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VOLUME 1
 .■■■•*■-■ ti..,.-..
iailaftitwh;
M.nd.r Kvulnt. Nanatw tl, Ilk
, If inillionatMM oould return :Uf"<
earth and' take notes of how heirs
and courts ^ramjile upon "their last
wills and testaments" thev would
not be happy. The plain facts
every day occurring might suggest
to many,.. ineh and women the propriety of disposing of their fortunes
themselves while in life and health,
instead of leaving them to adininis-
tratora.1—t/'Aiooijio 'Inter-Oattins,';,'.
J Among the thi*ig» ualdglatAd to
ppen the eye« of critics of the Ouna-
(lian oli-nate is the freedom of the
JO. P. Bi fn-ln,;Sn.ow,.**hi|e; ,se-r^l
'af its esteemed competitors ill the
June latitude, but und^er tlie stars
ind stripes, are blockaded by the
beautiful. It is a wintry day when
banada gete % tnofeWedl finder, btfl
fwhen ^m^^V-p-W
fenergy 'to' _i>> «g»f hut and Wlovisl
the snow on the other fellow's side
of the street^^^^j^m**,.;
A New York Democratic organ
"The  president and   Mrs.
Lysj
fOlevelanf-*«rf -3tjfe»»4' with, ihajr
Jvisit t</B«-i5K" "Tne'proslcfeht'i-
to go to Wakefield,
cpunty, i Va., -the*
.Tiirthplace of 'WasiingUiil, 'and visit
'the spot where tlw .alleged cherry
Utree is said.) to hav* grown whir'
iftaii n-tiW'-'   •"   !-"*;
jvery anxious
.Westmoreland
tt
[presidents to prevaricate, and limited that ^Tfta^tk&mfc
lilt  Oamhriflgj,  ta newspapers."--
SPAicojo Inter-Ocean. „-.„„,„.
&  ™.      ■■-■■■■' %*H '**■ ,''P*W
{j  There is a grand project in the
,-hape ef* people's paladeit pres-
W being oarried out in the east end
M _-ondbn;!£»gla**d. Itislntend-
'idto unite io-ne of the idvanttgeS'
>t a club .aud.of an institution for
(he techni«J»l, tramiug of ihi, young;
'ads in the diitrict At» intuiting,
\ the Matfaidtf 'Holije'fpr the pro-:
notion of this project, a good deal
)f strong feeling was caused because
[he promote!* pouW not definitely
t»y whether or not intoxicating
liquors wen to be sold on tlie premises, at well fa ■i»h«Sief or noktl
".lace was tola open on Simdi
Ilie question was forced to a vi
-nd though it .waj* ruled tH ths,
llaajoritjM WltH favor of leasing;
"ie qutftWfv ,in abeyance in. lhe:
i_antini«,,5fei tte; (Jiyi*i«» .-n'tHo:
jloae that many thought the other
|ido had it. It'was contended that
■if once it wm settled 'that iin inttfii-
'iating -liquors were to lie Hold, the
Whole money needed oould be raised
n fifteen hours. But otherwise it
IVould Mt-j ittctpk W»re not goii
LandAgent.
)~j! ']i)_*«ip*i0$jsg#i urn
ae2to     ii  i VliWestminster,B,C.
-—-h/.u mm '*• in:-
LBBR.T J. BILL,
CIVIL ENOINEER,
•wm 0gjsitfra$&.
ICE-One door .North of  Mesanu-
ul.j^«pojl^lftKen»1.8yM.; f.
ri
HAD'
fto #vejTOHWl_»*ii„   ,
ifter that find themselves powerless
prevent what they regarded as a
ijlgreat  evil.     One g^lovoiin snif
"(that last winter, as'Freasuftr of the
lite had ittend'eel t'o'2,900 'cases,
>f these he wa» ,sn J|.-j5Prhad tpen
{oaused  by drinking, and he asked
"what waa$e'iito'lrffmtingup such
ia people's palace to Piut^** it li«l*.
itter or little else than u palace for
in.   The «ai*e question is being
jput all tlie world over.—Qbifao.j.
It is a i-pSotahh faot i*at men
(who have filled the office of pf«i-
■dent of the Upited 8t*l_ji do not
live long afkeVtheii1 ttfodwnt from
'the position..-io-ppkjjleems to be -»\ [S^t^
rco  in  the American system of
government for ex-presidents, They
do not go into congress or the Ben-
ujlate, and   are  seldom heard of in
lipolitioal  disoussion  after their re'
■■'tireme.it.    Itr is truo that Andre*
Johnson   was   elected   ns   United
State. senatoSfj ty $k U^t^'P-.
Tennessee, afWr-'Wi WM as pres.-1
dent had expired, but he dill not
live to t»k« hii .Sfltjt.,,   Although
Ibe republic i is. but a little over a
'hundred-1 ytMi cMf,and ihough; a
ejnew preiideiMi hasofe'tin eftioted eyeVJy
nhfour years', the' second terms tying
ISvery few,	
11.dent  li '
rtubout a year ago,
IMyesterdayi'moriiing,' * The only'ex-
tKpresideut'hoW living is R B. Haytis
i-nwho wai '-^'"W i'i Jw falte
famous returning booril scheme.
Hayes wai not elected president,
though he; served a term asBuch.
j-STilden, •Hfi. #_*• th* Jirttperly etebt-
*tA preiMqnt, but who was cheated
out of the 'office, lias been in his
Mf-grave for aome months, and it is
doubtful if Hayea oould be elected
to any office great or small in any
Ipnrt of the United. BtatBi. I 'Alto-
!J,gether a, strange fatality appears ta
ftend ttie career of ex-presidents
the Unit*") St»t'». ■ Since Queen
ietoria Moended  the thron* Of
reat   Britain   fourteen men have
^filled thtf Affioli of pre-ldent of the
United State*, ahd but one of these
is now Iwiig.—Oilmen"first Pteii,
j-nnmjo A ai'-n
9SB
,.H ,1.0 yd &gvgg9j
pVESliSBj,'NOVEMBER 29, 1886.
NUMBER 103
TtiWOLC SMITH, M.D.
ip,a.|(-,„lo
OPF1
ring's'
.   OKFHjJX
to S; aniH
-wen iPklBPtfl
III! j"rt«oiit)-Oyer He.
IT M. COOPKH, B. A.,M. D., .,...,
~ri'/ VWtBVJS/LSASma^.^i-»"
OCVIOE mid BESIDENOE-Clinrell  St.
melt door to Farmen' Home), near
' Colnmbia St., New Weatmlnater, RO.
OFJWCE.H()jD*»4»toM«^.;"»*oM*r
a» tifrJin. ■ d»ll« laTjVii 4<l -w-»'
try p»»mj)t»hK_ridi'a
 1. ' i i 11 ■
T\R. F. WELSH,
DENTIST,
Now Westminster, B. C. ap_8te
i'i     '.I'll...   IHI
«w*
tosr
BBTWt.i = ^li.Ul .
"owiosi-Ovo- D. & CnrtlsACp.'; Drag
Store, Co-Uttifalst.,-Ifflr *e.ti|il»itl)W, !
' Bionra—" to 12; 1'.80 to 7. , .
' Will vlaltChllllirluiint *hoilrst«Iondaj-
and two followlns day« In each montn.
T..t*.:,|j--**.i...i**^T*-**tt)ii *W i
jM f,      ■    BARBISTEBS,
Wu  97. .IH)'*()to6_T6_<l.,_iio
Offloe, Molie'iilB Sfre_Vl**(W W-fftj'Mter,
and VaOToiviiC-Cc.   ifl     Ts*8ldw«o
mrtiM!jO*!BOL*,,     [■' ',{( '.
w.
■if-uty.x ,,■,
' Money to Loin.
TfTTT
• (fit OC
HO'
. WALTER J. WALKBIt,' *'   J
-miwo -jrlol} ]ii/i
Ami Mr, AeeouBtamt, tkt.
Colonial Hotel, New Weatr.
;'i7*«._ildWii*-;*-!'''-' >■•>>'• >
A.    Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
6a«toanno«n-«f^!it*l«wmreaniiiol>|n.
S.rvey.r, Br.IR.uteBr.Uer aad
,,.  .j. t.avey.nrrr
On and arterthe aat Instant.  Offlce, New
cal!Mbnl^tel,TluriwSt,'PdrtJJ_f*|*l.[
selfltc
J. TRAPP,
1'."
ADOTIOl
Columblastreet,..
>u't,'!Ul
T
...New Weatmlnater
All commissions will  receive prompt
and carntul i-Hsiitlon^   Best «jete|-Mea
W.D.FERRIS,
LP, BOUSE ui SQIEJil iOEHl
Bent and Debt Collector.
SSVJSRtl BW(B, FAiM8 t«* BA|E.
,i».ro,.*-TM-i--A*.U»K.-
'TrtllBE-IT 1.181 BAM1H OOMPANV,
■artf-rd.  Can.
''"OFFICEi-Ferrle Slreet, New Wostmln-
tt^K-ioodZ,MQtm
LAND SURVEYORS,
keall Estate, Insurance and
Commission Agents.
.f-il-f':     _-i-L . _,'".',,
FIDE, UK, ACCIBEHT A i*Jt«*it-_M*WM0C
goQ
COLUMBIA BTKEF.T,
■C.leplHm.-Jf.g ^^J-MttST^
PITT ¥ bo.
Real Estate, JKning
M
, ryjiNOOuvER. b. o.
,';.' LOANS NBQOTIATBfS.]
• -.   . teS-lo
OKBBS,
R/tttDnfiRO^.
*»**'■ pmllwi
Oonv.yaneers, Coll.etors,
And ln.nrai.ee Agent.,
OIHocs at- VIOtOBIA: Fort SI
sWKcilSHan*cniri
" VANCOUVER, Coirfoyn-Stroet,
'; BlilLDINO IA5T8 forealeln nll section,
bt Vancouver and New Westminster City.
■ale ai ci.llllwli°i_J|s*Hl? llamiSeWl,
lainfley, MnUquI, Sumas, Mnd Bay, Ud-
ner's toiidlne, Lain Island, North Aril
anil Plii. River.
! Maps anil Pinna exhibited and the lull-
*ial Ittftii -  —
■mis
nnn -at-f.nioii.tiu ■»■•■• M"*__i**-»*
;;0.<K-i*WPHen
drtBtractor/j
' .loi.l.ln. ol nll kinds promptly attended
MF«-*e**W
TURNER, BEETON & Ga
W^RCHANTS,
WHABF STRKET • VICTOBIA.
North British and Mercantile
, Insnrance Co. for Halnland.
H.C; BEETON ICO., '?
36 Tlnsbury Circus,
. ,  London, B, C.
,,l>.AV.IMf-*N,,,,!
Skating. Rink
TrilSWEIX-KNOWN ROt-tER RINK
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 in the, afternoon,
una7:8D{pl0ln^ei)VMitnft jj f   oh
' AamlMlon t Genllpmen   f5c.;   Ladiea
free, Vee of 8knt-0Ht 25c.,   _   '    ,       (
Pe-reona wlihlnn to seouro ttio Rink for
Beleet skating parties can dp so on appll-
ff*0n'-Vtt^MUT_.;6^Wlki.C(..1 :
dnol2|e •
11 Corner IilHtiDnmtln Streets,,
ui\9Wffl___ih_h ■■■>
FBAMKC. BICHMOMl.   •   • .'   IEMK
T'     OURISTS' HEADtiUAUTERSj FIB8T
Class in every respect   vmny ufM
EUc4 wllh all €!«av«Kl»f«i mt Mederm
[•teta. New and Elegant In all Its Appointments. ri-lcM Hmderatt,  ,,    ,    |
This maghlflcent Hotel U now open for
' mofGueats.   _ f .
i Tf i       Iii   ,11
o pfltnn will be spared by the man-
p make thia 1
[piaJ:plciwantand
COLUMBIA STREHTP, •     ,.
Npy ^y]BSTMINSypR, B. c.
Oyttiw In any atylej
gs^ft-fl-e pay^-Hl-eelf;,
. Under tbe present management every-
thlng.wlli.befound t-fit-olaasl"ndprims
E. H. BARKER, Prop.
The Mel Tailor
ColpmbU St., New WeitBlmter,
KAVINa JU8-|'l*.piSEIVED9'uli NEW
AA RprliigBtoelc.Velnvltelnsiiectlonof
the finest seleotion of
EMllsk, gnleki Sen-MM, Freuk,
_■■_-  „^-•»i»■•*•*■"*,■,      - rvr*
SUITiMfiSI-^S
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
have secured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN*a practical Cutt*rwholias had;
Inhjel^l^taiitLondon.PiirlH.rtuilthe
flendinir ^nstcrn ellkpt, aud tot a GOOD FJT
and anMuriiyfewa defy ooittpelltlon
i fflfeibiiriCfflftg^i'
S. tt. WEBB,
?,   AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
, —A*"D—.
EA
AVING HAD KXTKNSIVK EX-
. iierienee in California and'else-
whelk in*.'the Alivebusiiiess, I am now
prepiied to tek» cliarg«-»f .ay miss,,
tibn or otherwise, 'tliat ,h, public
^a«Mlit*---   Sf' \sJ-.ts
fluns, Biles, 1 artrldUM, 1'nwiler,
Shot, FUblne TttcklK, Spi-eta-
cles,   Cutlery,   ind   Uar
.    . euismire, ..
TO.BKMAlb   AT THE Olili STAKB,
•';.    ;    KNOWN AH T1IK       -;
erie Shop,"
IEET.
Kotice,
OOLUMBIA   STREET.
