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Array Ww'^'^^k
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';#-* wwametSBL, a a, Thursday evening, January
NUMBER*
..WOLF IHITH, M.D.
Ac^^Bg^-ltheiBJaJ 9*>.t
Newt, wool raised in Southern Aua-
traliai.takwJtof»Ad.UH*to
Francitco by steamer, carn«
New York by mil, re-shipped trad
laid down in Londonfbr i lee»..s«m
than wool it oarried i from New,
Mexico to Philadelphia.,   ..,', ., A.f
The prohibition movement if
making Headway in Alabama.' Ilie
legislature haa agreed upon a 'vWy
high liquor licen.se tax, and has,
pawed a prohibition W •far't*)*
the blaok countiei Tne Sa^nnahj
Oa., News (Dem.) says: The plan-
ten are finding tliat prohibition it
a neoejurijy, fop .negroes are rap-,
idly becoming worthless. a« laborers
beoause of weir drinking habits.
The greater part of their earnings
is spent for w|hiaky,*nd the.conae
quence is that when they are most
needed they are not in a fit condition UsOffihi ^VMflttmtogSbk-f
tried dviry TneaTre SntrrrWuBrlSol
to remedy the whisky evil, and now
they propose to try1' that. —N. Y.
Mr. <H- ^•JwfeP'|l>*«i'>y
turned direct from British Oolumbia
by the Umbria. He reports great
progress, in all matters connect
with ^Hbtt^jifa]^
North America,■, Several brauph
lines of the Oanadian PacinV Railway into the interior are projeoted,
Kootenay Lake and in the upper
Kootenay valley. Mr. Baillie-
Orohmah, who represents ani English syndicate which 'has received
important' concessions in the Kootenay distriot from the British Columbia government, reports that he
haa sold 6,000 acres Of land ot an
advance of ISO per cent, upon ita
oost— Canadian Qasette.
An interesting specimen of sharp
practice worttj g&*'bw|fepW»>*he
performance of I Ail' uneducated
Frenoh Canadian carpenter of Chicago. Learning that three of his
compatrMM jtofi killedSM the;
acoident*fetfi >§it 'to* Ihe wr
.identified! tii ;WaJs ahd recovered
bodies to Chicago, had them buried,
and, taking with him a letter from
the priest abet MA'! lettarsint the
dead men had in their pockets, he
visited the bereaved families in the
a settlement with the railroad-authorities for 85,000 each, and pay
ing the ifajn&iesI whjt tontahtejl
them, he liad $7,800 left for himself.—Manitoba Sun.
Emi^f
nors lt*nm>
tha late General Gordon. Englishmen, thereforo, feel responsible for
hit safety, though tne Engliah'government does not, and. Hay. .are
orgaAitlngHnjypjenioi	
command of Henry M. Stanley, the
discoverer of Livingstone and the
founder of the Congo state, . The
teak will probably be a diffioult one,
at the Arabs have beoome throughly
organised under the leadenhip'of a
successor of the Mahdi.. The moat
recent news from Khartoum was to
the effvpt that a thoroughly organised military system' had .been
adopted, by, tbe sheik, who are determined neyqr again to; brook
Turkish or foreign control at Khar
toum   or  in the provinces.—Mon-
lnttlw*S-n\'AlQlO e'rio
Three,, or four years after, the
Britiih government had seoured tha
ownership aiyd. oontrol. ot. tha teli
graph lineV%%reat brltain the
following results of administration
were eUce)H»iined The number of
offloeafor'burineohadincreaied "
percentj'the Bumber of iriessajges 50'
percent, thi "timlibei 'of woitfs 200;
Csent, the ooet of Bending had
n redaoed 40 percent, and it'had
aotualiy eoat the government nothing, for it borrowed the money for
23.10 percent. Government in
England, wii conduct a great telegraph enterprise for the people .better than priva.teenterpriae.i If gov-
eminent in .Canada cannot do it, it
ii time', that we find out the reason
' why.-i*or. William {Ont) Echo.
Do no Vroutiot to ihi Livir and
Hw ?*^Am-*w *Aw*4v» •»»
without tn. advice 6! a- nhvalclan. Th.
D«t .utsrtltut. for itaoh pwnlelbue drug.,
andthauH of Which to MW follewin
dlHUtroua effect, upon th. general
health, it Northrop A Lynma'a V.gataMi!
Dbeovtrf i aad l>r.ptptk Cum, which
'    t.titi'
gulatw tb». W4n'.para*, th. blood,
and fin. a healthful glow tothe check.
QKFICE HOUB8-10 0, m. t» M neeajj 8
to 5; and 0:30 to 8 p. m. dnoNto
I.
i. xiititAttJiiL., '*« bjf. A,
OFFICE: MoKensle Streot, next door to
Drill Shed.
.' RBSIDENOE: Agnes Street, third hou»
frjinj Mary street.
. OFFICE HOURS: loto 12;2 to6;fl:0O to*.
I.I .iii^d-delllo ', ■'    ' '^it.  '■ in
1 ptr™btAN*S01lOEON. ■'•"' '■'
OFFICE1 ahd RESlDENOE-OWirch  St.
. 11 (neat door to Farmen' Home), near
'' Columbia BL, New Westminster, B.O.
D
B.S'.WBliH,_
N.w Westminster, B. O.
T!—!■'.'.  ■■'»■
O. BROWN.
-{Menial Hotel,
apSBto
c,
,,    s;\DWITiq"»V? J.
OrwoES-Over DfBV Corns A Co.'« Drug
Store, Oolumbia St., New Weatmlnater.
irs-9toU;l:a0to7.
visit Ohllllwhack the lirst Monday
•nd two (oUpwIna days la each mouth.
T..th|«lnl«eslr MJditlA; >1» ,
>**et»s*, "    *"'  '
V| BARRISTERS,
JQ SOLICITORS, ETO
Offloe, Mtk.MleBtfMf, Hew tttsmgngn,
•*dVaq*UTtr,fti1.'>_       .3BH***
■Ir
HORN AH BOLE,    ,        _,-
BARRISTEWAT-tAW.
LandAgent Monty to Loan.
Columbia Street,
seMc  ....,.., Kew #cajmla.tor, 9_0_
..»ss««nW.m.. J.^ -'
T. PITTBUDItlOlI,
Jl-:„ 3HT MODI
,-i     LAND  AGENT, AC, AO
d-deltc
MoKensle Street, N.W.
A       >■     ___t_V__J_\t_\
^,oJ^if4T«-»'""':
I    tarveyor. leal Ks»ole Broker aid
Caveyaaeer
On and after the 21st Inatant Offlee, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody.
 -*W '■*'.-..■'
J. TBAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Oolumbialitreeii,....,, K«r wAnotnaW
...       'ii      1.    SW.   V. /• H
If
comlhl.ak>ne 1.1U receive prompt
and oaraial atfcatloa. Beat reterenu.'
given wheu required. mhU-to
W. D. FERRIS,
BcWii»W0eW()ollMti)r,
IIVKRU 000D MBH8 JOB BUI.
MT^-UUi
;    UND SUJRVEYORS,.
Keal Stttte, Insurance antt
oVm fl«*«l«ioi AMnt«.
rm, un, icounr * maimi iwnuiioi
OOLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone fi j     IW WMTMlMRB.
_i      deltte        .
PITT & CO.,
1 '"»tf% 9*1-'i 't "
Real Estate, Mihing
1 AND MONEY BROKERS.
Oeneral Oommijsion Ag'ts
> VAN06uV*4lti B. Gb
WANS NEGOTIATED.
DBAL KITATB BBOKBBt,
>   Comv.y.ae.r.,C.U.at.t.,
Will   ','„': ;!,Ktit)ti I>i>a»«e.A(.»ts,
I Offlm at VIOTORIA'. Fort gtrwt,
' ''■      NEW WBBTMINRTKRl Cornm
., MoKensle and Olarkaon Blk.
,     VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.:
> BUILDINa LOTS rar aale In all .Mtlpn.
ot Vancouver and New Weatmintter City,
; FARM LANDS of .uperlor ouallty for
nli'at phljilwhack, Torf * -"
Laagl.y, Matsr"   	
n,n Landing,
and Pitt River.
ffi&5"M-wssa.*
, Lulii I.land, North Arm
M.p.and Plana exhibited andth.lull
nt Information furnlahedatul
i aBflafflfeaJ.
1 our ofllcei
hWiV
Change of
THE   UNDERSK3NED   HAS    PUR'
.   chawd tb. entire atoek-ln-trade and
lu.lnejwof A>cM« " 	
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHJ.W8T1EKT .VICTORIA.
.;.' ','. J—^ajUs—CB ros
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
'-'•"■"H'. C.8EETON * CO.,'; ■"
16 linahury Ciroua,
, ■ ,i London, I. C.
PAVILION
T.
IIS WELL-KNOWN ROLLER EINK
will be open as follows:
SATURDAYS, 3 to 4 In, tho afternoon,
find 7:80(010 in tho evening'.   ,
-4din|iil«B t. Gentlemen   15c.:   Ladles
(Me7^eotSlutei*,2&c.
' Perions wishing to secure the Rink for
■elect abating parties can do so on application.
WINTEMUTE. CALBICK A CO.
dnolzto
THE CLARENCE
Corner Yates & Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
fflaMK 0. mCHMDMi,   •   •   •   LESSEE
rpOurilSTS'HEADQUARTERS; FIRST
A Class In every respect Pally aap-
alied wHk all CuveateaM. or Mrtetm
tMela. Now and Elegant in all IU Appointments. Prlee. Moderale.
Thia magnlflcent Hotel la now open tor
the reception ot Quests.
aarNo pains will be spared by the management to make thia Hotel pleasant and
StriotlTe.
Onion Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
MEALS AT AIL HOURS
• '      (DAY OR NIOHT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week,
, Under .the preaent management every'
thing will be found tint-class, and prices
are extremely low.
diiolmS    •       E, H. BARKER, Prop.
'   DEALER IN
wood and Goal,
w
HIGH WILL BE DELIVERED IN
any part of the City at lowest ciir-
rentratw. 'r - *    ■
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
' Order, may bt left al the Store of w. H.
Burn., cor. Columbia and Blwkl.BU.
' aeacral Maakaarilk ak.p on Richard
Stre.TopposlteR.C. Planing Mills. -
dnoSBto
THOS. OVENS,
}■■      '   MANUFACTURER Ot
BMsmtii and Machinist
AUKindaol laaohbury, Patent Loch.,
Safe., Hewing Machlnn, to., ke,,
BLAOKSMITHINQ
In all Ita branches. Farmers', Loggers',
Hill and Contract Work: Agricultural
ImplemenU, and everything In tbe
bfaekamlthllne made to order.
Having aeourad Orat-claas workmen, w.
feel oonMant of giving aatlafactlon.
•ar Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jlyslta)   CotuMBiA St., Now Wm.
Wm.Ross
BOOTtSHOE
^jASSXjOT-.
■•WooToilo'tl't^iXliWt^MZ.
W. It. BURNS.
JUST ARRIVED;
$15,000 STOCK
From th. principal Houao of Germany,
Franc. Oreat Britain, tht United
Statce and oar gnat Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT OH HAND.
CALL. ANp SEE MY  STOOK BE-
FORK YOU PURCHASE.
Bout* Ml 8kOtl, from No upward*.
felt A Bilker Goods t Yum-Ymi
of all kinds.
lit lei't Deili' Sllppera for Xmu-
the loveliest ever aeen.
R) lliei of Mies', Mines' A Ohild-
roll's loots.
WM. ROSS,
t«HMUI Nttcl Bltwk.» oliuib • HI.
' 'r .', ,    (iffrtoisti*-
ALEX. HAMILTON
LORNE ST., OPP. COURT KOttBE,
IS PREPARED  TO   FURNISH   ALL
kinds of M.auDn.lalw.rL.
Specialties ln Scotch tiranlte and Italian
MarbleT        ■
Rough and Flue Stone for Buildings.   .
Agent for Beller'. oraamratal ru.tcr
Work.
Designs sceu at Dempster's Shoe Store.
P.O. Box 18S, New Westminster.   dno'Uto
Look Mm!
TF YOTJ WANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
XMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look at some of those extra*
•rdlnarr kargalns In.
Ladles' iind GentleaM'i Cold and
to . SUrer Watches, Okains,
ml      Gbarnii. etc., ete*
Or If you want a useful ornsinent for your
house, examine those beautiful B-day
slrtklat Cloeks, with cathedral gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES,
Hu Watch Kepalrla* a 8*#e«{altr, and
good workmanship guaranteed.
*rr Rentomber the   plnce-the "Bluo
CHARLES MURRAY,
•   .     SfJLARKBON STREET,
, Opp. Kegittrr Oflee, New West'r.
Bow, Sip ud Onunnial Mlin;,
PAPIR HANCIKC, ClAIIHO, KAlSOMWim, 40.
WALLPAPER.   d
Tho laigest assortment of Wall Paper
In the City, wirapriHliig newest patterns,
always on hnnd at bottom prices, fiam-
Sles'on view at T. R. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia St.   Payer hsaglag at
aptolally low rates. uselSte
dwau8yl Columbia Bt, Now WeBL
GUARDIAN
Insurance Coffi'j
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Fnntls, $18,000,0
iTT3IJLBX.Tr)
UTABLISHID (831
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doo7to        (R. O. S. A P. Co.) AGENT.
WRAtTSTIlr,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-•Wl)-
GROCERIES
- ALWAYS ON RAND.
Hay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W»0» ANB C*AI, MUVHCD M
art ran inn cm.
Werantwoatateadail)r,no.pt8nndara,
to Port Moody, carrying H.H.B. malls.
