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NEW  WESTMINSTER, R 0., SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1886.
NUMBER 120
It should be remarked, perhaps,
| (or everybody's amusement, that It.
! De Lesseps, having reached home
I again, has assured the credulous
\ Frenchmen that the warmth of his
] reception here on tlie ocoasion qf his
latest visit means that the Ameri-
I can people are "all right"' on lhe
'. canal question.—N. Y. Tribune.
Mr. Beeolicr'i happy epigram, "I
■ have no' sympathy for an eight-hour
■man with ar fourtfcen-hour wife," is a
[.choice bit of philosophy.    It would
jibe hard to cram more meaning into
lithe same I number ! lit I words. '■ The
hand that rooka the cradle rules tbe
world, biit' ir iV ;w«re 'to !refuM,to
rook it more than eight hours a day,:
— would not the world have to lookout
"for another roiiirl^-Brooklyn i'ttglt.
I Civil ssrvioe reform may be im-
I perfect in some details;- it may be
misunderstood and opposed; it. may
| not always he faithfully applied;- it
'.may sometimes - miscarry through
H mistake; it may sometimes tremble
(under the1 aisaults of enemies, ot
languish under the misguided jseul
of impracticable friends; but should
! the people of this country ever sub-
)mit to the banishment of its underlying- principle', from tho operation of their government, they will
abandon'.the surest guarantee of the
i safety and Buccess of .American inr
! stitutiohl,1—-Presikent Clemlmul.
The Fishery Question..
The fishery treaties between the
'United States and Great Britain
[have always been more favorable to
liter than to us, uud, therefore, should
[be construed, at least by our own
{diplomats, in our favor where there is
[doubt as to the meaning of the text.
It might be well to urge the negotiation of a uew treaty if it were
not that we have hnd ther wont bf
jthe bargain in every negotiation
[that has been entered upon. The
first treaty-*BeWeetf thb'twol-oini-
tries, that of 1783, was the most
[liberal which we have been ablo to
Hefiect At the close of a successful
^war ill; 181f we allowed ourtSlves
ito be deprived of the most favor-
table conditions oi the original
Htresty. For—though the second
treaty was not completed till 1818
j—Great Britain assumed at the
close of the war tint out- acts of
hostility had abrogated the rights of
the first treaty. From 1818 to 1854
there was constant friction between
the two governments, arising from
real or alleged violations of the
terms of ilie treaty by the fishermen of one or other of the countries. The "rooiprooity" treaty of
1854 wm it twofold blunder; it ac*
the   adverse  constructions
\e WOLF SMITH, M, D.
omOE-oiar-Jscm R_*feet,«ipo*ll* rear
eott-nee of colonial HoRl. .
OVHOB HOBRS-W-iiii.to Uno<(il| si
to 5; nnd 6:30 to 8 p. m. tlnoloto
T M. JIACl.rAJ, B.A., ■.D.,f.M.
OFFICE: MoKensle Street, next door 10
Drill Bherl.
RESIDENCE > Agnes Street, (hlnl house
from Mary Street      ) ■
OFFIOEH001_8:10*ol_ja*o5H:80loa
M. COOPER,B. A.,M. D.i
PHYSICIAN A SUBQEON.
H
OFFICE and RESIDENOg-Churcll  SI.
men ,loor lri-FWIn«MvBome), mm
Columbia St., New Westminster, EST
OFFICII HOUKS-. to 10 a. m.i I to 8 and
-    6.30 to Spjm.  Calls In town anil country promptly attendod lo. feato
t>»
V. WELSH,
if-.
" 'DESTIFiT,' '_
,.'        rfl     ! r  '. B Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, a 0.    ,  ,,'     apfflo
/*. B. C, BROWN,
!   DENTIST. '
OF«ca*-Oter D. a Curtis & Co.<» Drag
Store, Columbia Bt, New Westminster,
Honrs-9 to 12; la) to7.
Will visit Qbtlllwhack theOrst Monday
and two following days In each month.
Teeth painlessly extracted.   au!2
pOBMIJLD t, *M»U,
BARRISTERS, :,,',
SOLICITORS, ETO
Offlce, MokenxleSlreet, New Westminster,
nnd Vancouver, E C. JySldwto
TIT   -fORHAN BOLE,
V    '       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.     '. t
LandAgent..- Money to Loan.
I ' Columbia Street,
selto - New-Westminster, B.C.
flAPT. PITTBHDH1GH,
LAUD  AGENT, AC, AO
MoKensle Street, N. W.
1    B. HOWSE,     ,
ft.. Formerly Howie, Hill A Rlckman,
begs to announce that he will resume business as .
Sarveyer, Keal-Eitato Broker aad
Cepveyaacer
On and after tbe 21st instant Oflloe, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St,, Fort Moody,
senile
rn j. trapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet-,. .....New Westminster
which Great Ijritnin had put upon
the intent, of the treaty of 1818,
whioh, even "when liberally construed, was unjust to ourselves,,and
'in return for a restoration of most
of the privileges of the treaty of
1783 it bartered tbe principle of
protection to our own fishermen by
customs duties on Canadian fish imported to our markets. It was terminable by a year's notice on the
part ot either nation. It worked
so ill to us that we gave notice in
1865, und it terminated in 1866.
We then reverted to the conditions
of the treaty of 1818, and were continually making complaints to or
hearing complaints from Great Brittain ns to violation of its terms.
Indeed, Bio "terms of "the treaty
were bo unfair as to be practically
incapable of taaintenanoe. In 1873
we patched up another treaty and
allowed ourselves to be mulcted in
15,000,000 for alleged damages occasioned by breaches of the nionstro
■ity of 1818. ' Things havo not
worked smoothly under the last
treaty. Our fishermen have Well
fined and persecuted and their vessels confiioated forrbriBchcs trf.il,
which wre not breaohes in the
eyesof^jjiljicsjnjulisfe, Mr^Bajl
■ ani minced mutters wiih the Canadian authorities while he mouthed
furiously with Mexico. His timidity encouraged England to support
I the Oaiiaman-» ia their inlerprntii-
tion of the meaning of the disputed
clauses of the treaty. And, we ure
in an unpleasant condition. The
adjustment of the fishery difficulties will require; adisplay of firmness and moderation iu our relations
with England! And, unfortunately,
Mr, Bayard has shown that he is
neither firm in the hoe of opposition nor moderate in his demands
toward A^w/tf which .ii ipjlined -6,
make concessions.—Chicago inter-
Ocean, This is, of course, a purely
Amerioun view of the situation.
All coriniilsslous will receive prompt
and careful attention. ' Best references
given wheu required. mhl2-te
W. D. FERRIS,
UND, BOUSE ui QENM M
Borii and Debt Collector.
8KY_.R_.Ii AMD I ASMS tOt 8AL1.
Ageal Ibr Ike TRAVELER'S UFE and
AOJIMXT IIIHIBAMJE CBBPANI,
Hartford. ,:.,.
OFFIOBJ-FerrU Blreet, New Westmln-.
sler.   ' !e«o
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal  Estate,  Insurance and
Commission Agents.
fim, un, 'WHirr a marine iuumuce
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone JB.        NEW WUTMINSTEa.
delete'"' '
.: PITT A CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY IROKERS,
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B..O.
LOANS XmOTUTBTS.
teillo
Herd and soft oorns cannot withstand
|s^.tmaBt£_ffi!
Ihappy.
RAND BR08.
IIBAL BtTATB BROKBHI,
Coave'iraneere, Colleeteri,
Aad Insnrimee Agents,
Oltlees nt VICTORIA: Fort street,
' KKW WEST-tmSTKB! Cornet
MuKe'nsle and Clarkson Sis,-
I VANCOUVER, Cordovf Street.
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vancouver anil New Westminster City.
.FARM LAND*! of superior ojlullty for
sale M OtHlllwliHOtl, tort Hammond,
Laneley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
ner's Lanillns, Lulu Island, North Ann
anil nil Hlver.
Haps nnd Plans exhibited nnd tho fullest Informntion furplsheiiatallonroltloes
'lew.'      ' •>
Orange of Business!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAH 'PUR*
chased tho entire stock-in-trade und
bailnomftf Arable Burn*, corner Coium*
bin A Mackie HI*., ami In prepared toatip-
61y the publio with Hi-xt-class Oi-ocer.es,
rnvlalons, Dry Goods, Ac, at lowest rates.
A call Hollclteil
dnm^e^-fat -_   ,^W.H. BURNS,
!f BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET • VICTOBIA.
jLastwrTB i-oxt
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. Ibr Mainland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,
36 PLusbury Circus,
London, E, G.
PAVILION
Skating Rink
THIS WELL-KNOWN ROLLER RINK
will be open aa follow:
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 In the afternoon,
and 7:30 WHO In the evening.       <
AdnlMtat Gentlemen 15r.; Ladlein
free.' UseofSkatos.S'w.
Persons wishing to aeoiire tho Rink for
select (.killing parties can do so on appl I-
cation.
WINTEMUTE, CALBICK A CO.
ilnoiato
THE CLARENCE
Corner Yates-fc Douglaa Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FUNK Q. W1CHABPS, Jn.   -       -   UttK
TOURISTS* HBADliDARTERS: FIRST
Class In every respect   tally tap*
Elled wtth all €*nvcfti«»M*r_i*4era
latels. New and Elegant In all Its Ap*
polntmonts.   Prices SltHlvralr.
Tliis magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Guests.
MTNo pains will be spared by the management to mnke this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. doo* to
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STKEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
(DAY OR NIO.IT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under the present uiuniixcmeut everything will be found Urafalnss, and prices
nre extremely low.
dnolm3 K. H. BARKER, Prop.
ARCHIE BURNS
< DEALER IN
Wood and Coal,
nny part of the City dt lowest current rates.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Orders may be left at the Store of W, ll.
Bums, cor. Columbia and Blackie Sts.
Ciencral Blacksmith Shay ou Richard
St reet, opposito It. C. Planing Mi lis.
dnoSMe
THOS.  OVENS,
MANUFAOTURKR OF
Buggies, Carriages,
-*o,vr_A_a*o_i!TS.
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of MeehiiHUf, Patent Looks,
Safee, Sewing Mabmnes, ic, Ac,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all IU branches.' Farmers', Loggers'
Mill and Contraot Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything ln the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured flrst-oliwH workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
tar Hone-shoeing a specialty.
dwjlyi'lte]   Columbia St., New Wfst.
Wm. Ross
BOOTtSHOE
, FASLOS.
JUST ARRIVED:
$15,000 STOCK
.from tho principal. Houses of Umnauy,
France  Great Britain, the United
States and onr great Dominiun,     .
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND 8Ei.  MY   STOCK BE-
FORK YOU PURCHASE.
Kills ind Shot's, frmn .Wu upwards.
relt&Ribker Uoiide * Vum-Yims
of all kinds.
UlUci' I QtnW 8ll|i|l M ft* Xinas-
the loveliest over vat,,
81 Lines of Lidl.»', Kits™' ,V I'hlld-
ren'a Boots.
WM, ROSS,
lelealal H.lrl »|.fk. roliiasr, , «,.
ALEX.  HAMILTON
LOm IT., 0W. COURT MIW,
TH PREPARE^  TO- W'nJHSH   AIX
1 kinds of aoMnsntiUWerfc.
gpeclnltlcs tn Rcoteh Granite ana Italian
Marble.
Rough nnd Pine Stone (orBlllldlngs.
Agent for Heller's Orinsenlal rlast.r
Work.
Designs suen at Dempsters 8^oe store.
P. O. Sox ISS, New Westminster.   iluoHlir
Look Here!
TP YOII WANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
XMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
To n friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look nt pome ot those extra-
ardlnary bargains In
Mdleg' and tientlcMcn's «»Id Md
Sliver Wnti-heB- Chains,
(barmH, etc., etc.
Or If you want n useful oriiumcn. for your
house, examine those beautiful May
striking Clacks, with cathedral gongs.
He Is soiling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Fine Watch M«ualrlnga Specially, and
good workmanship guaranteed.
mw Remember  the   pluce-the  "Blue
Store."
dwauElyl
Columbia St, New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
( XT Bl A. B I, IT)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
iloc7l_        ID. C. a 4 P. Co.) AGENT.
W.'E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Kay and. .Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AHD COU •KUVEIED TO
A!»¥ PAST »M_U CWf.
We nin two st<rt«dally,»iceptSnn««7i,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
Ab no lienor or tobarco Is used we con by
temperate habile and careful economy
serve tbo publio at especially low rates.
rlgocmo 	
GUNSMITHS.
GUNS, RIFLES,
 AHD	
REVOLVERS
or All Descriptions.
Tackle.    Euing bim.
POWDER AND SHOT
(ALL KINDS).
CARTRIDGES, SHELLS ami
RELOADING TOOLS.
SPECIAL  PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
nr k\\ Mall iirders will ke sent r.o.D.
We are pr- pairil te <le all kind- «r a*.
Work anil aayiklm I* Ike meekulcal
liar. All work KHriranteed. Uakalmnx*
sle ,rr Inc-'oh-lonllili) le lei by Ike day er
week.  Alsd, Denis for klre.
CIIUXKK I III KI'iT* COHIMBIA STS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Thr -ten tin, «,err. .Inn_tc
CHARLES MURRAY,
(JI.AItKBON STREET,
Opp. Kuglslry OBcc, Xew Wetl'r.
finu, Sip and Onaantol hinii&p,
PAPER HANGING, 0UZIN0, KM.80HIHINO, «0.
WALL PAPER.
Tlm lafgeHf nMOrtmont of Woll Paper
In Ilie Clly, (ioiaprlHing newest;- pattern)),
uhvayson hnnil ut tKiiloin pricen.  Ram-
Klefi on view at  T,   K. PcurFion A Co.'h
torr, Coiumbin HI.    Paprr tiniiRlna at
Kpoclnlly low rates. dncl!)te
W. PROTHERO & CO.
HANUKACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
,   ALL KINDS OP FURNITIIIIK.
