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Array Jt/n, lk<<KMttl(Mil
VOLWp-J,',!,,.,
WESTMINSTER, B.
ttrnttm
failg fritieh €olnmbi«n
Two hundred divorce suits were
docketed for trial before the courto
of Providence, tt. I., lut week.
Divorce in that state if mora
ily obtifntd than in uny
state, not excepting Indiana. A
Nl is to be presented to the legie.
Uture at the January session to ex-
«nd the term of legal residenoe to
;hree years instead of'one, whioh,
f passed, will, make Rhode Island
leas desirable plaoe for divorce-
;mnlers.-ijfo. '   •'■'  '"*■ ■"'■>" "
IT M.COOPM.B. _...«.».•>    I
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
Ot-tiOE and RESIDENOE-Chnroh  Bt
) Oiest door to Farmers' Rome), near
, JkjfelSmbJ^^JIewWMtinlnr
OFFIOBI]
TV.WOLF
SMITH, M.D.
OFFICE (forth.' pmenlr-Over Her-
*t|isjr.'i nmK Store..
OFFICE IKHJ««-1» a. m. loitliooh; JI
to!,; and «:!»to 8 p. nt. dnolWc
T\R. F. WBLIH,
DENTIST,
Now Westminster, B. C,
w
Hi
Colonial Hotel,
,       ,  ap__te
the mnt-.&m f, t*B« K_wi* rt«
%tix Jfimifc* coiitoltis an elaborate
.rtiole on the financial situation in
France, by M. Oucheval-Olarigny.
It ia the darkest picture of the
tind, says the London Standard, we
lave ever jam, »-* th«(e is mora to
wiow./ iwkmM. Ost^.
in his dangerous devotion to
faith that if a government is to he
rooted iu the oobideHce Ol the people it must lavishly spend, itidiiced
the Republican party to embark on
;i course of wild extravagance in
lave beoome hiireasingljr involved.
M. Olarigny accuses.successive ministers of malversation and systematic deceptioit.J: "Tlie great curp of
the treasury' das' been tlie exfraori
dinary   budget.     All public Wdrks
have ^PttJMf-* -sMffh
means of rteetln"' the outlay these
works caused was borrowing, and
loan followers. .(Kit iftWi XhUl
brought augmented ordinary expenditure. Then, as deficits appeared,
they were concealed by cooked bod
gets. Ordinary ohanjes were thrown
into the extraordina^r budget and
[laid for out of loans, nnd device
ifter dtirioe wits msortdd to raise
Money. The-J»vi)igs ba»k deposita
mere first appropriated,-and theu
ihe funded, ajtd. the floating debt
[raduiilly, .grew until it stands at
omewhere about l'«140i000,000'-J-J
>he largest debt of the kind.. Mi
Jlarigny says, that any nation ever
■ore up utider: ' CdpiUl Is being
vitlnlmwii from the trado of tin,'
wintry ' to keep the government
float, and tlie occasional fundings of
ittle bits of'the Boating debt bot
tave off, if Ottly do stave off, the
lay of reckoning. As usual, free
jon-owing hi)»j^-*_«*o||)»u_t»d by crini?
nal extrati^anie; and reckless (Ua-;
egard of houest Unance, and now
sinkruptoy is storing Ae nation in
ihe face.
ool. ir^i^f!f«t\l#^nV
awyer, orator and politician, de-
ilared himself for Henry George
LtfHno«t.
ions, in whits)*..flu™, m,,Wfs..<'f.
philosophy that may be useful to
the working men tlttmi.l,***!: 'iter*.,
sonally," said Ingersoll, "1 am for,
Henry CMlfe* 1. W*> JgiWtm
workingmen an opportunity of showing whethert•my -aWvTntdllg«it
enough sa-I lioaeet ej-ough to stand
by eueh other ana vote .the sj.pie
way they march, Weiee pnrtx*-
sions of thousauds, opait thoasniuls
of workingmenf' carrying all kinds
of banners, and among oth* thlhgti
saying that ,tj_a .vp;Unumen.must
stand t«g«WK-«i_w'tt»if Will'have
their opportunity,    Henry Qtorge
-fS&MmW^
doubt, honest,.«ndJithovo all ili'iius,
a true frieAd of tlie working people.
Now I wnint them to .tiri-d hy hiin,
and to vote for hiiii, arid I am on
that side myself.: My. judgment iii
jthat thin labor question will enter
largely into the next presidential
campaign,;,,-f.. ,Ypu)d„(jta.***,(iei| the
* ' wing men succeed, . 1. would like
.. sea tliem have a uiJijnijity in emigre*, and wjtli _j prfrfdrnt ol tlieif
own. I would like to see this so
that they omiltl satisfy tlitmi wives
bow Iit.lt>, nfiw all, i.«n be w.tni'1-
plislmrl by Ifjjj'Irtttbh. ' Tlurmiiiiiint
rospoiMibilify . would touch their
ilimiltlt-r_ they WojiM Uwoiiie uon
mrvative.     They would find that
I""'-*!*'''' b-ttipi-nife **.9rM<ift-»n.
nilividuiirT nffiir uml t)i»t e*oli man
must look out fur himself. They
would Houn Mud that the government cannot 11kt- cure of the poo-,
pie. The people: must support the
ifovernnmi.t. ''Everything oannot bo
regulntod by law. The fnciors entering it'to this problem are suh-tan-
tially inSnite and beyond the intellectual grasp of any human being.
Perhtps nothing in the World will
convince the laboring man how little can Ite nc.edil.'.lii-lit.d by law until
tliere is the opportunity of trying,"
. O. BR9WHi   , ,
ifr''!_._i»mst.
Ol   .
Store, CoIuj
Hours-»tolSi_.'a<l'o7. .,,,   ■
Will visit ChllllwhOe* the Unit Monday
'ollowlnidays In each month.
paiitles.s>utrsi.t«l.   null '
Omca^-Over'D.
Columbia Bt.
Is * Da's
-estmlnsl
and two folio1
Tnth1
nstmMUtAttefU,
Dl  llli'i
B/iBB-STSBS,   ,,,.,,,
'      sducrroto, bto
Offlee, Mekenste 8treet,'Now Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. C.              JyMdwtc
 > I I 1 f("    '■■• ; '.i '.!■ I
tT   WOBMAI.BOl.Hl.
' '• BARRD-MR-AT-LA W. IJ 8
Columbia sunt,
'  '   kew Westmlnsler, EC.'
€
APT. PITTJKMDBIOH,
LAND  AGENT, 40.,
m
d-aeiic.,;■,-- yyenslegtr^.^.
1 LBEHT J. HILL, r
.,,„       CIVIL ENOINBEB,      ..
LWarl a.r'TOih' W.t-»t«ss..»U"i
OFFICK-One door North of Hessrs.
Corbould A McColm, MoKensle Street.
 I dw-solitc, ...   :
iit)
.goriuifi
WALTER 3,
091/.  '<■"•
WALKRR,
Aadlt.r, Accountant, *..
Colonlnl Hotel, New Westr. j    ', dseiSmS
fT ' "; :"
HJgSI
11*1 HOWSE
. Formerly I
s lo announce
. HUW.H,
Formerly Hows*; HUH
-- ^■.ui.Viiij-
IA Rlckman,
lt.munw hu..
■n"i|»iss (! J-.J >';.     r-
S.rTr..r,4teal ft,,.Bnker a«i»  ..
" ■•■tstnvityiaiiir■ '
On and itflerthe ilstlnslauU onicftMew
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STRUM • T10T0R1A.
Aamrn tor
North Britisli ud Mercantile
| Insortnee Oo. for HalnUnd.
H. C. BEETbN A 00.,
M Flnsbary Circus,
.,"""   - London, E.0,
PAVILION
MtS Rink
THISWEIX-KNOWN ROI.LEB UNK
will be open oatollowsi       I   •>     I
SATURDAYS, 2 to -i In the; aftornoon,
and 7:90 to 10 In theflVPlilng. -". > i    *
Ad-uL.nl«-«i Ocntbmcn   Uo.;   Ladiea
free.  Uie ot litotes, 2fte.     ,   ]j;,,
Perhons wUblnx to xeeurAtho Rink for
•Olpct skating purtlci can do «o on i?ppll*
WINTEMUTE, CALBICK A CO.
dnol3!n (_^_ ■ ^   ,
THE CLA«ENCE
! Cwner Vitei 6 Uouplas SI rer Is,
; IVICTORlAy B. O.   ho
FMMKO. IUCHAIM,Ji.   •   - .-   UUII
mOURIBTS* HEADQUARTERS; rKIRST
J.   Class In every respect   l-«Hf np*
tie.
ei
.     s        aiivnp.
■lied wllh all (oMvmieiirciimt NMlrrM
lUtoli. New and Eleumit In all Its Appointments,  rrlen Marirnitr. ■ jj    ' • f
This magnlfloenl Hotol b. now open for
tbe reception pf Guests.
•arNo pains will tiesnart*U by the mun*
'n Kestaui
COLUMBU STRKET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
iDAfOBr NIGHT).
Oyster* In any Style;
Board by ttie .Payity Week.
itMi&a^^i^^
are vtremely low.
dnolms     .     E. H, lUBKBH. Prop.
Tm
t.LSL3 I
i P
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Cullintbla Street,..
 New Wdstmlnster
tW A.
f) AU commNstoiis will receive prompt
and careful at^i-itiot*. ■jj(Bf^t^refe»DCpfj
(1 ven when raiulred, mhia-tc
IP Wtikm\
Ul ME ui HEUL M
kte.t Ikr tke  TBAVKUWI UFC stmt
VtlBESIT USIWUCe OOHPAIIT,
,p        HnHI.nl. Cm.
OFFICRi-FerHs *treet, Ne» WMtmln-
f«i5,ta»4M
JLAND SURVEYORS,
m\ MM*, insurance aad
Commission Agents.
HM, LIFE, HMUUT * MMHI INSWANCE
Real Estate, Mining
AHD MONEY BROKERS,
Gener^CiiiitobsloD
VANOOUVKR. B. O.
,'. lOAM NmOTI4TBIS.-i <S
-,.;   TWO it;'L
srntesi "uur ur. i,ura, nsvtng oeo
^!W,£.ffi9.!_U
Ml. coucltidsst to l.k. ssnw with
Messrs, l'.rk.r A Falrtl, of HUl.d.le,
srrltesi "Onr Mr. Liird, having oeoaslon
tlieexoel*
Keleottlc
m. (juunuiiw tri, i«i«v     mi wltn bint.
nl th. MMtU hss been very astonish-
K    W.lMystly tliat in MT.ral InsUli-
s it hasr WMwl cure, whsa silmsnts
istl lieen yMMnuosll Inoumble S,, ontl-
lent prsctltlonern.
mnfluo * oij»*i
Bl
RAND BROS.
BSL EST AT F. BHOKBRS,
C.iiT.r.i.e<U, C.lt.et.r.','   ''
And lt.sstr.ne. A»..t.,
Oiliecs al. VIOTORIA i Fort street,
j,:,      NTeKT«lPgS»^r
BUILnttM-'ifidW foria'le lu all sertlons
ot Vancouver and New Westmlnsler City.
KABM I.AND.1 uf slilierlor ouallty tor
sain: at Clillllwhaek, Tort flaskmond,
Lansley, Matsqui, Rlimas, Mud Bay,Md-
nartsXandtni. Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
anil Plti River,
s^^J^mffittttS:
Wood and Coal,
nny pnrt or the City at lowest «• .
rent rates,
LIVERY AND fEED STABLE.
'Orders iiioylw left at tho Store of W. II.
Burns, cor. Coiumbin tind Bluckle His.
-ilewTsl UMkflMllh nhmm on Rlnlmrd
Streot,oppoHlte Et.C. Pinning Mills.
^J _.       dnoVtc
TU.WD_*Y*_Wr_8l.0.<l, DECEMBER 7, 1886,
irtmBEB no
Change of Time! ch*»^es mwumv.
' »»p. »i'«l«lrr omti, Vt. WMi'r.
Eniiii Sipi ud Onumnkl hiatiaf.
MKIMM_ilO,il%
WAtl. PAPER.
IWim. C P. N. CO. (M.) STEAMER, ..
" R. P». RITHET"
WIU leave New Westminster on her
TUE8DAYTRIPS at lsUHki.il,, In.
Stead o(7 u'olook a. m.,as hcrecofurc, until
further notice. Bhe will leave on Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 o'clook a. m,, as
heretofore. 'I   .
■    JOHN IRVINO,   •
TH08.I_ BRIGGS, Manager.
Agent, dno»wl
THOS.  QVENS,
HANCFACTfiBER Of
^
TZFjhjarOKrfo
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
: Sifes, Sewing Machines, Ac, Ac,
^      Rcpnired.
BtAOKSMITHINQ
Iii all Its branches.  Farmers', Log(*erH,l
■' Hill aud Contract Work; Agricultural
I   Implements, nnd everything In the
•     blacksmith line made to order.
Having seennd lint-class workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
Mr Horse-shoeing n specialty.
dw-JlySltc]   Columbia St., New Wmt.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Cora'y
1 OF LONDON, ENG.
p"j i    (iriijLBjiir)
'■'■ ■ E8TADLI8HE0 IB3I
Risks Taken at Sates
as Low Mftuy other
Re%ble Comp'y.
T.R.PEARSON,     ;
ilr,i-7le     ii-ttjjS. Afi.Ca.) AGfirfT.;.
S.B.WEBB,
'   ' ■■:•'• ■•:'••    -J:'"  ■■ .   Ji'lf
ir JJ'8-
APPRAISER
HAVINO HAD EXTENSIVE EX.
perlence In CJullfornis ami elsewhere in the above liusin_-is, 1 am now
prepared to take charge of any salts,
auction or otherwis*; that the puhllo
may favor mo with. *.'. !.'■
duns Klti>«, I srlrltlges, hinder,
Bitot, Vlsbln-c Tackle, UprcU-
(lei,   Cillery,   m<   Mr
Vliij*«arr,
to BI! flAB f.Jki THE. OLD STAND,
. ,. KNOWN AS THK .
metittgerle Shop,'
OOLUMBIA  STRUT.
dwuuI7tc
Administratrix Notice.
Al¥
OTICK IH HKRRI1Y (JIVKN THAT
. nil p-imons litilohMt to tin- Inle losliuu
__ woriW novi.o.iiH itnnicr, formerly of
New Wpstmltuti>r, ilQi/enKtHt, nr*- n-qulrnti
to pay llioBtnoitnt at thoir Indumodnc-W to
the undorul-fiu'il. forthwith, nnd nil per*
sons having uny itlnlms iiuamtt ihe vAiate
are re-|Ulr«d lofuiiiiMlipiirtlvtilHrs thei-eof,
duly verllted, wlthiiiK two month*, fmm.
fftOPHIA K. HOXKIt,
AdmhllHiralrlx,
Dntwd New Vuat, Oct. lath. 1WHI.   m-IAWm
Change of Business!
JlffS* T*-  --   -*'ir -**"•   j-
1'BB   UNDKaomNBD   HAR    PUR.
m oh.sed the 1'iillre sliH-k-ui-trsd. uml
linslne-M nt An-lik- Hum., eorner Columblu * Uliicttle Ml... nnrl In |ire(uin)J to rrup-
ftovl'.ftfi.riif."..,,!. 1 ?, "I'.ii'esl "ir.l
A call solicited.
..■dimj-l-,- , ,, V,-, h, nunt<|-
Mlt. AUSTIN,
URAtEBIN J   '. Jj.il'.r
General Msrchaaiiso!
A luge Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
Ai.**A***8 BA'Ni-f w^s
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We run two >laae.4allji,exeept8nndav.,
lo I'ort M.mkI). cnrrylns H.M.S. molls.
As no I Iquor or tobaoao Is used we oan bjr
Kinperale baWU and careful economy
serve thc puhllo at especially low rates.
