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Array GoTCrnmont Gtuettr
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——IS FOBU1HIB—
Every Wednesday ft Saturday,
D. ROBSON & CO.
OfflOE, COIUMIIA STREET. Ektukoi to En-
tonal «ndGu:ike:i Dipmtmbit tkioooh T. *.
"us son k On. torn k Statiokeit 8tok.
TECMs-Ey Moll, 03.y8sri $1 60 forflmoB.t
01 Ac 8 mM. i payable in Advance. Delivered
bvOanieror Agent, .1 per quarter, payable
qttSit.il. lo Carrier or Asent.
AOENTS
T. H. HlltEH 4. CO.	
T.».*EA««OII*CO.-
"VlOTO>M.
 Y«tt.
LP.FISHES Advertlstsg Agent, 21 Meicliant's
Escliange, San Fr.nol.co, Isanthorl.ed lo receive
Ad.MtUera.nt. Inr tbis paper.
l*»V.pap.i-"Ad'ertl.lng Bureau (10 Spruce St.),
./jeve advertising contracts may be made for It II
lhe f ritiah dolumbian.
Wednesday Homing, 0.1. IS, IIM.
currant Evenli and Opinions.
Allowing ample margin (or Mr.
Van Homo's youtbfal enthusiasm,
two impo.Laiit points appear lo be
proved i Fi st, the land east of and
adjacent to the Rooky Mountairs
will prodi-ce wheat and otho,- grain,
vegetables, ele,, and o{ oonrae beef,
la^i^iiaiwljiioillt"}; tm ba |»«luoed
there "ai lo'iV: coat Secondly, the
timber of British Columbia, along
with the coal, the iron.and the fish,
will furnish the inale.ial for profit-
able t ade between tbe two sides of
the Rocky Mountains. The splendid bitrminouB co.il ol Nain-inio is
only a few miles distant by deep-
water fiom the iron ore of Texada.
Iron, coal, wood I - What is to hinder British Oolumbia from producing the lumber a"d rails for the
houses and bams of the pi.iiiie settlers! All the farm impleme-itB,
the woollen clothing and tho Mi required by the prairie farmers near
the Mountains could be supplied by
tbe British Columbians in exchange
for wheat, beef, mutton and wool.
The distance by it.il between tlio
two points of pi'odnclion is less than
700 miles. The solution of the difficulty of sending prairie products to
the east ia to send them U) tho wc3t.
Vancouver Island Bhould yet rival
Great Britain in the extent and
variety of her manufactures.—Hamilton Times,
The prinoipal argument in favor
of tbe Scott Act or prohibitory !i
quor selling legislation ia that its
operation lends ,o decrease crime,
aud as thn tendency has always
been denied by the opponent", of
such legislation nny information or
data bearing upon tbe disputed point
will be valuable. The Berlin W. C.
T, U. tocently enquired why iu Hal-
ton countr there were 245 K" -cl*
iu 1880; 131 in 1881: 147 in 1882
and only 07 in 1883» To Ibis Mr.
W. Van Allan tbe county gaole-
saya:— ■"■•'-.
"In my opinion thu main reason of
tho decrease of arrests in this county
is on account of the suppression of the
liquor truffle. There has been very
little crime in (lie county during the
two last years. Tho number of arrests
during the present year np lo date are
138, but nearly all of these are what
are called tramps, who have been in
jail ovor night, the same as are put in
the lock-up in other towns where there
is one, there being none in this town.
There hnvo been no criminal arrests
belonging to the county this year, and
we have nad an empty gaol for five
weeks excepting a woman in insanity.
But we are now e: peoting three hotel
keepers for violation of the Scull Act;
they are sentenced to two months eaoh,
and warrant, nut for their arrest."
Our readeis can d'nw 'heir own
conclusions fiom this statement..
Oilmen Free frees.
VOLUME 26
NSvV  W-JSTM'SSTE*-   B. 0.. WEIjNESDAir, OCTOBER ID, 1884.
 i it '.	
NUMBER 30
bim' on a motion of ceinph, and
lhey now announce their intention
of wrecking bis Franchise Bill unless
he will dismiss two of his colleagues
for an offence which has no existence
except in imaginations steeped in
■lander. Tf he can persuade himself, as he apparently does, that he
has solved the Irish problem' this
only proves that it is as diBcilt for
unwelcome truth lo find access lo
uncrowned as to crowned kfaia. Of
the responsibility the largest measure rests, not upon the Government,
but upon the selfishness and profligacy of the fac'ions, both Tory and
Radical, in the Houso ot Conmorna.
Bnt the upshot is tbat by io conceivable course of action soulil the
question bave been brought tjnlo a
much more dangerous state tban
that in whioh we Bee l*.at pttsent,
Thai* la a general "prising** the
Cejsia and- Koomo GMtoH'i IfSfcry,
in a spirit of the moat rartco'oiis enmity against British civilization.
Philanthropy may dream and rhetoric may plausibly demonstrate that
this uprising will be quelled, and
that harmony and security will be
restored by the concession of political power to ignorant und half civi
lined people who avow beforehand,
and with unquestionable sincerity,
that they intend to use their votes'
for the destruction of the Common
wealth.. Every mall brings proof
tbat harmony and security are not
likely to be restored till tbe Irish
shall have satisfied themselves by
some decisive lest that irresistible
force is on the side of the Union.
rn h. MATiieits »». D.
OrtiOt—-rem ln.R.i « .n Vi'ios wilding,
F o-...s,*e..   .
l-.sstost,af—Sfc.uvi strep., opposite tlie
Publio Hohool, Mew Westminster.
lii'iJB-tc
ft **> TBB-H-, M. D, M. 0.P.*,.,0.
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Sriaooa ft C. *-. ii.o.i.lr. y, Si.i;eon Now
Wesuntii,,*.   i. •■ Co.o'er 'o   .J. Dis-
t.;(o'.   Ori,oe.-lso ie. o.' Ci.l.'.o.i rod
McHe.i./eB .oe.s,   nes*. e-.ee, Mazy Si,
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R4. Weel. GOO* M... SWAIN,
I-HVS'C'-ANS A HVlKlKOtiH,
Jfl-ce. Co -.it -Ji-. ■■., op,«]*-lle City Ho o'..
A c'i. M.-I- .-o. J. A., M. D./C. V.. Mc-
Q'W .*o. ito 'vo' .'.ov York Polyclinic,
A.V. t-y-. ,• it. D. iHprv*rti),it:ccsJ'
mien RoyvCV o e of Physicians, x>i-
flon.E r. in;? ■• j
HOWSE a RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Eve. Eto.
WISE'S BUILDINfl,
Op-vjo.-i C. P. N. Otvt Wn»m»,
, NiiW WESVMINS's'ER.
*e'-0 e
A remm-kabto incident iu coimeo-
tioa with tlie fiitnclnse atnigglu in
Great B.iUin ia furnished in t>e
itrang conti'iiKt betweon the recep
tion which Mr. Gladstone litis met
with in Scotland, and tlmt Sir Staf-
fovd Noiihcote has received. In
Mr. Gladstone's ease the eiithnsipstn
wsa every whe'-o afiontn neons. There
was no attempt to woik a boom.
The people wero dote -n'-ied toM>fi
smi lio tr tbe P-enier. tind uoeonl
iiigly his progi-ess th rough t)ie coun-
try has Iteen one loi'-f lrinm|ih. Si"
SuStil NoillicoltV* .oni, on the
conti-ary, although lihu.-ally mi ver-
tised und boomed by acL'vo loc.il
coiuiiiiitcr.-*, has evoked rabiiively
no geneml enthusiasm. E.;tensive
Kirangflmenji wem made for bis
viiu to Eriinbniffb, but the airair
wm only an ordinaly moL'opolitnn
demonstration. At othei points the
name absence of enthusiasm was
noticeable. Crowds wiU not gather
to hear bim, the people wil\ not
demonstrate over tnm. Instead of
being wayla-d with addresses and
oongratn la tions at every corner like
Mr. Gladstone, tbe programme of
Ihe managers of tbe tour hu been
adhered to in every pavtioular And
nowhe e brs he received anythirg in
the shape of a sponinneons popular
reception. The people of Scotland
are overwhelmingly with M«, Gladstone In hit) great e.Toi ts to enlarge
the liberties of the people.—Toronto
Globe.
Speaking of the I<ish Agitation
ihe Week says; Concilia!fon so far
bat failed. Tlie Lord Lieutenant, a
man endowed personnlly with every
quality whioh csn sommand popularity as welt as rospeot, i« received
whenever be goes with scowls, o?
hatred. The language of the agitators is more venomous thrfu ever;
and Mr. Gladstone, instead of being
spared as a beliefaotor>f* singled out
ua special mark of their abuse.
Thslr gratitude for atl that he hu
done, endured and risked on their
behalf was shown' by voting against
Coast Surveys.
For some time past the question of
a thorough survey of .the route to
Alaska has been agitated. Active
measures have at last been taken, and
in all probability work will ba com*
menced shortly. The American government has bui.' and equipped, a
steamer for the purpose of making
the survoy, and she is now on her
way to the Pacific coast. The Orego*
nion advocates a co-operative survey
of the line, so that the route might be
thuroughly known. It lays: "Now
comes the time for a concurrence of
action between England und America,
with the design of fostering interests
nf importance to both untiuns—interests whioh are yet in their infancy,
but likely to develop into the greatest importance, Not only are there
minus'of unquestioned richness aud
boundless forests of tho most valuable
limber- but the fisheries sre increasing
in value evory dny; and each oaMoo
has an interest in the security of navigation. The British Authorities should
at once begin a survey of the coast
lying between Semiahinoo and the
mouth of the Skeena, wh'ch is the
southern boundary uf A'aska; and
sume way should be devised to have
ihe maps and churls of both Alaska
and British Columbia completed simultaneously. Of course, if ilieru were
uo cu operation botween ihe twu vessels, Ihere would still be lhe English
official map and the American "fttc'al
chart when the survey was completed.
But the beiler way would be, if both
surveys were iu progress at once, lo
ptftce an American officer on board
the British vessel, and vice vena, to
transcribe the bydrogranbic work as far
ns performed, It would lead lo a great
many ■ excellent results, to iho best of
our belief. The British- cherts hnve
always been regarded by mariners as
more thorough than our own; though
why that should be we cannot readily
understand, as the American survoys
have never been hurried or restricted
in their action for wsnt of i. me. And,
perhaps, by an interchange of action
in the manner proposed, wo shall be
enabled to gain equally accurate information for mariners, and in a more
expeditious manner than has heruu ••
fore characterized the operations uf
the American coast survey."
An Amiable Terrier.
A. fow days since a hen belonging to
Mrs. Eiclt si ole off under the burn,
aud later was found sitting on four
unbroken eggs, while the piping of
tun nuwly*Hedged chicks cpiiio .'ni.n
beneath her wings. In ordur i-ml sho
might bring nut the remaining e^s
tho ten chickens were InKe-i awny
from her and placed iu a hnx nicely
filled with straw iu Mrs. Elck's Miohen.
The plaintive cries of the chickens
attracted tlio attention of Beauty,
H
M. COOPBIt, B, A.,M. D„
PBYTOIAW 4 BUSGE7V.
OPF10B Mill RESIDE •JCE-Chr.oh SL
i.w„-; door *o V, -'o s! Bo..ie), near
(jo'i-msjj.ie ..Nejr We    r n. c, B.O.
OFFICE Homi8-3tolOr.il'.' HoImiiI
fl.*S,o8|i.in,  Ciilld I > ow.i r »i c-orn-
I     ; •y io ii.'yp.Lo ■( e»   o. *«TtC
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nORBOVi.D * MeCOLL,
BAMU8TER8, BOLIOITOItS, 40.
Opficr—MoKenzle street, New Westmln-
siev, B. C.     .
AHEB1CAN AGRIOULTURMT.
IOO colrai is rm' JOO eajp. v' fc» In
e.-eli lisitc. h .t* Vtr», U'M r Tear.
So i(' va (Jo V. S, si.'.ins *ov srv.mle
co w fE.i v*. i o • Ceuis •'■ o* :'io O'-'esI
p h' Dnv. Ai ^Oitl . rl io •"' ti the
Wo:1-. ORA fr'E JUOO CO.,
o v: W.Jj-'i.pies.
7J' B optfwry, Ne» Yo !:. JoN-io
j.:
T. WILKINSOK, *
0DRTO SI EOOT A SHOE MAKER,
0 i'->-.'tt.i»Ms'.\ B.O.  Flrsi-O'rBNwopkmnn-
sii' i- Keori 'Ing ren.tly aau qu'c**'. * e -c-
cr et, Te r.nB'•:.!■" cesh,       m«2'.iSm
Tif UHRAT * FRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
(i *i'ii3,Kaliomlftln" rndPp.ie -Hr..ij-
U_. Shop—0!pit8onfli.*re., o'moftlle''.be
NuwWe-iimlrs erJnll.NewWea .u'Pi.e',
Bf-JsiiColitm-ilit. apfrle
-pOYAL HOTEL,
CENTREVirXE, CHILL-WHACK.
Ftrsv-ClusHnccummodatton forT i-e'e-n.
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
my2'/*'W-ly Prop-lel-SM.
1ITBS, M. A. HARPER.
CENTREVILLE, OHILUWHAOi:,
Dry e«Hh anil Miw-erlw, Mllllaery aari
Vasey f ooi?».
Firs .'Class D Dssnipker In ritendanee.
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VGHES * ATKINSON,
RB\L ESTATE BROKERS
A.nr1 Co.ivey',.nco"i. Accot*n*.s rolled cu
p-.u >jo.\,,h No^Om. x . Offce- CollH.i litt
st;ee-,ottio,-!.ei..ioPo8i OiSoe, New West-
nil ts.e ,E.C.
J. 0. Hiirniw, T. 0. Atkinson.
No.?. yPp jt'e.
Jell-;o
DEIGflTOI HOTEL
QRANVILLE,
Burrard Mel B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PfiO?KtETOR.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER& CONTRACTOR
ALL.K1NOSOF JOBBINO AND REPAIRS PROMPTLY Ei:KCUTKD.
Bitlmates Pnrnlihcd. laws Sharp*
•it aad 9ct>
SHO '—Merchant Square, Columblr.St,,
Net' Westminster, In rear ol Thoi. Oven's
B fc'/v.j'./.iShop.     ' i'sldle
itaeBLisillDjiB:a
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKER
—AND—
Produce Dealer.
Columbia81.,     Mew Wcn'mliutcr.
s-'fie
BOOTS and SHOES
n-oH
HEAT HOB N'S
Boot & Shoe lanofactorj,
VICTORIA,
AT   VUMOm' PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
8'iop imder the no./ Odd'e'low Ha'1, Columbia ei„ 'Ae.t Westmf is.e*,
W. M. JONES,
LOC3^3-EE, cSCC.
aa»»Mo.
NO'.'A1vrjAL"0.
E. E. RAND.
Kern* fnimit Cr©' r.-s. Coaveyamern aid
eemtm ice AgcaU.
Po.-i.Moo'Jy »ad No*1 Westm!n»te:*P.--o-
oe;i*ya Hueola'iy,
0"'',-C'3-0"»'.."tr t'.a S..*eei, oppoi'te Post
01'n*t.VevWesi;ri'i»*e", RO.     JlySie
pet black-atuMan dug, whon icsoberly inspecting (he box and ivMngin
tno situation, stepped carefully in in
the straw and seUled down mmi-'-j
the chickens. The cries of ;,*e
feathered youot-sters ceased iimtii-
dialely, and lhey took to their uuuaij*
rsl but attentive mother al oooe.. Fur
several days Lhe dog assumed watrh-
ful care over her cliarxos, earefu'ly
tucking (hem down about her wi.'i
her nose, and becoming visibly air bus
whenever one of the more active of
the birds hopped over the edge of the
box upon the floor* barking loudly un*
til some one csme and replaced the
venturesome cluck. When tbe chick*
ons were finally taken from her aud
placed with the mother hen, Beauiy
seemed completely lost. — Chicago Journal,
Thb Harviw" of thb Ssa.-—The
"harvest of the sea," ao far as it is
gathered in Scottish waters, has just
been mode ihe subject of an uflio'al
valuation by the o&icers of the fishery
board, by whom it is eti'inaied as
amounting in money io a tolal sum of
£4,280,242. The larger portion, n little short of £3.000.000, is derived from
the herring fishery, whioh has for a
long period been tho most important
njriut'2 industry of the oounlry. Ilie
haddock Is taken in vast quantities by
thu Scotch fishing boats; 54.1.508 him*
drodwoight wei-e caught during the
last twelve mouths, the cstima.ed value
of the catch being £340.693. The
Scottish  oyster-beds,   ItLe   those in
her locali'ios, havo largely fallen off
ui productiveness, only 3/00 hundreds
of oysters (of 120 each) having betn
gathered from the onco productive
"scalps'* of Scotland. Tho total value
of the shell flab taken is sec down as
amounting to £82,840.
m  J. TRAPP,
AITCTIO-IDER "iN*)AP?1AISER, j
Co iniVaSi'oe'., Now Westtnlns;e.
vies ileal--or? o? dlsw "S o' .lio'i*
'r ir*,ex..w.il t'owei* o -tlane: 'io n*
I.i j lie li.i'x s .tt i.-o a wve.
*i' com.n'v fin wrl welve prompt
r'til -irro.'nl a;*fl*/o;\ Beit -ofe'p.iees
8'vei wrei "onal-et1, irlilZ-.e
iy    H.FALDING,
L. \D, HOUSE ANDQENEl^L ACENT
A;' :oi'*-tnii(, Collector, Conveyance:
L.KK.tKHU* A ACCIDE.-TT INS. AGENT,
Custom Hoime Braicer.
Aft ' for P. T. Jii'.inslon A Co., Mc'ili-iiH'",
*     Vlt,o.'la,——
Aid „oli-t I ean,", Bi-ovo •, Vletorla,
OVriCBi
Uv~:ensle Ht, ono door ftm Colombia «:,
new wwrrmsvttsn, R C.
a t^*. j
r. f. cko. .■*;.. -tc, a, tt..ioxss.
OROA8DAILE & JONiiS,
Rea1 vMnir Agnii and M vt !ier■•
Vimlmiiur attention |ii-!u lo tho na'o of
ft.tdt't-f'a'jijH.'
fil->.it.v to limn nt low rate* of tntettst ou
Improved farms.
IinrgellH h of town and country pxtperty
for sate.
o .-KicE-OoviM-iiiii'iit St, near Broughtoo,
Tle^rta B.C.     PO box 101.       ap5*:«.
Ever) Mnn lo his Own fineness
PRAOTIOAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
OOLUMBIA   STREET
(OT. OTITIS AI no-iiij,
1TC A* WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
FkfulcMiii' rmtrliitloM tnd hull, Reelim i BjmcIiU,.
N. B, —Only G.nnln. Dray SHd.
Orer tronty years' experience.    mrSS
MUD BAY, B.C.
pKisPAVte*) TO FDP.N18H n'l kinds
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
A.it. a i.'lIi'iik 'n .1-e cot.ar !lni,
J, BAGNALL,
■ HMH.L-II * tWU V.C.IT.K tf      '
IGiL INSTRUMENTS,
W'XT. VIBiT '.HE MAINLAND,
01 p. V v'th* ;o?aI Toa-, a-id wi.il
be hh*)ny a ei eive aid e: ecu e ordon
for a't _*-idi ol Mrsicp'. i is>;amedUi,
rfsnos aid Oigi'us unedor regu'a-ed.
Farors' o n ihe MaOV^d ro'.va-tfed
Ji*wugli W. ff. Vfrr*, .<, W., wi". -e*
cebre promt r  ei'ou. jjr36je
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APHUHb-Ifi ANO COMMISSION
■   MERCHANT.
8ALE8 r-OOTJ, PlfHt-TTOOP BUILDINO,
YAVU S'-RgIT,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
AT Liberal advances mads on Consign*
menU.
