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VOLUME 1
! aaiMAiiimg.
Tarsd.r Bventat, Hcnaater I. IM   f r
Miu Rose Cleveland wants her
pheis
CTiter
flweBr,
i sUpp'OsMi to ue 'worth
a good deal to be sister to the president of the United States.   Boa
Rose by any other name probably.
."Mfljfffe"1*'
The story ot the loss ot 40,Q££
head ot cattle in Montana, the property of a Bt. Louis syndicate, report*! fmhti&ir®in -Wl**'--
Walla .paper and oopied into: the-
Oregonian, is contradicted by the
manager of the syndicate.    Oiily
■     about 250 head were lost, a very
.!., .lM^ii^^^*,ITOd."!v„
_ whioh reaohed the range in British
. Oolumbia in fairly good condition.
£ The cattle lost were from Texas and'
arrived at the- rendezvous in poor
flesh. The stock oollected in Ore'
- gon and Washington which started
j     in good oondition got through tiitJti-
Lord 6imdtn*plt-eiiT*ronllWiohtin-'
' ues his European holiday, much to
"the   mystification   of   continental
journakaaiA.therefore, no doubt, to,
ij^fc Sj |-*^t|ai*-usement   Prom
Berlin he uiutcWBd to Dresden, and!
from Dresden to Vienna. At neither
place has he done anything except
visit museums, galleries, and places
&, ^eaX-nWwk,'.-..
.v. i -j ■;• -iB!_**i-*!r.    ■    " ,*_#_
Oman-Over D. s. Curtis A Co.'s Drug
Bto»,00_tfttl*B'!-MewW.st»*nstfr.?-
_tt^tim^ii-.""   '
■M&o^^t^A^^ I
not believe that Lord Randolph's
objects were so innocent, and on his
arrival at that capital a whole corps
«T4JKl©"Spsh?pl,' hM
evwprill-iee-ai-d-hettr'tiobody. The
interest in Vienna is heightened bythe presence in that city of a personage described as "General S9
Smith," in whom we recogniae tf
nofSmaM&^ws? "
r the Viennesse are puzzled,
o wott-
[er the Viennesse are puzzled. We
entrusted our ordnance to a china
manufacturer, sWe, put our navy in
charge of an ex-guardsman, andjeur
army in the hands of the greatest.
of newsvendors. The Vienna ])<F
naturally think that a war min-
pen naturally think tnat a war mm-
it not a general, is a good business i
man, which moat generals are not, I
man, which moat
—ZoiKtVm Echo.
,*l8UMi_j;
', 11 :
rv McLEAN, M.D.
oh
-MsSasii-Ste*,"!
joalte the,
,,Jrijaoor
JaSOlc
jse
.W.as'qijmter, B. 0;
T  H. COOPER, B. A.JLD.I.
te-thnfflfittUrt*-.-
OFFICE aad RBBlD__-rw-l
(next door to Farmen*
ih Bt.
mel, hear
CqlumbiaBt,, New yeatmlnflter, EO.
OFPIOH UoUItfi-*to 10 a. m.v 1 to 8and
S.30 to 8 p. ro. Calls In town an4 country promptly attended to.       *' feflto
D
R. P. WELSH,
''■'l";*^.**Triftf ;•*    £.'.',
Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B. C. op»tc
Teptb pat»twriy .atraawt. i >ttl_
i**<*edu,
* BARRISTERS,
...,. .SO^qiTOS-VBTO.
mile street, New Westminster,
iVetyK Or j-IMWle
w.
NORMAN BOLE,     '    ..
BARRISTER-AT-LA*-"".      * '
. Colombia Street,
,»*-.,,,.■»■ ;„,*f«-,*ye.tmlDnt*r.,^0.
. LBBJ-T J. MILL,
'"'.J   I    lOIVILJBNQINJ-IlB, J
Land larr.yor, Dr»m»ht»ni.n,< >M.
NEW' Wl!^^S--_EB,ia *., *JU*ESPA.|T |VENINO, NOVI_to_B__ik..WB.
'"'-____«■*»■
'!  NUMBER 81
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP 8TBKBT H T1CT0BU.
AOZHIB   TOB
North British and Mercantile
Insuranee Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,,' '.
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. G.
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS**™
SHOES
OFFICB-One door North  ot	
Corbould A McOoll's, MoKensle Street.
dw-sel8to   .
'        WALTER J. WALKER,
,)■;.►•       ,   Aaattor, Aocaumt.nt,,
Colonial Hotel, New Westr.     '   ds>l
Bvvey.r, Seal btate Brake, ap*
" '"'""' ■' Conveyancer
On and after the Hist Instant. Offloe, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray. St., Fort Moody.
m .■i.,*rapp,      	
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet, NewWestminster
'Alt oommlMUns Will' twelve prompt
and earetul attention. Best references
given when required. mhlMc '
11
•^R{«*^«EaiSJ6V.iKK.,i
HartfMd. Cau.
OFFI0Hit-»en1s sweet. New Weitmln-
**«"•.„.,.■.: ,...,.;; ,   i , ., -.      MU>
A recent report of the BoorfW
Trade ^-^**f«ton,inUhe coal region of Pennsylvania, opens new
shr-tlfW Wf!fWTu,e ,uture rj*'ffi'i-l
I •"-"•WvifflA-Mt shows that tha
value of coal as a fuel may be great-
,f.'..tj-fl(<**«il  by nA*cmg it-toa
powder, in which state everything
. -ja.Mimumed, making no smoke-trill
' "Te-tWrig no ashes, and great economy
and superior heating power results.
.t-'HiAifar more important advance in
wienWfio heati_uj>r-)W^^ ■»(*,
discovered prod*s«s' 6_-**"pr*t.ucing
water gas. The product itself is
notjDM** WiitthatJif*(tofore been
t<M''^h'_lM'ti«J^M witl»
nanr fuels.   The new processes,
'^MMaf^ttrnf^for
manufacturing   and domestic pur-
accordance with the local value of
ant_i*^<!jl*».l"$.al, which is the principle item in the manufacture of **j|»( ■
gas, but at average eastern rates
ai ji [*ic»>-JH«aj IsWMA^ts a
, . thousand oubiofeot. A wate^gM
• Jifc^tlA'JIiait'UJltl operation
for several months in Troy, N. Y.,
supplies factories, hotels, restaur-'
ants, and private houses for power,
cooMtlg' nhtt hebtirtgs at Uiarate of
SO cents a thousand feet, while the
am!
margin  of profit  whioh   a little
i U-Jtjhji wu*rtiti«n^^ .wouliteon.out,
is now onfa-tttHtmnbn
to make this water gas In the inlnes
whero the coal is dug, and pipe it
cot-mn-ntiim-.tajtijigup
mm
litred.
  _..cJ*k|,9?
the natural gas supply of that region:
may be made good.   The UcfrHof
.B-jftrtiirtitw^rt^-i*1?*
upon a large business and highly
developed eumomio process wHiiJn
will reduce the cost of manufacture
'-"'. td'Jctmt- ath*i_ilil4f*<t. m,
■ ■'. -.fict. xtoktTtfrt-Srif coMWira of 50
cents a tbwwitid ,ii,w dilttict gain
over the coat of coal, including the
trW«le/i«(m*tm.'tlp«n:its^iie. ~
development of this process of.
W.D.FERRIS,
tar|f»etitc»llr*<or.
SETIRtL SttOD fABMS FOB BUI.
UNO SURVEYORS,
Oonmlggion Aftents.
IIM, UFI, ACOIOIHT * MUINIII
nwIEWffll
UUIM0lli_ABMfcfe
U41M-, ««*-*, HUsea* aat CldI4r«'.
. •'.  Baits, Ikies aa« -alter.
Made to Order and Kept on Hand,    j
CtUHU'-timlfr, "^~'0W^HVA-K H«_f
.   NEW WESTMINS-TBIt, B.C.    j
■mh.io . ■ ■     ,
Cwnw.YtitOi* UoiglM Streets,
VICTORIA, B.C.    {
FRANK *. RICHABP3, Ja. '•   •   ''U88EE
.nOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
X class In every respeot Pamr sap.
tiled wltk all Conven-eiic* of Madera
Thin magnificent Hotel It now open for
the reception of Guests.
mw No pains -will be -spared by the management to make this Bote *
attractive. ,
P HEN III
That old reliable Innwaare Company
or London, England.
JAS. CMNGHANI,
ACENT FOR NEW WESTMINSTER
Rate's of Insurance as low as other
.Companies.
Losses promptly paid ahd no
unnecessary trouble given to
i^^eiSU-HfEORTUNiitT-E. ".■
KW\j,(»t.,OiJl.:llt|l. ' *K)i_ainl
otel pleasant and
docJitc
Manuraeturorand Dealer In
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS.   ,
AU Kinds of Hides ud Skins Oak
ud Hemlock Tuned,   llllll
CASH PAID POU BIDES AND SKINB.
On hand always a uood .upply o( Leather both of my own manufacture and
Imported.
I ham seoured the Mrvlcesut Hr. Wm,
Boro.lt to superintend th. oir.tom re-
alrlnt department. , >
JAMES ROnSSBAT*.^^
Columhla St., New Westmiait*,
(dw-anVl)
le Mel TaOor
I
r.
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON,
Mannfactureu and ImporU.ru of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc. C;
j-NE!#i'WE3-H«JNSTKR«B. 0.*
d-r-Jlt-Slte        ?
-THR-
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SCOULLAR & C6. i1
Are Prepared to Supply nnd Erect  |
Cas Pipe,
Cas Fixtures,
And everything relating to this tirnnch of
buBlncss. j:
mw Experiencoa and competent men
only employed, and work guaranteed
flntHjlaiSln every respect Prices avlow
aa anywhere elso.
E. 8. SCOULLAR A CO.,
d-JlySlto    ...      H   Columbia Street,
MANUFACTURER OF
THOS. OVENS,
ACTS
m
*^37:A4»paffs.
' W.E.AUSTIN,
Colnmbia St., New Weitminiter.
HAVING JUST RECEIVEDgUB NEW
Sprini Stook, we Invlta Inspection of
the finest selection ot
taaU.lt, aeatek, Senna, Fnaek,
SUITINGS 1-^jBT
Ever showa In Now *ffostn»lnsler
of»th.i
iter.. We
haveseoored the wrvlces of Ttltt. HUGH
CHAGAN.aprMtlcal Cutterwhohat bad
lohg experience In London,Parls,anjl't'li*
leading eastern oltlef ,and faraOOOD rll
and artistic style we defy competition,
aud
tnhieto
THOS. WALSH
Telephone 83.
MEW WE8TI11!.-***.
delltt.-. j
PITT* PP.,
AND MONEY BROKERS,
!'i "iic;j	
VANOOUVER. B.O.
'iti-M tiShOTtATBti.
BROS.
burtijiig witlt a Bame'likethati,-^,       , oM«.y»»..M,o.u..t«.,   , 	
"*!^*1KH*5 ..j':„,ju_i'.lta.«««i*_*i., .Snn«,,BHM. C»rWlge»,'..?ow«er,
rrner
_a**»t'
4 ones, at VIOTORIAi Fort Street,
1 VA.SCIQCVItB. Chrdo*a Bt-tt/t,
BUILDIN^IiOTS for sale lnrf.ll spetjops.
'mfyaatloumr and New Wostrainsttr Oily,
'.'jJFAiU* '"'"
«.!».«•	
Lnngley, Malaqul,
nert Landlni, *
ondrittBtTor.
'Slaps and flanHitlilhl,^.
