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 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
City Scavenger  Zed. Smith
$*ulu glritteh dolambinn
Friday ^vttSfnt, Sevemger IS.
Onr Telegraph Connection-
Winnipeg is nearly two thousand
miles djstapt troia J*ew Westtnin-
st-jTjVet the telegraph operator! in
the -prairie, city and the operators
here satatlid *oile 'another yesterday
over,, the, wires, and in future the
two cities will lie in daily communication' wiili eacK other. Thi« wonderful triumph in t(*legropliy is ac-
I'omplishecl hff repeaters being placed
at Donald, at whioh office messages
for the east were previously received
and relaid.. The effect of this is
greatly to facilitate the despatch
of business. Messages from this
province fpr Montreal liad formerly
to be repeated five or six times before reaching their destination: now
they are only repeated at Winnipeg,
This also reduce! the. expense of
transmiision. Since tke opening pf
the Canadian Pacific lines we understand that business in the province
hat greatly inoreased, and when the
Postal Telegraph Company-gets its
wires in working order a few months
lieiicej and a large amount of Pacilic coaat business with the east is
relaid on the wires here, New Westminster will, have one of the largest
and most important telegraph offices
in the Dominion. The staff of operators required will range from 12
tn.20.
The Sen ol Mountains.
It is curious and interesting sometimes to trace the origin of words,
and ho1 less' so'tii investigate the
source of expressions which sometimes come to be household woi-ds.
How many doten times, for example,
have we aeen Mr. Edward Blake
dt*_Q_ince*t liy Britiih Columbia
iie^'spa'ptii's' imj' by poll-iciaris who
were more concerned about party
tlian* about truth, because on one
occasion lie referred to Britiih Columbia iii a "Sea of Mountains."
it was known to many that this
expression" was not original with
Mr. Blake, but this fact was carefully hidden because it was effect
and not truth that was being sought
after.' Lately Mr. Blake himself
referred for the second time to this
matter, and from this and other
source! tho following facts are obtained: In the well known book
"From Ocean to Ocean," written by
Principal Grant of Queen's University, who doted gfe iecretary to Mr.
Sandford Fleming on his transcontinental trip, the following is said of
Britiih Oolumbia: "The greater part
of the mainland is a sea of mountains." Again, in Mr. M. St. John's
description of Lord Dufferin'! travels
in Britisli Oolumbia, it is said that
one might with perfect, truth speak
of "Bute Inlet as a sea of mountains in a gale of wind." In hia
"RcpWt of Progreis," Mr. A. R. 0.
StlwytyF. R. j_.,.F. 0. S.,speaks of
the oountry from the banks of the
FnWer to the *aterihed as "a veritable ise* of'mountains;" It is singular that an expression so often repeated in so many different quarters
should so long stick to Mr. Blake aa
a cause of reproach and condemnation while all the rest escape without reproof. •"• "■•■
"™':%imifirri.' '   '
In a recent issue the Nanaimo
Free ..Press returns to the gulf ferry
business which. it discusses at some
length anil in a.much more, model'-,
nto time tban aome df its cotenipor-
nries .have done. Our cotemporary
finds fault with some remarks made
by the mainland presi on thii question,, and intimates that .they are
inspired by jealousy. Perhaps the
press of the mainland might experience a feeling of jealousy if tliere
was really any danger of the C.P.R
terminus going from the mainland
across the gulf, but its we believe
there is liot a "shadow of a shade"
of probability pf such a thing, then,
can be no ground at all for jealousy.
And if the scheme now defined by
our Nanaimo cotemporary had been
the uie proposed by Victoria papers,
they vhuW have avoided the foolishness which haa made them the
laughing-stock of the mainland. The
Victoria scheme was a railway ferry
ffihti, Vancouver or Port Moody.
Thi!'ferry wu to be big enough to
take the cars right on hoard at the
Hitnard Inlet terminus and carry
thM away 75 or 85 miles to Victoria whore they would arrive without the pMstM-gert ever knowing
that they had left the railway track.
Then Victoria waa to he called tho
Pacilic terminus of the Canadian
Pacific Railway! The scheme was
not always confined to a railway
ferry'to* Victoria. Sometime*- for
the lake'of variety and novelty, it
was to go no further than'Nanaimo.
Oars at Burrard Inlet were to go on
board the ferry and be taken to the
Blaok' Diamond city, i distance of
malt *ftiil#a*> trickAnd proofed to
Victoria. Under ..this, scheme the
Nanuiino-EKiuimalt Railway waa
regarded tui » i*rt of the tt,'".. R,
and" Viotoria *»» to to'culled the
western ttrimmu. Thii was the
.wtonw flrst proposed, but tto folly
of it "Wiving tocome cdtlKfiidtinu*,
the Victoria papers have lately advocated nothing less than u railway
ferry direct to that city. The Free
/'irssnow defines «.ruilway ferry (for
the present at least) as n steamer
ting;Tegul»rhrsbetween the-iotviai
lway terminus and Nanaimo.
'iTiere is nothing ridiculous about
this. Indeed it is a very sensible
proposal which wo have no doubt
will be carried out. There ought to
be traffic enough to maintain a
steamer on that route, and passengers by the railway would then hsm
the option of going to Victoria by
steamer'direct""or by steamer to
Nanaimo and thence over tho island
railway. But thii is not a railway
ferry at all: it is simply a steamboat
servico between the termini of two
railways.
•;■ Mt-      lllll   e-gBB-t   ■_
ill-fitting boot, and shoes cause cores.
Holloway's Corn Cure is the article to
use. ' (let a bottle at once snd cure your
corns.
MR. ZED. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER.
rtfesriPOOtS AND YARDS CLEANED,
\j and Chimneys swept.
Orders may be left at tbe Hardware
Store of Mr. Cannlngbam, Coiumbin Bt*
Monumental
ALEX. HAMILTON
LOME ST., tfP. COUIT HOUSE,
IB  PREPARED   TO   FURNISH   AI.L
kinds of JfftaaBuitU Work.
Specialties in Bootcli Granite aud Italian
Marble.
Rough imd Fine Stone for Buildings.
Agent for Heller** oraaaealil l-Usler
w«*.
Designs seen at Dempster's Shoe Store. *
P. 6. Box 135, New Westminster,   dnolric
FOR  SALE.
fhevStf-j^lidys"
fpHlS WELL KNOWN RIVBfc 8TEAM-
X' er.weUfottW ond lnpeiSpt running
onler, Is offered for sale iisshtfaowsUinils.
the part teu lm* apply to     J
W. B.-TOWNSEND.
N. B.—This would be a fine chance for
farmers to form a Joint stock company
and buy a steamer for their trade.
       . dwnollml	
1TOETH
co-j^^-A-isr*^-
.'••■*W*-:... " -
Capital. $3,000,000;   losses
MID, 148,000,000
t:_iiu»u«ii«a taow
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
_ar Risks promptly taken, and. Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R.PEARSON,
doo7-e    .    (RC.a4P.C0.IAflBKT.
Wm. Ross
Brills Columbia Wiling ina
Mining Company (Limited).
has
AwwasiiHnr s: ». ,
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that an
..   Assessment of ONE CENT per shnre
as heen levied upon the members of the
above Company, payable at  the Company's Office, Langley Street, Vletorla.
The stook on whioh the above assessment remains unpaid after the 1st day of
December neit, shall from and after that
date be deemed delinquent
Dated 12th November, 1886.
By order of thc Directors.
GEO. A. SARGISON.
dnol5td      ,,_ ■ Secretary.
THE  INSTANTANEOUS
IN9H9 & STAlM
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
.*■ ■-  ■
Stains,- Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
I. C. STATHNOY «. iWTINO Ct.
New Westminster, Vancouver A Victoria
.diyno-JjIc .
-isro-riOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thut 30
days after date we intern! making
application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands nnd Works for a lease fnr timbering purposes.of the fallowing described
lands: .     . .
TuactNo. 1.—Commcnolnn at n post 40
chains east from A. J. Cotterl's southeast
corner state (Elk Bay. Johnston Htraita),
thence south. 40 chains; -west, 80 chains;
north, 10 chains; west,40 chains; north,
20chains; -wwrt,fl-flchains; north,wcbnlns;
oust,41 chains; north,*) ehains: west,tti
chains; north, 20 chains; eiu-t,20 chains;
north,20chnins; east,2u chains; north, 20
chains; cast.iM chains, tlienco south to
shorallnepfGlfc Bayi thence Inasouth*,
westerly direction to W. P. ftayward'e
clnlm; thenee following around said
claim to Saywaru'H southeast stake on
Klk Bay; thenee -followlnK shore line to
Cotterl's northwest corner post; thence
'along Cotterl's south and east boundnry
to place of commencement; said tract
containing 131)0 acres, more or less.
Tract No. 2.-Cnmineiiclng at McNn-
hernle, Northeast corner Nodallas Channel, Thurlow Islnnd; thence North 2|
chains. East 20 chains, North 60 chains.
West 40 chains, Nortii 40 chains. West
40 chains. South 140 chains, to McNa-
hernie, North boundary line; thence
Eofitalong said North boundary to place
of commencement; said tract containing
800 ncres, moreor leas.
THact No. a—Commencing ut u post set
on shore line of Thurlow Island, Crawfo.d
anchorage, Cardero channel; thence
South 40 chains, East 80 chains. South M
chains, East 40 chains, North *)chains,
East 40 chains. North 40 chains; thence
westerly to point of commencement, said
t rant containing 720 aores, more or leas.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
■Per.W.i T. A O.
dnolSml
New Westminster, & C,
loth November, IW.
A.H.V.
IVrP'Q'-''- Vigor cures boldness.
J\ X XUX\ H Hnlr Vigor restores youthful rrt-r-imcj-s und tolur to Mod and grny
lmlr. It atlnim then result* by tbe stlra*
illation 'of the hair rout* und color glands.
It rejuvenate* tlio tt a tt> snd cleanses It.
ltrcatorea to Uio-"All* that, either by
n-iuon of njjii or dlmttt of tbo scalp, hss
become dr)', linrslt and brittle, a pliancy and
ttlaetty silken loftncBH of extreme beauty,
Tliere Is no dye lu Ayer's llolr\TJfl fYD
nmltliu_good Hdow.lsliytlM TlWvi^-
it imparts to ibo follicles, snd lie clean-
liiivM and litsHlifulneis of the condition
In wbk-li It nmi utn im tiie scalp.
A V"I7!>ȣi Hulr v-iw kw*-1 the hair.
