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Array NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice ">1- Lumby
gait]) fvitiali doluittbiiin
Tkarsdar Kvcnlng, October its. ist*.
Kiver cities.
In a late issue the Montreal Star
points out the great advantages derived by that *ptj from the deepening of the cliannel of the St- Lawrence so 'as* tb provide sufficient
depth of water for ocean ships;
Situate on Canada's principal river,
600 miles from theses, Montreal has
rapidly grown in population und
commerce until it is now the largest,
wealthiest aud most important coin
merciul oity in the Dominion. This
position it never could have reaohed
without a lavish expenditure of
money iii improving tho navigation.
Originally the depth of the cliannel
was only ten and a half feet—about
two feet less than the shallowest
spotjn the entrance to the Fraser.
This has been increased to 25 feet,
and arrangements are being made to
have the channel still further deepened until it will reach 27 J feet.
The total cost,of these excavations
is 13,844,366'. The Frasor River is
scarcely less important to the western coast than the St. Lawrence is
to the east The cost of deepening
the Fraser so as to admit vessels of
all classes-would- not be noticed
along side the'immense sum spent
on the St. Lawrence between Montreal and the ocean. It has been
estimated that $50,000 would be
sufficient. The appropriation made
this year is sufficient for a commencement only, and we hope that
at next session the sum will be increased so as to enable the works to
be carried to completion. It is one
of the most important public works
in British'Columbia,
Packing Inferior Fl8h.
In a late number of the Seattle
Postv/e find an article referring to the
canning of inferior salmon which is
of great interest to the people of
this distriot The paper mentioned
declares it hus very high authority
for stating that tlie cannery men of
Oolumbia have been in the habit of
putting up considerable quantities
of what is lmowu there as fall
salmon, which are said to be inferior
to tha dog salmon, and Jt only (or
Indians. A gentleman from Astoria further says : " All kinds of
sore and putrid fish .are packed.
Some packers have compunctions
ngainst .labeling this pack aaColumbia
River Salmon, and place upon the
cum and cases fictitious labels,
while others with less conscience
brand them us Columbia River
salmon." This man's statement wai
repeated to a salmon canner, who
said j " I don't know but the man
tells tlie truth, for judging by the
contents of letters that I have received, they mast lie doing some veiy
rotten work over there. From these
letters you will see that it is known
as well in Chicago as in Oregon."
In a letter from Astoria toa Seattle
canner the following statements are
made,: "All the Columbia River
canners have been packing fall fish.
I saw a good many of the salmon
they: are canning on my way down
from Portland, and it is a fact that
they are not fit for human food." A
letter from Armstrong A- Co., wholesale commission merchants of Chicago, says j "The Columbia River
fall pack is too poor to: export, and
has got to be sold in this country.
Salmon is at the top and is going
lower, and the salmon situation is
going to be in no good position next
spring." If there is any reliance to
be placed on these reports they are
sufficiently serious to call for investigation and tha adoption, of some
measures that will prevent the continuance of such a dangerous and
disgraceful practice. Not long ago
it was mentioned in tbis paper that
the Board of Trade hod under consideration the advisability of asking
for the appointment of a fish inspector whose duty it would be to
inspect all fish put up for market.
We are not aware whether the packers on the Fraser have been guilty
of any practices charged against
those of Columbia River; but in a
season when prices are high ahd fish
scarce, the temptation may be too
mui&'for aome of them, and the disastrous effects will be felt by every
operator on the .river: It ia timo
steps wore taken to prevent the
possibility of such a thing, ahd we
hope the matter of appointing an
Inspector will not be loet sight of.
S Ckadwick, ot Arcadia, Wayne county, Writes! " I hive hnd severe attacks
of Asthma for several years I commenced taking Dr Thomas' Eclectrie OU,
The first dose relieved me in one hour;
I continued taking it In toaspoonful
dosea for a few days, ami have not had
an attack of It since, now nearly one
year";."
A new map ot British Columbia just
ismttl by the government, for sale at
T. Jt. Pearson * Colli .The best map
ntsttsmii »llB.-4<f».
at the Comjiimax offloe.   .Prioes pil! b«
found lower than at any other offloe in
the province.—Adv.   j
Canadian Psalter add Hymnal, with
and Oranvllle. *
kinds, «t T. R. Petrion ft Co'i,
3STOTIOB.
The Shuswap and Okanagan Kail-
t        way Company.
TAkK tfOTICB-THAT A GENERAL
Biectlnj of the subscribers to the.
capital Btock of tbe Company will be hold!
at tlto ofllce of Messrs. Davie A Pooley,
Lnngley Street, Victoria, on Saturday
the 27th day of November next, at 13
o'clock noon.
By Order of the Provisional Dliectora of
tho Company,
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
Dnted 17lh day of October, 1880.  docSSm
RopMrrp let.,
UNFURNISHED   BOOMS  TO LET-
Cornor Royal Avenue and 8U Andrew's street.' aoeifftS
NOTICE.
T HAVE AUTHORIZED MB. H. B.
J. Hhstlwoll to aet as my agent and to recelvo utl accounts duo me.
G. I.RISEH.
New Wesliiilnsler, Oct. 20,IBM.  doc21wl
Instrumental and Vocal
MUSIC.
1 B. DOAK HAS ARRIVED FROM
A, the East, and Ih now prepared to receive a limited mimber of pupils. Inst ru-
mental, 85 por month. Vocal,75c. a lesson,
strictly In advance. Apply front 9 to 11
a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. Corner of Columbia and
Churoh Sts. ocl2dlra
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
AaudlvMM haU of Lot Hm, 48, Block t,
'    pari er District Lot Hm. IM, la Uu
lily of Vancouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE 6F
Title of George Haywood to the
above-mentioned land has beeu lost or
destroyed, and application haa been made
tor a duplicate thereof;
Notice Is therefore hereby given that a
fresh Certificate of Title will be Issued In
Ueu of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause Le shewn to the contrary within
ono month from date.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New "Westminster, 37th. Oct., 1880.
- docTTml 1
Chilliwhack Farmers!
TAKE NOTICE
ALL ACCOUNTS WITH THK UNDER-
- signed must be paid In full
ON OK BEJtOBE THE III DEC, 18W,
as their Books will be put Into the hands
of a collector without reserve, during December.
They are offering the highest market
Srlce for Hay, Wheat.Oats.Bartey, Peas.
c; also, Poultry, Ecga, Butter, and a
limited amount of Fruits, Vegetables,
Hogs, etc.
Parties wishing to purchaso Winter
Supplies can do so with cash or grain, at
bottom prices.
Most respectfully,    ■
-*wno3ml HENDERSON BROS.
From Pole to Pole
ATKB'S Sabsafabilla has dcraoiwtniU-d  Its
1 power of cure for all diseases of tho blood.
The Harpooner's Story.
Jfete Bedford, June 2,1883.
Da. J.C. Ann k Co.—Twenty years ago I
wil a harpooner In the North Pacific, when five
others ofthe crew and myself were laid up with
scurry. Our bodiea wero bloated, gums awollea
and bleeding, teeth loots, purple blotches all
over us, and our breath seemed rotten. Tskslt
by and large we were pntty badly off. All our
lime-juice was accidentally destroyed, but tbo
captain hsd a amnio dozen bottles of Atib's
BarsapAbilla sad gave ns that. Wo recovered on It quicker than X have ever seen men
brought about by any other treatment for Scurvy,
aud I've seen m good deal of It. Seeing no mention In your Almanac of your BarsapaiHla being
■ood for scurvy, I thought you ought to know of
Dili, and so send you the facts.
Respectfully yours,   Ralph V. Wixuti.
The Trooper'* Experience.
JfaiKn,^o«to/oad{-S. Africa,) Mareh 7,1883.
Dr. J, 0. Ann It Co.—Gentlemen: X hire
much pleasure to testify to tbo great value of
your Bsrssnarllla.   Wa havo been stationed
hero for over two yesrs, during whieh time we
had to live in tents. Being under canvas for
•uch m time brought on what Is called In this
country l* veldt-sowe." X had those sores for
some time. I was advised to ulso yonr Bam-
pariUa* two bottles of which made ny sores
disappear rapidly, and I am now quite woll.
%w truly, .      T.K.B00M,
Troop*, Capt JTowsffd Rtfitmtn.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
from tbe system.
nunin bt
Dr. J. C. Ayw A Co, Lowell, Mm*
1871
GRIP!
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
CHEAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1886.
THE AIM OF "GRIP" Is to sot forth, In
In an Impartial nnd Independent manner, the passing events of Canadian political and fiodnl life. Ita Cartoons sp-ak
more definitely anil more pleasingly than
whqle columns of editorial.  In tills pun>
gent, easily appreciable, and artistic style
... 'mra subjecf* -■   ■   -■•—
  -eaTed ntael       .   _ 	
of Grip shown how well this fact Is appro-
of presenting a subject, thc whole situation Is revealed nt a glance.  The success
elated-Its Cartoons on tho passing political events of tho country being evon
mon eagerly nought ttfler t lum-the chaste
and humorous letter-press of the paper,—
though the latter is equal to that of nny
similar publication on thd continent.
The publishers of Griinvee making extensive Improvement* for 1888. The old
coverlstobo discarded, and tho journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned and calendered
paper,—every number being so arllstioal ly
executed ns to compare favorably with
the best papers on the continent. The
advts. will be compressed and more systematically arranged; whilo similar Improvements will be mado us to the letterpress. A new nnd hmidHOiun design will
adorn the titlo page; wlillo tlu. Cartoons
will certainly not suffer front extensive
Improvements In tho arttotic department.
Tlio price of -Grip will hereafter be $3 a
yenr, whioh la lower than, ihat of any
{>aper of its kind lu A mer lea-—most of
licm soiling for 35. Single numbers of
Orto Win belt) cents.
