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VOLUME 1
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NOVEMBER lj 1886.
NUMBER 80
iailg 9rffi*..i*€i*!tambian
N.ad.. Evealu, "l.vcmber 1. UM.
Above and before the Riel busi-
;h
svpfcpiieAt^oE tl
id"! Jbi4ip% am
ought to get our first attention.
We have one of the richest countries
in the world, Rich in timbers, in
mineral  wealth.    The   first  and
thing like the headway we ought in
the can of our mineral wealth,
whioh is so great as to be simply
immeasurable.—Toronto World.
J*J-a_itf*tauioO
The New England"fishermen, after
the greater part ot a season's experience, are satisfied with the present arrangements, .except tjnat thev
wait ttU '-Ml'':m_m\MHerWlM
treaty of 1818, without being needlessly annoyed in their exercise.
And in addition they wnnt their
commercial rights, under touch-and-
trade permits, such as the Semite
has already practically held to be
due them. Wha-unoa
been made in secufttg
by the London iijgotittUonswe'
perhaps be informed by the President in his annual message.—New
Tfbrk Sun.
There is ir-tpi d|oj of enquiry as
totnepur^CioieWR. * N.
Co. It is understoood here that
the company has in mind to
run a line down the Columbia River
with a branch down the west side to
Port Townsend, andanother down the
east side, taking in Tacoma, Seattle
nothin^.i-f_Wplailsd'.ht<So%pany,
but should be very glad to see this
proposition carried out. The 0. R.
it N. now has'an opportunity to put
its arms around the Sound, so to
»p?ak,<l.cliance whioh will not r«l-
w,)i^tt.lvi^ominipiti^iaii.
General Lew Wallace, whose Ben
Hur has had a wider mroulation and
a greater success than any other
religious book produced in this
generation, has given to a contribu-
U-.i.!thi- Detroit tf<*-iiW*__-ft inl
teresting reminiscences. He had
completed, he says, the first part of
Ben Hur, which carries the story
down to the birth of Christ, when
he chanced to mecf'CploMtliigtrf^l
At that time the General clifl not trouble himself to inquire into the truth
of religious doMflM4,,b«' I*igirsoll'a
talk determined bim to investigate
and, decide for himself as to the
tyrotjOhn**tjj'|?<f live years
died the life of Christ und the
of Judea and
I gone but a few
steps Men he came to the conclusion
that Christ ,was divine. When Ben
fft|**-*tafti*toleted he went to the
Holy land, and spent months in
visiting,*?ery place referred to, in
oidttJ» verify his work. Not one
word required to ty-.-oI'MHSlrT
Baipa'i Wesliy.       ,2191201
wS-SMM&i^
agents may have deceived him aa to
the.ft-j m¥o\ cjljJ^O^lgarians,
but he is not a man to bear a die-
nt with patf-mce, and the
WKtiU<$krty are already clamouring for another forward luavaitoiJj. <"*Tho Russian Consul at SrJMmUtititdy formally uro-
tested against Sunday's elections as
 fehft
the fl*•*•«•*,•aifC-ynM (ftelHqlimnje
meets and begins to net, Russia
must either suffer her protest to lie
ignored or take overt action. The
St Petersbfflaj and, Mq**cqw,j»)irjiftl*
are unanimous in tlieir opinion tlnit
a decisive course of  action cannot.
mvm+mitfimwr
words, that an army oi occupation
will soon be marched into the coup-
ffl' 'the*.fitWe  it -WPim
•warn* - taftftui**.1'" Fwnicri'siU'w-
idinaUt «l»erythiti*[ toihef' ohwished
hope ot revenge on Germany}, Germany subordinates everything to depriving France of any opportunity;
Austria, though angry and jealous,
exterior aid tor Bulgaria- - London
E-_Mm__ u_ m *"""
A new map ot Brlttah Columbia just
lamed by the government, tor sale at
T. K. Peanou k Go's,   The butt map
M«rlHU»4ti|B.Wk>-_t*.   .iti ;'.'i    ;
IU *okt>rlattag*f all MmbaeatV.-Uto
&S££^*ffl-dtt
**»re^-TI*,4Tl JrrJl.lllll ..i.lHTHI
Canadian nailer aad Hymnal, with
tun., (for Pn.byt.rUu Churoh), at 'll.
i^tmt.mm^^'
T\ H.LBAB, n. V.
__&ri_J_£SffiAr_n3B
^■*^c^___mS_,
. ihb,
rtdoor
JaSOIs
^raVsiciAif A'BTOaEbk*
OFPIOE and REBIDENCE-Ohuroll St. J
(next door to Farmer.' Home), near
Columbia St., *-.w Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUItfl-ll'oIOa^m.l Ito8and
MO to 8 p. m. Call. In town and country promptly attended to. feStc
TURNER, BEETON & CO,
MERCHANTS,
i WHARP 8TSRRT * V1.1TWIA.
:*.,
■     ■ .. DENTIST,
Nil   il.-   .tilro   ni       Colonial Hotel,
New Weitminiter, B. C. apfflto.
i^^^^T
OMioa-Ovei
Store, ColumJ'
HWt*Mtoi«aa-_--*_-.
and two following day. In eaoh nionfi
T..»it'^Kt....li*.x**aotw*.  anH |
BAttRISTEBS,
,,..,..., ,i:.,ui:j     80UalW«|8,.t*Tq
di	
... it, New WeHmltirt*,-
,C.,■;;■.,.;. 'yWrntp.
nr xouu bolb,
' "barribtbr-at-law.
tandAuSiCOrilX Ssmw-fel*"*
ColumUa Street,
ii.r,iiiiijy*Wr*<fMt*i*lM|**.».O.ir
. LBERT J. HILL, '
^  , ..■p^yn.'etKi.-itpBit,;' *';'■'['
La»d iarveyor, DraolM.imn, ....
OFFICE-One door Nor*  of Me.»re.J
66rboufil*-M'ColW,McI_en«leBt*«el.
,. dw-wiato,."" '■ *	
WALTKB J. WALKER,
I
mmwM>
Colonial Hotel, New Wcslr.
t"
d.el8m3
R. HOWSE,
► Hor
thai he
| Urveyer, Beat Batata Brrter aa* i
', Vttobireyaaeer""
On and after the 21.t Instant  Offlee, N.w
CataUmla.Uotel, Murray Bt., Port Moody.
I'rfrv'''j''I fffiR fi'iY In.
T:Jr"WH...:i,:y- , nn
„   AUOTIONF.BR AND APPnAISBR,,
Columbia Stroet,.
 New Wa.tmln.ter
*--*_.
Ive 'ptompt
mnd nanful nttcntton.
given wheu required.
Beat reference!
mhlJ-tc
!8^
SKVKIUl.flUOD rA»i» MBjBUI.
tvatff-^miti9&^
n.nr.rd, cea*.
OFFICEj-Ferri. BtteetlMeW Weatmln-
.lef.,...; „„ .,,  .,,,1 jn, i, ,  . faUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keitl!-l!statplB«n4f«e »nd
ConiBluloi Anents,
Telephone SS.        NIW WUTMIHTCI.
110! I ntis-0.','-..-'■  	
AND MONEY BROKERS,
AQ   *■.' J,01    -iiwitt-?''.  I ;'.F     '. ■■ i   !
General Oommi-Bion Ag'ts
VANOOUVKR, B. 6.
"h 'iVA'ks'WkaoriATitti1
•toast, ■•  jil.'.'rieiito It a'jnsl lln ■. ■
"mm mm
p^^ijiin^mpll, j
C-»v.ya»..M, C.I1..1.H, | "
r.iiJJti-i'ir,       k,i"ihwmwo Af.au,
Oil.MatVICTOBlAl FortBUeet,
"i"'.'i 'ii.)tffi^,'!!1P!>;ft'$n?* ?rtr- *
miiLDINQ ixyrBforialaia aUteetlona
uf VaSoonMranil New We.tmln.lerCity.
V Miv kifntwitsomuta'sM tht fun-
ett lilpntinll^h %n Whf d at »1| «»r nf"-».
bM. .11,
••fiTC^XJOEi"
in
THIruifBKHBtONKri INTENIW. AH
■oona. a suitable afllee ean be flttod
.0 r^an.u, ln_h. unif'Mlnrr ol .rckl-
ntAoid|_rMwwmln><-§< aull-
nf'tha*
Actinia —on
Nortii Brlttah and Herentlle
Insurance Co. Ibr Mainland.
H.C. BEETON - CO.,
38 Fin-bury CIrou.,
Lobdon, E. C,
H.; ^IaLs,
HanulMturer A Importer of
_SHOBB
Uitlat*, C.1U*, MI.W a>< (MWlWi
- ' V 1Mb, Umm' .a* Salter.    -
Made to Order.and Kept on Band.
COUNItA ITKIT, ~^~ DfMIYACtt HJUL
'NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.   . i
... ::■■■ inhlto j 1
THE CLARENCE
Corner Tatei A Don(Ui Street*,
VICTORIA, B^C
FRANK 0. mOHMM,Jl,   •   •   •   lirfct
TOURISTS1 HEADQUARTERS; FIRST
ClaM ln every re.peot   Pally .op-
'SlMBilBffliHlnB
ih.' rrfee* M«4mle«
Thin magnlflcent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Guests.
-0*No pnins will be spared by tbe man-
sgement to make this Hotel pleasant and
atti-aetlve, docuto
iftWOtMsupartft
Mrwonablo rate
.... _ ..nlM-
in-.s ..Hsu -..ie *noii(l6n
it-sndfd If nHiulrml, at
Hum «RNNRDV.
ii Manufootitrornnd Dealer In
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS:
All KU4i of Hides tna Skins Oak
Ml Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID, FOIt HIDES AND SKINS.
■,'■:  rh-^M
On band always a good supply of Leather both of my own manufacture and
Imported.
I I have secured the ■wrvlMtvf.Mr._-Wm*
BUriiett to superintend the custom rt-
alrlng department.
JAMES R0US9BAV,
Columbia flt„ Xew Wtstmlnster.
(dw-uu2yl)
WALSH
The Mel Tailor
A11 j      'v
Colunbla St,, New Westminster.
HAVING JUST HECEIVRU OUR NEW
Sprl ns Stoe-j, km Invite Impeellon of
the finest .election of ,
Eaalhli, Snlrk, Crraian, rreaeli,
j:-,-*5l-*r-**^iyiJj'jG
suitings \o&m
Ever .howii In New Wetfminster. We
have secured the scnlee. of MR. ltVOH
O'HAOAN,. praotleal Cbtterwho has had
Ions experience Ih I/indon, Pari.,and the
leading eastern cities, and for a OOpR PIT
and artistic stylo wo dirly competition,
,e__W •i':,n.:.)rU*rSos.wAiiBH,
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Manufacturer, and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bri-
•■ dies, Whips, etc.
nk*vV "wm'miMTER, •_.. of
.   "■- ■'   , rdwjlyffc  ^
PHOENIXi
That all reliable lamnwce t'.mpany
y<Q*rty+v*'-ii
JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
,   ;r«KIITfWfl
,1';' ■'" II ,' It-
Rates of Insurance as low as other
Companies.    ,
Losses promptly paid and no
unn±c*ss_|ry trouble ■; given i|
the-uitfQftTui-ATE, - }   ■■ ;.|
Gas Fittings!
is.MouW_ci).
Are Prepar_>ii to Hupply uml Ei-tjcl
Cas Pipe,
Cas Fixtures,
And everything relatlnc to this branch of
business. - uj
tsT Experienced  nnd competent men
only e-uplpyetl, anU   work   KuaraOtced
Qrst-olass In every ronpeot.  Prices as low
as anywhere else. ■ '.*<'>/,'.
..,    „*§, 8. ftCpjlTLLAR A Cp.. (),
d-jlySitc Columbia Street
MANUFACTURER OP
Buses, Mmi
-"*<^aSisiP'''
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
*  Safes, ^wiog AUcliiues, Ac, Ac,
'"    -jlb^tiired.
BLACKSMITHINC     '
in nll Its brunchcD.  Farmerti', LogKent*,
Mill aud Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, tmd everythhig In the
blacksmith Hue made to order.
Having secured flrst-.-lut*n workmen, we
feel confident of giving mil Isfaet Ion.
— UorMC-shpoInf a specialty.     ■' f?*i
k"W -doi-TOniABT:, l^.mhrvi
^r
w.R.AtiSTiir;
IIKAI.KR tV   : .. | _
* iWlM  3ttQ_.fi-.qi
AUCTTIONEER
AEPRAI9ER
*TAVIKO -4AD RXTKN8IVB KX.
'.LX i>erlence in Oalifonda and else,
where in th. above businew, I am now
prepared to take charge .of any aalea,
auction or otlierwiw, that t|ie public
may favor me with, j
Uuni, Biles, CatlrldgM, ro*d«r,
Shot, fliklli Tacklt, 8|Mt»*
tits,   Oitlerr.   Md -Ml"
Oluiwur*.   '
TO DB HAD  AI THB OLD OTABD,
KNOWN AHTIJI-     .
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA   8TRIET.
dwaulTto         ^_
stratrii Motioe,
OTICE IS IfKREBY rilVKN THAT
.. all pennn.lnil.htcltollirlute *n«hua
.twood Reynold. Ilouirr, formerly of
'ew T.ltl«lln«t*'r, d«r*a«e<t, ore required
.j**aylh»amo*inloflh.lrln|lel,l,iillihi«to
the unilenil,ned, fnrlliwllli, nml "II per-
.oh. havlntany elnliii. ii«iilii»t Hi" I'Ktatj
at* malm tonirni.lt imritnilan ihr-rnof,
duly verified, wllliln* !«■„ innnllin Iron
Ihi. date.
WlI'llIA K. IIOMR",
Aillilllil.|r.lil.ti
Dal.il Hew Wf«ii'!«. >'»K ««•*•  -sttiits
tnoilo- j    .■■-.' ixlT
. A large Arrsortmcut of
:     9 ,v     ': '! -SAN-.- f ."    ,0*0
GROCERIES
' ■■''J ai;Wa*»p/o» hanjI-P fl'
.evotB git*_Ki?.! b aoij
jiEIay "«>*xd Feetd
,   | WHOI,-t*!A[_B AND IIETill.     ..
..  WM-tAKalHttlWUV-OIEO-W
t : . uipinan*"**,
< Werantwiiataiio.dally.excopt-l.iii-ays,
tb ftirt SfooOy. Sarrying* H.»:»! taani-<
I A»noll,iu„roriuii«i-rolsujedwe»|rliy
lemi-erale liabltn and direful economy
serve ihe inilillVlrtespeelidly loa-raws.
,    . rlws.aOU'. .	