.st'Bformatioivlumlsheilat
"""' "'2STQTIGJIEX,
fn-rt IMfDERSIGNEDJSTt-__M<
1 soon as a suitable otlleo can ta Mted
up. to re>eafSM Ui thaprotessloaof anal'
Inler.salt-
 .*
ot th.,woefc.i||-e»)nt«nde,l If roqul
""a^K?.F%nMKra!ri-D-_.i
,lon.*or build.
thee»Wutlon
tired, et
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HA
AVING BAD EXTKNSIVE KX-
perlence In Calltornlf and elsewhere in th. above business, I am now
prepared to tako oharg. of any sale.,
Skat, Flihlaf iMkle,1 lieet*.
tlei,   Cnllerr,  «n#•■■*»
■'"', Olatiwire,
TO BB HAD  AT THE OLJ) STAND,
:,;„; xx^ik*t(,'A4,,lWi,'	
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA   STREET.    "
dwaulTte
Atoustatrix
OT10B IS HBItBBY OIVftN THA*
alt penona Imiebteo to the late Jo-liua
;iwood^eynold« Homer, former ».at
Ie* Westmlniter, decenMil/ato reqiilnd
•SjTthWOlintWtliOtfmWjtediieMto.
ieni>i«&|lfiM, fortliwHhfkflf ail ne^
SiThWnffany claims naalnsl'llio estate
aWWulrtdV £ *■'-' ' "'
dlly.verlaed,
this date,
mithlni two 'month, from
sophia K.rnpmtn, <•■"■.
■   AdmlnlHlrntrlJt.
BattdNewW»»t,Oct, 13th,l«*  oclWIni
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Sates, Sewing Machines, tc, to.,:'
Repaired. t
BLACKSMITHINC
CLARKSON STBEET, . C
«_)p..Be8iitTy Offlce, New West'r.
K»lSOHININC,*0.
APER.
, The. largest ,a*eortment of. Wall Paper
ln the City, comprising newest patterns,
soil hand aVbouom prices,  Ham-
always oil hand
Sles on view a'
tore, Oolumbli
specially low ral
at **. R. Pearson A tfo.-i
Ja St.   Paper kaaitaa
««j* dselSI
OF TIME TABLE,
s,-ySAiyipB
((
Q,LAD¥S"
fTNTIL  -Ftfffl-HEB   NOTtt'E WILL
U   make regular trips   {
TOTAHAND ffAY PORTS, (Q
I-JravlngNew Westminster on
MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
At 7 a.m.'    Returning on' Wednesdays
and Saturdays .
Jly8!tc
OAPT. INSLEY, Master.
^
&C0.
MANHFACTOBERS AND DEALERS IN
ll-)XljLi«_NJ»iQE FUBNITURB.
REMOVED
av-To shop lately, occupied by Mr. Darcy,
y nlji Columblastreet. *\ ■•'
ball'and examine our stock and prices
before busing.   We can't be |iNDEIML»
ln the city.  lupalrlngofall kind, neatly
dono. W. PROTHERO A 00.
selSto
P.PBEBLEa
•JlW. HECKLEY
i Contract Work; Agrloultural
Implements, and everything In the
Mae' ' "-- ■-•■-■-•
In ail.lUbranchce. Farmers'.Loggers'
Mill and" ■--*-• '—- -■
"mplen        .„.
blacksmith line, made to order.
Having secured flrat-clniir workmen, we
feel confldent of giving satisfaction.
a_r Horse-shoeing a specialty.
OwllySKo]   cojuaaiA Si„ New West.
Bnonl llonbudin 1
•     !        ttjj
A large Assortment of       *
PRY QOODt^1
-AND-
GROCERIES
'•i   AiWAYsbNHJkit-},'
-Ha-jr'and Feed
'J 'VWWsbALB'AND RETAIL.
W» ran two Mags' dally,e«oeptSunday«„
*» Port Mooily, oarrylngH.M.S.*nalll.',.    |
Asuo'llqliorortobsccolausedwecoitby
temperate habit, and careful economy
serve the public at especially low ratos.
PaOR^KE,
PKACTICAL
COtUMBIA SUHI,     K» WESTMINSTER,
•f PMlte caaalaakaai A Ct.
- SNH-OriUHftWATCH.
aa-LATE MANAGER FOB SAVAGE A
LYMAN, MONTBB Ali
Chronometers, Repeiten, Clirono-
graphen, ind all Ine Watch
l\MM0fmiMi.
.    . .   .   \    ..; .   J .,',1^,'.
4NY ONE HAVING WATCHES whieh
have been Injured by incompetent
oh rooalrers ean b. mnde equal to new
•gain. JEWELRY ot all kind, marie and
repair*!. All work warranted; charge,
moderate. Batltar
[.WKLRYofall
All,work wai	
.  E_t'raate.glvciifreeofclmrgo,
■tjpS^WALTaAS, EUI-, aad atket
ssfe
.DIES' SOLID 19 CARAT OOLD AM-
OAN steS1wi!nhiW WATOHM,
rale timekeeper.,JB6; usual price, (Vi.
"*%W
(RE AR -MERCHANTS' .hftVARE)
'   MANUFACTURERS,
—AltD-
UPHOLSTERERS
Siring ai< Wool MaltrcMM and
Btddtag always ei bin«.
HAVE ON HAND THE
-UKttEST AND BEST HTOCK OF MIE
NITIVE ON TBE MAINLAND.
nanlware Bedroom  Suites,  In Atb*
Cherry, Walnut, or Mnhoga**f.
Estimates for Offlee and Store FHtlnga.
An experienced upholsterer haa been
engaged by the firm, who are now pre-
- ired to do all kinds of work ln the up-
"' ■ "-V tT\,    djlyatc
SPENOE'S BRIDGE. B. 0.
-W15.BBGT9 INFORM YOU-,THAT
*• • we have leased the Morton Home
at Bpenoe's Bridge trom Mr. Murray and
that It Ib newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We woultl respectfully ttoltolt
your patronage and we promise if yon
will favor us with it to do-all we can to
satisfy you In every respeot. Mrs. Held,
who has had much experience, will nt-
tendlothGcullnni7dcpftrtmenL ',
I We remain,'yours respectfully,
JeSSmfi ■.' t . REID A NEFF.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVIMG-TAKEN POSBESBION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the •: I'
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aacommodate the traveling publie
Board per day	
"     " week
Single Meals.	
Beds.;. ,- .'..:
...4100
...SOO
■OLOood accommodation for Ladies and
families. myflto
E. HUTCHERSON,
, NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladneh's Landing, B. 0.
mHE
1   fc
ttiatli
HE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TOiIK-r
form the people of British Columbia
 -.he has established a Nurseryat Ladner's Landing, and  is prepared to fll*
ing, and
fur; Frnlt
all orders for Fruit trees. Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Frutts,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown ac*
cording to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training ln the business, aha havlnt   '
having a
vltjlshls
-jmanent stake ln the country.. _
Interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and alt orders .will bave
his personal attention.
aul2to E. HUTCHERSON.
C.
HAVING TAKEN ..  .
Lnndbom's Building, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tilton),
IS NOW READY
to serve liis customers and, everybody
with as good a stook as a man wants td
select from, -    "
Dry   GtMtis,   Groceries*   Provlsloiu,
Crockery, -filasiwurt, Boots, Jet,
Borne und see the new place, and let us
know what you thick of lt
dwoclMc
c. Mcdonough.
"BLUE STORE"
uKUoffBiie."
TO THE PUBLIC
0W1NO1; Itf :.TH]
ctemmih tha
received at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, during the last
year, the Board of Directors find it necaa*
sary to appeal to the publio for assistance. In view ot the uct that the dis.
bursements for the last aix months have
been In excess of the revenue, and that no
public subscriptions bave been solicited
mmuosBmS^i
Mr, W. H. Keary vill penonally out-
vase for subscriptions.
0. E. CORBOOU),'
t a m, tnt m. jt. m   JteMmt.
New «'•'., Sept '-* |U(.  »>»29ni5 ._.
j ■' -.. j   :"  ,'i"i rt*
THe Gilts Go^tf>a.n^
respectfully hnornlJ
the Public that they
are prepared to do
BbYwANtebi
m
at his offloe.
rl.llJ
WATCHES
1 Im Miertmetttf American Bll-
Ter Witches, pat dust-proof cases.
rint-tl>»« SwUl Wlttbe*, from 88
upward,
CLOCKS
A large uiortnnt *t 8-dajr Striking Clocks, mth cathedral gong;
solid walnut cases; latest design..
Alio; Setk Tko-AW'
Clocka.
Klckle AUrm
«arAHICE ASSORTMCMT OF JEWELRV;-^-*
n>e Wltek »r|i.lrln« a spreUlly.
        rleS.
All
Work WarraMtr
* sa-Hcmtmbrrr the   plncc-tho "Blue
St-mJ.'!,. -   i '
IP. 8*tI»8H.>,
dwaulyl        Columbia Bt,, Jlew West.
K8IABL18HED 1859.
pBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Seirlj Oppoilte the Colonial letel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ntllE LARORST AND  CHOICEST
■ J.   a.iortm.ut of all dworipttons of ;
MEATS AND V|«TABLES
Constantly on hand, and .opplWd to Fam.
L0WE8T I'OSSIHL? PKICB8.1
•l_l       • "JI-    '' I S-'i.   •        wipB-)ilw.wmfyTg'll'tM****TST i
possible* ratteS COtlSlS-;, OI(-,.^«-tni!Mt-. Md.StJ*^»+oaU atthe
tent with good work-
mafflship.r  *
A "supply bt FIX-
TUM1S. ^ILOBES,
&c.,^ow; od hand.
t^-Orders may be left tit
tt»e Company's Office, Hoi;
broo^Btj-.^ l^n^^at
RAND BROS.
J, L. STAMFORD,
Una Reglstrj Ordinance. 18T0
\, ..Mlvlrled kalt.ri.1 da.«, HMHjk v,
r»rt .r DhtrM IM So. IM, la Ike
Clly tr t'aarmver.
IEAS THB OEnTIFICATE OP
I. ol ncorml  Knyuooil lo the
1 haa bosn lo.t or
lon lifts Imicii mrloc
liven that a
« IsncUIn
-reft.uhless
•ory within
r Notice Is therefore liorehy
Ireeh Oertltloale of Title will
lieu of lhat so tost or de.tr
cause to showb tq the conl
one month from dnte.'
v    pc*,iftyBejlsU»r.
T_nd ReglHtry Ofllce,
Nm Westminster, mil Ock, 1.80.
. , ..:. , doggrol.      ■,
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   BOYS  WANTKln AT
i once to Mil the Dally untumhlau.
FOR SALE.
THE LBA8E, FIXTURES AND BTOC'K
of tbat  well-known  Variety Btore
next the Holbrook House, Front Street,
doolSto
Farm for Sale!
A N IMPROVED FAUM FOR HALF.
J\ cheap, and on eaa>* tt-rniK, with or
without tiie itock.
M. NICHOLSOKi'
dwoo7te .. Mount Lehman P. 0.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tie IANQ-
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill In
good order. Kor particular, apply on tbe
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Hessrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc -tHELMCK-SN, Vlctorls.
F>
FOR   RENT.
IROM THE FIRST OF KOVEMBER-
. an 8-roometl House on Ajpieit Street;
Also—From the Fint of  December-a
large Store, with basement, on Columbia
Btreet, centrally situated.
Apply to
. , HENRY V. EDMOlpB,
doc23tc LandAgent.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated om Provost street, between Mary oud McKenzie streets, now
In the occupation ot Capt Grant; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.        ■
Valuable City Lots.
Farms nenr City. .*      :
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bay.
60 acres ot Land at "Whonock Railway
Station.