Twice a year,at Midsummer and Christmas, a beautiful Kpt-ulnl number will he
issued, ihe number of pages being In-
cri-nhed; and pleasing fealtirfcs Introduced,
particulars 01 wlileli will be givon In preceding issues. The-ie numbers wilt be
preseiiti-<l to subscriber* without extra
charge.
GRIP'S PLATFORM!
Humor without Vulgarity:  ;   -  '   ,,
Only »:i a Tear. I'ostngf Free.
Address the Grip Printing aiid Publishing Company, 20 and 28 Frontstreet, West,
Toronto; or leave your order with your
bookBcllerorotberlociil agent,        feH
British Columbia Milling and
mining Compan) (i^nutca).
JAtftHMVENf NO. §.    It
JGT&IB HEREBY GIVKN, that an
iy   Assessment ot ONE CENT per share
has been levied upon the members of the
above Company, payable at the Company's Office (new Bunk of British Columbia building, Government Street, Victoria).
The stock on which the above assessment remains unpaid after tho lst dny of
November next, shall from and aftor thnt
date be deemed delinquent.
Dated 28th September, 1880.
By ordor of the Directors.
W. MONTEITH,
dwoc&ml Secretary.
•jstoeth
o oiv'riF.A.aiT tr
Capital, $3,000,000;   Losses
Paid, $48,000,000
.-B-a-ta-tas-MasamcMm jMMM»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
SsT Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R, PEARSON,
tlocTIo (1). c. S. A P. Co.) AQENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
''   (*srjBA-ai,-sr)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Riaks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T.R. PEARSON,
<loc7lc        (B. C. S. * P. Co.) AOKNT.
aim
GENERAL
DEALER
COMPLETE STOOK OF
GROCERIES
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Clothing,
Hats and
AT COST OR LESS.
BOYS WANTED.
TWQ, SMART -BOYf* WANTED AI
once io sell the imlly l-otambltn.
Apl, M This OtMfc a-Mllltf
If ydii want Bargains,
CALL EARLY
4-*.JIy91t*-
•®*THAT*g#
WANT.
A New Map!
$1.25, -of thk- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED BY
fin ' J-*-—-CONSISTING OF • <-■,'    -''('.'
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheet*'
h ings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladles' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and  Cloaks.   •
The Mlllineiy is tlm fluent and largest Stook: an the Mainland. No
new! ttor'gd to.Viotoria.      iitSK tftnl     ''.:'■''       '" '■'..,'.,
I      DRESS GOOI3S in the iiew materials and shades for the seac**n..,
We. call attention to the famous SEA SERGE, which we
thave at Various (jrices—37£c, f)0c, 62Jc. and 70c; cannot be Spoiled by
rain, and even though soaked in sea water' or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL COLOR..   ' it,   •■„,..
{,    The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with Ties, Bra-
ces, Shirts, Socks, Ac., -*»"a new i,iw1 *«hionabie stock of
Men's Hats, &c.        late .-^  ■__- A v,
ilwoeSolo   , s r -,■ ,-,    -asX&Jsrj^t3-ZBM.
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
Tlie new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R. and extensions.
SUY A COPY..
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estnte, Insurance and
financial Agents,
NKW WESTMINSTEB' VANCOUVER:
AND VICTORIA.
POR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
'■  np2'tc
Just Received via O.
P. R. one oar-load of
Stoves and Ranees,
These Stoves are from
the. celebrated firm of
of E. **Sb O. Ourney &
Co. an care well
known to be the best
in the market- Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on oost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
way**,
E. S. SCOULLAR ft CO.
<IMlll)l« COLUMBIA STREET.
austin brjce;
Carpenter & Builder
Plant aud S-ieclOriilloiis for all,
kinds of Buildings care-  '
i -'"MV'-mtiMWU""     ''
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFUL-
y LyEXKCUTSI).^; fM,
All orders left st Octident Hotel, iii1 at
the shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention.. .Your fs*
vorsolicited." , ' ''.'       jo9to:
Z< SMITH,
'tin scaler;;'1
I' 8  NOW  PREPARfeb' TO   REMOVE
Night Soil, pry Riibblsh, elc.
- All orders promptly executed utreMolt-
«bl.nl«l. ni. •       7„ HM1TH.
..■'■■,■       docrllc >,'■■
REMOVAL.
RAND imOH. II AVE TAKEN OFFICES
on the corner of Maofconxlo ahd
Clarknon HlreotH, one blook above Columbia 8t, whoro tboy are n*»w preiiarw lo
kHonri lo luinljipiii, -OtrH\0
mm
HOUSEI
~$}£z-:'z------?t3
HAS. RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW  MERCHANDISE!
■ t*aa*B**iRMM*M
lH
__.
ALEX. HAMILTON
STPNE-CUTTiR,i
HAH SEVERS.!) AfXCCilJ-KrECTibN
with John iMm-Mmer,   of   Victoria,
and undertakeii to furnish
■     .'   .     j   '■:    '■     , v*i '      ' -■■*,
All kinds of Monumental Work
' AT REASOXA-RI-E RA^EH. *"    '
Also, takes o'ontraota for Masoii Work,
In all Its branches.]      ;      ti     ■».-,.:
' ARont for Helier'a Mihto I'cnterplereit
*A> RrackelR.
1*. O. Box 135, Now Westminster.
Uorlflto '
TO THE ELECTORS OK i
New Westminster. Dlstrlet.
\ti\ T\ a Ht] ^}^r{] fl rj* :~:>i; i
• GENTLEMEN ;Mt ttio oarncet, request
uf a lartr-fi number of the Elector!) of this
Distriot, I havo consented toeomo forward
aa a candidate to till the vacancy In tho
.Dominion House of Commons occasioned
by tho lamented death of yonr lute re-uro-
Hcntiitlve, tir. Homer. At an early dale I
shall* pubHra' my address and niake appointments to meet you at various places
througlio^'t t|ie .District for tlie*propose pf
discUHshig soiiic Imi-oi'tnnt mililte tffffs-
f-ions.
j    Your Obedient Servant,     ,
. doolfltc '"^ftoMA.-'i pUNNlNGHAir.'
PACIFIC
5
&
I      MANUFACTURERS ft IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery W^goM
8 Carriages,
JT0P Buggies,
■   Open Buggies,
Phaetons;
'•    i -i  Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,        ,,,,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVEUYTHINO   IN   THE
,yEHICLE WNE.,   ,
' We have a large stock of r most of
ttio alwvo articles on haml, also a large
stock of Wagon ami Carriage Uatoriiu,
Whtfta, WIhsUmI Harilwujf.
Bepalrlng. Painting I Irlmralnj
done at reasonable prices.
BUCKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implements maAe end repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Campi and Farmera, kept In Htock and
made to -.order.
Honte-8lioelnic and General
Jobbing:.
We alio keep, iu, u^oi-k to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel. Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Hthne'and Oit Shoes,' 'Harrows,
Iron and'.Steoli HftrrowTeetli, ('(image
Sprin-js and Axles, aud a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties roqufifiug anytliing.iU our Hue
-Will Und by inspecting our stock that
they dart redutro to go to Viotoria to
get wRit tiiey want, for they can get a
superior avttclt at a reasonable price
here.
We are also manufaettiring and selling
tliecelAfjM- . .!.'■  ;   m   7,
VICTOR  HAT BALING PBKgS, l
At i-educed prioes. It is the best and
cheapest Press in the market. i.
itWWe have got the bost workmen to be
bad In the country, and we Import nearly
all the stoek we use from tbe eaat-eouse--*
quontly we oan otter Inducement* to pur*
Clinton that we conld not hnvo done some
time ago, All material and work leaving
the shop will lw -mi a inn teed lo be Juntas
represented. Orders fmm the country
promptly nttended to.
iitnrtml REID&OURfHE.
—.
PEEBLES
■, liave received direct from Qnebee ti
large consignment of . •.,       *
SPRING   MATTRESSES,
THE MOST.pUBABIiE, ELASTIC, AND
'' CLEAN ABTlCLE
Whlcb Is manufactured. .Oan be lakea
apart and packed In a small space. doelSm
Mlic Works Department,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED   PUOl-OSALS,   ADDRESSED
to the undersigned at  Victoria are
again Invited for the delivery of
.   300 TONS OF KtBBLE STONt
at the Sand' Heads of tbe Fraser hlver.
and will bo received up to 0 n. m.or
tkHrsday the tsth last.     '     - • '■"
Stone to be delivered' continuously and
In any quantity up tn IOO tons. .',,'
The lo-west or uny tender not necessarily
accepted.
,, P.O. (1AMBLK,   ' >l'i  .1
1'- Englneer-in-Charge.
22nd October, ISftt. doc23td
if
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frt^ii'i.'" itnm
Oolumbia St.
in   :i.Vr .-   31ID»(j '
'..'iraino'i   ■ rj    luilt   noij
Tiyn.l
.■ircM
»w Westiainsttr, B. f.
rl-t to bo-aifoi
ifj :v.i
GOMIVIEROIAt,
IPRINTINQ
. ,    -i  iiO '•:.'!   sai-lB   Dili i.'. e.,m .„!
•   mdtt—itia iii I iiiiil -i
Re-Opening! j
J. S, MANSON.
rB*3i!
HAS OPENED A HHOP ON
Mckenzie .sfRfeE'K
l.itn 1. .. ;' (J      j :■ \       ||   .   ■   ..t
First Door tii the ijlflit from gotumbta
Street, and will have always on hand
J !* afull assort nion t-of
Foppign &
? A rWW? hr
'OunrKntWdlhllTcry.Cue.
li j.li.;i''?-1"fiii:,J-i1|ij ili'i
Confederation Life
'ASSOCIATION.
««»r»«le- fspHsl ...,irV..J :.»l,r
FullGbv'mHDepos^
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
n Ai'»bM*E"cbMPAN,Y,;jrr'
This. Association^ merits the
{confidence tlie Public is reposing in it from the following
FACT&C"-;   ":'.    ..-■'■As'-t.K
The Ht'cnrl-JK om-red to polluv holden Is
unsurpassed by any DompKnjdnlng Wisl-
ness In Canada,
It)mSn»Rhemnof Inaurunre, buttht
well-established lines, hence the polioy
holdersoontiot be misled faa to their contracts.
