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VOLUME 1
¥21
Jl&H'vlil
W-BWIUN-WER, a
S«*B WfilMitf>mW«i
Saturday Evening, Xeveasker 13. ISM.
The people of Manitoba must be
hu a bonania in threshing Biggs
and telling forth the Springfield forgery affair. For goodness sake, give
us something, else for a change. Oive
:WW
telling ui how bad our politicians
are, but giro ns an account once in
awhile of the doings of the good
ones—thatis if, there are anr—and
if you USt 4U mtfitstVfmsont in
the field then let us have a new
batch, for we believe we have men in
the country yet who could run our
county-council likeprovinoialgovern-
m-fctW^lfp*^"**--**
far less expense to the country than
either party,—Stonewall Newt.
Ihe convention of .the Protestant
Episcopal Church at Chicago seems
to have called into play, in a remarkable mam
tendencies whichsej-tre
the bosom of
side there appears to have been an
attempt formally to divest the
Church of its Protestant character,
on the othebte bring it into avowed
comn*aaion!jJ**|A y**".. Protestant
OhuWhfe.J"3sLJK--■W"" -*° strikes
out "Protestant'' from the title, and
upon this the clergy were about
equally  divided, while   the laity,
DENtfl-*, r
Oolonlal Hotel,
l»«-*l-Stf--Wie'i,'Bi0,*
-pveWOLF SMITH, M.D.
•&m*if if* >***£**<>*', Mil-
rlns's Drug store.
omqE HOMfclli tr.lrr.tt la noon, £ b
to 6; and 6:80 to S p. m.
'■''tXLl.t2.fc—S
physician * stmstetsSv *> 01 p
OFF-OB and HSSimENOE-fkunll St.
r'-inert dSort*i|-»rr«ief*" KcMt), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, KO,
OFFICE HOURS-* to 10 a. m.| Itoland
t#mrWMsm<mi,w>
^*m**m
MEftC.tWNTS,
WflJUir gTRBET • Tl(n»«*
amitts _ro»
North Brltteb and Mereutlte
Ingnranee do. for Malnttiid.
aS8_Vr*q|PAY E*pHINO, NOVEMBfeS' 13',' I88B."
i f1 ifrir 1 "
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Manufacturers and Importers of
Harness. Saddles, Brl
J*      "hips, etc.
H.C.
Him Hh
■^_S?*e__-    1
Omo_*~0*w-R*'«i**"lM <)**1i
Btoar, eafa-sbta M,3Ww Westminster,
Will visit Chilliwhack the lint Monday
 jfoll--wiUe?4ays' --	
Offloe. Mokensle Street, New Wesliuluiler,
and Vnncouver, B. C. JyJldwto
185 to 112.
escape  from
This was probably an
eventual  disruption.
There are in the Episcopal Ohuroh
two atfoMPft-M VettSe *rom
each IM<LlA M_l'M°'"*t<S. as
fundamentally as it is possible for
Christians to differ, and only by
historic accident Comprehended in
the same organization.   One, which
a^fe^lSM
Eucharistic Real Presence, Baptismal Regeneration, and a priesthood
with a rpowa- of absolution:; The
.other believes in hone of these
things, and looks, to a totally different source of spiritual life,    Ono
latfa-rlitf; «n« <-I Mj*
ito all Protestantism" was the start-
iliig note of the first Tractarian
trumpet. In everv synod and election the antagonism bet**eenjhe
two parties is W*W, ffffl
thero nothing to mediate between
them schism must sopn ensq*. But
thero is a ja^gfe *i«i_t!«l{eitaent
which, holding all die controverted
doctrines in solution, chares to the
ljefo-^hl^<>-t,,*ganisation,
and the Church of its baptism. By
this th* Church will bo held togeth-
t^Mdmsg'simi fatal question is
not forced to a decisive issue. But
a formal rejection of Protestantism
coufattti-kjisll to be followed by a
large Protestant secession, It is
difficulty see how it oould fail to
b«fo_*o<*<' by an ultimate r->-abs»rp-
tion of the "Catholic" akwAtLinB
the Church of Rome. 'WMMfAM
movement was made in the form of
"ThH *«•• *_Jli*Ato JSiMend
cordial greeting to the assembly of
the CsXf^nm.tU,i,\Xty-relf then in
sessionfir xnb"l_mie Mtjj*a(rtl express
to them its devout hope that the de-
»?Bj8-W toTOl^l Ood md
the advancement of tlieir common
OhristianitjJ'f JftH[would, of course,
be offi-tniM ts '5 thorough-going
High  Churchman, in  whose eyes
ftM**»*W^JW™£
If seems, however, to point to the
only .-to* »1 umtittiattirtUnBl-tac-
tlcable among the Protestant
Churches, Tha doctrinal differences
might not be insuperable; to those
who know that ntl hlrtory.itlusT,
may seem little more than fancies;'
But  the  organisations are deealy
considerable degree, to real differing trom education, class, bt1 national,
a-Mtu**.''**^^
rt-drnjtoeri. w**fM'««Vef aul .«•*<•
who are attracted by Methodism,
nor would it be possible to get those
who find Anglicanism congenial to
them' to become Methodists.   The
hffltt
rtta
of baptism w
binds Baptists together, and separ-
tianity, partnership in good works,
association on the charitable plat-
fena, aitd pathapa «naaionaliitUh--
<*»ng», C* (M^JiS>'»«*--J--»(|^«rI
largest measure of unipn at.jFfpseflt
within reach. Protestantism must
be content-to tegardittaU MriplHtt-
ally a single Church, with a variety
of eoolesiastioai orga.nisaj.ions.—The
'^BflBiil
1LBEKT 1. HULL,
...       CIVII, EMQINE
-mf *
OFFICE-tone aoof lSir-£*"oi 	
Corbould A HcColl'e, McKensle Street.
•OOtfi^.lQl him
WALTER J. W11.KCB,
rainmuA r!'J asm epooU .arm 1    .ai.ooO '
Aadlter, AoeaMtaat, fee.
tjri-t lima*
n*i
* *n>rrnerryi_i'ws»,"__in « nnrnnan,
.a to announce that he will resume but-
'*}»».* r_ II    .{,lir,.i,lJJ/-,JiU..
* Sarve-or.Ss-\■_•***•Mrakeraud.  '
Caaveyaaeer
On and after the 21st Instant. .Olliee, Hew
Caledonia Hotel, Hurray St., Fort Moody.
jflftafltto"
T."
ColumMl
•m,
'ettminster
-llllll  Hlf32fl-&ji0 hui-   ,- vi ■;-> ij- -id'-i
All commissi,. wjU t jreoelve prompt
and careful attention.    Beit references
given when required.        >     - mhl_M*
■;^p,Fe^RiSr
UKDj HI ul 6EHEUL iSSR
tent JKllOeW collector.
'_\M&t-\&t
ACtlMNT IISIIAIlt OtturtSI.
■Urtrejra. Ceaa.
BEETON 4 CO.,
• ■■'•■■•^t-Waii-itfll
''.   ."I! '    rl lj  I    I I!.I    .Ili-.J
' kftnbfaeturer A imj
!; § JUets, «a|i sail «sr|en|
,. -JadeloOrdw andKeptan
w4tnti,Jv'.	
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
  mhlte
THE CLARENCE
' Oii-Mr Titts a Bougia»ttmt_,
yiJtn-QRtA, t. c.  ^
FIMIKQ. IIICHMDS.Jl.   •
lESKI
TOOEISTSr HEADt-UABTEItSl FIRST
Class ln every respect   Pally say-
rUe* wllk all CnTeaieaeesarlMera
MM <
p^femeat.'' nt^'Jitste'riJlf?'
Tats maa^illlcent Hotel Is U6w i
the reception of Quests.
S^No pains will be snared by the man*
ajament to make this Hot"' *
motive.
otel pleasant and
doesto
«-«---ularer an* Dealer tl '3 lf\
foots and Vm
tUTUB s Fiaomcs.
: -*-     ■-■-■■ ■■■ -jjcj-;.'.^--
111 Kinds or Hides ud Skin t»k
•ad Healoek Tailed, ,
CASK PAID FOR HIDES AHU-UUJUS.
ther -..„
Imported.
J havo seeured tha services of str. Wm.
l^%lS^sn_'^'i:^^*r
RHE Nlll
Tkat aid rellakle la.araarr < onpsa;
J»s;9lNfiH»lll.
Rates of Insurance as low as other
Companies.
Losses promptly paid and no
Uktu,. || u'lr-iwi
CHARLES MURRAY.
IMG, to.
irmt&mMstDD
, •'.'i0 JS***"' assortment of Wall Papor
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at boftom priMs/Sim"
pies on view at T. R. Pearson * Co.'s
-»sse;!_a_»'
FURNITPi
•;5I
Gas Fittings!
E, S. SCOULLAR & GO.
|    Are prepared lo Supply nnrl Emit,
Gas Pipe, &., ,„ ^
-tSimi Gas Fixtures,
AfclJ-WrytiilntrelaMhltothlsbhincli of
business. ., . . .,
tt— Experienced  and competent men
qnly employed, and   work  guaranteed
Ursfrclasaln everyresraWt.  Prices nelow
»*SWl.WSMioi *wj-it9ii' ,_vev
.   E.S.SCOOLI,AR,*Cfp.,   ,
d-jlyllKlr.Jiji'.   fjn*5oiikbraStre*JJ
Oolumbia
■,. [ :.(dw
UNBSWWYMS,
Ee.1 Estate, Insurtnee »nfl
FIU.1KL UCUIHT A JUUUHI IKUMIKI
JflffTU THnTT m&TtWG^wrTrl
.llllllilHMO ll-M
COLOMBIA STREET,
■ftfCeptibheas,'' ; th— WHTaninru.
' ""''      '','"    delstc!.'..'.      ',','"
mix & oo.,
' ' ' ..-iv;. ■'n.,-1 -n.!,.|i r,i
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BBOKERS,
... ..r.ul.n■! • 1 ---II ».' ■     ■ lot, ,41
ll, .{II i ril'1,1   l-n--»-l-I(ll in       nil   mo
Oe-joeral GommlKddnAg'te
'■VANOO UVKW.W.C;, '';;
,■■/,,:,-u___j—\   1
.wfcifti'M NEaOTIATBD.
fe_7to
VSSlkh BSTATB ■ROKBRS,
rlUfjl-lt.,.
I
      -....'Storkalo'h'all sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
KARJT tANtoa if superior quality for
sale at Clillllwhnck, Tort Hammond,
uqkS6mtm«, sunia., *a-Bd._W,U4;
ifer'sXandlns, tula Islnnd, Xorth Arm
•i^FSft^'TW-i in   j, ■,   ...  -nod   -,. r
^liOiJ a PROPHET,
Contractor and
:  JoliTllsJ-M all kMiWp'ratAptly attended
lirlll She*), dnottr
The Model Tailor
jj '•--'•. ,i j•■ • j  "■'■ji-
C»luttYlalt,!<e»V«tiail(ir<
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Sprint 8Uj_*,.we Invlt. Insaaeut'i't*
the finest seleotlnn of
• *-W»U» J. MMek,. ■ C. naaa,Mark,
Ever shown ln NewWestminster. We
have seeured tha servlcea .of MR. AUok
O'BAaAN.a pracUcal Cutlerwhohas bad
tonj expsrtence In IxinitW.Parls.and the
leadlns eastern clllos, and tot, GOOD FIT
and artlstlo style we defy eoApetltldn, '
rUbJItc     ' ■ ■:     ., | tH<18. WALSH,
AoitjKOfOfiBB.,
—AHIV—
flBncralOomiiBBioiilient,
BAMUFACTDRER OF
hHiMniK
-.)i*^-4-J5SrQ®*Ti3..'
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safes, Sewing Hachtues, *c, Ac,
,    BLACKSMITHINC    .,
Mw&^^^Mf'
Implements, nnd everything In tho
. HMWBWWMWWWMII
Ha.Ins secured drst-clruin workmen, we
feel eonndent of glvlaj satisfaction.
ttr Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw--|j«lto]? CoM*it»uaT.,NetW-Mi.)
i\i.lii.',l     /-);l"Yfi
foihnn
WflTTtBtTTWIMA
*   A'uile'Assortmentof
iil)S ,©OOrP§;{
-AND-
QR-fSPCE-mM
.oiw-yrArtpNhand. 'f*;"j
HAVING HAD KXTKN8IV1. KX-
• perience In California ami. elsewhere In 'he above business, I am now
prepared to tako chargo of, aay. sales,
auction or otherwise, tkat the
may favor ine with.   '
«uq», KIIm, Cirlrldges,
M'rIljlUiW   -'-■
tltt,
H-itr,
(iekle, titstti- '
Oitlery,   »■<   Mr-. ■
OUMmre,
TO BR RAD  AT THB OLD STAtflD,
':'';ttta\-m A*THf, ' .■ V;
Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA ti-nWIT. i I
dwaulTto .;■
Administratrii Motice.
TO OTIOE IS IIKHHBY UIVRN THAT
1*1 nllpersonstndebtMlilthalaleJoahua
Alwood Reynolds Hniiier, formerly of
New Westminster, deoaaaan, ara i-Nfulrsd
to pay theamonnt ur their Indebtedness to
theundelalined, forthwith, and all per-
sons having any claims against tire vatate
are required to furnish particular, theraof,
duly verified, wllhlng two Months Ml*
thMdate.
SOPHIA K. HOMBIl.
Admltilsiratrlx.
Dnta* New W,* , Oat, tlNh, IHWi
aiica. Feed
IAL-S*A'»DRETiIU*'   :
wnor.1
.HOITI'.I f.'^tritk-. ...[   *.|m
WOOD AXD I'OAl DEUVKIID T»
kXX PART IF THE CITT.
We run two stages d'atly'excepts'undays,
to Fori Hualy, carrying H.M.8.: malls.   .
As ao liquor nrtoboroolsused.weoan by
lernptrriilc llniills imd careful 'eoonbriij
st-rvo tbe imiillc at especially low rates, .
 *  -.' rtwut'Snti- ' ■••   '.■•
MANUPA«UR»i-! k«- fiEABERS IN
ALL KINDS ©F-FUBNITCRE.
,y, ■■'.  Imr. .liwlit' ftltqtttoitl BjalJt t-l
REMOVED
Columbia
Call and examine our stock and
NUMBER 81
OOME AND SEEI
t-^S
the »
HOLOEN,
m  POSSESSION OF
the Episcopal Cta|Bli, and now £|owa
ns-uiB -jj
Board por day.
FOR SALE.
tjiiii* lease, imUiiRi-iAinis
- ..-. •'?ttw«lHinoirn ilrarHU,™^,
next the,Holbrook House, F.joatg.fwir
Farai fop Sale!
'ROVED  FARM  FOR'gAiJ.
s tod. On easy terms, »ith or
l» IMPROVED
ap, and on o
lout the stock.
