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VOLUME 1
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Sail-fi i^ti^r^lttmbiitn
Frirtny Evening, Nim-mlicr 13, ISM.
The word liberty is so little un-j
dststood, or n greatly miinclti--,
itood^ttiit;'. it ilwojildj be iifjsfifrt 'tp'
"*e*T» B fEiN Nfl"1^.''
ktfifiJsf ftrjjthi ajtJe§cf of Sw ii|(l
order; to others it signifies the free-j
dom of speech and action, regardless of the opinions, feelings and
rights of those not iu harmony with
trampling upon another portion of
humanity. What then is liberty?1
If we cannot freely utter our
thoughtsrr-if we cannot sot as we
please^lflio'hiifc'-JSWiitelri^? These;
and many other questions of tlieir
kind confront those who earnestly
strive to establish liberty upon a|
foundation of rook. Liberty is that
fftedon. ..*■#•!•; i.rmj|ffil>-ff<!ife
nghts or all mankina, the well-
being of others, and tho well-defined
law of compensation — that law
which gives and takes to the exact!
line of justice and from which none
can escape.—Ex.
Mr. H. 0.13«etcj<'Bg««t f-«*»jil
for Britisli Cojniiibia in'ionflori.'ffiis
written to Mr. John Jessop, Donnii-J
ion immigration agent'in this city,
notifying him of the safe arrival of
the fruit seig into ;this provinco to
the ■ ooloniaijj' esj-tbitidli and wlmt
was tliougTifoTtfTiy mr. Starr, who'
has charge of the fruit department
of Canada's exhibit. Mr. Beeton
evidently, was -mi lit-, riutrilant over
the .Kcellen'ce ofl »itisKl«&<imbia's
• c««Wtl."iti5S***Vri"-~^
pression it made on the numerous''
visitors who beheld it. He encloses
a letter from Mr. Starr, in which
that *g>$tyiaT attien'-ittW' on the
Tuesday -and-. Wiilnes-lay previous
to his writing they had received 350
cases of fruit and vegetables from
Canada, which as soon ns the Royal
Horticultural Socioty removed its
showj fconS. .tks, gctMeryotom-toShe
position. Mr. Starr and his stall'
worked all night Thursday, and on
Friday inohling had no less than
2,200 plates of fruit on one long
table devoted exclusively to the display of the vegetables, with that
man}*-more ta open., Tlia^jghtiWas
«|-|l6ri6ii8 dfar'fl_«l-ta6_. ll*SfcTiV-
ing visitors entirely by surprise.;
Mr. Starr says that British Columbia carried off the palm for size in
fruit and likewise in "fife of. the
vegetables, whicli*'JwiJt)laiin.yifi
mense and of excellent quality.—!
The commercial world of Britain
long years of business depression
that the, people are in a state of
wishiiig'i-Bytililfig for a change At
the same time they would as soon'
tha} [*)*** RU a good European war'
over Egypt or Bulgaria as anything,
else. For one thing, they think war!
mj_v Wtainly relieve tho great|
agricultural depression'**!i»*i£*-iSp,i
and it would also set vast additional
sums of money afloat.   Although it
cannot,^:-tW».t»rf£j^e*W *•«•
counted for—or be very well based
—there is .«, ,co|ivictipnJn British
9ii*J_JM-ttiitt«lBi^_hammeroialj
ootivity and prosperity hns now!
dawned..-.. When _f graunds of,
_aB-UiWarelij^i-4_y sifted it may
be found that the belief rests merely
upon a. Irioyaivt. hope that better
times WCvSwin; but even that is
better than a continual state of des-
■ftrtow-uf_ut
■* 9#W^*Moq!S|tt*1f»8
were T,not unsatisfactory, that the
clearing house returns were "decidedly hopeful,"and that tho railway earni^ pW^fcTOW
And there is no doubt at ail that itt
least one big trado and somo littlo
tMHMHHMWS
shipbuilding industries were never
Wit • W W«*%fil«-* ifikn >w$mm,
Wwl ha^ihoweifuVrisen grently ih
rprijW.iaiiiJigppi-eK^-aliifciiA-iannw).
Then there is also a better nrqSneot
at present for both tin ami lead
than there has been for years; and
tho coal-mining industry is likewise
•WOLF SMITH, HiU.
D    	
" Xftifaffl '(for ■.tfta flre^l)-*--cfver -Hd-V
ring's Drug Store. .
OFFICE TlOxh&lifiSidAo 12-hooll, \
to 5; unji 0:80 to 8 p. m.   \       ., dnoioto
i
-. Cooper, u! X,"**. p.V
PHYSICIAN A SORGfcoii.
B:«ii
St,
OFFIOE and RESIPJSNCE-Cburqh ....
" (next door to FirmieMr* Home), near
Columbia St., Now Westminster, 11.0.
OFFICE HODItS-8 to 10 a.m.; Ho 8 nnd
0,30 to 8 p. in. Calls ,ln town and country promptly attended to. fo2to
**,, p, -**4isH, *'■'■* '"*
1« ,•■'■••■ DENTiaJr* ''■   "
Colonial Hotel,
•»ft*l»ej<i8_D_rjtl'r,B.J(.; '>''J np28fo :
IJIJ;  ■'    I I   .''JJ.-
m
m
, BROWN.
Q B.jH	
OPFioB-a\fSr K^K'-CUrih 4Co.'»T)ni'j|r
Stftie, C01uml)lr>st.v-*'cw Westminstor,
•■*-t-6\tW-W«T_?-I**--«T. —
|..L»«Silll»*1'ri'tmW.f
Teeth palnLpl-lyioxiracted.   aul2
s-iokrould a nccoLii,  .
•   '     '.»     BAKRISTE1JS,
Ih^iilSffifewaiisi
ajfd'VoTiSonvor.B.C.
:;80LI0liOI*S,--T0
jerfsie street, NewWestminster,
" Jyaidtfto
w.
nor iii an bole,
*bareisteLat-£aw.
I-tfHir-1 Agent.     -   .   .    Money, to Loan.
Oolumbia street,
se2to New Westminster, B.C.
NEW^WESTHISTBTER, B. ,0., ,FK|DAT EVENING, NOVEMBER'"l2,'1886."
'1 ..Tii ''\
NUMBER 90
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WnABP*ttt.BT • TlCTGklA.
AaE-sraa jb-O-3
Noi-th Brlt!f.h and Mercantile
insurance Uo. for mainland:
H.C.
BEETON & CO.,
SU TInsbury 6lr_us,
London, 'EC.
H. KHIaLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
SHOES
Iildlrrr', Seals',  SUmus' ana,C*|IMn>'s
'  -■   BmIs, Ikors nail Oalieri
Mndo to Order .and Kept on Hand.
G010MBIA •STREET,-    -^ (T*P: HYAQX HALL
•, J J NBW' WESTMINSTER, B. O.   ]
i«    mh4IO'        ii   ■     1 1
i LUEJJllT Jj HILL,
•'.'      CIVIIJ ENQINEEB,
Lnntl Surveyor, DranglitHinnu, eto,
'■* OFFICE-Ono door' Nortii 'of MesBrs.'
Corbould A McColl'8, McKenzie Street.
.,, , . dwsel3tc
: WAI.T-JR 3. WALKER,
'..SiJS-ll.lr'i     ?{".•".
Audltoi-, Accountant, *fcc,
-CoUinUlHotef, XoytVfes.pt.-j      cUel-1m3
'\'-lt(koWS_H_*-
JO.. . Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
begs to nrinoilnce that lie will resiiine'buB*
inessus '     win
.Surveyor, Ee»l^ttito r.ruker end
jw^O-T,y»i f'miwj'inccr1;- ■■■ ■'"'j*:'-
On and after the 2ist Instant.  Offlco, New
DUeOSmi Hotel, Mavray St., Port Moody.
:i.l^il'r_*l*}lWR-t_;*Mt')
■nrt-'j.^BApFi"")'-"-*''"*'*^
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
rfestrtiBHte?
All coniinlssloiifl will receive prompt
and caret»1 „ attentiqn. Best references
give^V|i»ii^ciaJre(tlJ;;;.i       ,v ml^2-to •
Rent and Debt Collector.
SfeYEftAi. GOOD t'itLM FOR SAIiK.
v llnrtn»rd. Vemn,
OFFICE:—Ferris Street, New Weatmln*.
Ti"i   T031Jia*l   fit
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate, Insurance and
**« Copifiyilli^nts/'-M
J*lKWU,«W^^*rJ:Ji_«*_«cE
.8881
",q|pplma«» „     jmnmirtTHI^TMI.
itlon'nffl'i? 1""flc",l":' ' '"   '   !
Real Estate, Mining
ANO MONEY BR9XERS,
must lie admitted that there exists various jmxkI , grounds fo*. the
wicH^Jidl-KI-il a Wp4'!-t!a.ti rtiiugs
nro going to mend in liritain,—
Swtlish-Anterican Journal.
■Ali IlK'SJR'pTlSrSSf^S?,! . II
,,  FU«RKD T..NOI1K AMI) IMI'UIIK UaBilll
'*•*-*« t^tMmtm of Wlttt-nelWrti'no-
disii bjr Notiiirop ife*i>iU^^yi*grt»Wf
Dtsconry and Syspeptlo'Caro. Heart
barn, wh^JbuMspj *lio.(ljr»p«*ic alter
meals, ami all tbe perplexing anil changeful symptoms of entablislieil Iniligost'yii,
art ilisgersed^byjjjt^s saju-^ry-jorrective
|Sl.0*t_i ^g^R
'^N'ttotryER. B, O.
'St .'trJMsJ'MsiiOiTTATtiVr.:.;.;
r'; '-'J', ll .      ' ' ' tolfftp      '• '       .■'"'   ' '
pRAL JKSTaTB BnoKRita,   J'"
.. . ,     Conveyancers, Collector*,
.).-JvJ'r ' .!     .... AM' lUsnrAh'cri Agents,
"^rt'^i)t'V'i^titV;i^rfti'ri!«t,
.'''"" 'J'NBW'WBaTM-INSl'RRl' CmilOr
"j"'.",   "''" '^"fpiI'llo'linrl'OmrlttrOnSISJI ]
n'ri," r..»Al*OeBVEn|rBnrrlova Stieet, '■
BUILDINO LOTS (or sale In nil motions
ot Vancouver nnj Now Wostlnlnslor Clty.r
FAItM^/lSBsi 'or stiigrloTOailty (or
sale at ClilllWhaolt, Tort. Hamttlodd,
l.analey, Mntsrllll, finmri., Mart Uny, l.nrl-
iifr'a itammsi Lain I.lninl, Nortii Arm
and I'Jtt Rivor.
Mnprhbd Plnnif »»hlbll»il »ii-'H1m lull-,
e_t Information ftirniribediitnllotirolllcoiiJ
'Ll ''"l"'",j|','i'if"ytf .   " ,.,''.
^D. B. PROPHET,"-
c-|^^t«W^^';
Builder.
' , JubVilnix (if all It I inl* ■ promptly -attended
to. ICntlinati's furnlmied du Mh-nliortuHt
WQl-l-w.. Amlrcf<s:-*-M(-KKN/.iK Ht., next to
Drill, Shed. dnane   '
THE CtttEHtf
■: Corner Yates & Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK C. RICHARDS, JR.   ■   -   -   LESSEE
TOURISTS'HBABftUAnTRRS; FIRST
Class In every respect   Fully nap,
Sited willi all t'onvcnleneeH of Modern
otels. New. and Klegunt in all itsAp-
pointm.'iits.  i'rlecH Hluderale.
This maf-nlflecnt Hetel is now open (or
the reception of Guests. J-»"   "1
BS'No pains will be spared - by the management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. , .  ' dqe!jta
■      Mannfacttirermid Doalorln    G
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FIKDINCS.
All Kinds of Hides and Skins Oak
and Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID FOIt HIDES AND'SiUNS.
#•*■ t.-'-viT/Prr*^ :■*«
On-biuhtl nlmt-M a goodiupply of Leather both of my own manufacture and
imported.
I havo secured the services of Mr. Win.
Hiiruett to.superintend the custom re-
ulrlnptltpartmeiit. ■ ■ * *,       •• .
/ J K ,. r'      ' JAMKH,nOTISHB.AF,
'Columbia St.,Ne^-Westniinster.
■' $ ! ',    .      3  (dwnnjlyl*) tl J
WALSH
Tbe Mel Tailor
■* '■'.'■■ ■ ■**
n Columblu 8t„ New WcstmlnitoK
HAVING j^rsT r-b:cejv^d our nbw
RprliiBStoftk.woinvltflliispaetlonof
tho finest -.election of
Enttiun, Scotch, (icnunn, Freiirh,
.. wid Amerlfan      . ',.   t '
suitings \-em
Ever shown ln*,Nsw Weptmlnste^.. ]Wp
have secured the services nf MR. HUGH
0»fl|A«-A-Si» practical Cutter who has had
longes^ferie'ncoln'l'.iondon, Parle,and the
leading oastern cities, and for a GOOt>;I?iT
aijd artistic stylo wo defy^ompetl tii
"MhMto*1  >''■        fllSoa WAI
ALSH,
AUCTIONEER
SRPRAISER
—-KTUD	
BBttlJI-BiiiW||enJii
HAVING HAD KXfKXSIVK'EK-
lioriencd ia CnlifDnila;'niitV,' lilau-
wlioro in tlio ulrovo Imsine-H, I um now
preparod to tnke clinrgo of any snlea,
auction.or otherwise, that tlie puiilic
may favor ino. with,
Ouns, Blfifs, (Jarti-Wgi's, rowtlcr,
Shot, Fishing Tackle, NpooU-
'   clos,   Cutlery,   nnA   liar
(ilasmrnrc,
TO BE HAD. AT THE QUI  STANI1,
.'..',' ,        ItPTOWN AH THE'; ,
-Menagerie; Shop,'
'OOLUMBIA  STREET.
ilwnnlrtc
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Manufacturers und Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
N_SW -kwtiMnsTeb, B. 0.
i;:J ':,,,.■:■ dw-_lai8itc ■       _b^_
CHaHLES MURRAY,
• '. h''"fPtjlff^* STRBET/j jli-' .