74 acres of valuable Land j) miles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords ot Cellar could be cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITONPRIGH,
Je23tc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR_SALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
O Landing, on the Tronic Wagoti
Road; two other roads runnlngthrouf h
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
deiltc, Ladner'a LandlnK.B.C.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TO	
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONTSTREET, Off.C.P^N.WHAOT.
dseatc
-fcTOTIO-EL
WHERE AS I HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of all tlie personal estate, effect, ond credits, Including book
debt, and all other otiose, ln action due
or accruing due to William Isaac of Port
Hammond, by virtue of an order In tbe
Couaty Oourt of Viotorin, dated tbe list
day ol September, 1886, all persons an
hereby warned from receiving. Ukinr Into po.Hs.lon or holding any of the .aid
.stale, or from paying to the said William
l_a.es, hia agent, or Krvanti, any monies, or from disposing or ln any dealing with ..id estate.
It Is also provided by the said onler that
nll personslndebtcd tothe said estate or
having In their possession any .fleets ot
the .aid estate (otlicr thau what ha. been
legally disposed ofl, are to pay, deliver or
acronnt tor the same to me.  i
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Sheriff.
New Westminster, &C _   __.
Oct, Sth, 1880. dwocJItc
Every Mas to Sis own Business
.A..
Apyly at Thi" om™.
IniiHlc
FET3J in.
PRACTICAl.
CHEMIST&DRUG6IST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(opp. ootosiai aor«Li.
SEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
tknlcltm' rntcrl».IOM nd Fm-
Ily tMlpMS BpMlilt-.
N   B. — Only Oenulna Dnif. tued.
Or.r twenty vjan'eiperleao..    mrSt
Public Notice
R.w IntminsUr Tui Unij.
mHR Undersigned (thanks to
I tho kindness and permission of tlie
Mayor nnd City Conn-nil) two weeks ago
re-op-ened the Puhllc Uhmry.and takes
this opportunity to otter an invitation to
residents of New Westminster to pay him
iVvlsIL  Vupersjiiisi MugnsttiiesJrom all
terfiismie WKIBk month,!* Hut^anef.as
directions nre received
vltltors, and m<
nmnonab_e.su-
ro received tor nrtrons ana
morn -will be added |n ease a
(import   Is  obtained.    The
"***.■"
papers, Ac, are puld for In advance. This
will amount to about 2 cents a day, or the
cost of en. elgar (or seven days permission
to see news, from all over the world, and
ele-guiit book* which may be ehansed
every 34 hours! There ts no compnlsTon
about (his, but those' who believo In letting tn out of the rain and who ean tn>y
a deoeiii. Are will doubtless appreciate this
lnstitution. .-adieu and strangers are free,
so doubtless all tho parties who believe In
Bluo Klbbon will i-oinu forward atonoe
and Join this attractive aflWr, both for
their own credit and that of others. Come
one, oome atl, and you will be attended to
by .one who oan soap all classes, vis.:
. Yours Rospeotfully,
New West. Ataf.ft.-MN." '        dauWfl
SH1&
...BALcJAIli NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
The White	
Contractor, Ac...
Shell Lost,	
To Dairymen	
Guns, ftc	
 (J. .1. J'olison
 0. Bil'ronhct
 Mrs. Miller
 B. H. Holding
..Scales J-J-Muthe'va
gailp glvitish Cohunbi-t..
1'nesd.y Evening, November J!. 1880.
Solid rroRi-ess.
During the past fow years the
ptbjjrtss  nnd development of tbo
,  .oity of New Westminster haa lieen
solid, substantial, nnd rapid.    In
1880 this city was not an attractive
;place, either fpr residence or business.    Property had dropped to a,
figure which made it a "drug" in,
, '  the market      Businoss  interests
were most unsatisfactory.     With
the exception of the tish canning,
there ,was not a.manufacturing industry jof any extent in operation.
The   outlook   was  not  inspiring.
When the actual work of railway
construction began, however, about
a year later, this city at once felt
the stimulating effect, and from that
time till now it has gone forward
steadily.   In  population we have
nearly doubled; our manufacturing
interests have yastly developed; the
•      volume of business has certainly increased nearly one hundred per cent.
New buildings have been erected
since 1880 to the value of  over
$350,000.   The improvements mado
lu our streets, squares, and side-
' walks have been very remarkable.
Tlie city of New Westminster today, compared with the city of 1880,
presents a contrast of very conspicuous  and   unmistakable  improvement.   Then we had only two mails
a week from the, east by way of Victoria, and two mails a week from
tlie  settlements  along  the   river.
Now there is a daily service both
ways, and eastern mails reach us a
day sooner than they reach Victoria.    Then we had no telephone
system; oiir streets were-jnly lighted to a limited extent with coal oii;
our telegrraph connections were far
less perfect than they now are; we
had   no railway connection, and
p(-"there was not a foot of railway on
the', mainland of British Columbia.
.  |    One of the lirst steps taken in advance was a change in the mail arrangements.    "Che service via Victoria connecting with the east Was
. made a tri-weekly service, and as
'      oar mails came over the Northern
Pacific road the improvement was
an event of considerable importance.
...,     Then through the enterprise of our
CC citizens tho New Westminster _.
Port Moody Telephone Oo. was organized, and the city was after a
while covered with a network of
telephone wires, branching out to
both Port Moody and Vancouver.
Telegraph connection was also secured witli Port Moody, Ladners,
and some other places, and the office
.   here was made a night office.   The
completion of the 0. P. R. to Port
Moody and the opening of it for
traffic this year produced the most
striking changes of all.   It changed
our tri-weekly mail to a daily; it
brought within six miles of us the
western terminus   of the greatest
railroad on the continent, and it reversed the order of things which had
up to that time forced all outside
,'   traffic to go andcome bywayof
Victoria     The people of this city
,.   Jiay.e.'npt been idle spectators of these
great changes.    Forseeing the im-
'       portance of having railway connec-
iVjrJlJkipii t5»ith ,the Q. SJi, B.| muh of our
citizens several years ago obtained
from  the provinoial legislature  a
charter empowering them to construct a railway from New Westminster to Port Moody, or to some
point on the main line.   It was pro-
*Tp I posed that (hit line should be built
"in the Interest1 of the city, and it
-, ., was believed that tlio necessary funds
might be raised in London.    When
Mr. Van Horne visited us, however,
i   he promised that his company wonld
bring either a branch of its road
.,      or the main line to this city if satisfactory arrangements oould be made,
and declared that the special char-
"  ttr was not'needed, as the syndicate
■'■" had poWer under its own charter to
construct branch lines.   The city
^."j-okifrij'aoceptcd gladly tbe over-
^ *" AlfcHf the'Syndicate, and negotiations liave been going on ever since
^..^^^..yi^.to.thejjipeedy comple-
.    tion of the road.   Our readers know
already how often discouragements
-   and embarrassments have presented
themselves during  these years of
'■'     pending negotiations, and that sev-
r       eral times the success of the scheme
! ,'   has almost been despaired of.'   But
,:;    the reward of persistent efforts in
.   tlie face of great dilficulti&s oame to
.   «s yesterday in the form of a rail
way train direct from Montre.l to
our vory doors!    Tlie shades of tlie
;,..   Jp>ast liayp lifted, ;TodtiyJthec%6f
■y'n : New Westminster is a modern city,
.',''.   ' possessing almost every resource for
ni  .   trade and comfort enjoyed by the
■'■': i    largest cities in the country.   We
""';"' h%V*|,'i'«n amplQ telegraph and telephone service; we have daily mails
from the east, and from Victoria and
,,;.','   theUnited States;, we haven daily
train which connects us with all the
:'tjjs";';*J|ilway systems of the continent;
"      we have the gaslight in our streets,
:^     our business plaoe* and our homes;
' ami last, but not* least, we have the
pASVi  Columbian,  gathering up
■Mv,- day bf telegraph and teltphonv.
by means ot'.its reporters arid
spoudents, ttt, news of  the
world and placing It »v«ry afternoon
'PN ■ '* Writ, » constantlic iiicreatirig circle
of readers. Pirinoers nnd people
who have grown up with the city
may well wonelcr.ttt tliese changes,
and at the marvelous developments
of the passing yenr. This is tr|dy
an em of progress, and of that **ro-
grcss .thacity of New-Westminster
has taken its full share.
To Dairymen and Families
E
Oil SAI.E-1 MILCH COW; nour civlv-
luir. Applyto
B. H. HOLDING,
South Sea Shell Lost.
A LARGE -SOUTH SEA CLAM SHELL
JX wjth a iinlntlne partly exeotiteil on
It, wan lout ut the lato tite, Il belongs to
Mm. Miller, who Will be exceedingly
grateful to any person who will leave It at
this ollice or nt tho residence of Mr.
Briggit- Iloyal Avenue. ilno'-ts
D. B. PROPHET,
Contractor and
Builder.
Jobbing of ull kinds promptly attended
to. Estimates famished ou the shortest
notice. Address ■-McKenzik 81-., next to;
Drill Shed. dno2tc
GUNS,BIFLES,
AMMUNITION,
Reloading Tools,
Pishing Tackle, &c. A ^
British Columbia Milling and
mining company (Limited).
ASSESSMENT NO. 8.
iXTOTIOE IB HEREBY GIVEN, tt»t*u
iy Auessment of ONE CENT per share
has been levied upon the members of thc
above Company, payable at the Company's ofllce (new Bunk of Brllish Columbia building, Govern ment fttreet-Vlctorlft).
The stoek on which the above assessment remains unpaid after the lst day of
November next, shall from and after that
date be deemed delinquent.
Dated 28th September, 1886. ..
By order of the Directors.       i
W. MONTEITH,
dwocr-mi ' Secretary;
ITO-RTH
MHE
OOlvCCF-A-liT-Sr
Capital, $3,000,000;   losses
Paid, $18,000,000
BrtnMUhea -sl«»o»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Kinks promptly taken, ami Lotos
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R.PEARSON,
<loc7tc (B.C.8.4P.C0.) AGENT.
SPECIAL  PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
We are prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
COBSKB CHURCH 4 COLUMBU ST8.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.      '''
The New dun Store. dnoStc
1*-EE XI
WHITE
IS RING!
500,000 NOW IN USE
And bearing the IJighest Testimo-
'   ninls from all who use them.
GUARDIAN
Insurance p$
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
[KIIAEIY)
ESTABLISHED 1621
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T.R, PEARSON,
doc7to       (a O. S. 4 P. Co.) AGENT.
US. UK,
GENERAL
The Cheapest and Best Machine in the Market.
Call and examine them  before goinft
elsewhere, nt   ■ .
Chas. J. Robson's
FRUIT STORE,
Opposite Colonial Hotel. dno'.Hc
REMOVAL
fpHB VN-OKHftlONED WILL, AT THE
JL   end of month move Ilia but-lnesi..nto
Wintemute'fi new Hiill-lii--.-, opposite Lytton Square, nml now oflt-n* his stock of
Furniture at or bolow coot.    Come buy,
JOHN Z. LORD,
Columbia Street,
Adjoining DlckliiHon'H Meat Market.
New WeHtm I lister, Nov. 1.1880.  dnolml
C0STIVENESS
affect, seriously all tho digestive, and
MBlmilatlvo organs, Including tbo Kid.
neys. When these organs aro ,o affected,
■■--•■-      - •■ *, from -   - -    -  -
thoy tall to extract from tlio blood tbo
nrlo acid, which, carried through tho Hr-
cnlntlon, causes Rheumatism and Neu-
Tbo functions of tho Liver are 'alio
alfcctod by cojtlvcncs», causing
Bilious Disorders.