,      „ M.NICHOLSON,        'I
dwooJte... MonntUhmanp.Oi
before buylnr
lntheclt:    '
done,   ti
We can't be l"a bt a-H>lu
*llUlnslineatly
J.W.HEOKLEY
(NEAR MERCHANTS1 SQUARE)
FtfilffftJlE
MANUFACTURERS,
nnn.RriHi-ii-tiTfl m
Sprliig ud Wool -UMreises ud
HAVE ON HAND THE
^tm,srvw____am
St%
  „_—  hai beeu
iged by the Arm, who are now pre-
. !Utodo-»U kindii-itf-ivorkjlnUieu-frw
tioutcryltu-v.-..   . • - -; \ _;*, "i ^JlyStoT
Cfecrrj,
An experienced upholsterer hai been
en-jnf—' '— *"- "—   -----
TO THE PUBLIO
NURSERTMAK A DEALER IN
Froit md o-q-auentai ij*r(,M.
LADtlR'S Undiho, b. p.
mpSoEle i3"Brltl"
,t- . ^-ir -he pffoble orBrlllsK Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing,, and! le prepared ttTlllI
afl.oplara for, Frnlt. Trees/ornaniental
'iiStfroMieiyJiJiJJInes;'-JiBall FWlS,
IMiffi'S.'KULP"^0-*'6 B°wn ao-
subscriber has had a thorough practical
^Vs^^T-»"»<^''*w
-H*ratod«flfafrl5»!thThepiilll& Bo
tiaments shortly, and all orders wi I have
his personal attention. • ,      „, ,
auiato f '    •- 'f. StfTCHKlteON.
,.„„•,■ „ HAyiN^^TA-ffl*. ■_ ■ ,.|;!,j
Lundbom's Bnllflln-., Front Bt.
•Ml!l l _!■   ■ ■■        ,'>'Y'\lf,'t   ■     !.,; [','/,
(Formerly occupied by KjfJ»*.TUt<^i).
IS  NOW READY
to senr* bis cn.lomeBi ■ ami everybody
with as good a stoek as a man wants to
select from. - -
•it   Sewls.   fimMHee,   rrrrl.l.u,
CKMkery, Classware, Baats, Ae.
wl*b«eaM«eth.ii,wVla-e,,ndirtns
know what you tblek of it.
dwcolttCj       .,     .,0. MODONOUOH.,
FOR  SALE.
&^sma__m_Z_\
for mfst.
FROM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
on t-roomed Honaeon jlgnesSUi-M;
tSVtSflt, centrally situated.:       .     ;r       ,
.. Apply to
HENRY V. BDMONDS,
,   Und Agent.
"i' 'i   JUHnjrnr  i :
'doane
■!;.FQR
tween Mary nnd McKensle streets, now
in the occupation of Cupt.Or.nl; cohtelhs
8 rooms with usual offices. .'     .
01
Valuable City Lola.
Farms near r)lty.
Farms on Pitt Sea-low-. ,
, Farms on, Mod Bay.
r»i-eKs df Land at Wkonoek Railway
Station.
.74 acres of yaluable Land 1 t«ll»trom
Cltyoa Hastings Road,- 18ll.oordf._r Cedar could be out,
■..Applyto'.   .      r_i vtirs'oo.
CAPT. PITTENDRIOM.
Land Agent, New Westlmnstir.
JeSStc
"BLUE STORE
»
tai,
ip ihi,,ur«:
the nujuUc/ of"
Royal Columbia
minster, during ti
year, tho Board of Directors find it
S^iS«&ffi   . ..
bursementa for the last six months ha?e
been in excosaof tlu jjeyentu. and that no
public nuWrlptipn*. haV, W, ..Uoltad
during the past three yean, tha Board
w #w!r«* **?*» |^*mV i*
M». \V. II. Kaasy will -KMasJlyAa*.
.ass for subscriptions.
0. E.'rJORBOUIJ),
; f he» Co^njr
^.OJ^KB,
PRACTICAL W3W
...
,-caaa-fitMnto   i
JEWELER,
COLUMBU STKIl.    IKV WESmmSTER,
■r LATM UfANAOBR FOR SAVAOE A
I.YMAK, MONTREAI.
CbroBomeltM-x, Sr|>toa(ers, Chruno-
graphrri, sn* ill Im \\ttts,
renalrcr. can _
again. JftWKLBYol
repalml.
moderate.
ANY ONE HAVINO WATCHES which
iliave beeu injured by Inoomnelelit
watch renalrcr. can be mado equal lo new
WKLBYofaflklndehisdeand
All «rurk warranter!; charges
Ksllmntes glren tree ot charge.
WAlTHAH. Uin,: aat I ether
Waifkes aad Jewalry ekeaper
tkaa aay alker fcaase la B. c.
accurate ilmok-epm, IJHj usual price,ISA
rlwdesto      r . ■■  r     ..
in
tBeiPii|)j|c that they
arie prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates co^s-ifi-
tent with good ^rk-
manship.   ,
A supply of FIX?
TURES, "--flLO&SS.
&c, now on hand.
i***-*** Orders may be left at
the Compatiy'*, Offlpe, ; Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND..'BROS.ir.,j./.,r'.■■:>.;■,
JiLSTAMfMO,
d-JlySllfl ' '' mX^GBR.
—t~tlfTitif£=tf i itrftO^-^if HrfO^fA*—TH
NOTICK   I
JH HKRKH\ OIVEN tliafc apptleatlon
will be mftdetothel.eKteTntlVe"Ai*!*em-
ly of the Province td Brlttnh Uolurablfw
at thu noxt miniltbn.'tli-irew.for an Act to
lncorponitu a comptiny for tlit. punjONe of
cruiHtriK'tliia, inntiHxlDiiHD-J malntaiulna
Water Work-- nf Oil-Hrrtttrtn* -p*lhWt!?*
Caniutlan Vtiolflo Kailwuy-iin (;onl llnrlmr
anil rciiclisti Hay, anil for the purpoHcti
tliar'-itf irmiitlnKtothe trnld wmpaivtlio
prlvllceo of taking wuter from Capllano
Creok, ilnrnahy r.tike nr other suitable
WftTCHlS
A <»* BllrtpuBt of ABMrldi Sll-
Yrr WltCOCS, pat. dust-proof cases.
Nnt>«lr-M Mill W»»ellM, from tB
, ,iltl*nrd.,, ■    . >   .
CLOCKS
A lirgMsiortment of 8-di) fitrlt-
'lieClocks, with cathedral gong;
•olid wahnit cases; latest rlesigns.
Also. Beth Thoiii* Vickie Alirn
Mocki.    :
srkm ASSMTWEHT OF «WEUV.-«
1 afl^ Remember the  ploceJ-the "Blue
■—y_,m-jpj_,tt_,,g^m,iiKw ■
dwaaayl       .rColumblaSt., New West
Kiln la. with iiiiircu in Ua, said oompany
build lliiinia.aquwliiria, riypliies,arc«t
diiin., inquire Iuiu*, iwd doallotilinr.aoli
and things noaessaity, tor the purposes
aforcsnld. ..
EDBRTS A TAYLbR.
Solicitors for Appllcnnts.
Dated September HOIh, IMS,      <   deHtc
k MAN ANDWIFETOTAKBOHAROB
A i' and do nil the trark of a Hotel Inl lie
I nturlor. Wages, J«o por month and bbaWi
ltefemilces will hnvo In hosentwlththe
application tor .,r. JOHN MURRAY,
ilwni*Rw2      r,hn ,r sponees-nrldge.'
ESTABLISHED 1859.
|fBT^ DICKINSON,
IUTOHER,
Iieirlj Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel,
■';:;'.: NEW W'KSl'MINSTER''
THE LAHGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortwbtof all datoripUoasof.
MiATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, anil supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tlie
IiOWERT 1*PSKII!*_E rttlCKIJ.
^jAia^jlWii^;;
DELTA LANDS
« WltfiS'tf-ROM tADNER*S
0 Landlnr, oh the Trunk Wagon
Road j two other roads niDBlagtknuik
the prtcnises.   Apply ts) .■„[,l,i|
-■ r  Es A. WADHAMS,
dentc Ladner's La___in|,B.C
iv—-r Of a*--t, ■:
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—430 TO—   .      ■ i.  :
A. DltBEU'C
FRONT STREET, Opt: C. P. N. Waaar.
dseJSfto
3sroa?iaEL
WHERE AB I HAVE BEEF APPOIXT-
ed receiver of aU the pemnal m-
tatp, effects and credits, fiiclndlht kMk
debts,and all other abowsInMiloadpe
or aocrulng due to William Isaaciof Part
Hammond, byvlrtne of «n ordferte-tM
County Oourt of Victoria, dated the ilit
day of September. 1B88, all pertoni ara
hereby warned: from recelvlDt, taking tm-
Scptember. 1886. aU penom
 , a-arned from recelvlDt. takli.. „
to possesalon or holdlnft any o/, the eald
estate, or from paylof to tbe-saM wJIIum
Isaacs,iblf agents or «erranfa,aqy moa-
les, or fr>m disposing or fn any deal-
lot with said estate.
ft Is alio pro-rided ., ,„. „ .
all persons indebted To the said
having in their possession mny ....	
the said estate (other than what has been
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver ar
account for the same to me..
T. ^'ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Sheriff.
dwocOTtc
«««tt9Be
NM■srls»^G•
Una Re-tlstrj (InHimnce. 1870
Aa aaui. Iiled kair ar lot Sir.. 4s, Block w,
fs#t■ra|}*, •*•*• "•-■■•*
WaKAl'*3 JW! CERTinOATBOF
aM«iOTtloncirr_anih*-ss been lost or
destroyed, nnd application tins been made
forjulupllcotc thoroof:■ „,
tWrno-Si thcrtforo Mrobjr kIto« I hot a
ffo$toaVnWof TlSftJalH bo Issued In
llod nf tniif so lost, or ilfslmycd, iniloH.
cause la shevu to thc contrary within
oho month from date! "
':' R.W.ARMf*tftb!»G,
•' U '■   Peputy Retlsu-ltr.
land RSglstry Ofllce, ..
r WawWssfminster,.rrth Oct,, IMD, ,
 ttoesljnjit,,    . -, , .,,,
Change of
EiOMig'.'Qi';puNTe'*i
riUKER THIS ( OPBOATUNITY. ,0V.
1 ttuuikliii*. tho Public for thoir kind*
neis and putrunaw hi-tbe..pat.t nnd-be-
fijwiaks tbe conthnmnw nttho satne to his
Biwcen-ior,
;-,;W.,E.'i-y^fe^ ■:, .
Who ImjMjJf to seo all old friends an d make
itriimlTlnmMa'hvVnedlai^s-emnL^m?
anil all claims ssalnst Irlln r.i-i,«lld be pre-
"i^imm-MirMi^i,,
dow blinds to mftfce Ar hang, pictures to
'riiSlMffi*^!*'^
ETerrMiRtoklBOwoM-lmn
^_..   I=_E_E_1__H,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STatET
. (OPP. OpLOMIAL HMltl,
NEW WBSTMIK8TER,  B. 0.
Ph-i.«!i»*' Pmenptloni nd ha.
Hr «wit»-*i_8nieli«i.
N   B. — Only Uenuiae Drags asd,
Orar twenty vasrs' experience.    a_i0
Public Notice
k Iwtniuttr Mt Likiy,
ftmts C-tDBmiONED (THANKS TO
1 ■ the kindness and permission of lht
Sfeyornnd city ConBcin Iwb m-ti «to
pairpeucrl lhe Public Library,and.lakea
this oppbilnnlly lo oner an foTltatioato
residents oMMw Westminster to pay hlaa
a visit. Papers and Uuaalnes from all
dlrcellons are received1 ror patrons aad
vlsllort, add moreKill be added In ease a
reasonable support .is obtained,. The
tsrrnjarcMc*nIsn*hi*ltli,A. adUrmW, SS
papers, Ac., are paid fdjin adtanct" Tila
will nnMUnUoal»iut>eentsaday,li*-jihe
cost of one
to see news
jar foraevea days per
i from all over the worn
elenanl book* Which'  may Ire  .hi
ovcijy 21 hours! Thero la no. eorapolaTou
nbont'tlils, but those who believe lu ret-
thin in out of 'the rain1 and iwho«an anlor
a d'eent tiro will iloubtless appreciate taM
mstllntlon. Ladles and stransers are tree,
     wbob-"—■-
Hui.iii ...,n, .....   .....oc   miu   u_|iaValUM.
tlnji in out of ihe rain and whoeananW
a licrenjllrowllldou*-
mStimtion. Udlcsa ......_ 	
aoiloulilleM all ita partita who bcllejialn
nln.r Itlliboii will, como forward aloaae
and join this attractive affair, both for
their own credit and that of others. Cope
one, come nil, and you will be atteridMt*
byonowhoonn soap all olataes,vls.l r,r -.
:   Vours Respectfully,     .       ., ,.,...
-'!»** West. '■!-¥&%?•
r.rrf..      i* ,.| ''| 3n. ■■ r    **, ■—■
BOYS WAMttD.
*|»**-<J   SMART .lWtR. WA1.TBD   AT
mHS rN-)Kf»lQNKI>
I end ot month move,
Wlntcmute'snewBillldl
■tyiLlLATTHE
 iteal nto
ilttLyt-
 hlebutlat
Bitlldlnsiopposli
MBSmMSURtSSr »SC"
JOHN K. JJOttp,
DlckSioT.'
NcwWrttmlnswr.Ndv.l.u-tA dhotlal
Ainu,
AdJolnln«UickrnWs''^eatJlfr'ktt.
"IW NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Clearing Out Sale J. Rousseau
Boots and Shoes W.Ross
Tenders Wanted..y. iJ. Mortjn
fail-g iw&k (Eolnmbi-fli
Balarday Evening, November 13. isss.
We are inclined to look with
suspicion upon the despatches from
Ottawa which sometimes find their
way into the Kew York newspapers,
but if the one which wo publish today relating to Canadian finances
is not greatly exaggerated tho circumstance is very serious. A deficit
of 85,800,000, notwithstanding excessive taxation levied under the
N. P*.,;Jr tjioughJ tp> perplex the finance minister. When Mr. Charlton, addressed the people of thjs
city not long ago one of his Btrong
points against the. present government was the extravagance of
the administration and tlie danger
of financial embarrassment in the
near future unless retrenchment
wis resorted to. This deficit looks
like a corroboration of Mr. Charlton's view.  , .
A Otrlkliifc   Contraot.