F. CRAKE,
;90   .' ,    ',
I'lUCTlCAL
-AND-
, mwmm-fst-
COLUMBU STRfET.     NEW WESTMINSTER.
•VS-.Hr luslsHm At*H.
SIG\ OP TIIE BIG WATOR.
, The laifest assortment ot Wall Paper
In the city, i-omprtslnt newest patterns;
always on hand at bottom prices. Sam-
81es on view at T. R. naison * Co.'s
tore, Columbia St   rssaw *
spoolally.iuw rats*.      fTTff|
W. PROTHERO & GO.
fPACfintERS AND DEALE1
it, K^psiior:-iiiHiiiTi*Jit:
REiviPeb
ipled by Mr. J
Street,
it -itmk nnd r	
ItOTilERO A CO.
MAi-UFACTUREItS AND DEALERS IN
AM. K^DNorF-VRMTI-JIE.   '."
s»-To .hop lutely occupied by Mr. Durey,
Columbia street.
Call nntl examine our slock- and prices
"-->' hBdifei jy»c.n*t Wiintawnu
In thc rlt!
done.
-.irtt.ir <>- _
wrfttof
seinte
P. PEKBLEH.    ' '   "''u*r. W."TBEflSXE?
Peebles heckley
1     (NEAljl MEBCjIAN'rS'SJ.YABE)    .
_FUE Ifl TUBE
MANUFA0TURER8,
—AND—
UPHOLSTERERSj
Ins and Wool Hiltreuei
Beddldf aim's ii ham
AVE ON HAND XHt! '
#fW_-M£Pi
Sprlnir and Wool HattretMi And
id*
HAVK ON HAND THE
ktui;i:HT
afiTit
Hartlwnre Bcdiwna Suite*,  la Aith,
Cherry, WalKNl.«r^hf«iiiiy.
EHilinatt!!* for Offlce and Store Fittings.
'Ati experienced upholi-torer has boon
engaeed by the firm, who are Jiow.-pre-
1 mretl to do Mil kludHof work In tbeup-
tolHtorjf-rlltie.j '■' ,,r-"*
COME AND SEEI
W. H. HOLOEN,
H'AVma TAtR-r-'MMNMBIOII op
tlie "Teniperauce Honse,»fronting
on Columbia and Ohnreh Btnets.opposlt.
tbe Episcopal Church, and now known
as tbe
FARMERS' HOMEI
Will accommodate the traveling puhllo
al the following rules:
Itanl per day.. «__ —.fl to
-"- .   " week ......;.' 6 00
Blnsle Heals.... ..__.......     __
idles ant
mjfto
■OLOood accommodation for Ladles and
families.
E. HUTOHERSON,
A   NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Krilt wd eraim-atal Trm,
UOKira Landimo, B. 0.
SUUSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
m Die people of British Columbia
has cstabllHheil a Nursery at Lad-
IT1HE S
L forir
that he I:
form the people of British Oolumbia
.—..he has established a Nursery at Lad-
ner1. Landing, and  Is prepared to All
9} **ders fur r*rnit 'Trees; ornamental
,*-% Shrubbery, Vines, Smell Fruits,
Af\ Trees Imported or bom. grown' according to the wishes or customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training In the builness, ana hnvlnr '
 Jgtdlhe wishes
subscriber        '
training ii _ „
permanent slake In tbe country	
Inlorest to deal fairly wllh the public. He
baling a
rltlelils
will, wait upon the various towns and set-
•lemeniB shortly, and all orders will have
his personal alter'
Jenttoii.
E. HUTCHERSON.
c. Mcdonough
' HAVINQ TAKEN
Lundboni's Bulldlwr, Front St.
!' (Ponnei lj; owiupleil byltfle it Tllton),
IS   NOW RKADV
to serve liis custoinew anil everybody'
wltb'iiM k<kmI n stock nsninun wnntsto
•oloet from,
■ry   OwmIn,   linwerlH,   rravlitoMi
Cmcltrry. •Ulnmiwiire, Ummte, «ftc.
Come iiiul .soe tbo- new nlttce, uud let ni
know what you thick of lt!   '    '
dwoelSte c\ McDONOCOH.
"BLUE SfORE'1
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public! that they
are Drepared to do
l^-as llttiiig at lowest
^'ossfblfe fates consistent with good work*
manship.  ,   v\
^a supei^3yi^
■tURES,   GLOBES,
&c, now on hwid. ■■■i
jji^* Ordirt mt% j be-left. »t
;the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BtOS.c       -    . i
J.L. STAMFORD,
d-JlySltc
tS I1KHKBV OIVM thtt nppUMUo*
1 wlllbciimdetothtfl-eiclelntlvc Annem-
lily of the Province of nrttHb Colnmbia,
■t the next ichIou thereof, far an Aet to
InuonwraU* a company for ihe purpoie of
itmtractln^mHiiHglnviind mnlr"'
JMtt Works nt the termlntU pot
Cnnuilliin Puclfle Railway oil Coal
lalntstnlnir
lint of the
„    *l Harbor
and Engliah Bay. and for the porpoM*
thereof trrantlns to the ttnfd compinVthe
toiltfin of taKlnrt water trom Capttano
aek.Burnuliy I_«ke or other *uliable
Intu, with power to the laid company
„ build (lumen, aquedueto, lay BlniM, erect
damn, inquire land*, aud do all other aeti
and thins* neceatmry for the purpoeee
aforcsxld.
EIIEKTH A TAYIiOK. .
A Mollcltoi-s for Appllbauta.
" iiateilMeplewU>r-«Ui.l_Hil. deWe
WATCHES
A arte assorlmi'iil of Anrrlcin Sll-
■   r :ver Watches, i_it..<*ust-')t'o6£ cases.
nnlt<libs Swiss Walcket, from $8
J. '    upward.     .'.•'" '   |
CLOCKS
A line SHiorlattit df *-*ij Slrlk-
Ing Clocks, with cathedral gong;
solid, walnut cases! latest; designs.
Alia, Seth Thomu' Nlekle Alarm
Cloeka.j ■/ j.j r'i .■■
.tn HlCf ASSOHTWtllT OF JlKLlir.-o
Fine nslrkletatlftnia »v»lslt}. All
Work Warranlc-i,
set- Remember th.   place—the "Bine
8,"r""*'.'i«__*i«_«r_r,
dwau8yl        Columbia SL, New Wesl.
YORJIAMJB.
THR I.EA8E, PIXTl^RKft AND STOCK
of that  well-known  Variety Store
next the Holbrook Home, Front mnn.
docIRe
Farm for Salel
4
N IMPROVED FARM FOB SALE
.. obeop, and on easy terms, with or
jhout the stock.
M. NICHOLSON,
ilwoc7te Mount Uhuisn P. o.
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTERKST IN the LANG-
ley Saw and Plaulns Hill; mill In
    ,.       'j!-'? tb*
good order. For particulars a]
premises to
Or, Hessrs. DRAKE, .1ACKSON
iipl8to 4HEL—-    "'
I»T,
M'CKi-STvieiorta.
FOR ^ENT.
FROM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
an broomed House on Asnen Htnet;
Alno—From the Flmt of Dcoember-a
large Store, with baeement, on Columbia
Street, centrally situated.
,   Apply to
HENBY V. EDMONM,
doc2Stc
Jind Agent.
FOR J^ ALE.
The 8tr.^Olady8M
THIS WKIX KNOWN KIVER HTEAM-
er. well found and In perfect running
order, la offered fbrsale aaehe now ntandK.
For particulars apply to
'        W. B. TOWNSEND.
N.B.-ThU would be u Ou* ohance fr-r
farmers to form a Joint atock comparand buy a nteamer for their trade.
m -_^ dwnollml
For Salo!
1 SPAN DARK DAV MAKES, I audi
1 years old; good travellers; work single
or double.   . ■ i   .
I Say H.rse, _ yearsold; works slngle'or
double; nice indfes'argente' saddle hone;
verygentle.      .       ;        ,  .
I JlieaMiailadr| 4springs;nearly new.
Stusrf IlasMky lay on Nortii Arm,
Fraser river.
»kUs.Baltfala.n. s hrir-kkla. Sail
SsIsmi B^Lto.
.' AIso-^Ism ' issti, .ne-nla.il Inlerest III
(JUy Wtdes-OHsipuy.:~l ■■ „„■■,-
„ W. J, FRENCH. .
New West,, Nov. llth, 18S0.      dwnnmc
ESTABLISHED 18J*.
,■)   :''"       "■'■
wm djckSson,
BUTdHER,
■-.-
OS 0»pd»H« Ihe Coloilil Bolel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
rpHE LARGKST AND   CHOICEST
X   sssortmmt of sll descriptions of
MEATS AND VESETAHE8
Jj:.;     .... :■
Constantly on hud, nnd supplied to Fsm-
(Ues, Rcstanmnts, and Steamboats at th.
iliovvKaT rnsistBLK riRipKS.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—i-ao to—
.lAvrOIEBfiL'S':.''
FRONT STREET, j Orr. C, P. N. WnA«r.
.-:.■■,.„'    dat_Bte..   ,   :      ■  i   ■;'..
\rbTicE(w Thereby given that
1*1 .anapplication will bemad, to the
LeSHlaUv. Assembly of the Province ot
British  Columbia  at  Its next session
for an Aet to Incorporate a Company to
build, maintain and operate allnaof Rail-!
way from sume convenient point In or'
ueor the City olNwWe.lmln.ter to
some convenient point near the ttth
pantllel of North lalltnde, betwe«n Semiahmoo Bay and Township 18, to ths pto.
Set of New Westminster, Proviuce of
Itl.h Columbia.    ■ T'r
New Wcstmlnster.Uth November, Ust.
W. M.COCHRANE,
I dnoSCwO Agent for Applicants.
_fcT©TIC-Ei.
Whereas i have been aptomt*
ed receiver.of all the jpsnonat e.-
late, effeete and credits, In-lutinl book
debts and all other .hoses In scuba t/m
or accruing du* to William Isaacs oTPort
Hsmmond, by virtue of an older In th.
"Jountv Court of Victoria, dated the att
of ~ "    *     ""** '"  --	
Jay of September. .  ,_
hereby warned from receiving, taking In
t6 possession or holding aayiaf th.—
estate, or from paying to the sold Will
"•M11. -J>*!S?* *fH'
ts of servant*,anyn
Irs, or (rim disposing or Ik any 4s*|.
ink with said r-'—
Als also pro
all penons Indebts
Isaaes, his r
'Ju'aisoprovidei'by tke said order tkat
" ~irsonslnd.btad to tin sal'
,. In tbelr uaueRSlan at_	
HjisM—
, deliver or
T. J. ARIdttRONO,
**     '*8h«
having In Ibelr po.s»«lih snyeffeouof
'---'-- -ihertha
sf),am
una to i
Dep'utj'SbetlO
 ._J»
than what
  Usposedof),ara tt»I*~
accoaut for the soma to me,'
ring
»e said	
legally dlsi
New V.'e.tmlnKter, B. C,
Oct, »Ul, 18-B.       fil
Brery Nu to Mb own imdatM
IAX1 KKCISfRI oaDIXAWCB, 1810. j
REMOVAL.
M'i'nnbn. imvktar
the  4H.t-ll.-l-   i.i    M •
sHIre, ip Mm*
.fitow lll»,V III',
attemttttlrorilili'e.,
iPHI-f-R
it.,  mul
- I.'nluiit-
iimw pri'irnr>"l to
I.M-|tar
•rl.ATE MANAGER EOR SAVAOrj *
LYMAN, MONTREAL   <
IkroHt-Hlcra, Krpeners. Chroko-
i K'kplir., »Bd 111 lie Wllch
rrMln * Spwltlij. ,
kStt ONE HAVING WATCHES wliich
l\ lu.vD liui'ii Injureil by Incompetent
woli'li ri'|mlrvi>r i-nn be maile cquul to in-w
Sfiilir. J KWKI.ItY of all kluil. iniuli! anil
r.|inlreil. AH work wnrrunlMl; i-harges
mirdoriitc, .Estimatesgivenfreeofehurge.
WtLTMllt. KMUM.a.d Mker
Watches and Jewelry ehrape.
Ikaa uy .Ihrr law Ik *. V.
arrurnti- tlineH"opor«,W4: umml prioe.*A
! _        '     _ '-wileftti1
| v sttoattiom Wanted
Bv
III"!'1
Ink
Will
ew p| i i-flH Wil-
I HAVE Afbr.ivliiTOTIlK MINISTER
of the Interior for a lli-eiiDR to ent ttin-
ix-riiii ihw follovlnir Ihii'Im, enibruclailn
ull im nrres;
S. Vf. Ki Hpnilon 11, Town-.lilp I'i.
N. K, fnieflonnt part Bep. 11,'Towhalilp l*i
K. Vf,}_fleollnn 12, Vnwnah p Ii. V
S. fnu'lltm I % Seetion l;J, Tnwitahlp I'i.
. N. % Keution hi, Township IS.
All aliimted in New WoatmlimterDWilat.
ac.
IT. WEST.
I.niiglf y, 10th Nov., IfWiJ. dnolMnl
Executor's Notice!
la ike Matter or Ike l>i«n .rr. KimUc,
deeeased*
A 1,1, PERSONS   HAVING   CLAIMS
l    '-  -" - •• - —
Ul *». II, Rlark Ll, rati or Ml.lrlcl Ul
J..<n>, «_ t^JJ" »•»*»*-!-•<••  "|
WHEREXS'fnfc'COTrtt'IC'Affi' OK!
TIUeulOawlliieMelcm tothe atrove
in.ntloliiHl Lut Ira. been loet or dcnlniyed
' r-ppll.ailoo, has U'on made font du-
-■- ireof, »-—■•• ■ ■■■
PRACTICAL
CHEHIST&DRUGBIST,
COLUMBIA  fTACCt
(CPf  COLONIAL ttOTll).
'NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
plk'lltt-lhCkvut, ■uru.v m   . ....,.-.
Kl vou that a fresh eeftlttcate of title wi(l
tie li-Kiiedtti llenofthiitwtKmtorth^li'oy*
oticejit therefore liLivhv
di certificate of ""
of thi.. m> lost 1
nd, uuli'Wi cause he .-.hewn tofhe ooiUnny
wi thi n one ittthttt)ifit>aK'tlio datu hereof.
It. W. AltMKTKONQ.
*n0    * '•'>'•■" ' ■   Deputy ItoilKirai-.
I_and Kt'i(tntj-j OMi-o,   ■■■....
Sew Wo*t^niiten*.-6tUiNpy.,,18W.
Ily leelpM i Specialty*
N    K, ~ Only Uonuina Drop wtd.
Over twenty Veua' experience.    mxSI
iiKiilnst the Kxtatoof the lute T. Kim
.... mv n-quonled In pn^-Mti-be name oil
or iH'foru the lAth dny id |*eoinb#rncxt,
bit- are reqnuftud (opn-s-sBtib«Miut*on
or iH'foro thc lftth Any itt; Mecinbfr nexI,
nlld all pen.onH Indi-litt.d tn tlm mild Ek*
tn te are reqneMed to nettl _• the nnme on or
befltre the fluid dnte.
II. M. COOPER,
Executor.
New Westminster, Nov. 16.18&     ibiltfm
A MAN WHO IH COHPETKNT TO
t"o|i itiinit*, lo*»it nfior a Htore --r othor
pi'Hi* Im-.lii'-'-n, polleet, ennvm-s, ur
...„   I'li-iftf-'df a iHiK-hi-rlng bqamofia, or
w-nil-i tiii'l- rink*- iihinwt uny honornblo
Aiiplyt.t'Chl^Qffleft.
thvno|'.'lo
lillfl. KB. SMITH.
CITY SCAVENGER.
CtKHHPOOIX AND Y.\m>.*l CI.EANEtl,
/ and Cliliniievs sWept.
,:,.. iiiioi'w
Change oi Business!