REMOVED
_WTo shop lately occupied by Mr.Daruy,
Columbia Street,
Call und examine our stock and priced
beforo buying. We can't be liNHUtMM-B
In tlu* city. Repairing of all kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO Jt CO.
Delete
P. PEEBLES. \y   J. W. HECKI.RV
Peebles \ Heckley
(NBAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)  ,
FUKNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AlfU—
UPHOLSTERERS i
8pH«pt and Wool Hittrenei ind
BcddiDK always oi hand.
\J.\VK Oil HAND THE
LIK-UKST AND »MT 8T<H'K OP FUU
Ml IKK ON HIE MAINLAND.
Hardware BedraaM aall«. la Auk,
('berry, Walaat, ar Haaegaay.
.Eniimatcn for Offlce and Btore Fitting!.
Au experienced upholnterer han been
engaecd by the Arm, who are now pre*
Eared to do all klnda of work In tbe np- i
olHtory linn. djIyStc
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
Ac, now on hand.
^W Orders may be left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STANFORD,
il-Jly31lo
MANAGER.
NOTICE
JS HEHEBK GIVEN thai application
will be mado to the Lealnlatlve Annein-
y of t he Provinoe of Smith Columbia,
at the next aeiiloa thtreof, for an Aet to
Incorporate a company for the Mtponof
conntniRtlBR,inana-|lngand malntalnlnt
Water Work* at the terminal point ot the
Canadian Paoifio Railway ou Coal Hnrbor
and EnRlUh Bar, and for the pnrporiei
thereof granting to the uid company tbe
privilege of taking water from Capllano
Creek, nurnnby Lake or other aultable
polntfl, with power to the laid oompany
to hulld flnmefl, aqueduot*. lay pipes, erect
dami, oeqnlre lnnds, and do all other anti
and thingi necessary far the purpoMi
afowwld.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Hollcttom for Applicant*.
Dated September 10th, 1885. deWc
E
ISTOTIOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
_. ito days aftor date we Intend applying
lu thu Chief Cntiimlwloiicr of Lnnilo nml
WorkH for n llceiiHi* in cut timber on tha
following ilcsiTlb-tl luini--, namely, loin
numbers 882, :ts.1t M, 837, In Oroup One,
Ni'w WtHtmliifitcr DlHtnel.
Didodnt Now Westminster, 27llul«yot
Nnvember, Ittrtfl.
ROWLING A SONS.
Hy their Solicitor*,
ilnoL-7 ml (>ntiif)vi.n 4 MfCou..
IrTOTlOS.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ITS
are requctitcd to call and settle their
account* nt once. Bjr doing so they will
oblige us and lavo tliemRclvci furthor
I rouble
N. II.—All nci'ounlK  nut nettled bofore
tbe 10th of December will be placed in thc
hand* of a collentor for collection.
KELLY  BROS.,
dnoMml Went End Bakery.
Clothes Found.
A SUIT OP CLOTHES, IN THE HANDS
of the Police, tuppotcd lo hnve been
stolon. The owner can have them by
giving description to tbo Police Magls*
trntt' and puytng ex pen* .in. If not claimed
wllliln one month fmm dnte will be told
to pny expense". dnoWml
GOME AND SEE l!      FORSALE.
W. H. HOLOEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance Home,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
tbe Eplsoopal Churoh, and now known
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
nl the following rates:
Board per day tl 00
,    ."     " week 5 00
Hliagle Meals    25
nauGood nccoinmodatton for I_adies and
familiea. myOto
THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
of  that  well-known  Variety Store
next the Holbrook House, Frontstreet.
doclStc
c. Mcdonough
y HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom's Bolldinr. Mnt 81.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS «OW READY
to serve his customom and everybody
with aa good a stock as n mnn wants to
select from.
Dr?   Ceada.   Unferlea.   Pravlilaaa,
Trockrr>, -ti^issware, ■•«•, -Ar.
Come and see the new plaoe, and let us'
know what yon thtekof It.
dwoclfttc O, MODONOUGH.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
JL   form the people of British Columbia
t lie hai efliabflehed a Nnrsery at Lad<
ner's Landing, nnd Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown ac*
cording to tho wishes of cuatomen. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training ln the builness, and having a
permanent stake ln the country lt is nis
interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon tlie various towns and settlements ahortly, and nU orders will have
hia personal attention.
aul2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
Farm for Salel
* N IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE
J\ cheap, nnd on easy terms, with or
without thu stock.
M. NICHOLSON,
dwoc7te Mount Lehman p, o.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-.IAI.K INTEltEKTIN tire I_AN(I-
leySaw aiul Planing Mill: mill III
good order. Kor particulars apply on the
premise, to H. WKST, .
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc A HULMCKEN, Victoria.
FOR_RENT.
FROM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
an 8-rooi-ied Home on Agues Street;
Alao—From the First of December-n
large Store, with basement, on Columbia
Street, centrally situated.
Apply to
•        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
doo23lo Land Agent.
FASHIONABLE
Dressmaker
 AND	
Jlilliner.
Douglas St, near Agnes,
d-doIOrol        NKWWBBTMMSTEB.
ESTABLISHED 185*.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Dearly (ppoilte the ColonUl Hotel,
T
NEW WESTMINSTER
|HE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all •lucriptlorii of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
Illos, Kostauranta, ud Stumlwats at Ilia
LOWEST l'OSSlBLE PRICK8.
ForSale!
1 SPAN  DARK .BAY MARES, 1 nnd fi  ■.
1  years old; good mnellen*.; wont alnffle
or double.
I Bay Maine, 8 years old; .worka single or
double; nice ladiei'crgent*.' saddle hone;
•wrjtgentle. . .
1 S-fttat-Ht ■nnD'i 4 aprlnga; nearly new.
SUMtf TlnaihyHayon North Arm,
Fraaer river.
IS bMa. Sail Salman. 8 kalT-bMa. Sail
Salman Belllea*
Also—•■« a«i ane-nlnlh Interest In
Clly Water Cawpany.
^T- P *   W. J. FRENCH.
Vm West., Nor. Uth, ItH).      dwm>12to
City Property!
E  UNDERSIGNED OFFERS   FOR
ante hia
Tl
Lot, with 8-roomed Dwelling Houw,
Sltuated on Columbia Street, .next the
Roman Catholic Churoh. Comprises lane
Drawing, Dining, Bed Rooms, and Kitchen; Pantry, Scullery, Bath Room, and
Wash House; Thret-stalled Stable, Hay
Loft. Carriage nouse.and extensive Wood
Sheds, Ae. Plentiful supply of good
Spring Water. Lawn, Flower and Fruit
Gardens; splendid view, healthy location;
very aultable (or a large family.
Apply to
d-de2tc HENRY V. EDMONDS.
3*TOTXC_B.
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an application will be made to the
ialatlve Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia at Ita next aeaalon
for an Aet to Incorporate a Company to
build, raaltitalnandoperatenllneof Railway from some convenient point In or
nenr tbe City of New Weatmlnater to
aome convenient point near the ,40th
parallel of North latitude, between Semiahmoo Bay and Township 16, In tho Diatrlct of New Westminster, Province of
British Colnmbia.
New Weatmlnater, Mth November, 1866.
CHAS. WILSON,
duo26w« Solicitor for Applicants.
NOTICE.
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of all the personal estate, effects and credits, Including book
debts and all other ehoaea in action due
or accruing due to William Isaacs of Port
Hammond, by virtue of an order In tbe
County Court of Victoria, dated the 21st
day or September, 1886. all persons are
hereby warned from receiving, taking into possession or holding any of the aaid
estate, or from paying to the said William
Isaacs, hia agents or servant*, any monies, or fnm disposing or In any dealing with aaid estate.
It ia alao provided by tho aaid order that
all persona indebted tothe said estate or
having In their nosaeaaion aayeffectaof
the aaid estate (other than wbat haa been
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver or
account for the aame to me.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG,   ,
Deputy Sheriff.
New West mini-tor, B. C,
Oct. nth, 1886. dwocWta
USD EWH8IBT0BDISAHCI!. 18M. | („„„„, ,„„,„ „„ mlm*
US He. II, Black Ll, part af Mstrlrt Ul
Na.Mto, lb the (Ity «r Vanranver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Caroline Meiers tothe above
mentioned 1-ot haa been lost or destroyed
and application has been made for a duplicate thereof, notico Is therefore hereby
Riven that a fresh perilllcute of title will
I lasued in lieu of that m lost ordentroy-
ed, unless cause be shewn to the ontttrary
wlthln ono month from tbudute hereof,
H. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Itf-KiMi-iir,
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westmlniter, sutii Nov., wai.
dnoMml
isllll
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  THAT
_. application will be mode to the Lett-
ialatlve Assembly of the Provlnoo of Hri-
tlah Columbia, at lis next seaalon, for nn
Aot Incorporating the applicanta with
sufficient powers to enable them to reclaim certain lane's situate in the District
of New Westminster in the Provlncoof
Brltlah Coiumblu.whlch muy bo described
aa alt those tracts of marsh and meadow
land belnit subject toovcrflnw.iind Isolate!
Krtlonsnf upland comprised within the
undarlos ol " L       *""*--
lows, via. t
Boundaries ot the same', bounded ns foi*
Firat. Westwardly and Northwntdly hy
PHt River and Lttkoj »outhwnnlly Ly Frii
•er River: and Enst wnrd ly by the main uplands nf TowiihMim.1. 12, .tnd «,uf Group
Onn, New WMlmfnator Dlstrlel,
Second. Eaatwanlly by Pitt Hlver and
I_*nke, and Westwardly and Northwardly
by theCo.(iiltlnm River nnd the upland
or Townships .tH. -10. und 41. of Group One,
ln New Westminster Distriot aforesaid,
and Southwardly by the Fruser River.
And for imposing charges or urncks-
menta upon such of the sain landa aa may
Save been granted by the Crown, propor-
onato to the benefit which may be derived therefrom, to satisfy the cost thereof, upon such terms and aubject to auoh
conditions as maybe Just and for enabling the applicants to acquire nud hold
any such lands whether granted by the
crown or not, upon such lerma and conditions aa shall seem Just.
Dnted at New Weatmlnater the 35th day
of November, 1886.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
d-deutc Solicitors for Applicants.
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   HOYS  WANTKD  AT
onco lo soil tin'  ltritly IJoliinibliui,
Apylv nl Till. I'llllri*. itmiKlo
J±.   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OFF   COIrOMAI. IIOTKI.I.
NEW   WESTMIKSTEB,   B. C.
Phriklim' Pnurlptlm aid Puir*
Ily Rtclpei a Sp.cUlt).
N   II. — Only (leiruino Drugs hhI,
Ovor twentv VMri' expericnoe.    mrtS
Public Notice
Knr IHtoiuttr Mo librj,
mHK UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
1 the kindness and permiaalun of the
Mnyor and City Council, two weeks ago
rc-opened the Public Library, and takes
thia opportunity to offer an invitation to
resident a of New Westmlniter to pay htm
a visit. Papers and MagRKlnea from nil
directions are received for patrons and
visitors, and mow. will be added In eaae a
reasonable support Is obtained. The
terms are fiO cents a mouth, in nrttwtwr.as
papera, Ac, ara paid for ln advance. This
will amount to about _ eenta a day, nr tbe
cost of one cigar for seven _.aya permlaalon
to see news from all over the world, ond
elegant books which may be (hanged
every 24 hours! There Is no compulsion
about thia, but those who be) love In get-
ting In out of the rain and who can enjoy
n decent fire will doubtless appreciate this
Inatitutlon, Ladles and atrannra are free,
an doubtleas all the parties who believe to
Blue Ribbon will come forward nt once
and Join thia attractive aflUr, both (or
thalr own credit antl tbat of others. Come
one, come all, and you will be attended to
hy one who oan eoap all elaaaea, via. I
Vours RespeoUuliy,
HENRY W. HUGHES.
New West. Aug. an. INM. dnn!fi«e   . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Appointments Uro. Sec
Regulations •  Jno. Kobson
Coal....- ...,  .. .A. Itorna
Xmas Hoods -.a-T. Elkinl*& Co
Great Reductions W. Protheros
Holiday Goods C. .1. Robson
Christmas Cheqr Honcc* Market
Eastern Goods. M. Sinclair
Special Inducements F. Crake
§ itiij) f t-itisli (Eolnmbiim
Saturday Evening, Dcrember 18, Ituw.
The controversy; still goes: on;ovor
Mr. Blake's recent declaration on
the subject of prohibition. His
friends claim that his opinion is ut
least an honest one, and that it lias
been expressed publicly without any
consideration as to its political effect.
Of this we havenodoubt. We have
always been impressed with Mr.
Blake's honesty of purpose as well
us tlio purity of his private and
public life, and we should -be extremely glad to see more men of his
kind in public life. But his attitude on the temperance question
doet not seem to us satisfactory, inasmuch us it assumes that he is to
judge when the time has come for
introducing a prohibitory law, and
that such a law should not be placed
on the statute books until lie is
quito sure it would bo generally supported by public opinion. Our contention is that majorities must rule
in such matters; and if a majority
of the. people vote for prohibition,
neither Mr. Blake nor any other
min has a right to stand in its way.
Coal! Coal!
• B|JRNS
ts ill itEqEinsjpFii» tons goo*
Ji-- Honse Ooal, vrmeh he oners at tits-
onable figures. Ordors may be left at
W, H. Burns' store, cor, Columbia ..and
Blackie streets, or at Chas. Millard's,
Front street. del8d2w
PltOVINCIATi SECRETARY'S OFFtCK,
loth December, 188(1.
THE ftEUUI.ATIONS FOR THE OPEN
Compel It I vo Hxnm t nation for tlie Clvl I
Service of lndin, In 1837, cm) be aeon nt
_,,..„__».„„ -'Icfttion.
>. ROBSON,
Provinein! Secretary.
|Offi! lilpDltED
Tame Geese
Sctl-e!
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
10th Decern ber, 1880.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor lias boon pli'iiseil lo make
the following appointments:
J. Tlurton _,aw_,E8qui'ro, J. P., ol Golden
City, ami Henry Andoraon, Esquire, of
Wild Horse Creek, lo perform the duties
allotted to stipendiary Magistrates undor
the "Bills of Sale Ordinance, ISO," aud
tho "Bills of Snlo Amendment Act, 1873,"
for Ihe Electoral District of Kootenay.