.1 wm.ntf
Alv
OTIOE 18 HKBE1IY HIVP.M THAT
, alliiormnfllndODtetttotlutIrite.loslitin
.Iwoo.l Heytiol.ls lli.uii'r.  Itirmirrly of
..., jnStltHMftlr*i^"*r%&lJR-JI^t<(iv'
tho uuderslgtii'il, roi'lhwIMi. ..ml ull ner-
sona Having an., eliiinis r.uMlnr.1 ii.e csltitn
are reqiilrp.1 lonirillslil.r.rii. rrl-rr.thereof,-
duly verified, wltl.iiiK (.v.. mmitlis from
this ilnlo, _ ■—   . mm      ,
i'o,    ri-80F1HA k. n(wnri,!
',' .v.liSlnlHlrati'ix.
Dated New Weat, IXI. Ulth, IH-S.. oolMHin
—- -^.— ^f-^—r—^—,,,*_
REMOVAL.
JDBft
iu the
Cla-ritwn-Ht:
atlpiiil u. lm
RANDBRUa li l*Ut TAKBN tiVlfKiKM
ou the eorut-i- ft Mncki'ii-lf und
Hl-reets, om** lilm-k utmvi ^uluiii-
ttere tlit-y are unw piitpitni'l to
lushioii**. I'Hirc
JHOS. OVENS,
' H-.'     .MAMUFAqiCBkEH OP       .  ,
Blg|p9M
Alt Kinils of Maobfaaor, Patent Locks,
Safes, Sewingj Usetuea, tc., to.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all 'S'r|in^"(l4'|fefK'^f^£Iil'''l
. Having secured flnMasi workmen, we
feel confident of giving Mttsfactlon.
«rHorse*shoelngaspeotajty. \y,y\
dw*Jly3ltc]   Columbia Bt.. New Wkst.
Insurance Itfj
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18100,000
(»r si .A. »!.'■»•) '
ESTABLISHED 1821
RiBks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
,j ReUabft^jfti^'yC^'
f. R.PEARSOW,
I llb-Jte        (ae.'B.A:Br«)o.)|A'*E»T.1,
W.R. AUSTIN,
UEALEBIK
AlaifeAsurntmenlof
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
'x AlWitSON HAJ-D.
13.a,y and Feed.
WHOI.EflAI-B AND RETAIL.
WOOll AKD COAL DELIVKKED TO
AUY VABI W THE CIT-.
-•-'      '(.    -—J ■»    Jj-*'-".-.
We run two»ta««|dally,e«ieptSun4ays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. mulls.
An no! Iqtlor or tobacco Is used wo can by
temperate habits .and' careful economy,
serve thc r>ubll_ at esptclally low rates.   '■
dwseSOte        	
§v
PIIACT1CA1.
^'■'^Mb--'  " '
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STflffT,    NEW WESTMINSTER.
flpiMi.tlc Cunnl.iti.iin A tVs.
.'::. 1
lini!EBlll\Vj\TDIL
ur IiATK MANAOBK --OK SAVAQn A
LYMAN, MUN'fBEAU
CtrMomeleri, Bepe»ler«, (Ihrono-
gruphers, nnd til One Watob
rcpulrs a Specially.
i -Sir one Hi*JiSo*Tt-i«8 wWelj
J\ lmvo been injured by Incomnetcnt
wrucli roualrera can lie made equal to new
IEWEI.RY of all kinds made and
HSJIllll.    .1
rtrimheil.
moderille.
All work warranted; eharscs
Estlm.itt.rr given free of charge.
WALTDAM, EMUK, aad  .llier
Walebes and Jewelry cheaper
Iksniar olker «.a.. In'Bi'C' '
Ij-XMKI-' SOMO 18 CARAT OOI.DAM-
EKICAN BTEM WINDINO WATCHKrl,
......urate llmekeeners.USl nsnul prlee, ***.
.      ilwdeste.    ,   ..-!■--   ■ ■
NOTIOE.
In the Supreme four! of Brllish Columbia.
GET/. 1IR09., on behalf of themselves
aiul nil other tlio Creditors of T-oiiIh
1 .,uGOi(l-PLAlNT»'Wi
•****    ' ■■ Ai*o'-   '"
EHWA Rl> (101,1), LOUia GOLD and KM-
MA OaLU -UUK-WDASTH.
T%\ ORDBIl OP THE HON. HENRY
Jj P. Pollnw Croase, J., I nm appointed
Re-'t-lver of the Rfl Ktitnte now rcKUlnrad
lu (tu* niirnen vt the Oofrtntimt* or ellh«r
of IIi-mii In the Lnnd Registry Offlee nt
Kbk -iW-oMmlimtcr. .nnd the Dwelling
Houmi! now occupied hy the Dofcndnnm or
Mime nr one of tfiem Mltunte nt the City of
Hisw WeRlmtnnter nml the perHonnl pro-
nrtyof tno Defendants or either or any
if them now ln or upon the Hid Dwellltig
-- Ui •
irtywf the Delendnhts or either or tiny
- w In or upon the mid Dweltlnx
the Hotel nnd iiremlnen idtunto
of Vnm-ouvef kttowTi,tnB th*
R.
House n.n
at lhe UU.
Qold Iiouse.
T. .1. AllMSTBIINO,
.TRI	
ivepuly Sherltr,
'■ r'     lWelv,'
JJ        CI.ARKtoN JS-*REET,,'i'
(1pp. RegMrj OBcc, New West'r.
The largest nasortment of Wall Paper
In the city. compr-jHinf newflBt p«Ue_mf,
always on hnnd It boflom pflctw. R»rtl-
"nw tvC'T. ft, Feinon ift Co.'b
tnblo flt. sTmntt huat-lnc M
dtieiate
Btore, Columbia Hi
Hjiecltilly low rutex.
MANCI''ACTURER8 AND DEALERS IN
* ' AI,t;•3WD8''o^, FiJiCSiTORt;. *"
REI^OVK)
*>*To shop lately oecnplod by Mr.Duroy,
CoIumWa fttfeet.       .
Call and exatoliib oliir stook nnd prlcett
before buying.   We can't be UNIIKKSOLD
in the city.  Repairing of all kinds neatly
done,                 W. HlOTHER<?_t CO.
 BelBtc
P. PEBBLEa. i     ;'- jS.yf. 1fl(CK|iET
Peebles! Heckley
(NEAR W-BCftANTS' SWARE) '
i'uiiiriTtiRE
MANUFACTURERS,
,   |   '   i —AHD—
UPHOLSTERERS
have oii ttift-iiS-xHiff
i'akvest and best stock of fib
NltirtK •» TBI MAIKMMD.        '
HaMtvnrr Bedmaiu Swlten, _tm lib,
Cherry, Walnvt, er Mafevgafty.
EMlliiiHten for Ofllre And Store FifUiig*;
An experlencoil upholt-lerer hon been
engaged by the nrm, who are now prepared to do at' '*■'   '    *       '   '    "	
nolsteryllne.
do all kinds of work in the up-
dJlySto
TO THE PUBLIC
OWING 1*0 THE LARGE IN-
' crease ill the uumber of patients
received at tfie Koyal Colombian Hospital, New'.Westminster, during tlit la»t
year, tlie Board of Directors find It necessary to, appeal to the publie for assistance, 'In view.ot the fact that the disbursements for.the last six months have
Ittm in excess oi th e revoflua, and that no
■lUlo subscriptions have, been solicited
Jfmg thfe t^itliiWyeirs, the Board
are compelled to uakb ^islapfiekl. '.■;
Mr. Vf. H. Keary will personally canvass for subscriptions,   \       7
' ;   O.E. CORBQPtDi
i f 1 v t " . " Presidont.
New West., Sept. 28,1886.   dvKS0tn2
TURES, GLOBES,
Ac, noty pu hand.
' ' t^o|-|*« ntay be left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS:  " —"-
J. L.
ii-Jly:lll<i
th HKRKBY mvKN tlint upplloi.tlon
I will twuiwle lot In* Lenin tat iv* A»«.»«i-
filyofllipPnivlnee of HrfUsh Goluinblii,
ut the next hussIoIi ttiei'i-of. ft>M*n Aet to
luonrtiorati- neotnpuny for the purpose uf
rnnntrui'tliur, managing nnd maliitalnlni*
.Waterworks at the lermlnnl point of the
Cntiailfai. I-uclllc itnllmiy oiKuil Harbor
nntl EiikUhh B:»y, irtiU' r.»r tno'ipurpo»e»
thn-t-nf i*mnllnKlothe snid cotnpnnvtho
prlvlU'ue of taking water from Cap-lano,
Cruek^lliii-nnby Lake or -Mlier milthl*le
Eiliit*. with power t'» the- m|dooi*Bp<tii»>
t.ulhl ilni»ie».fttjiirthiHs, \t\y ntp'-H, erect
dams, itequlrc lando, itml do ntf m.her nt-lM
iind things ui!CPHKiiry for thep^po*^
afores'dd,
•■"     i-««aiSWKM{||>
Unl.a Scptembor -Olh, 1S85. .-PtHo
—tf
I.
MR. W-
.,!,,    CITY SCAVENGER. tf
/iBnai'ooi.**
\i mul oi.lnmr
-if-.:r\«o v-st-*
COWE ■AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSKSBION OK
the " IVuiuemHW House,"--fronting
011 Coin 11. bl-tttiid CtArrit Ht reetu, oppwilte
the Episcopal Churoh, and uow kuowu
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publie
at the following ntte*:
aingleAteaM^i.X    *
Beds I,..  25
»*.Qooil nocommodatton for Ladle* and
families. myjKc
■35
E. Hi^ttR-SQ^I,
NUR8ERTMA5 A DEALER IN*
Frott Aad Orwkenui trees,
!<     UDNER'8 Lanpiho, B.O.
IHE BUB80RIBER WISHES TO IN-
form the people of British Columbia
_hat he has established a Nursery at -Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to UU
all orders for. Fruit Trees, Ornamental
TreeR. Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber hb hnd a thoHmgh practical
training1-in the business,' ana having a
the country it Isnis
T
tha
permanent stake in the country
interest to deal * *'      	
will wait upon
tlements short)
his personal af
aul2tc
Ind all orders will have
'  e!" HUTCHERSON.
c. Mcdonough
HAV1NQ TAKEN
Umdlwm's Bnlldln**, Front St.
(POini.'ily occupl.'il by Kyle 4 Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wauta to
select from. . \f\        :    ■;.
kry GmiU. Creeerles, PravlateHi,
Crockery* fllMftware, ttmmte, *te.
Come and see the new'place, and let us
know what you thick of it.
11 dwoci9iu c. Mcdonough.
"BLUE STORE"
WATCHES
A One as'ortmenl of Amcrlfan Bil-
.   TCr WltChtf, pit. nuat-proof casos.
Flrst-clahs 8wln Watckea, irom (8
;: '   upward.
CLOCKS
A Urge assortment or 8.d»j Strlk-
llgCloekl, with cathedral gong!
aolld walnnt eftMsj latest designs.
Alio. Betk neau* Sickle Altrm
Clocks.
JANICE
of mm.™
Till. *»■•»» lonlrlir.» spnlallr. AU
* Wnnnti
tytr Remember ilie
Storo,
dwauJIyl
pluce-the ''Blue
Colcrmlila St., NowWest.,
',, , KSTABLI8IIED 1859.
BOBT. DICKINSON,
BUTC^HE%
Scirlj •■ippslle tke Oolonlal H«M1,
. NE^V, WEjSlMINSTEB,
h The Gas Company
respectfully inform
fh^ Public, that they
ar^i prepared to do
Qiis fitting at lowest
jij-yssible rates Consistent witb'.rgfaod'.worfc-
P' ,■**•»■       _     UUf RKBimt dmilSAKli, 1810.
^AgRp|y'of,FIX^L,;
THE LAKGBS1 AND, CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptioua of
MEATS AW VEGETABLES
Conitantly on land, ud aupplled to Fam.
Illpa, Rcslaumuta, _ind SteiinboaUattli.
WIWEST l-Ol_Sl<liI.K  I'RICES.
Bloc* M. put of IM.Irlcl Ul
>. -**., la Ih'fkjr'-srtlM...*..
WHEREAS THE qEETIFICATE OK
TltKo* Caroline Holer, to Hie nlH.ve
fn>enUoni-.,LotrHa.-.'nk-_.tor tleatroyed
I* MipUi-Hdoli haH lr,.n made (or a du-
turn lll.rpol, no-lce I. tliwefore Ircn'lrv
reSlbltt j- tfcr.li .rCTimcnlc ol title will
l_Bl-dTiHletill,llint so lost or .loHrliy-
«l, linle«*'l«((*1IW»li<!*il "o the contrary
within nnMtiosiHi from llio date licrenf.
' «'«!**. AlMMBtRONO,
. J'Ji        Ile)iitty Heulslrar.
Land Reuatry Offlce,  r-n-j
New Wcatminater, Mth Nov., 1886.
ilnoa* *
-JOlfeC.rBW|i|-TE,
TAKE8rTBl«    OPPORTUNITY   OF
thankhiitjlhr dhlhllp Jlor ihelrkhnl-
  nnd.uajui.nane iu llm past nnd be.
ks the contlhnance ol the same to tils
ness .
apeak
w^j¥^|j^,i*i,i\fsl,'),ffli"iyiiljw!!.wrtii
A?l lifMMPtUiroie.i Iti J. e. nunto are
  djtofcnkd ImniedlaH. settlement;
latO-mgalbsl.hliu ahould be pre-
'luwVMwbWiyi/- in- -
OT*JI!l'Jr*!JlW'8Miij,1*':,1,i>-'w'P"
. .JWlBdrys mslto. or - hail k, pictures to
Mme, Ac/-**: plea*oil. c us a call.
of ?    *iT*1h*HiM»i**-I,     "
No»l dom to A.M.Horrl«*r'aDriutRlore,
' Columbia St:, N.W., B. C.     dno«o
BOY*'WAWtED.