To facll'.la'e „U H\le o: Haa1 Esj.^, I
have oO^H'e e jpap* o' V?co*.'a S-vvl*
ihft-i, Ne> WrV.JThsle? anil tJe Ws*
trie.-*,,
N. I. Pr.;': dw'roi'.io' se"h2tl*eir
Sioc:. Stoe'i ? j .teptfej o; ?•*»■'. r e, a«d
notw»Vfhg C *e io.ii> o' ri Aro'ou
Sa'e, can Jrrt aC. viB yer 'ore '",**
oat er*x»e. 0?ce o: e E** '-*iCo-
lumV W*-« \ ."0 ' s. A'l so^-ia 0" w' re
wo:k oee. Q.C.ere fil'eu wnhreali
and 1'ispatch.
•■ee af Marker Master aad Ptrt War-
lee. ,vo
COME AND SEE
Goodfae-! H&« Com igiii, Eoji!
mas ^o.opr.iETon, jameb tuen*
JL OU.-ji .laving pjpla u ken iJossewon
o^jje T4-, -*£^AM f »0«H+; tmMAek o 1
C0I111.1 it? rn Cm c.* .iieeis. oppoblie
E llsco ». Ci-* cu O'O'Ot Jew ,7oHtmin-
»ie.,B. C.,r   t   uiw k Mn»n iihllio
rAHMER-3    HOMS,"
WllipCcof-noi Oteril hhoic iilenrsHnrt
tho nil -lie Kf ii'iri'.v iv.io.' .-o. ill .1 wl. .1
rcallr^ou nilccA. to. .< ne I'lydLOO-
Boph 10 t'eei: *tS.O0; Slus'e ile. K. 2't
ceitiicr-et h,ffieentj. -.*»"C-ooi rccoOi.to*
dRito.i.'o   uiiMMt F. -tllles.    uitiUic
PUT UP IN
Barrels of W Iron. eMIOfls,
-AND-
1-2 Barrels of I24mp. Gallons.
KYLE* TILTON,
rnoNT 8TnEEr,
New Wei.inl.Kler.
ASSOCIATION.
WE8T END
BitorHiCmT
P o'land'i'Ancjr
1 *,Muni *,BBi ulul00i
Ano Co i.'ec.'o:i-ry a'ways 01 ia 11.
.Delivered 01 *y oa- o'.'ieCly.
ROM.,   Colunola Si.wl.
jB2l*te -
Wm. McColl
Has te West
Two Doors!
T
Me
rHAT IS TO HA • , HK HAS B^MOVED
Mn writ tci't'.i'-i stook n.   ne.ieial
oreiiam Ue I ito
Lundbom's Block, Colombia Si.
Wheiehe>topoiton*eetii.| hino u frlenot
ana io.no' lewoncn.
He rlKliM.ocal- titteinlun to lliu H'llen*
(liu fcioek of
MEN'S CLOTHING
-AND-
Furnishing Goods
just A''.r:veu
wrJIIri i;««ortmeiil of liGIM'KMiRM AMD
FVOVISIOIVM Monnt be beat In fhN city
tot* quality or pi-leon.
Give btm a cat, nml Jiiitjf 'ofyoiiiwlven.
W'S.c
SALOON.
HAVING PtBCHASED THK WUi.->
known Saloon, on Coii'.nnla Hlreei.
vo ie.; to ftmrtmiee thai, wcslmli IibrIhu
to neerll ourold 'riem.it.
si.e mci:ay a cimniE.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BiNDER, PAPRR RULBB,
and Bliuk Book MmifMtnnr.
Hap. Mid Drawing Paper MoniM.
FUm ol Magaslnos, lUnstrated Paptn,
.to., nutly and cheaply Bound.
«»T*n*eil street, Tlrlorl*. I.O.
GnaraalM CaflUI *l,.l).W.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toromto, Canada
A HOME~CQMPANY,
This Assoc'ai'on merits the
coiifiilence the PuWc is repos.
ine; in it fiom the foUowing
FACTS:—
The Seer :y of!e -ed ;o no^'cy hoU e.i ta
ittsi'i wssed'lye.ty Co fiwjfi'o" 'J jra!
w% ia Croat i',
r,.'.nt-Mto*c.ie«ie'o' 'nil*..nee, bet'he
i/e"*e,:.r*» 's.i1"*- ! "ie", beeee '. te no!!cy
hO'ie.-ic.'.''lOt-'* ..i's'^u »<.o   te't'co**
t TOiH. -
I N-.iJ»ienteo." oiU«ni''i'iec T'wftuct-
MyitiuTe.'s<oot,t' ei'U >,.*-;e;pei* sbotr-
f)';evey ' em of I'-oiiieriKt ;<owea;tieit-
deil.
I."po? 'onhit-ee. r^nci'a.t • .'"ji'.oro
a ('c.itpei* v. lnrmon >n w<:o.ieve - ' em
■ '!.' Mtl.yisluclm'ei'.
I " n,o^rati« hp" wen i-aesmti-cil la
(lie ii'n.o.-y of lati'ivjce i .1 Oort-r,
lis wlloicHHie im'is -f ite n/.er Jitvc
ye."i's, aiii*»o '*'o. *e.M »*ert cr.woye-i.%'
e:;is.e»ee.
I '1 ofl.se v'l^si.rii'loi'. i' ton pnernK-
a >'o iBi'i, Tlie o.t}fl;i .0 one c'nM of
no'icy lio'i e'n ate iio. I- '.cied io rIvc
lai,,e.- n.o.i tf 0 i"iv o llej cla'is, w.iieli
mci'ioi nflo-i's si oe 0.' ri'vn.iiesetover
the uiii'ot-ra oonei ji' - 1 of distribution.
J. K. Mie MI-IA1.D,
Mana;1 tgD;,*c.oi.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
A;en j, New W«itmlJt% e •.
Je>£mo*a'iernate.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Empinm
HOST FASBIO^ABLE 1W THE CITY.
Opposiio .he fiApi.. Co'i'aihla aireei.
New Woatttitn-irfr, G, C.      i ny°6U),
L-UlL
 DEALS
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goodj, &c,
YALE, b. 0,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tne Only Fim-Proof Hotel
in the City,
tde mm m\mm
M liNDEA THK CHAWK OF AK
BXPERIKNC-iO ARTI8T.
THE UNDKR8IGNKD BEOS LEAVE
to anaonnoe tryjl,, PaU,. trmtts.
lia. purohaswl tlie above HoW, whin
eTerythlng will b. fennd first-class, and
at reusonable ratxa.
The PirtorB na siteplnt Apart-
neitl an under the superintendence
of Mud. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private 'leading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for th. use of guests.
Jor gait or lie _ltxit
FOR SALB.
OEVBN FIMT-CLAiS-1 WORKOXM.
suite     - DxBEOK SIKM.
FOB SALE.
Also, two or three cows. Apple to
roNAU>M;«J-rW.M-T.
"Wm 8uma.,THi
Farm to Rent
THE "BnOOKHUBUT PLAOB,"
, R-:.' 8 ..illes Irora Ladnci's i«
end fi .rt,,,, We./Westmlns..r,
o. Jft'uc"jso;ilrst-cIasslan(l,w.l) a. aal
ro. Ii'iniljs. .'.nt. esnectally r« anjadlar
g-rilnaun- ioms. Tine clianc Taraa
easy. l*r ilesare l.ivj.«. to all and la*
snecciop. Jlylft.
1. vpp'led wiih the choicest brands of
YV.SSS, LIO.COES, ClOARS, tc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
. PBonutTon,
THE
FARM FOR SALE
/-\r.pOSITE CHIMJ V/HACK LANDIKO
Wo.- he no'th .ic. 0/ Frasw r»iT.
Wei' I . mm. • rax. oioh.ri: SS) halt
tiee.: a ilnc lo. o.' s..ir.ll IrrU; llae.M II
.Imot.iy: ioo. .louse, rm'bars. For fa •
tin" 11 ..Icula . a i,ily e-ther .»lab.? w
peiM.1.0
J'y Uli
,    X C. GABBER,
Jotnison', htniJuts, B.O.
if'
Li iit
11 -WMI-CLAflW DA1AT IfJt
11.'ried tt»i 1 one m It of Mil
Injc, HiTar-s eont.Utlaf      ""
vrtKAe. tjC fenee-, «ut*.<l
dvret|l,irfj»o»'*'o* r»T *~
ftm*
1.100 oi-i rf-rn aur onfmi!.
—M'owiiu> «■' aP5*
lil  <e eon  Tit
"t
T—nu,.jtc,>MmmssJ*uim .,«M*ti»
join.nu. Whl * sou rltiorwIlaaM
slocl:, rmpjemeuu anc.*iay. AfM. to
FORSALE
Wlnlien to dii-tjotie of l>li 1
Ei ok Ht: c ant* .he good wl" of tht butt*
new. TECS-IS KABV, wh'oji can -m ob-
to,ned on - opHca^o 1 to T. J. Armitrtmg.
March Slat, 1881. ap«*te.
A LARGE   STOCK  ALWAYS ON
Imiii.,  GtKH s not I.) uiock will l.e
o.t.e ed jiro np.l.v.
Jfewtpttpcri   and   Mncaxiuei  it>p.
p"euf onn'I pa  s o-';he wo-In.
I*ro*nnt aLenlioii given to OAlen bi
mnll.
irSB.ej     A.O. JOHNSTON, Mauafcer
WOODS I TURNER,
Caivtyarct:*,
Baal Btlafe Agwii,  Uid ■■rveftni
AranflklaHMN, aa* law mm* Aaeali.
Oar p:»oDO"ty'fslt a»o nowve.yooni-
ple^, aad we wonld call a-leoi:oi U> M
foMowitR w'.eciott*, ,wMch we areci-
aVetJ io oi'e» pi very reaaoiab-e figures,
TL'ei gnft-p-ileed:
New Westminster City.
Lot SO, bloc'x X-'.* 'II*—good "e Ke 1 -e
fci.e.
Si-'kHvIbVi of lot '0, Vooa XXXV-
66 K,2 'ee,.
Boaibweat J of lot 17, V00-1 XXTV.
New Westminster Suburbs,
lo n 71 d 8, Vook V-*u -ad t1 o'er d
a>d e 1 "i-; • 1' 0' >Uy, -esiiV'ce 0" W. h.
Iow-'mjic* K   .
Loi* jjp .    ),Voc'tV,
H.-»"n'**   "s'otfcO   '0 *
Br n"»Mo^o Io 1
"oc-ie.
-t .'oc.7.
New Westojipstef Distriot.
Good fprnu In al1 pert*.
J65-. woi fft'seC -ek ord.
-*AOio.wp Hf'-"ir!-*-*)ood<,at-"'faw!
b'iWy' 1 '-"Ofa'j :o 'w *o'd wli'ii-ocV
aim'.)  •. "•:  "T-tv* -d,
200 r o-r r • Sr vra—a ijj-endid chance
'otth-hj > iiat.i,
245 eevn ner- Lri'i'er'i Landirg.
»20 icvioi Lulu rs'a<?d,
PonMowJy.
> 'a-ger d .o.np'eie Mil, emli.nciiig
a". ,ta -U 0' lie Townri e.
Land Surveying
In*■■'.labranoheatmapaoompl-ed, tracings p-ewed, end pM ueecrip^iof inr-
veyMor^n-lv aud p-omp-'y attended
to *•»«' «pe Vice.
Havt 'gb-en over p1»no*i ibe 11 We of
New We1 ;.tpt't»ie*- Dis,Vct i .'-l-j owe
iurvov'ug iouii; \:o r-e ' 1 a pciiio 1 to
give {,teitt?l»gpurchpe •■ a co< i-eot t'eo*
cripi'o 1 of ihe properly ofe)«d.
Honey io lend ou approved lecarity at
low roi« of fatetwt.
Agents For
The rhe.il:.-. of Biooklyn, and the
Mv-trpoo*. ft London ft Globe Imunnce
CompaeiM.
Tho Kquliable L<"e Assurance Society
of the Untied State*.
Gladding, MoBean ft Co'i terra ootta
chimneya and vitrified atone aewer
piping. 	
OFFICE-Ellaru'i Block, Columbia
Stmt, New Weitminiter,
ap!2to       WOODS ft TURNER.
--ROYAL CITY-
Planing li
COMPANY, UMITED,
Richard Street,
Bf inn & ti
MANUFACTURERS AMD 1KA1.ERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
HASTINGS, B. I.
\      	
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and U furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrai-d Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
in British Columbia. Tbe prospect Is
charming, the sea breezes an invigorating, aud tbe facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
aud Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for- families or parties. Tlie Bar
Is entirely dctatclied from the main
building.
AT The Hotel Is under the Immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Blaok.
First-class stabling and feed for Hors
s. Busses to and from New Wentmtn*
ster twice a day.
GEO. BLACK,
jySSto rroprietor.
FOR^SALE
SO Per Cent. Vm tkii coit
AF'B*K-I,ASS  WTJLL  ASSORTED
Invo.ce o.
Dry Goods, Boots! Shoes
We'1 rui-t>.ci.;o a country Store,
oiifi-liu j* cash; balance on Ume.
Apply at
eelOte OFFICE OT THM PAPER.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHfllCE
DELTA LAUDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; 'wootkerroadarunaliif-hfDiifk
(he premises.   Apply to
'   E. A. WADHAMS,
de22ic Ladner's L?ndinj[,B.C.
FURNITUREI
LSStSR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets,
Ballings.
Balusters,
Newels,
Plain * r»«(r I ill Klnti of
TURNED    WORK.
THE UNDEHSIONED HAS PLEA-
■ure in announcing that he is now
vepared to supply all kinds ol Fond-
are, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and In flnt-daa, stylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the Citv. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Laic Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store, aufitc
0. R. & N. CO.
mHE S-HiAIII-Il   -
"13DAHO'
Wl 1 '.'Ull 'jc.wrcn
1
OuMlm. HI 1-orlTnV'llsvnd, Ht'i.ttlc,
i.ml Inie.-i.iu'Mfcio I\. -ts,
as lollowsi ,
Ui <'.. uv\ i.ur lunar«. I«.» m.i«im
> Ht»Wis.mai.ct T».»« «' am.
'.u-.- Mr. Wu wh.-ii ran Wtwiiow ar
I S.M.. a> wise > .aim.. T.iMtwr ».ii-
m*.
RlOUOTIOl. OF FARES.
Niw "M-smii n i'.w Vo\su-t, HM
It' .11. - - I.N
Tuotu, •   •   -I.*
S0.1IC 0. a CI.ANOEY, Ajent.
E8TABL18HKD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Ne«rly Ippoillc the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
riWK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
J.   assortment of al1 descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied vo Faro*
Hit., Restaurant., and Stft-mboeta ai th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
SECOND-HAND
bp&lrSi.
CYLINDER 821a, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill: with
Saw Arbor and two 63 Inch Spaldlnf-
looth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole ia
in good order, and mav be seta at tht
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at»
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New Wesl., 20th Dec, iK*.  [delate
ISTOTIOB.
la tke Estate af Sea. Clssvw, amend
IslnlU.
ALL PEHSONS INDEBTED TO THE
above Estate are ^ratred to srttl.
auch <ndeb;ednes.forihirl*-|t. aad all persons having claim, atr last .he said Bs-
itilc must send lu proved aoooaQte on or
before rhe 8th November next
I*at(.d fltli Oiobcr, I8CI.
E. A. JENNB,
"•■"id Administrator.
LARGE SALB
-or-
IOO HEAD OF STOCK
XT LANGLEY.
TO BE SULD BY riCUl AWTMX AT
He" y Warl-'s fa. m, Lanfc'ej.on
Wflieidw, the tltf «f tctotor.
His en^iie stook.vlth Ibatoi.heHndsoi
CnyCa.co.isttii .15 of p -oiu U bead of fat
e«.iie-r«v'n, yomij steer*, .iel en tmA
m'vet, T.icntook •*«!( ?n i.-'me uinfat-
Mo.i. A'<«n,i»Kiiii!Mtoiihwe' savauTlm*
oliiy Hrv.in nliei'ii.
Hix itiont.w ere-.!' \rlM be fIr*mon ap-
p.-ovet-' hecuil.y. ">r-.ien myldi iu* (at
eniiti; nm. iiry enn iiave ilte net of tha
hIh-i.h 10 1-- ner .lie. 1 in. Sa*o 10 eor.i«
me.ice el'Ou'c'oclr \, v. ■
A -jam o,- H01WKHW i jenold at the
saireilhie,
T, J. TRAPP, Auctioneer.
Ungley, IT- h Scu.„ >8M. MlTtd
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers I
me bis!
BREECH-LOADING SHOT OURS
From 110.00 to #l».00.
BREEGH-LOADING RIFLES
F.vm 15.00 to 171.00.
REVOLVERS
FromK.S0toiU.0th
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
AU sires, f rradast te St hall.
Ewje-D-sek t cirtb * Butey
DUnioiii SralB Hwttf.
Having impoHed diieei i-Mslhelka-
lory the largest .took ol Gus, BUaanl
Revolvers eve-held In tU> Prevlaee, I
can and wl'i se'* cheaps? than atty other
house In B. (J., awl what WIU says
you ean rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
CIUWIW IT., Wf nfmWKU.
Aa tameaae ale* ef s*Mtss« Seesls.
racket OMIetr asM TMsneeaMr M>
drtes,asHl Faster fioeis. «Uts NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notic. wn*. Smithe
Appointment Prov. Seo
Notice Jno.- Eobson
Clothing, Eto N. A. White
Sale of Oity Reserves.... A. J. Alport
Notice Purdy & Henderson
TOe gritigh golmnbiiro.
■"-— '   ' *""    ■
Wednesday  Morning,   Oet.  15, 1884.
Some Victorians conceived that
the government lots in that city belonged' to the municipality and not
to the government at all. They applied to the courts, therefore, for an
Injunction to prevent tho government sale. The attorney-general
showed very clearly thut the application had no ground either in law
or equity, aiid the application for an
injunction wus dismissed. Bi\t the
government can scarcely be charged
with want of generosity in this matter. Twenty-one lots were handed
over to the city corporation as pnrt
of a proposed park, and 18 others
were reserved for public purposes.
The Victorians ought to have been
satisfied with this surely.
It is not possible to ascertain with
thy exaotness the strength of tbe
independent Republic party in the
United States. It is estimated,
however, that there will bo 45,000
votes controlled by that party in
tbe state of New York alone. These
votes will nearly all be cast for Clove-
land, and will probably enable the
Democrats to carry that state hy a
sweeping majority. If the statements made by, Cleveland's friends
are to be accepted, there seems every
reason to fear that he is guilty of
the immoral chargo which hns been
brought against bim by his opponents. On the other hand it is urged
that-this sin wns committed many
years ago, when Cleveland was
young and foolish, and that a subsequent life of uprightness Bhould be
accepted as sufficient proof of reformation, The contention is not without reason. There can be no doubt
whatever that Cleveland's publio
record is far more acceptable than
tbat of Blaine. There seems to be
strong evidence agaitmt the Kepub-
lican candidate, such as a nation
' having respect for itself cannot consistently ignore.
Telephone War.
Ib A. Graham Bell the original
telephone inventor or is ho not? This
is a question which it seems the
United States courts are just uow
investigating.. Bell obtained patents for his telephone upon the
ground that he was the first inventor, but tho credit which has attached to him for this ingenious and
useful appliance is uow disputed,
It is claimed tbat Daniel Druw-
ba-igli, an obscure genius of Pennsylvania, constructed the first telephone,
and tbat the principle was known to
him long before it occurred to Bell.
The People's Telephone Co. has for
years been making aud renting telephones upon tbe pretext that it had
a right to do so on Drawbaugb's invention. The Bell Co. object to
this, and has commenced action for
an infringement of its patent. This
case enlists a large amount of pub*
' lie interest for two reasons—because
it affects nn instrument so familiar
to the publio, and because it is likely
to be one of tbe most remarkable
cases ever known before the courts.