10HH M*WfE
m-VKKH i THIS,- OPPORTUKITVi: OF
1 tbnukiii-r the 1'niillc for tlu-lr kind-
news nml p-dtr.iiia-'e in (lie past and be*
■peaks the eonfUmiincv of the snme to bin
■npceftsoty   ,
W.;,JE. F^LES,
WholiopeHtodcwallolil fi;lendnand make
many new.   ,,, ,   ,,,,.
All pefKoni Indebted to J. G. Bunte aro
requeeted to make lmmedtiaenettlnmeht;
aud all olMfirifl-tbajnhl hlihahOnld be pit-
aeftted wlthttut delay;
Ifyoit harecarpetitoHowand Ipy.wln-
.tow blind* to make or kitns. pictures h>
I..d.r_ki_.,,.rcj,-,iv
Next dool- toA.M.HehT»s'«Dri
Columbia St., N. \V„ 11. C.
EH
Public Notioe
far fttmtx Mi lib^,
Mm: UNDBife.ONED (TkAJtky'W
J   the kindness and permission of the
Mayor nnd '.llty Council! two weeks ago .
ri'Hipencd the Public Library, and takes
boyTW^
mWO »StAM ROVS W-AtfTBI- Al*
A once to sell the Dally Uoiumblaii.
ApylMI This Offlce.    "^'^ v",j)li!nt"
ao Invitation to
. .    lister to pay him
Papers and Magaslnes from all
thliroppurtuultytn __    ,
ivn'.dentrr of New Westminster
avlnlt.   ~
ilin'ctloiiH iire received for patrons and
  •   adaedlnc
vlKlinm, ami more will lie added ln ease n '
rpBMiijiHirie .support. Is obtained. Tbe
terms nre (HI cents a month, in' arfmnw. as
pnpeni, Ac, arc p*ild for In advance 1 his
wl II amount to about _ cents a day, or tke
cost of one cigar for seven days permission
In ...  urw. Iron all or* the .l*t._mf
rVerS-'jl'l t&unl Th-re won wsJpIBfo«
akndt this, but those who believe tn—S-
a deoen'l'flre wlll'dmlSlless appreciate this
InMIMltlon. ladles and slraniem are free,
hq doubiles, all the parties who believe ln
Blue Ribbon will come, forward at ono.
ani Join Ibis allractlv. adklf, both lor
Oitit ow» crMlll and that of otblya "
on., earn, all, and you will bs ulw.
by one wha can soap all olsssei, vir,
.     -  YonrsRespectfnlly,
NV .Weil. Aa|,»,_-_J.
HENRY W. HttOHW.
dsuMo T"
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
H. 0. & 0. P 0. II  Robinson
Notico ....... ..„.. .. „. T. Walsh
|l.ttlj) f ritis^ohiipiiin
Tuesday Evefelni; December *. 188S.
During tho progress of the Campbell divorce cane, which occupies so
much space j in .some newspapers, a
great ninny disgusting details have
come out. Cpijiraentiiig upjan these
things it portiltn'of Hie American
press takes occasion to say that.they
indicate tlie existence of a dreadful
condition of immorality ataioiig the
titled classes of Great Britain. This
is doubtless Une, bttt these American
editors lose "sight of the circumstance that Lady Campbell, one of
the parties in. the case, nnd one
against whoso character very dani-
aging evidence has been given, is to
all intents aiul. purposes an Anjeri-
can, the daugWef 01'the notorious
Victoria Woodhull, of New York,
the representative of1 Atnerioan "tree
love." 'It is by no means certain
thut this woman is not the real sinner, and that the cuse she brings
against LQrd,.Colin Campbell is made
up for the puipitie of "getting ■etieh"
with him. -'JHitlierto the evidence
lias been so, conflicting that one can
form no intelligent idea, as to, which
is the gdilty party, ot-Whether they
have been' both '"alike criminal.
There nre among tli,j,BHtfslt aristocracy a great many.^pien and
women whose,J^n^RpJkce T|j^i|J))l>i
behind grated windows xjr^ in the
chain-gang.   .     ,~__ . „„,   .
" ■     ; • :'.    y
The principal charge brdught
against the government of' Mr. Mowatt ill Ontario is its reported alliance with the Roman Catholics. It
was the growing influence of popery
in Canada, ani tlie subserviency of
l>oth tleJ.l*i-tot-.**nlBtta™iov*-*
ernments to that influence that induced the Toronto Mail to'deolure
its political independence and hoist
to the mast-head the flag of Orango-
isni and prohibition.. There has always seemed to be a doubt as to the
Mail's honesty, and we must say
not without reason, for it has scarcely been 'consistent' in" ill inspects
with ite'n^w'jirofessipns. .,t*uid it
may be doubtful whether the popery
cry is either wise or justified by the
circumstances. Those who accuse
Mr. Mowatt of .heniig tindw the
thumb of the Roman Catholic archbishop have not been able to furnish evidewi of tto jjowjcbiees of
their suspicions. -^Imksm thth^Sn.
tario premier,'who' is ihinraelfj-a
meinber of the Presbyterian church,
has received many assurances, of
continued conSdfenee' irom ■frdt"»r
tant ministers of high standing, such
us Rey...Principal Cdyeh.aud Ks*''
Dr. Stewart. • Unless th'e'grouhds
for alurm are very plain and unmistakable, it does not seera to na *iae
to arouse religious animosities where
the result,js\1ikdly totejevil rathQf
than g^otk " 'The (Mtarte.Ccmserva;
tires, however, are' making the most
of the situation,'- '■' '■:■. «.,•'•/'
NOTICE
i 1,1, ACCOUNTS MUST III! PA III TO
fdJUrf""  jlHOjlAJ-l #AI^
The Pacific ptywwe Jgjww-ttitfn,*
ing its attention to hop growing for
the eastern market?, ami a few days
ago the first^Bhipment of hops was
made {»">&.ensV 'KJvijrfonrteeii.
thousand pounds were consigned to'
u Montli fifllir The British Columbia -*i**per3 'give a, veiyr unsatisfactory . pietje , of', intelligence, how'-
erer, when it is stated' that, the
consignment, was despatched via the
Northf^Jftbilfo.- ST$.\Mf,% roore
favorable'rate' being mnde by that'
company thaii with tlie Canadian
Pacific Railway.; j 4-his, if reliable,
is not aS 'll!'Should' ix.-r^Mit^f^-
Herald: ?-'W* givo this us a sample
of the stupid things which sometimes 1JnU".lieS'' VXi*. 1iildi«i___i& i
newspapers. The Pacilic province
is not turning its attention to hop
growing, antf esfmSt/ j lis) .hyps at
all, conse^ilently tne story about our
hops going over the Not them Pacilic Rail    "	
is a pu:
happens that newspapers in Great
Britain nmlttki.-e_iT_a.itSm df great
ignorance when, referring to Canadian all'iiirs, und on these .occasions
the Cntuufiiiti press'fiikkra Ht fively
for the Biitish. But we arc afraid
our ciintdriiOkiladtaiiodlMmpoi'itricB
are not less ignorant of Uritish Columbian affairs than Londoners are
of the kffi'irs of Cattadi' By the
way, we 'fa the' Keiti 'ibbvei^doted
appearing as original inf he editorial
coIuiiiji* t^*i*#V&fintr»al /ft'
aid amH\Wt_nfl>e)rSitfl!^fefteaf
them must have stolen-it? or per-
haps it "--jMtfMj
EnrHiquake Conrtsblp.
That is, (in ill wind that blows good
to none; wns aptly illustrated' in'the
case of a yonng Charleston, S.C., couple who were doing their courting in a
baok parlor when tihe' shock came.
Though-'hiCdlrfrightfrted^lthei youth'
was equal,Wiweomergoiwy, »iW.wlieii'
the liglrt»'V«-W extinguished, the sir
filled wijifMLMtK" TO! fattling
nbout liiu.he clasped.the girl of his
ohoiop Mf'WshWrt»ndeKclaitted, '•W'i'
will die. togr-fchor.", .Silenee gave cnii-
siint in 'the glrl'ti case, dud wheii the
rest of fKc-fifnmiijr' iwide their ftppear-
n nee tliejtfeund'thb twain looked in
8tjitnescJflfe,',^^,iS,.y;''i0lliey;',lft'''T-j(.
luive "caught on' to thu idea, and-even
ns fnr wmhw•ittViflf«-taw have
learned t» twittiounrthqlrtk*out.'  J»-.-'i
Rural Canadian I
AND TUB
CANADA   PRESBYTERIAN.
$2 for Both Papers for 1887.
Tliis lUiWWkuJjlearm- is good Uj oj_tta»
well hs new Subscribers.
Thk C-UNADA-pRRW-rKHtAN Is-pro-
iinuim1.! to he the "lea-ling ilciiomlnu-
th.i.al imper In Oanada." Is now In Its
hIxtrknth yimrof piibltmit'lnii-nnd In all
Its lU'i-iirlmeiit* WiU.lio Ix'tltti-I.win over
during tho coming year.
Thr Ki-HAii Canadian, about lo enter
Oil Its TENTH YEAR, lit stylo.! tho "ARTicill-
turn) nuthorlty of the Dominion," Is a
large !K i)i>. piiix'i-, with de jm it menta to
null the vurieil.t-uir*. »n-l IntoreslH tb he
found In every boUo. t
fMlMcribe for both I'jiimtk bow nml
BfTe.fl.
AddresN:
C. BLACKETT ROBINSON,
.l-ileTatfllb 5 Jordan Street,Toronto.
'HwsfcfeE Sate.
AN 8-UOOMED HOUaK, with out-build-
lugs, Hltnatcd In a most desirable
part of the elty. Good well of water.
Terms easy. Particulars on application
on the premises, ror. Merlvale and Carnarvon Sts.
d-acOwl     MRS. J. H. HENDERSON.
itOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN THAT
an application will be made tothe
Parliament of Canada at Its next session
for an Act to Incorporate a Company to
iniild, maintain and operate a line of
Railwayfrom some convenient point in
or near the City of Neff Westtalnsterto
aome convenient point on or near the
ffitb parallel of Nortii latitude, between
Semiahmoo Bny and Township 16, In the
-ttth parallel of Nortii latitude, between
Semiahmoo Bny and Township 16, In the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia,. .. *•« -v .-, » ■•_.
■iVb* Wefitmlnttier,mh Noyomb*^ 1886.
' ■W.-NQratANWLKit „;
d-de4m2   .        Solictor for *piMcfcnt*.
•VJmmmmtTT Jk.
■•■-'ietoies-A_.i_jB
mkE ^N^KRBIGNED .OSVBBS. FOB
Lot, with 8-rocmed Dwelling House;
Situated od Columbia Street, next the
■Roman Catholic Church. Comprises large
Drawing, Dli-lug,' Bed Itoqms, nwl.Kltcn-,
._.'. .    «-_H.iery   Bat(1 R(Mtil. ,jmi
eh:, Pnntry, -_ ., _._  , —
Wash HouM;^Thlw-stalIed Stable, Hay
Loft. Carriage House, and extensive wood
Sheds, Ae. Plentiful supply of good
Spring Water.   Lawn. Flower nnd Frnlt
Gardens;    "	
very
ens; splendM<vi#\v, healthy location;
nu It able for a laffc-wam ily.       ';%_
Applyto
*2to
HEN'RY V.TJDMONDS.
THE  INSTANTANEOUS
Will remove all  Ink or, Fruit
f   ii.if.U    I,.,!.'       'i'i(l;:-u   .
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease tr
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabricl*-eifelsj;J*5fl*-|i'*j*4r**d,;;,',^
,f     '  -l,-)l,;.;l!..ff
TRY \T-vJ>M*Ch,5toh
*;'; B. C.STATI(p)f AfJjINTIM.^1.,.: ,
flew Westminater, Tancoiiver 'ft v ietoria'
New Westminster,
dwnol5tc
W
1TO-TIOB.
Ntrati is HfafifeflT 'given'-tstkt
'-application will he mado tothe Legislative Assembly of the Province of Rrl-
tlflh flolumbia,_a_t __ '     '
Act lncorporw
lit Ve* West minster In the Province of
British Col urn bin .which maybe desoribed
'tis all those tracts of nianib and meadow
landlieinkttil.J(wtUrtvertlowtnndlsolat^l
jiortionsof upland comprised within the
boundnrles of tho same, bounded aufol-
°Vltxi. ^VosLwUnlVaiii -Ndrthn-ifdiy-b^
PHI Rivor and Lake] Southwardly Ly Fra
ser River; and Eustwardly by the main uplands of TowiitflihMfl, 12, and 42, of Group
One, New Wcstinfnster District.
Second. Eafltwwnllybir' Pitt Kiver. and
Luke, nnd Weslwardfy and Northwardly
by the Coquitlnin River nnd the upland
of Townships IS), 40, and 41, of Group One,
•J*i-New Westminster District aforesaid,
—iSoup
i
,iyer. i
and
And        .__._  ...    .
menta tiflmHISHPaFMmmRI lil... _	
have been granted by the Crown, proportionate to the benefit which may be de*
rived therefrom'to satisfy tlieco»t thereof, upon such terms and subject to sueh
conditions aa maybe just and forenab-
llng the appllcnnta to ucrjulrc and hold
any such lands whether granted bythe
—own or not, upon such terms and con-
Itlohs as shall wem Just.
Dated nt New Westminster tlie _!5th day
jstVovam ber, 188(1.
;atopUJ^,4«cO0M>) :.,:■
Solicitors for Apptlcnnta.
d-d Cite
after mm-
1'ofsoiis who suffer from Indigestion
cnll nrrost the progress df -thntr pslnful
nuilHily by the use of nn nfteMbraer
pill, so comijoicil that It will give tone
to tho Ktomath, itfovent licurtburu, rouse
tbe liver to healthful irctlou, invigorste
the klilnejs.imd thus, tlirongli the setlvBy
of these organs.,- promote tho. natural
icnt of the .toinacli nnd bowels.
._ 's Tills ore so i:oinM\*ililM that
bell1 nctlon, though mild, effliSlllilB prff-
duceB the ahove l'esultn. TheV also, ln
curing ansMpatlon, remiMo thecsuse of
-^T-.hm'ffiS.teftffiy'oiwSSffi
allmcnts.
ayer's pnia
contain no mtnersl nor poisonous r substance, ami do not gripe unless the
bow*ls are Irritated, and even then their
Influence Is hcallnir. To continue their
elTectln comtipntcd or chronic cases, tbey'
need only lie takdHu rllmlii_iblnK*iBlciid
of Increasing doses. For sesmen, snd Inhabitants or travelers In sparsely settled
countries where physicians are not at
hand) their 0 of Inestimable value.
Thero is Hardly a frlcln.ns Ojey win not
alleviate, mill In most eases cjiwt If taken
.   ........ To jouuk girls Just entering
upon wnmsnhood, anil to woiUn whose
wpiiy-
-^on worn——, „ „„—	
period ot nrntefnlty Is drawing tb a close,
Ayer's Fills, In moderate, Wss;, merely
snBolent to ensure regular action of the
*owels,*lil6ofoiinilof    /~T
:^w_m^^
Dr. J. 0. Afbt -ft Co., Lowell, HMl.
The Club meets every alternate Tuesday
nnd promises to be a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to jolu nre requested to hand In their naines as soon as possible either to Mr. M. WOODH, Sec: Mr.
A. It. GREEN; or Mr. GAKIOCH, I-i-ea.;
from whom full particulars' oan be ob-
{Wr-'fifjjkli GhWch-
DEDICATION
 0K^- '
Lord's Day, Dec 12.
SKRM0N8 mt mt*. T. 1. Bauer! nlll
a. m.i lev. W.Barss.M., A., at TM
p. rn.; Kcv. A, B. Bank., at 71>. ro.  .
ON-—
TICKETS, (or Concert; Olio Vcilhit each.
-.1 Jy U fi."! tlAiUtM>
1
Canada Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY.