«pi>. n-jjlsifi om«e, KwrWest'i*,
PHtENIIJ
That old reliable lw,iira.'ire Cuiuiiuny
,      ar Londjim. Kiiichiiiii.
JAS.
r„ iAQENTtFOQ Ji|IW-JIIESYMiHSTER JI
Rates of Insurance as low as other
Companies.
■"   •(■r____-.l_.   Ul
Losses promptly paid and no
Unnj'iesparj'jj trouble' given; to
t^-lfK^OSJJVNATH.';  ;
.Nesr^erfi,tool. litli. j.; .    yolMlue
Gas Fittings!
18. SCOULLAR i CO.
Are rrepared to Su-jiply und Erect
Cas Pipe,
Cas Fixtures,
Arid everything.-i'oliitlii^tothlaibi'unch of
bualncBB. .'f-.ii'l •)'■■■.    ■ '-■ "
fits-Experienced and competent men
oqly employed, .and \york guaranteed
ffrtitclaiaa in overj* rospeet. Prices hb low
aa,a**?*ywhero else. ■. '
E. S.,HCOULI-AU.feCO...
d-J)y8UC: Coluniblafttreet.;
PAPER HMift. &LAZIHG, KrtLSOMiNINC, &0.
•2- WMl*W£%t .;
Tho laigoat assoftinont of Wall Paper
in the CHy. •.•Dinpiislnu newest patterns.1
always on liiuiil nl. bottom prices. Sam-
plea on viow at T. It, Pearson & Co.'s
Store, CotumbiivHt, Paper !ian(fl>BE tit
spi-cliilly ln'w nil eft. dHeiiilc
 f*4Hf_**1-'' !-~r& '
*iOTHERO&te
MANOMCTOmSsf iK_ffi'.'i>EWiiGItS IN
Al.t, KlNDSOFFnitNITUrtE.
REMOVED
«S*lHi'Kliop'tH^>ly 'oomipicd-4.iy -Afl*. Darcy,
-.. Columbia Street,
Call and examine our. stock and prices
bofore buying. We can't be MVDEKSOl-l)
In the city. Repairing of all kinds neatly
done. :,-. ■ j 'WVPIlOTHeRO A CO.
J. W. HECKLEY
TI40& OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
B&g^es, CarriagBS,
:i it it "*^7!! jAi/G-.ffil'sJtrSiii
Blacksmitli and MaoliMst
AU kinds of Machinery, Patent Ijocks;
Safes, Sewing Macliines, &c, Ae.,
BLACKSMBTHINC
iu    _
mjii
irsj, J>f
all IW hi-o nchtlft. H'SrmoraTLoBglrs'
till and Colltfadt Work: AgVleiiliiinil
Implements, and -. vcrytliiiig In the
. '  .blacksmith line made toonior.
Having securedjfl«)t-f:liiss workmen, we
feci confident of giving Hiiti.sfin.lion.
tsSF Horae*ah'Qetng a -specialty.
dvf41y3Ue]; CoitpiuiA St., New Vftki.
t.tltffli*,
DEALER IN
PeebiesrHeckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
MANUFACTURERS,
■' • . [Vj] nry-Ajjir,,,.':   '->i,.|T;
SnrliiR und Wool .Mattresses and
Bcddlni* always t)t\ linnd.
HAVE ON HAND THE
m$,^i_(0$$m
naWww--' BiMlrnnn  Wolfed   !■  A.li,
riinry, IValnut, or Hahognny.
Kstimate-f for Oflico and Store Pit tings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by the Arm, who aro now prepared to do till kludt) o/-work in tho up-
iiolstery \W,*. '.•/•;_"   .'     .   UJlyMc
TO THE PUBLIC
M>
Dliijlpilal
/AWIKG . TO. THE LAPGE IN-
WjW S*. W*Pr <>f l»tiontB
received at tlie ltoyal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, tlurinc the lost
year, the Board of Directors fintl it neces-
■W'tfl-flPPco!. 'W t^jptiblip; fox eneist-
ance. -Inviewof tite vfott that tho-rlW*
bursements for Uie laat six months have
been in excess of tho L-eveuue. aiul that no
public sijlisc'ri^t-^pa fcavt been solicited
during tho past three years, the Board
| are couipcUed to lMttko. this appeal. -\ ',
■' Mr." W.-H. Keary will pei*soutiiry can-
vass for subscriptions,
G. W CORBOULD,
fttrtj
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
tho "Temperance House,"fronting
on Col nm hi rt and Ohuroh Street.., opposite
tlie Episcopal Cliurcli, and now Known
iin iho
FARMERS' HOMEI
Will accommodate tho traveling public
at the following rates:
.SI 00
500
Board ner day,...
"      ■'  weok  - w
Single Meals    25
Betfi.„     26
»A.Oood accommodation for Ladies und
amllles., rayMc
E. HUTCHERSON,
.   NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN .
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner-q Landing, B.C.
miiE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
i ffjrm Uie, people of British Columbia
that ho has established a Nun-cry at Ladner's Landing, and is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Tree-*, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery..Vines, Smull Fruits,
Ac. Tree*) imported or home grown ee*
cordinittotbfi wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training in tlio business, and having a
Sermnnent sluice-fti the country It is his
it crest to deal fairly with the public-. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
hlspersonnl attention.
1 auTMc.*: '■,-.E;-HUTCHERSON.
G.
HAVING TAKEN
Lunaiioin's Building. Front St.
, (Formerly orrciir.!.!. by Kyle & Tllton),
IS  \0M   RIIADY
to servo his customers and everybody
with ns good u stock as a man wants to
select from.
Dry   Goads,   (.rorcrk-*).    rrovlMlons,
Crockery* VlaNHM'Hre, Itnols, Ac
Borne and soo the now place, and let us
know1 what you thiekof it.'
dwoclflte O. MCDONOUGH.
"BLUE SITORE"
WATCHES
A fino assortment of American Silver Watches, pat, dust-proof cases,
Flrst-class Swiss Watches, from $8
upward,
CLOCKS
A large mnortiipnt of 8-daj Strlk-
,,. Jng 0l.-|€te,. witli, csthedrs! jgong;
- solid H'iilnnt ciiscs: latest (lesigtisV
Also. Both Thomas' Xltklc Alarm
Mocks.
•s*A NICE ASSORTMENT OF JEWELR..-M
IlieWsrirllBeimlilimii8|i«rlally. All
Work Wurrantnt.
B_r Rcmcmbtrr tiio   place—tho "Bluo
Store." _,
(,, ..j., iflr^e Aasjortunont ol
nJ|iiy;t8||i©piii
-AND-
G Ff bPOB RIE S
Zlas*' and "T'eed.
-1     Avi-6-.isASi'kNl) UETA.tf.'-''
OIHs'.   '":    i-rft-- ,. i
W06D ASD <(»AI. IIIJI.IlIHIJIJ TO
ANT IMBTOF TIIK CITV.
ob OJ lu'iinj")! i  '.   . pW
AVorniitwoHtngerfilnlIy.pxcPiitSiinflnys,
lo.l''irlSIirrniv,r..rrylnir U.M.9. mnll*'
As noll(.ilpr ortobarcolHlisetl wooon by
-l(^>o.!rtp'iiftW*s'Jrin'l 'enrpfn'r eeoiidmy
spjjvjgllio public at oaiicclnlly luw riitr.*.
COIDIPA STREET,     NEW .WESTHIKSIEH.
dttiiti-tUc -I'nnitlnghaui AQitfn,
\a\\i2 vnie"? i e istayO
j_S all perioiis Indebted to 1 ho lute .loshua
Atwood RoynpldH Uomcr. dninw-ly of
NeWWotitinlniitor, debi-ftnetl', are Wfpflretl
to pay theamouiitof thtlr huloiithdnoss io
the undnratgncd, fiii-thwttti. nnd all ]n?r-
Honn hnving any eluims itgalnst tho .•hIhm
aforetiiilrna tomriiitthi>nrtli'UlarH tiicroo?,
dnly verified, wMliln-j two-nmuMiH rttiia
thix dnte,
"" HOPIHA K. IIOMI-Ii;,-       I
Administratrix.
l>B<«wl Now YM , Oat. I'-'di, lKHII.l..oal'-ld'2liil
tmrtsAtft MANAtSRlt FOU HAV'AOK A
T.YMAX, MONTREAT_.
■j*-:    ;   iiy\[  ;;■
I ChroHoih'cWrK, Kcjffitaht^i,' tlhronu-
ANY ONE HAVINO WATCHKH which
liavo,lieon injured l»y Umom|ietoiit
eh rajwh-orj can he inado cijual to new
*^n
ajtiiiii'. '■■"/«WK1.HV«Mli kTiltYkmiiduniitl
ropKlrod. All wudbwarnuKeil; charges
niodt'ratff,   list ImnfoliglTOn'frop of chargo,
.nilTUAM, MAI*, nml' •Ihcr
Kl      Watelie*. nnd Jewelry cheaper
limn any other lionsn In Hs v.
■  iMlW$OXill\ 1-iCAUAT (101,11 AM-
TIUICAN STEM VlNr»TNH  WATt.HMH,
ace.uiati: llmokrepers, IBS; Usual price,f»5.
1'.: dwdefitn . .- -
respectfully info cm
^•*n'''-'Ui-'-ir'5J',)rt*-   !
the,. Public that, tbey
are '.-'prepared'" to dfl
Glas Fitting* at liiwest
possible rates consistent With goodWork-
mattship.
IA supply o^tei
TURE8, G£06ES,
&c, how oil
f*3*-OriJeffe jVnay lie left'"at
the Cpfrf^hy's Ofi-te', Holbrook ' Stone Building, i or at
RAND BROSv
J, L. STAMFORD,
il-JlyJIltc !   SfANAOER.
""""notice
tm HI-mniiVGiYEN that janWleatlon
I will ba mild-Moth.-l-.eet..liHive A»Kem-
hlyof thi'th-o^tmii' <»( milsh Cpiwmhin,
nt tho m*xt**-M.sion ihproofifor on Aetio
lueorpoinii* ii oo»i»ny*fo-fth9 purpose of
amHiiittif.i
t'l-niullitii l-uolflfl Hnl 1 way (ul Coif I llnrhor
and ISngllflli Bay, and for llio purudMf
Uitii«fl( jyjinlliwtoLboiKHld oouitjany lhe
prlvllepoof tftKlftg wati'i- from Capflano
Urook,Burnaby Lake or other Nultuble
ixiiuis.wiu. ptiwur t«. tiio ealdepinpiiiiy
(o build ll.iMirjH-iiq'ueduulfi.lay iiliivtt.oi'ectr
(ti>in»l(Vi-,ii)l.n(luiuls,niuldo-'II oilier aijtti
and [mil;*-., imid-jiiiry for. Uin imriHUc*
afoi-OHiild.
EBKnTSaTAVtiOU.
1 .''   I ■'! TSollcltors for Applicants.
Dated September .TOLli,-1885.     "    deOte
^.....^_„_-....._.
A*i(r'iNAXIUVl\4:'TOTAU,K6ltAl\oE
A ami rlo all tlio ivork nt u Hotol 111 Ilie
ntorlor. Whito"!*!*. per muiilli audlrrwnl
dwsunyl   .     ColuinliloSt.,NowWcsl.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
I^BT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Ncurly Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
■NEW-WESTMINSTER
THE -_i_R0E6T AXD   CHOICEST
assortmsnt of all descriptions of
MEATS AHD VEBETABLES
Consfemtly _op.!iiuiil,,-i!(l (iipplloil.tp Fam.
ilii'si Kijslnlira-jts, 60rl Stoanilroat* at tho
'.OWIMT HOBSJlflsi t'lUCISS,
Und Rp-rlslrj (Irdlnnncc, ISJU
m
Aa tiutiividt-il linirof LoC Nn. 1», Klot'k v,
n ot nut rut Lot No. mo. lu the
y nf VaiieoBvcc.
|.i-lX71USU*-AH THE CKUtJKIOATH OK
iV*Vt Title -tif ii^orut) Haywood to ^hc
.■ ntii*t!'Tmi'iiti.mod land itan bn-ti lost or
deBtroyeaj ami npplii'atloii hat. been made
for a .UipiU'iiiL' ilu-roof;
>*Ollru^is (lit-refine lmrobv (;lvcn tlint a
(Anh-GctliileAtoiirXJacwlU he Issm-d in
lion  of that  ko  lost oi-  .Icslloycil.lM.llst:
eatue. Lo t.hown to tho eontrai-y Mithln
oho month from date. "
R.W.ARMMTUONG,
-1   ■ Deputy Reglslrar.
iAnd Registry ufflco,
, . NewWcntmlnstor,27!hOct„13H3.     ,
docWml
FOR_SAIiE.