Its statemtfnta to the public can te readily understood, Ita cash statement show-
ina every Item of Income feud how expended, ■ •   '■''*
Its position isascert allied annually from
a dettiiled valuation In which every Item
of liability Is lueluded.   -    ..,- , .-•[>.,
Its protreia hM.boen unexampled In
the history of .Insurance In Canada,
IU policies are Indisputable aft«r three
years, and naWorfeltable after two yews*
exlsteueej^fT., •■ . . ,      .,..u
Its Monu. are distributed upon *n equitable Tiasls.   The proflta to ouo class ot
mpst^uusrsst^
melhoasffbrds Superior «ilv«nu..._
Ilie uniform bonus plu of distribution,
UbrnM'oUHWM u I* ■nMtaUfta*
j. K. M«ct*ONAI.D,
[j r   ■    lOnssintBimlor,
T. e. PEARSON & CO.
A-euls, New WestmlnsUl
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ascription
THOMt-TLTf s^tsWlfTStt'■'•■
-IN-'' '
FIRS1VCLA88 STYLE
BiirHeads,:;'( £|; *,wi;*
■■■' .CiroularjS,^;'!j',,'''!
Letter Heads,
! Envelopes,
|*i   on   Hu.*   Jil- . Mm ■ id Ill
Cards,
fosters, ;
Legal Blanks,
^how €ards;
I Books,
-    Iiliiu lil ■ .,!■  ■   j;        : '   ■      . .i
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored'
OUR FA0IUTIR8 KOR   ,  < v. :j ! r
J    ■!•]' ,'n'T    !■"/        ' Jj    *    .„..      iy|
COMMERCIAL PRINTINt
Are hrtayond those ol toy other tsUb
Mshment ou iho Mtlukud, uid our rrioe*
will, tots**** (»r»M|)!y wltk thew ,«jf,
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[gaito J-^t0h Columbian
Tkwsdar Evening, Oelolnr SB. 1880.
For ladies 8ost>MIS,(Mlk W«'
|Bon Marche. dooZGwl
It is reported that Hon. John Car-
| ling is to be mjdi gpvernorof <J^tario.
A line assortment * ot lidies' cash-
Kmere jerseys at the Bon Marche.
The finU'a**itloi.-ol Hats unit Caps
lill the city will be found at the Bon
I Marche. doc28wl
Among the freight toljadner's yes-
I tcrday from Viotoria was four tons of
|fraitl*wk£ sri" no *tabt2 tegmJ s
New styles in Mantle Cloths ior
I winter 'wW' how' bpeiiing at Jas.- lBl-i
|lard&Co'B...   j-u'Jg       dool8tj!.
The attention' of Rnglatld is' tr'eing
■ again called to Russian intrigues in
[Central Asia.
A choice lot of fur goods for ladies
land gentlemen may be seon at the
lBon Marche. d28olw
A fine assortment of Car-iet* and
■ Carpet Squares just arrived at Jas.
| Ellard A Co's, doolStc
Underwear at aatenisbftig lo+prlceFat '
ItheBonMarcho.
I business;
|Turaer
""Hnpoi
| creased by £12,380,000, nnd the ex-
|ports by £10,504,000.
The latest styles in Men's hard.and. .
Felt Hat», English and Amorican
docl8to
Isoft .      ..
|Ties, at Ellard A Co's.
lifter oontuitt*.
|and^'tjlM^i>W»Pl»*rW>!*   .
i muoh business as two formerly dii
Tong Singappearedinthepolice court
I this lnoriiingcliarged with selling opium
[ without a license.
The tea b! _
I from Yokohama,
Gen. Sir Frederick Roberts will sue
I coed.
1 manl
! Burmah.
Before deciding on the plan of yonr.
new house look over the latest architectural designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKensle st., and combine economy with utility
and beauty. ' ' -'■■>:   *" ^*a*V.sel3to
It is stated that N. F. Davin, the
noton<SU« Sucre**-* ot the Ohiune
commission, will be invited to become
a candidate for the. .commons .by tlm
     ltfttlj*i"inr iJili*   nUil'iH nn
Commons Election. -We aro author-
Id to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
in the field as a candidate .for the
.tin thc House uf Commons rendered   vacant by the death of our
lato| lamented representative; Mr. Homer. ,.-..,,-.,    . dwoc25tc
11 - . ■ !—^*-r—. '■—'—
Mb. Jno. CiusLTON, M.P.—We
understand that this . distinguished
member of tlie Canadian houso of
commons will arrive in thia city tomorrow, and has consented to deliver
an address iii the Drill Shed. Ladies
and their, escorts will be provided, with
ijssorved seats. ' Wo hope to seo a full
Iiouse. "'
Fkaseh NiviaiTiON.— Mr. John
Charlton; M. P., delivered on ablead-
dress to. a large audienoe in Viotoria
on Tuesday night. Among other
thin(»i|**> referred to the importance
of improving the navigation of" that
great artery,, tbo J. Fraser River," (nd
the harbor of Victoria.   He pointed
2 Jr\i .Bit the difference between the appro-'
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN' priations made for, these places and
those made for' places in the east
where tbey were lew needed. In the
Colonist's roport of tho address we observe that all mention of .the Eraser,
whicli Mr. Charlton designated a
"great''artery," 'was omitted—for
what reason we do not pretend to say.
 *.+	
PurmxtArttts—Tho pupils of the
Silo public school went to tho residence,, of j tlieir late teacher, Mr. J.
Irwin, ou the evening of the 22nd of
October and presented him with a* Very
handsomo dressing case together with
an addreis wliich spoke in the highest
terms of the able and efficient manner
in which tbe sehool had been conducted
during the last lour yean and of the
kindly feeling Axiating. between the
fipils and teacher. The presentation
is made on behalf of the pupils by
astei- E. Moorhoiise and was briefly
replied to' by Mr! 'Trwih. Although
Mr. Irwin's services aa teacher have
beon dispensed with for tlie present,
he is not forgotten by tho people, who
still hold liim in the highest esteem
and aro not' backward in reminding
that he carries with him the good will
aud respect of almost all the residents
of the town in which he Kos resided
witli hifi family for over four years.'
icense.   attiwpmsa-Wj jaatoaeBt'-j**»inadejyeite:**y .'«■>*&-. -JK>ck. ™ ™ ,t*u.<*ifroj:e,lt»li'»d:
:»icsSort*S^ '^^^^^^^^^^^
Frederick Roberts will sue
(the>te .Gen. ^enhmsyn as cqjnr
ifler'of the Army of Occupation m
peoplil
A telegram from I'ort'AHhur.'diitid
Tuesday, reports a very severe storm
on Lake Superior, and the steamers
Glasgow, Eureka, Neff and Pride of
America wrecked, r J tat rtm ,t.
n addition to our new stock of spruij
. luvvfi, jopeiied.. Uk Jnvoico
and-'fach '*)Wm-»'.'-'IWaIlli*>thl
Model Tailor. Hubibt Walsh, Manager. . -      . ■   ap21tc
A letter from Naas River says rain
falls on about tiv» days tk jw-euk; i ttMc
rainy season is not expected to set in
uq»fMihh^rto,llt,!:
country.
Though numerous cauaes Iria'y opfer&tfe
to turn the hair gray, all that is needed
to rAwri tte -lutonl 'color'is Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. For
more than twent^yHn*- ,V*WWW
been enormous, but we have yet to leant
gHI*«M.»*»*..-.*.  ■•"'•■
On Saturday night baggageman
Scot*' *ho was comftgi-i on UM trairt
from the west, was arrostod fop auiug-,,
gling whiskey in from Brituih Columbia. Six bottles were found in hia car.
The prisoner was brought to Calgary
in custody of the police and lodged in
tho barracks hm.-*e«y*ry Despatch.
An elastic step, ta^»jj*M.
clear complexion, arc eattdiitViSm.
desirable results of pure blood. The
possessor of healthy tllBwl haa his faculties at command, and enjoys a clear and
I"1* »"Wlttlia"(|lt'-h " «"P0Mil,1°
wh-fl-WUiWW'lilavyand sluggish
with ImpuritileB. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
the''l>«'tt^!purM.rl;Bli*''ltitil*
kn0Wlli    ,f.«lifl'm-M   '- Jlr.'risillrlll'l '-.IS *
River iMrnovwiEimi.—Tho snag-
boat Samton, Capt. Grant, came up
rtoiW'«lW*>*Hi-MHK1ot'*tit-- WWWftff
herrittoWnWy-tarlng again .oati-* «,.
der. Tht captain reports work M ,i*nt
progressing very aatisfaotorily, a re-
cent blow having broken up hia raft*
sis.-'va^jsuK,.-
with suoh a cheap tnd effeotnal remedy
•.OtlBtJSfjw.iA»fr Gallbby.—Th^ old
photograph parlors on Columbia
Btreet, opposite tbe Colonial hotel,
have heen thoroughly renovated, and
prestBe'iibw » very ^attractive and
business-like appearauee.j The proprietors are-.Meisrt. Thompson and
BovilL Mr. Thompson is a young
gontlemsn who has recently arrived
from the $»t, where he wus the.-proprietor of a'large gallery. ' He' comes
with . .highest recommendations as
to character and as > an, artist, both
fron\, ,tj-e'' prejs ^hd- privato par-
ties, and will we believe be found- a
good citizen. The firm have imported
new.;, instruments, '.backgrounds,' .and
all the accessories necessary to make
fint-chit rwork. They are prepared
'to give anyone a perfect fac simile of
himself m.heraulf, from miniature' up
to life si-je, and to doso at eastern
prices, a fact worthy of consideration.