Among tho warning symptom, of BlHons-
ness arc -.allien, iMMliiwrs, Hciulacke,
Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness. of Sklu, Pains lu tho Side,
Back and' Shouldm, Foul Motftli, Furred
Tongue, Irregularity In the action of tbe
lioweli. Vomiting,otc. ...,,,, ,,. ' /-
: The Btomac-t suffers wheu tlio bowel,
aro constipated, aud Migration or
Dyspepsia,
follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Pains,
Headache, Acidity of the Stomach, Water,
brash, Nervousness, aud Depresslon.aro all
evidences of tho presence of this distressing nial«ilv. A Sure Relief for Irregii-
lantlcs ot the Stomach and all consettnent
dlicascs, will bo found In tho use Of
AYER'S PILL8.
Tbey stimulate the stomach, free the
bowels, healthfally Invigorate the torpid
Uver and kidneys, ami by their cleansing,
«^toW«rasS'
It to a salutary and normal condition.    "
rniFAMSBT      ,-
tSSt. i, O, Ayer A Co, I-tiw«U, M«_u.
Bold by all Dni-itliu.
COMPLETE STOOK K)F
GROCERIES
-AT	
BOTTOM  PRICES!
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY
dw-jlySlte
»®*THAT^«r
WAN3K
nm
■■ ■ ■   I-' '*•"• '»>•
A Newlap!
$1.25"-<*'*£- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
_.i.,V„1(.roC* (
.TOST I8SUKD BY
-_Msn__a
________m___m
HOUSE!
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW, MMCHANDISEj
Ifl    ;''.;:-T*r!<:PNSISTING0F **'"   '"' ; "'''!"   J'i  '' OJ
Millinery, Dress Coods, Cottons, Sheet-
3   w    ings^ Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies'and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
:,-.,j_ and Cloaks.
''*' "The _ifillin-fyl3't.'li(i(iiteit and largest Stook on the Mninlmi   No
lieeft*) gota.VietoriK.'ii.'J.i     ' :', i'T'  ' .''
,   DKESS GOODS in the new materials and shades for the season.
:n.T..*i)7
ST_B$M'**4
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
Oi information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Provinoe.
The new Map shows the i latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the O. P. R. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
HJBUSHED BY   ,t
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VIOTORIA.
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
apftttc' lute '-i
TENDERS   FDR
c. r a. ST^idii
mENDERI. ARE ASKED UP TO NOON
Saturday, 6th Nov.,
For'tbe erection of Rotation at lhe June*
tion of tlio New Westminster Brnncli with
tlio main line. ,].„
Plans anil. KpeclHcallons oan he seen at
tbis offliri'.  , *   " i
H. ABBOTT,   '-'■—■
Oon'l BO*)t. -
Port Mooily, Oot. SOth, 1880. dnoltcl
We call attention to the famous SEA SERCE, which we
have at various prices—37 lc, 50c, 62Jc. and 75c.; cannot he spoiled hy
rain, and even though soaked ih" sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the pEIOINAIi COLOR.
,     The tiENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with Tle8, Bra-
CeS, ShirtS, SOClCS, AC., '"l(1 a new '""l fashionable stook of
Men's Hats, &c.      __^___  ■_ -.- _
, iw/oefite , ■, BK_«_IT_-wasil_,
'. I  it r"i i" ■ "   -     ■"■■'■■■■    -.   ■ ii j. -..■    . ■ ■■    ,__,
ALEX. HAMILTON
STONECUTTER,
TJ AS SEVERED 'ALL CONNECTION
JI   with John Mortimer, ot Victoria,
ana undertaken to furi-luli
All kinds bf Monumental Work
AT REASONABLE R'A'TES.
Also.'takcH contracts for Mason Work,
ln all Its branches-.
Agent for neller'H Stucco Centerpif c«t
A Brucketitn
P. O.-Box 135, New WcHtmlnnter.
TO THK ELECTORS OF
New Westminster District.
-At flio,'pftmeit request
mik
'GEJfT^_S_IEtif. „.         . . .
of ulurgP nnntlwrof the-ftleotor-iof thin
District, I have consented to come forward
est, candidate to nil tho vacancy In the
Dominion House of Commons occasioned
by the lamented death »( yonr late repre-
sontatlve, Mr. Homer. At ait early date I
Bhall publish my address and make ap*
pointmentfl to rucot you at various places
throughout thp District for. the purpose of
discussing some Import nnt puhllo questions.
_ , ,        Your Obedient Servant, ,
doclflto,    TH0MA8C0NNINGHAM.
PACIFIC
Instrumental asd Vocal
A..5
ceTvoa
a DOAK HAS ARRIVED PROM
"■e East, and In now prepared to re-
limited number of pupila. instru
mental, |B per month. Vooal,75c.ales8on,
strictly In advance. Apply, from 9 to if
turn., 2 to 4 p.m. Corner of Columbia aud
Church Sts. .    .       • ocl2dlm
The Shuswap and Okanagan Ball-
wajCompanj.
TAKE NOTICE THAT A GENERAL
meeting of the subscribers to the
capital stock of the Company will be held. ■
at tho offlce of Messrs. Davio A Pooley,
I_anc)ey Street, Victoria, on Saturday
the mli day of November next, at rJ
o'clock noon. ;
By Order of the Provisional Dlteoton of
the Company,
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
•Dated 17th day of Ootober, 188(1. docttm
PEEBLES lilECKLEY
Have received direct from Quebeo a
large consignment of
SPRING   MATTRESSES,
THE MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
CLEAN ARTICLE
Which Is manufactured.  Can be taken
apart and packed ln& small space. doclSm
Re-Opening!
'F
thirst
f
■:.   ■■
Union Restaurant
_.    COLOMBIA STREET,.
NEWWESTMINSTER, B. t;
Oysters In any 8tylftj    fv
Board bythe Day or Week.
■ ■ Under the present management every-
tlilntwlll belounil llrs'-class, anil prlras
ure extremely low.
dmiim:i E. H. BARKER. Vasv,
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
tlitsi and Rrrecllcstlonii tor all
kinds or Bnlldlngs cure- ''
fally Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLT ASD CARKFUJ,-
'   ■-•'■   " tY feXECCTi-D.        :•„,,,
'' Att order, left ,t Osuideot Hotel, or at
the shop ol W. Johnson, ColumW street,
will recelf e prompt attention. Your fa-
vor solicited. . jefltb'- {'
cmr SCAVENGER,   '
18 JitOV!  PtlfetiAjlBIl TO "-ifBMOVK
iflihtBMl, Dry Rubbish, elc.    1   r,.
All orders promptly executed at reason-
tblemtw.        .  .2,,_llilTH,
REMOVAL.
fllart
AND BROS. HAVE TAKEK OFPI0B8
j on the corner of Maekonsle and
Jlarkson Hlreets.on* block above Columbia Ht,, where they are now prepared1 to
nnenrl to busloew.    .       __        doc.te
JLm-^—S*S—i JL,
MANUFACTURERS& IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,' i f
 Jlxp-fsss Wtigon^-i
DelivWy Wagons,
^ISD'iri&Miiges,
fop Buggies,     ; ;.,;
:        Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
;   Butcher Carts,
.Ofl-rts,..,
I>tunp Carta,
,    s'. ■: Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN  THE;*
VEHIOUi UNE.
' We1 have a' Urge stock of most .of
the abovo articles on hand, also a large
■took qf Wagon and.Carriage Material,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.
RepMMng. Fltlntln*; Is Trimming
done iit reaapnahlo prices.
if
J S MANSON,
Oolumbia St.
New WesUMiister, B. (..
OOMMER2IAL
PRINTING
Every Description
PKijMPTLY EXEC-OTKD
FIRST--CLASS STYLE
U
HI    nA8 OPENED A SHOP ON
m..c ir m\j,w:,wwe e d,
tint Door lo the Right from Columbia
Street, and will have always on hand
,   a full aiaortment of    .    J'    *
..   ^tJD,A^* REASONABt^ PRICES. ,
A PERFECT  FIT
Quiuwitwdih Every Case.    ■
<Hoc8to
In all its Branches,
We are also manufacturing aiid selling
■Wie'CelebiBtetii;'*i'-.;[(f|'f|[ *,        -U^ ■
j tlCTOB HAT ^Wfl PBBiS,
At reduced prioes.   It U the. best and
cheapest Press tii the market./
tarWe have got tbe best workmen to be
.... _, .„. ■•—• we Import nearly
i^eeqijr-flonsa-
-wardei) by leaving It at this Offlce.
to
had In Vie country, apd we Import nearly
all the slock.we u{J^^,TOm,w•e"^*Hl,>,1""-
nucnlly we can offer li|ilucoracii)« tu por-
tllmsors Unit we oould hot have done ,ome
lime ngo. All matefiai ibtTwork leaving
thc shop will be .unranteod tobe Jdrtaa
reprcsiinlcil. Orders froth the country
promptly uttehile'd to. I. .■
dwoc'ml ACID & OURRIE.
ConMeratton Ufe
"association!    ■
.':         'j     ;   I (*J
Onaraatee Carllal •        ...»I,H»,««»
Full 6dv*m't 1)e^osit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
't HOlfcBMPANY,
BillHeadiJ,
Circulars:
i
Posters,
Thii. Association  merits ihe
confidence the Public is repos^
ness In Canada,
I'll**'-■-  	
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken, i Agricultural Implement, niado and repaired, and all kinds
madetororder. .'.'   ..   .,..,;.,        *qKACTS*-'*J '*'!.'-'*' fs
Hom-SBoMitR an* General
JottMn-*. •'''-: "'■'
. Wo also keep in sljcck to supply the
trade; Trim, Sfisel, Chain,; 'OhWurtWul
Coal, Him, and'OtBhnrs, Harrows,
Iron anil Steel HatTovy.Tertli, Carriag
BprinKB and Ax|cs, ami a complete ,tOCl
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything In our line
will And by inspecting our stock that
tke*' dun't require to. go to .Victoria to
get what the; w«n«;for tHey can get a
~ir|*-:art-ol«^: ^fjaaonablejjjli!*
rolders Is
ry »hy Company-d^ng bu-4.
_ has noMhe'meso*. Inrarauce, Mt the
well-estnbltlhed lines, hence the pAltoy
nioldersenntlotbe.misled as to their eon-
raota. tftSPI
< Ita siatementa to IM publie cap Iii read-,
ily understood, Its cash statement showing every. Hem of Income and how eipen-
Ita position isiutcertaluedunnuallyfrba.
a dotailed valuation In Whioh every Item
of liability Is Included.       ,
It* progreas has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada. ,,...,,
' l(a policies are tbdlsputahU after lh__«
years, and non-forfeiuhle alter two yeani.
8xl,Snee.'." ■'   r"   'rj-
' Ita prodta are distributed upon an equitable basis. The proflU to «ne class of
Icy holders are uot lessened to iin
-S.01J-S tM-B j-*^-- -nbs, vfileh
 —-Is SOpeM advantag.. Ater
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal emmtas* n tt BeMewwnM
- Tnvcl.
J. K. MacDONALD,.'
■J.   MansglngDlreotor.
Agents, Mew WestmlniUl       : ■ ■
Jrt-tan-alwni»U.
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And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
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,Uft FAOIHTIK8 FOR „ .
JBiJli.-ll.   j. j lr,.).j Oil
Jt^'tUh-si^'tSm'is- ay WMreatak
liUment di the M-J>i'l!tnd, and our prices
will compare lavorajdy w|t|i tho_e ol,
V*0l4*l..> ,:.     y.,i:   \f   ').„\    ■■•
Done on the PrMnisea,
Wf Uy«.»„llr«t.olM. .ftutiujo UA
CHINK, and are prspared to rule al
tladtof lonns*»»rd»r. ir J.H8U
Lul ui.l n  Ji ISO!   ravo
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THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
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At the Company's Bteam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Delivered ln the City dally.. .360. per week
Mailed dally, one year • 10.00
Hailed dally, six months  5.60
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T»mili«tAdMrtUem«ti.-Pirfltinie^
tion, 10 ets. per line solid nonpareil; each
tjubsequent consecutive ln8ertfon,2ct«. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 ots. perllne eaeh Insertion.