Ac oo liquor or tobacco Is used wecan by
temporatc habit, and careful economy
serve the publio at especially low ratM.
dwseSOto
GUNSMITHS.
GUNS, RIFLES,
—AHD—•■
REVOLVERS
•r All HeserlHItas.
Fiitog Jwili,    b^'bira
POWDER AND SHOT
(ALL KINDS).
CARTRBOES, SHELLS and
RELOADING TOOLS,
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR  LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
&LW&SN*-,m***
I klads.f Cu
Wark ana aayiklai la Ike ■aeekaalcal
"" w«rk aanraa    	
... ioWoaainalii
w«k.  Aim, Ihals Ikr
lilt. AllwMknaraalM*. eaa.jrau..
,1. or broMli-lfmainal t. IM ky tkt aay >r
COBNRK CHVRVn IC0IIMBIA STS.
NEW   WK8TMIN»TIR.
Tke Kew Haa "l.r.■ dnoSto
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACIDRERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.       ,
Removed
aW-To shop lately ocoupled by Mr. Daroy,
Columbia atreet.
Call and exapilne our stock and prlees
before buying.. We cant be INDUUMlA
in the eity; Repairingof all kinds neatly
done. r Vf. PROTHERO A CO.
 selflte	
J. Vf. HECKXEY
Peebles a Heckley
..  {NEAR MERCHANTS' SftDARE)
FURNITURE
^*      MANUFAOTURPR8,
UPHOLSTERERS,
Sprtn« nud Wool Hittreuci md
BeddlnK always oi hftBd.'
HAVE ON HAKD THE '■'
LAVGE8T AKD BB8T BTOCK OT Ml
HltVBE ONIH MAIrUARB.
Hardware Bedroom Suites, In Aife,
Cherry, Walnrat, er Habafaay.
Estimates for Offlee and Store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer hns-been
engaged by the firm, who,are now prepared to do all kinds of work ln the upholstery line. dJlyStc
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
fere prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good work-
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
t%e., now on hand.
fy Orders nay De left at
the Company'! Office; Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
d-Jlyaite MANAGER.
afc
se
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN. THAT
90 daya alter date wo Inland making
application lothe Chief Commissioner ol
Land, and Work, far a lean (or timbering Durposea ot ihe following described
lands In Cout District:
(1.) Commencing at a .take aet at th.
ead of Sidney Bay on West .hon of
SkttjF^'ialvi -wa■-*
ohalns, Houth 100 ohalns, East to Northerly shore line of Beaver Creek; thenoe
Easterly following shore lines of Beaver
Creek and Sidney Bay to point of commencement, exclusive of the Indian Reserve contained therein; said desoribed
tract containing  abont  one  thousand
(8.) Commencing at the North West eornerof the claim already, applied for by
us and described as Tract No. 2 In an advertisement Inserted by tis In the "British
Columbia Oaiette," dated November JMh,
A. D. )8N; tbencn West 40 chains, North
•10 chains, East 40 chains, North to shore
llneof a small lake: thenee along South
shore line thereof, Easterly to the Nortii
East end thereof, thence East 40 chains,
South to shore line of HemmlngBay Lake;
thenoe Southwesterly along lake to a
point due South of where the last South
course as aforesaid Intersects said lake;
thence South 40 chains, West.40chains,
more or less, to the North East corner ol*
leaM applied for November 16th, A. D.
18W, as aforesaid.
New Westminster, B. O., Dec. 88,1889.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
d-de81ml
[Llmitedl
John Hendry, Manager.
asrcriOaB,
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN THAT
I am duly appointed by Mrs. S. Hennessy to collect all outstanding debts
due* to her. Also to pay all liabilities of
the Holbrook Honse. I oan be found at
the Depot Hotel.
AL. J. TOLMIE.
New Westminster, Deo. 98th, 1881,
d*de38w8 .
NATHANIH DVSON.
TNFORMA'rlON REGARDING THE
I whereabout, of Nathaniel Dyson (late
of Plattcrvlllo, Wisconsin) who Is supposed to have spent last winter In New
Wcatmlneter.win bethankfollyreceived
by I. R FISHER, Bank of K 0.. New
Westminster. dw-dewtc
COME AND SEE!
w. i^tioum,-, '
JTAVINO TAKEN POMMaiON OF
II Ibe "Tempmao. Hoo»," frooung
oiiTioiumblaaaJ Ohnrch gut.u,oopMlu
tli. Episcopal Church, kit nowAaowa
a. the ■   ~
FARMERS'HOMEf
Will acepmmodat. Ot. trareling pnbllo
at tbe following ratw
Board per day;
Sin,
rd per day«.ro,.i„„...a..,.....^« pa
" week .....~. ........HM
lie Meal... ^. j. J  12
ast-Oood .ocommod.Uon for Ia4lttjti«
families. .     • tajfjtW'
M
■• -   HAVINO TAKEN
LuDdbom's BnlldlB?) Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stoek as a man wants to
select from. .   •■ ,.
    Greecrles.   Pr*vlileai,
Crockery, illauware, Beats, 4*,
Come and see the new place, and let us
know what you thtek of It
dwoclBto . . . C. McDONOUGH.
E. HUTCHERSQN,
NDRBERTMAN t DBALEBIN ,  "
Frqlt and Ornamental Trees;
UDNta-a UmiiMt B.O.  ;
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO TN-
J. form the people of BrlUah Columbia
that be has eatabtlahed a Naftery at Ladner'. Landing, and is prepared tt.flll
all order, for Fruit Tree., Ornamental,
Treea, Bhrabb.ry, VInea, Small Frullt,
Ae. Treea Imported or horn, grown ao-
cordlnKtothe wlahe. of cuatomera.. The
subscriber hu had a thorough practical,
training in tbe busineu, ant having a
permanent stake ln th.country It Isnft
Interest n deal fairly with the public. Be
will wait upon Um various towns and Ht-
tlemenli ahortly, and all order, will havt'
hi. personal attention.
aulStc E. HUTCHERSON.
MIAMOM
FASHIONABLE
Dressmaker
 AHD- —
_Miiliiier.
Douglas St, mar Agnes,
d-dolOml        NEWWESTMINSTER.
':.   ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Mcarl* tipoilte tke Colwlal Hetel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
T1
IHE LAJWBST AND  CHOI0I8T
aatortmmt of all dMcrlptlon. oi
MEATS AND VEfiETABLES
Con.tantlyonhand,andnppllodtoFam.
01m, Bntaaruta, aad Sttamboat. attat
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
von ji&hto'^t
nest tbe Holbrook Houae, FrantttiMI.
"Farm to^ $8^et^ p
4N IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE '
cheap, and on easy terms, wttS or
TtiY,,,W,,ir;'NicHOtSON>""""
dwoc7tc fi Mount Lehman p. o, i
FOR   SALE.
ONF.-BALF INTERUT IN the
ley Jaw and Planing. Mill: i
good order.  For particular. .p»!
preml.Mto  l , ■_.,__. --,._rL'
Or. I' -.-.w« -. —
aplSto
ttt
Or-Mii.rij^iArJK»01
li; ,iniJ
a*n>jS
OKKN, VloWrla.'
,'
POSt THE FIRST OF NOVEMBBB-
an 8-roomed House on Agnes street;
Abu—From th. Fint of TNOUnbtr—a
i!8g$cm$.&t'm™^
;t.3(jt
ysltual
Applyto
_"      HENRY V. EDMONDS,
sSsto LandAge
Agent.
WPix.'jBfa&&ti
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARKS, luii
X years old; good travtlHn; worn tingle
or double.
■ auy ■one. 8 year, old: worka an
donble; nice ladiea'or genta' Mddle
wrygentle.      ■   n -
I S-Matra BasaTfl i springs; nnrly ntw.
S UB. «r rSSHiy Bay on North Arm,
Fraaerrlver.
-SnTrnti^"'' '*"•**>••"*
Clly Water CMBfaay.
'Mew Wwt, Nav. llth, im ,7 Twntuto
W. J. FRENCH.
-T-_X.it Jk.}
FOSi
9rtT
rpHE
Lot^ wrlh 8-rooflred Dwelling Heaat,
Situated on Columbia Street, next ttt.
Ronan Catbollo Cbureh. Comf^j. lut.
Drawing, Dining, Bed Room., and Kitchen; Pantry, Scullery, Bath Ro
Wash House; Tbree-.talled Stal
Loft. Carriage Houa., and .iten.1
Gardens; apltodld Tl.w,hMllhy locaUon;
very auiublo for a large family.
Applyto' ■■•■•
Ifadeilo HENRY -V. IDMOHD».;
„_ CNDER8IONED OFFERS FOR
aalekl. is       » ■ ■■• i i ■• .■: i!, mn-
"JVTOTIOB.
•M-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
&t!,!*u2>,,tPMr.o' Ibe Prorlnoe of
British Colnmbia at IU n.xt mtlM
for an Aet to ' ~
bulld.mal
way from
[J&&n'i£tTffi.\-lXni_t.
rom hu oonvHleat point la or
lhe City ol N.w WMtmla.l.r to
cooTenlent point near tke tWh
t  po!
aome 	
parallel of North lauwue, a—ym
ahmoo Bay and Town.hlp U.lr
BM*U.h,Columlua!*U,'U'','r' 	
New WeatmlnSt.r,Mth Norra>l»r,iai
OKAS. WILSON,   > ■;
dnottwO Solicitor for Applicant..
1TOTIOE.   ,
WHERBA8IBAVF.BEEN APPOINT-
ed reeelter or all the Hrmmi to-
Hammond, byvlrtn. of an ortwla
mttStmimVmVmi^
».wA*as»5fti'- ■
"Ar.'i^prJrl'fidbTU
all peraooalniUttnl ioiba .
^mm^XSSSm^mm
legally dlapoKd of), art to|^4pMror,
aeoonntfortheaametome.
T. J. ARMSTRONG)     _
Dtputy ah wis
N.wWMtmlast«r,aa,
Ott.irtk,ltK
2iTOTXG&m
JOE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
... application will be made to the Mf-
liiatlf e Assembly of the Provinoe or Rn<
tish Columbia, at lis next session, for an
Act Incorporating the applicants with
--'- *  *        ita them to ro-
__ e In tbe District
of New Westminster tn the Provlncoof
sufficient powen to enable them to L
claim certain lands situate ln tne Dlntrlc
British Columbla,whtch maybe desoribed
retail those tracts of marsh and meadow
taws, Tli.:
First, Westwardly and Northwardly by
Pitt River and Lake; Southwardly Ly Fra
ser River; and Eaetwardly by the main uplands of Townshlt»9,UJ,and<13lof Group
One, NewWestmftsterDlstrlcU
Second. Eastward!/ by Pitt River and
Lake, end Westwardly and Northwardly
by the Coquitlam River and the upland
of Townships 88,40. and 41. of Group Oue,
In New Westminster District aforesaid,
and Southwardly hy the Frasor River.
'And for Imposing ehams or Assessment* upon such of the said lands as may
Save been granted by the Crown, propor-
Onate to the benefit whioh may be derived therefrom, to satisfy the cost there-
_. .. ,.— uq subject to s*acb
JAM and forenab-
of, upon such terms and subject to such
conditions as maybe Jnltand for enabling tho applicants to acquire nnd hold
any suoh lands whether granted bythe
crown or not, upon suoh terms ana conditions as shall seem Just.
Dated at NewWestminster the 25th day
of November, 1888.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
d-da8we Solicitors for Applicants.
Mice or Co-partnership.
T  HAVE   THIS   DAY  TAKEN  INTO
I    Partnership Hr. W. Cassldv.   Tbe
busineu ln future will be carried on nnder the name of W. fi. Vlennan A Co.
W. H. VIENNAN.
New Westminster, Dee. lst, 18M.   d-d9m
MR. ZED. SMITH,
GUY SCAVENGER.
CESSFOOUI AND YARDS CLEANED,
andCnlmnty. aw.pt.
dnoftto
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART  BOYS WANTED AT
once lo tall tha Dally Columbian.
Apyly utTills Office. daulltc.
EreirMutafebonsuiMM
J±.   FEET.B,
PKAOTIOAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OFF. OOUHfUL B0TIL1,
NEW  WI8THQIBTSB, & 0.' i
Pkiilelm' PraMriftl«M aai IM>
Ily ReeliM a liMtallj.
N   B.-OaIyi
OT«rtwmWTMi.'ti^arlaatt.; mrM
PublicNotice
Kit Iutaatir Mio Liiu-j,
TCtSsa1
Mayor and '.._	
reopened the hollo _
EStSS^tmm-
avl.lt. Papen and Mi
dlrectlona ara ».-'"■
visitor..and mora ....
reaaonable aupport   li
term, are Ml cat
papers, Ac; ant-	
will amount to about
pott ot one ourar Mr mt
to se. ntw. from alloy,
tlegant books whioh
evtryathounl Ther.
Bin. Ribbon will	
and join thi. attmtln al
tbelr own credit and that of
on., oom. all, and yon r"'"
by ono who oan aaap all
YonmtUv^iUiil
Nnr wwt, Ai NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Special Meeting Hyack Fire Co
Mon.um.nta .... ...,i). 3. Robson
The White it King.!...jfp. J.
Hails ilritisi**€otaii«ian
tkanday Evealag, January t, 1881.
Oar Next Conncil.