Yesterday the Columbian's despatches mentioned that in Ohio
telegraph communication was interrupted by a heavy snow storm that
wns prevailing in that state. This
afternoon's despatches mention that
in the state of New York toJJj the
snotf "H ffttii 3 fo 6 feets(teep! ' Today Mr. Clarkson laid on pur table,
a basket of beautiful ripe grapes,
picked from the vines this morning
ill his garden. ■■ From our window
as we write we observe a lady sitting
in a rocking chair on a piazza overlooking the O. P. N. Go's, wharf
Ond the river.. Withqut any wraps',
and with no hat on her: head, she is
rocking herself and enjoying the
pleasant breezes whioh come up from
the gulf of Georgia, It is sueh a
dajf'os one would wish to spend on
Uw-Wr-lMjor .-ambling through the
woods where autumnal tints give
splendor to. the foliage that is hardly
yet Ap* .61- Winter's chillin^breath.
Three digrees of f mat, or 29 above
astb, is th* lowest temperature we
liave luid this fall. ... There is no climate anywhere in panada that can
bt compared to that of British Oolumbia, and it may be questioned'if
there is anything superior anywhere
an this continent.
Exploring In the Dark.
OfV.'c'. -j;j .J'.i 5 ,.:: ;
^OuV-eMeemed cotemponfry of- tlrt
Vancouver Herald finds it impossible, to say anything good of the
convention which met in this city
two weeks ago to nominate a candidate, i Judging from our cotempor-
ary's evident hostility to the movement of which the convention was
one; result, nothing else could be
looked for. He insists that temperance was the test question of the
convention and its candidates, whicli
is not true, and, therefore, the moralizing of his whole article is com
pletely thrown away. There is no
one, we believe, who holds the opinion that men may be made.moral by
act of parliament, and if any person is foolish enough lo adopt temperance as the sole test of .a candidate's fitness for'Office, without considering other questions, he is not
a safe guide. : We have' already
stated explicitly that the convention mis not ,a temperance organization at all; and as it did not insist
on prohibition as ■ a test, or limit
itself to any ..such narrow issue as
could be expressed by a single' word
other than; "reform," the Herald ia
evidently groping in the dark in its
-1*'-1'-Ijl'iiolS*?' -''-----1--"!-'-'J,i''-
. ._     i convention and iti
principles! Tne only tiling that
seems quite clear in Uie discussion
is the Herald's evident dislike to
temperance and all other moral reform that goes beyond the point of
self denial for the sake of others.
•BUjb.
Malulaud FortlQ«atlons.
'"Mr. Sttlart Cumberland, of' whom
so' milfch was'heard during his'brie'f
sojourn in this province, does not
-fc*»ii.j. to, agree with the, military
views of our friend tho Colonist.
Our yjftoria eptempprarjf, itwilLbo
reJt-iBlewil'r'konmU.coii and inkin-
taiiied the extraordinary opinion
that the fortification and defence of
Victoria and Esquimalt, on one side
of a strait 20 mUos in width, would
be a sufficient protection for: all
places in the golf of Georgia. Mr.
Stuart Cumberland says: "Withthe
decision to make Vancouver th*'
terrninlrli'it, will be neoesiiarj- to
fortify the narrows. This could
easily be done, and at a very small
«wt. It would not be' sufficient to
fortify Esquimalt An enemy's
ships could easily jiteam into tho
Straits of Georgia, and so command
the line of rail without let or hin-
rl^(*(!Q, f rom'the defeffces of Yan-
ooiiver Island. ..The Canadian government, with trfe help'of the Im-
jnyjffi$:; 'government,'' will, without
doubt, -have English Bay at the
Wire*!-. Mr ftMtilW, thfll jl«ng
a ouSpfctt f-rofeotion tothe whole
of the coast, and -at the same time
keeping the line of communication
iitiari, Meantime a thorough survey" i(f-b«Sig tliad« of, I*squimiilt by,
Lieut.-CQl.OB"ien,.pl.Halifax, who
has, t-Mb ontraited with the task of
W$rM'*.WWM'fa tlWrthorough-
defence of the harbor and coast I
understand., that the Imperial government will stand the cost of the
defence construction and that they
Will provide tlw/K**maijj|ts, Canada
providing (he gjfcrisoi*^    V
t-4^nMhr—** *•
fenders   Wanted.
TENDERS WIIL BE RECEIVED UP
lo noon of MONDAY, December 18th,
for brusblng and ohoppln* the freater
portion of tiro-Morton subdivision of Lot
185, Vancouver, conlntnlng about one
hundred nud thirty aores, mosaor loss. -
•teMoi.To slate priM per acre for one or
The lowest or any tender no,t necessarily
„eoepted../3l.„..joHN1I        ^,
l»cw Vest., Tjtpv. 17,18811.      dnoUU-Wtj
.A
Wrrf'ARHlV_.U!
>
From the prinoipal Houses of Germany,
France, Great Britain,' the, United j
■_. ..States and our pe^Dijitiinlon'.; .;,.';
500 LINES KEPT OH HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BE-
.ttOfSPS TOV PitttCftAfflS. ,'•'...'"
Boon and Shoes, from Hio upwards.
felt _. libber floota t Tin-TuBi
•■■ r-of'allltinds. '       ''* -**■'
Indies' A dents' Slippers for Xmas—
If th-.JU'e'iustever **f9p-.,*1 j,0'»l>J,!:.*
87 lines of ladles', Misses' A Children's Boots.
UWfU. ROSS,
Colonial Hotel Black, telanbla SI..
dwaol8tc
.„„. .-.OITHB «_.BOTO?8 OH    , ,,.
New Westminster' tlitrlct.
A. Convention, I ImYe consented to offer
myself ai a candidate to pil th»-meaicy
In the House of Common* tauwd by Ahe
death of Mr. Homer.
duo«tlewtc-wtc      D. MCGILLIVRAY.
FOR Jfl-IB.
The Str.^Glndy-8'?
THIS WELIt KNOWN aiVBE STEAM.
or. well found and In perfect running
order, is offered for Kale as Bhe now stands.
For purtlcuUirs apply to       _,   .-
Vf. B. TOWN8BND.
X. B.-TIiif would hb a flii* cbance for
farmers -to-forni n' joliit stock company
npd buy a steamer for their, trade.       ■
dwnollnil
PorSale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MAKES, 4 and S
1 years old; good travellers; wore single
ordouble.,,,
1 Bay Home, 8 years old; works single or
double; nice ladies'or gents' aaddle hone;
verygeotle.„.    k*M,    -.     ,,.-. ,„,|
1 •.■seated Bungyt -J spring!-; nearly new.
»tarns or Timothy Hny oh North Arm,
FraSer river.   "
95 libls. Salt Salmon. 8 half-bbls. Bait
Salmon Hemes.
Also-one aad oae-nlntli Interest la
Cllr Water Comvaar.
W. J. FRENCH.
New West., Nov. lllll, im.      dttnolito
PAVILION
Skating Rink
THte^vEI.t_-ttlft^trN rollehthink
will be open as follows:
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 in the afternoon,
and 7.30 to 10 lu the evening, ,..,
AiltulKHloni Gentlemen 15c.; Ladles
free.  Use of Skates, 25c.
Persons wishing to secure the Rink for
select skating parties ciiinloBoonappll-
cation.
WINTEMUTE. CALBICK A CO.
dnol2t-*
UNDER A COMMITTRK   OF   MAN-
agement.a OuadrilleUlub hasheen
organized In thisiJit3\ ,'  ,     i
The Club meets every alternate Tuesday
and promises to be a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to join uro requested to hand tn their uumct us soon as possible eithor to Mr. M. WOOIW, Hee.; Mr.
A. R.GREKN; or Mr. GAUIOCH^Pres.-
from whom full particulars oan be ob*
talned. .  - - dnolUml
Sioillan
HAIR
RENEWER.
1 The great popularity of tills preparation,
after Its test of many yeaW, should be an
assurance, even to the most skeptical, that
It is really meritorious. Thoso who ham
used Halt's Hair ItajKWMt know tbat
It does all tbat Is claimed.
It causes new growth of hair on bald
hcads-niwvldwl the liair folHtrles are not
dead, which Is seldom tha caw: restores
natural color to gray or faded hair; preserves the scalp healthful and clear of
dandruff; prevents the hair falling ot or
changing color; keens It soft, pliant, lustrous, and causes It to grow long and <
thick.
Hall's HaiK BenewbR produces Its
eflects by the healthful Influence of Its
vegetable Ingredients, which invigorate
and rcjuyenatc. It is not a dye, and Is
a delightful article for tottet use.  Con
taining no alcohol, It docs not crap-
—ate quickly and dry up Die natural oil,
ivlng the hair harsh and brittle, as do
rate quickly and dry up Die natural oil
fliif'thehlilrhs * *J-
r preparations. 	
Buckingham'! Dyo   ',
,    , ,'■,   . . FOaTB»,.r ...    • ,    - ■•■■
WHISKERS
Colors them brown or Black, as detjreo-.
and li the best dye, because It Is harmless;
produces a permanent natural color j and,
vcugr* ol i^plfcaaoa than Hy Othen ~
PMFiSSD BT
B. P. HALL & CO., Nathaa, X. Mi'
iold by all Dealers In MedlclnH.
asfp-JCip-B.
HOBSDAY.!; THE   l&rij ■INSTANT.
hiVing ImAri set apart and appointed
His excellency the Governor-General
In Council as a (Say of General Thanks-
f:lvlng throughout the Dominion, the Pubic Offices will be closed on that day.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secictury.
Provinoial Secretary's Offlce,
Victoria, BC, Mi Nov., 1880.     dno5td
■j^^p-iTij
»S*THAT-SW
LOM
».:...;*s.
OO
JL-XT-Z-
Capital, |8,000,000|   losses
raid, $48,000,000
mst,+mt,%Am**m*M. ISOII
Rates aa Low as any other
Company xloing i Busineu
in British Columbia.,
StT Bisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfaijtoiily. adjulta*,   '
:■■■£, R, PEARSON,    ,
doo7lp (B. C. S. *■**. tfd.) AGENT.
GUARDIAN
... OF LONDON, ENG.
TQtaJ Funds, ^18.000.000
. .v.: a:;j j   ■.' ..';*-; .'■
E8TABUSHED 1821 '
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T: R. PEARSON,
docTtc      .(B. C. 8. A P. Co.) AQENT.
Canadian Pacific
^f RAILWAY. JP
FRESH WATER TERMINDS
City of New Westminster I
Auction Sale
,     ,  —OF—
CITY RESERVES
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION .WILL TAKE
j  place at the Arrlcaltarll Hill,
in the City of Kew Westminster, on
lWm, ^mmiMC
At 8 o'clock in the evening, when the
following lots will be submitted to publio J competition, ' in j accordsace wi(H
"Land Sale By-Law, ItJHi," .and amend-
m*__tf fkf«tOi|vis.t:, (r I i ..;*
GOVERNMENT ffFFtCEOAUDENS.
BlookAc ; .,'■   ;   ..:.,      .,..-
Lota Nos, 3 and 4.
Lots Nos, 13 to 20, inclusive.   ,   .
VICTOfelA OAtoENS-Bloct fl.
Lota Nos. 3 to 6, inclusive., ,
Lota Nos. 8 toll);"!   " '      '"'
Lots Nos. 18, 111, 20, 30, 35 Jt 36.
ST.'PATRICK'S SQUARE-Block D.
Lots Nos. 4 to 8, inclusive.
.r*_i_-ppNoa, 10 to 36, JJ    , |    i   J
AUCE OARDENS-Block E.
Lots Nw 6,8,1) anil 10.    ,.0/j
CLINTON PLACE RKSKRVE-BIook F
'      Lots Nos. 1 to4, inclusive,
r      Lota Nos. 8, », lift 12.
Lota Nos. |4 to 31, inclusive.
Lots Nos, 33 to 36,      8
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block rt.
Lota Nm. 14 to 20, Inclusive.
'LotsNos.'44to44!   "
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Blook K.
I/>ta Nos. 16 to 18, Inclusive.
Lota Nos. 24 to 28,      "
/tth N«. 33 to 40,      "    .
SAILOR'S HOME—Blook L,
"' Lots Nos, It 2. ,   .
MERCHANTS' SQUARE-Block C„
UtNo.6. ..
CTTha Lota an mostly 66 by 132 feet.
TIBMS-IB}. per ncnt. on Ilie full of the
hammer; 1B% per cent, in threo months;
and the balance of the purchase money III'
six months from date of sale. :>, '
Byorder,  ''
' :; '•..  A. .1. AI.fORT, ('. M. c.
City Clerk's Offloe, .,. ....
New Westminster, uth .Nov., 1830.
. . ,   dapytf ^
WANT
INFORMATION WANTED
OPD. M. KaAN.whoir11amtnlniR.neAr
. Fort Moody in April, ItW). Any lu-
formntlon will be thankfiiUy reenlrnl by
hia father; Martin R-gan. Doiialan P. 0„
Poontr of Renfrew, On tnna     flnoOMwl
.aoibbts*"; ,883nisH
DlsiSlCTOF
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1.25.
Thia Map haa been produced at
great coat, and givea a vaat aldovnt
of inft-rmation ner-i before available reapeoting tha moat inport-uit
distriot in the Provinoe.
The new Map aliowa the latest
surreys, the latest roads, the Tine of
tha 0. F. B. and extensions.
rUBLISHED BS
Bcal  EsUIc Insurance and
;,:„; flll^neiBl  _|piHltt,.:l1(,*-r
J»eW WESTMIHSTEIi; VANCOUVEU*
AND VIOTORIA.
.    .•,:■■■•,     • y.   J-'    :«■    ,i'.\ II.A
FOR 8ALE AT
T.Jai(8awon&to
NEW WESTMIMSTER AND VANOOUVER.
. apMlo'   ■
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NIW MERCHANDISE!
, ■--■T ' iligs, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies'and Children's Ulster., Jnqketa
'm6* i7.t'-^  Cloak*-,,;;,,.,,,,,,._,,,.,  n
0U) Vtit, Milliflery i-f-W HficHS tVrlcl largest Stock on the' Mainland. M
•>^ji?i'rt*tip-s^tflri'»*'tiiiJi-iu«ii ,;,;:;;,',';,;.,,' '.:'j'y;;"irH'iii,i
have at various prices—37 Jc, 50c, 621c. and 75c; cannoriie* spoiled tsf
rain, and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retai^hepR^G*f»AL,fCOL()l^[     Liomn laiuuioi
l,<WGENTf RljP^TMENT is -.-■Uisupplied with Tle«.
ees/sii'""'   ~    " '       "~ " ~
Men'
and fa^^'^ocjp^
mimw
signed "rag,;,,'
fBDtJEiSOM.-
• taliq
unit .1,  1HHH.I
A
flKJb
.F.Djt.VjH.j?, .NEXT NiMfeTV•MYS.:""'' *'!,!'""'''
