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Array OOTO'nmont Gaze
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—is I'UHusnsn—
livery Weiliiesilur & Salnrdtiy,
D. ROBSON  & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET.  EOTMME TO Em-
iow*l aho Business Dipabtmeht thuouoh T. H.
PEARROH - CO'S. BOOK & SrATIOHEBV STORE.
tl r.rr JI mon. r pajirlrlo In Advance.   D.llv.rn
by Crurlnror Agent, 11 per qn.Tter, payable
<inurlor!y to Orirrlor or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hibbem & Co. Victoria.
T. R. Pearsoh & Ci Yau.
Till*. DABFD limy bofonnrl on file nt
IHIo rArCli O«o. ,1'. Howell* Co.'s
Nr.wH|iii|,or Ailvi.rllr.lrri: Ilirrcirii (10 Spruco St.),
Where silver lining conlrncte miry be mnrle for It In
NEW YOKK.
•ihe fritisli Columbinn.
Suturdny Morning, Oct, 10, 1885.
(Jiirrent Events nnd Opinions.
Thoso who are exercised over the
commercial position of Canada seem
to consider that tliere are but twd
avenues of relief open tp ub. The.
first is commercial union with the
British Empire, which, as it renders an English bread tax necessary,
is an impossibility. The second is.
commercial unibh with the United
States, either by a reciprocity treaty
or a customs union, the first of
which may be a possibility. There
is yet a third way, however, and
that is a recourse to the only right
fiscal policy, free trade and direct
taxation. That Canadian shows a
damaging lack of faith in his nationality who cannot escape from
tlie shadow of the United States,.,
or consider our fiscal problems without a reference to the policy of our
great neighbor.—Montreal Witness.
It is a. commendable thing to seo
the young men of Canada take an
active interest in public affairs. The
convention of young liberals in Toronto showed that the various political issues, both speculative and
practical, have occupied their attention. As might hnve beon expected,
the former afforded scopo for keen
debate and considerably divergent
opinions. It was remarked that
the debating power was of a high
order. There were pronounced differences of opinion on some points;
but it is evident that there was a
distinctively Canadian sentiment
common to nil, auguring well for
tho growth of a true patriotism.
Much may be expected from the
efibrts of the young politicians in
devoting their energies and enthusiasm to tho purification of public
life tind advocacy of such measures
as are best calculated for advancing
the welfare of tho whole people.—-
Canada Fresbi/terian.
Columbian.
VOLUME 28
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, OOTOBER 10, 1885.
NUMBER 30
Tliere is no reason why any English newspaper should be troubled
hy Mr. Hendricks' utterances on
any question of foreign politics, because ho knows nothing about foreign politics, und has no interest in
it. He is in favor of Irish independence, just as ho would bo iu
favor of Almicadahni, if bethought
it would bring liim a vote or two.
One good post ollice or collectorship
is of moro' interest and importance
to lum than all the foreign nations
i on tlie globe. When he went abroad
a few years ago he innocently revealed his astonishment at finding
parliaments on tho European continent. Doubtless lie expected to
see nothing thore but post ofitces
and custom bouses, carried on hy
despots and manned by vicious
noblemen on lifo tenures, Ho is of
importance now in American* politics, we beg to inform tlio Queen,
Mr, Gladstone, and Lord Salisbury,
nnd tho British press, simply that
he would succeed Mr. Cleveland if
tlie latter were to die—a contingency which makes most intelligent
Americans shako iu their boots.—
N. Y. Nation.
As might have been anticipated,
thc Mexicans have already begun a
warfare against tlie Mormons who
arc moving iuto Chihuahua. It is
understood tbat a demand has been
made upon President Diaz that he
rescind the grant of land to them
iu that state. The Catholic Church
heads the movement and culls for
tho enforcement of the laws against
polygamy. In this it is backed by
a strong public sentiment. As a
matter of fact, thore is no room for
Mormonism in Europe or America.
Its tifiiliatious aro with tho barbae
ism uf Africa, or tho polygamous
heathenism of Asia. Tho latter
would probably object to it, because
Mormonism is a sort of eclecticism
which contains some features of
Christianity, Judaism, Mohammedanism, Buddhism aud Brahminism,
and a clash with Asiatic hierarchies
would bo likely to occur. With
Africa the case is different, South
of the Soudan the inhnbit-mts havo
not religion enough of any kind to
know what it means, while their
social observances would be in harmony with tho Mormon customs.
Within tho great bend of the Congo,
a thousand miles from anywhere,
there is a fertile country admirably
adapted to Mormon colonization,
whore the "Saints" would be likely
to remain undisturbed for a long
time, except by tbe surrounding
tribes of barbarians, with whom
they would probably soon be tible'to-
flstiiblish an equally good understanding with that which lias always marked their intercourse with
the Indians of the Great Basin.—
S, F. Bulletin,	
•f New Platform.
The following in (ho platform adopted by the Voting Men's Liberal Convention recently huld nl Toronto. Al-'
though it Is tint platform nf ti party
oruunizutinii, it contain!, n groat ilunl
of Bound utilise wuitltyof thoughtful
consideration:
This convention condemns the frnn*
chiso as lately passed by the Dominion
Parliament, approves the principles
that the franchise is a civil right that
Bhould be dealt with exclusively by
the provincial legislature, that the
preparation of electoral hats Bhould he
delegated tothe municipal oouncili of
the country, and recommends that1 in
the province of Ontario, the right of
voting for parliamentary representatives be conferred upon every male
resident of the province of 21 years of
ago and upwards who. is a British sub-
ject, and who is not a pauper, a lunatic,
or a felon, proper restrictions beinjr
made as to residence and registration,
To secure the proper development of
the trade and resources of the Domin-
ion, the Canadian people should have
full power to negotiate their Own commercial treaties, and also the framing
of their own extradition treaties.
That in tho opinion of,, thin convention the attention of Canadi&n citizens
Bhould be earnestly directed to. the
very -great increase that has boen made
during recent years in the customs
taxation of the country, and to the
fact that a large proportion of the
money bo taken from the people has
been spent extravagantly and corruptly by the .government, that we condemn as unjust the principles of laying oppressive taxes upon the many,!
solely for the benefit of a few, and
maintain that the right to impose customs taxation should be limited to the
necessities of government economically
administered.
The Dominion senate, as at present
composed and constituted, is not consistent with the genius of the present
.age, is utterly useless as a legislative
body, and has completely failed to
realize the hopes or expectations uf
those who, at confederation, believed
that a second chamber composed entirely of life members, would provo a
non-partisan body, which would prove
n check upon hasty or imprudent legislation by the house of commons. That
this convention recommends that stops
bn at onco taken—without interfering
with the present proportionate representation of each province in that body
—to reform or reconstruct the senate
in Buch a manner as to make it a representative or oleotive chamber.
The system of supernnuation and
granting of pensions to members of
the civil service is attended with
great abuses, and having due regard
to existing rights should be entirely
abolished.
Whereas thu resources of the Dominion oner sufficient inducements to
all desirable classes of immiVranta;
and, whereas the presont policy of assisted immigration subjects our wage-
earners to unfair competition, therefore be it resolved that the expenditure
of publio money in giving assisted passages Bhould be discontinued.
Wherens the gross debt of Canada
has been increased during the eighteen
yoars since confederation from less
thnn 9100,000,000 to nearly 9300,000,-
000- an increase out of all proportion
to the growth of population, or the
creation of wealth in the country; in
the opinion of this convention there Ib
no good reason why Canada should, in
timo of peace, so rapidly enlarge her
obligations, nnd so heavily mortgago
thu property und labor of tho peoplo.
Wo therefore urge patriotic Canadians
to unite in demanding such a pure and
economical administration of government as will prevent the increase of
onr debt, and decrease tlie present oppressive burdens upon the people.
In tlie opinion of this convention
the legislation of a provincial legislature within the competence of that
legislature should not bo disallowed
at the whim of the Dominion government,, but should only be repealed by
the voice of the people of the provinces
affected as expressed at the polls.
Therefore, resolved, that the British
North American Act should be so
amended as to more clearly define the
respective functions of tho Dominion
fmrlininiMit mid of the provincial legis-
attires, and in case of future dispute
between the two legislative bodies tho
decision should rest wiih the courts
and not with tho governor-general in
council.
That legislation by the Imperial parliament be sought with the view of
restoring to thu Dominion the power
possessed by the former provinco of
Canada to alter or amend the constitution of tho country.
That this convention disapproves of
the payment of subsidies out of the
Dominion treasury to the provincial
legislatures, believing that the system
of subsidies lends to extravagance on
the part of the provincial legislatures,
because they hare the, power of expending money without the responsibility of imposing taxes; also, the subsidy system ns carried out in Canada
onuses the bulk of the revenues to be
collected by indirect taxation, whereas
direct taxatjnn is more jost and more
economical. Therefore, resolved that
this convention approves of such a
cliango in the British North America
Act as Bhall provide that each province
of the confederation shall collect us
woll as expeud its owu revenues.
That- the coune of the Dominion
government in noglecting or refusing
to take any steps towards obtaining a
reciprocity treaty with the United
States, aud in surrendering to the
Americans the free use of our valuable
sea-fisheries without compensation is
censurable in the highest degree, This
convention urges thnt it is in the interest of Canada that the lnrgest possiblo measure of reciprocal trade should
without delay be arranged with tbe
United States.
That the notorious abuses in connection with the civil service of tho Dominion are such ns call for immediate
action-; tlmt the annual expenditure
upon the civil sorvice is far boyond the
requirement:- -.f the country; that tlw
iirusant system of examinations Is
farcical uud useless, merit being wholly
itiimreil; that a complete measure of
civil service reform is necessary by
which the expenditure (nay be reduced,
the m-poti-nii and favoritism practised
by the pivsunt govornment rendered
impossible, mid the publio service rendered independent of politicul parties.
That this convention desires to place
upon record its coiidemnntion of thc
practice of importing men to fill positions in the public service wliich should
mul can lie properly aud efficiently
tilled by Canadians, Tint the creation
of dual I'tlicen and tho duplication of
tlm salaries of public official--nre uhtme*
wliidl- call fur immediate remedy.
That the judges of provincial courts
Khoulil Imi appointed by provinoial bmt-
eininent,
JOHN GARROW, M. D,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office—Noxt EUon's Tnllor Shop, Cor.
Cburcli and Columbia Sts. no22tc
DR. 8. CLARKE,
Member College PhyK.-iuiiN
and Surgeons, Ontario.   Registered undor
Medical Ordinance of Britisli Columblu.
Offlce In P. 8, Curtis A Co.'s Drug Store,
New Westminster, B. C. ho'JOie
H.
M. COOPER, R. A.,M. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFIOE and RESLDENCE*--01iuroll St.
(next door lo Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St, New Westminster, U.o.
OFFIOE HOUHB-fi to 10 a.m.; Ito fl and
0.90 to 8 p. m.   Galls In town and country promptly attended to. ftStc
El L. DECKINGS ALE, HI. I>. *
'* Formerly on the SlnfT of Huntingdon County, Stockwell, Fever nnd
Hninll Pox Hospituls; Queen Charlotte's
Lying-in Honpllnl, and Victoria Hospital
for Children, London.
OfrFiOK awn ItBHinF-soB-ColumbiiiSt.,
Now Westminster, next, door to rcslilcneo
of Dr. L. R, Mclnnes.  Telephone No, 31.
selSto
W. D. FERRIS,
USO, HSDSE ui flBNSBAL ABERT
Kent ana Debt collector.
8KYHH.U U60D FARMS FOIt 8AM!.
Aliriil n>r Mr TIllllJlUK'S uru uml
l<< I1IIJVI  ISSl IIAM IJ KIIII'IM,
lliirtftinl.  .'mm.
OFFICE.'—Fowls Slrcot, Now Wostin luster, toite
a
, tl. BROWN,
DENTIST.
Houm-lito 12; 1:80 to 7.
Will visit Chllllwhnok the first Mondny
and two following days in each month.
aulSto
m  C. ATKINSON,
BARRI8TER-AT-LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC,   SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office;—Opposite Post Office, Columbia
Rtreet, Now Westminster, H.C.       se.10tc
pORBOVLP * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Offiok—-McKenzie street. New Went minuter, & C.
Y1T   N OH HAN BOLE,
'       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agont. Money lo Loan.
Coiumbin Street,
no2Ui New Westmlnsler, R.C.
Tl/TURRAY * FRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Katsomlning and Puper-Hang-
Ing. Snop—Clarkson street, opposite the
New Westminster Jail, Now Westminstor,
British Columbia. np2-te
AR. HOWSE,
,    Formerly Howse, Hill A Hickman,
begs to annouueo tlint ho will resume business an
Surveyor, it en I Kutmte Broker nnd
tt'onrcynucer
On and after tho 21st ipstunt.   Otlice, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
selfttc
H
VUIIES A, ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated. Offlce, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Office, New West*
minster, B. O,
J. C. Huokrk, T. C. Atkinson.
Notary Public.
—    Jell-tc
C. D. RAND,
NOTAKY PUIILtC.
E, E. RAND.
BROS.,
Real Estnte Broken, Conveyancers nml
Insurance Agents.
Port Moody nnd New WestminsterTro-
portyu spoctitlty.
OFFICE-Columbla Street, opposito Post
Offlco, New Westminster, B. C.     Jlyflte
T.-
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet, New Westminster
Parties desirous of disposing of their
farm--, etc., will do well to place the same
In Iho hands nf llm above.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful uttcntlon. Best references
given when required, mhr-Mc
J.C. HUGHES,
AUCTIONEER
once at Hughe* -A Atkinson's,
Opposite Post Office, New Westminster,
British Columbia.
inh7tc
P. S. HAMILTON,
Barrlflter-nt-Law,   NoUry Public-
Solicitor antl Attorney-, Real Estnte Agent nnd Conveyancer
BUIfcDINOXOTS FOR SALE IN Every section of Port Moody. Also, Suburban Lots by the aero, Immediately adjacent to the Port Moody surveyed Town-
site.
Lands for snlo on the nortii sido of, nnd
having water frontage on Port Moody
Harbor, finely situated and exceedingly
vnlunble
Carc'ruHy prepared Mans and Tlaus exhibited, and the fullest Information furnished, at Mr, Hamilton's office,   mlii'-tc
Every Man to his Own Business
mAmm PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COI.0SIAI, IIOTUn.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
l'h-ildniH' Prescription* ami Family Kcclpes a Specialty.
N.  Si, — Only llenulno Drugs iisorl.
Over twenty years' experience.    mrSJI
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKKN POHBKHHION OF
the "Temm-miei- House," fronting
ou Columliia mid Ohnrch Ntreels,oi-pn*iHo
the Episcopal (,'hureh, nnd now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will uccnmmodtttn the traveling public
at tho following rates:
Hoard per day... fl Oil
»      "  week  0 00
Single Meals    '2H
Beefs    !»
iMbUond aooommod'itlon for ndlesnnd
families, mvliN-
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Eiipiimi
MOST FASIIIOMBLB LV TIIK CITV.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C.      [my26-to.
GO TO THE SAN FRANCISCO
L
i
STOKE
WHEN YOU WANT TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
Roots nud Shoes of overy description
mode to order and repaired; from hit Ih?
flint's shoo (o n ■nun'.*' boot.
iWTThe highest cash price pn hi for Hides.
I am importing -io tons of On I; Dark for
use at my tannery, so Mint people need no
longer Hend awny for oak-tanned leather.
.IAS. WOl'ftSI.AI!,
mime     Coiumbin St., Now Westminstor
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS a™
SHOES
Ladles'-. ''enlH*.   Misses' uml Children's
Itoo-JK, Shot's und Cutters
Mndo to Order nnd Kopt on Hand.
COLUMBIA STREET, ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, H.C.
mh >llc
L. WILLIE
Front St.. New Westminster,
MANUFACTURER OF
BISCUITS
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
WEST END
rialu ami Fancy
|    AlUUUf..   J.IUU)    UWU.U1)|
And Confeetlouery always on hand.
GROCERIES PROVISIONS
Doi Ivcred o nny pnrt of the City.
3C£>XjXj*7 SKOS.,   Columbia Street.
jeai-to
C. E. Woods.     Ceo. Tubneh.     A. C. Gamble
LAND SURVEYORS
 AND	
DRAUGHTSMEN.
MAPS COMPILED.
Heal  Estate, Insurance nnd
Commission Agents.
TERMINUS LOTS FOR SALE.
A Complete Mot or Oily nml Farming
Property for Sale.
MONEYJTO  LEND.
FIRE, LIVE, ACCIDENT & MARINE INSURANCE
Open l'olloioH iHsiu'dtin BlllpmonU by Hun
orltull frum Eii-flnnd, United Slute*-,
Canndn and Ohliiu
OFFIOE:
ElliU'il's Block,   Columbia   Street,
Ol'l1. 11AXK UV HIIITTHIl I'OI.UMlllA.
I'. O. Whim er 11, Teltiilmiie So. to.
WOODS. TIK.VKU & GAMOTiK.
mliistc
FURNITUREI
TIIK UNDK118IGKKD MAS PLBA-
mire in nnnouneing tlint he b now
propiired to supply all kinils of Furniture, ko,, nt tlie lowest possiblo prices,
i.'nliiiu-t work and Upholstering done
promptly nnd in fh-et-olnsB style.
UNDERTAKING
In atl its branches, The undersigned
has the only HKAUSK in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited,
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. O. BUNTE,
T-nto Manager Sebl's Branch  Pit nil tu re
ft turn nn'.Ue
F. EICKHOFF,
 DEALER   IN	
General   Merchandise!