THE LKABE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
of that  well-known  Variety Store
next tlie Holbrook House, Frontstreet.
doelStc
Farm for Sale!
jLjtf IMPROVED FARM. FOR SALE
A cheap, nnd on easy terms, with or
without the stock.
M. NICHOLSON,
dwocTtc Mount Lehman P. O.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREHTIN the LANG-
ley Saw and Planing MIU: mill la
good oi-def. For particulars apply on the
prcmiKOs to H. WEST,
*     Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
oplStc A HELMCKEN, Victoria.
FOR _RENT.
FROMTHEFIRSTOF NOVEMBER-
nn R-roomod House on Agnes Street;
Also—From the First of  December-a
large Store, with .basement, ou Columbia
Streot,centrally situated.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
doc2.lte LandAgent.
FOR   SALE.
THA* DELIGHTFUL I^SIpENCE ON
1 l-ot7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streetR.now
in tho occupation of Capt. Grant; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farms near City,
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bay.
1 80 acres of Land at Wnonoek Railway
Station.
74 acres of valuable Land 2ml]e_>from
Oity. on Bastings Road; UIQO cords of Cedar could be cut,
'Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Jem te     Land Agent,* New Tfostip luster.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runninj; through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc | Ladner's Landing,-).C
rom
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
-FRONT STREET, Orr. C. P. K. Whabf.
.BeJSto
a^roarzoEL.
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN AWOINT-
cd receiver of all the personal estate, effects and credits, including book
debts and. atl other chosen in, actiou due
or accruing due to William Isaacs tif Port
Hammond, by virtue of an order In the
County Court of Victoria, dated the 81st
day of September. 1889, all persons are
hereby warned from receiving, tnklng Into possession or holding any of the said
estate, or from paying fo the (taid William
Ifaho.-i, his agents or servants,eny monies, or fnm disposing or lu nny deal-
ing with said estate i
It {s also provided by the said order that
all pcr-sons Indebted to the said es'mte or
having it) their potfseselon anyeffootflof
the said estate (other than what has been
legally disposed tif), are to pay, deliver or
account for the same to rae.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
'      Deputy Sheriff.
New "Westmln-iter, B* C, ; ,
, Oct. _m, 1880. dvritStltc
Even Man totals Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEIHIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
. . (err. colonial hotkh,      .
NKW  WESTMINSTER,  Bi 0;
rhjuliians' Prescriptions lid hnll) Keclpes a SpetlaUj.
.  N   D. — Only Oenuino Drags used.
Ovrrr twoiitv years' experience.    101*23
llufnrniioes wl'l
upplli'uUllll trr
ilWllllKM'Jl
...' 10 .bPHijiil. Willi tlie
JOHN MUI1RAY,   .
Hl'r'ncprr llrUlffe.
Change of Business!
•JOHN  C. BUNTE
TAKES Tlllft OPPORTUNITY OV
thnnkliiu the Puhllo for thoir Icind-
1U--.S uml puMMiiaj-i: fn tlie pust and h''-
siiL'iiIcHtlie-.'onlliu\nhci'Of tlio^atiieiohlfi
-sniitessdi-,   '
W. E. FALES,
Wlm hopt'-s loser-all old friends and innHc .
munyiH'w.
All persons Indehted toJ. O, Runtcarc I
rctiUfifli.'dton-iake fm'tiiedliitcNctMemphtj
nnd all claims itgulnHt. liim nlionld he pre- '
sontodwllhout delay.   . .    . •,
Ifyoitlmvooarpetst-tivewnnti lay,win- j
dow blinds to make or hang, plcti.ro>. to
frame, ito, Ae„ please givo us a oall, i
InHertiftl-inasiirHiitiity. i. '
% K. VAhDH,
Noxt door to A.M, Herri tig's Drug Ktrirc,
.     Columblu St., N. \y., 11. C.      ifiioSto     '
BOYS WANTED.
TWO <8MrAltT HOVH WANTEI) AT
911CO to srrll   tlio   llnlly tJolumblnil. I
AOTlrnt Till. Offlee. tlnuHIr    (
Public Notice
h fs slate Public libirj.
mUK UNDERHiyNKH, {THANKS TO
[ Iho ..IndnciSK nnd permission of the
"Mayor aud Oity Conncil) two weeks ago
R-opcned tho Public Llbrarj',and taken
tills opportunity to oflbr nn Invitation to
residftnjfl nf New Wostminstei* to pay hiin
avlr.it. PapcrB and Magazines From all
dhwtloafl are rbcoived'for patronx fend
visitors,:and more will be-added In cue a
reigon able support Is obtained. Tbe
terms arc 50 cenmn month, 1.1 attinher.an
papers, Ac, are paid forin advjince. This
wilt timoimt to about 2-x-ritK ailliv, or the
oust of one cigar for seven days permission
to see news (rom nil ovovtpe world, and
elegant boofc" whieh may 1» nhanged
every i4 hours I • Thero Is no compulsion
about this, lirtt thrive who believo in get-
ting in nnlof the ratn.nnd who can »nloy
n derenl tiro will itoubt lens appre-ilate this
Int-tlti-illon. Uidi(waiidWrang(€in*rt*i»»e,
ro doubtless all the portion who believe in
Blue Ribbon will come forward atohoe
and Join tbis attractive affhir, both for
their own credit and that of others, Come
one, cntne all, and you will be nttended to
by one who can woup all glasses,vis.:
YoiirSrRespeolfully,
HENRY Vf. HUdHES.
New West Aug.ao.lMW. daoMte
mHE UNDERSIUNED Vflhh, AT THE
1   end bf montli move hiB huslnem Into
Wiutemute's ne\r Building opposite lytton Square, and now often, his Btock of
Furniture nl or hetowebet,   tjomd'bujr.
JOHN E. LORD,    no
t, .iColurobla Street,
-  AdJoinliiKDIekinson's Meat Market.
Xew Westminster, Nov. l,-1fl80.  Hnolml NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Situation Wanted Tliis Office
Skating... .Wintemute, Calbick A Co
For Sale W. J. French
iailj) fifitteh €olttntbwn
Friday BvcnluB, November 13. Its,.
In Glasgow, Scotland, the city
corporation owns the gas works and
supplies gas to consumers at the wonderfully low rate of three shillings
per thousand cuoic feet. Notwithstanding the low rate, the profits of
the works are quite large, and from
them the city derives a considerable
annual revenue. In 1869 an act was
passed giving municipalities power
to acquire gas concorns doing business within tlieir boundaries, and it
is said that a large number of cities
in Scotland have taken advantage
of that bill. The result has boen a
material reduction in the prioe of
gas, and a substantial revenue for the
corporation.
Speaking of the Bartholdi statue,
the Scottish-American Journal mentions that the bronze image is the
work of a French artist, while the
pedestal, which is described ns an
engineering triumph, is tlie work of
Scotchmen. The stone composing
the pedestal came from the quarries
of Thos. Bcattie, a Scotchman; the
iron work was made by Carnegie
llros., a Scotch firm; and the stone
setting was done under direction of
another son of the land o' cakes, John
Martin, a native of Galloway. The
only part taken by Americans seems
to have been to provide funds for
the pedestal and to unveil the statue
on its completion.
Favorable surroundings. *
A late number of the Week (Toronto) corrects an error into which
the London Times had fallen in referring to Quebec as one of the two
largest cities in the Dominion. The
Week asserts that although the population of Toronto in 1881 was only
85,415, it is now double that figure,
and ejrpresses the opinion that it
will soon be a larger city than Montreal. "Montreal," it says, "has a
better geographical position than
Toronto; as the terminus of the
0. P. R. and the G. T. R, and as
tho summer port, it has an immense
advantage. It is the country at the
back of Toronto that makes its
prosperity; and this element is
wholly wanting to Montreal"    The
-conditions existing with respect to
Toronto and Montreal are to a considerable extent the same as may be
found in this country. While there
are three cities bordering on salt
water, the city of New Westminster, although 15 miles from the
gulf, has baok of it and around it a
country which no other city in the
country can boast of. It is the
natural centre of the finest agricultural district in British Columbia.
But it is not solely on agricultural
development tliat tbis city, depends
for its advancement. This is the
centre also of the fishing industry
(one of the most important in the
province) and it is favorably situated for the lumber trade and for
becoming a manufacturing centre.
Whatever efforts may be made to
stimulate abnormal growth elsewhere, in tho long run New Westminster will surely keep her own in
the struggle for supremacy.    It has
• thc same advantages aa Toronto
and more, for it is accessible to
ocean trade and is one of the western termini of the Canadian Pacific
Railway as well.
A Point of Honor.
A few days ngo the Vancouver
Nevis published an annonymous letter stating that Mr. Byrne had
leased a city lot there to Ohinamen.
This serious offence called for some
strong language on the part of. the
correspondent. Next day Mr. Byrne
arrived in Vancouver, and the News
gave a most unequivocal denial to
the statement. The Advertiser says
that Mr. Bynie threatened to sue
/-kin News for libel unless it made
known the name of the anuonymous
writor, and that thc News "did the
most unjournalistic action a newspaper could be guilty of—gave away
the name of its correspondent." We
may not be able with our present
knowledge of the circumstances to
judge accurately as to the duty of
the publisher, but it is quite possible the News may have been perfectly justified in what it did. Under
ordinary circumstances a publisher
will not surrender the name of the
persons Who contribute to the columns of his newspaper; but if persons write things which are not true,
tht publisher has a perfect right to
put the responsibility of them where
it belongs. It is quite absurd
to suppose that a person may
have access to the columns of a
newspaper without incurring personal responsibility. Publishers must
often rely entirely upon the judgment and good faith of correspondent-! in so far A« the truth of their
statements is concerned; and if
these correspondents abuse the privilege extended to them and write
what is not true, they have no reason to expect publishers to stand the
consequences of their own negligence
or dishonesty. There is a growing
tendency among publiihers now to
require all correspondence to appear
over the bona fide name of the
writer, and a good deal may be said
in favor of this practice.
SITUATION WANTED
BY A MAN WHO IS COMPETENT TO
keep books, look after a store or other
mercantile business, collect, canvass, or
tako charge of a butchering business, or
would undertake almost any honorable
employment. Apply at This Oflloe.
dwnoltto
Fox* SstleS
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, 1 and S
1 years old; good travellers; wow single
or double.
l Hay llorsr, Svonmold; works single or
double; nice ladles'nr gents'saddle horse;
very gentle.       j
1 -Meated Buggy} 4 springs; nearly new,
5 Ion* of Timothy Uny on North Arm,
Frasor river,
Iftbbls. Sail Salmon. H halMibls. Salt
Salmon Bellies.
Also-One and onc-nlufk Interest ln
tl.,W...rC.»P»,.WJpREN(,H
New West,, Nov. lllh, Iim.       dwnoiao
PAVILION
Skating Rink
THIS WELL-KNOWN ROLLER RINK
will be open as follows:
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 In the nfternoon,
and 7:90 to 10 In the evening.
Admission i Gentlemen 16c.; Ladles
free.   Use of Skates, 25c.
Persons wishing to secure the Rink for
select skating parties can do so on application.
WINTEMUTE. CALBICK A CO.
diiQliitc
FORJSALE.
The Str.^Cladys"
THIS WELL KNOWN RIVER STEAM-
er, well found and In perfect running
order, is offered tor sale as she now stands.
For particulars apply to
W. B. TOWNSEND.
N.B.—This would bo a fine cbance for
farmers to form a joint stoek company
and buy a steamer for their trade.
dwnollml
Yorick Club
UNDER A COMMITTEE   OF   MAN-
ngemciit, a Quadrille Club has been
organized in this City.
The Club meets every alternate Tuesday
nnd promises to bo a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to Join are requested to hand in their names as soon as possible either to Mr. M. WOODS, Sec; Mr.
A. R. GREEN; or Mr. GARIOOH, Pres.;
from whom full particulars oan be obtained. dnolOml
COMING
Thc Talented and   Charming   Young
Actress,
MISS
Supported by the Versatile Comedian,
MR. E. A. COOPER
And a Strong Dramatic Company, in
their Picturesque Drama,
Amongjhe Pines!
DRILL SHED,
Tuesday Evening, 16th Inst.
Reserved Seat* on sale at T. R. Pearson
tt Co.'s Bookstore. dnoIOtd
BRICKS! BRICKS!
ft sale-;
Apply to
T10R_SAI,E-A   LARGE QUANTITY.
W. B. TOWNSEND,
or AUSTIN  BRICE.
dnolml
REMOVAL.
T> AND BROS. HAVE TAKEN OFFICES
Jr\i on the corner of Mackenzie and
Clarkson HtreeU, one block above Columbia St., where they are now prepared to
attend to business. doo«c
Z. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER,
IS  NOW  PREPARED TO   REMOVE
NlglitSoll, Dry Rubbish, etc.
All orders promptly executed at reasonable rot™. Z. SMITH,
dooflte
Vegetable
Sicilian
HAIR
HALLS
RENEWER.
The great popularity of this preparation,
after its test of many years, should be an
insurance, even to tlie most skeptical, that
it Is really meritorious. Thoso who have
used Hall's Ham Hknewkr know that
it does nll that ts claimed.