"•"""" '-""0.' ';;.'$jwj—
Isold for f 5.00.
nbbor Goods.   These Gooda ue all American
U * .-.A.jjj-in--i.>>.*>r,_-.j.f,_,,A
Men's Boots, $4.50, sell for $3.50.   „,
L»dii^ 11 eneli Kids.JO, sell for f 4.50
These Gootls must lie disposed of during the next 3 months.   If you want anv'.
thing in iny Mac call early unrj |rt four choice;' and yd* will: Wake liy so dolhg.
-__.saortjn.eii*: BiacJislEla *5Ho*o*»is. w    u i illn bns uu
xijft -tni-iK ii'iis uibii! uma I'd AS.  ROUSSEAU.
x***>*et aJk.—,—— 'o_N-XsT*r. dnouimi
ritii ColninMan
SMtTiiiOV
/'!.'ii";l! ;,'8'»3fji|[lj|l'f glfe'l
HtM -III 'i .(litr>f»f. ,S(il«?-*:s tBhiatnlt
q-5«TOft(!["-*T-«9OT*Aftf-fftW*^|J_jo
&ltAfOf^lJ<K| 1110 !*JI'i nod t.is -jjuilk.t
ul 9auo Jituooou o:: .:• ■ivi'-.t ind fi'tn
1.0-va arid 16  e^txioh edi lo   ul'ulvni
-"tr Columbia St. „i,i'i
■w",i o '.■•! -iit an dn, noill hht\ ■:■■':
ul nera -mul •.•« vyoilsd w to*) ^t^jtif
ni" ni'*' blubb oil'tr *J;)v '.nUtuv-i oib
-nieVoalfliyftivo'tQfa'iIii Ifonuo^-rtnuoa
New West«iist«r, B. <l
.VJl'lYk Wlirr.r.sr.r^.  ^I'lirq 'ir'll,1ifr
.'rrlJ.'.-uio-l't r,.lUy_|H_i',|.rv.10.r 'llIT
bm|Sbog-ioidO ia iloroil I !.r.i..--iq.l
■■■;.,;:.; ,,:,!■; 0*111   b II a   -m'   o*
■Jt JC J'l\ , ,,"ri,li.r)
1^   „ inffll* rl lo nionod oiU
u.j aorn'osrUA .1 uw,*iqqij sicil* tsi.J:
■,.jj    .J.-r..[r     '-J      v.l'l Jil-JO*!      .jlll.jjrj:;
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COMMERCIAL
>^ i   in i. .iI.ji.1 i .i.iiiIj   iri)
,'jr viJ,.rJ,r.i ?irw _jj',r     ,_■ i i   0.   QUI
ilniulU linjootiijji ...i!>ni :ts Ol-ll'l
PACIFIC
* AMMUNITION, '
Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle, Ac.
SPECIAL" PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
ITI       I'I'..' . .   lUHHt
We are prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily-attended to,
CORXKR Crimen 4 COlIHBtA STS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TMrKewUunM.rr.
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW-W^ti||i*iT-M!|>. C.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
 ,-DAY OU NWHTI.
Oysters In any Style;
Bo»d bythe Day or Week.
II' ■'  "    ' ,1     1 I   M;      i1
ITiiUirr thepreetht mailasiSinent'every-
tlilngwlll be found flrst-class, and prices
nre oxtromely low.	
danum    ,    a,8,in*n¥BB.Proi>.r,
n^K.
Plans and pscelJ-s'lons ror sll
kinds of BnllilUH rtrt*
pilljj Prtftlrtaj
JOBBING NaATlYti4_fl)j<3ARE*'yV
....,=■,., ■ ..rJLY*!!XliOOI-n.r'       '"*'"
All orders lott at'Oatee'iit Hotel, br"(-<
the shop of \V. Jblmson/floWimbU IBWt,
will receive prompt attention, j Vour ti-
vor solicited. , jeW"'
-Tlkllf
,'81.
;3  ,i\'f':
RE1D &
MWUFACTURERSt IMPORTERS OF
iParm Wagons,       ''
Express Wagons,
fo^-Bttgt^iB,.:;:,;::::::.:';:"
;; ; 'Opon Bessios,
vheetepe,
Butcher Carts,
D^:9«H     -;*=   r_
; piimpjJar^
Dtays,    :«'; St-ages,
AND   EVERYTHING   IN   THK
We*r(aviy lar|e' Stock 'of' host of
the above articles on hand, ulso a large
^^kt^sm^f:
Repnlrliir, Patnltng <b Trimming
done at reasottabls prices,
;BU»ITIJIKC
In all its Branches,
Estimates given ou Ironwork, and
Oontracti tilton; Agricultural liuplj-
ments wade aud reuairad, ami all kinds
ot Ironwork for Saw Mills, togging
Camps and Farmers,'kept hi stouKa'nd
maaeto'-#dier.:'''":!'   '-     --;     "!-".' •'.
tterse-Hhoeins and general
Jobbing.      " l'"']
a_4l.4iu+4ijii j il* li i |i!fiiiuni;
.....rNqrig^ ,.
The SbUBwap and Okinigan Kill*
w*i istnmpM^yi'
TAKE 'NOTICE THAT A OBNERAI,
ineetliuf ot - the nubsorlbera lo-Uie
capital stock of the Company will be held
at tiiey-*"" —• " ^—'" - -   ■
I-nui'
tho
wm®mm
Dat^fttili.a-,01
__    ML.
M. LUMBY,
ifiiiwi::
PEEBLES X iicKLEV
PR'NTtNQ
ring iina  .■',''..'.
*,u...;|.n m-59'ri
.'.......
 ■rVl-iiJiP'.-u.b'irl
■/hia Ji.'iH .:-:.\:h 'ot '''hmi'tim IU
 BsX'i-JjJ.-'.t.iui;.:---
li   '. ■: js i na lr*ibi*Jft*)fr9»i)H hm
PROMPTLY toXMOUTBtt ti.'-'w
iit ^'fljjfi i -'   -'■'<
•CLASS STYLE
ytl-i iitu; hi ty^fi (1970 ii]     .t.f\u\ini
jilmli'^'Jwl^  friaim)gffljm  edi  noh
(/irculaisi' » ^
lit ittt supreme Court of Brt-
tish Columbia.
IIK'IV. lIHOa., o^ baHalf of Iheijnielves
'and all 'oilier Hie Creditors of Louis
Uold-l'LAiNTirrs;
KUVlkvi, B*.i,D,*bUIS d0I.b ahdRM.
MA GOI.D-Drfrndanth.
BYi?KilrlS^P2S-.SBSa
Iter-ilver of thc IIpmI Estate now registered
 w	
ln thi
of thi
eflstered
-'"ior
at
Ing
Houfcc now occupied jsyth.y Doitendflnts or
Nc»<
" nu.o now occupied by	
some or one of them Hituato at the City of
New Westminster and the personal pro-
Hons'R nnd the Hototand |iremlaes situate
GoWohle0' yf^" tW!«f»
T. J. AKM8TR0NO,
Deputy Sheriff,
dwatsUMI-V I VV>i''','i7   •'*'«a_dVer.
Ul . iin i :i r ,  rr-.t ,1/Jlc
Iron md Steel Harrow Teeth, Corriago
Bnrinajs and Asles, auda roompluto stock
o( pjuriajs^ Haril\vare. (
Parties reujiiiriiig anything In our line
will find hv tuspeotln'g our stock that
tliofr, it,') mnof? to go U) Viotoria td
get What tKey *sht, for' they can get a
superior!mi__. at a, raasiruaWe price
here. ttl*£iiawt'
We arc also ninonfacturlng and selling '
w opp
VICTOR  HAY  iihim PKK88,
Aft roducftl prices.   It is the host and
(thunptflt Pres* hi thd market.-*-1      *.
V> jjwuv'l     ', ■ ;i  ,'■■.,    ■»'   ,i. ,,„\.
mwVfehavewtl tholioHt workmen tol«
had In thennmiti-y, and wc import nearly
aU tho stock we tiso from.Uie oasWnouso-
qaently wo can (UTor Inttiicements tu pnt% i
etiasors t-imtwooouldnot ha-rodonesomai    tt,, »,, <• »•..-u
Utitf m«».   All n.Hi<Tliil anil work.l-t.iliif I   '   •-''''-AwJm'ima*      •_•.»
the Htioii will lm fiinraiiteitd lobeJitstHB A     PERFECT      FIT
r<-(ircsonte(l.   Oi-ders-from  tlio country I  I'•r»'v"i;*f"1'i****(!'"-   i ■'■'
promptly attended to.
-mi	
Merchant Tailor!
HAH QI'KNED A SHOP ON
McKENZIB    STREET,
First Door to the Hljht fnlirf Coium Iris
*'^ili|^j*'.'^'*'j';^Jl,hiW*-V*ktw»>r« .ttti.'iusnd;.
a full asaortaiout of
ANDAT|tE-fOWIU^,**W«-*,.:,|
r'd*n»tml
REID 8t OURRIC, ■'
,.: .'iSiltilranteeil Inllte.y'jmt^'
ilnoMo
Envelopes,
CUl lioi * JO ■^(7^'^iTJ N.' 'FfTTT.'TTT-f!
itnii'iMov   u-iiH io )ni!n'i:.i\uvhi,  'ids
And aU Sorts of Plali^
or Colored Work. ,
rnmuvifHij jl.j.;-i|. nil inn.'     ...,ii.nj.it'J
OUR FAOlUTIES FOR -oiul oil r.-
. .iaar.'l noill UTOtn ol.lil nr    ''...'ii
MMMtflCIAlPRWTIHI
r.:,.i. .)'■.■• p. ,,■>-, I, oii/li 1 vin,'
Are far beyond those o. aay other tatab'
Ushmeiit oo tli* Mainland, sad our; |l^
wlVl aoaipar. (aroraUy w|t_i tkow m
VisSkiS-irM-'. V.'l l)-)J.>rlil'J 'im .-ii"
■■..-.is ■:\-.i l[.fr«_i,,.; -,,l lj \ illriv.. Irnt
• ■ [,;..;■ ,.i-j nr.'inj;:,li.,:/.. J-.itil. l>i!*v
•ji I     ninil     ,:■   ',   srooarr.   OJ)   Hi-iiU
'1.1118    ' 'rr. .': r.' *■*,.'•*   ..|.Lj.jlllr    sbxiilf
. rw  i   I0J    —    qjrr.''.)rH.|.'r<| ,v,»L,(i:i?
Ifll I .... rlimrfr    ml)   ft   jrot.oiJKJOKJH
Wt hava a fint-o-us BULItlO MA-
CHINB, aad ar. |>rt-*a(*ad to rale aD
^t-r-a■«i^*W*',*^S.•^,'"'■','l' ""V.
•   "rn ii'.''lilsI.rJ,.-i"       .ll'-iiai JilllJl
.srnaiafiladlaf ata-tydou. i
...,:.,,. .j iiiiil .rl'.ii.il.l olgois a 'rl
D. ROBSON, Manager. THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
PUBLISHED
•tH
IIITIM GSLSMIU SmTIMIIY Mt PtlKTMO Co.
At the Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
.250. per week
 Iiaoo
5,60
Delivered In tha City dally.
Hailed dally, one year	
Hailed dally, aix months,..,
Vt-MZZ^Sml.
Traasleat Adrcrt lseneats.-Flrst insertion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; eaoh
subsequent consocu tl ve Insertion, Sets, per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, loots, per line eaoh Insertion.
■Uadl-ag AdvertM^***!^,-^^
taper month: 2 Ins. $3: '. col. $&.»: ,■•• col.
19.76; 1 eol. 116. If Inserted for less tban 8
mos. JO per eent. will be added.
Bpoelai nmtlees among reading matter,
SO ets. per line eaoh Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertlewnenta, loots,
perllne. ^
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 11 for eaoh
i!immviSMmimtfetlm
AaellM Hales, when displayed,efaarged
IE per eent. less tban transient advts, If
Mild, oharged at regular transient rates.
i-Stouti
THE WEEKLY COU
laaaeo. every aalanlay H.ralag.
Mailed, 9 m-M
VKULV AOVUTIIINO MTH.
|.-Flrstinser-
monliTSinsJunSi™11' "*"
Handing AdrertlHMeaU-For 1 Inch,
tl.50permonth: 21ns.t2perm.i3lns.t3.90
perm.; I col. $12.75 per nt. HJjprfl^jJCT
less tban a mos. 10 per cent.-nQlM Ml8!
to these rates. I* **■*■  ■*-•*■<
Speoial notices among reading matter,
eta. per line eaeh Insertion.
Cats must beall metaLanAfor largecuts
an extra rato itlifiKWfW* No advt.
loserled lo elllM1«ft«nH" Ibue fl.
§j^t.j|riti0h gatombign
•atarday Erenlaf• Nevember I
Plu.hln.ll^id^hjlfrtt-t.Wa'j.'l
_fllard*Co'o. ^   ^-dnogwl
Work is going ahead ou the founda-
'^-hlv^Kr.lrfMSplll'Woo^ in
all shades at J. Ellard ft Co's.    dnoDwl
A .fine lot of Ban, Jersey Suits and
I^felQ^gHiprH. KlUrd* Co',.
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business) cheap.—Apply at Woods,
Turner ft Gamble. jyUto
M
&3»<%THl\eb!,'e.  bt-^htd
Parties who came up on the Rithet
yestenla)r.r«e^J-|. :Havjrtg jatAMveral
whales sporting in the gulf.
It is expect*-: i«8tt> the election of
members to the Manitoba legislature
Kill take plaoe the 1st week in December.   '•     Tr..
The Paoifio Express was four hours
behind Mi 'f-l-tli,.^-- delay
was caused by snow in the mountains
mence tho construction of a wharf on
the twti wator lots next to Ewen's in
ahout a fortnight,
clothing and underwear before pur-
*Mbg»!s«\**e_**.   f°.        noB-fw
Arrangements have been made for a
bachelors' ball to. be hold at -Elgin
noxt Friday for the benefit of the
Royal Columbian Hospital.'
"Ifta'fotf'
Ross, of the Colonial Boot
... ire, anhouncts'thej arrival of
a 815,000 consignment of new stock
'which he-asks everyone to call and
inspect. The business of this estab-
lumnant has expanded greatly during
the tWieiltiJ'edr, and the stock now on
hancr. leaves almost no room for improvement. Read the advertisement
in another column.
We have received from Hessrs. M.