FRONT STREET, HEW WESTMINSTER.
A l»ri!(! stock always on linnd, and
prices to suit lIn- times.
Dry Goods & Groceries!
Estate of Trapp Bros.
mHK BUSINESS OP
; TRAPP BROTHERS
Jft'ill in the futuro be carried on under
the above style and under the management of
THOS. J. TRAPP.
jylStd (By onler).
TURNER, BEETON & GO,
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET ■ VICTOBIA.
■A-GIJEJIsrTS   fob
North British and Mercantile
Insurance no. Tor mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
M Pilisliury Circus,
London, E. C.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CDMP'Y.
1 Old Broau St. and 16 PAll Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ifc OTHER
Buildings, Gooda, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Oirgoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other \es
scls on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods ou board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FR0U LOSS (IU DAMAGE by firk
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONU,
Agent for New Westminster.
American Agriculturist
100 Columns and 100 Kngravings In
Each Issuo.
44th Year. Sl.50 a Year.
The rccujculieil Lending iVrluillcnl or Hi
kind iu Ilie Wwrlil.
100,000 CYCLOPEDIAS FREE.
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Vj ran Acrl* uiniii-!. 01,11 OU NKW,
EnsliBll or Uui'Jiinii, whose subscription
for 1.-W i-t liiimrilliin'ly furwHi'tleri us, together with Hid price, S1.S0 per your, nnd J5
cent-* extra for postage on C.velopiutlhi—
limiting $1.(13 In ull—will receive the Am*
crlcau At/iictllturM (Knglish or Gorman),
forullof 1833, and be presented with the
Auierlrun .Igrlriitliirlfft Family 4'yclo*
IHeillii (Just out), iw Pngf-H ana over I,eee
■in-graving*. Strongly bound in cloth-
black ninl gold.
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pun lish e».
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woi'lhy of mention, becnuso of tho remarkable success that has attended the
unique nntl unliriiiE efforts of its proprietors to Increase and extend Its circulation.
Its contents nre duplicated every month
for a Oorman edition, which nlso circulates widely."
Send three 2-cent stamps for mailing
you specimen copy "American Agriculturist, au elegant forty-pngn Premium
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pages of our'-Fittnlly Cyeloptudln." Canvassers waiitetl everywhere.
Address
PUBLISHERS AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST,
David W. Juno,        Sam-i. Buiiniiam,
Prcs't. Soe.
11,1 Broadway, New Vork.
nor Anv person sending R50 to tills
Oflloe will receive Tiik Coi,umiiia*k uud
ihe American Agriculturist tor one year,
nntl (lie Cvclnptcdla free of postage anil
duly paid.'    Address,
0. ROBSON & CO.,
fe-lto New Westmlnsler.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Ciiarantee 4'niiltal tjU.MO.Mn
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
Thii Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Securliy offbred lo policy bolder* is
iinsui'i'iiKseii hy uny company doi ng business In Canada,
It lins nosohomosof Insurance, but the
wPll-t'sliibllsiieii linos, hciiec the policy
holderseininot be misled its lo thrfrcon-
inctn.
Ils statements to the piihllccun bo read-
ilv understood, Ils cash statement, show-
in*- overy Item of ineome and how expended,
ItspnuillonlRascr-rlulncdiinnunllyfrom
n deliiUeil viiluntlon In which every item
of liability In Included.
lis progress has been unexampled lu
tbe history of Insurance In Canndn,
Its policies arc IndlNpulablc nfter three
veins, nntl non-forfeit nolo afier I wo years'
oslslonco. .
Its profits nro distributed upon au eqult-
Hide Imsls, Tile protlts to one class of
pulley holders nro not. lessoned to [[ivo
larger profits In nny other clnss, which
melhoilullbrds superior ndvuningnsovor
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
LIlH-rnllonillilmiN nn to Kmldencennd
Travel.
.1. K. MnePONALD,
Managing Director,
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agent*, New Wcsimlnalor
Je7--2mo-nIternate.
I have found out
10 IBB IS!
HE OHAItGES  MOKE  for his Good*
limn any body elso In the Province.
SO PFOPLE SAY!
But what boats mc Is, how be does the
LARGEST BUSINESS In
AMMUNITION, SHOT,
Pocket Knives, Spectacle*, Cutlery
of all kinds, Fancy Articles, Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, Pipes,
Cigars, Tobacco, and Sundries.
A OALL WILL  CONVINCE  YOU OF
THE SAME.
Everybody sells cliou per thnn his iicIbIi-
bur except
POOR WEBB.
Oome nnd he convinced nt
S. 1 Wei's
Mainland Gun Store,
Or ns it Is culled Tin- llrlilr.it 'Jolmiiblnu
"OLD CURIOSITY SHOP."
New   Westminster,   B.   0.
THE
-ROYAL CITY-
11
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
nv rails, & i
MANUFACTUKEIiS ANP DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
R0U6H AND DRESSED
L2HHR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
SAUDI  BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
i'   Brackets,
Railings.
Balusters,
Newels,
Plain it fancy ti all Kinds or
TURNED    WORK.
NOTICE
IS HERKHY G1VKN Hint uppllentlon
will ho modototlto Doglilnllvo Anam*
feiyof tho Province »f Britisli Coluinliln,
nt'llie next kcsnIoii tln-reof, for nn Actio
Hwopporatfl n nimpuny for thfl purpose of
constructing* managing-nitd ninlninlniiiR
With'*- Work* nl thetoi-miniil point of tlm
ruiiiullnn I'nclllc llnllwny mi Conl 'Inrhor
nml English Hn.v, nntl for (lio purposes
ilicr-'-if iininllii-rliillio snid t'timpnny the
privilege of taking wnter from I'nnHoin
Crock, Humility Luke nr othor suilnlilo
points,titll pnwor to lhe snltl etimpnuy
io tint Id lluiiies. nqiiPdncls, Iny pipes, '-reot
diims,uot|iilri' lnnds, nnd diuill other ncli-
nnd Ihings ncrossury for llic purposcs
ii'oi'CKiild,
NW'UTS A TAYt-Olt.
HollcltorsforAppllcnnts.
I)nlrd Ncpltimbor:«illi, 1888. 8OC0W
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, whicli has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in Uritish Columbia The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. Thc Bar
is entirely detatcbed from the main
building.
First-class stabling nud feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jySStc Proprietor.
got §iilc or -o Sent.
FOR   SALE.
ONK-MAW INTKJil'-TIN (In- I.AMJ-
IcyHnw -ind I'ltinli.j- Mill; mill tn
(tood onler. For put'th-nliii-i* upply on Hit?
promises io ll.WKKT,
Or, MOHsis. DHAKK.JACKHON.
u]>18(o A IIKLMCKEN, VlctorlO.
Ar.r.'J'HKMATKttlALANnMAr-HIN-*
cry iicct'HKitry for lhe iiiiinufncluit- of
Hotin Wntcr, logellier wllh Ihe
<'<'M-1-Yill <»r nn KKlnldlNlie'I KuNim>NK.
Will he wold ntdgreatshorlflco,
FARM FOR SALE.
AIIIIIJ'I' Jl MIIjKR KI10M lllll. 1,1-
wlnrck l.nrirllrrir: rrriiihtlns ITU iiinos;
aliririt III nr-rps rtlrrlirr i-lilllviillrnr; Willi
llniiM'. Iliini nml iliclnrril. Tirrlirs easy.
Apply t., JAMKK 1I1INIIAS,
Chilliwhack,
Or lo WOOIIH,'1'IJI1N|.JIU' IJAMI1I.K,
n|i8lc New \V«Htmlii8l«r.
KEOISTEnED
Poland Cliiu and Wire Swine,
COIiHE (Shcp-iord) 1I0I1S,
—AK1>—
FANCY POULTRY
Imported, Bred, nnd For Snle, hy
C. P. STONE,
Jy221c Soiilllc, Wii-th. Ter.
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
Booksellers, Stationers,
AND GKNERAI, PKALKItS IK THE
mnny varieties ot sto-dc Indirectly
connected with tho nhovc.
Hnving studied thc hest innrketsfor Uio
piist quarter ot a century, economy In
purchasing hns heen attained by Importing in quantities direct from the publishers nnd manufacturer):, nml no pains In
spared to keep a full nnd well-selected
slock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
US-Tlie following New Books Just received: Cnnailliiii Pictures. liy Mnrqnlt
of Lome) Trciitnry or Stm-ii draw's I n>
rivalled Frnnlly Alias. ocftlto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonlnl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on Irani!, anil supplied to Fain-
Hies, ltestanmirts, and Stcimlionts at thc
LOWEST POSSIBLE PIIIOKS.
Cor. Columbia ts Begbie Sin.,
New Westminster, B. C
THE LABCEST STOCK ON THE MAI   AND OF
IRON, STEEL,
HORSE AND  OX-SHOES,
Axles,  Springs   ami Cnrrlnge
Hnrdwnrp,
CUMBERLAND COAL, ETC.
A hit OF THR AnoVK I OFFER AT
lowest ensh prices, HiivIhr ciiliireed
tin- luisltii'ss nnd jMMfiui'il Hie Intent lm-
■imvoil tools in use, I nm now nrctuircd to
do nil kindH of Iiliirk-tniiiliint: on Kliorl
notifio. I also keep In sloeii thnfollnwliif;
nrtlolofi llnrrowit. Iron and HtcclHurrnw
Teelli, Hnrrnw Hhif-e*-. Houhleulul Minnie Tree Iroiw, device* nnd Klimkl-'o.
Ox-ynke Mnitlm nnd MIiikh, Null i:i-ik*.
nud Wcrtftr--, mnn, run I Hiinkn, l»o|
mid rhnln Hnokn- Ilny HnoltH. etc.
Wtiuoii, I'nrrlinte mid Hiikp> HnklnR a
sjieclnlty.
I'lirlli's de»lrliiK to innvlinm- wilt do well
' >glvo meu cnll before polng olsewhoi-e
JOHN RKin, Fiiretnim
-Imhie w, n. lrwiK, rroprlelor.
CAMPBELL & LEMON,
KAtfl.K PARH.
NOTIOE IR HEREBY GIVEN THAT
lH'oeeetlti)'*'! nre now itcintlnK In (lie
SU|irenie Court for Hie ill*-* ilmi of (lie
nbovo drio nnd Mini neilbei- imilner In
now nuthorl*-c<l tb ploilgq uieeicillt of or
nuroliMO kooiIh in tlie iintno of ihe llrm,
]ly toiler. II. E, f.EMdN.
TOJ[iE^,.
fPHK SHOPAMDDWEUJNO ON THE
I. eornerof Uoliinibiii nml (,'hiueli Httt.,
New Wesliiilnsler, lately occupied by Wm.
I'lMin, Km*. Tbe shop Is well slliuiled mid
very suitable for a lneiehniit tnllor or n
mil liner estnblisiiinent, with u good dwcl*
linj-oveiliend. Wait*!' mid other conveniences attached.
For leriiif, Ac, apply pernoimlly or by
lotter to HAND BUUR., or to
JAME8 TrjHKnui.I..
New Westminster, Aug. 21, ifigS,
 uuaitc
FOR  SALE.
A FARM OF 860 ACRES; IK in eiiltlvn-
Hon; ir*0 prairie; the hiilniico brush.
lliu bearing fruit trees nntl garden with a
variety of berry vinos Crop and stock
goes with tlie plaee. 125 tons timothy
hny, about f- Ions applet-; 0 acres In wheat,
(l in potatoes, 1% in turn Iuh anil cnbbnge;
1 pair horses wagon and harness; mowing machine, rake, horse-fork, hay-press,
;i plows and harrow, (I cows mid calves, 1
hull, 80 hogs, 20(1 chickens.
I will sell this properly cheap ns I wish
lo raise money to go into ounHz mining.
Call and see the place, 0 miles above the
mission, Nicomin slough. Railroad runs
through the property.
nul2tc • H. F, BALER.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landing,B.C.
RARE BUSINESS CHANCE
FOR SALE.
THE STOCK, FIXTURES ANP GOOD
will of lhat well known
BOOT, SHOE
VARIETY STORE
Next tbe Holbrook House,
Front Street.
ns.Eugnged hi other liuslncss and must
sell. aufitc
Girl Wanted.
WANTED, A GI1U, WHO   t'NriEll-
rrlrmrlh "".--". r rlougewot.i:>
A JM. n. UOllSON,
scute Uoyal Aveimcy
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to the J^x-
Ivlallve Assembly of Htitlsh Columblu, nt
ils next session, for an actio amend the
net iiu'i-i'i-ornllm- the New West ml niter
and I'ort Moody Telephone Co.. i Limited),
sons to authorize tbo said Compnny to
e.Mentl Ils llnesof tclephoiii-n-oin the HIv
of Xew WestmltiKlertofininvllle. H'lmtrtl
Inlet,antl Ibeitee to Mnodyvlllc,Ilnsritigs,
anil other places on or In Iho vtcti'ivof
llumtidlulol,
J. a ARMSTRONG, President.
UL DOANE,8eo.*Tron8.
New Westminster, Sept. s, is*'-, cscai:'
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN -fcDEAU-slUN
Fruit nnd Oninimn x\ Trees,
Ladner's Landing B, O.
rpiIE SURSCRIRKR WISHES TO I\-
I form the people of British Coiumbin
tnnt he has established a Nnrsery -.1 Ladner's 1-aiitllng, nntl is propiirctl to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, On uiuemai
Tri'i-s, shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac, Trees imporied or home grown according to llic wishes of customers, The
siihscrlber has had a thorough practical
training in tlie huslness, and huving n
iierinanent stake In the country II In Ids
Interest lodeui fairly with (lie public He
will wall upon the various townsand Bet-
llements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal atlenllon,
iilil2te K. HUTCHERSON.
OHFW
JACKSON'S
Navy Tobacco.
Wo enll ihe attention of consumers to
theNlipcrEoreliewiugqunllMcRof thlxmost
excellent Tobacco. Samples wlllhexcnl
frechy applying lo L. A K. WKKTIIKIM>
Kit, .IHO nml im Front sm<el,snii Frtin*
riant, Cnl-, Bolo Agents for I'nelllc Const,
The goods are for sale by all lite pilnel-
pnl jobber's In British Columbia.
Jjyiy
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
UNION INDIA RUBBER GO'S
rUKEOUM
Crack Proof
RUBBER BOOTS.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Bo sure Dial Ilie Boots are Mumped on
the heels "Union India Rubber Co. ("ruck
Proof-" nnd have lhe Pure Ohio springs
on thofo-il antl and Instep, which prevent
their cracking, noil makes them lhe most
durable Rubber Root inntle.
TRY OUR
"GOLD SEAL"
STOUT'S PATENT
ruiiE oum
RUBBER BOOTS.
Mn.if oxprossty for M Intuit. I'IkIiIiiimuiiI
iv one wlsl' ....
Boot,
liny ullPWlslilllKlrvi'1'.v silOllKII'HlOilrnlilc
KOII SALE HY Al.l, llEAl.ElW.
AI.I.KINllSlinilll'JUlll'Jl.TIMI.l'AIJK.
INII.IIIISK, KI'IIIMIH, ri.OTlllNO,
IIOOU'S, BIIOEM, Etc.
GOODYEAR h.UBBER CO.
ir-aiilm Snn l*rtineisco. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice James C. Prevoat
0. & St. A John Sprott
Horses G. A. Cuughell
New Goods JameB Wine
Excursion.., Ladner's Landing
Appointments Prov. Sec.
Money. \V. Norman Bolo
lht giritish Columbian.
* a I unlay Morn Inn, Oct. I». ish.-,.
The River Month.
Kentucky hns a law which is said
to prevent vory effectively tlie vice
of betting. It provides that any
person losing u bet may recover it
by process of law any time within
six months: but if action is not
taken within six months, any third
party may bring suit against tlie
person winning the bet for three
times the amount. A case is now
pending in tlie courts where a third
party has entered action to recover
$1500 on account of a 8500 bet.
Under sucli a law betting is extremely hazardous.
Thore is another serious split in
the camp of tho Irish patriots which
seems likely to embarrass tho party
considerably during the approaching
elections. The rebellion is directed
particularly against tlie authority
of Parnell, who lias lately been
assuming the airs and grasping for
the power of an autocrat. It has
always been doubted whether Parnell is entitled to any sympathy
whatever. Tlie struggle for freedom in which he assumes to be engaged may lie a struggle for notoriety, power and wealth, and the
proposal to raise a fund sufficient to
subsidize every Irish member who
will go into tbe ring is sure to bring
out "patriots" in abundance.
Geological researches in the Canadian Northwest have brought to
light the fact that in theso prairie
regions we have an immense wealth
of coal.    Mr. Dawson estimates the
coal deposits at -109,000,000 tons,
and the chemical analysis shows the
quality to be excellent.   The area
covered is 27,000 square miles, and
of tbo region Mr. Dawson says in
liis report: "In the urea included
in tlie present report  nothing
more remarkable than the universal
distribution   and   vast   aggregate
quantity of fuels available for economic purposes.   The Belly Kiver
scries, the Pierre and the Laramie
formations, all contain fuels of a
workable character, and it may be
stated, without exaggeration, that
practically the whole of the area
which in a   preceding chapter is
designated as 'tho plains' is, so far
as can be ascertained from natural
exposures,   continuously underlain
by coals and lignites, while considerable tracts aro underlain by two
or three successive fuel-bearing hori-
No More War!