It causes new growth of hair on bald
heads—provided the hair follicles nre not
dead, which is seldom the esse: restores
natural color to gray or faded lmlr; preserves tbo scalp healthful and clear of
dandruff; prevents the hair falling off or
changing color; keeps ft soft, pliant, lustrous, and causes ft to grow long and
thick.
Hall's Hair Rknkweti produces Its
eflects by tho healthful Influence of Ita
vegetable ingredients, which invigorate
and rejuvenate. It Ih not a dyo, und is
a delightful article for toilet use. Containing no ulcobol, It does not evaporate quickly and dry up the natural oil,
leaving the hair harsh and brittle, aa do
other preparations.
Buckingham'* Dye
■loa-rna
WHISKERS
Colors thom brown or black, as desired,
nml Is the bost dye, because It Is harmless;
produces a permanent natural color; and,
being a single preparation, Is more convenient of application thin any othor.
paxrAnED BT
B. P. HALL & CO, NHhna, N. H.
Bold by all Dealers In Medicines.
■fcroric
;ce.
mHURSDAY, THB 18m INSTANT,
JL having been set apart and appointed
by Hia Excellency the Governor-General
ln Counell as a day of General Thanka-
flvine throughoutthe Dominion, the Funic Offices will be closed on that day.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provinoial Secretary'-. Office,
Victoria, BC, ith Nov., 1880.     dno5td
NOETH
MURAM
C02w£-F-A.3_-T-3r
Capital, $3,000,000;   losses
Paid, 148,000,000
j-B-»**»T-»mms»»»-»«m j«.«*.«m»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
f_r Bisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R.PEARSON,
doc. tc (B. C. S. A P. Co.) AQENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(_S-_0_4._3I.-S-)
E8TABLI8HED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
doo'to        (ft C. S. 4 P. Co.) AQENT.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OF—
OITY RESLnVES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
plaoe at the AerlcnUoMi Hall,
in the City of New Westminster, on
Saturday, 27th Hoy., 1886,
At 8 o'olock in the evening, when the
following lots will be submitted to pub.
lie competition, in accordance with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and amend,
ments thereto, viz.:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lots Nos. 3 and 4.
Lots Nos, 13 to 20, Inclusive.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook1 k
Lota Nos. 3 to 6, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 16,      "
Lots Nos. 18,19,20, 30, 35 4 36.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lots Nos, 4 to 8, inclusive,
Lots Noa. 10 to 3f,   "
ALICE GARDENS-Blook E.
Lota Nos. 6, 8, 9 and 10.
CLINTON PLACE RESERVE—Block F
Lots Nos. 1 to 4, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8,9, 114 12.
Lots Nos. 14 to 31, inclusive.
Lota Noo. 33 to 36,      "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lots Noa. 14 to 20, ineliuive.
Lota Nos. 23 to 32,   "
Lots Nos, 34 to 44,   "
BT. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lots Nos. 16 to 18, Inclusive.
Lota Noe. 24 to 28,      •<
Lots Nos. 33 to 40,      "
SAILOR'S HOME-Blook L.
Lota Nos. 14 2.
MERCHANTS' SQUARE-Block G.
Lot No. 6.
MThe Lotaare meetly 66 by 132 feet.
TERMS—MK per eent. on the fall of the
hammer; 88^ per cent, ln three months;
and the balance of the purchase money In
six months from date of sale.
By order,
A. I. ALPORT, C. If. C.
City Clerk's Offlce,
NewWestminster, Uth Nov., 18811.
dnollid
INFORMATION WANTED
OF SS. St. MOAN, who was mining near
Port Moody In April. WM. Any information will be thankfully received by
bia father, Martin Egan, Douglas _0„
OountyofKenfrew.Ontario.    *no»Uwl
t-S-THAT-©*
LIN FELT
WANT.
Hew lap!
$1.25 -°"HE- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1.25.
This Map lias been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the' most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R. and extensions.,
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance and
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VIOTORIA.
POR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
apMUt
GUNS, RIFLES,
AMMUNITION,
Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle, Ac-
special  PRICES   FOR  LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
We are prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
CORNER Clll-RC-I A COMIMBU SIS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
The New €,* Stare.
diio2t.
Union Restaurant
COLUMBU STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
(DAY OR NIGHT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under the present management every,
thing will be found flrritt'lnw, and price-
are extremely low.
dnolma E. H. DARKER, Prop,
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
riim snd RpMlflcs'lons for all
kinds of Bull-in**" esre-
fall- Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFULLY _e___KJ**TED.
All order, let. at Occident Hotel, or at
the .hop ot VV. Johnion, Columbia atreet,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor nllclteil,   ■ je9to
GLOBE  HOUSEI
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW  MERCHANDISE!
 CONSISTING OF	
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
The Millinery is the finest and largest Stook on the Mainland. No
need to go to Viotoria.
DRESS OOODS in the new materials and shades for the season.
Wo call attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE, which we
have at various prices—37Jc, 50c., 62Jc. and 75c:; cannot be spoiled by
rain, and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL COLOR.
' The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with Ties, Bra-
C68| ShirtG, SOCkS, &C., anl*a new *"& fashionable stock of
Men's Hats, &o. ■**;    _
Uwoo_.to JSt_—3!rjk.a-a3A.
ALEX. HAMILTON
STONE-CUTTER,
HAS SEVERED ALL CONNECTION
with John Mortimer, of Victoria,
ami undertaken to furnish
All kinds of Monumental Work
AT  REASONABLE RATES.
Also, fakes contractu for Mason Work,
In all Its branches.
Agont for Ilflter's SIiiito Centerpiece*
-t Brackets,
P, O. Box 135, New Westminster.
doclBtc
1TOTIOE.
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
GETZ BROS., on behalf of themselves
and all other tho Creditors of Louis
Gold—Pla intiffs;
akd
EDWARD QOLD, LOUTS GOLD and EMMA GOLD-DEFENDANTS.
"DY ORDER OF THE HON. HENRY
JP P. Pellew Urease, J., I am appointed
Receiver of the Real Estate now registered
In the names of the Defendants or eithor
of them in the Land Registry Offlee at
New Westminster, aud the Dwelling
Houso now occupied by thc Defendants or
Bomo or ono of tlicm situate at tho City of
New Westminster and tho personal property ofthe Defendants or either or any
of them now In or upon the said Dwelling
House and the Hotel and premises situate
at tho City of Vancouver known as the
Oold House.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Sheriff,
dwnoilml Receiver.
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, 0,
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS& 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 UNE.
We havo a largo stock of most of
tho above articles on haml, also a large
•took of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.
Repairing, Painting A Trimming
done nt reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches. *
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts token. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Haw Mills, Logging
Camps and Farmers, kept in stock and
made to order.
Horse-Shoeing and General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
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Sprint's and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything In our line
will iind hy inspecting our stock tliat
they dont require to go to Viotoria to
get what thev want, for they oan get a
superior article at a reasonable price
here.
We are also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated
VICTOR  HAT BALING PBESS,
At reduced prices.   It is the best and
cheapest Press tu the market.
■wwe have got the best workmen to be
had In tbe country, and we Import nearly
all the stock we use from the east—consequently we oan offer Inducement* tu pur*
chasers that we could not have done some
time ago. All material and work leaving
the shop will be -guaranteed to he Juntas
represented. Orders from the country
promptly attended to.
flwonml REID A OURRIff.
Instrumental and Vocal
MUSIC,
A B. DOAK HAS ARRIVED FROM
A, the East, and U now prepared to receive a limited number of pupila. Instrumental,SSpermonth. Vocal,75c. aleison,
strictly In advance. Apply from 9 to 11
a.m.,2to4p.m. Corner of Columbia and
Church Bts. oc!2dlm
S-TOTIOEL
The Shuswap and Okanagan Sail-
way Company.
TAKE NOTICE THAT A GENERAL
meeting of the subscriber* to the
capital Btock of the Company will be held
at the offlce of Messrs. Davie A Pooley,
Langley Street, Victoria, on Saturday
the 27th day of November next, at 12
o'clock noon.
By Order of the Provisional DUeotors of
the Company
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
Dated 17th day of October, 1880. doc28m
lew Farnitare!
PEEBLES I HECKLEY
Have received direct from Quebec a
large consignment of
SPRING   MATTRESSES,
THE MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
CLEAN ARTICLE
Which Is manufactured.  Can be taken
apart and packed In a small space, dootflm
Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON,
Mercbant Tailor!
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
Mckenzie  street,
Fint Door to tbe Right from Columbia
street, grid will b»yoHw»y. an hind
, foil' amortment of
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES).
A  PERFECT  FIT
Guaranteed ln Every Case.
docSte
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Friday evening, November 11, IM4.
Plush la all shades, '««• rewiywHt J-
Ellard ft Co's. *   dnoSwl
Boads between this city and Vancouver ore shockingly bad;
Boa-hive, Berlin and Zephyr Wool in
all shades at J. Ellard ft Co's.     dnoSwl
Four cars of stock and fire cars of
eastern freight will arrive to-night.
A fine lot of Boys Jersey Suits and
Ladles Gossamers, at J. Ellard ft Co's.
dnoSwl
Piles are being driven near Custom
Bouse Square for the new C.P.R. passenger station.
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; oheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner ft Gamble. jyWtc
A large gang of men is at work near
Dook Square laying down railway
switches for the O.P.R.
The foundation of the Chinese brick
blook on Front street is completed and
the walls are now going up.
Many people along the rirer now
avail themselves of the facilities offered
by the railway to do business in this
city.' ' ui i.   [Ul04J '
From on advertisement in another
column it will be seen that the Pavilion
Skating Rink is now open for tho
'season. -n."   .-,.
The fint meoting of the Torick blub
has now been arranged for next Wednesday, and it will be held atthe
Hyack Hall.
Parent* should lee Ogle, Campbell'
A Co.'s new stook of boys' and youths'
slothing and underwear bofore purchasing elsewhere... no6-lw
Give Holloway's Corn Cure a trial. It
removed ten corns from one pair of feet
without any pain. What it hu done
onoe it will do again.
A tower l.flOO feat high is to be one
of the attractions of Paris. It ii expected to be ready ior the world's ex-
poitionlhtli.toltym.ie89.
The street gaa lamps were lighted
lut night for the fint time. Considering that the. lamps are somewhat far
apart, the light was satisfactory.  '
It will be seen from our despatches
this afternoon that Ohio is already enveloped in a snowstorm. What a contrast between Ohio aud British Columbia!
Before deciding on the plan of, your
new honse look over the latest architectural designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKen-
The weather to-day ia like that of
the beginning of summer. There is
no frost in the-ground or anywhere
else and the grass is quite green. It
is very delightful.
In addition to our new stock of spring
goods ws hero opened an invoice of
and French Cassluieres. Walsh* the
Model Tailor. Humbt Walsh, Manager, ap21to
In the list of officers lately elected
in Dominion lodge No. 4,1./0. G. TV,
the name of Julia Neil, Treas., waa in-
advertent-j;|Omitted,and Chas. Milling, on was made to read Chas. " Wilmington." .,„  ,,■>,,,.,
We wish to call the attention of lhe
publio lo the fact that Ogle, Campbell
ft Co. have just received a direct importation of Knglish clothing, tho best
assortment overwrought to the oity.
no5-lw
Ou and, after Monday next (15th
inst.) the mails will be carried over
the Sew Westminstor branch of, the
O. P. R. East-bound mails will close
here at 12:15. This will bs a decided
improvement.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla works directly and
promptly, to purify and enrich tha blood,
improve the appetite, strengthen the
nerves, and brace up the system. It is
In thc truest sense an altsratir, ntdiOiM.
Every invalid should give It atrial.
The Scientijic American is authority
for Uie statement that a train made
the run from Syracuse to Buffalo, a
distant* o{ about 148J miles, at an
* be speed of 65$ miles an hour,
including one stoppage. The highest
speed attained was at the rate of 74.03
milea an hout. Jj noi!.   '    I
If people troubled with colds, would
take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral before going
to church or places of entertainment,
they would avoid coughing, greatly to
i the oelnfOrt of both speakers and hearers.
Publio speakers and singers find 'hat the
Pectoral wonderfully increases the power
and flexibility of the voice.
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->ke Ureal UlutlaM Brttlsb Cl«—
Ma Mltleeu .iA talaa-Mly aMrss kaa«
III,!, rearaea A Wa., sale agents f»r
Commons Eikjuioh.—We are authorised to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field aa n candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoc25to
Heavy Rial Estate Tbansaotihk.
—Yesterday, through the medium of
Robt. Lipsett, a transfer of 1600 aores
of Fraser delta lands was effected between E. A. Wadhams, of Ladner's
Landing, and T. W. Peterson and
Oeo. Riley, late of the Bell, Larkin A
Peterson railway contract. The consideration paid to Mr. Wadhams wss
»30,000. The land is situate about
three miles from the landing, and
fronts on the township line road. The
land was bought from the prorincial
government in 1870 at fl per acre.and
as netted Mr. Wadhams a good profit,
though it is thought the purchasers
hare secured a first-class bargain, as
farm property, improved and unimproved, in that district, is on the
upward tendency in prices. It is the
intention of the purchasers to at once
place a number of eastern farmers on
the land and to extensively cultivate
it. It is thought that this will only be
the initiative in tiie matter of improvement of all the valuable lands in
tlie neighborhood of the mouth of the
FraBer. They are very prolific, and
there is now a good market for the
orops that will be raised.—Colonist.