W; Waite &:Co. a net map of1 the
oitypf yiotoria .v!_|ol*,u* in every, way
a creditable production. It presents
„    i_..ll . -^ „{ jj,e ojpitgi
i on a scale of
a vory inl
oity andil
•Wife"* to an, inoh. " this map has
beon coinpDeo* .and prifil-*d expressly
M WimW Wjiitt«(% ,*fcdm Whoih
■»P'PW*Wj^w^'ffi*wd-1    ■". '■
■«! A.' Dixon, trankvill*, Ont., says:
"I wist 'cured' of' oUronld bronchitis, tnat
troubled tile for seventeen years, by the
use of Dr. Thomu'Eclectrie Oil." See
that the signature of Northrop ft LymanIt on the Inctf tif the wrapper, and
you will get the genuine Dr. Thomas'
fclwtJrio Olf,   ' ■    **...,,
C'M. tl.wAi business lneeHng of
the Christian Mission "Union will be'
held at the residence of D. Robson,
Royal Avfnuj, at 7:3ft,Monday night
(N»*f. ISMl).' * All mention aWuignit-
! 'y "ffUfllW to^ojlirawpt
-ELEOTORS
star D-fttict
GENTLEMEN.—As a successor to your
lato representative in the Commons wil"
nounce mrself a caSflldate for*th*/
tion.
I purpose publishing an address In
which I will give my views on the most
important questions affecting your Inter-.
eats, and will visit the different settlements and address the electors before'
election day.
In Politics, Jam and will bo thoiough-
LY INDEPENDENT.
Yours respectfully,
T. J. TBAPP.
t-raj;
>lm
a candidate lor the
seat in- the HouW of Common ten*
dered vacant by the death of bur
late lame^^p^Utiyfc.ftKHo-
imejs>i'K>;t■ HTWWr_i-i awoc25tc
, 8 s}ntrii4*}'/bA.w  • ™ ■■
PuW,ff*WW»-r«r,, (J. W.. Jor-
d*«,'»j;fl*^*-|n,4! 'JTordilB, Viotoria,
wi^tofcii New»-We»tminstsr during
this month. He crimes highly recommended. Orders' foil tuning or re-
psIrtnoissayMleft at Mr. Pearson's
store. ■   i. dnolSto
-—^ ~—.__—	
JOtt*aiS'r.K_;oi)iisi6*il--.A proposition is on toot to get up» railway excursion on Thanksgiving day to celebrate J the opening of the branch line,
a good one and if>the
mgementa can be made
tyT*-ortpanjtlMdU"awl*(
'.TnOiun Bwu A Rocr.—A
t^leg*sr,''Wss,te*!««a''by' Mr.: W. fi-
Tov(Wend ta-ixj stating that tha atr.
Gladys, yhenooming down the rim
this morning struok on a rock a short
d-stnnoo below Tale, i The telegram
states that she ws, afterwards got off
the rod, «nd beached) also, that she
was lying with one ajdehigh and dry
and the other in five feet. of water,
t of the cargo will be lost1 Mr.
'^^g^VlhV'^
Pari
at the Bon Accord and Laidlaw's, She
also took down 60 head of cattle,
Before deoiding on the plan of your
Zm\^s¥mm
■le it., and combine economy with utility
Tfie impersonation of the Chiriaman
em\m%&tfJW*>to
ph» Jj-Aasoog th. «noa"_s -Mittttk
and laughable. .soolvOi-l
Concerts, amateur theatrical, and
other entertainments are now all the
rsge in Nanaimo,,Victoria, and other
nlJces in th* proviiiiie: ' 'What is New
Westminster talent doing!
.A)\Wl__dW-4e_*]tohJ-rt»W'll!* lithe caso of Stewart, the Kansas'ab
bsuidu*ff
returned a verdict ojio»*«_fl*jf. .*r"
In addition to our new stook of spring
Cm havr-opened-»n invoice of
nals, West of England Broadcloths
and" Frto-h Oasslm-ws. ■ Walsh the
Model Tailor,   Him-jut Walsh, Man-
A On. have just received a direct importation uf English clothing, the best
assortment erer brought to the eity,
.tii«U*;iii  Mi'mHri
Ayer's Sarsaparilla works directly and
pMi|-*Urtf tariff ilMnricb the Mood,
improve the appetite, strengthen the
nerves, and brace up to*! system. It' U
in the truest sense an alterative medicine,
E»sr*l»*ali< should glWhaJtrUI.   '
The Georgia Woodthorpe company
appeared in **»•/ Bfetfin'/WWJ
toria on Thunday evening. The pa-
rr**WIII***/»|IiB*f»t &« performance and parties from this city who
&.^imH'tfamh\
Kujuid i Ba*».-Miss Libby Cal-
hWBJ'daui/lij-ir1 oT-Th'im*«'W; Oat'.'
houn, Eetf,,'df Maud county, is tht
island Monday evening. About dusk
the yoang lady espied Mr. Bruin
feasting on apples in her father's or-
oherd. She punctured tht beast With'
tWo rifle bullets, and hat little brother
Elmer administered a dote of buck-
shit, thereby ending his career, fhe
animal weighed about 200 pounds.—
Ptitt rotOtw-nd Argils, '
8M! J.IHI'1-ill ..! **-'i—*j-j~j-! :. ■ j I
R» Maokosb.—The case of Mag*'
none, ehaiasd by tht. B. 0. Oonstruo-
ti6n0u. with'stealing gaS pipe,'on'he
20th ult, came up hefore Copt. Pittendrigh in the police court this morn-
ing. Magnone pleaded thai he was
not guilty, and had no criminal intention ln respect to the property. As it
aopeered that the property was of
small- value, and he promised faithfully that he would not again molest
the property of the company, and expressed the belief thst the action had
not been brought by Ae manager of
the 'cnj*d)s!**- from Itapniper' tintlve,,
the case wu allowed to be withdrawn.
MK'M'*Odttu«'j'^wf .0)- th*proseou-
tion,snd Messrs. Lesmy and Coohrane
fur the defence.
Mr. R. A. Hsrriaon, Chemist'iind
Druggist, Dunnville, Ont., writes:. ."I
can with oonfldence recommend Northrop dt Lyman's Vegetable Discovery aad
Dyspeptic Cure for Dyspepsia, Impure
Blood, Pimples en the face, Biliousness
and Constipation -such cases having
oome under my personal observation."
,..    .   r « ,_» ,—S ~lj
Gourd ntio Fruit,—Mr, r o!'-. L,.
Hanson, reprsienting the Jewel Nursery Company, of Inke'Oity. .-tion.,
lias In tho oity a fow days ai*o, aud delivered a very large number, of fruit
trees to parties living in and near thia
c)ty. From the fact that five and six
hundred dollar orders were fllled it it
evident thtt fruit raising is shortly going to be an extensive industry, in this
part of the provinoe. Our fruit raisers
ihould be careful to get only the best
kinds, for in doing this they will always And a ready market. Mr. H«-_-
i, who shipped a large quantity 'of
let and peats from lie fro Ann
.. I nion-h; says that thero is a gnat
deal raised in B. 0. at present that he
can't touch, for the simple reason thst
the frujt is of an. inferior kind and
will not *lliti eastern oitrtett,. iThis
is a matter; whioh must always be
kept in view. That tht 'Jewel company han faith in the province at a
fruit grower, it is only uecessary to
ststt is; tvidenoe of it. that
Mr. Hanson .is. planting 100.
acres at Moody tbo anotrrir hundred
oULulu island. Besides this ,* h*»ro
the very extensive nursery of Mr. Q.
V; Henry at Port Hammond and Mr
E. Hutoherson st , Ladntri, Mr.
Henry is how on his way to-nfe'tWr-
inoe with t gnat assortment of trees,
from which fruit growers ought to be
able to make a satisfactory scledloo.
.- • ,        ■;■   .      '. .'ft- -TT-T   • " ,-,
A. B. Ver Rochets, Afthsbaskavllle,
2. <J., writes: "Thirteen yean ago I was
seised with s severe attack of rhemna-
tlsm' in lhe heal,' frpmi which I ntarty
constantly suffered, until after having
used Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil fir nine
dtm„bethiog the head, *ro„ when {.wat
conlpletely cured, ahd bave only used
haUfcbot-le/'.  , ■--.   .   .,..,,
'_. . ..Ji   ■ t   '■ - ■   ■ ■ ■ s    * _,..■..;_■.  /
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press Telegraws.
Naw Yowt, Nov. 13.—A special from
Ottawa says: .The annual stateniontof
the minister of finance of the revenue
and expenditure of the Dominion for the
fiscal year ending June 30th last, which
will be published today shows a deficit
of J**,800,000. The revenue during the
year was only t3p,200,00O wh«e the government expended 830,000,000. The
treasury linearly empty and the minister
of Itaace. will 'shortly lie forced td Hoa* a
nif JleniAo enable the governulent*»
tutl.Jth* cutrimt.expcnditore. Never
were the fiaancet of Canada in a more
deplorable condition.
' Watsmwh, N.Y., Nov. 13i*rThere
waa a heavy taowtall last uightasd snow
is still falling. It is now «vsr 12 ins.
deep. Trains aft "ore thi* (-to ho
on all tite roails leading to tktttMttf,
storm
sttton of i
Snow Is
In drifts tri
on Ml roads osnts
late.
St.  Armoit,,
Nov. 1S.4-A,
o'clock 1
Heavjjeet
Ky at this
snow prevailing he's,
■deep on the level tad
» 6 feet deep. Trains
«g here are two hoars
jtaten Island, N.Y.,
whioh stsrtoil at 4
In the offlce of the
The Dominion governiM -UilKim'
{ilessed to appoint Mr. James O'Hal-
oran aa carrier of Her Majesty's mails
between the post offlce and the railway
station. _.-%,uimmmk.M m*-
OHalloran are to be congratulated on
If people troubltd^'^clir-m3tf
lake Ayer's Cherry Pectoral before going
to church or jo—til' 'Of entertainment,
they would avoid coughing, greatly to
♦JjWM»*iM*-k«--* '•••••-■'
Public ipoakors and singsrs find thtt the
?srt««iim»'Wi*r inm**,*** n»f»r
Ma^tWtUt!h^MrilU0H Vf,,\
Hr. Jaa,  Rousseau,  of the San
Francisco Boot and Shoo Store, Columbia It, announces a great sale of |8,-
under oost. Mr. Kouaiiau-s is one of
tlr»,oMe4-'*««ibM*mi-****«:tlttW«d-'
in this city, and the prices quoted are
such as to tempt even those who are
not now in need of "hoots and shoes.
If-
tZMlttSW^&S^^
IT. tt. reatsw «c*'t., tats
S5T5S?[
: Taui as Oosm.—Referring to the
tale of city squares which comes off
h_re ou the 27th Inst, the, Victoria
Tiiiw takes occasion to rtmtrk: " In-
vettort ihould hot miss the fortbeom-
ing'Mh)' for Ihe investment of money
ip ffew -yestitiiDster real estate is almost ss safe as depositing it in the
Bank'of England. Thst oily continues
to grow, and nothing: will prevent It
'rom bejundff'Wiiturf s.WI .mflst im-
portent centres. Now it has rnilway
as'Wtllaf water coinmunlottion with
all nerta.of the , enntinsnt ,,'an4 the
outw;, world., It ia .lie seat of the
gretttat Ifahery industry; the centre
of Ihe best agricultural district in the
ptwrhreji httjt-lifdlly lockttd for san-
itaryipurtioses; with sll ihe modern
improvements in light tnd wtter
works, and-utatjiag, etietgetio lot of
"^ffi^*
Bancroft, the
" hajraagri
incidenta aaso-
, ly annals i-Pffiw
J_£ * -!{■$ ** *^* $ w?"
uS^fSoldou "Site m«U° ^coiiTe'tht
iJouiinawhlineUotioIiiof the j Pacifio
ooskt'This cosicluiion wns arrived tt
without raferoimtoV the auriferbw
deprisitl bjrVliioh she Mas surrounded,
for this was prior to the great gold'Jit.,
cdvery in Calilornis^-an ovent dostin-
ed to givo tha bsy settlement's*! im-
mediat*. development Hot yet dreamed
of bythe most enthusiastic oitizori.
A Oaieful estimate in August, IW,.
makes_tlte population 469; number of
buildfngs 167; placet of iusineria 11.
Bofore tho gold fever begtli to rage in
May. 1848, tile number of inhabitants
had increased to about 900 and tliat of
buildings to 200. Town Mi that thon
sold for »12 to |2S ea»h changed
ids during theoarly phases of flush
uMiSt tor 110,000; to-dny many lots
not then, deemed .desirable at any
price are'worth rnore than u million
doUara. each, aiid tlio papulation hat
inowtuiedti>000,000...J .      !    •■■
*-v;-■>'■'   Ptfsonst.    «tQO-i
Mr.' Rl'g, Hanna, of Mud[Bay, iir-'
rived in the city to-day. .:
Mr. 0. D. Raud (Rand Broa.) waa
in Winnipeg on Monday. - .;.
Mrs. Gordon tnd Miss Gordon, wife
and daughter of Mr. Gordon, M. P.
for Nanaimo, arrived to-day on the
Dunsmuir.
Mr. D. B. Calbick, (Wintemute,
Calbick A Co.) left by the C.P.R. today for Ontario where he goes to purchase a stock for the new firm. The
stook will consist of furniture, and all
the appliances necessary for an undertaking business. Mr. Calbiolt expects
to return in about 3 weeks. '
'   PasSen-T-ers Per CP.tt.
By Telegraph.
Rogers' Paiw, Nor. 18.—Passengers
per C.P.R. tp arrive at Port Moody,
Sundaj*, Not, .18: J.;Nev(t-»n;;iH.
Langley, A. Bates, P.* Cunningham,
M. P. McGregor, 0. H. Jones, Mrs.
Gardner and 0 children, Mrs. Tedd
and 2 daughters, L. Bilsnuff, R.
Bracki, R. E. Dodds, R. Gibson, T.
Scott,' J. W. Hotchkiss, J. 0. Matthews, Mrs. M. A. Nelson, R. Nuttall,
O. J. Wood, for Viotoria; A. Baidsly,
New West; J. A. Man and wife,
Mrs. Estens and child for Vancouver;
J.Mi|^r*|o-"f-wo**la.-..'j .;■... Jjj-Qg
Untbrtantte Celestials.
«DU7A*-*iV
Extrects from a letter from Cariboo,
under data of Nov. 2nd, 1886, state
thtt two Chinamen, while going down
the river below Quesnell, in a canoe
loaded with lumber; got ttuck on a
rock. Five other Uhinttuen went to
their assistance, and through some
mishap the whole seven nut with a
watery jgVavt. . ■   :        ...].'.     ,
At Antltr oreek two Ohlnsuran #ert
severely injured by tn explosion nf
gitnt powdtr, I It appears that soma
miscreant put gitnt powder tnd fuse
down the storepipt, and when/John
started a Ire there was an explosion
which knocked the end out of the
ctbin and bit* olf ont of John's hand.
' 'lis legs,   The
and. Ihe flesh off ons of
othsr John wss badly burned  	
the ftce and hands, and tht recovery
of the victims is doubtfol.-SlonAm/.
.. -i i , , • *———-—
Tht Great French Remedy, Dr. Its-
Duo's Psriodloal Pills. These PiUsare
compounded (ran' tht purest drags, and'
from thnt only which are known to act
upon the generative Oraa-u In Females,
lhey are tint anointed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for, yean In any
climate. Aak us for private circular.