The electors of' this city are summoned lo iuwt-t»-tr»OotB^ti»»na8
next Monday' Ig jjetacta iiew^eounr
oil for tha current year. Tliis is
one of.'/the1 :inpst important public
duties imposed by' po^ulivl1, government, and" It Ought not to be approached wl^jo]i)t^rrrSBt;<ioiisid'',ra-
tion. It too often happens that'
unworthy or, inconipetent men get
into positions of responsibility and
trust through the apathy of the
electors; By the laws of the land
the selection .of councillors. is left
absolutely in Uu.liaBdB.of thi-ejectors, and if they fail to-do-their duty
fearlessly the evil consequences will-
surely fall: upon themselves. , We
are not'Ws.jfe''how many..of the
present oouncillort propose to stand
for re election*. - Jtjis said that two
of them (Melsi*; Boss: and lord)
have failed to qualify, and their
places willbftve, to be filled by
others. Whether all the other members stanff,;br'hot, the electors in,
each ward ought to be considering
already who among them are best
qualified to assist in the management ol oiwc aflairs. It will be a
great pity'lf tfie'gdillhlstratiori of
affairs should fail .'to reach: a.oon;
dition of' efficiency beciuse of; a
failure on Uie part of the eleetors
to see that city offices are filled by
competent persons. We tfre entering upon a year of great po'ssibili
ties antt very Sntich will depend
upon the character and abilities of
those to whom we entrust our
affairs Let the people of New
Westminster meet next Monday
with a determination that the best
material available, and only the best,
will be} bfrtiitted to, obcupy seats,
about tteVi»io,^mjlra thit year.
Hyack Fire Co.
 SALgfEETI
I FlfgConmny*
■~J3*f*L,--. ,	
fc'clMb,fortho mtpoHbot electing*
AlntS fur tpili'f BuflOM-r.   All iiiem-
requoBed to»tte*d. I      djaflta *■
WHITE
-IS RING!
The Mlliury Voteano.
For some days there has been no
apparent change in the political hive
of Europe. Whether the czar is
really on the verge of insanity or
delirium tremens no one has been
able positively to declaro, and it is
by no means certain that if he were
to swefcr; Off,.'l^orrow Ijhe peace of
Europe would be assured. There-
ported alliance between' Germany
and Ru*Bj;*fhA(Sh wehuvenorea^
son to question,puts France ina
position less favorable to the continuation of "Tier Tavorite tactics.
Francels -first ambition was, lo get
even wltt 'G*rmany,;and her other
ambition was to bully Great Britain oUtj.oJ.lEgypt. When it was,
first proposed to occupy Egypt and
smash' the Mandi, Britain invited
France 'tor;(u*h>re fn'the glory and
expense of the campaign. But the
French .govemment .was not then
(nor is it even now) troubled with
superfluous wealth, and as there
was very little: -prospect of glory,
the invitation'TrtWTjoliteljr declined.
Great Britain undertook alone the
job of tottliig the Egyptian question, and she seems to have gone
there to stay. - France is anxious
now to participate iri; whatever
benefits may result from the ven
tun, and, backed up by the supposed 'f^cltyP'- aupport; of Rasisia,
the haa been demanding of John
Bull to oome off. The alliance between Russia and Germany, however, enema likely to take away
France'! MoM" support,' and • it it
extremely doubtful if her attitude
of bluster Will continue. It ia
scarcely pouible that France can-
' continue to maintain an alliance
with Rttttla while 'that power remains in alliance with the hated
German empire. But she is not
likely to find other alliances, for
neither Italy nor Ores* ferritin will
ean to enter into intimate relationship with, her so long as she perse-,
vena ji^jptM»tjpolicy,- The
Balkan question is now practically
in the hands of Russia and I her
German ally. Austria moy not
willingly abide by the decision of
the allies, but her unwillingness Will
hardly lead her to active opposition.
Gnat -Attain doea not regard the.
petition of.;ar*iii in Bulgaria of
tufficient interest to justify her in
itlttrfefW wrUess at a supporter of
aome other po*er whose interest
may be more direct.   Austria and
eattd flwttJ TwhaVe not already
oommittod   themselves.   ... Austria
Worth conaidering. It ia probable,
rJienfo»,,4it^ROa8ia and: Germany
will ao^at Bulgarian affairs pretty
mnoh M. tlawy ehoose, and  onoe
mon 'm^ili^'^^^1^
theeatt. '"■"'' ■--'■"":•".'■',
P M JtarkdliWhttJeddore, N. S.,
•" •:' TwU* fo wtorm »<*> »' *•>"- won-
••S-THAT-Srtf
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY
for this celebrated. Machine, I
wonld be pleased to send one on trial .to
any person desirous of purchasing. Tbe
Machines are sold .on their own merits.
Every Machine guaranteed by the Company for five years.
C.   J.
ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery & Fancy Glassware £ China Store,
Columbia St.,     ■     Sew. West.
djaotc
MONUMENT*
A NY PERSON ORDERING ONE-Oft
J\ these Monuments, costing I9C0 or
KOO or mon, before the lstol March, will
save the freight nn same, rb the Company
are offering special Inducements for the
first threa months, AJaCurJa
•'      0. J. R0B80N,
Agent,
New Westminster. djaflte
NOTICE-
VTOTICE. IB HEB8UV GIVEN THAT
_\ we liave mado application tb the
Minister,of the Interior at Ottawa for licenser to cut timber on   thc following
lands: ' .„  -      , ,
LoU Hfl), 357. S6S, 3Di S63,3M nod 1KB. Ill-
Group Ono, New Westminster District,
B.O.
BOYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
-,   John Henq&y, Manager.
New Westminster, Dec, 15,1880. d-dlsm
NOTICE to COBTMCTORS
Canadian FttWtr and Hymmtl, with
SEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED TO
the .Dfimlnlou Qnvernment, Agont,
and endorsed "Tender for Laundry and
Bake House, Penitentiary, New Westminster, li 0.," will he received at this office
until noon of MONDAY, thc 17th Instant,
Inclusively, for the erecttqu aud completion of a Liiundry u.id Bako House at British Columbia IVnlUmtlaqr.   .
Pinna mul specifications can lie seen at
this otlleo and ut the post Office, New
Westminster, on and after the 5th Instant.
Porsons tendering are notified that ton-
tiers will not be considered unless made
on the form supplied and signed with
their ai'trial signatures.
'• Each tender mnst be areompanled hy
nn accepted bank cheque made pnyable
to the order of the I Jomlnlon Government
Agent, ennnl to five per cent, of the am*
ount of tiie tender, which will ho forfeited
If the party declines to enter Into a contraot when called upon to do so, or If he
fall to complete the work contracted for.
Tho department will not be bound to
accept Uie lowest or nny tender.      «
By order,
E. M. BOVILL,
Private Secretary.
Dominion Government Agent's Office,
Victoria. B. 0., 4th January, 1887.
dJaW4
WANT.
■pro 2
$1.25 -of the- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1,25.
This Map has boen produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available: respecting tbe most important
district in the Province.
Tbe new Map showB the latest
surveys, the latest.roads, the line of
the 0. F. B. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
r*BLMHJ|D8Y
RAND BROS.
Beai Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VIOTORIA.
tp% OalE AT
T.R. Pearson & Go's
NEW WESTMIKSTER AND VANCOUVER.
apHtc   ".
Buins' AnmrBrsarr!
mHE ANNIVERSARY of Scotland's
I Bimlwlll he celebrated on tbeeven-
lug of -   (
January the 25th, 1887,
 ■WITH A	
GRAND BALL
" ■   -^ATTlrt-i-r:
SIIII.X,        SBBD
Hold under tho Auspices ofthe
Caledonian k Bt. Andrews' Bociety.
TICKETS {admitting Lady and Gentleman to Ball and Supper), 13. Tickets can
beoblalned from either of the, following
eommlttooj-T. MoWAT.QEO. R0HEKT8OH,
lAKJUOCII. I il.dt.51ti!
0. R. T. I
_L-
d-dcSItd
days the undersigned
will sell the balance
of his Jffcy Gopd|
at a red^4ipn;af 3p'
percent; off regular
prices, -'.fi.,-       ^
T.R.
ft' [dwilcSswfl
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STREET:,,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NOW ON HAND, A IX)T OF
Slelshs, Colters,
Buggies,
Pbsetons,
Democrat, Express
and Farm Wagons.
Also, a large stock of tUtuor, .'arrlsge,
Wagon. HM Sleigh Material,
All ol which will be sold CHEAP FOR
MID fa OURRIE.
CASH.   ;
d-deatc
ITOTIOB.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
SO days after date we Intend making
application tothe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase eu acre, of Timber Land, described
as follows:
Coromenclna at thb South East corner
otHio land^applled for byua tula dato on
tbe penli—*- •-•    .-..-....	
InMf —'
PMT UMMOND
NUR^EjPY
■■.'■ • " ji.
— r '1""
Fruit Trees,     ,    l<  f
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand in great
Variety.
Everything lirst-olius und furnished In
goodafcopo,
dWMleltto
%rOm Housii
G.W.HENBV,
Fort Hammond, B. 0.
ink Cii
THE COMMITTEE  HAVE ARRANa-
ed that the meoting to bo held on the
8th Day or February, 1887,
Shall be attended by tho Members in
FANM DRESS COSTUME.
All Lady Members are requested tb take
noteofsaiuo,
E. M. N. WOODS,
d-de21-mi Soorotary.
B. SrCDHTIS i CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
Kew WcstmlDRter, B. C.
mhlOto ■
WALSH'S
TAILORING
EMPORIUM
*    i   ■ .   ■ I ,'■'. '■     -If
Columliia St., Kew Weitminiter.
HAVINO JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
.    Full and Winter Stock, w. Invito lu
speotton of the finest selection of
Eaallak, Scotch, Senaaa, French,
aad American
SUITINGSI^ft
Ever shown ln New Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT and artistic style wo defy
competition.     ' ,-.-,'
dnoSOtc THOS. WALSH.
TAMES
,     IMPORTER
New Westminster, B. C.
peplmwla. betwecu J^uihborough:
rtwOwmpra Arm^malpland of
sh Colnmbia; thence East 40 chains,
muinii uwnuuvwi iiioiivo omu  -» uintiuai
South 80 chalua, Weat DO chains, North SO
chains, Eust 16 chains, to polntof commencement.
New Westmln«ter,B. C. Doc. 32,1880.
'  ROYALUITY PLANINO MILlfl CO.
, (Limited).
.- d-d.23m2     Joita Kbndky, Manager.
I  -NOTIOE.
, t LL WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE
A undenlgned by Store Bill or steamer
Sladya art reapeotfully requeated to settle
promptly, and; any penon having any
aooountugalnat me will please present ft
(or payment, a. I muat luilnnoe my books
to tno ond of the year.
'  WM. a TOWNSEND.
All noconnts unsettled OII the l»lh January will be placed In a solicitor's hands
forcollectlon, ,    dKleSHd
Pifthp for Sale.
'I N UPRI01IT 7-OOTAVE BOHD PIA-
A  NO, In Hrstclass order; has been In
usi. only a short, timo. For wrUcular.
apply nf T.R. Pearson's Book Store.
d|ailw8
ASplohdiJStock.
Agricultural Implements
PAINTS, OILS.
Glassware, Lamps,
CHANDELIERS,
Wall Papers, Patent
Chimney Pipe,
STOVES AND TINWARE
An Immense .A^sprtmqnt,
..* • i   .
Iron Pipe, Brass Cocks
And all'sorts of- Fittings. : •
«"^-
SAB
HAS RECEIVED  A VERV FINE  STOCK  OF
I *4t*OSSWIT,K0.'oF	
Millinery, Dress Coods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.,
I Tlie.Millinery is the finest and largest Stock.on the Mainland. No
need to go'*6 Viotoria'. :--isti .:
".," DRESS GOODS in the new materials and shades for tbe season.
We call attention, to the famous SEA SERGE, "hioh we
fiaye at tarious prioes—37Jo., 50o., 62Jo. and 76o.; cannot, be spoiled by
rain and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL. C010E.! V!;,,',,;",,' !
The GENTS' DEPARTMENT iss-m suppUed'witli *f|e8, BrB-
068, SKIrtS, SOClCS, &C, and a new and fashionable stook of
Men's Hats, Ac.
dwoo25tc ,       B&AJBT.A.GI'SXL
-AT—
w.
• rtn^i-
Furniture,   Mattresses,  Lounges, Crockery,
lamp?; filasswaife, Etc., Re: ;" ;;
-WHICH WIU BE SOU) AT-
Bottom Prices for the next 30 Days
TO HAKE «p FOS LARCE G1IIIHMENTS FROM TNE EAST.
-WSS ASSORTMENT OF-
CHILDREN'S CHAIRS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Columbia St., near Union Hotel, New Westminster.
<"   dw-del8ml
THE UNDESIGNED has -
kfl331 |IW.' Yii":Vi '.__. >.__t__ i\ t___\
|S3|
 rTQ BE SQW)-^^' tit's i  '■'{'.sl.i illHia ilii
At Cost and Below!
,,    FOR THE,NEXT mNETY DAYS.
■ '■•'' '■' '\i\  ii'1    ■'   p "■      3?  i
Gum Boots, $6.n0, sold for K».00.    ,J0|
Equall*/low pricci on all othe> Rubber Goods.   Theie Qoodi an all American
-   rmanufacture, .     i VVWlVfliiO   FV r-
Meit's Boots, $4.80, sfell for 83.50.
Ladles' French Kids. $6, sell for #4,50
Theae Good, mint be disposal of during the ne«t 3 months.   B
thing in my lino oall early and get your ohoice; and yon will make b
Ua.Mortm*x.t Suokoldn. Orletraa.
JAS. ROU6SEAU.
oarx.i
duoltraa
'/A ^tL'-SEtECTEb 'fjTfflJK
Alwaya on Hand.
