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VOLUME 1
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NEW WE8TMlNBftBB,*R 0., THURSD*Y l_V__Nlkl_t| NOVEMBl^Jl 26; ISfefJ.
■!   'I'I ■'.'■■■  V
NUMBER 100
Now that the fishing season is
closed,^ Is sfen (Jitt* tin promise*.ot)
iti opening 1^ ,*■(■';!*«>!_.fulfilled to
the Olouoester 6sliermen. Owing to
the vigilance of tlie Canadian cruisers, too few in number to entirely
prevent .po^ch-tig.yet sufficient to
effectually disturb it, and to tliepoi-
versene-* of the maokerel, which
this season have swarriied outside
fiut dangerously near the three-mile
{limit, an unusuglly small catoh has
ibeen secured % tw Amerioans, wba
now find in aggravation of their
UuMmth'g^fe.-i^ied their
tort maok-nV, ttrtiog hy, stiaSng,,
Suoh of ttojn; ets' mwaged to elude
the Canadian police, and so 'secured
good o$M .'fait,;^ &<$!%■> "f(.r.
owing"M,the spn>tvit**.<ti^eprfce'p-
mackerel iii tho American markets
Ihu ady»nr^'todoriWe.what:rt Was
last year,: In spite of the duty, the
'Oanadiah flshwnieii: have also reaped
'the benefit of the advance in price;
but to all others the- season's work
*has bfeen'a failure; One captain
states to a-"tor correspondent that
'while his average takings during the
.preceding fqurteeen years have been
SI 2,000, this ye ir he has taken only
$1,500, not enough to half pay his
expenses; the fishermen have earned,
less than' one-third' of an average
season's wag,,; and he, estimates
■the loss on the season to the Gloucester fleetof ,200 sail at $500,000.
This ii'iaf rtiserible showing, and
yet the Gloucester dealers, instead
of retracing their pteps, are pusliing
,on to demand ajpi^irittve duty, in
prder to make tiie best of what Utile fi*-^1(^^n^t-*segijis,^l(e
extravagant price to the American
people not being considered; and
i)anada0i» .i/t, go. oo spending large
[sums to keep out of tier waters
'American fishing vessels, three-
j'ourths of whose crews are Cana-
■tiani—Tht Week:
f       ..oOd.aOI5iM-.Tt "l
i   The Egyptian Question.
| For a long time there lias, been a
'.read of war between,Britain and
-ranee over the occupation of
.Sgypt. Praa_^ierta_»ly,ha«l)e-rri
oing its veryntmost tio get Britain
o withdraw her troops from Egypt,
|nd faainiiBrtheMattemptelthai
Vied to i" »f the other European
1 owers ftcjt "jjo_i» jib. compelling the
tyaoua-ihh, ; -No* it would appear
pat all this intriguing by France
Was also f_»le% as ik^MW.Hd to da,
■Trance woild not | join with' Britain
(in the attempt to restore order in
(Sgypt, and left Britain to effect
he huge and disastrous undertaking
vith Brltif-x blood and money alone.
After tl» .#«* lat Wen alums,
accomplished France would like,
,nost selfishly; to step iti and reap a
Jull share of the l(e_i$_t,if not of
ihe honor flowing thereftom." And
■teeing Britain, will not consent to
prance'now joining in the occupation and manMement, the latter
would like the other powers to he at
the troibV '»hd expense of forcing
Britain out of Egypt simply that
France might then easily step in.
The ISottOpean powers have seen
{through this selfish manoeuvre of
France, and have declined to interfere wit*: Britain in her dealings
with Egypt. They are satisfied
that Britain will do what is right
regarding ,^gypt, and they are not
buite so sure if trance would do
the same, .aajj-rtoirt all doubt-at,
rest and put an end to »" gambling and intriguing on the part of
iFrance, Lord Salisbury has boldly
declared that Britain has under-
{taken to accomplish a certain work
in Egypt, and that she will net
withdraw 11 ker i troops .from, that
jountry until that work has been
fully and finaUy petfomied to her.
iwn satisfaolioa: There is, hepnu)
AJoally says, no question of time in
■the matter; it is a matter of work
nerely; and, whether it takes a long
jime or » short period, Britain will
,iot desert, tht post slie lias assumed
intil she has successfully accomplished the duty she has undertaken.
In thus taldlji and definitely thtow-
ing down the gaunUbt' to Franco
•"Lord SaJiih.i'ry has raised himself
immensely.in British opinion. The
jjwople are inclined to look uppn the
Huestion as finally settled, simply
Jueoaiue he hu thus boldly and firmly
'Iceland Britain's intention to re-
!iiain io Egypt until order it per-
■eotly restored there, and the peoplo
ihle to govern and protect them-
iclves, without the aid of France or
my other nation,,, It ccrtaii>ly is
jiot a pleasing announcement to
fsvanoe, bsfom fw,f t»po, has rjp,,
ther alternative than simply to min
•nd bear it. Possibly, however, this
I -illy accounts forthe moat unnatural
Sympathy now,shown by France tor
,i;lussla tW-dtag m, Bpjgart-.h
iitouh\e.--,wissitl\ti\-American.
''*»''"
jjffTn*.
OFPlft; H6BRS-1. a.irf.toian*ion; 3
to S; and 618O to 8 p. m. dnoldto
m
©
..WOLF SMITH, M.D.
tor lb
:,ttore.
the IpiesanM-Over Hci-
*tT N.UOOPKR, B. A.Hf.D.,
"   PHYSICIAN 4 SUROEON.
QFflOE and RESIDENCE-Churotl St.
1 fn.it door to Farmers' Bom.), near
il Ooli    *■  * * '
opera
cun
try
*t. F. WELSH.
DENTIST,
.'lj/i Colonlair Hotol,
New-y^-nshy^fi-,
apa
GMm
vmtqz.
btnent-^ni D. i*i:(*_irtls*Oo_«**riit
Stow, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hours-0tol_;l:8.to"i ",,) *,');
' Mil visit Chilliwhacl. the first Monday
iind twofollowlng days In eaoh month.
Teeth'palnlestf)* extracted.   au!2
ntw.B»ttm-utt;ni~ ::;  ' " "
.rii BABBIBMRS, | J
■<■■ -,.,■,     SOLICITORS, ETC
Offlce, McfcenaleStror
and vancouvor, & c.
Ice. Mck'ensle Street- New Westmlniter,
--'       jyaiiwto,,
OT   MOHMAN BOLE,
" '  •.JBABto!(Si*tAT-_J_-J«*.'
I A_jent,
seJto .
,      HonoytoLoan.
Columbia Street,
New Wsrtmluster, RO.
ILtEKT J. HILL,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Land Sof»eyor, Dr.nghl.m.n, .te.
OPFICB-On. door North of Messrs.
^rKuH-TffiCWMillor     '  -■
McKensle Street,
dw-sointo        -r .,„
WALTER J. WALKER,   j
Auditor, Aceount.nl, *c.
HiV,
Colonial Hotel, Now *y^y;       _____
k    R. HOWSE,
A. Formerly Ilow«*,Hlll 4 RlokmaB,
Begs to announce that he Will resume business as
anveyw, Bui Estate Enker aad
*-*T    •    i  f-vaveyaaeer.
On tnd after tho "1st Instant OHM, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port MoOdy.
selBW,       .L! JL
m /. TRAPP,
AC0TIONEEJt*NDAPPR-USE_l,
Columbl».itMot,...........,N«w WwtrolnatMr
All commissions will receive prompt
)ud carffnl attentlcn. Best references
llvea wheu requlrad. . ' mhia-to
W. D. FERRIS,
lilMD, SHE ui-HMAGEXT
Bent and Debt collector.
BBVKRAl flOOll fABIS FOB filtl.
Aeeal r.r ttio T«*VKIFE'S LIFE aad
ACt'IDEKT INB1IB-LNCE COMPANY,
■ulf.nl. Man.
,OPFICE:-Ferri. Street, New Westminster. ...:: ■  Wto
ff i LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate, Insurance and
.  Commission Agents.
fire, un, MoiHirr a whim inwmm*
COI.UMBIA STREET,
TeleplioM,,,
Tele]
;-tC
HEW tmniiiiaTEE.
delttc   .
PITT & QQ„
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AI«I>-
Geneial Commisalon Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
(e27to
Jobbing of all kinds u
ll"»' ••f**frfcww*_m • !",'•t,, > tm «»•<".■■ ■
RAND BROS.
TJBAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Conveyancers, Collector.,
-. And In.nr.ntre Ag.nts,
OfflcosotVIOTl-WAi Fort Slreet, ,
NF.# "^STSilNRTEn: Cdtnor
MoKensle and Clarkson 81s.
VANCOUVER, Cordova street.
BOILDINO LOTS forsaleln all sections
of Vancouvor and Now Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of *l'perlor quality for
salo at Obllllnlinck, Port Hammond,
Lnngloy, Matnqnl, sums*, Mnd Ray,Ladner's Landing, Lull! Islnnd, Norlli Arm
and Plti River.
est Information ftlrmflied at all ourofflee.
foaoto	
d. b/ prophet;
Contractor and
Builder.
ttRlfc'
«oKfii»iiriim,.i
mpUy ottBiiiteit
-- T'**-tljOrt#8t
inext to
ilnn-Mc
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHA8P 8TBKF.T ■ T1C1T0K1A.
J^aXUSTTB   I<OB
North British and Mercantile
insurance Ot). for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsbnry Circus,
London, E. C.
PAVtLION-
«»--.-|'l(f   'flkf;*'
n
&%WoitoT™»*',I'K
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 in tbe ntternoon,
and 7:80 to 10 tn Uie evenlns.
 t Qonttomen   15c.;   Ladies
free.  Use of Skates, 25c.-' I;     I
Persons wishing to secure tho Rtnlt for
select i-Jcutlng partlcsofttt do so onnppji-
WINTEMUTE, CALBICK A.CO.
ij ;: ■   dnoWtf rU'lO'il!
THE CLARENCE
Corner Xtitil Doaglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C. I
fRAMKO.IHCHAIlDI.Jl.   -        -   LINK
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS; FIRST
Class in every respect trmm nf-
El wltk all <*-■■*«-■■ if »cm «r -l*dr|-a
Is. New and Elegant ln all its Ap-
iments.  Prien Stodeitttr. I "
This magnlfloent .Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Guests.  /;'.)!- •
«V*No pains will be spared by the management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. ' doc-itti
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT -MIHWIRS
(DAY OB NIGHT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under the present management everything will be found flrst-class, nnrl prices
are extremely low.
dnolm3. E. H. BARKER, Prop.
WALSH
Ilie Mi TaOor
ColumbU St., Hew Westminster.
XT AVING JUST KECEIVEDOUR NEW
•IX Spring Stock, we invite Inspection of
the finest selection of
Eagllsk, Scotch. -German- fi-cach.
8UITIN08I-^M-
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
hava secured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN,a practical Cutterwhohu hod
long experience la London, Parls.and the
leading oMttt^cltlev-nUforaGOOI) FIT
and artistic style we defy competition,
mhaoto | THOS. WAMH. -
Si Hi WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
+-ANP-I-
HAVING HAD EXTENSIVE. EX-
portence In California and elsewhere in the abovo bnsiness, I am now
prepared to tako charge of any sales,
auction or otherwise, thst the public
-may favor mo with.
duns, Kllca. (artrldgus, Powder,
Shot, Fishing Tickle, SpetU-
clea.   Cillery,   and   Uar
flluiware,
TO DE RAD  AT TUB OLD  STAND,
KNOWN AS THR
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA  STREET.
dwoitttuj
j. 6v
"THOS
MANUFACTURER OK
ENS,
All Kinds of MaohlnHry, Patent Looks,
Safe., Sewing Machines, 4c, *c.,
'    Repaired,
BLACKSMITHINC
CLARKSON STREET,
fpp. Reglt.tr- Oftee, New Weil'r,
Bonn, Sip ill
rm* i*w*^'mutiigi(AiiJwr^iier*..
WALL PAPER.
The lOMTMtnsiiortinentof Wall 1'ajMr
LC.'s'^liSK'tflo^^te'-lJE:
nlos on view at T. R. Peurson A Co.'s
Store, Columbia St. M|-r tssslss at
spoolally tow rnics. iinouTtc
,  having scoured nnt-dan workmen, we
feerconddento. giving satisfaction,
«W Horse-shoeing a specialty.:
dw-jJIySllc]   Colombia St., Now Wist.
kRDIAN
-:>'>i'r-:  _ i--: ■
Insurance Com'y
OF i-ONDOl*}! EN^.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
Iitiiabit) .   ■    |
ESTABLISHED 1831
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other.
Reliable Oomp'y.
% R. PEARSQN,
doo7tc      . (R C. a 4 P. Co.)' AOENT.
DEALER IN
Qonerai Merchandise!
'   A large Assortment of      -
DRYGOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ZZay and. Feed
WHOLESA'Lfe AND RETAIL.
HOOU AXD C*AI. DEUTERED TO
AMY FAEt IW fHE tTt¥.
We run two Btagondaily.excopt Sundays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls,
v Ab no liquor or touacco la mod weouu Uy
iemporato habit* nnd careful economy
serve the public at especially low rates.
 dwsedOto
Peebless Heckle j
(NEAR MBftCHSNTS' SQUARE)--
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
- • : ■ -AMB- i :
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Mattresses and
Bedding always 01 band.
■HAVU ON HAND 'flftE'•'"',
L.iKCESt A!TO BERT STOCK OF HI
NITI1KE ON THE MAINLAND.
Hardware V«lro»i Bnlics, !■ Ash,
Cherryi Wnlnnt, or Mahogany.
Estimates fnr Offlce and store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged i by the firm, who are now prt-
Earedtodoall kinds of work in theup-
olstory line, dJlySto
F. ORAK-E,
PKACTICAl.
Administratrix notice.
OTIOE IS HEHRBY OIVKN THAT
all pi-rsotiK hul.'btrd to tlu* hit-.1 .IomIiuu
Ltwood Reynolds Homur. formoily ol
jOTrWettinlnstWtdweased, nrwrwitfiroa
to pay tho amount nf their I mlohf cdnnKn to
theunderslgufltl, foithwlth. nml nil persons hnvtnjr any cIhIihh n-,*iitn»t the eslatn
nro require., toniriil-dii-urUciil-.rH thereof,
duly verified, within*, two months from
this date. ;
sophia if. itoair:n,
Administratrix.