A. M. Hnuu-ni k D. S. Curtis*Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley, tad-
ner'eLmdlag; H. McDowell A Co., Vancouver; Pimbury A Co., Nanaimo) T.
Pickard, Penman Island; A. R. Johnton
* Co., Chemainus; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. R. MoCartaey * Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Milt Co., Vancouver; The Vaucouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B. tovell, Yalo;
W. It. Megaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
A Co., Kamlooni; Lanouv A Co.,
wholesale agents, Victnriu.    dwscflayl
Staten Islaai'dyeTng establishment at
New West Brighton destroyed the press
house, djwiog liouae, frame ream and
JjltJioifeerJl^gither wfth ^iolrJ_m(il(nti
and miobinery. Loss about 1100,000;.;
lt—t—mts, . Nov, „J8..— St. /Peter's
church which was burned last night was
one of the finest in the country. The
ediflos waa of stone and post, when ready
for its interior furnishlaga$125,000. The
cost of furnishing and finishing added to
churoh organ which was ene of the best,
oost $M,O0O, and the altar with Its Wr-
nishings about $3,000/ The stained glass
windows were all memorials. In the
altar wets t aumber of valuable relics
from Rome and also-archives of the
AdSoh.'srhliuVwere saved. -When tht
fire burned itself out nothing but the
walls were standing. J
PrrnBBiui.'ifdv. Lli-J-Ji _fhe-.eld;Pa;,'
spScialsays: '-A boiler in' Mapea'mill
near here exploded With terrtflo force
last evening, Instantly killing Milton
Mapes,;tbe owner'of! ihe mill,and his
12-year-old son. Three employes f*M
seriously if not fatally injured. ' Cause
of explosion unknown. .
EonnoS, Nov. lS.—Hearing in''So-'
bright's divorce case was resumed to.day.
Seveial witnesses testified to Mrs. Se-
bright's worried snd excitable condition
during tkt period immediately following
her marriage. Concerning the allegation
made In the petitioner's behalf that oho
of the means by whtdh J Mr. Sebright
forced her to marry was a threat that if
she refused he would declsrc that during
thelr.eecret engagement he had obtained
a surrender of her virtue, the judge said
that no evidence had been adduced to
sustain the charge. Mr. Sebright'.
counsel thettAipon withdraw tho alTogat
tiov*+hfcl. Mr. Sebright declared wst a
base lio. Lady Scott, mother of Mrs.
Sebright testified that when she heard
of the alleged threat by the respondent
against her daughter's character she took
steps which had refuted ony possible
olainr that Mr. Sebright might make
against the young lady's honor, j;The
case hasheen adjourned aatU Tus_dtj>
next, when judgment will be rendered.
Ward, tho socialist who was arrested
in Trafalgar on the Oth, was fined 10
shillings fpr disturbing the peace.
Paris, Nov. 13.—A landslide at Km-
bran Hantes, Alps, buried eight persons,
all of whom were killed.
' WiHtron, Kansas, Nov. l.T.'-Atr ii
this morning, at the BraUun house, Lil.
lisn Qulnn shot Frank K. Lockwood anil
then heraelf, both through the head.
She is dead, and It Is believed he cau not
livo. It ts undentood to be a case of seduction. A coroner's jury will inveeti-
*_._!_. .';.'. ;.j'..'':
Boda Pksth, Nov. 13,-Count Kal-
nosky, minister of foreign affairs for. the
whole ot the AastroiHungarlan empire,
to-day made before a delegation a declaration of tbe imperial foreign policy.
The tenor of the address was pacific.   Iu
From Pole to Pole
Aveb's S*nsipanitii list _.i_on_trntcd its
power of enre for all .liases ofthe bleed.
Th« Harpooner's ttory. '
li     Mu>Bia/ord,June],J8iS.
P«,*;C.Alia»;Cl>--Twonly yesrs IIO I
«jsah.moniKr laU»Nortl, fstlilr. «h.tSr.
o«trs of th.e ib. omt (nysclf were laid up «lth
"*?'»'• S"' hcftswtfcWstled, sum. swollen
and breeding, teatb bow, purple blotches all
pvcrrrn, mill onrIrrcaUiiiTmc- mttcn. Takolt
byimdliu.gewowWPMHfbsdlyoir. All our
llme-Juleo was accidentally destroyed, but Ibe
captsla bad a epanlo dascn bottle, of Avib's
SABSAMBiUi an,■im-v.t tliat. W. reeov-
ered on It quicker *Ii_nXbaro ever aeen men
brousU about by ary(»l«_l*^tiaci,lf„rlSc...Tv,
and I've seen a good deal of lt. Swing no men.
Hon In your Almsnsoof you, SSjnsparills being
g^forscurw.It'siiitj-^-clilhVti.taowo.
thia, snd so seed you the tleta.:
Eospectfoliyyctrs,   Rj-rfrRlVWnioAT--.
ThoTrbs^t-ta-tjirfenc**.^
tf<ute.,Baiutoland(S.i/rica,)ilar,kr,lUa.
Dl.'*. O. Attn A Co.-o.nUes»>nr;Havo
mt-kJllcatUMa tntlfyto Ihe -raw value of
yonr;fin_parillii. We' tno teWaktlened
here for oplvft Mara, daring WIWbfflEe we
had to live ln teals. Being ualer eanvss for
sueh a time brought en what la called In thia
SJfiSQT"""""	
psillla, two bottles of wai
.IMjar-apldly.-adlt-a
*   aoaiatruw,,,     T.
JVwpsr.'-iiieJI
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Is the only thoroughly eDbcHve Wood-parHsr,
tbe only medietas that eradleates the polnon. of
Sen-Ms,' Mercery, and ConUglou Dlscaa.
from the system.    !r-
'   vninninBT
Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Matt.
;'■■■■ »^aas6,*rM,r'-'-
Ti-'lf'sJ.VL',
f*7!l'J£Vi?' «***««. 'Be'rvlMS ev-
P enr Sunday at 11 a. K. and 7 p. x. In
tie Ohuroh, St, John street, below Roval
5S!?,1"-, 8-^?,* E"!.' *j" 9* coraialylff
vlted, Sunday Sohool at a.80 p. ir.        ,, j
D. Drysdale -&Ca
fiave now in IJtock a Complete Assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHINGS and CARPETS.
Men's Clothing and Underwear, Fine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' add Youths- Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
TWEED MACKINTOSH   COATS, .GOSSAMERS j AND
V.^"''"!',f   J':"   ''■ UMBERLLAS.:    "":':"   /'":    ?'T    ■
TtTETHOMST   CHURCH,'■( Marr ttts
JM. Ren C.Vatson; Pastor. BewSs rt
Si'?lJ*!,',-u>an7JS-'m*   Sunday School and:
Bible Class 3:80p.m.    **--     "   ■'
Thursdays at 8 p.—
Oardlally Invited,
Thursdays at8,p.V.' -teaS!freo?SS»S«ert
—*■"-"- " jej*.  '
!»f,Ti;T CHURCH, Rev. ROb*. Ler,J
L,°l£ WW! ^".et« fflSM <"°drt Hottsej"
rvlces at ll A.H. and Tp.k. Sahhath
School and MblejOMIH'-i-trx.  P.Sjr°
er Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strangerecordlally Invited. aySfe
OfliON l.onoK iv.. », a. v.
X A. He. The regular Corn-.
munlootlons of this Lodge are
.    . held on tho Bret Monday In each
month, Sojourning brethren are oaaliai-
ly luyltedtoattend        D. wrosW.
teti-Ui Secretary.
SITUATION WANTED
BY'A.lfAN WHO IS COMJPE^fiNt T6
keep books, look after a store or other
mercantile business, collect, can ymi, or
take charge of a butchering business, of
VOUld Undertake almn-rf. nnv hnnnmhlt
employment.
Apply at This Offlce.
dwnol2to
BRICKS! BRICKS!
*»S>AT REASONABLE RATES AND 8000 (|UALITr.*S»
'- '! '•'''  , . -,..'       ■>''■   ■■     ■ ■.■      ,      ■'   ■   ■■■     !       ...".■ I I. ..■
■'  Samplesisent on application. .•■■   •■■■;•'■'■■
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
fl. Columbi-i Street; N."W.  ■'
dwoc6tc
fflBr
JUST ARRIVED
'if'MNE A^ORTliENT OF
W. B. TOWNSEND,
or AUSTIN  BRICE.
'■'" dnolnll
REMOVAL,
■p AND BROS. HAVBTAKEBf OPPJOES
XV on the corner of Miu-kenrle and
Clarkson Streets, ono block above Columbia St., where they are now prepared to
-..^^ .. ,....,—„ »__ >y ,„ idoMte. |
oin »i„ wnerc mey
attend to btmlness.
2t. SMITH,
>   CITYj SCAVENGER,
IS  tf&W  PREPARED TO   REMOVE
-. Night Boil, Dry Rubbish, etc.  rji
All orders promptly executed al fettou-
able rates. Z. 9MITH.
faot Oaunt Kalaokt's sucech was t repe
tltlon ot the sentiments lately expressed
hj-TitMe, malatalhing the latter's declaration that the peace of "Europe wu
for the present assured.
Bono*, Nov. 11—Desnatchtt from
tarioua portions of {{ew Hampshire anil
Vermont indicate a heavy fall tf snow
laat night and thia morning.
O-WHUO, Nov. 13.—The tug, l'rootor
left here for Charlotte laat night before
the storm with two barges in tow.   She
got lost in a snow ttorm aud her barges
rote away, the tug, badly iced up,
liaally got Into Charlotte but nothing has
been heard from the barges. There were
six men on each barge who arc probably
loot,.. Several wrecks are reported along
iota, -i - -,( ■ ■ " '''Ul   i
iiiii ill  '   i-'i':,**.*
Glvt Holloway't Cora Cure a trial.  It
removed ten corns from one pair of feet
without any pain.  'What it has done
once lt will do again.
■ii*       t i      i
Canadian Psoltor »n.I Hymnal, with
tunes (fdr Prosbiterun Church), at T.
R. I'sarson It Co.'., New Weatmlntttr
andOrfnvillt.    , •
Mortgages,, peoilt,
Uases,
ink for
kinds, at Ti R. l'oar*.ii * CoV
gages,   Deeds,   Leases,    Agree
noptt ofSlilo, aud blank forma of all
Beautiful plii'iiicBii lili' |mn.ir»iiiii.
views in British rohimMa, 11.011 i«r
-it tt'T^H- P"iti«lsi IIV's,   '    '   '   :
-■: ._ ..-'^HE^^' i- tl    ■■
'Mr'atr. Adelaide, tern op-rlvet, Nov.
13,-Mrs Darcy, Mr A Mrs toflena, Obas
Hmltli, N Johnson.c Bmltb, Blanobard.
w J Hmltli, Haudoock, Mount, several
Chinese tnd Indians.'
Per atr. Dunsmuir, front Nanaimo, Nov.
U-Hra Gordon, Mn Ledger, Miss^^ Gordon, Keece, Young, Alexander, HOgan,
Bwnrts.
ALEX. HAMILTON
^TOi*wE^UTllR.
IIAS SEVERED ALL CONNECTION
II willi .Toll 11 Mortimer, ol Victoria;
and undertakes to furnish *
All kinds of Monumental Work
-       AT REASONABLE RATES. I'll
Also,takes contracts for Mason. Work,
in all Its branches.      ■ _   ■
Agent for Heller's aiaece Cealerpletea
aVflMckess.
11 P. O. Box UM, Now Westiniuster.
■ tlocislo     **"*-•»*''
Trimmwggs, Blaelj; and G^olored
WOOLEN HOODS, TOPS, GLOODS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery * Mantles.
LOUDON HOUSE,
No. ISS. find 127, Cor, CotunMa and Maro
Streets, New SFestmintter.    Awocll
-A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
TO THE PUBLIC
OWING TO' THB LARGS IN*
erwiso in tho number of pttidnta
received at the lloyal ColumUao Hospital, New Westminster, ditrins the lut
year, the Board of Direatore And it necessary to appeal to the public for assist'
anco. In view of* the fact that the dis*
bnirsemeiits for ihe last six months have
been in excess of the revenue, and that no
Sublic subscriptions have been solicited
uring the past three years, the Board
are compelled to make this appeal.
Mr. W. H. Keary will personally caa*
vaas for subscriptions. *
G. ti. CORBOULDr
President.
New West, Sept. 28,-1886.   dw»29m2
Pleasant as syrup; nothing equals it aa
orm medicino. tlie name is Mother
kves' Worm Exterminator. The greatest worm destroyer of the age.
awi
(Jravi
Wholesale mtrMirkel.
Beef, r per 100 lbs..
Porlt \!Z€
Mutton "
Hldes(gr'n)"
I-ottttoes I*.
Turnips
^rsnlps
Qabbntte "
unions "
Apples "
ream -'
Wlunt- "
Oai» .»
IViw -'
Hoy, i«.i- lun  .
Hutter(r»llH) perlh.
Olieese,
periloE.
I'tH'll
Qeo'iie,
llnnkfl •'        .„i.....»t,
Oii Ink.-iim, per pair. ,..«..
Turke,vn,m!rHi,.M ;..'....
OinlwiMxfavtiilhpurciml,
Jub iidhtliinof all kinds neatly dune
k the Columiuan olRi*       *
ltd ii-Wtri tlw
j-hn in*i. ■*--.
Prices will be
tlian at auy othor office ia
Aih, ,   <-
A full line of ('nnadiau Hymnals just
n-Hvwl »t T- It. l^•«l^m*fcCo,'a   30l7tc
dwnoStc
(OPPOSffli; COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B. O.
BAKERS and GROCERS
Talentoil' and   Channlag
Actress,
Yonng
fpMpil
Supported by the Versatile Coat)Hm,,
M. I k C#ER
And n Strong Dramatic Company, In
."      tln-iv I'tctiircw-iu-L»i»ma, n
DRILL SHED,
Tuesday Erenlng, 16tb InBt.
Rrnrrvwl RentH on snip nt T. K. Penrson
A Vti.'tl Bonkatorc.   ,     . ilnolWd .,
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVK FORMANY YEARS SUPPLIED THK WEST BSD mm
■■ excellent Bread and superior Grocories liave just purchaaed Mr. WUlla'a
lease of the Bakery, lately owned by F. Kimble, ou Columliia Stroet, and will keep
the tWo houses open tor. the accommodation of the pnhlic. They cnpge to supply
Or-ods of the very best, description and a*, the lowest possible prico.. .  . . ..n
MT Goods delivered to all parts of the City free ot charge.
'datStjW'
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
IMPORTERS AKD DEAU5RS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMEHTO
New WetrtmlnMer  Vanoouvar * Vletorit. ;,Columbian
L-w!aro:
rmlier lis 18W. J
Obituary or Amber Malott.