(J   -  " v___'
imj I
Capital & Funds, • S8,000.000
Annual Income, • $1,400,000
THE UNDEHsftiNliiirH'AvWa tnt.it
appointed Agent lor.the nbove Com-
pttuy Is now prepared lo receive upplicn-
|i])fln,   ■■■ n ts a r; f a | f_;..;
The sliindlnir rtnil 'linslnoes of this Company iiffords to thoso Insured therein
■ «   Absolute Security,
Combined with the Lowest Bates aad
ntNesI Dividends possible.
HENRY V. EDMONDS, ,
d-dc3ml AOBiri.
V  is.-basSKSK
tile
•  .     tlT'l'ii (i I    7iij.f.-i'H
Cnpltnl, 13,000,0(10;   Losses
saw f«ia.)-m(»*,Moiif!i i
-■''- oh   03—fi-rUiil'i'KI
I>itn_.IIah«d «,km>
",:    )*ri'.Wi-<44f; -^iifJiil
Company doing Business
in -Sritlsh Columbia.
i  IT Bisks promptly taken, and Uises
satisfactorily ailjtistcil.
$TM*EMWWf'' '
'm£____M&!i$Ml
l!
-^iiilitiua   3fiu)E
the East.
.mmz j ri
JUBT/ABIUVED:
MMil
THK*FIRST INSTALMENT OF MR.
McPhaden'i piirclmsei lu the Kast
hns Just arrivod. This ahimnont haa
been hurried Uirtiugh specially fur tlm
" UlQUffi"1---'' ' '--'-
has just arrivod. This ahipmont has
been hurried fhrtiugh specially fur tlm
ChrlHtmns and holiday trade, nuilcmislits
of choice and well ..elected Goods, suit-
ftWefor thU sea*ion of the year.
Heavy Invoices and iiMln of hnl In if are
Jwatlo hanrt .Hrcirt fmm iVi aim fact iiren-,
reflnera and pacKora of 'flood/-, now in
transit tiertem tile t-bntlnoift, mid whon
tills lot arrives Mcl.hadcn will cai-ry the
bqifc^sHnrlmi'iit of ■,';
Staple Jisid Innty
"™|j   GVjB_t-V_—fOT/I
tn .the Province, aiul sell at prices
neverbofor'.-touched hi nrliNli(*cilu|iibia,
■poalil'1  tioalOil.
A car load of Om faihon* high leal Kuow
Drpja<-dal"*U  tllh-et  frc-m .Ovfrlnud,
AJMMexpectpd.dally.j*     ti,,.].     ,, ,,'.'
SUGAR, SUGAR.
|A car lo«d dtfcctjirom refinery of Su-
twrs. Hyrup* apd oiolassos] oxpt'clcd on
Jhe^h.'._
Jutl arrived direct from Yokohama, ex
"City of Peklh," a tine 11 ml of .Tnpan, Knglish nreakfuwt, V-ouiig Hymn, Otilunv nad
Gunpowder Teas. ...   .
■arCall and examine our (J<H«is lic/oro
purclinnliiByjpurCUristiiuiHHupplioi.,
D. McPHADEN,
Importer, Wholesale A He!nil Grocer.
NEW WESTMINBTEH, B, tt     ddcltc
'fJlotjie^JFou^.
ot'cidi-^?  '    I1--"■**-  •'
of tlio I'ol lee, illfuiikBl loJhn ve iiileti
litoTon.  Tlio oivnirr iraii   hnve  tliem by
tt,W	
pithtn one thon
A^phyfixpcnfip.1
rnonihfroni iJW'wIll li-'»0lil
»i.«d <it.inOr.ml
hoafimi
msmtmmmsmamm
■»t^THAT«:S«r
^fYAIMT.
llewlaif
$1.25 -0F*tK- $1^5
DISTRICT OF
Price, $&£&
Tliis Map has been produced nt
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most iinpoi'tant
district in tlllSIMvl**.^ «UJ
>   Tlie new Map shows the latest
surveys, tlie latest ironpX the line of
L rf;, r   I    r*^ j j T l' ■ - ' Jj
the 0. P. U. and ejcferisloiiBj j | j'
uBUYACOPY.
.,'_j_U_ir!C".iKoa '■IC
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS. ,
Heal Estate, liisuriince and
""  financial Agenls,
new win^pj-:!!!
FOR « At Ei-'AT .' li
|iR. -Pearson k-Qth-
i_W WESTMINStflt HMD niHMlH».!'
)ifl     "
DE1LRR _. IMPOR'I'KI. IN
VIJI
U
1.
!'CIJ0tlCHI^TOFfl
i.di
i.'      H31
Just Keceived by G. P. R.,
m MEAT1HG STOVES!
'ii
OP EVERY bfiSORIPTION.
JTThestWSWoW^ ^rgre selected by Mr. E.
ffoih the
; Hamilton,
that they
^an't be beaten in qii&li^y p*c .cheapness.
jlfjpw &s the Stove s6^son ;i_3 -j^awin^ toJa,
close, and as we;dph^t"jntend to carry any
Heating Stoves over* till ne^sc-asdtt, we
are offering these Stoves at PRICES iNEVER ,ffEW^ OF  BEFORE  wMlS
(jlTt^M«.,MeM ittole stoek musi be
atbsed ottitiwithotft^lay, it will be to your
iiltei^8t to cdifligRe'&rlf Inand, secure JJAR-
Hill tHfV.MT'I't'
We alseeafiy the largest and best se-
tepted stock of Codking Stoves, Ranges,
Tinware, Brass Goods, Iron Pipe add Fittings in British-JDolumbia, and our' 'Goods
arel8i^KI8pc^iH4l wAl.Ldei;y,fto.nipe,:
tijijon.   ■ iJ-aajiTf ' ■■:,■ ■■«>• -,..';.'■:, ;.... ,'::,■;, ,'J
! TinsWiWiri^,' PMmbiiig and Steam and
Gas-Fittill|! dbne"%.■ ffi«t-class Mechanics.
All W6fk^Ha^i^e.e,d!t(t0
.W*e>»keep^'>fefge> ''tfiftoftitiefl't' of' 0AS
and CHANDELIERS.
vJ.rJ
:i
djuinfBpjfr
MM
!., New'WiSstiriins^-ilfi )&. C.
-GI_i<0B6ooWOUSEl
'l i.!.l-i'IVl.'J'-i Ji-! .. 11 r
=a=
,>IJ'!"I. IJ'1'l..'lf*/
CJfflSfilSEIflEio
■."A
!..oid
. '[(Iiliill shsilesond; insU'rial of »UK8S>
GOODS, iiwlndfaig ehshraems, Merinos,
Silks, Sstins;' Btublc anil Moral- Velveteens and Plushes.''COTTONS(Ucaclieil
and unMoaoh-dy.' iLTOIttiiS, #T-
TONS, HOLLANDS, fto. Orav. White,
.Scarlet und G«kej_jJr-l^i^JNJ"^sr IA-
DIES GL8^'*W*Mv,i,'moli-Sil^I,
and Kid. Ladies Merino ami Lsmb
Affool  Vests.    JKRSfeVS,1 all   jirioes.
i. ij. >,.-.
ITI.
nery, Dress Coods,■Oq-ty^ftagt-
JWamdVW^*' Flannels- -
li Jl'lU  "r'MJl.UIIJ.IIl
"Sf.t'-si... •  -?,-ijji-.-i rrjin
•»'»   .litiill'lirll
The Millinery is tlie finest and largest Stookon tlie Muinland. i No
need to go to Victoria. '>!l*,
I oi- .v^(^H'^HHfffiral■flRrtf•!•-S,l-JflTO,' "__f__\ i_^_MKSuf' . ■
. We enll attention tn the famous   BJwilBiWpffl! WW1'*!
hnve'nt varioii3 prices -37Jc„ 80c, 62"jc. anoYOc; tsann'dl lie"sp?irwBjr
min   and oVoii-thougli soiikiid in- sea *v»ter or hoiled in soda, will still
retain the OBIGlNA'__(.OLOB-.ri -.|    U ,2fiO*.3¥8U2   AHA,
■^ Tlii^ENtel.fii'AU'bfKK^ _
CCS, SKlrtS, 80CkS. &C. and a new and '.asli
Men's Hats, Ac
COS, iOhtris', fqftkf*^JJ.,,Mj. n"»'»n^^a8^l.ffile''Sfff ol
Men's ttothiiig!
; jfjjf Quality, Style. Mt'runl Price,
can't lie timclicd.--. .^mm,*-^ ,...»
I'ummWfflr*
Inever/'MM^'t^.JlJifflW
Wool Uiulerwsar, White Hhirli., Cuff.,;
Collii'd, Gloves, Bracej, Carrlignn .lueli-
ets, fee. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash,
mere', Lambs fi,*.} ml KKIt HOpK!*, iu
gi-est'vnilety'.        ' '
Also, lIATS-u.i (JAl'i.'flUi'.'aiul,
Gents'   BUBtlRK GOIIDSv olt'j i«M
BRELLAS. 	
Ciirjieta, KugH, . Window,-Knks" villi
Kings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Gi'cc|i:ftiii];Slji'llied)', 'I^fijia'slt liiid
Cirstwines, rShcetiiiaa, Towel,, White
Cbllliteruahes, Bleuelled aud UiiUi-aelieil
Talde Linens, NapUini, 'lVkings; Blrink-
ets and Ardtte-down-QniW, "VMiU-OKitlla.
Kverytlring louiirl In n'fli's'raUtiH Esfnli-
li^lnnciit, and none Imt the l|r^,.L'ii|nivd.
(lodrls, I'Vuiti,'Mints and Veu«_lilii_.   -
I il.ii'l otter I'll, mi iiniiiis. -I iliin-i liny
llleuiril- lil-l'll lllr'lll, lull r'lflVi'. .'riff lhe
-best *|inl at Ilie Inue.l iirici- llieyirrui lie
Mhl lit, nml jr„n ml Whnt VW »»#ri«rlll.
ilni'Mlii '  '" '
iltic-Sitf.i,,,,,.!   ,,.,Sh|ii-ia l   .r'iRlll   ,'lliii,
I tf '    -nlrmr.   .'ilil-ml   -jiiI.1. IV.Ioili!"
luil-v-iiuim'
, : i.'H -:i'."JKU__t_C_sfJi.6M_il.,
I.I.J03
.TSSJ.T3   Arl.WUJO.'l--
T\\y, UNPERiJIGNED HAS
-^ainil ,9,1bJ83 \&fi
8*
WORTH OF STOCK
 S-TO BE SOLD-
.'*)  H .H'A'JUtf')'/
AtCdstandBeldw!
■■"v6i THE NEXT !MNET)9_*©-j_|.S   0 M A
Lm-i 1808ni8u8 In isnsrtO     .e«u-i.»_«i .-.rv.rs-.-i
dinm Roots, $6.5<V. Mold for -?r>.00.    	
"'   liiuslly low (Alei's on nil other RuWierGo-jIs.   These (Jwd» are.^l.A'-i.ei'iean
s»I*3flSr^,jSH^^f'fBl''^s?-i.»*""m«Ati"-ViItM> I
Wen*i; Bwotsi' t4*M': Wl I* WjSPiiBi^ !!■'v
Lmlles'In iuh Kids. 80, sell for §4.50
Tliehe(loiil»niiistli_*il_ij»r*<!*:iil^;ii!la!j| tho noxt,,1 months.   II yon want any.
thing in iny line calloaily niid get your enolce; and you will Inake liy sooWng.
I l_^j-iooj:t»i9ivl: S*a***sii"«il>*. Ctjlp-v"**. "Ii'-l
['\:j.:,,\):J::.;^m '«0M8SEAi_fc
£*on OASH OStlr.    ' rlrmluml.
URT HOUIE,
TS PltF.l'AKKD   TO   FUBNISH   ALL
1  kinds omwaMuiai w.rk.
Speelaltles in Scotch Granite and Italian
Marble.
Rough und Kino Stone (or Bnlldtuip. [(i ,
Agent for Heller's Oraaniealal Plasler
JVtmmm* — :. ■  *&__jurmMirjst «*
Designs seen at Dempster's Shoe Btore.
P. j>{ Box 185, New *j*ffll-jj|*e)) jl?||l7lr j; J;Q'
,, TAILORINU
EMPORIUM
ColumMii St., »ew WeitMlnil-rf.
"( ■   ' ■.--rUr-'   'I-     :V h
HAVING *U8TRk6_5I VBDOUll NEW
Fall nml Winter Hlock, we Invlle inspection' of the finest selection of,
Eagllsk, Beolek, lirraian, rraack,
aad American
SUITINGS \*8m
BrelP slmwu In New Westminster.   For ,
K GOOD FIT and artlst'c style, we defy
competition.
' dnosoto
THOS. WALSH.
GUNS, MfJM;
Of All Uescrlptloaa,
POWDER ANO SHOT
fl       ' ' ,   '   '»   Ji   ■ (lALli-KtJiDfll.'ji
CARTRIDBIS, SHELLS am.
:.i,,; R|i_oi(«ii:i[aM.s;;
SPECIAL '■■■ PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
tm- AU mil order. "Ill beiseat imtha„
We are prippred lo 4.all kind, i.f Una,
Work aad n«>IM«« In Ike mrrh.nli nl u J
line. Allw.rk.«uiraateed. (iaiisltuuz::.,
ale or lireeeh-liniillniil I.i let lijf Hie ilny nr''
week.  Aho, Hwt» ftrlilis-.     '    Ja^'llll
*Op8|'^i|i.lJi0f^^O';i)%^'|T^;';
,i'    < NEW   WESTMINSTER.
The S.\t timu Sl.lv. <j
u.ii
' .-ti
I-]
■ UK,,
Sll
& CURRIE
a;',;j^Aia|_fii«i*ii^i*ttf'' /" -f.'',
■titbit*     OS   IJtJ-J.-jr|   ial     (lun    .fjillj    VllqiW.lllllh
Farm Wagons, new ;,.»"j* ■- m
m     Lailin'ii l" .lioBiBJil Wu ".vllsuoi
Express Wagons,v,,._i
vemety.'Magt^,^.:^ ?oi
tap !„„..•_....   Carrlafe'esj*™*
TOP BUggldS,  .   .Avium   -wii vJ,
!"";Qt)ieWfliBi_tt!:l_._'fe-;1? '"'■'
. I.inj**!** -.ifivriiri«WlM?(Wlnr'*- lo
6tODS,    v'""-"-*-- '"'' .'■■''"iii'-'1 So
) I,nr1,r
e^l nlu-h
ifi'inl mn. ir
1 so'/.
AND ,B.Vd-RVTHIMQ, IM,j ,T|*,K.
• VMtdil tiii f';;.
.!.W« havu a large stock of   most uf     r.,1;
the ahove articles on hand, also a |aiuo.,
stock of :Wrigoii' /ind' C'liri-liige Materiirl,
Wheels, Wead'iiiill HaM-tartf,'!'  W"1
'■rK«|i»lill*iji,':i'*i)nriiii*;,_i,'T.lnl-«lHlf',''i'1'''.',
donout rt«*finaM-'iirW,l''l','i •'■•> MmTjilriBJid
"«.»W?.'lWll.l .,!..l«;._ llll..,.vr,|IJ .. lij
imatcs glvcil mn Noli work, and i ill
Contracts,mien, .Agiicnltiu-al Iimile- , {
Msnts made aiid repaired, and all Itiiiiln ,. '
# Ironwdrk' for1 SUr Mills, I-isillrg' ', I J
Camps an* Farrtiera.';koiit in sw«i*_ji3''!"'"" i
made to order, .      1..J j. .,■.*/   v-.iT       -rvu.   ,.'
tf6f_.e-8lior.fn*-. anil itoia-rui
,-,.   :j"V-'*,MW',V'i5',I'
We also keop 111, stock tq stipply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chiiiiu, Ciiinbetlsud
'Coal, Hoi*»l and O-'SliOes, 'Hai'rowH'' '""'"
Iron and Stool Harrow Teeth, Garriasiei ">'!;
Springs and A»le_,,niul,a eoisplete s|(A,„rr.i i„',i
.01: Carriage Hardware,.        -  .