Dnted N«v West, Oot. 12th, ISM,   ocliM8m
ANDBROft HAVE TAKKNOKPIOKH
on tho floniiT of Miurkntirle and
litrkion Htrcets, «nt.' hlw-ii above Colum-
via St. where thoy me now prepari-d to
nttrnd to hnsinoHs   *, j)iHme.-
WATCH MAKER
-AND-
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET.     HEW WESTMINSTER.
•PIM.II. ( aHl.ik.ni A f.'..
S!ft\ OF THE BIG WATCH.
»-t,ATK MANAGER TOR 8AVAQE A
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Chroitomcteri, Bepeateri, Cbrono-
(rtphers, and ill tne Witch
ri pnlrfu 8pecl»U).
Am ONE II AVItfOWA-iWHES which
lmvo beeu Injured by Inooniuotent
WHloli riHitiltvrs ean be mud. cqunl fo new
Willi. JEWELRY of all kind. mul. anil
ropitlrert. All work warranto*; charges
nmilemto. Estlinatesfflven*reoofohariie.
WALTHAM, EKIir, .Id .Iker
WMekes and Jewelry eku*»
Hum nuy other house lh St. €'.
LADIES' SOLID 12 CARAT GOLD AMERICAN. STEM WINDING WATCHES,
nroiiltite vlmckeopnrs.SJ-*; hbuhI price, IAi.
ilwrleiilc Jj
Iti thc Supreme Court of British Columhla.
m-;T/, BROS., on behalf of themselves
and ull other the Creditor* of -r_ouls
aold-pLAiNTtt'rfii    .
AND
EDWARD nOIiD, LOUIS OOL^ atid.KM,-
MA GOLD-Defendants.
TJY OHDBIt OF TIIE HON. HENRY
IJ IM'flllovr Crease, J., I am appointed
Receiver of the U-ml Kstate no* rejlstercd
In the nn men of the Defendants or either
of them In thc I.aml Registry,Offlce at
New Westminster, and the Dwelling
House now mounted by the Defendants or
somo or one of them situate at tho City of
New Westminster and the persona* property or tho Defendant-* or either r.r any
of them now In or upon the said Dwell tint
House nnd the Hotel and premise', sltnrtte
atthe city of Vancouver -known;nR the
Gold House,
■T. ,T. ARMS-THONG, ,
DeprtraMriff,   "I
dwnnrlmt '   iRecelver.
W.PROTHERtf&CO,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
iji ALL KINDS OP FURNITURE.
REMOVED
49*To shop lately occu
Columbia 1
g^r*»-e-«
done. 	
seleto
*y Mr. Darcji,
iK-firi huyli,Y"\v, eSnl V.'o I N»n**tB
'   clly.  Repalrlnsjof all kinds neatly
W. PROTHERO 4 CO.
J. W. HECKLEY
mXHEPUBWC
OWING T6 THE LARGE IN-
crease in tho number of patients
received at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westimostar-j. during tho last
year, the Board of DirectowfinJit neoes*
Bary to appeal to the public for assistance. In view ot the net that the disbursement*, for the hut six months -have
beeo in exctsa ol the revenue, and that no
Sublic subscription! have been solicited
uring the past three years, the Board
are compelled to make this appeal.
Mr. W. Hi Kcaiy will pereonally canvass for'subscriptions,
G. E. CORBOULD,
President.
New West., Sept. 28,1886;' dwse29m2
Gas Fitting!
* The Gas Cdinpany
respectfully inf (km
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FlXr*
TURES, GLOBES,
&c, now on hand;
j*gj* Orders may be left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J, L. STAMFORD,
il-JWItc MANAGER
."IwficB	
IS llKUKHl GIVEN Hint nppllcutlon
wlllbemadetotlio)*eslBl»ttvo AHHem-
bly.ol the I'l-ovlnce of Itrftlili OolmnblR,
at the next mmnion thei-aof, for an Act to
Inoorpornte a company for tbe purpose of
construetitiL', mannglug anil maintaining
Water Works nt tho lenhtnal point of the
Canadian PiiolfloKallwuvonOonl Harbor
and KnjrlUli Bay, and tor thB purponeti
thereof granting to the Haul company the
privilege of taking water from Cnpllanb
Creok,Burnaby Luke or other aultnble
polntM.wlth power to the puld company
to build tin mos aqueducts, lay piped, erect
damn, oequlro IhiiUh, nnd do all other acts
and tlilngfl necessary for the pnt-pomd
ifw-_.st.id,
EBERTS A TAVLOR.
Hotloltonl tor Applicant*.,
Dated Septembor DOIh, 1885. deflte
OOME AND SEE!       FOR SALE.
W. H. HOLOIN,
TTAVINQ TAKBIT POWK8SION OF
XI the "Temperance Honse,"fronting
on Columblaanu Church Htreetii, opposite
the KplKcopal Church, and now known
as the i • ff■ ■
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following ratest
Board per dey».:....,... -......,,.« w
•ut_Y     " weelt ;J.w ..«„...5W
Single Meals -_,    w
BetfB ■ .;:;.;;;: «
i_a.Good accommodation for ijulies and
families,        , r     ,.   •■ 	
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSEUYMAITADEALERIN
froll and Oriumnui freest
UDNirs Unmmo, B.O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
A form the people of British Columbia
that he han established a Nursery at Lad-
ner'K Landing, and is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, "Vines, Small Fruits,
4c. Trees Imported or borne grown ac-*
cording to the wishes of customer!.. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
next the Holbrook Hon*, Front Street.
tlements shoKi/,
his personal attention.
au!2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
- .arlons townsaBdset-
andallordtpswlllhavs
&
HAVING TAKEN
Lnndbom's Building, Front 8t.
(Formerly occupied by.K^ji? it Tlllon),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
Fwl us sood a stock as a man wants to
|oipt frota. "«'
Dry   Goods*   Cneeries,    Pr*vlit«ai,
Cracker}', -BiMswara, MmU, _*e.
Come and see the new place, and let ui
know what you thick of It, ;
dwocifltc , o. Mcdonough.
"BLUE STORE"
WATCHES
A Ine aaaortment of American SU-
'    Ter Watches, put. dust-proof oases.
Flrst-class Swiss Watches, from SS
upward,
CLOCKS
A large aaiortnient af 8-daj Btrtk-
Ing Clocks, vrith cathednl gong;
■■'-•■ solid walnut coses; latest designs.
Also, Seth Ihomaa' Sickle Alarm
. Clocks.
«a-AHICE ASSORTMiHT Of miKI.'n
l.Sveolallr, AH
place—tlio' "I
ria.Wfl
WnkTimiiH.
tar Remember the   place—tho "time
Store."
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Searly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THK LABflEST AKD  CHOICEST
assortmsnt of all description, of
MEATS AND VE6ETABLES
Constantly on hud, and supplied to Fam-
Ulna, Restaurants, and Stcunhoat* at the
LOWEST POSJSIULI- PniCBS.
MR. ZED. SMITH,
;        CITY SCAVENGER,
nt-SkrOOLa AND YARDS OLEANED,
O mid Cl.imneyi swept.
dnotntc
Change of Business!
JOHN C. BUNTE
mAKEff! THIS OPPORTUNITY OK
1 tlmrtk.i-ft thc Public for their kindness mul pHininiij-f* In the past and be*
npcnkn the nontln .innce tit the same to hts
Bncnestor,-
W, E. FAUES,
Who hopes to see nil old friends and make i
innnyncK.    ■
All po«irw Indebted toj. G. Bunte nre
requested lonuiki1 immediate Kettlemont-
and all olaims agnlntit him should bo pro-1
■tented without delay.
If you have carpets to sow ond lay, win-1
dow blinds to make or bang, picturi'.--. to
frame, Ae., &c,.ple*uie givo .us a cull.  ,.   ,
Farm for Sale!
AN IMPROVBD FA8M   «m 8AI.K
l-m^tef'** ******'
M. KICHIILHO.N,
iwotflUs A MooiiCUlim.u P. O.
for -.mm
• M-.if»,ip iwtBmm .-
-v  ley Saw and n.nlntf —,.
(O^orltaf. For particular, an
plWhlsesto -. „—,.
Or, MeMrs. DBAKK.JACKHON,    nu
»P«C    i,     A HKLMCKlfN, ytsfitu,-.
' mf^ymtwt* '.
FROM THE HRST OF NOVSJISER-
an 8-raonml House on Aims Btntt;
AlHo^From (lie Fin
largest   - —   '
Street, I
.•'w..rf°\,'lll,'eUaJroe!'t. "n Cofumbia
et, centrally situated, -   -r. <ri
Appfrtiy,
HEKRY V. EDMONDS,
FOR
THAT DEUOHTPUL RESIDENCE OI*
LoJJ- situated ori ftoyort atr«r,ibi-._
tween Mary and McKenile street*, now
in the occupation of Capt-Grant; contain* ''•
8 rooms with usual offlcM,,
Valuable CftyLotV™
Farms nenr City.
Farms oil Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bar.
80 acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
74 aores of valuable Land J miles from
City on HasUngs Road; IWOwrdsof Cnl-1
ar oould be eat
Applyto fa)
Je23tc     Land Agent, Kew Westmlniter.
For^lalet
1 SPAN DARK RAY MARE8, I and t
1 years old; good travellers; wore single
or double. .   :.      *.'
verygentle.       ■■ ., .'■:•■"      )■■••.«
i&Em&W4_8^»Sir'JB&;
FnuN-rriver, .. -,.,. , . .    -,..,■..-,,,
HliW,.»_JI».l«.». «lulr-kMs.kM
Clly Water Caaiuay.
■        W. J. FRENCH.
New West,, Nov. Uth, ism,      ilwn.mo
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 80 TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRON'I'StM.ET, OPP.C.P.N.'WBA**'.
^TOTieEL
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN AH>OI)_T-
ed receiver ot all f
t.tei effect, and credits,
wil all rHtaercimmi»»etlm*a,,,
irulDKdue to William Isaac of nit
   jnonf, by virtue or ta order In «••
Countr Court of Vletorla, Uatd.the JUat-, ,
day of siwiliibef, IM, M[j*!j»M~"
hereby waraMt from reoetvlni.*aM-t|i--.. r
Isaaes, hi. agent, or *r.«.l»,.ny wiu,
Ies, or frcm disposing or ln any deal-
lug with .aid estate. ,-~.   IK>IJ|
■ It Is also provided by the said order that
all personslndebted fo the saTrWat. or -
havlna In tboir |
the said estate'
b.lr poaesalon ur*__|tM,
te (other than what haa-tj-wn
•ed of), are to pky, dellwr ar
legally disposed of), _..
account for the aame to.
T. J. ARMSTI
"•"sasBK*-*0*'
Brcr-'Mu t«MB owi swum
.A..
PRACTICAL
CHEWIST&DROaaiaT,
COLUMUA   3TRECT
(CPP. OOL0NUL BOTBt),
NEW  WKSTMINSTKR,  «. 0.
Luna Registry Ordinance, 18701
An Muivlrtfd hairnrirfit Ko. -W. Hlock v,
part or IHiiltJci Xet \m, IM. m the
Clly mt VanctnTiir.       K
WHRRKAS THE CKR'ttiFBpATfi Qpt
Title of Oeorno TUqKrood to the
nbove-inentional; laud has beon lost or
destroyed, aiid appflcatfon hns Twen made
for a duplicate thwof:
Notico is tljfli-efore hereby Riven Hint a
fresh Corttlltintc of Title will bo is-tuod In
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, uhIchb
causo 1 e sliewn lo the contrary within
one month from (lata,     j #- !
Iteputy Reglstrnr.
Land Roiristry Ofllce,
New Westminster,-i7th OoU.lttSlt.
_ <•   . ■ doe'ilnil  • ■	
rk-iiciMi' rtMcri-ititti no tm.
H-- XMipei»Spttnitj. '
N   B. — Only r (famine Dng. un4,
Over twenty ytsu' eiperkace. r nitt:
PublicJwfctice
fwteiutip PubHc Lftrtrji
mHK UKPERSIONEI) (THANKH TO.
1 llm kindness nnd permission of the
Mayor and r.ity ConncU) two weeka ago
wj
Ne_t door i to A. M. llerrlni*. ilrua Store, !
(»lu^|)leSt.,N.W.,r*7ip.      dnoStd
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART ■ DOTH   WANTED  AT I
once to sell tliu  Dally tioluiubion. I
Apylynt This Otlleo. flmflw   \
re-opened the Puhllo. Library* Shd t^k-H
thi* opportunity to otter nn Invitation to
residi'iits of New Westminster to wyhlm
n vli.lt. Pupers and Magazines from all
directions nro received for patrons hnd
vUltors, aud more will he addjpdin tMe*-,
reHHOnable supnorl. is ouwnM. ifh«
terms nre W cents a month,ill
papers, Ae., arc paid for In ai"
will amount tn about 2 eenti
enst of oHi' ulgur for neven dnn ,_. __.
to see news from nll over tne worlL,	
eleittuit iwoks whieh may be ohaand
m-ery 24 hoursl Th«re la no i-oupuliwn
about this, but those who believe hi act-
tint In out of tho min and who eau etuoy
n decent lire will doubtless appreciate tula
Institution. Ladles and strangere are free,
so doubtless all the partlea who-believe In ,
Rlue Ribbon will como forward at once
nnd Join thia nttmetlvo aflUr, both for
their own credit and that of others. Co*me
one, oomo-all, and you will be attendedto
by one who oan soap all classes, via.:
Yours Respectfully,,    ,
HENRY W. HUGHES.   ,
New Wont. Auc.2D.lfM.    ■■     diuir
REWOYAL
fpHK UNDERSIONW WILL,^M MB.
I end of month move his busineu Into
Wlnjemute*. new Halldhif, ottpoajt* Ily,-
\^Stm7?ltm\m-sm^ «*•«■•«
JOHN E. IX.HD,
,«-fiWr.
Adjol'ilmi
New W" »t»iln«ter,
■iMSS^tftti^BSM*.    '
lr».jW».V,'llSl.'fl*i*l,n1' '■'■''■ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
lui'mi-taut liujidrlul StalT
TV anted I'rothero
(liinsmitlis, ic.. .y. •. .SJal'-n *   _tmn
I'lotluis Found # Jl'ulioe
To Builders JJTW. B. Toiiiisen.l
gnilu glwtfIt (lohfihbuto
Ttanalay Everalni, jloveml-er m. 18M.