81delt
Opinions or tbe Gransc.
The Dominion Grangers Association lately expressed its opinion on
several subjects submitted toiti'e
lating to public policy, and its declarations are worthy of attention,.
It declared against manhood suff.
rage. Granges are composed, or are
supposed to be composed, of farmers.'
It is not to bo wondered at, perhaps, that they should feel disposed
to take a conservative view of tho,
franchise, because' the great bulk of
the farmers possess a property qualilieation which entitles them to vote,
and they seem to regard a man
without such qualification as not
entitled to the same privilege. The
grangers .have likewise pronounced
in favor of direct taxation on a
basis of actual income. This principle, if carried out, would mean
free trade, for where all needed
revenue comes from direct taxation
no customs duties would be required;
nnd we are inclined to the opinion
that such a system would better the
position of both farmers and-all
others. Another .proposition laid
down by the grangers is that rail
ways, telegraphs and telephones
should be owned udi! operated by
the government. This is a most
important matter, and one that has
frequently engaged the attention of
statesmen in various countries. So
long as the railways, telegraphs and
telephone lines remain in the hands
of private corporations, so long will
they be operated for personal advantage and not in the public interest,
Corporations are proverbially soulless, and wherever they can discern
an opportunity for making a monopoly, they will make one. Both in
Canada and the United States the
people are every year coming more,
and more under, the tyranny of mo
nopolics, and the resentment against
the grinding influence of thein is
constantly increasing. If these
franchises were in the hands of tho
government, they would bo operated in the interest of the people.
It is the opinion of many thoughtful persons as well as the grangers
that the only satisfactory adjustment of tbis matter will be the acquirement of all such enterprises by
the government. The grangers condemn the prohibition of Chinese,
labor. This is purely a selfish view.
Cheap labor is very much to the
farmer's interest, and he may think
that because Ohinamen work for
much less than white men it will bo
in the interest of the country to let
them come'ii. freely, When tlie
farmers of eastern Canada have had
as much experience as the people of
British Columbia in this matter,
thoy will wonder at the folly of their
present ignorance. The Chinese
work for very small wages, but they
work very much less in a day than the
ordinary laborer. Moreover, if thc
places of tho workingmen of the
east were tilled by Chinese, the
farmers would very quickly discover
that with cheap labor had come one
of the worst blights from which a
nation rmsh 'm o»rr could -suffer.
The Chinese take out of the country whatever they get, aiid leave
nothing. Replacing ordinary workingmen with families, wlio consume
largely the produce and manufactures of the country, they consume
almost nothing; and the existing
market for both produce and manufactures would be seriously afleoted;
and the social condition of the country would be disturbed. It would
be better to pay a great deal higher
wages for white men who assimilate
with the country, and whose patronage is worth a great deal to the
producer, than, to get for almost
nothing these foreign machines who
pass through tlw laud (ike locusts
leaving barrenness and blight and
desolation in their traok,
 LU-il,.<lil'   — jpTt—
One trial of Mother Graves' Worm ou-
terminator will convince you that it lias
no equal Ma worm medicine. Buy a bottle, nnd see If It does not pleate ymi,
BFBOIAL ■ . ...
IHIDUGEM^NTB
 ron the	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Cent. Discount for the
;: ? nert IS
ALL NEW 650S1    KSWBSSIGKS
BUYING FROM THR MANUFAC-
J tiircrs for cash, I am in a position
to sell at bottom prices.'' My Qoods are
marked in plain figures aud the prices
hare not been put up to ineet thd dis*
count taken off. Call and see prices before purchasing, elsewhere.
sir Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order. .•ill _U
F. CKAKE.
WA^HMAKEIi,
Opposite the Bask;   '       ilw-delfitc
Santa Claus'
HEADQUARTERS.
10 different designs in China Tea
Sets.   .
Tea and Breakfast Sets.
_ doz. styles Smokers Sets.
Uhina and l^iqkc' Ouspaclorgs (spittoons), ■' ■'
Tobacco Jars.
Toilet Sets, in China, Olass nud
Painted Ware.    .
Vases, in Hammered Glass and
Fainted nnd Cro<|uetted, Majolica
and Mossed Pilgrim.    ■ >■'*>• ■ •'
Cheese Dishes—Majolica and Hammered Glass.
Picklo Dishes—Majolica nnd China.
Fancy Flower Pots.
Beautiful Epergnes and Flower Centres. ,,,,.,     ,.. ,    -v.
Flower Basket*—ruby and tinted
glass (English).
Large variety of Cups and Saucers.
Cups, Saucers, and Plates.
Mustache Cups and Saucers.
Florida Tea SeU
"Strong Coftee" Sets.
Lemonade Sets.
Mugs nf all kiiids and pVices.
Porridge Sets. .,   ..
Pitchers—Majolica, frosted aiid.pMr.
graved glass.
Mustard, Pepper, Salt and Horse
Radish Bottles.
Hammered Brass Tray...
Glass Rolling Pins.
Amlieretta Glassware.
Table Mats.
Dessert Sets.
Bread Plates,
Teapots — Majolica and decorated
Jet. '■■ .-  -
Chamber Sets—printed und pninted.
Cake Stands.
Bisque Figures.
China Toys.
Shaving Mugs.
Table Glassware—white oud colored.
Chiim Cabaret's.
The'celebrated WHITE SEWING
MACHINE, ond
A line selection of CREAM'and
PLAIN CANDIES, NUTS, English __nyer RAISINS,' FIGS,.
DATES, .<:.., fc., k<s.
CHAS. J. RQB-ION.
jt3," AH at   the lowest   price.-.
CaH'and examine for yourselves.
tlw-delSwJI
Pioneer Market
SINCLAIR
Oolt^nbia fiftf»e$<*j
H"*AS JUST RHCEIVRD from the
East by :C. P. R.,
BUTTER,„pATl«;i_A_-, * ,-0
BUCKWHEAJT iFi-OUR, in 10
■' lb bags, ii-r
PUNOHSEN bright MOLASSES
RAlSI-NSj-tu Valencia and    .',.
Layers.
EDDY'S MATCHES,
SMOKED HERRINGS.
-ALOTof CHOipE CANDIES
and othel goods.'      ....' ■-,. ■    ■.
■"g-TAlso in stock, a first-class lot of
GROCERIES which will be sold
very cheap for oiuJi.        dc!8d ..
floilce i>r Co-Partners-ilp.
T HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
J, Partnership Mr. W. Casslily. The
biiKlm'KK In (attire will be carrier! .on miller the mime ot W, H. Vlen4l_u.i Co. •' .
W. H. VIENNAN.
New We.luilnster, Pec. lsl, 1880.   il-dllm
MR. ZED. SMITH.
i*]    CITY SCAVENQER.
CESSPOOLS AND..YARDS CLBANED,
and Clilinnoys swept,
ilnointc.
-FOB-
Cream& Fancy Cakes
—GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STB.BSJ'f,' Orr.. O, V. If. Wluiu'J
'V     ■ ■' idsezajc . ,■.-; '
»^THAT-®«r
WANT*
AlewMaj]
$1.25
-OF THE-
$1.25
DISTRICT OF
linster
GREAT REDUCT
W. PROTHEROS
-IN-
HaT8MIMT_
7/3 ti
Furnrture, - Mattresses, ;;ttitingesr Crocken
Uamps. Glass^e/ic;;
—WHIOH  WIU 11K SOW \'t-
1200 HEATING STOVES!
Bonom Prices for ttie next 3 0 Days
TO MAKE ROOM FOR URGE CONSIGNMENTS FROM THE UST.
 •■-FISK AfltolU'MJiNT OK	
CHILDREN'S CHAIRS TOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Columbia St,, near Union Hotel, New Westminster.
Discount of 10 per (Jent.
ON ALL CAS'H PURfcHASES,?lilo»I«i*HE'ijTk    .
TOTHE 31STOF.THISJMONTH. i '
3 1;      iiWehave a fine Line of,Ladies'-and Gents' ,..
A Large Assortment of-
Bracelets, Bar Fins, Gem Rings, Sets, Lockets,
>    n  Neck Chains, &c.
.1,1.       .*. ^    fi ft a JJ   I     Ili'lllr'lil'Vlre     li t, 5s
And a(miS-|tj Everything tdi be found tn iifirst-c-Biss.Jcweli-y Establishment. In SILVER PLATE WARE;" RNlVRt., FORKS
and SPOONS, we are giving special bargains. '
S-j-f Remember, we do an Tibnest business ;j| svo ilo inot sell
"jjlled" or plated goods as solid gold or silver, but we (iUARANTF.E
every article to be just what we say it is. ■ .'     '■
' Call and i examine our Bargains, j
dw-dei5mi
C. M. McNaughten,
Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE.
1 HEHEBY   GIVE  NOTltE   THAT   I
lnt 1*11(1 to apply at tho next slttlnjof
(lie Licensing Court tor this City for n
License to Hell fermented nnd Intoxicating liquors by retail on the premises at
present known ns the "Bingham House,"
to be hereafter called the Depot Hotel.
P. O. BILLADEAUX.
New Westminster, MUi Nov,, 1880, _
  dijtfgtd       ■ ■"     O
WALSH'S
TAILOIIIIW.
Columbia 8t„ Inr Westmlniter.
II avino.ju'U' ijbceivei) oun NEW.
jfl   1'irll nnrl Winter Sloek, \m Invito In
siiirrlinn of the flnost selpcrllnn of
' J EirIIsIi, Beoteli, CrrnlMi, French,
lBd A«SPlfM   -■.
SUITINGSI^ffll
.t-Vei* shown In New Westiniuster.   Kor
■ a-qOOlrj'IT an<£'|!.rl!s|i!l *rt},|0 wtetf:
competition.
ilnoMc THOS. WAIflH.
"'
JUiST ISSUED BY
Price. $1.25.
This Ma|i lias lifcu. produced nt
grout cost, und gives u vast amount
of information nevor before available respecting the most iniportuut
district ih the Provinoe.
Tlio now Map shows the latest
surveys, tlie latest roads, the line of
the O. P. R. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
Assessment Act
NOTICE IH"HERKBY OIV^Hi#AT
1 the Gonrtiof Revision nnd Anppm for
tho Electornl nintrlctn of Npv.WPMtmln- ,
MprniKi New WrstiiilnstcrPlty will nit at
tlm Court Hoiisp. New Wet*lminuter, on i
WW)S khii\Y tlio iiitd <£ay at rlJc«_nll*r
instant, at M o'clock n.m.      * H I
AIinKRT. d.llUth,
.hulge ot ttie Oourt of !tevision k'Apptml '
New Wentinlnster,
ppeonilii-i* lllth,Mwt       il>v*ilp)flt(l
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance arid
Klnancial Auenls,
NEW WESTMINSTEB, VANOOUVEH, I
iifi___^ABmtp\%
FOR SALE AT
f . R. Pearson & C6'$
NEW WESTMIMSTER AND VANCOUVER.
■ '   Rlt2tt«
GAOL $UPPLIE$.
TENDERS* AHE REbUKSTED TO BE
Hem to the untlPrHlgned-nt Victoria,
or to W. Mori-shy, Gaoler, New Wcstmlnft-
ter, nt or hpfoi-p 12 o'clonk, of the 28th De-
comber. 1880, for ll* miuply of the undar*
iiipiitlonuilnrtloleHtotlie Ni-w WcBtmlin**
ter OaoVfor th« fim lWt, U '_*/[% i
MiunplPH Of tlm firooeriei uml (.lollitntf
re-|nlre(i mnv he hpoii nt the New Wcm(-
m'lnster unol or tit Vlelorhi < .m.i.
nfrei-h. not. ovor Utter et hnna.|M>r lh.
FlHh, H.ilinoiiftiiii «tiitft>oii     - '•
Hull FiHh ;:.. ....;....;:; ^•,
Mixed Vegetables      «
Potatoes,,..,.      "
Best Wheaton Brend      "
Rent Brown Bcfaittl,..H.,........U(» *,.   , "
Ton. U HiZ.-. 4.:."j »
Pchh lo Bteta(CuflbP...\ il    • *•
Rleo J. '.      "
Salt      "
Bugnr-
f...,..:pirwi
l...r..p«rdtoK
 perlb.
JAM,S5n
IMPORTER
New Westminster, B. C,
■■;;
■        ■
... ...... _.^ „ ^ _^.
<T\ '  A".*.plcn3id"_.toc'k. ""
^■IMbWmI Film ittrnrn
MMm
iNiiife
L
H '■
Just Received by C. P. Ris
1,0
1JW
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
These §tove$. v^er^ seated by ,M Jl.
;3; Scoullar personally, and are* from the
ifelebrated firm of Cppp Bros., Har_4iltoitr
Ontario, which is a guarantee that theyi
can't be beaten in quality, pr cheapn.e^,
Now as the Stdte season is^ idjtwing*j$$JL
close, and as.*^"8b"*ii,t1 .Ihtt^ii^'i_o:ctairiFy-'-aiiy--*1
Heating Stoves .over till next season- we,
are offering these Stoves at PRICES jNEV--
ER  itEAUP OF  BEFORE  IN THIS,
ClTY.    As.... Ahe   wJioje stock must be
closed out without delay, it will be to your
interest to come early and secures BARGAINS.  ;^,:,,;;,..;. J:-■■'''::i\■/■■'
iWe alse'carry the largest and- best selected stock of Cooking Stoves, Ranges,
Tinware, Brass Goods, Iron Pipe atid Jit**,'
tings in British. Columbia, and our Goods,
a^e offered at prices that will defy competition. ' n[
Tinsffiithing, Plumbing and Steam and
Gas-Fitting ^oiie'by Hr'st-class Mechanic^.
Ail Work guaranteed..
*..■>:<We keep a large assortment of GAS
FIXTURES and CfiANDEUERS.
E. S, Scoullar * Co.,
•' ;dwno22mi   ' Columbia St., New Weitminiter, B. C.