The Bell Telephone Co. has already
Bpent four years in preparing its
case, and tho two parties have over
500 witnesses. The examination of
Dawbaugh occupied ahout 3 weeks,
and his cross examination took 5.
The court is packed with lawyers,
many of whom are high up in the
profession. It is likely the cuse will
be one of the longest and most
keenly contested ever heard of.
denounce the actions of the government
as criminal in protecting the manufacturer and strangling competition by the
many unfair na vantages derived from
such protection, while the producers aro
taxed iu order, to cheapen the cost of
production; therefore he itt resolved that
the workingnien of Hamilton condemn
the policy of tho government iu allowing the' importation to our shores of
pauper immigrants, and call upon them
to take measures to return such foreign
paupers ns are now in our land, and to
legislate against the arrival of others;
that we demand the recall of the immigration agents and lecturers employed
by the government, and the application
of the money appropriated for their remuneration to some publio work upon
which some unemployed Canadians can
earn their bread; that we especially pro*
test against the introduction Of Chinese
labor in any part of the Dominion, and
call upon the government to send hack
all tho Chineso now in Canada, or enforce such a poll tax as will drive them
hence; that we demand the repeal of all
laws that do not bear equally upon capi-
tal and labor, and tho substitution therefor of such liiwa as will protect the
laborers' rights from the encroachments
of selfish capitalists; that tbe working*
men of Hamilton refrain from giving
support to either of the political parties
in tlie future till such time as they se
cure by legislation uot promises, but
thoir rights.
It is quite evident that tbe agitation against unrestricted Chinese
immigration is extending eastward,
Onr sister provinces have become
aware that it is not British Oolumbia alone that will suffer from the
invasion. Like the Colorado beetle
these people will, if left alone, find
their way to evory province in the
Dominion, oarryiug "with them their
nasty ways and undermining the
legitimate workingmen of the country. When the nation once becomes
aroused, depend upon it the Chinese
"must go!"
Kara to Please.
Sewtoii A. Wliite,
Ii»l*oitcr and Dealer In
Men's, Youths', Boys'
and Children's
CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
HATS I CAPS,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETC.
«THE BEST ASSORTMENT
-OP-
ENTIRELY NEW OOODS
Hard Times
THE PEOPLE OP NEW   WESTMIN-
storaml surrounding country ure In
vited to see tlio
flt^QREAT REDUCTION
In tlio prices of Goads nt
The ROYAL CITY
Boot & Shoe tee
IN THE CITY.
OOLUMBIA STREET
Opposite 1111111* ot Uritish Columbia.
' ooI5to
The Leaven Working.
Somo time ago. we piiblislioil an
extract from the Toronto Globe
commenting upon the Otiineso quos-
tion in view ol tho demonstration
which waB ahortly to be made at
Hamilton, Ontario. In tliese comments 'the Globe discussed the question very' fairly, and maintained
that  the  timo   had  arrived when
I! some action should be taken by
the Dominion government to remove or mitigate the evils of
Chinese immigration. This wns
very encouraging to the people of
British Columbia, for the Globe is
i undoubtedly one of the most powerful and influential organs in Canada. The Hamilton demonstration
has taken place, and here is one of
resolutions which found unanimous
'approval and passed without a dissenting voice:
Wh.HU tlie system of importing pau-
Sr md Chinese labor to this country by
. several departments of the Dominion
ol Canada doe. not in any way protect
the Industrie, of our country or increase
tbe wealth of tne producers, but the importation of pauper and coolio labor, in
an already glutted market, bring, and
. iatnaate poverty and its attending evils..
The enforcement of labor contracts mule
in fonlgii countries, detrimental to the
Interests of wage-earner, of Canada,
will result lu a degrading competition
that will break the noble spirit of labor
and leader our slavery unbearable.  We
For  somo  time   tho   opposition
newspapers in this  province have
been howling because, thoy asserted,,
the government was giving away nil
the   public lands.     The Kootenay
bill, the island luilwny agreement,
tho Peace River surrender, the Kaglo
Pass contract, and numerous minor
matters   were   put forwurd ns examples  of   the "giveaway policy"
now prevailing.   This kind of cry
might have some merit in it if it
could be defended upon any principles of publio polioy, or if tho assertions so recklessly made hnd been
founded upon fact.   It is not possible for us yot to estimate with any
precision Ihe effects of the Kootonay bill.   It has thus fur resulted in
attracting a good denl of attention
to a portion of tho provinco which
is supposed to be vory wealthy, bnt
which   was  almost  absolutely unknown.     The company  which has
undertaken to open up and develop
this region in consideration of tho
privileges granted may mako a fur-
tuno or lose' one.   tfhey must tnko
the risks, and in any case the coun
try gains a substantial benefit.    The
results  of the settlement   bill are
more apparent   Tlie railway lands
in tliis district have been nearly .ill
taken   up, the dry dock has been
taken over by the federal govern
ment, and the construction of the
island railway is in actual progress.
All these things seriously affect the
province, and   affect   it   for good.
Both tho mainland and the island
feel the stimulating influence of expanding   industry   and   increasing
business.   Beyond the editor of the
Standard nnd his representative in
this city we doubt if tharo could bo
found in this province a man who
would he rush enough to assert that
it   would be an advantage if tlio
province went back to the condition
it occupied in tho beginning of 1883!
Since  that  timo the country has
made mure solid progress than it
made during the preceding ten years.
It would be absurd to claim all this
progress ns due to the government
polioy, but thero is very little doubt
but thnt policy had a great deal to
do with it.    But the organs aro just
now engaged iu a very different kind
of-cry.   They aro denouncing tho
govornment with characteristic venom because it would not give awny
tho   minerals in the railway belt,
and because it would not give away
its city lots in New Westminster
and Victoria.   Tho Dominion government claims that the conveyance
of land carries with it the minerals,
while the province maintains that it
doos not—and theso very organs ox-
press the greatest anxiety to Bee tho
Dominion government winl   This is
patriotic, surely;  and it is consistent, tuo, because theso organs would
not bu consistent with their record
unless they were chargeable with
inconsistency!
NOTICE-
KAI.K OF IMD ON 1HAYSK lsl,AM*.
XTOTICE XH HEREBY OIVEN, THAT
J1 *ho vacant portion o' the east half of
Hectlon twelve, Mnvne Island, will bo offered for sale at public auction nt the upsot
nrlco of $2.60 per aero, at the Landa und
works Oilice, Vlclovlit, at 12 o'clock noon
oi!Waay,nl.Novo^jrnext.-B,;
Chief Com. of Lands ft Works.
Lnndu and Wo*!™ Department, Victoria,
B, C. 8Sll October, '884. oelfitd
PnOViMCtAT. SKCitET AH\"S OF Kit! IS,
Ch October, 1884.
HiS HONOR the LleutcnaiU-Glvcrnor
Iiiih boon pleased lo make the following appointments:
George wifo, Esq,., to be a Oaioncr for
the Polling Dlvisloni of Hone and Yalo In
tho Electoral Dlslr'ct of Yale.
George D. Murray, Esq., lo bo Deputy
Assessor under the Assessment Acts, for
the Din trict o.' Now Westminster, as do-
lined In the "Assessment Act, 1870."
Uoolt
The people are no doubt awaro of the Superior quality of Boots and Shoes
end other Goods kept by
MRS. E'GOLD,
Which are unquestionably tho bestlu this
City, and oniinot oo surpassed anywhere In the Province.
NOW IS THE TIME
To make purchases, when Qoods aro sold
. to suit the times, became
Money Saved Is Money Gnrncd.
ARCHIE BB,
-DEALER  IN	
The following goods, Imported from tho
manufactories, are ofloiel at a great reduction, as the stoek is larger than tho
Btato of the market justifies:
40 pieces Canadian Tweeds.
275 BUlt«j of Mon's, Boys' and Youths
Clothes,
100dozen White Shiris.
>   50 dozen assorted Shirts.
35 dozen fine American Hals of the latest stylos nnd finest quality. ,
18 oases of Now Goods Just recoived by
steamer Idaho.
Tho following is the reduction of prices:
SO por cent. olT Boots and Shoos.
25     '!,•-'-     Tweeds.
85     "     -J     Clothing and Hat*.
P5     "     '!     Dry Goods.
40     "     "     Fancy Goods.
Fir Cordwood,
Alder Cordwood,
and Coal,
Wlilcli will bo delivered anywhere in tho
City at the lowest possiblo rates, and in
quantities to null customers.
TEAMING and DRAT1TO
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
«se- Orders may bo loft at tho
GROCERY
CORNER OF COLUMBIA & BIACKIESTS.,
Where will be found- a complete Slock of
Dry Goods, Groceries
and Provisions, &c,
Wlilcli are olloicd at LOWEST BATES.
ARCHIE BURNS.
(oclltc)
NOTICE,
THURSDAY, THE Orn NOVEMBER
having been set apm < and appointed
iiyHis Excellency the Governor General
in Council tui a day of Gene-al Thanka*
giving .hroughont llio DomUlon,the public ottlces will *jo closed on thnt doy.
By Coimwino.
JNO. ROBSON,
P'-oviiH-li'lSecrelriy.
Provincial Secretary's Oilice,flth Octo-
be, 18ft'. 15oc2i
Sale of City Reserves
BY AUCTION.
NOTICE.
THE SALE OK CITY RESERVES AND
GardoiiH will take placo nt tho Court
Henne instead of the Council Chambers,
City ot New Westminster,on Monday, tflth
October, at 11 o'clock In ihe forenoon.
By order,     A. J. ALPORT.
O. M. C.
City Clerk's Ofllce. New Westminster,
14th October, ikhj. lQocit
THE
... JARTNER8HIP HERETOFORE
_ existing between William I). Purdy
nnd ThomaH E. Hendorson im Tile and
Brick Manufacturers hns this day boon
dissolved by mutual consent. All debts
due Ihe Into firm are to bo paid to Thomas
E. Hendennn by whom ail liabilities will
be settled. Dated [Sth October, 1WI.
WILLIAM D. PURDY,
lOoelm     THOMAS E. HENDERSON,
FALL&WIITER
GOODS
.TUS'f RECEIVED BY
Ellard & Co.
20 CASES
OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE
DRYGOODS
CONSISTING OF
DRESS GOODS,
Tills Ureal Keiluellim logins oil
Tuesday, October 14th
AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
FUBTHEB NOTICE.
■.Country ortlors will bo punctually
attended lo.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STREET,
Opp. Ewen's Cunuew,      NEW WESTMIHS1ER.
oolite.
IMPORTANT
AUCTION SHE
-ot-- •
Household Furniture
And EFFECTS.
Not for 20 days,
Not for 40 days,
Not to get rid of Old
stock,
I Have None
HE KEY TO HEALTH.
0
BURDOCK BLOOD
Unlocks sll Iho clogged avenues of th|
So-well, Eidnoys and Liver, cartyiuj
iff gradually without weakening the system,
dl the impurities and fotil humors of th(
Kcretions', at tho same time ComCtiM
Icidity of the Stomach, curing BUI.
luanoss, Dyspepsia, Headaches, Vis-
tineas, Heartburn, Constipation,
bryness of the Bfctn, Dromw, Mm-
■ess of Vision. Jaundice, Salt Rheum,
Brysinelas, Scrofula, Fluttering of
Iho Heart, Nervousness ana General
Ssbilit*-; »'l iheK and many other similar Complaints yield in the happy Influence
fir BURDOCK BLOOD BITTBE8.
Bample Bottles 10c; Regular alie$l.
For sale hy all dealers.
t*.MII.BI'KW A t'O.. I'rnnrle.lors. ToroMle
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B.C.
CLOSE AT HAND TO THE RAILROAD
STATION.
THB UNDERSIGNED having fitted up
this now CHlnbllsliment n«o Iii'8t*elanH
restaurant. Invito the public to give him
ft call whero Meal* ore served on the
Shorten' Notice. Next door will be found
A Well-Selected Hock of
GROCERIES, GAME AND FRUIT
Alio, a First-Clan Bakery.
i toeflm •
P.CLAIR,
Proprietor.
T AM INSTRUCTED BY MR.-RANKIN
X to sell by Public Auction ut Ills residence, Ferris fdrcet, on
Thursday, October 2,1, 1884,
At 10.S0 A.M..
The whole of Ills well kopt Furniture, consisting tn part us follows:
PARLOR.
Carpet, Centre Tabic. Sofa, Chairs und
Rockers, 0 ruum ents, Pictures, Chandelier, Fire Irons, Window Blinds, Laco Cur-
tll'llK, iKf.
DINING ROOM.    -
OH   Cloth,   Extension   Tabic,   Stove,
Chillis, Lounges) ftni-kors, Brackets, Lace
Curtains, Crockery, Glassware, Clock, Ac
BED ROOMS. •
2 wltlmit Bedroom -Suites Complete,
Carpets, Sprint' Mattresses, Laoo Curtains. Blankets, Comforters and other
Bedding, Stove, Ac.
PANTRY.
A complete outfit.
KITCHEN.
No, (t Range, nnd vory complete outfit.
Persons wishing to inspect the furniture
may do so nuy time before lhe salo by
calling al the residence.
.insil'll t'OLIMTONE,
Auctioneer.
In nll the latest styles anil shades,
cohipiiaing Cashmere, French Foi-
lels, Fancy Checks, Striped Home
apuns, ke,
A large stock of BUTTONS and TRIMMINGS to match nil Dram Qoods.
Mantalassc, Boleil aud Brocaded
GL0AKINGS,
A splendid stock.
Lad'cs* k Dents' Gingham, Alpaca ft; Silk
UMBRELLAS,
In all sizes.
Whito, Scarlet, Grey, Navy, Pink, Ma-
roon,-^ Cardinal, Striped ft Checked
FUNNELS,
In all prices.
Ladies'  Knitted
SHAWLS,
In all shades.
Children's Knitted
Jackets, Hoods, &c,
A fine assortment.
Ladles' and Children's
Ulsters, Jackets&Dolmans,
In endless variety.
A large stock of Men's and Boys'
CLOTHING
A full lino of
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
NECKTIES, COLLARS, BRACES,
ko., kc., in all the latest styles,
JAMES ELLARD & GO.
LONDON HOUSE.
(ool Ito)
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISHJ0IUMBIA.
Bovnl City Plnulo* Mills Co., L'lilHil.
Plaint I ffh,
AKD
Gurry Rurus, Defendant.
DEPENDANT IS REQUIRED lo take
notice that nn action hns been commenced ujfulnst htm In this lion. Court,
nnd thnt an order lias been obtained for
substitution of service, copy whereof Is
below scL out, and that he Is rami red to
appear herein, otherwise the action will
proceed against htm.
W.NORMAN BOLE.
Plaintiffs' Solicitor.
Uth October, 18M.
IN THE SUPREME OOURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Between
The Royal Citv Pianwo Mii.lh Co.,
Limited, PlBintlil's,
AND
Garry Bukns, Defendant.
Upon reading affidavit of John Hendry,
sworn the 7th October, IBM, and filed thia
day; the affidavit of W..J. Armstrong,
sworn and filed this day, and exhibit
therein referred to; and on reading the
affidavit of W. Norman Bole, sworn und
illod this day; and on hearing Mr. Bole,of
counsel for the Plaintiffs, and the Plaintiffs by their attorney, said W. N. Bole,
agreeing that all monies to bo recovered
by execution, attachment or otherwise, be
paid Into Court to abide tbe further order
of the Court, I do order that servico of this
Ordor und the copy of the Writ by sending
a copy of each by prepaid post lotter addressed to the defendant nttho post offlco
New Westminster, and bj Inserting advertisement* of (he commencement of
this action and of this ordor lu the Comim-
uiANiind Quantum during two Issues, nnd
ie defendant Is required to appear
herein otherwise that the action will proceed against him, and the posting of a
eopy of said writ and ordor In the office at
the Supreme Court, New Weslmluster,
shall be good and sufficient servico of tho
writ heroin, and thut the ordinary eight
days time for entering un appearance shall
run from tho compliance with this order
as to posting up In the Supreme Court
ofllce and sending of the letters as ordered,
and from the lirst Issue of thu advertisement. Gouts of this order to bo cohIhIh
tho cause.
J.P.McOREIfJHT.J.
October Sth, m.
WRIT OP SUMMONS.
IN THI! 8UPBENB COURT W BMITIHN
UOLIHUIA,
Between The Royal Oity- Planing Mills
Company, Limited, Plaintiffs,
and
Hurry Burns, Defendant.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain nnd
Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Falthi
To Garry Burns^Wo Command You that
within eight dnvs aftor the service of this
Writ on you, Inclusive of the duy of suoh
service, you cause an appearance to bo
. .„  — .|0_„.,, M ...
of yonr so doing, the plaintiffs may pi
coed therein and judgment may bo gi v
In your absence.
WITNESS, Sir Matthew Balllie Bcrfile-t
Knight, Chief Justice, the seventh aay
of October, 1881
N.B.—This Wilt Is to he served within
twelve calendar mouths from the dato
thereof, or, If renewed, within slxoalendar
months from the date of such last ienew-
nl, including the duy of such date, and not
afterwards.
The Defendant may appear hereto by
entering an uppoaranco, either personally
or by Solicitor, at the office of the Registrar of the Court at New Westminster.
The plaintiffs' claim Is ngalnst the defendant as thu maker of a promissory
note and for the price of goods sold,
The followlngnrotheparticulars: Prom-
AUCTION SALE
TOaETHEB-WlTn
BUILDINGS, STOCK.
IMPLEMENTS,
Household Furniture, Etc
Not to make room for
my new importations
of fall Goods, they too
are to go, and of which
71 cases have arrived.
Not forced by. circumstances to close out
business, but it will be
done all the same.
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the rates
of express freight ou packages and
parcels, safely and properly put up and
not containing any extra valuable or
dangerous compounds will be: '
Between Victoria Md New Westminster.
Packages under itl lbs...,;. ....25 cts. euch
Packages over 9 and under 25...50 eta. eaoh
Packages over 24 und under 5ft.75 eta. each
Packages over GO at 1 cent per lb
From New Westminster to Yule.
Loss than 8 lbs .25 cts. eaoh
From 8 lbs, to 10 lbs.. ...50 ots. each
From 10 lbs, to 25 lbs .75 obi. euch
From 25 lbs. to 50 lbs.: .ft 00 each
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs fl GO each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs, or overJiete, per lb
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE AND   LYTTON.
Less than 2 lbs HHH 25 cts. each
From 2 lbs. to 5 lbs...,**.,. GO cts. each
From 5 lbs. to 10 lbs..:.. 81 00 each
From io lbB. to25 lbs io els. per lb
From 25 lbs. to 75 lbs 8 eto. per lb
Over 75 lbs flow, por lb
To Spcnce's Bridgo, Nieola, Savona, Kamloops, Cache Greek and Olinton, 20 cts,
per lb.
To Barkerville and all  points between
Barkerville and Cllnton...25 cts. perlb
On C. O. Ti. and valuable packages one
percent, on value In addition to ordinary
rates.
MONEY RATES
Between Victoria nad New WestBUutcr,
SS CTS. PER «1M.
Cliomittunces'lusured against all risk at
"Lloyd's."
IBANK  n. BABNABD,
Manager B, O. Express Co.
FRED. HOMER, Fjkwt St.,
au2l« Agent New Westiniuster.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED. AT
T.HWiOlSliii
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located ■ for convenience of
Ladles ordering), a Market to supply the
Publio with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,  Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND	
MAINLAND
CIGAR
FACTORY
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
iii,
DON'T
FORGET IT
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN IN-
struoted by Mr. M. P. Barnes to soil
by Public Auction,on the premises known
as Mrs. Still! van's Farm,on the Scott roud,
4 miles from Brown's Landing, on
Friday, October 17, '84
The following vnluablo Property, vlai
LOT I.