ApirtriitThl.nriiee. .4. Iffl i J'daiHlo
FORSALE.
mHE LEASE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
X   Of  that   well-known   Variety Hlor,r
next lhe Holbrook House, FrontStrnil.
j  (loclSlo
Farm for Sale!
A N IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE
A cheap, and on easy terms, with i.r
without the .lock. ,r    , .
M. NICHOLSON,
dwoe7tc Mount Lehman P. O.
FOR   SALE.
rVNE-HALF INTEREST IN theLANQ-
U ley saw and Planing Mill: mill Ii.
food order.  For particulars apply oh the .
remlseato    '       '■■"•       KWEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,      . J
aplStc A HELMCKEN, Vkitorla.
FOR^REIITw
FROM TBE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
tn 8-roomed House on Agnes Btreet;
Also—From the'Flint of December-s.
large Store, with basement, on Colnmbia
Street, centrally sltueted,
Apply to ■ if
*jnj        • HENRY V. EDMONDS,    .
doo23to LandAgent.
foe:: sale.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost atreet, be*
twueu Mary and McKenzie streets, now
ln tlie occupation of Cnpt Grant; contain*
,8 rooms with usual offices. ■ •■ . '
. .Valuable City.Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mod fifty.
80 acres of Land at WlionooJt Railway
Station.
74 acres of valuable Land 3 miles from
CHy on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cad- ,
ar could be cut.
Apply to
' CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JeflStc     Lnnd Agent, New Westminster.
ForSale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, 1 and fi
1 yfears old; -good travellers; wow single
or double;'      ■ ■  ,r
IBayM»r»e.8year8old[ worksslngleor
double; ulceludles-orgontu- saddle horse;,
very gentle. •"     .'■.•■•i-'.ummfir
1 X-seftte* BMSgyt 1 springs; nearly new.
jumt TtimmtmjUmy on North Arm,
Fraser liter, <  --.--   «.w
■■ »bbls.8iiH8abH*Hi. 8 fcalf-»Wi. Salt
SalM«KBelllM. - '■.,>:„:,■.i-.TTZt-M
Also—«m *wd «Re>Hl>lh lnlemt Is,
"■^S^-T-r ** PE.NGH.lih
New Weat,, Nov. llth, imt.. .  dwnol-te ,
Cream & Fancy Cakes
■j—GO TO-j-
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET, Orr. C. P. N. Wharf.
.,- dse22tc     , , ,.
-IITHEHEASI HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
W od receiver of all th. penional fs- •
late, effects and credits, Including liooH
debts and all other choses ln action du.
or accrutna due to William laaac or1 tot,
Hammond,, by virtue of an order In the
County Conrt of Vicioria. dated the -1st
day ol September. M80, all pmjsoM ar.v.
hereby warned from receiving, talcing Into posseaflldn or holdlltr any of thr aaid
eatute, or from paying to the said William :
Isaacs, his agents or servants, any blan-'
Ies, or trim dlsooslug or In any dealing with said estate. ■ . ■- . J . .
It la also provided bythe said order that
all peraon.lndebted tothe aaid Mtaleor
having In their possession any effeotaof
thesaldeatah.(otherthanwh.t haabwa
legally disposed of), arc to pay, deliver or
account for the same to mc.
"' rT. J.-ABMSTHONfl.    ._' '
Deputy Shetlff.
New Weatmlnater, R C '. ■-.
Oct, JBth, ISSU. lil    dwocJ7tc
Everr M»n to tis om busIbms
j&l..   I'B'-BXj'B.
practical
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL),
' KSW WKSTMNSTMl,  B. 0.
rkyilelMi' FNMrltf-m m* Fmi*
:' 1 Ily BccipM » SpeeUltf.
'. N   B. — Only Genuine tStvg, cnl.
Ovei-twenty veara'eupeJjWno..    nun
Public Notice
krlntBDliff
mllK UNDERSIGNED.(THANKS TO ,
I' the kindness and ppr_nls.Knv'6r t»«
Mayor nnd Oily council) two weekl >■<*
re-opened tho Public Library, and takja
this opportunity to oflW'nnliivt*«itlo»to.
resldontsofNcwWcslmlnstcrtoiayhlm
avlalL Papers and Magaaines from ,,,
directions are received fcf*patron. «_4
visitors, and more will be added In case a
reasonable suppnit is obtaJlMHl. Tha
tarmattre fill cents a month, in iSmemmA,,
papera, Ac, are paid for In advance, TMa
will amount tn about lc_bta*dacy,or U»
cost of one cigar for acven dayBpennlMlon
tn ace news from nll over the world, tme.
elt'tianl books which mny Iw ohai-tfW
every 24 hours! There Is no compulsion
nlKu.t this, but thoso who believe In Mt*,-
tll.g In oil! of lhe rain and Whooan *__«_
adtcniit (Ire will doubtless appMelata thb
institution. Ladles and strati.en are free,
si. doubtless all the parties who believe In
BH.c Ribbon will enme forward a. once
and Join thia attractive afTalr, both tor;
their own credit and that nf others. Collie
one, como all, and you will be attended to .
by one who oan aoap all claMee, vl*. I
Yours Respectfully,
tlENHV W. HWHUS.
New Weal, Aug. 30, HH. daajtte
REMOVAL
mHE UNDKSSIQNED WlLl.AT THB
I end of month move his buslaeu Into.
Willtemu'e'a newBnlld^.imBori'eljrlj.
ton Square, and now offers hi. -took or
FurrTiturcatorbelowco.*.   Com. buy.
,,.    AdJolnlngDloklnsonliMeatMarket.
New Westminster, NOV. 1, IBM. dmrtinl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dedication. Baptist Church
Change of Time...„. „....!. Irving
Wood and Coal. 2 A. Bnrna
Notice t#. 0. BiiyJcaux
iitilii fritiiWi Cokmbian
HMdiiy Evening, November SU. UW.
The mayor of Cleveland is no
toady to anarihiit*. The other day
a coupl. ol anarchists applied for
the armory to ^old u njeetiiij* yrljere
Mrs. Parsons was to speak. Mayor
Uardnet- in his reply said: ''As long
as my name is George Gardner, and
I have any authority, you can not
have any oity Imijding, for any sui)h
meeting. t)uV p'Sople are law-aUid-
ing and loyal We do not want any
instructions in regard to our duty
from those who favor bomb-throwing and murder. I advise you not
to attempt to hold the meeting you
speak of, for just us sure as.a revolutionary sentiment is voiced tliere
will be trouble. We won't liave
it."—Chicago lnter-Octan. It is a
pity tbe mayors of American cities
and the American press did not
think of this sentiment when they
were conniving at the organization
and plans of the Fenian brotherhood,
which was quite as bomb-throwing
and murderous ds tho anarchists.
To-morrow will be the last day in
November, and wc shall very soon
reach the end of the municipal
year. Mayor Dickinson has stated
that he will not stand for re-election,
aud if he will hot reconsider his
determination it is time steps were
being taken to select a person worthy of filling his place. The city
has grown very much in size and
importance during, the administration of the present mayor, and it is
to lie hoped his successor may be a
person fully possessing the confidence ofthe people as well as the
ability to administer the municipal
government with intelligence and.
efficiency. "Wehavereacnedamost
important period in our history, and
a false' step how may plunge'tis
into difficulties which may result
in serious embarrassment. It will
require the best statesmanship this
oity can command to guide her to
the great commercial position which
is now'**lthinreafch.' We hope no
one will: be elected to tHe position
of mayor or councillor who has any
other interests to serve than the
city's wolfare.
'.*—
ii-*4-
t^sti.
From a card published in another
column it will be seen that a fresh
candidate ^0r the honor of' representing this .district in the house of
commons has come to the front in
the person of Mr. James Codville.
Mr. Codville is one of the pioneers
of British Columbia, having come
to this* province in the year 1858,
and although for some years residing in .Ontario, he declares his intention of returning to this province with his family next spring to
remain, i! Mr. Codville's residence
was at Codville's Landing, opposite
Sumas. There are now four candidates in the Held for the representation of this district in the commons, aim as it is quite certain that
not more timn one of them can be
elected we hopej tlw selectors-will ox-
crcise their franchise with intelligence. It is a great pity the vote
should be so divided, for,the probable resllr^WiiVW,t'heiiy.ti6h:bi.i-,
candidate who has some personal
scheme in view, and who will consequently work more energetically
in his ow'nThterest tliuh the others.
It is doubtful whether the result of
the late*convention will meet with
the anticipations of tliose who composed it if. all the present candidates
remain in the Held.        "
Not long ago an Indian woman
was reported dead in the "swamp"
where (_»* deeds and the most of
the city's sweepWgs may tie found.
Her name..was Mary, and alio is
said to li.tVo been a sober and industrious  womau   who earned a very
comfortaJJe«-ji»i*(j'*bjr.': Washing in
the city^ArHiOT mbrity InW Ap for
a rainy day.   The cause of death
was stated to be intoxication, Uitder,
the eflec^V^wlfiBhe-fello'vfra
stove and burnt herself fatally. But
there are rumors on the street whicli
absolutely, contradict   this  report,
and it has been very plainly hinted
that there.' is reason to suspect foul
play.    No inquest was hold on the
body, because, although   we   hav.i
two   coroners  in the city, neither
of them will undertake the' expense
of holdirnT an inquest unless his fee
•    and expenses are guaranteed.   The
governing*!*}'; claims that tho city
corporation -is   responsible   for inquests heM within the city, limits,
but the. bity refuses to admit this
principle, .c Until this dispute has
been settled we suppose no inquest
will   l.e"Jheld.*nd;men or women
found dead will be dumped into the
ground, like.J*I»ry, without a proper
_enquiry.'-Tf'suoh n state of JSffaihi
is permitted taoiusLwe,*ua^)X|
this  period if ,& Wis* fittor
he marked *^*tAg»dia!l-en6ugti til
till a good^lzedvoluffje.   We.ndvfle
the city.>«»unoil to take the matter
up nt te<4 :^)d,' 'brfojj/titb'i''final
SHttleinou't,<»dM is  eertninly disgraceful to -illo* t|ijs,dispute to remain as aSafeguaM to the footpads
who infest1 tlfd Swamp.
•JSTOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT I
1 Inli'uil loapi.lyut thc nest sitting of
the Licensing court for this city for a
License, to sell fermented ...rrl Intoxicating liquors if retail on-the premises at
novip as _gc '•tJliiKlii'-m Hoi.se,"
■cafter caller
'New Westiriinster, Sth Nov
dnoffltd
Wfe*>UJqtey
LADEAUXf
ARCHIE BURNS
DEALER  IN
Wood and Coal,
WHICH  WILL BE DELIVERED IN
nny part uf the City ut lowest current rates.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Orders may he left at thc Store of W, H.
Hums, cor. Columbia und ltlr.cl.le Sts.
lieneral lUaakmalik shop on Richard
Slreet,opposl-eTtia'Hunlni,' Mills,
dnoaote
Change of Time!
flJHE C. P. K CO. (Ixi.) STEAMER,
"R. KfcitHEf"
Will Icuvc X.e\v Westminster . on her
TUESDAYTRIPS at 4 o'clock ir. tn.,-ln-
stead of 7 o'olock a. in.,as herotoforo, until
further notice. ^Slie wilt leave ouTlmrs-
duy.*. mul Saliininys nt 7 o'clock a. m,, ns
heretofore.
JOHN IRVINO,
THOS. T.. I-RIQGS, Manager.
Agehl. dno29.v2
Olivet Baptist Church
DEDICATION
 ON	
LOTdklfe, Dee, 12.
SERMONS BY Bey. T. «. Baiter, nt 11
». in.! Kev. W.IUrini, M., i„ at 3:30
p. in.; Rev. A. B. Bankn. ut 7 p. m.
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Mauitfnctureis^and Importers W>
Harney. Saddles, (fi-
dle^Whtps.etc.
%E#WESTMINSTER,---. 0.
dw-jly31to .
3STCTICB.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO "US
are requested to call nnd settle their
account** at onee.' By dotftrso they will
oblige ns und save themselves further
trouble.       i* .   ;, ; i *' ; ij
N.B.—Ali;ao..oiuiiK not nettled before
thc 10th of Deeembcr will be placed in the
hunds of n eol lector for collection,
■KELLY BROS.,
dnoMinl   , . West End Bakery.
'-Wj-QffiiJrH
OO^^jftL-fcT-S-
Dec. 13.
A GRAND CONCERT
B
Y. A VICTORIA CHOIR and Others.
Capital, IftQOO'OOO;   losses
PaW, S4S,«00,000
.««.«•» Tl»m*a»»ie«m JS.MOO
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British, Columbia.
S3- Kisks promptly tsben, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
]T.R. PEARSON,
di)C7tc (B. C. S. 4 P. Co.) AQENT.
WILL BE HELD ^T THE
DRILLCS5HED
TICKETS, for Concert, One Dollar each. I
J-01
IGKS! BRICKS!
R   SAI-B-A   LARGE V. ANTITY.
APP'^-W.Rrft*^_r_!l...',.
dnotral
TO,THE. ELECTORS ,0_P; .,
New Westminster Dislrlci.