*—■■■ ____.
A Bachelor's Mamoeuvms.—The
following ludicrous affair took place
the other evening in Kiltnaionook
parish, a few miles beyond Balloch.
Dumbartonshire. An elderly farmer,
intent on wooing, left his bachelor
hall for a few hours. Before leaving,
as if to put his two maid servants off
tiie scent, he plaoed in his bed an
image to represent himself. This being all covered save the face, he departs, locking the farm door. In duo
time the maids return, but fail to
fet admission, even although they
nocked loudly. Going round to
their master's bed-room window, they
see what is believed to be his motionless, if not his lifeless body,
in bed. Getting an adjoining laird,
he forced the window, and enters—
and in the darkness, putting his hand
across the face, found it cold and
clammy. Under the impulse that his
neighbor was dead, the laird gets out
his "nag," and hastens to tell a sister of
the departed. She then gathers herself
together with the necessary dead clothes,
and haying finally got the village policeman in case of foul play having occulted, the company drove aff. At
last the farm was reached and the
room entered; but lo I when light was
brought to bear on the scene, only a
stucco imsge waa revealed. By thia
time the women oame on the scene,but
the meeting oan more easily be imagined than described.
G. A. Dixon, Frankville, Ont, says:
"1 was cured of chronic bronchitis, tnat
troubled me for seventeen yean, by the
use of Dr. Thomas'Eclectrie Oil." See
that the signature of Northrop ft Lyman Is on the back of the wrapper, and
you will get the genuine Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil.
Found Drowned.
The news reached this city this
morning of the drowning of Mrs. Jos.
Trethewey at Nioomen. It is reported
tho body waa found in Nicomen slough.
We have been unable to obtain any
further particulars. W. D. Ferris,
coroner, will go up to-morrow to hold
ah inquest. -»
Personal.
Mr. James Orr, M.P.P., arrived
from Victoria to-day.
Dr. Hall, and Mr. M. E. Deusereau
of Victoria are in town.
Messrs. W. H. Ladner, M.P.P., A.
Ewen, and D. J. Munn returned from
Victoria to-day on the Rithet.
Dr. McLean and family went down
to Viotoria yesterday. He has not yet
decided whether he will remain in the
province.
Messrs. Robt Kerr, General traffio
manager, and W. Whyte, superintendent of the western division of the
C.P.R., arrired from Victoria on the
Rithet    __f
Assize Court.
[Before Mr. Justice McCreight.]
Thursday, Nov. 11.
Queen vs. Shannon.—The prisoner
waa charged with stealing |10 in cash
and a gold pin, the property of one
Camo French, an inmate of a house
of ill-fame at Vancouver. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, Mr. McColl
appeared on behalf of the crown. He
said the ease was not a serious one and
should have been settled by the magistrate. Mr, Atkinson appeared for the
prisoner.
Carrie French, who had not appeared
when previously called as a witness in
this case, was brought into court under
authority of a bench warrant and
placed on the witness stand. She testified io the offset that tho gold pin
and a pair of gloves in which |10 in
notes waa concealed had been stolen
from her room; that the gloves wero
left in the pocket of a cloak which was
hanging in a closet and that the prisoner knew the money was in the gloves
as he had seen her put it there. Sho
had gone out of her room in the morning and on returning had found the
prisoner at the closet. On searching
for the gloves she had the accused arrested. Tho pin waa identified and a
110 bill witness said was the same as
one she had lost
ln cross-examination witness informed counsel for tho defence that he was
too inquisitive and frequently appealed
to the oourt thus "say, jedge, have I
Sit to answer him 1" Witness thought
io ten dollar bill produced was the
one stolon from her becauso lt was an
old one. Sho waa sure about the
gloves and the pin.
Sergt, HoLaren, of the Vancouver
police foroco, testified to the effect that
he had arrested the prisoner on the1
street one morning at the instance of
the witness Carrie French. Just before he arrested Shannon he saw him
throw the gloves produced into the
gutter and hand the pin to a party
passing him on the street.   The notes
_=^-___-f_-__________l-_^iB-____-=
produced were found on him.
This concluded the evidence for the
prosecution. The jury found the
prisoner guilty of steeling the gloves.
Sentence deferred.
SOBBHtr.
Regina vs. Wendell, alias "Shorty."
The prisoner was charged with robbing a man named Preston, whilo
drunk, at Vancouver in July last, of
ISO. Preston, who was the first witness called, gave a very disconnected
account of himself from the time he
left this oity one evening with some
J|240 in his possession until he sobered up next morning at Vancouver,
having remained out all night on the
steps of the St. Julien hotel. He
knew that the prisoner had been in
hia company and had seen him handling money pretty freely at the hotel
bars, but others had been in his company. After he sobered up his wateh
was returned tn him hy the prisoner.
The watch waa worth about (30.
A witness named Seeley, who
claimed to be a barber, swore that one
morning in July last he and the prisoner had gone to the Indian ranch at
Vancouver, that the priaonsr had got
a |20 gold piece from a klootcbnisn
there, and that they went and had
breakfast out of it. The prisoner told
witness that he had two or threo more
pieces like that which he had taken
off a fellow down town while he was
drunk. He had been without money
a month before to witness's knowledge.
In cross-examination witness admitted, after some squirming, that he
had smuggled Ohinamen and opium
into V. 8. territory and had been on
McNeill's island for it, also that he
used opium.
Another witness testified to the
effect that prisoner had aaid he had
made a little raise and that he had
quite a " jingle" in hia pocket about
the time the robbery took place. Another witness waa called, but the testimony waa unimportant. Counsel
for defense, addressing the jury, held
that no reliable testimony hsd been
produced against the prisoner. After
a very brief charge from the judge,
the jury left the court room, hut returned immediately with a verdict of
not guilty.
Oourt adjourned at 9:45 p, in. to 12
m. on Friday.
Fhiday, Nov. 12.
prisoners sentenced.
Court assembled at 12 o'olock.
Mr. McColl, on behalf ot the orown,
moved for sentence of the prisoners.
Willie Dick pleaded guilty to an attempt to commit an indecent asssult;
sentenced to 18 months imprisonment
with hard labor.
Ah Foon pleaded guilty to stealing;
aenteuced to two years in penitentiary.
Albert Shannon, conriclcd of stealing, sentenced to six months with
hard labor.
Patrick O'Connor, pleaded guilty to
obtaining goods under false pretenses,
sentenced to two years in tho penitentiary.
Martin Nelson, pleaded guilty to
unlawful wounding, sentenced to six
months at hard labor.
J. J. MoDonald, convicted uf forgery, sentenced to Ore years in the penitentiary.
A Stott, convioted of shooting with
intent to do grievous bodily harm.
His lordship before passing sentence
observed that tha offense was one of
great gravity. The prisoner was
shown to hare planned the offense
several days before it was committed,
and to have made a persistent attempt to carry out his
threat A tree and indiscriminate
uso of the pistol would have to be discountenanced, and the sentence of the
oourt in thia case waa that the prisoner should serve twelre yean in the
penitentiary. Counsel for the orown
asked if the court intended to take
any notice of the failure of certain
jurymen to answer to their namea on
the day of the opening of the assizes.
Sheriff Armstrong informed the
court that he waa convinced there had
been no wilful default, and the matter
was dropped.
Court adjourned sine die.
Mr. R. A, Harrison, Chemist snd
Druggist, DunnviUe, Ont, writes: "I
can with confidence recommend Northrop ft Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure for Dyspepsia, Impure
Blood, Pimples on the Face, Biliousness
and Constipation-such osses having
come under my person-, observation."
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press Telegrams.
PmsBURo.Pa., Nor. 12,—Upon arrival at Dubois, Ponn., of the mail
train north of the Buffalo Rochester A
Pittsburg Ry. to-day a car-inspector
discovered, while the passengers were
getting on and off at the depot, threo
dynamito bombs and caps fastened
under the springs of tlie rear coach.
The bombs were carefully removed
and there were many pale faces among
the passengers when they learned tho
terrible fate they had so narrowly escaped. 34 persons were in tlie coach.
Suspicion points directly to no person
as the perpetrator of tho deed, but the
matter will be thoroughly investigated.
Nek York, Nov. 12.—The Violet
Cnmeroii-Lord Lonsdale opera troupe
has deoided to abandon their proposed
tour to the principal cities of this
country. The engagement of the company at the Casino closes next Monday
night. It will then appear in Brooklyn
for a few weeks, after which the entire
company will sail for Liverpool. Unpleasant notoriety gained by the star
and her lordly manager caused a number of out of town managers to cancel
the dates of the company at their
houses. This, taken with the fact that
their engagement at the Casino haa
been a financial and artistic fnilun la-
daeed the lord to take hia troupe home
•nin.
Nnr Yor«, Nor. 12.—The Manitoba
railway has negotiated with a New
York syndicate composed of Kuhn
Lebe A Co., Brown Bros. A Co., and
J. K. Kennedy, Todd A Co., for the
salo of 15,1*0,000 consolidated bonds
maturing in 1933 and bearing 41 per
cent, interest.
St. Louis, Nor. 12.—A special from
Chadwiok, Missouri, says that about
100 "Bald Knobbers" entored the
town at one o'clock yesterday morning
and began a raid on the saloons, their
object being to open barrels and pour
the whiskey out. But while they were
at work citizens of the town opened
fire on them when the shooting became
general. More than 100 shots were
exchanged which resulted in a stampede ofthe "Bald Knobbers." It was
ascertained that only one man was
seriously wounded and he was a member of the "Bald Knobbers" gang.
His companions carried him away with
them in the darkness. The affair has
caused much excitement among the
people in that locality.
Bombay, Nov. 12.-The Ghilzai
rebels in Afghanistan have been attacked by an Afghan general sent to
subdue them and badly defeated.
Tho general sent to Csbul ten carloads of remains of rebels killed in
the battle as a token of the victory his
forces had won.
Denver, Nor. 12.—At a meeting of
the chamber of commerce and board
of trade, lut night, that body adopted
a resolution endorsing a proposition
submitted by the Pacific Mutual Telegraph company asking citizens of Denver to subscribe 160,000 stock in the
company, the money to be nsed in
building a line from Kansas City. The
board pledged themselves to do everything thst reasonably comes within its
province towards making the enterprise a success.
London, Nov. 12.—Informstion
haa been received here that much
alarm exists in Madrid in consequence
of reports of a threatened outbreak
against the government, and that extensive military precautions are being
taken. News from Caledonia shows
that a bad state of feeling prevails
among the people, and that a riling ia
feared. In Cadese, also, an incident
has occurred whioh leads the government to believe that troublo is imminent.
San Franoisco, Nov. 12.—Passengers per Queen of the Pacific for Victoria: G. D. Moreland, Miss A. M.
Brock, W. Perkins, Miss E. Pferdner,
Mrs. Maynard and daughter, J. Schubert, Miss Rhodes, C. B. Griffin, T.
M. Olark, Mrs. Olark, Geo. Clark,
Gracie Olark, Lottie Clark, A. Sherwood, Miss A. Jennings, Miss Bush-
by, O. H. Miller, H. M. Blum, Misa
J. 0. Hunter, T. 0. Morris, 0. 0.
Can, H. Walters, Jas. Wilson, Mrs.
Reza, G. R. Book, H. Heme, W. Ca-
hile, J. L. Land, Mrs. Land.
Chicago, Nov. 12.—There is a
heavy snow storm prevailing throughout Ohio, wliich interferes witli telegraphic communication with the east
Paris, Nov. 12.—Tlie oity of Nice
has been visited by enormous waves
from the Mediterranean which swept
away the quays and promenades. On
the Anglais plantation upwards of a
hundred people were carried off their
feet, and the quays and promenades
are covered with sand. The devastation wrought by tlie wares extends
27 miles along Nice's front. At Lan
nes, which is 25 'miles from Nice, a
fierce storm has been raging, and two
vessels are known to be wrecked. Men
standing on the quays were carried
out to sea on immense wares. Tlie
Cresset promenade was destroyed. A
rain, amounting to almost a deluge,
has been falling for four days.
At Gap, the capital of the department,
of Kantes, in the Alps, a number of
houses hare been utterly destroyed by
floods resulting from the water fall.
The city of Aix is so badly
flooded that travel in the streets is im-
possible except in boats. In Nimes
two parishes are under water, and a
third is isolated by the floods.
-EJXiEOTO-RS
New Westminster District,
GENTLEMEN.-A. a successor to yonr
late representative In the commons win
soon have to be elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate tor the position.
I purpose publishing an address ln
which I will give my views on the most
important questions affecting your Interests, and will visit the different settlements and addnss the electors before
election day.
In Politics, 7 am and will it thoroughly independent,
Yours respectfully.
"T. J. TEAPP,
Pleasant as syrup; nothing equsls it as
a worm medicine; the name is Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator. The greatest worm destroyer of ths age.
Por str. It. P Klthet, from Vicioria. Nov.
12,-Mlss MoPhee, Un O. It. Ashwell. Mrs
Harrison, Robt Kerr, W Whyte, II H Hob-
kirk. W H Ladner.Betty.Sherman, Dunn,
Jas Kerr, Burr, A Ewen, D J Munn, Freshman, Qulnn. 	