Ul.ill'y
'hWHon-l'liWiuW Wm.-U VfutoH__*t.-   '.l!'"
get *hnt f*eJwsiit,f6rJt*ieyiean;ge»a I.n '
superior nrticlo al a' resaonahl. prico. . frfl
l",rc-      lil    i,',|  i itfiiihi '.J -„ii   ■i-.nivi.o.
.. Siti'iliSra TOu.W&m«S.-» ui.-. niu
the celehratod    . ;' ,    .        ,.
SSIil 111   -.0  /rirlJ'llir'lrlO nrll at   ^'I'llla
VICTOR BAT.WHM WM-I,, J
At ndund pHdSs. tt Is tin imt,nets
chtspest Pims in tho mark*    ■<■> inU"    .in
" •rrVeha.es^lliil'Msi'^d'Ifiii^ti'lj*';1'-'" "j
had In th. eonawy, .nd we imptrl nesHy '. ■
slltk* stpekw.useIrawtlu.ast-r_sis»..     .Iii
tlinongo.  All mntwlnlund wnrk l**-mif
tlie ijiioit will hu>i'nafaiiWtHl to b«Jaiifcwt     li  •
ArMbi *■ m$B,T ;;:V,
dwnMml REID ft OURRIE.  '" HE DAILY COLUMBI
Iiitiik Ciuittiu Iwtiiiiiiy ■«* FmniM Co.
At the Company'!r Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia at,
CoMMmsjEliscTioK.—We are kuthor*
Ji„s|*to sttrto tlm.Mr. Donald Chishi.m
is in tlio field us a candidate fm* the
seat iu the House uf Cuimutiiis rendered vacant by tlio deiltli of oui
late laidehtjjl rejwseiif**1-*
ma, ''   „' Iv,
Delivered In tho City dally..
Hailed dally, one year...
Hailed dally.r	
25c. per week
,„ H0.00
•Tf«Ml««l Advert l«w«ti.-PlwtlnBer-
.ton.lO cts. per line «i!M nonpareil; ench
. ubsequent consecu tl vc Insertion, 2 ets. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
Uy, 10 ota.. per line eneli Insertion.
\Sm\KWm^X.
aperraonth: J Ins.Hi V,col.uso; Y, col.
B.f'l 1 col. lit. II Inserted (or less tlian JI
mos. 10 per cent, will be added,
•aerial tMlim nmong. reading rnatier,
10 cts. per line each Insertion. Hpeclals
jailing attention to advertisements, lOcts.
Births', Marriage, nml Iieatha, JI for eaeh
nsortloni Fniteral' NWtlifts InMnneotlott
villi dentlis, 50 ets. each Inaertlon,
Aarlloa Mm, when.displayed,chnrged
:.1 per cent, less tnnn Imnslont ndvls, II
olid, olio mod at regular transient rates,
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIA
' Inne* every WmImmIw Mania*
psfaMK
lellvert'illnthnCUy,
"iijjeij, ner year f-
f nile.1,0 months. ■*
WHKIV ADVUTIIINO MTIS.
luxer-
; Kiib-
Inch,
luent Insertions, 5 cts. per line.
I ItMdlM AdverttHMBHtA.—For 1 iimt..,
^™MkW±!»j°'ffiiny^
ess than _.
o these rates.
L'Bpeolal notices nmdng reading matter,
[ots.]     "
per line each insertion.
i Cats mustbenll metaLfnil A
.n eitra rote will besiiigsd
nserted In either Issue (or less
on 11.
cuts
utvt.
aUj-^jKh Columbian
Ta-sday Evealan, Hwember ., ism.
tWt't*
Messrs. McLean ai
erday nominated for the Vancouver
auyoralty. .    . ..
Just received mB^MSrh
tore, a fine assortment of Children s
Jhairs, &o. <lo»»l
For SaJ»-t-Hotel .Jping,*.'|jood paying
ruslness**4*3p. »<*l*-|lyJ* at Woods,
'urner ft Gamble. iyl«o
The Toronto T_l«j*«ttii says a Isige
ruantity of military stores have been
hipped to British Oolumbia from
Kingston.     . jrjijt no ;i .nli' kuKIK.
Attention is enlled to the adrertise-
nent in snothrt-column, relsting to
he Canada Prttbyterian snd Jhmf
Sroadian.    "' }  ".'J"'* '   '"
N. P. Stramberg, ti
or   of Pianos   and
uamnteed.   Leave orders at T. E.
•earson & Co's.     - - dno24to
A fire occurred in Nanaimo on Sun-
ay night entirely destroying the store
f Geo. Milne.' Loss about $1,000,
rjverod by insurance.
With p
r Fell M_i1,(_ll_*n"ttt'J_-'ii.
l restrain Sullinin from giving a slog
ing exhibition in Viotoria.
It is stated that ttie Right Rev.
lishop Sillitoe, o(.-^(cito,;ii(>Wv-iiia[
isit to England.'i-U'-tah-*l«WeaS_
'ellow of theUnyal Coloninl, Institute.
Before deciding on the plan of your
ew house look over the latest architec-
iral designs st Mr. Hill's oKloe, MoKen-
,e st.', snd combine economy with utility
nd bealjty.       _ _ _       dw-sel3to
In ail
nods
rlogouals, Weat of England Broadcloths
ad frenoh Casslmsres. — Walsh's
AlLORlNn Emporium. dnoSOto
n a bowd bi.UrilllllWJiHI V
iotoris holds, by describing himself
5_fl»BI«**h
Mr.
woo2Btc'
PwwiYTEtHr Of British,' Colombia.—A special meeting of the Presbytery of British Colnmbia was held
on Monday in St. Andrews church in
thia oity, the Moderator, the Rev.
Mr. Jamieson, presiding. .Thp nsme
of the Kov. Alex. Tsit, who has heen
.Jtaninled to the charge of the Lang-
"yVMsple Blflg. .Ml Mud. B»> U-
iiregatiiws,'WaWiIito tb* -Pre-by-
tery roll. The . .call,. to Sj>* • Rey.
Themes Scoiilcr, Erskine chiiroh.Ham-
iltnn, Ont., to tbe pastoral charge of
St. Andrews church tliis city, was
sustained and forwarded to the Presbytery of Hamilton. Accompanying
the call is a guarantee from ■ the congregation of n salary of 91000 per an-
~~ and a free manse. Arrange-
web'made for the induction of
Mr. Scouler in the event of his accepting the call, as follows!' The Moderator to preside; the Rev. A. Tall to
preach the sermon; and the Rev. D.
Fraser, Vicjqng, and the Rev, T. (!.
Thomson, Vancouver, to addreu the
pastor ana the people upon Iheir respective duties.   '
occurring for years took place Hit
night at the residence of Mr. Fred
Taylor, corner Missouri end Kansas
streets. The coMrtffi-lg parties'*,!*
Mr. Qeoi*ffi,*W. fftm, W.'* Virginia,
and M"- Luoj tott, vf flew West-
minster, British Columbia. Rev. J.
Soroggiiis oflTcltted on "this happy occasion, performing tlie ceremony in a
,etf: impressive manner, The; little
son and daughter of the bride stood up
with their' rtotlier, while Mr. H; T.
Griffith, a best man, represented the
groom. The part taken by the children added greatly to> the iinpres.ivc
ness of the occssiou. The bride was
must elegantly attired in rich lilac Lyons silk, trimmed* with Valenciennes
lace of cosily texture, tbe whole, (orn*-
nrae of wailed elexanoe and
' * ■" '•'rcRbtitlie inimtt-TUsr;
grace oQh-.^i^./wlil.s Waatt ma
complimented "by and complimenting
tn her exquisite appearance on this oc-
oasn.n. . The groom wore simply a becoming cuuntananaa aud joyous look in
addition to the costume de rigour wore
on such occasions.J After the performance of the ceremony adjournment unmade to' the dining room, where' an
elegant iptead awaited discu-siou. It
is needless t-i say that the good things
provided weni dispatched with - great,
guato by guests, snd well-wishings to
the hnppy couple were made over bumpers of sparkling wine. Among lhe
iuHled. guesls we soticed Mr. G. F.
Piorce, of ''Wei. Virginia, bridhur of.
the groom ; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mo*
Niel, of Tucson, Ariz-nn, Mrs. Matlie
8ander.9198 li-tj^bftM "Ms*
iif||tfie grilnin. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce
'Isftlthia nioiiiJitg fnr'tbo oust, to nail
the hoiiftnA.uidl'Mst-yirfinM./iVIir
best wiUixs of melMr-fiijstibtitiU-
low tliem. The Inter-Rebtlblics begs
leave to r.ldn. thkl.ka to Ml. snd Mb.
'Fred. Taylor for many oourtssies and
kindnesses most highly .ppreoiaUd
bo irin.t carcfull;
Itauj'inj
mmemmemmmmmm
sstislied with the bond as proposed ?
If so the company is prepared to execute it." To which his worship replied: "Our solicitors adviso: that the
bond .as already itettlcd shuuld not bo
changed until the legal questions as to
'the powers of the company are settled,
but have no objection to company's
bond afterwards."   Report adopted.
Coun. Shiles reported that in the
opinion of the police committee no
overcoats were necessary for the policemen.   Reported adopted.
His worship reported that the city
had on hand over (9000, receipts from
land sales, which could easily be increased to 10,000. He recommended
thit' the. finance committee he empowered to purchase city debentures to
this extent at mice. On motion the
finance committee were authorized to
make the purchase.
, Coun. Elliott reported that tlie
Royal City mills offered to fill up the
area at the foot of Columbia street for
$260 which he thought was rather too
much.   Report adopted.
Bills and accounts were received aa
follows; Dr., W. A. DeWolf Smith,
«2B; W. __. Fnlcs, 84; Tl J. Trapp,
♦4; Jns. Cunningham, 1.(1.12; Mainland Oiianfiait, 172.40; F. Forrest
980; W. Dicker, «37; New Wcstiiiin-
ster Gas Company, $72.70.
:^i asNEiUL nusiHisss.  ,
The municipal election by-lnw was
considered in committee.
I Mr. Jas. Robinson was nppoined returning officer. By-lnw reported from
oommittee complete with amendments.
Read a third time und passed,
Coun. Shiles moved tliat the returning officer bo requested to take precautions to prevent yotera from casting their totes for mayor in more than
one ward1, The inotion was endorsed
-by tho whole council and passed
On motion . Mr. Robinson was appointed to nBsist Mr. Alport in finishing the municipal accounts up the end
of the year.
, Council adjourned till 7:80 oii Monday evening next.
Mr. T. C. Berchard, publie seliool
teacher, Norland, writes: "During tho
fall of 18811 was much troubled' with
Biliousness .and Dyspepsls, and part of
the time was unabl. to attend to th.
duties of my profession.   Northrop &'
turn's Vegetable Discovery and Dys-
r.10 Cure was recommended to me,
I have nuch pleasure In stating that
is entirely cured by using one bottle.
I bave not bad an attack.of my old complaint since,' and have gained fifteen
pounds In weight." ,
'"ft..*
ifully charUiiod.—
Inter-ItepulAie,.   ■■
It may not be generally known that
ev. A!e*.ndS Dunn; forfiierly of
ingleT,'hs-k ntwabi.lifen rtU*. east
id is now engaged in missionary work
: Alberni, Vanoouvor Island.
The Nanaimo jFVe« Prat says': At a
eeting held nn Ti^yjKniiig, in
ie Council ChamW. s, the *jrellmlnary
eps were tikeu towsrds the fnrmstion
' a brsntk ^tJwil^igjIftn'aflh-ibJ^.Lsrtper's Landing to-day,
Assist.-Si
Mood;
•Pi
sn Association, in this oity.
The Cj)0*edj» Aif.,.:',.Ij>|ii
is been enack _ ,.....—.—,....—......— „—
few  nights ago solnaMijU»n_*«_lfl 10„lne ,„ tlsta coast as wss expected.
,»]
re stable of the Rer. Mr, Christie,
re Presbyterian iniuisteiJat that place;
id painted his horse a bright red.
How often do-** htaitf the-bailden
tai termination of  a can of croup,
ral I Be wise in time and keep a bot-
> of It on hand, ready for instant use.
Ollicer MoBrooni returned frum the
orth Arth this evthlng"iKIli Ust'
linamen who assaulted and beat Mr.
enry.W*a-(.*(,|evW!..*liat he is
nfined to his bed from the injuries,
le affair is not so serious, ns at first I ,
ported. fll'HTn fl.!
The ladies,of the W.C.T.U. will
eet at tttf A>_llleirtiiilllJ#.,ai__.1 Cun-
ngliani, Agnes St., at 8 o'clock to-    _ _......,.. .	
TI.tell^.^f-TS.^. O* OM* »nd Shiles.
j- monthly business meeting, nnd it
desira"
tends)
de,i^!W;,*e'w**w^ a'""
denniues hvaiib, and tne constitution'
vigor will retur . Tluwe who sntler
mi an enfeebletl aiul iHwnleied state
the system, stioiild Uike Ayor'i Snr«a*
rilk toclennie the blood, ami restore
jiity.        -:-jJ.ii*'-t3.T«.llA.--.
It is snid thnt if  Andiow. J[ackiim
ard h imil* Mim- in I
iuh! get ii|) aud tee t
ihititi.    Wu kimw h miiii .right here
New Vrn»tluiiiitVr'wm/lraiiyreiider-
intMii tlmt if lie hearn a kitten, uwn
Hi a gun. ■;-
ummmmmt inliiM nh^iswi tli
KsroHE TlutiBMit'"-Gha»llB S*u*_,
ipaniard, was brought befirre Capt.
ttendrigh and P. McTiBrnau, J.
',, thia morning, charged with sup-
dug "KlW"W "«B-iyi"ilii"I*i'dla«.
'. Lwary aprMNdliur the ..iWelid.
1. The Indian swore Hint he had
•ived the liquor fmm the accu.ed',
t this was contiadictcd by others
om he bad told that he receded it
m  a. (fl|tes*n.T/!mi*»!*W-*(««l  ir
ni«pffw'''»sr,fir.t
i°l""Wtll-
TSKi « ilVfll ■■'.■V'.'i
Dec. 7.—The following
■_..._..' ._,.    -..__'...iijB
TOiv«(i,, Doc.   7,—The1 follow
pssseh^jft,, ;_*m - ,tAk;;:j>iaM''
the  Pacific express -to-dayj, and
due  st, New,. Westmlnslershd'f
are
  ;•*.)«'
Moody 'tii-morrow: 0.' H.r Segar,',*!';
HSHngsliead,  H.   IWcUiortlv Mrti:
.Wsst ami qHIld, H. F. Morace, J.
■j i.n-BSaweU, C. 0. Edward.,
■end), E...J. Clark.
Rev. J. A. Woods came  up from
iled.i^o
idrC'it
Rev.
ing to
Island.. IVUUl   Jill,
We are sorry lo learn that Mr. A-J.
Alport, Oity Clerk, Was so unwell as to
MMikble to attend as ususl to his of-
SW duBesryisiMrday; O* _ctp«iu ef
the oonstant increase of municipal business Mr. Alport haa beeu very muoh
pressed with work of We, tnd will
'itless return to his wonted .cirudi-
after s short rest.
Hhe regular weekly meeting of the
the absence
olerk, the1"
meeting wel
soli and were ado]
.no! I jJ-W"
Fronr
a duplical
having I.