AS NOMINEE. W  TH-E. DISTRICT
Convention, I have conwtated to offer
nysRlf an a eiwlldnlctoflU tbe vacancy
In the HotiKftof Connuoni. caused bythe
death of Mr. Homer. -        j     >; • ■
duofltlewtc-wtc       p. Mi-GILI.;VliAY.
Change of Business
IiHE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR-
; chased the entire stock-in-trade uud
business of Archie Burns, comer Columbia A KlackleSUi.,aii'l Is prepared turnip-
ply thc public With Hr-tt-oluwn Groceries,
Provisions, Dry Goods,-to., n.,lowcstrates.
Aeatlsellciteil.
dno20tc .       ... , W.H. BURNS.
VTOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_\ 30 days nfter date we Intend applying
lothe Chief CommlnHionor of l.:_nui.and
Works for a licenselocuttlmlieronthe
following described hinds, namely, lota
numbers 3*2, 3.13. 8JM, :W7, in Group One,
New1WesUiilpsterDlHtric>: ■ ,:
Dated af New Wostnli aster, 27th day ol
November, 1880.
HOWLING A SONS,
Hy their Solk-itora.
dno27mt CoBBpui.1) * MHIolu  ■
ml       .-Comb
ALE.
The Str.^Cladys"
THIS WELL KNOWN RIVER 8TEAM-
er, well found nnd lit pi.-rfcct runnthft
order, is offered for sale usshe now stands.
For purtlcuiurs apply to
m™ W. B. TOWNSEND.
N. B.—Thit would be. A^fine chance for
farmers to form a Joint stock company
and buy n steamer for their trade. I
dwnollml
Executor's Notice I
Id lhe Miller or the Estate orr. Kluble,
tfqeeucd..
* LL PERSONS " HAVING CLAIMS
A. against tbe Estate of the late F. Kimble arc rcqiieNted to present the same nn
or before tbe Mth day of December next.
and all persons Indebted to the salt) Estate are reciuested to settle the snme on or
before the suld date.
H. M. COOPER,
' -    i JI Executor.
New-Westminster, Nov. Ill, INM     dnlflin
PYEMIA
U Uie mostvlnileut form of b)ood>polMfr
in.-r, Ltiws Kpeeclily fatiil, but not hh eev*
Intiily so, is the vitiation of tbe blood of
wliicli the first symptoms nre Plmplei,
Sties. 1 tolls, nnd Cutaneous Eruptions. When the taint of Scrofula gives
wiirnhi(,'of its)in*seiii.t!bvsuohfndic'_tuW-Ji,
ito time should be lost in twing AYBK't
SutsAPAitiLLA, tbo only perfect and rell-
ah\f. iiicdieine for tins purification of tbe
bl»od, ' ,' -.   ••'*
SpRPFUlA ,ra(
In n foul corruption tit Ilie blood ttatrbtt
out nil ttie miu-binerv of life. Nothing
.will cmdli-i.te it from tlie svstcrn and prevent Its tninfmriskion lo * offtiaring. curt
Avkh'8 SAHSAPAitrm. Thlrprejfrwv
Hon l*. also tlie only one tbat -will cleanse
ilie blood of Mercurial poison and the
titbit, of C'ontoglotis Diseases, Impover-
Ixlii'ti blood Is productive of
ANEMIA
A ivret.jli.'d poinll»)ii rndlcatedby Pallid
Bkln, I'-lara-il MuairlM, Staattend
Nerves, nml Melancholy. It. Int
Mj'iniitoina ure Weakness, hSMwaar,
Loss of Nerve Force, ami Mental Df*.
ttlon. ' ItH couroe, unci'
... iinl.lv to Imiinltj' or deatk' 'tronn
trpiliir-iitly Miflirr from it. Tho obj. ttfldl.
trine Unit, whilo purifying the hlood, en*
rirlwa.It with new vitality, andlDTl«or»rt.
tlmwkolosystem,Is    • ■>   V   -j.'-    J.
D   .1. C. Ayer* Co., Lowell, Has*
i
December 15 and 16.
IN AID OF THB BELL TOWER
J-AIB'OPEK AT 1 PJ M. j
Admission'   •   25 cents.
Children with PiminUi, FroeJ ,
SUPPEB frnm 5 to 7; price 511 C3nls.
Wednesday Evening:
A CONCERT! Adnilsilrrri.Hlef.rU.
Thursday Kvenlng:
BROOM DRILL, TABLEAUX, RECITATIONS, CHRISTMAS TREE: Ad-
"    mla-loo, SQccntx,   '■    •   tf, '
ufi_Oy_ter* after Concert.   ..j..
ContrHrutlons fnr nny of the Slulls will
bethnnkfully received l.y Mra. l)l..klii-on
nl- Miaa Wootta. dno_7l.l
AUCTION SALE
'     J —OK—    11
REAL ESTATE,
Household Furniture and General Merchandise.
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
I from Mr. T. pEJOHTON to sell by
Fiibllc Auction on Vrlilny Evening, the
ard December, tit 7 o'clock, tbat VERY
ELIGIBLE RESIDENCE altunted on
Edtnburgli Street, ln tbe city, and next
tlit; residence of Mr. Smitbera.
jj This doetrnble pro)*ftrty in very■ favor*-
Ably situated, with u uplendld vie* ot tUu
Fraser iiv«r and siirroniidliiKUt and It
wtttiln eaiy reiichof tha new GOT Works
and tbo Royftl City PlnuiDK Milln. Tlie
House in well built and ooirtmodionely
arranKed, belug all lumber GnlKlted inside. It contains six rooms and a large
hall, c feet wide. There Ib also a conveniently arranged Stable with 3 stalls uml
hay loft; good Chicken Horn.**; and,a
splendid Well of exeelloiit water.'crlbbefl
from tiie bottom and whicli nost Ws to din.
Tho Lot, which ta ffflxl-i-J feet, bi thoroughly
cleared und laid down for ganlen-rtud orchard; will be told tvlthout reserve,
.. Iwlll
of C'ai
teens,Hosiery,G   	
es, Men's and Boys' Suits, Hats and Pap),
Waterproofs, Stoves, Tables und Table
.Corew, Chandeliers, Window Blinds,
Writing pesk.SU Chairs, Sowing Machines, and a variety of Dry Goods and
Groceries.
The Sale will be held ut Auction
_ ._ _, _.       in Hardwire
111 aluosellat natue timo-IU'innapta
!an)et, Wloct.ys,;Dr(.i!iHGodd3,Vfi*ve?
s. Hosiery,Gloves, Trunks nnd Vails-
held j
rapp'*
it 7 o'
eloek p.m.
Rooms in r. ar of T. J. Tnt]
Store, Columbia Street, at
sharp. '   ,   ,
dno26td Auctioneer,
ROSS
BOOTiSHOE
r-_A_^__ii6_E^_^
JUST ARBIV_.D:
$15,000 STOCK
-Fnm tho prinoipal Homes of Germany,
France, Great Britain, the United
State, nnd «nr great Dominion.
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.    , ■'.;
ttttt »Stt 8k0n, irom TiOo upwnnla.
Mt*BrtliM flc-odn * lom-Yiims
.'■Sfallklntli. "
Ladle*' t easts' Bllppcru for Xm»-
. i; th, lov«l(«t citsf ken.
^-MnotU-lOffkltm't. ChHd.
: ii^en'i Boota...!.....*;.- ..■':   ;i'i.)
WM. ROSS,
CelMial Httcl Black- t'»l«Mkla 81. 	
dwnolJllc
•S-THAT^rtf
WANT.
1 low lap!
$i.25iir|^iJ*H^-::$ii2&
DISTRIOT OF
Sewlestminster
.fUST ISSUED BY
mn
Price, $1.25.
.This Map has been produced at
gre»t cost, and gives a vast amount
b_ information novor before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows- the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. B. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
publi-i**."--^ »*£,;. :h;j   j
RAND BROS.
Beat Estate, _nsi_ra_.ee and
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCdUVKll
'
AND VICTORIA.
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■ttmmmmn.' -
mWW\
Just Received by C. F. R„
t«  liri
uu Mmum ■ ' M.-i-fiiiAtr*        „ •-■,
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
'illiiciyi'iH: 6im
KOR SALE-AT
i. R. Pearson & Go's
HEW WESTMINSTER AND VAMttOUVER. -
, is. \l apMlo
These''Stovesv were selected by Mr. E.
S. Scoullar personally;'and are fron^.J-he
celebirated flip - of S-^Jp Bros.. Hamilton,
Ontario, which is a guaraftit^e that they
can't be beaten in quality or cheapness.
Now'a-s the Stove -season is drawing to a
id|)se, and as we don't intend to carr*f awy*
Heating Stoves,over till next season,1 we
are offering these $toves at PRICES "REVER *•■ ttEApp bf BEFORE IK' THIS
CITY. > As the whole .stock,',;taust' be
jQldsed out WitK6W'dfelay, it will be to your
intefest to 'c6irf8'HS'aH^ and secure BAR-
GAlfeV:,;.:,;:.,.;;;;;,;;,.-; : l^^II.'
We alseearry the largest"and best se**'
lected stock of Cooking Stoves,' Rangesl
Tinware, Brass Gdbds, Iron Pipe and Tit-
*ting^iij.>Bri|ijsh C^jimbja, and.,pur, ftopds
are raered atpnee^-tnat wjll defy competition.
• Tinsmithing, Plumbing and Steam and
Gas-Fit^itti' doiieT b*^ -first-class Mechanics.
All Work.guaj'an,tee_i.*..<u !;    ';
WfeJ kfefe-p a '\M& a^ortment of GAlS
FIXTURES and CHANDELIERS.    >   . ■
|,S^fioullaf rpd.,
1 wi-V.5 JtSoWriibia St., New Westminster, B. C.
IIKALKR Is IHP0KTKK IH
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
JUST BECtjlVHDm iDltr-HoO))!.,
ii u uMHl    ■'■  ' I
' A NEW STOCK
In all ahadea and msturlal of DRK9S
GOODS, including CMhowiaa, Meriuo.,
Slllta, Satina, Black and Colored Volvo-
teens and Pluah... COTTONS (bkuilwl
and 'unbleached).. LlNIMiS, BUT.
TOMS, HOLLANDS, *c. Oroy, Wliite,1
Scarlet and Checked FLANNK1.S. LADIES GLOVES, bi Cottoo, Wool, Silk
snd Kid. Lidie. Merino ami Limb
|WMlj Vosta. JERSEYS, aU prloea.
Hoaiery, Muslim, Dinger Irieli Linen,
Bri)liknt8, tcM *c.
Men's Clothing I
, For, Quality, Stylo, Fit and Prico,
' onn'tfbe touched. .;) ..       ,-: ;-.  -,,i .■ -\
MEN'S FURNISHIN88
In overy Line, , Cotton, Merino and
Wool, Underwear, White'shirts, Ciin*-,
Collars, Glovea, Braces, Carilli{an .Tack -
lets, ftc. Also, Cotton^ Merino, 'C.'iali-
more, Lniuba Wool and Knit SQCJKS, in
great variety.. ... .-
Alao, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' anil
dents' RUBBER GOODS' itid UMBRELLAS.       ■■ ■■:,".;   .'r'X'.. ';*•;
In Iiouse Furnishing, Roods
Carpets, Ruga, Window Pulea with
Ring* and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Orcen and Strlpod), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheet!ngu, TowoU, Wliite
Counterpanes, Bleaclied and Unblench-.d
Table Linens, Xapkins, Ticking!, filauh-
ets ana Arctic-down Quit!.,'Table'Cloths
and Covers.
IM GKOCKKIKK
'Everything found in n flnt-ulass Kstab-
..lialijount, and nono Imt the l*Ht. Canned
Gooda, Fnilts, Meats and Ve«etable«.    ,
I riant .ifferthfrip CihhIh. I (1»ii'l lm)
f hew sr kerp thrui. itiit I akeir you Ike
bcsl Hfed nt tke ItiWt-M prlrr thry rnn Itr
Mlrt al, and y«H get whnt ire reprrnrnl*
dno2H1o
dwno22m I
HOUSE!
L
'flasi .a a
-;;"W';M.;:.:''W^*^I®»
HAsmf*tpfiEiyj_;p'.., a "yiny FiNfi''^)_*b(._^"',bifli:'
.1
o
III    JI V.. ;l  ,-ei    IV.JHi i
'    I       ''—-CONSISTING bF——..,        '''   ""
Millinery, Dress Coods, Cottons, Sheet'
ings, Tweeds, Flannel*.   ,     bi
Ladies' and Children's a£ters, Jackfets
L 'f f fli1lindl!0^fk8, ■«« m
Tlie,ji^e,y"ii^e:iin.stii^la-g-_!t, Stpjik oit tlm Mainland.   IJo
need to.gOTO Vfetona.'- '    Baft    SW
DRESS OOOI.il- iu thc new materials snd shades for the season.
We aillSSHoAti'n'tol'ifcVfttVqus  8EA,,f8||RCJE,^fAjF
c. and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
have at various prices -37Jc, 50c, G2Ji
rain "and even tliou^li -oak**tl Ul soa water or lmiled in soda, will stii
I'etointlVpWWA^CMiiDfc'  ; ;   ! :!       '
The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is wel. sup-jlied with' f ieS, Br8'
pes, 8hlrts, Socks, Ac,•*«<>»»--"■ »*>_1.f«Jiionsbie sto^rf
**imesimssttmmmi. -iM
i.,<  XH'EiUNDERSIGNED HAS'
—t.Q BfC-jSOl.t.-
At Cost and Below!
FOR THE  NEXT NINETY DAYS.   '
Gnm Boots, §6.00. Mold for «A.OO.