Bundle Adverthei
*|2 per month: 3 Ins. 9,1; H coUsS); H col!
|0.75-1 col. 116. H inserted (or less tfian 3
mos. 10 per cent-, will be added.
Special Helices among reading matter,
20 ots. per line eaoh insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, lOets.
per line.
Births, Marriages nnd Deaths, |1 (or each
wasmWMvtosr'Wi
Auction sales, whendlsplayed,char||dj
_fr per cent, less than transient advla, IP
solid, charged at regular transient rates."
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THE WEEKLY (Stfl-OMSlAN
Issued every BaMnlay Morning,
Delivered In the City, per year.
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is. per line.
 „ Advertlse»se»ts.-For 1 Ino*.
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perm.; lool.l
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u.u; . iuH.9. uvr.u., ._.* -»™
to these rates. ^-Byxfwi x ,,,..*
Speoial notices among reading matter,
cts. per line eaeh insertion.
«**«Wl©*a"
, InserteilWeTthertiAiMfor less than $1.
11»9*B jtrttigh Colttmbiap
Tarsda; Bvenlig, Navensber >.
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ST.
For Udi**:'8i-s*i«oi('*«Bi'»t the,
Bon Msrohe. doc26wl
The Churehman't fifoalfe for No-
A fine auortnent ol ladies'oash-
more jerseys at the Bon Marohe.    .' ,
. ,   ,   m duc26wl
['* Tto'fili--A Selection of Hatannd Caps
in the city will bo found at tho Bon
Marche. doo28wl.,c
New styles in Mantle Cloths for
> winter wear now opening at Jas. El-
,'.ia___fcCo_xria jaij-jiuj .twastj*':..
i     A choice lot of fur goods for  ladies
and' gentlemen mky be seen at the
; ^ J-fcrplie.   ...   ■ :   d28olw,,,.
'"' A Site assortment of Carpets and
, Carpet Squares just arrived at Jas.
[ Ellard ft'floV"' doolStai
,    A splendid assortment of  Gehta-
Underwear at astonishing low prices at
\ the Bon Marche. doo28w!.
Por.Sato-'Hotel doing a good
Apply   at
Commohb Election.—We are antlio^
ind to state thatMr. Donald Chisholm
ia in tiie field as a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
late'lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoc25tc
■ —i «,       ...
A Good PaPee.—We are receiving
from all quarters expressions of satisfaction at the Weekly Columbian.
Subscribers are greatly pleased with
it, and do not hesitate to say so. If
those who take an interest Ib the
paper -fish, to give a practical turn to
their good wishes they may do so by
recommending it to persons with
whom they come in contact. To all
nsw subscribers who pay $2 for 1886.
thfe Weeldy will be sent for the balance
ef this year free; i. e., $2 will pay
from the present time to the 31st De-
(toilwrrj' 1887. Any person getting up
a dub ef 5 new subscribers and sending lid will be entitled to receive an
extra copy free. In all eases no charge
will be made for the balance of this
year.      ....     , , to.
...   UTI 1    ■.,,,.''■    '
■ Trial proves- that "honesty is the best
polioy In medicine aa well as in other
things. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a genuine
preparation, ana unequalled blood purifier, decidedly superior to all others.
I business; cheap,
mole,
1 Turner * Oamnl
J *%»jeji;JBl*(**'{i
odds?
jyHkc
rn'a hard and
nd-American
Ties, at Ellard A Co's. dool8tc
Owing to the press of matter, a copy
pf this evening's. Daily Commbuk
:^fe,»**'^ wh
Water lots are in  demand.   Two
parties who intend to build  wharves
applied for lots at last night's, meoting of the city oouncil.    '*   '        «•!
The gas lights last night   were ej-
ipsly. satisfactory for lirst trial. The
rMMw smmM¥^^>
improve for several days. «
We should have stated yesterday
that the honor of turning on the gas
bmmffl-ffi-ti^ZL
Before deciding on tho plan of your,
MU house .K*k uytr the latest arohiteo*
HM1 d*dgns st T-W.' Hill's office, MoKensle st„ and combine economy with utility
aad beauty, ,. jtMtmi. >„dw-*13te' .
)A,iiM*l»W*»d(P*|i..»rito-vj^ Surrey wishes to know why. the, publio
school at Hall's PrairW h*s beta
closed. We do not know, but perhaps
the trustees could tell. *,-'
Attention is dlreeted to the advertisement of Scales & Mothews, dealera
te_p$te-if^i_i.i-^i_eR m
anything in the mechanical line.
I'i'MfJM cbnilgiiiiient'ol:-»htie Sawing machinsa.tai main* by Mr. 0.
J, Robson yesterday, This is the second consignment of that very popular
lar machine received within a Mel
'*WsW..'.:u'f inl slu»aA '--' t
It is announced that Ool. Ingersoll,
|the'-feath-ortJenTGranl", .nTl. is;de-
[ veloping so rapidly as to give indica.-',
[tions that he cannot live beyond a few
I months.
[ jjiundrtdsol'fefcirt'fiub. those using
I Ayer's Hair Vigor attest Its value as a
I-«-t*-t* ef ,rky hair to iU natural color.
I As a stimulant and tonic, preventing and,
[ often curing hMittt, aid cleansing abb,
k soothing the scalp, Its use cannot bt too'
[dtep«iy-*fto*iiil.«dWI.
I The Horns Life and the Pearl are
two oeV*'( MbBlMjl i pidbliMttons just
1 In New York by the Home Ufa.
, st-log 0)„ 130 Charlton street.'
initial numbers are very neatly
fprinted, and, the , illustrations He
Ireally MJtUlW.; Horns __i*V 1i 11 a year,
| and the PMr! is 26-Mntor
The Weekly Columbian will be on
| sale atr-ther book stores tn'-raorrow
[morning. It,will contain a desorip-
[ tfali.]-Ute.I«*(f-W*)ukan aoooui
.j,.,,-,.... | Personal.
Mr. J. O. Calhoun, of Ladners, is in
the oity, to Jay. fj -;,  '.' '•
Mr. Sandford left this morning for
his home in Hamilton, Ont.
Mr. S. Y. Wootton of Mr. Davie's
law office, Victoria, is in town.
Mrs. j Fagan and daughter were
among bo-day's arrivals in the city.
Mr. J. J. O'Farrel, formerly mail
clerk on the C.P.R. eaat of Winnipeg,
arrived here to-day.
'' Bey, Dr. Eby, who has spent several
years as missionary in Japan, is expected to arrive in this city next week,,
and will deliver an address,
The Eight Ker. Bishop of New
Westminster and Mra. Sillitoe expect
to leave this oity to-morrow for England. They go via the C. P. R., and
expect to be absent ,at. loast sii
months, The object of the bishop's
visit is to raise funds for carrying on
the. worjt of the Ohuroh of England in
this diocese. We hope the trip may
be pleasant and in every way satisfactory. ' '•' :
,, Registered at tho Colonial to-day:
Jaa. Ooiderwood, Victoria;; Jas.
Mouree, Vancouver; E. R. Bunell,
Vancouver; T.F.Sinclair, Port Haney;
Q.;S«-nitn, N. A.; H,G.Walker, Vioj
S. Yl Wootton, Viotoria; Jno. M.
Taggat, Prince Albert, N. W. T.; "M:
jMdfSe, Princo Albert, N. W. T.-JJ.
A. Campbell, Cascade, B. O.; J. J.
O'Fnrrell, Winnipeg; Mrs. Fagan and
ELECTORS
 OF—
9bw Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.—Asa successor to your
late representative ln the Commons will
soon liave to be elected, I hereby announce myself % candidate tor tbe position.
I purpose publishing an address In
which I will give my views on tbe most
Important questions afltotlng your Interests, and will visit the different settlements and address the eleetors before
election day,
In Politics, lam and wilt be thoroughly INDEPENDENT. *
Yours respectfully,
dwooffitc T. J. TBAPP.
■ the opening of the New Westmi
;»iu,CiiMt-wi..
f bo a good number to ssnd away.. The
weekly is JWe(per copy; the daily fc-fif
k per copy.
i Grant brought down from
... M** of potatoes and oats
on tha ranch ol his firm at
(Ml*)**"8|l-l**.;«M '«i*."o»t' straw
". meuures over sii feet in length and ia
A Fine Settlement.
From Mr. J. 0 Calhoun, who is in
the oity to-day, we learn some facts
respecting the condition and prospects
of the .fine farming region in the neighborhood of Ladners. - Mr. Calhoun
himsolf has 860 aores on the fiats, of
wliioh 600 acres were this yoar under
cultivation. The product jb about 200
tons of grain (wheat, oats ahd barley),
40 tons of bay, and a large quantity of
potatoes and root crops,.. Land there
is capable of producing qnonjlouB crops
-when brought into thorough cultivation. First-claas land will average 1}
tons of grain to- the aore, over 3 tons
df hay, and about 400 bushels potatoes. Mr. Calhoun saya he has seen
27 tons of potatoes taken off an acre
where1 the land was well drained and
cultivated. In his own field this season ho woighed the produot of one
hill of potatoes aid found it to be
12 pound*.. He has grown mangolds
weighing 83 lbs. with topi and roots
off, and turnips that weighed 24 lbs.
An experiment in raising fall wheat
haa- bom suooeasfully made; and this
■tall our informant sowed 20 ncres. It
has been generally supposed that to-
nrttoes would not oome to perfection,
bit thk. Mr. Calhoun assures lis, is
quite a mistake, as very fine tomatoes
'Kaye been grown theretljis-year and
they ripened beautifuHy, It is also a
magnificent spot for all kinds of fruit.
In that region thete are' Several very
large farms, and (good deal of new
ground will be broken up this season.
.Quite a number of persons have been
endeavoring to ponlUM lands there.
Few of onr c% readen have any intelligent conception of the extent to
which farming operation, are oarried
on in. somo parts, of thia district.
From Mount Lehman.
(Correspondence of tho Columbian.!
. - Braqrobe ia rsmarkiog what an un-
uaually fine fall wa ate having. There
has been no frost yet, which is quite a
pleasant experience to new arrivals,
from the east.—Quito a number of
new dwellings have been erected here
thia-fall, and raoro,»re spoken of. Kew
settlers still continue to Souje in, and
then is abundanceof room -for more.
There are still a large number of farm-
|dg|<i|__rts ^ibh.wiUbearich reward
to those wlio win oome'first and secure them, and it is certain that Mt.
Lehman Is going to bo an important
settlement  in  the near future.—Mr.
wants'to'ba on hand tn see that the
Vaiioonver folksdon't steal the' ter*
mini!,, and has offered his (arm - here
»««lei-MeaiW;.Wliin:*-U Croii,
ofuSt, Mary's miisiort, hnve contracted
whhUlf railway Donipany to take ;put
a large number cf ties in thst vicinity.