Lust   month   a  resolution  was
adopted  by the Arbitration League
of Washington declaring that it is
expedient to have a congressional
committee   appointed representing
every state in tho union to make a
complete canvass of the U. S. son-
ate for the purposo of ascertaining
whether a bill could not be passed
in favor of a treaty between the
United States and Great Britain
requiring all international controversies between theso two nations to bo
settled  by arbitration.    Tho object
sought to be accomplished by this
league is one that must commend
itself to the sympathy of every patriot.   It must be obvious that it is
possiblo to settle all international
disputes by arbitration, and no one
can doubt that this mode of settlement would not only obviate all tho
horrors of war, but save hundreds
of millions incurred overy year for
war purposes.    It is estimated that
the   public   debts   of  all   nations
amount   to over 827,000,000,000,
and   about  00 per cent,, or 810,-
000,000,000, of it has boen incurred
for war.    When tho Geneva arbitrators awarded §15,000,000 damages for the Alabama's depredations
thore was ft great deal of dissatisfaction throughout Great Britain,
but if Great Britain and tho Unitotl
States had gone to war over the
Alabama* claims, how much would
the fight have cost each of tlicm 1
Not long ago Great-Britain borrowed
855,000,000 as n preliminary step
when war seemed likely : what she
would have had to borrow if war
had  actually taken  place it is impossible to conjecture,    Lot Great
Uiitiiiii and the United States enter
into a treaty binding themselves to
Bottle all international disputes by
arbitration, and to use their influence overywhero   to  promote the
settlement of misunderstandings by
peaceful means, and it would not bo
long  boforo   many other   nations
would bo found following their example.   We hope the schemes of
the Arbitration fatigue will be completely successful.
We hope   the people of   New
Westminster and tbe mainland generally will not lose sight of the importance of improving the entrance
to Fraser Kiver.   No mainlauder
can be disinterested in this matter.
Since the  first settlement of   the
colony the Fraser has been the great
highway of   communication   with
the   interior.     Various   attempts
were made years ago by tho people
of Victoria to find  an avenue of
commerce through   which Cariboo
could  be reached without touching
New    Westminster.    Bute   Inlet,
Bentinck Arm, and   other routes
were tried in vain, and abandoned
after the loss of many lives and a
great waste of money.    So hostile
were the people of Victoria at that
time to the growing city of New
Westminster that if it had  been
possiblo to find a feasible route to
tbo interior other than by tbe river,
they  would have   found   it.    But
there is no such route, and whatever changes have taken place, the
Fraser has remained  the great artery of communication.   Very soon
the railway will   be iu operation,
and doubtless tbe conditions of trade
will bo affected  to ft considerable
extent by this new competitor.   Instead of coming by way of Victoria
and up tlie river, both passengers
and freight will come down the rivor
and those which go to Victoria will
have to pass this city.   The old arrangement will lie reversed.   One
of the results of the railway will be
the creation of another city on the
inlet.   It is not possiblo now
determine  whother that   city
ever grow as large as London, but
one nifty without risk assume tliat
it will become a place of great importance.   It becomes our first duty
to see that every legitimate means
is used to prevent the trade of this
city drifting into other channels.
Thero ought to be no difficulty in
that.   We shall be served as well
by the railway as any place on Burrard Inlet,  and  we  have a very
great   advantage   over (toy other
place because of tho river.    But we
must not rest indifferently with the I
natural   advantages    we   possess.
There never was a period in our |
history when tho need of energetic,
enterprising effort was greater than
now.      If   the   mouth   of   Fraser
River were made deop enough to
admit ocean steamers and ships at
all stages of thc tide, as it easily
can be, the commercial position of
this city would be greatly improved,
and it would bo the most desirable
placo in British Columbia for commerce and   manufactories.     Ships
always prefer a fresh water harbor,
aud with a very moderate expenditure  the entrance to this river
could be made equal to tho entrance
to   Burrard   Inlet     Not only do
vessels seek for fresh water, but
fresh water is necessary to successful manufacturing of any description.    In the matter of   wharves
wo bave a great advantage over the
inlet.    Here wharves cau be constructed very cheaply, and will last
for twenty years.      At the inlet
wooden wharves livo only from two
to fivo years, and wharves built of
stone or iron would be enormously
expensive.     Let us not neglect to
impress upon the federal govern
ment the great need of improvements at the river mouth, so that
vessels of all classes may be able to
come direct to this city  without
depending   upon   favorable   tides.
The river is far too valuable to be
abandoned even foi t. railway, and
the cost of making it perfectly easy
of entrance would bo nothing in
comparison with the benefits tha
would follow.
MONEY
TO LENDs
$5,000,
• $10,000,
$15,000,
$20,000,
AT MODERATE RATES BF INTEREST
W. NORMAN BOLE,
OL'lOml        BARRISTER, Now Wost
NOTICE
TEIE-TIDEI-iS
WILL BE RECEIVED UY THE UN-
dorelKiiod tor tlio pm-oliiisp of the
STEAMER   "DAISY,"
Up m Norm ul Iho ,tiNi Pnybr Oelobor,
Install!, siiliJi'cL to her Linus nnd Engagements.  Kpglsjflrocl Tpnniigo- W tons,
Further part Iculm-s ean be hadoiiuppli-
oatloti.
■■"■"'" *'"""-.IAMES 0. PREVOST,
Receiver Bstnto It. If. I'hleoek.
Uated Ot'ioheidtii, im. ociota
IBflwns! Bursas!
notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt tt Is
iny Intention to apply to tlio Chief
Commissioner ut Lands and Works to
have a Pnlille Highway c-nzi'ltcil.n.s follows: Cdmmonolug urn point at or near
the MoodyvllIts Sawmill,on l-ot 278, Groiip
I, New Westminster lUstrlct, thenee Ina
WL-sirrtv tlireetltm to (lie Indian ROSOI'VO,
mlJolnlliB Lol 271, Oroup I. In said District.
oc3 B, MoPHAIDEN.
M,!
issES. Mcelroy a vita uknky
wish lo Inform the Ladles pf New
Wesliiilnsler Hint they hnve opened a
Dress-Making Establishment
--AT--
TKAl'I* IIKO'H KTOKK, t'OLUHMA ST.
Where lhey will he prepared to execute
nny ordors eiitrasled to thorn In the Ittlesl
styles nnd with nil possible despatch.
New Westminster, Oct, Oth, 1885.   oo7lc
BALL'S
HEALTH :* PRESERVING
CORSETS
in m mv.
lIIR SUHSCRII1ER HAS ON HANI) A
Inrgo quantity of
SIXTY HEAD
r EAVK HOPE THIS MORNING, Oct.
lj "th, which the iindorfllgriotl
WIU Sell at Keasounblc Prices.
To those who i
s it t nvorablQ opp
tlhei-a to piin-hns
I will •
ley nnd i
in due ■•<
ocl Dl c
Q. A. CAUCillELL.
EXCURSION
-AND-
ENTERTAINMENT
milERK WILL BE AN EXCURSION
J.   from New Westminster to
Ladner's Landing,
AND A
SOIREE ami ENTERTAINMENT
Ju tire new Town Hull, inr
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21.
The Steamer Adelaide will leave New
Westminster nl 7 p.m., .sharp, return liifl
nftiTthoenterdilmneiil. Tiekcls for round
trip nua intertalnmonl,75(-ts. ench, may
bi' had nt T. Tl. IV-irson A Co".-*. Teasels,
extra.  Curtain will rise about S:.'1U.
Afli-sl-elnsscntcrtmnmcnfivill ho given.
oclOtd
 --il	
OFFERS I'OR SALE
NEV'.' AKD SEASONABLE
ODS
T
BEST WELLIX6T0X LLMP COAL
And nu assortment nf
CORD WOOD,
Whieh ho will soli at lowest rates.    He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Ordors left nt Mr. McColl'a store on Coiumbin street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meet, wllh prompt attontlon.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New "Westminster, Sopt. 80' 1S85.
SQseOm       ________
OR T0LEA8E.
ONE FARM Oii' ito ACRES, 12 ncres
under cultivation, nhout HI aores of
hiilniico bush prnirie, easily eleured, with
dwelling Iioubo, outbuildings amt small
orchard.  Also,
FARM OF CO AORES close to Chllli-
wlinck Landing, with'small house, gootl
bani and other buildings; nhout :W ucres
uiMli'r cultivation,
Itolh places nre veil wniered.
If leased) one-half lhe rent would he
inki'tijliv improvements iloneoii the/arms.
A Iso, slock and Implements forsnle with
tho small farm.
For further particulars apply Io
GEO. R. ANmVELL,
7oo2m Chilliwhack Landing.
A. GREGG & SON,
ARTISTIO
JAILORS
for. Douglns and Pandora Sts.
VICTOMA.
EVERY GARMENT FINISHEDIN TIIE
BEST MANNER
FIRST PRIZE
Awarded at Provincial Ex|)lbMbn,1885.
Hired Importer)- nrSiiilhiR-i Irani
Kimipctiii II-irk els.
Slitlsfflntldn guurmitccd, oc7lo
Coal Harbor
ALL WHO WEAR
BALL'S CORSETS
Are Delighted with Them.
RECOMMENDED
HI  TIIK BUST Pill SHI I \S AND. Alt
WHO IITUKIIlli: III IMI
COMFORT.
TRY THI (ICE!
And you will wear uo other.   Full Lines
In Misses', Ladles' Nursing nud
Ladles' Circle Cut
W.R.AUSTIN,
DEAM5R IN
BflBeral Morcbandiso I
A large Assortnientof
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
'     ALWAYS ON HAND,
2Ia3r and'Feed
^VHOLERALB ANO RETAIL.
WOOII ANII (Oil, IMI IHItKir TO
ANV IMKT OF TIIK «'ITV.
I inn two singes dally, except Sundays)
to I'ort Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
As no liquor or tobacco Is used I can by
toniperalo habits and careful  economy
serve tho public nt especially low rates.
spSOtd
flntclieson, Yoiin,
<SC oo.
EIGHT
EXCELLENT REASONS why every Lady
should Wear
FIRST—Thoy need no breaking in.
SECOND-Iuvalids umi wear thom with
ease and comfort, as thoy yield to ovory movement of iho body.
THIRD—They do not compress thc most
vital part of the wearer.
FOURTH-They will lit a greater variety
of forms thnn any other mnke,
FIFTH—Ovflns io thoir peculiar construe*
tisn thoy wfll last twice as long as any
ordinary make.
SIXTH—Thoy have had tho unqualified
endowomciit of every physician who
hus examined thom,
SKVENTH-They have given satisfaction
to all ladles who have worn them, the
common remark being,''We will novor
wear any other mako."
EIGHTH—Thoy aro tho only corset that a
iiiannfacturer has over dared toguar-
nnteo sallsfnctory In every resiiect to
tho wearer, or the money refunded
uftcrthree weeks' wear.
ARRIVING RY BVBBTi STJ5AMEB*
FOR SALE
__-l_7Z*       lLotsintheSubdivis*
Jackets.Ulsters, Mantles(&D;   ion °f Lot 301*
A fino Assortment 0/ Wl VU]J  X.
URESS GOODS:
VELVETEENS),    SAT.-JJ,    SILKS,
H.AIDS, ■•XANXEDS, ,v .
A nice Assorlmentof Qencrfll
DRY GOODS:
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES.
A complete Slock o
GROCERIES ft PROVISIONS
Constantly on Hnnd.
Now and Fashtiiiialile milium now
arriving.   lircsHitiakliii; nml .llilllnery
done on ihr pmiilM-i,
uar tlay. Grain, ahd Farm Produce purchased ni thi< hlirhesl inurl.ot rates. Jiut-
ut ILtrrels ami Regs oonstuutlyon hnnd.
JAMES WISE,
Froul Slreel, New Westiniuster.
Xew West., Ocl. D, 1SS5, oelflle
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AOKNT,
TERMS EASY.
I'-iIuihlila Hired,
n.vniAi. SKCHBTAitva Offick
His HONOR the I.icuKiitint-Uovernor
Iuh been plaasdl to tuokoth'ofollowing app'ilnttni-nts:
October Oth, l$65.
(\. nrgo Howison, Hoptor Fcraiimii- wvi
.Toh" T.alty,r.8nnli'(s, ni Mit-ile llldgc, to
„ti =llc.esoi  llic iv- "e.tirlhcElecloriil
Ojo'i'iH , i MuW'WVviiinnstcr.'        oclllll
A1IIIS1NESS MEETINQfof the Hot'lety
will be in-Ill In lb" CITY HOTEL on
TllOHltl]'  riiilllig, '.'Till October.    Mom-
bors nro earnestly rei-uestcd (oaiicuit.
JOHN SPROTT.
ot'lUtd .     fSt'iTi-tiiry.
photographic     panoramic
;tsh Coiumbin
let at T, E. Pennon k Go.'h,
Beautiful    ....
views In British Columbia, 75 eta. per
■  ■Ml      ■     ■***■*.    VOROtHblG
HALLS hair
RENEWER.
Tlio great popularity of tlito nrcpnnilfon,
after ita test of many years, should he an
ji-hi mure, even io tlio most skeptical, llmt
il is millv nierilorioiiji, Those who lmvo
iwctl IhMi.'a miu Hi-:ni:wbu know tlint
ll does all (hnl is rlidnicd.
Jt f'uisi'*, pew growth of hntr on biiM
hauls—provided the hnlr follicle; tiro pot
dcitd, wliich Ih seldom tho cuse; res-tores
natural color to gray or faded hnir; pre-
dorvea the scalp healthful und clear of
(Imitlriiff j prevents tho hair fulling off or
chunking color; keeps It, soft, pliant, Ins-
tnniu, nnd causes ft to grow long ami
thick.
Hall's Hair RENEWER produces its
ellccts by tho healthful influence of Its
vegetable Ingredients, which invigorate
and rejuvenate, It is not a dye, mid (s
a tlelijfhtfnl nrllelo for toilet use. Con-
Wining no alcohol, it doc-H not ovhp-
oriito quickly mul dry up llic natural oil,
limving the hnlr hundi ami brittle, tis do
other preparations.
Buckingham's Dye
run THE
WHISKERS
Colors (hem brown or hloek, as desired,
and is the best dye ..because it is harmless;
produces n permanent natural color; mid,
being a single preparation, is moro convenient of application than nny other.
mur-AnHD iit
It. P. HALL & CO., Nut-hint, N. II.
Sold by all Dealers lu Medlclnei.
isrorrxcE.
NOTICE.
to wkarFbuilders.
SKAIjED TENDERS Will he received hy
the' Honorable tho flhlof  Commit)*
Hlonor of l'innis and Works, ni> to noon of
MONDAY, 12111 OCTOHKIt,
KOII THE
CONSTRUCTION OF A WHARF
At Miner's May, .Miiycclslaiul.
Plans and snoel ileal Ions enn hewn and
forms for tender obtallied ntthc Qoveiu-
luent Olliee, New Won!minuter*
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
ncco'itcd.
Vf, i*. QOKE,
Surveyor-Cieiiertil.
Lands nnd Works Department,
Victoriu, IJ. C'„ -iitli 8e]>tcmber, 188.'*.
oc.lltl
Mlssefi, 91.00; Ladles, stylo 11, SLoO; II. V.
SlJ.i; NursIn^iO-i. Hateeii,g;l.50; Hat
In, j^!.*-ii.   My mail,2,1 cts,'extra.1
ADDRESS!
The White House,
llntclirsoii, Young ts Co.
iiuiHic vicroniA, n. c
Ihepioneer'
F. CRAKE,
JEWELER,
0{)|H)siti; Uio Colonial Hotel.
Formerly mnnnger of tho Watch Depnrt-
inontof SavasoA Lyman, Montreal.
TT AVING SEVERED MY CONNEC-
■**■■*- nection with iir. McNaughton, I
am prepared to
DO ALL KINDS OF
And JEWE1KY.
CHAI10E8 BEASQKAIiLBi       auSlo
MI HI!
— IHK—
DRYGOODS
EMPORIUM,
Columbia St.
NEW WESTMINSTER
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK
OF AH, KINDS OP
Dry Goods,
Millinery, „„<-
Fancy Ooods
Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Gloves, Etc.
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTUIlEns AND DKAI.EIIH IN
Alir, KINDS OF FUHNITUUK;
REMOVED
ttf-To Hlio)) Intel y occupied by Mr. Dnrcy,
Columblu Struct.
Call nnd examine our .stoek 'uml prices
beforo bilyln<f.   Wc can't bo IJKDKKHOI.il
lnttioclty.   IlcimlrJnajorull klndH neatly
ilono. w. MtOTIIEUO A CO.
soldto
IFA8HIONABI.E
First-Glass Goods!
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
rreJatc W. BAK, niiliimrr,
&
Mg.'S Day M
FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES.
Columbia St., mm West., B. a
LADY PHINCIPAI,:
MHH IIAIVSOX
VICE-PniNC;i'AL:
mz» iinuiitiM inMsov.
THIS SCHOOL Witt OPEN for Clilltl*
1*011 »f Ull (U'llOlllllllllloilS 011 llio IhI of
Hi.'l>t ember, 1S8-7,
Taltlon **eeit, iier iiichhiiii (iiti-able In
mlvuiifff), roriin-.Fnplhi
Elemoiititry CIiish (Eng. Sul-joott-) \2 SO
Advanced ClaBses.    "        «' ,., ,•■
French and Latin... 2
Oermun -■
Musto LoBnons (Plflnbrorto) , 8
_ " "       (Elciiientiiry) 2 r-0
Drawing A Painting In wotor (lolora... 2 bo
Plain Sowing nnd Fancy Work     60
•M-Foriiiosiiortiif-.torniKand full iiarll-
oulnra^regarding bonrdera, apiiiy to th*
Latly Principal. aul2tc
-AND-
REDUCTION
PRICES!