".""'
HOUSE!
sMjMmsP^-^l -J,
HASK^liftF^pp.,^ ,y£RY FINE  STOCK' QF ■'■
i M"._n«
• t     l '.' !    -.ii 1 . Mll't     tltl  7u1   in- _ .
Jf, i--ii    .^.••uM«ON-SI8TING OF-
',i„)   .IrifVlliaU
!'
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheet-
]\}\   ,j ings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and 0hild^en's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
' Tlie .Millinery is tH'li'Hnes. »nil largest Stock on the Mainland;:. Ko
neat_,(Wto.y^p-j!n|I    ^.,,-j    ,,..,„   '■ .M'-rriv. ••rl'i'J.)'.'..'   ij
DRESS /flpO'DS ,ip|t|i^^w,p*aterials aucl shades for tlie season.    '
We cull attention to the famous   SEA SERGE, whicli we
have atjYM^pus pno^~'i71Jc.,,-'()p.,j62Jq,1and 75fi.; oamnot_.b^.. fipwlediby! |
rain   ana even though soaked in sea water or boiled iu soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL COLOR. ...
The DENTS' DEPARTMENT ia well supplied with Tl68, BrS-
Ce8, SnlrtSp dbbkS, &C., '""I " new im(' fashionable stock of
Homo, Pendray, tileaclitns	
Coal oil, hiftml tol..--ni.u.ri....
Broomn, corn.>t-..;;-...;._.... ii....:,,
Gat Meal .„■,.
WnahlneSoda >.«••....,*	
Bluck Pepper, gronnfl'..;(..„..'.,
■lUftcki^-iit^vsi^iiiC
(*.crul)lilngBra(iliei(ijj.i..,.,i ■ ■ '*   ]»->>,
Lime por lb.'
■Olue ,,., ,..V.     ,"
WhltewaHh Knlnhei ,.,.-„.', pel dor.
Nut Oil ;.;:-. :.: per Bill
Bluckliiff BfitnliGHund Blacking pertloz
fjufipCliliniieya       ■•
Milk.  (■...,,.,.!... w.-..pfirfft»I
1 I  i CLOTHING;   ■
Tiuwufiis, muletikhi..... - ..pei- doz
Trowwrft'bK.WQvarM.MW»«»*   "
slilrtn:      "
Cloth Cans, lined      "
Canton Flunqel, Kllcrton N flrown.por yd
~   *[eOTerKlitrtH.„. M ........perdon
CHANDELIERS
Wall Papers, Patent
Chimney Pipe, rf
STOVES AND TINWARE'
.  An Immense Assortment.
 vPwyii
..'....pordos
HllwrRBl
nilio HPVKe.......	
Hocks, WonlUti.J	
Hlokory Shirts	
,,BlnnkirWwi|Wyh';i'i»lnt"!.'.'.'.'.%rii(:riIo?
rSnroln VBRtt Mathw, Oolonlal per Ib,
l^oloItfiflBiKTlllllllliilZ..,.'...,.'.      "'.
Conl wood, live, delivered ...............pr euro'
Wclllnglltn C4nl, bfeBt;,'j.v..lv...,,..,.,.pr 19(1
,niip lowest or nny tender not'rieeessarlly
'"Tomloii In *ielidilre«ml n» nlKivi- Snil
endorsed " Tender for Qnol HuppllCR.1'
fiyordor. ..<J*1<-HiM*l'J-*'. . W..i
..   U. B. HOYOBOFT, .,„,   _«,,.
il-df IIR1I Snpl. of Pollen .(• ITnol»
■*MTHE'>DNBERSIGNE;t) HAS
Iron JjjjiK) Brass fiDC^
And all sorts of:Fittings.
QROGERIES £ PROVISIONS
A WElvLSKLRCTET)' 'STOlJ'k
Always on Hand,'
(immni mm
1.4
— 10 BK SOLD-
.fu.t Reoelvcil, n (Jholvo Kolootion.of
China Ware I Plated Boods
Fpr Holidny Trade, which must be
sold before tli? N«w Yonr,    j,,   .
«r-fhp Public invited to eohitUi&d
inajicjut my ntoek, and nuke tlitlr pur*
6ht,^s. dw*de.l7mt
At Cost and Below!
FOR THE1 NEXT NINETY-DAYS.
Gum Boots, #6.50, Mold for D5.00.
)^lti»lly tow prioes on til other Rubber Goods,   Tlieie Goodi are all American
manufacture. -"'.M'- ii(_"iif/ji!lr mu      .  1. aa
Men's Boots, 94.50, sell for $3.50.
1-iuMeV fc rench KhU, W, sell for $4.50
These Goods must be disposed of during the nut 8 mouths.   If you want mv.
thing in my line-mil esrly ud get your _hoitxis.«nd yon will nwhe hy so doing.  , ■
AJHtoxXTCktmt BMC-e-rtels. OHo-v«».      ~
-JA8i ROU88EAU.
*TOSt OJLM-tX OVLT. diniHlmq
i»I'*
jnt. TH E, pfM-,Y. CftL U M BI AN
'   i iiffr^F*1? /A     -I
1-v.rj )U»rr-f«.*., <«-*, iffg*v_[
DV TIIK
Bimm Ciiwnit Irmwnr add Piihtihc Co.
At. the Company's Bteam Printing En-
tivrashmellt, Columbfo fit,.
Dellvo iwi'lii It" city iinliy.. .tne. per week
Mailed dally, one year $10.00
Mailed dally, six months ,.,,.,.,..... 6.60
M»JIIIIINO MHS FBI THE D»l«.
Tranalent Ailverllseiaeits.-Flrstlnser-
llon. 10 nto. per Hue nollil nonpareil! each
subsequent consecutlveloscrtlon.J.IS. per
line.   AdvertiBementa not Inserted every
day, 10 ots. per Hue eaoh Insertion.
Standi.! Advertlsemewts. —I
Buslne«li»r,Wlei»i&hal VilMfll".. « ,
wilt ho received nl. roi lowing rates: 1 Incl.,
mon. 10 per cent, will be added,
Special Nallres among repdlrift matter,
20 etK. per Une ench Insertion. Hpeolnls
cnlllns attention to mlvbrtlsements.lOetK.
perllne.  ,
BlrthH, Man-luces nnd DonthMI for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices ln connection
with dentin., 60 cts. each insertion,
And ion Mules, when displayed,charged
•lh per cent, lew tn»n transient adyta, .It
solid, charged at regular transient rates,
I every
tegular
wari-
—t-wsBBBamB~mm
Tho tolophguo lias proved, a great
bleiaing la .many carious ways. In
: ouo Connecticut telephone .office dur-
ing-the last three years eighteen girls
liave married subscriber- on tho lino.
The eighteen subscribers have display-
eia praisewertliy fondness for ringing
telenhone hellea. r    -h •■ ,
Tlie National Teuiperauce Hospital,
located, at Chicago, is conducted on
teetotal principles. It is filled with
patients, and in uo cuse is alcohol used,
even for medicinal purposes. It is
clailiicd that'-the death rate is lower
than any other hospital in the city.
In England several siicceasful hospitals
) i hive been established on temperance
liollvored In the Clly, per year. J8.00
Malted, peryear. ioo
Mulled; J montlis. ..1,25
Tnmsl
Hon, 10 iu., ... ..._ .	
ieqnoiitrn,er*n»I*_«s.i-_rliJ... ,
Standi.! Ailvertlse«e»ls.-For 1 Ineh,
11.50per month! 1 Ins. 12por m.-, II Ins. J2.00
perm,; 1 eol.tl_.75 perm, II Inserted for
less than 8 m-*s. 10 iommt- will b, ijdde
%Mlal™$I<_B-a-«llrei»4 **U«
cts. per line each Insertion.
Ct, must he all metahand •orlaigecuts
an extra rate will be chained. No odvl.
Inserted In either Issue (or less than $1.
i.n i " "liilir	
gail-j Jyitig{ij*€-;lnmfamn
.rd., ttekUt.Tic.Mke, W. ■_-**.
Marame Cord, in aU shades, at,I,
Ellard A Co,'«.   ',";';, V,.,    '.$$[,,
Work on the railwayJ wharf is going
ahead rapidly.
The Dunsmuir reports a stiff breeie
crossing the gulf to-day.
Eastern goods ut Sinclair's grocery,
Columbia st.   See adv,
Ur. B_ Byrne, representing Turner,
Beeton ti Oo., Viotoria, is ih the eity:
Vien*|**4,C*-lt»e *. large niwbar
of turkVMiI-glesefoV _Ue7«*
«iv. aai'iaoo'fO
Now it .the lime to order your
Christmas Cakes »t A. Diebel's, Front
stmt.    . ,-      d-dellto31 ,
The Dwimuir *,tll leave for Nanaimo to-morrow morning with cattle'and
other freight -      ' * ''." :„'
Mr. J. B. Ferguson returned to
Viotoria this morning by way of Pott
Moody.   jifUfUo ,.j'J'
Attention is call lo the. new adver
tisement of Messrs. Jas. Ellard & Oo.
in this paper.
A train moving iit the rate of J»lxty
miles an hour gets over a space of 88
feet per second.        '■•■,.       .-..'■■.-
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner * Gamble. jyUtd '"
We regret to learu that Mr. Alport
is worse, to tlay, and his friends ave
considerably alarmed.'
The San Franoisco mint last week
converted 4700,000 in English soyer-
signs intoJlJii|J«»l jSt-tefa-K-iMigl (taj
Don't MMSHialjiJ; allard 4
ire  ugei_j|B * «>r McCoII'bj New
Buzar PhtterU; a lull line always nn
land.
Mr. Chas. J. Robson has established
"head-quartoi." (orBwita Cl-im,.w>dr
makes an announcement in another
column.'
N- *V^_WnS»W-»*llIl'*"'"P'- "i-%,
t.,r   uf Plan*   uid Oiguu..   Wurk
{uiranflS&J. '%-iri'e ' -ftdtai' at T, R.
'earson & Co's. dno24t*c
Building must lw very lively in Vancouver Justine* m the balmier mis
distinctly heard here this aftei
—through the telephone.
Mr.  Juj^ OaJdsM»ord,
traveler; #-_v«d.—  „	
en rout, tu Montreal, wfce**
-obtained • lucrative position.
Victorians seem tu be taking a good
deal of interest in tlie quartz mines of
the interior and frequently visit that
part of the country.
Mr. F. (Ml««i*lfai|*_na**'i(iM;jpw.
eller, makes H dt-Hifey 'announcement
in another column. Mr. Crake shows
rsome very beautiful Xmas goods. >
Before deoiding on the plan ol your
uew house look over the latent architectural designs at Mr. Hill's ollice, McKensle St., and combine economy with utility
and beauty. dw-selStii
The assessments for Nanaimo distriot are as follows! Real proporty,
•617.070. wild land, 1333 acres; personal property, »D22,80O; taxable in-
com., »21,000.
Mr. W. PmUitro announces extra,
bargains in furniture, Ho. for the next
30 days to make room for eastern importations. Sec pdVartisement in an-
.othorcolnmift''*
I afternoon
In addition to our new stock of spriug
•.goods we have opened an Invoice ol
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
rand   French
'TAiuntiNO K*(l
meres.
Wawh'"
dnoWtft |
The question of theday: Wliere are
you going tn get your Xmas Cards
from f Have you seen J. Ellsrd It Co. 's
fine assortment 1 Prices uw»y down.
Call and see for yourselves.  > ddolTtc
The 'tree/]Wiu:fipbtiit\ml'hlnr_*
:»ized comet was seen in the Western
hoavens abnutsix o'olock last evening!
Does this not indicate that there .is
room in Nann'iinb for temperance rev
form!
PollHitl.**)*#itJte BJadtrb_V<6*l Ve#)l«.**»
to the vacant s.at for Nanaimo will
take plsde bn Ah Sfd.'-'' Messrs, Geo,
Thompson, Jas. LewU, S. H. Meyers,
C. 0. McKenzie, and Dr. O'Brien ara
mentioned as possible candidates.
We have received from the publishers, Messrs Copp, J Clark, & Co.,
Toronto, a copy of that roost excellent
work the Canadian Almanic for 1887.
This almanac contains, in a compressed
•°™-, ■* ?Wi MWW-WI-flW1**
useful information.
Tho King of Sweden is a tolal ab
.toiner, ahd U desirous of doing ovevv-
_ thing he call to help on the total abstinence movement in his country.
Recently ho granted the fcMdUih of all
the tailwilys of the country td' Mm..
Andent-ti^ri ttfijnlttilf M•W-W.-0."
T.C.    "'"'■"" "■ '• •>'">»• '"•"«»■
Commons Ewuxiqn.-- W» are autlior-1
imd. fai stato tlint Mr. Donald Chisholm
is iit tlie fieid as a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. , _hfdo25to '•
—: ..—»-_»-« .'i
Thb yosBMiTK A new: shaft lor
the Yosemite wns taken down by the
Rithet on her Tna. trip. It is 14
inches iii diameter and ,20 feet in
letigth; weight, seven tons. It will
1st placod on lh. steamor at onoa and
shanill probably lm ready to go on
tte old route about the first of next
wMlth.__'__     '     ' '   ■'"
Au Jc\fiishliO^_|.—A privitii letter
t> Mr.M[s-f.jpwdonj of Nanaimo,
id' published in the Free Press says
there is a ship lost off Capo Beal. It
is thought that all hands are lost Tho
Indians found a boot on the botch,
and they sny a piece of human flesh.
The,, ship struck on the breakers, and
tank. A part of, her masts are above
I don't'think it is known iu
rrifli' ybt'.'' The' weather' is very
stormy, ■ Only aJpart of the vessels
name can be made out, i. e., "Charles
V^' is alHhat can be read.    "'i.■ •-
! Another Steambe.—Oapt. George
F. Kyle danw to Seattle from Vancouver, B. C., oi|.' Monday, and has
been completing arrangements for
the construction of a Bteamer to be a
little larger and of about tbe same
style as lhi*/0>M Oityi Mr. Kyle I.
interesteji to .*s»» atill * at. Vaucourtl-i
_*iffthi.bi» boat will be used principally for towing ,lof*a for this mill.