Another CImih-c
m—it Sntrr1"]' uigUt,.»t the Agricultural Halton-rtliCT^atchjp- pity
lots will bo oterwl tor sale*y public
auction.' THs fufmb'time now since
a se'e of'oity lots hoR'taken placu,
anil the result of previous sales, as
far us th? _ifts\l *-t"*c}ias*-f_&?.
concerned, liave lieen such ns to lead
one to expect spirited competition on
Saturday night. In several instances
lots purchased- at: these city sales
have beeii ri-oltl it a good advance,
and in a great inaflywiases *ba-^urr
chasers have irailc bn*theii- propm-ty
and are now receiving a good return in" thp way of rttots. Itis-'i
fact worthy Of lieing remembered
that there is not a good house to be
had anywhere'iii'tlie city. If ft
dozen new 4k>«!»?JS5 fi»%hi*4't<*-5
moiTon iir is -witrosr certain' Writ
every oijOjOf thom ..would have a ten:
uut before the end of the week.-
During, th^'jli-st six .njonths several
people have actually.been compelled
to leave .the, city because^ there *>las
no prospect toll 'beiiig able to get
houses- to Jive in. This state of,
things has 'exiited ii face of j-the
fact that bVi'Tilfng operations daring
the seifson Ijaye beeu lUnusually
brisk, m The number of new houses'
put up.jliaa been vory large,' but not-
large enough to keep pace with the
rapid increase of population; No
sooner is the foundation'laid for a
house than Jit inretttetl, and many
are engaged long before tlie first sod
has been' .timed. In these circumstances it would probably be.ditficult
to find Jit' better investment than is
offered in this city for those who
have nubile**, rgW^'fl-tiiepriiperty1
to he offereaon "Saturday night is
well situated for residences; and if
it goes at'a reasonable priced it would
pay any one to buy and build for the
purpose'of renting. Tlie growth of
this isitft", is -n* likely to j-jtop/with
the present season, For more than
live years iVl'ms now been going on
not o_Sy''Wltnciut'fnteiTUption but
with increasing rapidity. Since the
completion of raifway work agi'eat
many Chinamen haje ..gone away,
and ii great many more \vliite people
have eMdrt<fiu^Ta_Ue-%eliingof'
the biffilf itlttl cbhMecfiiig iii with
the C. P. R., and through it giving
us connection witli the ljiilway.sys-
tems of ti^conjaiiantihas^iveuthu,
city a commercial position second to
that of no'other city in British Columbia, and it remains for our citizens to determine whether they shall
to the fullest extent take advantage
of that position. There is no other
city in the province that has better
railway conimanication, and there
is none whose water communication
is so go*-.- "TiVeKave already pointed out the advantages of a oity that
is situated on a navigable river, and
alluded, to the fact that nearly ell
the great cities in the world are so
sit u a ted., Besides the advantages of
our situation and commercial con
ne_tions, this city, as we have frequently observed, is the natural centre of the fishing industry, the lumber industry, and the agricultural
industries of the district. We have
three large lumber mills already running at their fullest capacity, and
the prospect is that they will be kept
fully employed,,righj; along, The
opening of The railway has dono a
great deal for this industry, it has
brought within our reach the markets of ilr-eInterior of our.ow«'province, antf those for some distance
east of the Rocky Mountains. The
demand for lumber in that region is
rapidly increasing, and the lumber
from this province has obtained an
excellent reputation. The woollen
mill erected .here last summer is
about to receitte its jDaelupery, and
we may expect to see it in operation
next year. This will add an important industry to those already existing, and one that will tend materially
to attnu_*i y*ac l*de, at Uituuriil set-
tleiuent-rt* 'tlii oily Ith not at
all. improbable thnt the application
of the Board of Trade for a railwav
charter to-M*hect thii city with the
railways 'or Tl'ivsWnfeion Territory
and the sound will result in early
operations in that direction. The
building of this road, which is sure
to be accomplished sooner or later,
will place the city of New Westminster in a position wliere she will
be above all rivalry. These facta are
not new to most of our readers, but
they ai-^itarSiptiei'l now fpj- th;_ purpose of informing those who have
lately arrived,,and have not pnid attention to the Subject, and who might
not consider the opening presented
by thr, side of city squares which
takes place on Saturday night. Iii
our opinion of the excellent prospects hefore this oity we are not
alone. Even'the Victoria'papers,
whicli are not accustomed to hnom
New Westminster, ubove, .all other
places, have from time to time been
fo*^toadr|tJb|«K*^Ba
a few viMtV^tlmMmiM
made the following observations, und
the langiiugiHs so appropriate that
we cu-tinob doi better than adopt it
in clo8il%,,tp1■^rt.ol^l;, "Th* investment of money imN»w Westminster
real ert-^'^'JjiMWt*,aMMt\ «f A?,
pnnitintj it..*iihe Bnnk of England.
1-Kt—m—tk-t—mt—*m*^^m*^      ■ — —• _
, Tlint city continues to grow, and
nothing will prevent it from becoming one of our iiiost-iniportnnt centres. . Sow it has railway,,us
woll "..as water ooiiiiuutiictitioti with
all pijrts jof tl$ continent and the
out«r woijfc ft lithe seat nf j«o
grearast ii-Jieiy industry, the centre
of the best agricultural district in
the province, beautifully located for
sanitary purposes; Witli all the modern improvements uuiglit and water
works, and a sterling, energetic lot
of business men,, yip are bound to
keop the city moving onwards.."
WANTED.
i OABINRT MAKHK AT pHtfNIKIUWi
\   (-'urnllm-o Stoiv. ilim'J-.U*
FOR  SALE.
a
Gladys
»7
-fe— M
'. KNOWN R1VKR KfHAM-
mind and In perfect rRftnlns
•tl forme its shtMi-rwaiHii-R
N.B.-Thls would be a fine chanco for
farmers to form n Joint Htoek company
nnd buy a Htemner for their trtulc.
i.wnollml
FORTH
LUM
WANT.
Cloth^Found.
A SUIT OF CLOTHES, !N THK HANUS
. of the Police, f-iippoHcd to Imve been
stolen, Tbe owner can Imve them by
giving (lesurlptlon to tbe rollce Magls*
trnto nnd paying expenseH. If not claimed
within one mouth from date will bo void
topuyexpt-ris-ios.' dno23ml
To BnilderB & Contractors!
T"   ENDERS "WILL fcE RECEIVED BY I
the undersigned up to i> n'nlock Batur- I
dav evening, Nov. 27111, for tho eomple*
tion of the brick, block uuw in couweof |
erection oh Front Sti-flJ. «h follows:
1. Foi- the completion of tho Carpenter
Work.
£ For the Painting.
flijjFor the Tin Work uml Plumbing.
Plans iiml specifications onn be Heen, j
nnd nil information mny be obtained,on |
implication tothe undersigned.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily ;
accepted. jj'* j
dno23tijfT W.H.iTo\yiI©EN]>.
.ff3Tsi JJAW
Capital* $3,000,000;   losses
Paltl, $48,000,000
A^tnlillKlioit -tfSOW
Rates as, Low. as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia. . ...
■ _■ -
W YkUhs promptly taken, nml I.o_.ses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEARSON,
itocTtc (B.GS.*l-.6o.)AOEl*T.
To the Sick.
THE IMPERIAL STAFF OF ENGUftll,
French and Qermnn Physicians, Sut-
goons, Professors and Mpeclatlstsarenow
stopplnf at the Holbrook House. New
Westminster, H.C, and remain until Sundav evening, Nov. 28th, 1886, where they
will treat the Sick for this first trip tree ot
cknrge. As this is lhe Doctors' advertising visit tbey, will treat their patients In
the must approved European manner,
free, so as to establish a reputation in Brl-
itlsh Columbia ns large ns they have In
Europe. Lei every person who Is In nny
way afflict nd' embrace this opportunity of
free treatment from certainly the most
learned stall' of -.urgcons ever visiting tbis
oounlrv. Should your caw be incurable
they will honestly tell you so, and put you
on yourguawl ugainst trnveillnglmpostei-s
who may prevail upon yon to fry some of
their useless nostrums. We nil think tt
better for patients to know exactly what
they.nre suffering from; then they grow
less discontented and arc resigned to
whatever fate awnlts them. Tho doctors
have hnd large experience In the hospitals of England, Ireland, Scotland, France,
Germany, Austria, Russia; in the army,
navy, Soudan, etc. cases treated in important places: Toronto, 3,41)0: London,
1,270; Hamilton.l-OOQj Ottawa, 2,t)00; Qode.
rich, fill); Bnrrie, "(Hi; Plcton, iM; Belleville, 1,11.-.; Kingston, 1,800; Broekvllle,
-D18; etc. Head offices, Montreal. P.O.; 46
Hareourt st.; Dublin, Ireland; ttGayneld
Square. Edlnhnrgh: Victoria Chambers,
London,. ling.: President, i-\ E. Pension,
M. D., M. C. Hi, F. R.O.S., M.P.C.S.,
Eng., late of Dublin; Vice Pres,, Prof.
Auahlnlcck, M. A., I. D., Acndcmie dc
medicine, Paris, France
■Note.-- 8500 will be given loany person
who will semi us a case of tho following
wo cunnot cure: Sulutlca, rheumatism,
dyspepsia, catarrh, nervous debility, skin
diseases, or consumption In tho first or
-second stage. Out of 23,000 patients who
have culled on us wo have refiwed treat--
ment to 12425 because their diseases were
Incurable. This staff of Surgeons have
established permanent offices Tn Victoria,
B.C., nnd will send one or two of its members overy three months to look after
chronic cases In ull cities nml towns where
they hnve patlonts. dno25t8
GUNSMITHS.
GUNS, RIFLES,
 AJSD—
REVOLVERS
Of All DM-rlvllon».
POWDER AND SHOT
.    (AU, KINDS).
CARTRIDGES, SHELLS and
RELOADING TOOLS,
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
am- All Mnll Orders will Ih. sent -r.O.D.
V/e are prepared lo ilo all kinds *t( iimu
Yfmsm nad nnytkta* Ib thr meeknHleal
liar.  Alt work gnnrnatrnl, (innminuy.*
r.le or lireeeh-loa-tlng) In let Ity ihe dny op
week.  Alsu, BnalH Tor hire.
'jobs.:-. oniiROH i Columbia sts.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
-ffeir Kew (.un More. ilui-llir
A* H-i Y«
A V1?l>'ClH(*lr v*K°r eurea haldnesi.
JXX J!iJ* CTfinir Vigor reitores youthful frwlmcuB and color to faded end gray
hair.' It attalu theu result* hy the sUrn.
ubttlon of tha hair root* and color glsndi.
It rejuvenates tho tt A TT> and cleimei lt.
It rtiturcs to tho XXillXi thot, either hy
renson of age or dUoaic_i of the scalp, bu
become dry, hnrih ond brittle, a pliancy and
glouy silken softncfls of extreme beauty.
There Is no dyo In Ayer's HiilflTTr-A'P
and tho cc-od It docs U by tho V *•"\JM\
It Imparl! to ' tho follicles, and j Ibe clean.
Ilnosi i and licnltbfulncas of the condition
iu whlcb It mnlntolns tlio scalp.
A Tn?"0 >£__1L,il' vlIP>r ronew» the liair.
A X .CiXl O Hilr Vl-jor U tbe be* «»
known for Ilmnliy Hnlr, Scald Hoad, Itching
Humors, Teller Sored, Torpid Follicles, and
all other dinrnn-s ot lhe m-alp Uwt cauu
tho fftlliug of tho it a tt> and Ite fading.
NofiildK clcnnscH OiXlAVofthonuIrano-.
of ilauilrtifT no perfectly, nud to utftcluallj
prevents ita rclurn, nn ATRn'a IUm Viooit.
In addition to tlio curatlvo end reiterative
virtual peculiar to Ayer's Hsir -TTTfl/g*P
ItlsntotleVliixni'y. Tho Hulr T'iWJ*
Is by for tho vtcanllcnt Imlr-dreiiing made,
It oftuici tlio lmlr to grow thlok ahd long,
and ki*p« it nlwiys woft nnd gloisy.     <
Ayers Hair Vigor
Contilns no deleterious ln._p-edli.irti.   lu uu
pt-tvetiti oil icAlp disease, secures AJttnit the
, hair f-rowlu-f thin or gray, and eetely cures ull
beldnoM thnt Is Bot or*pnrt#.   'l.\.%)     r
ritEPAIlKn dt
Dr. J. O, Ayer & Co., Lowell, #m,
Sold by all Dragghtl. "     .t
$1.25 j-oftio;- $1,25
DISTRICT OF
1
JUST JSSUK1) BV
prtheMillioi
Just Received by G. P. R.,
n.-"■•Ui*-,"-'.-' |Hl v i *n,;js.\,akV-m
STOVES!
o'clock noon.
By Order ol the Provisional Diiectors of
the Company
M. LUMBY,
Actl|irfB«iStai^V
Dated 17th duy of October, 1886. doc2ttm
l ■.■He-.MSD.t-*.- -■..,:.. W   ** | |   - ■__.,' ,—--■•■■ - ■■■ | ■       ^mm^.j^
6TP EVERY DJISCRIPTION.
BOOTiSHOE
F-AuK-lLiOie.
\m
O-'W
JUST ARR-VKDi
$15,000 STOCK
From the principal Houses of Germany,
France, Great Britain, the United
States aud our great Dominion.
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL  AND SEE MY  STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
BOOtS ant ShOfS, from liOe ninvnnls.
Felt is Rubber Goods t Tiim-Yums
of all kiuils.
Ladles' I Deals' Slippers for Xmu--
tlie loreliust ever seen.
8. Linos of Ladles', Misses' I Children's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
Colonlnl Betel BlMk, ColutMn fit.
tlwnolStc
Price, ttjA
This Map lias been produced at
.{[teat 9pBt,' and givos;li vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in tlie Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of.
the 0. P. R. arid extensions.
BUY A COPY.
_-unr,i,<-H-*l*,.By
rand bros:
Real Estate, Insurance and
financial Agents,
.NKW \VI-:ST,MINS'rEll,VAN(A)UVHll
AND VICTORIA.
f6^6ALEAT
it. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESrMIHSTER AHO VANCOUVER.