Scotch, Knglish and American Clothing of the best ami very Intent
styles, rctluccd 'SO per cent.
American and Canadian White ami
Caiiilii-ir Shirts, rcdlleetl.. IiO per cent,
American and Knglisli Hats, rcdnced
 Sj per cent.
Canadian 'lVeeiJn and Flftlinols, re-
,,1 .dncett , 25per cent.
Fancy Hoods reduced 40 per cent.
These Goods
MUST BE SOLD,
As I intend keeping nothing but a well*
selected Stock of [loots and Shoes.
IMPORTERS	
SHffPM&COMMM
MERCHANTS,
FB0ST ST., • NEW WETTHINMTKR
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Superfine md Graliim
PLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
mm mm.m.. ma-9
OIL OAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
ooe:, MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT,  COFFEE
AND SPICES.
JI,
DJSAMli IN
ud 100111
-AND-
Dry Goods.
Groceries and Fruit
A fSl'MCIALITV.
NOTICK IS HEHEHY OIVEN THAT
In i;umpl[mirc wllh Hiylinii 4, 'J'linlif-r
i apply to lite
* \ nml Vfpr'-
awny fli
Ucc.'ii:<t'tu -nl nmlrarryiiwaytitiilifi- 'mm
the  fiilliiv-lnglflPM-rllioil ('rown   I If,
stoked off liy mo nrovlouato Ihodfllooi
tliis nppllotilion.
Conimaiicing nt n shUto mi tlio oo#t
Ixiiliiiliiry   liiH-nf   ]...i   f,,;ir Iiitntlr<'<l anil
ulghl.v-rils IHIJ.Umiii. nnmh.New Wwl-
nisii-it't,
in
thonco woBtlofh
Hlver; Ibenee-tn
the north htHiiit
Group I; mul He
eiinl litiuntliiiy II
tif comihoncorrte....
PHIL MoMAIION
New Wt'filiniiisli'r. 2ml tit-l.. 1855.
,'loclin
cfsald
0/ .srpiiimhh
iigsiildiirin to
r sold i.ut m.
Mm* ii-'filt ami
otto tln> point
IN PRICES
THE BOOK!
Greatest MlM-ar- I'rotluclloit
of the Age.-
REVISED VERSION
-OF-
THE BIBLE
COMPLETE.
Old unil Nov Testament in one
Volume.
T. R. Pearson & Co.
COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
seOOto
WATCHES
Walnut Clocks,
Jewelry, Spectacles,
STORE,
Granville, B. I.
ROYAL CITY
Boot anile Store
Opposite Ewon's Ctinnory..
Mrs. Ijnuiii fjolilt Proprietress.
Agents for Pacific Coast Staamsliip Co.
and lleacoii Light Oil Co., Cleveland,
Ohio.
(jftOtc)
! motif!
A full supply of Coal,
Dry Alder and Fir
Kept constantly on tin nil,
TRUCKING & TEAMING
Or nil klndH promptly attondnil lo
nt lowest prices.'
Saddle Horses and Buggies
Tor Hire.
Ordpra may bo left, at my alore, corner
Coluniblaamt Blfluklo Streets, New Westminster.    .,,.    . SfiHOto
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Musical Instruments,
Newspapers,
Toys, &c.
It will he. the aim of the manager of
the I'ionccr Hook and Stationery Store
to conduct business upon such principles
as will avctire and retain tlio confidence
and patronage of the people of
IIiiiTtirtl Inlet.
D. S. CURTIS.
S. GURKE, M.D.
\Vj> -From the lst lo thc I.llli of
of October a discount or 20
per cent, will be allowed on
the above lines.
Wf lmvo tlm Inruorrt mill I,pbI risHortiril
Htoclc on tlm Mfilnliiiiil.
TIiIh will lio 11 rnro irlmnco tor fiirmcrH
iiml iitlicm iilt.'inlliiK tlio Ariili'iillnrn!
Exhibition,  FloiiM full to givo UN ir on!],
G. M. McNaughten,
coLONur, hlock,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
MOOtO
• Ua
IDealers ixi
DRUGS
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Canes of American
FELT    HATS
Alao, a fnll line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
—HE NOW HAM	
The Best Assortment In the above
tine ever exhibited In New
Westminster,
XjA-T3SST  ST-Tr-LiES
At Lowcsl rrrssflrlo Prlcon for IJnrrli.
Cnll Enrty nud  Mnke Yonr Srlecllpn,
CotiiMiis Stiiei Opp. Hm of B. 0.
I
■"•M
Articles not in stuck will lie procured
witli the utmost despatch. '
I'rieiiH will be found an low as anywhere clue in the Province.
New-papers nnd IVrlodlrnlN sup*
piled promptly.
FIRE AND UH INS0KAN0E
In Fii-Ht'ClasB Companies.
If you want anything in tho nbove
lines, call nt or address the Pioneer (took
and .Stationery Store,
JAS. HALL.
MANAGER,
<ir»nvllla, Durrani Inbt.      »uS2to
CHEMICALS
, WholoKiilf mitlltfttill.
PRESCRIPTIONS
DISPENSED
Next lo colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B. 0.
nii?'lo
VTO PljIIHON Wlt.l, IIHIIHAKTKIt UK
_ti nrlirllllr-rl tf, Ih,' Klrrh llnlpllory wltll-
olltn liorlillt fi-rirn lire liir.|i(.r.|ornf Flrrhor-
Ion or tho Kitpoi'lntonilonl nf tlir- Hnli'liory.
(1KO. 1'ITTKNDRiaH,
joolm Innpootor.
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMPORTER. ANP DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The French Lenoir, Uootlyear, Pinkerton, Cochrane, Cnsslts Si Co.,
Amies lloldcn una Sinter
Hoots unil Shoes.
LADIES ANI) OENW.EMBN ARE RE-
.sjior-tfrilly invlloil to cull nml oxnm-
llio llio Htook.
I lmvo nlso on liirnd llio
Kl 111! ll-< AV.UMI.V I.IJA1IIIJII «nrn.
TI11IIT KMJIJ IIIMIT.
Wliloh now tnkon till! plnco ot Bum boots.
Jy29lo
Importer nud Dottier in
Family Groceries
—AND	
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deano'. liriolt Block,
NEW WKSTM1NSTKB, B. 0.
mhl
IMPORTANT NOTICE
111
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A I.AltOK
ASSORTMENT Of
Buns and Rifles I
Of Every tlcHcrlpfluii,
fflioro -'nny olio onu chonst- whnt. liu ro
Unites at 1-MfiEH WinOITTHKYlIAV-E
NEV13H I1I3F011K flKKN OFf'1-.ltKD AT.
II will liny In look nt I hem hvTore hny,
tux t'lwvlieri'.
A FUMj STOOK OV
AMMUNITION
Of tlio Im'sI,qunlity, ti«liiwns ll cun
pOHsIlily bi'i-tiltl.
Tobacco.
Cigars, Pipes*
AND
General Merchandise
IIlKherrl i'iikIi prloo)inlrl for nil I; I ml.
Ol FURS.
A. GUTMANN,   .
uraie ovpiialie < .lonlnl Htle ADVERTISING RATES;
Tri mule nt Advertisements*-FItfli Inscr-
t Inn, 8 els, per Hue; subsequent Insertions,
'2 etSi ]ier If no,
Itegulur Commercial and Business Ad*
vt-rllseinenls-l column, $13 pel tnniith;
lA col., ¥7 per mouth; M col.,W per montli:
2 inches, S*2 per month; 1 Inch, J1.B0 per
month. These rates to bo churned on
Htiiuiling advcrtlBerneutH which remain
uver it months, ir for ii lent- period tho
ratios will he: l col.. 815per montli; i-a col.,
SO: X cnl., 8.1; 2 Inches, SI; 1 Inch, 8*2.
Hpeelnls, iiinong rending innltiT-Kn<-h
Insertion,20cIh. perllne,
Births, Mnrrlages and Deaths, 81 each.
Funeral notices accompanying denth notice, isO ets, cxtrn.
ustau transient advertisements will be
words to the line. Display Hues must he
allowed for In mnking estimates. No advert Imc in cut Inserted for less than $1.00.
Wxt jBritwh dtotembwn.
Snlurdny Morning, Ocl. 10, 1885.   t
Mr. Hole advertises a largo ninouiit
of money to lend.
Tenders are naked for tho purchase
of tho str. Daisy.   See adv.
Thero has been nn business whatever
in the police court this week.
Mrs. Hampson, the evangelist, is
drawing crowded houses in Victoria.
A great ninny discharged railway
navvies come down by overy steamer.
It is now estimated that 600 villages
were destroyed by the terrible cyclone
in India.
The Btr. YoBemite arrived from Victorin yesterday afternoon exactly at 3
o'olock.
New Fall Dress Ooods and Braids to
match, in all the latest shades, at Jas.
KUard k Co's. oolO
Victoria's reception of the governor-
general was enthusiastic, but the decorations were not much.
Divine service wilt be held iu the
Churoh of England, O run villi*, at 7
o'clock to-morrow night.
The str, Kootenai, which recently
ran upon a rock in Oolumbia river, has
resumed her regular trips.
Rev, It. Jamieson, of this eity, will
preach in the Mud Bay Presbyterian
church at 10:30 to-morrow.
Mr. J. S. K. DeKnevett, agent-general for British Columbia in Europe,
arrived by tho Yosemite yeaterday,
Thore is to bo an excursion to Ladner's on the 21st, nud a soiree and entertainment in the new Town Hall.
Two BhipB will shortly leave Viotoria
with Chinamen for tho flowery kingdom. Wc hope there's more to follow.  "
Mr. G. A. Cuughell advertises a lot
of horses for snlo at different points
along the river. For particulars see
adv.
With the exception of a shower on
Thursday night, the weathor has been
bright and beautiful during the whole
week.
Messrs. Geo. Howison, Hector Ferguson and John Laity, uf Maple
Ridge, have been made justices of the
ponco.
Xt seems that Nanaimo is really to
have another newspaper, uud thut the
press ami otlior material havu already
arrived there.
The recommendations of the commission appointed tu onquiro iuto thu
Enterprise-Kit hut collision hnvo been
confirmed at Ottawa.
Wo lmvo beon requested to any that
n sale of magazines and newspapers
will take place nt tho Mechanics' Institute next Tuesday night.
Yestorday afternoon Mr, Webster's
horso ran away with a l>u<-{**, an Oulu-u*
bin st., iinii knocked down all the telephone wires east of Lytton Square.
Just received at James Ellard k Co. 's
a large and select stoek of Men's uml
Boys' Fall Suits and Overcoats, latest
styles; the only new stock iu town.   olO
The str. Reliance will luave this city
at 7 o'clock next Wednesday ovening
for Ladner's Lauding so as to accommodate persons wishing to attend the
ball.
Attention Jb called to the advertisement of Mr, James Wise, which appears in aunt her column. This is ono
of the oldest establishments iu the
city.
It bns been determined to build a
Presbyterian church for tho North
Arm- and Mr. Erriugtoti has very generously given a sito on Sea Island for
that purpose.
It is said that nearly 800 Chinameii,
lately discharged frum tho railway, are
camped near Port Hammond. Thero
ought to bu a constable appointed to
look after these people.
A special meeting uf tho city council
was held ou Wednesday morning when
tbo resolution granting permission tu
dump sods aud routs fmm Mary at.
into the ravine was rescinded.
The population of Toronto is 112,-
000 ami the city is assessed At 972,-
721,559. This is an increase in population of 7524, uud 83,000,000 in tbe
assessed value since lust year.
Thu Board of Directors of the .Royal
Columbian Hospital wish to acknowledge with thanks tho receipt of $38,
proceeds of collections taken fur the
benefit of tho hospital in Holy Trinity
church.
Reports from Similknmeen mines
continue most encouraging, uud several
claims aro yielding very big puy.
Everybody is hopeful, but n large number of the chums are going into the
hands of Chinamen.
It is announced that the first volume
of Gen. Grant's new book will not bo
published until December, and the
second will appenr in March. This
long delay will seriously interfere with
tho sale of tho book.
One of the largest and costliest
building in thc world is now under
construction in tho oity uf Washington,
It is built of granite, for tho uso of the
state, war, and navy departments, and
will cost 910,250,000.
A peculiar virtue in Ayer's Snrsupu-
i ilia is that while It cleanses nud purges
tbe blood from all corruptions and impurities, and thereby roots out disease,
it builds up and invigorates the whole
system, and make one young again
It is snid that great difficulty iB being
experienced in securing autllcieni funds
tu carry tho Riel appeal to tho privy
council. Riol'a friends aro willing
enough to pass warlike resolutions at
public meetings, but they don't pan
out whon cash is asked.
The Victoria rout states that (he
Yalo coroner lias entered actions for
libel 'ngainst Amlruw Rovosbeck, H.
Elliot, F. V. Bossi, and Guy Tut tio,
saloon keepers at Yale, James Stott,
trader of Yale, Frank Grotty, hotel
keeper at Savonas, and Joseph Irwin,
school teacher at Yale.
Many forget thut the hair ami sculp
need cleansing as well ns tho bunds and
feet. Extensive use of Ayer's Hair Vigor
has proven that it is the best cleansing
agent for the hair—that it prevents as
welt as removes duudrufi', cools nnd
sooths tho scalp, and stimulates the hair
to renewed growth and beauty.
All Elegant' Snbslliule    "
For oils, suits, pills and all kinds of bitter, nauseous medicines is the very agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs.
Recommended by leading Physicians.—
Manufactured only bythe California Fig
Syrup Co., Sau Franoisco, Cnl. For sale
by Messrs. D. S. Curtis k Co., Nuw
Westminster. se20m
 *»——	
New Fall Goons.—Call and examine
tho large lot of New Fall Goods just
opened at James Ellard k Co's.     oclO
Count* Coukt.-*-Thero wero 7 cades
disposed of at the county court last
Wednesday, but none of them possess
any public interest. Orders were made
to eomtnit two judgment debtors 25
and 27 days respectively for contempt
of court.
Hou-hbbrkakino,—A few days ago
somo person entered Navvy Jack's
house, at the Narrows, Burrard Inlet,
and stole a gun and somo other articlea.
Navvy Jaok was absent at the time.
Henry Oliver and another man have
boen arrested on suspicion, but wo
have not heard tho result uf the ex*
animation.
Promtuk.—During this woek the
str. Reliance has made three trips to
Chilliwhack, and has brought down
nearly 300 tons of hay and grain from
that settlement and Sumas. Last
week about as much was brought down
by tho same steamer, and the Adelaide
has also had as much as she wanted to
carry. Most of tho hay goes to Victoria and Nanaimo.
The Governor-General's Visit.—
His Worship the Mayor has received
a telegram stating that His Excellency
tho Marquis of Lansdowne will arrive
at this city about noon next Wednesday. The Right Rev. Bishop of New
Westminster has been advised by tele*
graph that, his excellency will accept
his kind invitation and remain at St.
Mary's Mount one night. His excellency will be.received by the corporation and citizens of New Westminster
upun arrival, and it is hoped all citizens will turn out' to the reception.
Wednesday should be proclaimed a
public holiday. We understand that
his excellency and party will leave the
city Thursday morning for the east,
via the 0. P. R.	
More Postal Facilities.—The Victoria Times says that tho mail facilities
at Burrard Inlet aro not at all what
they should be, because mails from
Viotoria do not reach Granville until
a day after thoy arrive at this city.
"Generally," it says, "the mails from
Victoria roach New Westminster about
2 o'clock, and the Granville stage
leaves shortly after." Wo should be
glad to aee improved mail communication everywhere throughout the province, but tho Times docs not statu the
case correctly. The Victoriu mail
scarcely ever reaches Now Westminster
ut 2 o'clock. The Yosemito seldom
arrives beforo 3 o'clock, and when the
Slopo brings tho mails tbey sometimes
do not come till 5. Kef ore arranging
fur an extension of the mail sorvice
there must be some means taken to
secure a more regular and uniform
servico between Victoria and this city.
The mails should never roach this city
later than 3 o'clock.
Important Judgment.— Mr. Justico
McCreight has given judgment in tho
case of McLean vs. Onderdonk, tried
here iu August. Plaintiff claimed
damngus for the loss of cattle killed by
the O.P.R. train on Pitt Meadows.
The claim was resisted on various
grounds, but tho judge decided that
Mr. Onderdonk is liable, notwithstanding tho ruilwny net. This decision will
affect a largo number of similar cases
now ponding. But tbe report uf the
decision, as given in the Victoria papers, ib misleading because it is imperfect; fur although the judge held
lhat Mr. Onderdonk was responsible
for tho killing of McLean's cattle, lie
reached a different conclusion with
respect to tho other two caseE tried at
tho same court. In Morton vb. Onderdonk aud McKoony vs. Onderdonk
the judge has decided that Mr. Onderdonk was uot liable for the loss of
cattlo, aud judgment went against
Morton and McKenny with costs. We
aro given to understand, also, that in
the McLean case an appeal will bo
entered. Upon the whole the result
of these suits seems tu be anything but
satisfactory to the people.
. Tuk Capture ok GuiLnjr.—Tho
Whatcom Reveille gives further particulars of thc capture of Ouildy, the
Ferndale murderer. When fuund he
wna sitting at the root of n tree. One
of tho men shouted to bim, and ho
picked up his Winchester and fired
twice nt tho pursuers. Thoy then shut
him nnd enrried his body to Whatcom.