2\ X XjX&s O'luir Vigor Is the Wet enre
kiuiwn for Unshy Hslr, fjculd Head- Itching
Humors, Tetter Sores, Torpid Follicles, and
ull other dlscsses ot iho scalp thst cause
the fulling of tliu tt a T"p nnd Its Aiding.
iKotMng cleanses HJ-VllVof the nuisance
of dsnilrufl. so perlw-ily, and oo tfftctually
prevents Its return, as A Yin's Him Vioon.
In addition to Um curative and- restontlff
virtues pccnlUr to Ayer's Hair TJTfMfVll
lt*U a toilet luxury. Tlio Hair- W,*«V*T.
In by far tlio cleanliest lulr-drs-wlng made.
It cauics tho lislr to grow thick and long,
aud keeps It always soft and glossy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Contains no deleterious Ingredients, Its UH
(irovents all scalp disease, secures against ths
lmlr Krowiog tlila or gray, and surely cures all
-...Une*-. that Is not organic. . > * '
rnEPARio it
Dr. J. C. Ayer -ft Co., Lowell, Nmi.
Sold hy all Drug|IiU,
-tPmAjSJL-lOtRm
JUST ARRIVED:
$15,000 STOCK
From the principiil Uouaea of Germany,
Frurne, Greet Briteln, tit. United'
Stolen and onr great Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
Boot) and Shoes, (rain soe upwai-dB.
TeltA Sabher Goods I Yum-Tuns
of all kinds.
ladles' I BeaU* Slippers for Ximu-
the loveliest ever aeen.
81 lines of ladles', Hisses' t Children's Boots. -   -
WM, ROSS,
<.«-lMlal Betel Black, ColunMn 81.
dtraolSte
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
Gil? of New Westminster I
IMPOBTANT ,
Auction Sale
—OF—
CITY RESERVES
":■'•,.;  iJJ"n-4**D-r ,  CS\   !
GARDENS.
Ar PUBUC AUCTION WILL TAKE
place at the Atricullnral Hill,
in tlie City of New Weatmlnater, on
Saturday, 27th Nov., 1886,
At 8 o'cloek in the evening! when the
following lota will be aubniittetl to public competition, in . accordance J with
"Laml Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendment! thereto, via.:        j      ,
GOVERNMENT OEFICE GAM-ENS.
Block A.        , ■■:
Lota Noi. 3 aud 4.
Late Nee. 13 to 20, inoluaive. ■ r
VICTORIA GARb^NS-Blook B.
Lets Noa. 3 to 0, Inclusive.
Lot. Noa. 8 to 1«, J   ••
Lota Noa. 18,19, 20, HO, 35 A 311.
ST. PATRIOK'-I SQUARE- Block D.
1    Lot. Noa. 4 to 8, Incluaive.
,      -jotejj<ie.ipto3ll,   •>   ■    .
ALICE GARDENS-Block K.    ...'.'
Lota Noa. 0, 8, » and 10.      '
CLINTON PLAOE RESEUVS-Block t
' Lota Noa. 1 to 4, Inoluaive.
LotaNoa. 8,0, 114 12.
Lots Noh. 14 to 31, incluaive.
Lota Nos. 88 to 86,      "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lots Noa. 14 to 90, inelnaive.
LoUNon. 23 to 32,   "
Lota Noa. .14 to 44,   "
BT. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Ut. Noa. 16 to 18, Incluaive.
LoteNos.24.o28,      "
Lets Nee. 33 to 40,      "
SAILOR'S HOME-Block L.
LotaNoa. 1 A 2.
MERCHANTS' SQUARE-Blook O.
UtNo.6.    ..
UrTlie Lota are meetly Why 132 feet.
TERMS-«B(iperrmi,/onth«*.llol the
hammer; lt\i par cent, m three months;
end the balance of tho purcbn.e money In
aix looiitlia from dale of aitle.  . ,   ,;
Byonler, '.    '. ' ■
A. i. ALPORT, CjM. O.
C,,'t.r^»n.t.r,-*hN0T,ll**
rlllflfllil
•^THAT-SIf
wawt;
fi
$156 -«f'hr- $1.25
1   5ff# s' '   ■
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1.&5.
This Map has been produoed at
great coat, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in die Proving   ' j f:
The new Map shows the latest
surreys, tbe latest roads, the line of
thi. dl!P. B. and extensions.   JJ '
BUY A COPY.
on i ,PfoawDJ '"fc
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Heal Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANdftUVEK
AND VICTORIA.
FGR8ALE AT' ..
T. R. Peareon & Co's
NEW WTESTMINSTER ANO VANCOUVER.   -
AMMUNITION,
Reloading Tools,
Pishing Tackle, Ac.
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTmES OF AMMUNITION.
We are prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and any-,
thing in the mechanical line.'
All mien .will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
COBl-KK inVRCI t COLUMBIA STS.
•■en. iwiom
frtr-JfrndrirTi
Yorick Club
U Jf*ment.a QmuirllloClubhMbiSi
organl-t-fd In ttilo City.
Tlie Olub ineMdoveiT ultehintoTaen-liiy
nnd prumlsM to lw a complete auceoM.
Gentlomen wUliIng to join are requested to hnnd In their names ai soon es pou*
fltble either to Mr. M. WOOLH, Hec: Mr.
A.H.ORHKN; or Mr. QAMM**, ?ren,;
from whom full partU-uUn oan be oti-
ttlned. dnoioml
Executor's Notice!
mm hq*^e<
;': W:..
I- _R_A.3E L
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW MERCHANDISE!
COKSISlflKG OF-
Mirilh^y,bSlbb0d8, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies? and Children's Ulsters. Jackets
and Cloaks.      ''■'.'.-!,■',T ■'
The Millftiery is tlie finest nnd largest Stock on the Mainland. No
needi^oj go;to;.Viet»ria.'> -   ,,■   •.,,.■,     ■'■'• ■■     ■■•
DRESS (IOODS in the new materials and shades for the season.
We: call attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE, ^tfloU we
have at various prices—37Jc, 50c., 62'c. and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
roin and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain th^^CpgAD./CpiiQR. , ,.,„-      „,   ,
.Tlie GpTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with Tie*. BW-
068, ShirtS, 800tC8, &C., and a new and fashionable stook of
ilwoc2Tito
*m/*!**SS
y ''-■}. ''■■ |.|he -ui*|)^rsigned'ha_j>I()
'-.\l
; ^*-^KS BlpSOLr_— -.'.III- .:- 'I.M3II.'.
At Cost and Below!
■iV.,. r''iJ-!rpJil|.ORiTHE...WEXT NINETY DAVS,''
".I       . .ii'.-.^lai	
G ii iu Boots,$6.50* sold for IK5.00.
- %ttalty^IoVpi-lceBO»airo(|liurRuUtiSrflooJB.   TlieeeGooda are all American
manufafcturc.  " ' '-
Men's Boots, $4.50, sell for f 3.50.
Ladies' French Kids. $6, sell for $4.50
These Gooda lmiat lie diaposed of during the next 3 month..   If you want any.
tiling in my line call «ii_.y anil get your ohoico; and you win make by w doing.
.*-k.»aort:_x*.eivt BtxcIkb-kIxi CHovwa.
JAS. ROUSSEAU.
FOB OA8R OSTI.T. JnolUmJ
PACIFIC
VB,CM!
4
!, Ik. Mailer .r Ike Calale .ff. ma«W.,
•eeesBnl.
LlL''>BR8bk8: HAVmO' CLAIMH
againnUlit Kitatoof Mtelftte Y. Kim-
.... are wqnattod to present tlie mini'on
or before tho 16th dnv-of December neit.
and all penone Indebted to the nnld En-
tute are requested lOMttlo tho enm« on or
before the said date, -• •-■■■
H. M.iOOOPRR- man
-Exeoutor.
New WeRtmlnstar, Nov. Id-IMB.     dnlOm
0] --   	
two Fhotom-npliK, in printed onVelopen.
Anyone relnrnlns them to the Colonial
Hntel will be miltably rewanled.  ilimim;)
,N FRIDAY EVRNINO, bfltween the
' Colonial Hotel and the C. P. N. wharf,
:     ,*i-.i.*>i'i  ..fii(_i'i*)-lr  ,itfio'<*.  ,fl   l:.!i.*
REID & GUfiRlE
M*jW.A*TURERS& IMPORTERS OF
VetidWagons,;
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons, '
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
• H.; * " T3ttJ^^e,Tte;
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHING   IN   THE
We have a large Btock of molt of
the above artlolea on hand, also a large
stock of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.
Repairing, Painting A Trimming
done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Ita Brunches.
Eatimaten given ,011 Ironwork, antl
Cbhtra'c-a taken. AgHctiltoM Imple.
inonta lilaile anil lepalrod, anil all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Lqulnf
Gainp. and Farmers, .Kepi, In atock anil
made to order.'
Horse-slioiMni. and General
' aQiiP,0Jl(f-ll?fe        "
We also keep hi stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Clitine, Cumberland
Cool, Hone and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Sprinits and Axles, and u complete -itook
of CahHt^HardWr&Xti^lITjr.M"
Parties requiring anything in our lint
will find by inspecting our etook that
they don't require to go to Viotoria to
get what thev want, for they can get a
superior article at it reaiounble price
here.
We are also manufaotu'rtng and selling
the celebrated '/
VICTOR  HAY BAMM PRKS8,
At reduced prices.   Il U the Iwitand
cheapest Press in tlie market.
mrVfo have gut thp best wtMnnM to be
Iiml In tho country, and we ImlMNearly
all the stock we aie fmm thBtuf-nftniB-1
nuently we nan "(Tor Inducements tu pur-1
oliasers that we could not hnve dono some
time ngo. All material and wnrk leaving I
the shop will be cuarnnteed tobeJiistaM :
represented. Orders from the country ■
promptly attended to,
dwop^ml
...j^rpTioag.
Tbe 8h«sw»p nd *k»iK» ||||.
ww Coapuy.
n-IAKB NOTICE THAT.A OKKBRAL
kt^mA^ti-mmKl
tlie »«i-<»y of Weftel-ibH^ -lert,*!" lil
o'clock noon,
M. IjUMBi ,
i)ai«imiid»*.bio^I,mB45S_2*
PEEBCES r HECKLEY
H«™ received Jlrect fro*, ttualiee .■ ■■■ '
'- 'i "j-Uijoc»Mig*te.*iio(; :i -
Wii}  MiTfRESSSES,
Wlileli la manuliurtured. Can lie taken
ap»H.nap.ill.dln«nn.llirp^«. dwltol
T
In the SuBirme Ooart of Bri«
lish Columbia.