Juat Rooelreil, a Choto Selection ot I'
Obina Ware i Platod Qoods
For Holiday Trade, which matt he '
.    aoid before tht Ntw Year. .•
tm The Public invited to coins ih and
Inapect iny etook, and make tlieir purchases. dW-del7nil'
NKW WESTMINSTER
Fire Department*
ELECTION
Chief and Assistant Engineers.
puBiic MoiioE is hbbebV diVHK1
E to Uie Kltelors of th. Mnnlo|p.llty
oltbe City orwew Weatmlnater thai Ire-
qul|e the presence of the aaid Eleetors at
rCourt Home.
let, .In the
>al.l Clly of N.w Wo«oilDM»r, on MON-
UA V llio TENTH (Uy of 3\-r6'\Ttfhm,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing a Chief nnd Assistant Rnslneera of the
Kew Westminster Flr. Department.,
- The mode of nomination of candidates
shall baa* follow..- ' .      ■■ ,'\ ,■
o voters of the municipality „_
. and leoonder. and be delivered to
ihe Returning Officer at anytime between'
tie date of the notioe and a o'clock p.m.
if the day of nomlnatlon.andln the event
)f a Poll being m
 . _ __„.„ iiuoh Poll will be
opened   on   THURSDAY, the   THIRTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY, from 10
la hereby required to take: notloo and
govern himself accordingly,   .      ,,»,,,
Olven under my band at the City of
New Westmlnttor, tho thirtieth day of
Decern ber, 1R86.
'!• JAS. A. 110BDIHQN,
djnatd Detarnlngonoar.
IL ACCOUNTS DUE THE UNDER-
we oan balance onr hooka.
nOYAI, CITY PI/ANWO UllAM CO,
JOHN HEND^rA"^'.
NewWe.tmln>ter>T«c,2Mh,m   tt-atm
NOTICE.
Hew
8reaches
[oueeln
day or
fortht(—.r „. 	
utaentthemlnUi. MunlclDal Council i
tfayor and Oouncillort lorthaytaMHI.
, The mode of nomination .of. candidal*,
.ball be a.follow.:
The ouidldatm .hall b. nominated In
writing: Th. writing ah.ll be anburlbed
by l»o voler. of lb. mnnlelpellly a. p
pour and .nond*rtand ahall be dellvei
lolboBetDitjaWMMraianr —
Iween thc itt.lt ttt, aatlw uh
tbe day of nomination, and In the .venl
of a Holl belntamMM. web poll ariUbt
opened on TmTTWDAY. Ino THIRTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY, IWI, from
10 a,m. to i p.«.» at tht following planet
'atreet, In the.Glty of M.w weatmlnater;
, In Ralnt Qeolfe'e Ward,'at the Council
111   Obamben, XtriMIMraT Hall, ln;th.
,,.; saldcltyj ■•.'■.•■.
And In Saint Patrlok'. Ward, at th.ra-
vltlton oh Albert Cresoent Gardens, tn
tbetaUlolty.    . ' .. *.i
Of which every person I. hereby re-
qulred t« tak. nolle and gorern himself
accordingly,
OlrenuBdern
JAB. A. ROBINSON,
Returning Offloer.
djaatd
_l_
Brown Leghorns.
,nEF. THOrtOOQHSBF.b BROWN
Iieghorn Cock, for nlc. Theae an
tine young bird., and th.y.n offered at
very, low prices. Apply at thu offloe,
T»S
AS CHAHBERUAID IN  A HOTjeh
Apply at the Telwraph Hotel.
''i[  f(t;ifif»ii!'i"li' :if/iii"f'> rilifiE
OolumblaStreet,       '
HAS JUST RECEIVED from th.    '
! EattbyG. P. K,    '      I ,i:   ■■■..... _', |
iUTTBfR.'OATilEAli, »'
flUOKWHEAT riiOVfi;'™ 10      ;
'   lb bags,      , ,,,  ' ,   ,,■:,.
PUNOHSEN bright MOLASSES   '
. RA1SJNS, ln Valenoia and.    . /., '
layers.	
: BDDy*8,lir^irdiflia.'.':',,';,.: '.'.',:l ;"■■
. SMOKED HEBBINGSi,
'ALOTof OHO10E CANDIES'
and other goedt.       .
gyAko in stook, a first-class lot of
GROOERJES which will be sold
'   for'cash.       del8d  ' ' ; ',
■noiAi.
INDWOEMINTS
I    7 FOK-roiK-.—
HOLIDAYS
mt.. u dm.
BUYING FKOM THE MANUTAC-
tarert for cub, I am la a. posltioii
to Mil at bottom price., My Goods at*
marked In plain figure, and the price,
hart not been put up to meet the dl..
count taken off. Call and am price, he-
for. purchasing elsewhere.
tr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry madt to order,
r    F.CKAKE,     '„
• '     <■-.      ■..,,   WATCHMAKEBk
Opposite ih» Bake.  , '    dw-deisto  ;
DRIUE AIMPMMIH
.■il ,-. ■:'  :■   .i";li ni :.-„:.:,■.-. ba
DryGoods
,i _-.ind—      .'■ ii;.    ti,
GROCERIES
11 f     ■  ', n '       ■'!■■ if) Ismu'si i D.'nl oi
tfeST KKCEIVED ISf DBY GOODS,
A'^w'STpcK:.:;;;;:
In all .hide, aad raattrial of  DRIfW
GOODS, Including Cuhmtret, Mertaor,
SUkt, Sattat, Black aad Colored Vtlrt.   in
tttst and PMthi*. OOTTONSfbltaohid til
and   nablwthid).'   UNDTOS,   BUT-
TONS, HOLLANDS, to.   Grty.Whitt,
Scarlet tnd Checked FLAKKKLS.   LA-  I
DIES GLOVES, In Cotton; Wool, 811k
and KM,   Ladiet  Htrlno  and Lainb    ;
Wool Veita.    JERSEYS,  all   pricei.     ''
Hoaitry, Hnellat, Diiptr Irish Linen,
Brllllanti, to., to,
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Rtyta, 111 tad Priot, •■' 1'
can't bt touched. «      i! iu   in:    n    ,, ■.,.-,
MEN'S FURNISHINBS
In trtry, Line.    Cottoa,  Merino aad .
Wool Underwear, White Shirlt, Cofft,.   ..
Collar., Glorea, Bracee, Cardigaa Jack-
fta, to,  Alto, Cottoa, M.rlno, Oath-
aiere, Ltmbt Wool tad Knit SQCKS, It.
great »trtaty.,.;;,.,,   ...   „,.,  ...'■,    , ,.'
Ah», HATS and CAPS, Udlt.'.»0> ,,
GenU'   RUBBEB GOODS  and VMi   _,
BREUAs,,.,,,,, ,.,,..„ :■„;, ;
Iii House Furnishtfls Goods
Carprt., Rag,,   window Polta' wllbiU I '
Rlngt aad Mounting., Window rtollaa*
(Buff, Grwn and Strrftd), 1 Damask aad!   ;
Orttonnw, SheeUngt,   Towel*,   Wh*.     i
Clotuittr|aaH^ BltacM aad UaHtatMd   i
Table Llatat, Nahklat, TlAlng., Mtnk-
eU tnd Aretlo-down Quit., Tahlt Clothe   • i
and CoVifi.
IK GROCERIES
JSvorythlng found ln a AraMI
llahm.nt, ud hont but th. bait. .    .
Ooodt, FruiU, Mtatt aad V^ttabln,
■4ml*«ttCkM»«*«lb I ant bay
IketBHkMf tkUMb*. I Mkr ymlk.
bwtaa4althttiwt.litto. tMyeutn
MM at. aad y.a gel wttm wt rcjiwwuk
dnoMc    '■oUnt»ii ■ene
ssss
m
Comhoss Election.- We are authored to-at*"t» that Mr, JJenald Chisholm
rotftaUan ■»•<.*■**•>.'    jl Ss in the field aa a candidate for the
ITnfiiSlTlWT\   IM1" ** **•»*"»' Common* rem
'JU. £?J?.!i.J iiAl'l'derSd   vacant by the death of onr
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoc2Bto
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
^'gFIfMSBID
■very
Iiimn Muumt Iranninv am nmriM Ot.
At tb. Company's Steam Prlntln
tabltshment, Columbia Bt.
Delivered in the City dally.. .250. per week
Mailed dally, on. year ................tlO.00
Mailed dally, all montha  MO
aivntiiiajiin37mi tui. p*HfiUJO..
Traasleat Advert Isemealfc-Firstlnser-
tlon, 10 oU. per line solid nonpareil: eaoh
aubsequentoonaeoutlvolnaertlon,2ota.per
line. Advertlaemente not Inaerted every
day, loot*, per line eaoh Inaertlon.
ttaadlat A4Veril.en.at..- Begular
B.ft| I col. Iti If inaerted ft* less (Baa I
moa, 10 per cent, will be added.
laselai IMIee. among reading matter,
90 ot.. per lln. erch Inaertlon. Soeolela
calling attention .o advertisements, lOcts.
perllne.
Births, Marriage, and Denth.,11 for eaoh
Inaertlon! Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 80 ot*. eath Insertion.'  '      '
AaellM tales, when displayed, oharged
SB per cent leaa than tranalent advta, If
tolld, charged at regular tranalent ratea
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
leaned every Wedaeirfay N.ralng*
Delivered ln the City, per year....*. ._,
Mailed, peryear. u.s.u^fkJt.s.'itn iv
MalM;fmonlbt..^^..^.,.M.'....l;.EB'
win* ttmroiM uru.
l,Vcits
Muullai Adre_rtUe.sou.-For 1 Inch,
•1.90 per month: line. 13 por m.i Sine. H.to
Rr m.; 1 ool. 113.75 per m. If Inaerted for
* than | moa. 10 per cent, will be added,
to theae ratea. |WTJ
Bpecial notice, among reading inatter,
ots. per line each Inaertlon.
Cat. muat be all metal,and forlanuouts
•n eitra rale will he PJuimd.   Ho advu
Inaerted ln .Ither luiwWleis than 11.
(Jtolttmbian
Thr Latist RaruaKS.—A despatch
from Toronto, dated, 30th December,
atyt there1 are 'atill five constituencies
in doubt The Gto6e claims 60 liberals
and SO conservatives. The ifail hat
changed its figures somewhat, allowing
that the result will in all probability
be SO government, 31 opposition and 1.
indthendent, with farry Sound and
Weil Kent still open. The Nevis'
count it: liberal* 66, conservatives 33.
labor 1,   Tha World agrees with) the,
-X
Tkant*y Evealag, Jaaaary a, IMI.
The Adelaide went, 1
thit morning,
Hr. Sexmith shipped a carload of
oata to KemtoptyeatBday.  ,
Work will bo commenced ori Ras
works at Vancouver in about ten days.
The YorjqV Club ..meats again on
Tuesday-evening thtI llth inst, at 8
o'clook.
A company it about to be formed to
establish.,beef-canning establishment
at Kamloops.
We learn that Mr. John Held, ofi
tht Pacific carriage work., will be a
oandidate for 'tna oity counoil thit
year. ... . |fi    ,,   ...      :
Twelve toniof'jjpaneae tea that
reaohed Chicago via Port Moody, have
been tatted at the former' place, being
adulterated.
Don't forgtt thtt Jai. Ellard ot Oo.
art tgentt for MoOoH'. New Vork
Baser Papa JFf>ttor^.iA,falltl)fn.
always on hand. d-jt3te
The remnini of Hn. Cochrane who
died at Western; bland . on Tuesday
latt wew'broughl In a row boat to1 the
oity to-day for interment
Tha teventh ibip engaged in the
China and Japan direct tea trade, left
Yokohama onNw.iWthandiedueat
Vanoouver early t
Tha governor-general of Canada
hu wisely declined the offer of a position in toe British Tory government
Lord Untdowne't head it level.     '«■:■■
Tht by-lawt to. tttablith a market
*n4 * Ptbiia libiary wer*(vot«d
ViotoriT^JMS7*d bath ar.
fatted by considerable majorities.
The manager, of the Royal Columbian Hospital beg to acknowledge with
thanka tlia receipt of M0.56, being
proceeds of collection in tie Methodist
ohuroh.
roteNh^Ml'wnf fffentnori
insane, will be removed from Ntw
Weetntuttter "to Btauport atyltun,
near Quants, foemifall:. 1st, loiijii mi.
Th.ro wat a good attendance at the,
union meeting in the Baptist church
latt niiht, and earnest addresses were
delivered by Rev. 0. Watson and Hr.
W.RAuiflnv ;:,i':'   ■■T?:.w~
Ia addition to our new ttook of eprtog
geodt ws, inm, mnad « iu»oW ol
Ditgoaala, Watt ot England Broadoloth.
aad French CHstmara. — Wauh's
TuuMaHiManriiM mir.
During tht past H hoor§ lb. W^j
rtading of tht ihtrmomtttr haa been
40 above sero. It has been standing
at about 48 to 47 to-day. there it
neither ioe, tngw nor any aigu of winter vitiblt anywhere.
poor nWmST thi' Wh,Itm
ttandt tttablit|)ed by ladiea of a ohuroh
in Ntw York, at tht Brooklyn bridge
and ferriet in that city.
Among those who heard Henry
Ward Beoohtr preach hit morning sor-
i mon in PreejiVjn, N.Y., on a reoent
Sunday, were about twenty Sioux and
Cheyenne Indians. Tht majority of
them went to sleep before the sermon
wat finished.    .
It will be seen'from'a despatch that
the originator of tht Marquis of
Quetntbury rule* hasbeen.'antah) *.«
fight hit wife to a finish without hav-
domestic oirole.