We nave no hesitation in pronouncing
s'ampleB of'their Work whioh we have
seen equal if not superior to anything
bat is produced in tho province;'and
e bespeak for them  plenty of busi-
'*"-■    i^Q^iiJ^iff;
New TmeTOHRouig.—TlioToron-
' —or—
New Westminster District,
GENTLEMSN.-As a successor lo yonr
late representative In the Commons will
soon have to be elected, 1 hereby announce myself a candidate lor the position.
I purpose publishing an nildress ln
which I will give my views on the most
Important questions arroctlng your Interests, ana will visit the dltlerent settlements and address the eleotors before
eleotlonday.
In Politics,tarn aniwttt leTnonouon-
LY INDEPENnENT.
Yours respectfiilly,
T, J. TBAFI*,
>dwoo25te
•-'^    ui ualub, U.L.,    . .1,1. vilwn in wi rue,,..
toGMeof,% ?2nd i^L.savs:^ Th^ James Phegaii--'' The ohicographyion
**" Ipe back  was in two different hnnd-
made between tho Grtnd Trunk and;
the Northern Pttcitio rajjways' ior tlie-
building of tho Ontario tnd Sa'ult St*.
Marie Railway, the completion of the
Northern Pacifio system to Sault Ste.
Marie,.and tho building of the bridge
over, mo Sault on the charter granted'-
some yeara ngo. The line, as contemplated, will start from a point on tbt
Midland near Atherley and thence
skirting the Muskoka Lakes, run On to
.nearitht Mouth of the French Rivw,'-
Where'a series of small bridges from
the main bank to some islands, and
from island to island, will enable them
to cross at a comparatively small orst:
From the mouth af the French River
the road will run a few miles from tlia
shores of the Georgian Bay until
it roaches Sault ' Ste. * J Marie.
The Northern Pacifio is already approaching tho Sault, and it will not be
i -Wnj* eie that point It reaoh«*L It is
t *>id that the necessary oapittl it rridy
for tliis project, which will place .the
Grand Trunk in a position far ahead
of any she has previously occupied,
making her with the Northern Pacific
!t great transcontinental road. It is
said that tlte terms of the ' agreement
were partially negotiated during the
recent visit of Sir Edwaad Watkin to
ShwirtWii Rosl*mW*iWSiiiiir-
day afternoon the American tug
Mogul arrived in port from the Sound
nnd cleared for the scene of the wreck
of tho ship John Rosonfeld. She had
on board Ooptil Baker, master of the
Roseflfeid at tile timo sho was hauled
1 bn the reef by the tug Tacoma, and a
.*iumlw(MitiM:.<A^!'nii-*n'|*VMw>t.*'
ing the owners, Some Bros., of Bath,
Me. The trip wis made for the purpose of obtaining'thb beatinirs of the
stranded vessel and other informntion
to b« tmbmitted Is "evidence J in th«
pending suit for dKnisges against- tho
riwners of the tug Tacoma, 8160,000
Tieing the ambiliit sued for '• It will
be nsenbered that Soule Broa. wore,
theVoii-MiAIJ the ship Thrasher;
wrecked in British Culuinbia waters,
through boing towed on 'Otbrinla reef,
and out nf which grew the. celebrated
Thrasher esse. Since that event Soule
i jBriC*wu*r"d (lotkllow their vbssBln to'
Is, rSwod'by'tllly other than- Amirioati
tugs, the Inst being the ship John Ru-
senfeld, now lying on East Point,
LuJ**s*»iI}'iBd. j .The part; who went
up WW** Mogul report the ship us
lying easily and to all appearances no
, i,f brse injured by her long rest on tho
rooks than at first. The gentlemen
Who porehalied iho' weetA tnd < cargo
will make anothto tlteiipt to tow her
off on tht Mth Ittt., when there will
ibe aJavortble high tide. It ii. oxpected'that this trial will place the
vessel ftWIo Inore In her natural element, B»d that, she will be successfully
docl'od''lh  V-ctiirit dr   BtiiuimlWiH
^"^'•r^ri^wo\,,nm,-.u,'i.
For the Commons.-- Mr. John
Kirkland authorises us to state tbat.
he will be a candidate for the vacancy
in the Dominion Parliament caused by
the death of the late Mr. Homer. ' \ -\
, 2Qoc-d&wtc
Personal.
Mrs. J: C.MoL&gan came down from
Matsqui to-day on the Reliance.
Bishopgl-ootensaiidD'Hcrbomezand
Rev. Bother McGuickcn came down
the river to-day.
Hon. Mr. Justice McCreight and
Mr. W. N. Bole, M. P. P., were passengers by tho Reliance to-day.
Miss Emily Grant returned to-day
from a visit to Upper Sumas. She
came by stage over the trunk road,
Mr. Thos. Mowatt, Inspector of
Fisheries, arrived home to-day and is
looking none the worse of his voyage
on the briny.
Case, of Forgery.
- J. J. McDonald, alias McDougle,
appeared before Capt. Pittendrigh, J.
P., this morning, charged with uttering and disposing of a forged time
check of the 0, P. R. company. It
appears that McDonald, after endeavoring to get the paper cashed in several Btores, on Tuesday evening, went
to Mr, William Ross's boot and shoe
store ahd offered it to tlie proprietor.
He was told that if he would get Mr.
Fagan, agent for the railway company
in this oity. tu endorse it, that it
Would be duly cashed, to which McDonald waa quite agreed, and left tbe
store immediately to hunt up Mr.
Fagan. He returned iii a few minutes
with tha agent's name on the back of
the check, and after receiving the
face value in Roods and cash went on
his way rejoicing. Yesterday morning Mr. Ross discovered the forgery
Mid left for Port Moody on the 10
o'clock stage in pursuit of the forger,
who'had gone over au hour or two before. Sure enough he came upon McDonald then, but while discussing
ways and means with a magistrate of
getting him arrested tho bold forger
gave Ihem tho slip and could not afterwards he found, anywhere. Last
evening, however, in1 an, accommodating manner, lie turned up in
this city, when he was arrested by one
of the C.P.R. detectives and locked up.
When searched at the jail anothercheok
was found on, him similar to die ono
passed, off on Mr. Rosa. A* to the*
forgery it was of the clumsiest description and the check was a very unlikely
looking document. It waa endorsed
"James Faggin." Between the christian and surname was a huge cross and
underneath it "his mark"!! There was
also1; written on it, besides a scrawling
of dales, &c, "This check is (dl right.
j causes .every fibre, uf the heart, not
! vitritidii-hY siri, io vihratti in m:it!iict?c i
| Bympatyy.-; V-^'Ui'VoHstitute-j tlje bum
j artd venire uf every well* ordered -home,
.winiher our thoughts and feelings turn
Mien bur feetarn wem-v with wanderings and our heart's nick with disappointments?*' Ah, is it not the I6lr-
in-> mother, whoso teachings, praym
and influence ai*e often like an ir-visi-
blu cord restraining ua from evil?- I
say to the selfish politician, that'noble,
pun.1, God-fearing und find-lot-ing wo-
min has no equal in this world of liu*
niinity for capabilities fur doing good.
Beware h**\v you sneer at sucfi philanthropists; how you speak lightly of
their gratuitous labors; how vou hinder them in their efforts to rescue humanity from being engulfed in the
maelstrom of conniption, crime, misery and death. It-will he a glorious
day tp the human race when woman is
restored to all the legal rights, to
whipli ahe is equitably entitled. The
exact degree -of uur civilization is indicated hy our reverential respect for
pure-minded woman nud our hatred of
all that luida to - the opposite, Uive
her thn franchise^and hid her wear it
aa a memorial coronet for all the future.   More anon. Wm. Kknt.
3JB9S-
k Efficient
In all caiei of Brooobtal t_ „ ^TMmw-
Diiry   Affection*  Is ATia'S CSDBT
I'ECionAL. Af such it Is recognised and
istm nln-'J by the mrdksl profession, and
hi many thousands ol families, for the
past forty years, it has bi**nregarded as an
Invaluable household remedy. It Is a
preparation tbat only requires to be taken
In very small quantities, and a few doses
of it administered In the early stages of »
cold or cough will efifect s speedy cure,
and may, very poMfbly, ,#- **"-   ""
is no doubt whatever cast
Mr, O. Ringing, Heuinsvillo, writes:
"A customer who tried a liottle of Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
says it is the best* thing he ever used; to
qUotu his own words, 'It just seems to
touch the spot affected." About a year
ago he had an attack, of bilious fever,
and was afraid he -Was in for another,
when I recommended this valuable medicine with such happy results."
merely the dupe of some smarter
scoundrel. The face value of the check
waa forty-eight; dollars and some cents;
•It was dated iri - July fttid looked as
though the prisoner hod carried it iu
hia pocket all summer. He was committed for trial.
Woictaa Suffrage.
Are good mothers competent to take
an active; part iu suouriug the purity,
happiness, prosperity, and futuro well-
being of society >
Wliat doea the world owe to such
women? What do w6 owetotherttI
Take away all the noble men who have
been made such by good mothers and
.what is left to ub but a barren desert,
a waste, howling wilderness of. humanity. Still iUrthet romove tlio noble
producers of such men, and what remains? A -pestilential hot house of
moral corruption—a pandemonium of
debauchees aud red-handed assassins.
In all the relations of national, social,
and family life her influence is great
and is the preservative salt of social
life. But ill no relation doea a good
woman as mother exercise so deop an
influence as in that of tlie infant mind.
Her smiles excite the first roBpousi'S of
the affections that Bpring up in our
hearts, She cherishes and expands
the earliest germ's of uuv intellects.
She breathes over ub her most fervent
devotions. Sho lifts our tiny feeble
hands up heavenward ns she teaches
our littlo faltering tongues to lisp in
faltering ascents .Our Father who art
in Heaven"—that all-oomprehensive,
inimitable prayer, that wo nover forget.