On and about him tho following articles were found: Ono Winchester rifle,
nearly new, calibre 40; one silver
wateh nnd etiain; one leather pocket-
book, containing 82.70 iu silver coin;
one 2-iiunce vial of. chloroform; 10
grains of morphine; one pocket-knife,
a bunch of mutches, cartridges, etc.
In the inside breast pocket was found
a time-book whioh had been perforated
by ono of tho bullets that entered tho
body. In this time-book was fuund,
written in pencil, the following statement: "I have lived au upright life all
my days ami have given kindness to
everyone. But I havo beon driven to
despair by a succession of injustices
that tins seldom fallen ta the lot of any
oue. 1 spent thirteen years of the best
part of my life to mako a home for
myself, I havo twice been knocked
down by ruffians, I hnve appealed to
courts, but could get no protection.
If I shall be able to kill some of theso
lying brutes tbat havo brought ruin on
mo I Bhall die quite happy. Only
think (hut tu low an Irishman ai that
Murphy could put a'job ou mo and
every one believe it, whioh has been
file cause of all my troubles. My
health hns beon ruined by my troubles.
I nm not able to work and I seo nothing to keep mo from boing a pauper
only self-destruction.—John Gi'ii.nv."
The Port Moodv Address.—The
following is u C'-py of the address presented to the governor-general by the
citizens of Port Muody: "As loyal und
loving subjects of. her majesty, Ihe
people of Port Moody respectfully approach your excellency on the occasion
of your excellency's lirst visit to British
Columbia, to express onr loyalty and
dovotion to her majesty's orown and
government, and our hearty welcome
to your excellency as the representative of our most gracious queen and
head of tho executive of the Dominion.
Iu common with ourbrethern of oust-
erti Canada wo anticipate an increased
development uf our wealth from tho
conueetiun .bouii to be made between
the Atlantic and Paoifio seaboards of
tbe Dominion, the mother oountty
and the orient.   Its isolated position
.up* "to" tire'present has greatly retarded
the material prosperity of this out lying
portion of her majesty's dominions,
and your excellency will not have failed to observe that many of British
Columbia's grent capabilities lie dormant for want of population und
capital; but this, we trust, under
the fostering care of your government
will soon become a thing of tho past,
Our magnificent forests and exhaust-
less fisheries, our boundless mineral
wealth, nnd our glorious natural scenery and peerless climate, will attract
both population and cupital, and give
our commercial interests an impetus
that shall plnco this province in the
foremost rank among the many that
mnke up our wide Dominion. Wo
trust that your excellency's sojourn
amongst us may bo productive of
pleasure to your excellency, und muy
result in lasting benefit to the province
by drawing closer tho bonds thut unite
us to the Dominion and the Empire,
and that your excellency may carry
with you on your eastern journey pleasing recollections of your stay in this
the western province of the Dominion.
—J. T. Scott, Vice-Ohuirman of Citizens' Committe.
Faiiwbll's Welcome,—The following is a copy of the address presented
by the people of Farwell to his excellency the governor-general: "We tho
inhabitants of tho town of Farwell, in
tho district of Kootenay, in tbo proviuce of British Coiumbin, the future
mining metropolis uf this region, humbly tako leave to offer to your excellency a hearty, miner-like welcome on
your arrival at this place. Tho town
has suffered lately fronr a destructive
lire, and wo have hnd but Bliort notice
of your excellency's coining; but nevertheless Wu have done what we could to
ahow the respect which we hnve for
your high office, and for youraolf, by
manifestations of welcome which ure
none tbe loss genuine and true though
simple and suited to our preseut condition. Your -excellency will bo tho
lirst govornor-goneral who traversed
the entire territory of Canada from tho
east to tbe west and it will please us
muoh if ono effect of your excellency's
visit shnll be to help obliterate for tho
future, iu tho east and in the weat, the
uso of tliese terms in uny othor thnn a
merely geographical sense. Among
those who receivo your excellency are
many citizens of the groat neighboring
republic, nnd men of vnrious nationalities, principally mun frum the northwest of Europe, whose energies ure
most welcome in assisting us to develop the resources of our province,
Joined with tho inhabitants also in
this happy duty are many offices and
mon of tho CannJiuu Pncific railway
company, who are empluyo'l in thia
district. We firmly believo that lutt-
withstanding tho unpretentious aur-
roundings that here meet thu eyo at
present, your excellency now stands iu
the centre of what will prove, before
tho end of your excellency's term of
office, to bo the richest district in Can-
ida. Whatever reception your exnol-
jncy may hnvo in oth<u* parts of this
entirely loyal province, we may bo permitted to express a hopo that your excellency will keep a corner -in your
memory for the unostentatious but
hearty welcome which wo now offer to
you, with our sincere wishes that your
trip to tho ooast may bu interesting
and agreeable, and that your excjfllency
may return safely to the seat ol govern inent/^^^^^^^^^^^ I
From Moody vllle*
»«••■■« a " v.tiiinhlnn.'i
On Thursday evening, tlm 1st inst.,
thc Moodyville Bluo Ribbon Club
held a meeting for tho election of
officers for the ensuing term. The
following officers were elected: -Mr. L.
J. Randall, president (vice Mr. Milli-
gan, who was leaving to mnke his
homo in Now Westminster); Mrs.
Smith, vice-president; Mr. McGrath,
seo.; Mrs. McPhniden, treas.; tind a
managing committee. After thu new
president had taken the chair, Miss
Kirkland, on behalf of Lite Club, came
forward and rend the following appropriate address to Mr, MUllgan, recognising hia servico as president uf tho
olub, und presented him with a hand-
aoino gold ring, bearing an engraved
inscription:
Dkab Mr. Millioas.—Wt, the officers and members of tlie Moodyville
Hlue Ribbon Club desire to avail ourselves of this occasion (the eve of your
departure from among us) to express the
pleasure which your long residence in
our midst has afforded ub. We havo rejoiced to recognise your eminent aocial
qualities and to experience the happiness
which has resulted to ub from their exercise. We recall with feelings of unfeigned gratification your association
with us in the great and good work wo
sre banded together te promote, as also
the ability with which you have presided at our sessions, and the extent to
which you have contributed to make our
publio meetings occasions of entertainment and profit. And while it cannot
be other than a source of keen regret to
us that your home is no longer to bo iu
our midst, and that the privileges of
brotherly association and intercourse
which we have so much enjoyed in the
past nre henceforth to be denied us, it
shall nevertheless be a mntter of consolation to us to reflect thnt it will be
your highest pleasure to prove helpful ia
evory good work, iu whatever community your tot may iu the futuro be cast.
As a slight expression of our esteem and
regard, and as a memento of our past
associations and a significant symbol of
tlie fact that our affection for yon shall
not cease, wo beg you to accept this
ring. We trust tliat whilo you wear it
you will be reminded that we wear your
name and memory engraven on the enduring tablets of our hearts. And we
pray that when, with us and our loved
ones, tlioso earthly experiences of timo
and change art o er, it may be our happiness to most and mingle in the rap*
tures of that radiant laud whose sun
never sets, and where tho sorrows of
separation are unknown. Signed on behalf of the Moodyvillo Blue Ribbon
Club.— M. Thain, E. Mi-'Piuiiikn, K.
Cadwalladeh, M. Kirkland, W. Mo-
Gratii, Rev. J. Hall (chaplain),
To this address Mr, Milligau made
the following reply:
My Dear Friends.—Your kimi address and presentation nro indeed n surprise to ine, not the loss grateful because
so entirely unlocked for. I am sure
your expressions with regard to myself
are altogether too kind, If 1 have contributed iu any measure to the entertainment or profit of tho Blue Ribbon Club,
I assure you it lias been a real pleasure
to mo to have done so, and I have been
more than repaid by the enjoyment I
have received from'what others havo
done. I thank you for your kind wishes
for my future welfare, It is, therefore,
witli my best thanks and with feeling ■
of sinccrest gratification that I ne.ept
your gift, nnd 1 shnll wear it as a token
of the many ties of uffcctiou and memory by which I am wedded to those
from whom 1 am culled in the natural
onlor of things to part. I shall ever
cherish tho most hearty good wishes for
the prosperity of tho Blue Hihbou Club,
and the happiness of my Moodyville
friends.
The meeting closed by Hinging tlio
national anthem,
From Clinton*. ...
'iJoiTospouilence of the t.viiumblnn.)
Clinton, Oct. 3, — Tlio supreme
court was held nil September thettOth,
Mr, Justice Walkom presiding. The
grand jury clouted Mr. Henry Harvey
foreman and retired to the now jury
room which has lately beou neatly
fitted-up for that purpose contiguous
to tho court house. Hitherto jurymen dopended on tho hospitality of
some ouo of our citizens fur a placo to
meot for business. The grand jury
had great pleasure iu reporting a clean
docket. There waa neither a crimiunl
nor a civil case, and consequently the
traditional white kid gloves were presented to the judge. Mr. Justico
Walkem waa accompanied by hia amiable and accomplished wife and child
on tho present circuit. Mrs. Walkom
mado hosts of friends, who will be
always pleased to havo tho pleasure of
ae ing her frequently, on the occasion
of the visit of her justly popular husband to this part of the judicial district. The weather haa beeu the finest
experienced for many years. There
wus no frost until the 25th, which wus
but slight. Frost usually .begins curly
in August in this vicinity. The crops
are all harvested and tho grain nearly
thrashed. Tho yield this year has
boon moat abundant. Mr. Bowman,
of tlio geological survey of tho Dominion, pusi-ed down a few days ago.
To-day Mr. Luck, C. E., followed,
both having returned from au exploring expedition near Quesnello and
other places.
New Fall Millinkiiv.—Just received
at Jns. Ellard k Co.'s, n largo lot of Ladies' and Children's Fall Huts und Bonnets, Feathers, Flowers, Ornaments,
kc,, ko. oclO
ki\ik\) i, imM.ltt
NEWS FRUM ALL PARTS OF THE WOULB.
New York, Sept. 2li.—Mr. Talmage,
discussing thc Pull Mall Gazelle exposures in tho Brooklyn tabernacle, said
that Mr. Stead was being made a martyr by affluent vice and the stupidity of
some gootl poople. The need of such a
movement iu America ns he began in
London no ono would doubt who walked
in upper Broadway and other streets at
night. Tho daily newspaper press was
tho mightiest threat in tho world against
wrong iu high places and low. Thc eur.se
of modern society was tho millionaire
libertines. Tho lower classes would not
he purified until the upper classes wero
purified. No system of mantis except
that of the Bible was worth anything.
Conform society to that standard, aud
all prosperities attended; but to any
other standard, and blasting disintegration would ensue. As exposure of vice
in-t.;i. precede cure, the light must be
turned on. If Mr. Stead went to the
penitentiary ho would go ns certainly in
the service of Cod us any martyr ever
went to the stake. His position would
bo sub'lmo for all time and all eternity.
The right aide would be the winning sido
in the end, if not now.
Washington, Oct. (i.—The secretary
of the treasury to-day referred to the
attorney-general for an opinion on an
interesting question with regurd to the
enforcement of the Chinese "restriction
«--{-. j One of the methods employed to
evade the law wan for emigrants to land
iu British Columbia aud cross the border
into Washington Territory,   When such
fiersons wcrp found they wpro taken
melt into British Columbia and warned
not to return to the United Stutos. It
is possible that many Chinese laborers
wno linu em-emi mv v. „. (.. .„.*_....
otlicr ways were driven into British
Columbia tinder nu impression tlint they
came from there. Tne authorities in
British Columbia protested imainst this
practice, nnd called attention to a law
imposing a tax of .*o0 un all Chinese who
landed iu tip British possessions. The
collector at Porf Townsend reported the
situation to the treasury department nnd
asked fur Instructions. The secretary
bus culled on the attorney-general for au
opinion and it is likely that the matter
will be brought before the cabinet nt its
next meeting,
AiiTOOXA, Pn., Oct. (i.--As thc regular
train from Hollidaysbnrg was Hearing
Alleghany furnace this morning, four
men took possession of ono of tho
crowded cars, uud whilo three intimidated tho passengers with revolvers the
fourth went through the cur aud deliberately robbed such of the occupants as
ho chose to select. Ono of the passengers made a show of resistance, but be
was attacked with a knifo and cut
through the hand. The conductor next
grappled with one of the robbers and
was drugged out to tho platform of the
ear and beaten with n revolver handle.
Tho robbers then pulled the bell rope
and jumped off, escaping to tho woods.
The Pennsylvania Railway company has
Bent out oflicers in all directions,
London, Oct. 0.—Tho French election
returns will, perhaps, be mttdu more intelligible to many American readers by
a brief statement of tho attitude of the
various political parties, The Conservatives wbo have mndo extensive guitis are
Monarchists of ono faction or another.
Somo of them aro adherents of Compto de
Paris, others of the Bonaparte family.
Thoy would like a monarchial government restored in France. Kepiiolicans
or Moderates are supporters of the present ministry, with Brisson and Do Frcy-
ciuet as representative leaders. They
are likewise partisans of M, Jules Ferry,
who was formerly prime minister. The
Radicals look to Mr. Clemen coo n as
their leader. They are as eager as Monarchists for tlie overthrow of the republic; but only that they may give the
government more radical leanings. Ito-
publicans wish to maintain u parliamentary form of govornment) but the Kmli*
euls wish to abolish thc senate uml substitute in pluee n chambers as at present
instituted. It seems doubtful at this
moment whether tho ministry cau gather
about it a working majority in tho new
chamber. Shrewd observers believe that
the new chamber will be short-lived;
thnt no ministry eau lie patched up that
will long command support, and that
consequently there will be another dissolution and nnoUicr general election in
thc near future. M. M. Angon, Wul-
dock, Rousseau, Logrnnd ami Peniult,
who were defeated in the elections, have
resigned their seats in the cabinet. It
is rumored tlint; tlie Royalists' success
will ensure the expulsion of the Orlean-
ist princes and others. Tho Temp* has
a dispatch from Toutpiin saying that
Geu. Jnimiss' division is prcpuriug to
occupy ThniHpinn, ami that fighting is
oxpected there. The Black Flags hnve
been roorgtuiii-ud nud tiro occupying
strengthened positions.
Paris, Oct. 7.—A dispatch from Phil*
lipopolis to f.c Tenuis says tho Mayor
lms caused placards to bo posted throughout the oity announcing thnt iu view of
tho wishes of the foreign ambassadors to
Turkey, the sultan bus accepted the
union of Bulgaria und Koumolia under
the rule of Prince Alexander.
PiiiLLiroi'oi.is, Oct. 7.—Prinoe Alexander has received u telegram from tho
sultan, nceeptiug the principles of the
Bulgarian union,
. WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.—Specials furnish additional particulars of tho enforcement of the Cunndiau nnti-Chinose law
against the admission of Chinese from
tho United States, lt is stated that Collector Beocher, at Port TowiiBond, on
being furnished with a copy of the act
immediately   wrote   for   instructions.
Whilo he cannot return the Chinese who
come from -British Columbia he cannot
detain them nt his expense, and tliere is
no fund ont of wliich to pay tlieir board.
Socretary Manning will send a reply in a
few days.
London, Oct. 8.—-Russia is desirous
of giving thc Duke of Cumberland the
throne of Bulguria. Prince Bismarck
will probably favor the proposition, as
it will settle the Brunswick difficulty.
Athens, Oct. 8.—-The government of
Greece is annoyed ut the decision of tho
powers to recognize tho union of Bulgaria and Koumelin. The government
hns decided gradually to niobolizc the
army.
QtfEBBO, Oct. 8. — A government
steamer leaves for Labrador this week,
loaded with fuel and flour to alievatc the
Bufferings of the poor fishermen and
tlieir families ut tlint place, The said
fisheries hnvo proved almost a complete
failure, Cod nnd mackerel have disappeared, and porpoises have been so scarce
that 'tlie factories have hud to close
down. Scurvy has made its appearance
and many have died of it, Tho suffering of the women and children beggars
description, little ones dying in the arms
of thoir mothers.
San FiUNC'lstfo, Oct, 8.—The immense
wholesale stationery nnd printing establishment of II. S. Crocker &. Co., Bush
streot, wus burned to the ground this
morning nml four men buried iu the
ruins. The estimated loss on tho building nud stock is half a'million dollars.
Insurance, §150,000, Two of tho four
firemen buried in the ruins havo.been
rescued, ono of thein iu au unconscious
stute; the other two are undoubtedly
dead. Their nnmes are Martin Illinium
and Peter Healy, both of No. 4 engine,
James Cullen, Pool's Island, N.F.,
writes: I hnve been watching tho progress of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil since
its introduction to this place, and with
much pleasure state that my anticipations
of its success havo been fully realized, it
having ourod me of bronchitis and soreness of nose; while not a few of my
"rheumatic neighbors" (ono old lady in
particular) pronounce it the best article
of ita kind that has ever been brought
before the public. Your medicine does
not require any longer a sponsor, bub if
you wish me to act as such, I shall be
only too happy to have my namo connected with your prosperous child,
YESTERDAY'SJISPATCHES.
Pakis, Oct. 9.—The wur office received a dispatch to-day dated Tamative,
from Admiral Miot, commander of French
forces in Madagascar, stating that the
French aud Hovas had an indecisive
fight on the 2(ith Sept. at Possnntutive
Bay, Tho French lost 21 killed and
wounded and the Hovas 200,
Atiikns, Oct. 9.—Ambassadors of tho
powers nre urging the Oreek government to atop ita wur preparations.