G. F. Kyle is, an old Puget Sounder.
He is rbmcirlberod by some as having
been the ptlipii'elot' of "a general' mer-
(*chi^diae.store at, the mouth of the
RlUsguamish river during the years
1868 and 1^9.',Jr-Po,«'-I')il«!lisieiic>r..
'_ ii*i iit^tiT^'*i -ii—■
.'POSTAl.' TELKmAPH   OABIE   Co.,--
Mr. J. Strunuch, inspector of the new
■postal telegraph line on the .division
between Tacoma and Roseburg, ia jn
the city lo-day, snd, along with Mr.
Val, Hall, gave.the reporter.some'valuable . information. Tho line from
Tacoma to Portland is now. completed
with Ihe exception of five miles. Be;
tween fhttliind hnd Iio.oburg only
Iwienty miles remain unfinished. From
Roseburg to San Francisco lhe line is
practically somplefaid. Yesterday the
seven-lime' cable acrdss the bay' from
Oakland to Siin Franoisco was successfully laid. The gap between Seattle
and New Westminster will-soon be
clu.ed, s,nd by Christmas the entire
ltnfe will be cohipleted. By Jan.
lstji. Dices will be opened for business
at ill of ihe principal ' points.—Sea(W«
^ines.    Ji.J-rrt.i	
.     '  i, li    .'• < 4 -W ■
If a few. grains of commou sense could,
be infused Into' the- thick noddles of those
gEDL_SiC*3TO_E?.S
minster
GENTLEMBN.-A* ft auoceiwor to -four
lute representative In the Common*, will
Foon have to be elected, I hereby un-
nounco myself a candidate for theponl-
tion. - ■ ■      u .
I purpose publishing an undress In
whioh I will give my views on the most
Important questions aQeotlnj. your Inter-
eats, and will visit the dlflbrent settlements and addresM tho eleotors before
election day;
In Politics, lam and will fc** thoroughly INDKPBKDKNT,
Yours respectfully,
dwocH5U) T. J. TRAPP.
who pei-
an-1 wo
ituolly aud alternately Irritate
ten tiuiir stomwha ami bowels
f'tb drastic purgatives they would use
(diighly. accredited and healthful lnxa*
tirt and tenic, Northrop & Lymon't
Vegetable Diiodvery tod -Dyspeptic Cure,
which oauies "go« digestion to wait on
appetite, and health on both."
Mr. J. K. Suter, of thb GuartUan
led from Victoria to-day.
jh Bryant, Miss Hairing, and
Misa PrestaiuM^ oiaeigirfc on ,,tbe
Dunsmuir t«|F?rofi^^ ™
\ Rev. J.*M. aterr, of Winnipeg, haa
acoepted a call to the Viotorin Metho-
dinfccli<;
Viotoria at 5 last
evening and arrived here at 11 o'clock
thmraoiriln*.   the* fscUhai it was ne-
- F. Burrows, of Wilkesport, writes that
he was cured of a very danderous case of
inflammation of the lungs, solely by the
use of five bottles of Or. Thomas' Electric Oil. Feels great pleasure In recommending it to the public, as he had proved it (for many of tlie diseases, it mentions to cure) through his friends, and in
nearly every instance it was effectual.
Do not be deceived by any Imitations of
Dr. Thomas'Electric Oil. Bu sure you
get the genuine.
Passengers per c. Fi R,
By Tolegrapb.
j Six-Mile Crkek, Dec. 18,—The following passengers passed here to-day by
Pacific express, and. will be duo at
Port Moody and New Westminster
to-morrow: Mrs. Scurry and 5 children, J. GilliB aUd wife, E. V. Yiirker,"
C. J. Yorker. .1. NichoUou, U. Masters, R>;-_r.-Hau»esiiy,'ll.,Willest4>n,
JKS. H. Olark, A. Medealy. H. John-
son, Tom Barker.
BIk Bend fluid.
A correspondent bf the 0Aonisl,
writing from North Bend, states that
Messrs. Smith & Allen have recently
discovered a ledge of rich-paying gold
quartz, over 300 feet in width, which
can be traced for miles. Assays secur*
ed .-from the.government assay office
gave 935.13 in gold and $20 in silver
to the ton. The rock sent was taken
from the cropping* and there are
thousands, of. tons of ore in sight.
There is good ground for a mill-site,
-And the Water power is sufficient to
-drive any number of mills. If the information given above turns out to he
correct, the immense body of ore will
undoubtedly soon be worked by exten
sive machinery, ns the locution-is favorable in every way The twenty-,
stamp mill now at Yale might be
brought into use. The Ophir Bedrock
Flume Co. are washing up and returns
are good; though bedrock has not yet
been reached.   W. McMillan's com-
}»anyhave just finished placing the
loisting machinery for their mine, on
McCulloch creek, from which so good
a prospect was obtained in August last
In the spring Messrs. Kerr Bros., of
Revelstoke, will send in a small stamp
mill for the purpose of testing the
quartz.. The same firm in Connection
with capitalists intend erecting a 40-
ton smelter at Revelstoke for treating
siver ores, which will be in working
order in June next. Mining matters
seem to be on a steady improvement.
for libel. Mr. Walls nnd Mr. Hell
appeurcd for lhe appellants, Tuttle
and others, and asked for a postpunu-
ment in order tint Bjli'. llichards, Q.
0.,.their sepioi* counsel, who was expected frfifti tho east, might be present, nnd also to ntlord time for printing tHe evidence Jn Hie, case. The
court granted nu adjournment until
Monday* intimating*, that no further
delay would be nllowud. Mr. Theo.
Davie appeared for Mr, WjBe.— Colonist.   ■
Mr. Magwood, VictoriaRoml, write*.:
'♦Northi-op k Lyman's Vegetable Dis
cDvery ami Dyspeptic Cure is a splendid
medicine. My customers nay they never
used anything bo effectual. ' Gdou results
immediately follow its use. I know . its
value from personal experience, hnving
been troubled for 11 or 10 yearn with
DyspcpKin, and since using it digestion
goes on without that depressed feeling so
well know to dyspeptics. I have no lie
sitation in recommending it in any cose
of Indication, ConHtipation, Heartburn,,
or troubles arising from n disordered
Bto'macli.
This Afternoon's Despatches.
rro** DeN|>ntt'ht-«.
Nkw York, Dec'; 18.-*-Stocks were
fairly Btcady at the opening tbis morning.
Business displayed less animation tban
any day for'weeks and noon Iwcame very
quiet. ,   . „|    ...-;.,.'■
I A bank statement shows a reserve de*
crease during the week of '■ seventy-two
thousand dollars. The banks now bold
six million and ninety-four thousand in
excess of tlie legal rule,  ih
■ Sofia, Dec. 17.—The Bulgarian government'has suspended relations with
Gadban Pacha, special Turkish envoy to
Sofia. ■ f>- ■"    ■
Dublin, Dec, 17.---William O'Brien,
who is how in Dublin, to day received
a summons similar tn the one served on
him at Loughrea to appear here to answer
to another charge of conspiracy to de*
fraud. Similar summons will be served
soon, it is stated, upon John Dillon, William Redmond, Daniel Q'RWly, Dave
Bhiecky, and Matthew Harris, all Parnellite members of parliament for alleged
conspiracy to defraud which consists in
their accepting as trustees for tenants,
reduced rents refuse.1, by landlords. It
begins to look an if the government.has
arranged to resist the plan of campaign
by arresting the trustees nnder it in every
locality wherein they accepted refused
rents. ■•*■>-
FORT H«MMSND
NURSERY
JCrull Trees,
ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
Anil GAItDKN STOOK-oniiana In grent
variety.
Everything llrct-eln."* .nmlJfy.nlsh.(l In
goorl shrine. '   ■.   '■     -"-V   . .■
O. W, HENRV,,
(hv-iloHir. Port Kfcmraolld.B. (*.
Supreme Court*
(Before Sir JI; S. Bcjlile, C. J., Mr. justiee
'Crease, and Mr. Justiee walkem.)
Hartnoy rs. Shuswap Milling Company.—The plaintiff herein obtained a
verdict before n jury at New Westminster in July last for $1,008 without
costs. Mr. Bole moved fr>r mi order
to set sside ihe verdict and for a rule
calling on plaintiffs to show cause why
Judgment should not be entered for
defendants or a new trial granted.
Mr. Bole proceeded to ssy that the
aotion waa fnr (20,000, but at the
trial it Ml away to »3863, and Anally,
it:lyas reduced to about'J**KH), in re-
s***M*t of which the fury nave a verdict
for $1,008; that serun days" were
taken up in trying » cise six days
whereof were devoted nfrt to 'ascertaining whether the defendants owed
Hartney any money or not. V„r from
Dt. The jury wore investignling whether the mill was liberal in Iheir general dealings with loggers or not ahd
as, a result of such inquiry the jury
filled the oompany $1,008. It was a
matter of common remark that the
plaintiff was suro of a favorable' finding, and the, hostility exhibited by tho
jury towards the defendants was painful in the extreme. A prudent mnn
who has a good case wants it tried, before a judge. A prudent man with a
bsdoase wants it tried before a jury,
and Mr. Hartney .was the prudent
man wiih a bad ortsr. It wua he who
summoned the jury, and thev justified
his confidence. If tln-re were a few
more exhibitions liko this case every
sensible man would Ire in favor of do*
ing nway with juries in civil cases.
The issues thut finully went to the
jury were: Extra expense un raft,
sleigh crooks, boom stieks, towage.
The learned oounsel proceeded to show
that in all these matters the weight of
evidence wu ugainst Hartney, even
taking his own witneB*ej. He pointed
dot that Hartney's story stood alone;
no wu tho man of truth, sll others
feu liars. Especially did Hartney
foil in respeot of his explanation of the
faot that tho towage account was fur-*
nithed on Ist Ootober 1884 nnd that
,,-- ho, then mode no demur. Finding
m, Mr. Robson, Mr. Mnra's   olerk, was
oesiary for her to lay in. Plumper Pass
during the night and to wait for, daylight fo enter the river shows that the
lighthouse at the sandheids li totally
inadequate:fur; the purpose for which
it wis inWnded on* is; Utmost of uo
value whatever lo river traffic. In
consequence of the shifting ofthe
channel sinco it was built if is now
about a milo and « half ouf <if the
ctKirse of stern-era entering ihe river
'and.consequently' is of very little as-
sistnnce in a dark' night in enabling
theru tir piok up. the buoyr This
state of thing* must not bil alluwed'to
continue, and In tlio opinion of expo-
Jrienced mariners it can euily be rein
edied. It is.suggested that ,1"
boat might be; alrliS-d J.h>;dfi<
piles nost tlie' itiouth of the ohi
to ' iiiiikev_a.. foundation^ fur a
to contain, a'lighf.    TUIiight,(
be arranged _y,I[^ for'two ori     _,     , ._..  __..
days in cime It Oould liot be visitod ny j*H* <n com,> lie Irumued up lhe story
the keeper ip stoemy weather. The thMhe paid the acornint under protest
edst pf suo|>,wt:*rn\ivgei»ijnt wtuk*.  ana made a penoil unto of the protest
       noV excoed; f 1,C*36| so thd*
.t would not require a great effort to
have one neat the river mouth as Well
u (ine <Shk on the Sandheads.     This
{ilim hits boon adopted on the Colum-
iia tiver and lias been found to work
adininibly. ' If something like this is
not done it will bo necessary to have u
light sliip leplaced, for it is clour that
a light house cannot always bo a cor-1
reot guide to li shifting Ohannel,
TM wnmiu ttm stmsststtm.
-4ka Ureal Illa.tratMl ■rlll.k M.m-
lil* EaUiln. tr.n.»iiplr».wo»»«uU
•(IT. W. Pmnuu dt IVs,. MM -srents Ibr
lkeN*l*t**4.MHelS.e*sk.        ,   «r
A now map of British Columbia just
Issued by the government, tor **te at
T. R. Pearson A Co'a. The beat map
everIssuedr (2SS -date ' '■ ' '
' Job printing of all kinds neatly done
it the CuLUMIHAN olliee, .. I'rices will be
fdmill lower than at auy other olhot in
th* jirovlneei'-'-vl-'ii,'       ii»m,.'i "■
Ju. Shannon, Lesskdale, writes; For
many year my wife wu troubled with
ehilbrsins, and oould get no relief until
about two years ago; she was then not
able to walk, and the pain was then so
excruciating that Bhe could not slosp 'at
night. Your agent wu ou his regular
trip, and she asked him if he could cure
her. He told her Dr. Thomu' Electric
Oil was a sure cure. She-tried it, and
jndge'of her astonishment when in a few
days, the pain wu all allayed and the
foot lestored to its natural condition. It
is also the best remedy for burns and
braises I overused.
Per str. Rithet, Iron. Victoria, Dec. 18.-
N Nelson,!*Hilton,Vcrmllyen.Gllchrlst,
HoUe, Mitchell, Gibson, Coldwood, Pike
Ronton, Smith, Sexmith. ■•■_ ". .""
Per str. R. Dunsmuir, Irom Nanaimo,
Dec 18— Miss Anrding, Miss Bryunt, .Miss
Preston, H McKeddy, McKensle, Hughes,
JPIsk.
DRUGGISTSI
New WestnlRflter, 8. C.
mhlOtc
A By-Law
To Rcgalate the Klectlon of « Mayor
and Councillors Ibr the Cltj of
Xew Westminster for  the Year
1881.
1\bs mayor and council op the
. Corporation of the City of Mew Went-
mlnster onuct iw follows:
1. The nomlnnllon of CunJidntos for the
resiHiCtlvc ofllcea of Mnyor nnd Councillors for Uie City of New AVestmlnster for
Uie. year 1887. nhall tnko placo at
the Conrl Honne in the said City in ae-
vDntuiico with the lirovlalonH ot the
Mm-h-ip-illty Act 1881 and nraemllng Act*.
2. And that Mr. James Robinson of the
mild Clly Is hereby appointed Returning
Officer tlieieat.