143 Aeres or I'lt Alltli: LAND, belngN.E.
U ot saetion 85,township III, betweon Mud
Bay and Boundary Bay. This farm Is all
prnirie, composed of rich block loam, and
Is known ns one of tho best pieces of land
in tho district, Upon the propeity uro a
comfortnblc frame dwelling, two barns
and a shod.
LOT 2.
1 span Buy Marcs, well broken to siidiUc*-
and single or double hnrness.
1 Filly, rising two years.
2 fln-l-i-luss Milch Cows,
1 two-year old Heifer.
2 yearling Heifers,
l Calf.
1 Berkshire Boar and a number of Pigs.
Large lot of Chickens.
LOT 3.
1 Farm Wngo i, non'ly new.
1 pair Doubletrees,
1 Plow, nearly new.
1 Harrow, nearly now.
1 sot doublo Harness.
1 Huddle und Bridle,
1 Shotgun.
Croscut Saws, Hpadcs, Shovels, Ac:, Ac.,
and numerous other Implements.
1 patent Churn,
a Butter Presses.
10 Milk Puns.
Lot of small Pans,
Throe or four tons Potatoes, (extra quality, imported, and valuable for seed),
targe quantity of Turnips, Carrnts.Man-
golds, and Cabbage,
lOtonsflist cluis Hay.J
LOT 4.
2 Bureaus.
Spring Mnttrosscs.
Largo Mirror.
Lounge.
SBedo and Bedding.
Large Cooking Stove, with plpo.
6 TabltH.
2 Clocks.
About 200 pieces Table Wure.
Issory note tor 61200, dated Sept. 2nd, 18M,
made by defendant payable thirty days
afterdate.  Prlnclpcl, "11200.00
16)14, September SO, balance of acct.
for goods sold to this date. ISM
Amount due..« .':«80$*,82
Tho plaintiffs also claim Interest at tho
rate ofl2 per cent, por annum on 98064,82
of the above sum from tho date of tho
Writ until Judgment, and tho sum of 880
(or such nuni as may be allowed on taxation) for costs. If the amount bo paid to
the Plnlntiffs or their Solicitor or Agent
"within four days from the service horeof,
further proceedings will bo stayed.
This Writ was issued by William Norman Bole, of Now Westminster, Solicitor
for the spld Pluintlfis, who reside ntNow
W.s.n,in-lor,ao      rman
PlalntluY Solicitor.
New Westminster, B, C. lloeSt
Largo lot of Tabic Cutlery.
Quantity of largo ptone Jar;
Lot of Lmonwarc.
Lot of Table Cloths, Towels, etc.
Washing Maehluo,
Sausage Machine, nearly new.
Spinning Wheel, and
Two pair Wool Cards.
Lanterns, Lamps, Milk Pulls,
And many other articles.
dale commences at 10 o'clock A.M,
Termh:—For nll articles except tho farm,
Cash. On the real estate, two'thliilswisli:
the balance may remain on mortgage for
two or threo yoars, bearing Interest.
■VPorsons nre Invited to Inspect the
above farm and judge for themselves as
to its value. Any additional particulars
may be obtained from the auctioneer.
JOSEPH GOLDSTONE,
Auctioneer.
New Westminster, Oct, 2,1884.
oc4td   '
On and after the 15th
inst, my entire stook
ofDRYGOODS,
CLOTHING,
CROCKERY,
GLASS WARE,
SILVER and
plated ware,
goldwXtghes,
CHAINS, Etc.,
Where there will always bo found a gooil
supply ou hand.
GOODS DELIVERED FltEE OF
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders being left at the ollice.
We respectfully solieit the patronage
of the Public.
tr Remember the stand—TWO DOOI-s
below Trapp Bros.
WINDSOR & NELSON,
Managers at Market.
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyutc Manager Fishing.
WATCHMAKER
-ANIV-
JE*WBLLBS8
Would oall tlio attention of the public
to this celebrated make of
AMERICAN WATCHES
Pmoi, from SI4 Up.
For durability and timekeeping unequalled,  Every wntch gutirun*
toed for five years,
I HAVE ALSO ON HAND,
WaHhan, EngM and Swim Watshei
IN aOs— AND 8II.VEB.
CLOCKS, FROM SI.60 TO $20
WM. TIETJEN
HAS OPENED A CIGAR FACTORY
In the
Holbrook stone Building,
NEW WKftTMINRTEft,
And hnving hud many yoars experience,
Is now prepared to supply tlie trade with
a superior article nt prices ns low as cau
be obtulnod elsewhere.     Look outfor the
"MAINLAND"
BRAND OF CIGARS.
writ beats them all.
City of New Westminster. •
IMPORTANT
—op—
CITY RESERVES AND GARDENS
A PUBLIC AUCTION will take place
J\ nt the Counoil Chambers, City of New
Westminster, on
Monday, the 27th day or October
At Elkvks- O'cmok in tub
VonnNoiw,
When the following Lot. will be submit*
tcil li.itnhllc comiielltlon Jn accordance
With tne Land Hale By-Law, 1884, vlsl
(iovonimcnt Offlce fitrdeni, Block A'
Lots 1,2,4,0,8,10, IS, 1.1,17, 22.
Victoria 'lirdpns, Block B.
Lots 1,1,3,0,1,12,1.1, IS, 18, 20, 22, 21, 25
21], 27,21, a, 31,11, iB, an,« !
Alice Girdem, Block E.
LoU I, I, S, 7,0.
Louise Wardens, Block C.
Lots 1,2, J, 6,7,8.
Olinton Place tame, Block ¥.
Lols 1, 3, 5, 7,[1,11,19,IS, 18,20,22,23,2S,
27,28,30,82,83, S*.
Merchant Square, Block S.
Lots 1,2,1,0,7,0.
Bailors' Dome, Block I.
Lots 1,2.
TKHMK-3.1-,; por wm. on the Call ul tbo
hammer, SUM per eon!. In three months,
und I ly. balance of Die purchase money In
six months from ilnto of Hale.
By Onlcr,
A. 1. ALPOI.T, O. M. O.
llatotl at Now Westminster the 2ml day
ofHc|ilember,l884. mold
will be sold at oost for
cash OF COURSE.
Before the 15th I will
publish a list of the
principal LINES of
OOODS, Etc., and prices which will astonish somebody.
C.G. MAJOR
"aoid, Silver nml Rolled Plnte
JEWELRY
A large nsnortment of
60LD RINGS,
NECK CHAINS,
SNAKE BRACELETS,
LADIES' OOLD WATCHES, Stem
and Key Winders.
A fine selection of the lalesjl stylos In
Electro• Plated Ware!
Halves, lerlu* Hpoons, Kit.
JKTNONE BUT THB BEST QUALITY.
Price* rw low mt nuy houso In iny|llno
•nd nbout 85 per eent, lower thnn the samo
goodi can be bought for In any grocery or
hardware store In tho Provinco.
Watch", Clerks em* Jewelry repaired
■nd mIMOicIIoh fanrnnlred.
Old gold bought.
■eweinber tlw Munil la lhe
New Colonial Hotel Block
OOLUM11IA STREET, ■
Ntw Weitminsler, British Columbia.
_    oeSlo
-THE-
West Shore!
SEPTEMBER, 1884.
THB OltKAT
illustrated:
tr DOUBLE NUMBER, 1
BRITISH COLUMBIA
A MAQNU'IOENT NUMURll TO BEND
TO YOUll FRIENDS.
ONLY 25 OENT8 PER COPY.
TIPEARSOIMO'
I
Sole Agents for tho Mnlnlnml,
selTIo i %\tt f ritish dtolumbiaii.
Wodaesdar MornJ.8, Ocl. 15. 1884.
The sUarn ferryboat is running again
as lively as .ver.
Senator Masson baa accepted tbe
Lieut.-Governorship of Quebec.
'   Use only tbe celebrated " Louis " Velveteen.   For sale by James Elmrd k
Co.
Le Paris says that France and Germany ore riot agreed on Egyptian affain.
The steamer Irving brought down 80
hekd of cattle from Hope last Mondny
night.   -
Remember tbat D. S. Curtis 4 Co.'s
Drug Store is next door to tho Colohlul
Hotel .    se27to
The atr. Idaho arrived from Tacoma
on Monday night with 63 tons of
freight.
It is aaid that a company in Loudon haa secured a diamond weighing
467 carata.
Yesterday wa. a beautiful, bright,
glorious day, auch aa we have not seen
for koine weeks'.
The steam schooner Grace it to
make weekly trips between Victoria
and Port Moody.
It ia expeoted the Colonial Hotel
will he ready to receive guests in
about a week or ten days.
The election took place yeaterday in
Ohio, but the result wu not known
at the time of going to press.
Laat year about 6,000,000 parsons
orossed tbe great Brooklyn bridge by
rail, and about 6,000,000 on foot.
It is estimated tbat diamonds to the
value of over (1,000,000 were exported
from African mine) in the Month of
July.
The steamer Reliance iB being overhauled at Victoria, and it ia snid Bhe
will shortly take the place of tho str.
Irving,
Prof. Morse hna decided to remain
until Saturday bo that those who have
not purchased his inhaler may have an
' opportunity of doing ao.
The Overland Monthly cumes with
very interesting contents. This magazine iB published by Samuel Carson,
San Francisco, *4 a year.
The snag boat Samson arrived down
from Sumas lost night. She haa been
doing aome heavy snag lifting there, uud
haa broken her chains badly.      '
Rain and change continue the chief
characteristics of the weather. Those
who predicted'a line Ootober are not
as sure of the signs, aa they once were.
The Bteamer Teaser did not leave
this oity for Victoria until about 12
o'cloek lost Saturday night. She was
held by Coal Harbor men who camo
up here on business. "*
CauoiuujM among land owners at
Coal Harbor and Port Moody are now
very common. It is believed that very
important news will be received before
the end of this month,
The West Shore tot October contains among other illustrations one
showing the line of the O. P. R-, in a
most rugged part of the Frazer, and
the bridge across the Skuzzy.
The Seattle Chronicle says it is rumored that the steamer Geo. E. Starr
will take the place of the Idaho
on the New Westminster and Tacoma
route, and tho Olympian will euoceed
tho Starr.
Tho atr. Princess Louise nrrived
from Victoria ut 2:30 ,.n Monday afternoon. If ahe would do this ovory
time, or oven mako this port at 3,
- there would be no grumbling here; but
when it comes to 4:30 and 6 there is a
grievance.
Since transfer arrangements havo
been perfected on the Columbia, the
through freight now comes over tho
Northern Railway from tbe oust to
Tacoma, without breaking bulk. This
ia both a saving of time nnd a great
convenience.
Thirty-fivo govornment lots were
oold iu Victoria last week for something over' fJM.OOO. The highest price
obtained was (716. The prices obtained at the government ule in Ihis
oity were considerably better. The
Bale, however, ia pronounced a success,
Captain Pittendrigh inform! ua that
another shipment of 800,000 aalmon
eggs wai successfully placed in the
hatchery laat Saturday, These eggs
oame from Harrison river, and were
transferred by Mr. Mowat. There
art now about 2,000,000 eggs in the
hatchery.
There ia something about a Canadian expedition that the enemy cannot
stand. When the Canadian expedi-
. tion went to Red River, in 1870, Mr.
Riel's provisional government took to
ita heoh, without Bring a shot, and the
expedition was a picnic. We are a
great nation.—Hamilton Spectator..
Mr. Anderson, late superintendent
of fisheries, held that salmon, after
spawning, nevor returned alive to salt
water. Captain Pittendrigh ia of a
different opinion. He has had a number of aalmon branded and tagged thia
Bummer, and 1. confident that some of
them will turn up in the nots next
season.
London is becoming. alarmed at its
own phenomenal growth. Even now,
though tbe pace haa been a little
oheeked, the metropolis adds a new.
Brighton to itself every year, building
from twenty-live to thirty thousand
houses. In a short period a fourth of
England will be concentrated in a district a few milea square.
We sincerely hope the. rumor ro-
apacting tho aandheads lighthouse
keeper, published elsewhere, may yet
prove to be without foundation. Up
lo a late hour hut night wo endeavored
through the telograph to ascertain tho
facta, but could learn nothing definite
Captain Revely wai at Nanaimo last
night, but the operator oould net find
Wm. '
A peculiar virtue in Ayer's Sarsaparilla is that while it cleanses and pnrgei
v tlie blood from all corruptions and impurities, and thereby roots out disease,
it builds up and invigorates the whole
system, and makes one young again.
■
A N»w Bronx.—Our enterprising
young townsman, Mr. Newton A.
White, haa fully opened hi. new .tore
on Columbia atreet, and makes hie business announcement in another column.
Mr. White hu been a resident of this
province (great many yoars, and for
aome time hu held a responsible position in the mercantile establishment
of Messrs. James Cunningham k Co.
He begin, business now for himself,
and alerts with the advantage of being
both woll known and woll liked. We
hopo thia latest venture in the eity
will meet with complete success.
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Dentistry.—Dr. K. M. Chenille wishes to inform tbe publfo that h. will
leave New Westminster for Nanaimo bn
or about the 15th lost., to attend his
regular professional engagement there.
ThoH in need of professional services
ahould govern themselves accordingly,!'.!
.    Mews for the Farmers.
Hay Presses and Hay Tedders substantial and cheap to be bad from tho
Albion Iron Worka Go. Limited, Victoria, B. C. jy9m2
Anthracite Goal—A field of an-
thraoite coal has recently been found
near Cascade Mountain, on the Canadian Paoifio Railway, 900 miles weat of
Winnepeg. It hu men traced in a direct line, on ita outcrops, for: several
miles, and, at intervals, pita or shafts
havo been dug to prove the regularity
and persistence of this anthracite stratum. About 300 tons have been mined
aud ahipped to the eut, and from this
amount sufficient testa have been made
to prove; not only ite great value, but
also ita identity u a true anthracite
coni.—Mining Review.
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What is thk Matks I—Lut even
ing the tug Pilot, with Captain Revely
on board, started for the Sand Heads
lighthouse, Fraser river. Hia sudden
departure for that place is explained
u follows : On Tuesday lut, when the
steamer Princess Louiae left New
WeatfninBter for this port, ahe took on
board a man whose name we are unable to learn at present for the lighthouse above mentioned, and on arriving at it the keeper, with his assistant,
took the mail off in an open beat.
Since that date the light hu not been
aeen by vessels passing that way, nor
by partioB who were accustomed io see
it from the shore. As a heavy, sea was
running and a strong wind blowing
when Ihe boat left the .learner, it is
supposed she wu swamped in the
breakers on the Sand Heads and that
the men wore drowned. This belief ia
strengthened by the fact that the
blocks and tackle for hoisting the boat
out of reach of the waves have boen
dangling loosoly in the wind ever since,
—Standard of Mondesi. The man
who went down on the Louise wu Mr.
Fruer, brother of the lighthouse
keeper.'	
Many forget that the hair and scalp
need. cleansing u well as the hands and
feet. Extensive use of Ayer's Hair
Vigor lias proven that it is the best
cleansing agent for the hair—that it
prevents as woll ess removes dandruff,
cools and soothes the scalp, and stimulates the hair to renewed growth and
beauty. .
Tbe Mlsslns Hen.
Spoclnl to tlio Columbian.
Nasaimo, Oct. 14.—The Btr, Pilot
arrived here this evening with Capt.
Revely on board in search of the Sand-
head lighthouse keepers. The light
has not boen exhibited since a week
ago lost night. The men's coats have
been found, but nothing- hu yet been
beard of the missing men.
From Silvona.
Press Dlspnteli.l
Savona, Oct. 14.—Sparling, a foreman employed on the railway, wu
blown up this forenoon by discharge
of giant powder.   It is said he will
not recover.
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From Kamloops.
KamIiOOPs, October 9.-—Mr. Q. B,
Wright hus finished his wagon road to
the Columbia river, nnd has a contract
with the Canadian Pacific railway atl
thoritics to continue on to tlie summit of tho Selkirk range. Uo will
have ono hundred and fifty men at the
now work.
From Nanaimo.
flpcclnl to Columbinn.
Nanaimo, Oct. 14.—Last Saturday
there was an explosion from gas in the
Southfield mine, Price, Morgan, Is*
bister, and a chinaman were badly
burned. There are twelve ships and
the steamship Idaho now in Nanaimo
harbor and bay.
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Froni Mount Lehman.
'Corrospondence-ot the Columbian,)
Mount Lehman, October 11..—Tho
Mount Lehman sohool is completed
and has been accepted by ths Superintendent of Education. The building
was erected by Mr. J. K. Nelson,
of Langley, and the work haa been
done in a most satisfactory manner.
Miss Ella Ooughlan, la'o teaoher in the
Langley sohool, has been engaged as
teacher, and the sohool is expeoted to
be opened on Monday, the 20th inst.
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From Maple Ridge.
'Correspondence or the i'itluml.lnn.1
Maple Ridge, Oct. 13.—-Land slips
are tho order of the duy. Thu railway
along the river is submitted to a severe
test. Such a continuous down pour
of rain haB not occurred boforo in the
memory of tho oldest inhabitant Tho
"glorious" climate is spoken of in
ironic terms by many of the now arrivals. Some are speculating on tlio contrast in the weathor of B. C. nccording
to Professor Proctor's estimate fifteen
million years hence. The contract for
building the road across Pitt meadows,
is awarded to Mr. Goorgj Swan for $35
a chain. The difficulty of exit for the
settlers of that locality is at Inst solved.
The rival claims pf Stephons and Wilson were' settled last week by arbitration. Both claimed to have a prior
right to a government lot in township
12, The decision was given in favor
of Wilson. Those who on iny the "light
fimtustio" are looking forward to a
jolly time noxt Wedneaday evoning in
the Westcott House where a free ball
and supper will be givon by tho enterprising proprietors. Tho literary society will discuss again on Saturday
evening the merits and demerits of the
execution of Charles I:
Dominion and Province.
Within the prwl few day* an notion
in tho Supremo Court has been oom*
meiicod against the Chiof Commissioner at the suit of ths Attorney General
of Canada, the object .of which is to
prevent the provincial government
issuing orown grants of thoso lands
within the railway belt which, previous
to the Settlement Act, had been preempted or purchased by individuals.
Tho scope of tho action is wide enough
to embrace other questions, ob, for example, the right to the precious metals
and the sovereignty of tho lands within the railway belt. The writ asks for
a declaration that Hur Majesty is entitled to these lands, i. fi., Her Majesty
at represented by the- Dominion, and
further seeks an injunction against the
Chief Commirsioner, which we take to
mean an effort on the part of the Dominion to osUblish a sovereignty ovor
theso lands as distinguished from a
mere ownership of them in tho churuc
tor of trustees for railroad purposes.
We un willingly refrain from discussing
the merits of thia case, because, though
the matter is now launched beforo the
court, it is a subject, not of the ordinary ownership of the land, of whioh
there can bo no little dispute; it is of
far deeper interest j it involves the
right of sovereignty, of escheat, of precious metals, of right of way and of
water, and a host of cognate subjects.
The case is replete with considerations,
vitally affecting provincial rights, and
while abstaining from the discussion of
them we desire to inform our readers
of the litigation in which the Dominion
has embarked. Incidentally another
question arises, the power of tho supreme court to interfere, by injunction,
with the functions of the executive.
It is not to be wondered thut the Hon.
Mr. Drake, who has been retained by
the Dominion government, feels himsolf compelled to retire from the cabinet. It could not be otherwise. We
shall endeavor to furnish the public
from time to time with u faithful and
impartial report uf the proceedings before the court, being assured such proceedings will he of the greatest interest.— Colonist.
Police Court.
Before W.Norman Bole, Esq., P.M., anil
W.D.PerrlB,Es('.,J.P.