OCT/. BROS., on behalf of Ihemaelvea
' and all other the 'Creditor, of I/nila
Gold-Puisiirrai 'I"
FDWARD'OOliI), WCISQftl.nan-lKil.
MA (-OLD-DirafDAIim
-r_M.,J.. I ennpnolaUd
Ivor of the Real Ealate now reitalend
In the namea of the Defendonto or either
^u,'*^<^^__i,^*\jy-'*ff^ «»%•:;
Hiinae now occupied by the Delendanla or
aomo or one of them almoin nl Iho Clly or
New Weatmlnater and thc pcraonal pro-
.;:f!S,a'!,^*%lr»ru'£;r.,«,hd,bSi(R{
Houae aud the Hotel and premlaea annate
atthe City,of Vancouver known .a the
(told Ifouae. .. <!. ■  i    'C~-**.T   /
T. J. ARMSTHOHO,
Deputy Sheriff,
dwnoam,!-, (; i ; r i.i.( "   ;■.'/BwelTW-
Re-Opening!
m
HAS OPKNED A SHOP ON
Mckenzie street,
Flint Door to the Rljlit from Columbia
Sweet, and will have alwaya os hand
a fnll nanortmontof
REID * QURRIC,
AND AT RKAJIONABLB PBIC*-**.,
aWiSt fit
Guaranteed In Rvery Oue,
docflt*
British €olum
A WTAX07
!,:idm^Eu_at*'f** $ti®s
joIuk.'I ,.,,.;
ESTABLISHMENT,
I. I* "Jjiw.f'.a
a   Columbia St.    ,.,,,;
,.   iMA JJrJJ'"   '  '"    iC     .1-1*1.1    IHtl
j-'.'rii   h   j irieUaqt  aliw fill  I;.;:
MK-ljrttn il riJjri.j -iiiil'viiir innilJ
i   IU   ii.   ,1(n;   ,'jj.    hu
,§_ffi   1..litis.:.   v'Ik;.'.
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Friday Evulnf, XaTnaker II, law.
    _■.—w«m*~iti»7"-.
that Mr. Donald Ohisholni
ia in the field aa a candidate {or the
Beat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
latS -arftente^repre-entative, Mr. Homer. %jr J -I,J. ; '. AwocSBto
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FMH6 Toinsa,—Mr,' -Oi- W, Jordan, of Goodwin & Jordan, Viotoria,
will visit New Weatmlnater daring
thia month. He eomee highly recommended. Ordera for toning or repairing may be left at Mr. Pearson's
■lore, '   inolSto
i Tmips t_BEii.-r-Mr. ,;G. W. Henry,
has atrited at 'I'ort Hammond with
Ilia car load of fruit trett (8: tone), and
reporta that they are in excellent condition arid will De delivered as _peod-
ily ns possible. Bcaidea thd troee already apokeu for He haa a large aaaortment | which he offers at very reason-
oble prioea to any pereon wialiing
theiii: nol7d3tlw
'.', "... '■>". ••      ' / .
A Propoh-TIOn.—Mr. Abbott will
leave, in hia private car on Sunday for
Donald where it is understood ho will
meet Mr. Van Horne oh hia way to
tlie coaat. Would. it not bo a good
idea. ti obtain fropi the riee-preeiden.
during hia visit a statement as to the
position which the O.P.R. intend to
take in. regal*! to the piopoMd inter-
mSM'nSStl  ;,.,-,   | J ■.;■:;.■ ;*
Fifteen pnaen^O&'ui*!^
day'a train.
A choice lot of Rubber Tweed Overcoat, at J. M^*nfrtB»91--
Ladiea' Aatraclian CloMa, Seal Seta,
and Caps, juat opened at Drysdale's.
Fn-fWe—H!W|-l?Pl.* KoodwInS
utlmstf ohegA, I.1 A*pply at Woods,
Tamer ft Gamble. jyUte
The bulla have hitherto had it all
their own way at Vancouver, but the
bean are reported not far off!
J-__t'<in'l-_tt< for S-iuli-uj last; o
splendid lot of Prang's prize Xmas
Carda at J. Ellard & Oo.'ai   nolM* -
Trimming and Tlqnnringi just received
stDr-fidfle'i.     ■"*-""*      ltdltw
Mr. Bachelor, purser of 'the Gladys,
wired Mr. Townsend from Yale tliis
norning stating that the Gladys would
leavo for-^fWeato^ttritjiftday.at
loon.
We are glad to learn that the Modi-,
Osuitro Crops.—A despatch from
Toronto says: 'The report of the Ontario Bureau of Industries for November state that wheat, barley, aye, oata
and peaa were all reaped and in fair
condition. The wheat yield was 3,-
600)000 < bushels' lea than the average
of five, yean; barley,50,000 bushels
leas'; oata, 3,600,000 bushels more;
.peas,, 3,000,000 bushels, and corn
1,000,000 bushels less.
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A Bum.—The appearance of a large
lermil
jiou, .and the doctor will remain in the
mmnce.
Before deoidlna on the plan of your     .„,„ ,. „„„.        „„..,..
&*mZmMmm^
1.«mUM.«Mif4omy with utility I ?-."* °V Umm< "-'-*"*"
md'beia.y. dw-ael3te
If your children an troubled with
»«»i»,M*fe**i»rin^^J^'*erG-*v<W**»!
exterminator; safe, sure and effectual,
"ry It and mark the improvement In
'"■j-iMKa**.  -<-;b^£
ster in Oregon, hu united with Uie
{•formed Episcopal church, and will
ie installed aa colleague to Rev. Bishop
Jridge of Victoria,
SmidQUMG OBumua.—Last Tuesday night another gang of Chinese,'
about a dozen in number, creased the
line from 'British Columbia at (his
place. -'They came on the New Westminster road, and passed ByronKings-
ley'a  about,,hs^-psst 9 o'clock, all,
|*jl'9'0«^^i>***»9j»««,<«* I0'?
shoulders on poles. It is not at ail
improbable that coolie smuggling is a
matter of very frecueut if not almost
continual occurrence at this place, as>
there is abMlntely nothing to prevent
 n  tire   timber
ring along' tW
Westminster road late at night and on
toward . Whateofa, *.tj_ juiy time, ffnee
from any likelihood of detection, and
with no fear of lend hindrance if they
we're detected- There I. not an Amer-
t ican cuatoma official nearer thsn Be-
-J home, nearly thirty milea away, and
only one then. Two weeks ago the
Blaine constable arrested two Chinese
that were passing through. Blaine, on
Sundliy forenoon from Britisli Oolttm-
cT ° ■•?Mm   JALQj.fi !** W Ouir way south, aid took them
Something thaf'wW ,-*™"«*-,rbele»»J^Mof...tli»>.Peace Rogers;
now—That the Beat stock of Men s
jerisatC.
l.-WjW* ■thrtest'lhlniferial, style,
uittem, fit, and price. nolBdlw
__.«__*. Tiritdtt»ffiulf»;11Br*s.'«
hipa-ar__*i-l--<l*c«sli«»t|iiac%
o-morrow, and a car load of pat*-e
Irom Ashcroft, to stock a ranch which
they are starting at Calgary.
Rogersj
but the justice wid he could do noth-
ingiwith them, and lhey were escorted
to the national boundary and toned
j loose,' I.*»is M oWie back at their pleas-
..—    *"---'-'"bumoJ.
against
and unlawful entry, will be heard
abort th* md Af th» iwntk to Hietday. „
city before Mr. Justice McCreight
ba adr_it|M:*«.**H %w stopjM^iajpejn
nods we nave opened antavolceol
llagenals, Wnt ef E__|jlai_d'-_»iM*«dUt1.a
aad Fnnch Casslmens. Walsh the
Model Tailor. HaaaxBT Waub, Manager. ap21te
We aro pleased to have tha Calgary
Doily TrUntne on our exchange list
rantrTull
energy.
Our very excellent cotemporary the
Seattle Pint haa just ohanged hands, a
capitalist trom iLimkt^ botightip
a let of the atock. There is no bettor
n.fnia^n-ajsh of. Peejtl-ml than the
The case of Miller, nccutad of oiln-ot-
ing   Oolman   near   Seattle aeveral
tial evidence, but the jury failed to
agreeonaverdM.I'll'-.lM-i ,m»t.t.
One of the O. P. R.'s beautiful
sleW_l_g- (U stash .was brought over
on tne excursion train yesterday caught
Bre.fcom aijoverhr
fore the'exc
very badly damaged.       '
Mr. E. A. Blow, late of the Winnipeg "tfonilobon,' waa expected to arrive
at Vancouver yesterday to take a position on the Nttut. . Vaiacouver being a
boom town, the name of the new member of the Nttet staff,"
propriate.
Maxwell, who lies in the gaol in this
oity under aentenca nt. death for murder near Lytton, has had his sentence
' ' ' ' yisonment for life.
  . _|lly, his two companions, have liad a respite until the
1-itlStm^.wri ,i,'..wi..j tiu-Moi
„w^m^^.>i•TO8,ff^«
Rall'a Hair Renewer to our naders. It
restores gray hair. to. Its. youthful color,
p»v.nts baldness, makes the hair soft
, de^in-|.,irtal»,.tk»_slti»(-a^
i^_7^-,i1^u^!^^m
tc
The Georgie Woodthorpe
who presented *lMajr-Blossom'
[ood house on Wednesday nighl
^^^mm,Vi
formanoe waa far superior to "Among
*«?•■«•" _**«**ali«ianVir   -»(.»
to
left
gers on the Vancouver mail stage yestorday1.51 '*t:'the'sight of. him every
man ea theratage including the driver
eicliih_e<U ^f 1, (only hadflty rifle,"
-r st *, in .it ti. rr ...  i; ■.   •
and exunsaed Ilia rLlii iiiusliuiielweia
to ttavel "Willy armed for bear in future.
'Bruin, as if rappreciatJiiig tho situation.
trotted ahead of them for about 160
yards, and then cumplacently betook
himself to the bush to hunt for liis
Thanksgiving dinner: ■■;''■,.
■f ;':>' Personal. •■
Mr 0 W. Mob-riy, C. E., of To-
ronto, is Id Viblorlai:''., '.'•■
Mr. J. Ii. Stamford returned from
Victoria, Napaimo, and Vancouver to-
VtSP •ISIk,f#raifti.te Viotoria
from his eastern trip lut, Wednesday
night.   ■' .-•-
Pr.. McLean, it. is understood, will
arrive iu a day or two, and commence
prhctice in this city.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Pablte Morality.