CHftRUS MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
PAPER
M'mmm,u
L C__nllfXL
Tlm largest assortment of Wall-Pnper,
In iTk City, cmnprlsfiig.newest patterns,
always on linnd nt bottom prices.  Ham-
Sles on view ut T. R. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia Ht.   KTper hanclna at
Hpecially low rates, dseiatc
UNTii." furtuer N(!ffl&?PWn.L
make regtiliirtrips   j ,.
TQ TALE AND WAY POKTS,
'--   i -■      • . ■   -t.i  -.
I*avlngNew Westminster on   ■
.   MONQAXS,j?iltjl TII-0R1?PaYS
At 7 u. in.*'  Me'lurhtiig dn*Wet*lneBdays
and SutUKhiys       J '■• ■■''•-■
Jlyaitc CAPT. INSLEY, Master.
" m
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
F. CRAKE,
I'-UCTICAL
COLUMBIA STRIET.    '»tWKBISIHStW.
OppnMtr < «HRtn|baM A IVs.
SIGN (IFTI1E Hl-u WATCH.
•r llATK MANAGER tlSt\ UAVAW* *
I.YMAN, MONTREAL.
tlkrH»hi«irni, «rpe»t*r«, Ohroiio-
T..»|>li«rn, and fill Hun Hutch
.   .     rt-palm a 8pfdally.
ANY ONE HAVINO WATCHES which
Imve trei-ii Injured by tneoinpeU'iil
waleh relirilrerrr ean be miirle eumil lo n.w
aanln. .IKWKl.ltY or nil kind, made and
repaired. All worn wnrrnnted; elmrie.
niodortj..  Ksllmatwilyon^eeofchane.
•aw_=__.**AIT«>*l. -liou. aad alker
■F"fc_»~   w.trhes and Jewelry rheaper
Ikaa aay ether lr.au la B. r,
LAWH'**SUM!' l-CAItAt.OOLD'VM-
'tlCAN STKM WINDINu ".VATCHlM,
     '  irpers,Wfll"*—' "~'-' *-
dwdevte
ERISAS- STEM WINDINu W'ATCl..   .
aeclirnie thpeltwpen,.Wfll »»«i>l Ml*,**
IU1
ALL JCINDSf.G." PdRNlTUR*.
REMOVED
Call nnd examine our stock und prices
before buying.   We can't be UNDKKSOLU
In the city.  Repairing of all kinds neatly
done.                    Vf. PROTHERO A CO.
 selBtc
(NEAR MERCHANTS' HCtfJARE)
.,,,.. MANUFA6Tl)ftk*tt(/    " '
ER|RS
Hattrtjuca arid'j
1 i+H-    Jsv    9i\*
HAVE ON HAND THE
LAIttiKBT Attn BEST ST«M'H OF FIR
NITIIBE ON THE HAINLANB.
Hardware Bedroom Sullen, la Ash,
('berry. Walnut, or Muhogaay.
Estimates for Offlce and Store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer haa been
engaged by the firm, wbo nre, now prepared to do alt kinds of work ln thenp-
tiolstctyJfeeO. ""1 H M "l .•#«
mm
received at thu Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, during the last
year, the Board of Directors find it necessary to appeal to the publio for assistance. In *v1cw ot (he fact that the dis*
bursemente for the last six months have
been in excess of the revenue, and that no
public subscriptions have been solicited
Mr. W. H. Keary vill personally canvass for subscriptions.
0. K. CORBOULD,
"    lident.
SPENOE'S BRIDGE, B. 0.
■Wr-E I1EO TO -INFORM YOW THAT'
" we have leaHt^i the Morton House
at Hptmce-H Bridge from Mr. Murray nnd
that It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. Wc would respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise if you
will favor its with It to do all we can to
satisfy you In every respeot Mra, Reid,
who has had much experience, will attend to the cull nary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
Je23m5 REID A NEFF.
OOME AND SEE!
fl
Wf H. HOLDEN,
AVINQ  TAKEN  POS8EBSION OV
 the ■•Temperance House," fronting
on ColuMiilaaifd Ohuroh Streets, opposite
tho Episcopal Church, and now known
Will aceottiTnodate-the traveling publie
at the following rate/:
Board per day.,.,......
.".-.* ■'* week ......
 .1100 j
«... 6 00
«9>Good accommodation for Ladle* and
families. mytto
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN & DEALER IN
Fran and Ornamental Trees,
LADNtR'8 LANDINO,  B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
I form the people of British Columbia
that he has eBtabll»hed a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, ami Is prepared to All
all orders for Frnlt Trees, Ornamental
Troes. Shrubbery, Vines, Small- Fruits,
4c. Trees imported or home grown ac-
cording to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber lias had a thorough praotleal
training lu tbe business, and having a
permanent stake tn the country it is his
Interest to deal fairly with tho public. He
Will wait upon the various towna and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention.
ablate E. HUTCHERSON.
C.
HAVING TAKEN
Inhdboiti's BalMI-iff, Front St.
(Formerly occupM by Kylo A Tllton),
«8 NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
wlth ns good a stock as a man wants to
select from,
Dn   OMHit,   Groceries,   PravlsloM,
Creekrry, Ctasswarc, B'»eti, #*.
Bomb and Bee tbe new place, and let us
know what you thick of It.
dwooldtc
c Mcdonough.
«BLUE STORE1'
FORSALE.
THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND S'TOCK
of tbat  wcll-kiin-ivi!  Variety Store
uexttlic Holbrook House, Frontwww*
Farm for Salel
4N IMPROVED FARM   FQR SALE
clieap, nnd ou easy terms, with or.
hout. the stock.
M. NICHOIAON,
dwoc7tc Mount Lehman p. O,
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEIIEBT IN the I.ANO-
ley Snw aiid Platilni Mill; mill Iii
good older. For particular, apply on. tut
preinlHetito     ;       ., II. WEST,
Or, Morars. DBA KB, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMCKEN, Victoria.
FOU JENT.
F' RbM ?kk FltWT OF NOVEMBER-
an 8-roomed Honse on Agnes Btreet;
Also—From the First of December—a
large Store, with-basement, on Columbia
Street, centrally situated.   .
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
doeSBto   ■' LandAgent.
FGR  SAtTE.
THAT DELIOHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot7,Bltuat*d on Provott street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
In the occupation of Capt. Grant; contains
8 rboms with usual offices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.     ,
£arms on Mud Bay-,
i' aores of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
11 acres of valuable Land Smiles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
•   , CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Jeffltc    Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR_JALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landlnt, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runnlne,tliroufli
the premises.  Apply to
E. A, WADHAMS,
delate Ladner's Landing.B.C
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET, Opp. C. P. N. Wuakf.
dse_2to '*
3ST017IG.B.
WATCHES
1 One Hiortmenl or American 811-
■  ter W»Mh*», pat. iluirt-proof caaei.
FlHt-tlam Bwlas WMekea, from (8
upward.
CLOCKS
A large a-norlment or 8-daj Strlk.
I i.   InnUloCks, with cathedral gong;
'solid walnut ca.es; latest designs.
Alio, Beth Thomas' Sickle Alarm
.'■': ClOCks.
*»-A Hltt ASSCRTMEHT OF JEWElR».ia
n rtiii Wat** lejaalrlaa a apnlally. ill
Wark WarraatHl.
av Romember tlie   place-tlie "Bine
Store."
rlwauSyl
Ooluiulila St., N.w West.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of ull tlie personal es-
tittf, effects nnd credits, Ineltidln-** book
dehtw und all othrr choReninaction due
or acemlng due to William Isaacs of Port
Hnintnond, hy virtue of an order In the
County Court of Vlrtorla, dated Uii.^lst
dny of September, Utt, all penOni aw
hereby warned fmm reeelvlng. taklnf Into possession or holding any of the said
estate, or from puylng to the said Wllllai.i
lsuHcx.hls aievnts or Remmbumty monies, or frjin disposing' w l^liuy dealing with ssid estate.
ft Is alHo provided by the snid order that
nil persons Indebted tothe sftld es'-nteoi-
having In their possession anyeffeotsof
the suld e-ttato (other than *htt Ita* been
legally disposed of); are to pay, deliver or
ttct-otmt Ior the same tn me.
!T. J. ARMSTRONG, -.v
Deputy Sheriff.
New Westminster, B.C., ,__,
Oct. '27th, im. tlwocSTte
Erery Han io feto'Ovn Bngiaou
A.   FEKI.E,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   »Tft-ET
rtrr Jgauwiu BOWi.i, '
SEW   WBSTM1NSTKR,   B. C.
The Gas Compaaiy
the Public that they
are prepared to do
tent with good work-
GLOBES,
l$#H*
S*^* Orders (hay be left at
the  Company's Office,  Hoi-
SAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
A sur"
at hl.om«. aanllto
heart; 0»po.Ue Ike Coia'aim SM«I,
NEW. WESTMTNRim !
'i_i_fcM---A_-_.;(jl_MlKST
r iinrtmmt of all ilxoriptlonii of
ANDVE._Tl.IIS
Cotifltantly on hand, ud nippUad to Fam-
llli1,, Reitauranta, and Steamboat, at the
"U-U-jj-ST rOSRil-.H* l'R.ICl-8.
tnnrt Btgistrj orainnncMSTii
Aa 'alMWMf* UU af »«l St. M, SlKk v,
aaK «T BIMNM Lat lifc IN, In l»«
Olr^»»ao.a»-1.
'JtorfBltsM'*«*•' .OfcBtlrUJATE OK
''W1 Till, ot aeontir Raywoml lo Ilia
eUnve-mcrntlniierl land lia. boen tost'or
rdMtlwyed, unit Hupllprillon lm. lieen liiiutii
fiir,nlaplloalt.Ui«ml|.      ;
No»Im Iii tiimtnt* n*wiiy iivtn that n
fre.1, Certldeato ot Title vill he Inmn-rl In
lOT»?te ttiiSrts to'tir*,*mtBiS''wH»iii
one montli from dat*
R.W.AHMSTIlOMe,
La   ISetsti    O-Mr   "^'^ 'efl",n,r-
*°\e*^«fmis3or, "7rii*0(!t, ie*i.
tlooiffml
Pifilj-liai' Frcirrlplloni »< Faa-
II   II) IteclpM it RpecUltj.
N   B. - Only l'unilne Drop OMd.
Over twenty vear.'e.perlenoe.    mrtSt
woys wanted:
Two mikwii bovr whnt?.*) -si
once lo ..11 the iikiiv i.'oiuinbiruij
Apylr.tThlnlllllc-,     i ihiiilllo
Public Notice
fnUK UNIHIRSIONKIV (THANKS to
■ 1 the kindness nnd'permission of the
Mayor niid -JHy Council) ,\ta weeks wo
re-ttponetl iho Puhllo tiurnn',atu) takes
thisopitiirtunity to' ofti-r nn fnvltannri to
TOstih'tttj* of .New Wt'riimliiKM-r to pay him
nVsit. TnpeT-K nnd Mnfftinines -from all
dlrwtlnns tne rflcelved tot patrons and
v|sitoi+, nptl mote will .bo added in *«-e a
««srtnable Hnpfmrt ts ohtnined. The
ierttntfti-J* .TWoeiitsii month,m adr.wMie,Sf
a ers, Ac., are phIi) forin iuIviui.t. This
amount fo a-butit Sronts n day, or the
coat of ort-f.cigftr for 1.0yen dom perm Isslon
Hi *tfe -news nvvnt ullov-ir the worid.'anil
rleui'itt.(books which may be -.■tiaiiced
every 24.hours! Tliere tn hu cnmpulslon
•fttWut'tlJht,hW, 1 hose who heiievelii«et-
IInv In out. ot ihe rn in and who run enjoy
n d&ettt flr*1 w!lvdAnittle<tM iippi-eclate nils
Institution; tadh-r* nnd simniient are free,
so doubt lews nil the-pnrtten who tiellovoln
Rlwe Ribbon Sfill eome forward atonoe
Rndjolii this altruMlve afRtlr, both for
lelr ofrn iti-Mll antl thut of olhertt. 'Come
oue, eomn alt, and yon will he atUnded lo
hy one whiictin-sonp nil elaBscs,Tls.t
Yours Rnnpeo) fully,
'     ftEKltY W. HUOlW».
New Weat, Aug. 30, im. d.mStte NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Union Reatmurant..
Tenders , _
Notice '....,.;.
Lost j-V..
Removal .''....
. .B. H. Barker-
 H. Abbott
.Leainy tt Kyle
... § Thia Office
.... J. E. Loird
§Ml£§iitislt f oltflten
JHnud.) Evening, November I. mm.
First ReKMar Train.
Ah event that deserves to be recorded in veqr.largo letters in the
history of this eity occurred to-day.
Promptly on time (12:23) tho first
regular C. P. B. train arrived ut the
temporary station, hringing through
passengers, mails, express, aud a
large number of railway officials and
citizens from Port Moody. Hereafter we shall have a daily recurrence
of this gratifyipg experience. New
Westminster is now connected by
railway with, the whole railway system of the continent of. America
Having passed through all the
vicissitudes incident to isolation,;.
to-day she shakes hands with, the
great business world and enters upon
a new commercial era in which we
hope she: wjU find a full, realization
of her largest hopes. The'people of
the Royal City havejnuch.reason, to
congratulate each other today.   ,
BidTlsli.
A few days ago we referred to
roports. apparently well UjUtJieufcicat-
e'd, concerning the canning'of3bad
salmon on the Cplumbia Kiver.
. The Oregonian of a late date seems
to confirm these rumors It says:
" Reports comefrom all directions
of tons of diseased and unwholesome
salmon being shipped to Astoria to
be canned. It seems as if three or
four canuerymen are determined to
make up for a months' enforced idleness in the beginning of one season,
by taking the wornout, exhausted
fish from their spawning beds.
Hundreds of the same kind are seen
in this market, their attenuated
Indies, sickly colors, hooked noses
ferooipyia,teeth presenting nn appearance anything but inviting.'''' Tlie
sight of these lish slaughtered just
as they were ready to deposit their
ova, and, sold for food nr to cannery-
inph in tlii unwholesome condition'
allows that > urgent necessity exists
for the appointment of a fish commissioner iTho will have power to
put: a stop to this thing." W e have
drawn attention to this matter iu
the hops that some steps will bo
taken to prevent such a practice
finding its way into this province.
Our sea farm has been, and promises
to continue, one of our most import-
antfifourcAsiS Wealth, and it would
be a serious disaster if anything
should interfere with the success df
that industry. It has already been
stated that the Board.of Trado at
this city had under consideration
the ne il of appointing an inspector
whose duty it would bo to inspect all
lish put up for the market. If tliis
is thought to be the best way to
prevent the packing of bad lish, let
it bu adopted without delay.
'   mt Hallway Ferry.