Initially luw prfess on all otlier Kublier tiooili.   Itese (Ioods arc all American
umnnfiieture. i    .1.1.       >
ftleji's Boots, 91.o0, sell f*r $3.50.
l.iHllcs*' French Kids. $G, self |l9i#*•«>
• J1 (  f, *■■•   xm.,?pux.—     T   *T_»n-.*»i*rr* w
Tlirao UiimW iSiA'lwlill^&MlMiMiHi tlie mst 8 «iontli>u 11 -ttst, k«B|*«-r-|l|!
thing in my line cull on. ly snil g.t yonr choice) snrl yon will msn bv ao doing.       p
,''.., Jk-moxixs-exit S-ixemiBla: an-.**rk'«l."s '*'*''™
FOR. O-4L0SC OVXiT, tlimvima
LORNE ST., OPP. COURT HOUSE,
[8 PREPARED   TO   FURNISH   ALL
kinds of MoavMCMtsl Work.
Specialties in Scotch Granite and Italian
Marble.
Rough and Fine Stone tor Buildings. IOV
PROYIHCIAl-feRCRBTAEY'sOFriC-E,
,    , . ■    «h November, 1889.  ,
■WTHEREAS TIIE tIEUTBiNANT**ai>-1
ijflp vernoi-in pounoll Hi empowered^ t
■inder tho "Public Schools Act,T885-"to
pate.Sehool District*. In addition'to
tliose already existing, nnd to define tbe
IwundarleBthereof, and from time to time v
to niter the boundaries of existing District; It Is hereby notified that His Hon
our has beeu pleaded to create the tract of
id enclosed within the undermentioned
land
boundaries a School District, under tho
title of the "Round, Prairie School District, vIk.i—All of Tbwnshipi M,-m arid
38, Osoyoos Division of Yale District. ■■ .   -s
Also, that His Honour has been pleased
to direct that the boundaries of the "Spallumcheen School District" UejHtttM and /(
redefined as follows:—All of Towrisfiips 4
And 7, Osoyoos Division of tale Distriot.
Also, that His Honour lias beon pleased '
to direct thptithejipme of the '-OiwyUle.
Sohool District" be changed to "Vancouver School District," and that is boundaries be altered and redefined ds follows:*
it'M*! i
The same as those defined, on theofflotal
mftp of the CItyof Vancouver.
^JpKw;- :,n,r;.1'
Prbvlncinl Secretary.
ByCommhncLihiw   -
.TNO.,ROB80N
GUNSMITHS..
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Hiiii-j Tiokk    SutiajEiim,
POWDER AND SHOT
CARTRIDGES, SHEU8xm,
RELOAOISQ TOOLS.
special prices for urge
Quantities of ammunition.
ssr All Mnll Ordrr. will hr .ml ('.».».
W.SRpn-twiwl I. .(.nil bM> '* «"»
IVurkRnd M.ytliliis In ltn> mruliunlr«l
Use, AU w*rk tmnkterH. sink (mu/.-
ale or l.rcecU-loililluit) U In by Id. il.y «r .
C1IW.KR O-HIBOB * COUIMSU STS.
i'   new1 Westminster: ' "
Th. New Uau Htarr.
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l_MI.F«CTIUU_AIMrilRTEIllOf    ,,
Farm Wagers,;'; ;;itii.*;-;
f^E_9rew;.;^aj!!en^,
elivery Wagons, '
j- - ,i ...Carriages,
IPpp Buggies, ,;;,;%:,'•
Open Buggies,
Phaetons, i;'1" '
i.' ,mt'.. Butcher Carts,
Dog oarts^;',. ,,,.'":':'! ,v
Drays, Stages. >
TIND BVEHYTfflNa   IH  THK  !
,V__HICjI.E,UNE..   ...   r,,.,
f W« havu a Itrija atouk pi. moat uf
tlio aliovu m-tiulea on liunil, alao a larg«
■tocltof Wagon ami Carriage Matcrinl, '
-W-wola, WomIsIhI Hsnlwsim n   .      I   ur) ,
Hevslrlm. Pslslls* Is TrlnHnlns      ni
don. at reaaonable pricua,   .- . .
In nil it. Brandhm.       .iij.i ,livinp.  h.ul  J.ul
.  Eatimatc. given   on Irbnviifk, anil '
Contraot. tsken.   ' Agricultm-al > Implit-
menta made ami rmsbwl, and allliiuila
oUronworMo.  Saw ,^U_,  *_oggj*,|,,
Vainp. and Fannera, kept tn alock and
MSftoSilW? '";■'    *W-,*U
■ Hirse-Shoiilnit and General
i '.'.tli TnWWr'm.r    r-'ii.     vs.
We »1bo keep ln atook to anpply Un
trade, Iron, Steel. C^isa, .CnmS.rlwd ,
Coal, Hone aiul  Os Shoea,   Harrows,
Iran and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage'
Bnrlnga and Astra, anltn 6oni{iltft« MiKk
of Carriage Hardware.'..     'j   Inn   nr.sr
..Fartlei iw|uiring anything in onr lis. ilj ki!
will Iind by iii.pc-ting our .rtock thst. . clili
they, don't require to -   	
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n. -it
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I;' '1,15'
llW]
urn'
19V u]
,toV''theye«ng
s reasonable "r
!■
get what they went, fo'r thoy can get a'
niparior article at s reaaOnablo pritje
Herel ' n  niinv   ui  -,,, 1
>u
We are alao inanulaoUlrlng and Wllng   i
tlio Mlfl.raUd ,, | ,  ,;..,., j, ,.,'„ ,,.,;(!,. ,nll .
VICTOS BAT  lAlill-S PHB8.J       iv,
At roduoed'tifloe»i"ft|;li tlie'btnA'att*' ''':''
ilieap.at Prea. In tli» market, n    orii  I... .11
.■UPWeliST.s'litlheKeatwOrkme'l'ttk..'  '"'*•  <
TtTiS^f'n'MMLV^f.    ■'
m.cnlly wee.o offerliwdwuin.l.t,,|Wuf.i    i.jt.l
atfMttrl'      'li
th.ahnpw ll.S) .uannUiHl -olw'.at». |,.iJn(
reprMwti.il.   Orders,Trom the connirji
promptly altended to.       >"<r     . p'lf   »r.(.
ilwoelml REID ft OURRIE. THE DAILY  COLUMBIAN
'■mm CoumiA Statushy ahd Piimiiko Co.
At the Company's Hleam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
-»llvered In the City dally.. .25c, per week
Mailed dally, one year .10.00
Traastrat Advertise ments.-Flrst inaer-
[oti.lOets. per Hue solid nonpareil; eaeh
ubseouent consecutive Insertion,2ctH. per
'ne. Advertisements not Inserted every
ay, 10 ets. per line each Insertion,
l per month; 2 Ins. HI; li ool. 15.80; % col.
■1.75; 1 col. IIS. If innertecl for lees than a
ios. 10 per cent, will lie added.
Special Nellees among reading matter,
> ets. per line eaeh iHsertlon. Specials
ailing attention U> advertisements, lOcts,
er line,
BlrthK.MHrriagt-Hund Deaths,$1 for each
isertlon: Funeral Notices ln cotfnoctlon
1th deaths, 60 ets. eneli insertion.
(HrlluH Hal**, wiien displayed, chnrged
■ per cent, less tuiiti transient advts, If
did, chnrged at regular transient rates.
jkjmok.-. We nn Author-
to'state tliat Mr. Donald Chisholm
the field as a candidate for the
seat in the Home of Commons rendered vacant by;. tbo.death of our
late lamented roweaeiitative, Mr. Homer.        W!  AI J<dwofl85tc
. ■•*»■'*» ■
Pian0 Wniho.—Iffr. !G.; W. Jordan, of Goodwin & Jordan, Victoria,
will viiit New Westminster during
this month. He comet), highly recommended. Orders for tuning or repairing may be left at. Mr. Pearson's
store. dnol3tc
m
:,AN
"HE WEEKLY COLUMBI
InaeA ..err talanlar ■•rata*
Sfni^^&^mr^st
ailed, II month '.. 1.25
WUKLV ADViriltlNO MTU.
..  _ _, _.. jrllne.
Maadlas AAverll.ea.eal..-Por 1 Inch,
SO per month: 3 Ina. *° perm.; alns. 82.110
.r m.i 1 col. 312.78 per m. I( lnant-jMnr.
is than 3 mos. 10 per cent, will b&acMM
these ratea. ,
Bpecial notlcea among reading matter,
ota. per line eaeh Inaertlon,
JJala must be all mataLsaMMMfetciita
i extra rate will bo
sorted In either lasu
isue for less than $1.
l*tyMlffi (S°'**mbiim
Hoadar Kvealai. K.vf-aber Jts. mt.
ale—Hotel doing a good paying
j The oity counoil moots to*1
j Judge Harrison came into the city
fn to-day's train. . jm
Af»llUn.o.OB*li»*#n-^.i.|i.t
f'oeivedatT. R. PesnoniCo/a  oel7to
J For Sale—Hotel doini
fnilneu!.
[ urner *
t Oo to Protliero'a for Parlor and
ianging Lamp.. The finest aaaort-
fnet ever imported. no27dlw
Hr. H. B, Cameron brought down
Rl,500 - iti> ^W^ *d«t *fW>Vh GArtit*
plreek on Saturday. , ,
| The enstaht feeling of being "played
nt" snd "u^u**V.;oM-ife_*j)jly.l»-j.^
Eioved by using Ayer'a Sarsaparilla.
< A meeting will be hold by the con-
iregation of St, Andrews' church to-
Light to moderate in call to s minister.
' Genoral Roberta will raise 40,000 ad-
|r itional Indian and native troops to
Milton® the Bittlah A-Mj-'of ooollp*-
Ron In Burmah.
jarante ei "lieave orfers st T. Vt,.
p.earson __ Go'a. I' dno24to
| A fire occurred st Yale last Friday
auso not known.
I Ths British jparlianient will meet on
jinuary 13. The government will ask
lie whole ;tim» of th. liouso to deal
h*ith the procedure rules.
|few Guinea, it the Queen will approve
[Five cars of freight for Victoria,
'aong whieh were t-g' WOA_ J
lljgsr, a horse power, thrasher snd
Beaner, wej4_^isi!|i!it iotoJjJiB.pity laat
iv Dacoit.—A deapatch
from Bohmita says a party of Dacoits
at midnight entered the British camp
and attempted to fire the barracks
guard house, . They killed throe sleeping Europeans and then decamped.
The men were not alarmed until the
Dacoita wero making off.
>R tub Commons.- - At tfie solicits-
of a number ol jiy friends 1 have
consented tp offer myself a caudidate
for tha , representation of the district
of New Westminster in the house of
commons. Early in 1887 I intend tn
bring my family to the distriot and
become a pemtaneat resident.—Jihes
ConviLiii. no20d&wto
—r—i——-.' _,  .   rl	
Lansdowne Tenants.—Lord Laiis-
dumie olpblns Uiat onjy a few of his
■ iiish todants have refused to pay their
rents becauso thoy did not get the SO
per cent, reduction which was granted
to those on Kerry estate, i Hs states
that the reduction was sufficiently
large. The condition ot affairs outside
of Kerry is satisfactory •
..-4 •■ j-—**-*-*•—r—-i—
Weather Repobt.—-Oapt. Peele informs us thiit we have had 2:96 inches
of'rain during the last 48 hours; weather mild; thermometer, maximum
53.0, minimum 44.0. When the sun
shines through breaka in the clouds,
the weather sesms.like May. Grass is
quite green, and roses, eto,, in bloom,
barometer ranging from 30:36 to 90.
Baptist Ohcboh.—Ths new Baptist church ou , Agnes slreet is now
nearly finished, anil It is eipeotsd th.
opening sMvloel. will. take place on
Dec, 12th. These services .will be
conducted by Rey. J. C. Baker, superintendent of missions, Hev. Waller
Barsa df VlWWia, aittt' Rev,' A, B.
Banks of So*jtVle. The following
Monday eventdg "t grand concert will
be given by a seleot choir from Victoria and chpio" local talent.
.'._»•             ...
Man. Steamer Sunk.—A despatch
from St. Johns, Nf., dated 24th inst.,
says: Tho fast mail str. Hercules,
while passing through the Western
Tickle, noar, Fogp,- inmdtre Danje Bay,
tf_uck thi j sunken steamer Suminer-
side. She 'drifted towards Dean's
Rocks fast filling witli .water. All her.
fires went nut. , Ily thd timeshe reached. Fogo she carried 10 feet of water in
|er' hold. The steam pumps Wero
working foiurtantly. She barely reMh-
! Before deciding on the plan of four
I wral designa at Mr. KB', office, McKeA-
'tie at,, sad coail-ta. eeonoa.y with Utility
l[.nd beauty. dw-sel3to „
The Reliance did not reach Yale on
tier last trip on account of the alate of
She river. The Indians lay, that it is
riower than they .ver saw before; but
it is rising rapidly again.
_, Yestera\»:v'st-_»l_(fh'VW:»a.'l_liirlit-'
_■ delayed hy s small slide near Hope.
-nud slide and snow in tho mountains.