Bditob Colombias: In common with
aomt of your readen, IaympathUe with
. mttrt of the itttemcnte you hare published frop-'-Qgli" on publio .morality.
The eriU stn described Wrly enoagh|but
the remedies proposed in softie outts ue
very one-tided and defective (in my
opinion.) I hare not -time, nor have
you Bpaoe, to develop my ideas of tbe
matter, but I may -indicate them.
Hornet of prortltntion are an Abomination.. Wb know, at least we' see, the
female nrostitutea, but we do not know
many of tlie males.   Are they not equal-
iVoclWWelro^k;
publ.Bhfag for local - informal. _
names of all frequentefsf   Then it is
-.ta ,My'-m»ommf>tMmM
everythingput«andiiOW .
and moral, as to let their property to
lowd women," and tbat " the law
let J
houn t«.l»*o_-ita_L.™-Th_iia.>e, a
their money muat aet Joe taken Iii'exchange for what the proprietors havo to
sell. But***r>itoptli«re? -Ihereiano
ream11» -topping ttere. The skme rule
oiujdit to apply to the storekeepers, and
livery aUUea, and all others. When we
find odt iliefrequenter, of these- hetaes
—tbe ■' greater aihnen—we muat treat
them in the satne way, and not take
their money fer anything. If ainall-poi
broke out in one of our homws, we knew
what would happen without asUaa anybody's leave. We would be quarantined,
or "boycotted'" W. should not he compelled to tranaact our business in ■ otherwise respiotable stores alongside ef prostitutes.' But we must also turn.Onr atr
tentior, moro seriously to the feerlors or
streams leading down to sueh places,
suoh as the raloons, the theatres, the'
publio ball-rooms or dance houses, the
sellers af impure'literatare, and the'
newspsners that boom the abominations
of tlie theatre and defend Sunday eicitr-
aious and the wliiakey traffio.. , ,,.,
i .i -..-,..- r Oiiiais.   i
Rfr.uUful photographic panoramio
views In British Columbia, 11.00 per
set'atT.R. Pearson*Co.'a. V
Qur Railway Excursion 1
how tk mm n the win citt m*
:.    mviD THMUGIVIHe MY.
■A Mde lale Ike (eutry-Iarldeals ef
Ike Mil.
| New Westminster la having her day.
Yesterday, after many years of waiting and expectancy, the people of the
Royal Oity were permitted to board a
train at their doors, and, seated in
clean and cosy cars, to ride away into
the country for pleasure. The time of
year waa a trifle unsuited for eicuo-
' sions, bnt as' no demonstration had
taken, place at the opening of the
branch, the royal citisena felt that they
should do something to let the world
know as well as to satisfy themselves
that they liad a railway. It was eon-
aidered that Thanksgiving day was
particularly appropriate for suoh an
occasion, and the choice of the day no
doubt had muoh to do with the success which attended Ihe affair. That
the exoursion waa an immense success
goes without saying, when it la known
that over four hundred took part iii it,
many of whom were children taking
their fltst ride on a railway. The
train was to have left the city at 1:30
p. m., but through some delay it did
not get away till 2 o'clock. Cong before " all aboard" was heard the seating capaoity of six, passenger coaches
was pretty well occupied, but when
- the train started it was found that all
could be comfortably seated. Everyone was in very good spirits, and al
the Iron steed commenced to strike
out at the rate of about twenty milea
an hour it made all feel lively. One
enthusiaatio member of the company
waa beard to say, " Money may make
the mare go, but for hie, 'give roe the
iron horse." Just when everyone waa
getting well settled ih hia comfortable
seat, and was feeling exceedingly good
and in a proper state of mind to oou-
templet, the superiority 'of' travel try
recover all other meass of transit, the
engineer whistled down drakes ai tlie
junction. Someun. here tried to perpetrate aomething about " Why, the
Y," etc., but he waa promptly Mt
upon, and told that that kind of thing
was not tolerated on this road. The
delay here waa not long, the train proceeding, contrary to the original programme; to Port Hammond, which
possibly did not make much difference.
As that beautiful patch of bottom
lands called Pitt meadows wa, passed
through, several flocks of geese and
ducks were raised, whicli led i oertain
Nimroda on board to remark about the
unerring certainty with'which their
guns " brought em down" on the
wing. Arrived at Port Hammond all
got of to take ih the place, but it was
concluded unanimously tbat the excursion had beeu taken in a good dosl
mote than the plaoe. Port Hamrnond
was once a "boom" town, in which
certain Victorians invested . hard
money in the hope and with the boast
that grass wonld long' before thia be
growing on the streets of New Westminster. But the grass grows elsewhere now: for aa the " boom" town
didn't respond to the unceasing tramp
of progress they, abandoned it, and
now Port* Hammond is a very nioe,
quiet place, truly. As a resident explained, " it hasn't got the improvements. It bu two hotels, two empty
hotel buildings, a general store in
which is the postoffice, a few dwelling
houses, ahd * railway station. After
remaining here about three-c(uaWetB,ot
an hour, the train left for PortMcody,
where it arrived about 4 o'clock. Several got off at the Elgin hotel" to see
a man," aa one saya to hia wife, while
othera went down to the wharf and
station house. The excursionists
were biokedrhere fer an hour, which
waa foetid quite Mffloi.nt.a, tht aighta
were not numerous and the weather
was rather disagreeable. Some whiled
the time away by examining the iron
pilea to see that they  were alt right
managed to get nff an old atale joke
ahout Port Moody being in a bad way
when, added to Iier other troubles, she
got both the worms and the piles!
None, however, failed to admire the
snug little harbor though they did not
think- much of' tho: towiiafti, jTho
time for leaving soon came round, and
the excursionists were uot sorry, for
they were getting cold and hungry. It
was raining a little, and Uie .rain at
Port Mooily does not fall gently as if
it were afraid to hurt like it does in
New Weetaiuister. Alter getting all
on board, inoluding those who were
seeing the man at uie Elgin, tlie train
left tor home, certain youths of the
hoodlum variety making themselves
heard. At the ¥ a horse waa run on
to a trestle and a short delay occurred
getting iim oft. With hia feet tied
he was' dumped Into a mud puddle 16
feet below, but after being cut loose
he got up, shook himself, and looking
round aa if ne would enquire, "Did
I hear something drop)" walked away.
The next stoppage was at the New
Westminster station; .which wns reached at 0:20 p.m. when aU alighted, feeling well pleased 'with their trip nnd
the wky the arrangements wero carried
out. The road waa highly praised by
everybody, esperially by those who
travel a great deal and could compare
it with other roads. No one could fail
to notice how easily and smoothly the
train glided over the rails when going
at a high rate of speed. The excursion
was in charge pf Asst.-Supt Downic,
while Messrs. Ellis & Cannon, of the
general freight and passenger depart-1
ment, took care that the pasaeugere
were made comfortable. Due Credit
for the success of tlie occasion must be
accorded to Mr. J. C. Armst-'ong, as
well aa to the rest of the, committee,
and also to Mr. Fagan, the affable and
energetio agent of the O.P.R. in N.W.
The excursion waa a splendid success in
every particular, and wheu the Royal
citizens again ride forth may they
hate aa pleasant a time, and may we
be tliere too. 	
Snow In llic Interior.
By Telegraph. .,,'
ABHoaoit, Nov. lO.-f-Weiltli-r mildi
snow last night nt Barkerville, 18
inches; Quesnelle, IS inches; Soda
Oreek, 2 inches; Clinton, light flurry;
Aahcmft, none. ,
_s__B_ne-_-__-a*-______=-9__a
EX-BCTOBS
sce
District
QENH.BMKN.-Ai a successor to your
lat.} reiircsentfltlvo In the Commons will
soon have to be elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate for tlie position. ;
I purpose publliblng an address in
whlSV Twill glw my views on the molt
Important questions affocttne your Interests, and will Wilt the different settlements and address the electors before
election day.. ■, ■■■,,■•
In Politics, /ant and will be thokough-
I.Y INDKPUNDBWT. ■
'   ,' Touts respectfully,
dwocMto T. J. TRAPP.
Sur|
.'."list a miner would very properly term
"nii'iuoe •iirllra-tloua" of what la beaeaM,-.
mo llio I'lmplea, Stlos, Ban Jtom,
lioll-, anil Cotnucoue 1 Jruptlons* llli
wiii.'li puoplo urn timioved lu nprhi** anil*
«ii-lyi«ii:i:iii'iv: 1-W.eQVte, mutter uicunSH
IiiJiM ilir.i.r.' Ilie winter niontlin, uo#
lluiet i'1 |.n sulliie felt,thtrough Kalure'a
i ilili'jiviii's li oniMlIt from tho svatein.
j while It i-.m:ite,,lt Is apohon tlmt teator.
llitlmbJ'iiJtluJulmny develop Into Scrof-
uln. ThU cirinUt-ou ciuisuH derangement
of the ili.jro.-Jlvo and asu'mUutory oi-guna.
wllh a irulliir-of iruervatieii, languor, anil
wearlneiiri-iirlen ll-litly spoken of aa "only
wiring fiwr." These aro evidence, thot
Nature la imt able, unaided, to throw off
llio i-iirnint jrtonu wMeh treakea the vital
foreni. To iiaailg health, Stum, must lio
nlili-d by a II1111-0115U bkud-pnrirylni,'
Iciiio; ti*alliritliiii^f*-e|. so efleotlvi
#'
A full line of Canadian Hymnals Inst
received at T. ft. I'earaim * Co.'a  Jwl'tu
This Afternoon's Despatofies.
rreas TesagHisi-.
Ngw Yom, Nov. 19.—At aategu-
lar raoiitlily anting of directors of
the Northern flaSSe railway held yesterday it iB ssid only routine business
waa transacted, and nothing waa done
about the leans jointly witli the Union
Pacific and tie O. R. & N. Co. property. Nothing was done beyond a discussion of the aibjeot, which is said to
have been prolonged and earnest. The
speeches made are understood to have
been .warmly in favor o_ the joint
lease, and those In opposition to the
project maintained silence throughout
jthe meeting. The representative, of
the O. Trans. Co. in the board desired
to retire from the combination, but his
resignation wss not accepted, and the
combination waa'' continued. He informed his fellow directors that the
combination would be obliged to arrange tertna with the Union Pacilic Co.
if a joint lease was to be made, because
the directors of the Oregon Co. had ho
authority.