Thk Rock on which many a constitu*.
tion goes to pieces is Dyspepsia, The
loss of vigor which this disease involves,
the maladies which accompany it, or
wliich nre aggravated by it, the mental
despondency whioh it entails, arc terribly
exhaustive of vital stamina. Its true
Bpeciflc is Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic "Cure, which
likewise overcomes bilious muludies,
feibalo ailments and those coupled with
impurity of the blood.
"Death Lingers There!"
Dr. Kerr, in a locturo delivered in
London, produced some additional arguments and incidents in favor of un-
intoxicating wino for sacramental purposes  which   are  worthy of aerioua
consideration.   The following extracts
irom   un* iiiuiiui.i.i   mt-  -i ii.,
purport of his remarks:
It has beon tho custom to dispeuse
intoxicating liquids in these latter days
in most churches at the Lord's Supper.
Owing tu the beneficent influence of
the temperance reformation, largo
numbers of drunkards havo beon reformed, and many of these have found
by'sud experience that they dare not
tnsto this old intoxicating foe in any
circumstances. Again, many yet tin-
fallen inheritors of tho dire and potent
drink-cruvo, who know that they have
little if any power to prevent their
hereditary tendency from hurrying
them into excess if they even as much
ns sip nn intoxicating drink, have also
found that thoy are not safe if they
partake nf an intoxicant at tho sacrament. Both these facts have been
doubted by ecclesiastical theorists, but
the saddening proofs which have presented themselves to me as a physician
have been so unmistakable and so terrible that I havo no alternative, as au
honest practitioner of the healing art,
but to speak out in terms whioh cannot bo misunderstood, The veteran
temperance orator, John B. Gough,
himself a glory and a crown of
temperance work, long as his abstaining career has been, does
not taste nn intoxicating sacrum eut a 1
cup, I offered references regarding
certain cases of danger from intoxicating wino at communion to the late
Archbishop of Canterbury, and I cite
one or two others.
Au active Christian worker, a retired oflicer iu. the army, who was u
reformed inebriate, had beon frequently urged by his vicar to receive
the sucrnment. Intoxicating wine wus
in use, unci the rescued one, knowing
the peril, i» often dec-lined. The
vicar nlwnya told his parishioner und
efficient helper, "Clod's grace will protect you." At length the reformed
aud long abstaining officer complied
with thu request of his pastor, lapsed
into drinking, and died from delirium
tremens, Another reformed drunkard, in similar circumstances, rushed
from the communion iuto a public*
house, and speedily became intoxicated. Tu ono instance there wore two
daughters who woro inheritors of the
drink taint. Hoth knew their danger,
both were nbataiuors. One refrained
from communion, and has remained
steadfast in abstaining safety, Tho
other was ovur-porsuaded, and first
tasted uu intoxicating drink at communion, whioh lighted up thu latent
inherited tendency. She drank herself into her grave, und the Inst thing
she craved for im her death-bod was
brandy.
1. ktmw tlio vicar of an important
parish, bearing a name neither unknown nor unhouoied in our land,
who was at one time a victim to inebriety, but who has beeu a consistent
abstainer for some eight years. Yet,
after this lengthened abstention, this
earnest and devoted minister of Christ
to tbis day feels that he dare not so
much as taste tho smallest quantity of
his physical bane; so at the sacrament
ho simply puts the cup to his lips nnd
takes caro not to bring thom in contact with tho poison. He would, I
mny ndd, gladly uso only unfermented
wine, but for circumstances which for
the present seem to him to make it injudicious and selfish in him to wound
the consciences of others for his own
weakness,
Not a few Churchmen and Nonconformists mako a regular practice, some
of absenting themselves from communion, others of piiBililgi iho cup, not
hcotiUBQ   the)   fool   that they aru in
danger themselves, but because they
believo either that an intoxicating
cup fraught with danger to ivoakor
brethren is an unfit element, or that
from its narcotic properties, n drink
with an injurious influence on body
und bruin is an unsuitable symbol of
Christ's blood shed for the remission
of sins.
There ought to be no difficulty in
rendering fho sacrament of the Lord's
Supper snfe for tho weakest of mankind, and in meeting the scruples of all
who object to the presentation of nn
intoxicating element. Lot thu pure,
unfermented, unintuxicatiug juice of
the grape be used, und neither the
rescued nur unfallen need hnvo any
further fenr.
Syrup of Pigs,
Manufactured only liy the California
Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal., is
Nnture's Own True Ltixntivc. This pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be had of
Messrs, D. S. Curtis k Co., Xew Westminster. Sample bottles free aud lnrge
bottles at 75 cents or $1.25, It is tho
most pleasant, prompt und effective
remedy known, to cleanse thc system; to
act on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels
gently yet thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred ills.
According to a Germun histologist,
thero ye in the cerebral mass 300,*
000,000 nerve-cells, each nu independent organism nnd microscopic
brain. Of these nerve cells he estimates thnt 5,000,000 dio every day und
that every sixty days the bruin is replaced.
Mr. T. C. Wells, Chemist and Druggist, Port Colborne, Out., writes: "Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
und Dyspeptic Cure sells well, and gives
the best of satisfaction for all diseases of
the blood." It never fails to root ont ull
discuses from the system, cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, etc,, purifies the
blood, and will make you look the picture of health and happiness.
Tho Medical Journal states that a
few handfuls of common salt thrown
duily into closets nnd en occasional
handful into wash-basins goes far
toward counteracting the noxious effects of tho omnipresent aewer-gas.
Messrs. Parker k Laird, of Hillsdale,
writes: Our Mr. Laird huving occasion
to visit Scotland, nnd knowing thc excellent qualities of Dr, Thomas' Eclectic
Oil, concluded to take some with hiin,
and the result has been very astonishing.
We may suy that in several instances it
bus effected cures when ailments had
been pronounced incurable by eminent
practitioners.
DIEII
TRAPr.-In this city on the 7th Inst,,
■Joseph Grnlton, eldest son of Hnmuel
Trnpp, aged 5 years,
MKINKIK.-In this city on Ihe Oth inst.,
Ktlwtu-il Melukle, Into of Berlin, Out.,
aged 21) years,
03L The funeral will take place from
the American Hotel on Sunday (to-morrow) at 2 p.m.
The superiority of Mother Graves*
Worm Kxterminator ia shown by its good
effects on the children. Purchase a bottlo aud givo ita trial.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Sale, and blank forms ot all
kinds, at T. R, Pearaon 4 Co'a. *
Corns cause intolerable pain. Hollo-
way's Corn Cure removes the trouble.
Try it antl seo what airaiiiount of pain ia
saved.
Wholesale oity Market.
Beef,     per 100 lbs	
Pork " 	
Mutton       " 	
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Potatoes     "	
Turnips     "        	
Carrots       " 	
Parsnips     "	
Beets " 	
Cnhl-njre ("*">	
Onions       ■' 	
Apples      "
Pears "  _..
Wheat " 	
Oats " 	
Peas " 	
Hay,        per (on   	
nutter (rolls) per !l>	
Cheese, "  	
Eggs,       perdoz ...
Geese, eueh     	
Ducks "       	
Chickens, per pair.	
Cordwood (remit) per cord.
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  0 00 0) 0 00
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Surface Indications
Wlmt n miner would vcrvpropcrlyterm
"surf noo indications" of wiiat is beneath,
aro tho I'lniplcs, Sties, Sore Eyea,
Itoila, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
which peoplo are annoyed in spring and
ciirly summer. The etl'otd matter accumulated during the winter months, now
makes Its presenco felt, through Nature's
ontleuvors fo expel it from the system.
While it remain-', ft is a poison that festers
tlitho blood mid may develop Into Scrofula. This condition cuu.ses derangement
of fho diiri'.stiio and u-ssiuiitului-v organs,
wllh n feeling of enervation, languor, and
wi-ariiii'ss—often li-rlitly spoken of ns "only
spring fever." These nre evidences that
Nature is not nble, unaided, lo throw oil'
lhe corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital
forces. To regain health, Nature must bo
uid-'ilhvn thorough blood'purlfylugincd-
fcluuj uud nothing else is so eU'ectlvous
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which la sufficiently powerful to expel
from the system even the taint of Hereditary Serofnlu.
Ttio medical profession Indorse Ayrh's
SA'lt'sAPAltn.LA, mul many attestations of
Iho i-urcH effected by Iteomo from utl parts
ot llio world. It Ih, iu iho language of
lhe Hon. Francis Jewett, ox-Stnte Senator of Massachusetts nntl es-JIuyor of
Lowell, ''the only preparation thut does
md, lusting good.''
rnEPAitKD nv
Or. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for $0.
Toronto ExhfMtlou.
THE DOMINION PIANO A ORGAN CO.
Speaking of the great central exhibition opened at Toronto on the 10th
Sept., tho Toronto Globe says:
An object of special attention, which
by very reason of its prominence on the
grounds cannot escape thc attention of
the most casual and careless observer, Is
thc pavilion of the Dominion Organ Company. This -is a separate building but u
little distance from the south east of thc
Main Building, This pavilion must bo
about 50 1'cct by 40 feet, with it porch or
railed passageway all around it extra, It
ia handsomely painted, with ample and
almost entiro glass section, comprising
fully one-third of its height in windows,
nnd announces to nll in broad letters that
it is tho pavilion of that compnny, nnd
that Joseph Ruse, of fiS King-street
West, roprescnts the company, Inside
no pains hnvo been spared to make it attractive, and certainly ita designs hnve
succeeded. No one should visit tho Exhibition without going through this pavilion, there ho will find a little paradise
of music. Hero are decorations, hnnd*
some pictures of tho Dominion factory
and of the present store room of Mr.
Ituac, nnd above all, pianos and organs
of the most artistic nud uniipio dnsigns.
The display of those instruments is grand
indeed, nnd a splendid tribute to tho
genius and skill of our Canadian inauu*
facturcra. Pianos ami orgnns of every
style and artistic design ure found here
--ii parlor grand, sfjiinres, nnd uprights
of rose-wood, satin-wood with walnut
tri nun ing,-!, ebony und gold, mahogany
and beryl walnut. A double manual
and pedal huss argon, witli haiutsonie
pipe top, faces the visitor at the extreme
end as he enters.this pavilion, l-'or company are organs of every style and design to suit tbe purchaser. The Company nlso exhibit with the degree of
triumph nnd merit the fact is worthy of
a cable despatch to them from Antwerp,
Germany, announcing that nt u Grand
National Exhibition lield there thc Company liad just carried off the lirst prize
over all competitors for its instruments;
This is certainly remarkable, though
when the rapid j-iao of this Company to
public favor und confidence is considered,
not so remarkable as ut first might seem.
The Company's success in honors, home
und international, is something remarkable. The exhibit on the grounds is
certainly attractive and will amply repay
a personal inspection uud visit.
.Sir Charles Tupper on Wednesday last
emphasized the high compliment he paid
thc Dominion Organ and Piano Compnny
ut tbe opening of the Loudon Fair. Iu
his uddrtBS from the platform of the
Art Gullery, speaking of thc great impetus inhibitions gave to every industry
represented, lie referred to the Canadian
exhibit at the Antwerp International
Exhibition, Belgium, und cited us uu illustration of the wonderful progress this
country is making, tho success of the
Dominion Organ und Piano Company
there. He said thnt this Company (the
Dominion Organ nnd Piano Company)
had uot only taken the highest award
there, the very highest, thc judges could
possibly confer over all other competitors, from England, France, aud Germany, tho vory centres of cultivated
(•lassie music, countries justly celebrated
for their skill and acquirements in musical knowledge, but these judges, who
comprised Boine of then- ablest and beat
musicians, had declared further that the
instruments of this company woro superior to any they had ever seen, henrd, or
examined. With auch a compliment
from auch a source, in addition to tlieir
success at this Exhibition, the Company
ought to feel content.
[T. K. Pearaon & Co., New Westminster, are agents for these fine Orgaus
in Uritish Columbia. Persons proposing
to purchase should uot fail to communicate with them. Sample organs on view.
Prices quito as low as tlioso of Ontario. |
Address. T, R. Pearson k Co., New ■,
Westminster, 11. C.] *oc3tc
The new war map ol Egypt and tho
Soudan, giving names of all the places
mentioned in despatches, aud u valuable
table of distances. No one should be
without it. Price, 15 cents. T. E.
Pearson k Co. aplSto
THE WKHT SHOKfc I'OIt Sll TIMItl It.
—Tlie treat IIIiiKlriiti-tl ltrlllsli 4'-iIii-ii-
bin ftllliou. A full xuiiply hum- on tinu-l
nl T. It. IVurMin •,! Co's,, Mule agents fur
the lln hi In ml. uf 2& els. cueh, tr.
A new map of British Columbia just
issued by the government, for sale at
T. R. Pearson k Co's. The best mnp
overissued; $2,26."*-~Adv,
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian ollice. Prices will be
found lower than at any other ofiiee in
tho province.—Adv.
BEAVER LODGE, No. 30, A.O.U.W.
niect-s tlie second uud fourth Wednesday in ouch month.    Visiting brethren
an- i-onlliillv Invited to attend.
auliUtc K. A. JENNS, Recorder.
ST. PAUL'S CJIURCH. Services every Sundny at 11 a. Jt. ami 7 P. Jr. In
the Rectory Hall, St. John streot, helow
Royal avenue. Seats free, all are oordl-
allv invited. Suudnv School ut '2Mv. M.
 (fe28to)	
Methodist ( nrtuii, Mary st.
Uov. C. Watson, Pastor.  Services nt
11 ii. m. uml 7 p. m.   Suntiuy School and
conllaliy hm?&'"'  *«-'"* <«*i tfJBMRW
BAPTIST CHURCH, Hev. Rol,t. I>n-
nlo pastor; moots iu tho Court House.
Services at 11 A. si. nud 7i\ tf, Sahhiilh
School unil Bible Qlass at i'to p.jr. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at ,s o'clock.
Strangers cordially Invited. aplStc
Al'NlON LODGE Na, 9, A. P.
& A. Bl.;-Thd, regular Communications of this Lodge ttre
held on thc tirst Monday fn ench
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially invited toattend 1). WILSON,
fe'2;!*tc Socretary,
Important Palo Notice,
Dominion Liquor License Art, 1HK.1, unil
amending Art.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all persons soiling Intoxicating liquors on hoanl vessols or by wholesale, lire
required forthwith to-take nuta License
for that purpose under the provisions of
the Aet nbovo mentioned.
By onler of thc Board.
Vf. D, FERRIS,
Chief Inapcotor,
Now Westminstor, L'Jtrd Sept., 1885.
se20tc
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WESTMINSTER
STAGE ROUTE
\9. 8. MILIEU, rroprlemr.
Connecting with Steamer* to Blaine
and Semlalimoo.
1 IHE STAGE WILL LEAVE FOR NEW
Westminster Immediately after tlio
arrival onhi> Steamers on Friday, nnd will
return, leaving New WoshniiiMcr on Saturday morning nt 8 o'clock,
Fare each way, 82.00.   ■a.Spoelal trips
made when desired. I'Tjcim
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN-
L florelgned Intends making application
for a Timber License lo cut und carry
nwny tlm tier from tilt) follnw lug described
lands: i.'oninioiiclngat a polnl tiiiout om>
mile norlli of Poiut Atkinson, on thi'cast
alioro of Howo Hound; thonco onat, 20
chains; lltonco north, 40 chains; IllOllCO
west, about  20 chains, to sliore  line of
Howe sound: ibence following the mennderlngs of snli] shore line In a southerly
direction lo point of commencement; Die
whole to contain eighty (8(1) acres, more
or loss.
A. C. FBASER,
Dated nt New Westminstor this 18tli dnv
of September, 1885. EGselnt
CAREFULLY SELECTED
SEEDS
]f you want good, reliable ('anion, Fnrm
or Flower Seeds, acnil to
ROBERT EVANS & CO.,
Seed Herein-tils aiHllirttwerH,
HAMILTON, ONT.
Catalogue free on application.      fo7to
OPENING OF THE
NEW TOWN HALL
LANULFY, ON
Monday Kve% October riili,
,    Dancing nl Bo'oloolt,   Slciimeis will run
} froni tlie City on thnt day. 7oe2t
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITiSHCOLUMBIA.
In tlie Hatter ot Hit- KNltllo of HAH'Tl,-
LIN 1IKII.il IMlcmih.tl.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDKIt MADIS
herein by lhe Honourable Mr.Justieo
Mrl'i fight, dated Ilie lllh day of February,
1885,
NOTI013 Is hereby given tlml tenders
will bo received by Mr. ESuaVACJft A..IKNHS,
administrator herein, at ills otlice in the
Court House, Sew Wos tin In titer, until
noon on the utli 'Iny ot \ovrmhcr, iKttr-,
for tlio piireliiwc of Lot No. BSd/Group 1,
In the District of New Westminster.
This lot is situate nearly opposite Popcum, and is woll improved. House nnd
gomi orchard,
Tho highest or any tender not necoK-
sarlly accepted.
Full pnrlleulni'KUslo properly und conditions of sule may be had on application
to Ji. A..Ieiiiis,.\iliiiiaistnilor,orloMeHHl-H.