Baltimore Oysters I The real, gen-
iine thing, ssnt through by express,
fresh and delicious, just received by
.. J. Rob.cn, at th. fruit aloro oh-
io.it. the  Colonial    Hotel,   to day.
have always at hand, They are sugar-
mated, easy to take, effective to operate,
.ure to bring relief and our..   They are
^effectual  in a  wide  rang, sf  dlseaMsr
1 which arise from disorders ol the atomsch
anddlg-stivswawr.,   ,/>IIHH<l
f   By reference to an advertisment
(which appears elsewhere  it i fill ba
{seen that the Victoria steamer leaves
Rtere at 4,B..in1onTuejriass.ui.order
(that maih Ud (-AMlihgors for the island
iitnay be detained hore as little ns nos-
■ible.     Monday's at-Munbr vrtll»ero-:
ifter leave Viotoria for here at aix in-
iteail of '*(0|o!fU(f!| »vj».| (i ;t II
When Rev. Sam Jones, in Omaha,
Sob.. aaW ai*y, nuffi. pfesept ijlw had
never spoken a cross word to his wife
, stand up, a round-faced, good-natur-
i looking individual, with a beard,
'stood up.   "Thank God, there's one
limn who never said a cross word to
his wife," said Rey,, 6ja*n,,|/IL'ni a.
ichelor,"  shouted   the round-faced
If Sam Goons, a Chinaman^i ,.,
[hn, and Katie Peterson, a white girl,
'were to have been married in an hotel
{parlor at Council Bluffs, la., mul a
[large crowd gathered there to witness
laight-seeW,"&« «Bimi! got into a hack
..Mth the minister, and hud the ceru-
l*r*noiiy pertdnnSdllWle driving through
f°fthe street,    .»,,,:- s .v., .. ..-.■....it.i- I
Crvsial Packino Co.—A corre-
Ispaiident inquires whether there is in
llhis oity-jMinMity afirm oUliid B.ni-
■irjiier'., or Jhemns^s Crystal ,l'«i-ki»ii
IljCo,   We never heard ol auch s com-
|li7pany in ths province.
i -.
,   .loaaph Kuaaa, Percy, wrlU'si "I wa.
,i;;,T^a/,^h,ta^£!
•three w lour year., and found it the beat
krtlcle lever trim-j iIt.boaIkM*■»«'
blessing to me." Beware ef similarly
named artlelu: they are imitation, uf
Tl)i'. Thorr,!*' EollctrioHMlrill ,\;.U-i W
Quick FesIoht.-Tha rfonderful
reiiilarity and despatch with' which
the O. P. R. has been traniporting
ngors across the' continent has
'iaed. everyone.'.. The freight
traffic up to the present time haa,how-
ever, been scsreely ss satisfactory, but
the fact that freight oame into the city
!•*■ night' 18 days ftom Motltreal
nuws that .11 cause for, complaint in
the matte- qf time 1. Uhsg removed.
Thia will be good news to nur tntt-
chants, and will improve: 111. reputation of the road.
U n0      . )   !' .**>'! .. I ! ,1  .,
Police Couut.—Two Chinese ap
pesred in the police court to-day,
oharged with using violence to aJellow
celestial! tOrJCf itaalipg i',% . watch
from niii - some ween since.
After an exceedingly wonderful
and unique hearing of the case, in
whieh the court appeared to be at the
mercy of cr*j»ar4, rtsj>»c_lvsly frrr **■
prosecution _ip,iiffiotnw, ttir. mal
:*as«in aoa*T**sy-empi.
|understandlng that the watch should
bo returned to the uwner, the defen-
A Fine Sam—H. M. S.Benbow
ha. j uat mado her trial trip ot 4 hours
duration.     Her     dimensions    are:
jth, 330 jfe_rti breadtl.,66 ft. U in.;
ti, 37 ft. 1 j in; displacement, 10,-
010 tons; draft, forward 22 fl. 3 in,,
aft 24 ft. 0 in; armament, two 110-ton
nnd aix 10-iiich guna, besides rapid-
i lltiail guns and torpedbes.' Pressure,
89.0 lbs, - -   •
10,853;
milea.)   Capt.   Peele,   who   sapplies
.) Capt. Peele, who sapplies
these pnrliculiirs, Wants'lo know who
Oaiiproduce a war vessel to boat this I
Frr-
^.q^m-tii^.
irsons Who would l.e glsd to* :
Mothor Graves* Worm Kxtci-mlnatoi- is
pleosailt to take*'aure'aad effectual in
ilcstrpying worma.   Muny have tried lt
' Mth tiest results:
Y. M. C.
several persons wno wmild lie gi
HSiibt in the estsblisliment and uiain-
tcnance ol a Youti^ Men's. $tii#bi
Association Ih thi. city, and ;Mch' sti
institution ta.ight be m:ide/,the means
of accomplishing much good. There
are now 90 anootation* tiiildingi ia-
Canada and tho United States, and
the value of property held by thete i.
at uvet; five inilllon rli.ll.rt,
hundrsdshd tlxty-fivf associations uwii libraries of 172,624 volumes,
worth «293,168j 444 /reading rooms.
with a totAl daily average of 22,587
are reported. One hundred anil thirty-one iisa.iciiitiuns report gymnasiums
antl ..ther mean's of physical culture,
such as rowing, baseball, and ..uting
cluli., br.wlllig alley., eto., and 505
report flOU biblo olaues, with an aggregate average attendance ol 7,340.
Four hundred and eighty-seven men
are devoting' their''whole time to tha.'
wMk aa general secratsriea, Hbrariaiia, '
ami , gymnasium instruoti'rs. Six
nuiiitred and fitty sssociatii.iia sf. in
GerhLny, 70 in Franc., 570 in Gnat
Britain, 491 in Holland, fi in Rwaia.3
in Chins, 3 in Japan, 0 in India, 19 in
■»■>¥■ MK*y,
Why go limping anil whining about
your corn., when a 25 put bottle of Hnl-
loway'a Corn Cills will ratline then*,!
tiiv^t a trial, and yoa will Mt ragret
jELEOTOBS
—OK—
New Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.-Aa n Miccwwor to your
late representative In the Commons will
Boon have to be elected, 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the position.
I purpose publishing an address In
which I will give my views on tlie moat
Important queatlona aflJeotlng your Interests, and will visit the different settlements and addr.ua the elector, hefore
election day. '
In Politics, lam and will tai thoroughly INDEPENDENT.
Yours reapeetfully.
(lWoo25tc T. J. TRAPP.
To lessen mortality and step the in.
roads ef disease, use Northrop A Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic
Cure. For all diseases anaiiig from Impure Blood, auch aa Pimples, Blotches,
Biliousness, Indigestion, etc., etc., It has
uo equal. Mrs, Thomas Smith, Kim,
writes: "I am using tbis medicine for
Dyspepsia; I have tried many remedies,
but this is the only one that has done
me any good."
Personal.
Mr. Jno. Armstrong, of Mud Bay,
arrived in the city to-day.
Mr. Theo. Davie arrived froth Victoria on tho Rithet to-day...
■ Mr. Stamford, superintendent of the
gas company, went ovor to Vancouver
this afternoon.
Mrs. !B»», Gilley arrived yesterday
from the east where she has been
spending about a year with her friends.
' Archdeacon Woods has had a Cablegram announcing the safe arrival of
the Bishop andTHrs. Sillitoe in England.
Registered at tlie Colonial:—C. G.
Ballentyne, Victoria; H. J. Cambie,
C.P.R.; H. McGee, North Arm; A.
Fraser, London; G. A. Gall, Victoria;
JS. A. Wadhams, Ladner's; J. F. Bell,
Toronto: J, Lowtheand wife, interior;'
M. Cleary, Mission; W. W. Heartily,
Yale; D.Wating, North Arm; M. J.
McDonald, Langley.
Properly Sale.
TNE OITY H-l'-V-l BEING BAPICiY  DIS*
rannF.
The auction sale of city reserves on
Saturday, night resulted very satisfactorily, lots to tiie amount of $9,330
having heen Sold. The purchasers
were principally old investors. The
prjees paid for the lots were not high,
but there being such a Urge amonht of
desirable property to select from it
could not he expected they would
fetch much more thsn the upset price.
Lots which would,not bo looked itt a
few months avo now bring thesame
price as much better lots dirl a short
tim. ago. lt is evident thst property
is being, more sought after at ench
salo, una in a very short time every
inch; of pie reserve, will bo taken up.
Then those wbo wish lo buy will have
to pay what Ule owners ask for them.
Th. lota .old and the purchasers wi.ro
as follows: Lot 4, block A, David
Murchie, 9516; l.t 13, block A, H.
Mather;, t$_5; 'r.^lC^nd   17. block
A, Jam|isJV(Me. (HOIQ; lot 1., w	
A, Jas. Cunningham, $605; lots 14,
15 *nd 16, block B, T. R. Molnnea,
»1645; lot. 4 snd 5, block D, Robt.
Wintemute, $210; lot 6. blook D,
Robt. Benson, $105; lot 7, blook D,
A. G. Gamble, $105; lot 8, block D,
D. S. Henneuy, $106; lot 10, block
D, J. S. McDonnell, $105; lot 18,
block D, J. A. Calbick, $110; lots 19
aiid 20, blook D, Benj. Buck, $210;
lot 8, block E, T. F. Sinclair, $305;
lot 4, block F, Mrs. Hughe., $306;
lots 8 and 12, blook F, Jesse Oowper,
$610; lot G, block G. Benj. Douvlss,
$1105; lot 23, block H, Gun. Walker.
$255; lots 43 Mid 44, Mock H, W. H.
Ia-sbier, $510; lot. 10,. ft, and 18,
block K, Arohd. Burns, $316; lota 89
and 40, block K, S. H. Webb, $220;
lot. 1 and 2, blook L.Royal City Planing Mills Co., 8075.
? Thob*Twiii Fo«s t*> bodily comfort,
Dyspepsia and BUiouuieu, yield when
j war i. waged against them with Northrop A Lymsn't Vegetsble Discovery and
Dy.peptic Cure. Its ua. also insures the
removsl of Kldnay and Uttrine maladies,
andprotnotea unobstructed aotion ol the
bowels. The purity ill ita ingredients is
another point in ita favor.   As a blood
fiurifier it has uo equal. It is also a great
avorlte with the ladles.
a_e-
flminnantcatWiu.
The Imperial Speclallsis.
' KlMJOK CoLlWDIAN.—Will you please
.he good enough to state lu your next Is-
sue thst this staff ol surgeons is compoe-
«1 ol Dr. William A-""«<W1. M.D.M.C.
8,'L., L.R.O.M.,- B-.'-sw* S. Orr, M.
D.L.K.O.P.S.'r'B.A„ Prof. B. S. GoodMI,
Ph.D., and your subscriber. I oan only
for myself say tliat I took the degree of
M.D. In Oct., 1808, at the Glasgow Uui-
irsity, Scotland, and a degree in Hur-
V from L'Ecole de Medecilie, Paris,
-n»nc, May, 1874, aa will appear by the
records of these Institution.. Am a
Frenchman by extraction. This staff has
n. wnnection whatever with either of
the sevon travelling staffs uow in Canada.
Aay person using tlie special remedies'uf
tlie staff will themselves be tlie beet wit*
nesses to the elttoituy of their utuative
pc«ci's, ' Tours truly,    Dn. (.nirm.
[Dr. Griffin doea not explain the item
Which appeared in batiii'day'.i'aii.o! tin.
CouiiiisiAJt. He ought to state whether
he is Identical with the Ur. Griffin wlm
visited Mouctou last iimutli, und wh .111
tlio 4aatem papers denounce a. .1 fiuml.
,--K"l'   _________
Mr*. W. .1. Linij, Betliany, Out.,
writes: I was one wl the uiT.ti.st siillrr.
erifur ubout lit'teen iiioiith. *»ith a dis-
iim of my eitr siinilar lo ntcura, cail-illg
Cutire deafness. 1 ti-ivd uvi'i-ytlilug thut
iKbo done tldougl. lne.lli.al (kill, hut
ion! leliel. As 11 U.t iveort, 1 tried
_ .-. -Thomas' Kcl.'ctiie Oil, uud, ia-.ten
minutes found relist, -i eoiliillired using
it, Slid in a shui't time my enr was cureil
and bearingcoiiipletcly it-stored. I have
use'trthi. wouderfnl I.e.let sinroeasfully
lu eskee ol hlfisi'.ltnstint, of til. lungs,
■ore throat, MSlglia Ui ool.l., ent. ami
bnilsn, Ac, In tact It Is ,nir f.iniilv iiii-ilj.
c'M* ; ,     .„ -  1
IK
Beautiful pjiotoui'ai.liie, -liaii.ir..n.i_
view. In British »"i«iinibla. JI.00 r
.el atT. R. Pwm.li * I'll, VI
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Pmh fMeffniiu. i>
Niagara Palls, N.Y., Nov. 28.—
George Hiizlett snd Miss Sadie Alien
of Butialo wont through the rnpids nud
whirlpool this afternoon in the torpedo
shaped barrel used 'Jay Hazlett nnd
Potts last summer. Thuy were in the
rapids and whirlpool fivo minutes and
were taken out of the eddy on the
Oaniida side just below the whirlpool
three-quarters of an hour afterwards in
good condition. Miss Allen is a re*
Bpectablb girl of 18 years old, a brunette and rather pretty.
Shoo, Nov. 28.*~The nationalist
chiefs held a private meeting in the
town hall aud discussed their future
course of actiou. Messrs. O'Brien and
O'Kelly, members of parliament, went
to Riverstown to address a meeting.
A platform wns erected and a chapel
bell waB tolled. Mr. O'Brien made a
Speech in which he denounced the government and declared that the Irish
would be able to overcome tho p worthy schenles for repressing opinion.