Tlie people of the mission purposo giv-
ing-a spoial in the near future, for lhe
banafirbf the Methodist ohuroh in
that place. Quite a large number iff:
new settlertl have lately located in At
t sible tu produr
]M Wr.WlBtW.rrJSllWV.- **«
t   iW«ll»veto**ilai(>»Wg»wit_»tlinnks
laas^-^sijpira
' was grown hy Mr. Hall in hia garden,
[and has reaohed perfect maturity. The
l that Messrs. Mounce Bros., of Front
•fi'/WM'-a tHrftfoM 'these gropes on
I hand'and can supply those who \
l_htm*o}»0(*-*.«**W    Wl.15
well headed out.- It would be i*iinM-1^r^r*>.l.!TheMapleOru*-i) Dairy-
ce the superior of either log   .eta-jaoy, ol  Matsqui   east, who
some time ago bought a fine farm from
Mr. George Turner, are making great
improvements. They purposo going
eitenaivtsly into the dairying, ihusiness
.DStf sesHom^-fhej-iMtl**8' Oousihs, ol
London,flirt,, ar» visiting their bro-
ther.'Tdr V. T. S. Cousin,, of Mt.
-KeliiS',-'    ■■'-'"--- -    -''•    O.
There aro a nember of varieties pf
.corq,,, .Holjoway's Corn Cure. wffl remove any of theni. Call on yolir dniggist
f q,d get.* boftle a^ .epcfj.,,,,,..
. J. H. Earl, West ghefford, P. Q.,
writes: "I have beon troubled with liver
complaint for several yean, aad have
tried different medicines with little or no
benefit, until I triod Dr. Thomas'Eoleo-
trio Oil, which gave me Immediate relief, and I would say that I hare used it
since with the best effect. No oue should
be without it I have tried it on my
horse ln oases of cuts, wounds, Ac, and
I think It equally as gooil for horse as
for man."             ■
<•■■■<        City Council.
The regular weekly Meeting of tlie
oily counoil waa held laat evening.
Present, his worship Mayor Dickinson,
in the chair, and all the councillors excepting Boss;
COMMUNICATIONS
From E. A Jenns, applying for the
grade in bont of lots 27 aud 30 on
Agnes street for sidewalk.   Granted,
From F. J. Uren A Co., applying
for water lots 10 and 20 adjoining
Messrs. Ewen A Co., stating they were
prepared to build wliarvea thereon as
soon as the lease waa granted, also
from M. D. McLennan applying for,
water lota 19 and 26 on the usual conditions.   Matter laid  over for one
From H. Abbott, dated Oot 28th,
aa follows! "Assuming that a regular
train is but on at once, what arrangements will be made about the payment
of the subsidy"; to which his worship
had replied as follows: "The whole
matter of the payment of the subsidy
was long since arranged to the satisfaction of Drake & Jackson and accepted
by Van Horne. Our money was' in
the hank sinoe July 16th; the government also arranged about payment
with Mr. Van Horne."   Received.
OBXSRAL BUSINESS
Hia worship statod that at tho request of Mr. Stamford he went in company with Mr. Cunningham and turned
oii the gas. Tlie first test which had
been-made ot the illuminator he considered very satisfactory,
Accounts were received as follows:
Labor accounts, fllO; T. J. Trapp,
(11.40; Gillie & Gillie for constructing
afire-slip, $187.30; A. Gilmore, police
uniforms, 179.50. Referred to oommittee.
His worship referred to the council
the address of the Port Moody progress
league congratulating the city on .the
opening ofthe branch railway, thereby
connecting the deep sea and fresh
water termini, a benefit which could
not fail to be felt by both. The address, which had been replied to by
his worship, was received.
Hi* worship said that Mr. Abbott
bad asked in regard to the bonds given
to the city guaranteeing the operation
ef the railway in perpetuity that bonds
ba accepted from the railway oompany
as a corporation instead of from Messn.
W. 0. Van Horne, Donald Smith, and
Wm. Angus, members of the company.
The council was not generally favorable
to a change. Matter to be refeneed
to the city barrister;;
His worship suggested that a large
gas lamp be placed on the water front
to light the railway track along Front
street and alao to serve as a guide to
crafts on the river. Referred to light
committee.
Mr. Green, O.E., who waa'present
at tiie council applied for permission
to lay pipes along Edinburgh street to
a water tank to he ere .ted in the vicinity of the Magnone property, permission granted.
.Coun. Elliott gave notice that he
will at the next meeting of the council bring in a by-law to secure the better observance of the Sabbath, commonly called the Lord's day.
Counoil adjourned till Monday evening next. .....        .j «.-;'; '■
, What Toronto's well-known Good Sa.
marltan aays: "I have been troubled
with Dyspepsia aud Liver complatut for
over 20 years, and I have tried many remedies, but never'found an articles that
has done as muoh good aa Northrop it
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and dyspeptic Cure,'';       Ouj-a K. Ponrsn.
Press congratulations.
Dr. Milne, president ot the New
Westminster Gas Light company, returned from the mainland' lut night,
whither he had been to inspect the
operations of his company in the royal
city. He also paid a Dying visit to
Vancouver, with which city and the'
rapid progress it is making he expresses himself as truly surprised. The
terminal city is spreading out in every
direction, north and south as well as
west To-4i«y the doctor, received..a
telegram from the oompauy's manager, Mr. Stamford, lhat gSa had been
turned into the aervice mains in New
Westminster thi, forenoon, and that
to-night . the royal city will
be lighted fur the first
time by gas. It la a remarkable incident that gas light and train service
Should he insugursted on the sume
day. Long may our sister city mi the
banks of the Fraser nourish i and may
the new era du which slm tins mm entered be an epoch of great prosperity
tp her citisens generally, is Ibe sin-
csresl wish of the 3'im*-.
Trains on the Westminster branch
railway commeuced running tu-day,
arriving at 12:2S and leaving at 12:47.
We congratulate die people of the
royal city on being in active' connection with Port Muody and the east.--
Post.
... ♦ » —— ,,
Fob thi Commons.— Mr, John
Kirkland authorises u, tu stain that
ha will ba a candidate fnr the vacanoj*
in the Dominion Parliament caused by
the death of the late Mr. Bonier.
.   20ot. d&WlC J.  :      h   ,
•This Afternoon's Despatches
Special lo Ike < oluuiiilai.
BsoasiLH, Not. 1.—Five hundred
Woman dwised in mourning to-day led
* procession of 12,000 Demons gathered from the ■unrounding towns in a
funeral maroh to Oharlerot. They
carried banners inscribed with mottoes and in favor of universal -suffrage. Upon their arrival at Charle-
roi the procession was augmented by
35,000 persons. Great excitement
prevailed. A civic stuard wai under
arms, and magistrates and others were,
assembled in the -town hall. The
spokesman of the paraders waited
upon the burgomaster and read an
address signed by all the workmen's
leagues in Belgium demanding universal suffrage aud amnesties. The
burgomaster promised to transmit the
address to the government. The paraders quietly dispersed.
San Francisco, Nov. 2.—Searles k
Stone, owners of the str, Humboldt
which pllen between Eureka, Gala,, and
this city, have been fined 9500 for a violation ofthe marine statutes of the U.S.
last week. The steamer left Kureka in
charge of her first mate. The captain of
the vessel had been informed just prior
to the departure of the vessel that he
was to be superseded on hb arrival in
San Francisco and refused to sail. Her
first officer then assumed command. The
statute prohibits any vessel to depart
froin port under command of. any but a
duly authorised captain*
Paris, Nov. %~RernMiqm Fr&ncaise
has despatches from Vienna stating that
12 Russian men-of-war have left Bebas-
topol for Varna,
1 Vienna, Nov. 2..-The Russian government has reassured Austria that Kus*
sla will not occupy Bulgaria.
. St. Petersburg, Nov. 2.—The ilottrnal
de St, Pettrshnrg. approves bf the appointment of Laboulaye as French ambassador and says no better man could
have been chosen to maintain the good
relations between Prance and Russia
based upon the common interest of both.
CAtaABY; N.W.T., Nov. 2.—Supt.
Grieaback in command of the mounted.
fiolice at Edmonton succeeded in captur-
ng Lone Mail who ia supposed to have
been implicated in tlie massacre at Frog
take last year.' Lone Man reiving upon
the lapse of time since the rebellion came
into the post with a complaint about
stolen horses and was immediately recognized and arrested.
Sanj Fiuncisco, Nov. 2.--A B. Elffdl
& Co.1, wholesale clothiers on Sansome
.street announce their intention of retiring
from business.
Nkw York, Nov. 2.—The Snn saysi
Betting In the Hoffman house last night
was 1000 to 300 oa Hewitt, 200 to 150
that Roosevelt beats George, and even
money that Hewitt would poll from 85,
000 to 06,000 votes. Estimates of a
dozen politicians of all .parties and tendencies, averaged, areas follows: Total
vote, 218,000; Roosevelt, 59,500; Henry
George, 62,000. This with the prohibition vote of 25,000 would leave 04,000,
San Franoisco, Nov. 2.-~At noon
nearly half of the entire number of those
who were registered had cast their votes,
At every poll ticket peddlers representing nearly every ticket that is in -the
field are busily at work, The excitement, though subdued, is intense, and
interest in the result appears to be
equally as great if not greater than that
evinced during tha pr»ii-l(.ntial alei-tinn.
Quiet prevails everywhere, no trouble pf
any kind having been reported up to this
hour. There are no indications yet
ascei tamable oa to how the vote is going.
The streets generally bear a holiday appearance. Most of the large business
houses are closed.     '.-■ -
i Packs as yellow as that of the "Heathen Chinese," in .consequence of bile iti
the blood, grow fair and wholesome-looking again when Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and great blood purifier
is used to relax eonsuped boweU and
expel the billions poison from the circula
tion. Rhematlo aud blood Impurities
are also driven out by it, digestion restored, and the system benefied in every
way its use
Wholesale cit) Market.
Beef,    per lOOlbR..,,
Mutton      "
Htdes(gr-n)"
Potatoes     "
Turnips     "
Carrow      "       ,,,
Parsnips    «       ....
Cabbage- "
Onions "
Apples *■
Pears "
m      ::
Pens "
Hay, per lun ...
Butter (rolls) per lb...
;g»e,se, - -■'» «
{Sills, per das. ...
Geese, each ...
Duoks '»
Chickens, per pair...
Turkeys, per lh.
 -.00 9*100
........ 7 609 0 00
....... 8 £09 0 00
 8 609 0 00
 0 769 0 00
 0 769 0 00
 0 769 0 00
 1009 125
 1 009 1 25
 1009 126
 1259 2 00
 2 00 9 2 60
 2 00 9 2 60
....... 1 609 1 75
 1129 126
 1 509 1 75
 10 00900M
 0 269 0 80
 0 129 0 19
....... 0 289 OOO
 1 609 ' ~
0 60«
0 20(3
CorawotHf(l-otiiii)'perciirtl'..'. 3 009 8
The Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr. Le-
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills aro
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to aet
upon the Generative Oraans lu Fcmsles.
They aro !irst enclosed in au air-tight
capsule, and liy this means made to retain their full strength for years In any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Hibriho it D. S. Cuhtis * Co.,
Kew Westminster; T. McNeeley, Lad-
ner'sLanding; H. MoDowoll ft Co., Vancouver; Pimlmry A Co., Nanaimoi T.
Pickard, Denman Island; A. tt. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus; R. B. Richardson
Cowlohan; W. H. McCartney t.Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
MiH Co,, Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
% -. Megaw, Priest Valley; ;H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lamoluy ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    dwseQgyl
Surface Indications
"What a miner would very properly term
"surface indications" of -what ts beneath,
are the Pimples, Sties, Son Eyes,
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
.■whtofcJiwople aro nunoyed In spring and
eiirlysuhimer-' Tho effete matter accumu*-
lateu during the whiter mouths, now
makes 1U presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to «_i>el it from the system.