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Lc-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative Organt in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for years In any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Herrino ft D. 8. Curtis ft Co.,
New Westminster: T. McNeeley, Ladner's Landing; H. McDowell ft Co., Vancouver; Pimbury ft Co., Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Penman Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus; R. B, Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vanoeurer aad Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vaneoureri The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; j. B, Lovell, Yalo;
W. It. Megaw, Priest Valley; h, Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanolev ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    dwao28yl
Wholesale city Market.
Heef,     per IOO lbs....
Pork "
Mutton V
Hliles(gr'n)"
Potatoes "
Turnips "
Carrots "
~ mips    "
....KrOOfHTW
8Kb-,,
nlons
Apples      «        	
Pears "         «».
Wheat        ••         -,-.
Oata "
Peas "        	
Hay,      ner lon 	
Butter (rolls) pert!'	
Cheese, " 	
Eggs,      perdos _..
Geese,        eaoh     ...»._	
Docks "     ,	
Chickens, per pair.............
Turkeys, per lb »	
(-ordwooVl (retslll per eirtd..
From Pole to Pole
Avail's SAnsAr_tm_-L_t hu demonstrated iti
power of cure for all dltewei of tbe blood.
The Harpooner't ttory. ■
Iftto Bedford, June 2,1889.
Dn. J. C. Ann 8c Co.—Twonty yean ago I
-bi a hnruooner Id tbe North Pacific, when five
others of tlie crew and nyaelf wero laid up with
scurvy. Our bodioawera bloated, gumnwollen
and bleeding, teeth looie, purple blolchei all
over ub, and our breath seemed rotten. Take It
by and largo -wo wero pretty badly off. All our
lime-juice waa accidentally deatroyed, but the
captain bad a couplo dozen bottk-n of Ayer's
B-titsArAlULU and gavo ua that. Wo recovered on lt quicker tban I bare ever -seen men
brou ght about by anyother treatment for Bcuny,
and I've aeon a good deal of It. Seeing no men.
tion In your Almanac of yonr Baraaparilla being
good for aourvy, I thought you onght to know of
this, and ao tend you the facta.
Respectfully your*,    Balpu T. WlKOiTI.
The Trooper's Experience.
tVamn, Batutolani.S. Africa,) 3Tarth7,1883.
Dn. J. O. Atxs ft Co.—Gentlemen: I hare
much pleasure to testify to the great -ralue of
your Sarsaparilla. We bave been stationed
hero for over two years, during which time we
had to Ilvo In tents. Being under canvas for
auoh a timo brought on what Is called In this
country " veldt-sores." I bad those sores for
aome Ume. I wu advised to take your Sana*
parilla, two bottles of which made my aores
disappear rapidly, and I am now quite well.
Yours truly, T. K. Bonne,
Trooper, Cape Mounted JOJttmtn.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
from the system,
PBBPAMD BT
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw.
Ifcld by-Ul Druggists: Pries 911
The Confederation Lift.
Tho annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the reserate
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear te the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of tbe finances of
ths Comnany is the fact that the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims—-which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life Is something to be
proud of. The assets and liabilities are
sot forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of $282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase In the assets tn the last year
was $260,390. So much for what can bt
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true polioy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson k Co.
are agents for this company In British
Columbia. mlOto
ot. PAUL'S CHVRCH. Services ev-
0 ery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. u. In
tne Ohuroh, St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, nil are cordially Invited. Sunday Sohool at 2.30 p. v.
-y-TKTIIODIST CHVRCH, Maty St.
Jil Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
11 n. m. and7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:80 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited. Je7-tc.
pAPTIST CHVRCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
Jj nle pastur; meets in the Court House.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. H. Sabbath
Sohool and Bl ble Clasa at 2.B0 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strangers cordially invited. aplStc
VtnOJS LODGE Ifo, 9, A. P.
<fc A, M.—The regular Com*
munlcatlons of this Lodge are
,   ,    . held on the first. Monday ln each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
"-'*"* *- Secretary.
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Jyato
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Staple £ Fancy Dry Goods
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Men's Clothing and Underwear, Fine
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Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
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JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
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A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Blaek and Colored
Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery* Mantles.
LONDON HOUSE, ^f^iF.^-.<M^^M«tv
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UNDERWEAR,
Hats and Caps,
Boots & Shoes,
&c,
ATTHE
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(OPPOSITE COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVE POR MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THE WE8T 8ND WITH
excellent Bread anil superior Groceries liave just purchased Mr; Willi.',
lean of the Bakery, lately owned by V. Kimble, on Columbia Street; and will keep
the two houses open for tho accommodation of thc public. They engage to supply
Goods of the very best description and nt the lowest possible price,
r Goods delivered to all parts of thc City free of charge.
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LAST WlfiHTiS DESPATCHES
Special lu the Coluuililiiii.
Ottawa,.., Soy. 11*—The question
of a treaty ^dtwwirt! Caliiidn and'- tlio
Sandwich' inlands is rtrtder consider*!-*
tion by the Dominion government. A
commission bus also boun iippuinted to
jtto-JebtUo tlii'West Inttf* hnd Report-
on tho best method; pkAtfttopiiig
trado relations.
Ne\\' Yokk, Nov. 11.—Prince and
PrififeV-i Katunma of. .Japan and j finito
aailo'J to-day bn tlio steamer Ger-
inania for Europe. T-he . JJjjp^nese
minister and several Japanese friends,
residents of this city, saw them off.
' San- Francisco, Nov. 11.—-Cleared,
steamer Queen of the Pacific, Port
Townsend and Victoria.
The fiteiinier Anoon, whioh mn on a
rock in Glacitr Hay, Alaska, on the
night of Sopt. 13th, urrtVbd in "the
l»_rtBbr'toTd'ay'frouf PorF Tijwnabntl;
She has a hole in tho right side of her
hull, about 40 feet from the stem.
She will gir'orf'jhe ^Merchant's dry--
dock to-aforroir for repairs*- -    '
Lieut. . E. Mv Stpitoy, the. Alaska
S-Sptac*. \Eas.-__iiuiet.ly„ niametL'laBt.
night to Miss Kato Babcock, dauqhter
of W. P. Babcock, the well-known
capitnlUt-«f''**Ws city,- r--Kient-jr-.de-
cessedi^^   ''-V   "*;'■   -J   ..,* --.
Sheiiff^opkins to-day rocaived a
message from Gov. Stoneraan announcing that a respite of ono woek
Imd been granted in the case of Fong
Ah Sing, the twice condemned murderer, who was tu havo been oxecuted
at tho county jail to-morrow.
In regard to the character of Alex.
Golt-jersnp, who shoUnd killed Matnio
%&lfy, the schoolgirl, yesterday, policy
court records show that he has been
•before ■ the court twico for battery,
once each for misdemeanor, drunk and
vaarancy; also for violating the 8
o'clock order. HiB preliminary examination for the murder' has been set for
tho 18th inst.
Among tho passengers who recently arriwpd ou-the steamer City of Sydney waqJfiuey.Ah Qifl, o t.l)inese woman whotwia put pfetinitteel to land .by.
the 6u$tbiii8,0f..cerJ_.' A writ of habeas
corpus was sued out in the U. S. distriot court in her behalf by a waiter
employed jin the Palace 'hotel. She
says she was kidnapped at her home in
China and taken to Hong Kong, tf hero
she was beaten, had her photograph
taken, and was given a red' certificate
issuqd by tlto- pustom house in this
city.'-' -She waa told a story to repeat
on her arrival here, that she had livod
in a certain small .town in this state,
etc., and slijyvas told that slie would
bu killed Tl^he- fiifl ■ lid -r^M the'
story taught her. Sho was thon taken
before Judgo Hoffman, who remttn'ded*
hutjto.be returned on the City of Sydney to China.
PhHjAMJ^hia, Nov.   11—An  ox-
plosion"" occurred 'in  tKo* cigar-box
manufactory  of  Henry   H. Sheep &
Co., 170C and 1708 Randolph streot,
this  afternoon,   which biew out the
rear wall, badly injuring a number of
young men, womon and girls, and im-
■" "j.the. lives of over. 100 mure.
ittfabioryLis a three-story brick
■ti-*%*|tf,-rwitU  a, depth of .,150 feet.
Back of it  are  located a number of
sheds for storing lumber used  in the
manufacture uf boxes.   Ou the .third
Hoobu-ero employed about 26 girls iu
pasting pmper linings in boxes.   Just
the'explosion  tho engineers
,p atoahi,. by  throwing a large
»f sawdust on tho  fire  undor
[er itam the sawduEt bin,which
...... ^-ated^B short distance oft'.   He
thou we^Ttcf-ih^ Kandolph streot
frofit-^f the-l^ldifig. ,-Jje had been
there a ?*.w minutes tybett he was startled by a report or loud noise.' which
was followed byxthe upper,', portfon of
the baok wall falling out./and the
screams of women in the upper story.
Bricks were flying in all di recti ons.and
in less than a minute the whole portion to the rear appeared to'be in
flames. The greatest excitement exit^ ^moiij^the Jipridp.. employed in
ijUfili^igi'-.especially* tlie females,
(""or mem r&h" for tile stairway
leading to the street, while others ran
to windows, and a few started to climb
out, but they were prevented from
jumping to the ground by their com*
panioui. During all this time the
tClel *ere*«.reading ^from one floor
tiv^*^er^-J^ citowas; attracted by
-tW-Hiiokc ahd scroams of the women,
blocked the street, but tho excitement
among them was so great that they appeared powerless for a long'time to rts-
nist. Finally several men run into
the building aud succeeded in getting
' Weftf&lPuW.'' Tfio excitement was increased when girls and young womon
appoared iu the Btreet, some bleeding
tsAkd- utlutrs badly burned. .Tho firo
JrfrAafl BtuVborply, d*jspi*te tho efforts*
Cjtw^-k^-ciftokihe flamc-3, and; in.
a remarkably short period tho factory
nnd sheds in the roar were blazing.
One girl, Carrie Bruner, aged '18, ia
miming. Several others wore injured
by falling bricks, and a number of
others badly bunted about the face
and hanito. The fire was gotten under
o ontrol after having destroyed almost
the entire building. About two honrs
after tho fire had" been! extinguished
the body of Carrie Bruner was found
; in J he third story, buried: undor steam
. u-jMa and heavy timbers. . Fifteen por-
sous were more or less injured, but it
is thought that none of them' will
prove fatal, with the pes-iible excep-
tWti-oT Annio Wolfenori^yho received
severe burns about the faco and body,
nnd was injured by falling timbers.
The girls woro all taken to hotels,
--nd mhMfflitM&iW^'',
The iissertea theory of tno origin of
the explosion is that after tho engineer
had .banked up the Bro in the en-
jiio. a Jjuflf. _Wf*rhw) blown tlia
Unls if jftrt-', ♦Sex 'wl ciiraniiiiii-
"c?Ha Ailh tne »»» "liB Iii the, bin,*
and the domes shooting upward through
the Urge dust flue, whieh was airtight, MM. caused the explosion.
 .icijpp»
cago butchere' strike.   He stated that
Carleton and Bany hod full chargo
of Mhts\MJafj^
gonenil ex^SWivrcotnniiffte, mt ih
view of thoir better knowledge of Jhe
situation bo - did not care to discuss
any bnmch? of the subject with tie
■mffltgi-fe information* ho had at hatra.'
Ho would neither deny nor admit ho
had sont an order to Chicago directing the men to roturii to work on the
10 hour basis.
Rome, Nov. 11.—Thc rivers Po and
Adigohivo overflowed and submerged,
'the country along their op-arse: ' At
Albigna'tho high watersfbf the Po,dis-
lodged tfcrailirtay bridge wju&ttye t*ahi
was crossing, nrocipiUiting tlio cars
and passengers into tho river; five persons wero drowned, Tho town of Co-
■mosuljo; is aubmpiged: Tho railway
service botweon Nico and Cfenoa is interrupted.
. C'OI'KKHAtlBN, Nov. 11.—Tlw QlMU
saya King George of Greeco will leave
Athens tiff his■ orother Prince AValde-
maraooepta tho Bulgarian throne.
. Bikmixuham, Nov. 11.— At 8 n.jy.
5,000 tons of doko at thb Bu-niinghifo
gas works caught tiro. The largest
gasoiiiofcor ,in England is on tho promises and in imminent danger of being
exploded. The inhabitants in the entire neighborhood are in a panic. Firemen havo found themselves so far un-
ublo to copo with the lire.
-Paths, Nov. W:—News wasroeoirod
to-day of tlw death of M. 'y__.ul.BflS*,
Frenoh mhuster, resid,ept in Annum,
who was roported yesterday to be critically ill with fever. Prime minister
DeFrey'cinct announcod M. Bert's
death in the chamber of deputies, aud
that body at. once adjourned.
Tiunova, Nov. 11.—Tho Bulgarian
deputation appointed to conyey to
Prince Waldemar official notico of his
election bythe sobranje to succeed
Prince Alexander havo::depiU*ted for
tftuuies, France, -There tho^ja-ince is
sojourning.