Hon. Eugene CanAetd, of Whatoom,
president of tht Bellingham Bar. Rail-'
way and Navigation Co., wu in the
oity the first of the week. Ht assured
ut that the connection between Seattle
and the International boundary line
would U built e*iy the present y.
—Ofympia Partitas,
The following appauifl,- t
couver Aetta with the Inquiry "what
is itl" "Hr. Geo™* Hilden, who
left Cornwall for British Oolumbia
i been appointed
(year.
Tht light »rMm an'.r*ctrio liirilp-
towfr in Davenport, Iowa, fall* full
upon a lower gardea-about oji. hundred feet away, and during tha lut
tnmmttithe owner huobaarvad that
fWmWaSmWjBt
md that morning gloriee havt unelotttV
their blouomt u soon at tht electric
light fill on them.
la caused
Worst En         .    ..
moving tht oause.   Give It a trial and
Newt.
Tbi 8>Aiiiirr Woiuh.-The names
of the scarlet women arrested lut
week were called again to-day in the
police oourt, but no charge wu i preferred against them and the case still
stasds u it did at the beginning. The
women have been arrested arid ire out
on bail, Their cawa have been referred to in the rtolioe court bn two
occa.ioni, but no charge hts been
made there tgaintt them. Thii lookt
altogether too much like coquetting
with a serious matter, and it does not
promote reaped for either law or morality. The eawe were adjourned till
to-morrow.
;iHlxoN Cbbbk.—Letters received
from Quesnelle under date of 23d December convey the intelligence that
Ihe mine at Hixon Cretk haa proved-
to be oat of/gnat.rfohnestt and large
extent. The latest news was that at a
depth of 161 feet the shift con tinned
to run in a solid body of quarts.
There wu little' free gold, but great
quantities ol gold-bearing sulphurets.
yrjsin assays made of aeveral qualities
of ore good returns were teoured. A
pioked pie^e .bowed over 9170; aver
age pieces 171.20 and 976.20; a piece
of greenish, clayey looking rock taken
from between the vein proper and the
hanging wall brought $30,80. The
intention it to deepen tho ahaft to 2001
feet before orou-oatting or drifting.
Parties intereited in the ledge are confident that thty have a mtgnifietht
property.—Colonist..
. ♦ .,	
Ultras': Mxsnaos.— To-night the
un'on meeting will be .'held in the
Methodist churoh. Subjeot, Prayer
for Fanriliea and Sohoolt. Aotdnstet.
will he delivered by Bev. B, Jamieson
tnd Rev.-thot. Haddon. To-morrow
night the lut meeting of the series
will be held in the Presbyterian
church. Subject, Prayer for Miuiont
—Thtt the Church of Ohrltt may reo-
ogniu tho glory of the commission to
"pnaoh tha gospel to every oreature,"
and may feellt a privilege to make
saorincea tbat it may be fulfilled; that
far greater teal for the divine glory
and far more pity for the perishing
may be imparted by the Holy. Ghost
to all the people of God; that faithful
laborers maybe greatly multiplied,
and thtt ill oon vert, m.y be comforted, upheld, guided and made useful;
thtt tha heard of the unconverted may
ht opined to receive the truth; thtt
that Christian missionaries tniy ba
favorably received by heathen ruler,
tnd peoples; and thtt nativt Ohriatians
among tha heathen may be kept steadfast and madt ualout in Seeking the
salvation of their countrymen; that
God't anoittit people, Israel, may
acknowledge Christ as the Messiah;
thtt the time may come when, according to propheoy, the spirit shall
Ve " poured out Uk* floods, upon the
i-&Ml''iW"ithei desert;thai
rejoicq tnd Hotkom tt tite; rote.!'—
Acta?., ^4jfia?il(v.ri'-8|iHitt
it,, 36-38; Rom. ' ii., 25-36; Ita.
xxxv.; Eeolei. xi.; Ita. xlU., 1-16;
Aott x., 34-48. Tbe meeting will be,
addressed by Rev. R. Lennie and a
layman,
MTMOTOTtS
if f estmiiiBter District,
GENTLGHBK.-As a successor to your
late representative In the Oommona will
soon'hav. to be 'elected, I hereby announce myself a oandidate for the position.
I; purpose publishing an address ln
whieh I will tiv. my views on the most
Important queatlona afleoUnjr your lnter-
eata, and will vl.lt the different aettle-
menta and addreaa the eleotors before
election day.       ,   ,
In Politics, I am ani wUl bt thokovob-
I.Y IMDiniTXIKHT. rn
-       Yours respectfully,
■ dwooJSto T. J. TRAPP.
Entertainment.
The entertainment given in the Reformed Episcopal ohuroh laat evening
wu well attended aud passed off very
pletstntly. The fint part of tht programme, composed at follows, wss
rendered very nioely In each cau:
Chorus....Mrs. McPhaden, the Misses
Harrison, Mathers and
Wise,    and    Mr,    Price
Instrumental solo.'.... Miss Major
Reading Mr Ferris
Song' ....Mr. Price
Song Miss Mathers
last. duet,Mrs McPhaden,Mr Stramberg
Song. Mies Davidson
Recitation  ...Mr. Figg
Song Mrs MoPhaden
Tlie second part uf the programme
consisted of magio lantern views given
by Mr. Figg, aud this wu the most
lively and interesting part of the entertainment The viewt were chiefly
illustrative of scripture characters and
historical worka and placet, Rey, Mn
Haddon giving a abort explanation of
each tor the benefit of lhe ohildren
present, this part nl the programme
wu varied with singing by the choir,
who added muoh to the evening's, enjoyment. The receipts at the door
amounted to over |80.
Mrs. X. H. Perkins, Creek Centre,
Warm Co. N. Y„ writes: She hu
been troubled with asthma for four yean,
Eoleotrlo Oil, and U ptrtectly cured.
Sl)e strongly recommends it, and wishes
to aot ti agent among her neighbors.
Nanaimo Election.
Complete returns from the local
election tot- Nanaimo distriot have
been received, ind Mr. Geo. Thorn-
'tort it elected fay 827 majority. The
-vote stood: Thontwn, ;SS5; MoKensle, 108; Lewis, 80. ' Hr. Thomson
ran at the general eleotion as an
independent oandidate, and it it
quite undentood now that h* will tup-
port the present govornment .'
., > e,
The Injunctions Dissolved.
•»<*»**"<rt  .mlBftWtas'W
A telegram wu received to-day by
Hr. McColl (Corbould & McColl) from
Viotoria stating that the injunctions
against the O.P.R. had -all bun dit-
tolved. The matter oame before Chief
Justice Sir H. B. Begbie, who doubtless took tho view that the judgment
of the supreme conrt of Canada really
disposed of tht oue, andoonflrmed
tint judgment Tht injunctions having been removed, it will now be in
order for the oompany to proceed with
itt application before Mr. Justice Gray
to bt put in_poieeition of the enjoined
property. If thii application is favorably considered, of which therei.no
daubt the oompany will at one* go on
with the' completion of tht, extetuion
from Port Moody to Vanoou***, and
the long-continued delay will probably
beap an and.
_________*__,. i
Sir Donald A. Smith, being ques-
tiontd jnMtftjior. with hit Candida.
Jure for Winnipeg, laid ha cannot
.nlmsrt jalfora In tht practicability
of tht Hudtoh't Bay route, but that
tht Canadian Pacific Railway Company ia not opptted to it, and would
rejoice to se* it succeed. Assurances
have .bun given in writing to Mr.
Hugh Suthtrland that" the oompany
will not oSsr factious opposition to the
theerprlse. Hr. Hugh. Sutherland, in
a recent interview, saya that th. oon-
tractors furnished the preliminary
funds for work on the road, but that
«n the completion of 40 mile* English
capitalists reimbursed them, and further payraentewiUba fhadi on mon
Street Improvements.
The condition of some parts of our
principal streets is such u to render
them almott unfit for traffic, and
points tothe necessity of the city undertaking at once some good system
of strut improvements. Traffio is
constantly increasing, and it must be
apparent to everyone that something
man substantial than tha old methods
will have to be adopted. Since the'
commencement of the wet seuon mat-
ton have been growing worse, lill now
Columbia street nesr the railway station is little better than a quagmire.
To remedy thit condition of Ihingt
and make the butiness street, what
they require to be at all teasons tt the
year will necenitate the expenditure
of oontiderable monty at fint, but the
work one* well done will oost very little to be kept in repair. Neither
fint-olu gnvel nor rock it convenient
to the eity, though plenty of both oan
be obtained a short distance up the
river or along the line of nilway. It
wUI be perhtps worth our citizens snd
the next counoil considering whether
it would not pty to mike tome effort
to brig good gnvtl or rock to the
oity on scows or by nil. It properly
mtntgtd the coat of doing thi. ihould
not bt very gnit or out of proportion
to tht benefitt to bt received. A. an
evidence of the cheapness of
substantial street work in the long run
it ie only necessary to look at that part
of Columbit ttreet between lhe post-
office and Begbie street. The work of
gravelling that part of the street wu
ttuken three yeere ago, and a
job madt of it. It hu aot linoe
ten dollan for nnain, and i. tl-
dry. It is to be hoped the next
council will be composed of mon who
recognise the necessity ol improving
our street* and who will hive the puih
and determination to carry out the
work.' .; ■.',■■   ■ i
Hollbway't Corn Cure destroy, all
kind* of com. ud warts, roots and
branch. Who then would endure them
with such a cheap and effectual remedy
within reaoh?
two men going to a trap. One of them
lifted the trap, the other took a package
from his pocket and applied a match to
it and lowered it Into the cable road.
The men then secreted themselves. The
explosion followed. Witness saw cables
and machinery flying In all directions,
Many of the awakened women and children were so terrified that they went to
the homes of friends to spend the night,
fearful if they should remain in their
homes another explosion might occur
and shatter their homes. Chief of Fo.
lice Crowley, who was aeen this morning,
stated that detectives had been sent but
to work up the cue, but they had not as
yet obtained any due to the perpetrators. The ohler has placed a detail of a
dosen police in the vicinity of tho explosion, " The roads must be protected," he said, " and I will give them all
the men I can snare." No further trouble occurred today, and the roads are
are all running u usual.
§1
,*• JPAM.'*, chubch. Se'rvlceVeV
ery Sunday at 11 k. m. and 7 r. M. In
Church, St. John street, below Boral
avenue. Seats free, all an' cordially Ini
vlted.
Sunday School tt MO r. sj.
(teste)
Thk Face warns Yxllowish hoe,
pimples appear upon It, sick headachea,
vertigo, morning nauaea, oud pains in
baok, side and shoulder blade, are experienced when bile enters the system and
poisons the bloods. Expel It from the
circulation, and direct it into its natural
channel, the bowels, with Northrop *
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery snd Great
Blood Purifier, which ha* widely superseded mineral drugs having a dangerous
reaction.. Indigestion, Conatipation, lm.
purity of the Blood, and Kidney Complaints are entirely overcome hy its use.
Richmond Council.
Council met Saturday, Jan. 1:1887.
All the memben present. The board
of works reported the following contracts completed, and recommended
■payments to be mado for thesame;
namely: W. J. Seratehley, for floodgate, flume, and ditch at nortii end of
road No. lj D. Woodward, for removing remains bf dead man buried on
Hick's island ■■ in August lut, to tho
publio cemetery, New Westminster;
Viotor's contraot for brushing out
road on Sea Island.
The board of works further reported
Steves & Paine'a contract on road No.
0 not oompleted, the work not having
been done according to specification,
and recommended that their contraot
be cancelled. Reports adopted, and
the clerk instructed to notify Messrs.
Steves & Paino that their contract is
cancelled.
The following bills were ordered
\f BTHODIST CHURCH,   Mary tiv
E-H-\SBU-t"m
threat
Jenjffe,Past»r7"Eora5;Sly service, at u
&.?• Sl"i 7 t-.1l: BObbatu sehool and
Bible Class at 2:30 p. ra. All seats free:
strangers cordially welcomed.   d-de2llo
HreejL
i't Doy
sabbatl
HMO* LODOa Be. I, A. F.
* A. II... The regular Com-
munlcaUons.df this Lodge are
. . held on) leant Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren ore oordla.-
ly Invited toattend
PETER QUANT,
Secretary.
ras—nr—nasEEStB
feSS-to
House Wanted.
WANTED A' SMALL HODSK, for a
—_, man .and wife, without ohildren.
Apply nt this Offlce. d-deZ>tc
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 BO TO—
A. DIESEL'S
FRONT BTREET, Opp. C. P. N. WHABr,
dseS-te
BED ROCK
BIOBS
iliVi
lot
wmm
-IN-
Winter Dry
rAND^	
paid: W. Nicoll, $1.50; T. J. Trapp,
l»! W. J. Soratohley, |lia70j British Columbian, 87.36; Pearson & Co.
91.75; D. Woodward, $25; 0. D.
Sweet, 1263.50; Victor Matsan; 130.
Counoil adjourned nine die. [
Wholesale our Market.
Geese,
Buck.
NOTICE W HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an application will be made tothe
Parliament of Canada at Its next session
for an Act to Incorporate a Company to
build, maintain and operate a line of
Railway from some convenient point in
or near the City or New Wettmlnster to
some convenient point on or near the
48th parallel of North latitude, between
Semiahmoo Bayand TownshipW, in the
S?&&.I'"tm'',''*t-&i«*'»'''
NewWe.tmi«tervffiN™mt»r,m
il-ile.ma Solicitor for Applicants.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAM IB FIBHIB, Proprietor.
MONIJMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TATraft?SffigLlf^DB-
Peraona living at a distance, by sending
a description of what they wish, oan have
designs, prices, eto., famished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Pacific Coast, and at reasonable
rates, N, B,—No agent, employed.
fiordon Btreet, Victoria, B. 0.
Opp. St Andrew'. Presbyterian Church
1 mbicte
Chickens, per pair,...,
Turkeys, per lb............ „ „
Cordwood (retail) per oord 3 SOi
The confetlerailon Lire.
1 he annqal report of this solidly prosperous Csnsdisn institution will bt found
fn mother column.. The facts revealed
in the accounts and tha Director.' report
luittfy th* ecomiume whioh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thank, to the resolute
manner in wbloh tht Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
method, of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to the
. . . monthly
estimates approved by the English
This Afternoon's Dsspatches.
rwa lnHK*H.
Kaw Yeu, Jan. I).-At a masting of
the directors of the academy of muaic
yesterday It was decided to sell the
building at auction ss soon as th. detail,
can be trrtngtd.
. Jcbiik, Jan. O.—The Exprttt publishes the statement that Parnell Intend,
to mov. a ensure In the oommont ou the
government ,<r Its conduct toward, th.
Woodford tenants who were yesterday
■eatonoed to long term, of impritonmont
for routing evlctiona on tho Clamrloildt
estates.        \
EontDaon, Jan. 6.—The Marohiouea.
ctQaetnibtrryhat instituted enaction
for divorce uaintt her butband, the
Mareuii of Queeneberry. Th. aotion
will m tried here and will begin nest
week,   ',
Yookostowii, Ohio. Jan. 0—A natural
Su.iplo.loo at i t'oloch this morning
ettroysd ths ntw Andrew's block tnd
four other buildings. Thos. Brannlgsn
aged IS yean wat cremated. Several
' others are reported mining. Tht Baptist church it also in ruins. Tht lot* will
be over oat hundred thontand dollars,
. Sax Fauoisco, Jan, A.—At a late
hohr last night mldeata In th. vioinity
of 9th Harrison sts, wsri stsrtltd by a
terrifiotiplotlon. Most of them bad
retired and boing awakened from their
■letp ran ent Into the ttmtt in tk.tr
night olothti, Tht first Impression wss
that an earthquake hsd shaken down
building.. Iavertlgttlon dawloMd the
faot that a dynamite cartridge had been
placed in a otblt slot on the Uirkln .1.
bruch of the Salter it, nilway and had
exploded, Bocks on either slds of the
street wtrs found te be loosened and tht
masonry badly shattered, Pulleys upon
.Which the oablt runt were .unbroken
and th. foundation of the tunnel cracked.
Window puss in tht vioinity win rattled violently at the time of the explo.
don ud In muy cam ehattered. Ina
saloon two Mock, away a lighted lamp
wm thrown to the floor and nearly
oaused a conflagration. The Iron
plates of the mm holes of tht
track were found 300 feat away,
to which distends they were hnrltd, A
lady living In th. neighborhood taid a
f.w minutes before the explosion she saw
„    Ml.. _ _;__.. __ __
total income the very small ratio of. between 17 ud 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of theflnucesof
the Company is the faot that the interest
income is sufficient to pay tho death
claims—whioh in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life ie something to be
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities are
tot forth in minute detail, ud th, tablet
ahow that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies ud providing for
every debt, there fs s surplus ef $282,199
orer llsbllities ud capital combined.
The increase in the assets In the lut year
was 1200,390, So much for what ou be
done by rigid idherenoe to whit the
President defined as the true polioy of
the Compsny, vis:—"To keep Ita balance
iheet right ud avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for tbe
take merely of Increasing new easiness,"
—Toronto Globe. T. R, Pearson k Co.
are agents for this company in British
Colnsibia. ml9to
 *-*■-*-	
Warn BaoxM Mojuhuhts. -White
Bronse la a comparatively new tnbatuc,
tnd hu oome into largt uw, rapidly, for
tpeol.l purposes in this country. It hu
been found to bo so well adapted for statuary ud monument., that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Drs
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomu, Canada,
who are making monument! ef all kinds
and stylee. From experiments made by
theae companies, it has bean found that
the material will stud exposure for an
Indefinite period—it is practically ind.-
ttruotlble. White Bronse being non-
corrosive ud unchugeable, It is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platiuom,
ud superior to copper or utique bronse,
whioh throw, off a verdigris. The monument, are cast from refined slue, and are
givu their eparkllng appearance by the
aud blast, sand being blown .gainst ths
work undsr a high pressure of stesm,
whioh cuts the aurftce, but doe. not td<
hen to it. A thin film of oxide whioh
formt on thia bronse is indiatrnotlble by
the elements; it cannot ba dissolved by
water, ud air oannot penetrate it, although the film la so thin u to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it Is stormed,
ou take place —Boston Journal qf Comment. Chas. J. Robsou, Mew Westminster, is agent for the White Bronte
Monument, in British Oolumbia. Muoh
cheaper and more dunbl. than ny
Other myotc
THE INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Create or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured,
TRY IT.   PRICE, 500.
B. C. STATWNtlY t\ PRINTING CO.
New Westminster, Vancouver ft Victoria
AFTER THE HOLIDAYS.
D. Drysdale & Oo.
dwde28to
Largest Dry Goods, Clo*
nishirig House on
the Mainland.     3
Rural Canadian*
AKD THI
CANADA   PRE8BVTERIAN.
12 FN UTH >AKN HI INT.
Thi. Rtmarkabtc Offer latoodtooLnas
well oa saw Subscribers.
Thi Omasa FuaamnuAH is
he i'"   '
Oui
—        of pu
ft.i departments will be hetterthanevef
{irons-
uonai paper In ouada," la now tn lis
 . , „
sixtkbmth year of publication, and
Ito departments will &■——-—-■
during the coming year.
Th* Rural Cakaeiak, about to enter
on It. tihtb yiab, Is styled the "Agricultural authority of the Dominion?' Is a
lane M pp. paper, with department, to
■ult the varied taste, and interests tobe
found in every home. ,
■■aeerlbt rw aotk rater. a.w •■«
tares).*
Address i
0. BLACKETT EOBIN80N,
d-deTadlib        5 Jordan Btreet, Toronto.
oo&vir«A
"JfcTe*w  "T^restraliajBtox,
i ' dwjattc
B.  O.
Discount of 10 per gent.
ON ALL CASH PtJRCHASES FROM THE i sth
TO THE 31ST OF THIS MONTH.:'
ioo Life
ASSOCIATION.
MR. ZED. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER.
CESSPOOLS AMD YARDS CLEANED,
and Chimney, swept,
anoltto
BOY8 WANTED.
one* to Mil the
ApylyntThlROAIitp,
ally Columbian.
(Inn Nto
flauiulM cavttal	
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a homeIompany.
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to polioy holder, ft
unaurpasaed by any Company dolnt bual-
nesa In Canada,
It has no schemes of Inaurance, but the
well-established Una. hence th. polioy
holders cannot be misled tlto their con-
tracts.
„ Ib statements to the pnblic oan be readily understood, Its cash statement show-
In. every Item of Income and how expends position la ascertained annually from
VBtBtf T*1."81.10!1 ln which every Item
of liability Is Included.
.J1*. Bfos™".11". been unexampled In
the lilslory of luaurance In Canada.
We have a fine Line of Ladies' and Cents'..,   ,.  ,. .'H
4 SilTar ffatiiliB!!, DiamoBd Euis.
•     A Large Assortment of    ' .,,',;'."'
Bracelets, Bar Pins, Gem Rings, Sets, Lockets,
Neck Chains, 4c„
And almost Everything to be found in a first-class Jewelry Establishment. In SILVER PLATE WARE, KNIVES, FORlC$
and SPOONS, we are giving special bargains.
f3P Remember, we do an honest business; we do not sell '
"filled" or plated goods as solid gold or silver, but we GUARANTEE;
every article to be just what we say it is. '   ,'.
Call and examine our Bargains. '
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-deismi Colonial Block, New^Westminster, a C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
 y _ _
lis polloles'areThdisBu'tobie" after three
yean, and non-forfelUhle after two years'
existence.
Its nroflte are distributed upon an equitable oasis, The profits to one class of
policy holders are not leaacned to ilve
tamer proms, |o any other elaas, wbloh
methodanbrds superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
UkenlCoadlllM. a. le ■e.M.aeeaatl
Travel.
1. K, MaoDONALD,
Manatlni Director,
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
A|tnU, N.w WertmlatUi
lej-xmn-alternat*.
KELLY   BROS.
TITHO HAVE FOR MASY YEAR8 SUPPLIED THE WtST END WtW
vv    excellent Br*ao5 and superiorGrooiriH have just purohsMd JJr. Wffll.'.
leaa. ol ths Baktry, lately owned by F. Klmbl., on Oolambla 8tr»at, sad wid k*ta ''
th. two hotMS op*n for the aooommodatien of U» public.   Tk*y eataaje to a    '
Ooods of tht very beat description and at ths lowest fMtfslt price.  ■
,. arGood. delivered to all parts of tho atyfn* of eharfe.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing CompMl^tfl.
IMPORTERS AND DKAI.KM IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY. FANGY OOODS, MUSICAL
Nbw Westminster  Vanoouvar * Vlotsris. r7/:-/>v,iTe.::^,iJf.yj.:i -«•..' .
' A-'ti-w-'-?- >-,.>-:>-» .'.* ..Yfjgwyin.--■• J--IB.T,.- ri.-,v.- '-^.■.■vjiiiig,-.■;-.■"■.-..■:■ aant-.^itt
DESPATCHES.
rress Tclegrasas.
Dublin, Jan. 5.—Fifty-six men arrested lap) Aunt* at the timajBather
aentence? t!Wl^iwlvment ranging
from 12 to 18 months. The judge who
delivered sentence censured the inspectors of polioe and local magistrates
for allowing riotine;. He declared that
no chief secretory for Ireland, no Under-Secretary, and no inspector-general
oould be justjfiadjri guiug m orddl to ,
prevent th^olic*fromsW|stiiigfjtho
sheriff in milri»»/mictamis«*,oorryiag
on the process of law for collection of
rents due. It will be remombered that
Gen. Sir Bedvers Buller, who at the
time of those riots was in Bpocial military command of the island, had a
short time before oaused it to be
known that he would not permit the
military to be used in eviction work
without BjjttbJniAonvlnwtthat the
aaBUtancefna^nAlutaf'sJmessaiy,:
ThuwiAMw^Mm shennMne mili-1
tary upon whioh they previously relied, and with which they were usually
accompanied' iii these undertakings,
and tna landlords contend, created a
situ»tiorr**fAos*a(|jng law botiaoss and
rioting owtrnJjiaB oi   defaulting
LoNDOsaai. JHfcora •taliabury 8
uirgeiitlysyaBulatywl.oVaniusiol Unt-
downe to accept office in the cabinet.
It it reported Lord Lansdowne Ib not
willing to surrender his emoluments
in Canada, especially aa tho. revenues
from his estates aro decreasing. Another report says tliat Lord Salisbury
hai not communicated with the Marquis of Lansdmaa or any other peers
besides l^Hortjfcrook. mulGosthen
willl.ru?al|JWiioWa*.. ,
Jim Carney, the prize-fighter, was
banqueted at Bra»vJsrham to-night
and will daptif fdr rimerici ori the
Uth to fight fbr the onampionship ofthe world.
Boston, Jan. 5.—A bundle o{ bloody,
clothing was fourtdlyfiterday in Lei-.
ington and cautea much surmise.' Today farmer Brooks discovered near his
C" » the head of a moilVlftah'had
n severed from the bodyj'and Hear
it other portions of the body covered
by snow. The head was gashed and
distorted by a terrible wound. It had
evidently been chopped from the body
with a dulLaajg, About.o mile from
where thafMHu food an ana
alto founll Inlestigatdfi. discoid
in a o^JJK|lltho uattfttcd ttt
It was IM, tm deep etfts in the hip
and left leg indicated an intention of
the murderer of severing the left leg
aa he had the rightT»hitlr had been
rudely chopped off at the thigh. The
body it thought to be that of a hardworking majO    „££       x: j
PrrrsBBno, Pa., Jan. 6.—The but-
terine facteieant Bobinson & Co. in
this oity, and of Allegheny, Pa., closed
down today on account of tha State
law proiihitina fie ntanufaeiaro of
oleomsAU fAvH lAftpraaPs ire
thrown* p*j£ I ; ! ;■ ,
Oru",ljMr. *W-=Inquiry having
been made al Bidcau Hall to-day concerning the cable dispatch stating that
the Marquis of Lansdowne had been
offered atpMitien liitthe.Britieh ministry, i^fU *«s|l««4.'«iatistoh a"dispatch nad been received, antTthat his
excellency hod ropliod in effeot that he
was not prepared at ths present timo
to abruptly relinquish hu official duties
as governor-general of Canada and tlmt
he must therefore decline the proffered
position.
Silt Antonio, Jan. 5.—Victor Tordo
of Medina county diejd yesterday aged
oniltand
»sa*aral
engagements, including the battle of
Waterloo.
Six FgANqisco, Jan. 0.—To-day the
keel o$Mm .*«<» WMag
laid in the yard of the Union Iron
Works. A steamer, the foundation/of
whioh was laid yesterday, will be ono
army bill discussed (he second
of the matsur*. Herr. Biok-
ogressioniat, §&$<>& thS.   the,
jh of the aSi|pini|/pf3j|iac.;
C,404. Herr Heine, member of
the centre party, moved it be 468,400,
as in the bill, but that the term of operation bo three year, instead of seven.