, Mayor1 Fell, of- Victoria, told a
-fjinnipeg ij.po.rter that " Mr. .fiuns-
muir ft gohig. to build a class bf
bqnts to nin1 between the mainland
and Victoria to transfer goods and
passengers, right in the cars if neces-
>_ary'" He further stated that this
was the purpose of Oapt. Irviug's
present mission to Ottawa and Montreal. . However, ridiculous Mayor
reinstatement nray-«een,- it does
not appear, tliat he ia the only person
who lias gone daft on the ferry
iju-stipn. tS\a dr'A projwt waa for
a steam ferry to connect the 0. P.
R; terminus at Burrard Inlet with
the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway terminus at Nanaimo, a distance of about forty bi-' fifty- miles.
The 0. P. R. cars were to be ferried
across tho gull and placed on the
island railway over which they
would proceed to Victoria or Esquimalt. When this project came to
be considered the folly of it soon
came into view. The distance by
•water from Biunrd Inlet to Victoria
is nlmut 75 miles, while from Burrard Inlet to Nanaimo is more than
half aa far. When once passengers
and freight had been transferred
from the railway to the steamer at
! Burrard Inlet, it would manifestly
•be absurd to make a aecond transfer
ut Nanaimo for the sake of saving
thirty miles of a run on the golf.
This absurdity was long ago pointed
out by the Columbian, ahd doubtless has come to be recognized by
many of tho people of Vancouver
Island., The new scheme referred
to by Mayor Fell is scarcely less
absurd, What in tbe world do they
expect to gain by taking the 0. P. R.
oars to Victoria, a distance of 71
milea by water] There is absolutely
'■tolling,, except tho gloiy of being
aWe rto aay that Victoria is the
terminus. Tliat a regular line of
ste hum's will be maintained between
the 0. P. R. terminus and Viotoria
J-Leertijiti. Such a sorvice is now
performed 'by the steamer
ir f and when the railway has
i»*»xli«id«il to Vancouver, it will
•Jest, .difficult because of the
I akorteniug of the distance,
libit to extend the 0,
_> or tunnel aoross the
enlion might, be in the
tsis, but auoh a thing
i quite one oi question.
LOST
A T NOON TO-DAY (MONDAY) a small
A ri.it, bl.iukPUHHE,e(mt«vlttiiig several
dolliu-a. Tho finder will be suitably rewarded hy leaving It at this Office.   tlnltS
REMOVAL
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL. AT THE
oiitl of mouth move his business Iuto
Wlnloinute'H new Bulldiu-z, opposite Lytton Sqnure, and uow offer.. His stock of
(•■limit uro at or bolow cost.    Come buy.
JOHN E. LORD,
- "Columbia Street.   -
Adjoining Dickinson's Mont Market.
Now Went minster, Nov. 1,188tf.  dnolml •
TENDER8 Fbrt*
C. P. R. STATION.
TENDEH8 AllE ASKED UP TO NOONj
Saturday, 6th Nov.,
For the .rput'on of a Station nt th. Junction of tho New Wostmlnstor Brunei, with
tho itiiiln lino. :.    ....
PI mis nnrl Specifications oan ho ..oii at
thln'oHloe.
H. ABBOTT,
......      . Oea'l.Sjip'. ..
Port Moody, Oot. Mtu, IHSrJ. dnolld
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ALL HOURS
(DAY OR NIGHT).
Oysters in any Style; i
Board bythe Day or Week.
Uutler the pruKent imiuugeinent everything will be found flrst-class, and price*
are extremely low.
dnplmil R. H. BARKER. Prop-,
■■NOTIOB
tH HEREBY GIVEN THA*. WH rfAViS
L applied to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for ul-toenje to cut, fell
and carry away timber upon and from
the followlm* described Crown Lands,
situate In tho District ot New Westminster'
lst. Commenolnirnt a stakr* planted on
the turn! li shore of Philips Arm, about two
miles from Its mouth or entrance: tlienee
running Enst -10 chnins; thence Nortii 8(t
chains; thence Wettt JO chains; thence
South 80 chains, to place of comment-u-
ment; containing 82Q ucres. be the same
moro or less,
2nd. Commencing ut a stake planted on
the South shore of Fanny Dny, near Its
mouth or entrance; running Mouth 40
chains; thenoe West 40 chinns: thence
North 40 chains; tlienee East 40 chains, to
place of commence ment; containing 100
acrea, he the same mora or less.-, -.- _±-+
hEAMY AKYLttV
.New Westminster, November, itBO.     _j
wno-lml      .♦>■
18H.
GRIP! »
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1886.
THE AlMOF-M-iRlP'-iHtosct forth, In
lit an ImpiirUtiliuiil independent iobii-
tter, the passing event*, of Cun.idli.n pollt-
loal and not-lit 1 life. Its CarttMtns np*..i.k
more dotlnltciy ami more plcaslimly than
wholo columns of Miltoi-htl. In tl-Is pungent, easily itppri-finble, and artistic style
of priMentiiiKa subject, the whole situation is revealed at a glance. The success
tst Grlptiliow* how well this fnut. Is appreciated—It* Curtoouson Miepit-isliiif political events of- the country being even
move eagerly sought after Hum the chaste
and humorous letter-press of the paper,—
though tho hitter Js equal l<> that of uny
similar pul die atl on on the ci»i.-ln*.nt.
The publishers of Grip uro making extensive improvement.** for 1880. The old
cover Is to be discarded, and the'Journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, arud Ue
printed nn heavy toned and (.alendf.rt.il
paper,—every nu in tier I wing st> Artistically
executed as to compare favorably with
the l-'-*jl papers on the continent. The
advts. will be compressed and more systematical) v arranged; while similar Improvements will tie mude as tothe letter-
press. A uow uml handsome design will
adorn thc title pufc; while tin. Cartoons
will certainly not miner from extensive
improvement* In the artistic department.
The pride or Griji will licrenfter betSe
yenr, which Is lower than Mint, nf any
papor of Ils kind lu America,—most of
them selling for $5. Single mun hers of
■ Grip will be 10 cents. ll  -.  ,n ■■ '
Twice a yenr.at Mldsumuior and Christmas, a beautiful special number will he
issued, the nun.iier of pages being increased, and plt-'tsti-K feature* introduced,
particulars "of which will be given In preceding issues. The to numbers will be
presented to HuhwjrtberM without extra
charge. fit ■' ■• •"
GRIP'S PLATFORM:    '
Humor without Vulgarity; ' i- •*■
Patriotism without I'm. -mishlp;
Tru tli. without T$ii.;>er.
Only $9 m Year, Postage Free.
Address thc Grip Printing and Publishing Company,".llund 28 Kront.Street, West,
Toionto; or leavo jour -order with	
bookseller or otlicr rocttl agent.
British Columbia Milling and
Mining Conmany (limited).
h&r
COSTIYENESS
offccl. nerloualjr all tho digestive and
iirr.inulatlvo origans, Including the Kid*
neys. -|VlicDtlici«ioiwui»ariiwap-cclHl,
tliej- Ml 10 .xtraM from th. blood Uw
uric acid, whicli, carried through thc dr.
oulatlon, cauncs ltheumntlsm und Neil.
The functions et the Liver we alio
affected by costivencss, causing
Bilious Disorders.
Among the van-in; nvmiitom. of Blllout-
neu are Nausea, Dlulnen, Headache,
Weakncm, Fever, Dlmnen of VUlen,
Ycllowncri. of Skin, l'ebia In the Side,
Back and Shmiklorrr, t-ou. Mouth, Vurrtd
Tongue, IiTrpilarltv III the action of the
Bowela, Vomiting, etr.
The Stomach Kuffirr. when the bowel,
aro constipated, nnd IntHgeetlou or
Dyspepsia,
follows. Fetid llrcnth, Oaatrle Fain,,
Headache, Acldltv of tlm Stomach, Witer-
brush. Nervousness, nnd Depre_.lon.are all
11 ueyiI'nniuu, .re an
evldciiecsof the imsencunf thisdlilrcw
Ing malady. A Sure Relief tot Imgn-
larltlcs of tbo Stomach and all consequent
Ing maliidv.  A Sure
larltlca of tho Stomach	
dheaws.wlll be found I* the ok at
AYER'S PIUS.
They stlmulato llio stontaoh, free the
bowel., hcalthfullv invigorate the torpid
liver and kidney., uud by their clcauilng,
lit.lln. i.ii.l louk properlle., alrangtben
ud purify the whole system, ud natore
It to a Mlutary and normal condition.
rnirABBD BT
Mt. 1. C. Ayer £ Co, Lowell, M«_e.
BoiabyallDmil-*., noi.r
F0R_RiWT>
FROM THB FIBST OF **pVEMBEI«-
on «-roonie« Houn o» ^M»fHi*Mitj
AHo-Proin tli. Flint iX' fte*«mi«^-»
large Store, with basement, on Columbia
Btreet, centrally .Hunted, r  ,7rp
APP,y,°H-!**nYV.11ifll«D**r*.
ttonun. Land Agent,
%       ..  A88M8-BJST NO, R.
•ajOTICE IS HEREBY OIvlBN, lhat an
B A«sessnio«l ot ONE CENT per shore
Ah heiuk levied Upon tlie me^ben ot the
above Company, Movable at the Com-
3ftl'« olHee (now Bunk.ot British Columbia building, Goveriiiiieiit.'trcet.VlctorIa).
The stock on which the above assessment remains unpaid alter the 1st dny of
November next, shall from nnd utter that
date be deemed delinquent
Dnted 28th September, 1888.
By ordor or the Directors.     !       ■'
W. MONTEITH,
. dwoo.n-1 . ..   .■■-■ ...    Secretary.,,
UTOETH
G02h£JPjA.2<TT
Capital,  $3,000,000;   losses
' PMtl, |48,00«,O00
btwMlalaed _•*«»»
Rat«jf>as; Lbjj* m, ?py other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.     J
tr Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted. ' ''
t^a.P'EARisdN,
doc-tc (B. C. S. A P. Co.) AQENT.
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,01
'.','". ''   lNJIli.BLT)
ESTABLISHED 1821
EiskBr-vkenat jtatei
as Low as any other'
Reliable Comp'y.
t R. PEARSON,
doc7lc *    ia C. 8.« 1'. Co.) Aqent.
GENERAL
 X-
C0MPI_ETE STOCK KJF
Ofl'l    li:l!i  -jiil.      !    i!l;
AT COST OR
mmh\K~~
CALL
ilw-jtyinto
»®*THAT-^*
&■ t
WAWX.
Jj Of;
$1.26 -oMHi?- $i.2^
DISTRICT OF
Iwfestainster
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1.25.
Thia Map haa been produced ut
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information sever before available respecliug the most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line ot
the O. P. K. ahd extensions,
pBUYACOpY,
(Of!...1 ■ .Cl.J ,
rtlBI.IMHED BY
Real  "tiUte, Insurance ana
financial Agents,
Wiriv A-rt.steiiNSTEi.j yto-db- vru
ANU VICTORIA.
FOR .8ALE AT
T.Ri Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
■■ apWlc
Cheap Stoves
Just Received via O.
P. B. one car-load of
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of k'tftt Gurney&
Co. and are well
;kn«T*»ltobethebest
in thje,)piiiri;et. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are oftfering these
Stoves at a slight advance on oost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
"■&-■-. r o m
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
COMIMIIIA HTIIKKT.
""--O-fR-ii "Tf
Carpenter ^6 Builder
Pt»n» nnd SBccircallonii for ill
J '   kinds tr Bullillncs can'.
"• ■ rtnif f»iwrc«.'
.TOBBIim NKATLY AND UARKFUL-
!r|viff--jfflW-'',.'j
All in*i'« left at'Oeciriinit Aetet, ur at
th. .litruiil \v. JoluiBoii, Columbia street,
will rvceiv. prompt rittniition. Your fa*
vor'-nH-ll.wl.'  ;   ■'■''' "",1.'   '' 'ioOt*
-rZ,J'©,M,I<PMf"
1   'citv SdiiveNatftj'* -
IH  Nd'*'   rilliJl,ARKl)'''fi!)   HKMOVK
1    NlglitHoll, lliy Itillilrlrrli.rli'.
-' All „r,lew'pNini|illy.cx.iliil,!<l nt r«Hj«,ii-
.1,1., rail's , /,. MMimi,
j' ilni'iii'i.j   ' ■ i      . ....
EEM01TAL.
.'* .il.,; iTiioiTi- n. ■!" ....••,
UANIIIHIUH.HAVETAJ.I.NPKFIOKH
T\ .»•■ Mm iniini'f „f,MHrkHKlc. iiml
Jlatloiiii *llrir_|», on. blot,* aliow Colli lull, M.J, wliero li,r;v. nic io*'pi',»|ilifHto
Q^OBgsHOUSE!
MJL.   EAjii &
HAS RECEIVED  A  VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW MERCHANDISE!
m >\ ,;:.: f~:_.<T*npftfmGor—    -'■'■'■ ■"- '-■ *
nery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheet-
8:t  ings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Uadies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
■    jTkfi Millinary is thir lliiest ind liirgest Stock on the Mninlahd. ' No
iinoil to jjo to Viotorin,       .;.:,.- JJ' ;'•'
I)HESS GOODS in the now mntorials snd shades tor thin season.
We cull attention to the famous SEA 8ERCE) which we
h»ye|ut various prices—37Jc, 80c, 621c. and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
rain, and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORI6I1JA1. POLO|ft.' ,,,, .,',
' The'GENTO' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with "|"|e$, BW-
ces, Shirts, So
Men's Hats,
udw(Hj25tc_,
5   -JtCnf tt,-d tt ,ww nnd fashionable utoek of
***!*T
.!' J. .
_ESj_-_,_E3,       "
_Mr_4._s--AC.-B-a:
ALEX. MAMILT&N
.....StoHE-tu-i-.teg.,,
If AH fiEVEABn' i/UDbf -VO.NNEOTION
Jtl with Jolm Mortimer, of Victoria,
and uinlpptiikfN tofurniHli
All kinds of MohutnentaLWbrk
AT T*lEA8dNA*Br.K'RATEli - ■ ■■
Alttii.tftkcHPtmtTaots for Mason WOrk,
In all Its bmnitlu-s. , .,*>.-. ■ -    -f
Agent/or lliiu-rti SluVt-o Oulfriilereit
AjifctUet*. _    .     ^,".-1...:   ■     ..
P. O. Box i:io. Now \Vestmiii8ier.'
t  ::      ■■   ■■:■■ iiw-ltttt   I      ti ".    • rn
IV THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster District.
aE^T
Ifl
OB_fcTI>HMKNi-At'rt.e unrnent n'qWflflt
of * iiito number of tlie Kleotora of thl|i
blHtrlot, I hnvo coaiiotitod to come forward
ub a candidal^ to till thevflonncy In the
Dominion Houhc of CommonR occasioned
hy tho lumeiitetl death of yonr late repr**
ii.enUitlW.'ilft.Honior. At un early ilktot
alitiH' iiubllsh my address and mnke A_\-
polntmotitH to meet you at varlona places
throughout the lUstrlct fori (he purpose of
dlitruiffllilg -time liyl'-poriAi-t ■ ]lttt>llo> q«es-
tlons,
Your OUotllent Servant,
'' doclfltc -:' t»6mArt C'DNmNOttAm. ;
PACIFIC
MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS OF
liln   ..
rrTlrirrl II, l,H.!ln^.*
..J,^fe8s,,,^argpfls,
Delivery Wttfons,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons, :«
iii.-.,   Butcher
\PA' ■iW^m^a-t]
•UrtiyB,,'       Stagetf.