Pesth, Nov. 11.—The budget for
foreign affairs has been approved by
the commission delegation having tho
matter in charge. The committee has
requested Count Kalnocky, minister
of foreign affairs for tho wholo empire,
to come -before tlie commission next
Saturday and make an-exi)lieit;stato
meiat of thb Austrct-Rui^ariairSbreigu
policy. -■ aft
LoNnoN, Nov. 11.—Reliable advices
from Yionna sUite that the Czar do
clines to accept tho election of Princo
Waldemar bitt will not oppose Prince
Nicholas of Mingretta.
A brutal championship prize fight
for £100 a side took plaoe to-day at
Harlangt-oii, Middlesex It is reported
ouo of the combatants was killed.
St. ■pp.TEBSCuiui," Nov. 11. —In
seine-ofticial circles hero Lord Salisbury'^ speech in London is construed
as pacific. Baron Mohrenh'eitn | is
about to return to Pari-j to resume his
duties . as Prussian ambassador to
France. On his way to France he will
stop at Cannes in order to have a conference with Prince Waldemar. -Prince
Nicholas of Mingretto,' whb is'favorod
by tho Czar as a candidate for the Bulgarian throne, is a Russian subject and
a member of iho* orthodox Greek
church. He is a son-in-law of Count
Adelberg. He is said to bo willing to
"accept the post of Bulgarian ruler.
BBitxti*/, Nov. 1*1.---Iii political ^circles here it is considered* certain that
Prince Waldemar will docliftp JpiftJJflflt
of Bulgarian rulor. Princo Bismarck
is inclined to favor the prince of Mingretta as a candidate for the throne of
Bulgaria. Prince Nicholas lias an especially good society reputation in Berlin as woll as St. Petersburg. Empejwr
William to-day received pi-inco-Loins
of Bavaria and-, afterwards had a cofi-
■ fferon'ce with prince Bismarck.;: •-■**' :-*
Dr. Fischer, African traveller, has
died of gastric fever.
.'■'Los Angers, (-tyla,; Nyv. 11.—An
agreement' -to 'conVey'the L. J. Roso
domain to J. H. Humcston, of London, England, fur »tto million thut-j*-
sevo'ri thousand five Ihin'dfeu dollars* is
filed for record. Tho property includes Sunny .Slope vinoyard and an
01-nngo grove consisting of one thousand
nine hundred and fifty acres and all
appurtenances. .-Payment is.to ;-bo
made in shares of a joint stock-.company to be entitled L. J. Rose & Co.
Limited, with a capital stock of threo'
million "dollars. Tlio purchase is to be
completed before January lst.
.^Moj-jiKviDEo', Nov. 11.—The str..
fraiuje,' from StV- Kazaire via Guad-
loupjj'lias beov placed in unlimited
quarantine, owmg-to a* number of
deaths having oeWirfed amori-v-her pas-'
sengoi-s.   Shtf brought 1200 omigranta.
Minneju-olis,' Mbnn.'-jfoy, 11.—
Col. Piatt B. Walkeiv-a^piaBnuieut
lumberman, says, in an iiitdrWj#-wtb-
lished in an oveiiing jtii^a^pht a
syndicate of Canadian luiiibenn-an with
partners in tliis State lurvg acquired
a title Ho abbut 0Op,OOO,OOO».feet of
pine;' timW in ftoftn-westorn M*m*oo-
Botta and arc arranging to gobble up
the rest of the vast timber bolt on the
northern slope and including about
one-half of the entire Stato. Ho
charges the clause in the sundry civil
sorvico bill providing for a commission
to troat with tho Indians now occupying theso lands for their removal to
Whito Earth agqncy as aurdy iu^he
interest of this Canadian syndicate.
Col, Walker adds tbat.if ;.tl^ trOaJiies
should bo' matte and confirmed, teu
million dollars' worth of Indian pino
■will certainly go into tlie hands of a
foreign syndicate and $16,000,000
worth of- lumber that Minnesota and
Dakota will shortly nacd -#Ul go iuto
theliauds.jof .the-Bani^'pool)' \ \
CirtcAoo, Nov. 11.—It is believed
that the great strike at tho stock-yards
<is nearing au end. It is-^pfirte'iyt^is
afternoon that. Powderly.has ordered
the mon back to work*,.. Thfi! same re-
purt is current at Armour,'pi'i9wn''ttrlW.n
oflico, although they haye,.no official
confirmation of it. So many new mon
havo come in during the past fow days
that the 'paoWers- Hhj1 -thfty'riVM no
more,
LATBn--A report telegraprifid from
hore oarly this evening that tho strike
*ft$r fi.d \fns basflia on "direct, information from lhe packers. At 10 p.
m. information received from the same
•source is tliat the report   proves fake.
■■ ■■ -AJ--     ulf ft*V
;a a i.MK«i»^j|A^iiU)W,
?, Q.. writes: "Thirteen years ago! was
seized with n severe attack of i-heumn-,
timn in the .head, from whioh I nearly
constantly suffered, until aftor having
uswi.Dr. Thomas' Electric Oi) for nine
d^ya* bathing tho li*^f jA^- w|*I «>?
completely cured, nnd have -only used
half a bottle."
A-,-.
received
full line of- Uuudian HjwnnalB just
ved atT! tt; Pearson■*%Co.'s  ool7te'
Absdutely Pure,
Tlii? powiior never variea. A marvel of
puritr.fitreiiKth ami wholosomcness. More
economical than tlie ordinary kinilfl/iuul
cannot be sold In compelllion with tlio
multitude ol low tent, short weight alum
or phosphate powdorn. (jolil oiily In cans.
Rovai.Bakin'1": 1'oWdkk Co., led Wall St.,
New York. afely
Pqrt. Hammond Nmsery!
■ VTOW 18 THE T1MK- .TO-tJ-lBNI) IN
■-XS your onlcrs, -If, ydu Avant some ot
-tlioso nlno fruit.or ornamental trees,
Shrubs, etc.. ffpin Ontario. As X tfyurti
'n bont llio mill.lln o£ .luno to siMilonp iny
.affairs there and oome out this fall with
the stock for my mirsei-y here, aud will
select and bring your1 orders right nlong
With mo for this full and n«xt spring's
planting,! will satisfy all hoth ns to quality of trees and fruit- and I will he settled
Here in the business so you will know
where to find- me. All communication's
after the miildleof June may be.aiMivssed
to me at, Bowmanville, Out., or to Garlcton
A Harris, Port Hammond.'
G.W. HENRY,
■ my22te Port HnntmondP.O.
Telephone Gall No. 6.
P. O.Sox 71
Dry Goods, Meri's Furnishings,
: Groceries & Provisions.
LUHDBOM'fl BLOOK, Columbia St.
HACK FOR HIRE.
THB-.USI.IEnSIOJ.KD lins oslabllshoU
himsolf lu'tlroCitvol New Westmlnsler witli a FIUST-W.ASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
IVIilch Is uvea Tor i-UigiigouivntR at
• very meilrralc charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
hy .telephone, will be promptly pttqnded
oilnyor night. Stable nextH. Elliott's
JOS. CATES.
Telcpbonb No. 3D. ' mylte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds of Uclp
Free or Charge.
OUfi BMIESS4GEM,
D
fl YOU WANT TO BUY OPv SELL A
Buslitcs-s; take a -partner, ete.
PICKERIKQ & ee.
.'OFFICEt'Fort Street, betwoen DouKlas
and nrouglilon, VICTORIA,. 11. C. .P.O
liois CM. 11^)27
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
largo quantity of
UBST WELU\GTOiV tD«P«0At
And nn assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Whieh he will soil ot lowest rates.  Ho
will also promptly attend to all kinds. Of
,     0?H-«LlWCZ-Dffah_.
Ordors left at Mr. MeCoIl's store on Columhla street, or at my house, Douglas
stroet, will meet with prompt attention.
jiENTVYjElftlOtT.
-i-ij.-jir.WMtminliter B. C. ., I.   '    JlWOte
T BB
WHITE
IS RING!
500;000 flOW IN USE
And liEiarin^ thit (liffluist Testimonial from a.11 who use them.
The Cheapest and: Best Machine in the Market. "
,. Call.jipd Qxamlno them   hetoro goins
efibwhere,n't- ' "*
Chas! j. Robson's
'    -       FRUIT STORE,
Oposl teCntonldal Hotel. dnoWfl
-Vm? H. VIANEN•■
HAS AJjWAYS ON HAWD A GOOD
supply erf.
Fresli and Salt Water Flstt.
a-JL^jt-fiN t-rsiJLBOxr.
DKALER IN SfilNS: AND PELTRIES.
rurcboso-wlll lio delivered ln »]iy P»rt
o[ tha City (run of cliargo.       d-Jlyalj'l,
D. 8. CURTIS & CO.
Mil
V
\Vliolc«uloumlBelall
QRUGOISTS_i
■■■■■Set lVestmlmtrer, B. 0.  ' .
. mliidtp ! _;_
IMPERIAL
F!RE fNSURANGE COMP'Y.
I Olv Bboau S-fl and 18 PauMam-,
LONBON.     I
INSTITUOPET) 1B03.
FOB INSURING HOUSES fcQXHER
BiiiUIihgs, Cood-j, Wareq, -Ucruhan-
dia'o, Manulaeturing' aiid 'Farnnng Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or DbcJt. and tl^o
Cargoes of suuh Vessels ; also, SliiflabnOa-*
in« and repairing, Barge.*. imd'iJtlicr Vea*
acls on navigable rivers and oiitiat-i, and
Goods on board suoh Vessels, tIiroi.gli6ut
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries*
PROS LOSS OR DAHAGfiBY FIKK.
• Stibsoribed and Invested 'Capital,
£1,606,000 sTg.
. Rates of Premium' and overy information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTliON«,
Agont for New Weatminator.
-PRACTICAL
WalfikMksfc!
Has juat received for tlio Holidays a fiiio
aaaotbindut of Gold and Silvei;   .'
JlWELRY
..'   ',       .GENTS''     .,'',",
GOLD & Stt^ER WATCHES
Ladies Size Swiss Gold Watches
fcot*v?26;.to.§55.
Ladles Size American Stem-
winding Sold Watches, at
$32.50...   .
UKMEMBBK-Wo do not sell'"filled"
"Vatolie.'iUiil Jewelry nr' rrolid gold,   ' '
Our goods are guaranteed Justus re-
presented, and prices lower than any
otlior house in B. G.
COLONIAt, BEOCK,
■N€V»-.' WJE8TIV.IN8T.ER.B.' C.
.., nil    :■: .j.UeHlo    i  II     rmll
ASSOCIATION.
Ctuiruntcc ratlin! >-
...#i;om,ow
FullGbv'm't Deposit
head office, Tgrontoj Canada
. a;.:bome1ompanx.
,Thii' A^sociatipiri,i .merits' t(ie
confidence tlie -Public is reposing in it from the .. following
FACTS:-    ;
ThoHecur) ty qd'oreil to pollny tioldrra ts
uiumrpai-DiHl by any Company uo_-_.g__U-.i-
u'ikk in Ciuiiiu-i, '
II has no Botieibtftl of 'Itinnniii-ao, bill the
net )-(.ti(:i.i-_l It-it I'd I1u«b) hetiee tlio: policy
licddor-cujino:. tip uiisioil ns to thulr cop*
tvaots, ,'.''' i
'It* Utfltwneiitt to the pnmW-fla-n be readily nndewtoottvlt__*cru-h- statement ahow-
ing ovor'-'.H^i p-fJn-'omeoud ho* nxpen-
lis post i ion ! s .is..-, r. situ wl annually from
adetatlcil valuiilion In Miiloh overy Hem
of -HaMlltyltilnaluded.
IL*i -pioKmHs has been unexampled in
the lifttoiyol .i-mnninco In Canada.    .'•
' IM poll des aro indlsputiible ufi-arthrien
years, and non-forfeHalilo aftor two yehrH'
oXlstunce. —-•
llfi profltH nro distributed tipon fln e*in|!-
able AmihIr. Tbe proflte to' onoelfldfl of
policy holdeiM mo not lemoned to Wive
larger.p-roms to any other olass, which
•method affordn miporior ai(vautage* over
the iirtiform bonus-plan of dlatrlbutibtj,
Mliernl <'oiiill(ioiin tin t« Konlilenc« nnd
Travel*
"    3, K.MaoriOKAM).;. '
MnntiKlni' llircctor,
T. R, PEARSON & 00.
. Aeouts, New WestmlnsKn
Jo7-2mo.nlteni»t«.
TESTIMCNIAL!
*    *    Vimconvcri IMtftf-M 1S8G.'
MR.G.' ROBERTSON,  '
Vancotivcr:' '  '    ' ,    ■
neprescntliig:GoIdle A MeCullooh,
dalt.Ont.