While it rcuuiliiH, it is a poison that jesters
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St. Paul, Oct. 1.—Michael Davitt,
tlio area' Irish agitator, arrived here
*"3( yisteidaj-   1% % i-ioH<er-.P.wt_lhe-
tr s»id:   "j! biwe recoived a cablejifam
Sufi iu friend, jn tlie movement in Ireland asking my immediate return, but
I cabled to-day frum St. Paul that I
desired to remain in tlio United States
and Canada until  the engagements I
have tm-fb/.ue fulfilled, nnd   unjms
the case la very.urgent'I will  not tfe-
turn immediately;   I am anxious' to
go to  Canada to refute statements
ablaut Mr. Parnell and myself made by
■ .iWimisskrie's of'file 'loyal .legion.'' I Mr.
Davitt spoke loan, audience of 200 at
Market hall this altjernuoti. He said
he feund on his trip a remarkablo
growth of sympathy with the Irish;
. | movement since he was in America
eight years ago. Mr. Parnell's aggressive but dignified policy was tho best
way of conducting: ..the movement.
Parnell's light at Westminster haa
made it impossible for English parties
to govern Ireland:, aiTd his object in
tliis country was-to convince his own
countrymen that for gaining home
rule it was correct, and also to deepen
the sympathy of the American people
in the movement. He then outlined
th« plana of the nation when it cornea
in powe'r.'assertiiifitlrat thfey would be
acceptable alike to IriBh Protestants
and Catholics. He charged that the
Belfast riots were organized by Lord
Churchill to convince the world that
Irish Protestants would forcibly resent
Irish homo rulo. Mr. Davitt ad-
,dreaied .anothor largo audience at
O "MioSiafSls last'qight.
ftjatu,Kov. r-Vr-Semi-blBoial papers
j' i adn_-t tfoil the fiiiHiiceB of Hungary
ate nil a: critical condition. .Opposi--
tion papers bluntly talk of bank
ruptcy, and estimate the deficit in next
year's budget nt 60,000,000 florins,
though the government estimate is a
shortage of only 22,000,000 florins.
In tho budget submitted Saturday it
waa: calculated that the minister of
finance would be obliged to oontract a'
loajj ol 36,000,000 florins. It ia rumored that the minister will resign
hia office. The budget ha, created a
|   ,   bad impression at Vienna.
'** tiftioi., Nov. l!—Sir Edward Wat-
kin, the railway magnate, proposes the
establishment of a Hue of transatlantic steamera from Hull, to run in con-
.nection with tlie Canadian Pacilic rail-
,^-tss/.,_il,',i.\..i,i.,   ,,,',.:...
Manchkstek, England, Nov. 1 —
Tho chamber.of commerce of thia city
voted to-day on a resolution opposing
froo trJdsf The -resolution was rejected by a majority of only one.
San Francisco, Nov. 1.—A letter
published in this evening's Bulletin,
under, date Apia, Oot. 15th, says: Au-
.. then.ic news has reached  Samoa that
t on the morning of Sept. 10th over 100
heavy  earthquakes occurred on the
' "aland of* Ni'nafn, iSfe^of fto Toiif-
group, nnd that from the bottom ol a
•Sike whioh Keel a depth of 2,000 feet a
mountain has arisen to a height of 300
feet above its  sutfaco; also, that this
mountain has   hurst into flames' and
thrown out stones and* sand' in Buch
i|u,antit|es aa to destroy two thirds of
nut trces.01^ iljei. island. . In
a are having light J- shocks so
y now that tiiey are no longer
*oy residents.
San Francisco, Nov. 1.—Cleared,
atr.   Oregon,   Portland; sailed,    Btr.
,,.  ,.,i/Walla .Walla, Soattlo.
London,   Nov.   1.—John  Morley,
accompanied by Sir Wm. Vernon Har-
court, visited Hawarden with lhe special object of inducing Mr. Gladstone
.to assent to the radical extenaion. of
thi/' I**-*    programme.   There   is
small reason to expect that Mr, Glad-
-' -• Htelle wiU accede fuWotm on either
[b,a houie uf, lords fsr tlie.ohurch quea-
tion of a plank in his platform-   Business, us orranged,,wi]l be. .opened by
Kitaon, tl'iiitiiian, who will introduce*
•S*' » motion cipna'ltl unabated eonft-
"    Wncein Olaa-toneV Mr. Morley Will
movo that the coafereuce reaffirm ita
belief in the horni rule project and re-
•■ 'I' -*-"• it" "♦elaration. upon  tho qnes-
'tibtisof land Slid ' local government'
and froe education.   The absence of a
developed policy discontents tho  fad-
 icals.   The Pall Mall Goalie declares
"<~"*Hhe liberal patty has become merely
an association of men saying " ditto"
lo Uladatono, und, that the decadence
«f Gladstone it watched with dismay
by hia followers, sorao qf whom look
.. forward to tho Tories remaining in
power for tlio next" 10 years. "A ,'ec-
■ O .fiion ofib»: (\el«jaie| intend to urge
'the conference to consider' a "proposal
to reconcile the unionists  that every
,_ ^Ac*,pr order fl* the Jnsh parliament in-
r ii,.ter'ering witli the puwors of the im*
O i JfeS pafliani.nt tr contrary. to existing imperial acts will bo held  void
and  inoperative.
Th'e     cabinet     at- - it.     first
counoil  since  recess     decided     to
inptruct Sir  William Whito, Britiih
.iMiiAsa-or at Ciujitantinople, to con.
.aSlarth. Bulganirr question and to
demand ine auapeniion of Russian intervention, diplomatic and   active,
liTC'/ pending the decisions of a conference.
, •Mil'*' The port* ia renewing it. uifenl<i*or-
,- iliale with Britain, and is in  favor df
-     ■      the proposed conference.   Italy con-
'•"I'I"   ours, whild Russia and Prance oppose
the project, *nd Germany and Austria
1 . remain neutral.    Sir Michael Hioks-
HtW Bench's roport to the cabinet with
reference to tho condition of Ireland
ahows there haa been a marked cessation of outrages, that tenant* nre pay-
ttK&M'fyi-f. ""J-0*. ¥^*ik' *°l'»o-
tmI, hn*1 AM wprMpteta are good
for a peaceful winter.
Cairo, Nov. 1.—It is ofBoiully an-
rh .JBjfyiit "and not to leave the country to disorder and possibly to fresh
nnd disastrous revolutions.
London, Nov. 1.—Princo Cansea-
htjtrSmtiier ot King Milan.-luis be-
flffi. ft 'CMt-.idrJifa for the Bulgarian
throne. He ia a relative of M. De-
Giens, Buasian foreign minister.
.•jJWWi^S-^Tfri-lWR^
Tonquin aaya that a lorce of t
armed with repeating rifles attacked
from an ambush n body of Tonquin
riflemen atPhnnso, in the nrovftice of
JNanvduplia, killing ■ 30 of them. At.
tho same time 1000 Chinese attacked,
the posts at Toug Song, hut woro ro*
puked after desperato fighting. 3     ,"'
London, "Nov. 1,—The cabinet council to-day discussed littlo except the
Hungarian and Egyptian questions. It
is believed that the government will
shortly tend a- circular to tho powers
explaining the tinancial position of
Egypt. If Russia refuses to recognise'
the Sobranje's candidate for the Bulgarian throne, Britain will probably
propose a conference to consider the
whole question. Thd mlniatera are
not inclined to call parliament hefore
the 'middle of January. They will
como to a final decision on this question on Saturday.
London, Nov. i.—A Henry Georgo
meeting was held this ovening in St.
J-iidrew's hall- ih tliis city. The hnll
wa« crowded, i M. Maddison, of Hull,
who claimed to represent half a million
workingmen,. presided. Resolutions
favoring Mr.. jQeorge, were jadopfed"
with enthusiasm. Messrs. VdnSwart-
wont, J st. Columbia university, and
Silas Mainvillo of New York addressed'
the"meeting. , .
New York, Nov. 1.'—Tlie Barthol-
di Statue of Liborty was lighted for
tho first time to-night, and the fire
works which whicli were intended for
use on the evening of the unveiling
were let off.
New York, Nov. 1.—PowderVy,
grand master workman of the Knights
of Labor, addressed a large maas meeting here to-night in favor of Henry
George oa candidate for mayor of New
York.
London, - Npv, ,1.—A death from
what wis undoubtedly Asiatic cholera
haa occurred in Vienna, and some
anxiety is felt here in consequence,
although the sanitary condition of the
city ia excellent. Dr. Koch, of Berlin,'
declares that the case of cholera
which has been discovered near May-
cue, iB of the Aaiatic type,
Odessa, Nov. 1.—JThitje patients
who'wero discharge* is-.i*x9B by Dr.
Gtmolea, late assistant ol M. ftsteur,
have sinco tued or hydrophomil.
London, Nov. 1.—The bishops of
London,, Rochester, and Bedford, and
Cardinal Manning, Rev. Mr. Spur-
geon, and Rev. Mr. Reany have issued
a joint letter urging that public works
be started wliere over possible to provide wotk for unemployed laborers at
wages somewhat below ordinary pay.
London, Nov; 1.—Th_ Socialists
have decided to hold a procession on
Lord mayor's day, Police Commissioner
Fraser not having replied to their
letter.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 1.—A Cto-
ier-Joarnal special says: Jno. T. Hilton's distillery, near Owensboro, waa
burned to-night 'A .large warehouse
containing 2100 banM tif whiskey was
also burned. Estimated loss ia §750,-
000.   The lire waa incendiary.
Gkkvtmx, Nov. 1.—A special to
the News from Sheppard, Texas, says:
The mail-carrier from Bad Springs,
who arrived hero this evoning, brings
information that last night a mob overpowered the guard about flewoy, who
killed young Samuels a few days ago,
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- XoMDON, Oct 27.—Lord Randolph
Ohurdhill's speech at Bradford tonfirms
tho main pointsoftbeDeptfoid'spcecli,
as dealt with in tliese cables at the
time. On the subject of Bulgaria nnd
Russia, Churchill intimated as at Dopt-
ford that .England was not tho only
power interested in the Balkan states.
and did not feel called ot, fco-tako np
thesWoMhlAioot all the'pOwett'to
oppose Russia's views, and thore was
some undercurrent of' war rumors that
England has japecial interest in, which
must be respected in any change Russia - and the other powers may think
proper to agree to. Scattered throughout tho speech are quiet warnings to
the' Sultan, and he cleverly covered
up that of his eccentric conduct with.
the Russian representative at his capital, fho petition haa been duly
weighed by the British ministers and
England is not so inextricably bound
up with Turkey as to be compelled
against her will to neglect li.r own interests .iir the Sultan s sake. 'Tile reception by the press and public of the
Dept.ord speech, aa shown by these
cables at tho time, induced him to
state in the Bradford iipecch that he
spoke with full authority from Lord
Salisbury and Lord Iddosleigh., A,
large proportion of the Tory press
until now havo considered Churchill's
list ministerial statement unauthorized
and by some members of the cabinet
have been condomned. Hence the
necessity -for- a declaration-that on
this oconsir ni lie was inspired by the
higluet source. of authority on the
topics dealt with. Lord Randolph
takes a favorable view of the proposed
action of the government on cloture.
He is sanguine that public opinion-ia'
with the government in changing the
rules so as to authorize the application of the cloture try a bare majority.
Further than that he has converted
to his viows those of his colleagues who
wore supposed to havu cjnlliiiieil to
defeat Ina proposals, with 'the exception of one minister who. still-holds
out but will, it is believed, shortly be
convinced of his own error nnd Churchill's superior judgment'.' ' The reports so industriously circulated during the last few days that Churchill
and Salisbury wero estranged are declared utterly fake. The lenders of
tho government in both houses of parlinment uw in lull accord on every important question of home or foreign
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PICKERY & CO,
dWflHliSfetl Street/between DOiijBlas
onaa->Ug*iton, VIOTORIA, B.C.   P.0
Wood and Coal.