Ambek Maioit.—Bom in tho State
of Illinois, December llth, 1861; waa
hanged at Kainloeps, B.C., November
Jho laat fourteen niontha the
llii unfortunate man "has been
associated with all that is cruel nnd
vile, and what the Devil has made of
him lias been! jubllthed in all the iiewa-
papera of "our province, causing many
to Bhudder with horror. ButChriBt
Jaj_e-B.Jca_tie to (Iqotroj.the-work*. lof the
Bevfl, and* God's alniigfify goodness
and mercy has beoiv- magniJfled in the
salvation of the soul of this murderer;
and through the merits of Christ,,
tli**jlg*Oiis body rests in a dishonored
gravti, his redeemed spirit is forevor
separated from Bin and silt's deserts.
For God's glory and the' encotirage'"
ment of sinful men, who may, if thoy
will, follow/this I. example, repent and
be made "new creatures in Christ
Jesus," the short, Bod life of Malott is
»o.«joiMJiten*;'nl>e-;.
lStpg to ingodly parent, whenever
acunBtoninl" liltirto "attend 'Divine wor-'
ship or Sunday-school; never instructed him from God's own Book, or'
taught him to-pirny. He hail no recollection of ev«r saying at n mother's
kneo;.r"Gent-el,Ji»i)8'1' %SfSys 1 lay
me." ' Mo wonder he left home and
wandered into the bord'BrTStates'wKen
about eighteen years of age, drifting
<-> h" Xtt_ ou .tlw sea.-uf,.**_ustettee
without* .sXnp-j, M y. -*.,.ot a helm.
I'nfortiHWll-J. *o, We l»d; no trade
and was obliged to get a living for
himself by day labor. About three
years ago he visited liis home, and
while in his native State did for a i
short time frequent church and religious services, and heard the gospel
preached; but he said it never*tieemed
»ld havo any applioa-
"kiBritE and'bo pereMiivir
ning at home for a season lie returned to Montana, intending to locate
there, but meeting a former acquaintance he was persuadcjd ' to' accompany
him to British Columbia. In partnership with this young man he procured
from tWgu|Brmn£.ifc.-» liemse to sell
int-'iicitum lnjjiibra, ttndi'V whose la*
he waa AKret months later condemned
to for^Wmalll* forth*' 'critae of taking the life of a customer, quickly,
with a gun.
' iDamaistent as it may seem, the law
wTJcnM^V'T&J DIM-riotkilHhy
fellow-man, in a moment, whewthy
blood is boiling with angry-paJuiibn,,
alao nays, "If you nay into the treasury
of tlm provjnce.theamallsumof 950
every ; viiar, Qw. ihidl * be protected
from all blame find enjoy the privilege
of furnishing to as many persona aa
you can induce to-take it, e>y#nd
night, Sunday and week-day, for au
unlimited period, a slow poison, which
will madden the brain and cause many
of your - victims , to commit horrible
crimes, such as murder and suicide,
while others will certainly fill prema-
tute-and dishonored graves, their-eouls
being consigned to a drunkard's Hell."
We hear much about ''cold-blooded"
murder. Surely such it is when a
government or an individual designedly permits these results to be made
possible for the twite of gain. Had no
saloon;, keen liot-naind. in Kamloops district, ddbbuas tin saloon-keeper and
his vifithri would bt*jth have been saved
from such untimely deaths; therefore,
thirst cause of the taking of their
HveKi criminal.     aiT^i ijF*
Those-who knew Malott Well in tite
upper country testify thut naturally he
l*wus and kind-hearted,
t time to give up his bed
■"fc. dollar with those who
i than himself; but
ht^Bsaad^fc*J»Q|rernabt&.temper,
una tye   "evil one1* made  him his
agent/^-v   ^ '     -A^  ~      "*
When met he waa confined in the
New Westminster jail he wm |o. ignorant of Bible truth and God's pLati of
salvation as revealed therein that he
tound it (dillicult to understand tlw
wonderftfl'promise: "If we confess o-tir
sins, God is faithful and just to f nrgi vo'
us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness"; and afterwards, as his
Hi-il-in* t%* .light of God's purity and
love--appeiijr*l\) him exceedingly sinful, he feared it would bo presumption
for such as he to profess to be cleansed
from oil Bin iu the blood of Christ and
made a child of God and an heir of
Heaven. He was told that he need
notj^-*fl%4it anything, that KJs duty and
; was-: to confess that he had
h>f. the "(jfcief ol sinners,"
luit Jesua'Chriat was ah almighty,
perfect Saviour, "able to save to the
uttermost all who como to God through
Him," and "where sin abounded, grace
did much more abound." By degress
bit- 8H»d fetaipod j thc foot ttat tho
Saviour, not the sinner, was glorified;
tliat to all eternity he would stand un-
condomned, pardoned, redeemed, be-
e had iiccof ttd the atonement
J by hia W-fine wljatitute, and
tWTToiy wfrir'h^r regfhfflffed wi
nature. He always manifested n most
humble, contrite spirit; never in any
measure excusing himself for the crime
which caused hia iinpriagiiuient. . One
day whenJLpstfjfl-nl at to h»' hopes,
he replied^ " t buliev* God hai for*
given me, hint I ean never forgive myself, and 1 can never forget." To the
gfffrnor of the.jail, who accompanied
hnii,j^ KaiploopBi nnd who during the
pa'»t year pas rewarded his quiet ubo-
•Jibnci to prison rule by many evi*
He-tes i'i* friendly approval, he confided this final testimony: " I know I
deserve it all, but I am uot  afraid; I
mh-W-ty to ™9t" W,lt)I1, MkeA m few
week's ngo if he realized the grout
change 'that had taken plaoe in hit)
character since first he was confined in
£wJMl__&i*$ift*ffi.
God's kindness in permitting sn many
reprieves was mentioned, and he was
aakeH f ho should lure beof .saved if
lifTift "Ofl'Qfi ••t"*"L '""tone
■.tU-fcepTiM-i. M-«il,.>»ir, I '«»1
sure I should not."* He was naturally
very reticent, and new convened
freely, but fur aevenl months past his
countenance  hu frequently boen lit
moat intense grief when his mother's
name was mentioned) and he re-fused
to the last to-write home, giving as a
reason that naf he wu so far inm
home she might uever know his end.
It is to be hoped that if ever she does
hear of his fate the bright as well ns
the dark side of the story may be
given, that her broken heart may be
driven or led to the same Saviour in
whom her son found corafort( api
that aha tap*, maj beeVerlas_in||ly
saved. If a*, and if, as well, «**•*•
poor'guiky on»who feels too--row in
sin for divine grace to reach and rescue, will take courage from the recital
of God'a mercy to Malott, add trust in
Christ *qr salvation, this obituary
shall nnt have been written in vain.
Let us all learn tn be very kind tM
those who. Mn fallen, although. j-f*
shun and abhor their crimes. Let us
be " merciful even as our Father in
Heaven is merciful." And just here
let me aay a wordior the condemned-
men yet in our jail, whose time Mi
pires on the 24th tif this month. 'One
nioiith,Mn.very short time for men
charged with such a crime to realize
their true position and acknowledge
and feet' theraselvet verily guilty in
Grid's sight. In their souls' interests
it is most desirable that their term of
iinpriaonuent almild, if possible, be
;**-|iitl^.-,*-Hrf!Vl*^'r,'|Be:b-**n
Uk-tt'sti-nlontheagOi hit tbat wtnilff
-probttlry IB*r8-bM(iil»st;- ''-**rti» b'ddy
is dead . because of sin," but if they
only repent and trust in Christ their
apirits.may be;'' life becauso of right-
eousnew," not'their own but God's.
" There are lonely hearts to cherish
While the days are going, by: __
~ There dfe-Weary souls who perlsli
While the days are going by.
Oh, the world Is full of sighs,
Full of sad aad weeping eyes;
■Help yonr fallen brother rile,
ft, Wlillo the days are ajrlag by."
' t A; CHrmTlWWb'iiiliR.
Temperance Exaggeration.
We often hear it ssid that the evils
of the liquor traffic are greatly exaggerated. It is also charged that theae
exaggerations oomo froph-^pfofeJllioiKtl
(emperance.lecturers»it-liolfcei»j.wjio,
ara Datanst-ki in nukiai, the ixmim
seem aa black as possible. Some temperance lecturers are, we admit,
nil ty of intemperance in the use of
language; but we doubt if any temperance lecturer ever made stronger
statements than are made in the following extract from a recent .aJtlroas
to agrandjnry by Mi_.iJua'ic»-|Iaw-
kins, one «f tht moit|l!|it*o*it lagliah
judges:    *
" When I come," he laid, "to look
through the calendar, and when I aee,
the number of cases which have beeii
committed under the influence of
drink, I.oannot help saying a word or
two on that subject. Every day I live
the more I think of the matter, and
the more firmly do I come to the conclusion thst the mot of' all crime is
drink, that revolting tyrant which affects people of all ogee and of both
sexes, young, middle-aaa<* and old;
father and sou, husband arid wife, all
in turn become its victims. It is
drink which, for the most part, is the
immediate and direct cause of those
fearful quarrels in tho .publie atreete
at night which terminate in serious
mischief, or some other outrage." It'll
drink which, for tho most part, is the
incentive to crimes of dishonesty. Tt
ia drink which causes homes to become
impoverished, and traces of the misery which it causes are to be found in
many a cottage denuded of. tb, .commonest articles ot comfort and* necessity, which have gone to the pawn-top
simply to provide for that hideous tyrant, drink. I believe, kuowing what
I. do, and havipg by experience had
mjattentimidrawn to it,thnt nine-
tenths of the crime in this country is
engendered inside the doors of tlit
publioJiOi»-e.*-.W    J..   ."TO
Mr. Justice Hawkins is not known
as a temperance advocate. Quite
likely he is not a total abstainer. A
leader at (he English hnrfor years,
and now one of the moat eminent of
English judges, he ba» had special pp.
port unities for seeing the crime caused
by drinking customs. He tells us
that nine-tenths of-it is. engendered
insido tho doors of public houses. The
lestimeny of thi, eminent Englishman
is na doubt  true.—Ciiinnfit  Preshjie-
$wu
life and homo prepared for him by a
risen Saviour was spoken of and sung
about,   ^-^•■-ty »»^w*l^'th
This POWdejjlweriXa'iMj^Aw*rv«l_o*
orpliosphftte powders. .Sold oiilyjn.uans.
ri£K6ktorW-M*it,m boi;*«'*'»h*w
NewYfl*.. . i  •   ■■    ..('J   ■' MoJiSfely
M#_MHffl|~
\[OVf IR THB ■TIME'-TO 8HND1 Wt-
jH j-our order**, It ypW'want some of
those nice - (mtt or ornament.-, trees,'
shrubs, etc., fmm Ontario. As I return
about the middle of June to Nettle up mv
afTaln thore and come oHV MfHll with
the stock*'for* my 'nursenr hero, -aad Will
■elect and bring your orders rlftiit. along!
with me for this full and next spring's
{tlantlng.I will satisfy alt both aeioqua-i
Ity of trees and fruit, nnd I will be settled'
here ln the business so you will know
where to And mo.; AU oommunliiattons
after tho m.ddloof Juno muy be addressed
tome at Dowmf*nvllle,Ont.,M* toCnrloton
4 Harris, Port Hammond. -, ..
Q,Vf. HENftt,
my22tc I'ort Hammond P. 0.
TltEMOKlCiULNi.6.
,1 P.0.BIX7I
!pry Goods* Men's Furnishings;
1 Groceries & Provisions.
LUMDBOM-B BLOCK, tyiqmhi^ fit.
: t. ,\~:['X*r*xtii&'. ■ •
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE ITNDERSIPXED lias established
himself ln tlie City o( New Westminster with a nitST-UIiASH
ooVerei) carriage,
: Wbiell I. apcnTur Cngngeaaettls at .
. . very nawlerale raarces. .:'*/.]
Orders left nl the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended,
o day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
T T , - JOS. CATE*-.
Telephone Wo. 89. | - "tnyltc
Toeonio, Nov. 9.—Last jiight Mm
Loyal and 'Patriotic Union posaeiited
Prof. Goldwin"*S*nith witErjjH&to-
latory nddress rrr*^ecognitafl*^(^Rc
BUccess of his services to> the kryaliBt
.cause in England recently.
WiKMrmi, Nov. (t-.Navigaiion has
not .yet been clneed dp Lnku Winnipeg.
Sir Donald A. Siiiith is announced its
in tho field against nil comers.
Reijina, Nov. 9.—Davin rocoived
tho Conservative nomination for east
Assinabrrinn on Saturday. There was
considerable excitement hore last evening at the police headquarters, when
it was discovered that fivo members of
tho foree hod deserted, taking part of
tlieir troop ammunition to the extent
of no( lest fiitn T.OOPjKmnde., (The
names' of tKc deserters are J. McOree,
Sutton, W. S. Whyte, and two others.
Several squads of police are in pursuit.
Trooper Rattan has been put under
arrest ou suspicion of .being connected
with the dewrting part/.     '■*•"
Hileiu, M.T., Nor. K—i despatch
Bays thut Special Agent Crawford, who
wob Bent by the Interior Department
to tlio Belly River and St. Mary'a
river country, Northern Montana, to
examine into the iillcged.depredationSi
mado there by Canndiim lumbormun,
has reported. Hu states that lie found
tio work' going on but saw Bigns of a'
considerable amount of depredations
though it did not look sa if any of it
hnd been dono this year. Ho found
about ten thousand logs lying out thero
cut. Canadian lumbermen have beon
-Jit-ting, timber, tuid floating JI down
Holly Rivor to Lethbridge *here it was
out into building timber and distributed throughout the Northwest Terri;
(tories. jj Accounts uf. tlto extent of thii
'-.iloprodatiorut npinar tobe«r^t|m(a(.
Fububd Toxooi and I-trima Hiiratii
are two concomitants of biliousness remedied by Northrop A Lyman's Vegetable
,pisao^aryo,no;,topanto,0»re. JSmfk-
born, which hsrwet Swdripentoit.ier
meals, and all the perplexing and changeful symptoms of establishotT Indigestion,
are dispersed hy this salutary corrective
j«onl,_»^o,lel*ritts«l!Mtlo<l/f«irJ*|er,
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Famishes all Kinds or Help
Free »r Charge.
OUR BUMS IMY.
T\'6 YOU AVANT TO BUY OB BELL A
U IJiislncHs, take a partner, etc.
PMSKBIK8 A CO.
OFFICE! Fort Htreet, between Doujtlas
and Broilabton, VICTORIA, 11. C. P. O
boa 631. inha
:'.jl!i3f332!!'i-1^iTS*u'!!'iJJf/t2inr
—    H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND a'oOM
supply
WAY
yot
Fresh attfl; 8Wt Wattar flsli!
oAiiaar BiABi-ar. him
DBAI.EB IN SKINS ANnrKLTBIES.