' AND   BVERYTHINi;   IV   THK
, VEH-CI.K ,1-IKB.       •
We lial-e a "lar-i atiiok' at must of
tlio alrovc artioloa on hand, nlao a large
Kcp-lirTiiB, ralntins JfTrllUltfe
tlono at i-ciiHomiltlu prices.
to!
In nU its 1-tranehes.
K-"tiiiiate.i  given   on   I ion work, antl
jContrRetH ttwhrn   *.A«n(:t,Jttt«*l Js,jjfei
rni-nts matin tuul reyuiivil, nntl all Ijintls
of IrbiiwdrK'for'na*1 MiltW,' Logging
Camp* hnd Fnrhuii-s, kept In stock and
mode to ortl^r. ■ '.!        '■■•.•■in-\
' Hon^shocini; ntid fllciicnil
JobWiisf.   '-'■''■■ "!V'A
We also keep in -took "toaupply t\ie
t+ft'tlfe, Iron, HtBM;'diaifwlLCninlwHiind
Conl, I Horse' ami lO.iC Shoes, Harrows,
Iron »l»l StB-al H-tii-ort'u'iV'utli, Carriage
Soriiuia and 4*^4 ^*|j> complete stock
of Carriage HaVthvivi-c,'
Parties reiiuiring niiything in bm-'lina
will And lij inwetmng onr stook that
llww dop-fretjuife to _o to Viotorbi to
|dt%hiit thoy Want, M'Weytitirgot a
(•uperjf-r ar^flo nt a wiwoimble prioe
here. uJn»iiv-i
We are also manufacturing and selling
the-q#hnitedYr,r''bijFipff}''
VICTOR   HAY  BAT
: At reduced prices. It in- the Iwst wid
clieulM-Ht IVt'Ka.in the niurUt    Mu  f'_
M*W»ltiiveK'H. the lies I. workmen Uilw
Imd In tliaftountiy, und we Import nourly
all the Mock we line from thu east-itopii)-.
(inently ve cnu offer InditcemontB tu n\\t*
: fitiitHprs Unit we could nol hnv« done some
time uro. All mittorlnl and work 1-mvIiih
tin-*>mi|t will lie fiinrnntet-tl to lie Justus
ri-pi-fNcntml. Orders from the country
liroinpllyutlcnrli'tlto.
tfifnclntt"
RBI&&OURRIE.
INSTRUMENTAL'^AND'Vocal
MUSIC;'
■ Bin- '   Jl'.l/.'
"0
, DOAK HAfi  ARRIVED FROM
' Enst, nnd In now prepared to re*
ccTvo t. llmit**d nnmbcr (if puplfs." "inirtfti*
mental,$5 per month. Vocal,7Sc.aleiwoh,
strictly in udvancn. Apply from 9 to 11
n.m.,'ito 4 p.m. .Corner of Colnmbia nnd
Church Sta. ociailm -
"""'2Sr©TIOELr^.'"r'
,:.,•!•** .:"ini;t>,,-)
The Shonwap and MinagRB tall-
way Company., .   t. . '
TAKE NOTICE THAT A GENERAL
moetlnis of the sub-tcrlhertt to the
capital aUwk.Of the Company, ylll beheld,
at the offlco or Messrs. Onvle A rooltoy,
Lanitlfy Htrcpt, Victoria, on uatunlay
the 2itli tlay of November neit,Ut W
o'clock noon.     ,,_■ ..   -
By Order of the Provisional DUeetors of
the Company,
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
Dnted 17th day of.Oefober, 18*J.  doe'.Ma
Sew Pornitnre!
Have receWftl direct from Quebec a
lergf conslKiimeutof (|
SPitINO   MATTRESSES,
THB MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC J, AND
CLEAN ARTICLE ' '
Wlilirh I. lii.nllfHclnrfd.  Oan he taken
apart and packet] InaamalUpace, dool8m
Re-Opening!
J. 8. MANSON
bnn III
■   '.'•"■UMIHIPlS-.Bn A HHOP O*    Wi
tofwmiWsiisxm*?',
.ono'l  'biolttttU
*'Jwt Door t-t the Rlfbt from Colun*bla
ftftVct, and will have alwaya on hand
i •        . u f^i_ll iisKortinotti of
'■  ' ■"■Ju'JJfll.i
AND
I*"
i.nA  PERFECT  FIT
,(ia>rmie,tlkien*tsC*ie.
.asist.mxsswt ;•:,■/      ;i ,
ASSOCIATION.
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lifivKSeiosit
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H U D OFFICE, TORONTO, CANADA
.). I ,}i,'r/:i' ■•)/./.'■/
This. _\-**ifici'i!tk»n>.'T*c*i;ifs the
confidence the Public Is reposing, ji). it from   the   following
The
tinsiirl
io Uf'lMr.
p«^fttp?!,V%oWtt
[less Iii Canada,
Ii hnsMo H'ttphiMof titsttniwa/ but tha
well-estHbllshed lines, hence tha policy
lmldfricannot t* UnlfclM an toMtefroon-
tracts.
Its KtaOmenbi t-o tha publio oati 1* readily underxtood, Ita emh statement show*
I nt every item of In-r-ome and how e«p«n-
d«l.n   1'"   ; '■
i ItspoHliloulsiitteerlalnedaimually from
a detailed valuation In whK'B every Item
of HnNtltyiainoludcd.     , ,>/.;■' *i*- I
'Ita pnifretM has been uneaampUd In
history of Insurance In Canada.     ,
u trsMHiidk _?«_.' in_iui>iit_»f_i J ___H4r iltreo
utile basis.   Tlie profits to\
tli. uniform bona. *>lan of rll.lrlbullon.
MI»r.ir.(HHII.5l M M (nMlHtlM
J. K.~ MnoDONALP,
■ "    ■ :' Hanadu Omalfr.
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ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St
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.it cwniauO -h'< we
OOMMERCAL
PRINIINQ
Every Description
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PROMPTLY1 EXK0UTKD       '
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III   lilir    ',■ Hi
Legal Blanks,
, -i pi fli   • . j,... ,,r -il • nl
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or Colored Work.
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COMMERCIAL fRWTHMI
An lar Ixjonrl thnM ol ur ol_.re.Uk
lWlia.nl on tin MaWan*,«_u) our Kim
will aonpan favimbly -with Uuim ol
Victorll'''""'1 ;    '" ■'•„•■'>'*■<'i»  "j''i
- Done on Ita Premium,
Wa havt a itn-ettm BULIN.I UA-
O-HNH, and an ftw-tu-A to mh all
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0. R01SOH, Miapr THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
,     ;'.     PUBLISHED
ptBRSSSggg.......!'.,„..„ ..BB
Fog the CpttMOKs.— Mr.   John
Kirkland authorise. u» to .tato  tbat
v\   ,k   published    ,,    .^   r, mrajana aumonsea as ni aiaie war
f-jnafy jSfietf,^, fttn-t «n»a«V,   J * r he will be a candidate for the vacancy
•U'Ji/it UwtfHpJW J wij 1 inithaiJfflnlnicil Parliament caused by
■nmil Ommu liKTlwiif «• HinnMCor1'-        •    —  -
At the Company. Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Delivered In the Cits' dally...SSo. per week
Mailed daily, one year 410.00
Mailed dally, six month.  5,50
Tra-aiil«IA«lv«rtlMeiiinitft.-P,i'flt Insertion, 10 cts. per Hue solid nonpareil; ench
subsequent consecutivelnHertfon,2ctfl. per
line. Advertisement not Inserted every
day, 10 cts. per line each Insertion.
HUadiBg AdvertlHemekm. —Regular
——nt_.
p per montliTa IffsTWi VmuiETO! % coiT
R.75; 1 eol. lis. If Inserted lor leu than 3
mon. 10 per cent, wilt be added.
Special Nolle.. amonK reading matter,
20 eta. per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention tn advertisements, lOcts.
Births', Marrlnircn mul Dcrttlis,91 for each
Insertion: S'uneral1N,ollees In connection
wlthdelflis.MliM.bachliisertlftr?' '
Aurllon Dales, when displayed,chnrged
tT, per cent, less tnnn transient advts, It
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLtfMHt',
■Mlied every Saturday Morning.
Delivered ln the City, per »eur.....y.......!1.00
Mulled, per year 1.,..,.:.■■> I— IIM
Mailed) (I mont-js.' i.t^.'.-.-.s.lsJ.... 1.25
wim. Aoytsmmo mtei.
inWt*fif_J*WonS_l«W*ner ' "" '
I m.adlaa Adrertl.em«u.-For 1 Inch,
| 11.50 per montlii 21ns. S2 per in.; 3lns.S2.00
: per m.; 1 col. J12.75 per ni. If lii-^ajJS
less than 3 moB. 10 per cent. WBI Jt^.aMen;
J tothenerates. f*-* ■* '*
Special notices nmong reading matter,
ots. per line each Insertion.
I    Cats mnstbeall metal.anfrtprlargccuts
nn extra rate w»|M___H-  No inlvt.
lusortod In eitherfcstMgrleSlIthan 81.
iti-sh Columbian
i
I    N.aday Evealna, November 1, l«ts.
For ladies gw'-ti^'Wrtf'M*
Hon Marohe. "     «oii2flwl
A tino  assortment ol ladies' cashmere ierseyajat-tSeBiiK MiMie.
tt^MilcM*l!7*m
A few were permitted to witness the
execution of the CU-uaiiuin this morn-
i»ej8 tavoT
The finest selection of Hats and Caps
in the city will bo found at the Bon
Marohe.  doo28wl
We are pleased to Bee that an at-
tonipt ts Wing,maile t» itupwye FroUt*
Street
TUtsw st^les'iH-'Mantte'JOlotha'lor
winter wear, now, .opening at J(as. Ellard JkCrfB."""1'11   "'   5***«18to
A choice lot of fur gopds for  ladies
and gentlemen "may" be seen at Ihe
Bon Marche. d28olw
A line assortment uf Carpets and
Carpet Squares just arrived at Jas.
Ellard A;9s,'p.t.;,.s.,ji: ^JilWiStc
Tenders are asked Inr the erection
of a station at the Westmin.ter June-
liounjt'^rir.fjg '11 y-fjjqji i)ij'j!
A splenfliff assortment' or tleiltt'
Underwear at astonishing low prices at
the Bon Marche, doc28wl
For Sale—Hotel doing 4 gr
J-ttE-fini «Ww
I . The latest styles lh Men's hard and
{.soft Felt Hats, English and American
Tics, at Ellard it Co's. doelSto
"The "last 0. P. It. s'leainer' for* ilie
y steamer will leave Port Arthur, Lake
1 Saperinrfp* th» 13thinst,nu_.,_
r MishlnWlhatarDurUdiyitli
will accopt nomination as represenlu-
tive of Winnipeg in the house ol criminous.
Pe^tft'n.WrUSKS
vey of Ihe line ot the proposed Okana-
It is reported that tlio Quebec legislature will meet early in December so
is to decide (.tiether Iho j-'overhmeftt
hat the ounSdekc* of the'hoiw Ja >
Tho number of strangers in «he oify
those dnys is unusually large. This
moming the Colonial' niid to make the
entry on thi) jpgistor, "no more room."
Mr. Holland who has tbe contraot of
Work will be liegnu 'on them next
*MS*.-''ri ' .'I'-Ki t'lIB   r'J-'JJi'j  iJl'IO,':
„.^rJffo8A,»4C
tural designs at Mr. Hill's oilice, McKen*
tie st, and combine economy with utility
and beauty. ilw.sel.1to
-nio'gaawiiicli'fias'ali^y'Deen extensively tested throughout the city
order.
The board ut diraoton of the Koyal
Oolumbia Hospital beg to acknowledge
with thanks tfcmijj**-if .mttlfW
collectiniis taken in the Baptist church
Tliis has been an eventful day for
Now Westminster. Tmins havo pvuir
uienced running, gas tills oeen timiofl
on and a hanging naa taken place in it
WMt-MJ-p-M *-"T';'''
Trial prove., that honest, llithel».t
policy In meirlcW 'kt W 'as WMet
thiius. Ayer's Ssrsaparilla is a genuine
fXijAtliS, in'lheliAallcd blood purifier, decidedly superior to all other*.
»"»»i li'r.rJ"V! J*'"'11' loiLajii"   '
In addition to our new stook ol
foods we have openedlrurl invaeea
liagonals, West of Kngland Broadcloths
and French  Casstames.    Walsh the
Model Tailor.   Hihbbrt Wauh, Manager, r _'_      >vt,>°
HundreiU' bl letters from those using
Ayer's flair Vigor at
restorer of gray hair
As a stimulant aud tonic, preventing and
often oaring baldita—, and-cleansing and
soothing the scalp, Its use cannot be too
■a^-tow-i?  Vlll,
The euitoms rtooipts at Viotoria for
170,012, Inclusive ul #3(18 fur Ohinese
head *M. '9111- 'tikmk-.''4-iUit <t»
10,700 oompared with tht same period
list year. Compering this with the
returns from this eity, it shows that
■t-A+t-.f *m ,wBlinr«l|)tndMretaiiig
3<»*jw««»i|!,\y^fc?«^,,0,
In the ooinpetitiun for the JflfnUn--
eup whieh took place ou Saturday,
simultaneuuslyM-Vlctmin, and in this
<s\_. The ton More, 49 pointa, wm
j. b>*#ul«-|P«i^'of vf tor*,
wKo will accordingly hotol the cup for
competitors with a score ot 411. The
-Wi* so-Mtt-tmiiaW    **.'-VT
the death ofthe late Mr. Homer.
-   ,io."   'SOiio-d&wte
 , *. ,	
Gomiionb EtEcnoM.—We aro authorized to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field as a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer/ ' - ,'■ ' ' ilwoo25tc "
-1.—__j—11 ■ _»        _—1__
Good TBurtiim.—A publio meeting
wis held at the North Arm school-
house on Thursday, tbe 28th ult.,
when after an addreis tho Golden
Rult Lodge iHo.'fe'lrO. Q. T., was
organised by Grand Chief Templar
Rev. X A. Wood, aiid tbe following
officers Were installed: O.T.,GeoW.
MeRaBi V; T. Priicilla Rowling; Ste.,
""4' W.'.H^wliuK, Jr.'••' P. Sec,... A.