The jwlice threatened to arrest him.
but although he defied thom he was
not molested. Mr. O'Brien then went
to Peallygate where the priest advised
him not to talk. He persisted however,
and the meeting was dispersed by the-1
police.' The excitement in Sligo Ib intense. Tlm streets are guarded by police and cavalry. ■ A commoner tanner
commenced a speech in a field near
the town, when a body pf police appeared and dispersed tlie! meeting with
bayonctB. There was no riot. The
meeting  at Tully countv, Mayo, ap-
Siroved of a plan for the campaign,
[ohn Deasy addressed the meeting.
He said if Dillon and O'Brien were imprisoned the Irish people would not be
without friends. Mr. Thomas Mayne,
member for Tipperary, defended boy
cotting. A government i reporter was
present,, being guarded by constables,
and* noted the proceedings of tlie meeting. Commoners Maurice, Hoaley,
Hooper, Larce, Fox, and Shea spoke
atthe meeting atKilleagh. Tiiey nil
declared the government could not
touch them, but their speeches wero
generally moderate tind guarded;
, Boston, Nov. 28.—The large establishment of, Lockwood, Manufacturing
Co. on Summer st., East Boston, was
destroyed by fire at an early hour this
morniug. The total loss is estimated
at 9200,000;- well insured; *   .
Paris, Nov. 28.—Whiie a radical
meeting was being held to-day the
platform was stormed by a party of
anarchists. A fierce conflict ensued in
which a number,were injured.. The
nolice liinally succeeded in clearing the
hall.   Twelve persons were arrested.
The Temps domes that the government lias received unsatisfactory advices froin' Madagascar.
Kl. Paso, Texas, Nov. 28.—A force
of nbout 75 MexicuiiB hns for a day or
day or two beeu engaged in excavating a channel to turn the current of
the Rio Grande about two milea below
town. If they succeed they will .gain
a considerable body of-' land, nuw on
the American side of tlie river, of very
'great value. Judge Leahy, who owns
tho ground, has ordered the men to
desist from their work, but to no purpose. If the Mexican intrusion is persisted in it may lead to serious complications.
San Franoisco, Nov. 28,-- Jack
Burke, the celebrated -pugilist, aocom-
psnied by his rbanaper, " Parson11
Davies, left this eity to-day on the
steamer Columbia for Portland.
the looal inspectors of hulls and
boiler* have completed their investigation into the causes of the accident to
the steamer Ancon io Glacier bay on
Be-^t. 13, when she ran iuto a hidden
rook and wns damaged to the extent
of 910,000, and hare exonerated Cnpt.
Cur mil from all blame.
Cincinnati, Nyr. 2».~-A fatal collision, attended by -dramatic circumstances, occurred at Anderson station,
on the Cincinnati Southern railroad,
this afternoon. An engine making a
trial trip left here in charge of Edw.
Draham, an old and experienced engineer. At Anderson it collided with
a north-bound train, i Draham hsd in
the cab his two sods, 5 and 7 yean
old, also John Maher, aged 5. Perceiving the danger ahead, he threw
the three children'' through tlie cab
window and itnyed at his post. He
sacrificed his 1ifo for the boys.' John
Malier was also killed, aud Frank
Lockwoud, ouitineer uf the northbound freight, badly injured. No one
else wns halt,.
Charleston, Nov. 20. —Two shuck*
of earth(|uake »nre felt at Summerville to-day, one at 10:80n. m. and
one at D:39. p. in., which rattled
things in it lively manner, People
fere more or less frightened. Ilie
latter shock wa* felt slightly ln
Charleston.
Buchai-Kst, Nov. 20.—At a meeting here yesterday of the fugitive
members of the Bulgarian revolutionary pnrty, headed by Seankoff. It
vins decided that a' new rebellion
should be attempted in Bulgaria. The
meeting was held at an hotel nnd was
particiimted in by Sehakakatine.
Among those present woie tho oflicers
who had been dismissed from tho
Bulgarian service because of their eon*
mie'fion witli the recent uprising.
Schaknkatiiii* promised- that tne Run
sian consul nt Bucharest wotdd afford
. tllp plotters protection in the e-vent of
'tite failure of their undertaking.
Bkuihaiik. Nov. 29.- During tho
piiHL woek tliere havo boen fifty cases
of chniura and teu death*- in tho infantry barracks here.
Milwaukee, Miss., Nov. 29.—In
thu cuso of Carl Musaulfieldt, Jno.
Hinge, and Aug. Gutae, Milwaukee
garden rioters, Judge Sluane this
innruiiii! suspended sentence. The
pi*ii.-iiu!i-s were immediately freed.
I<oni.on, Nov. 29.—In the Campbell divorce case tit-day Fiuley, for the
defense, continued the plea of Lord
Culm'* cuse. If Lady Campbell hnd
believed, the lawyer argued, thst her
huihtfnd hud communicated the malady
to'Jiei' sho wiUild have made it known
to him, but this she had never done.
The judge, interrupting, said tliat the
argument should be confined entirely
tp. tlie cruelty alleged in the petition
as one of tho grounds for divorce,
nnd ns snid eruolt-y hnd Wen proven in a of 1-eotux-ing j
X^y _S-K>wi»iSl>~ I
•o Co»go ffr-eo
nal^ifua sy-ntli-
?ct ~t--o T>uilcl a.
-xil-es s_»p from.
v»t* £*> cLista.xx-ce
Ue numerous
"jtli-e fxitur-e of
o :m immense
*1 place tlie
imnu liioatioi a
l» a. tlila, . -*v itli -
■•^o i uijgHfc cas
Ji -tlie T_*eiiefifc
If*£-«_>in it. He
-peaceful san-d
H -1
L ,a_ €7<_n\t »-iei--
ievelopmenta
'» 5ty., aiffiUx-
rundoubtedly
(fa-ex- two la«dy
Wether witli
he<l j*.nil then
n Tlie devils
ively known
b>xx one John
■fe  *who were
P
tx-s. O'jBrien,
I niitioiialist
tr-iv-ecl, -fco^-clifcy
ira rf_^*n*M«.-_*,
J-JX riot allow
-s the people
,_it_re ets44)n i <1
■   --*-* ,    -*■-    i S**
special from
,'_a. n-ayjer* ^Ala-ta
:fe iti te ltta*rl way
iTiin.sjeiiieiits
j*~*?U to reach
'e tlie princi-
ji road. The
*- next week.
ifea.1      wUl     h«s^
ermont over
li     thence      to
the
.Lowell
Oholesra
-Iii rm. Yea-
_-■.•» sea and  &T
[,pw  casos are
lie Alt}l«m
Ji-e   -ia alwft
foody
II. lA.nd f._^
'iwberry oox
.room at the
'often stands
Never buy a
.    low. The
•just to kill
' in the barn.
■il-rf»om have
i>inun whoae
.y would feel
■rwliat is said
•**' Women do
neat metis in
' if lie could
i ,=*i.-«*tt«ld M'arc
1ml> -weitli tlie
sy on ine I"
• ither in-law
aloud in his
she came to
iks, a vujiOr
,1 > 114^ s* - -©To w
r^ 5-t.n.d if he
-•oui cxhaus-
B-lzxcI awakes.
ive     *s.**otliex*
Aiifjuf^lyi^ym
Tliis powder.never varies. A marvel of
puritv.stren-Ktli ami wholesome ne.vs. Moro
econuinlcal-thnii thp ordinary kimla,nud
eannot -ft*** woM 'iii  competition  with the
multitude of low test, abort, weight iilum
br -pUospliate powders.   Sold only In cans.
Royai_Bakin(» Powokr Co., HHJ Wall St.,
"T-Tfe'w Yoric. Sfely
Port Hanunonf Nesto^-I
nice fruit or, ornamcutal- trees,
shrubs, etc.; fiom Onthrlo.' As I rdtVirto
nlMiu!, tlie mltlifNvor Juito to settle up my
a-frairs there and' come out thin fall with
tbe stock -for my nnrsei-y liorp, und will-
select nnd -bring, your ■ orders ripht ftlons
with    me  for  this   full   aud   next K»rl|ii-.-*s
f.l«ntli»*_r. I Mill satisfy all both -uk to quoit-**.- of trees and fruit, nnd I will Tie.self.led
here in th4 ftm^ih^oc lo -.yon TflU'U kpoir
where to flttM Jmh." All c&itimuiileatlons
after tlie middle of Juiie-moy tws ailUressed
to me nt 1-tou'iniuivlllc, Ont...or toCurletou
•fc Hnrrisi-PS^rt Hnminvmd.  J
O. W, MHSTRY,    |i|
my22te Port Hammond P.O.
Telephone Call Na 6.
P; 0, Box 71
,the French
iF*ranee must
(position as a
1 pr-svunt the.
J> nm» & nrnpire
_& «Miy power
■•>« Freycinct
•J-sstioii "-Would
,actory man-
l>xiia.l subject
Hent herself      "VTOWja, THK  TIME, to   send  in
sent colonial      A^     yonrjor-dc*?** ff you   wo.ut some of
■policy of the"
I'udence    and
li. jnoved -    t-lie
tor to in-iin-
VfcioMi-*;' -*&•:
'tie       motion,
isefulness of
-fel, having an
an.  by which
ecting Cath-
■; which were
-.-ices to th e
iii&MPd to «Us-
f Tli« Sum
V voAe ataadr.,
} inembors.»f
^a-XTowness" of
r.ise. 3VT. X>e
»3 the credits
3& n trusted to
ttv. _IVI.     -De
amendment
x jn. eensure.
Vt-i of 313 to
j been tr&etkx,
i^9#^n Imdget
-ion .
islegiition  to-
leating rifles
!»ate  and ap-
tt -and credit
a
.wenty sacks
iMid to Gmv^
dT     €fre    East
. to £elgiutn
Iilundered of
•>. _A.11      the
Relied. The
^>*>j^.     the   ar-
s Ostend ex-
,tter«s froni
ley and dia-
jfc of 40,000
ris w—rxj-rpfiosett^
J>ery  are  the
ted      in     the
il.
n
WM  McCOLL,
eneral Merchandise!
Dry Goods,.Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDBOMfl BLOCK, Columbia St.
-.   . dw-nu3tc	
HACK FOR HIRE.
m'BE UNDEHSIONED has cstnbllnheil
«*1- himself lnttieCttr-of Ntfw Westminister with  il KirtST--^I.ASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Wlil-rli Ih opeu Tor Kngntccmeuls nl
very ma-ilerate Clmrgca*
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
l>y telephone, will be promptly attended
iofdayor niglit. stable next H. Elliott**
JOS. OATES.
Telephone No. 30. .mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Kumlslies alt Kinds or Help
I Free or Charge. ,
OUR BUSINESS 4&ENCY.
T^O  YOU  WANTTO BUY OR «ELL A
fm-W g"Husf ness, take a partner* etc.
PIGKERIKfi & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglas
ana .BroiiBhton, VICTORIA, B. C- P.O
box 6^4. .    mh27
Wood and Coal
HE  8UB8CR1BBU H^Vft ON HAK1) A
'nrjje quantity 'of
ltsmX-y Walker.
Jir-s-r* -while she
t
fccly, I>r. 3..e-
icse l*ills_i *-.io
^t flrugp, arid
cnown  to act
ia_i     Femalcss.
a-n *air-t.i{»*lifc
f itia<1« to re-
yea.r» In a.n>-
[t-fce ci t'cular.
XJ»TIS  -Sc   Oo.,
lu    !*£.. -Xolm*«oii
r Itiuhaitlsou
■«iejy     /tc    Bro.»
Ia«tings  Saw
W:     M.   Ol»llc
.1 n'M2Sv 1
T
BEST \VELLIXGm\T LUMP COAL
*. And.an assortment of
•CORD WOOD,
kch   he   -will  sell; at lowest rates.. He
1 alKo promptly attend to all kinds of
•X_-XI^.]MEZ-D_r<».
Orders left at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia Rtreett or at my house, Douglas
street, -will   meet   with  prompt attention.
HENRY ELU-QXT. .
New Westminstor  fl. a JlylOto
WHITE
500.000 WM IN USE
And    bnariiig   tha Highost Testimo-
--»•* **j3ials"froni ull who uso them.
1 I __m   -
The   Cheapest   and Best  Machine in   the  Market.
'"STi.^xiroa'
Oall   nnd   examine them    before ffotng
ere.ot
Chas. J. Robson's
-•   ■■•'    ' T-nfpi-p btobt:,
Opo.1  .-.CVfTm.lflf.T TT.iffl. 'lrto2l^
PI-ONEKR
Fisht Game Store!
WM. H;; ^IAlttlN
HAS  ALWAYS ON HANI) A 00011
supply of    .
Fresh and Salt Water. Fish.
GKA-l-E-al Inr BBASOlr.
DEALER  IN   SKINS AND PELTRIES.
■ PurcliuBcs will be delivered In-any part
,0* the Oity freo of tilinrge.     ' d*jly31yl
ITOTOCOBBL'. E!
DRUGGISTS!
New Westminstor, B. 0.
mhlOtc;
IMPERIAL
fM. INSURANCE CCMP'V.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pai.l Mail
,  ,a LONDON.
INSTITnTJ;£> 1903.
E" OEINSUEINOHOn8K8&OTHl.R
Building., Ooods, Wares, Merclian*
disc, 1 Manufacturing and 'Farming Stock,
Ship, in Port, Havlior or I)oek, and the'
Cargoes of suoh VeaselH; alao, Sliina build*
ing and repairing, Bargea and other Vw
sets on navigable rivers and canals,' and
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ami in Foruigii
Countries,
FROM jLOSB OR DAMASK BY ITO.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
$1.600,000 8TG.