On Monday, Donnley, charged
with vagrancy,- was called. Chief
Constable Wiggins testified that prisoner had been playing the "idle dodge'
for some time past. He was well
dressed and had no visible means of
living. He considered him to be a bad
character. Police Magistrate Bole
said these well-dressed loafers were as
a general thing the worst kind of vagrants and were deserving of good sound
penalties; so that, in the light of the
evidence before bun, he imposed a fine
of $25 and imprisonment for throe
calendar months.
Charley Smith was brought before
the Court, charged with vagrancy, to
which charge he pleaded guilty. He was
given one month's imprisonment.
The next case called was J. S. Clute
vs. George Williams, charged with maliciously and intentionally breaking
windows in the residence of Mr. Clute,
in the latter part of July last. The
Court advised Mr. Williams to compromise the matter with Mr. Clute, stating that boys' testimony was generally
unreliable and contradictory, and in
the event the case went against him,
the penalty might demand a committal
of the defendant to jail, which would
be very humiliating to say the least.
Mr. Williams said that from what he
knew of the affair he had good reason
to believe his son innoceut of the
chargo, and believing this, he did not
intend to throw money away in compromising u case which he thought unfounded; he would lot the law take its
course.
J. S. Clute testified that the house
was unocoupied, and the damage done
to the property by Gordon Williams
and his playmates waa estimated by
Mr. Scoullar, glazier at the Royal City
Planing Mills, at $39.33.
Horry Wert testified that he, iu com
{tany with Gordon and George Wil-
iauis and Harry Parsons, in the latter
part of July, went up to Mr. Clute's
houso and broke sume of the window
glass, nfter whioh they ran away.
George Williams was sworn and testified that he was at sohool on the day
that the deed.was committed. He
saw the windows were broken ou Saturday, and he attended school every
week-day; said he first saw tho broken
window gloss on Saturday when going
after water.
The Court said tho boy's testimony
was very unreliable -and conflicting;
Mr. Ferris said Mr. Williams must
have boen misled by the boy's statement to him; tho evidence iu the case
was very strong.
Robert Parsons was sworn and testified that he in company with George
and Gordon Williams and Harry Wert
did in the latter part of July last break
tho gloss in the windows of Mr. J. S.
Clute's houso.
Mr. Ferris informed Mr. Williams
that at this late stage of the case tho
Court would givo him an opportunity
to compromise. Mr. Bole Baid it was
a wretched thing to bring children into
court. Their testimony was so unreliable that they made a farce of a case.
Mr. Williams said that he thought
with the witnesses he could produce
he could fully substantiate the boy's
innocence; but since the evidence was
against him he thought he had better
accept the compromise.
The Court then imposed a tine of
85; costs of court, $0.50; and $8,
damages ou Mr. Clute's property; total, $22.50; and in default of payment
oue month's imprisonment.
J. S. Clute vs. Gordon Williams,
charged with maliciously breaking window glass in Mr. Gluto's residence in
the latter part of July lust, to which
charge Mr. Williams plead guilty for
his son. The Court thon imposed a
tine of 50 cents and damages on the
property of Mr. Clute of $8; total,
$8.50; or in default of payment, 14
days' imprisonment.
Ontario Bribery Commission.
Tobohto, Out, 2.—The Bribery Commission met this afternoon. Hon. Mr.
Mowat was examined at length by Mr.
MoMaster. He said his information as
to bribery wob obtained iu n general way
from his colleagues. Uo left the conduct
of matters entirely to them, and, though
he was prepared to accept a share of the
responsibility, he could give very little
information. So other witnesses wure
examined.
Toronto, Oit. 3.—Hon. Mr. Hardy
wns examined before the Bribery Commission this morning. He emphatically
denies that he ar any member of tlio
government had deputed McKim or Balfour to endeavor to entrap Bunting. Tlio
government had placed Bunting ou a
piano with other offenders, and were
anxious to punish all. He told nothing
that has not already been made publL-,
Toronto, Oct. 4^-At to-day's session
of the Bribery Commission K. J. Vicars,
a strong Conservative, swore that a few
nights previous to the exposure of the
Slot in the house, Messrs. Fraser ami
lardy passed him on the street and he
heard Hardy remark; "H our littlo
Bchome with Balfour works we will fix
them," Hardy and Fraser entered the
box and gave the statement nu unqualified denial. Tlie latter said it wat: a lie
from whole cloth and promised to look
un Vicar's antecedents. The commission
adjourned until Monday, when Messrs.
Bunting and Meek will call witnesses in
their own defense.
Cuke vou Deafness.-— As numerous
testimonials will show, there is no moro
reliable cure for deafness than Hagyard's
Yellow Oil. It is also the best remedy
for ear ache, sore throat, oroup, rheumatism, and for pains and lameness generally.   Uused externally and internally.
City Conncil.
Council met on Monday night, His
Worship the Mayor in tho chair; present, Councilman Elliott, Johnston,
Hendry, Curtis, Cunningham nnd
Henderson.
Communication from Chief Engineer Fire Department received, in
reference to reception of steam fire
engine and recommencing that the
present quarters be enlarged enough
to accommodate both engines, and not
thinking it advisable to form a new
company ns enough men could be detailed from .the present company to
equip hoth engines.
The Chief Engineer of the department reportod 58 active members on
the roll.
Councilman Curtis said he thought
the Chief'Engineer's report iu regard
to the number of active members was
a farce and was over-estimated. To
his certain knowledge several of those
whoso names wore read by the clerk
wure not and never had been active
members. Ho thought it proper to
exempt only those who turned out and
earued by active servico the title of
"active member."
Coun. Johnston said those who paid
the annuel fee of $3 were enrolled as
active members, whethor or not they
rendered services to the company.
Moved by Coun. Johnston, seconded
by Coun. Curtis, that tho report of the
Chief Engineer be accepted.   Oarried.
Coun. Curtis thought it was a mistake of the council to receive tenders
for the sale of the oity lots in a lump
sum. He said that where the eity allowed a certain percentage of the proceeds of the sale to the auctioneer it
stimulated him to get all he could for
the property, because the city's gain
would be his gain; tnd evon though
tho seller made more on percentage,
the advanced price he would bring in
the sale of the city property in thia
way would compensate the city tenfold for the extra amount paid the'
auctioneer.   ,
Moved by Coun, Cunningham, seconded by Coun. Johnston, 'that the
previous motion be rescinded, and that
tenders be called for on a percentage;
tenders to be handed in at the next
regular meeting of the council. Carried. >
The following accounts were presented: Columbian, $40.98; R. C.
Planing Mills, $36; D. L. Smith,
$107.50; Woods & Turner, $97.50;
Dominion Saw Mill, $122; T. R.
Pearson & Co., 50 cents; Jas. Cunningham, $8.39; Wm. Rae, $9.
The finance committee presented a
report of receipts and expenditures for
September, showing a balance of $477
iu the treasury.
Mr. Corbould instructed the city to
sue W. J. Armstrong at once, to recover the arrears found to be due on the
lease of water frontage, The eity solicitor advised the counoil to pursue
this course at * once and savo further
controversies,   .
Moved by Coun. Henderson, seconded by Coun. Johnston, that the clerk
inform Archie BurnB that the water
frontage property which he applied for
a lease of iB n<4 on lease.   Carried.
Ou motion, it was resolved to call
for tenders for printing 000 forme of
agreement and 300 forms of conveyance.
It was resolved to change place of
sale of city property from tlie counoil
chamber to the court house.
On motion, it was resolved to move
all Indians from oity streets ond
squares,
Coun. Hendry stated that the pres*
ent ferry system was giving very poot
accommodation in rotation to the handling of neiglit. They would not re*
cuive freight fr.nn their wharves on
either side of the river or unload it
from the boat. Shippers in order to
insure the delivery of goods were obliged to accompany them, and pay fare
both ways. He thought something
ought .to be done to improve this very
inadequate means of transportation.
His worship stated that he heartily
coincided with Coun. Hendry in regard
to the wretched system of ferry trans*
portation. This having to load and
unload your freight on either shore of
the river, and pay your way besides,
was ridiculous in the extreme. Some
arrangements ahould be made with
the owner of the ferry to form a
schedule of freight rates which would
justify them in handling freight.
Council adjourned.
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Fraudulent Transactions.—There
are many frauds perpetrated in medicine,
and many advertised remedies worse
than useless. Not so with Hagyard's
Yellow Oil. It remains as ever the best
internal and external medicine for all
rain, soreness and injuries with whioh
human flesh is afflicted.
Maple Bldge Council.
Council met on the Sth inst.; all the
members preseut. A communication
from Turner, Beaton k Co. was read,
asking permission to build a wharf and
shed on municipal property at Port Hammond, The clerk was requested to answer the same. Angus Morrison was
allowed to work one day on road as der
sired by him. It was resolved that the
C. V. It. Engineer be informed of the
obsti notions on road in front of Mr.
Hindi's property. The Bum of $15 was
granted to open a ditch east of Mr,
Cook's farm, township 12. The council
unanimously endorsed the prayer of a
numerously signed petition asking the
provincial government for a grant to extend tho town. line northward and the
Kanaka oreek road eastward. The following bills were ordered paid: C. P. N.
Co., 1.1 (froight); Joseph Stephens, $5
(balance of salary as municipal collector);
John McKenney, $10 (services as returning officer); Jonu Mclver, $3 (work on
road).   Council adjourned.
Tiik Secret Out. — The secret of
beauty has been at last revealed. Without good health, pure blood and a fair
clear skin none cau possess good looks.
What is more repulsive than pimples,
blotches and a sallow or pasty complexion? Burdock Blood Bitters reveal the
fact that all can gain pure blood and
freedom from the repulsive diseases of
the skin that result from impurities.
Communications.
Chilliwhack Exhibition.
Editor Columbian.—I believe I am
expressing the sentiment of this community whon I say that we are very much
obliged to the people of Now Westmiaster for the interest they took in visiting
our agricultural exhibition, and to
Trapp Bros, who chartered the str.
Adelaide to bring visitors from below.
We are likewise under great obligations
to the Now Westminster baud for the
charming music it furnished ou that occasion. It is hoped this may not be the
last timo they will have an opportunity
to contribute so largely to the success of
our exhibition.-—Yours, ke,,
fi, Cawley, Sec.
Chilliwhack, Uct. 11:1884.
Rond Work.
Editor Columbian.--I soe that $600
has been appropriated bythe government
for the Johnston road, and it is being
spent ou men hired by the day to work
on the road at $2.30 per day and board.
Mr. Johnston mid his two sons, with
two other men, arc doing the work, and
Mr. Johnston has charge of the job.
lHow, does not everybody know that
good men cau be got at this time of tho
year tor just about ono half of that pay?
I think the work should be stopped and
the rest of tho money spent by lotting a
contract, so that every one would have
a chance to bid on it. It is shameful
how gover ment money is being thrown
awny in this municipality by employing
men to do road work by the duy. 1
hoar that the money appropriated for
tho- Semiahmoo road from Mud Bay to
Bemiahmoo Bay is to be spent in the
same way. This Is a shame, and I hope
the citizens of Surrey will hold a meeting and protest against such m waste of
thoir appropriations.—Yours, fto.,
Surrkyitk.
Surrey, Oct, 0:1884,
Thr BFRon of Whiskey,-The effects of whiskey are always evil, and
those who feed upon alcoholic stimulants, vainly endeavoring to cure coughs
aud consumption, but nurse a viper.
Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam is a remedy
that ia always reliable for aU throat,
bronchial and lung troubles, and never
does harm to any one.
KWI FMM AU MOTS OF TK WMU.
London, Oot. 8.—A Times dispatch
from Port Arthur says: "There are no
signs of the French fleet in this vicinity.
European engineers and artillery officers
have made thia place enormously strong,
and are now in command of the Chinese
forces here. If Admiral Courbet attacks
this place with his fleet he will certainly
he repulsed. The Chinese at Tarn Sui
aro strongly entrenched and vigorously
resisting the French attack. The Chinese general has retreated from Kelung
on the town of Banks. Admiral Courbet Is in pursuit with 2000 French troops.
Tlie French continue to declare that a
purely pacific blockade of the Chinese
ports will be made,
Cairo, Oot. 8. —Advices from Dongola
state that the Mudir Is throwing out
spies to assist tbo Nile expedition.
Sliieks from the Khartoum and the Shendy districts, with 15,000 followers, have
submitted to the Mudir. The Shiek of
Kier advises that a depot be established
at Dehbeh. He undertakes to procure
camels and cattle therefor. Reports ore
current at Dongola that tbe Mudir is
quelling a rebellion at Jebel Dair. The
nows of the Mudir's victory at Karti
reaohed Khartoum and greatly encouraged tbe garrison at that place.
Cairo, Oct 6.—Tbe Canadian contingent lias reached Asslout, and goes to
tho front forthwith. Advices from'Sua*
kirn state that the rebellion is increasing.
Two fresh tribes have joined El Mahdi.
Osman Digma has abandoned his attack
on Suakim, and is now engaged In massacring women and children, and stealing
cattlo belonging to the Amariar tribe,
Washington, Oct. 0.—Another session of the prime meridian conference
will be held Saturday.   Amorican dele-
fites express the opinion that if the
ranch representatives continue their
opposition to the proposed prime meridian of Greenwich, the congress will
adopt a majority resolution recommending that meridian, and leave the French
delegates to do what they please.
London, Oct. 0.—At the South Africa conference held here to consider tho
violation of the treaty by the Boers, a
firm, decisive policy was advocated. A
resolution was. adopted demanding that
the government enforce tho Transvaal
treaty.
LoNnoN, Oct, 9.—The Timet understands that the English cabinet council
to-day concluded to adopt measures forthwith to stop the audacious encroachments of tho Boers in Africa. This decision, tbe Times says, will be received
with satisfaction by the people of England, who have watched witli growing
impatience the insults that have been
heaped' upon the English flag by a people /whose insignificance is its best protection.
S tAKOiiAi, Oct. 0,—French cruisers
have stopped and boarded English merchant steamers plying between Anioy and
the island of Formosa.
Paris, Oct. 0.—A dispatch from Hanoi
states that Qen. Negrier's column bad an
engagement at the village of Ken with
6000 Chinese regulars who occupied entrenchments around a central redoubt.
The Chinese commenced the attack at
0 a, m. by trying to surround the Frenoh.
The fighting lasted until 2 p. n,, when
the retreat of the Chinese towards tho
frontier of China was cut off. The Chinese troops then fled iu the direction of
Das Guam pursued by the French. The
Kep garrison ■ defended their position
bravely, compelling the French to surround the redoubt and carry it at the
point of the bayonet. In tne Chinese
village alone 600 were killed. The
Frenoh fought with spirit and decision.
They captured all tbe enemy's war material, mules and horses. A French
captain oud 20 men were killed and '20
officers and 50 men wounded. Gen.
Negrier was slightly wounded. Gen.
Briere de L'Isle has started for Kep to
assist Negrier's forces,
Paris, Oct. 9.— Gen. Briere de L'Isle
has telegraphed' the government, confirming tho roport announced from Hanoi
yesterday, of an engagement between
the French and the Chiuose at Halluy,
on the Foo Chaun River in Tonquin.
The encounter took place ou Mondny.
The Chinese were attempting to execute
an offensive movement en the uppor Foo'
Chaun River, Tliey Inst lODO men.
Captain Deyuet, of the French foreign
logiim, was killed, and Lieutenant Hai-
telle wounded. Gen. Negrier's column
has gone up the Phulalang River to cut
off tne retreat of the Chinese,,
Wadyhai.fa, Oct. 0.—Wolseley reviewed the troops who are to take part in
the Nile expeditions to-day. The mounted infantry managed the camels perfect ly.
The tint batch of row boats of the expedition passed tbe cataract easily against
a strong current The heavy division
of the camel corps will encamp at the
''yramtds until ordered to advance,
St, John, Oot. 0.—Orange disturbances are again developing at Harbor
Grace. The gates of tne convent were
torn down and flung into the sea. Ono
man was beaten almost to death by the
Orangemen. A dispatch from Hope-
dale Labrador, announces tho loss on
the 7th instant, of a Ashing vessel and
all hands, numbering five.
Romr, Oct. O.—The harrowing details
of the cyclone whicli prevailed nt Can-,
tutiia on the Island 'of Bleilly yesterday
have boen received. Twenty-seven persons wero killed and 100 injured. There
is great distress among the poor. Hun*
dreds of houses were demolished in the
Bongo Tondo and Gwent quarters at Cl-
bali and Ohinina, the suburbs of the
city, Many summer mansions aro in
rums. The damage amounts to two
million lire.
Cairo, Oot 9 --Advices from Dongola
state that tho Mudir of that place nos
received confirmation of the report that
tbe steamer from Khartoum was wrecked
after leaving Abunamcd. All on board
tho vessel had lauded snd tried to hire
camels. They gave tho natives presents, and the natives invited them to
their dwellings, where they massacred
them,
Paris, Oct.  10.- A dispatch from
General Briere de L'Isle, under date of
the 8th, says: "General Negrier is pursuing the Chinese towards the village of
Yentko. I .have ordered that Kep, the
town where General Negrier had the engagement with the Chinee, be strongly
occupied, and the Loo Chaun River and
other outlets. Western and Southern
Tonquin is tranquil. The Chinese bands
have been driven off and their chief
killed.
Cairo, Oct. 10.--Col. liltchener tele-
graphs that a rumor is current at Ambu-
ket thjtt the rubuls liave captured three
Europeans, with their dragomen. If the
report is true, the prisoners presumably
are Col. Stewart, Power, correspondent
of the London Times, and M. Herbin,
Frenoh consul at Khartoum. There is
some hope that the lives of these three
men have boon spared.
London, Oot. 10.—The prospects of a
compromise on the franchise bill being
reached botweon the Conservatives and
Liberab Is improving. It is allowed
that the government's scheme for the
redistribution of parliamentary Heats to
correct tlie disparity which now exists
between representation and population
in counties and burroughs had smoothed
the way for a settlement. The Marquis
of Salisbury and his Conservatiqe col.
leagues, the Duke, of Richmond aud tbe
Earl of Ciurni, arc holding a conference
at Gordon Castle, the residence of the
Duke of Richmond, looking to a settlement of the difficulty with the Liberals,
Cairo, Oct. 11.—Mudir Dongola,
agent of Ambukol and governor of Mera-
win, confirms the report of the murder
of Col. Stewart by Arabs. Gen. Wolseley has ordered the Mudir to proceed
to Merawin with a strong force to secure
the prisoners said to be in the hands of
Arabs, The steamer Nasifkhet, forming
part ot the Nile expedition, has arrived
at Dongola. No British advance in forco
for the relief of Khartoum will be made j
until November,
Cairo, Oct, 11,— A messenger from
Ambukol reports tbat after General Gordon returned to Khartoum a boat with
40 Europeans and Egyptians, 'accompanied by five negroes and three servants,
grounded at Salama. The Shicks offered
hospitality to the party, entertaining
them at their houses, where they massacred all but 14, who are now prisoners.
It is not known whether any Europeans
are among the snrvivors,
NAPLES.Oct. 11,—Onehuudrodaudsev-
enty-nine fresh coses of cholera and 42
deaths are reported in this city during
the past 24 hour*-.
Rome, Oot. 11.—To-day advices from
Catonia show that thd recent cyclone
was far more destructive titan at first
announced, ' The entire country about
Catonia is devastated, vineyards and
olive gardens vanished and fully 3000
dwellings wero destroyed.
Shanghai, Oot. 11.—It is reported
that Mr, Bagnal, English colporteur,
has been killed by the natives at Shan
Lung.
Paris, Oct. 11.—The French govern-
ment are negotiating with the owners of
several large English steamships witli
the object of chartering the vessels to
convey troops.
WAi-YHALrAFA, Oct, 11.—A messenger sent out to Col, Kitchener has re*
turned. He confirms the report of Col,
Stewart's murder, and says the only survivors are four blaok slaves, Alt Europeans, including M, Nlcolai, Greek consul, wore killed.