Lawson;Tress., Mayo Lawson; Ohap.,
A. Mitchell'; M., J. T. Moure; Guard,
Jack Lawson; Suutinel, D. E. Daniels; P. 0,-T.|*j H/ Rowling, Jr.;
L. D„-"j; 'Quiglei-rR.' 'H. S., Mary
Howling"; L. H. S., E. Stirtan; A.
Sec„1,^;*BJiir)ilig,:,. J ■'*„, . ■ ' ■'
I        ,ii.,aVi nlKirie *,ihi'jr.—-
REtarvttio oviitt' nts Canadian.—
Ever since tho completion of the Canadian Pacific railway to Puget Sound,
about July lit, G. Davies & Co. liave
ordered their goods shipped from the
et.tby,*ay of the Canadian Pacifio.
The goods would come plainly marked'
" via Canadian Pacific," but instead of
coining by that road they wero landed
here by the Northern Pacific Complaint was made to eastern "shippers,
mill per Monday last the abort firm re-
cekreU ,M Iftst' Wil of '.^goocli, * as.
atht^J, oyer i the Canadian PatMo
.railway. It is to* be' hoped that arrangements will suoh be oompleted by
whioh oiir merchants can give their
patronage to tha Ganadian road- with
the full confidence that tboir goods
will come by that route.—Seattle Post.
■What Toronto's well-known .Good. Samaritan saysi "1 have been troubled,
with Dyspepsia and Livor complaint tor
over 20 yenrs, and I have tried many remedies, but never found an arttoles that
has done sb much good as Northrop &
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and dyspeptic Cure/ n   Clara E. I'obtkr.
Ta*goIloj aiBvn*i
Personal.
fBevf. Josj Hall, of 'Vancouver, ■, ia in
thVc'ftyto-tla);.        :'     '      '        "J
Mr. John Teague, architect, of Vic-
Wrjri, caieir up on to-day'a steamer..
Messrs. D. McGillivray, of Sumas,
and McCrea, of Clulliwliack, are in tho
oityTwi 101 ' • ■ 1. ■ :
: Mr. C. Strouss, of Victoria, came in
from the 1 east i on to-day's through
train. . '"'■."
' Dr. Trew goes to Victoria to-iuori'ow
to attend a meeting of the medical
counoil. '
Jrjj, C. L. Street, of Siiiiuis, is in the
city mid proposes to resido here with
hia family this winter.
Tfessi,-.'A..Gi-uiore, .0. C. Shaw,
(Cowan & Shaw) J. L. Beokwith
(Storey &'Co.) John Oarthew, and
Major Dnwflje, of. Victoria, are, in the
miMst..,it"   .''."'
Mrs. Win. Rae returned home today from St. Johns, Newfoundland,
having Jwd the hontr of.caming to this
dty^\MiW^kt\,'*i tiiih Wer
the blM*Ch rnilway,   . . ..■/'
Mr. W.4:,S^wL.-£|iw|4-?L
this oity laat Sntuiiay. Mr. Sandford
is,»,ge*itlein»ii of boti large experiemje
arid Ktu-ttfi;'.ud, betides, J. is one of
Cmiailt's best m*n.   fits is still in the
.Hkt-ti As YELM)Wlt that of tbe ■•H.at.
IM-Chincsc," in eonMMence of Mh ta
tho bloedV growfalr UMwholeSoinelook.
in* tjalri when Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and mat blood pnriifcr
it u,cd tO'jelal toatned bowels and
e«uUke liilliotu poison trom tM.tinnila-
ttoff Ithepatle and Mood Imf™**'-
are jilanfriven out by it, digett
atmd,j-M tht syetem btneflte) iu *t»ery
wayltiW J        , ■    '^r.
Tiie Execution or AD Stiet.
" All Suet; tht Ohintmirftonvicted at
the spring assise. Mel at V-lt
ol', ihe murdw ol ,oi*e Ah
Fnon, w.s«xe«utad:»t ^^oftstlk thu
morning within tht precincts of the
New WostmiiuHor jail, He met his
eud like ani.n. Contrary tu th» expectations of h|a keepers, he Walked
unasaiited to the gallows, and hsiirilig
Aniulited the platfnrm', kuelt in eoin-
|mny With Father Harris and offered
ip a short prayer.    He eiinuiiunced.to
." ^kW-tt
fatal norr-e and spring the trap, witen
it was all over with liim. Thu crime
fur which Ah Suet has .titTercd the ex-
trotlie penalty uf tliu law wns unltiulil>
ted I mili'i lAm-p S|ieiice*« liriilge In
August, 1S83, kbcii Ali Fuojl -Ins
•tabbed 'to Jeatlii aid nibbed.
Aniiing the property uf the dend man
was nruz wdjthij ling it,wtin*rhioh
brought the crime home tu tile -murderer. In the early part of the pres
ent yenr the ring waa ■■•Id )>*- Ah Suet
tb another Ohinoman.   It waa airline-
IrtW-clii-lii tirotll-f »oW.
ciimatanbial evidence faateneil guilt ml
the niniier parly. He was seniviiced
_k> dtalKlu Jnfie last, b it up aowunt
of develcpinent. in the famous Sproule
ciue wasrrilrirltvM'till tlint r'al Ill   be
settled. He told Mr. Mnreshy, guv-
ernor of the jsil, yesierday, ihat he
.Mil-Well » hadtlliall, Mid ns , milch as
ffinfjseAhflorinie. Jt«_J«iHt«i life
rei|uest that his body ahould be sent
back  to China, which   the jail.r of
<*
k'
Execntion or Albert Mallott.
HE DIES WITHOUT MAXIM! A ITATWENT.
ByTclegriiph.
KAMioopiii Nov. I.---Albert Mallott, who murdered Andrew Johnsun,
Aug. 16,1885, abuut 15 inilts east of
Revelstoke, wu hanged in the gaol
yard here thit morning. The prisoner, who it only 22 years of age,
mounted tht scaffold with a firm tread,
and never uttered a word after leaving the prison door. "Rev. Mr. Horlock accompanied the prisoner to the
scaffold, and after a few minutes spent
in prayer the trap was sprung, it exactly 8 o'olock, and Mallott .wung
into eternity. The neck was broken
and death was instantaneous. At
8:07 Dr. Olarke pronounced life extinct, and at 8:40 the body was cut
down and will be buried just outside
the gaol yard at 13 o'clock today.
Mallott was sentenced at Kamloops
assizes, Sept. 15th, 1885, to be hanged
Oct. 7th, 1885, but was reprieved several timet. He was the first nun ever
hanged here, and considerable excitement prevailed. Hundreds congregated around the gaol yard on
buildings and wagons, and the hill at
the baok ol the.gaol was covered,
.Only about 30 were admitted to the
gaol yard.*' The' prisoner's last request, to take off his boots, was granted. He said he did hot want 10 die
with his boots 011. Sheriff Phair and
his assistants deserve great credit for.
tht manner in whieh everything waa
conducted, as tho arrangements were
most complete in eveij particular.
Johnson, who had spent ill hit! money
in Mallott't saloon, asked for a cigar,
and on being refused helped himself,
and was fallowed out by Mallott and
shut down like a dug. ...... ...
"Under the Gaslight."
THE KOYAL CITY UCHTED IT CAS.
The Columbian congratulates the
people of New Westminster on being
able to read their daily paper this
evening for tlie first time by gas light.
Such on event as the turning on of the.
gas is one ot great importance to the;
city, bringing ■» >' does into clearer
light the evidences of our material
progress. The event is scarcely aa
important as that of the railway, but
the benefits which are found in the
use of gas nre very great, and no
other improvement, perhaps, is so'
marked and so quickly observed as
the welcome glare of gas lamps upon
the streets.
The New Westminster gas works
were built by the B. 0. Construction
Company, of whioh Mr. A. A. Green
is president, Mr. 0. D. Rand secretary, and Mr. J. L. Stamford general
manager. The oompany obtained a
franchise to build, the works on the
lst of Maroh last, when lots situated
on Edinburg, Pelham and |Fortesqiie
streets were purchased for the'aite.
These lota ore about 24 acros in extent. Wrk was at once caainieruwd,
and iii April active building operations
were started. I The main building,
which is of brick, is 85x37 ft., and is
subdivided into retort house, exhauster room, purifying room, and station
meter room. The conl shed is a 50x30
frame building with a capacity of 300
tons. The gas holder tank is of brick
laid- in cement; mul iB 02 ft. in dinin-
eter'.b'l 20 ft. depth, inside measurement.- ' The gas holder is 00x20, with
a capacity of 68,000 cubic feet, or of
a sufficient size for n city with 10,000
inhabitants. Tlie worka are also located with a view to enlargement. As
they nuy stand the works have cost
805,000. Everything about thein has
the appearance of being of the most
substantial character and they are
woll known to have boen constructed
after the most modern and approved
plan.. . Anyone who visits them can
not, fail to notice the absence of n
smoke stack whicli is seen on works' of
the old pattern.
Believing it would be of interest to
our readers, we are enabled, through
the kindness of Mr. Stamford, to give
a brief description of how gas is made.
The , modus openndi is as follows:
The coal, after being weighed, is introduced into the retorts in proper
quantities, where it is subjected to a
temperature of 2,000 degrees Falircii-
huit. This distils tbe gas, which
ascends into tlii) hydraulic' main where
it parte with its fair and utmiioiiicnl
liquor, -(he refuse which is left in the
retorts is termed coke. From the hydraulic main, tho. mu* goes to the condenser, Where it is induced tu the
Sroper temperature. From the _on-
enser it goes to the washer anil scrubber, where it ia deprived of its ammonia. ■' It then pjisscs ml tq the
purifiers, east iron boxes 10x12 tilled 1
with oxide of iron and lime, which '
cleanses the gns uf sulphur ami other
remaining inipuritiiM. Then it passes
through the station tiietei', wliich measure, the quantity liuillllfiiuttirud.   The
gas next posses on to tlio gns huhler
previoqsly meutiniied. Froin.•here it
is.brought,ogajp into, thu statijm qieter
jroom, on its way to the town, when-
the pressure is regulated by a new governor, '*«, most ingenious contrivance
for automatically regulating the pits-
sure. From the governor it passes
along the netwurk of mains, into which
ore tapped service pipes leading, into
the consumers' houses. The small
meter in each establishment registers
the quantity burned.
jjTj   ft ijjptj_ [ j fi   n  j
N^r'Wtratminst^r UistriBt.
GENTI.EMEN.--As n successor tft-yrorui-
lftte repre-fifiitittlve lu tht- Cm-nitons will
soon have to be elected, I hereby announce myoelf a candidate for the iiosi-
tion.
I purpoie publidblug an address lu
which I will give myvlewsonthemoHl
Important questions affecting your Inlt-r-
eatB, und will vl«lt the different settlements and addreM. the electors before
election day.    - ,  v
In Politic*, Jam-anal-'/!/ bcTiioitorfiit-
LV INDEt-KNUKKf.'
. Yours respectfully,
dwociBto -' .        T. J. TRAPP..
Forma! OpehlnicorOar Kailway
THE FIRST TRAIN ARRIVES TO-DAY.   f
The event; to which our citizens liavo
been looking forward for years with
great expectancy has at hut taken
place. At precisely 12:23 (schedule
time) the tirst passenger train over the
New Westminster branch of the O.P.
P. drew up at the temporary station
erected bn Lytton Square. Tile eiti-
zeiiB have been so often disappointed
with respect tu the completion of thia
road, that although an otHcial announcement appeared in Saturday's
Columbian, .a great' ipany people were
in doubt as to tlie actual arrival ofthe,
train. . It was i not until tlie .whistle oil
tliis locomotive removed all doubt,
therefore, that i>eople generally accepted the fact, and immediately everybody
made a rush for the station. This train
consisted of locomotive,' post office,
express and baggage car, a sleeper, two
first-class coaches, and an emigrant.
car. * Among those oh bb'ari were Mr.!
Harry Abbott, general superintendent,
Mr. Wm. DoWnie, assistant superintendent, .Mr. Brown, traffic superintendent, and other railway officials,
The train contained 75 or 8p passengers, among whom wer6 'a'c-kfeitle'rabic
nnmbefc' fiom Port' Mttettv;' "After'
stopping a minute ov two at-Lytton
Square the . train came down to the
C.r.N; wharf Where'tlm paBsemrc-r*}
disembarked. .Here Capt..('larke(tt!i:l
a deputation from the Poit Mo- .ly
Prioress League caiue forward and the
captain presented the unyoi- witli the
following address:
To His IVprithin. Roperl Dickinson,
Mayor 0/ New WeAminster, and thi
Members of the Council of the name,—
May it Pleim Your Worships;, We, .tha
—"""it,., viee*l•n*sideut,..ant^.'sB9r(^t^tr>',
of tlie Port Moody Proareps League;'iind
representing, He we believe, the feeling
of the generul community of the people
of Port An. ody, wish to congratulate you,
and through you the citizens of New
Westminister, on this happy occasion ©t
the opening of the New Westminster
branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
We (somo of us old residents of New
Westminster) teel much. felicitude ion
this extraordinary event, and we must
cohliaHy congratulate you on -this auspicious occasion wheu New Westminster has thus become , practically connected with thc great railway system of
Nortii America. We eiaoerely hope awl
tiusl} that this event, oonuccting as li
must the ' deep' sea terminus with the
fresh water terminus of the C. P. 11.,
WiU eventuate ia Incoming highly profitable to ihe material interests of the
Royal City of New AVestminster'ito well
as Port Moody. Repeating our congratulations, wo have the honor to subscribe
ourselves, your most'obedient servants;
Signed on. behalf of the people; of. Port
Moody: J. A. Clarke, President; W.
KUui, vice; P. S. Hamilton, sec.1"-
. To tliia address Mayor Dicl.Uiaou replied briefly liy thanking Capt. Ctnikt-
and the deputation for thoir congintu-
httions aud good wishes. He also publicly thanked Mr. Abbott for fulfilling
his promise to have tho road opened
on the 1st of the month. A general
handshaking followed, and everybody
congratulated everybody elsu upon tlie
accomplishment of the grrnf event.
"Tlie train left for Port Moody shortly
after 13 o'clock.
T   .   ■ ,     .•■'■'■•.	
C. UJ H(i»,\G«yviIlc, 111.., saya: "I
have sold at retail, I ai I Kittles of Dr.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil, guaranteeing
every liottle. I must Hay I nover sold a
medidiie |n,mv life that gavo such universal satltiactiort. In my ojpii oust,
witli; a l*dly ulcei-ated throat, after a
physician penciling it for several drys to
uo effect, tne Kclectric Oil cured it thoroughly in twenty-four hours, and in
threatened croup in my children this
winter, it never failed to relieve almost
in.mediu.ely,"
annually, Canada may offer a subsidy,
but neither the imperial nor Australian
governments exhibit much eagerness to
do so. 'Kew Zealand may.