.   :*     v..' ■ -r .put* >'-.
These*! Store* Were selected by Mr. E.
S. Spoulkr perspn^Uy,, and are from the
eeletl^ted firmj affvuclpp Bros., Hamp6ti,
Ontario, which is a guarantee that, they
can't be beaten in, quality or cheapness.
Now as the Stovb: Season is i^*rawii% t0 a
cbse, and as we d^tft;intend tb ^Sy7aBp.
Meating Stoves1 over; till next season;1 we
are offering these Stoves SOTfe^tt
ER:; f §AW W W6M IN THIS
CITY. As th-i, wliole stock must be
ojpsed out without*delay, it will.be tQ„your
Interest to come'early and secure BARGAINS. '?. ,    inr2®°?
We alse carry the' largest ,and,,.beat selected stock of Cooking Stoves,. Ranges-
Tinware, Brass Goods, Iron Pipe and Fittings in British Columbia, and our Goods
are Offered;at.ptiqes; that will1 defy competition. *   ;i '•'■
Tinsmithing, Piuhibing and Steam and
Gas-Fitting done by ftrst-claas Mechanics.1
All W6tk o-gavantccd, ,.    ,„:,... ,•■ „,.>:;;,.j ,--
We: keep w, large 'assortment''of .QAfy
Fixtures and chandeliers. *
NOIlOiL
Tke Skuswap tnd 01
m,VI'l4' NIIT-QR 1H.V
■M mainEl tha ntif-k..
i"H)Itnl(«oBli <lflhe f"»u|i»ii5- will liti--el,l
nl thoTimirli'Tir Mnffirh. Iinvle irnoley,
Lnngley sti-cet, Victoria, on Saturday
the 27th day of November next, nt ll!
mm st., m. mn ntm,'-':"--i"
IS. ritBI'AKED   TO   FURKISH   AU,   J
klndn of MoMBUleatal Work. .,
Specinltli?. In Scoteh Grniilto iind IlRlldli-
J-Mtilo..    ,, .-,.'.,. ,   , ,    . ,,   ,
Rollgli hniTFlne SUine for llulldln-n,
1 Anent for Hrller-n OrnflmeBlal Pt.Mrr
Wftrk,  ioq -:. . u,1
■[ peslgiw soon ut Derannterrj* Slioi' store. -,■
P. O. Bqii85''NowWi_,-tminr<ter.   dnpWc
<'\ PiiiviNijiAi.SEiJiiErA'HT'iiplWir
!i'JfthN6vem*ieWl8*l  : ' "
l-ITHKBE)tk"rSte UBOTENASlMW;
create School  DI>Mot>,   In  addition to   ' 111
&7«jeW&te-ys»'«
to,attcf tlio imandiri^Iof-uliitMr Dts- ;:
trict*; it Is hereby notified that His Hon* -
our hns lieeh'plonied toeiwito tho tract-tit "■'   >
title of ttio "Itouml Pralrta School Dfifiv
trlojt, vl(s|(;~Alt jft Tiovn^Mi)^,^ nnrt r,J.,.. .<
 plowed
-   _JiirJesofth6"M>aI-
lumcheenRBhootDlitrlof-MwalUrediand
redefined ns (ollowBirAll o( Townnhlpm
and 7, Osoyoos Division of Ynlp District.
Also, that His Honour h«.bepnplenn«l
to direct. Llitit the iinmc of the "Ornnvlllo
School Wi.iricv» he cliRfi*it*d to "Viiiicoa-
ver School District,'* uud that la bonndu*
ries be nlteretl &i,d redefined ns follows:-
Jhc same aa those ilellned. on the official
.m.up of the CHy of Vancouver, .' ««J ,,
RyComtnnnd. • '•-=''-''t1'' 1n*- ••
JNOj HOBSOK, ,i- • ■
' »dbol7w2 Frovlnelftl_6ecrcUti*y.
r,-|
Also, (hal. Ills Honour has been pleased '
td'airect.tKiiVtKe tkmndar* -* '" - m; ■
Canadian Pacific j C U. MAJOR,
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OF-!-!-
CITY RESERVES
.    —AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
I niac. nt the Arrleilliril 1|*>|!,
In tlie City of Kew Westminster, on  '
Saturday, 27th Nov., 1886,
At 8 o'clock in tlie evening, when the
following lots -.vill be submitted to.pub.
lio competition, - in . accordance | with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884, and amend,
ments thereto, viz.: ,]  ' r .,
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
LoU Nos. II and 4.      J<
Lots Nm. 1.1 to 20, inclusive.
VICTORIA GARDENK-Bloolt B.
•   Lots Nos. 3 to 0, inclusive
Lots Nos. 8 to 16, i   "      i
Lots Nos. 18, 111, 20, JIO, IIS A .'III.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blotit D.
Lots Nos. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 10 to 30,   "
ALICE aARD_5N8-Bli»lt E.
Lots Nos. 6, 8, 0 and 10.'   -
CLINTON PLACE BESERVE-Blook F
Lota'Nos. 1 to 4, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8, 9, 11 &12.
- Lots Nos, 14 to 31, Inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8.1 to 86,'    "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUAKE-Block H.
> V      LoU Nos. 14 to 20, inclusive.
-,. Lota Nos. 23 to 32,   "
L6tsNo_.34t«!44,   " ,
JBT. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.'
LoU Nos. IG to' 18, inclusive.  '
l/)taNM. 24 to 28,       '<
Lots Nos. Sll to 40,      "
SAILOR'S HOME-Blook 1,.
LoU No.. 1ft 2.
MERCIIANW SQUABE-Blook (',. '.
.'.,.    Lot No. tt.
urriio Utsare mostly m liy 1.12 feet.
TERMS-JJ.1J,',per wilt, on the 'all of Ilie
hammer; JWJJp.r cent, in threo lrionths;
and the halance'of tile purehase mone}' In
1 months from date of sule.
ByordeiV .'   * J
A..I. ALPORT, C. M.O.
Cll*,;nicrlels OOlco, -
in    'NewWestminster, Mh Nov., IM
-ii tlnnnnl
.sljsjr
BKAIKR I IVFORTKR IN
DryGoods
CLOTHING
 ANB	
GROCERIES
J
UST RH0EI\"__D IN l>RY 00008,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and matcriul of DRESS
GOODS, including .Cnslnnenjs, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, lllack and Colored Velveteens and Plushes.. COTTONS (bleached
and . unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, 4c. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladles Merino and Lamb
Wool Vosti. .IteRSfiYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
pdllianta,fto., ftc.    ' ', :
Men's Clothing!
' Fer Quality, Htyte, Fit and Price.'
can't Ik* touched.        '
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts,' Cnf".;
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jack-
•U, ftc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool nndKnlt SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladli's' and
Genta' RUBBER GOODS ond I'M-
BRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, ' Rugs, Window tiilcs with
Kings and Mountings, Window Holland
(BurT, Green and Strlpcdl, Damask nnrl
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached nud Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Aroticdown Quits, Table Cloths
and Covers.
IN GltOC-EKll-S
Everything found iu a first-class Establishment, anil none hut the liest. Canned
Goods, Fruit-, MeaU anil V«-ctablei.
I tlon'l .ner I'lirup Vonila. Iit.u'lb.r
IbrinnrhnnItirm. l,„i | aUrr to, Ik.
best anil nt lhe lowest price lliey eaa be
mM ai, anil m iM wkal we reprrsral.
ilhnJJIle
dwiio22m!l'"t *k
E. S. Scoullar fc Co.,
r ri«-      c   *i \: a r *
-GtiUimbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
-Sttl-OEffi
,0" ,;/
HAS  RFXEIVED   A VERY FIN©!'STOCK j'OKi:,' In
NEW
-COKSLSTING 01''-
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds* Flannels. ,,,;;
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
'    Tlie-Mlllineiy.is tdetinrat and liugent Stock on tlie'Mnimnnd.   No
niioil to. go to Victorin. fiw   '""'        '   !i   ;
DRESS OOODS in tlie new lnnterials und shadbsJfoi' tl*J-e«-<-Bii:(i
We will nttoitiim to the foui"us SEA SERGE, which we
lmvo nt various jirices—'il'ti., B0k,'6-2'c. nndr"tSejJ onnnotJibe spoilodibyr
raiii. nnd even though soaked in sea water ov boiled in.soda, will still
retain thy (JRIGINAI, COtOH!
The &EN'rS' DEPARTMENT is tell supplied with Tie8, Bra-
COS, ShirtS, SOCkS, &C,'""' a I1CW "'"' l»«hioiiaUe stock of
Men's Hats. Ac.   ntmmmmMA_ Moid*  TTI
..iiBSA irimniiiDQfl tm®>£- 'k_a._e.
tM--:1 UjNDK.RSIGNEI) has . - , ,       - ,..
$8001) WORTH Of STOCK
——to m>. Roi.ii-
At Cost and Below!
FOR THK  NKXT I^INETY DAYS,
Gum Boots, $6.5<K sold lor W5.00.
Kqually low pvlcoB on nil otlior Rubber Oooiin,   Thete Qttods ate eU American
nmnufaoturo, '- " •' *'''   '*
Men's Boots, §4.50, sell for $3.50.
I.ml ies* French Kids. *«, sell Ior «4.50
Tlie«o (looiis mint i^il|»|KM«l olUnl^iii tlio next 3 month..   If you^wnnt nnv-
t|i|ng in my llMiM USi-ly nntl '-pit")-!**bfioiuej nml yon will initio W*"PS-Ift'l 11
^.ssortj-aent B-acloolsli-. Q-lo-^tdw:, l> i'. ■' '.'^
I  riQUSSEAU.
X*0-R OA8R OWliY.
(1)v^!)mrt
iiuiTHE;INSTANtATO«r'_ ■-.■;
■IN^':'1-:^^I^''''
irji-.j^'i      J-I--J:    i'i ■   I'cKT.   J'1 '
ERASER
Will i'iniov^all' Mr '6'r Fruit
Stains, Iran Rust, Crease or [.
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
,       , .f1l'l:--"-;Tp  IIKllfJjtlS'S   !.«!?
B. C. STATIOHERr & PRINT1HG CO.
Ne^Wflntinlniit-jri'Yniioouver"^ Victoria
, '     llWllOlljtC'
PACIFIC
MAHUFACTU«ER8*l_IPMTtM0f
Farm Wagons,   ,', 3 ll
.-^Bxprewrwagoniii.,:;;;,,
Delivery Wagoaa-, :  ,/"i
' 'AST"  "1   '•■ ' -;J' : ll""'
Carriages, ui
Top Buggies,-.;; "\ .;* '^
',;      ■ Open Buggies,  «n
Phaetons,
Bog Carts,
Brays,
ir]7r.a    ll.il
iiinii'iH imi
Dunip.',OM.t^il»'v
i    Stages,
QAND 'BVBRVTHINO' W.'fflF.I""' *•»
~       '■■ -VlSHIGtl. uysbgntoi i)«" gai
W« hiiV n Inrjp itWk ot nk^ot" "■' ''
tlw abovo nrtiole. on lnnd, also > Urn ■      !
stock' of Wagon and (..mag. Material,
Wheels, \Vo«l and HuiiU'ajre. ].,,■,;,],,■.
ttepalrlll, FnlilKg * TrIwnlis '
tlone at rcaaonable [iricas.  .,,',.   ;  , ;.   ...
In all its Branch**.*..  ,;i   ''        ' !  ■' -11"   v'-*"
Kstimates  given   on'"Irouwork, am!   ■
Contract» tnkoh.    AgriciiliUntt Imple- •     '
monts umile ami repaired, and all kind*    'l|;il
of Ironwock for Saw   MUli,  Lotging      !o
Campa and Favmow, kept in stock and    fiJn
irtode to order. ■    -.,;,,•;,;
Horse-8boelnfr ana General
;i        Joining.
Wo alw keep In utock to snppty the    ■
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, (lumberlnd ■'■''■
Conl, Hoi-flu .wil 0\ Blioea,   Harrowi,
Iron ftnd Stnel Harrow Teeth, Carriage  ,,',,.
Bprint-s and Axles, ahd a complete utock
of Carriage Hard-#atfe. 'h ' 90vS'Ma..t}ii ■■■,.■■■
Partlea rehiring hnyfclibiglh^'ilni',;,!^
will find by inspecting our- atock tliat ni*
tboy dont require to. go to Victoria to vli'<<
get whnt theywont.for they can get a ',.[,
auporior article at 0 reasonable price
-here.' '      '   - ' '  '• " ' * ,savJ
<; We are also manufacturing niid Belling  '    '
the celebrated        ■•• ■■'•    ' {   >■    '•
' victob hay mm «K^;j4/*,J;;,;ll
At voduceil pricofl^   It (» wie Ibpfrc fljirt'   1 >
:;olieape«t fteM in the hinrket.    '   /
' MTWe have got tho boat workmen to he.
hod lu tho ctounMy, and w« Import nwrly 1
cliHsirrs thnt we oould not hnve lion..Sin.
time ago. All material nnd work leavlnr
tlio »iio|i will Wr pmminttnt nrM^miaa
renreaentwl. Qmera trom, tlie countrr
iiiimpllyMtenilKltoj. luDui m ,r I
dwoMmi ■■'■■    m-re a euMit,
ivll 1 vi
[THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
)\   MBM-IHSD |f
tv«ij44»i»^«r«*.*i»y.
[Iiitiih Coiumha Btatiokmy «m> Piimiko Co.
At tlie Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia Hi,
Deliverer! In the City dally.. .2*0, per week
I Mailed dally, one year ,111.00
nailed dally, six months.,  5.S0
ms-mmmmmikmsa, ■■''■
ITnmileatAdT«HlMweiita>—Plratlnser-
tion, 10 oto. per line solid nonpareil* ench
mbsequent consecutive insertion, 2ctn. per
line. Advertisement** not inserted every
lay, 10 ota. per line each insertion.
MaadUu AjveHhemcM*. — Regular
•12 per month; 2 Iuh, S3; \'_ ool. 13.80; JjJ col.
ifl.76; 1 eol. $16.  If Inserted for loss tlian 3
-non. 10 per cent will he added.
, HpMlal N-Mlrn among reading mailer,
(30 cts. per line eaeh tnsertlon. Specials
[-ailing Attention to nd vert [-.onionl*., Huts,
per line.