(•orbould A .McColl, Holioltors for Administrator, Now WeHtni J lister. "oclin
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Household Furniture
HAVING HKCF.IVED INHTRUCTIONB
from J. M. Johnstone, Ksquii-e.of the
limit-mi's Hny Fnnn, 1,-angloy Prairie, I
will aeil by public miction, ou the premises, on
Tuesday, October 20th,
Tiio whole of his valuable stock,
consist Ing of
Two vnlunble Imported I'ereheron Brood
MareB(lh foal) and their product; nine
Milch Cows, two of which hnve very
young calves, and are all wlected dairy
stork mid very gentle; 1 Ktoer.lyenrs old;
"i Ycurlingsniid'lSpringCulve*; 2oBerkshire Pig--end ,1 Brood Nowh; fiom 75 to
IWHicnd of Fancy I'ouUrv,froni Imported
"Leghorns," wlilcli will ho put up lu
coops of one dozen each: 2 Wagons,
Plough, HarnottB, and a variety of other
Implements, nil In good repair. Also,
1 Parmer's Boiler aridU stoves, and the
whole of the Purlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture,
A steamer will bo chartered to convey
those who wish to attend sale, free of
charge,'and will leave tbo'C. P.N. Co'a
wharf at 7 o'clock mi morning nf sale mid
roturii the same evonlhp. '*:
Salo at lOnieloek.A. M.
Tenns of Snlo—3 per eent. discount for
cash; or approved endorsed notes ui three
months.
■T. 7. TEAPP,
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HARPER'S
The most convenient
and cheapest kind
of Literature.
New Issues received,
regularly.
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To Printers!
FOR SALE
-AT A-
BARGAIN
A NO. 3 WASIIIM'TOX
HAND PRESS
In perfect onler, antl prints a sheet
24 x SO in.; with roller cylinders, roller
cores, moulds, ke.
A GUILLOTINE.
Paper CUTTER
Tliirty*t\vo inch knife, and in good
order.
fj-TTIicse machined will lie sold at a
great bargain, as they have beeu replaced
by others.
Apply to
I). ROBSON * CO.*
jy2'itc New Westminster.
'^axxaiit.'"
NOTICE IS HKItFBV OIVKN THAT
we Intend In mako application to tho
t'iilof UnminltHionerof Ijinds nml Worka
for permission tn purchase two unsin-
ve.ved ImIuuiIs In the Frasor Hlver, lying
tn i ho west tif Lots ai uud 111, (I roup 2, and
miilnhilni! (-Ml) acres, im.ro orless.
BOY J ■ NOHMAN,
JOHN HIMl'RONw
l-mliii'i*-** I .undine, B. O.
July HUH, 1KIC.        ai«e2m The Press and its influence
on Reforms.
The following paper, read by Minnie Phelps at the 7th annual convention of the Ontario W. C. T, U., is
published at the request of tho W. C.
T. U. of ChiUiwhack: Over four centuries ago, through long days and
weary nights, the old ruined Monastery of Strausburg waa tho soono of
the greatest invention lhat ever
brought light to the world. Hero, in
the dimly lit old monastery, held in
long disuse, onco the home of monks
and priests, among the associations of
past centuries nnd the medieval ages
thrown around him, Outenburg, of
Metz, worked with patience and skill,
forming inks, balls, presses and types,
scarce dreaming that in the work of
rilic agitation was upon the nation, j
Loyd Garrison, Wendall Phillips, und I
John Brown, tho prophets tif that ago, '
fearlessly warned the nation of ils
criino, but the climax arrived wheu
Harriet Beecber Stowe with tho
mighty and fearful strokes of her pen
touched the heart of the American nation to powerful action. It was truth,
speaking in the voice of the types that
awakened and aroused tho conscience
of the republic. So that we say today, that while shu wrote, she cast the
voto of unenfranchised millions.
It was this story of a people's wrongs
told to the whole world by means of
types—that aroused, organized public
sentiment, und caused Lincoln to say
when tho political situation had assumed a dark visage, "That this experiment cannot remain half slave and
half free." No reform can advance
beyond tho enlightened conscience of
tho people. Justin McCarthy has
said, "parliaments only work through
the power of public opinion.   A social
READ THIS
p^w^ww^w
that  hour tho world ntid its future | reform is not carried out simply by
hiBtory was being developed, thut in
theso inks, balls, presses niid types a
new era was upon the world, and thut
the age of medieval darkness was
thrown hack, whon the moment ho
emerged from the monastery with the
art ot printing as an established fact
and gave to the world this best offering to his ruee, tlint moment became
the mother of all future yeurs.
The  printing  press  came  to this
world us a roformer, and from its earliest  conception   until   to-dny every
question that, has benefitted und elevated all kinds and conditions of men
nnd brought thu world a common interest, has beeu largely the result of
this agency.    Here, in embryo, in the
educating  influence  of tho printing
press, slumbered tho Protestant Reformation, waiting un awakening barely
a hundred yeurs later, when liberty,
truth und conscience should have the
sway in human hearts.   It is a fact
worthy of notice thut the Protestant
Reformat ion with Luther came nearly
a hundred years after Gutenberg did
his work in the Strausburg monastery,
and    that   with   the   developing   of
thought by the education and the .influence of types there hud been funned
into flame the Protestant Reformation,
whose blaze threw its light across all
Europe.     Tbe Reformation was not a
reform  of a moment, it was not in
Luther—true, he was the great figurehead, but Protestant liberty, both civil
und religious, lay down in the hearts
of the people, and  back of that was
the mighty power of types laying tho
foundations, by the dissemination of
' truth, of all the liberties that we today  havo  inherited.    It   was when
Germany  begun  to read that thought
developed uud conscience assumed a
dignity;  for it was a wonderful moment wheu the iiungry heart of humanity, hungering for the bread of life,
found by  this art a Bible could be
bought for one-eighth its usual price,
that they no longer had to be chained
to iho pulpit and in public places, but
each man now might possess ono and
be a "temple of the living God."   It
was then and thoro that the Reformation was born, and only waited for the
fulness of time, when the seed sown
by the press would develop, the hour
whon sonic man brave nnd good enough
should  stand   in  tho breuch as the
spokesman of the people.   Luther wus
that man.   The Reformation, tho enlightened intelligence of tho people.
The press was the mighty avenue of
that   intelligence.      The   Protestant
Reformation, like all lusting reforms
for the benefit of aU classes nnd conditions of people, developed tho social
and moral, religious and political problems uf human life.   These influences,
thut  brought about the Reformation
in  Germany,  developed years later
Puritanism   m   E"»l>**-1  netvpnil fJta
.luayiiower. on whoso board the celebrated ''Compact" was written by the
Pilgrim Fathers, tlio first expressed
idea of a democracy,   Puritanism on
one hand took  the Stuarts from the
throne uf   England,  with  tiie other
laid the foundation of the Republic
of the United States.    What dev '
oped Puritanism iu England, in Franco
across the Channel, brought nbout the
French Revolution, whoro behind
scaffolding of barbarism a temple of
civilization wus being reared with the
united voices of twenty-five millions
crying   liborty,  fraternity,  equality,
The   Revolution   developed   a  now
France, it declared indigence sacred
infancy sacred iu tho orphans whom
it   caused   the   state to   adopt.     It
branded  the slave trade; it abolished
slavery;  it decreed gratuitous education by the normal sohoola of Paris,
central schools in the chief towns, and
primaries in the commune.   To the
old uge it gave alms-houses, to stokness
purified hospitals; it decreed universal
morality as  the basis of socititj', and
universal conscience us the basis of
law.     This is  what Victor Hugo is
pleased  to   term   the profit's of the
French  Revolution,  which taught as
ait axiom in political economy  "That
the liberty of the citizen ended where
the liberty of another began," which
comprises iu two lines all human and
social laws.   The French Revolution
was the -third and closing act of Protestantism.     It is a notable fact that
no reform laden  with tlie interests of
Immunity us u whole ever ciiine to til
world lo stay prior to tiie invention pf
printing, and that civilisation lay curtained in medieval darkness up to that
time, ami  that since then  tho ages
have been  historical by thi* practical
application of Bim who spake as never
mun spake, when He gave as an axiom
of  life,   "Thou shalt love the Lord
thy God  with all thy heart, und thy
neighbor us thyself," incorporating the
grand underlying principle in all the
reforms  that  have coine  to benefit
man's mm-al, uncial, religious und political conditions.   Tho foundation uf
all reforms is truth; for its diasoininii*
tion reformers of all ages have lived
and worked.   Keeping in viuw
"Truth forever on tbo scaffold;
Wrong forever on the throne,
But that scaffold sways the futuro,
Ami behind tlie dim unknown
Stnndeth God within the shadows,
Keeping watch above his own,"
"Then to stand with truth h noble, when
we share her wretched crust,
h -e here cause,, brings fame aud profit,
and tis prosperous to ba just;
I fun it is the bmve man chooses, while
tho coward standi* aside,
Doubting   in   his   abject spirit till tho
Lord is crucified,
And tho multitude  mako virtue of the
faith they bod denied.
Now occasions teach new duties) time
makes ancient gootl uncouth;
They must ever stilt aid onward, \\ \]0
would keep abreast oi truth,"
Wo are living in the mnat prbgros.
sive ago the world has ever kuuwu
and much of its grandeur of progress
needs but the reminder that the progressive aud speaking voice of tlie
poople, the press, has done more for
the liberty of the people than all the
orators from creation down. IJnlf ■*,
century ago, up and down the luugth
and breadth of the sunny south five
millions of souls luy iu bondage, und
a nation slumbered in indifference.
Like a thunderbolt from heaven a ter-
virtue of a discussion of a cabinet—
that something ought to be done. It
is not through debate but through publication that the public opinion of tho
country is reached." The great problem of this uge is the liquor traflic,
imbedded in the social condition of all
ages. Poets have sung of tho glories of
Bacchus; philosophers have come under its spell; und women have since
the early days been its victims. How
to uproot tin evil thnt is not only social
and moral but a politicul institution is
the problem that is agitating civilization to-day. The fanaticisms of yesterday aro the reforms of to-day.
History repeats itself, and wo are wise
if iu this present crisis we study tho
methods nnd moans by which past reforms havo been accomplished. In
this present contest wheu solf and
wealth is tho watchword of the opposition; the great heavy guns in this
wurfare is tho press, sending forth
shot and shell in the shape of truth-
truth, iii scientific temperance, educational instruction, prohibition bullets,
arousing tbe thought—then thero will
be action. "For a drop of ink, falling
like dew upon n thought, produces
that which makes thousands and perhaps millions think." Napoleon knew
this when he said*, "four hostile papers
are more to be dreaded than a hundred
thousand -bayonets." The press of today moulds and shapes public opinion
—our laws and customs aro only public opinion, crystallized in legal and
sociul forms of expression. Tho press
is the groat medium by whicli the people can be reached through its columns. There are in this province today speaking 374 voices, some declaiming weekly, others daily, in the
problem of this legalized liquor traffic.
While we sit here in convention theso
mighty forces are at work, educating
public sentiment, levelling up or down
the moral ideas of the country; arranged cither on the sido of home, or
working in tho interest of tbo saloon.
They tiro speaking to the two millions'
of this province to-day ns no othor
voice cun, touching either virtue or
vice; they nre either the compendium
of homo, or in the, agency of tlio saloon. Aggression only --ows by what
it feeds upon; and the temperance
sentiments of this country only advance U3 those mighty engines aro used
along the lino of reform, A grout
wrong always dies hard; and tho great
wrong which in overy civilized country
condemns the masses of men to poverty and want in tho advantage of a
privileged few will not succumb without a struggle. The struggle ii upon
us—up and down the length and
breadth of this country there is a sound
of buttle, nnd tho increasing favorable
attitude of both secular and religious
"press" to this reform wa w;«-j <•- -,■*"
subbmest question tlmt hus ever attracted public attention will ere long
soon bo settled by the popular will of
the people. As the struggle increases
und tho battle thickens it is nenr to
you. At your very door lies this
mighty implement of wur. lt is for
you to take up this powerful agency
and use it for
"God in all things! all obey
His first propulsion; from the night
Wake thou uud watch: the world is grey
With morning light."
Lnngley Council.
Council met Oct. 3rd; present, reeve
and councillors Houston, Bovill, Morrison, Jenkins and Murchison, On
motion, tho amount awarded to Kenneth Morrison for lnnd taken for road
purposes was altered to §185; and the
minutes adopted as amended. Communication from Messrs. Corbould &
McColl received and filed. Communication received from C. P. N, Co.,
subscribing §100 townrds completing
Langley wharf; clerk instructed to
convey to company thanks of corporation for their prompt and liberal response to the council's appeal for funds
to uid iu finishing wharf. Arbitrators1
award of §35 to H. B. Oo. for land
taken fur read purposes was received
and amount ordered paid. Contract
for addition to wharf of 20x00 given
to Kouneth Mclver at 6200. Highway bylaw reconsidered uud finally
passed. Following accounts ordered
paid: 0 Isaacson, 850; R. Motmhun,
§20; IJ. C. Qazette, S20; W. Towle,
8250; R. Coglau, 8187.50; R. God-
dnrd, J?5; J. Jolly, $130. Council adjourned till lirst Saturday in November.
Proper Calling Card.
Cards arc now always engraved in
round script,
If people aru travelling nud moving
about they lmvo no address engraved
on their curds.
A clergyman's card is ono uud three-
quarters by three and one-half inches
in size, with the name of his church in
the loft*hnu'dearner and his residence
iu the right-hand corner.
A young lady's curd, whether tho
eldest dabiihtur. 'Miss Smith, or the
youngest daughter, Miss Mary Smith,
two by three mid one-half inches iu
size, nil engraved in round script.
A married woman's curd is two and
one-quarter by four inches, and is of
the most approved style. In the right-
hand corner is her address. If she
bus u day when alio receives it ia printed iu the luft, corner.
A gentleman's ■•■inl, married or mi-
mflrriedj-is'one and lliiuo-i-iiurtoi-H by
three uud ono-quarter inches in size,
with his address, either liiitise or ulub,
In right-hand corner, and always prefixed by "Mr.," unless he is a military
ur naval nfJlooi'- whon bis rank is
n'amed.—Mjjfala __,vpres8.
<3-:re.a.t
SALE.
Thu lirrily of ii ih'unkiii'd was recently Irrrnialit im,, Guy', honpilnl, Eon-
lli'l). IIis burly ivns vory mucli blunt-
[Kl unil upon boinj. uffh'ufured nntl u
lighted mntoll ri]i|ili«d, tlio gun which
iscnped burned with tho iirdlimry llaino
"f unrlnirettod hydrogon. An ninny ua
n down ot theso iluinon wore burning
ut tho wino timo.
TRAPP
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Will offer for halk
JA.t OOST!
The whole of their extensive stock
of
Dry Goods!
CLOTHING,
:,,taiislite
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
CARPETS, ETC.
Consisting of
DRESS GOODS,
In Merinos, from So cents ner yard.
Cashmeres,      (10        "        "
IG
Lusters,
Plaids, wool,
Satteeus, Iti
Brocades, 1,5
Silks, blank- 1.40
SUks, ool'd, HOO
Satins, fill
DOMESTICS,
Calicoes,
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Prints, KngllBh. i)
Prints, Amer.
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Piques,
IH
Canton Fhmls,
,m
Sheetings,
12$
Linens,
If)
Cbeese Cloth,
7
Diaper    "
20
Winceys,
S
Drillings,
15
Duck,
10
Tickings,
IG
Table Cloths and Napkins.
FLSMELS,
All kinds unil col. fin SS » "
Cretonnes, 20 " "
Damask, woo], 7o        ''        u
LACK CURTAINS.
BED SPBBADS AND QUILTS,
TOWELS, from S cts.
TOILET COVERS.
SHAWLS, woolen.
SKIRTS, from r"0 cts.
LAWKS'■•NI)l*l(\V|-AR,-from7*otli,
PARASOLS ninl UMBRELLAS, from
7f", cents.
CORSETS, from SO conts.
HOSIERY of all kinds and prices from
12.V cents.
GLOVES, in lisle anil silk.
ULSTHKS nnd JACKETS, from $2.00.
CRINOLINES, from SO cents.
UANDKBROHIEFS, from 12J cents.
TIMS, lacoand silk.
PANS, from 23 ots. to $3.30.
LACKS and EMBROIDERY.
I'MLLINGS,
RIBBONS, in all colors and shades.
DRESS BUTTONS, n great vuriety.
NfUSLINS,
In Jacanettc,
Swiss and Nainsook.
WORSTEDS arid YARNS, ull inukes.
HAIR BRUSHES and COMBS.
FANCY GOODS;
WATCHES nn.UK'VELRY.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
MEN'S SUITS, frnm Sll.00.
YOUTHS' SUITS, from 83.00.
CHILDREN'S SUITS, from 18.00,
SI HUTS, wliite anil colored, from
61.00.
SHIKTS, woollon, from $1.00.
UNDERWEAR, iu woollen and
Canton flannel;
GENTS' HALF HOSE from I2'c.
TIES;
BRACES.
COLLARS and CUFFS. <
GLOVES.
HARD FELT, from S'J.OOf
SOFT KELT, from ti.00.
STRAW, from 23 cents.
VALISES, from S2.00.
OVERALLS and JUMPERS, from 766.
LADIES', and GENTLEMEN'S RUB-
BER GOODS.
CARPETS, from 73 cents.
FLOOR CLOTHS, fnrm 7S cents.
TRUNKS, from SI.00.
—IMPOKTKKS ANII IIRAX.EItS I.V—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
JbTOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN THAT
wc lillelrrl lo lilrrke uirllllrrlllOn lot In'
Ciller Commissioner of Lands uml Works
for permission to purchase two linsur-
veyerl Islands iu lire Kraaor Hlver,lying
10 the west of Lots JJIJ und MI, Group '•, mul
contain!to; 150) noros, more or less,
110YD NORMAN,
JOHN SIMPSON.
Lailnei's Landing, fl. C.