From
newalii
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press HespalelM'S. r
Sui Francisco, Dec. 7-—One tliou
mind dolhirs lewsrtl (has lieen offerod
by Johii'T. Hill, one of the creditors
of Uie id»condl% stook broker liaU-
{-iOiJGaiUittr, for the liitt^i's arrest
Pirr_#j_gi,!i Diic.:,7.-iJA ajidi-ii! uSd;;
heimr decline ill -oil tu-doj causeit- a
*JBil|c at the exohange and tlio dumping of a huge lot of certificates on tlio
market.. Thy, session oupuod weak,
feeling bearish, field iiewa h»\iign de-
prewiing influence. The firat sale was
made at 80 and n gradual decline to
77 followed.' Prices theu remained
without material changu until shortly
before noon when the bears made a
terrific onslaught oii the market and
caused a drop ill a very few minutes to
1S_ oents and n half below the open-
figure. ; A scene nf the wildest excitement ensued. Holders of Long oil did
evetjthing jn their power ts stain the
: current, but without Avail, and becoin
ihg punn strioken conuaeuced unloading at 71J. The decline was checked
and, with a strong effort the market
rallied to 73jJ. ] At 1 o'clook only one
failure occurred hero, that of t, M.
es,-one of-tho leading brokora,. who
unableto meet his contnets. '■
Sr. Louis, Pec. 7.—A mi.cinl.iimi
lil Paso, Texas, re)Hirts an outrage on
Ainorican ci*iailia iit Chihunhua, Mexico, where three, men were arrested on.
fhe charge that they were revolutiou-
htsnnd'vere: tnkeil Wore a.mngis
Rate. . There being no ground for the
charge they were liberated but Were
«Ue to |>ay the costs of the court :.:.
'jjniiiBi_tiffi|t6ri_B, Dec;. 1. —tlw
Porte  has advised the Bulgarian re-
fency lli, accept Priiice Nicholas of
lingrella aa successor to Prince Alexander, Tho reason givon is thut his
clurtion,ia_tkeoulyiiituiisuf |«afyjnj
tho B|1gkri«ns. Tlif l*6rtu ndisitt
thnt the regeiicy liiust' inaiut.-iih order-
but it adds so long as an opposito element exists which regards the country's interests from different points of
" th***H*]j*..|'irtB eylMlnlltie-s*
.i^U>sWiF- ;»■-**** '"*'■
known tBM inHHir sctmnitr Is imported sunk threo'miles east of Lri
eastei^i companies. -The entire inorn-
ing lint showed' great strength. 'Sip
tro tunnel was a feature and ndv.iucod
tii lil, tho highest prices reached in
yeiirs. ,;
AijLANjnrr Cm, N. J„ Dec. 7. An.
unkniiwii sulusinci' is mtliore on the
bench hei*. Thd. sea is very heavy
and attempts to rescue, tlie crew of the
vessel have failed.
; Dubuk, Doc. 7.*-'The Ulster loyalist
anti-repeal union has sent to the Marquis of Londonderry, Cord Lieut, a
set of resolutions expressing dissatisfaction with the weakness of the Irish
executive in dealing with default and
the shameless conspiracy to defraud
one class of -the Irish people and to
demomline another and assuring the
government of the union's cordial support' in nnv attempt to crush the conspiracy.: ■•';'*'J '     .   j,
W.wHiNntos, Dec. 7.—The President is somewhat improved iu health
to-day nud is nble to preside at a regulur cabinet meeting. -,:...'
In the senate Daws has offerod the
following resnlutioh which Was laid'
over and ordered printed: Resolved
that the committee of. finance be instructed to enquire und roport us soon
ns practicable wluit.specifi-fl reduction
can be made iii custom duties and internal taxes, which will in their judgment reduce'thu receipts of necessary
and eoohoiiiical expoiHlltures of the
government without impairing tlie
prosperity nnd development of home
industries 'o^ the compensation of
labor.
: Iri the house, Herman, Oregon, offered a resolution calliug on tho secretary of war for information as to! delay'
in resuming active operations for the
improvement of Columbia river.
Mr. Moody lius met unexpected
success in-his Howard Colloge revival.
Heretofore revivals of interest in football, etc., have beon the rule;
j »H?**r* ■j-'-:-'-■■
Have you tried Holloway's Corn Cure?
It has no equal for removing these troublesome excrescenses, as many have testified who have tried It.
Uso the safe, pleasant; aud effectual
worm killer, Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator; nothing equals it. Procure
a'bottlo and take it home. '
r af AIIKlKU.
PIERCE-SCOTT. At the resiilcnoo ol
Mr. Freil. Taylor, El Puso, Texas, on tike
mtli November, ny lhe Hev. J. n. Serojr-
gins. (Ii'orue W. Pierce, ol West Virginia, to Mm. Lucy Siiitt, fourth Uu'nkhfer
ol W. H. Edwards, of New Wetrtinluntcr,
'BiC. ,.
James j'Cslleii.Poors; Islaiid, ;N. P.,)
writes: '*I liavo beeu watching the pro-
fries, of I Dr. Thomas' I"clcctric Oil since
ts Introduction iotlds place, and' with
muoh pleasure state that my autloipa-
tions of its success havo been fully realized, it having cured me of broiichitta
snd Soreness of no-c; whilo not a few*iif
niy, 'rhematio neighbors' (one old ladi'in
particular) prsnonnce it to be the nest
article of its kind that has ever been
brought before the publio. Your medicine docs not require any ioiiger a sponsor, but if you wish m. to act a. suoh, I
shall be only too happy U'have my name
counecterl with you r prosperous chlia."
_i    -•       Vjatr- ,i
From Pole te Pi
mmf*ms?*m
JStt/ori.Jm, 1,188,
A Co—Twenty ynn si. _
was . b.rpocer In the North P,clflt, .1,™ fl»,
other, of tea crew snd nyi—t war. laid ap with
scuivt. Our bodies wan bluUed, rims swollrn
sad bfeedlet, teeth loos., purpl. Umekn all
over u., snd our breath seemod rotten. Take lt
by and to» wo were pretty badly off. All our
llme-'uice wu sccldentally (U-troyed, but tbo
captain bad . ceuplo doscn Mile, ol Aran's
SiasirAiuLLA sad gave usIM. W. recov.
end on It quicker tisn I hsn ner .Mu men
braushtsboutby sayotbtrtrestaMatlorBourv)-,
sndPvo.oena jood deslof II. SMlefso mon.
Uonln your Almsuscof your SsrupsrOI. belas
SMd for .ourvy, I Ibouiht yon ou,hl lo know of
Uil., snd m .oud you t«. feels. J
nesiurctftUly yoars,; Raim T. W-HAR.
Tho Trooper'* Cxpcrlwwe.
if<HKa,_liiliK«loi_i(«.^/rfco,)J(iirc»7,1,
Da. J. O. Ana*"
much ptessnr. to »—
Drysdale & Co.
Have now'in Stock a Complete /js^itmeht of
vest BuupUttla,
nen for orer two L.
but to lira In tenu. 	
■uob • timo brought on wl
lDUi.-	
Is called In this
iplrJCopti
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
la tbo only thoworiily efflntlTo blood-purlfler.
tbe only medicine tut eradicate! tbe pojfena of
BenAib, Ueroury,' and Contagtoui oitkt
Uomtbo syitem. '.
PMPAEID BT   .  ■       .
DnJ. O. Af« «t Co* X-tiwell.HftM.
•|oi
Into representative In the Commons will
soon Hnvo to hn  ele^tal, I hereby iui-
Bounce myantf n piunlldutc for the post-
on.
I purpose  publishing an address In
whioh I will nir- — ■-     '	
Important qiiestli
live my.vlews on the most
hlch I will ftlve
nporlHnt qiienMqutr affecting; your Interests, ami will villi: th¥ different settlements nml uddress the eleotors before
election dayt. -    in   -tr     ■■■■'...•,. Jf
tn PollUCH, roil t*Ml Hill beTIIOMHttll-
I.Y INDRPRNDRKT,
Yours respectfully,
dwociitc      " T.J. TIlAPP."
■'•» The Great Ftencli. Remedy, Dr.. Le-
Due's PeriotHcal iilk Tlitse rills lire
oompounded from tht puic-it drug?, mid
from those only which are known to att
upon the Qcnertttire Qnjaii.* in Females.
They art first enbloafiil in an air-tight
capsule, aud by thlli means made tore*
tola their full ttrangth for years In any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. HKRRisn A D. 8, CoKtm k Cat,
New Wcstmtustcr; T. McNeeley, ladner's Lttmling; H. McDowell * Co., Vancouver; Fimbnry & Co., Nanaimo; T.
Qiwiehan: W. E. McCartney A Bro.,
Vaneoureraiid K.mloon.; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; Tho Vancouver
Drug Co., VanooiiTSr; i j, B. Lovell, Valej
VfAt. Meuaw, Priest Valley: H. Clark
i Co., Kamloopsi Lamilsv A Co.,
Wltolesalc anents, Vk^oriu.    ilwseVWyl ;
■■imat^.1 iij—gaa
Whuk'siif(v(tj Market.
oity oounsjl, was *wld-last-nanjag. well Island, will) lior masU .standing
Preset.., hi wSdiip'MSy* AlMsJii, f*™ '«* «***»* tSuututsr. Tlici-.
in the chair, niid Cnuiu\. Bonson, St
inted
inginii!
jeivotl. !
flirTf,
rfl-onl
Leaso to
coiitlnfciua.
counuil tlint a linlf-jw's wet ou the
Doininion nkpve at'Saliperton (ieoti-
pied fofVrailwny purjiosos Ivas due.
Clerk authorized to limit $21.
A potitiw-Was focelted fmm Messrs.1
JiukwA'-Qlulty,   Walsh,  IMe, and
fromlol
u.,fj—±.,..—,»,.... .1...
otJidrs to uiieu up a street in block 111,
-ji-clj «l: W18, Ifl, SI and 21. Jpetitiuii
dlHR5ged* an
.•lormt»ii,to'*fc
yal oity, and hn always been well
'»»">>   ,8   ,7t>l«-fl-_lJll»W
granted ud'lii-ud of works authorizoll
toaoli     vi°i   ?"     ' lu>i
■  •■*■>■%&*% - ■ -<\  '%..
His worship said having oonsulM.
the oily barrister Ji. hsd
s.rrloes-j«f Dr.iHiitli
jWltl* the caso tt the  Im
said totjavoditdUttderI
oumstnnfcs. ii.IJi* iliictm'   ,
liayjiig esaiiiined the body' . ...
il 1»,-was, ihJ opinion tlmt sho nauu
i' death from burns already ro
to
ferrod tn.
His   '
the  fi
. .„, , Ro|»iit rnlni.tcrl.
> niri-sliiii ruiriuleil thu tooeiiit of
fnllowlng'*' wWrnin from Supt:
It ofm"C.VJtt,':' "Ts IM (riiuiicil
are no tidings of the crew,
Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 7.-The federation of orgiinitjeil trades and labor
unions uf tho United Stntea and Can-
... opened their annual teMuh here
r-day."- (Ira/ton Warso, rep'tosenta-
ivo.of the stato trades assembly, de-
)IHAed all address congratulating the
f-Wiiitinn bn the stand taken in not
getting labor mixed with |mlitics.
-#L_rimmy In tmdes union became dis-
em in A Mliliod iilntluAu. Ho wm-
itwl'-tBe^'-iioyaolea iif l'Owdorly
Honry Ocorgo ns pnlitiu.il nuuli-
dnCbs to represent the. woi'ftiugiiiitil,
Uio a freo trader nnd thi* otlior a pin-'
utlonist.
Somo oxeitumbnt wus created inStns
lull by John It. .Winilurs. .of San
l*rtiici6co, at the hoiut of thu ititel'iiti-
tional tyjKigrapliicrtl uniuii, begiiuiiiig
Ihi,agitiitiiin fnr th. oxpulsiiin of fl,.
Ol'rrice, corroapomleut'of the New
s*fork JWWlne,' which' was jiruiniiiicerl
as tho leading "rat" oHicu. The ipics-
tton is lo bo.brultght up thi.* p. in.
"■"if kdok;1 Deo: *7.'—A iiiiiiisUr *iiDn-
fBonoeof Libolnl t'nluiilsta was tobe
heW in London to-dny.
lf«w Yokk|-»)c.- J.,- The -enter.
prising person wtii, iveuii tly snM thirty
thuisand dollars worth nf uunulhnr-
iztfjl tickets for the I'.iUi cmicett In
the.city of Mokinr has beun caught,
it i. believed, by Moslem detertlvps.
Tery little llii'niil.mer.' wns nlliidhed
In tho iiiiiiing iixoliii'tgo tlii. luoi'ititig
tii,,Uio fnlliims ill Mrlll Fl-rllris n, Imt
theie' wns instead.an unusual rush to
lilty securities Imtli uf Oallfiit uln anil
Buiton: -
HMeslsrni
potatoes. .
Tnrni|i.«
Gnrrofs
l»iinrnl|„
Hi'l'tn
unlibiiifc
IllllllllS
Jlmilm
Pel tr.
Wlli.nl
oats
Vm-.
lKV.
luillei-lrolls) pcrfr.	
Cheese, "    ».»,.
Rim,      per tins. m>,,
(Ji'ese, eiurll       _	
Illlllk. r.  j.,,.
(-Iilekens, per liair. _,....
Turkeys, per II	
r.'ortlwooif {retail! per ouhl...
WTm- :-lS-!SaBJJ-
rnn
ouo
one
0 75
0 7.1
100
_   100
,...|.U..!J,J...,'»»<*   IW
 ; ilia uoo
 3 00§ 2 so
„...._. a oo    "*
......Ss. tno
Hffl|
pertoh l!_-_-*J-*'_-fclS'8i
" 0"*
.0 121
,or
. u .
.02l>«
2 01
I 75
ts»
AH
030
0 19
0.10
IK
OHO
, 0f*« 0 75
. 0 20 S 1)25
.9500 100
THU WUST MHIIJ I'MIKIvrUIBKB.
, -Tke (Mil lllwiraM Musk twium
Olauill.a. ilnll.u.|rty..weakaM
.1 T. ■* l*r.r..a A1'.'-., sale ageals r.r
lhe M.l.laiiil. iltllll.n«.   i le
'A'hew map of Itrltisii Coluinliln just
Usned by: »he government,' tot', tai. at
T. Ii. l\si_w,li A Co'a. Tlie U.t nlup
ever issueili J2.M. -A.le.
Job |ui»tiin of all kinils uwtly dou.
at.tl.ie 1'ol.UMltiAN office. Prices will lie
'foiir.,1 lowor than at any other ollice in
'the province.—..ide.
Canadian Hnslter and Hymnal, with
tunes (lm- Presbyterian Church), at T,
'K' Veai^n-1 i»:V,Nt*J**-.ri«nlil_ter
ami Oranvllle. *
i >The Confederation ure.
The annual report bf this solidly pros,
perous Canadian institution will be found
In another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomlnms whioh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to tbe resolute'
manner in which the Company bu declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to the
total Income tbe very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
income is sufficient to pay tho death
clainiB- -wliich in a company of the age of
the Confederation Info Is something to fie
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities are
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible. contingencies and providing for
every debt there Is a surplus of $282,191)
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in thc assets in the last year
was $200,300. So much for what can be
done by' rigid adherence to what the
President defined ss the. true polioy of
the Company, vis:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, un-
wise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—7-01-011/0 Globe. T. E. Pearson A Co.
are agents for tliis company in British
Columliia. J   .       _   _*X'_3 '; inlDto-
Wilms Bronze Monuments.—White
Uronze is a comparatively new substance,
and lias come into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes in this country, ft has
lieen found to bo so well adapted for statuary and monument., that companies,
have lieen for some time established at
liviilgeport,. Coun., Detroit, Mich,, Pes
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thouias, Canada,
Who are, making monuments of all kinds
and styles.   Frnm experiments made by
thSBo compaules, it has bean found that
the matennl will stain! exposure for an
indefinite period—It is practically inde-
Btructilile. Wliite Bronzo being non-
corn-five and uiiuliaiigeiible, it is stated
to be eijiiul to .gpld, silver or platiatua,
lindjsiiperior to copper or antique bronze,
Which throws of a verdigris. TOs moni(-
mehts tit l-sst from refined zinc, Mdjujs
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown -gains! tlia.
work under a high pressure of steam,
which cuts the surface, but does not ad.
here to it. A thin film of. oxide which
forms on this bronze is indisti-pttible. by
the .elements: it cannot be dBsolrfAby
watir, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so thin as to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place.—Boston Journal of Com-
minster, is agent-for the White BronW
Monuments in- British Columbia. Much
'canaper aud more dnrable than any
other myStc
____" 	
idiM
JO]
avenue.' »«l«"rt«,'al*P«*'«nllal
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Rev. C. Watson, Pnstor. 8.1-vteesal
.. m. anil 7 p. in.   Sunday School and
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ii. anil i ,t. in.    ounuuj- ncnooi nnu
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nle piiHl-)j;mi;e!sin.tl	
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SoIhmiI mul 1 __      	
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Htmhgors cordially invito). ajilfite
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month. Sojonrnlnf brethren are eonlla.-
ly invited to attend ,-      a WILSON,
feKMc Secretary.