I Births, Marrlnxi-Ktuid I)eathH,$l for ench
usertion; Funeral NoUcw* InconueoUon
rlth deaths, GO ets. ench Inaertlon. '
I AnrlloH galea* whon displayed, chnrged
' per cent less tbnn trntiBlont advts, If
lid, chnrged at regular trnnslonl rntes,
kHE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
iHsned every Saturday Horning.
t>ellvored In the Oily, per year........	
mnu amiitiiim um.
The adtanoa agent of tha imperial
stnf of phj«iciaiu ean bo consulted
frae at the Holbrook house. Speoial
rediedicB, which are recommended
from all parte of the world, are guaranteed to cure what ia promised of
them, and th* doctor would, like all
tho afflicted to gi»o him a ealt.
" Irife insuranco men remind us
We can make ourwiveisublime;
Aud departing leave behind us
Widows Worthy of our timo.
We will give them such a aend-off
On the life insurance plan,
That when we departing end off,
They can scoop some other man."
. —-=*== : r-
Corna cause intolerable pain.* Hollo-
way's Corn Cure removes the trouble.
Try it and Me. what an amount of pain
is saved. - ■
—+—, 4.~_-~4> 1 H-tf
Piaso Timwo.—Mr. G.W. Jordan, of Goodwin & Jordan, Victoria,
will visit New Westminster during
this month. He comes highly recommended; Orders for tuning: o( repairing may be left at Mr. Pearson's
Btore. dnolUtc
—. i. ji ... r*r'.    ■ 1
Commons Election.--Wo are authorized to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field ua a candidate for the
seat in tho fllc-»e,.6f Commons reh-
dered vacant by the death of our
late lamented' representative, Mr. Homer.    q dwoc26tc
.-iS|,icrpEjf-i_V;phiniinian waa fouiid
j hanged l-oH'tita about a mile out of
Hope on Sunday last. Mr. Donald
McGregor and others who wore coming
out from Granite Creek were summoned on tho QOfOttelj'ii' jury who held nn
innucBt ana returned a verdict of suicide.    .. .. '■''    ',, Jt''     .'   ',,;'.'
—*—~T* *    ' .-—r-rr—■.
Annual Di»bbh.—The members of
  - — a    -■ I ^-   ^** '***n**rewi arid .Caledonian so-
A choicejot of Rl^lidSMW^Wl^JiJr in this city will celebrate their
' EXi_E]OTO_RS
—OF—
New Westminster District
GENTIjEMEN.—Ar ft suenessor to yonr
kite representative in the tioiumons will
noon have to. lie elected, I hereby announce myself u candidate for thc portion. . .
I purpose publishing an address lu
which I will give my views on the most
important questions affecting your interests, and will visit the different settlements and. uddress the electors before
election day,
In Politics, lam antl will he thokouou-
LY INDEPENDENT.
Yours respectfully,    .
d1woo25tc . T^J. TRAPP.
iuser-
sub-
■L-qu'eat-
SMmdlHg AdTertlMmeiiit.-For 1 Inch,
Bi,60per month: 2 Ins. 13perm.; 3 Ins, md
Ier mT: 1 eol. $12.75 per tn.. If insor-*-1 '"»
mm than 8 mos. 10 per cent will   '
I) these rates.
Special notices among rending matter,
its. per line euch Insertion,
j «.■!_■ mustbeallmeta
In extra rate will het
I iserted In either lssi
ic cuts
idvt,
ll.
ItS
k tSoinmbian
tTkandar Ef ealll. Kov.mber II. ISM.
[-oata at J. Ellard & Co. 'a. Millw
The tea ship Eudora finished unload-
og at Port MiK><bji>dij{ i .-n a M
A Vancouver Chinainaii mis lieen
find f275 for soiling opium without a
For Sa-fl4*otel. -WWiJai good paying
'mslness; cheap. Apply at Woods,
-urner & Gamble, jyUtc
- Tha Mexico went up to Port Moody
E o-day and took on board 12 car-loads
P'oal oil for SanFrancisoo.   ■. .
a The through train was four hours
;>ehind time tq-day',,)'!!!*! *tyl*JI; "a*
aused somewhere in the east.
All Ontario and Manitoba nre now
i.n a state of terrible political ferment
]Jn account of the local elections.
J Mr. W, fi. Townsend asks tenders
for the completion of. the Chinese
f-'rick block on Front st. See adv.
_ Just in time, ior sending East, n
[plendid lot of Prang's prizo Xmns
|'arda at J. Ellard & Oo. 'a.   nolOlw
, The seoond Meet-haul tfie Yoriel
|Iub wiU r te W ii_*>*HM*Hiffi
I n Monday eveuing next at 8 o'clook.
. The turn table is nearly finished at
Pook Square, and will soon be ready
iir use,. It is, tit. t>*il** turhtabft
fiestofYale. VUSffiUTl.. LUTUIUU
' N. P. Stramberg, tuner and regula-
fir   of Pianos   and Organs.   Work
laranteed.   Leave orders at T. It.
earwn & Co'.. :.■">■ '- "U dnoSMto  -
Last Sunday the fire hall, fire en-
ne, aud alL the fin apparatuawaa
irned at Perts^je Ln Prairie, Maivl-;
The Philharmonic Hall, Victoria, as
Mplace ot amusement ia a thing of the
^.^t^-sMUgxt
Before deciding en the plan of your
r .e at., and combine economy with utility
'nd beauty. .,dw-Ml3to,
I On Tuesday, morning a burglar got
way with $95, a Waltham watch, a
iold chain, and some other articles
p-elonging to J. Mahrer.of theNanai-
fno brewery.
While a Santa Maria (CaL) farmer
. vas gathering hia pumpkins the other
IJ vith choice honey.
|a For a few daya thia week we have
'.lad quite severe froat, but the cold
iiffave is now past and we are rejoicing
-gain in the balmy breezes that fan
I'egetation into new life.
' A by-law to tax taverns and liquor
ihops KMO and 1600 respectively is
lefore Toronto city council.   It con-
11 In addition to onr new stock of spring
.floods we have opened an invoice of
_ Diagonal., Weat of Englaud Broadcloths
j md French   Casslmere..    Walsh th. I
Model Tailor. HiRBtnV Wa'uh, Man-
'agar. apiltc
|' A beautiful wKte' swan ineuaiiring 8
Woet from tip to tip and 6 ft. t> from
i tho bill to the tall, has been on M-
i 'libition at "Dutch Bill's" for the past
I 'ew days,, Jt ,waa oaptursd at Pitt
River.
This is thanksgiving day throughout
{.he United States, and the wires:art
Mown near Seattle. Either of these
' auses wonU pmbably be. aufticient to
lloeount for the absence of our tele-
{[rams to-day.        , ,
J It was Wowing a gale down at Vicioria yeaterday, the wind having a
■olooity of from SO to 60 miles an
>iour.   Up here we knew nothing of
t, a holy calm as it wero, pervading
he mainland all the time!
We take pleasure In recommending
Hall's Hair Renewer to our
jrestores gray hair to ita youl
prevents baldness, makes the hair soft
ind glossy, does not stain the skin, and
■a altogether the best known remedy for
j   Aa a result oi the minding of the
I Island railway, a gentleman who re-
"jontly travelled over ttie linoroporta
J ;hat several tmota of fine fanning land
J dong the line are being opened up by
•lew settlers, who by next season ex-
wet to be able to ship to Victoria
(uaiititiuts of -JI kinds of grain and
■oota.—roil.. ,
Ayer's 8arupaijlla thoroughly cleanses
rhe blood, stimulates tho vital functions,
«md restores the health and strength.
•' nd often a sense of disoonragement and ' *-leo1-'10 °*'   **
cspoudenoy.   Featns having this feting ahonld take Ayer's Sarsaparilla to
annual ffestival (if S(. Andrews li'dxt
Tuesday evening with a dinner at the
Colonial Hotel, A fow tickets which
roinain unsold can be obtained from
tlie dinner committee,   i J , .     f)ill
Light.—The large gas lamp placed
on Front atreet at the foot of Douglas
has boon: lighted for the post two or
three nights. The light is perhaps
scarcely as powerful ns one might expect for one of three hundred candle
power, buti the water front and the
railway track in the vicinity are fairly
well lighted and tho lamp will he of
great service r as a beacon to boats plying on tho rivor.
Viotosia AorrtrMN AssiniES.—At the
Victoria autumn assizes prisoners were
sentenced yesterday by Hon. Mi-. Justice Cramc, lis follows: T. McGovern,
larceny, two' years in penitentiary
with hard labor. Edward Hughes,
stealing from person, six months' imprisonment-with hard labor.' Ah Sing,
}ierjury, two yoars in penitentiary with
inrd labor, Tai Ho, unlawful and
malicious assault upon Yenk Lin; a
.Chinese girl, one i year on the lirst
count and .one. year ou second .count,
in penitentiary, running concurrently.
Christopher Webb, unlawful wounding,
one year-from date of commitment,
r.whioh was' August IOtJi, 1880. The
venue waa: changed in the Embleton
case (procuring abortion) to Nanaimo
whero it will be tried at next assizes.
The superiority of  Mother Graves-
Worm Exterminator is shown by ita good
effects ou the children.   Purchase a not-
give it a trial.
■•■':■   r'^lWnjll,;,;.,;
Mr. T. E. Pearson went down to
Victoria on the Rithet this morning.
Asst. Supt. Downio came over on
the train which oame in at 15:45
o'cltfok.
Registered at. tha Colonial to-day:
Geo. B. dragg, Montreal; U. J.
Cambie, Heatings; F. Keho, G. F.
Kyle, Moody; John Ferguson, North
Arm; A. Schrawz, San Francisco; A,
F.'Uvane, Brandon,. .
We understand that Mr.KJ. F. Kyle,
well known in British Oolumbia mil-
L way circles, haa been appointed niiiii-
' ager of the Tread well mine in Alaska.
Mr. Kyle is a thorough business man,
nnd is veiy popular in this province.
Messrs; W.C. Thompson, merchant
of Granite Creek, J, K. Barrett and
H. A. Costigan, of the Inland Revenue
Department, J, D. Humphries of the
Goodyear Rubber Co., Toronto, and
Jno. McClary, a London capitalist,
wero among the nut-gohtg passengers
on to-day's train.
' »5»;. Di
Mr. Juhn Hyde, president uf tho
Pluqng.. bureau nf railway literature,
has arrivod in Victoria, nntl will write
a descriptive handbook of the Canadian Pacifio routo for tlint company.
Will ho consider New Westminster
worth describing? ur will, -.he, like the
press ci.rrespondents whoavefurnhhod,
with passes ovw the O. P. R, carefully know nothing about it. It is not a
little amusing to see how thusu follows
who trawl over tha p. P. U. on And-
head tickets exhaust themselves in'
descrihing the place thnt Vancouvor is
to bo, while- the Fraser river,, tho j
"grent artery'.' of-the province, and
the magiiificont' conntrv . nlong ita
bnnka, and the Royal City, aro left
oat as thingi altogether unworthy of
notico. Victoria, hdng the capital'
and the ultimate destiny of nearly
every tourist, tuuully gets a tolerably
fair show, bat \i is only onee in a whila
thnt ono of these profesiionnl writers
of descriptive pamphlets duet justice
to the mer interest*. We hope that
Mi. ■ Hydo will Aot be led into the errors of hia predecessors, but will take
a look at us nnd oven run through
some of the magnificent farms of the
district, before completing his invest*.'
cations.  ^
Mr. Hheuhan, of Oscoda, Mlcb., writes:
"I lmvo used Dr. Thomas Klcetrlc Oil
on hones fo.* different disease, and found
it to lw just as you reeommendtd. It
has done justice to me every time, aid tt
1 'ie belt Oil for bones I ever usell."
the naute " Ur, Thomas
it ou froni of the wrnpjtev,
as there ere imitations of it.
 ,   '      'i i"ii .ii j L-j in
O. E. Comstock, Caledonia, Minn.,
writes; "I was suffering from thc most
excruciating pains from inflammatory
rheumatism. Ono application of Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil afforded, almost instant relief, ami two hottlcs effected a
permanent cure.
Passengers Per €.P.K.
By Telegraph.
Rogers Pass, Nov; 25.—The following passengers passed this place un
the Pacifio express to-day, and are
due at New Westminster and Port
Moody to-morrow:; H. W. Wood*-
worth, wf and family, S. Young, W.
Tatlow and wf,W. Dennan.J. Uruuke,
Thos, Shotbolt and wf, Norris Evans,
wf and family,.(}. D. Edwards, Mrs.
Gibson. J. O. Hard man. ;.
,    A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
yx^lved at T.R. Pearson ft (To.'s  ool7td
Granite Oreek.
THE IATEST HEW8 FROM THE HEW ELD0M09
Mr. Donald McGregor, well known
on this pnrt of the mainland, iu Cariboo, and throughout the .province in
general, arrived from Granite Creek
yesterday, after an Absence of about
fifteen months, nnd was welcomed
back by his many old friends in thi*
eity. He reports, winter as having
begun in earnest iu the Cascades before he left, everything being frozen
up and work stopped at Granite
Creek, excepting in drifting diggings,
and when his party wus crossing the
aummit on the way out snow was 18
inches deep on the trail and atill. falling. The miners, * however, were in
hopes of having some bpen weather
vet, and uf being able to finish working their olaims in the bed of the
creek this. season. Thero is still
about P00 feet of ci :ek claimB to be
worked out, which is likely to yield
pretty. well; but when this is done
mining mil be principally 'confined to
benches. A few have done fairly well,
this year and one or two have made a
small raise. Qno minor, a Mr. Begg,
is reported to havo taken out 60 lbs.
weight of gold. Of the three thousand
who flocked to the mines last spring
about 100 White men and 150 Chinamen are remaining, nnd these intend
to winter thero, the cost of living being
not very much greater than it is un
tlie coast. Iu Mr. McGregor's ouinion
and thnt of the most experienced miners, thero are rich gold deposits in the
Similkameen, country whieh some ono
wilt be fortunate enough to striko
some dny and make his pile, though
prospecting up to the present time hns
been rather discouraging. The spots
where gold is found in the beds of
creeks are, according to the theories of
geologists, accumulations of tlie mineral which has been washed from time
to time from some rich source in the
mountains, but although gold has been
found in small quantities in every
stream in the Similkameen country
prospectors havo failed to find the rich
sources of supply. A great denl of
prospecting ha* been done tliis year,
and a great deal is likely to be done
every year in future. Some time ago
a report was circulated that
two men had struck it rich on
Kettle i Creek, in the gold range.