LosiKH-i, Kov,|.l.—A convention with
China allows England full freedom as tc
ruling authority In Burmah for six
months. Cen. White has established lu
Bui mail 120 fresh posts covering an area
of 1,000 square miles.',       -'
Sofia, NtM^:.-1.—U. -;. Stambouloff
opened the aobranje at Tirnova to-day,
in the presence of all; the regents and
memufji-fi of the cabinet. .Patriotic addresses were made, the speakers dwelling upon the maintaining of the independence of Bulgaria, -The speeches
were received with lotid cheers.
B----...JN, Nov,. 1.—Bismarck has invited Herbert,'-French' ambassador, to
visit him at Varzin,     -
l-osnos; Nov. 1.—To-day being ^h*
se mi-annuil settling day at the , 11Ssk of
Kngland, it is a holiday at that institution and oft-the'-'"'
D. Drysdale & Co.
ARE NOW   SHOWING  A
Sofia, Nov. 1.—At the meeting of the
sirlininj. to-dny Zukeff wrw elected ore.
Biding offlcer. The Engliah and Italia^
agent*. attended 'the meeting. ' Gen.
Knalhara haa refused tb accept the reply
of tlie 'regency to' hi. nltitnatnm. and
will havo Sofia. He tlireateni to bombard the barracks and government build*
ings at Varna if any opposition is offered.to the debarkation of, Russians .at
thntplece..
JUttew*, No.v',. 1,—The king will
open parliament In person on Nov. 0. r it
is understood that he will announce in
his speech the proposed introduction of
a bill provirliug for.compulsory military
aervic,.-^ s:,      ■■   ,      t,ctvt'S-JJJfi
Paius, Nov. I,---It is reported that
the count of Puris,,one night .last,
week, was sitting ill hia .bedroom,
when a man entered the room. Tho
count, ufraid of awakening his wife,
did not shoot, but hurled a revolver at
the inti-udor, who.'fled,'.. Whether he
wus a burglar or a political enemy of
tho count ia not known.
Duuim, Nov.,... Lj-"The Glin,"
county ot Limeriok, bnuwh of the National Leacuc, owing to the trMtment
whioh NakmSaltsta emplorr/ed *y Har-
land & Wolffe, White Star: steamship
builders at Queen's Island,' received
with the countenance of the chiefs of
the firm, calls on members of the.
T.oaj3rue everywhere to see .that Irishmen boycott th? White Star line until
the tj.i.1 reinstate the : Nationalist
workmen.
fer str. Dunsmuir, fmm Nnnaimo, Oct.
HO-Mrs Whlllleltl, Mrs Thompson. Messrs
Wlilllleld. Thompson, 1 Kfiig, Mltclicl,
Hoskins, Knight, .Sinllli.
. Per' tr it. rnn hot, frpm Victoria, uoy.
lJ-Messi's Wilson. Hlisw, Bootti, Walson,
Mnllicson, Coutliar. Kennedy, Calhoun,
Qroeli, Curlliew, slnelnlr, Tenguii, Allen,
Jackson. ... ',.'.'      ' '".'! !,'.'.
Perstr.'ltollance, fium up-river, Nov. I
—Mm E K Kcnnildy, Mrs Jas Best, Mr'J
McAllister nnd wife, Jno McT,r>niiiin, J
Wilson, H Wlilttaker, J Gannow; W Mc-
Orciror, H Henny, Walker, Rolislon, A
IinVlsson, .7T, Ctuulsey, Preston. Mrsfrf*
Trolic,) W Wells, TGomly, J A Morrison,
McKeo, J McDonald and others.'
J. H. Kaj-I, Vi-tt Bhelt'oiil, V. Q,
writes: "I have lejiili troiibhril with Uver
'l-jjmlilah«t! Ml leveral yeal-s.J uml have
tricdidtfere-ltrmwliiJilWi with littlo or lio
benefit, untillMMl,,Ur. Tholiia.' icloc-
trie Oil, whltiK iHW nu> Immediate re-
llol^ruii l«0alil lay that I have ii.ed.lt
since vith the best o/Ject. No one should
bo witnont It.   I liavo liloil It on my
.|WH*W,S*II*3' <.■"*' .'"T}'' ih W.
I think it w|iially as gooil fnr horse aa
'•"'•.-'"K «,<- «,n ...... nnn   j
A Strange rmucl'lt'iife.
Our attention haa beou drawn to
ther following atmngo ciincideucu ut
jiage 213 in tho lt. C. Direntov)'of
^875, and which was published before
the murder of Hainmill. in the tlirec-
tory apiwars the fullowiiig ilcseription
ot three i»nons, wluno natiie. are cim-
tiguuus and iipjicm' m peculiarly ap-
pUoable At tho present time:
Simmlu, It. K., miller, Kuotenay L.
1 Hung Mail, trailer, Wild Home
, Creek. "    '
Ah Wye, trader, Wild dorse Creek.
lt. K. Spi-nile (11) liiiii|J'iiinil (and)
nil w|iy,--A(iii,iinio t'rtt.P,-,,1'. „    ,',
Do not delay in Kotttng relief for the
little folk.. Mother drove.' Worm R->-
tonnluator is a plewmrt ami >ul'. cure.
1( von love your child why do you let It
sitlV r'.'llen 11 rviiieily i* s-i iir.nr itt hsitlli
tWDfffl
This Afternoon's Despatches'
KlM'diil l« lilt' t -iIUUl III till.
■ LoXtMiN, IV"v. 1.-It is learned on
•high nuthi'iity -that the French «ovem*
ment hu*' i-c-vivnl tittle -encouragement
from Tiifltcy in itBigilition n-jittut-t th.
Hutuli in Kgypt The French envoy at
OoiisT.iintinoplc attempted recently to secure Turkish aid in extorting from Eng*
la n«I rt deliiiiU' promise to evacuate Eff^t
at nn curly 'day, hut thu sultan emphatically refused to he a party to suck a proceeding and informed him that the ports
could not agree with him in his strictures
ml! 'ui-VKogflEmr policy respecting Egypt.
'IV .-thia .actiou of the porte is due
Kntiice's. recent chuuges.of front. The
FmiiicIi government recognizes tho fact
thut Russia, although prepared to aaii.it
iu 11 i-uited action, is indisposed to adopt
a course of which the porte does uot
tiliprt-ve.. , ,.   1       ,
Vai,pa-kai**ii. Nov. I. —Sarah Bernhardt will pt-tfurm in tho Victoria thcti*
tr« here to-night and, to-inorrmv night.
,, Nsw.Yiiua, Nov. l.-Tj^^i'ihitH^cahle
from LoudtnV--ays: The draft of tho'pi-o*
BpecltH of the proposed Pacific*Australian t'ahlh shows that the promote!a con*
teuiplatett unking lot $10,000,000, aud
cxpcctcil to get a six penny rato across
thu Atlantic inula two peiiuy*hiUf*penny
aurotis to*Vancouver Island, end they- in-
tumlcd. chargiug the puhllc four (.hillings
pt-t- \V'ihl fiotii nngland to AuitraUaaml
"th* \\M* it shilling. Thiy iitopoab-railing t'.i.0lW,000, in teu pound shares, und
STt.UpiJ.U'Kl in 4 per ceut stock secured on
expuutiiil impiriiat and Oohudalguaranty
of half u millinii ummally. It is hoped
thnt China will eoutrihnte ftW.tHiO, Australia $100,000, and the imperial exche*
qn*r a iplarter of a niilliea, Thapi-o-
motcrc. talk of earning a not profit
straightaway of .75,000. The piojcct
is generally rcgnrded aa muoh tw> sau-
untnu. Tlw only actual promise yet
made comes from  Hawaii, of SUI0.000
Thc Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr. Le-
lluu's Periodical Pills. Tliese Fills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
fiom tho*.'. only which are known to act
uiitm Um Gpterative Organs in Females,
luoy tire -first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and hy this means made to re-
tow their full stridijtth for years in any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Hamtixo A D. S. Curtis & Co.,
New Westminstorj T. McNeeley, Lad-
uer's Lauding; H. McDowell 9c Co., Vancouver; Fimhury & Co., Nanaimo; T*
Picktml, Penman Island; A. R. Johnson
tCo„ Chemainus; R. 11. Richardson
Cowichan; W. K. McCartney 4 Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co.,' .Tuujouver; jbo Vanconver
Dung Co., Vancouver; J, B. Lovell, Yale;
\V. It. Megaw, Priest Vslleyt H. Clark
& Co., Kamloops; T-anqlby & Co.,
wholesale agents, Vic'-oiia.    dwse28yl
Surface Indications
^Vhat'nmincVWrttMvcrrpKipc'rlytfirni
".surface iniHratiuns" of what Is beneath,
re the - Pimple^ fctles, Bore Eya,
      ■  -    "*      "        fhli
 r.:md<Jut*utwii9 Erujpttouwitl
Which people aro aunuyed In spring aial
cai-lystimnier. Tbe etl'ete MatterMCttH»-
liitcq during tho winter months, now
makes it**- prcseiR-e felt, through Nature's
•eiidflnvora to expo! it from the system.
While it rotwiius.it is a poison thatieiters
in the blood tind limy develop into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement
of the digcslivt) uud asfimilatory organi.
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
iveui-tuew.-- of ten lightly i«|)okcn of as "only
sni'ing level;." Theso pro evidences that
Nature Is not noFe, unaided, to throw off
the rornlnt Moms which wakt-ntho vital
forceft, 'ro rt'jruin health, Nature must bu
nldetl hy n thonmsh hlood-purlfylng med-
• iehu-; iind nothing chc is so effective as
Avers Sarsaparilla,
which Is nilllcMljr Tiowerftit to «kpel
'rom Uie oysten, even tha luint of Hand-
ltnry Scrufilia.   ,.,.,.
Tlio liicdlciil pro(cwlon lndone Aran's
dAiiaAPARii.LA, anil many attettatloin of
I lhe .-nre c-'ecteil liy It come from all part,
of the world, lt In, In the langiuge of
lhe l(on. Franch Jcwctt, oxalate Senator, of MnsMicliiisirm and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the onlv preparation that doc,
real, liutiuK cood."
'     - ■ '-'-MrPAItKb'BT' -   '
Of. tf. C.t/tr k Co., Lowtll, Saw.
Sold by all Druggists: Price, tl;
. Six bottlu forf5.
There aro a iiomber of vartotiea of
corns. HoUoway.'s Cont Curo will remove aqy jot thorn. Callnn yonr druggist
aiid got a liottle at once.''
OT. PAUL'S CHURCH, service. .V
**) erv Hnntlay at 11 a. m. anil 1 p. K. In
tire Oliurcli, SI. John .tioet, b.low Royal
nvunuo. Seat, tree, all lire cordially Invito,], ftiituluv School nt 2.30 p.m.
(teSsto) .r.
MHTHODIST CHURCH, Mary, 8k
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
11 a, in. anil "p. m, Sunday School and
nniltr ouaH'iiHOp. „,. Prayer Meellut on
Tlmrflday. nl 8 p; in. Stints free) .truQier.
oorillally Invllerl. ■ jt*>M.
a_!*M
UN AK1I *FTS8 :
Monday, 1st November,
Triiitm will at-rlv-t' ami leavo New.Wi'-it*
, mtimler itMiuiiler:   .
Very Extensive Stock
—oi-—
NEW DRESS GOODS
In all the Leading Materials and most desirable Shades, with
NEW TRIMMINGS TO MATCH
INCLUDING
Plushes, Rosary Trimmings, Metal Buttons,
Chenille, Etc., Etc.
i US", CJ'ui' Goods were all purchased before the recent advance,
consequently our prices have not advanced and will be found, as
usual, the very lowest.
New Goods now open in all Departments.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwocOtc 73 Columbia Street, N. W.
JUST ARRIVED
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.'S
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Black and Colored
"■■■ Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery & Mantles.
T ONDON HOTTSF   **■"' **' •"'*■ *-*'"• --•''• (¥"ii''"''< a<,d M'l^
Streets, Ntai Westminster.    dwoc!8
BON  MARCHE
(LATE G.  LEISER')
Great Clearance Sale!
Having purchased the Business of Mr. G. Leiser, wc now offer, at
a considerable reduction, thc entire stock, consisting of*:
Dress-Goods.
Saxony, Welsh & drey Flannels.
Domettcs. Sheetings, Cottons.
Prints. Ginghams, Linens.
Quilts. Towels, etc.
Fancy   Wool   Goods.
Trimmed and Untrimmed llais.
Feathers. Wings and Flowers.
DENTS! CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR & HATS.
BOOTS and SHOES.
Dressmaking on the Premises.
H. SHADWELL & CO.,
<io_i9te New Westminster. B. 6.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVK TOU MANY YKA1W SWBlitBD THK WEST KNt) WITH
excllent Brcail anil auperior () iw:bi k-« lmvo jilrt purelinMil Mr. Wiliit's
teste. Ol the BaVcry, lutely owneil liy V. Kiinblu, nn Columliia Strert, and will keep
tho two house, open for tlw taoniniodatioii of the public. They engage to supply
Good, of the very best description nnd .it tlm lowest possible price.
rGoods d.llveml to .11 part, of the <'Ity free of charge.
dnWt-i
i-uini KJiriKu,
ATUxnr KXraEM,
Arrl.e l.r-JI
tnw* i.i*)
Tliese Trains will  run  lu connection
will. Main f.lnc Train..   ■ .
If. ABROTT,
ri.n'1 supt,
IVirl M,Wil.v,Or'I..Hl, IK*]. ilOcaOrt
THE BRITISH  COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
IMrORTHKH ANH HKAI.BRB IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY/FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Mew Westminster   Vancouver * Viotoria.
I. ,-._-r^-.*j*!.j*„_^_.,:.
4Ptitisli$otaml>i.ro
Hot-Way «Tf nliiK, |fo«uiber 1* IMS*
LatestlyTels
it's Despatches.
Special lo tbe Columbian.
PusTH,Oot.SO.-Tho butlgotfw 1887
waajaii beforo the lower house of thc
BulSriftiFdiet May. Tho oxpcndi-
tu*s 1*3 'placed at 350,400,021 flotins,
and «io iweipts at a28,356,096 florins.'
Tho deficit is 4,201,641 florins in excess q{ that of last year.
Berlin, Oot. 30.—Preparations for
next year's elections for membere of
the Reichstag ireViotivelj; proceeding.