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fxci'lU'iit )h'fi\d mul hu peri or OiocerKu iiavt* juit jmrcliswd Mr. Willii.'**.
of tlie Ilakury, lati-ly owned by F. Kiiubto. nn Columliia Strsul, ami wilt keep
thc two houses o[)v\> tot tlit* ncooiniiu1-.tit-inn of the public.   Tboy engage to supply
Good8r>f tlie very l»ifc desoription nml ut tlia lownut posiibk jirioe:
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London. Deo. 6.—-In the Campbell
cuse to-day Humphrey, solicitor, testified to an interview Detween . Lady
Miles itml Lord Ciropbollin which
Lndy Miles threatened Lord Oolin
that unless he withdrew his proceed-
in»a agniiik Lndy CiimpbeUshe (Lady.
Miles) would produce evidence against
him, Lord Colin, witness--Mid, considered tho proposals on behalf of
plaintiff, as made through Lady Miles,
disli..m>r*hle and immoral, and declined to accede to them. Lady Milea
then asserted distinctly that an not of
criminality had heen committed by
Lord Colin, with Mary Watson. The
Duke of Anjyle was then called. The
objeot of calling him was to havo him
state that he disapproved of the marriage of hiraon 'to plaintiff. R-anell,
counsel for Lady Campbell, prodwftd
a letter^ dated, August 1883, from
Lndy Campbell'to witness, iu which
she detailed the causes of her disagreement with Lord Colin and described
his tyranny and pertl^ftce Jt ifciiist-
ing on maintaining relationship with
her despite her opposition because of
his condition. The duko replied thai
hu considered the charges against his
snn false, and believed that Lady
Colin's letter wM'tt part of * system to
Intimidate herfihfbM Af Wigw
declined to liWafty* fuflheAoffe-1*
spondence with her. Davis, the detective, testified to shadowing Lady
Colin Campbell and the Duke of Marlborough in Paris. Marlborough
stayed at the Hotel Wagram. Witness
never saw Lady Colin there. Several
spies were keeping trace of Lady Colin
at the 9l%|*,n-*JnMRlne *-*§SpB'on a
sham lew was luresfed to Iter aad
deliverer in a^AdMejf cotiftlpn •*>
as to looms iliWdltflen picked up
in the street. Witness handed the
letter to plaintiff in order to get a close
look at her in her mom that he might
know'her face and figure ' while engaged in following her. The ruse succeeded, but witness learned nothing in
the interview. ^^l|B%w*flt^a invent, deposed a&Jo HalannU wijfff-*
Butler to Li^-iy «$ *W >e
departed he %em down stairs on tiptoe and let himself out of the front
doon Witness found a photograph of
Gen. Butter under (lady Colin's pil-
low, ana spoke to Lord Campbell
about it. Witness was thereupon dismissed by Lady Colin. Wation.a cab*''
man, testified that once while he was
carrying L«ivjGoljK|ntl«:|
edfflPffl dlWWffl
he watched tftem ahd'saw'thlim carem-
ing like lovers, Lady Colin's head resting on the gentleman's shoulder. LnrcJ.
Colin was next swcijA. He testified
that he first met his wife in' September, 1880, at Inverary, the chief seat
of the Argyle family, in Scotland. The
Acq uaint mice ,iucm resulted in un en-
giigenient of marriage. He next saw
Miss Blood in Limdon during October.
At thia timer witness wai" suffering
from fistula. An operation was performed upon him, but it failed on ac*
count of a* fever he had, and which
was aggravated by anxiety respecting
his engagement    Ue waa not  suffer-
a voyage Misa Blood sent him It letter
in every mail. In April, 1881, another
opcratioAqrae performed, but-it also.,
wasa failiKC*ffis fAtherWppfirinon to ■
his engageinenvNiu at this time causing witness _Mibnatffh_- anxiety. Withe matfied that Miss
witfi -lhe Duke
.MtN|itness
'leatre^nith
" i0»
ness knew
Blood wi
of  Mar]
once si
her aistel
the duke,
think  you
Witness  knew
Gen, Butler.   Witneai
Blood in July 1881.   In ^(Vtobei
lowing his doctors released hiin fi
prohibition he had been under beoause
of hia malady.   He heard while stay-
iug at Argyle Lodge, his father's London residence, that the duke of Marl-
duko. Witness remunstrated with
plaintiff fnr riding out with Chief
Shaw, and she became violent. When
v-ilness was itl at Bournemouth Lady
C-ilin left him without assigning any
reason. Sk*-lI#M!>*-AU& diiud yut«<U>i
geuei'n)lyUdnht_TOine iww. She
never eotUiilid Ufttnef tlri$).$r
relationeiMMM JUtfoihtr
health. Witness had a long talk in
December, 1881, about, ihe , Ddke of
Marlborough and OhiM Shaw. She
then pnt mined they should not visit
her flnyAiwi ^f»^*^m^
On (hu afternoon of the day thnt Lndy
Miles Imd nu interview with defendant* L*jJ3s(_W|i mi^Ki tlia. rixmi of
witncss^AJ wm cr§jg| rtul alii
throw l&r'.Jl-iUir Jflat-rf-k. Then
iilif* burned before bin eyes a teller he
liad sent hev through Lady Miles, but
mndo no mention nf the fact that she"
had kept a eopy of it. lu July 1883
witneaa 'ii'lu'iuiitj^fi^'-rJK^ui^aevduet
with other inenJiM oe pca^a very,
violent, and s«liF*rtiim^#Uh an oath,
" If you put me in the divorce court
you will get the worst of it," The
case wait Inm Adfobrriod.'■'/   %\T\    I : i
CoNStXiferi(opt»,('':Dt'C.l"!6. — Tlie
Porte Ima issued a- circulnr to the powers to thottfeot that tho Hit Itiiuna.*. outs
t4> tho citndidaey of Prince Nicholas of
MingrettH for the Bulgarian throue,
nud invitot. tbo i>owers to co-operate
fortho speedy settling of the Bulgarian quciitiori.-'" w. .». ...   .
TitiPOLt,   Dee.   0.—A   number   of
garrison. ■
Haruisonbuiki, Vn„ Dec. fl.—The
most  ro|inrjfable snow-storm ex]
enced foi
It  hns_„ _
sixty liours nmftVo snow h from 12 to
15 inches deep. The thermometer is
rising with some prospect of rniit.' -'   '
Ptsss, Deo. fl.—Floquet has made
enmity M. Floquet is willing to take
tho umoo of  minister of the interior
with the presidency of the council.
The rest of tho cabinet is forecast as
follow: jM/i-^-ufW foreigh.affairs;
il. fonvier, 'finance; M. doWel, instructions; Oon. Boulanger, war; and
M. Lockray, commerce.
Berlin, Deo. 6. -r-Tlie Imperial bank
to-day again offered imperial treasury
bonds for sale. The Mi'ioiml prediots
a raising rate of discount.
Emperor William assisted at i
day's sitting of,; tha fcreigji "*
eoKusissinn.   Grown Princo 1
SiMam ' prtsicRd Tind Ooiml
oltke, Geu. Von Schullendorff,
sian minister of war and several commanders ! of tlw furniy corps were wos-
out. The sitting' was . practieslly a
council of war.
. . Mkniiozi, A. It., Dec. ll.-^Quaran-
Jtine .ngainst toftns'lti the A'rgentind
Republic hss b«en.. raised by order of
minister of the interior. Since Tuesday last there has beeu no quarantine
iuotiypai* of^tta couuitry, grains
liave been running botwoon Rosario
Slid. Buenos Ayres hs usual. It is
feared .the Cholerii will soon spread to
Mendoza and San Juan. Chilian authorities will send troops to guard
roads in Cordillera' and all communication between that country and the Argentine Republic will be compelled to
stop.
Saktiauo, Chill, Doc. 0,-At 6:20
p.iu. yesterday 290 prisoners ooufined
in the gaol here attempted to pnas the.
guard ond escape. The guard fired
upon tliem, wounding two who have
since diod.   Fifteen escaped.
San Feancisco, Deo. 6.—Ten spectators witnessed a bare knuckle fight
tor a" piifse 'and* "stake-between Jim
Smith and Tom Avery, local middle-
' " ,t pugilists, which took place here
lorning in
teach. The
to have been the most severe am
bloody ever seen on the coast. In the
flth round while both were bleeding
profusely and suffering from great
punishment Avery knocked Smith out.
One of the victor's thumbs and Smith's
right hand were broken.
.At m p.m.» slight _%k of sarth-
qnske 'was felt here, loqing aboot %
se»nds.
1 Kitv, %tmk_ »ec. fr-rlim .'Otj'ii
London cablegram snys: The defeat of
the Frenoh ministry proves a God-send
to the Tories. It has. relieved the government for a time of the pressure of
the Egyptian question and until the
Frenoh cabinet is fully reconstructed
and in working older Lo«d Sslisbuiy
and lddeslejgh will enjoys resjrifcs
fiom one of tht most difficult questions
of foreign policy that has arisen' since
they took otlice.
Jas, A. Wales, cartoon artist of Puds,
J\idge,,SFi$- $ther." publications* I*ief*'
to-day in a basement restaurant on
Broadway: He hnd breakfasted there
between Id and 11 o'clock after which
he sent out for a potion of bromide of
i£*Xhltti
a private office to sleep. Some hours
later he was discovered to be dead. A
doctor was, summoned .who announced
ids belief -that Mr. Wales-died from
syncope of tho organic cardiac, a
disease resulting from nn overdose of
bromide. There.*vei;o, #ome,-iii*_iivir
tions of suicide as lie>%as known to
have been indulging in protracted excesses, but' his frlendrscout the idea.
Deceased has a wife aud 2 children but
.has lived iddile. He wss born in 1860
at Clyde, Ohio, whence he was sent to
London and Paris to fit himself for the
work he has done. The body was removed to the precinct station, where it
now lies.' ''.*     .'     *• . ..,'-'
y^a^tmi,;%.,-ilDwi. i—Blaiit
inches of snow whieh fell Saturday
and yesterday has been followed by
llayr. Many .fanners
■n!*oui.l fie indications to-night urn for heavy drifts,
a biting wind is Rowing from
north-west.. Wirito_.rlias commeni
in this locality earlier than usual.
lias -AWned fronTtte'lawoSnof
the orown in Dublin opinions to the
lot that both tenants, trustees and
em. conspiringtoflelraudImdloP-S J
due - rent are liable to indictment
nder the ubumon law.   Gen. Buller,
|i*d nt tlie assertions of Paruei.-
japers io the efSsct thut he syiiipa-
flSws witit JH19 hoim-rulers, has au-
tliorised the,'J»t»»enient that he is not
in favor Istr \tme rule, and that he is a
stnuncli  unionist.    Lor^ Hartington
had a conference  t»_hjr with  Mr.
Uoschen and Air. .Inapfwitll
to a concerted declaration to ,
at tho  union conferoiico to-mi
Tho conference will** Ihi nddrs
the Duko of Westminster, £url
Sir G. 0. Trevelyan.   It being^..
sibtt to acsomuiodata iu a Biugle,
. ,all wlio dssiro to aMedd the banni
arrangements have l*«i nnti* ,f or three
simultaneous banquets, the chairmen
of whioh will be Laid Hartington, the
Duke of Grafton, and the Duke of St
Albans, respectively.
Macdonald, an Irish M. P., in a
spoocli at Plymouth this ovening said
tliat _ 811 Parnellite members were determined not to consider any other
business  until Mr. Dillon's case was
settled,   .  -" u
**?**
aroTioB.
HEREBY QIVE NOTICE THAT I
, Intend lo apply ut the next sit" '
no Licensing Court for thls.Clt;
Intend to apply ut tlio next sitting of
 ilng Oourt for this Oity for a
License to sell fermented und Intoxicat
ing liquors by retail on the premises at
—_.....—.,- -_ ree LBingii-jna Bouse,"
led the Depot Hotel.
P.O.BIIXADEAUX.
6resent known as ......
> be hereafter called the De:
Now Westminster, 29th Nov., 1886.
dnoffltd
ALL PEUBQNS! INDEBTED TO US
are requested to call and settle their
aqcounta at once. By doing bo lhey will
oblige us and save themselves further
trouble.
N. B.—All accounts  not settled* tu-foii.
the loth of December will be placed Hi Hie
hands of u col lector for .-ollt'cMniK
.    , KELLY BROS.,
dnoaiml Went End Bakery.
*)mfar0\$#'e-
Thia powder never vwlep, A marvel of
—        _.gf  .
purity, strenL-   ,	
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compeiltlon with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold onfyin cutis.
Royal finmo PMraan Co., M6 Wall SW,
New York. ■    Sfely
Fort Hanunond Nursery!
F
those
OW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
. your orders, If you want aome of
_ ose nice fruit or ornnmental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
about the middle of June to settle up my
affairs there nnd come out this fall wltf
BBIHQHBUBI
reiuii-kabl
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
stomncli, renews lili-ii-tiou, mul cliaiices
the current of tho lilr.mj fi-bm a ^Inggi-ili
and turbid into & purp, rai M, and ftii-tl-
tprlng'i
to qua
the stook for my nursery here, and will
select and bring your owe * *"    '
with ine for this full and
f.lantlng, I will satisfy alt both hh to oi...
ity of trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here in the business so you will know
where to And uio. All communications
after the middle of June may be addressed
to me at Bowmanville, Out., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
Q. Vf. HENRY,
my22te .   Port Hammond P.O.
TttCMONE Call Ho. 6.
P.O. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
stiril Usilsi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUHDBOM'FI BLOCK, Oolumbia Rt
'' i"        . '"    (Iw-au31c
HACK FOR HIRE.
T'
HE UNDER8I0NED hns established
himself In tlio citv ol New Westmlnsler with o FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which in open for Eagagf meats at
nry wvdente Charges.
Orders, left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
hy telephone, will be promptly attended
o day or night. Stable next II. Elliott's
__ ,     JOS. GATES.
Telephone No. 30. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
\ furnishes nil Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSfi AGENCY,
YOU WANT TO BUY. OR SELL A
Business, take a partner, etc.
PICKERING A CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Doiwlas
and Brotwhton, VICTORIA, &C. P.O
box 634. mh27
and Coal.
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON,
Mnnufactureis nnd Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
UEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0.
\|^, dw-Jly81to
PIONEER
FisteGameStore!
WM. fi. VIAlrtJN
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
supply of
Fresb and Suit Water Fish.
a-—mi xxr sjhla_son.
DEALER IN 8KINs"AJjb.PELTRIES.
Purchases will be delivered In any part
of the city froo of charge.   .   d-J!y81yl
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to Inform his friends and the Publie
generally that he has purchased of Messrs.
Owens A Insley the promises lately known
as the "Bingham Iiouse*" situate on Columbia Street, iii this city, opposite the
milium  ciicci,  in  nun   .._ 	
Station of the n. P. R.-to be henceforth
known us the Depot Hotel—where he ventures to hope that by strict attontion to
the comfort nnd requirements of his patrons to merit a share of their support.