Fiu, Rrvta, Maes., Nov. 19.--It"il
declared, that a strike in which 20,000
operatives will take partWill be inaugurated hers within one nionth, unless manufacturers graut the increase
of wages deinindcd by spinners. The
spinners 2 weeks, ago asked,to have
wages reatomd to uie rates paid in
1884, whioh "as so unfavorably received by mill-ovners, and. such disinterestedness wai displayed in their neglect to notiue it that operatives of all
grades becane exasperated. There is
now a strong feeling in favor of strikes.
Wiamtt-iix. JNov. 19.—OeneralAt-
kin, commissioner ot Indian affain, has
returned to ne rity after a month's absence. He reports affairs in several
south-west agencies in a satisfactory conJ
dition, and Wat the policy of the Indian
office In arrtnging that the Indians
should abandiii their tribal relations and
accept their lauds in severalty Is daily
growing in favor among the tribes in
that aection, especially so where the pernicious influence ol designing whites is
l-astf.lt. _.     J
Ixatt-E, Nov. 111.-At 1:45 this afternoon the signal service ordered cautionary signals te be duplayed. The storm
approaching from toe Northwest promises to be very severe.
fTxw'YoBK, Nov. 10, —lh, steamer
Beaooaifield, with n cai-go of 70,000
bnahela 'of whnt,' outward bound to
Aberdeen, came into collision off the
battery this morning with the steamer
Britannica bound in from Mediterranean
porta. Tlie Beaconsfield was struck
near her coal bunkers snd water poured
In, extinguishing her' fires. She was
assisted by tugs te Hoboken. The Brit-
annioa carae to anchor with her bow
badly damaged above the water lines.'
Pxsrii', Nov. 19.—It is slated here
that Austria, England and Ocrmany
have propoaed tliat before a successor
to Princo Alexander, be elected a union
betfeep Bulgaria and essterii fteUj
mella shall be adopted on a permanent
basis. It is said that Russia rejected
ttie.-livylja.^l.',:.,,) <_;',      ,-        - .I.i-.
London, Nov. 19.—Hampton Oourt
palace, in Middlesex on the Thames,
12 miles from the city, was set on fire
to-flay by the burstlhg of an oil lamb.
The fire atartari in 'apartments i abutting on the tennis court, and all these
apartment* have been destroyed. The
flames have since spread to adjoining
buildings, aiid are now (3 p. hi.) raging
within h few yards of the chapel aha
royal state departments, which aro
threatened with destruction.
Liiai.—The' fire has now 'keen
subdued.
London, Nov. 10.—Thc government
denies that it ia making, as roported,
extensive military preparations including arrangements for Uie use of artillery iu anticipation of trouble with
Sijoisliata on the.occasion of their deai-
onstratjon next Sunday.
San Fkanuisco, Nov. 19.—Passengers per str. Mexico for Viotoria: H.
Saunders, J. O. Bababin, A. Schrauz,
H. M. Smith, H;*W. Trillnian, J.N.
J6«eS, T: W. Eckert.'J. N. Little,
Pro/. Herahfeldt, J. Henderson, Mrs.
Louise D. Eokeit, MayKckert, Minnie
GlUtirti, C. W. SymOM, Hev. and Mrs.
Johnsons, Mrs. L;-Jj Wood, R. Thornton, Mrs, Lavaruc, F. Lavaruc, M. J.
Walah, Mra. D. Thornton, C. W. Carpenter, F. J. Crocker, W. S. Postill,
Miss C. J. Hendricks, Mrr. M. Panther nnd daughter, J. L. Pearo, H.
West.   •
Tong Ah Sing, condemned for the
murder of a Chinose woman about 4
years ago, was hanged at noon tn-day,
Most kxchij.iatinii ara the twinaea
whioh rack the muscles antl joints of the
rheumatic. Northrop A Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, liv
promoting increased action ef the kidneya, by which the bleed is more effectu-
ally depurated, removee through the
natural channels certain acrid elements
hi the circulation whioh product rheumatism and gout, The medloine ia also a
fine laxative ant-billous medicine and
general corrective.
a,     sail    ■■liin-g—gg»
Per str Illthcl, Irom Vletorla, Nov, 19- -
Two sisters St Ann's, A Ewen, J Ululaw,
Caaslily, Hall, Work, Kirkland, A Rand.
Aycr'a Sarsspsrilla thoroughly cloanaea
the lilooil, stimulates the vital functions,
add restores the health and strength.
No one whose blood Is impure can feel
well,, Thoro is a weary, languid feeling,
and often a sense of discouragement and
tlespouilcnoy. Peraoaa having this feeling should tako Ayer's Seraaparllla to
purify and vitalize tho M6od.
D. Drysdale & Co.
Have now in Stock a Complete Assortment of .
which Is fiiffii'lcntly powerful to expel
1 imii tiro nvntum eveu tho taint of Heretl.
Uury Scrofula.
The nuHlleal profession iadone Aymt
Sah_apahii.la, and many attejetatbiis at
tlio I'liresenectulbylteomefromall purts
of Ilie world. It K In the language of
llio linn. Francis Jewett, ex-8t_te Sen-
ntiir of 3fii..-iicliiiscttH and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "lire only preparation thut doea
veul, Iiutiuggooil.'
PUEp^nra>BV
Or. J. C. 4/er- <t Co., Lowell, Mats:
Sold by all Druggists: Price tl;
Six bottles for $5.
The Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr. Le-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and.
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative Organs bi Female.,
They are first enclosed, hi an air-tight
capsule, and by thia means msde to retain their full strength for yean in any
climate. Ask us fir private circular.
A, M. Hquuko 4 D. S. Crams ft Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley, Lad-
nor'aLanding) H. McDowell & Co.) Vancouver; Pimbury ft Co., Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Denman Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus; E. B. Richardson
Co*icha»j W. K. McCartney ft Bw.,
Vancouverand Kamloops; Hastings Ssw
Mill Co.;' Vancouver; The' Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. R. Megaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
ft Co., Kainloops; Lanolkv ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    dwse2tyl
QT. PAUL'S chiibsh. Services ev-
p  ery Sunday, at 11 A. M. and 7 ft
tuu Churoh, St. John streot, below 1
avenue. Beats free, all are oordlaJl
vlted. Sohday School at 2.M r. jJJT^
 (teUStc)
KTHOD1ST CHVRCH, Mary St,
, Rev. C. Watson,. Paator. gervloeaat
.. a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday Bchool and
Bible Glass 2190 p.m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at S p. m. Seats tree; atranajera
cordially invited. .   ..,        Je7-te.
Ila.r
T>APTI8T CHVRCH, Rev. Robt Len-
Jj nlf pastor; meets Id the Court Houn.
Sirvlcei at U a. il and 7 p. v. Sebbath
Scboolund Bible ClAfta at 2.90 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strangers cordially invited, aplBte
•      XTfflOB
JV* A.
1L_K   munlc
rryr\ holdoi
VSlOn LODGE Ho, 9- A. F.
M..-The regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    „    . hold on the first Monday In -"'
month. -Sojourning brethren are cor_
ly iifivited to attend        D. WIUSON7
(e2»*te   ! . .. Secretary.
SITUATION WANTED
BY A MAN WHO IS COMPB-TBNT TO
keep books, look: after a store or other
mercantile buBlnesa, collect, canvass, or
tako charge of a butchering business, or
would undertake almost any honorable
employmeut., Apply at This Office.
noHto
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FB   SALB-A   LABQE  -tUAHTWY,
■ Awlrto •"!
\C. B. TOWN8KSD,
or ACSIIN  BRICE.
dnotml*
HOUSE FURNISHINGS and CARPETS.
Men's Clothing and Underwear, Fine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
TWEEt)  MAGJaNTOSH   COATS,   GOSSAMERS AND
UMBERLLAS.
*jgJT REASONABLE RATES AND COOP QUALITY;
Samples sent on application.
dwoc6tc
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
73 Columbia Street, N. W.
JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.'S
';,■'","•:  'A\F*;_p ^S,SQR^*ENT OF ■''■ •..'.';.
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trirnmings, Black and Colored
,,;,.:''\;;:;3ilks,te'■;.;
WOOLEN HOODS, TOPS, CLOUDS, SQUARES, JbC.
Millinery % Mantles.
T fllUnnM UnTTCC     *■«• StS an* Itr, Cor. CWum-io mat Man,
lAinUUM  nUUOJ-l,       ,m^-JNt-Wtttmimm-.   dwooM
DEIGHTON.
MnimfaetuterB Hnd Importer!of    *i
Harness, Saddles, Bridie's, Whips; ete.
NEW WE8TMINST1EE, B.O.
■ r JwJIySltc	
liTOTIOES.
rL
..AVE APPLIED TO THE MMJWBR
X. of tlie Interior for a license to out timber on tho following Inula, embracing tn
all 1000 acres:
aw.'(Section 11, To.rn.hlp 15. < J
N. E. fractional purt Bea II, Township 15:
N.W.!' Secllon 12, Township 15.
H, fraollonirl K Section 13, Township 15.
ii>'Sectloii'a,'roWnslj,p 18,    ;
All situated In New Weatmlnater Diatrlct,
H WEST.
Lnngley, -Olh Nov., 188(1. .,     ' Unol.ml
 6—;—,„■;  .J"—-— ■   J   ■ ; '-
Pnoviircui. amitcrA'irs omosr,
<th November, 1186.
WHKEEASTHE LIBUTBNAHMiq-
. vernor In Council Is empowereil,
uniler the "Public Schools Act, 188B," to
create Sohool Dlalrlctn, ln addition tn
thos. already existing, and lo uuAnothe
boundaries thereof, and from tlm. to time
to alter the boundaries of exlatlng Dla-
trie's; It la hereby notified that His Honour has been pleased to create the tract of
land eneloeed wllliln llieuiiilernt'nllqpcd
liounilarlea a School District under 111.
title of the "Bouiul Prairie School"D*
trict, vla.:-Ajl of Townships St. JB, nnd
3S, Osovimih Division Of Ynle Diatrlct.
Alao, tliat His Honour has been pleased
to direct that the boundaries at the "Spal-
Illtnrheeti Schnor District" he altered and
Kdeflnedns follows:—All of Townships 4
toiHrflctthUtheownetrf the "OrRiivlllo
School DlsWet" be chaniM to''V-*ncnu-
vorHcliooTD!strtct," and that Is boiindi.-
rir*jl.R altered and redefined riIoUowd:--
Tliu xiuiieM those deflned on theofllcliil
maportheOltyofVanoouver. . ■„
,-,   By Command.
t(holTwK rrovInclalBeoretaiy.
,\ v   K8TA.BUSHED Wi.