She watches over us like a guardian
angel; nnd -protects us through all our
helpless years, and When no longer
able to follow us in our wanderings
Bho Often beseeches heaven to send n
protecting angel* to encompass> our
path. Mother! what nnme ro endearing, so touching,-- the first to lisp, the
last to forget! Mother! sacred term,
comprehending all thu human relations
of humanity, body'mid soul; relations
giving rise to thrilling expectancy only
realised in suffering; nolatioiu originating ceaseless anxiety, watching, ond
toil; relations cemented by affection,
Urn purest, the strongest,,the. most
lelf-sftcriticing, and self-consuming
known to human nature. A' mother a
love is the Clod-given passion of hu-
fianity, and thc only one to which the
►ivine Being can compar.- his own unspeakable interest in un. "As one
whom his mother eouiforteth, so will
I comfort you.1' W Ita t mi man love so
pcuetrating, so cgnablu. i,vf laying under contribution all th* - uohler nttri*
butsiof Us objt ct; what son-thing care
.jio ilieviattng; what human sympathy
bo 'sustaining to the iltrn-fgliug soul
whose emaciated I u*ly "Is '.agvii'i-etl hy
fatal difienso, at thai nf a f< ml ihuttten
An sffoctionafce ni'-llu-r * dewn, tender,
constsnt, clinging and unyielding love
 ifgl
this Afternoon's Despatches,
SiirtlMt to lhe <'iilumitlfla.
Milwaoksk, Wis. Oot. 28.—A limited passenger train on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul road which left here
last night at 10 o'clock was derailed at
Rio when about 3 hours out ami wan
thrown into an old stone quarry. Par-
titulars.are hard to get hut it is admitted
by gonSral agents ofthe company In this
eity that one coach and three sleepers
yere- wrecked and t> et 6 persons killed.
Physicians left this city on thc early
train hound for the scene of the disaster.
It is now reported that out of ten persons
who occupied the passenger coach 7 were
killed. A gentleman from Chicago and
2 children from Winona are the only
ones sated from the passenger coach,
Nouo-of' tbo occupants of tbe sleepers
.were injured. Nothing has yet been
learned regarding the number wounded.
Kngineer Heart, at first reported killed,
was only slightly hurt. A passenger who
was "On - the wrecked train says the
scenes after the accident were harrowing. The passenger coach, which he
says contained 15 or 20 persons, was telescoped at' both ends and the fire and
smoke'that enveloped the wreck prevented the. Imprisoned and injured passengers from escaping. Passengers from
the sleepers gathered around the blazing
cars, but they were powerless to lender
asaistnnou. Men and women eould he-
seen tearing their hair In their agony for
a moment, and frightful screams issued
from the death trap. Ono heavy woman
in particular, he Hays, toro up one of the
seats with almost superhuman strength
and endeavored to break her way out of
the flaming car but her strength failed
her a^d she fell to the floor and met a■
horrible death. Oulj three persons escaped frotirilib dar, Mr. Lowenbach Bays,
a man and two children. A mon was
observed as ho forced his way through
the ventilator on top of the car with all
his clothing from the waist downward
burned off and' hit flesh roosted and
bleeding. from cuts inflicted by. broken
glass. Every one .of tho wrecked cars
was consumed.
London, Oct. 28.-— Rev. Hugh Reginald Haaweis vicar of St, .Jaint-a' Episcopal church, Mailbone, was announced to
preach to-day in the city temple, the:
congregation of winch Rev. Joseph Parker is pastor. . When the timo for beginning the, services arrived Mr. Haaweis
did not appear and Dr. Parker announced
to those assembled to hear Mr. Haaweis
that the bishop had forbidden him to
preach in the city temple. This statement was received with cries of "Shame!
shame!11. ■- '   .
r Mr. John Adams of New York'died
suddenly'-whie delivering a sermon la
the ^falplf of the 'Calvlnlst chapel id
Beaumaris, Wales. Hia ailment was
heart disease.
Paris, Oct. 2*1—Morris lleuhardt, son
of Sarah Bcnlmrat haa fought a duel with
LauloU for the exhibition of a painting
ridiculing his mother. Laulois waB
wounded.    ;     ,-.
■Vrtl-iiX^J ■
A M Hamilton, Warkworth, writes:
" For weeks I was troubled with a
swelled ankle, whieh caused me much
pain and • annoyance. Mr Maybee, of
tliis place, recommended Dr Thomas'
Kluotrio OH for it. I tried it, and before
one bottle wns used 1 was cured." Re-
ware of Electric or Electron Oils, as
they-sre imitations cf Dr Thomas Eclectrie Oil
Has preserved tbe lives qf grest numbers
of persona, bynrrestlng the development of
Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia.
and Pulmonary Consumption, and by
nreiof thoso dangerous maladies. It
tne cure or tlioso dangerous i
should be kept resdy for u
family whew Wn sk cWWi
medicino fir superior to sll t
the cure
use ta'-svei*.
 Jrtn.uftfss
... superior to all others In the
treatment ol! Oronp, the alleviation of
WhooplngCough,snd tbe cureof Colds
and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood sod youth. Promptitude In dealing with air diseases of fldi
elsss is of the utmost Importance, The
loss of a single day may, to many esses,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious time in experimenting .with
medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the.
mslsdy Is constantly'gaining a deeper
bold, but take at once tho speediest snd
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
mi PRKPARBD BY
Pr, J, 0 ■ Ayer & Co., IoweU, HMe,
'   Sold by sir
r IMtNUERS.
Perstr, Adelaide*.from up-river,Oct. 27
-Mrs Kipp, Mrs Chrpinnn, Mr ami Mrs
MeNoll, liej'iiolfls. SlmiiHttn, MUler, T
On njlloguiBK Chad sey, WellH.Oorvie, Al-
derHOii,"7lnn"oek, Dnvfs, Melrose,ItawH-
scin. Mofl'ui nnd 80Chinamen.
Per str. Roliance, froiiitip-rlvor.Ont.as
—Miss Kay Templeton, I -sister of st Ann,
Mrs.rC>MnUffnn, Justice MeCrclitlit, Vf
X llnli!, Blsliop IiOotens, Bishop IVHer-
lioini-z, Rev Kfltlmr MeOulekln, Jns Stott,
Tavlni-, MeVey, Myron. Rlclmrds, V O'-
Tiuiell, Min, Coxeiis.ofapcoek.MeCanii,
Hiimllitm, .'mly, riukorton, Beverly,and
other-!*-. ■ ■■
Much distresji and sickness In children
is caused bv   worms. -Motlier Graves'
Wor-m Rstermlhstor gives
moving the cause.   Give it
Wllel by
re-
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The confederation ure..
The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. ■ The faots revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiuniB which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has1 declined to embark, upon extravagant
methods of procuria'g,husMws, the working expenses jf thecompany, bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is tho fact that the interest
income is sufficient to pay the -death
claims--which in a company of the ago of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud .of.-The asats and liabilities are
set forth in. minute detail, and the tables
show that, after mnking allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
©very debt, there is a surplus of $282,199
over liabilities ■ and capital. combined.
The increase in iho assets in thc last year
was §200,390. So much for what can be
dono by rigid adherence to. what the
President defined as the true policy of
tbe Company, vizi—'-To keep its balance
sheet rjghfc and avoid unnecessary, un*
ir vise; or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—-Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson & Co.
aro agents for this company In British
Colnmbia. mlfltc
Whitk Bron/.s Monument*.— White
Bronze Is a comparatively new substance,
and has come into large use, rapidly, for
Bpecial purposes in this country. It has
been found to be so well■ adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who ate making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
these companies, it has been found that
the material will stand exposure fpr an
indefinite period--it is practically indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive and,unchangeable, it is stated'
to be ?qual to gold, silver or platinum,
, and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments arc cast from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against tha
work' under a high pressure of steam,
wliich cuts thb surface, but doea not adhere to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on this bronze is indistructible by
the elements; It cannot he dissolved by
water, aad- air cannot penetrate. it, although tho film Is so thin as to he immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place.*—Roston Journal ofOatti*
merce. Ohas. J., RObson, New- West-
minster, is agent for ttie White Bronse
MonuinecvS in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
other. :    ,. ft-ny-fil*is
TDK WEST MintK FOK BMTlOlfcUL
-The Great Illuslraled Brllish CoIsm-
bln Edition. AniU»ri>lTB<>W0Bhaud
sl T. K. Pearson 4 Co**., sale agents for
Ibe MalnlRMl. at as els. each, i SOOTe)
■ Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 ets. per
set at T. R. Pearson & Co.'a, *
A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T. R, Pearson ft Co, 's  ool 7-^
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ov
P ury Sunday at 11 A. si, aud 7 r. «. in
the 'Church, 'St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Senta free, all are cordially Invited.   Sunday .School at 2.30 P, M.
(fo28tc) 	
MKTHODIST CHURCH, Mary SI,
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
in. mid 7 p. m. Sunday Sohool and
Biblo Class 2:30 p. m. Prayer.Meetlug on
Thursdays nt fl p. m. Heats free; strangers
cordially invited. :..   je"-w.
TJAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Bobt. Len*
tj nto pastttr; mectH In the Court Kbuse.
Services at li a. Si. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School and Bible (Mush at 2.30 p.m. Prayer Mooting Thursday evening nt S o'clock.
Strangers cordially invited. apltlte
JS       UlVlON LODGE No, 9, A. F.
*mW\f * A/ IH.--The regular Com*
jt X m,,t<loutioiiN of this Lodge are
/^■"T \ held on the first Monday hi each
month.  Sojourning brethren nro cordlai?
Iv invited toattond I X>. WILSON; ■': I
/e23-te Socretary.
ESTABLISHED 1875.
The iitTest Shore
For the itrthihco of 1K88, IMudhtg* the
innminolli bollihiy nnnibi-i', to nil wbo
hi'bw-'ribe'lioW fbr 1SS7.