Purohnse.Mlttin delivered In any part
of the eity Irnn o[ cbarge;    . *-l)y3lyl
DMSllMlil
".ew Westminster, B. C.
': J..;"       mhioto  '    '■'; ! |'
FIRE W8UBAMCE COMP'V.
' ,1 OldDkoadHr. aod 161'AUsSIkW,   r
b ,,i ..,•  LONDON. • o .. snHsta
INS-riTU^D 1808.;
FOR INSURING HOUSSS A OTHER
Buildings. Coods, Wares,! Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Btock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels j also, Ships building and Mpajhjing, Barges and otWi Vessels on navigable rivers,and,canals, audr
Qoods on board such Vessels, tlironghout
Great Britain and lrclaud and in 1*0. sign
Countries,.'
FROU 108S OR DiHJlGK Bf FIBK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,   . .
J6-U6Q0,0,OO."STCk'
.' Ratei of Premium and every informa-
Uoncan be obtained on application to
w. j; 4SPT,ptQJ,s,   '.';:■;
i' ■ , Agent for Nnr [Wattminster.
-PRACTICAL
Hu Juat received for the Holidays a fine
aaaortment of Gold and Silrer   .   ;
JEWELRY
OENTS'
Wood and Goal.
THE ftUnaCRIBEH RAfl ON HAN)) A
large quantity ol
BEST \VELLI\GTOX LUMP GOAL
And an awortment of
CORD WOOD,
Whieh he will sell at lovest rnt«H.  He
will alao promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left ntMr. Mi.Cu.Pn store on Columbia Mtreet, or at my house, Doug-AN
street, will meet with, prompt attention.
. ' HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westmlniter a G. JlylOto
WHITE
IS KINO!
ladles Size Swiss Gold. WatcHies
from $25to 155, , „. '.
Indies Size American stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
..,■ 183.60..    «"'l       •-' ;<■■>:■•■'
■KXIKBIB-We do not sell "fllled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold.       ,
Onr good, aro guaranteed jost as represented, and prices lower than any
othor Iiouse iu 11. C.
COWNIAL BLOCK,      ,: '"»
NEW 'WESTMINSTER;"«. Oi
'.leirjte ■   ■
TESTIMONIAL!
' .'n;[Jj:/J,f^MW«r' W *?*SjSrii^fi11
MR.,<?. RQBERT^Oif,.,
Vancouver:
11 Repre^ntingGoldle 4 McCulloch, [ .
.'   A•.  •  ■   '   Gait,Ont.
,JiB,^^0w'uuilfli8iKuedJiaving.wit-
nested the terrible nre which wiped out of
existence the young city ot Vancouver,
oh1 the itsth lnrt., havc,yaftetih?nr3;exT
Amliwditttt aafea aold-tqr-ydu. wnW'dl
whlclv were put to the most tievete teat,
having heen; surrounded -toy* large auantl"
ties oflard niid bacon, ami we itre pleaued
to testify to the remarhahlo ■ manner In
wUlih ftVflryeafe sold by yo*i preserved
its contents, uot only boohs and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
moneywort taken out In perfect condition. We ean, therefore, with the greatest confld onco, recom in eud them as thoroughly Are proof: ' ■'■■*'1 '-*.i--"
L, A. Hamilton, for tlio CanadianPaclfls
Railway Company; M. A, MaeLean.
- Mayor-,4ohh .1. Blake, qtlpendleVy Ma-
tratP,.City or Vancouver; tbomasDunn,
Jiifitltjo of tho Pence; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E. :Band, Reul Kslate Broken
''BeBrtfBe Bro!iS?n^lttici''l4*Kdso8;
Royal Hotel; II. F. Kootar, Oontmotorj
ASSOCIATION.
i JusfcJteeewedviaC.
P,;.R.:!oni1^-W^d'*r
Stoves and Hangfis.
Tliese Stoves are from
tiie,qeiebi:ated;fl*m,,^
of -;|K "{A; O^Gitmey:^'
0o. and are we 11
l^o^il&lJe'thfc^Sti
its. ;the;;:market?;; -Pair**
ties i desiring Stoves
will do well to giye us
a call before purchasing! elsewhere; as we
are, offering these
Stdv^ at ^^igl^adi
vance on cost to make
room for j two more
car loads now on, the
way.      ...'i.r.;,.., ■
E. S. SCOUUAR & CO.
.d0UlJ(Ur      a    (XJI-UJIBIA BXBBBT.
mt wwi.
.r-,.,,j, EiiS'EBlAMiE.B    hroqjtn
UMnii '.*tmMiB-l',;'i(lcm()tf,uwHiil
leave on MONDAYS *-_r>GHUllwhaok
nnd way places, returning on Tuesdays.
;dwno)l.lo |    OAPT. _<_$__ifS__-
ALBION
JAMKS FISiBB, tnimtOT.   a
M9J.UMBJ.TSi 8BApSt01.es, T»MjB8,
. ■■„vt#»i^-mm&-iim*ms i"
,', ..J »*TPBKtMASW*-.*»ft|..J.J...',j
•peieonavMr-W a»» ^Ba^h^iwidMit
Jertgns^prteia, «<j 'furnfil"So'n'appfha"
nstprlces,(
 "ifln.wirlr,,- 	
on the Pacific Coast, and at.,...
rates.  N,I1,—No agents employed,
ri fierden Street,;Vlflorl«, 1.C.
OpiHiSt. Anarow's.Pijji'lyteiliuifehnrs.ti
Importer and Dealei-W ';
irr   UtCLCDUfO   I   111
^JSSontii,   '■■■
PLYMOUTH ROCKI,
• klNOSHAHOB,
whii. (*r.H.d'_Hae»_*ola*.dfi
°,'",^??K,fc*KT.'.,iv***'
; tiho'is   ■■.■■,i..i:--U*,msiii, Himistm.
nnd all stocir guarau'tcer
nd;E_»l!Supp|li3d»tlowuate«(
 id, , ,,i     ,   ,
: Bo. »l A-e-me, Ka»lofBoi*jl«»SU
.}J!Iiriii       '   mhatc ' ...r-i,.;
HA.I8MUJO0  YJIAO  3HT
» ui']-:
• iw i v iuvhiu uiuui
..a JJKITHU9 Ori* «S3«CIT-ie AI-HUJ83 HBlTlna
GOLUMBti SIBEET,
'*'   . .!•'-* "• :- '• ;■     I .rOr.f u ul
■^prW^BW.
UOO  VJX33W 3HT
itti-i* -..ai-'f-.-if.-' -(-iflva i.'mi*-!
j New. Wcstinlfl8ter,CtHifl»rlH.r
.    undSettllle Beole.», »
I J. W, TARTE, Master.)
T-TIJLL LBAVB SEATTtlt BVKRY
,Tj.v**!w*^"«^"f#*t«*»***.J!-J|l
**q,w Westminster and Coal Harbor, Tif
pott T6wnse»a and the mands; arrtires at
Sew 'Weatmtmter on Friday (orettoM,
leavea (or Coal. Harbor aboot two hemes
anenraros; leayes COAL HARBOR SwV-
day UtilirtarSeoiUe.      a is Mill a Hi la
'''■ Nile l« Seatlle,.................,»*•• ■'
*"'' |M_U-Bi^tok,:.i.'.r.,'....:.:.•*.<*'■ ■•■"
Spocial tatos tii merchants.       apipte,'
A Private College I
•I
llUCrli
ll
llnpurter and Dealer In
Faiiifiies!
—AND—  '"'
n-i nass-l    ,S1 .voK ..■■.'!'...: (.fl
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
Ial ..'.'i   I   :«i   ■   J .'  "rrl   .■■■■II :   '■
Flrsfc-Qlass in quality,
Sold at.Bottom Prides
>,!/;lI>9f5'i_j_Jri!l!l!lOlir'i
500,000 NOW IN USE
Arid biiftfing the Righelit Tes'imo-
* '"nlals'ftoni all who iyio thorli;
The Cheapest and Best Machine in the Market.
Call nod 'exa.nlusjiiom bsloru going
elsewhere, at
 Chas. J. Robson's
I . .,   _ ClttllT BTOBE,
Opnsl li-Ciilonlilnl Hotel. llnn_l.'
liauaaleetaplMl.........
Full Gov'm't Deposit
HEAD OFFICEiTO-ftbNTO.CAl'ADA
A'HQME^MPA^Y,''
This. Associatipti,, merits the
confidence the Public is, reposing in it from . tlie".' following
FACTSs '     --
The »«--*l.* olMM vsVUUy hiW»r« Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada, . .,._,
' II has no schemes of Insurance) butUie
well-CHtnbllBlied lines, hence the potior
hplderscannot lie misled antothefroon-
' Its statements to the public can He readily understood, Ils cash statement show-
Ina every Item of inromo ond how expended. .... ,  r*i'
Its position Isnsuertalned annually from
adetalled valuation in which every Item1
oflluiillllylslncluile.1.
Its progrcs. hue been jircxampled In
the history ot Iu.."ranee In Canada.
lie polhrlos at • l ullspulable afler.tlirec
years, and non-._.feltttble after two years'
existence.
IU profits are distributed upon an eoull>
able tnislaj The profits to one cluas of
polioy holders aro not lessened 10 give'
larger profits to any other olass, whioh
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal < nnrlllloa. ru I
  .Trmif  - .
J. K.JfacOONALp,
MahBglngl-lrector.
LRPEARSijN&CO.
t'\ ' ,Xi)teiW^t.^ewi#je»tinli'iil#i ■
"jf7-!!»m'iil'MrHnt*.
The best Pl&ce in the
• ;;sjPi^-,*tojbu^;-y^or' .■
ly'ii'irt^aeehea. i
. '. Jnbw rutnai   '     ■■'■in --'i'''     *
r-uirn     Deano's Brick Blook,
NEW WE8TMIS8TRR, B. (',
w«»t p»»iioi«ih Sir »h»t mi  .
STARR KIBhlEV PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption liai lor some
timo heen recognlEcd b/MedlcarMen tn
bo the most simple end effectual means
of cnurryitt-g to.-DiseaypdiOti
tlWB.-ljVutWcwMqif.Kfdricy _,
Oomplalnm ntltmiaht I hereon, mn
lrt«ttnentw«sprm-41(mhlr ImpoSHlbttjun*
Pad. It co--!V*leH* Hmn a single prepcMp-
tlon hhd"ls,Tminefteiifttbly'*M9?_I*.-'f>c(*/iii!
nnd .imetlett titan nnn q-a»Ultn of internal
Mttlicliial.-'--'--- ■■»-—'—-■«■-■-■	
tbquf
beWi... - -          -
fceblutt OrgntM.'continuously sfrl dtirotiff
to Insure In totumlh-jh-lMlnl*
fortablV'totlia> uMit ^.nu
•HtMnaldmi,i$?. Worn InimodUlely over
mi^a^ssspi^
nN.rogalmi i
thy."
action nud or!ni
inl vJKDiir., Hts com-
„  „.iti.rtapieh*nttf hi IU
effeclH.anfl Oures wtiPn iiotlilM rltwfw.n,
ThoHtarrKidiioylVil nceotitpjMhmiMMl-
tjve, decl3lye(reaullii., A-.more, vajnable
dlscdVery M rt (nio 'tenieay Wr.KfOiWy,
Diseases wm never mntlK**-J»ff«rf.enl Oamtt-i
Tho Htarr KWaer Pad. niamifactared
lu Toronto, Is a iMirmanent sure curo for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
KMnoytf, * Blnddor nnd urinary etofetlvti
Kyslem, or nttendaht. coninlolnts, natiiliiK
pain In tho smalt of the. buck, sides, etc,.
 iho small _,
producing urinary dlHnriloi-H.soch us too
■*-—f--*1 midflty, " 	
...       .   .    If uibiiiu**.-., pmitii   i in tin
rrcqdctil, sditnty, dimcnlt, pnlnffll or copl
oils micturition, Inoblltly of retention nnd
sedimentary .urine, dmpuldij.symptoms.,
eic-denntliifr the presence In tlio system
of )dlHC»#es common to thc urinary H-we-
iweontans—lcpown ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder nnd pft8sngns,llrlgbtfs disease.
dtabetflSf di-opsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Horn! for pumphlet to LANaUiY A
CO., Wholesnlo Aseuts, Victoria, lietnlf-
ed by A. M. HEIUUNOand D.«,OUBTIH
A CO.. New U'»Himlr*«l.r; T. Mt-NKK*
TiTsT, indner's f.nhdln*! H'HoDOWKLL
■SCO., NARTIN<}flHAWrMtUfC0.1TWB
VANCOUVER imuo CO., Vancouver;
W. KsMcCATlTNHY ft BTIO.. Vdhcouver
and Hftinloop-.; J, Il.l,OVBTif_ Yiiloi W.
R. MKOAW, Pr|iw» VhlWy; W. CI,AUK A
5,13 ,, nuuoOTjopwto^r:
ROSS BAIfi VICTOBIA, lift!
■■■   —#—    .    j,:': ;
HOND/lT, AU6U8T.16,188«.
ihk imiwMKQ..ituA io.;L-*M?'
Rooms and  Is, well fnrnlshed with
later gratea, bath rooms, Ai., ere;   '"'
xoellentopportunUles(or«l(,)clnele.t_t
nealtlifulexerplaes, Including boating aad
Puplls'wlll tia.mluleiarioell«i_»roits_»le
and their general welfare .oarefuUf eon-
slderod.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF IMTHUOTHI
wllUhe kularUiueeU .     ■,.:.,.(; j,\
Excellent fact lilies will ,he aflorded for
Instruction  In   KaglUk, J«lmemll«l,
liifo'riniSloh furn'ffiiV b;
r+ir.c\::j-.JWt\.,
■ ■' ''■_■■. -■ ;'*»r«w:..
June I, IM. i I.i
iwfereiues and lull
_*'I taka only one Bngl-Sh. weekly paMr,
The Spectator, and ope Canadian, 7k.
Week, and as a role I should be nWsled to
ssohWUchifshoold| mjsa. »ioet.'«nTflo* »
letter by Thomns Hughe,,author of "font
Broivn'S-Sohool Days?F'r ,  y'.;. -
Pool-shed ltviBTTiimttiiA*, at«00
PER AKNtlK."'''J■J■'J,   I"    '"-
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puhllo man In London, has klndlFiiDiler-r
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will nppear at regular intervals, J'nitl
loaildlllou llrrrear. .peolnl ronlrttlf
tions from some ofthe ablest writers In.
tho Bomlnlonand the United BMes.': ol
hns now entered upon Itsth hd year Wllh
■post enooumglug  prospeots, and Hllh
many new features. ,     ,        ,,
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