The West Shore
FSEE
For the balance at 1MB. titcludlog the
mammoth holldayjaiiraUr, to allwlio
HuhKorlbe now for I WT.        >£_]_•
With the January Inne THE WERT
HHOHK will beKln tie twelfth year. Every
number ootitnliiH original tlliiBtratloiiB of
Biri'iiory, towns and InduMrleH ln thcPa-
olfic Norl liwcdt-equallng In excellence tlie
best- productions of Eiwtern miwastnes.
The contributed articles, general Htera*
tare nnd HtorlnH ure entertain Ing and care*
fully edited, making the mngnilne a
chaste family visitor. The comment* on
events of Intorost to this region nnd the
large amount of Information concerning
our various resources nnd the progress of
development given In every number render lt extremely valuable. Nofam.l) oan
afford to do without It. nnd every one financially interested In the Paolfle Northwest or desirous of learning Ite renources
will find it invaluable.
If the subscription prleo (13 per year) Is
sent In now you will bo entered for If 77,
nnd the remainder of 1886 will be sent as
n premium.,
t, SAMUEL,
■adlih>     1« Front Rtreet, Portland Or.
A SPLENDID'ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods!
■■     CIjOTHINO,
UNDERWEAR,
H^ts and Ca^s,
Boots & Shm, ^^Zm%)
■; jf:.&C,,:.':
AT THE
lowest mem.
dwnoStc
H.B. SHADWELL & CO.
(Oi-1-OSI.TE COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVK KIR-MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THK WKOT EJJP WITH
excellent Hreari and superior Oroceries liave just purehsswl Mr. WttUa'a
lease of ttio Bakery, lately owned by F. Kimble, on Columliia Stmt, and wfll ke«f-
Uie two houses open for the accommodation of the public. They enrjage to supply
floods of Uie very beat rleairiptlon and at the lowest possible price.
iff floods delivered to all parts of the (.ity frae of charge.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
IMPORTEHH ANII DEALERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
New Weatmlnater   Vanoouver a Victoria. jm
wiisli (Eolnmbiim
r »3D
Contmnnicfttioiu.
A Word for the "Herald."
I Ufa  not in
Win j editors  with
ttt still -fence in^a
while an ill-judged  and  mischievous
article seems to c*U .JuMdly for comment fi-om jS!imd;;li'qarter. Inmy
opinion one such appears in & lute
issue of ..-.the Vancouver Herald, in
wlAftle'wiV* &£*!*£ *-tfv *»W
sneers at the "moral rejiyimwa. VJle
scorns to deplore the fsol that tHtfy uro
''unknown by name and to tame."
Aliimsl;.,*>vorfeliody wM jid|mt ilut
motflf-Wftrm -is' sadly ■'needed-, Ml
around us, and if this good work be
left for nameless individual*fo prosecute, then all the more disgraceful is
the fact tn thosu who are known by
name and to fame. He airs'the antiquated duubt as to the possibility of
making men moral by aot of par.ia-
meinr^Tnrnflt-affftffi thsr anybotty
of any intftltfceDoe over hinted at the
possibntiy^Pi auclta tbipK." Acts of
parliament are as n rule made for the
purpose of being *' a terror to evildoers; at least, that, coupled with the
hope of saving the rising penoratjon
from the drutikitrd'n lire, death, grave,
nnd eternal doom, Is the aim and object i>l all tli« temperance aula ever
frnmed or sought to be framed. He
speaks of the inefficiency of the Dun-
km act aiid-tbe 8«ttac|p'..fl siipptesi--
ing tho iiqitor**t^ffl>[f Tfre>-"wtitei»
surely has fwhd-a-niarira rresh Does
anybody in possession of his ordinary
reasoning powers wonder at the comparative inefficiency of such acts f (I
deny that they have been utterly barren of good results.) With all the accumulated mass of temperance laws
burdening our statute books to-day,
we--^-|ot^V'fV)S3e***on of KtelB-,
perafco" ac? ^orftiy oj^the *"jn»mJM
Ettfw meagre Wight to-j** pasted -by,,
the men* tifte^perunoe fiaa been jo
maimed, lamed and maltreated by its
foes during its passage, tbat it would
be something akin to a, miracle were it
fully effective. We regard the liquor
traffic, with its numerous attendant
evils, as a foul ulcer upon the fair
form of cJH^i^flon, Hie-' radical cuW
for which lie nig ite speedy removal by
the knife *|fjcgii4 prultlbition. Ib it to
bo wonjbreaatl then, that the evil is
in some respects aggravated when the
knife is so persistently dulled and,
nicVedntidbe.it, arid that, Ijoo, by the]
very parties who afterwards twit temperance people with being a parcel of
well-meaning but addle.pated cranks?
The writer winds up his article with a
of Humbugs. Could any wind-up be
more appropriate! How it comes thnt
the Vancouver ffei-^4, aTtfeait of the
times in so mniiy oilier respects, tags
so far behind on the ternperanco question, is just one of those things which
" no fellow can tind out/' If the
" moral reform" party be what its
name impliei, then it is marshalled beneath "a oahner and"enga'ge'(l in a In-
umphal march before which King Alcohol and all his attendant retainers
must succumb finally and soon, 1 am,
air, yours, J. J,
^ov. If, 1880.
1*41
fairly well placed as a southern dw-
triliuting centre, in the same way that
ImXlfelriSitftig^ttwS the up*p#
mining district*. Secondly, because
the forty-five odd millions of gold already taken out of British Columbia,
did not by a large majority come out
of tho Kootenay but out of the Cariboo
and northern districts. - The original
location, therefore, woujd lmvo accommodated hv tha. northern aud southern
portions or Britjrii Columbia ni*eti;in
"ally other. "
But the Kootenay district is accessible from the Northern Pacific railway,
and to n. large extent independent of
1 the I _&» oPfae Canadian Pacific railway. As to that portion of the Upper
Columbia river now accessible from i.
Golden Ci^, a-ioml»n.tivdy^itial^
outlay, would have made thnt district
easily ncoessibl*' from Sand Point on
the Northern Pacific railway; nnd it
Way be coiifliiteiitW maintained' that
ihb'Main line <* -thc Canadian Pfccifl*-'
.railway, as at presont situated in Brit-
' iA Colairittii is good for opposition to
tlie Northern Pacific railway, and good
foi; no . reason, Dominion, physical,
'constructive! geographical, or; any
other kind whatever.
It will nppear, therefore', for the
reasons net forth; that in British -Col-"
ttinbia Oauadtf fya located her. national
base line withositapy regard whatever
to tho principal resources of British
Columbia, and that in w fur as her
position is concerned comparing it with
that of tlie new' provinces east of the
Rocky mountains, and the impetus
given to them by the construction of
the road, that tliese last have derived,
more benefit in proportion than the
province of British Columbia. But it
Jiiia--been set forth-before in our columns, that the pi^ndUlf artery of
British Coiumbin fo*-purposes of internal development was north and
south, which will, of course, apply to
lines of communication by land, water
and all kinds, tributary to the main
line of the Canadian Pacific railway,
coming in from the south as well as
from the nortii; for the great silver regions pf Britisli Coldtablt (mtyenetty
deserve communicator a»weU« ftps!
cf the gold districts. In this Connection, therefore, it should be observed
that no sectionalism or conflietion of
local interests should be allowed to
militate against any railroad scheme
brought up in tlie local honse whether
for the north or the south Bide of the
Canadian Pacific railway, but rather
thit the members from mil -parts of the
country should give eaeh other inter-
cluuigeable help on joint and several
interest.
To return to tlie point made in reference, to the Canadian Pacific Railway, it tnay be argued-with great consistency on the port of the province'
that as j nature had indicated certain
welt defined geographical linos of internal communication that could not
FACTS CONCERNING TNE PROPOSED ROAD.
he Caniulian-ftci
%y*the bo'mfaio-ir
78 by way of Tote
North Thompson
economically
mineral interests
,1 that region
)f ^th-aJBraser riVer
was made accessiblo tA'>fiiiMU[ and
prospecting liy the Tete JauneVicJie
locution. One short Btrotofc.Of j(p*»l
steamboat navigation und a Comparatively easy road through !K) miles of.'
perfectly .well known country woilld?
lmvo mude connection with the Cariboo mines, lt is for many reasons to
be regretted that the originnl govern-'
niuut .locution of the Canadian Pacific
rai|^V wa*f i-tiofc* adopted - iu. Britiili
Columbia, as theVe can tie no doubt of
its capability to serve a multiplicity of
important interests far in excess of
those of the route adopted. All that
stretch of country situated upon the
uortJMidj^of Uw * rasvr river, although
i* «* ^ '|^r(l>^mit'linl«clMi•
bi^■ll,|-•t l%bt8udlr;teFticHlof
the afre-it, is'art by oiiy m«i.s on unknown country.
The color of gold can be,, and has
been, found in almost every creek
coming into the Fraser from the north
side*, eiwally. with tiiusu coming iu
frnhf tm eArtHfiiMJkotiilrsfde. On
onu of the former creeks good prospects of coarse gold were found among
Hi*. headst-aton. many yean ago. On
tlijdtitt| Fpifk of. diu-LFmier.a party
■■fiu-dik-worked for mure thau a year.
It is to be presumed that they found
something or they would nut liave
stayed so long, and report hns it that
although reticent about their success
they were genciiilljr well satisfied with
the results juI 'their labors. The supply of water end ths quantity <.f gravel
available for hydraulic work upon the
north side of the Fraser is enormous.
The while- of' this region -was available
from thtf original location of thu (.una-
■lian,_. Paoific railway by way of Tete
•lauue Cache, by the simple exnedieut
of due steamdr on the upper bend of
the Fraser river, Wliiiih afforded uninterrupted steam navigation for a
strotehof 120 miles below Tete .latme
Caohe. To make this same country
accuusible now would require au extension of the 250 or more miles from
Kaiiiloo#t(ftVibo<»fot a furfclier distance of 00 mile-., or an expenditure
covering 345 miles uf a branch to reach
n point of vital importanco to British
(luMa ti»*-wee-fonnerly situatt'd
uptjjtie ovM-J Ideetafl line of adoption. TfowJC* might'bo contended'
that it the present location of the main
line of the Canadian Pacifio railwuy
does not serve tho northern portion of
»'te^^i.di-
olmling the Kooteiiay distriot. Ilut
this aiyuin.iit is neither logical or tenable: flint, because .K»wI»o*is was a
onniinmi -K-ltil'ilM"0* ™*"V •»■'"-'
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholCHomencss. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, und
cannot be sold ln corapoiltlon witli the
multitude of low list, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
ROVAT,BAKING POWOKK Co., 1041 Wall St.,
New York. 3fely
Port Hammonfl NnrsBiy!;
\TOW IS TH13 WMB TO SEND IN.