With the Jhtmnry Imshc Till? WKST
SHORK Will begin Its twelfth yoar. ICvory
number contains original llhistnlkmscir
scennry, toxvus mul Industries ln Uie I'u-
ei lie Koribwost.rtumllUK in oxc«16ncc the
bout. pi-udiu-tioiiH of Knstern idil**^icltie<
Thiv ciintrlbuled arltcios- cenuritl Htera»
lure and stories arc pnti-rliifnlnRanrt cni-o*
fully edited, making Lhe ni-iniulm- n
chaste family visitor. The comments on
'".'■■nt.-. of Interest to this rci;lou nud the
large amount of Information comornlng
our varloUs resources ajld the progress of
ilovolopmont given in evory number ren-
il-'i- ll ■•xtronit'ly vuhmbli1. Nofumil) can
iitlnMtodo without Wi, mitl worjr nncft-
iiaiielnllv lawWtcd in ihe I'noltlo North-
westbrdoslrOUs of lonmlng Its resources
will find It Invaluable. .     . ,
If the subsorlptlon -jirloc (8a per year] Is
sent In now you will bo entered tor oB,
and tbe remainder of \m will bo eonl as
n promlunl.
L. SAMUEL,
.atllibJ,    mFroutStreet,rortlntiU pr.
BOY WANTED.
A^.rlNteUGENT  BOY  WANTED
to learn the print lug business. Apply
at his offlee,   . dauCTfo
D. DRYSDALE & Co
ARE NOW   SHOWING  A.
Very Extensive Stock
•NEW DRESS GOODS
In all the Leading Materials and most desirable Shades, with
I a Kew trimmings to match
Plushes, Rosary Trimmings, Metal Buttons;
Chenille, Etc., Etc.
S5T .Our Goods were all purchased before the recent advance,
consequently our prices have not advanced and will be found, as
usual,-the very lowest. ,
New Goods now open in all Departments.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
ii dwnc6t.fi       ;. ' 73 Columbia Street, N.*v^./.,
JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD & CO.'S
, '  ;■        A FINE ASSORTMENT pF
MEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Black and Colored
;    .Silks, &c.    -
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, &C.
Millinery $c Mantles;
T AKTnniCT UftTTCIT'    No. 125 antl 1-27; Cor. Columbia and Marf-
-AtaUMtl nUUDC, streets, Jfeui Watminimy-'- Arstt-l'l
BON  MARCHI
(LATE  &.  "LEISER>
Having purcr-ased the Business of Mr. G. Leisef, wc now offer; at
,      aconsiderable reduction, the entire stock, consisting of:  	
Press Good§.
Saxony, Welsh &tirey Flannels.
Domettes*  Sheetings, Cottons*
i   Prints. Ginghams, Linens.
Quilts. Towels, etc*
Fancy   Wool   Goods*
Ti-inimed ana Untrimmed Hats.
Feathers. Wings and Flowers.
OENTS' CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR & HATS.
BOOTS' and SHOES.
Dressmaking on the Premises. .
H. SHADWELL & CO.,
-lociitt,- New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
kELLY IROS.
TtTHiJ HAVE VtiU MANY YKAfcS SUrntED THK WK8T END \VITH [
»y,,  excellent Bread.ontl superJorOrooories have jiist p^ijoliaficdMr. \VUHe** ,
hose at the Bakery,.lately o.\vaed Ijy F. Kimble, on Columliia Street, and will keep
thcitwo houseu open for tlie accommodation of the publio.   They engage to utipply. .
Goods of the very Iwst derserijitum and at tlie lowest possible price,.
* «** (i oods delivered to sll parts of thu City free of <%rgs.
dao29tc.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Li
";'"■'■'.,;   '''.''htPOBtkrts ani) uBAUmsiN.. .|u:r- ..-r'    .'Umni
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL MSTiniMEIItS
Sew We»tmlr»»ter   Vancouver A Victoria.      , Hhtilg glritish Columbian
Tk.raiajr'Krrillllll, Oetmtr as. IMS.
—■—i^^——
Tbe Big Horns.
MR. FANNIN'S UTE HUNTING EXPEDITION.
From the Colonist.
Two animals, the bighorn or mountain sheep (mltmontfina)wA tho white
goat (aplocerus bolitmbianiis) which aro
now among the rarest of game south ot
the 49th parallel, are found within tho
limits .of UritiaUColnmbia-in incredible numbtni jThe i-ange of the two
animate" is uiaost identical. Throughout thVCastues and mountains of the
interior, both are found occupying the
sitme mountain peaks, but tlie whito
goat extends his ramifications further
westward than tlie bighorn, intact, the
true habitat of the goat ia along the
rugged peaks of the couat range. .
The mountain goat ean scarcely be
called a game animal, and muscle and
power uf endurance are mure nquired
iu nadlrlng its habitat than skill as a
hunter in stalking when the game is
sighted.
THE UllillOUS,
on the contrary, is one of the wariest
animals known to hunters, and the
sportsman T»ho, after a hard day's
hunt, comes into camp with a head of
one of these animals strapped tu his
saddle may consider himself lucky.
They generally go in bands' of from
ten to—two oir throe hundred, and
when feeding or resting aro always on
the alert. Facing in every direction,
these sharp-sighted brutes scan the
landscape fat miles, and at the first »p-
pearance of Sstrarige object tlie warning is given and without staying to investigate the cause the whole troop
start off at a rate of speed which leaves
rery little chanco for a successful
chase. But it very often happens,
whore hunters ore out in different directions, the sheep run into instead of
from the danger and thus tlie ganio is
captuwd. Until a very short time ago
the opinion wujisld by eastern sportsmen- and naturalists that'tho white
goat was almost exterminated, and
even at the present time specimens of
this animal are very rare jn. collections.
But British Columbia, amid the fastness of her rugged mountains, nlong
tlie shores of her inland channels and
sounds and inlets, holds many a surprise for the sportsman tourist, and in
respect to the abundanoe here of this,
mountain goat "{.will record the following facta:
Lost April, a well-known Squamish
chief who lives about about a mile
above Moodyville, Burrard Inlet, called a number of tribes together for the
purpose of giving a potlatch, and on
tliat occasion there were given away
four hundred white goat skins and six
hundred Indian' blankets made from
the fleece of tlie same animal. For
the manufacture of one blanket tlie
fleece of one good-sized goat is required
which would give-the number of skins
at one thousand. These were all procured in the neighborhood of Burrard
Inlet and Howe Sound, and within
tlie last three years.
Sonic time ago a party of gentlemen,
consisting of Messrs. HTS. Bishop and
Wm. Harriman, capitalists, and Prof.
D. 6. KTIiot, naturalist, all of New
York, arrired at Burrard Inlet bieavine
a letter oiTlntroduotion to the writer,
asking for information respecting the
most favorablo localities for procuring
specimens of bighorn and' mountain
goat. For the pursuit of the latter
animal I directed them to the north
ormKf Burrard Inlet and advised the
.Simukajrtten district for bighorn, and
aftef aa urgent request from the party
I actontfanied them on this latter expedition.
LEAVING NEW WESTMINSTER
on the str. Reliance we proceeded to
Hope, where an outfit of twelve pack
and five saddle horses had previously
beeu arranged for. This outfit was
taken as far as Allison's ranch, a distance ui '■ sixty-six miles, where it was
found necessary to discharge it, and
engagoilndian horses to take tlio party
from that point to the hunting grounds
and bacle to Hops' Inm sorts tbat I
cannot praise the , mannor in which
either of these services were performed. *This was ia fact tho only unsatis-
facttotyflftrt of the trip, and it might
be as well for future sportsmen fitting
out for a trip over the same route to
exorcise the greatest caution in procuring suitable animals for the journey.
The time occupied by our party in
reaching tho hunting grounds was ton
days, ...The distance Irom Hope is 104
miles -and -the trail is pronounced by
the party as one of the finest they ever
traveled and 1 certainly see no reason
why this distance «ould not ba covered
in six days witli a moderately loaded
pack train/ *■,* '
I forgot to nicnt'im that through the
kindness of a geutloinan at New Westminster the party was furnished with a
letter vf introduction t-rMr. J. F. Allison, owner of tho well known Allison
raurii,;: f*iinilknmi*en. We were unfortunate, fiaugh' in meeting that gentle-;.
manTHlIopeon hiBWfry to*Victoria,
for had he heen at home on our arrival
much of our trouble in the way of procuring trustworthy Indians might have
been avoided. Howover, the party
were very kindly received|" by Mrs.
Allison, to wSose advioe and -isistonce
they were much' indebted. From Allison s the trail led down the Similkameen to near the junction of the A shallow, where a ford was made, thence
along the valley of thd Ashaiiola to
MoW'Ari-iuMio, distant f Am Alli-
sort^-t2nrile».rj;
MOUNT AH-MlH'HO        ;
compared with the snowy peaks and
storm-swept crags which surround it,
might," porhaps, be. more properly
termed a hill, though it holds its head
at no in*i|lk|a-**iit all-vation above the
level of ths sea. with the exception
of ita wooded ravines and a few park-
likejtroyes of spruce, Brand aspen, it
being one vail pasturd for The innumerable herds nf game whioh ocour in
its vioinity. Our camp was pitched in
a buntiful grove on the margin of a
park animals were brought. Nearly
all this country can be travawad on
when a band of sheep were sighted—
and we wore all supplied with Held,
f-lasies—-the horses were picltetfid and
the hunt continued on foot, .or, what
wss oftenor the case, on our hands and
kneei.
On our way in we were told by the
Indians that wo would be one nionth
too early for tlie great gathering of
tho rams, which usually takes plaoe
about the middle of October, and that
we probably would seo very few. This
information proved to be correct, for
during nur itay on the mountain (lix
days) I do not think we saw more
than thirty or forty, while bands of
from ten to twenty-five ewes were met
every day, and one band was seen
which Mr. Elliot estimated at two
hundred. The rams were generally
found ringly or in small groups of four
or five, and always in some diflicult
and out-of-the-way place, where the
greatest caution and skill of the hunter had to be practiced in reaching
thero. We killed in all fifteen animals, six of which were rams. The
meat was dried by the Indians, and
our party allowed them to use the
horses in packing it down to their
houses. .-  '
. THB NUMBER OF DEER
seen in this mountain was simply astonishing. Go > which way we would
from camp, droves of from five to ten
were every now and then started. Upwards of seventy-five were counted in
one day, one band of which contained
thirty-five. Our party shot only four.
as we did hot care to burden our
horses with too much meat. The
mule deer (cariacits macratis), the one
found on this mountain, is muoh
larger than the black-tailed deer of
the coast and Vancouver Island, an
adult mulf weighing from 2^0 to 350
pounds.