Herr Koaller, conservative, moved to
restore the original draft, second article, to the effeot thtt from' April lst
the infantry be composed of 534 battalions cavalry, 405 squadron, field
artillery, 304 batteries. The motion
was rejeoted by 10 to 12. Artiole
then adopted a* amended on first reading. The third and filth articles, re-
Dealing iuah provisions of the old rail-
arasl"sat '~'/gl&'t''"iX* *^if
present biff and provldavjj forth* op- '5
eration of the lotter in' Bavaria: ahd '
Wurtemb#g, passed without altera.
tion. Hume proposed an amendment
to artiole 4, exempting" theological
students from military servioe, whioh
was rejected. Finally the committee
reaffirmed resolutions 14 to 12. The
report on the bill will be prepared on
Friday. The. debate on Hume's mo:
stiou. disclosed the'fact that the "centre
is divided, Ballesttam and Frankenstein opposing the olerioal members.
Kocller'a motion was defeated by a
combination of centralize™ and progressists. ''.
The Emperor William, in reply to
congratulations of tho Russian Kaluga
regiment, of whioh he is honorary
colonel, sent the following telegram:
"I was not disappointed ip ray expectation that the faithful Kaluga regiment would remember my entry into
the army. I received with pleasure
the good wishes expressed, I shall
preserve hiy attention to the "regiment
until the lost moment of my life."
The Official Gassefte publishes the
following from the-Emperor William
to the Orown Prince Frederick William: ''Th* army knowi how near it
haa alwaya beet in my heart. It will
be understood what feelings stir me at
thoughts of my having belonged to it
for full 80 years, and of the changes
undergone with me during that period.
"At tne time of my entry' it lay beaten
baok to the furthest confines of the
kingdom, after the severest blow
Prussia over sustained. But the soldierly spirit whith my glorjous forefathers, implanted in it remained; unbroken and soon put forth new shoots."
This waa improved in those wars of the
liboratlons-^-the noblest reraembranoe.
ofmy> youth.; Jhjs ipiritthe, army
f(reserved through honest labors and a
ong period of peace, and ita glorious
; dealt in reewt times ahow the samo
spirit-to have been upheld in full
strength and' thriven still more. I
have soon mtny changes in the outward form ot the trio,1, during the
generations passed through under my
eyes. But in my inmost heart and
feelings the army has not changed
plaoes. Honor and duty before all
else, readiness to lay down life for
them, is'the ti. which hindeall Germans closely together, and now unite.
• grandson* ana-F great-grandsons at
' 'firmly at it did their forefathers. It
greatly rejoices me to be permitted to
speak thus to the army, and to be able
to say that during these 80 years we
assuredly have belonged to one another fully and unreservedly. I thank
the army for its loyalty, and derotion
to duty. Until my last breath those
feelings of love and gratitude will remain the most vivid feelings of my.
heart."    	
ol Medina couuk oiei
iS-Wi
e nenaitn act.   >
aftfrmiSigli't totVdeplHof
linger traffic on Puget Sound.
Boston, Jan. 5.—Later report* from
Lexington are to the effect that tho
murdered man 'has been fully identified as Oeo. A. Codinan, the missing
Somerville mill man, but no clue whatever has been found to the perpetrators of the fiendish ao|.
MONTUOI
fell here all
3 inches. This ia bhe Second show this
winter, something dmost unknown
before. - — ■-■'
" "iV jib TMii t - - *i".i,ffl"T"':''n'
fire thUnUbihd tukifllht Baptilt
mia.ioOf«IJwJ^^leJ«000. It
will be rebuilt immediately and tne
school will not stop.
London, Jan. 6.—Lord Northrook
I hat decided hot to accept a position in
the cabinet. TaWliiytiitJtttB.rty Oe-
tchen rtgrettinMi#ir#Ulir«jisn.
the ministryHnf**we*^onseiTatir*
di.oont.nt and the doubtful nature of
*!mM_^Mf$flffiii i
sSMgEmfasBi
night '*JMr»Sttlona*i theatre and waa
rtotivWWto'a-rttt eathhsiam, lieing
recalled t times titer a Song anelakow-
*nd with rose*.
Lo»lKJlfr*n. 6.-Thr« petition.
lor didaration of bankruptcy were
ajari  to-day  against   tht    Monarch
•oust raoaivw ol the corporation.
Until TJesdsy nasi ttt oontern will
dabMtorat du.'on ta. Tat inat, .nd
|L. tally .ipieitd tht whol* amount
w^M have Isten provided for at laat
' ■ The Human Hair Trade.
v Thetnidein hotnaa hair it. once
mire on the increase, and artists in
human hair keep a sharp look-out for
opportunities to buy. France, the
leader of all female fashions, is natu'
rally the country where the largest'
trade ir, flbis article ?'ft "dojfa,
Whenco tht market: it tupplied with
hair of all colors has oltcn been a matter of spaoulaticn, which, however,hs*
never beon satisfactorily explained.
A Urge quantity of blaok hair comes
from China, but it appears that Franca
herself furnishes a large quantity.
Formerly tho peasant women were
often induced to nut with tlieir long
hair for a few shillings; in convents,
where the hair is always thorn, a good
triide was also dont, and it ia ttattd!
that not long ago 800 pounds of halt
was sold at one of the religious establishments lor the sum of 81,500. It
also frequently happens that the hair
is cut from corpses, but thi. is of less
value than what is generally "called
" living bair"—that it to aay, hair cut
off living persona.
Curiously enuugh.an Important part
of the business of collecting hair is
done in tho streets of Paris, where the
raggathsrers are said to collect every
day an average ot 100 pounda of hu-
man hair. Some statistica whioh
have recently been published
on tha different colors ol hair
collected on tho pavements nnd in the
dust bins of Fans, show tlie following
results: .Fair hair, .100 grammes; reddish, 50 grummet; red, 25 grammes;
black, 100 grammes; ' -brown, 500
grammes; gray, 200 grammes; whits,
25 grammes. It appears from thoso
figures that white and red hair are
rarest in France, while brown, whioh,
however, has a groat. many different
shades, is the most common color of
hair. Ii Is interesting: to oomparo
these figures with those which Professor Virqhow has published in Germany as to the color of hair of school
ohildren. According to tliese the three
colors of hair iifcCcrronn echooli are
fair, light 'prawn, end dark brown, toe
comparative numbers being thus: Fair,
2,140,027; dark brown, 040,822; light
brown, 3,040,078. Tho fair hair is
less frequent in tlio south thaii id the
north of Germany, being in the north
43.3 per cent, of the total, 86.5 ta'tbt
center, 24.5 in the south and 18.4'in
Almce-Lorraine.-i'dil _________
£l 4iae.lt/, and m» P^Sf«»n..°.
tht oourt waa aauffct   ptndlog the
TEUM0KtCsUH0.e.
M.BflOl
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies.  A marvel of
purlty.strenRthandwholesomenesB. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, and
In, competition with the
cannot be sold
leof lo\   ..-
ihate powders.  Sold on
 .AF **- ""   *"'
New York.
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdkr Co.. 100 Wall St.,
-•-    -—■- 8fely
KTOTIOB
'«
th ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID TO
THOMAS WAXBH.
. me personally.
•de7rai
3STOTIOB.
TWOTICE IS, HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll an application will be made tothe
Parliament of Canada ut Its next session
for an Aet to incorporate a Company to
build, maintain and operate a lino of
Rnilway from some convenient point in
or near the City of New Westminster to
some convenient point on or »ear the
49th parallel of North latitude, between
Semiahmoo Bay and Township IS, In the
District ot Ifew Westminster, province of
British OolujhWft. , 'it„ J _a_.
New Westminster, 24th November, 1880.
W. NORMAN BOLE.
d-de4m2 Solicitor for Applicants.
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has, established
himself ln the CUT of New Westmlnsler with a P1BST-OLABS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whieh la open hr Eaaateaaeata at
very moderate Charges,
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will tie promptly uttonded
to day or night, stable next H. Elliott's
:   : •    ,      I       JOS. DATES. .
Telephone So, 89. .   mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
furnishes all Kinds or Udp
Free or Charge.
OE BUSINESS ABBOT.
O YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A
Business, take a partner, etc.
D
PICKERIKfi & GO.
OFFICE: Fort Streot, between D
and Broughton, VICTORIA. B. C.
Wood and Goal.
ri^EflUBMRiBEItJUBbl? HAND A
X   lancu quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP GOAL
And an assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Whioh he will soil at lowest rates. Ho
will also promptly atumd to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. HoOoll's store on Columbia atreet, or at my house, Douglas
atreet, will meet with prompt attention.
" HEltHV ElAiOTT.
. New Weatnilnaler B. C. JlylOto
The,Great French Kenedy, Or. Le-
Duo's'terloaloal'Pills. Tlleie'Plllearo
compounded Irom the purest drugs, snd
from those only whioh are hnown to aot
capaule, and hy this means made to re-
tslo their fullatrenirth lor yeare in any
nor's Landing jH	
oouvor; Plmbury k Co., Nanaimo; T.
Plokard, Dennitn Island; A. K. Johnson
*Co., Chemainus; R. B. Riohardson
Mill Co., .Vancouver)_ The Vanoouvor
Drag Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovoll, Yale;
W. B, Megaw, Prieat Valley; H. Clark
VOl„   KamWOp.1  Lurtitity  * Co.,
CANCELLATION«' RESERVE
NOTICE IS HKTtKBY OTV.m THAT
the Rcfservo, noilco wlioreof wns published In tlio "British Columbia Gauche,"
nnd dated the 7th dny of Auaux!, WM, has
been cancellort hy an Onlor of Ws Honour
tho Lleutouant-Govprnor In Council,
firoved on the Oth day of Drcemher, 11
n ho turns It .......-«
Wostmlnstei*
n ho turns |t rolatei lothe lands lu Now
 _  jifjjrtct wlifth conWltutie
the townslt? of IliislliigH. Burrard Inlet,
for tlm purpose ot salo In lots or blocks at
public auction, and for no other purposo.
d WM. SMITHE,   ■       t  :
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds A Works,
Lands A Work* Department,   ,
Victorin, B. C, December Olh, 188*1.
d-ilollma
3STOETII
IMAM
OOlitPAlTY
capitti. |iooo,oooi  Ustm
WW, 148,000,000
atm*tm-t,*p.msfmmtt-. *«o*»
rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
f'&T Risks promptly taken, and Lossm
satlalaaloMy Jnjnated.
t. h. Pearson,
ilocTIo (I),0.».*P.C0.1AORNT,
WM McCOLL,
Imr&l MaM
Dry.Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions:
T.DUDBOM'S BLOOK, Columblu St.
".yv , dW-an3to    , , ; ^_
PIONEER'
Fish a Game Store!
WM. H; VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
supply of
Fresh and Salt Water FlsU.
ca-j^MBi ijs- cassAsttaxT.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.
Purchases will be delivered ln any part
of the City freo of .charge.       d-Jly81yl
•J^TOTICE,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00 days after date wo Intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase ahout Blx Hundred acres of Timber
Land, described as follows:
Commencing at a stake tot on the East-
erly shore line of a lake on the mainland
of British Columbia, about 2k miles easterly from a point on the East shore of
Loughborough Inlet, whieh point bears
about duo East from Beaver Creek; thenoe
East 80 chalnM, South 40 chains. East 40
chains, South 40 chains, East 40
chains, South 40 chains. Wost about 40
chains, to shore line ot lake; thenee
Northwesterly along shore line of lake to
polntof commencement.
New Westminster. B. C.Dee. 22,1880.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
U*de2.tm2      Jo iin Hendry, Manager.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Hall,
LONDON.
iNSTIftfTEI) 1,808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildlnga, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building aud repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals,, and
Gooda on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
FROM I0B8 OR DiMAflB RT FIRR.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ABM8TB0NG,
Agent for New Westminster.
PACIFIC
Hev Westminster, B. 0.
REID t CURRIE
MM.IIFMTWEM& IMPORTKRS Or
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
,  Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons.
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN  THE;
VEHICLE UNU
We have a largo stock 61 most ol
the above artiole. on hand, also a large
stook of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.
Hcpalrlng. Painting & Trimming
done ut reasonable prioe..
In all its'Branobes. .'   ',"
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. AgrictlUral Iniple-
menta mado and repaired, and all kind,
of Ironwork for Bavi Mills, Leasing.
Camps and Farmers, kept in stoek and
mado to order. '
Hone-SboelnK and General
Jobbing.
We also keep In stook' to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chalna, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Tooth, Carriage
Sorbins and Asles, and a complote stook
of Carriage Hardware,,
Partlea requiring anything In our l(ne
will And by Importing our stock that
they don't rwniiro to go to Viotorfa to
get what they want, for tbey oan get a
superior artiole at a reasonable price
here,  ,
We aro also manufacturing and selling
the oolebratod
VICTOR  HAI BAMftG PRKS8,
At rediiocd prices!  It la tho best and
cheapest Prea. in tlio market.
aw-Wo havo aot tho beat workmen to be
had In the 'country, and we Import nearly
all the stook we use from tbe eaet^-oonae-
qaantlywaean o^lnduooMonlatu purchaser, that w. oould not have done abm.
Ume mro. All material nnd work leavlna;
tlio shop will bs .uaranteeil to be Just os
represented, Orders from th. country
promptly attended lo.'
MIDftOURRII.
DOUGHS & DEIGHTON,
M»mifMtilrer.imd|Imwm<nslot,-; "JI
..■J':lU     lu-jflUlLlLl'lljIr
Harness, Saddles, Brl-
,  dies, Whips, etc.
NEW WEBTM±Nr3f?!lt,. B/'C
dw-Jly81to   ,.