Xi your orders, If you want some of
those* nice" fruit or ornamental trees;
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario, Aft T return
about the middle of June to settle up my
affairs there nnd comeout this fall with
the Btock toi?" my nursery llOre: and will
select and'bring your ordem rluht nlong
with me for this fnll nnd next spring's
planting, I will-satisfy all both as to quality of trees and fruit, Jind I will bo Rett led
here In the business so you will know
where to And me. All cominunlentions
after the middle of Jimemuy beiuidi-essed
to me at Bowmanville,Ont,,or tddirleton
-fc Harris, Port Hniiimond.
'-       Q.WV HKNAV,  '■
my22tc ,. Port Hammond P.O.
TElWtBNEOAUNa-8.
P. 0. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
l!
be igtand without muling the most
im*-ortaiit interests of the -prWina. t«
suffer, so she may now claim from thc
Dominion such suj-p-ementary aid to-
-Railm
'wards building the'C'inibooBiiilmiy us
would'' Jiave been nffcrilefl by-the muiii
line of the Canadian Pacilic Railway,
had it been located with reference to
tlie interest* of thu province instead
of those- of the corpuimtiou to whom
the building of the road was entrusted.
"Of-» put the same idea into slill otner
words, that having allowed the main
line tn bo built in the wrong place for
tlie interests of the country, the Do-
minion should assist the pitivinco in
!jetting at .tiie main line from points.
hat it might lio»e been, but .was uot'
neither difficult to understand nor fur
to foresee. If the French people keep
,r», and A[i\ Lesseps
...•tie, ttwr-JfeiuMun canal will be
finished, wliatover the pessimists may
how much European freight would be
handled by American lineal Next to
flono; tlieffcfoBB.oUic.. lines within a
transcontinontal poo) must look tu the
development of their own local resources for their future traffic, us iitli*;
erwise tiiey could only divide the Pacific fwiglitB intended for American
consumption, and this would appear to
be rather a ltati bone for the transoon-
tiuenMlilui(B ta pick. Their tint care,
thurtforo, - will bo- to foster branch
lines tliit.hclp to develop important
la t eral.''.'ind uBtries;t*which*'brings us
baok by reaaouubio inducttoii to understand why (gm Canadian Ricific
railway companV will uis tvsry means
within their power to faottitate the
construction of those btaptf
which are in the near future hT
important to them as to the pi
interests that tbey are intend!
strva.- But tto-4 experience--.of the
?Mvimo goes to' jrova that thu €ana-
diart Pacific nJwsy people are far-
sighted enough to see their own interests. The province, therefore, need
not fear tho nearly co-operation of the
company in tha milter of advancing
that project that would be to the
province what the return Mood ts io
the heart, and to the company, the
areatest traffic development they can
ever look forward to upon, the western
end of their system.
As a practical illustration of the impetus that rosy be given to a mining
centre by rnilway communication, it
may be mentioned tlmt at pruaeut
rates frum Ashcroft to O»ribo» a ton
of goods thnt costs itt-oiit #120 to deliver in Uurkemth- would, under a
tolerably high tariff, be d'elivmivA thure
for about 910 per ton at the outside,—
From the Colonist,
.■■■■-.'.■-j -.■■.n-Tt-mi WTT7
The *• Biitish Dinner Cniiipiiiiy''
(limited) is now undi-r way, with, its
specialty, iu London, n dnimrr ennsist-
itrg of a basin of good s/iup, a. .dish. of
muat rn- fish, two i-irl'ions bf vegula-
blea, and a slice of bread, for sixpent'e.
Thb nnilcinoted dividuiids are 30 per
cent. The first issue of 5,000 shares
weru offerod at par und quickly  taken
~
*-L'i*_.-.*a-; 'a.
ford, writes: "I
.\li«. A. Nelson, Bnintford,
wus a sufferer from Clnonic Dyspepsia
for eleven yeurs.   Always aftep eating-^
aninteuia burning wuaatiou UttliMto-'.
macli, at' Minus very dismmhk. ctiised a
i-i-ooptitg   und   lniiguhfv' ftelm-^, whfch*
would last for several hours after rutm-*..
I .was recommended by Mr. 1'opplawell,
('liemint, of our oity, to try Northrop A
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery nnd Uya-
peptic Care,-und I snt tliaiikful tosiyr
that I -Have not b^on l»ettm* for yfear*
that burning spiisatlon aud languid fueling has nll gone, and food doi-u not In
te)avy ou my stoinscb.   Others of my
mlfyhh*«\fsed It wlttf hMf NAilts."
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
i Groceries & Provisions.
LUHDBOM'3 BLOCK, Columbia St.
dwau3to ,     . .
HACK FOR HIRE.
n-IHE nl-DKIWIONED linu ostalillslieil
X hllinncitmtlic'c'ltVW Xe*uyiistmlu-
slorwltii o piilst-l'i.ass ■•■■.
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open for Eiitmci-uient* at
■ verv moderaie rharges.
Onlers left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone.'will bo promptly'attended
o day or ntgtit. Stable next II. Elliott's
.   JOB.OATEft.-1
Telephone No. 31». ...    mylte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOVMENT BUREAU
Fprnlshes all Kinds dr Help '
Frie or Charge.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OE SEM, A
Busliic-jis, take ii partner, etc.
OFPIOEi Fpit H'reat, iM'twfen Douglas
anil Bronr-Jhton, VlOTOniA, B. C. P.O
box CH. liiha
and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OX HANJ> A
' large quantity of
REST \VELLI\GTOi\ LUMP €0AL
Ami un assortment of
CORD wood;
Which lie will iei I at lowest rotes.  He
will nlno promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McOoll's store on Co-
lumliio Street, or at my house, DoukIiis
street, will meet with prompt attention,
HENRY ELLIOTT,   j
NewWestminster B.C. JHylOto
VK XJ
WHITE
IS .'KINOI
500,000 NOW IN USE
And bnring the Highest Tostimo-
r   nials from all who uno them.
Tlje Cheapest and Best Machine In the Market.
Oall- nnrl .xaiiilne llieni i lie-ore golnt
flsewliei*. lit
Chas. J. Robson's
OpoRllefnlnlllilnlHnlel.
PBUIT STORE,
ilnn'Jte
m
PT-d ¥!-E'Pi'Vr'
FisbiGameStare]
WM.M.VI&XW
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOl)
supply of
Fresb and Salt Water Fist
. Gh-A.-M_.HI IN 8BLAJ90XT.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.;
Purchases will be delivered Jn any pnrt
of the fllty ttm ot charge        d-Jlyaiyl
.. Ritivn nijiu  uy j'ou, bo me or
i put to the most severe test,
i surrounded w large qnantl-
tnd bacon, aud we nre pleased
DRUGGISTS I
Sew Westminster- B. €.   ■
f.\,\jtl, , \i ">hioto , U._L ,j L,
IMPEEIAL
FIRE INSURANCE C0MH.
I Olid Broad St. and 10 Pali. M*u,
1        LOITBOK J' /.x
INSTITUTED1808. j
POE INSURING HODSK8 4 OTHER
Buildings, pood., Ww.-, ijorolian-
diae, Manufacturing anil Ffcnniiig Stock,
Ship, in Port, Harbor or Dock, ami the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also. Ships bnllil-
lag anil repaMng, Barges anrl other Ves.
sele on navlgnblc rlvera aad canals, nnd
'.Good, on board auch Veaaela, throughoiit
Great Britain and Ireland an. in Foreign
€ountriea,
KHOM LOSS OR BAMAflKBI TIM.
8uh_cribed and Inverted Capitol,
:m_6QO£>QQ :STWs
Rates of Premium andeviry inform.,
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTBONe,       '
Agent for New Wertminator.
TESTIMONIAL!
'Vantoamj.SSrd'J'Me^l'8i6. '•-
Mtt. G. HOBEftT-lbN,
- Vancouver:':
Repreaonllnf Goldlu £ MeOulloch,
jj s/iT        j-  .„.; •■' Oelti'Ont,
Sik.-_Wp the aiidemlttnod having witnessed tho terrible lire which wiped out of
existence .the young- city of Vancouver,
on the J3th Inst., liave, after the Are, examined thn safes Bold by you, some of
wlilcli were put to tlia—	
having been iur       ' -'
tlcHofl.nlaiHl ..........	
to testify to the reniarhnble manner In
which overySftfe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and pnpcm,
but also thousanila of dollar. In papot
money wero taken out in perfeet condition. We con, therefore, with the grent-
CHt confldence, recommend them na thoroughly fire proof:      j
I* A, Hamilton, for the Cunadlan Pacific
Railway Compnny;   M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John ,f. Blnko, Htlpendlnry Ma-
gtstrnle; ftich'd. Alexunder, Justice of
the Peace; John Boullbce, Police Mngls-
tHite, City of Vancouver; Thomiis Ililnii,
Justine ot tho Peaco; Isaac Jobns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Ilonl Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rriukln,
Real Estate Broker! rlthor * Edson,
Roval Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. I'. R,; J, *,V. McFarladd.Port Mopdv
lo Vancouver and English 'Bay; F. tf.
Innea A Co., Heal Eatato Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broken  Gravely A
Spinks, RealjEstnteBrokorSj'-R, C. Fer-'
fc'ilson.Mgr. K.C. P. Mills. JoSCtc
Just Received via C.
P.*'R. pnipi: carrlpad of
Stoves and 'Ranges.
TheseStdvesarefl-Om
thfe celebr$tedfthn of
of Ei;.p 'O.^ G-ujrney &
O o. and a re well
kttowni, to.be tite best
in the market. Par*
ties desiring Stoves
will d<?iwfii to: givo us
a call before purchas-
ingi elsewhere, as we
are luring: these,
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
rp6m tor two more
carloads now on the
way.
E, S. SCOULLAR & CO.
dlinl.lti ■'■■  ''.    COIiUXBLt! STREET,   r
Has juat received for the Holidays a fine '
.   assortment 61 Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENT8'
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
J   from $25 tb $55,
ladles Size American Stem-
wlHdiHg Gold Watches, at
. .$32:80.'.
BIXEHBSE-We do not «ll "filled"
Wotohea and Jewelry as solid gold. ......;
Our good, are guaranteed fust aa represented, anil prices lower than any
other house in B. C. ..','.',
,„.„,„  COLONIAL BIXM3C,
NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
 .dM**c '     .'
ASSOCIATJPN.