, il. In case a Pol I is reqnlred In any Wnrd
op Wards In said City, tho vote of the
Electors entitled to vote In every such
Wnrd shall bo taken at the following
plncos, that la lo Ray-fin Saint Andrew-*"*.
Ward, nt the Roynl «!lty Planing Mill's
Btore, Richard Street, In the said City; in
Saint George's Ward, at the Counell
Chamber'-*-, Agricultural Hal), in the said
CHy; and In Sulnt Patrick's Ward, at the
Pavilion on Albert Crescent Garden ln
sald.City.   .
i. The said Returning Officer shall appoint n Deputy Returning Officer for eaeh
Ward In which a Poll shnll be required
at least ono day before said Poll In taken
wlio shall preside at thc Polling place In
.the-Ward fnr which lie Is appointed, and
after the close o( fho Poll shall forthwith
close up the ballot 1h>-[ for sueh' Ward, so
as to prevent the Insertion of additional
XMAS GOODS
D. Drysdale & Co.
Are now showing a nice Assortment of
Plush  Goods!
,.        SUITABLE TOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
... ■ .   _
,f     Wc have alao just opened a lot of Scotch and Canadian
YARNS AND FLANNELS,
Men's Wool A Cashmere Underwear.
•a-EVEKY   DEPARTMENT  COMPI.ETE.-W
We have, lately opened a Custom Tailoring Department on
the premises, having secured the services of Mr. H. Hume (formerly cutter for Craig Bros., Ottawa), and arc now prepared to
ttirn out firstJ-class work at reasonable rates.
A new lot of Overcoating, Tweed Suiting and Pant Goods
isist received.
D, DRYSDALE & CO.,
dw-dei3tc 73 Columbia Street, N. W.
XMAS GOODS!   XMAS GOODS!
ballot, papers, nud deliver the said box to
■"   ~ mtn'    	
ig
iare ballot papers for tlie purposo of ink
the Returning Officer.
5. TIieBnidRotnrn.il-
The Great French Kemedy, Dr. Loire's Periodical Pilb. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative Organs in Females.
They are titst enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and hy thb' means made to retain their full strength for years in any
olimate. Ask ub ror private circular.
A. M. Herring ft I). S. Curtis ft Co.,
New WfBtailrtf'fiT^'JIcNwley, Latl*
ner's Lmidtofl; H* MeDoaell ft Co., Tan*
couver; Ptttlmiiy ft Co., Nauaimoj T.
Pickard, Deuman Island; A. Rl Johnson
k Co., Cheroamus; R. 11. lUchardsou
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hustings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouvor; Tho Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Y*le;
W, R. McgaW, Priflst Valley; H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; .La_-.gi.ey ft Co.,
wholesale ancuts, Victdrin.v ilwae28yl
Wholesale My Market.
Beef, per lOOlbP..,
PorlE . ' " ,:.«
Mutton "
Hfdes(gr'n)"
Potatoes "
Turnips "
Carrots   •   " .,
Parsnips    "
Beets "
Cabbage     "
Onions       "    , - .,
Apples ..-.   M i.    . .,
Veat* "
Wheat        "
Oats "        ..
Pens
Ha;
per ton
 $C.0Q @«7 00
 7 30W 0 00
 HS0@ 9 00
 8 60# 0 00
 0TS§ 0 00
 0 37 dt 0 76
...... 0*0(3! 0 75
 ilVutt)  100
 0 7oA  j 00
 OnOg  too
...... 1 £»(-> 2 00
...... •-'Wfiii   2 fiO
 2 00@ 2 50
 ISO til 175
  1 123 I 25
  I 50 O  1 75
 UlWK«0-"10
 0 35(8 0 30
. 0 129 0 I»
o account in Mr. ltuhsmi's pre?-
eiiiij., but he forgot the exutoiice • f
.telegraphs'nnd luilwnys whun he
counted on Robsun'H ahsi-ucc, and
next morning he Mt iiiuunvliiit iih-
timished and cluifiiJied when Robion
walked into court mul in the course of
his evidence *w.iv« that Un-tnoy's
whole story ahutit the ■.f'to-.t was a
tissue of delih'Tiiti. raUeliooflH. Mr.,
Mara's evidenci! nud Mr. Molutmh1!'
evhjlenue were »U-> ■ ie'ir on this (mint,
and even his nim wt'ii**», Sullivan,
contradicted liiiu. Tlit- l-<n--iivd coun*
let reviewed utl iln> «v <|(|ic.i vei^
fully, aiid at tlie c-ni-ln,*i"ti of his address court grint.-.'.t t'i- "rd-sr Miuuht.
Rule to I<m arui'iVil ■ it lu 17 li >*f J>M'.
iury ueit. Mr. 'I'. Uivi** I « pl-int If;
Mi. B-.leandMr >Vu..hf..i' -I. fe.t.l-
nnt;i_.nitp;iny.
-Wise vi. Td-'li' — I'lii.- * t- in n,i
jrttil'front the jU'l«iit' ni .nf lh>i u itf
justice upon a »eni o ■•( •/:,'.'HI gk«n
in favnr of t.h<» j'!f in If '!i  tifi   lietlU,
 iy,       per
Butter (rolls) perth,..,	
Cheese, "	
K«Hi       per do?, OSHf-toaO
Geese,       each      I 50 fit 175
Duoks " .....:..„ 0 25 (it 0 30
ChleketiH, per pair. 0 50(1 0 75
Turkeys, per Hi  0 203 0 25
Cord wood (retain per cord.../.... 3 50(j 4 00
ST. PAUL'S CHUROH. Services every rtutulny at 11 A, u. and 7 p. w. In
tne Church, Mt, John street, below Royal
avenue. Keala free, all are cordially Invited. Hunduv.Schoolat2.Mp.ir,
(fe38te)
Officer shall pre*
... c purposo of taking the votes olUio Elecloi-s for Council*
Itlrs for any Ward of-Whttls In which a
Poll Is ivqiiiied for the Election of Councillors. - *     •'-'■".     t ( •- ■". *
fl. In case n Poll Is required for the
Election of n Mayor the said Heturnlna
Officer   shall  prepare  separate  bnlloi
{tapers therefor and the votes of the ■ Blfec-
ors shnll be tuken at tho said Polling
places,
7. On each, ballot, paper shall be printed
the nnmes of the Aeveral. Candidates for
the respective offices, together with their
residences and ranks, professions or occupation*., and (In the ease of Councillors)
tho Ward for Which such candidates nre
nominated. . ,
8. Each ballot paper shall have a number printed or marked on the bnck and
shall have attached a counterfoil with tho
same number printed or marked on the
same.
9. The Returning Officer shall before the
opening of the Poll, deliver ortcnuse to he
delivered to every Deputy Upturning Off*
oer the ballot papers for use In the Ward
tor which such Deputy Returning Officer
hns beon appointed to act, and shall also
furnish or cuuse to bo furnished to each
Deputy Returning Officer a proper ballot
box and the materials necessary for voter*
to mark the ballot papers, and suoh
materialsshull be kept at the respective
polling places for the convenient use of
voters during said Election,
10. Every Polling place shall be furnished with a compartment ln which the
voters can mark tbelr votes screened from
ohservatlon.aildHiliallbethedutyofthe
Returning Officer to see that a proper
compartment for that purpose is provided
nl each Polling place.
11. The Returning . Officer and eneh
Deputy Returning Officer shall Immediately before the oommenoeiueat of the
Poll show the ballot box to such persons
as are present In the Polling place so that
they may see that lt Is empty, and he
shall then lock the box and place his seal
upop it Insuch munnerus to prevent Its
being opened without breaking the seal
ana lie shall then place the box In hilt
view for the receipt of bal lot papers and
shall keep lt so locked and sealed.
11 Before or at the time of voting the
Returning Officer or Deputy Returning
Officer shall mark the ballot paper or
papers with his Initials and deliver ttie
paper or papers to the voter within the
polling station after .having marked
the number of such ~ voter on tho
T.l-tof Voters ou thu fnce of tho Counterfoil or Counterfoils.
111. The voter shall upon receiving the
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD A CO.'S
A splendid assortment of Xmas presents now on show consisting of
Plush Goods, Glassware,Ladies' Hand Satchels, &c.
-A  KINK SKLECriON  OF-
TIES, COLLARS, PLASTROMS, SILK HAMFS
Rhine-Stone,Tortoise Shell and Celluloid Hair Pins
an Endless Variety.
j5P*A Good Assortment of General Dry Goods, House Furnishings and Carpets.   Prices right.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Caps.
A full line of Men's Furnishing Goods, Ties, Scarfs, Braces,
Callars, Cuffs and Umbrellas.
A Specialty, Men's Mcintosh Overcoats.
TMNKS * VAUSES. AOENTS FM MoCAU'8 NEW YOUK BAZAI PATTHNI
Jas. Ellard & Co.,
LONDON HOUSE,
No. 1S5 and 127, Cor. Columbia and Mary
Streets, New Westminster.    dwoclS
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods!
CIjOTHINQi
UNDERWEAR
Into the compartment pi  -
iur|inso, nntl Hlinll m.eretly mark his hnl
MKTHO
Bev. C
, ni. ant
BTHOD1ST   CHURCH,   Mary Bt.
" v. O. Watson, Pustor. gervlornat
anil 7 p.m.   Sunday School find
HH.U. Olami 2:.'J0 p. m.    Prayer Meeting on .
*"■ "idtl Pima, ulninniirt '
P. m,
,    p. r
..ordl.-lly lnvltod.
Tiitin-iluYi at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
■* "   '    ■* Je7-tc.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Kev. Robt Lennie niif_.t-.-r. meets In thc Court Hoiine.
Services ni 11 a. m. and 1 f. m. Habbnlh
School nnd liii-U* Class at imiMi. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at lo'olook,
 in"'-' ■•"'-
Btrungersconllnlly Invited.
aptSto
m
VlflOV -UOPHB No, t, A. r.
fc A, M.-Tlie regular Communications of this l-odgs are
held on the first Monday In each
month, sojourning brethren ara cordially Invited toiitleii-i V. WILSON,
tv-mte Secretary.
ballot, paper or papers forthwith proceed
Into the  '"-' -<.-. *-- ..--
fiurtioNO, 	
ot paper or papers with p X on the right
liiinil side opposite the name of nny candidate for whom he desires to vote and
shall then fold the ballot pnper or papers
across so ns to conceal the names of thc
candidates and the mark upon the face of
such bal lot. paper or papers nnd sons to expose the Initials of the Returning Officer
or Deputy Returning Officer nnd shnll
place the same In the ballot box so provided In the presence of said Returning
Officer or Deputy Returning Officer,
l-l. Immediately alter the closo
Poll In every Polling place the Return lm
1-1. Immediately alter the closo of the
_ all In evory Polling place the Returning
OtflccrslmlU n tho Polling place for which
presenco of
THE CLARENCE
.'onu-r Yiilei-t Douglas Blrerli,
VICTORIA,  B. C.
FRANK 0. RICHf\RD3, Jn.   -   -   <   LESSEE
TUUltlfirw URADQiUARTKlUi: FIRST
Class In every respect   tally sap*
Jil I Ml with nil 1-ftUvrnlcnrcN nr Modern
lali'ls.   Sew and Klegant In all Its Ap*
Imltttim-nts.   Prices Moderate,
Tins tniimilttr'-nt Hotel Is now open for
Mie ra-eptloti .iMJuests.
."a-Nn pn III" will he d mired Uy tlie mil II-
n-.'ini"iii m makelhh Motet peasant and
UMmctlVi. , ., .,.   „      ilnc'tc
he Is appointed nnd In t__      	
such of too candidates or of their agents
nsmaybo then present, open thc ballot
boxes und proceed to count ihe votes as
follows: '-
16. He shnll examine Ihe ballot papers,
and nny ballot paper which hns not thereon the name or Initials of the proper
Deputy Returning Officer or tho name or.
Initials of tlio Returning Officer In bis own
Ward, or-mi which mora tales.are given
tbnn tbo Mlector is entitled Io give or on
which anything except tho Initials or
name of the Returning Officer or Deputy
Returning Officer are written or marked
thereon by which the volei call bo Ulenti-
ilcd shall be void and shall not bo counted,
and inn* ballot paper on which votes are
given for a greater number of candidates
for nuy ofllce thnn the voter is entitled to
vote for shall be void as regards all thc
candidates for such office.
Ifl, Tho Returning Officer shall immediately after declaring lhe result of tho election seal upsecurcly tbu bullot papers and
counterfoils used at an Klectlon nnd keep
thesame In his possession (unless legally
called upon to deli ver up the samo) for the
space of ono year, utter which tbey Bhall
**- [< destroyed by said Retilrnlg Officer,
17, This By-Law may be cited for all pur
poses as the Municipal Election Regulation Ry-I.awforl.W7,
IJy-I.nw i-cail (he third time aud Anally
passed by the Municipal Counell the sixth
day of December, A.ll, ISSU.
-fc-Itaconsidcredaml ndopted.and the|nenl
ofthe Corporation Appended hereto this
thirteenth day of December, A.D., 1K1XV
R. DICKINSON, Mayor.
A. J. ALPORT, C.M.C.
LOWEST PRICES.
dwnoIHc
(OPPOSITE COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
W"
HO HAVK FOR MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THE WKST KND WITH
excellent Bread and superior Grocei-ieti have just purchased Mr. Willie's
least of the Bakery, lately owned by F. Kimble, on Columbia Street, and will keep
the two houses open for the accommodation of the public, They engage to supply
Goods of the very best description and at the lowest possible price.
IW Goods delivered to -all parts of the City free of charge.
dseSttc
_ THE BRITISH  COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
1M1*0RTEI1S AND DEALERS IN
BOYS WANTED.   BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Two sjunr noys wanteii .at
. litlno lo slm !.lit> llrill;
Apylr nt T'il« oaici*
I'oluinblnn.
rliinlllrr
New Westminster  Vancouver a Viotoria. in%$|*ttis!t folumbinn
enlm, Beeemlxr IS. IWK_
MORNING  DESPATCHES.