It, created quite an exeitement at
Granite creek, and n party was mnde
up, in which was Mr. McGregor, and
sent out to prospect. They had to
travel about 200 miles and woro away
six weeks, returning, however, without finding anything, Tbe Granite
Creok exeitement is now a thing of
the past, but while it lasted, our informant snys, it " Was a good mie."
Reports wuuld come in every twenty-
four hours of new strike*, when men
would pack up at mice, either night or
day, and leave for the scene nf the reported discovery. The undue booming whieh the diggings received is said
to have been due not only to ihe
hotel keepers, but to a large number
of railway men and others .who bad
never been in n mining camp before.
When n color wss fuund the*/ imagined they liad struck the right, lead to
a fortune, aud naturally felt like let*
,tiug thoir neighbors know uf it, nud
in this way reports were started.
The Ukftiiawii Hull war-
Mr. Thp*. Patterson, late uf Roll,
■Larkin & Patterson, and now interested in the construction of the Shuswap and Okanagan railway, bns re-
Ottitly returned from a first trip to
line district through which ths railway will pass. To n Cdnnitt representative he said thnt tho survey under Mr. Perry hod ulready proceeded
shout fifteen miles, and that the line,
though having nuiro curves thnn ho
had first supposed, wuuld be of oasy
grade and readily constructed, not
cutting more than $20,000 per mile.
The extent of arable land in the dis*
trict was a surprise to him, and he ro
garded It ss the most promising field
ior agriculture in the province. Thoro
were hundreds of thousands ot acres
suitable for wheat culture, which' aro
known to produce exceedingly l;u_-u
orops, the farmers now in thu .li.-ti-.ct
securing ull the wny frnm .'JO tu 50
bushels to the acre, thu avemuu crop
being about 'XI bushels to thb acre.
During the lata year I liu bfiich lands
Iiavf been -t-'Wed ns tn Ilioir eipituby
ta*i wheat gvuwing, n-td (hey show
thut a filler quality \j j-r.uu can bo
grown on tlmm ttian i'n'tho valleys.
No irrigation in necessary in either
valleys ur bunchi-*. This exception*
nlly fnvorablu c miiii.-t. of things is
owing to the fjrt iiml the r.ttitriot lies
between the Shuswnp pvib'S of Inke*
and Okanagan hike, mul iliim ilu. l-mri
Is given moro Kqiipiifftl Mull tfh.iiliifi-*,
snd the snow from the hill* survuiind-
ing tho valloy.nl.mudd** in, it« moist-.
tire.   Even In (fie  drient soisuti liy
digging a few inches - thc soil is found
to bo moist. Last season was an extremely dry one, And yet tho . average
wheat crop "ner hoto ivas 1,000 pounds.
All this poeaia-pnive, Mr. Patter-
sou thinks, that when tho district secures railway connection with the C.
P.-R. it will beihiblftd to grow sufficient, grain to supply the coast markets with flour, oven in competition
with the Northwest and Oregon mills.
Already through Oknnngan are a number of small flour mills for local markets, aud thoro ^.Hns now been
completed n large 'four-story mill by
the Columbia Milling Co. This is
situated ut Lainbly's Landing, and is
capable of producing from 100 to 150
barrels daily by roller process. One
of the firm, Mr. Xjaws, in a practical
miller of large experience ami having
t-estod various qualities of wheat in the
States and Canada, is ot opinion that
Okanagon wheat is thc beat ho has yet
seen for roller process ilour. They'
have now enough wheat on hand to
Dm the season. Gray and Dm nble ton
of this city, have under construction a
light draught steamer for thi* firm to
run at all seasons of the year when ttie
river is open, the present steamers not
having sufficient depth of water in the
dry season.
•' It is also stated, lllh, Patterson said,
tlmt tho Beddoo timber limit at the
hoad waters of the Spallumcheen river
have been seeured by a capitalist who
has a contraot to supply white pine
lumber to an English firm, ana thc
quality of pine in this region is just
what he wants. The troes are from
five to six feet through. If ho pro-1
ceeds with the work, lie will establish
largo sawmills at Sickamoose Narrows
and ship tho lumber to the coast, and
from thonee by vessel to England.
, Mr. Patterson considers there is uo
better field for a profitable return to
the. province than tliat offered by the
Okanagan valley, and he feels quite
sanguine that the railway through f rom
lake to lake will be built. It would
not.'only affect the fifty miles of country through which it. traverses, but
would tnp the lateral valleys, and by
steamer communication on Okanagan
lake would provide connection with
the large district adjacent to that sheet
of wnter.—Gdonist.
A dilapidated PiivsicyuE may be
built up and fortified against disease by
that incomparable promoter of digestion
and fertilizer of tho blood, Northrop &
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Curo. It counteracts Biliousness,
and Kidney complaints, overcomes bodily
ailments, special with the feebler, sex,
causes the bowels to act like clockwork,
and is a safeguard against malaria and
rheumatism.
Surrey Council.
Council met at the town hall, pursuant to adjournment, on the 20th
inst; all members present. Communications received and filed from the
hon. minister of the interior, Hun.
Wm. Smithe, aud Messrs. Woods,
Tomer & Gamble. The bull and stallion by-law was advanced a stage.
Councillors Stewart and Robinson
were appointed a committee to examine ana report on .lohn Johnston's
contract on the Johnston rood; John
Jackson was awarded tbo contract to
construct a ditch from tho road ditch
to the river, south of the Nicomekl,on
the Coast Meridian, for $35. W. A.
Murphy offered to repair the covering
on Nicomekl bridge, Hall's Prairie
road, for $3; offer accepted. Sixty
dollars- was .appropriated to bo expended on the Hue of the Clover Valley road,' north of'the Yale and Hope
wagon road. Several accounts wore
ordered pnid. Coun. Bamford gave
notice that he will introduce a by-law
at next meeting to provide for an additional polling station at municipal
elections. Coun. Stewart gave notice
thnt he will introduce a by-law to establish a certain highway at next
meeting. Council adjourned until
Saturday, Dee. llth, 1880, nt loVock
p. m.
The Great • French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Due's Periodical Fills., These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which ara known to act
upon the Generative Oraam in Females.
They ara first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, nnd by this means made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate. Ask ns for private circular.
A. M. Heruino & D. S, Cmms A Co.,
New Wostmlnster; T. McNeeley, Lud*
iter's Landing; H, McDowell A Co., Vancouver; Pimbury & Co., Nanaimo; T,
Pii-kni'-l, Dcmnan Island; A. ft. Johnson
A Co., Chemainus; R, B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney k Rro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hustings Saw
Mill CoV Va-JMm}- The Vinoouve*
Drug (to., Vancouver} J. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. H. Megaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
& Co., Kamloops; Lamii.kv it Co.,
whol-Mtulc nc-enta, Viotoria.     dwsc*28yl
Wholesale (.ity Market.
per WOllm.......
Hoot,
Pork	
Million       "  .'...
lUile-lvr'n)"        .._ J....
Potaloos     " ..,:......<.....
Ttirnllw      " 	
Ctirnif-r       "  « «
I'nmnlps    '!	
Boots "  ......
CnlilmKe     "	
Onions       " .      	
Applos      '"   '      wl.
Pours "  -,....
Wli.nl-        " .1.1™
Outs '• 	
Pons " 	
Ilny,       por (on   •	
Iliiiti'i-(i'iijl.s) peril	
ClieOKe, "   	
Kliinr,      ponlos	
(loose,       emtli	
Dlieks •'        	
(Jlilokeiin, per puir.	
Turkeys, por Hi....	
Cnnlwoou irt't ir I li per cord.....
....SUDD*. 17 M>
.... 7 50 (.« II DO
 tt50.il 0 00
.... SW (rt OUO
.... 1175(1) 0 00
 0 37 |i» 0 75
....0*0(1. 0 75
.... 0 7.U. 100
.... 0 75 J* 100
.... II SOU 100
.... 1 25 M 2 00
.... 1 OOM 2 50
.... 2 00 & 2 EO
.... tm» 175
.... 1 12® 125
.... I Milt 175
....10 110(1.00 00
.... 0 iica 0 JIO
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.... 0 28 (Jt 0 80
.... 150(1. 175
.... 0_5(rS OJKI
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.... 3 00 on 4 00
Surface Indications
'What a miner would very properly teiifl
•-'-.t.rf-u*oiii'UeutiQttB,,of whst Is beneath.
aro Iho Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyas,
Boils, mid Cutaneous Ki-iiptlons with
-which people ur« amjnyrd In spring and
early so rami1 r. The f'ifcti? matter aceumii-*
luleil diivhijj tho whiter months, now
mat..--, iltf'pi-i.sence folt, through Nature's
eiidcurors lo expel it ■fiom tlio system.
While it remains, it Lh u poison that festers
in tite blood nnd may,develop into Scrofula. This nmilitlon euuses deniugemcut
of the digestive and assimllutory organs.
with it tooling of enervation, languor, and
weariness*—often lightly spoken of ss "only
spring fever." These aro evidences thnt
Nature is not able, unaided, to throw olf
the eomint ittonw which weaken tho vital
force*'. To regain health, Nature must bo
uiiled by a ihor.-nigh hlood-purifyingmcd-
iejiie; nud nothing else is no eit'eetlvoas &
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufficiently powerful to expel
from the ny-tiem even Uie taint of Hereditary Scrofula.
- The medical profession indorse Aykr'S
Sausaparilla, and many attestations of
the cures effected by it como from all parts
of the world. It U, in tho language of
the llou. Francis Jewctt, ex-State Senator of _Miiss:ii:husett-i and ex-Mayor of
Lowell* "tlie only preparation that docs
real, lasting good."
PKKFARED BY
Dr. J. G, Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for $D.
D. Drysdale & Co.
■!>'.-.
liave 'hmv in Stork a Complete Assortment of
■l 1  liffVHt.
I Beautiful photographie panoramic
views in British Columbia, $1.00 iter
set at T. R. Pearson & Co.'a. *
nT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Hen-Ices cv-
n ery Sundny at 11 a. m. and 7 p. w, in
tho Church, Bt. John Btreet, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially Invited. 8un..avNchO')lut'2.30p. m.
..- (fe38W)
MKTHODTST CHVRCH, Mary At.
Itev, G. Wattton, Paetor, Services at
tn.and7p.m. Sunday School and
Bible Class 2:80 p. m. prayer Meoting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially invited. '       Je7*tc.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Un-
nio pastor; meets hi the Court House,
Service), nt U a.m. and 7p.m. Sabbath
School und Bible Class nt 2.:.t) P.M. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'oloekS
Strangers cordially Invited. nplBto '
Jt      VSIOX LODGE No, 0, A. F.
WJ©JU * A. M.-The regular Com-
jL^ munleatlons of this Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on the first Monday In eaoh
month.t Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited toattend D. WILSON,
feffiMc Socretary,
BRIGKS!_BRIGKS!
FOIt  SALE-A   I.ABOE (JUANTITY.
Applylo
Vf. B. TOWSSEND,
tlno-ml.- f    -
SITUATION WANTED
BY A MAN WHO IS COMPETENT Tp
keep books, look nfter a store or other
mercantile business, collect, canvass, or
tako chnr-'cof n butchering bitBlness, or
would undertake almost nny honorable
employment.   Apply at This Oilice.
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DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Mttiiufnctithjrs and importers of
Harness,, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,.
Executor's Notice!
la Ihe nailer orthe Eslale af V. KImUp,
■ d-HH-ttseil*
X-Ut PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
J\ ngalnst the Estnte of the late F. Kimble nre requested to present the same on
or before the 16th day of December next,
and nll poraotw Indebted to the said Estate nre requested to sett I**1 tho same on or
before the said date.
H. M. COOPER,
Executor,
New Westminster, Nov. 10, ISSU. ,  dnlflm
.KTOTXOB-
T HAVE APPLIED TO THE MINISTER
1   of ttio Interior for n license to cut timber on the following lands, embracing in
all 1000 acres:
S. W. \i Section ll, Township is.
N. E. fractional part Sec 11, Township 1".
N. Vf. % Secllon 12, Township 15.
H. fractional % Section 13, Township 15.
' N.K Section % Township ia
AU alttinted in New Westminster District,
B.C.
II. WEST.
Langley, 10th Nov,, 18SU. - dnoISml
British Colnmbia Miniug ana
mining Company (Limited).
.iSSESSMEXT NO. •.        '
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbutnn
ri Assessment of ONE CENT per share
bus been levied upon the members of the
abovo Compnny, payable nt the Company's Ofiiee, Lnngloy Street, Victoria.
Thc stock on which the nbovo assessment remains unpaid after the lst day of
December next, shall from and after that
date be deemed delinquent*
Dated 12th November, 1880..
By order of tho Directors.
GEO. A. SARGISON,
1 dnOlStd Secretary.
kick Club
UNDER A COMMITTEE   OK   MAX-
agemcnt.a Quadrille Club has been
organized In this City,
Tho Club tnoeta overy nltornate Tuesday
and promises to be a complete succpsa.
Gentlemen wishing to Join are request-.
ed to bond In their names as soon ns possible either to Mr. M. WOODSiSoc; Mr.
A.lUflumih or Mr. GARIOCH, Pres.;
from whom full pntiliuilttrs can ho ob«
uin-'it.    . dnnlOml
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Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises,
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ox
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A now mnp of British Columbia just
issued hy tlm government, for salo nt
T. K. l\:;ir_.')n & Co's. .The best mnp
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Job pHnting of all kimls neatly done
at the Co-.tfMi.iA!. ofBco^ Prloea irl|l be
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lln* pre'vince.--Aih. „        ,
Onmi-liaii I't-iiltci' nnd Hynmnl, with
ti.uu (for l-Vcibyterian Church), at '!'.