. Sib.—AVe tlie uinlt-ifiitJie'-l having tvilt-
ncsscd the ten-lblo ilvo wliich wiped ont of
eslslenoe tlm yoVmg-mty of Vancouver,
on tho 18th iiigty havo, nfter the llro,ex-
hmlned tno sntee Hold by you, somo of
which werO put to the most Revere tost,
havlm: been mirrounded by Utrgfl qutuiti-
tlen of lard and uacoii.-tillu we uro pleauod
to tbatify t» the reirtiii'knblo manner in
which -ovory Safo sold hy you pa-nerved'
its -.qntontji.i.ol: only liuolcs mid ptipci-K,
hut also thouHiuids of uollnis In 'papor
moiu'y were taken out lu purfoof condition, yfo can, therefore, with Iho greatest .confidence,m!niniiu,n,t Ihem asl.ljpr-
ongbly (Ire proof!
h. A. Hamilton, for the OiiluidlJu. Pacific
Kailway Oompany: M; \, MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Dluko. iiilpendJaryMn-
Klstrato; IMeh'd. Alexander, .Tlistloo nf
i tlio Peace; .loiin llonltbiio. Police MukIs-
trate, CHyof Vancouver; Thomas IJuun,
.Justleo of tnq-peaco! iHaaoJphua. CpLi
Kdwnrd K, Rantl, lte.il l^ftuto llrokor;
K. Balfour, AUIermaiuj, .lolm Hiuikln,
Ileal instate l.rokcr;. I'ltlier »t E.lsou,
Royal Hotel; IT. R Keofer, Contractor,
C. P. 11,: J. Vf. McFailadd, Port, Moody,
to Vtincoiivei- and Kngllsll Unvj F. C.
'Inn-Ja & Cts., Reffl EitUB BttkorA A. W.
Rons, Real -EHtiitc I.n.ker; Gravely A
Spinks', Keal Birtato Brolcei-aj R. O.For-
, guson, Mgr. R, C. P. Mills.   ,      Jo_H)te
-Jtist RBceiveB yi^C.
P. B. ohe Gar-load of
St^y^S hnd Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated flrniof
of E;&' C.-Gurney &
Co. and are well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to ^iye us
a.cali]}ef6re piarbft^-
ing elsewhere, as we
are offbring these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for two '-more
car loads now on the
fray.
L S. SCOULLAR & CO.
. dnUlSto nli il    COLUMBIA BTItKRT.*
■Importer and Dealer inr
Iittportodin quantity,
■pirst-Olass ihi quality,
Sold jjE BbttoWPrices
Thbtest^PIaOfeiiitli*
ul' ..1     . -.'.j    '!   i -  .   !■-■. lui •')   (jiijj
City tb buy your
D. McPHADEN,
Donno'ti Brick -Block,
NEW WKSTMINSTER, B. (!.
ritl I     tit,,  ■■
. la ... WM'T. Pm'I.IMIS SAY AIMJT THE  ■   '
STARR KtONlVf All!,
' "Ti'ijiatmfint liy 'Ali-sorpttoh lira foi- shine
time 1'iieti ic(ioirnl-/pd by Medlcftl Men to
.be the iiioKt- Klinpb' uud. fflijftual me.»nH
of convey Ink to Diseased Oi-rnnH,"C*irn-
llvetti" bnthYeas'eHdf KUlhey DTwMewftl
Complaints fittcndunt thereon, HticceHHfiil
trcalmentwiiH priiellciibly ImpoHHimeuntil tlie ihfrniluotion of the HtitrrKidney
Pad. IbieoHffJlMl thanftHinfele pi*0Bcrlp-
ilon .and Is, timncfiflumlily «ip»,j dtxi.iivr.
ana effective thnn ort;/ (judiitttji of internal
Medicinal'dmi'nn. Worn Immediately1 ovor
th«rB«»tof ]_Hnoi»ie,ll« eun*tlY« propprtltjH
iiir.ni-m.*)' jjj(-t:ninj, im cuiuiiiii jjiiitnuiiun
become ahnorbed by tho dlsoatsed and on-
JeobledOr-jans.contlnuoualyafid directly,
as ratiulrefl to nHUraJn return tlidlr lipnl-
thy action nml ofliflnnl vltfonK 'It,'lit corn-
fortable' to tbe patient and Pleiwrtnt In Its
fiffiujiH, and fiin'CH wiivh, -lotl^iim, elm onns
The Starr Kidney Pad nccoiuplhties positive, deelHlve toM.ltS. A'nJoi-o VblOablo
dWcovery nn a true remedy /or-Kiouey
Djseasen whb never madt'.-r-Vcrt/j*.-./ Gazette
The Hfnt-r Kidney Pad, nVunufattured
in Toronto, fs a pertnuncnt sutm cure for
Eleases,,disotdciB ami ailments of the
Idneys, Jltauder and urinary 'Boiu'fittve
•Stem, or ntteiulnnl eompluliit*i;eiinBliur
pain ln;tl-o«inaU of tbe hfwtUlsiavsote.,
ouh micturition-inabllttyof lolontlon alrd
HiKllinOntiiry. urine, tlropsli-af syiiipIoiiiH,
-nti!M denoting tliis proKenee in thesyfiteni
of illseasoH common to the urinarv soiire-
tiveorHann~kiK--wn as gravel, eatmrh of
the bladder and papflBBOSfBrlBhO-* diHraije,
(ilnbetes, di-opsy, pile, nervoumleblllty,
eto. Send for pamphlet to LANGLHY A
CO., Wholesale Agents- Victor'u. Hethil-
ed hV A.' M. HKIWtlNO and Tt. g, CURTIM
&.CO., Now WestiuiiiHter;. '!\ MqNBE-
LKY, Ladner's Lanfllttgi lia^DOWKIJ-
*CO„ 1!AHTJNOHSAWM(!j1iCO/,THK
.VANCOUVER I DRllS I Co., Vancouvor;
W. Hi McaAnTNHV A HUO,. Vnncouver
nmlKiitnlooPsi J. B, LOV15LI, Ynle; W.
Al MROAW, Priest Valley;' H, CLARK *
CO., Kamlnops, dwsi-Myl
QtKDY®"
Unhej '.FDnmran . notice . jwIll
..loavo mi MONDAYS tor chilllwhuok
and way places, .sturiilng oh- Triesdoys.
'IiOaWiioii THU!lSDAYS;-''or:Hope aHd
way plapos, roturnlag on Saturdays..  j
dimqUlo!,    OA_*T..iNSLBYi:Ma8ter.
ALBION
IViAHBLE WORKS
JA-IRS FISUEI-, Proprietor.
MDNtfl*ENTS, HE Atl STONES; TOMBS,
TABLETS AND ClilOBSBS, TUU-
NITUBE MAltBI.4_, 4c.    '
X ll.rr.us    lllll.l, llli u ii mill liuv, Uf it,:,kkuu_
ft dcsci-Jpt Um of what tlu'y.wlsh„can have
desi-ftiH, prices, etc., furnfshed on application. 'All work nun ran teed cqltAT many
on ibe Paul tic (Joast, and at reasouablei
rates. X, B.—N-^ agents employed.
(Joidon Struct, Victoria, B. C.
Opp. St. Andrew's Prcsbytorlaii Oliuro.li
JOHNS. COX,
Importer aud Dealer In <
fiftKIKj;
;       iNcwDiNa.   .
WI1ITB LBOHORNS,
OROWN LKOIIOUN8,
■ PLYlIOfTR HOCKS,
..' I.ANGIH1AS08,
WliU-: Crtisttit Blaok Found.,
■,   Guinea Fowl.,  "louen Duoks,
r r JJ   J    ■ r.u;.   Pit Gaints, IlOUdMU.
:a_i_liird-lmyd' Eggs suppllod at'low rates,
niiiljan stockigHiuilntoHil.;.; . ; ,,..',
Boynl Avenue, East of Douglas St.
'   '   rriliStc
New Westminster, Conl Harbor
and Seattle'-Route.'"".'
THE STEAMER
(J.'W, TARTE, Master.)   JilJ
W'-ii'i/^FAVe 8eattm-,:eVb!ry
Tliiirsiliiy JHornltti-ai:o'elockt 'or
Now ^Vestnilristor ariil 6oal Harbor, via
rort. TrrwiiHcnd and tho Islands; arrives at
NeiV-'Wesfmln'slor on Friday fdrdrioon,
lenVOB for Ooiil' Hnrbor about two liours
aflr'nvftnjRj loaves COAL HARBOR Friday Nlmn Ior Soatlle..
'   Fnro <l) Bcnlllr....... ......HM
: ' Vrvlelitv-riouj...... :.....' 4.H
'Spqblul ratpstomorclmnts.        aplOtc
A Private College I
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
•   WILL BE OPENED AT   j
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA. B. C.
o  -.^ON— ■
M0K DAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.
THE   fitTnilINTr>-   HAS  '15   LARGE
Rooms and   Ih well furnislicd With
rflfflBtpr grutcN, buth rooms, Ae*. AfifC
Excellent 6^portunltl*eB for all klfidsot
lH-Htilifiile.\ci-'l«e:-i-ineliidhi-<-ln»atIngand
bn thine. ... ,    ,
ruplla will lie made racist comfortable
and nmlr yeimral welfare can-fully con-
Bldcrefl,1- ,;- '"       i       '"'   '•-
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
■wlU'hSi lAhlnto-lned.-1- ■■■..;-;.;   larfjlld |
im»«n*s:feb™te|
riaHHif.d aud MMern LnuKunge Subject*,
with liistmmrutnl MnNlr.
Applinatloii Fornio, tUf^renccB nnd full
Infiii mat ion fnrntsheil liy
RKV, 0. J. BBKNT0N, M.A.,
'.*■'•■      Nkw WkbtmiUktkr.
JuneB, 1880. ,,,■',, ■;. ;-, lUWJlyaito;
1 "I take 6niV oiio Etigliuli weekly pa*per,
The Spectator, SflUWohbi Can«llan/37ir
)|WibvniithiHHruloJ... ,
sav whieh I should -rt)i«B most.
letter1 by.T-ttomanHiglK-B.fttitlior ol "Tom
Brown's 80,1100^ D^yH.,'',
be piuzlod to
>-PMma
A I jinndlan Journal of 1'ollllcs, HOolely
and LUerutore. _.   '
'l'uftl.fil'HIH. -{VEliVJllWaiiAT, AT'«(I0
-:,    .,,'1    I'Elt JANKUM., .    ,,  afifl-JII
lnaoneoa.nl ,IUijM»IMcs„!rHH1 W8EK
vwwwW
within the elrolo of a cultured home. IJ]
An avaraggof-fljUmU-Bhotl, uilsp Editorials Inglvcn.lneaob nurabetupon OANA-
DUN; AMIJnilKvAKffTOOLIHH POLITICS and LITERATURE.
AmoiiL'st tin.' regularcontrlbutoia Is Pro-;
f('SNi»r«o](lwlnSml«itiinttftdtBtlnguihhed-
publie man in LimdopbHS kindly under-
taken to'•KHpply'rWularly on EntlUb
Letter, Pons and Waaplngton Leltera
'Will AppcftT at rrf<nl«r ititorval.-*. * -'   ■','
Uil'Dpmllilwrjmdl|jeiU|illC|ll*liiUrii.  ,
_.J__Q *-*7BBK
has now oiiloroil n't'on Its third year'Willi
most onooiiniainc prospoots, and with
inuny new'oaturcH. ,
C. BLACKETT llOBrSfSbM,' "
'J .5 Jordan. St, Toronto, Out,
Haiiiplo ooplos freo on ap]>lt.allon,   ; ..
TUB WEEK Is ono 9* tlw most inBiio'n-
Jlnl JOlirnnls in Clmnda.-Trutli, Ix.ndon,
Enulnnd. '' tots:
PHE'tlNIlEIttirciNF.D If AHJ BBflN At-
rfu—         —.
,IrPplnloillll<»l!llnllil|lsb1i;r;liirobla'qi'
IlltfHO br'iriillrnl inoiilimonlH. Full imrtlc-
tllnrlJIISloprt'oosninl diM-ftnSM Hj-jpllon-
CHAH. 1, '—■'
h. c.
vfiObUMBIA STREET,
—raPOMMlH AND MAISM IK—
Books,
Statiottery,     :
Pianos,
tiuiw fleirnel
TKe^ffVeSf 'Slbck;<_*' this liftih-
landj • and" Secorid -fa no
'  ■'   -.'•.'i''      11 •
; House in British) Columbia.
—rSOi-E -.6BNTS FOR—-,
liiBifF;lll]fRio,
,:';   '''■  ''■"[ - b."B6ston,
The Dflfflinion Organ,
1     !. ,W'T^*o_Jaifl(ii; dat.,
And agents tor all the leading American
s
SPECIAL FOAMS
flULEO AIHIHTED
bn'' -i pre-Uiso.; He Mitly aiM«liwply
u at My. othei  estsUlihrniiDt Iii the
?*OVJW)».. •.. [HI   :,     ;. |j]
■ ''■^'■-_6_aiT_f,:t_-(»K-'-i'-''";;:
Cohledel-afioh life W.urancB Co..
North1 British ihdrtW-nitHeFii-e
ln.»ranc« Co. ,
.'11 mi
,r[
ialoula tl.l/il niaSts   < ■ 1.
SHlf Mita   RKCBIPIS, nniiiiiiinO 1J
■■■...    -il'l' .I.-,'/.  CM, K. SIIKJI!  J'.M
;:,;./-:/'!;^«m»(|J-;*ll_^_^tf_,
BIIM BF Ult,
',"     CUSTOM IIOUS-1 BLAKKH
llAIM''nM.'HfTM, '   '<" '
OfoRBS, KWJIIM8,
mwm't>fm%m- w*m
Forms on hind,    ilil']     51 .i I* air '
.'■•■  r-.l*—All the..leading-
''filtins—^
R^^r-j-Ml-^^feueri-^ukr
lor uy Publication at omttntH. (U
I StrVft iraport dlreot (com. mtnttfu.
t«pere,!»nd eatabot M»*tsr«i))d ia this
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