London, Oot. 11.—Tho British commodore on Australian station has been
instructed to proceed to New Guinea and
proclaim the British protectorate ovor
the southern coasts of tliat island to
eastward of 141 south meridian, east
longitude. The protectorate will include
the islands adjacent to southern New
Guinea. Settlement within the protectorate will not at present he permitted.
San Franoisco, Oct. 11.—A. J. Moulder, superintendent of the public schools
of this city, declares that, acting in con-
fortuity with the advice of W. T. Welck-
er, state superintendent of schools, ha
will deny the right of admittance to the
public schools of Chinese children born
in this country, notwithstanding the
recent decision of the United States district court that suoh are citizen* of the
United States.
Quebec, Oct. li.—About ono o'clock
'this afternoon an explosion occurred at
the now parliament buildings, destroying
a considerable portion of the masonry
and windows. It is a new building,
which was just beiug roofed in, The
explosion was at first supposed to be the
boiler of the engine used for hoisting
material, but this proved uot to be the
cose; neither can it be attributed to gas,
The general impression appears to be
that the explosion wu oaused by dynamite, but none of this ingredient was
used on the works. The mystery is as
to how it came there. An investigation
is now being held. The workmen being
all away at dinner, and he escaped with
a slight cut from a piece of stone. The
shook was very severe all over the city,
the windows nf houses in the vicinity of
the explosion being badly shattered.
and Tokio wero visited by a terrible ty
pboon, In the latter city 3000 liousos
were totally or partially destroyed, and
20 people killed. The loss of life at sea
is appalling; no estimate could be mode
of the number. The typhoon was followed by another of great force on the
nth, but of brief duration. It ia believed the Franco-Chinese war will not
intoifere with the revision of Japanese
treaties. Tho conference will be opened
as soou as foreign ministers have received
their instructions. It iB believed the
basis of revision will be adopted as already agreed on; only minor details remain to be discussed. Hongkong advices
say it is rumored the Chineso government
had concluded a loan of two million tools
with a German hanking firm, aud half a
million had been paid into the custom treasury ■ n account.
Berlin, Oct. 13,—The .North German
Gazette sa*/B tiie idea of a Congo congress
in Berlin is warmly approved by the governments of France, Belgium, Spain,
Holland, Austria and Russia. The
Gazelle, states that Germany recently
took steps in London to obtain security
for German commercial interests in Africa in the event of British annexation of
what is now unoccupied territory. A
friendly exchange of views thus far resulted in a decision that Great Britain
shall only place tbe southern coast of
New Guinea and adjacent islands under
British protection, uid that entente cor-
diale may bo hoped iu regard to auy rival
interest of England and Germany else*
where.
London, Oot. 13,—The Conservative
demonstration announced for Birmingham to-day, involving a meeting in Aston grounds, town hall and in the skating rinks, was prevented by an organized
force of their opponents. The Liberals
in great numbers forced an entrance to
the town hall by battering in the doors
with heavy planks, and overwhelmed the
Conservatives. ...
London, Oct. 13.—A correspondent of
the Times telegraphs that the news of
the defeat of Admiral Lespes and the
French fleet at Tarn Sui is confirmed.
The Chinese, by hiding in brushwood,
suffered some six hundred of tbe French
force to land and como within easy range
of their guns before thoy appo.ired, The
Chinese general Tao then led an attack
Important Ghana tw.—There are two
poriods in the life of every female when
the system undergoes great changes.
First, the change from childhood to
womanhood; noxt, that of womanhood
to old age. These are the critical
changes of life, and tho system should be
nourished nud regulated by that matchless tonic, Burdock Blood Bitters. It
Ib invaluable in all diseases peculiar to
females.
YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES
(Special to the Columbian.)
Paris, Oot. 13.— General Do Lisle telegraphs that tha wound Gen, Negrier received iu the recent engagement iB so
painful that it is necessary that ollicer
should rest, and that therefore he will
join the column. Hu continues, in the
Inst engagement tho Chinuso lost a thousand men, including their generals. Our
victory is mainly duo to the gallantry of
tho vanguards.
Brussels, Oot. 13.— A mob at Sen-ell.
Ies, Belgium, in retaliation for the action
of tho Communal Council at having
olosed tbo girls' school there, entered
the council chamber nnd drove out the
councillors. Thoy afterwards pillaged
thu houso of tho priest. Gendarmes succeeded in restoring order. -
Paris, Qot. 13,~rlt is bolioved in parliamentary circles that if the cabinet
conscut the chamber of deputies next
session will voto to abolish the duties oft
uuruals,
Washinhton, Oct. 13.— The international prime meridian conferenco at its
meoting to-day adopted tho meridian of
Greenwich. The representatives of
Franco and Brazil did not vote, and the
representatives of Sau Domingo voted
against it.
Quebec, Oot. 13.—Tho government
has Increased the reward for information
leading to the conviction of the authors
ot Saturday's outrage to $4000, to which
Charleboia, tho contractor, adds $.100.
The police are vigorously at work in regard to the clue obtained, and arrests
may bo looked for beforo long. All tho
offices m tlie departmental building nre
open to-day, and employees are at tlieir
desks. It Is (bought tho infernal machine was placed in the building ou Friday night, as four men were seen hang-
ing around tho vicinity that night, acting in a suspioiouB manner.
San Franoisco, Oot. 13.— ThoOceaniu
to.day brings Hongkong dates to Sept,
12th and Yokohama to the 27th. Associated press Yokohama advices say that
Charles De Groate, Belgium minister to
Sapsh, died suddenly of fioort disease on
Sept. tilth. Tho French Catholio mission refused to bury hiin because he wu
n Mason.   On the loth Sept. Yokohama
upon the rear. Tho French troops became panic-stricken, Tho Chinese killed
70 men' and captured one gun. They
also beheaded 22 Freuch corpses, but desisted from that horrible work upon protest from the British consul. The Chinese loss is two hundred killed and
wounded. Fighting lasted 5 hours, at
the end of which timo the French retired
to their ships.
St. Petersburg, Out, 13.—The great
political trial just finished ,. as conducted
privately. All officers of the army im*
plicated are sentenced to death; six other personB are sentenced to Siberia,
Constantinople, Oct. 13.—The Turkish mail caravan from Bagdad was attacked by brigands near Ismid yesterday.
Three of the escorts ware killed aud $3,-
000,000 in government bullion stolen.
The Sultan sent troops in pursuit.
Cairo, Oct. 13.-The Mudir of Dongola has ordered the mounted irregulars to
Srepare to march to the front ou TliUrs-
ay. The infantry will protect the city
in tbe event of El Mahdi's forces attacking. The troops are reluctant to advance,
fearing they will have to encounter serious fighting. They also appear disaffected upon the circulation of reports that
the Sultan desires their services to oppose the English.
What's in a NameT—Scrofula uso
called from the Latin scrofu, a pig, from
the supposition that the disease came
from eating swino's flesh. It iB often
Inherited from parents, and leads to abscesses, ulcerous sores, debility; king's
evil and consumption. The case of the
Rev, Wm. Stout, of Wiarton, who suffered 23 years from scrofulous abscesses,
is one of the most remarkable on record,
Burdock Blood Bitters cured bim after
the best medical skill had failed.
The Chinese a Subject Race.
The Chinese aro a composite nation. Thu Chinese proper form the
basis of population iu the eighteen
provinces. Thu Tartars are thu ruling
race. They have held tho imperial
power for something over two hundred years. Tartar garrisons are
distributed throughout the empire to
keop the great cities in order and also
dominate the provincial armies, wliich
are chiefly composed of Chinese. Bo-
sides these leading elements, there are
the Mohammedans, who are found
principally in the southern and western provinces. They are descendants
of tlie first Arab invaders, who found
their way to Ohina about tho tenth
century. They bave not preserved
tho faith of Mohammed in a high degree uf perfection, and in externals of
dress und manners they resemble the
Ohinese about them. The Mohammedans are always oppressed and usually
discontented. The Ohinese, although
they have su long obeyed a Tartar emperor, nre dissatisfied, and, as shown
by their recent revolts, would willingly transfer thoir allegiance to rulers of
their own, or even of another race, if
thoy could do so with safety,—*?. F,
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A REMARKABLE STORY,
It was no more than Harry's second
or third visit when she pointed him
out to her mistress walking past in Iub
summer-morning suit, whioh the long
evenings permitted a young man to
retain while daylight lasted and he
could be about. Harry waB very
carefully got up; he wore light clothes,
and ties of the most interesting description. Ho bad always the stick
which was iu fashion, the hat of the
moment: and a very pleasant sight ho
was, striding along in the summer
-evening, going where love carried him,
with honest intentions und a simple
heart He was not perhaps capable of
a very refined or poetical sentiment.
He had at that time no doubt what
ever that Hester would accept hiin
gratefully, not so much for himself
(in whioh point ho hnd on instinctive
humility), but for tho good things he
florid give her. The glamour and lhe
thousand little enchantments of lovo
were not in him, but he was honest
and true, ns Hester hud said. He
meant tliis poor girl, whom most poople, in Catherine's drawing-room and
elsewhere, passed i.y without notice,
though some thought her pretty—he
meant her, as his wife, to bo a happy
and much-honored woman. And what
was more, he meant to be good to his
mother-in-law. He. might have boon
a romantic paladin, or a man of genius
and not have been so excellent, so
worthy of atl admiration as that. It
never occurred to Har.,; to go another
way, to conceal what he was about
from prying eyes. He jvas not
ashamed of what ho wa3 about. All
the world misht watch his sieps so
far as he cared, and it must have required a distinct effort on tho p-rt of
any holiest heart not to liko tho ni'*ht
•f him aa he went a-wooing and wish
Mm a happy ending. Perhaps it
would be too much Lo say lhat Catherine made that effort, but she wna
not favorablo to Harry as to his cousin
who was under hor own roof.
It is scarcely, possiblo for any eyes
hut* those of a parent (nnd even the
eyes of a parent are not always impartial) to look upon two young candidates for favor with exactly the same
sentiments. If it is too much to say
that one will be loved and the other
hated,, at least the balance wilt be unequal. Edward bad found means
from the beginning to please Iub patroness and relative. He had been—
is not this the grand reason?—so good:
he had been ready at her service when
she wanted hiin, he had stayed at
home, he had been son snd daughter
to the lonely woman. All that she
knew of him was excellent, and she
had no reason to imagine there was
anything to know which was not
equally good.
Catherine was one of tho poople
who say tbat they do not Iook for
gratitude. If Edward had not appreciated the bindnesi which picked him
up as it were from the roadside, she
would hut havo laughed, she would
not have shown either surprise or pain,
hut the fact that he did feel her kindness, and devote himself to her,
touched her deeply. She was as well
off as if he had beon her son—far better off than many mothers with hoiis.
But Harry was veiy diil'oront. For a
long timo she had made up her mind
that Harry was her great failure. He
and liis sister had nevor attempted to
attach themselves to Catherine. Thoy
had 'considered their elevation to tho
White House and the honors of tlio
bank ns owing tu their own merits,
and had set up a sort of heir-apparont
establishment always in opposition,
With tlio luitu.-iU instinct of a woman
she had concluded it all to be Ellen's
f'iuK; hut Harry had not tlie good
sense to separate himself from hiB sister, oc even to imply that ho did not
support her iu her proceeding; -far
from that, ho stood by her with the
utmost loyalty. Though he never was
anything' but deferential aiid respect'
ful in Irs dull way to his benefaoiress,
he never would allow it Lo be supposed thnt he did uot approve of his
sister and hook her up. If Catherine
saw the .merit- of tliis faithfulness it
waa in a grudging wny; and, ai a matter of fact, Bhe did not like Harry.
There was nothing in reality to find
fault with him. He was very .steady
at his business, not withstand in1; the
rival claims of cricket in summer aad
foot-ball in winter. Aud when he
was asked to dinner at the Grange, be
was as punctual ns clock-work, with
nn expanse of shirt-front that would
have heen a credit to any man.. But
he did not please Catherine. He had
given her a reproof which stung, on
that occasion when he ''took down"
Mn, Jo'i.i, without waiiing to knew
what porso-i of importance should
have gone before. .Nothing that could
have been said would have sturgCatherine so muoh as that good-natured
net, and it was all the more hard upon
her that in her hearl (always a good
and generous one) she approved Har-
if. It was a reproach to her, and
still more, it was n reproach to Edward, who had never tfken the slightest notice of Mrs. John's presence,
but left her among the neglected ones.
Catherine had been doubly an^ry with
Harry ever since that evening, bhe
would not allow even tlmt he was a
handsome fellow.
"He is big enough," she would say,
resenting the fact that he was a head
taller than Edward, nud twice as
strong. "He is a fine animal, if you
like, but I don't see how a man with
white eyelashes oan be considered
handsome."
Edward did not appose his aunt in
this any moro than In other things.
"I allow," he would say, "that ho is
not defer." But ho shook his head,
u one who would deprecate a too true
accusation when Mu Vernon held
Harry up to ridicule. "No, he is not
derer; he will never set the Thames
oa fife," Edward said.
Miss Vernoh uw Harry pa-athe
third time he went to the Vernon;.',
awl afterward she looked for him regularly. "Who wai it for?" she asked,
- with an ardent feminine appreciation
of tha unly motive which oould induce
i man to hurry over his dinner and
Eat to the Vernonry in turn for the
amble communiiy's tea. This wai a
question not very hard to answer,
seeing that the next moment sho nil-
■ did to henelf, "Who else could it
bit" It could not be Matilda, or
Martha, who. were neither young nor
fair. It wu very unlikely to bo Mrs,
Reginald, though she was young enough, and not without beauty. "But
Harry ft not the man to burden him-
emit with A lot of children," said Calh-
eiln-t, with an unnecessary scoff at the
poor follow who wu not her favorite.
Thus there wu only one person whom
it could be. It gave her a sort of
fang itl amusement when she con-
eluded upon this—Heater! that proud,
troublesome creature—she who would
avrar give in, who put on tho airs df
iprlnoM in tha Orange drawing-io >m
and declined to go to suppar—she
with the spirit of a revolutionary and
the temper of a-—demon—(no, no,
this was perhaps too bad—the temper of a—Vernon, Catherine Baid to
herself with a laugh)—she to fall to
the tot of Harry! This was bo strangely funny, so paradoxical, so out of
character, that it amused Catherine
altogether beyond description, yet
gave her a strange blow. What a
ridiculous combination! If the world
had been ransacked for two who ought
not to come together, these two would
bo that pair. What would they do
with etch other? how could they ever
pull together—the one atl eagerness
and vigor, the other stolid and heavy?
Catherine was almost tempted to be
sorry for the girl, but the next moment she laughed again. Oh, it was
easy to understand; Mrs. John must
have managed it all. She would see
in it a way of recovering all hor lust
glories, of getting back her. footing
in that ridiculous White House, which
hnd boen adapted to her silly taste
from the oe^inning. Oh no doubt it
was her doing! She would talk the
girl ovor; sho would persuade her into
it, "with a host of petty mii::ims
preaching down a daughter's heart."
A id it waa with a gleam bf vindictive
amusement that Catherine assured
horsolf that Mrs, John would find
herself mis wkeri, AfU*r sho had
made the marriage she would bo left
in tho lurch, lliu.y was not a man
to put up with n mother-in-law. Thus
Catherine Vernon, though she wns a
clever woman, misconceived and misunderstood them alt,
But yet it did give her a natuiat
pang, 'i'hat girl, who compelled her
attention somehow, though Bhe had
no favor for hor—who inspired her
with a certain respoct, notwithstanding the consistent opposition to herself which Hester had always shown—
to think of that ambitious creature,
all (ire wid li"u being quenched in the
dul'less of Har.,', put out'in the
hcivy tr..uqnilily of-his athletic existence—to score at cricket matches
and spend long, wearisome days out
in Iho sun, watching for the runs he
got? But then sho would be well off,
would hi.ve the White House and all
sort of good things. Oh, no occasion
to bo sor j for lier. She would get
her compensation. And then Catherine thought, with n jealous displeasure
which she felt lugry with herself for
entertaining, of tho arrangements
which Harry's -marriage would make
necessary. Up to this time he hnd
more or less held his position at her
pleasure, but she had no reason, she
was aware, to refuso Lo satisfy alt her
engagements and make liim actually
independent, as he had been virtually
for a long time buck. Sho would not
have the slightest excuse for doing it,
Everything had gone ou perfectly well.
Thero were no complaints of him at
the bunk. Tho business flourished
nnd made progress, But the thought
that Hester would be thus immediately placed on a Bort of equality with
herself, aud Mrs. John reinstated,
vexed hor. It was a mean sentiment,
but she could uot help it. It vexed
her in spito of herself.
The news had been, it ia scarcely
necesBti y to Bay, communicated to
Edward nt n very early stage. Miss
Veinuii hud called him to her, aftor
dinner, as soon as he came up-stairs
to the drawing-room, to the window
from which tho road was visible winding nlong the side of tho Common to
Iho Vernonry.
"Bo you see that?" Bhe said, pointing his cousin out.
What? He saw the Common lyin*j
in all Us sweetness, it3 roughness and
undulations standing out in the level
sunset rays, every btnh casting a
shadow. Ho wns you is*, and ho had
at least & scientific lovo of nature, and
longed to be out poking into those
beds of herbage, feeling tho fresh air
on his faco; and it wns with it secret
grudge in his heart tliat he realised
tlio difference between the light,
string figure moving along buoyant
with lifo and liberty, aud he himself
in his ovening clothes in his aunt's
drawing-rnnm, seeing it ull from within four walls.
"Wlmi(" he Biiid, thinking that he
would mi her not see tho fair uut door
evening world since he could havo no
Bharo iu it. "Why—is it Harry?" and
wiien he felt lhat he hated tho follow
who was his owu master.
"He is going a-wooiug," Miss Vernon snid,
She wns silting in her favorite place
which oomm'-nded thia prospect, tie
Common, the Vernon ■„*, the UM pities,
and the red bprs of, ihu sunset behind.
The sunset was hor favorite eole.-laiu*
ment, and in summer she always sat
hero. Elwnrd stood behind, looking
over hor head. She dirt not see ihe
grimace with which lie heard ilicse
words, Aud he did not reply for some
time. Ii. g,ivo him a shuck more s'mrp
even than that which Catbe-hie herself
hnd felt atfivsr, though to be sure thore
was no rcsoii why.
"Ah!" he mid, indi-ferentlv, "who
can lie find to woo .wound here?1' Initio know ve ,' weU in his heart what
tho answer would be.
"Oiily one person so fnr as I cr.u
make out. It must be that girl of
Mrs. John's, I suppono she <s what
you call prol.y, though she hns nover
boon a favorite of mine.
"Rut yini em't tontine preltineas lo
your favorites, Aunt Catherine," said
Edward, wiih n sharp smile which ho
hod somotimes.
"No, that's true. I deserved thst
you should hit that blot. She is
pro'ty.I know. Poor Ha.ry, lie will
hnve his hands "ull, what with the
mild mother nnd the wi'd daughter.
I wonder at the girl, though. She is
an ambitious, energetic thing, and
poor, doar Harry wilt never set the
Thames on fire, as you sny."
"Did I spy it? No, I don't think
he  will;   but ho has solid nualilies."
"Very solid—the White House and
his share in the bank. Oh, there wit)
ho an equivalent! Ard to iXvnk Ihni
Hltle schemer, that soft lit.le woman
thnt looks us if she could not hi-rm a
fly, should hnvo mannered to secure
herself in th>s cunning way nud get
her daughter bne1. to the point she
slartod from! Who would have
thought it? There is noihingso as*
tute as simplicity."