Three species of grouse were met
with on tno hunt, viz., the dusky or
blue grouse (tetrao obscurm), Franklin's grouBe (eanace Canadensis Frank-
Unit), and the white-tailed ptarmigan
{leyopus hucunni)—the two former in
great abundance.
For the benefit of those whohavb
never hunted bighorn, and who may
contemplate a trip to theSimilkamSen.
I might say that much of the snobHnfr
will be difficult; that is, there will be
up-hill and down-hill shots, and scross
deep ravines, where it is not an easy
matter to judge the distance on the
spur of the moment, and few shots
will be had within two hundred yards.
The bighorn is also au animal of* wonderful vitality, and a well-directed
shot front a hard-hitting rile is always
needed to bring one to bag.
THB SCENERY
along the: Hope trail is very grand,
and with the exception ef a light fall
of snow which overtook us on the
Hope mountain on our way out (Oot.
8th) the weather throughout the trip
was msgmficent. My; companions
expressed themselves well satisfied
with the hunt, and I certainly found
them muat agreeable company, and
sportsmen in the strictest sense of the
w«rd.
lately Pure.
This powder never varies. A raarvelof
purity.Htrciij-tli and wholcKomeness. Moro
economical than the ordinary kindu, and
cunnot be sblii ,ln. ■oompetHlbri with ths
multitude of low test, snort weight alum'
or phosphate powders, i Sold only ln cans.
Royal Baking Fowdkk Co., 106 Wall Bt,,
New York? '.". Itfely
Card of Thanks.
W, D, tfEIfftlS, Esq., Agent Travellers
..    Insurance1, Co,
DrabSib,—1 have to thank you/or tho
promptness with which your company
settled my claim fdr indemnity In consequence of an accident sustained hy me
whi lesnrveylnK »t English Bay.
. Faithfully yours,
doc53wr       *dHARtE8 B.. WOODS.
Why Slie Hated Him.
. "I used to think Qus Simpkiusou
was a real nice young man, but I just
hate him now,1' said one young lady
to another.
"Why, what haVlitf'done ?,"
"He's treated me shamefully,
That's what ?"
"In what way J" ■
"Why, the othor evening at the
party I said to liim, Let's eats philo-
phene, and if you say ' yes* or ' no' to
any of my questions, you'll owe me a
box of candy, and if I say'yes'or
1 no' you'll. give ine a box." *
"Then wMtf •
" After the party he took me home,
and all the way there he talked as
sweet as could be, about love alone,
and all that. And when we got to
the front gate he said, ' Fannie, I
have waited for this opportunity a
long time. Will' you -.marry meV I
whispered ' Yes' id a low voice, and—
and—",- Here, hev sobs choked her
voice.
" And what did he do then?" inquired her listener, eagerly.
" He~-juitr*-hdttdir,Bd—* Philopene!'
with all his might;that's what he did."
Aud she wept afresh and would not
be comforted—Merchant Traveler.
.Somo of .the, gold and silver orca
from British Columbia, shown in the
mineral court, have also attracted
much attention of late, hnd there is
reson to hope that the exhibition will
lead to further inquiry and investigsi*
tion in Canada, with a view to investment in the mining of some of tho
deposits which the completion of tlie
Canadian Pacific Railway has made
easily accessible. Connected with
these exhibits is the demand that has
arisen for refuse containing gold or
silver, such as tho "tailings" from the
mines.--Canadian Gazette.
A Goon Showing. —The Increased
thrift of the British peoplo is shown
by tbe postoffice savings hank returns/
At the «nd of 1802 thero was little
over f8,500,000 ttt the- credit of depositors; but the balanco of such savings in deposits aud stook last year
totalled nearly $225,000,000. This
huge sum is held in amounts of 91,000
or less, au-i is tntirely «-wned by a
class (f people whose deposit!', would
not be handled bythe ordinary ranks.
Vau;auu Household Maxim. —.
Impress tipou your wife that early to
bed and early to riso is ihe best motto
for a 'woman- to live up to. ■■ This' will
insure you a warm bed at night and a
hot breakfast in the morniug.---Judge.
The Great French Remedy, Dr. he*
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, aiid
from those only whicli are known to act
upon the Generative Oman* in Venules.
Tiiey are first enclosed iu,:: an Airtight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate. Ask us tot private circular.
A. tf. HriAiNo-ft D. S..-CWIW-*£*»•»
New WsJn.i.uJler; T. .Wft-Hi'Kt
ntSr'sLanding; 'ft. MdDowWMJ-b?,: varf-
couvcr; Pimbnry ft Co,, Nanaimo; T.
piokard, Dcntnau Island; A. K. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus; R. B. l-Uohardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney ft Bro.,
Voi.eouv-tt-ariil Ka'ni|outt,SdMng4X|ftft(
Mill Co., Vancouv&V^WvVe-aOT
Drug Co., Vancouvor; J, B. Lovell, Yale;
W. R. Mcaaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
^ttMitMflM£',
wholesale ftgfetiw, VwtrWW. vTTfn*K8yI
PUBLIC j-flGHWAY.
New WMljmlnBter Dlstrlel.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thot tt
j\ public highway la hereby established
along the southern boundary of Scot Ion
9, hlock 5 north, range 7 west, nnd having
a width of S3 feet, measured to the north
of said Mention line.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lund* it Works.
Landa ft Works Department,
Viotorin, RC\. October 2uth, 1880.
doc23w2
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN thnt application
I will be made to the 1-eirlslntlve Assembly of the Province of British Columbia,
nt the next session thereof, for an Act to
Incorporate a company for the purpose of
constructing, managing nnd maintaining
Water Works at the term 1 nut point of the
Canadian Pacific Railway on Conl Harbor
and English Buy, nnd for the purposes
thereof granting to the said company the
Brlvllego of taking wnter from Capilano
reek, Burnaby Lake or other suitable
points, with power to the said company
to build flumes, aqueducts, Iny pipes, erect
dnms, ocqulre lands, nnd do nil other acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September HOIli, 1885. deOto
tf£Atf§£«tt
Port Hammond Nursery!
VTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
J\ your orders-. If you want some of
those nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc.. fiom Ontario. As I return
nbout the middle of June to settle up my
affairs there and come out this full with
the stock for my nursery here, nnd will
select and bring your orders rlxht nlong
with me for this full and next spring's
planting, I will satisfy nit both as to quality of trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here ln the business so you will know
whoro to find me. All communications
nfter the middle of June mny be addressed
to me at Bowmanville, Ont., orto Carleton
* Harris, Port Hammond.
G. W. HENRY,
mySBtc Port Hammond P.O.
Teuphme Call No. 6.
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
atitnl Hdist!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
MINDBOM'H BLOCK, OoluniWn SU
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has cstabllabed
himnolf In the Cltr of New Westminster with n FIRST-CLASS
00VEEED jjOARRIAGE,
Which U «pca fur Kagagcjneata al
rery n-sdrrale Charges.
Orders left ntthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will he promptly attended
o day or night.  Slnble next H. Elliott's
JOS. GATES.
Telephone No. 3IJ. mylte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
' Furnishes nil Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS i&ENCY,
D
0 YOU WANT TO BUY OR 8ET.I- A
Business, lake a partner, etc.
PICKERING & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between bougies
nnd Brou-hMin, VICTORIA, B. C. F.O
box 0-11. mli37
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and llotall
Wood and Goal
mHE HUBHOIHBEIt HAH ON HAND A
' largo quantity of
BEST WELLlVfiTOX LUMP COAL
k  ; =.-,.-*, ...     ,
And an nssortment pf
CORDWOOD,
Whlrti'hp *W sol* nt lowest rotOB.  Ho.
will nlso promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders loft ntMr. MoColl's storo on Columbia stroot, or at my housotiDoliKltts
stnffiSjII meet w'tli prDinpt fttontlon.
HENRV ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. C. JlylOto
PRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, B. 0.
mil lOt c ,	
*    IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE OOMP'Y.
1 Os.ii Broau St. and 16 Pall M*li,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOB INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buililings, Qoods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor orr Dock, and the
Cargoes of such vessels; also, Ships building aud repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and lrcluid and In Foreign
Countries, •'
FROM 1088 OR DAMASK BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-ei.60Q.OOQ. BTG.
Kates of Premium and every information cftu be obtained on application to
W. I). ABMSTBONfi,
Agent for Now Westminster,
m
-PRACTICAL-
i!
Hu just received for tlie Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWEIRY
GENTS'
BOLD & SILYER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss Oold Watches
from 825 to $55,
ladles Size American Stem*
winding (Iold Watches, at
$32.60.
RBMKMBKR-We do not sell "fllled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold,.
Our goods are guaranteed just as represented, and prices tower than any
other house in B. O.
COLONIAL TSL0CK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
deMo
The Colonial
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER,
IMrORTEK AND I1KAI.EH IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The Froncli Lenoir, Uaod)ear, Pink*
erlon, (Jochranc, CmiIIi I Co.,
Armes liolden and Slater.
Boots and Shoe*.
r ADIBB AND UKNTI.BMBK ARE HE-
lj speotfully Invltorl to call and einin-
rHo the stoek.
t hnve nlso on linnd tlie
(M OT< H-C ANADM*, LEAtHCK WATEI-
TICRT K1EIJ R*OT,   ,
Which now takes the place of glim boots,
Jy-Bto.      Mr
PIONEER
Fish ^Gamj Store!
■VPI. H. VIANEN
HAH A6WAYH ON HAND A OOOD
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
'  &AMJffi XXT SJUASON.