The (.uIkIui. will be under the management of nn <'xpeiii.iH.ed cook and the
sleeping department under the personal
superintendence of Mrs. Bllladeauv.
Promises quite new and charges moderate. . ■■ _.-■'■
P. O. BILLADEAUX.
New Westminster. 30th Nov., 1880,
dnoSOml
.    ^Q-JIP*****.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, thnt DO
„'«< »«e» dato we Intend nuking
anpllcanon to tEp OHIe/ (ammUslJiier
__ lands nnd Works for a lease lortlm-
herlngj purposes, olthofollowlngojesorlbod
lanosi
Tract No. i'.—OomineiiolnsJ at n post 10'
olinlns east from A. J. CotterPs southonst.
corner state (Elk Bay, Johnston Straits),
thenoo south. 40 olinlns: wost, 80 chains;
north, 40 chains; we_t,io chains; nortii
20chalns| west, ttochnlns; north, 40 ehnins;
cosMO oliulns; north. 80 chains; woBt,(lo
chnins: north, HO chains; east, 20 ehnins;
norlli, So olinlns; mist, 20 ohalns; north, 'Si
ohalns; oast,mi chnins, thence sout'r to
shore line nf Elk Bay: thonee In a south:
westerly direction to wr. v.- Sayward's
claim; tliirnoe following, umnnd snlil
elalm to Ha.'wnnl's soutneast stake on
Elk Bay; thenoe;following shore line to
C'otti'il's northwest corner post; thence
along Cqtterl's south nnd east hoiindary
to plnee of commencement; snlil Iraol
containing ume notes, more or less.   '    '
ll i    ! I
CHANCE OF TIME TABLE.
>>
STEAMEK
"GLADYS
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTIOE WILL
leave on MONDAYS for Chilliwhack
and way places, returning on Tuesdays.
Leaves on THURSDAYS for Hope and
way places, returning on Saturdays,
dwnolllc.     CAPT. INSLEY, Master.
TUACT No. 2.-„_	
hernle, Nortlicasl cornor I
Comincni'lng at MeNa-
. rlcorner Noilullas ulian-
nel, Thurlow Islnnd; thence North  20
ehulns, East 20 chains, Nortii 60 chains,
West 40 chains, Nortii « chain.. West
40 chains, south 140 chains, lo McNa-
hcrnlo, Nortii  boundnry   lino;  thence
East along said North boundary to place
of commencement; suld tract conlniniug
800 acres, moreor loss.
■ Tract No. 0.—Commencing al a posl get
on shore line of Thurlow Istsiul, Crawfo.d
aneliorngc,   Cnnlcro   channel;   tlienco
South 10 chnins, Eimt 20 chains, South 80
ehulns, East 40 chlilns, North 80 chains,
East 40 chains, North 40 chains; thenco
westerly to polntof commencement, said
truct containing 720 ncres, moro or less.
ROYAI, CITY PLANING MIIiM CO.
PerW., T.4 0.
New Westminster, B. 0.,   '
16th November, 1888.       dnolSml
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Complaints attemtnnt thereon, successful
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Pad. It costs, less than a single prescription aud Is immeasurably more declnlw.
and effective than any quantity of internal
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Kidneys, Bladder anil urinary secretive
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Ich he will soil at lowest ratas,  Ho
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TllO Cliloago
uring, and by
wliioli   freifllently
l*niMcl]iliiii  Timer.
aiinreliists will live till
that  time morey,
takes  all the tem|ior out of justico*,
will   piubjilily   |lljiviiil ouil.fiey.wir
isnyo thoit- prucini)s ucckk ' ..'But, *
jtiiis course' proveilt jnuireliiiit bg_n1
'throwing ih the future?
-, :A liigi'ji-cnif llsmins .^il t/kf, ,.f
tlio fcrnglio.l iiurl thickest , quality is
j|ist lhe tlini;< nt jjiresonl with inie'i
to niiorn the liroh nf IilDsrtr. I'
vtonlil cn!i_lit, n Ihe world and enable
our own oitii^.'ii- io appreoisla Bar-
Ihnlrli nml civil sen ice reform.—New
S'orls iS'nn.
—jJs.USuklJj^s; i——t_,Js* •
A cousin of Churles Dickens, who
is snid to be living in New York under
very straitened circumstances, nbso-
Ititoly refines * to'sap v_4ii»I>U Uf<F
jp-*H>h Wttcrt of tlio grent 'liofelist,
though handsome prices liave been
nlf'-ri _d byjOolJ   '
Tnoat are the
IIMA'
are the successive effect* of one
of the moat deservedly popular i*meiliea
iothe IX>ininion, Nnrtlnop ft Lyman's
, Orders left at Mr. MoColl'sstoreon Columbia Rtreet, or at iny house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westmlniter O.C.  .. JlylOto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGWY.
| Olh Bro*h St. and 18 Pall Mali, .
___-'- -tONDON -
INSW-rf-fi-P 18081., j
fIRINSUEINOHOUSKSlOTHKR
Buildings, Ooods, Waxes, Jlerclron.
Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships iii Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing,, Barges and other Vessels on navigsble rivers and ciuials, and
Goods on lward inch Vessehi, thtonyliuni
Onat Britain and Ireland sod iu Foreign
Countries,.   ,,,  .';.■' .,..' 1
not via pi BiM.ei; bi tm.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
_ei,6p6,o|iG srpQ.
Hates of Pnmlum ■ and ovory infornia-
tion can be obtained ou application to
W:*9T'IipTM)_ljU,''~ ~
'   ntfor^wWcttnlnst-
-WRMH .8 .a
WHiIiT-E
KI1VO!
500,000 NOW IN USE
Wiing the Highest Testimb-
HijJsfi'oni nil who usn th*m.
IV       	
The Cheapest and Beit Midline in the Market.
*l null oxn.ntno thein
where, wt
liolor. going
Chas. J. Robson's
" 1!',1.j    '    viti-iT utom,
| Oirnsl ffl-rnlnnliliil lloipl. ilnoUlc
Agent fi
-mOT-CAL	
1!
m just received for tho I loliilnys ar line
'■ assortment of Oold .nd.-iilv.r
JEW* EERY
GENTS'
...lUruniiiiK   iitu ,j,L*n,.„uu in   i
Jt ulHeai-M common to the urinary mim-
IveorKans—known os gravel, catarrh of
tlio bladder unil inisHriKCs, HrlBlit'H itlsease,
illnbetcs, aroiMif, pi lis, nervous debility,
ca, wi"oil__alJ)1A»sn|s,<! vSiiofts. 'u.|)l-
cd bv A. M. nKRRINa nnd H. S. CVftfiS
A CO., Now Wostmlnstor; T. MoNEE-
LEY, Ladner's [jindliw; H. McDOWKLL
A CO., HASTINGS SAW MIU, CO., THE
VANCOUVER DIUIO'CQ., Vanoiinver*
W. E. MCCARTNEY 4* BRO., Vnncotivef
and Kn>nloo|i»; J. II. LOVELL Ynle; W.
It. MEOAW, Prlost Valloy; H. CI«A1U- A
CO., Kamloops. dwsc23yl
w1
(J. w. TARTE, Master.)
ILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Tka-WUr Manias at l.'riMt, lor
New" Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the lslandsi arrives at
New Westminster onJ Friday forenoon,
| )cnves for Coal Harbor ubout two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR rrt.
day Kimi for Seattle.
,;, , rare to 8MIIIt,..................$«.M ,i
Fnrlaklr.ru>,  MS
Speclul rates to merchants. '   | aplOtc
FirelFire!
TESTIMONIAL!
IB]|    /y-^v       ":;
Vancouver, ZSnlJune. 1SSG. ...
ftd. Q   ItOfiERTSOfT,
■'■'''     '.    !'   .Vancouver;"
He preseut Ing Got die A McOulloch,   ,
',','', .',' Wi .',  ' Inj a»it,b^,
.Sib.—We the umleniiiuietl having witnessed the terrible Are whioh wiped out of
■fxlgfeneoithe' sfhuifg ettJ,:W VtinomiWri
on the Uth Inst.-, hnvi-.taitr tlieflr<-*ex-
(unlnud the Hate* cold, hy you, some of
whieh were' jitit to the most severe test,
havlnit boen surroundcft by lnrge quanti*
ties of lant nntl Juacon, ami we nre pleasetl
(fl. testify to the remarkable manner In
which every 8afe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of, dollars in paper
money wero taken out lit perfect condition. We can. thorefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them aa thoroughly fire proon
I* A. Ham I [ton, for the Canadian Pacific
, Railway Company:   M. A. MacLean,
Mnyor; John. ,f. Bluko, stipendiary Ma-
Rlstmte; Itlch'd, Alexander, Just fie of
tbe I'eacn; John fioultboe, foliee Mugl»*
aiwnrd K. Rend, llciil Estate llrolcer;
it,. Bulfour, 'Attleriimn;< John Ilnnkln,
Real Kslate. Broker:  I'llher A Ets
.11	
Edwnrd
It. Bulfour,
Real Kslate . . ..... ..  	
Rovnrllnlel: II. F. Keefer, Contracliir,
C. P. It,: .1. W. Mol'srtailil, I'ort Moody,
lo Vancouver nml Elisllsll Buy; F. C.
limes A Co , Iteiil Estnie Brokers; A; W.
R0»s, Real Kstnto JBnikeri. Omvely *
Spinks. Ileal Kstale Brokers; R. C. Fer-
gusrni, Mgr. R. fl. r. Mills. JeSOlo
Uiles Slue Swiss Cold Wmches
from $26 to 105,   " ,*',';"
,:\ I •■ HI
Ladle* Slie American stem-
winding flow WB.el.es, at
i'i '132.50.
RKSRMIEK-Wo do not wil "filled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold.
' 6ar good, ate guaranteed just as re.
presented, and .prices lower .than any
other houat|iiB,C, ^ ,. ,.,    .» ..,
COLONIAL HLOCK,
NEW' WeilTMINSTiEB, 9i' fir
ilel'Ke
BOOTiSHOE
TS iA.   *mfT. •sml,'Tfi[ i
JUST AJ-WVKI-i,
$15,000 STOCK
From tlio iitincii'iil IIuiiju-s of Gerinuny,
Fiaiicc, Oiwit Utituui, the United
States and our great Dominion,      •
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
'§kti, AND SSE MT  AiOOVi BK-'
,'',.'..   FOKK YOU l"Ul-CHA8r..  !
Boots a»il Sillies, I'diii Mc npwjinls.   ,'
FelU Kuhlmr (Ioods £ Vum-Timi
.Tol all kinds.   'J
Ladles'i Cents' Slippers for Xiiiils—
tho loveliest ever seen.
8J Lines of L_u_le_.% ¥I«mii» I (Hid*
ren's Boots.  );, ..,.,.,
WM. ROSS,
Calo-sUI Nalel VlMk, CalaaiUa M. i
dwholStv  ,   '  '      '    .
K
. OTICB IS HKIIEBY OIVEN. THAT,
I M days nfter dntowp Intend applying
._ tl»c Chief CnmmlMlonor of Urndsand
Worka for a McBnwIoouttlwtwrpoih*
following described lands- namely, lots
numiwra'IW.-W!, SW, AST, lit Oroup One,
Ni>w VvKtinlnHternintrlet* jiiiju
nnlodnt Now Westminstor, 27ihUnyot
Nuvcmlior, Mm.
HOWLING A RONS.    '
i   Uytlieir Holloiiors,      ,.
'Hiii37ml tUmnavi.nA McCoi.i,,
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMR8 FISHBR, Proprietor.
MONUMENT.!, HEAD8TONER, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ao.
Persons Uvint utn distance, by sendlnt
a description or what they wish, can have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed eqnal to say
on the Faolte Coast, and at reasonable
rates. N, B,—No agents employed*
•dortloi Street, Victoria,B.O.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
mhisto
JOHNS. COX,
Importer and Dealer In i
FaPoi!
INCLUDING
WHITE LEGHORN*,    '"       '
Wklle CrtH.A Bl.ck P.1.-.1S.  ,
Cl.ln.a Fowls, ft«M.ial)«eks,
Whll. p.kls. Duko.
'.'   Pit Gam.., Havdaas.
aft.Bird. and Eggs supplied at low rates,
and all stock guaranteed.    .'
Royal Avenue, kiat of Douglas St.
(few Westmlnsler, Coal Harbor
nnd Seattle Boole.
A Private College!
Ir  ./—Jfoft: |    ;t" rir .
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
.WILL |BE OPENED AT; .,,,,'
ROSS BAY, VICTORIAaBsC.
'    ':'    ... ,[     J-rr^Nr-rr   i     vv
MONSAT, AH81I8T 18, 188S.
THE   BUILDINQ   HAB   IS.  LARGE
Rooms aad III well (urnlshed with
register gnttes, bath Moms, 4e.. 4e.     '
Excellent oppoKnnlUw for all fclad.ol
healtlitulexertrises, Including boating and
bathinii. —___
and%i5lr geMtiSIrVfli^oiiWlSj'effli'
A1 MMPETtHT STAT.   OF IMTMMTNt
,Excellent facilities will be aitorded (or
Instruction In Kagtlsk, CaauseKlal,
t'Urulr.1 snd IMrta lunw Hubjeols,
"Ai.pll5nI!?V!!S!isR,e''e-r,nce. soil full
Information rurnlshM by    . uru
KBV. C. J. iRMfOX, U.U
I.   Nrw WtsTHinrrsK.
Junes, 18W.     .,    rj    ,   .   aw/wite
Re-OplnfogT
J.S.MANS0N,
„..,.     I.-'  tit : ill ii'lr._ln! ;.:- ns
,,'ilj   HAB0PBNEDA8H0P0N .
Mckenzie   street,
Pint Door to the Right from Columbia
. Street, aud Mil liavo always on hand
'"hriili asiltelinlliilirf,"';;'''''"
Foreign ft Dopjgic pn
'   AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A PpfRFfeCT   FIT
ai(nrautet'd In Every Case.      .
flocSt-b
HB UHDEReiOWRDHA* l(JCKMA^
_ pointed Bisntln Britiih CMomblafor
tnese beautiful monuments. Full particulars as to prices and designs on application. :• ■" ■, CHAft-I. ROBfiOfir"
Attho FrqltsntlOonfwtloneryBtore,op*
.•^te;-to-|a*.|.%.l,Ka«.-^*n^
COLUMBIA
Htm Westminster, 01C.
in
maiifliv;
i'i.  i-
-I,., i
iii
SIM
„■!
llllll
—lUOMHIU AMD DIAtUU lit—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
The Largest Stock on the Main
,       ,.!  lovhs   Dili til Will, si nuil,
land,- and  gecond  to.'iiu
'<   House In British Co- '
1 ,: liimb^'.', .'','';'
r
ilnl.l.
•■I'jrr
r ■,
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i Jrt i,
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—fSfjft AOBNTS tOU—!
Tlie B0HIT F. VillW fitolli  v
" <<ll   ■■■■'■• rjjniTi-j   i.ji. f-^*-fi(Ajnte_i ,
.l.rV'J-.        Ill  li  iHld  lll-j 'ii.i
"1(" ;4-Vf nMAiWiir-tftie.-
And agsnts lor all the leadiug Ameriiai
.ill
il we
PWNOS&ORGm
,mm;mm;;ti:'z^:',
,.,      llMiuiil Riilomaub vd ,eistoH ii-i.•.■.-.*
as it my oWsi aasshllahraaniriaf.
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CMfadtratlM UN* /UtaraMt Cm-
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InawaiMa Ca.      -m -i-'_i,i mi ,
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iu ud sotuirRDor um
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Aai aU kl-uU«.B-«ik Books spu. Wwi'''"'1
;-^^:-7'ry.ri i.n: I.ill,   , — ..?, jQnllll Willi]
Forms on. hand.
m .. nu-.. 'ii,
-—All tha ilesililig-—
NEWSPAPERS
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