THE BUBSORIBER HAH ON HANI>*A
large quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
.   And an assortment of
Whioh he Will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kind, ot
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, It. C.
mhlOto* /"*
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, &3rd June, 1886.
kk'g.-robertsOn; '\',:''l ,,J'.i' ;-
Vancouve'rr.!',''; ''*      j,
IteprefioiitIng Qoldie A McCnlloch,
', .Gait, Otll.
Mi&zJffJi. tU& .uoaeraiuiea. hvxlm '■ wit--
lessed thctorrlblc firo which wiped out of
existence Uio yonng c(ty of Vancouv**,
on the 18th inst.,lliavc,aftertheflro,eK-i
artilnod the sates solfl.'hy yon, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
ha-rlng.been surrounded byilatgequantl-
itles of lard and bacon, and we nre pleaned
..  .......,.,- _.      ,_...»!,__, --^-aflner In
ir_feorvwl'
impeMlsx
fire insurance comp'v.
1 Old Broad 8r: and lOPai.i.M'jti.L,.
londok; :"
IN-g-FITPTEP 18Q3. :
FOR INSUEING HOUSES * OTHEK
Baildings, Ooods, Wards, Merchandise, Mamifacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, ahd the
Crgoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivera and canals, aad
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign'
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK DAMASK Bt FIBK.
Sub-cribed-and Inveated Capital,
■61,666,000".ia-l!G.-
Rates of Premium and every informa*
Mod can be obtained on application to' ■'
ff. J. AKMSTKONfi,
Agent for New WostminsUrr.
Orders left atMr. MoOoll'ialorooBColumbia alrrat, or at m.v how. BoWaa
slreet, will meet with prompt attention.
HE*.K*.*"fct_qTI.
' Bj c. JlylDto
-PRACTICAL-
Haa just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver .....
JEWELRY
GENTS'
Ladles size Swiss (iold Watches
{rom (25 to $55,
Ladles Size American , stem-
winding Oold Walches, at
$32,50.
RKMHMBIR-Wo do not sell "filled"
Watches and Jewelry aa solid gold.
Our goods are guaranteed just ae represented, aud prices lower than any
other house in B. C.
COLONIAL BtfiCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER- B. C.
dertto
The Colonial
.j-i'jjjjf.
STORM,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER,
NewWeHtmlnstor I
;   ' IMFOIWER AND MA-TiKU IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The FroofU lonolr, floo4j e«r, Pink
' mtoii, coclirtfte, Cmslli 4 Co., -
Armcs Holden aud SUler   ' '
Boon ntitl Show.
iT. iVDIEIS Aftfr QI.NTI.EMEN ABB BE-
Ll specttmiy luvltcrl to call and oiam.
me tho stoek.- - '     ■ i    'n
T have also on baud tlio '     .,   ,,.
■(JOT-jg-CA-AMAN UlTnUlt WAT««-
•tJICHIT •-.*_-! ptWt,
Which now takes tha place ol _nm tMts
■ i.' l-SUa ,
PIONKRR
■ .ymi.'fc. wtxxm
HAS ALWAYS ON PANP A GOOD
aupplyof '    „,|.,|.
Fresh and Salt Water Flab.
aAJUS'Ii* SBA80U. I   ■ I
DEAUtiR .fl'SklNf) AND PELTklES.
Pgrchates will be delivered Ik any part
ol fbeClly frm ot Olmrfl*.        d-jiySlyl
'totestir*'to tlie'reirtanthblff
which every Snf« sola    "
its eonUrnte, not only
rmurknUlB ma
sol* Try yoani
ily boolts-un-
Jpapers,
but also thousands!of- dollars In.paper
money wore taken out'lll nerleot condition;- Wo can; tberc'fore^Wl'li the greatest confidence, recommend them as thor-.
onijhly fire proof!   -   .    j  j .j.'r .-j *   '
lj. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian PacllTo
Hallway. Company: . II. A. MnoLwvn,
Mayor; John Js lllnko, Stipendiary Ma-'
Blstratoi idUettU. .Aloyander, Justice of
tho Rl'ace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas JJunn,
i Justice.of jtho Peaco;.Isaao Johns.Col.;
Edward E. Itand, Real Estate BroSer;
R. BalfOur, Alderman; John Rankin,
Roal Estate llroker;  Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotol: Ws P. Kcefor, Contractor,
C. Pi R,J J. W- McFarladd, Port Moody,
li Vancouver ana'English Boy; F. C.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate -Broker; ''Gravely,*
Spinks, .Real Estate Brokers; B. C. Ferguson, Mgr. R. O. P. Mills. JcBOIc
Just Received via O'i
fi% 0)16 cAMoad of
Stoves and Ranges.
TheseStoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of Bi & 0. €hii.ney ijfji
Oo. and are well
known to be ther best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves atr a slight advance on cost to make
room for two fit-ore
car loads now on the
way. '   .'''---■.
E. S. SCOULLAR A CO.
tJOIitrJlBlA^THEBT,,
Importer and Dealer in
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prioes
The best Place in ttio
(^rooekes.
D. McPHADEN,
lliTllillTTiJI'JJlllr I   -.-.I'!7' - - •"'
Deane'. Brick Blook,
1 '      '      I"    J I    •    ''  I-'   -  ' -  -       ■
NBWWESl!ilW8TEB,B.().
ni n I   ii. m'M       '.   ' .
'..VWaT'CiflfiloiiuU ftf-'Mtor thi'   J.
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
I MTre»tment by Abwrptloa has for some
time been recognized by Modlcol Men to
be thu most, dimple nnd cffwitual nuinna
of aooveyliii lo, IMBennedGigAnB,"Curib-
Uvcb/,' but in onnPKg(, Kidney Disease and
Complaints nttenilnnt thereon, Miccewfnl
treatmOlitwn* itiaolloablylmpoBfltbleuh-
til tbe tntrodiwtton. of Ui-sSlatrKl-hoy
I'wJ. It conts lcNs thananInglopi-eHorlp-
tlSfl'Wd is lrtin.«»arfcbly mdrf drejitive
und effective than ant/ quantity Of intatnal.
Medicinal dwiitw. Worn Immediately over
thoHotiuifDIseiiNP', ltn c.uraliVi'iHupcrtlei
become iibBtirbed by thodlttcnsed t-ttden'
thy action and original vigour, Ills comfortable to the pn'lelit ond plensantln lie
oflliclH, anil ciirirs when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplls'iSi positive, deolstvo resdlta.- A. mar. vftlnnhle
6ffie7wS^WS»X«KG!ffl
1 Tke Marr KMaW Pad, manufactured
In Tomato,rl. a mi]»ianent;Biir. (nre for,
diseases, disorders, and ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder ami' urinary secMlte
system, or nUcndant complaints, causing
pain th'thc small 'of the liack, Hides, oto"
producing ilrlnairyjjllsordors,sucli as loo
ircqueiit,8canly,,difBcull, iinlnfnl orcbpl-
4o.fnlcliirltlon,lnaSl(iWof retention ond
sedimentary urlna, dropclcnl syin|rtoms,
ole.. denoting thn presence In the nystem
of illseases common to the urinary aei
WELL
*"HB
'Fw'tyAmtfA-
VAMftpuyBJIljURBG go.,r.Vanpoiiver;
%J_SiCAS!/llrix «.pRO..Va4oouv_tT
nniMtmnloOps; J. H.IflVKI,f, Yale; W.
R. MROAWvBrMM Vnll.y; H. C[iAliK4
CO., Kamloops. dwwSRyl
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLEItS AND CROSSES, FUR- £
NITURE MABBtE, 4c.
Persons Uvingatadlstance, by sending
a description of what they wish, can have
designs, prlees, etc., furnished on application. All work-guaranteed equal to any
on the Pacific'Coast, and at reasonabl.
fates.  N, B,—No agents employed,;
aordoii Streel, Victoria, B.€.;.,,.
Opp. SU Andrew's Presbytorlali Churelko "
     tnlHm*    - 'I"   '-1
JOHNS.OOX.
Importer and Dealer ln
WHITE LEGHORNS
BHOWWJLEOr-
...*■ ..
PLTMOVTH'mOOKS,
 |5&L_.
LANOIHAROI,
While Created Blaek Pelamtj,
Gvln.a Ponrls, R*w._iljlM.k.,
White PekhtDaok..
Pit Gam.., Haadama,
najllnlsand Ejfgs supplied at low rate.,
and atl stook guaranteed.
Boyal K-irni, Kast or Douglas St.
New Westminster, c«»i Htrbor
ana Seattle Ronte.
THB STEAMER
(j. w; TA»TK, Ma«ter.)
WILD LEAVE SEATTLE-EVEHY
Thursday Hlrralnt at I .'clock, for
ttow'W-slmlnstor and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrives at
New Westminster oh' Friday' forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hour,
aftcrwardsi leaves COAL HARBOR rrl.
day SUM for Seattle. "  i .
fare to twatlle; ..: .«M.M   '
'    Freight per leu;  4.M '
Special rates to merchants.      ' apluto
A, Privat$
 FOR ,;■
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILt'BB OPENED AT
RttSSBAIfl¥l6T0WA,B.C.
■ , ■ —otitic-
MONDAY, S.WW1 IS, WS.
register grates, bath rooms, Ac. Ac
Excellent opportunllles for all kinds of
healthful exercises, Including boatlnrand
bhthlng. _, jiir
Pupils will be made most comfortable
and their general welfare carefully considered, .i'    .    rl
A COMKTENT SWF OF MSTHUSTMi
will be maintained. . .    •■,„.,
Eicellent facilities will Ire alftrded to.
Instruction  In .KafUsk,    I'eaHaercUl,
Classical and Modern l_.ngu.gt Subject.,
with lkHtraaieaUl Naslr,
Applloatlon Forms, Reference, and' full
Information furnished by
RKV. 0. J. BBEHTON,li. A.,
June8,1886. dw/lyaite
Tfce Largest Stockon-rttiM
land,  and  second  to  i
House in British 'Cii-
lumbia.
A|«n18i^.^i!;«!5^
Clotting! UU
WHI1E
THE GLOTHIBR,
Hu JustBeceired ,'j
A Large quantity of    :
' and Youth's
' Clothing: ;   :
FELT   ««JT«
- '. .    -    llln I    J-'.I     .-',.;.• Jnlr     j.-ir-rli
    Also,,, lull lie. o|  ! ei 11'
8ENT8>FURMNIMK»S
".' ,'.';,,'—-ffl! _*W-'ftAFjr--7!     '   '""
tke But luertaill I* tkssmtl
' i UMmrtrtlMtrt Ib new
,^\'''',i\'i'W^W|tttWf.'   j join
____-T*_3_-IT  BTftrXsMm.
At Lowest Powlhl. Prices for Cub.
Call Carly 'aad Make' 'imt telee****,
chimiia tmn (rt. turn tt *.-.
COLUMBIA SHEET,
-ikroaiiom uio nwiJiUui nr-
•Si;..\i-    jH"j
Stationery,
FaiK^-SWd
n !■' n-.
;,'Top,j'r"ei
a
—-SOLE AOHNTJS TOK—
O-JV
The ftmiwoH'Orp,
Df Bewnaiwlllo,
And agent, tor. all the leading Ami
WW0S&0RGA
SPECIAL FORMS
On th. premlua, u neativ U4 ej
is U tai} otket uUWuriment i
•■rovltiee.   ,   .■m-m
—At-KNTS  »9«— i
C-MifMtcrtttto-) Lift Aimrtnet
North Britiih and M-rciMlle
 Agent, for FinUIUM4>
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