Edward mnde no reply, aim this
was a thing Miss Vernon did not liko,
She required a'response. Silence felt
like disapproval, aud as there was a
strong, silent protest in her heart
against oveiylhiiig that wm mean or
potty in whnt she said, she wus apt to
resent this want of acquiescence nll
tho more. She lookod book at him
whon he did not o:;pecl It, and was
startled to see a took she hnd never
seen before—a look that astonished
hor—on h<s face. It was something
like a snarl of coutompt and despite,
hut it disappeared in a moment, and
sho could not holieve her eyes.
(To be Continued.)
Job p-'jiitiug of all kinds neatly done
nt the Columbian offlco. Prices will ha
found towor than at any other offlce In
tlie province.— Adv.
IMPORTERS    AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN	
Provisions,
Liquors,
Cigars, Etc,
FRONT      STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
(JoiSto)
&
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FCOffT ST., • NEW WETTHINBTKB
OFJ?ER FOB SALE
Kxlra, Snpci-llne nnd Graham
FLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
JR  Mm.J'A.—m-m
OIL CAKE.
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED  FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacifio Coast Steamship Co,
(ja9'o)
Siff M
DeBeck Bros. & Go,
Mran.'-ic.ii *cin i-iul i-enlorel'i nil
kinds o."
Bough & Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, HIiakoB, I'lokets,
AND TRAYS.
We intend lok'-fpn full Hlock of
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
AcfAe,t&c,'a.;>\cl
T.miw '1 'leretjnlred In
FINISH A  HOUSE
P *0 Tl  *o„n.n ioM\
Oi'M i'o   ftei-a'l flawing* Trlmnilag
a-flR*-apl«*fc wl'l lie pKiiPpilynm en e-
iVy (-..(-iiiM-ii to. We pay pnrticula.-n,-
Loj lotto  ii»iiininini».i'-'cofj*ood,-i--y
So'mon Boxes,
A'tl ffabe. eve our siisjme-s will beu*
ISO'S In .in;"*!? thai we tri'*.o
Tp.i Is.t Salmon Bozei on the Km
W-p'noo-eiy thank thope who have/*--
vo Ta lis with their patronage In the pesl,
e-vi be*t to solicit n contlnunnco of thot
fnvo:s. During the pnfit winter we hnvo
mnde extensive additions to our Mill, rnu
orn now flit orders more promptly and
oherply thnn ever. We hnvechnrie.fti
tho steamer '-Iris" for the doason.and will
horofore be able io deliver Lt'mjor
-iio.np.ly, Vfe hnve also to uriSiotinceto
Uiecltl-tenio/ Port Mood) that we lmvo
owned air*.ioiio< our business at .tint
p'ece, nm. will io a'l'.e in All o-xCerfl from
tio'o.n n-'oivi'ayB.
DaBECK DUOS. A CO.
New Wm •r'rnU-% Mar 28 .i, 18.11. Ue
Dissolution or Partnership.
THE PAHTNFJRTHIP HBItRTOPOHE
existing .ictwmm K It. Walker pnil
J. A, Howes. dohiK IniHl iohr under lhe
mime of Winker A Howrs, In thin dry ('is*
wived Ity niu'iml I'iniMont. All dobtsduo
to nnd by Mm firm to bo paid to'ant. by J,
A. Bowoh. R. M. WALKER,
J. A. BOWER
Wit ness i Jakes Waudlk.
Hope, Kept, US, 1M4, looltn
H.E!
TT SHOE A CO. ARE NOW PRE-
IV pared to supply the vory bent Ale
nom tiie Westminster Brewery. Orders
leftwiLluMr. Chen. McDouough, Front Hi.,
alial' have nroni'il nttentlon. Ja&tc
to.Q
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General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
LA0fKSR*S LAK0IK6, R. 0.
(.Iv23..>')
Hanumctarcd by E. mitm..
NEW WEBTM-NSTEK,
Ii THB BEST, CMt**E8T
ASD MOST t On»l¥,T¥.
Ever n odace.\ nutans smr-\ noa.'. and
i.^iii snlo: w' ii less liibir uih osnoin-e
tin i i' iyo  io,.
"«TKee iN) Vj-CTOIl  >e*oio| T-cIrslnj
etee'r'jei-e.  ge id for o -ci*' ?,;
17.ii-3in
Adcro- e. ptfnrcnu
New Wc.LiniiiH'er.
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
AL'ionltaial Implements,
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND
JOHNSTON A SMITH,
noi4to] FiormmiBi.
Direct Importation
EJQDMIUI
g WINE & SPIRIT MSnCHANT.t?
trunuffli
BOT '.'0 1-VOUl '-.BiS RESiD-
o i s o' .To.' Wesiroias'or and vitia-
is.it tr-'sae'r- cop3*j"j''y rficemng from
Etl.-O.M "'UiuiSenvs of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which lm will supplj
IN BOND or DOTY PA10,
In Pui-wJ.lcs to Suit Ctislomcis.
Also, In constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Pl.by'i,  London.
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur s Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
aox.xr:jf.ai.A. BK.a.a:ao?,
New Wcs^m;TJs;er,   B.  0.
mWj<q
NEW    SCHEDULE
—of—
—TOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—OH  T«S—■
Canadian Pac-fc Mibj
—\N
BRITISH COLOMBIA.
Overseers $t.,5 00 porwontli.
Rock Fo-e*nei... .$3 .i0 ^ $1 00 $ day
Earth Fo-eTei... 2 ,J0 io 3 tiO    "
Brid-je Forenien.. 3 .yO io 4 »0    "
EWd-joG.-no'-'te-H,   ■
Ihw o'osb  * nO "
BvV^e C ■ jiei'e-*!,
2irtoVsi 3 Ot "
Mawni SCO So 3 60    "
Stono Cutters.... 3 00 m 3 A0     "
BW-omii'i,    'bt
o'os*i  3 60 "
E'ac'.Biri.'"».   °.nd
c'ass  3 00 "
B'floV'r'j-i Pel i-
e-i *. 1 u0 Ui 2 CO    "
Drtl'era  2 0J lo 2 °5     "
Laborers   1 73 lo 2 CO    "
Hewers, 'st class   3 CO "
Choppers, lstc'aii 2 00 lo 8 CO     "
Scores, 1st OV*    2 oO "
All outsMo 'alior 10 1io.ur ner day.
AH Cfi-ienttfs to futnish their own
Chest l'oo'f.
All Employees lo find themselves Bod,
Board and li0^_,'no.
Boftn" >i Hoiibei ri" be oonvs^'eit
along the L' io.   Boa-d- f fi per vek,
li> will not. be cctnpi-'^o y *o" Employees to board i i lhe Cot^u-"*^ Houses.
Wfr;,eiw;". be pnid monthly, on lhe
10 hoi each irou'i.
A.   0KOET.D0NK,
Oknkrai, Manarkr.
0?i" 08 07 Tl' « CONTTWCTOItS,
0/viOA*f Paoiwo Railwav,
YlOe, March .1,1883.
■^TOT-ICE.,
Ill lhe K In. e of V. HlcHnad. late .f I'op-
«."«: i* -eei"«1 l'lu*;aie,
ALL PRIONS.}-.f0Ei:*-2D TO THE
ii j«ve Ehinto il t: ic.qpi-'eii ,o *e\ \o
Hiicli Itiue'iifltlneiis *o- '••wiih; nm r.'l ppr-
sonHiinvlnselniins r-,iiins» tlie tjitld Eft*
tnie must send 'o n'.-oved ucnorntannnr
'uci'oietiie.'ill Novom'ior noxt.
Doied 8th Oeiober, iHK".
G. A..1ENN8,
ocllid Adinln'Hlrntiii
GOVERNMENT  NOTICE8.
3STOTICB.
NOV'OE 1*3 HEREBY G2VE17 THAT
.'.iGiiiKeivlsnei will sell u" P-sltlle
Ar-'i'on i'.. .io Covcinnn-nn Lend Offlco,
Nc\; Woslinlnsler, rf. 12o'clock, v,,Tn«-
d«', vln"M-ii,nv'»r llrlofteme-u. nt i ie
v.o et. in 'ee o,' S2.60 is • hoic, tbat jdece or
d. reel of lam slumteon V/cstbaml'laad,
hnov/u itnu fpsi-'.l -icu on the Offlolul Map
of ihe DIh'i let o' Km; Weiimliibter ns t.-e
noi-h oo-lio.i o' rot 1112't, f-'ion.) 2, nnd
eon ti'itiint' 230 acres, more or less.
C. W^rfWIOS,
Qovermttont Menu
Neiv We3Miil))8''ci-, C. C.,Se*)t. 21,188i
sdiiU.
TABLE
Showing (lie c*«»e*. fud purees mf
Co itbi of Aali'ie- Klsi Piltii, r'id
Oye.-rndTejm'ae*? Cm,' tite yrtrr
188*. ___
8V'\'G AW :*;ES.
•(Oa  VA.icouvat Tj^akdj
\ c'o'*r Aiovry 7vhAwll.
Na inV-io Wei --ci-i iy it'i jr.ie.
(Oh Maj,*^,)
lle-vWe-iii-l,>B.(\,..Wo,>cs{ fy,„, V„nMry.
Yme, hu.u i.y, itdhAIiy.
Kiiiii'uo*)-, Fi-ii ry, DOJi Mry.
C ' i.o»,...„ Sr,l.- cry, T.wune.
B'A-'iu  AggVZEB.
|Ov   VA.-COOV-ii"'.   *8-AhiJ.]
V c.orili Atom ny,... .2-1 Ji
Noa* n*o, We-, iom i y, 8.-u
LON  MAIK I.ANIJ.J
lt'c-i.le;u,. Fo'i ry ... 3.ii Seiie.-nhe..
0-'-.o", .'.../-'re r. /...SOi'.ii Soi.cn te.\
Kr .''oo')'! \/:i .i si' v SI i. Otio ier.
i,.'0.i S.<.' :?y-..18i> Oc o ier.
t'i v,.Ssi -i Oc o >(
Now We"L.,........W;i Vht ■
28'hJ'iviH
.t,i2:;i Nover.i ter.
;e2c
County Court.
NOTICE 1-3 IIERECY GiVEN THAT
. the next sitting ofthe County Court
will bo he'd on Wrilnrsilny tbeblhdnyor
Noveinlirr, if "1.
E. A. JENNS,
RcNtrni County Court,
oc4.':d New WosirawBisr,
DOMINION   GOVitlNMfiNT
SAVINGS   BANK!
New   WCT.-diinalei*  Granob.
t\e?ositoi:r aue r.fiqu*ssTEu to
XJ   p osetiu tiioi.- pess Boo.:st*or l.'so •
itono'lnCe-esitUV otheSOlh Jnne,i;x!-'.
G. Pi'/.-ENDKIGH, Afcont.
N.w\,eopt.M3Si se6m2
Lund fii^^sirj' Ordinance. 1870
Lot* Not. 8 ami 0, Hock XX VIT, In the a;y
o/Ncn irr.--t»ii,*i$»er.
A OKltTi '••CATKOF )XDEPEA-Uini.R
/Vi'.-Ieio ..ter /ovo vie 'tiojei 'o^s "i--
'«- i&Si'or hi >li'i'.ies , In _'\ox, o.i. ic22i)u
tiav o* yovo..i mi ■': -!, un es * i t.io
r.*e;-."'.;r.,e r >i'-r o-.ool'o.i .'ore.o bo
mn o ,i> .'io v i* o.s '_, i3i lsl il. i^ jv
so .'c;)os(i'c'n;..'' ;r? es;nUi o. .'e>
e^ ii ii.iiu T:iis oi* s.'   o n..ii,:iorco',
n.w. a."h.ktiu> e,
i)o -illy re,:s.p-'.
Lint1 '"o%;si,'0-"oe, New Wo... » iis.oi-
Di,  »   2irtu A ■ ,■■>- . '&:■•. nil2a-3.li
"Id Eig&j Wm W
I.«ils Nol, %\ 8. 4, It «, 7, R, 9,10. II, fl, 13,
14, in nnd 10 Dturk VI. In the Town nf
Port tto-Hl.r, <"nrke's Sn- vey.
WHK^RAH, TPE Cir-TIPlOATfi OP
r 'c o*,)n'ne3 Coo wi* l>Ui.i, Jnmes
WIM-..I j-tnivov, anr Willlf.! Ilol'a.Ki
Koh.v.o he c iorai.'oii'<Ot):t-. .oVj, tear*
1 isdii.e.'.icJJ,-!1 davo 'June, '8il, .ins been
lost 11.11 rpii'lc.' .io-i ?* noon made'ore
di")l'cn 0 Oi' snob co.il(lcr.io. No>-ce Is
heif-'o-c hi1 c!)v;/vo ti'.iatsuelidi'ijl-ca'e
coil (tamo v 111 lie Isilioil u »le s (j- use jo
s'own o iho coniin."lii r/.-'iing w'i'v'
o loiiio.i.ii.'.oiii thedfl-etio eof.
T. W. A IMSTHOWO,
Do HiiyKcvWtrn-.
Ttiiod r.e-i'Hi-y O.Vcc, New wet., ni-.m er,
4th Oe.'» jo ■, 1C3*. 430im
NOTIOE.
VTOT'CE >S IlErEBY OVEN, THAT
1.^ s;:;lydiiy--iik|nv(int(>,M.itondmak;|iiK
i") >iic;t*Ion ii 'no Cliief Com.nlHHlonerof
...--m-.il.in Wo Its roriormlBn'on to pn.-
cuso v;o n.isi iveyci. I'.nd iinoceujilcd
ii j-iii von -null-'' iofliM' es.mo e or less,
...11 hilutiie a>. the t.ionih of iho North
Arm of FiiMe Ki-er, (South breneh),
Hor hwciic,- y ,'roi.i fvOO^on 1'A, T„ 5N., V.,
7 W., Sew Wos n'*>Hicr DifitrieU
JO.dN H^.OCi;.
Now Wesiml. ho*, ID, 0., Od., 7, J88I.
Koc2.li   '
NOT/OE.
IuetiicuYGivs Notice tiiati
iniom .or-ii'v o -e OilefOoipUlU-
s-oiu- o" i,i-.|i sr.n Wo l:s 'o in 'mission
io 'M'e i.-io i .10 'dttov/* \V" e,o,; tei.,r jc.s
hi iii'.i.ed in .iieDlb. '11.0. NcwWcfli.inl.i-
s.ei:       •
(*oiiiiiieiii''u^ ai iiicNW coiner of .ho
Govo.iiiiienl ilose.vo. situatct on .ho
fiouiheriisii eo' English Dry; aiencedre
sori.i.rlo.is.'.iowesio .I'-on.idi yo's;.lu
Iteie te, lo '.:• soiuln'cst collie : .aonee
1.1M- \70-i 111) I'iii'lMs, inore or 'es., .0 .ho
COstCill ioiMu-1'.iy 0' PolluO oy reserve:
tlienco c'ho 110 iii, nion*- s. : ee.sio.- i
'loii.ua.y, 10 .'io sho e o' 1! '-.lis.i Hay;
thenco cs.e.iy, r'o-'3 mo.o o": E.it'lHh
Ilry, io tho olceon* con ,)ei)cen,eii,co.i*>
till ihu* 11 unil 'Kl ne'ts ■ i.'o eo 'ess, .
Hi f. WfiiiJA-M.
Vleto.ta.D.C.UlUAo .:.■ KtL        ."'J&..0
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
A hU A??i;iCAT'ONS FOTl PH1VATE
J\ tlllH, ■ v 010 ly 1 lie fki tjec ■ of leglKlp..
ilo.''»" ;. 10 ^oj-is'ftilve Asbo .* j'yoi MA*
Is 1 Com .Mle.tA 1 i' i;io nrivlevo.* ihe
•'Ei ,, si Jou-i A.ic.-lcf.Ac . 867,"wheth-
t-.'for inc.oc iono.'n C. 1 «e,themr4:i.ij
of n Foi'.o'- , Tl .ititto lion , or i'ele-
bir-'ih v.'no: , loco.'bii ut onorl.«>*t;-ove-
nicnto'n Hi 'io.- Or »rl, v-*:k,Drt.i,or
Hlii 0.0 0110, >tke wo/:; ilie ^'r:ii,ngof
u 'jtuo'tPe.-y; tho Inco.no'r lon of cny
nni'-'er'-'iyi-1> 00. cr.'-ins.o. o?r.nyJoint
hloci: Cdi.nnnvi o. oiiie v'mj *o gmnMnB
io uiyim IvU.i" 1 or :.it..v;i rols rnyex-
clrhivo or ne* rl-pr :iiht o- n.Ivl'ejefi
v/lir.ovni,o'.'oi-(iOi»r,r'ivmn.'c;'o ..\n,\_
w.uo'.i i.s ii" o-eirion I'ou'u n.>cei. l'io
ilftllsO-   'UO'10 iyo'otlioi* IllJiCl. Oi' 10-
luie'o niy 1. Iicr'ar c-ftss 0.' i.ie com-
ntt'itiiv; oi .'o.' I'.ir.Kins my enen ..lent
of r Mlie .ir n.otoanv fo. 1.101 Aci,—'tinti
icrttiio r. NoJce, do. ly n.i' lisditctly
h iccl'vl-is -ao .litr 0 rill 0 ijoii, in'the
a l tllofti 0.1, 'o 10 'U'bllsiioi p.sfoUoi7s:—
"A iio'leejl 1 tho JI. i:.\ '■ Vol'.'.:,b'f Pt -*• .>,
am in 0.10 -.lovswie* m,v. tt'.s'.iet. In t.10
1)1 .t.ict a--.be c<, oi* I.* thoro be no nermn>
pe: ie il'shei* i leieli i'ien inr. -lcrir..
,ic i.i .'iio'ictipoaios'. l)is:i ct fnw.iich
11 new«i)rner ts '>v i'Isioi".
Sncli 'oll-'Oh inll 'H'coiitliii'Pi. '"irnch
ca.ofoi inoilodofr ouitsxt7C(Jts,uiM.
1 .<gi.hoii)-OsV!<,- oflii-.io ie vi'Jii Ine close
oi inie nex*.''>ieceet".n(( ^ossio" nnd i'io
e-r>sU 0 r "oil 0.' ttio Pel' "
Be'"o.oni"*?Oi,iHo»i.r;''*l*»g*orleavoio
'11 lug 'n c. P.lvti'e T 111 foij'.te election of a
TollT*.l- ' 0. Is roso*ilO(. io the Horno. the
pei'KO.i oi' iicisons in.eiu i"g (o noiitlon
fo.-Knell Hill h.ni'i.r»on givingihcjnoL'co
luevcrl 101' tyitio i.ocoi I'i'-  .iile, elso ai
it'.io s.inie ll '.'enm i.i 110 isame mnn.ier.
alve loilc of iho .n.es v; iloh they Iniem.
'o rsl;,ilio onieiil. o" l'io nrlvllego, Uio
hel'/.Ko'r.ie.'-.o'.ioi, •hoiiii'e viM beiween
ihor. iri iien.so' "»len .'or "ie ■>piw,oof
rn- s i'.ih   vo-Neix, nnt1. montioalng p.thn
wlioi iei I'.it-y iiiit'in" iocrccnu vnwirUigc
or no., aad uicdlipensJo.iHof the name,
v THORNTON FELL,
C<erk of the Legislative Auembly.
ntTUxe
Ve
STEAMER NOTICE.
N AND AFTER SEPTEM3EH I0.h,
1 up-river stoar.en. will leo«e Nflw
'eslml-iislor
W'Mfin. ■ 1 5 A.N.' 0< Ol,i-...'«*B«. mo W»Y
rw I, m vr-i'.ll tWi Wl.
Aho ii un».. a; S A. M. :o« Mo-* »>, Way
"mis, nniMiKc tkunr.
thos. 1. r.r.ioaa
se3 Agent0. P.N, Co.
NOTICE.