Rates of; Premium and every Information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARHSTRONfi,
Agent for New. Westminster,
-PRACTICAIi-
NOTICE 18 HEREBY tJIVEN, llial
. Uay«,after Unto *f> tlitouil :tuuH
Ll   Uayw.aftflr ffdteiSBBfi
.ipplleandA' id.tBi Chief _ 	
ot Lands nml "Works tor a leane for tlm-
WrmsrpurpoHes.ofUiP following desoribed
tar.dK: :     .......
ThactNo. 1.—Coinru«n<>[|iK al n »WH|.40
olinlnt. eiiHt from A. ,1. Cotterrr. soutliennt
comerstute {Elk Buy.-lDlinston Hlralti),
ttience Houth,40 chums: west, 60 chains;
north, 40 olinlns; went, 10 ehnins! north,
20cliulii«; west, tiOolminnj north, ii chains;
mist, 40 chains; north,'JO ehulns; wcut.00
chains; north,30 chains; ,oast,20 chains;
north, 20 chains; enn!, 20 chains; north,20
olinlns; cast, (to chains, thonee south to
shore Hue of Elk Bay: theuce Inn south;
westerly direction to W, P. Sayward's
claim; thenco following around said
claim to Sayward's southeast, stake on
Elk Bay; thence .follinvliift* shore Hue to
Cotterl's northwest corner post; thence
alonur Cotterl's south nnd east boundary!
to place of commencement; said tract
^containing 1300 ncres, more or less.
Th'act No. ...-^Commencing at McNa-
hemle, Northpnstcorner Nodnllas Channel, Thurlow Island; thenco North 90
chains. East 20 chnins, North 00 chains,
Wost 40 ehains, North 40 ohnliw. West
40 fliulns. South 140 chains, to McNa-
licrnlo, North bowmlary line; thence
East along said North boundary to place
of oommoncoihent; said tract conUiinlng
WW acres, more or less.
Tract No. .'..—Commencing ut a post set
on shore Hue of Thurlow Island, CWWTo.d
nnehomeo,   Cardero   channel;    thenee
South 40 chains, East jEOohalmi, South 80
chains. East 40 ehulns, North 80 chains,
East 40 chains. North 40 chains; thence
westerly to point of coinmotteement, said
traot containing 720 acros, moreor lean,   i
ROYAL CITY.PLANING MILLS CO. .
' Per%.; T. AO.
New Westm I n st er, B. .C.v ■ ■   ■" f til oiu
ir.th November, im,      , dnolSml
What Physioums Say About thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatmentby Absorption has for .nmo
time been vocognlzed by Medltnil V> n tn,
be the most simple and effectual lacnhB
of conveying to Diseased Oigans/'Cn'ri-
tivos," but in oases of Kidney Disease ntid
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment was practicably impossible until the Introduction of thc Stair Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescript
tion and1 Is I Iin measurably more'decfoire
and effective than any quantity of- internal
Medicinal ilotinff. Worn Immediately over
the sent of Disease, It1? curative properties
become.absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Ononis,continuously nnd directly,
as required to instire'ln return their healthy aotion nnd original vigour. I It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant In Its'
effects, and cures when nothing else can,
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results, A more valuable
discovery ns a truo,reniody for Kinney
Diseases wns never ttutde.—jvatfeMlawettu
The Marr kidney Pad. manufactured
lu Toronto, is a permunent sure cure for
diseases, disorder* and ntlment-. of 'the:
Kidneys, Blndder nnd urluury. decretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pnin In the small of the back, sides, etc.,
IiNKluclng urlnrt.y disorders, such as too
requent, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
ele., denoting tiiopreseneeln the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder nnd passages, Bright'* disease,
diabetes,'dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Scud for pamphlet to LANGLEY*
CO., Wholesale Aeents. Vlclorln. Uetall-
ed by A. M. HERRING and D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster; T. McNEE*
LEY, LMn»*S Landing; H. McDOWELI/
*Ca, HA8TINGHSAWMIL1-C0„THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO.. Vancouver;
W,.E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale; W.
R. MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK ■*
CO., Kamloops. . dwsp23yl
Has just received for the Holidays a fine
assorti ne ut of Gold aud Silver
JEWELRY
(isms1
mii mm fmm*
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Size American stein-
winding Gold Watches, at
$3.2,50<   ,
REMEMBER—We do not«... "aiid"
Watuhea and Jewelry a» solid gold.
Our good, we gnaraiiU'o.l juat as re-
presented, and pricea lower than any
other house in B. 0.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER', B. C.
Siwi
Confederation life
ASSOCIATION.
UuaraailM i'avllal .*.,•«•,«•
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, toROriip, Canada
a homexojImny,
This. Association' 'merits the
confidence the I'ublic ,,1.8 reposing in it from the - following
FACTS:—
The Seen ri • y olTered in poMuy bolderH In
onHurpnsfled liy mi,,- ri-ci-it-tiydotnifliuid-
noH» In Cbnna.i, " "
It haa nosehemt-Hof liitairanee, but tlie
-i70ll-e»f'tibllMlied lines, heneo tlie policy
holdoniuiniMit he inislud as to tlieir eon-
trnctR.
Its statrcmentH to the jmbile enn be read*
ily understood, its ensb Ktiitemeiit. flliow-
Ing every Item of ini-omo and how cxpon-
den. ...      ,    .
Its position iHaKcoriiiitiod iinnually from
a detailed vuination in which every Horn
of liability Is Included.
Ita progress has ix-cn unexnniplrd In
the history of inatiiiiiin. In Canada.
It« policies arn indlNimlable after three
years, nnd non-forfeit able after two years'
existence.
v Ils proflta an* distributed upon an eqiiil-
*i»ls onsls. The profits to one elans of
policy holders nro nob lessened to give
larger profits to nny other clusji, which
method affords superior ndvuiilaifesover
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
UIwkrI llundlllohH hr to Residence anil
Travel.    ,'(,
J. K. MaopOKALD,
Mapaglng Dlreotor,
T; R. PEARSON':* CO,
Am-nts, Nev Westmlnslei
.H-7.-3;ii».i.||i,riinlH.    ll ■ ■
TESTIMONIAL!
K«nb«'*l.(.r, *-5rrf'Jilrte, $886.
MR. 0. ROBERTSON,       :i    j
]    .: yanoonver;..',].
Representing Goldle* McCulloch,    :
< Oall, Ont.
Sib.—Wo the undondsned having wlt-
neiised the terrible nre which wiped otll of
.'xiHtence the  young city Of VaneoitVer,
on the 131b Inst., Imve, ufttr the tire, ex*
ninined the safes sold by yon, mimo (if
which were .put to tlie moit sevrrc toit,
ItnvliiK been surrounded by large (juantitles of lord and paeon nnd we nro p|ea-ied
to testify lo the remarkablo manner in
whieh every Safe sold by you preserved
itt< contents, not only books and papers,
but Also thousands of dollars hi paper
money were taken oui lu perfect condition.  We.can, therefore,.with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly lire proof:     . ■    I   ! :
I* A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Railway Compnny-   M. A, MafiX_fiflni
Mayor; John .1. Blake, Bttpehdlary Ala*
gfstrato;. RlehU Alexander, Just fee of
the Peace; .Tohn Boullbce-l'Qllce-MaglH*
(rate, Oltyof VHOeonver; THohii"i Dnirn,
Justice of tho IVSee; Uaaa Johns,'Ool.:
Edward K. Rand, Real Kstato Rroker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rnnkln,
Real Kstate Broker:   rlther A Kdnon,
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Hani
Real Kstate Broker:   rlther A "JMi-..,
Royal Hotel; H. F. Kecfrr, Contractor,
Royal Hotol; H. F. Keef*>r, Contractor,
C, P. R,; J. W. MeFarlndd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. C.
Innea A Co., Real Estnte Brokers; A; Vf.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Hplnks, -Real Kstate Brokers; R. 0. Fer-
guson, Mgr. R. 0. P. Mills. Jcaoto
IVIIL
vMI/Tt'it|'-- raltMiiin ■:
Importer and Dealer in
Fiily tais!
PE0VISI0NS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
_P95™-,"jJeI_* Blook,	
NKW WK8TMINSTEB.B.0,
■    . mh* 'i
ra|j   -. STEAM'EK-.rl'.   .iii'
>iQkA0f&'
UNIU.,1 FURTHKB .ROTIOE  WILL
-lonvo <in MONDAYSW Chmiwliiiok
und way. jilao-*., retu-Dlng'on Tae.il.ya. .
Ismvat an THUBSDAYS for Hope und
way plticea, rclurnlng on Butunluya.   ,
dwuolltc      OAPT, INSLEY, Ijlaator..
lE  ^ALEli5N~
';,',. JAH88 FISHBR, Frofrlctor.
MONUMENTS, HEADSTpNEs; TOMllS,
'.  TABLETS AND CB0SSE8, FUR-
NITURE rfXtlBL'Eli'io:
.. Per-ont. living at a tlistance, by Handing
a (Ic-crlj.tlon of what they wlali, outl have
dcslgila, pricea, etc., fllrnlslicil on uppl|ea>
tion. All work «uaran|i.rcU cciual loan),
oil tlio Pacific Canst, aud at reasonable
ratea.  N,B,—No agenla employed.
florflon Street, Vletorla, B. e.
Opp. St, Andrew's Presbyterian CTnure.li
mlilllto J-  '•' ■'
JOHwacox;
'' Importer and Dealer In
tliljil
mfetODINO
sr:r:. ■  u il   I     mi n
WHITK IiBSHOR-II,    rt
BROWa LKOHORN8,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
'    '   '    LAHOHBANOH,
While Created Black Poland.,
Clutnen Fowl.,  R«nen Ducka,
While Pekin Duck..
Pit Games, Houimn..
M.llirdsan.1 Egga supplied at low rates,
and all slock guaranteed.
Koyul Avenue, Unit or lloujlis St.
'•'    tit!   inliJItc      " ' '    ' !' 'J'   .-
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
nniJSc»tUeR(mle.
(        iJ. *. TARJJE, M^ater.x
W-Ll. iBAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Thursday U.rnlu .t! .'etof-*, 'or
New Westmlnater" and Coal Harbor, via
Port. Townaend and the Island.; arrive, at
Now Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two houn
afterwards] loaves COAL HARBOR Friday Nlgkl for Seattle.
.' Fare ta Brattle ...HM '
FKlikt ^cr lea ..'... -its'
Speoial ratea to merchants.        apldte
A Private College!
"J ^F0B	
Boarding & Pay Pupils, Boys,
, '.'•     VILL'Sfe.pPENED AT|(|
ROSS BAIT, VICTORIA, B.C.
j —ON—
S0NDAV, AUGUST W, 1888.
THE   BUILDINO   HAS   l.i    LAROE
.- Hooms and la well ruriilahcd with
reajRUrr grates, bath wains, Ac, Ao.
Excel lent opportunities for all klnd.nl
healtbtul exercises, Including bonllng and
BktBlnit. t "...-'...■
Pupils will bo mode mast comfortable
and thoir general welfare carefully (*h-'
aldored. .■„■'-.   :'i I   '' :
A COMPETCNT IT»Ff V IHIIRUCTOIH
will be miilutalucd. ....
F.xcolloiitfatllllleawlll be ollbrded for;
Insiriictlon In KudMk, CMtiaeKka,
I las.lral a.irl Nutrra Uagaaie W.rbJtcU,
withIa.lr.iurlil«l"u.lfr
Applicaflob Forms, ltelercnces and full
.Inforniatlon furnished by >'i   rti
RKV. C. J. BKKKTON. H. A.,
Jun. .,1886.
Nkw WESTHiinTn.
ilwJly_lto
Re-Opening!
J.S.
rara
HA8 Ot-feNED'A SHOP C)if '
,,t     • . It.        -    ■ - I     UP        Till II
McKENZIE    STREET,
First Door to thi Kltrht from OolamMn
Street, ami will have ulwnys on haml
a' full asNortmeiit of
Foreip & DomBStio fioods
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A PERFECT...FIT-
Gi^aranleed in Every Case.
i ■.:     doettc   '
^-^s*M
m
ttTe
IHE I1NDERMC
L   pointed MentlHBrfllilh LVIUBiMH lit
ies. beuutllul mooumenla.  (■ullpanlo-
BREjj*
j   3H
141^
COLmBIA,,STREET,
t-mtOIXIM AND DCAIUa tSs
faw
Stationery.
Toys, etc*
The Largait Stock on the .Majp.
Itind,,. and  second  to  tjo,lw
House In British Co-
lumbiiu
 SQPi AQKtjn , WSkr-e.i
...    --    E?«SIW.pffi   iy
Anil agent, for all the leading Amerloan      ' ■
''.^ '',l:.'i-S'ilir».1r|..,(t iOi
&
.;.:.     RULED A PRINTED.
•   ii '.i   ■:.' no anf-SH '■  -:■■.?•.' I
On th, preu.'«_s, u ireatW a-iid cli..iA
a. at aujr'oUiei  ettalilubmut in tlw.,.
PtevlnM.   '■"' ■   ■ ' ■yil"""s '"
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C-mfedwj^ton. Uto AtMUiMt pt.-.m ■ i
' '■'     ... Hm   roliila I&ii t rd i -.•.-.
Nwlh |^.»l|v.fl),tS^|)^'»;|ir**,J'''; ,'j
 AaeoU for Fint. .'leu. - .   I,
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Fl ud jIDUUUW SAKS
BMIPNIMI   KKCKirTH.
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Am til klnn. if-mtOi Book' aii.11'.l.i.t      "'
Form.on hand. ',,,...... ,
. -—All the I*adliig.-1~-
llegularl'.tco.l.cd.   llul^uttoM^k^
for imy Publication at owwtrate..     '""'
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