DF.AIjBB IN -HCINB~AND ,PBl,TBH!i
I'lirirlrusos will he rlnllverorl In any part
nf flic Oity free nf trhnreje.        il-Jlylllyt
m MK«i«ffil:T'*1        ALBll0»l
Sewing Machine!
WIARBLE WORKS
JA1IKS FISHER, Proprietor.    ,
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, «o.
5 Persons llvini; at a dto(0»ce. *iy aeudlnl
a description of what they wish, can have
designs, prlees, etc., furnished on application. AU work guaranteed, equal, to any
iron the Pacific Coast, and nt reasonable
trattis.' J-N'B,—No agents" employed.
M Gordon Street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Churcib
-i inhl8te
tar GOOD AS ANY MADE.
SOLE AGENT KOIt MAINIiAND.K
; c.j.^oiBspisfj"
At the New. Fruit and Confectionery
Btore, Opposite Colonial Hotel/ N*W
WcBtmiiiHter, B. C. Jly38tc   ;
TESTIMONIAL!
P~tti}Couver, 83rd June, 1SSG.  .
MR. G. ttOBERTSON, .
Vancouver! .*
RcprcBentlng Gtddle A Mc'CiiUoDh*
. ., ,'   QaU,Ont.
piH.—We the 'nmlerslenwl-'hftvliig'Wlt-.
nessed tho terrible tire which .wiped out of
existence, the young city of Vancouver,
on the lllth Inst., hnvo, after the tire, ex-
ninined the safes sold, hy you, nome of
which .were put to the moat BRVcreteat,
Imvlne been snrroimdcd ity lar-ji! nimnti-
tles of lard and bacon, and ,\ve ure pleoiicd
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every Safo sold'hy you-preserved
its contents, not only book* and papers,
hut also thousands of .dollars Ih paper
money wero taken our In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly tiro proof:
It. A. 11 ami]ton, for tho .Canadian Paolfle
Railway Company: M. A; MnfcLeari-,
Mayor; John J; Blake, Hlipcndiiiry Ma
gistrate; Rlch'd. Alexunder, Justice of
tho Peace; John Boultbeo, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of thc Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.:
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
It. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Eilson,
Royal Hotel: • H. F. Keefer, Coutruclor,
C. hR,;J. W.,'MeFiirlndd, Poll Moody,
to Vancouver nnd -English Bay; VkHut
Innes it Co., Real Estate Broker*}; A. W.
Rosrf, Real Estate Broker; Gi'ilvely A
Splnb, Real Estate Brokers; R, U. Pdr-
gusou, Mgr. R. O, P, mils.-■ ,,,   jopoto
Importer and Dealer in
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D McPHADEN,
Doanu'n Jlrick Block,
' NRW WE8TMIN8TKB, B. I).
mh4
What Phtshiahs Iav Amur thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment hy Ahsorntlon has for mine
time been recognised hy Medieal, Men to
he the most simple ami efloetunl means
of conveying to DIsensfldOigMis, "Curatives," but in cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thoreon.RUftcoSsful
treatment was practicably Impoulblo until tha introduction of ihe Starr Kidney
Pad, It costs less than a single proscription aud ts Immeasurably morn dveMm
and effective thau ami quantItyvf internai
Medmnat listing. Worn Immodltiloly over
the scat of Disease, its curative pi-opertles
become absorbed liy the disc wed and en-
 _  ._ jyt__. ._    	
fcebled Organs, cout I mioiisly nml dlroctl;
 '   7 '-'  lirnthfllrhca
inr.- It 1scon
. ,    uleitsHUtin IU
efll'ctH, and euros when nothing else can.
 „  iimisly nml itlrootly,
.„ required to InSnro In return their healthy action and original vigour.- It 1s comfort-able lothe patient-ami]'1
efll'ctH, and euros when notl_.__„ .._.	
Tho Marr Kidney Pad noeomplTsh^ positive, decisive results. A more valuablo
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases vtasneVot mnd*.—MwUehlQtwtt*
TH* Hlnrr UMmej rto, mnnufactured
hi Toronto, U it jHTinaiieiit, sure euro for
diseases disorders nml ailments of 'the
Kidneys, Bladder nml urinary secretive
systom, or attendant complaints, oauslng
pain in the small of the hack, sides, ete.,
producing urinary disorders, strait as too
frequent, scanty, dlOtaiilt, painful or copious micturition,Jnabtllly of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms',
otc.idenntlng the'prose iicp In tlieaysltm
of dlsBiises common to the urinnrv secretive organs-known ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder nnd passages. Rrlghfs disease,
diabetes, dropsy, pile-}, nervous debility,
tie, Hend for pamphlet to I,AN(H*KY A
CO., Wholesale AgAts, VlototW R«aff
ed by A, M, HKUHWfl And D, B. CURTtS
A CO., Now Westminster; T.MoNKB-
J,KY, I*a<l!ior's Lnndlng: ll. McDOWRLL
*CO., HASTTNGSHAWMII,1.CO.;THB
VANCOUVER imuo CO., Vancouver:
W. E-Mf-CAUTNEY A BRO., Vnncouver
ttildKaiAloops; H.ll,r,OVY,ht, Yftl*« W.
It. MKGAW, Priest Valley] H. CI,A|Ik <fe
ro.*, Ifnmtnops, ifwiHRfl
johns: cox,
Importer and Dealer In '
INOl.tllJlN'a.  .
WHITE LEGHORNS,
LANQBHANQR,
White Crested Black Polands,
Fo-wl
Fit Games, H*uit«ns.
tiled at low rates,
te Crested Blaok Poland■.
Guinea Fowls,  lUnan Dnelu,
Willi* P«|tl« Pnokt.
«tS.Dirds and Eggs suppj
and all stock guarnutee-f.
Boy»l Avenue, East or DMglw St.
,-ll inhiltc
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
(J. Vf. TAjtTE, Masier.)
WILL^tpAVrE SEAT^L^t^VBrV,
ThiirwVyHernlDg nU o'clock, for
New Westminster anil Coal Harbor, via
Art Townsend and tho Islnnds; arrives at
New Westminster ou Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterward^ loaves COAL HARBOR Prt-
day mtghf'to-rSeflttlfe; ,
.ran) to j^lie-v- '..'....„9i,0:'
-     I'relghl per ton,, ,.'... 4.M
Special rates tOiinerolmpls,   ,     aplOto
A Private College I
, ■   i  ■        ——■ VOK-.—
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
tllU, BBOPENEfl AT    I
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA,B.C.
-^ON— .
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.
THE    BUILDING   HAH    15    LARGK
Rooms ami ts woll ftirnlshed with
register grates, bath rooms, ic, Ac,
Excellent opportunities for alt kinds of
healthful exercise.", Including boating and
bathing,    ■■,..'■,, i
Pupils will be mado most comfortable
ahd their geh*ml welfare cnreAiliy considered.      ■<■[,' ,
A COMPETMT STAFF OF INaTMICTMl
will be maintained,*
Excellent facilities will bo allbrdcd tor
i ust met ion in KntfOsh, < emmerrlal,
Olasslcal and Modernlaagungf) Subiects,
with Instrunrulal Music,
Application Forms, Kefcrcnces nnd full
information furnished hy i
REV. V. J. BBKNTON, H. A.,
NEW WWTMINSTBB,
June 9, im, ■     dwjlyaito
*t0lj$?te£
KONUHENTE
mKB UNDEKSIONED HAS hEEN AP-
I    pointed nucMit In HrlllH), Crlunilila for
Uicho bouuUful mciutimontiT, Full purllc-
ularsttnloprloerrund derilgna on Bppllca-
Mon. CHA». J. ItOnsON,
Atthe PrultatnlC'onrootlolinrTStoro.op-
ponlteUolouinl Hotel,Now WMlmliuter,
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hm JjutEewived ,
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
,   .   A Urge Quintitj of
Hoys' und Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cut, o[ Amorlon
FELT    HATS
'   Alio, » (oil line ol
GENTS' FURNISHING fiOOSS
1 — i»E hoVitAis—■" '■  ';
Ike Beit Aiiarlaent In tkeaktr*
lint M«r exhibited li He*	
'   ■ WMf^lt-MtWil^-' ' - '-*   r->
l^«--s«: 6-r-tXt-BiB
■   At I-oweil PomIHo Prim (or Cmo.
•Cnll Uul, and Ndu ,f«r MmlU>.
I Columm (nnr tn. Im t, I. C,
CQUJHUASTREET,
N«wJr^^jnst«r»fl;C.
<   —tstromrtsa »w> oiaum'ih-
Statiohefy,
ttmisB
a,
Magazines,
etc-j
J.rl'.
The Largest Stock on the Main-
laji-l,,mi. ^ecopi; ta. .q>o ,.' ,.
House ,1**:, p-itish,riC;p-t.'   . '
lumbia.
I—SOLR AQftHTS
mm & PRMTEfl
On tie pr.mU»4, u nwtly tnrj eie»pl*y
•« at anjr other eitabruhmeat io Uie
Prottaee.
t-ifiKSstTA  FOK	
ConMmtiM LHt AtturuiM Ct..
Worth Britiih and Mirouitlle Fin
Iniuranot Co.
IT Agenta lor nntJtUiaaa -■■ hon
ns ui Bnsiuve? us
■•^•■l; - "fffi - f-T^Mnffir i'.efm^'i
SHirnxo iiciint,
HIM, SHtnLW,
mvssmun,      .'•'"
,- CVIWS WM www.
imm.ttm.mn,
0BDUB.«M«(n.
And aU kladi o( Blank Bwkt mi Blt*k<
romaoo.hajfid, ,, '
 AU tht, UadiH	
NEWSPARHIS
•■^wstffPW
tor anjr PabUoaUon at owert ratta,   ,„, .
[I m, W. Imp«t #*4)-IWb*IPWl>tBo*l
tn«*-%t^t-imcrt.r|MM«aH-44rilljrllrl*r
M*MM*-:<
T.B. K
Hem.  Worttnlnt-tw '-^$*

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