A LL ^BKSONS having clr.l ns ntaiiist
A theefci^fce0' 'be (r.iojamer;Wlltln is,
01 Osoyoo'i, nre ne.*e j." :■ ei-ilre*'. .0 (.end in
•no'-et accaftJtfc totae unt ersl^-.ied on or
■Wt'ore the iflth No.-emaei, ISA, rnd rll
pe.so-is tni.ebtet. 10 rhe a jove estate i.mst
sotilo I he! ■ account fo tJwUIi,
Ur.cdii)tiiSe.iw,lC81.
E. A. ;,ENNS.
SOcoJm Abini.MR.. ntor.
?o Butchers SbStoclizen!
THE Ij.NDE/tS.CWfiJH/VE^T.^.i-
stvt' .''cl ''-'et- 'a: ,
STALL FEEDING,
Oj holr*nemNosp.tLrnglcy*1'iit"io1pnu
me "leuniot*. o t"«;o c'i'e 'o v.eMx
fa«e'■ Vj or Itoe), E-'o'ie.s rn' sloo-t-
moi wjo (?lhjcf.w-l«Ise'-iltr' tiC.i 15001;
one 17( » fl-.u' -)ve.v '. el*'- •;,> n ».'ot e*
i:..o o.io.gos, T;>e 'c.v .* .s 0 •-I'JO.Atlei
»' om Net' Wo'tti.it isie . r •>. s 01 the
T.'dit-. oar, IN?iJ.y  C"OS„
ajC.e li& %lev Pjv.rle,
Td Railway Contractors
And others.
NOTICE.
THE MUTT-CT-*AL'T« OF Tf"E C-TY
o" Nou lfVe'jii:-' 's.err e j oiaieit to
oiTer tie w ■'.) of
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
(ft*»,ffl)rsr Koii-s.on.'.ytie'siiiioieoin-
e?.ny -h.-"i,w!". V-'i. mrl tM'n cm .'im a
Vj-' T7P..»i'i'o..i t'.'e C'jyo' -foi' Westinln-
1 e.*U) tjeC." Tt irn I'aciflo duivavler*
IP- i.'S ni. IV... 11001 y. Sri. ofl'eis 10 'jo
nbik'iI to .ills oj'ce on or jcfo.e .tio 'asl
day 0* No«re-1 "»evt lflS-*.
Byo ter,        A, J. A .?ORT,
C. M. C.
CttyOick's Office,
New Wc-.vml.is.o , oth He ,\, 1884.
10se2m
NOTICE.
VTOTiCE m HEREBY CiVEN that we
Xy 'n. mt- Lirklus r. 1 iHcislon io the
Caie'Co,.i.,ilsi»iQ.io* o-' tj. .nsr.n'Wo;Ite
fo.' 'iei ..ilssioii io le. se foi itil le.-ing ii.1;*
•wso'i viie follovins t-e-e, i iei liyjtis hlir-
ii.ei in Nor; Vein initio. D'SnIc.:
i, Oomweiiei.i',;. c 10..0- 'ienho>-oof
GPllc.'t Lry, Tonp-r. sli-'.«'-- e.'iort one
ra-'e N. W. o' Shclioo "'o' 1., e^ioiidiiig
c'003 ilie sho 0 '0. r. 1 :sir.ice of 100
car^iN.wi.uM en. to'COc 1; ;-ih.co.i-nin-
I113 '23G po.os. r.'Oie or 'c- s.
% Coin-no 'oi-ik Ru e >o<. on J10 No ,li
sto oo.'Ca.i e.oC'ii.-m>el. iei '.voinosi.o
Dc.iar.j Jslr-ti. e.ttei(' jg p'oittf '.10
1. iop 'or p. i is r <co o' iCOo *;■!-»s,ir!- .1 r.
de'i hoi'60c'.-Lis, cona'-'iov ICTO ac es,
iiio-eo. lesi.
1). Coi*'.*e>ei i^rir.n.i'keon .'no nlio'0
0" H.CMni?^Bi ». T.ir.'OW.lVriK .p'tot1'
ooe-.Ti' r,>.tfl We-t. o-' Jrckson Po- ii.
Cio>ce ■o',ow*-i3i'-iesao.o>.no'20clin"i>*':
i.'iei'ce 11 i\ N. V7. 1 '.cc.'oi aiOcaa'-ibi
t.io.ict'Ep«.e 'y JOO oail-isj ".le.ieo Sorth
lo *»i;i-' of co simeiicoinen , co.i'aintng
KCl r-cies, .noreor 'est.
IfAV-'NGS SAW ItVuU CO'Y,
T. Of 0. H. Al.SSt* SOKl,
Ati in^e,
Bi "T-^ In.o , Tl. C, BOvh JO, JC!]'.
J. S. MCCUIRE, M. D.
CANTON, 1^. C.
DV, McGUT.E WU.It Arr.EB fo cu 0
Coiiv\.n;ioii '.i 'i'i !.'• ■ or weoai*
sajer f o. lisri v.ceriu , e.''..)o.ii. No
■'■•o.cr ei 01 "ito p  'cicciveoi-. • 151'.
D..  ■'icGt-l.e    t i'i r'.l disc   co'   ho
'im«js vii'o-.jni I vo. oM,7ol'o'N* cou'-
"lOIMi    SV i' tOf ill'iO't.'O   At.   e ,01 ;
otio. .'ti ie* ies ct ie 'mm 'o. •!' 1, 1 •
ersa. '.■' 10 Doc.o ■ it's r.iri o t'ls 1 serso
hiss'tcc". '.\* 'oii!ie 'i* -• ee ' *t; .,
' lio oi'j'i 0;:, ,-'inc. in1) r.u n v'ee, ^lfi.
T'io.o viio cmio vls|.. p., I-tCVI 0 c,
Ciia-on,CC., slim i- c.n .".•'Hi in nil
.11' e Hi. icioai of ihol ni'i'ei' ',1 M'ii
pat" - * -oil J r '• |i cor 0 0.' 1 *ct lo: »i
'■'ill ie 'o v. iih, V.1010 no oo- com-
fo.ii* iii'lio.e'si'i Ct! tio.i "ti -ii* ic.» s./iii
t'.toC'' 1. :o=s.; ie.itiC'-.l ii ie o li : r.u
itio Ooc.o. leto I1.1011 s .'101O s' ■e.'Tis
f,opt 'socioo't'-olr ij:i.oco;to oC'i'i-
,0..»fo. ns'ioij '1 .10.
10 .eOi.i J. 8. UcGV' CCB. M. D.
BUY THE E3«T QUAttTTY
Union Mia Mm? Con
RI3BDER BOOTS
Eow.'.eo-Ir'    'o*->.
Ee s.' 0 ho'ioo^'i . *o st-mnc C.'C*C
rfOO'i'o.i tio :-eo's. a.11 ;ievo-'ie'T
P* aiS 1 'it,.01 ae 'oo.r it i *.ot.i.r
p.evo.i, ■ t'e c ,-ch: 1,0 ' ci It- ■_.
p-.e \\o\, itTlt* 13 "-..t "' .1 ". .td
As'ies os Sote-, < «:c ■'■ -i '0 ilio"^
tp..- '00, -t'..i v,'eep.i *o • j P« * */ IN' >■
he.'Too sii'.i e.
- rt>R8Ai.BE'M   LDS*   er.-J.
Ail trint'l "r.io    Kol'l.ii', '•ic-.'i,
HoiiO.C 1 ''v_<t.Co. il »;.Coo.sp.*rS oes,
r.a.Pa*i«l.tS.ft.Ui)» 0:,Act  .
p.wiB-'in fot-a'.1- a 'c'sco.
STATIONERY.
HAVliSG ESTABLISHED
<j"ned'r-> co'i'ioc-Ion with
pAper nwiufpoUira *, we are
. r P"J>p»*«tl to ru"D<ba the va 'pui
'gratld bf piper, pnt up hx quir-
trer-ream paokp.gee ard t'pwardi,
p.t much cherper rates than for-
me-ly. A teit lot will prove
thia fpci. Onr slock r.'ao of
m'Bcel'aneouB booltii, wllh U*e
rsual J'oea 0! goods auoo'ated
with book ito es nud b'oJfoners,
fi always kept eomp'ele.
T. N. HIBCEN k CO.,
mySl-to Gov't St., Viotoria..
ESQUIMALT AKDNAHAIMO R.R.
CMTBAillB'S QVtH'K,
V.'t-dniA, Sept. a,' "JU,
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
Far Whltr labar oh 'he Kitm'aiall
aad Kaaalwa Ra'" way.
Ilook Foieman }3 00 to %4 uo per dny
Ewih Foreman 3 Si " fl(o    "
Bridge Foremp.n i !i m " 4 00    "
Hi'ltl jo Cat nentew  8 i.     "
Blacks mi*'.ik, 1st ehvis 8 60     "
Diillor*. 2 00 « 1OT     "
LaAiets 1 Tn " r_ < )     "
Hewera.  B to    "
Ohoppe -s *. 175 " 3 0}     "
,AP o«u;lt.o la'ior ten houn per day.
Alloa:'^nten to furnish the;;* own chc;t
tool*. <
All onnloyopi find IhomBo'.ves honi-d
bet) and lot Ring,
Boart'ltia Hr-
BI013 tho line.
t'H  be convenient
Boartl, liner week.
It will not ho com ni'soty 'or employee!
to bontil In the company's houses.
Wa^es will l.vn piiio ntonihly on the Ki.li
o'vacu month.
QKAHAM A HUSK,
oollo Coutraeton.
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PBE-
empting land are hereby notified
that laud within the limits of the H«it
Ings Saw Mitt Company's leaBe U not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
t'.ospnss.
rjCfl'D H. ALEXANDER,
deS-to Manager.
MOTICE.
VTOOiCifl 18 HEREBY GIVEN TEaT
ll itie.Munlelpi.l Counoil 0/ Mr-lie
K't^eKitcndtonpjily to the Ohte/ Com-
v.iiHstosici of tjent's and Womb Jovtoe".
tP.')lish a nn <Hc .ilslmay Bfl feet wide,—
co i--.icnclnf, ut N.W, eturof Enllnghtiee;,
on the mr.'of Port Hrminood Jrnct'on,
thonco nloiiR lot684 on said map to ia'l-
wpy-'encol'no, tlienco to toUov lnilwry
forco line to tlie point of into -cct'on of
;ail»*ayv/i'h'wrnttpiyline tetween Io>.
220 wu* ^SO, Group I, thence to continue on
spIi bourn ri-y il.io 10 tie N. W. eomoi' of
lot2;o. PAUL HURRAY,
aiho'tu fjierl; Mun clpn' Counci .
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STR kSET ■ VICTORIA.
j.a:v.rsr.s*i >o'i
North B.:il8'i and lleicnuilie
lnsa.a*ice Co. rov Mnlulniiii.   J
H.C. BEETON A CO..
r*t ■?• ■ *   ' c: 0 •
■3.C.
;     IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I 0-oLroAT>:*T.'ft1'dT6PAT.JMA .
L05.D0N.
INSTITUTKD 1£08.
F0RIN,SURINCtF0US5^&0: $ :% M
Enildtii-jS CootN, Wp-.-c . li.e:.e}t <- ]
dise, Mpuufpctnring pud fp-fl ig S oc'.,
Ships iu rovii, Hai-Sor 0: Doo',:, nid l>e
Cargoes o."hiictiVev" els; n'-io, Sliiii*. hi l'd-
lm and repahlti^, ;C, '^es red. oKie" \n- ■
bou ou navigalj'.e.iive s rn' er t ,r d
Goods on liop/fHi't'Ii^V^e1 , ■Llior^joii
Croat Brit Jn aad 1 .ehwC, a id it 7o r' 11
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAHACB BY )I«L.
*  Subsorilied and Invested Cipl'.A*
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium R.id eve y in'o .. i\*
tion oan lie obtaf.ied 0.1 p,ipHca 'o 1 io
W. J. ACHSTCONH,
■ Agent for New Westmintti .
DR. SPINNEY & CO/S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SPINNEY, welt kaownu tlit (ono.
iter of Iho Montreal, (0. K.) Mwtlcul Iiwtl-
tuto, nnd Hie Proprietor of the SI'INNKYVILLI
lNflltMAltV, waiild muni re«pectftilly tufiirm
1ii« |inticiiti mul the affllrted genortlly, thit he
Hi ill cot, tin lies ta treat chronic mil iierroni illi.
e-it-Jwttti unpsniltoleil nucceu.
LADIER AND OBNTLBMBN.
KcineiiiiH'i tlmt iniM-nwliiintlon li the thief of
time to
OOME AIH> BB HEALED.
It ui;.|i6is mil ni.:'i yonr lri)iibte>> may l>e, coioe
ami lei llm Deco i>\--mluo your r.:ie. It (li'l
t'o-it -yoil in. '.Ing fu' cnimilUlioM, to plevue Mil
kui1i.< '..i-voi'iso'vei nlieihur the Dobtor par,c-
ili-niN ,vii|..-i"iiu, Ii lm nm cure yau lie will ei
ymi mm ii' 110!, l.n Hill li-ll you Hint, fur ie vill
110. I'liii-'isi-i it A i*;'-,i-nii'vH* lieisconBiiHit o'er*
iW-. i M(-11 rii 1 r*.
l'.niii-« ill 11 i/ilitliiur-' ttUlilns tiMlnifii-, t.T
(i.-.iii'i-; vl.'*. niid 11 mini.if tlesrtIpHoa or )*>e>
luniiil-M viM reL-eivo In rvim-ii t Ml ecu te ol
tiontineiil M-ciit'lvpi<cl:cil -.onu i'ot loe^die co-
lioilty.
UK. SI'INNKY- ill tiiii>i';iiilce lo forfeit five
llumln-'i O0II1111 lor cvciy c.isf or iny kind or
dluttVclei'U 11I1I1 lm nm'i-rlnli-*-) nml l.iiU torm*.
P. S.— for iliM'i-Hi'i or bho. t •Inni'Ini, I Ml
coi'i .e of um". litre, ii'd'clcul for 1 cure, wi ii
1'l :.iilire.inns, v.lll be umit lo nnvttdiireiioa
1 .-ceijit of $10.
Call or Ailitius-i
Dr. 8PIMIEV * CO.,
»28-ly      No.nKi.iiim..v.-,t.,Si"'I'i'fncVo.C I,
DR. ALLEN'S
M'SHTB  D*6PAA«ART,
M/_ K«r   iy St.- Sen F,*> ae'beo. Cai>
THE EXPEHT gPECMLl^T.
D
V.*  M.I.KN, AS 19 WKI.I, KNOV.'S, "b A
n':,nl.ir   r-imiI'I" etl I'liy.ltin 11, edncii?
tllCIlt mill CHi *! (if lliM'. -.1'* Wl. lllll lill MMCill'V,
TOCVO mVL__\3g
And H1DDLK ACKIiM-IV, i.luieien-fffdnsTon
'.u crTi-cl 1 of Voiillil'iil liidluciei'iini or Kaceeie*
i 1 innlmer jlmi*,Ntuvrjifc nmi PiitsicalDU'i.'1 ",
iMftirfM!".., Lmt Manih-oti, coiiflillon of Icmi.
■it'll eyei, HVui'->i«ii to Htwloly, ■Jetno*>i<eucy, pijt-
plceoii llio Tire, IrMof fi'eijy nntl nc-aio-.i, -e>.
r,m-ii-v of iirlni'l'i";, ttie,
MY HOSPITAL B.V?Bn>B/(CW
•Hi-rlii;, 'icon tih*8W)rt '■' ol'ri-yi Iff ro'wo'.'j!
Iiiisiilii'l.) r > iili- i' e (■ it-i'l !•' <t.!*i.e o. 't'e*.
willi cxrt'llcni.lev I.s. I< l 'ti.. "k.'ici'W rr**i -
hi out I i i!'l I tin mi ili'-iii .0 'lei'tb ut iQipovtiV.''—
lit", 0   oii >e miii'ci'ioi- «• M'-ieiociniil no< e h
I cIh'hi only mien .t.tliri'1 n.n* M<rcev-,Ail "ii** ..
cii'ii mil Kei'ffo'n, lltO.V''! „ty 1'•'o.(.,t-' a ..'«/
epccii-lly—
DlSSASUS OF WAN.
All i' i|ilyinjt lo me 'fill '"'• •■-'""■' my lio-'e.i
o->]iiion in-1 Iiiiii' roi 11 pi nl »i — -Norr.pe. ,'eni •>!-,. 1
wl'Biii'n'rlf-jHposfllveriii-e in oreivre-f 1 »)•
rieil.'ke, oifiiile1t9l,00(l. Ci'i-ii'ln. 0.1 in offre
or by teller rnu end -...idly inlvnie, Cbi>.-,eN
11*;- onr'Htj. Ttmi-itii;.li c-tnm'iiiiilon, i ic'iui *g
cliei-ilt-.'l n.itl i.ilrii- rojili.l nml.v-.ii uT n '.ie, r -■
II tlC#i"i.OO, O.Ti-h m t, 0 I08 dftilv, 0 ,0 t
eyeni ;,.   lv 'i'i-y. O.nlJ o.-l»,   ChIIhtii  r*
OR.   ALLAN,
tW^CrntneyiiiMl, Rri Fn>oclfo,,0#t'
#J-I'mni-n-Vr, Pte Doeiur bne a V»e\ -r, 1
Coimitno, Hie rONiilt or ninny yef.e 0' e errl
pilirHct.pin'Iii-i 1Un1.lv, Wii'ch, i'.n>r t'e • wn'fl
eilcim. In' ■ nererftillnl ot uni-n*--.** '■ ■> .*• ■• * ol
l/itTM«Nfioon, iTwii-Atoi-HM, etc.
TBI GREAT MM RtHEDIf
;)     lsAUOTCl-
■   Cue fo-
wiiiig
_   Ne.r-
onbDeblll y,B:.-
dilt.H'il ViUHi?
of a n v k 1111,
We.'koeefl, Pn>
Alyt\n,   Piokiw"
ioMlioeii.fttttlfll
tbe ientble e,'*
^^^^^^^^^^^■frcino/joutli ol
ioIllc*,eii(J exue^M !n mi«tOi«r y*,m,
DR.  if'TtlR will   agree  .0    0■.?'<*
Fire llmifliptl DoHns bffCMic!
thin 1.1ml ilie VM.i Dchioia-Ue (atdtK
tils h|-ft-!i'1 HfJvit-o nml ireitlipenijwllhtoi.
cure, nr (or Btiyllili>o; Itnnnre orliji'io.'»
foarO ■ tl. DC. MI.-ilR 'tviiw all Dis-
nier incifwlulW irliliotu me'dd ,v.
VoiiM'llnllon lice,  ''Doiou-tbexaiii-
tialion nntl rtdvU'e, ftj'OO.   fllre of T'.IIJ
BeiiOiMtlve. *:-i-oo t> ho .le, 0- o.i:
time* ihe qiiflii liv, SlO-00; ne.it 0 *»y
ptlilrchii ii|ion iPcci|itof juiro, oi"U 0. D.„
^co'efiwi o^civpilotjf-'d '1 mlra-.a
name 1.' -'-Muni, ire A, E. VINflf!.
JH.D.
Ti-o.e who c o.v,-,it DCIIINVIC
iu (Smi Fi«iii.i--eo e.'tmlti ..end > lull and
iphime at-ttement ol -ilielr trouble! wllh
93G-00, i-iul In rotniD a (till rouv*eo(
Medli'i-e will be forwarded, nomelv
pnelif»' no i'» i*ot to exolle ruiloilty.
All orderi for meUlolae 0. 0. D. tnuit
be accompanied with $1.00 (as a guar*
autre or pood fnith), which will be deducted w lien thi pneka-fe li ihlppcd.
'8AMPM9 EOTTI.B FnHB.-Sent on
epplicnilon by letter Haling lymptome,
no and age. Covmnnkalioni iirlclly
(onfidentlal. jnj31*Iy
II Hearucj itwel, law rrpacltea, Cal.

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