Vunaalrar.fUal.... .....*ll,«-W,tM
Full &$m't Deposit
Head Office. Toronto, Canada
A. HOMeIoMPANY;
Tin'... Association merits the
confidence the Public ia reposing in it'from-.-the "following
FACTS:-      " '
The Stic-irLy offered ito polioy holders ia
tinsurpasHed by uny Company doing business tn Canada,
It ban no w.hemen at Inmirance, but iho
well-ONUiblliUfiii linen, hence tho policy
holders cunnot bo misled ■ an tn their contract*.
ImflMtement--to ih« public (ianbs read**
llymnderalooil, Its cash -statement showing every item of inronieuud how expended.
Its position iKoscertnliiPd annually-from
a detailed valuation in which overy Hem
of liability is Included,
Its im.uress Iiiih been' unexampled in
tlm tibrtory nf hnmrnnwtn Canadar**'-'"*^'
ltd pollcleH nre liullsputabla after three
yours, and nou-foi'fel table after two ypnrn'
existence,
Itn profltH nro distributed upOnan «)tilt-
able basin. The protlts to one class or
policy holders nre not le.ineuco to give
larger profltH to nny other clnss, which
metliotl affords superior itdvAiitagflsover
the uniform bonus plan df distribution.
Llbtral CttiidHlenii as U Hntldrnce asd
■rravel.
J. K. MncboNA^r ,
'Managing Dlreotor.'
T.R PEARSON & DO.
AifentA, New WeitmlnHtei
Je7-2*iir>.ii||*.nis|#,
''Importer mid Dealer in
■y.-.-i'/, .■•* v Mjatowa.;).i •-■*  ,......
i^craiOHS;
Importedin quantity,
Pirst^Olass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in -the
Oily to buy your,
Groceries.
D.McPHADlN,
Deana'a Briolc Bljok,
NBW WESTMISSTEB, B. (I.
taW
What Pnvmoimii l«y Mwi tiii'
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption, has Air some
time beeu recognised by .Medical Men to
be the-most, simple and oflbotoal means1
of couveyhitf to Diseased Otnuu.f'Onra-
tlvfs," botln c|iwh of Kidney ulseaseaad
Complaints attfnilnuf thereon, successful
treatment wns prncllcably Impossible unit) the Introduction of the Htarr-Kidney
Pad, It oosts less than a Hlugle'prHsrlp--
tloti ninl Ir linmenHtirably mwv* drriitk*
mid effective than ony timntitj/af Internal
Medicinal dotiny, Worn im mediately over
(be Heat of THBCnse, Its imratm properllfes
liecomc BbKorbod Uy the dtsoiiHod ond en-
fee bled Organ*,continuously and directly,
ns rer-itired to Iiimiw tn return (hotr healthy aotion nnd orlalitnl vigour, It Is oom-
 "- * -.tli"-* -" ■*-'       -"- "
furtnblo to Che pntlnit nnd plemmot In Hh
eflbots, nud cures whon not li Ina else can,
,m._. _.._...__ ,,_■....._.«.._! -(j-jAmiHlshes'posli
A moro valuable
The Ht'ftrr kidney Piwl necSmi
live, decisive results.   '
Jiscpvery ns a truo remedy for Kidney
DInoiikcn wns never in nde.—Jtfemffif (Jattite
Theatarr KMney fail* mnnufactured
ln Toronto, Is a pcrmunont sure cure for
tll-it'iv-cH, dlHordvrs ami ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary Secretive
H-wtem, nr nttendaut cnmplninw, pausing
pain In tlio small of the bnck. slues, etc.,
producing urluary disorders,snch as too
frequent, H-ranty*; dtfflnult; pnlnfntor copious micturition, inability of i-etenU/in »ml
sedimentary ome, ilmpNlrSla-fmptoms,
fltc.,dcnntlng tho presence In tlio system
of dlsonsoH common to the urinary Becre-
tlveoi-ganH—known as gravel, catarrh of
I'll by A. M. HBRIUNO llllll IXH.OIJHI|S
* CO., Nnw Wwlinln-tiTj T, McNCT!-
I.KV, f,nililiir'« l.nnillnir: if. MttfoWKIjI,
* CO,. HARTINOK RAW MUili COi, THK
VANCOUVKIl UIIUQ CO.. Yam-juverj
W. K. MiCAiiTNEV A nW».,Vimponvef
niH'C-miilonirl t. ttsuovmi,. Y.l.i *,
Hi JthOAW, ritcat Vall.r»IHJ OLARK A
KmnlnnpH.
iiwRi>3n.vi
CHANM OF TM TABIL
leave .« MONDAYS tor &ai|wiiHi
nna w«T placet, raturtrlng on TM-Kln-ir.
,  IioaveaoiiTHUJS«DAYB lor-Hop. .ud
wny plneea, returning ou Baturdaya.
■ilwjud'te .';','■ C^PT. IWalii-y.iMa-lelr,; \
It
AtBION
JAllgimSBl, Proprietor.   .
MQNU-^fe'si'AbsiO'.Bs'T^-US,'
XKtSXlk AND CMs&M.itli*-'^
;, 'NiTijnB -IA-kbiiE,■*_;"
Pertona living at a dlafanee, by .Hiding
ailenci.iuliiriufwliliiuieyiilili.i'an have
dealgu.,prieea,ete.,turnfalieilon appllea-
tion. All w6rk guaranteed equal to any
on. tlio Puclllii Conai, and nt reaaonable
ratea.' N,Br--Noagent.employed.        •'
(JortonrStreeti Vlttorli,B.O.
Opp. BU Andnn'a Prcabyterlu Obure.h
mlil3tc ,,       ,      .
UOHNS.COX,
Importer and Ucaler |n
teaK'
U***I.*}*)I**0
WHITE LBOHOnnt,
BROWS LBeHOBHI,
 mouth Rttcn ..
'■tiAttaautmasi
P1TMO
OX*,
WHII- Cr..t«d Blaek PoUuda,    '
Oul».ar»»v»l., -,imSmt-,
. •    -Willi. C.kln DjM-k..
;,-  pu.qi^ft.a, noid.iia.
WkBlnlaanil Egga supplied at low ratea,
aiHTalt atonic guaranteed. .    '    ■•-■
Royal Avenue, Kust orOourlwBt.
;.;. j  ,    .^.mllSt*; ....,..'
New Westminster- com Harbor
aiid Seattle Boole.
loi) (J. W. TARIE, Maater.) ..   uim
Willi, LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
* TtaMky *-.r«I...H.'.l«*, tor
New I Weatmlnater and Coal JHarbor, »la
Port Townaend and the latanua; anltHat
New Weatmlnater on--Frlday tonnoon,
leave, (or Coal Harbor about tin bona
aflerwarda; loavel COAL HARBOR Trb
day JSlikl lor Seattle.
'. Fare ta aeallle, .......HM    '
Ft»^l.i-»erloa, .      .    iM'
Special ratea to nieKhanU.        apIOte
A Private Go
t tt.Vl*,
WILL Bf. OPENBD AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
'     ON—   ,    .
MONDAY, AIMBT l«. 1886.
mHE'  UllILDINO   HAS   IS   LAROK
X,   ItoorriB and la well (unU.bed.wltk
rcglater grotcri, bath roonia, Ac., 4c.
8ft.Ilonl opportnnille. lor all' kind.ot
licultiifuleicei'irlHeii.lncliidlngtH-allngaDd
bathing. ., -,
Pnplln will be made moat comfortable
and their general welfare au-atsllrreon-
aldercd.,   ■ ■        ,, . i. , .       ,       .
h t-WKKKI ITATf OUKtTtlWTaM
will be.raulntalued.,
EiirellontfacllltlMWIII
int-rnetlbn In  Rmdak,...tMamkuUS,
vrh"!i*ri?.r.;';.V!?-«*8,,,)J,cu-
ApiDloatloM HerUM, H.IWOMM and tall1
Juno 9,1886.
■ d wjlyai tc
"I tnko only on-ijttgMuWeekly paper,
The Sitectator, and one Canodlan, The
Week, aud aa a nils I.shottld be nuziied to
say which Itdiould inlu>mnst/'-Proiaa
letter hy TIioiuiih Huf-bos, author of ."'Com
Brown's School Days?' r-iir-*-! ,,
The Week:
A I aaadlaa J.arMl .r P.lltlH, tMlrly
1   aad Ulrraunr.
PUBI.I8IIEII RVBKY THURSDAY, AT tJLU
.    PER AN.NtDt.        ,.
Independent In |K>lltlo-l,J THE WEEK
appearabyacomprehenalv.DahleotOon-
umla to the dllRnent Mtte.whlohej.lat
within the circle of a ennured borne.
An average of flfleeu ahort, orttp Editor-
Si'V^-UmSft^fflfhttttESSi^fc:
ITIC6 and MTEBATURE.
Amongst the nfulauontrlbntms Is Professor QuldwhiSmimianftailMHiigulibed
public man In Lonuon nas kindly undertaken to supply regularly an English
Letter. Paris und Waahlngton Lstten
will appear, at regular Interval*.
ln addition there are speoial oonlrlbm
tions, /rom some oLUteablvst writers In
the IVimliilon and tlit Uoltod States.
has now entered upon Its third year with
must encouraging prospects, and with
many new features. '"'   ''•-*    '
C. BLAOKETT UOBIKSON.
6 Jordan St,tToK>nto,Ont.
Sample copies free on application.
THK WEEK Is oaeol too most lofluen.
.lul Journals In Canada.~TruthtLondeni
England. ,     *   f»M
MONUMENTS
milE UNUEItBIO.NKD HAH SEiiN AP-
I irolnUvl iiiu'iil in llrltlalit'rlninblafar
thtae b.MHIful murium..!-, Kui| panie-
ular. aa to price, and deatgna on application, ■_■■',    ciiAo. i.'i\omm,,; ■
Al the Prull nnd Confectionery Hlure.op-
jjoalleColonlal Holol, Now WMknl-uMr.
HA!
MUJOiO   YJIAO *„.-
r..ssi....insli i
. A.'HWUJOO H3II
.. ..ir.i.'f ■:■; I,
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Stationery,
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.niji'IJ s-.'i-
i'jl'J lo :■•[ MiOllo /.
' JMOOWVUlOIIj ,\r,r.,1ls,
;$iy&ffli
,,'f.
A 'lair?,
ml   e.fl'
TbeiI_-_rf€_itrStoclic*Brth6,MiH*i*
'  land,  and jwwn-i'ii.'tq'i. *.<i'i„,'i
Ita!
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