U Veavson ik (fft.'s, New Westminster
ami Ornnvillc. *
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iiit-iits of Salo, ami blank forms of all
IcIiiiIh, at Ti R. PoavSon 9c Co*s.        *
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FBEE
For iho lu.lamio of 1886, ineluding the
mitminoth holiday number, to nil who
hui.sf-rl he now for mt, ■:
Willi tho Jamtnry Issne THE WEST
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iiiiml.(-t-i.oi!tnIiis orlglnnt lllnstrnUoin: of
Ko-'iiiTv, towns nml trulnstrlos In tho Pa-
clil.'XorthwuKJtCiitiultnginoxcellencetl-e
hns. productions of l-._i_.tern mngtislnos.
Tlio coiitribiitod ni'tioles, gonemi litorn-
iuro nml stories nro ontorUdnlngnnil carefully oillui.., mukliiK the nmptziuo a
ohasle family visitor, Tho C-.mmoi.ts 6n
events of Inlei-cHt to this reirlon and the
Inrgo amount of information concerning
our various resources nnd the progress of
development given in -ivory number render ll extremely vnlunble. Nofnmtlj enn
afhmltodo without it, nnd every one IK
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went or desirous of learning its resources
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KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVU l'OR MANV VKAKS SUPPUtel) THI! WKST BNB WITH
o-celluiit Bread aiul superior llroceri.8 liavo ]iut piilohawd Mr. W01i.'«
Ir-nrffi of the Bakory, lately owned hy P. Kllnlile, on Columliia Street, and will keep
tlio two houses open for tlio acooinmodation of tlio publio. Thay enjjtg. to supply ,
floods of the very liest description and ttt the lowest possible juice.
_ar Qoods dclivcml to all parts of the (Jily free of charge.
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<,o\e*-*r -li. in**
Joseph dook Interviewed.
HIS OPINION ON A LOT OF SUBJECTS.
Joseph Cook, who U known every-
"liore m l|*|% wi" know MiythiiX-J,
was int-_Ki|ilM» fSlot,c rirpurtw»»
the ocMil'-Ji -» visit tn Toronto
lately. Speaking of his visit to Manitoba he aaid: "I was much struck with
the extent of the goulvelicat lund
north-west of SlrFaiu. Tf lien 1 was
in Winnipeg 1 had a call from a college pi^teaoii^aiid -usk»l im* how fai'
north the gooil wheal" HikTextcilded.
He said, 'to the Peace Riveg'^ lJQ.fi -
ed at the map and found that, taking
the Peace River as the northern limit,
there w»iiopto good land-north and
west of »B. raul i'lari" east aiid south
of it Mr. Taylor, our consul, at Wirt-
nipeg says there are three belts into
which North America may be divided
—the cotton belt, the limine bolt, anil
the wheat belt, and that three-fourths i
of the good wheat land  is in Canada.
nSfSSSSsi
can linug,' mid Huifl-itirtit help to bring
down rates. I was very much impressed with the region about Puget
Hound in British Gpkipbia. - The mi»-
erals and fo'reBto are 'h srimwof '^-reat
wealth. It, appears to me a great future awaits the city of Victoria, and
perhapsTKe cifybT "Tahcbuver."
"'Have you formed any idea as to tho
destiny of Cai   *  ""   '""'       	
few  Amelia
this subject. ___    _	
cannot annex. Tt can only accept
proposition. 1 doubt whether there is
any very large number of people in
Canada who desire annexation, i
hardly ever hear the subject discussed.
Canada must decide for herself what
her destiny is to be.    X   rather  hope
pungent speaker, and has a great deal
of wit nnd humor and ethical j power.
He has been accused of talking irrev*|
erently, but he must be judged in the
long course by results. If men are
brought into new Hvob by his teaching, he will be approved.on the whole,
by history,"
.he great
slunk in-
■ug-*.j *
;ahijit;
ith the
thatyn
British1
depent
should ftAardJ!
way house  Fo
U. S."
"I suppose you have paid some attention to IriBh questions $ I •    I -'
'** Yes. Most Americans are iu favor
of some application of the principal of
federation to jfce cute of Ireland, but
they think it a<*&»]|ipci*lt letter to
settle on accogpt/< w$. o^mpttimtions
introduced fb^WnWlbmHon^ftf race
and creed. Canadians ought to be
able to give Great Britain some advice
as to the.mcthod of . dealing, with differences of race aiid creed, You have
tVe problem here in a good deal of
complicity, and if you can solve it you
can teach Great Britain how to govern
the North aiid South of Iroland. I du
not say tliat'Americans favor any definite scheme proposed by Hr. Gladstone or anybody else, but, on the
whole, we favor f^qraJism, liko that
of the Dominioii-fittr^Hr.oWn.-'vWe.
liave some Home Rulers that we hope
will go home to rule. At the same
time the .Irish immigration has been
very valuable. YoU'veiy^ rarely find
anarchists among the Irish immigrants.
The Am«tieim*peoi^e-ry*B(iid-Mri-6ook-(-
continuing the train of thought suggested by the last remark, "are determined to treat anarchy witli great
sternness and decision. We allow people to talk very freely. Mere talk is
shect-ltoitninl, but when people begin to Crow* boftbs f fr are going to be
severe 'wjg Jtftfif $ I think it was a
miBtakff f<5r the Knights*"of Labor at
Richmond to express any sympathy
whatev«tfor the anarchists at Chicago.
TheKnigbtaof Labor are; ft powerful
organization, and shouffl be able to
effect important reforms. Of most of
them it cjtfi be said thut they are not
Socialists* JLJblabor refonners were
as sensil*/jjWojdtriy. the millennium fww^K|«vnug)it be'oonsid-
ered a<^pi)roacU|iy 'JBp W y rate, *he
is a vevy%^h\S^dUn^_v 1>. think
better, howefer,, of-Chief llfrineer
Arthur. The most sensible i*gani»-
tion in the United States seems to! e
the Brotherhood of Locomotive -Engineers, They have never made any
rash demands, ajul they have the respect of the American people. They
do not go into politics as a body. We
in the United States believo in labor
bureaus and laws for the protection of
women*>njfchildren in.factories, in
Ueeping^ipVohien's wages to a reasonable figure, and in educating the
children. We cannot endure au ignorant population. Our institutions
are such that the people must be intelligent. We coula not survive the effect of -fl^&e illiterate vote. 'Yet,
although j§titfyt;$fo refcrrast then
till of the
ribf'
Americilri^eo^Io to" spoliation bf landlords or capitalists." _^_m______m
"Do you think that Christianity or
infidelity is growing the faster ?"
"ChriB.tiauity, immensely.   In
the   pioprirttti   of . tlie    Protestant
Churoh members to the whole population of the United States was one to
fifteen. Now it is one to live. I don't
think I^C^ftl^^-jJeS'tl^-'^yi
in pn)p^|Tpq^l>uaflo^ fty^
"What do you think of the Salvation Army?"
"I think it cannot be praised or condemned without Qualification. 1 think
they are too iit^veiwit in tKe„treet-
inentof sacred ItuUi. And, yet, they
do a great deal of good with a curtain
portion of our population. A great deal
depends on ihe leader of tbe linnd. If
be is a sensible man. tilings may go
very wfell. pp." ihe whole. They do
much more good than" harm. Tlie
ininistei-k I meet generally Bpeak well
of them, although they criticize some
of their methods. But it is of im
mense importance that every mnn,
woman and child should hear the pun
Gospel. If the churches do not carry
the Gospel to tho slums and attics and
alloys, the cku|cUes cw^t complain
of mi orgaiiizJIiAhltSNn U A V
"I believe in revival services," said
Mr. Cook iu reply to a question as to
the worlaof Messrs. Jones and Snail,
"but Thai* MktlMistmrnf
thaw 4l-iv..ufc|wl,U*»0iiiwl(ol
heard a good deaT-of complaint about
Mr. Jones going back to the use of
tobaooo after he had abandoned it. Tho
legislator* of thirteen States are teach-
an evangelist ttnng tob-cco fool that it
ii rather in eontradbtion to what our
letfeUttin aro d**j!ggcjttyV,Tl!Pe11 % i*
Bishop Hminlngtoii.
UIT NUTS OF TUtlSSlREB MSIII
. The Cftbrch MisStdffary Society liave
just received from Zanzibar the diary
pf tho late BiahoR Hannington. written up to the very day of bis rauider.
For economy of space the entries have
l>een made with; acceding mio dtp;
ness, so that A'magnifying glass is
necessary to enable the pages to be
deciphered. The diary is in course of
transcription; meanwhile tho Record
publishes the following extracts, forming a narrative of tne bishop's last
.week; .'  V
October 21L ' (Wednesday) - The
bishop describes the arrival of his
parly at Lvbwas,-where a present qf
ten guns and three barrels of powder
was demanded, and a thousand soldiers assembled. The chief nsked
hinf 'tii stay.,oiie".3M,"and Jo thi-she
consented, but while proceeding to a
hiil to have a view of the Nile lie, wua-j
set upon by twenty ruffians, stripped
of all valuables, »'rid hurried away.
"Twice I nearly^ broke away from
thein, and then gre'-jf'faint with struggling and was dragged by the legs
over the ground. I said, - Lord.1 I
put myself in Thy hands,-1 look to
Thee alone.' Then another struggle,
and  I got to my feet and  was thus
isd along.   More th-^jonce I was
nfly brought in contact '.with -ba-
trees.   In spite of 'all, Feeling T :
wsb being dragged awny   to   be  mur* |
dered, I sang, 'Safe in the  arms of'
Jesus,' and ■ My God, I am thine,' and
then laughed at tho very agony of my
situation." Eventually he was brought
to a hut, and made out that  the Sultan had .iim seized and meant to. keep
him  prisoner; pn til he had  received
word, from Mwanga.   Simultaneously
the bishop's men and loads arrived.
October 22 (Thursday)----" I fount!
myself about 10 o'clook last night on
my bed in a fair-sized hut, but with
no ventilation, & fire on the hearth, no
chimney for the smoke, about twenty
men all round me, and rats and vermin ad lib., fearfully Bbaken, strained
in every limb, and great pain within I
aim thirst,'' ... Flt%jj,:,. covered ,
with rotting banana peel hnd leaves
and lice." The bishop adds that his
Portuguese servant might cook his
food, and he was allowed-to have his
bible and writing materials,   i'i'
October 23 (Friday)-On this day
the jaiahop j notes that it was three
months that' day since he left tho
coast. He with difficulty crawled
outside and aat on a chair, and had to
bo helped back " in a gone condition"
to .bed. In the afternoon " the chief
and abput 100 of his wives came to
feast tlieir eyes on me ia cruel curiosity/ I felt inclined to spring at hia
throat.. but. eat still, and presently
read to myself Matthew' v., 44-45, and
felt refreshed."
October 24 * (Saturday) — •' Thank *
God for a pleasant night in _ my own
tent iii spite of a tremendous storm
and rain flowing in on the floor in
streams. Personally I quite forgave
this old man and hu agents for my
rough treatment, though even to-day
1 can only move,with the greatest discomfort, and ache like rheumatic
fever. The day, passed away very
quietly. I amused myself with bible,
and diary."
October 25 (Sunday)-On this day
tbe bishop wrote that he had still a
great deal of pain iu his limbs.
"Threedetachments of the chief's
wives—thay ■ auy-, lie has 1,000, nearly
—have been to-dsy fo aee me. They'
are very quiet and well behaved, but
greatly amused at the prisoner.
On the same day the bishop observes that the guards and he were
gie.it friends, almost affectionate, and
one called him, when he apoke of him
as "My.white than."
Oct. 25. (Monday) Limbs and
bruises and stiffness better, but I am
heavy and sleepy. Waa not inclined
to got up as usual, and if I mistake
not signs of fever croep over me." For
the tirst time he was unable to eat.
Duriug the-Bay three parties of the
chief's wives came and gazed ut the
prisoner.
Oct. 27 (Tueeduy)--The entries on
this day are briefer, and refer chietiy
to the circumstance that no reply how'
been received to the messages he had'
been allowed to send, and he tho-ne*
fore doubted whether they had been
sent at all. " Only a few ladies caine
tb see the wild beast, today."
Oct. 28 (Wednesday)*- Seventh
daya prison. " A terrible night, first
with noisy, drunken guaid, and secondly with vermin, which have found
out my tent and swarm. I don't
think I got one hour's sound sleep,
and woke with fever fast developing,
O, Lord, do havo mercy on me and
release me ! I am quite broken down
aud brought low.. Comforted hy reading f'sitmocxvii. In an hour or two's
lime After developed very rapidly,
My tent was sn stuffy that I was
obliged to go inside tlm filthy hut, and
soon waa delirious. My fever passed
away, Word camo that Mwanga hud
sent three inldiers, but what news
they bring they will wit lot me know.
Much comfort od hy Psalm j.x»iii."
Oct. 211 (Thursday)-Eight day's
prii!oii. " 1 cun Itunr no news, but
was held up by Pmtlih Sxx., whicli
came with great p-.weivH A hyena
howled near me last night,, smelling u
sick man, but 1 Impe he is nut tu havo
mo yet."
This entry--tho list—takes' up but
.-..tii.ill pnrt of the p;i!»« nf the diary.
The bishop apparently expected to
write moro later wi. It i.i almost certain that he was killed on this dav*
and there is reason to think that he
was taken out to execution very
shortly after ho Imd written these
words.
PIONEER
Fishi Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
Biippty or ■
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
.  C3--A.I_.JE1 JUJKT SJE-fi-SOJUT.
DEALER IN SKIN8 AND PELTRIES.
Purchaser. WIU be delivered In any pnrt
of the (Illy free of charge.     ' -J-JlySlyr ■
D. S. Clffl-TIS & GO.
Wholesale ami Retail
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,strength nml wholosomenesH. More
economical thnn the ordlnnry kinds, nnd
cunnot he sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders.  Sold only In onus.
'HOYAI.UAKlKC POWDKK ('O., 106 Wall St.,
New York. ;; * . id   Sfely '
Port Hammond Nursery!
VTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
l\ yonr ordors, If- you wnnt. some of-
thosn n|ce fruit or ornamental, trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. Ar 1 return
nhout the mid-die of June to settle np my.
nft'ulrs there und come out this fall with
tho stock for my nursery horo, and will
select nnd bring your orders right along
with mo for this full and next spring's
flimiting, I will satisfy ull both nstonua-
Ity of trees nnd fruit, nnd I will be settled
here in tlio business so,you will know
where to find me. All communications
aftor the middle of June may bo addressed
tome at Bowmanville, Ont,, or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
G.W. HENRY, ■ .    .   ■■
my22te Port Hammond P. O.