July illtli, 183*.       'Jiisi-jJin
GOVERNMENT NOTlCEsT
-fcTOTXCIE.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll application will bo mode to tho leg-
Isluturo uf Hrilish Columhla nt lit- noxt
session on behalf of the settlers anil own-
ew of land situate at Matsqui Prnlriq for
un not for their relief against tho"Snmnn
Dyking Act, 1H7V ni"' the "Sumns Dyking Amendment Act, 188;!," uml to declare
forfeited nil rights and privileges granted
or purported robo grunted to E, I,. Derby
or hfs assigns by the said nets or either <jf
tlicm, antl lo repeal sueh nets.
Matsqui, March (1th, 188;"). mhlltd
"Land Registry Ordinance, 1870."
In Ilie mat ler of the title to Lot So, », m
Hloek XII1I, In lite Hty or
SlW   VtCHlElllllNl-r.
NOTICK IS HERERY GIVEN THAT
pursuant tn an order of tlicRiipremo
Court of British Columbia, I Khali direct
reglstral ion of tho til leof Philip Jackman,
to Ihe above mentioned Lot, an of an estate in fee simple therein, unless a valid
Objection thereto Ite mndetoineln ml ting
on or beforo Ihe 10th tlay of November
next, by some person churning an estate
or hilt rest, In suld lol, or some part.thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
hand Registry Oilice, New Westminster,
ajtll .September, 1885.      aisntm
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and   second   to   no
House in British Columbia.
-SOLE AGENTS  FOR-
Tlie Henry F. Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
Tlie Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
Ami agents for all the lending American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premise-), as neatly and cheaply
as at any othei establishment iu tlio
Province.
Tlie Xorlli-HtiHlerl*. Half ot lat So. '!,
UUivU XII, In lhe I'lly of Sew Meat*
iiiliislri'.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tlie above mentioned half of
said Lot will l-e Issued to William R.
Lewis, on (lio 21st day of November, 1885,
unless In the meantime, a valid objection
thereto, bo mado to tho tinderslgnod In
writing by some person claiming an
estate or interest in suid land or somo
part thereof.
R. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Otlice,
New Westminster, 18th Aug., 1885.
lllnuilm
H,
nn
The smilh-Ht >n rlv Hull or tat Ko. '-'■
lllark Sll, In Hie illy or Sen West
ullngter,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tho above mentioned half of
said lot will lie Issued to.lames Cunningham on tlie Ulth day of Octobor, 1855, unless in the meantime a valid objection
thereto be made to the undersigned fn
writing by some person claiming an estate
or Interest In snid html or some part
thereof.
K. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Laud Registry Ollice,
Now Westminster, 7th July, 1885.
lljy'tm
"Land Registry Ordinance, M"
lul No. fl, llliirh XXIII, nntl Lul No. lil,
Block XXIV, In lhe t Ily ol' Sew We»l>
minster*
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title tothealiovo mentioned lots will
1)0 issued to .Munlock Duncan McLennan
on the loth day of October, 1885, unless in
tlie meanlimoH valltl objection thereto bo
made to ihe undersigned In writing hv
some person claiming nn cuts te or lnteresl
in said lols or some part thereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Lund Registry Office.
New Westminster, 7th July, 1885.
IJJy'lm
PUBLIC NOTICE.
TH,E I'I',9XI**OIAI, GOVERNMENT
hnvo llllorl up nn
ASSAY OFFICE
ASSAYS OF OKI'S
Will bo mndo nt the nominal chargo of
Sifni for ench specimen.
wm. f. Mcculloch,
Assnyer.
September 22nd, I8S5, 20aclm
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
New Westminster Branch.
DEPOSITORS ARK REQUESTED to
present their Pass Books for insertion of Interest up to thc 30th June, 1886.
O. PITTENDRIGH,
Agent,
New Westminster, July 7th, 1885.
fijydm
PERKY.
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, prop-
I   erb* endorsed, will be received by the
ouorable ohlof ['oinmlssionerof Lnnds
and Works up lo noon of
Snliiriiii), 31st October, 1885,
foi-(lie right to maintain and operate a
ferry on the Kootenay River, at a point
known as the Upper Crossing, for n term
of fivo years. I
Tlie ferry right to extend live miles I
above am! the miles bolow the respective
points indlciitett.
Any pnrty to whom n ohnrter may bo '
nwimU'd shall provldi; ami maintain a
substantial ferry boat nml proper appliances for work Ing (he sumo, a description
of which must bo givon with hit- lender.
Tenders shnll Mule the rate of loll proposed to be col led ed for*—
Each I'assenger.
"     Team with wagon anil driver,
"     Saddle horse ami rider,
"     Looko horse or mule,
"     Hend of cattle,
"•   Sheen, swino, ole.
"     Hundred pounds wclglitof freight.
Tenders miisl nlso state the amount of
the annual rentnlto be naltl to the Government for ttieprlvllesre; and wlth'eneh
tender must lie submitted tho names of
j.\voresponsible parties willing to sign a
bond for tbe sum of $~m iissei-urlty for the
faithful carrying out of the contract.
All otllcers of the 1-rovlneliil flovern*
ment with their tinimtils nnd freight to
puss free.
Vf, Si GORE,
.Surveyor-General.
BOOK, JOB
-AND-
Of Every Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
-AT THE-
DflfflmLDflULMDIIll
Quesnelle Quartz Mining Company,
(LIMITKD.)
I.ttrtitlmioMVorkfl, III von Creek, IM'.
NOTICE  IS  HERERY GIVEN THAT
lit It mooting of the Trustees of suit)
company held on the ;inl of September,
ISS."*, nil iisscssment of one cent per share
m* J.'.'.v!::',' !!W.,.,.,!l?i,,ftfi^/ifi,-'v;!' wrA*.
Johnston, nl the coinp-iny's ollli*.*, Oues-
ncllo.R (.*.
Any stock upon whicli snhl ussri-snient
shall remain I'lin.ild ou the tilth tin-, of
October in-xt.siutll be deemed tlellni|iiciit,
and will be duly advertised for snlo at
nubile audi.in, and unless pavnient shall
bo made beforo, will bo soul on tin- aoth
ilny of Xovenihcr, 1883, to,udy the delJiiA
-•unit assessment, together with costs of
advertising ti utl expenses of the sale.
W. A. JOHNSTON,
Secretary,
l-ucsnelle, Re, Sept. 4,1889.      lllfiolm
■-AGENTS   FOR	
Confederation Life Assurance Co..
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co..
 Agents for First-Claw—-
M d BUM SAFES
JtsTTiiis will lie found a rnte olianco for
country storo keepers who wish to replenish their t>tockt nud for tho public
generally, ns the stock Is all iu first-clasi
condition and well assorted,
XBRafi CASH.
New Westminster, May IS, ISM,
my20l-i
81111'IMNU   RKCKIPTS.
DKKUH' MORTtiAOKS,
BUM »F SAIjK,
CUSTOM HOtlSR BUNKS,
MASKS, PR0H. N0TKS,
OKDKRH, RKCKIPTS,
Antl nil kinds of Blank Books uml Blink
Forms on hand.
 All the Leading-
NEWSPAPERS
PERIODICALS
Hegulatly rccoivotl,   Subscriptions taken
for any Publication at lowest rates.
ttS* We import direct from manufao
turers, and cannot bo undersold tn this
Province.
T, R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBIA   STltEET,
New   Westminster, B. C.
(talk)
NOTICE.
WIS IIBRKBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
we intend to apply to tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works 16 gn*
-telle the following roads half u chain
wide:
Starting at the N. Vf, comer of 1*6187
nml followlnu the northern lioundnry line
tif the snhl lot to the North En.st corner
post; thence throin-li l,ol. lllaml Intersecting Agassi/, station ground lo the South
West corner post of Lot ■!!', where tt Joins
lhe rond along the western hnnndnry of
the-mid lot.
ltoiui No. 2 stmts from the North West
corner pout of Lot 111 nlong the western
houndnry of snid lot lo the South Wost
corner posl; thence in a southerly .Hive-
tion to the Houth West eorner post of l,nl
Itl; thence nlong tlie southern houndnry
of Haiti lot to whore tt Joins the road to
lower.aleiunboat landing.
(SiKiietl)        JAMBS 1). AUASSIK,
n..I. MuKWI-'N,
I). ROBERTSON,
N.I. CAMERON,
J. A. MCDONALD,
II. Vf. HOI.THY,
R i'assinoiiaSl
Ferny Coomlio, July isih, 188%      uuli!m2
Lands and Works Depnitment,
Victoria, H,<;.,Kill Sc|it
Sept., 1885.
11 IUH UULUIIIUinii
Bill Heads,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IH HERERY OIVEN Hint wo
Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds mid Works
for permission to lease for tlmhering pur*
poses the fulliiWlm* described lnnds witu-
atedlu New Westminster l>l*trtct!
1. Commencing at a post on the sliore of
Olllles Hay, Texada Island, ahout tine
mile N. Vf. ut Hhcller l'olnt, extending
nlong the shore for a distance of l'io
ehnins, with n depth of Wl chains,containing 128U noros, moro or lens.
2. Commencing at a post on tlio North
shore of Cardcro Channel, nearly opposite
Denham Island, extending along Die
sliore for a distance of IU) ehains, with a
depth of IHO chains, eontalnltig |000 ucres,
more or less.
;t. Cnm-iieni-lm- fit ii stake mi tiie shore
of Hemming Ilny, Thurlow Island, about
oiie-lmlf iniln West of Jiicksou Point;
thenee followlm; the shore line IgQellfl 1IH
Ihenee In a N. Vf. direction IMllelmliis;
tlienee Easterly Ilk) chains; thence tfnillh
to point of coinmcticemenl, conlnliilng
;t'*O0 acres, more or less.
HASTINflK HAW MILL COT,
llicitn. II. Ai.KXANimn,
Munager.
llurrard Inlet, It. C, ROI h .Inly, I8HI.
amlllo
PllOVINflAI, .SlM!ltKTAHY'S OWICE
IHIh August, IBM.
WHEREAS, tlio Lieutenant-Governor
lu Council Iseiiipowered,iintlertlio
"1'uhlle School Aet, ltw:»." to create Hehoid
Districts, In addition to those already existing, mul todellnt'lhe lioundniles thereof; il Is hcrchynolllletl lhat Ills Honour
hus boon pleased to oroato the tract of
land enclosed within the tiiideiitiontloneil
lioundarles a Sehool District, under the
title of the "Heaver l'olnt School District,"
vi3ommoncinfinUho point In which the
western lioitiidary of net: J«, Null. Spring
Is] ii nil, reaches Ilie sea; thence tine soutl i.
to Fulfonl Harbor; thence easterly and
along the .sea-shore lo the point of com*
mencemcnl; und Including ltu.SKell,rorl*
lund ami Moresby Islands.
Also, tlml. His Honour litis been pleased
to direct that the lioundarles of "Hurgoyne
Day Sehool District" be re*dcllned, us
fo ilo ws:-
Commencliij'at the north-west eornerof
"IIimvh- Point Sehool Dislri**!"; Ihciieo
tine west to Hie sen-shore; Ibence southerly mul along the sea-shore to Eulford
Harbor; thence north, nlomr the western
boundary line of -'Heaver Point School
District," to tbe poinl of commencement.
Also that Ills Honour bus been pleased
to direct tliat the boundaries of "Vesuvius
School District" he re-ilcliucd, as follows:
All that portion of suit Hprluu; Islam!
situated norlh of lhe northorn boundary
line of "Bnrgo'yne liny school District."
Also, that Ills Honour bus been pleased
to direct thut the 1-oiimhtrlcsof "Lmmlev
School Dlslrlet" be nltered and re-d'-Ilned,
as follows:—
Commencing ol Uio north-oast cornorof
Section V2A,Township !l, New Westminster
Dlslrlet; Ibence South to the centre o'f tho
eiisleru boundary line nf Section lM,Tow*n-
sliipS.of saltl district; thence duo cast, to
the western lioundiiry of "East Langley
School District;" theuce In a right line,
north, to the luiilb-eiisl eorncrof Section
til,Township 12, of suid dislrict; theuco
Wf-s!,to the western boundary lino of said
township; thct due south, to point of
commencement
Also, thnt His Honour has been pleased
to direct that the boundaries of "Prairie
School District" be altered uml re-de(lucd,
us follows:—
Commencing at. the simtli*oust eorncrof
"Lmifrloy School District;" tlienco duo
west, lot he eastern boundary llnonf Section 21, Township 8, New Westminstor
District; thence soulh, lu a right lino, to
the south-west eorncrof Section 27, Township?, of suld district; theuce due east, to
Ibesontb-eiist eornerof Section 28,Township III, of suid district; thenco north,Inn
right line, to point of commencement,
Ily Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
3(iuu Provincial Secretary.
Circulars,
1TOTIOE.
To ttio Share holders of the QiichrcIIc
Qiinrlz Mining Co.(Mmlied.)
THE UDESNELLE (1ITAHTZ MINL-fd
Company intends resuming work on
their mine, HixonCi-eek,carl boo Dlslrlet,
II. Cat ns early a dnte as possible.
To Hint em) tboy have mmlcs-itlsfnctnrv
n r nun-erne 111* with iictimpcieni Siipiiiii-
leutleiil In Sua I-'i'.nielseo, who will proceed Imnieillut-I.v to the mine to hike
cIiiiihc of find prof001110 Hie Work With III!
possible speed,
The mill will he pul lu operation on tbo
rock now al 11111111,111111 (litre h reason to
expect thut there will soon ben prod| on
lu.workings.
Some new machltiery and othor hulls*
pciislble mnlerlal has lieeti purchased In
San Francisco, and is now en route
Theamounl of nndi on hand Is SLM7J"i.ot>,
Which Is stttlb'lcnl to meet. Hie cost of the
•iineHI nery, etc.
To meet tbe amount lo come duo for
wages nnd olhcrcxpetisi'Fi, the 1,'itb nssess*
mail of 0110COIlt pershnre hns boot levied.
There Is rottstjn to hollovn that n portion
of lhe ciillcelleil sliiurs, now Ihe properly
of the compnny, enn he sold forn sum sufficient to meet the expense of sinking the
workings deeper nml enlarging the mill,
should either course prove iiilvlsiihlc
published hy order of thu Hoard of Trustees. W. A. JOHNSTON,
Hcerctnry.
Qlirsiielle, ll.C, -Ith Sent., INS"..    IflKOtm
Gmd Colonial Exhibition
IN LONDON, ENC, 1886.
FIFTY-FOUR THOUSAND FRET
RESERVED FOR CANADA.
FlKBTKOTAh KXHIHITIOX COMMISSION HIKK IW2.
milKCiJLiiMAI.AND INDIAN BXH1-
1 billon to be held In LONDON, Kng-
Inlul,.commencing Mav lst, IKSfl, IsintemI*
oil lo be on a scule of ureal magnitude,
having for object lu mark an epoch in tho
relations or nil tin* puns of Iho Uritish
Kmplre wllh each other.
In order to give becoming significance
to flic event, 11 ltoyal Commission fs Issued
for the holding of thbt inhibition, for the
tirst time since l.Sii'J: nml Ills Itoyni Highness tbe l-rlnees of Wales Jinx been ap.
pointed I're-dilenl by Her Majesty.
The very luriicspiico of ,".l,tl()lls(|itnrefeet
hus been ullolled to lhe Dominion of Cnn-
111I11 bv tbo'.iininand ofthe President His
ltoyal lilghiipflB.
This Kxhlhllbm Is to he purely Colonlnl
am) liiilliiu, uml no competition from the
United Kingdom or from foreign milloiis
will be pei'tliilled.the object In 1 tig Hi OH-
hlbll to the world at large whatthe Colon
h'>±e
r do.
The grandest opportunity ever offered lo
Ciniiiihi Is thus ailonlcil to show the iIIhMu
giltshtil place she ocenple.-, by theprogies*
she hns miulolu Aoukti.timik, in Hoit-n*
iri.rt-11-:, iu the iMursTitiAi. and Fink
Aitr.H.liiMieMAM'r.MiriiiNuisi'rsi'aih-H,
III llli! Nl'.WKHT iMI'llOVKSM-'NTH IN MANU*
KAfTlJIllNtl MA'-lllNtiltViimt IMI'I,KMKNTH,
in Drill,it- V.'uiiks by Mooki.h and IK:*
NitiNs; 11 bio lu ami ndcntinla display of lior
vaM rcconrces in the ristiKitnx, und In
l-'iittixnind MiNiniAi. wealth, ami nlsolr
SlIU'l'tNtl,
AH Ciiniull'iiiHof nil piiillesiiiid classes
are Invited 1 110 forward and vie with
ench other 011 eiidciivourluuon Ihis great
iiecii-iluii In |<ii! I'miitibi In Iter ll'Uo plnco
as the pr htr colony of the Uritish Kmplre, and lo esluliiisb ber proper position
before the world.
Kvcry farmer, every producer, uml every
manufiicturcr Ine. hn* 11 si in iisslstlng, It
having been already deinoiislriilcil flint
extension of Inule alwnys follows such
cll'orts,
Ity order,
JOHN LOWE,
See. of Ilie Dept, of Agriculture.
Ottawa, Ist Soph, ISA Semite
JX.C
Letter Heads,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Envelopes,
AND ALL KINDS OF PLAIN OR
COLORED WORK.
RULINCffiBINDINC
Done on the Premises.
Our facilities are far beyond those of any
other Establishment on the Mainland
and our prices will compare
with those of Victoria.
D. ROBSON & CO., - Proprietors.

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