Efforts aro being ihado' towards effecting new groupings of the different parties sinco the recont declaration of
leadjtusprincijjlos of; tlio, programme
of the national Liberals', which is to"
sever connection with thoBtogresuitin-
ista and to support thegovernment. The
government project haB been.diacussod
for an alliance hetwodn tlie national
Liberals and the' Conservatives, to
form a middle party essentially national and government in its character,
and hostile to the Progressid riiata ana
to the Centre»p»rtJy, nlilie.   -j   ,   . .. ■,
The report»ofln6peot6ra ot factories
which'/havo ji|st been issued state that
einploj_e* in most ot the factorios work
eleven hours daiiy, not rectomiig over'
timo. With overtime, workmen in
aome djeteicto, notably ■; Duaaddorf,
work fisKjfi t»i<8 hours at a stretch,
though wit are .opposed to have liberty to leave after 24 hours' working.
The usual hours of Uie better men in
Dnsseldorf are 12 and often 24 hours.
In Magdeburg artisans work 12 hours!
In Hanover 10 and Amesburg 11 hours.
Cotton spinners in Pottsdam and
Frankfort on the Ode work 12 hours
IK* |j»y *». "*Hiter and 14 hour, in
su»mer. ;Steel ware nd iron aypren-
tps in Du__eliWrf often work sixteen
Hours daily. »,In Flirt". gla» works
men work six days unceasingly, except
for a couple of liours, when they sleep
on benches or on dirty straw stacks in
the corners of the workshops, and the
general impression from the reports is
that tliere is muoh overwork, bad ar
KingcmentofshouM, with hideous sau
itary condition* 1'
Tho Dortmftld tribun»l has «en
teucel '*Hbiii,i-*L_*»ing) efttor of the
Fremmiie, to six months' imprisonment
for an article appearing in his paper in
wl(iob. Jie necked Ptince Bismarck
on Ms' Polish'soclal and religious policies. The article in question said
that Prince Bismarck wanted to mako
the Germans happy in Bpite of themselves, and^by. .ipethpo> tlm*,. people
reproDaud.O..HAUyo   -C'tKUyu
A sensation has been caused in Hanover by the sudden flight of an esteemed solioitor. Dr. Von Hartmon,
who left many debts and who embezzled monies and securities to tho
amount of $200,000 markB. ■ He has
gone to America.
Br. Cekind, who was arrested on a
charge''of high treason, has been re-
Emperor William has given 1,000
mark, to. the fuud for the Schcft'cl
monmiajnt' _,•'. '■
Tjm ..Uot of; Sate-Weimar bin abol-
ishedtlie law' exempting thoso of the
military profession from payment of
communal taxes.
The illness of King Otto, of Bavaria, haa reached a crisis. It is ru-
jhored'*that .to is in a moribund con-
Sitkonfrom exhaustion, brought on by
tho t'iiy 6fr;his mania;: tjj$ queen
piotheir hal aunt for tin) pliett .to await
the end.
St. John's, N. P., Oct. 30.-The
schooner Mary Brown has been lost
Jolt Buckaliou and threo'of her crow
and a lady passenger, Miss C. H. Ivor,
have been Co-owned.' The vesselhreke
in two Boon after striking. Only the
captain  and three men succeeded in
re^f!''jjWottjo,^Oct; "$r. **-' Tho
__«i..rMari[.i*-n, which ar»i«i.l from
Sydney and' HuiioIuTir'toJiIaj, brings
new|j.;ql: thr *e»jgji!}tio**;of the Hawaiian cabinet, and the appointment
of a new cabinet. TJie r_.ifmitii.il of
the cabinet was dpe to the defeat on
,*fca**h alt. of the.inini.tfV's amend,
ment to a bill securing the two million
dollar loai-Mcently authorized to the
Hawaiian legislature. The effect of
, Hi1* <t«i wlwiit MM tmr* the pay-,
meut of the ("700,000 previously
inaiied the gm-iftiuiieAl by .01"iui
Spreckles. Owing" fn'£*iis 'action of
.{HlIMslatiiSi-.Cl'r'i^ Spreoklea has re-
' turned afi liis decorations to King
Kalakua. In conversation 'u-day regarding the action of tho Hawaiian
legislature,' Jrrhii"_)."SiirSclilos', son" of
01ausi*t}rjK*kles;inid: " In effect th.
act ofihe legislature was one of repudiation hefore it was proroguod nn the
. itltb dnv of "thi. month, and it passed
the loan bill with the proviso making
its payments come before onr claims.
ttveMilneut owes u. $5,000,000
|ick.*ve lurid bouds, and about
bkuWidy father ad-ancod as
book account, to tide the national
treasury over a financial gulf. Onr
clninis will be paid, however.'iu' spite
of precedence given the last loan. To
me this ..tinii looks like a scheme to
get cmiwl of the, islands. The loan
is to _te floated 10 EugUnd; payment
is secured by mortgages on the Hawaiian revenues. It is very poor se-
''oilrity, for that government is notori-
mitly bankrupt, and lut. year ita expenditure, exceeded income by fully
, -81,260,000, The result of this will be
' that tiie loan cannot be paid. England will insist upon' payment, however, and will find it necessary lo take
p_HMIcii of the kingdom to 'secure
.the bondholders."
Ban FK'xcim'o, Oct. ' 30.—Intelligence has been recoived at Auckland,
Kew|jl|e*|^iW'.'tli»»?;iinJ October 7th
■evon native vlUages' were destroyed
by volcanic eruption on Ninfor, Ton-
uuin group of Friendly Islands.   Tiie
Plenty,' n in a iW, of noiive eruption.
A vast column nf smoke is seen ascending fnrm the island to a height of
a tiiou.and feel.
.JuSO—N.w.of
i-'friiiii^he'-imiiiMJ
brriho.rd of Mouticello, Ky.. where a
brother and sister wero brutally inor-
ter and her little son lived. A.tȣ
supper Tue,d»y night tbey enticed:
Buck .ut*,, th* jnttintaiiit, where he!,:
atiil two fiion uamod Bill JonSs an*'
Bill Simpson killed Buck, whose head
was almost severed from hi. body.
Prewitt aud Jones then went into the
house, and seising the woman, out her
throat from ear to ear and crushed her
skull with a washboard. The boy escaped and gave the alarm. A posse
pursued and captured Prewitt, who
confessed and taid hi, had- been hired
to do tho murder liy J onee. Buok
sold a horse, and the object was robbery. Three men are under arrest,
and there is great excitement over the
affair.
WuKESwniisi Pa., Oct, 30.—A
double tragedy occurred this afternoon
at the Beluet slope of W. G. Payne A
Co.'s colliery, near Kingston. Wm.
Moses, one nf the oldest mining jn-
Sineers in Luzerne county, was tin
uty at this colliery. He was given
tlio signal' to hoist the cage from the
bottom of tlie shaft, which was 300
feet deep. He supposed everything
was clear below, and started bis en-:
gino'jiist as John Brodda was running
a car on the cage. The sudden hoist
threw Brodda off and in falling he waa
caught between the cage and brattice
on the sido Bhaff and was'instantly
killed. As soon ai the i'engineer,
Moses, was informed of what had bap-
pencil he walked to his room near by,
took- a revolver'from'liis coat and
placing it to .his forehead fired, killing
himself.
Milwaukee, Oct. 30.—A UP«rt-
.aga_.special.to the SeufmrtBaysthat
Wells, the brakeman who is alleged to
be responsible for the Bio disaster,
walked into the county jail to-night
aiid surrendered. Ho wat locked up.
' Sofia, Oct; 30"*-- &*:" Ktulbars
has issued an ultimatum to the Bulgarian government. He complains
that Kussians in Bulgaria are maltreated and terrorized, and says that
if in three days he doea not receive a
satisfactory answer to his ultimatum
he will rupture relations with tho re-
genoy and leave*Sofla,; taking with
Eim the,whole pe_soii«l'.;»#.tW'RiK*-
sian consulate. The goverrilbuit sent
a circular to the various precincts,
commanding them to adopt stringent
measures for their protection. A Russian, copy of tho circular was Bent to
Kaulbars with a request that he furnish the names of the Russians whom
he alleged had been maltreated.
        .
Volcanic Glass.
Washington, Oct 13.—Among the
scientific papers which will appear in
tlie appendix of oil. of the forthcoming reports of the geological survey is
one by Professor Joseph P. Iddings
upon an obsidean cliff of Yellowstone
park. The cliff is an elevation,, half a
mile long by from 160 to 200 feet high,
the material of which, Professor Id-
dings says, " is as good a glass a. auy
artificially manufactured.' Its colors
and structure not'iHily make it highly
interesting to the visitor, but furnish
to the scientific investigator phenomena of .importance. Tbe cliff presents
a partial section of a surface flow of
obsidean whicli poured down ah' ancient slope frdm"lIte"plaWati lying east.
It is impossible to determine whnt the
original tbicknes. of -this flow ; may
have beon. The' dense ghta. which
now forms ita lower portion is from 75
to 100 feet thick, while the'porous
and pumicoouB uppor portion has suffered from ages of erosion and glacial
-action, A remarkable feature of tbe
cliff is the development of prismatic
column, which form its southern *y-
tremity. These aro of shining Mnik
obsidMIi, rising fnrm the talis «lope,
and are from fifty to .ixty tieA in
height, with diameters varying from
two to four feet. The color of the
material of the cliff is for tbe most
part jet black, but much of it.is mottled and streaked, with bright brownish red and various shades'of- brown
and olive green. Tho brilliant lustre
of the ruck -it tha strdng cont-'Ate of
oolrria witlUbe black lire very striking.
In place.1 ilie glass in the. .process of
cnling 1ms been bn.keu into small an-
gular'pieces, whioh' have been again
cemented by tb. .later flow, producing
many crilored aiid beautiful bteccia.
In soma places tho material shows a
fine satin lustre, whilo in other plncos
a 'deep golden sheen is noticeable
whicli under tbo Iuiib rosolvos itself
into llrin. bo.uiiBirf .rtil and^yglbw
light. Through the blfitlf-i'infl *ed
glass are scattered dull bluish gray
patches n nd bands and ri uud gray and
pink Hiarrsci, tho,effect of wiiioh i» t<r
still further vary the appearando -and
beauty of the rock and make it the
moat cunspicrlous and characteristic
variety of volcanic lava known,
DRUGGISTS I
Kew Westminster, B.C.
mhlOte .
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength anil wliolesomencss. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold In competition with tlie
multltnde ot low teBt, short weight alum
o* phosphate powders.. Sold only in cans.
RoSal baxino powMtii Co., 109 Wall st,,
New York. .... °lely
Card of Thanks.
Jf. Z>. FERRIS, Esq.
/itttiraiice Co. ■
Agent Travellers
Dkah Sin.-
fonpti
1 have'to thank you for the
proiiilitness with which your company
iettteEiiny claim for indemnity In consequence oi au accident sustained by me
whileBurvoyi'nn at'Rngllsh Bay.
" Faitlitully wure, _   „„,„„„„
ilocSwl CHABLESE.WQPDS.
PUBLIC   HIGHWAY,
New Westminster Dlstrlet.
XTOTICE 18 IlEKEBY GIVEN 'that a
JM ' publio highway Is hereby established
along tbe southern lioundary of Section
9, block 5 north, range 1 West, and having
a width of 3JI firet, measured to tho north
ot said section line.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lain). * Works.
Lands A Works Department.
Victoria, B. C, Ootober 2-th, 1886.
uoc23w2	
-.- * .        .   . —.—
jpror
WH1.1S
Sewing Machine!
IMFERIAt
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Ou.1"ro*.uSt. and 16 rnx Mau., ,
LO|*l?ON..        ,,:.  ,„,
ri^'sT'i'i.tJ^i.ti) 1803.'.:
FOE raSUMNG flOOTfiS iOTHfi_v:
Building., Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ship, in Port, Hirbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels: also, Ships building and repairing, Barge, and other Ves- J
sels on navigable rivers and- canals, anil.
Gooda on board suoh Vessels,.throughout
Great, Britain and Ireland and iu Foreign
Countr*es, ,. , ,., ,
FROM I.0B8 OK ItAHAQE BT FIRE.
'Subscribed and Invested: Capital, i
•fili600,000 iT«l.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained.on application to   .
W. J. AKMSTRONH,
Ageut for Kew WoitmioBtor.
HOTICE
TB HERESY GIVEN tbat application
I wmheinMfltotholrffflslaUveAHRem*
Wot tbe Province of British Columbia-.
at tbe next session thereof, for an Act to
rrtewpotate a company for the purpose of
constructing, managing and maintaining
Water Works at the terminal point of the
Canadian Pacific Railway oh Conl Harbor
and English Bay, and for the purpose*
thurraf granting to the. said company-the
privilege of taking water from Caplhum
Creek,Burnaby Luke or other suitable
painta, with power to the Said company
fo build fltin-es,aqueducts,luyplnori,erect
dams, ocqulre lands, nnd do all other acts
and things'neceBsary for the purprwri
•*'0re!"""'-   EBERTS* TAYLOR.     '
Hoilcltoi-H for AppllcanU.
Duted .September Mlth, 1895. deflto
OW IS THE TIME TO  SEND  IN
.   your orders, tf you want some of
..iose nice fruit or  ornamental trees,
shrobs. etc. fiom Ontario.  As I return
Port Hammond NuTSBFf I
those
8hrUb*<.-OIU,. iiviii  uiimrw,    ***.-*  4  1-j.m.i
abont Uie middle of June to settle up my
Wave* there nnd come out this fall with
the stock for my nursery here, and will
select nnd bring your orders riKht along
with me for this fall nml next spring's
plnniing.I will Hatlsfy all both as totiua-
fttyof trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here in the business so you will know
where to And ine. All communications
iifier'tWmldnlixtf Junemaybeadtjrestied
toiiicSt»Brt-*mbnvillc,Ont.,ortoCarlet«o
-frlldrril.l'rirtHtttninoiid. .      ..
,    a.W-.H-SI-tRY-   ,  i    .
Port HamtnpndP.O.
Tt«M«ECRtLH0.8.
-f.O.ttJtTI
WM McCOLL,
Dfy, Goods, Men's Furnishings,
....'.Gnltitirles & Provisions.
;:'ttT!(J)B0M''- DWOK, OolnraWa. SI,
- ., •   J... ,,■."•'  dw-au$to
Knokmous Street ?as.s'eno Eft Thaf-
vw. — At ii meoting nf tbo Manhattan
Elevated Railrond Board iti New York,
Oct. 12, it was rejwrtod thut tlie re-
duotiuii of fare on tbo Third Avenue
lino is producing n large increase
itt travel. Tho board then resolved
to reduce tbe fare un Uie Sixth ^ven-
Uo line also from November l#t. Alter
that date the faro on tall tlitf olovOcd
Hnefl in New York will be five cent* at
all houra of tlie day. The company
Iiub issued a circular Btating thnt
since the boginuinf( of the operation
of the road, in 181% bhe joad had
carried 0^,!)2!),HTB.pas-)c>igln's. Tlia
grutts receijits were $-0,508,420. Paa-
acngurs carried during the year ending
Sept. 30 Inst, 115,109,591. Tho daily
averrfge'mnnhorof ^nisiiii.neri-; caided
duritiK tho year ending Hopt, -30, imlt,
wns (&15,3(>9. Tbo .greatest number
of pnasuiigeiB c^vried duriiiL' ■ nuy , one
day , wub 557,1.14' ' WitTi , oxw^ing
facilities tho capacity i>f tho 'i'oads is
fully 700,000 passengers per diem.