Press 1
Sack
south bofni
to-day at (
i TAtarum*. M
tfreftir traia was delayed
Cimtlo Rock by a land slide.
The train will be delay nd 20 hours.
San FraKoisco, Dec. 17.—-Cleaved,
str. Queen of tho Pacific for Victoria;
str. Mexico for Victoria.
There nre 37 vessel bar bound here
now, loaded with- lumber. There are
U, 715, (K)0*.-feet* uf-*..lumber oii board
t]l080\fMHL>*>' *--■
On Tuesday next u meeting of. citizens and business mon is to be held to
prepare a memorial to congress .taking
for tlio inline.Hate improvement of the
bur. -Convincing facts and figures will
be givon' itfrtetttil.
J. King, Snd-officer of the lust bark
Atlantic, Baid: "At 10 o'clock 1 was in
my bunk when the captain called nio;
said ho was going to drop anchor. We
were then hnlf a mile from shore in a
dead calm with a heavy swell. At 12
o'clock tho 2nd anchor was dropped
und I went hack to my btitjik. 1 was
sound asleep when J waa awakened by
a thud wliiolj hoisted me out of my
bunk and sent ino spinning around on
the floor." twas badly jarred aiid the
vosol was -iLUbi} vj-ile quivering like a
building diOtjg: an earthquake. >'J|Wt
as I got; oii'-^cok- .the vessel struefc-bofc-
tom again. " A heavy swell swept the
deck, knocking off several men. Tlie
scene was a terrible one to witness but
the mon held on with a death grip
to ropeaf tail's, or anything they could
get holo^!/Kii^j;grai>hically described
how both boats wliich left the vessel.
were damped, his1 battle with the
waves and rescue. He concluded: "I
have seen brave men, but Capt. Warren beats any of thom. I never saw a
vessel break up so in my life.   Tim
bers craokjhl %hA, jurtfre torn to pieces
as tUuugh wey welVpap'or instead of
wood,"
Detboit, Mich., Dec. 17.—A horrible sceno- of. poverty and death. lias
been discovered inndelapidated house
456 Woodbridge st., iu this city. The
house was occupied by a stone-cutter
named Thos.i*3Tears Witli his wife and
live children. Mrs. Grears died last
Sunday and was buried Wednesday,
her babe being oared for by neighbors.
Since the funeral tho house has been
closed and nothing was seen of Grears
or his children. Becoming suspicious
that something waa wrong his neigh-
bora this morning broke in the door
and found _ the children pn the same
bed on which the father lay, and who
was crazy drunk. All the children
were down with a violent attack of
scarlet fever. A girl three years old
was dead. ■ A boy 8 years old was
strangling aiid dying and the other'
children were so ill thev could not
move. There was neither-tire* nor fuel
in tlio house.
Washikmon, D.C., Dee. 17.—The
U.S. senate to-day confirmed the nomination ofTTA. BrookBlo be collector
of customs at Port Townsend.
Some, Doc. 17.—The chamber of
deputies has approved of an extra
credit of $5,000,000 for the war and
marine-department.
ViENS.vVec.1.17.—-Political! Correspondence assorts tliat the Russian government litrt wfct'-n telegram to Pnnce
Lnbanoff, Russian ambassador here,
refusing, to countenance the candidacy
of Prince ■Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-
Gotha for the throne of Bulgaria. ■
St. Petbrtb*0ro, Dec. 17.—The
Journal De 'ftV, Petersburg says: The
offer of the Buknu-iaii throne to Prince
FordinauJl oi^xe^oburg-Gotha, reported to hok been made by the Bulgarian deputation wluoh i<s now visiting Vienna, could not have been made
seriously. Tha deputation, says the
Journal, had no authority to oner, tho
Bulgarian crown and it is doubtful if
anybody would accept it under such
conditions. It may be, says the paper,
that the deputation made the offer
tentatively on the-part of the present
dictators of Bulgaria in order to throw
out uu idea that they mean to continue
to make demonstrations against Russia.
The reoklea assertion that uo power
would oppose tlio* election of Prince
Ferdinand to the Bulgarian throne is
unworthy of discussion.
Caiuo, Dec. 17.—In consequence of
representations mado by France England has. asked the British agent at
Aden to explain tite motive he liid in
removing the French flag at Dongarita
in S.-nimdia. lhe place boing in territory over which both England and
France claim a protectorate, an island
which both powers had agreed to maintain in statu quo pending the settlement of..then; dispute.
BEiu.raj Dec. 17.'—Tho commission
on the military bill to-day concluded
the debate on the first reading of the
measure. On a proposal being mado
tliat the,- ($>]amission adjourn until
after tl* \ioli<iuys Gen/Von Schcllen-
dorf, mlifftflr of war, demanded that
the debate on tho second rending be
begun to-day. Conservatives and national liberals wero opposed te adjourning while members of the centre and
progressists favored the adjournment.
During tho dqbafc-Tieii,, Vpn Schellen-
rlorf declared fliat'l't watlImpossible to
accept tho bill as modified by yesterday's vote.. , A motion .to hold n Bitting
to-morrow was rejected by a vote of 0
to 12 and it was decided to leave te
tlie pi'ciiideiit of tho commission the
aiiiiiinoiiu.'g of tho next meeting. This
decision is tantamount to au adjourn
ment until after the holidays. The
language of, V-m Schellendorf wah firm
in displaying-no shadow of compromise
aud belief is general that the reichstng
will be dissolved at an early date, A
minor state of *meMe has been declared
at Frankfort 'km Hkflan ahdlnthe*
districts of Hochst and the upper Tan-
mis and fill tbo enforced to-morrow.
OwKxAij>, fcO $& t&-U. F.
Welch -TOfflIiifg*/-*M*V warehouse was
burned last night, consuming 1000
bids, whiskoy. The fire is of incendiary origin. «.__.,..    ._   ,.,„
Ounninghnin, wlio win »eriou»ly injur-
oil urnnt' time ngo by jumping from a
stroet cut' of tlio Pcoplo'ii lino which
win imminent dnhgtt dt _al)iiHng with
a railway train-at 4th and Popular at.
cTusaing was to-day awarded 925,000
nnd damages by n jury in the circuit
court.
London, Dec. 17.—Cowan & Oo.,
ship brokers and merchants, Glasgow,
hnve failed. Their liabilities are estimated at $100,000.
Continuing his argument in the
Campbell esse Mr. Finlay said the
evidence of Dr. Hicks, who corroborated Dr. Bird in nn assertion based
on a medical examination that Lady
Colin hnd not mistimed, was worthless because the •" witness's mind was
imbued with tbe views of Dr. Bird on
the subject, the evidence of whioh
showed Dr. Hicks to be a thorough
partizan. Concerning the alibi claimed
for Lady Colin on Sunday, Aug. 13th,
1883, Mr. Finlay contended thnt the
evidence was of the weakest character
possible. It rested solely upon the
testimony of witnesses belonging to
Lady Colin's family. Lord Colin alleged that the plaintiff wns at Purfleet
with the Duke of .Marlborough; on
Iho other hand, the defense had clearly proved that Lady Colin was absent
from home on that Saturday and Sunday. Where was she but at Purfleet?
Neptune Blood's attempt to disprove
the mnn servant O'Neill's statement
that through ' the keyhole of the
dining room at Cadogan place he had
seen Lady Colin and Chief Shaw in a
compromising position, hud also
broken down, and O'Neill's evidence
remained unimpaired. As to Gen.
Butter, ho contended that as co-respondent lib would, "if innocent, have
appeared in in oourt and denied the
ohargo -against him. The ease was
then adjourned.
A despatch from Burmah says the
-tSpans have mustered in great force
and occupy the passes ' loading to the
mines. The British column has beon
reinforced.
An interim injunction has been
granted restraining the Uunard and.
White Star steamship compsuies from
refuting to carry any mails offered for
Amnion. The companies undertook
to carry only consignees'letters and
notified the government to that effect.
The postmnster general announces
that the mail agreements for trans-
Atlantic service will expire on fob.
28, and ho invites fresh tenders. He
says experience has proven that a triweekly service via Queenstown is best,
but while giving preference to Queens-
town, other things being equal, he is
prepared ito consider offers from other
ports. He prefers lo engage, monthly or quarterly, the most efficient vessels, but will entertain tenders for a
one-year contract from March or fora
longer period if the terms of service
are completely satisfactory.
A cabinet council was held to-day,
lasting three hours. The chief business was in relation to Egypt. The
cabinet approved of a circular note to
the powers explaining England's views
bn the Egyptian question. Both the,
financial and military aotion of the
Irish executive was approved.
Chicago, Deo. 17.—Central Music
Hall was comfortably filled with loven
of the game of billiards when Slosson
and Schaefer appeared on the platform
at 8 o'clocK this evening. The game
was 500 points cushion enront for
$2,000 a side and the gate money.
When the play began Shaefer won
the hank, took the blaok ball, and
'missed. Slosson counted one and
missed, and Shaefer counted one.
Neither counted in the third inning,
and at this rate the ajnme moved till
the sixth inning, when Slosson rolled
up 11, mostly in the lower left-hand
corner, and sat down amid loud applause with 20 to his credit. The
game olosed after 110 innings had
bean plsved, the score standing, Shaefer 500, Slosson 430.
AtiakHj' Oa., Deo. 17.—The
dwelling of Jno. Swilling was burned
on Thursday. Mr. Swilling, his wifo
and three children were burned to
death. Francis Sanders was arrested
and confessed that he had crushed in
the skulls of the sleepers, saturated
the bed-clothes with coal oil, applied
a match and left. Citizens eeized
Sanders and carried him off to lynch
him.
A rumor has readied here that Sanders was tied to a treo and burned to
death]
Dublin, Dec. 17.—Brady, secretary
of lhe Irish parliament party, states
that a number of Irish commoners
have started for Ireland to take charge
of a campaign which they will prosecute vigorously. Nationalists are
laughing ut tlio stupidity of the police iu not noting sooner than they
did when they might have seized many
thousand pounds by taking action ear-
Iier. Dillon was confined to his room
to-day from the effects of the runaway
aooidenl. He looked wearied. , Mr,
O'Brien's hands were lorn and hia left
arm sprained in lhe runaway accident.
Mr. O'Brien says that, profiting by old
press experience, when he saw a number of police in citizens' olothes at
Louchrea he mado arrangements for
the sufely of the money. He intends
to continue the campaign with caution
and circumspection.
Shenandoah, Pn., Dec. 17.—Between 1 nnd 4 o'clock this morning
fully 4 acres of thut section of the
town upon wliich stood upwards of 50
houses envod in.. The grentest alarm
prevailed from 3 o'clock till dnylight.
After tho surface sank houses swayed,
tottered nnd frightened the people.
Tho surface settled from 2 to 4 feet and
damaged proporty to the .extent of
from 850,000 b> 875,000. The cave
in was caused by robbing the working,
of Kohinoor' colliery wliich is located
undor thnt portion of the town.
The Hamm, Dec. 17.—The lower
house of parliament has adopted a
bill remitting the tax on the free cultivation of sugar in Java and tempo
rarily remitting the export duly .on
sugar for a period of 5 years and
granting 5 years delay to sugar manufacturers in the payment of one-half
of their sugar dues,
l.NuiANAi'oi.iJs, Doc. 17.—A .Ttmrnal,
Kokono, Ind, speoial, reports that gaa*
was struck in well no, 2 at that point
to-day, and in running a drill the gas
hy somo moans ignited and a terrific
explosion followed and tjiirty-five
persons were more or lets injured.
Common*. Eluction.—Wo aro authorized to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in tlio field as a candidate fpr the
sent in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of nur
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwno25te
mw_^mmmmms^
Telephone Call Ha. 6.
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purity.strength and wholesomoness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cunnot be sold in compe itlon with the
multitude of low teat, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only in cans.
Royal Baking PowdkbCo,, 106 Wall Bt,
New York. " 8fel-y
NOTICE
A LL ACCOUNTS MUST BB PAID TO
J\  ine personnlly.
(T.de7ml THOMAS WALSH.
NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN THAT
an application will be made tothe
Parliament of Canada at Ils next -session
for nu Act to incorporate, a Company to
build, maintain   ami  operate a line of
Railway from' some convenient point In
or near the City of New Westminster to
some convenient point on or near the
49tli parallel of North latitude, between
Hernial)moo Bay and Township Ifl, in the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia.
New Westminster, 24th November, 1886.
W. NORMAN BOLE.
d-de4m2 Solicitor for Applicants.
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the Citv ot New Westmlnsler with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which la open fbr Engagement* at
very moderate Charge-).
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
o day or night, stable next IL Elliott's
JOS. CATES.
Telephone No. 80. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds of Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS iGENOT,
D
,0 YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A
Business, take a partner, eto.
PICKERING & GO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglns
ana Broujhton, VICTORIA, B. C. P. O
box IUH. mtist
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
largo qnnutlty of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Which he will sell nt lowest rates.   Ho
will nlso promptly nttend to all kinds of
Orders left nt Mr. McCo11-h storo on Columbia street, or at-my honse. Doujrlu.s
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ET-UOTT.
New Westminster B. C. JlylOto
NOTICE.
CANCELLATION of RESERVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Reserve, nolle.' whereof wan published In tlm "British Columblu tiiuehf,"
and datoil the 7th day of Aiifftisi, 1W4, has
been cancelled by un Order of His Honour
the Lien ton nnW Jove rn or In Council, up*
firoved on the flth duy of December, IfWfl,
n sn fur an It n-liiU'*. lo the lands In New
Westminster District whieh constitute
the townsitc of Hustings, Burrard Inlet,
for the purpose of sule ln lots or blocks at
publio nuotfnn, and for no othor purpose.
WM. SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lnnds A Works Oepm-tment.
Vl-toria,B. C, lieoemberWh, 1888,
d -dell mil
NORTH
1
mm
Capital,  $3,000,01)0;   Losses
raid, $48,000,000
JE«*a»»»■*•■»«•«* A_MM_r
Rates u Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tit Risks promptly token, Hid Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R, PEAa80N,
rl'rc7lii (B. C. H. * 1*. Co.) AOEKT.