Telephone Oall Ho. 6.
P;O.Box7l
WM McCOLL,
" m H m m m I     ll_T>Ma a* VMi_H_t I
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
I.UNDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St.
ilw-mijlli-
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE  BNDE11S10SED has established
himself In tho Citv of New Wentmln-
storwlth a FIR8T-l.Jr.AS3
COVERED CARRIAGE,
wiil*k Is npcu tmr EasuscmenU at
very mndrrair lihai-ges* -
Ordors left ul the Colonial Hotel or scut
,by telephone, will be promptly attended
-o dny flr night. St-iitle next H. Elliott's
JOS. CATES.
Telephono {Io. 80. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnlulies all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
©0 VOU WANT TO BUY OR SET.L A
' Business, lake n partner, etc.
PICKERIKfi & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Jlonglas
and Braughton, VICTORIA, B. C. P. 0
box ft'M. mh27
Wood and Goal,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OX UAND A
large qiianllty of
imWELLHUIPIM
And nn n^ortmont of
CORDWOOD,
Wliii'h he will sell tit lowest rali'.s.   He
-vill nlso promptly attend to all kinds of
iT.T:
DRUGGIST8I
New Westminster, B. C.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'Y.
t Oi.u BnoAi»Sr. and 16 Pai.t. M*ij_,
tONDON.,-
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES* OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harhor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins Wilding and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
aels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIBB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
$1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every Information ean be obtainod on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Westminster.
Orders left at Mr, McColl's store on Columbia «U-t'i-t, or at my huiu-u, Douglas
street, will meet with )>rompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New WeHtmlnstur'B. C. JlylOtn
THB
W HI T E
-.Hit, Htm* ComijVII, ,'^ltti Wrtl-J, i:,
"Aftor taking four liottlM of lfortliro|>
* I.y mini's Vegetable Uiiioovery Anil Dy.s
peptio Curo, I feel a. if I were ti new
person. I lin.l been troubled witli Dyn-
pepniii for a numlier of yenrs, iiml triinl
ninny reineillc", but ef no avail, until 1
Wtllin e.lebrate.1 I)^.p'io enre,"
for all impurltie*. of ttio lllriorl, Kiel;
Headache, Liver and Kldnoy Complaints,
Do.tlveiie.fr, eto,, if in the front medicine
h'lffi'V     :■;■■ -     i ,   ','JV   ■■■■   '
500,000 NOW IN USE
And lintring the Higlirat Tcst-inin-
i" niivls from all who iinn thom.
The Cheapest and Beat Machine in the Market.
(.•ill-ill nnrl rxitrnlne lliom  l,r>rorc Bolni*
fl)m*lii>r*>,nt
Chas. J. Robson's
pnurr RTnnR,
Oiinrrl IK'irlmililnl lTi.lfl. rlnnilr-
-PnACTIOAI^-
Haa juat received for the Holidays a fine
aaaortment of Oold and Silver
JEWELRY
GBNTS'
SOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladies Size Swiss Gold Watches
from $35 to $55,
Ladies Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, at
?32j50.
11KMEMBEII—AVe do uot Bell "lilkd"
Watches aiul? jewelry nu solid gold.
Our good* arc guaranteed just aa represented, and prico. lower than any
other house in 11, C.'
COLONIAL 1II-0CK,   .
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
UelMo
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
liwrutrr t.pll.1 .*l,OM,tM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany,
This. Association merits thc
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACfS:-
Tin,' HeciHl-.v otroiud to policy holdors Ih
unnurpUKtiil hy nnv t'DinpiiiiydoIng inisl-
n(••itt In ''nmula,
lihft'Uioscliomrsi.f inntimnce- bnl the
wull-ontiib1l-.tii'(l lines, lu-ii hm Hio policy
holdersciinn..t ix. itiUioti ns lotln-fi-om-
truntH.
lln Ntnlcmciits to (he pnlj1lrr>.ii he rrml-
Uy untl«n<UMMl, fin chnIi uUitfrnHiit iliow*
Iiik every Ilom of Income ami how tixpon-
(led.
Itsponllloil iKitRnm-ifiiitrtiiunimilly/min
ft detailed vultmiicin in wlilcli every Horn
ofJInWlltyljtlnohidcd.
ItH proKreHs hus heen unexiiniploti ln
tholilKtoryo-. Ini-immci. liiCnmulii.
Its polloloH uro liullKimtMble after threo
yenrtt, und noii-forfeliAblo nfter two years'
existence,
Itn profltH nr-t d Ist rl huted upon nn c--i.lt-
ablo ImnlH. Tho prolltn tb nno oIhhh of
policy hold.TH nre not leHnened to kIvo
larger profltH l« nny other clnss, wlilnh
niefliod affords superior ndvuntegoi over
ttie uniform ImnuH plan of dlitrllmtlou.
UlirmM'ondllhiiiH on to tteiiMeiit* nnd
Travel,
3, K. MnaDONALO,  ,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
AtfnntH, Kew Wantmlnstfli
Je"-3--nftlnti#rriatfl.
NOTIOE IS HKBEBY GIVEN, thftt 30
days nfter date ,we lutenq raaktiiK
application to the Cliief Oommtsslonor
of Xands nnd WorkH for a lease for tlm*
boring purposes.of tlie fnllowlngdoHcribed
lands:
Tract No. 1.- Commencing at a posUft
ehains east from A. .1. Cotterl's southeast
corner state (Elk Hny, Johnston fctralts),
thence south, -io chains: west. 60 chains;
north, 40 chain-**; west, 40 chains; north,
20 chains: west,go(.haliis- north,40chalnii: •
e«Bt,40 ..hnlnKj north, 20 chains: weflt, 00
chains: north, 20 ehulns; east, 20 chains;
north,20chnins; eaftt.20 chains; north,20
chains: cast. 00 chains, thence south to
shoro line of Elk Bay: fltence InttsoathS
westerly direction to W. P. Haywurd's
claim; tlienee following around said
claim to Hay ward's H-iutlieast stake on
Elk Bay; thonco [following shore line to
Cotterl's northwest comer jwst: thence.
along Cotterl's south and east boundary*
to plnee of commencement; said'tract
con tain lug lflOO ncres, more or less.
Tn act No. ^-Commencing nt McNa-
hornic, Northciiftcorner Nodaltas Channel, Thurlow island;''thenco North 20
ehains, East 2(1 chnins, North OObhnttis,
West 40 chains, North 40 chains,. Went'
40 ohaiiiR, South 140.chains, to MoNa-
hei-nle, North boundary line; thence
East along snid North boundary to place
of commencement; said tract containing
800 acres, moreor less,
Tn.u.T No. :i.-Commenctng at a post set
oh shore llneof Thurlow Island, Crmvfo.d
anchorage,   Cnrdero    channel; ' thenco
smith 40 chains, Eat.) 20 ehains, South SO
clmliiH, Enst 40 chains, Norlli H(l elu.liw,
East 40 chains, North 40 chains; thenco
westerly to point of commencement, snid
tract containing720 acrefe, moreor less.
liOVAh CITY PLANING VllhTM CO.
Vev\V„ T. A G.
NewWefltmlnster, B.CI,
I.jMi Novnmlipr, imi.  ri    dnolSml
' What Physicians Say Aiout the
STARR KjONEY PAD.
"Tiontmont liy Absorption has for lorne
time been i-ocognli-od by MedlertI Mdltft
lie the most simple and effectual means
of conveying (o Diseased Oignns, "Cmt*u*
lives," but In cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment wus practicably impossible until .the Introduction of the Btarr Kidney
Pad, It costt- les^lhan aHfngloproscription and Is linmensurably more oecffliw
anrf effective timn any quantity of internal
Medicinal dotting. Worn Immediately over
the seat, of Disease, Ur curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
nB required to insure iu return tlieir liealr
thy action and original vjgour. Itlscoin-
fortablo to the patient ami pleasant In its
effbots, and cures when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive} decisive results, A more valuable
discovery ai a true remedy for .Kidney
Diseases w»s never made.—Medical &iuetfe
The stnrr Kidney Pari, manufactured
In Toronto, is u permanent sure cure for
diseases' disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder ahd urinary secretive,
system, or attendant complaints; causing
pain in the small of the back, sides, etc.,
firoduclng urinary disorder*-, such as too
rcquent, sennty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retentioh and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting the presence In the system
of diseases common to thc urinary secure-
tive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder and pasting...-, Bright'.*" disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to JiANGLEY.A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. .Retailed by A. M. HEBRINGand I>. 8,dl7RTM
A CO., New r Westminster; T. McNEE-
LEY, LadneCs Landing: II. McDOWELL.
A CO., HARTINGHS.\AVMILLCO.,THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
Vf. E. MCCARTNEY A BIIO., Vancouver
nhd Kamloops; J„ B.LOVELL Yntej W.
a MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. OLAIiK A
CO., Kamloops. i       dwse23yl
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 83rd June, 1886* ..
MB. G. ROBERTBON, '
Vancouver:    J
Representing Qoldlo * McCulloch,';'
■""*'■        Onlt.Ont.
Sut.—Wo the undersigned haying -witnessed thc terrible Arc which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the 13th inst., have, after the tire, ex-
amlned the safes sold oy you,, some of,
Which were put to the most severe test,
having buen mii-roundcd by large qunntl*
tleH of lard and bacon, uud wo are plenued
to testify to tno remarkable mn timer. In
which every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In pnper
money were taken ont ih perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them iu> thoroughly Aro proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Railway Company;   M. A. MnoLenn.
Mayor; John .I. Blake, Stipendiary Miu
fist rate; Rtch'd. Alexander, Justice of
he Pence; John Boultbec, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Pence; Isaao Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Hnnd, Real Estate Broker;
It. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,. J. W. McParladd; Port Moody!
to Vancouver ond English Bny;'F. O.
Inncn A Co., Ren I Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Heal Estate Broker; Gravely A
Hplnks, Real Estate Brokors; R. C. Fer*
giwon, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. je30tc,
I
Importe*- nnd Denier in
Family ins!
—ANI)—
PROVISIONS
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality.
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Plaoe in the
Oity to buy your
Groceriea.
D, McPHADEN,
. Dunne's Hrick Blook,
NKW WKSTMINSTKR, H.t).
m)i4
_________________________
CHANBE OF TIME
.STEAMEB.    j.
"QLAdYS*1
TTNTII. FUKTHEtt NOTICE WILL
lj leavo ou MONDAYS tot Chllllwliacli
nnrl wny places, returning on TuesJays.
Leaves on THURSDAYS (or Hope and
way-places, returning pn Saturday..   ';.
dwnolltc1     C'ii'T.iNSLEt.J.l^ter,
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMBS FISHKli, I>ro**rleUr.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
Id'ABLBTS AND (JROSSKS, Kim-
N1TIJRE MARBI.K, Ae.
PeraonH Hviiik at a distance, byncndlng
a description of what they wlsn, ean have
designs, prices, etc., furnished oh application. All-work giinmnteed equal to nny
on the Pacific Const,' and nt reasonable
rates.  N, 11,—No ngenls employed.   '
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. 0.
Opp: SI.1 Ati'drow's Prdshylerlati Church
.      inhliUc      -
JOHNS. COX,
I.Ira
.r Imiiorter and Donler In
INOI.UDIN.a
W111TB LR01IOHNS,      ■■
BHDWH i.BOHOBI.8
I    PLYWOWfl"
1   T.A1MW1
While Cre.led Bl.ek Poland^
„l   Guinea Fowl.,  Bfneu Dnek.,
While PeklB Dneka.
Pit o.ui... H0ud«-u.
lH_.BIrdB audi Egg. supplied allow rates,
andnllslockgunrau'eeil..
ltoyal Avenue, Kust of DonglanHt.
' , iiftli-tc
New Wcstminslfcr. coal Harbor
and Seattle Boute.
iT    ' ' ' ' ' K'J.i.V/*". ■ - I f.. C.   1       \
TER.Pearson&eo;
THE STEAMER
w
(J. Vf. TARTK, Master.)
ILWiLTlAVEaEATTL!!! BVBttY
TlmrMliiy Morning al i o'cloek* tor
New Westminster ntid Coal Hnrbor, vl»
Fort Townsend and the Ialandu; wrive* at
Vewi Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two houn
nflci-wnrds; leaves COAL HARBOIt.WwU
day XUhl tor Seattle. ,
Fore |o Seattle, $4.0*   -
I'rtlgbt per ton,..  iM '
Special rates to merchant-..        aplOtc
A Private Gojlegs!
,. ,    .,-rcrSiFOR-y^-   . .
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WIM/tlE OPENED AT   J r *
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, BkC
,,    :■   —OK-- -i ,"■' ■■!     ■  ■
MONDAY, AUGUST, 16,1886.
THK   BUII-mNG   HAB   16   LAHOB
ltooms and  is welt furnished with
register grates, bath rooms,,Ae,, Ae.
Excellent opportunities for all kinds of
healthful exercises, Inuludlne boating nnd
bathing,        >
1'uplU will be made most comfortable
and their general welfare carefnlly1 considered. '' :
A COMPETENT STAFF OF IHtTRWTOit
will be maintained. -..—--■ ***—**,.**-.
Excellent facilities will be aflbrded for
Instruction In EHglli||,T Ctfainerclal,
VlMnlrnl and Modern Lnngnagc Hubjecls,
with iDNtmni-nUl .Huslc.
Apiilloallon Forms, Reference* und fnll
information furnished by      ,     ,.
RKV. C. J. BKENTOX, M.A.,
NRW WUTM1FSTER.
Juno 0,1880. dwJlyUto
Re-Opening!
McKEN2IE    STREBT,
First Poor to. th? night from Columbia
Atreet, and wilt have always on hand .
a full assortment of
AND AT RE_Vidi*JAiu.E' PUlC^H.,'
A PEHHCT FIT
Guaranteed in Every Case,
1   f' docWe
COLUMBIA STREET,
IUI,
. I. ,1
.'iii'-*
_  yjgllruirif
-tsttas-vtsi mo vtktxn vt—
WML;.IOO  \ J'*-33VU
Stationery,
m-jdwirld® ^ttoit*fi^'**-|
..'r 'r .-•',   r ir,.-,,,.'.  ,vrrr.,-..JI v^'.^wil'ir
tJ% Larg*»t Sfoat'jbh*. tht'jaalij;1'^:'; "J
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