ITOTiqBl:;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA*
we hnve mado application to tho
Minister ol tho Intorior atpttawa for licenso to cut timber on the following'
land.:
lols 850, W858, 8& W.'Wahd Mfc-ln
Oroup One, Now Westminster Dlstrlet,
8.0. '.■.■;:    "ill.-.
ROY AI, OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
John Hrndkv, Manager.
New Westminster, Dee. IS, 1888. d-dlSm
NOTICE.
I
OTICE IS HERKBY GIVENTHAT
_. application will be made to the Ijca-
iilattve Assembly of the Province of .British Coldmbla, at its next session, for an
Act to Incorporate a Company tor tne construction nnd operation of a line of Railway ln the Distriot of New Westminster,
In the Province of British Columbia, from
a. point at or near Ladner's Landing,
thence In a North Easterly direction to a
point at or near; Popcum.
Dated at Victoria tbe 7th dny of December, A. D. 1886.  ,;
*       EBERTS a TAYLOR.
(l-dc8wfi .    ;    , Solicitor for Applicants.
WHAT PHVIIOIAM SAY ABOUT THE
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption hns for nome
time hcenrecoghi.'.i-a by Mc'Uc.iOl nio
be tli? most simple and efltutual p. "xae
of conveying tn DiseasedOi<*anB,"Utra-
liviM," bnttn catH of Kidney JMseane unil
Complaints ttitendnnt thereon, hucce6.,i'il
treatment wns prfietlnatily impossible until the tn trod nd lon of fllfeSwfr Kidney
Pod. It coats ln"i timu usinBloproscrlp*
tion and Is im measurably more decisive
and effective than any quartlty (y internal
Medicinal dosina. Worn immediately over,
the Boat of Disease, its curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Orrains.contmuously-anddlreotly,
aa required to Insure In return their healthy action and orlKinalvifrour.; I It is comfortable to the patient and pleasant In its
ofTeotfl, and cur..-; when nothing else oan.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results', A more valuable
discovery as a trne remedy tor Kidney
Dlsenses was never made.—Medical Gazette
Tke Starr Kidney Pail, manufactured
tn Toronto, is n permanent sure cure tor
diseases, disorders and aliments of the
RldneyH, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant com*' \int«. causing
pain ln the small of the bi >lt, sides,eta,
Jiroduclng urinary disorders, suoh as too,
requent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urino, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting tbo presenco in tho system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
eto. Hend for^ pamphlet to LANGLEY &
CO., Wholesale AgenU, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. S. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster: T. MCNEELEY, Laduer'N Landing: IL MCDOWELL
A CO, HASTINGS SAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BUG., Vancouver
aodltnnlooHj J, aLOVELL YaTejjrV.
R. MEGAW/Prlest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. dwseiSyl
FireiFire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 23rd June, 188G.
MR. G. ROBERTSON, ,,   .,
j.,7       Vancouver:: ..   u,-
Repfesentlng'Goldle & McCulloch,-
;! ( ■; "adita'biii.1
Sin.—Wo the understenod having wit*
nessed the terrlblo llro which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the lilth Inst,, have, after the Are, examined the safes sold by you,; some of
■Which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and we ara pleased
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every safe sold by you preserved
its eontents, not only bonks and papers,
but also thousands of dollars ln paper
money were taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them: ns thor
oughly Ore. proof;
L, A. Hamilton, tor the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M91A. MacLean,
MayoR J^n J.OIIake. tWpenilJai*^
fh'.'te;^«ffi
trato, City of VaoeoUMr; Thomas DuW,
Justice ht tbo Peace: Isaao Johna, Col.;
Bdward E. Rand, Ileal Ealate Broker;
It, nulfnur, Alderman; John Rankin,
Boal Ertate, Broken Pither 4 ____,
^MMtsmXm-&
to Vancouver and Knglish Bny; F. O.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estato Brokor; Qrastslr A
Bplnlcs, Roal Estate Brokers; R. 0. Fer-
rusoii, Mgr.lt. C.P. Mills. JeMte
[l.J!.|   CLEMENT r. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTOBIA, by lhe Grace of Ood of tho
United Kingdom of Groat Britain and
Ireland, QTOKN, Defender of tho Faith,
Ac., Ac, Ac,
To Our faithful the Members .looted to
servo In tbe Legislative Assembly ol Our
Provlnoo of Britiih Colombia, ami aum-.
monod nnd called to n meoting Qf tho
Legislature Or Parliament of our said
Province, at nur City of Viotorin, on
i MondaytthoThlrteentn day of December
Instant, lo hnvo been commenced and
hold, and every of you-Oaswiao;    ■
A WtOOLAjTAf MNi     ,
AIM. E. B. Davie.I HITHEREA^ THE
A«ofH»|/-OMi»raI. J V» TlMtlnlfof tli.
legislature or Parliament ofthe Province
of British Columbia elands called fo, Monday, the Thirteenth day of Dcoombur In
stant, nt which time nt Ol,.   ,,
toria, you woro held and pom,.,..,..™ .„
appoar, ,,   „■ .t.      i   ,	
NOW KNOW VK, lhat for dlvenicau.es
andoonalderallon, aad taking,into,,'om-
•IdoraUott the case and oorrvonleny orour
loving sttblecls, We havo thooght fl, by
and wltblh. ailvleo of our ESeeuilv.
Council of tbe Provinoe of IrltUh Col.
nmbla, tp relieve you, ond each ol nu,
of yournltendnncenl the time atoreaold;
horoby convoking, and by theso prosonts
cnlolnlns. you and *aoh,ofJ'ou.'tbat on
m'iNIiAY. the TWErfWjSURTH day
of tho month of JANUARY noxt, you
meet Us in Onr aaid legislature or Parlln-
mentof Our said Pmvlnee, at Our fllty of
Victoria, FOIt T1IF, MSPjCtCK QFSuJJ]
NBB8, to treat, do, not, and conolude upJ
ou those things which In our Legislature
ofthe Province of Brltl.h Colnmbia. by
the Common Counoil of Our aaid province,
Way, toy tho favor of Qod.be ordained,
' la TawriaoiiviiWiiaBaor. W. has.
caused thoM.Our Lotun to bo made
Potent and the Great Seal of tab said
,   provlHeeton*nsreuntoafB»«liL.wri>
•■ riasathliHonorabloOi.aMairtF.Coaa-
SK*v»8riffi!ra?M*...0rar
our City of Victoria, IH Odr said province, this Tenth day of Decmber, In
the yeu nf our Lonl, ouo thouaand
eight hundred nnd olghfr >lx, apd In
n theflftloih yearof Our Reign.'      >•■■.
'     By Command.
' JHttlROBIIOir,.      .
d-dolSId prmlnolalReerctary.
land Registry OrdinariM), 181»
.Vol*, BlMk S, Kew We.lnila.ter Baa.
nan* o   :■ iBaai.'s
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Titlo. of Thomoe McKay Lamhly
. las been lost or deetroyed, an application
..«, lunui un.iujmijUHnpjiiiuM.uu
been mode,for a dupllonto thereof;
'-- '-""iriferS.ber.hr give-	
ieuVf that bo;ioJt q/Sstroyed,"un!ei»
JoUoo la thcrWoreJi'eriby "given tbotn
KsbiCertlfleatoof, ,T1U
e Issued ln
oause be shown to the contrary within
one month from'the date hereof.    '
; R. W.ARMSTRONG,   I
.- - ._,ii..j,IloputyRo»lBtrar.
Land Registry Offlce, ■
New WeMmlnater.81at Dec, 1889.
■fui        . d'deolml ;   |m._ V',. .
aOHNECpXr
Importer and Dealer In
fePoirj:
.INCLUDING''    '
WHITE I.RCHORSH,
BROWN LBOHORMS.
PLYMOUTH 1
BOUORaS,
MOUTH ROOKS,
LANOSHANOi,
Whit. Created Blaok PolaBda,
Onlnea Fovrla, Hanon 0nek.»
Wkll. Plkln Dook..
Pit Gam.., Hondan..
llrde and Egg. snppllfld ot low rate.,
aavBl
indoll
andall stock guaranteei
Royal Avenue, East «f Douglas Bt.
New Westminster, Coal Hnrbor
and Seattle Bonte.     '
W1
(J, W,,TARTE, Master.)
ILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Thursday Moralaa at,,'clock, for
New' Westminstor) and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrives at
Now Westminster on Friday'forenoon,,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hours'
afterwards; leave,, COAL HARBOR M.
day Hlght for Seattle.
Fare t. BeaHle., ..........»!.».; .
.    ProlgblpertM,....,....,.,.,. 4.H     ■
Special rate, to merchant..       apioto
AiPMvateVCttllegel
 FOR      '
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C,
lill   '.    ,.,      , ..-—ON-rr   , .    , -  . .|. |. .
MONDAY, AUGUST 16,1886.
THE , BUILDING   HAB   IS   LARQB
: Room, nnd Is well furnished with
resistor grates, bath rooms, Ac., Ao.
Excellent opportunities for all kind, ot
healthful exerol.es, Including boating and
bathing.
Pupils will be mado most comfortable
aud. their general welfare carefully considered.    ,r.
A CMrtTEHT «T»FF Of IHITItUCTWIS
wlllbemnlntalnod.
Excellent faollltlea will be afforded for
lnatruetlon In Eaalisk. Canaeretal.
Classical and Madera uagaiure Subjoeta,
wlthlaUraneatalMasle.
Application Forma, References and full
Information furnished by
, RKV. C. 1. BKMT0N, H.A.,
Nkw WMT»iN.Tr.n.
Juno 9, UM dwllyllto
Re-Opening!
IS. MANSON,
HercbantTailoi!
, .   HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
McKENZIE    STREET,
First Door to the Right from, Columbia
, street, and Will have always on band
a full assortment of        ,'   '
foreign ft Domestic Hoods
'AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
vlA PERf,EC?T FIT
guaranteed In Every Caao.
docSlo
In the East.
JUST ARRIVED:
SpoQiaities in CrroQeries!
rflHE FIRST INSTALMENT OF MR,
I1 MoPhaden'a purohases In the East
haa just' arrivod. This ahlpment hai
been, hurried tbroosb. ftp.fsl.fly for the
Chrlatroo. and holiday trad., and oon.UU
of .Holo. and well lelsoted Oooda, aultable for thii aeonn of th. year,
Hoovy invoices and bills of lading are
inst lo hand dln-ot from manufaetarer.
}jj,n .. —, . „—*. — ...
tSaL	
bMtauortmrnt of
HOnera and packer. ,ot aoods.ac
transit across the continent, ,and when
thia lotarftvea MoPbaden will carry tht
Staple and fancy
In the Provinoe, nnd neii   nt  pried
,MTer before touahetl In Billlrt minmhlfc
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil,
SUM.
8WAR.
A oar load'dlroot from refln.ry of Sugar., syrup, and Molassos exoseted oh
-TSSSSJkM.
■A?-^^*i
Juat arrived dlroot fromTpkohama,.x
••City of Peklh^aflne line of Japan, Ene
llahTlreaklart, Young Hyson, Oolong and
GunpowdtrT.au.
aarc.ll and examine our OooO. before
purchasing your Chrlstmsssuppllss.
D. MoPHADEN,
Importsr, Wholesale k R.UII Oroesr.
NEW WESTMINSTER, RO.     dd.lt.
/;AI8f/iUJOO  YJIAO. 3HT
COLUMBIA STREET,
,' " '.'     .'■'   ' " ■■;"   ;        ■■■ ■  /
New Westminster, B. C.
—niroaTsas ahd mauiui'nf— .
Books,
3MUJOO YJM33VV 3HT
in'*  tBtirtotwW   on fnn.ai
Stationery.
Tiiiia'Ajl'.^'"^,
Pianos,
Organs,
lapers,
Magazines,
Toys; etc.j
The Largest Stock on tht Main-   -v
fend,''andi second\,fo''i,!toii,ii,:i^l
i- '.. rrfouae in^flritiih^o- (
' lumbla. ■'•";• ''::
'.—^0i£'AIJKNW TOR—J
The Henry F. ffliller Fiitao,
"- ' Of' '
Tho Bominion Orp,
■'•    Of BowmaoviUs,Ont..
And agents lor all ith. leading Amsrloan
PIANOS & ORGANS
SffiCJW. FORMS
RULED Jb MIHT€B.
Ou th. pr«mMMi»»lysadoh»snljl
a. at any othsr aaUblUamsnt l> fka
rrovtnos.
—ACIKNT8  FOK—,J:;., ■
Confaaarttton lift Anurarm Co.. -
North IfHItk ud Morenrtilt Flt»
Inraruot Co.
-AgSnts for IM-OUar^-.
jnnrriN noiirw.
sum, Minuoia,
Bins or 8111,     i ..,,',','
, oviiom uvn.iuiu
UUU.rMli.RMH,
; V   0IBIU, UClim,
And sll kinds of Blank Books and Blank '
' .Ji-iiillo'it -.ill ■'    "■   ■
—-AH tha iMilsl—-
..:•
NEWSPAPERS
r^Myr^ W-^tAk.
„,?,
for say PuWlostioa.t owNtrska. ;;
>'■■        ' ■.'   '       I    '   ■ ; 167*0    "i »
mrVT, Import «ratt tna tasaafas-
tar^ ssvl asr^ fei oadsrsolil la (^
, '  bill')' l-| '"'I ". ''  - ■■'   KM      Mil    SOM     |i
•,.;'[ ! ■" ■'< 00 II I III
t^^ist^iiLliioiio\
■    Itfl     I    .   .'IiO    •■ .,.."„ll;,m,.
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