KiiiL-e the redtiotion Of- furos, - Obt. 1,
iwerago increaso per day of piu.s-_.iif.ors,
117.112. Average dully increase in
vucoijita, ^3,480.
The appeurnnce of Edwin Booth in
Bt. Paul and Minneapolis leads one of
tlieir newspapers to recall tbe /aet tliat
j in tlie same year thft Bfwili ftwlfc 'flia
firnt apncarohco on (M ittiif IffKf»
tbe Indians made an attack upon tite
little log fort wliero now stands one of
St. Paul's leading hotels ; und that tbe
year iu which he first appeared in lead*
mini's now stands. Now onoh oity
olaims 160,000 inhabitants, and all this
muwth hiu beau within Hio jii'ofessiimiil
lift. W. n ii"'IV Hniftrr -UnWalls old.
•M\§tmW0ft HIRE.
THE JUKW-JIt-irGNI-JI* lum eslalillshed
, .blmnell In the Cllv ol New Westipln-
0QYERED OAPUG^,
'Wit* ,.*&* r.t K«|.»_rmr«U a,
...... Terjr raclrrrtlr <-*»■....
JiirMet-lelt attliodolimlal Hotel or Hunt
by t.lei-faoniywlll Ir* iipomptly nttonrloil
i, dny nr nl-lil. Slolile noltH. Elllnlt'g
JOS. RATES.
' TWothoft. N». 8).
niyltc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
ElfpyMENTBUpU
FiirnlslifS lill Kinds of Help
-»*■—Pj-jj„- (ThHfge.
DO jrojl. \**AN.T TO BUV OI-^ELI, A
,*W8fuou?,' tallpJa plirfner, eta!
PICKlRIKii & CO,
OFFICE! Fort Rtro.t, between Pouglas
und Broil-jliUra, VIOT6WA, D. C. ft O
boX'Wt   "• '.'liJiil   1       lili'l Bihip
Wood and Coal.
rnHK ftutl^CRIDER I1A8 ON ftANT) A
1   lame quantity of.    •
BEST WEUlVfiTOX LUMP COAL
inainov") i ■    ,   ino
And un oHsonment of
•CORDWOOD,
:"*r»l"»'1»* wilt soll-MJIoW-M MWy  Ho
,wl|l also vromptly attend to ull klml.ol
•*t*-B_au-M_X-M-<».
Onion latt atMr. McfJolr. .tore on Columhla fltwt, or ft, my house, Douicla.
.trool, will. mee*' with prompt allontlon.
"    KftKItr KTiUOTT.
S,.,i-WBlinln«ler R. C.r ,|i>*lt)l<*
Eg GOOD AS ANY MAtiE.
SOLE AOENT'FOB MAINDANDm
■'''^.■\v:'G^y$ps$$Qfil'
AH Use. .Now, Fruit: and Opnleptlbnory
* " ' rfie Cqlonla!   Hotel, New
Jly28lo
"Stow,  Opposite"Cqlbnlal .Hotel
WestmlnSfer, B, O. 1' '
-itr,
TESTIMONIAL!
-.ju-_.jp
■ t*"t«w:ouw,',
S,1rd June, 1886.
;      ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMES FISHBIt, Prtprletor,   -
MONtlMEBTS,'HEAD STONtS, TOMBS,
. TABl-BTB ANO CROSSES, FOB-  ;.
NITUBE jilARBLF., 4e.
: Penona livine ht a dirtano., hy rlcndlni
adeserlptlon       '   '"       """    	
ing Ul a uiButiiuo, w,
ot what they wl.h,,
ie, etc., iitrntshed oh
de'iilgnnrprlOeB, --     ,    ..
tion" A'TwoA (rauratitoed tojdM'Wiknr
on the 1'aolflo Coast, and at reasonable
rates.   N,B,—No tigenUi employed.
florton Street, Victoria, B, C.
Opp. St. Andrew'. Preshytorlan Church
,    ,      mhisto     ,.	
Importer and Dealer in
HJCLUDINQ    |
^^B-*»S»dffo*5bB_t.:
Whit. Cre.ledBl.ekP.Unaj..
Gain.. FowlW R4a.nth.ok.,
Whit, rekln Dnok..
'.   Fit Qui.., Hwduu.
r«.Blrd.lind Eggssupplledat low rat«,
anilall stoek giiorunteed.
ltoyal Avenue, Host orDoaglaiSt.
'   •"    "   'itj-jgtp-' *   -•     ' "'
11 llli X UMIX WW1A VUUVll
"(J srtrJIIH'l -HA m3n0lt»T8 J,rai"j.lr)3 »8llr»8
Columbiamva,
^W^minrtikB;C.
New WesttdWister, Goal Harbor
'■■   ' add Seattle Boute.
THESTEAJtER
w1
-l'RAOTlCAr,-
Hu jntt received for ths Holidays a due
. Msortraent of Gold aud Silver       {
aEWELRY
mMSILife||Tt)HES
Ladles Slue Swiss Cold Watches
from $?{. to J$55,.   .
ladles Size American Stem-
wlndttiK Oold Watches, »t
$38.50,.
KIMKMBF,R-We do ij6t .sell■'Riled"
Watnhoi and J.welry as wild 'gbli",,   . .
Our, gootl, are'guaranteed j'ttstas,rei
presehteil, du'ct, jn-iecs 'lower tlian ony
other Who in B. C. ,   .,'..,
COLONIAL BLOOK i !
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
' del'Jtc     : '  r.r 1
The Colonial
store;
ColonM Hdtel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
B2iii(G!Btj2sO a noonienA Bfftl
MR. G. ROBERTSON,
. :.•    Vancouver;  i.iw'j
Representing Qoltllo A McCulloch,     .
■i        . [  . -     Qalt,6nt.
8in.*-Wo the -undorslitneil: haviug'wit-'
iieBHOtl thc terrible firo which w.peil out of
existence tho yotmjf city ht Vancouver,
on the lath 4nHt.,.hr^ve. after the Are, examined tho safes sold by you-, softie or
which were put to the imwt some Umt,
aavlngbeensnrroundetl bylurgotiiiH'nf!-
ch o( lard and bacon, anft wo are pleai.edi
to testify to the remarkable manner In
-which every Stifo ■ wild by you prawrvedr
^.contents, not only bpoks imd .papers,
but also thoutnunlH of il-illars iti paper
mohev \vert 'taken olit-ln peHT«ot «bndl-
tlon. We oan, tlierefore, with the great-
eat coiifideuce, leeommend litem as thpr-
obghiytlre proof1*. ■ * ,       .    ,
L. A'. Hamilton,'for t-He Caimtllau Pacific
Railway Company* : M. A. MaeLfan,
Mayor; John ■>• Plake, Stipt-mllar/Magistrate; Rlch'il, AiexaiitU'r, .Tjstf(.e of
the Peace; JOtm Boultbe*, 1-oliee Magls*
trat-e, City 01 VancouvKr; -Thoinat* Dunn,
Justico,of ,tl.e,Veact>; Isuat* Jolttis.Col.j
Edward E. Rund, *noitli..»tato Broker;
K. Balfaur; Alderiinio;tJuhn Umikln,
Reai.EstoUJ Broker; pither A.^Ktison,
Roval Hold; tt. F,: Keatet, t'onfractor;
C. P.B,; J. W.*MoKarladd, Port Mondy;
,to Vaneotivev antl.English l-U>y;>F. (J.
Innes A Co , Keal Kt-tate Brokatfii A. W.
Hobs.'Heal Estate Brokc¥j QttrtelyA
Hplnks, Real Kn(atoBK)kers; R. C.For*
gU8oi.,,Mgr.R.g. J-*. MJIIh.   , ...  jelHUo
Inlporter'and Dealer 1n
rMPORTER AND DRA1-RH IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The Frmicti Lenoir,Good, car, Pink.
erton, 0oc!ir»ne, flmslls t Co.,
Armus lluiann and Slalur
Bouts and Slincs.
LAniES AN!> QBNTLKMEN ABB BK-
j'speottolly Invited to.eall and ,»«■
Uie the sloek.     ,   .,
I have also on liftllll III. '
HCIITIII-IAXAIIIVI IF t TIIUB WATEH-
TKiHT KSHS-J HOOT,
Wllloll now lakes tlio place o( gura hoot*.
Jyail-,
PIONEK R
FishiGameStore!
WM.tt. vianM:
HAS ALWAYS ON'. HANJ) A GOOD
■upplyyf ,;,-,,,   ;,,, ii,.,
'.Pr«i» and Suit \V»ler Flsti.
aJkpaa xxt en^Soisr.   ,
DKALRIl rv HklNH ANIT pm/rBIFB.
'"Wr«H«ae. wlll'li_lilell.ered In aiiypnrt
or (he oil), frer. o( eliarsfr       d-JI*fllf I
Imported in quantity-,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
i   Otopefies. ;■'-■,.
Doana's Briok Hloek,
NEW WE8TMI1.8TKB, B. (!.
--mill'
What PHVsifliMts 8m hm the
STARR KIDNEY PAD,
"Treatment by, Absorption, has for somo
..ine been l-uco-iiiilKim by Medical Men to
be the mul simple anil Vifliictnal menus
of oonvcyiiig - toDlsenscd (/igiuis, "Cnru*
tlveH.'' bill in ease' -*v" '       a
Complaints rtt.t«in
Ciseusod i/iHtuis, "Unru-
»(«of Kitlijf'yi)lse,nsooDd
lilartt therfo_.,)nlt(«-(ifin
treatment Was pracltcHbly ImiiOHsible ....
til tho iijtniductlon .of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It cost* leas Inari a'prngtoprnscfip-
and rjfective tlian 'ittji/tfrtfOili'W^/" internal
Mexticinnl dMintf. Worii linnieilliitt-iy over
tho sent-rfWsonsertts-mmri-lve properties
hecome absorbed liv tho diseased and en-
fnebredtlrWnk.o-intlliotiull^llilddUfctlv,
as required to Insure In return their hc.it-
tliy action and original vigour. It Ih com-
fortable Inthepnlleiit iilmul.tasaiit In Its
effect*-, nnd cures when not .-hm ,clsn ean,
The HtaiT Kidney Fad fti>oatn|»lltibefc prul-
tlte, decisive results, A more valuable
dliieovc'ry rfs a trde mnetiy M- Kidney
iplseases was never niii<le,-r<VnUoaZG>/iHffe
The Starr Kidney Pad, iiiutntr-ichired
in Toronto, is a permnneut sure euro fnr
diseases, disorders, and .ailments of the
Kldiieys, Bladder and nrlnnry secretive
system, tH'vWendjiiitt'oi^jdiilnls.ca'ajiIng
pain in llic HinitH of tlie TiiuK, sldes.ote.,
producing lirlrtaiv dlsbid<-rs,siielliasto»i
frequent, scanty, dlfllcuit,.painful or copious micturition,Inability ttfire entlmijintl
scdlfneiiUiry tirltte, dnipsleltl Symptoms,
ere..(b.i»(»tlliR tbe presence In thu system
of diseases common tothe nrlnary-seere-
tlvoorganH—kno\vo as .grnvt-i, catarrh of
the Madder and passages, ilrttthPH disease,
diabetes, (dropsy, jpljos, _npif J»iu^[l«»*y ily,
,   ...   Jteirill-
.... - -..     -...   .__.: 0.ntI I?__8'.{iUJtlL8
m»
w; p.	
oi,dll«>ill.ili|i«!.l. It. I/OVBI.I, Yal.j Vf.
It. MHOAW.Prleat Volleyi K.eLAHK#
f'O., Krimlntrj,.. iytte^irl
KiriiKPr,, itrr.iti* rtiNe,
_. ,        pIloH, neryiiiiri ilelHI
eto.   Head (or pilinplllol In I.ANyi.Kl
CO., Wliolerrille A.enlir, Victoria.  Holr
ed by A. M. HBBIUNO and D. a. CUR;
" Ol)., Now Westminster; T.  McNEk-
KY, tadnn'. umllinr; H. McDOWELI,
CO,, HAWJ-.p¥8*,Wi>IU,JJIC0.,THB
ANfcpUVRll mm .IiO., Wncoii-JSri
'. fl. MrOAIt'l-NHY t llhO  Vancouver
(J,:W,;tarte, W*#%bmS! :■'■■-,
ILL LEAVE 8BATTLE EVKB¥
■ TbMnd«rHer>l*,|*ll«'dMk, tor
New Westmlnsler und Coal Harbor, via
I'oit'Townsond und til, I.l.|id^ arrive.at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leayes tor Coal Harbor about 'nro hour.
aftcV.ward-; tekfrii COAIj-BARBOW'tH-
•lay KlgKt tor Seattle.
,'..   ,'are lo ftentlle ,.......»4.«»
' FnlKkl per ton -«-r i» ' ...
Special rate, to meroliohtfc   n apUKe
k Pmate-CoftBgll
-iil._Tpl-
& Day Pupils,
|   WILL BEOVENJM'.Ai"'
ROSS BAY, ¥ICTOR|AiB.C,
■**■ •'.. oUi- "•
|^H*151JrBLiltm^a' HAS lS I,ARQK
1   Rooms and is well rumlshed with
rcKlsti-r -grates, bath rooms, Ac., 4c. a..... ■
Kxcolletit opportunities for all klQ^Ot
tiei»ltlifiilexoretsei,liie|milnchofttUi«Und
battilm-,      -,  ■        ,-. ■    j,,,,i
Pupiw wilt lje mftdtt most eomfortnble
and their general welfare carefully eon-
sltlercd. ,, .,
A COMPnOfT STAFF OF' IWTRlrtiTOW
will be innluihlried.   - '' *■-.       IP, ,'
Excellent facilities will be afltyrdud for
lnstt'uctloi) in Kugllsk, 4'autjycrebil,
ClWHlct*»and MtMlernlHafciiaieSHWjwis,
with InstniMtiilnlftliiMlc.      V.   '....■■„
Appllouthm Ktiriiis, Kcfereiices and full
Informaltoh furnished by
Rut. e. j; BBKtTOS. M. A»r
New WUfVisnihi.
Jun.». IW,       .d.¥Jl*'_llo
mHE UNDgHSIUNEB HAS IlKKN AD-
T fa)ll>ted'tontln Brttl-lttftjlnnlliliflor
{bene beuutt foi moinimoni.. Full-pn rite-
Atthe Fruit and Confectionery Store, on-
SotlteColonlal Hotel, NovrWentntlnyUr,
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