WM McCOLL,
antral Uuiii.!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries &"!Provisi6ns.-'
I.UHDBOM'S BLOCK, Columbia SU
 dvf-auJItc	
PI ONPER
Fish $ Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
supply of
Fresh and Salt Water Flsb.
GkA.2CJS> i_sr BIAaOJT.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.
Purchases will be delivered In any part
of the Oily frfrftpf charge.        d-.ly81yl
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to Inform his friends nnd the Publio
Smcmlly tlmt helms purchased of Messrs.
wens A Insley the premises lately known
aa the "Bingham Iiouse," situate on Columbia Street, In this city, opposite the
Htntton of the C, P. H.—to be henceforth
known as the Depot Hotel—where hu ventures to hope that by strict attention to
the comfort and requirements of hia patrons to merit a share of t heir support.
The cuisine will be under the ii__miif_-e-
ment of an experienced cook and the
sleeping department under the personal
superintendence bf Mrs. Bllladeaux,
Premises quite new and charges moderate* _, Iii IL   _!'
P. 0. biiAadeaux.
New Westminster, mh Nov., 1880.
dno_Ximl
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMW.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor «r Dook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels t also, Shins build*
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canuU, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
VR0H LOBS OR DAMASK BT FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital;
•81.600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W.J. AKMSTBese,-
Agent for New Westminster.
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, G.
REID & CURRIE
MANUMCTMEM* IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,   '
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN  THB
VEHICLE LINK
We hnvo a large stoek of most of
tlie above article, oil haml, also n lnrge
stock of Wagon nnrl Carriage Material,
Wheels, Wood anil Hardware.
Ki'pulrlng, Minting 4 trimming
done at reasonable nrioes.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates given on Ironwork, and'
Contracts taken, Agricultural Imple-
ments,made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Farmers, kept in stock and
made to order. i ,h iff'Ji
llorso-Shoelnit und General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, CUins, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Spring., and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything in our line
will find by inspecting our stook that
they don't require to go to Victoria to
get wliat. they want, for tiiey can get a
superior article at a reasonable price
here.
We aro also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated   ■
VICTOR  HAT BALING PRIBS,
At reduced prices.   It Is the best and
cheapest Press in the -market.
iwrWo hav.o got tho best workmen to bo
had In tho Country, nnd we Import nenrty
all the stook we use froni the east—consequently we ean offiir Inducements to purchaser* that wo oould not- hnve dono some
time ngo. AU material nnd work lenvlng
the shop will he ptiaranteed to hejtwt us
represented. Orders from the country
promptly attended to.
dwortml REID&OURRII.
DOUGLAS &
■ Mutiufacltiiw and Importers of ,.
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,
dw-jly81to
-t^OT-tOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have made application to the
Minister of the Interior nt Ottawa for license to eut timber on   the  following
lands:     , .. ■■■
Lots 85a, .-B7, nrm, 302. m,w and ass. In
Group One,  New  Westminster District,
B.O.
ROYAL CITY PLANING M1LL8 CO.
.Limited).
John Hskdi_y, Manager.
New Westminster, Dec, 15,188.1.  d-dlBm
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
NOTIOE.
■\T0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll application will be mnde to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British C'oldmbln, at Its next session, for an
Act to incorporate a Company for the oon-
strtictlon and operation of a line of Railway ln tho Dlstrlet of New Westmlnsler
In the Province of British Columbia, from
11 point nt or near Ladner's Lnndlng,
thenco lu a North Easterly direction to n
point at or near Popcum.
: Dated at Victoria the 7lli day of December, A. I>. 18BG.
EBERTS A TAYLOIL
d-do8w0 .        Solicitor for Applicants.
What: Phvimmhi Say About thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment hy Absorption has for some
time been recognized by Medical M-n to
he the most simple and effectual i»'-nns
of conveying to Diseased Oiaans, "(Jura-
tives," but in cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment wnuiracUenbly impossible until the IntrodmStion of the Starr Kldiley
Pad. It costs less than a single prescription and Is immeasurably more decisive
and effective than an), quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Disease, i tn curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
as required to Insure In return their healthy action and original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant In Its
effects, and cures whon nothlug else-can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results, A moro valuable
discovery as n trno remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never mude.—Medical Gasette
The Marr Kidney Vail, manufactured
ln Toronto, Is a permanent sure euro for
diseases, disorders and aliments, of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain In tho small of the back, stdes, etc.,
firoduclng urinary disorders, such as too
requent, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting tbe presence In the system
of dlsoases com mou lo Ihe urinary secretive orgahs—known as gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria, Retailed by A. M, HERRING and IX 8. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster; T. MoNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: II. McDOWELL
A CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL-CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver:
W. E. McOARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
nnd Kamloops: J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
R. MEG AW, Priest Valley j H, CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. dwseiMyl
FinlFhl
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSnl June, tSB0„
MR, G. ROBERTSON,
Vancouver;
Representing Goldle A McCulloch,
Gait, Ont.
Rm.—We tho undersigned having witnessed tho terrible Are which wiped out of
exlHtenco the young city of Vancouver,
on the 18th Imt., have, after the fire, examined the safes sold by you, some of
which were put to tile most seVere test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of bml and bacon, and we are pleutted
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every Safe sold hy you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money wero taken out in perfect condition. We oan, therefore, with the greatest .confidence, recommend them ns thoroughly fire proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Rnilway Compnny: M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John .1. Blake, stipendiary Ma.
a 1st rate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
10 Peace; John B'.uItbee.P.ili.-e Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of IhePeaoo; Isaac John*, Col.;
Edwnrd E. Rand, Keal Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Seal Estate Broker: Pither A Bdeon,
oval Hotoh II. K. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,: J. W. McParladd, Port Moody,
lo1 Vancouver and English Bay; K. O.
Innes ft Co., Real Kstato Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R, O, Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeHOto
[J..S.J    CLEMENT F. CORNWALL
CANADA.
PROVINCE OK   BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Grace of Oral of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, (ii. kk>., Defender or thn Faith,
tic., Ac,, Ac.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
isrrve In tho Lcglxlatlve AssehihlybfOur
Provinco of llrltlsh Oolumbia, and summoned and culled to a meeting of the
Legislature or Parliament of Our said
Province, at nur City of Victoria, on
Monday .theTlilrlcentli day of Deoember
Instant, to have heen commenced and
hold, and every of you—GRHbtihoJ
.    A PROCLAMATION.
B. Davik, 1 WHEREAS THB
 1 W  Meotlngof the
Legislature or Parliament ofthe Province
ALEX. 1	
Attorney-General, j
11
8B . .'..S-CEAMrEH   I
"GLADYS
TTNTlil   FURTHER'"NOTICfi' WILL
U  leave on MONDAYS for Chilliwhack
and way places, returning on Tuesdays.
' Leaves on THURSDAYS for Hope and
wuy places, returning on Saturdays.
■(twnollty ,,    CAPT. INSLEY, Master. ,
td British Columbia stands culled for Mon
day, the Thirteenth day of December Instant, at which time nt Our Oity of Victoria, you were held and constrained to
appear.
NOW KNOW YE.thatfordlverueauses
nnd consideration, and taking Into consideration the enso nnd convenience of our
loving subjects, W«.- have thought ill, by-
and with tbe advice of Our Executive
Council of Ihe Province of British Columbia, to relieve you, and each uf you.
of your attendance at the timo aforesaid;
hereby convoking, und by these presents
enjoining, you and eaoh of you, that on
MONDAY, the TWBNTY-TOURTH day
of ttio montli of JANUARY next, you
meet Us In onr said- legislature or Parliament of Our said Province, at Our City of
V lotorla- FOR THE DISPATCH OF BUSI-
NESH, to treat, do, aut, and conclude upon those things which In Our Legislature
of the Province of British Columbia, by
the Common Council of Our said Provinco
may, by the favor of God be ordained.
In Tmtimony WHKitKur, Wo have
caused these Our I-ctters to bo mado
Patent and the Great Seul of ihe paid
Province to be hereunto affixed; Wit-
new the Honorable Ci.chktitF. Corn*
wall. Lieutenant-Governor of Our
•aid Province of British Columbia, In
Our Oily of Victoria, In Our said Province, this Tenth day of December, In
the yoar of Our Lord, ono thousand
eight hundred nnd eighty six, and In
the fiftieth year of Our Reign,
Hy Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
iI-deMiil Provincial Secretary.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
r. JAMES FIBHEB* Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ae. ■
. Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of what they wish, ean have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
ou the Pacific Coast, and at reasonable
rates. N,B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. 0.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
mhlSto
JOHNS. COX,
M
Importer and Dealer tn
P
INO^UWNQ
WI1ITB LHOHOntlli,
BROWN LEGHORN!,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
LANGSHANOS,
Whll. Created BU«k Poland.,
/        Guinea Pawl., lUuen Dunk.,
While P.kln Dnafc..
Pit Gani... Houdan..
n&.BIrrlnand Elks luppliad at low rate.,
and all stock guaranteed.
Boynl Avenue, Kill ojTDoigUlBt.
mhsto
New Westminster, Goal Harbor
and Seattle Boole.
^Ua S
THE STEAMER
(J. w. TABTE, Muter.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
TknndarHornlaialla'clack, for
Now Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Island.; arrive, at
N.w Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leavos for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR Friday Nliki for Seattle.
r rate la Seattle, $-,M
t'Kltktptrloa,.. «.M '
Bpecial rates to merchants.       aplOtc
A Private College I
 FOR	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL HE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY. VICTORIA, B. C.
—ON—
MONDAY, AllfiliST IS, 1886.
HE   BUILDING   HAB   IS   LAItUK
Room, nnd Is well furnished with
T......
realster grates, bath rooms, A**,, Ae,
■ Excellent opportunities fur oil kinds of
healthful exercises, Including bqallng and
bathing,
Pupils will bo made most comfortable
and their general welfare earefully considered.
A QOMPETEMT STAFF Of IMTRUCTOM
will be maintained,
Excellent facilities will bo afforded for
instruction In Catfish. CoMmerclal.
CtaMleal and MaderaI«bi»mkc Bubjeete.
with iMKli-muratal Nmlr.
Application Forms, References and full
informntion furnished by
MUM, O h BfttiK-TOH. M. A.,
New WuHMiMorn.
Jane 9,1886. dwjlyato
Re-Opening!
1.$.
HAH OPENKD A SHOP ON
Mckenzie   street,
Pint Door to tho Right from Columbia
street and will have always on hand
a fall assortment of '
AND AT HKAHONAHI.E PRICES.
A PERFECT  FIT
Guaranteed In Every Case.
doeSlb
MONUMENTS
rniiK underhionedjmas beun ap,
1 pointed aairntlil British(.Ylilliitilafor
these beautiful monuments. Full particulars us to prices and designs on application. CHAS. I. ROBSON,
Atthe Fruit and Coiirectlimenr Store, np-
DMlteColonial Hotel, New WaatmlniUr,
LIFE Ml!
Canada Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED  1847
Capital A Funds,
Annual Income, ■•
•18,000.000
•1,400,000
THE DNDEBSIONBD HAVING BEEN
unpointed Agent for the nbove Company Is now prepared to receive applicable standing and business of this Company alTords to those insured therein
Absolute Security,
Combined with the lewd lain and
Highest DIvMead. poulhlr.
HENRY V.EDMONDS,
In the East.
JUST ARRIVED!-
Specialties in Groceries!
THE FIRST INSTALMENT OP MR,
McPhaden'i purchases In the East
has Just onlvird. This shipment tins
been hurried throiurh specially fur the
Christmas and holiday trade, and consists
of .choice and woll selected Qoods.sult-
able for this season of the year.
Heavy Invoices and bills of lading arc
Just to hand direct from manufacturers,
refiners nnd packers of i Qoods, now in ,
transit across the continent,  and when '
this lot arrives McPhaden will carry the
hest assortment af; ,.   ■    .
Staple nnd Fancy
Groceries
In the Province, and sell   at  prices'
never before touohcdln Bflllrh Columbia.
Coal Oil     Coal OiL
A car load ofthe famous high test ft»*__w
Bi-O Coal .Oil  direct  from  Cleveland,
Ohio, expected dally,   r        .   <
SUGAR,
SUGAR.
A car load direct from refinery of Su*
gars. Syrups nnd Mobilises  expected on
Just arrived direct from Yokohama, ex
"City of Pekin," a tine llneof Jnptui, Entt>
lish Break fust, Young Hyson, Oolong and
Gunpowder Teas. j;  .
■BTCaU and examine our floods beforo
purohaslng your Christmas .•uippItcN,
D. McPHADEN,
Importer, Wholesale A Ket.il Grocer.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     ddVilc'
DIUIR * ntrOBTKR IH i
Dry Goods
GROCERIES
Just kkceIvbd ra dkyooods?,,
A NEW STOCK
Is all shade, aud material ol DRESS
QOODS, including Cashmeres, Mciiuos,
Silks, Satins, Black anil Colored Velve-
teemoiulPloiliei. COTTONS (bleacher!
and unbleached), LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *o. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
tnd Kid. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, all prices. •
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliant., to., *c.
Men's Clothing!
Per Quality, Stylo, Wt and Price.
can't he touched. ,-,.■',,,
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In overy Line. , Cottou, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collin, Gloves, Bimow, Cardigan Jackets, *o. Ain, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, UinU Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety,
Alao, HATS and CAPS, Uilln'tnd
Gents' RUBBER GOODS and UMBRELLAS.   '
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpeta, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnee, Sheetings, Towels, ■ White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Arctic-down Quite, Table Cloths
and Covin.
IN GROCERIES '"■■
Everything found In a flnt-olasi Eitali-
lishment, ami none but the best. Canned
Goods, Pruiti, Meaniand Vegetable..
M.a*l.*W<Jkeap«M4.. litest tar
tkeaerkeeyuwah kal I e_br rea tlw
kt*aad alike lowest »ri<* Ikereaaka
•eM M, ead ran let wkat we Humtt,
dnirntc

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