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.H-JAP   HO'-I
SALE.
VOLUME 1
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•'■■•■' ifhsw WBsmnrsTER, a a, w_jdn»I|at Evi|rtNG, novemSei* 2i, uw;
- ;  •■: * -"; '■'
tgr. fci^ys"
OWN RIVEltBTEAM-
und in perfaftt running
•sale asshp now stnn-ls.
>ply to
--W_   B_-_ TOWNSEND.
-X»»is would    l.e   *-   flue chance for
to    form    ix       >l_tit  Mtoelc compnny
acl   *>*a_M.y -a. steamer *or their trude.
 dwnollml	
Z—^ZCJE3sZ
3
(uJWwutoit
irt.y_iy.HWZi
Aa w-ajredicted someweeksago,
the MlQ*«*iU.LofA tie 'ijjtrtht^Wi
statue IjjTifjJec.rioity in a failure.
The diffietllty ii the same an that
experienced witli the electric light
at Hell Gate. Ita glare was soin-
teme that it almost Winded the
pilota taking vessels through that
entrance to the port. ' Complaint
was made to the light house board,
and eleotrio illumination was discontinued. The same course will
doubtless'-ta Mowed with?,the
statue ljght, The huge goddess
will not, therefore, fill the line of
duty originally prescribed for her,
but; Will «lo.ply illnminat* hera,..—
a gloomy end of a beautiful poetic
dream,*^tr»»t»»^:iai»,,    "■'.':.
-..WOLF SMITH, M.D.
MkT present)-Over Rep
OFTICB TtOTJHS—10 fl. in. to 12 noon; !l
to 6; and 0:80 to 8 p. m. dnoioto
TT  St. COOPER, B.Ai.H.D.,
'    PHYSICIAN A BCBOEOI..
fcPFIOR and RERIDENOE-Ctmrcr. Rl.
1   (next door to Farmers' Home), near
T*VR. P. WBL81I.
DENTIST,
.'l .'iiv.  id miitMuiin,
Xtnyffat-Wi-r-)0- ■)■[;:   ______
W>? ppiwn Wrtw KpmIii.
B^1 bold aeptt_»)|i(Vn;.>*;Prtmite.
•Bst-f, .^WmfM^Mhii
tmlf';".$'''Mtsffl^
never consent to' 'see any single
great power hold undisputed sway
in the, Balkan region, Was aimed, of
course, at Russia alone. The beginning of the 'hatred which Hungary feels toward Russia dates back
more than a generation. This feeling has^lw-iysWrtthedistiireihg
element in the triple alliance. When
the Kidiapping «f Alexander revealed the hand of Russia the Austrian goverppnA.for a day er two
apparently Ji^ewed. in.,.the arrangement almost as freely as Ger-
"•W-ZW- 7r^'*fcpW'***Wtly» fec«**-->>/-f»,j
opposition to Russian aggrandizement wasi J Beard in Aastrian'offioiai
newspapers—feeble and guarded at
first, out at' length becoming more
open and' pronounced. • - This was
the reflex and expression of the
aversion to the Muscovite, which
has hMO-be part of the political-
creed of the Hungarian division of
the Austrian empire. When tho
tyranny and duplicity of the Austrian government culminated in the
attempt in 1848 to excite civil strife
in Hungary in order that Austria
might hivS; • -**Jrt toAtSiro
•and »ubv« dheHungarian consti-
, tution just sanctioned by the Em-
■rose.in. Mwlt'in 4ef.nlu.ia_! Atir
libeftie*.; Bie Hungarian national
asiemny- 'declared the house of
Hapsburg deposed, chose Kossuth
yoke by force of anna.    Ferdinand
abdicated, and his nephew, Francis
Joseph, ttie  present monarci*
earner- WJMtr, j In thi- war
follojtf m, ttu-tttar-iy dis|
a -patriotism, courage, and i
ani   admkmtnulve   sVW' 1
&»&«
however, whieh the Hungi
not taken into act-aunt, ahd against
whickJttay could offer no effectual
resistance, was about to appear upon
the scene. Russia,' fearful tliat tne
exa**-*.l» of tbt Jligya-a ihight incite the role* to insurrection, cam<
to Austria's aid. Three powerful
Mu-«*_rri*BliT_n---ij_n*^«jd/Hungary,
one from the north, one from the
west, and another from the eaMi, and
the Jiaeyw iasurmtion was cruslied
out.' Russia th\u, by one of the
blackest- crtnw* *hich has stalfted ■ ■■'_
ita aanak in Ottj ,-^\m,,,ttxmi
Austria for ill aid in suppressing
an uprising in Poland fifty-four
veara earlier, and left a legaoyot
hatred in Hungary which was destined to become one of the most
potent thrrimta in tha waistanoe of
Russia's schemes of aggrandisement
in southtj-Mjiiu-Ryfprt.- ■% 1867
Hungary fimUlly came into possession, by the consent of the Aus
trian government, of most of the
righta an-1 nrivileges, except separa-.
tion and independence, for whioh.it
fought to gallantly in 1848, but ite
enmity to Russia was hot in the
slightest degree abated by that net.
Hung_t-y -(MMesaM about 16^000,000'
of ttie 37,000,000 inhabitants com-
pri.ilig the AU-tro-Hungariau empire,'aad ■ its influence is a potent
faotor in moldingtheforeignpolicy
of tli# im**<tfi*J government., It is
especially powerful in this exjgenoy,
when it w arrayed on the tide of
the national aspiration to retain the
Austrian prestige and influence un-
impaliiwl in the Balkan peninsulft.
These are some of the reasons why
premier Tina's utterance created
auoh a sensation in all the European
Muttafcwpi** Neva lothe Themes,.
—St. Louis Olobe-Danocrat.
msmtm
0--hWTW*   '-;■!'! an
■  ' " DENTIST-.
I Ol*C»^ver,0.4^"rAt«*i<liM.**««i
Btore, Columbia St., New Westminster,
Ho»-t^»*-(-*t;|".*-f'4«-(   10   /It!'!!
Will visit Chtlliwhacl- thellrst.Mom.ay
»ndfwo^p|lowlnf«««,l».aohMon^., ..
Teeth p.l>le..lveitr.eted.   anti
/-*o-_Mcu> _t MC-OIL,      DUt-JiT
'I'i-/  'i'■ fWC,?*I'S'?**
Offlce. ttoken.le Street, New *r~MtmlM<r,
*,V)l|le*>l*v«,B.O,. | .JyflPft-j
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MElte HANTS,
WHAW STBKET • V1CT0EU.
•A-QBUBrTS   TOB
North British and Mercantile
imnrinee ets, tor Malnlaid.
H.C. BEETON* CO.,
86 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C,
/PAY* lit ON
fy-vw,
•1*   NOBMAH BOLE,
-5U   BA_t_l-4ttl_t-AlVl-i*A».-     -ii
EandAjent,  qJ   i|(| *_^j*to]I*oan,
-Columbia Street,
setto j /  \ j Nrtiwertmlnsur, B.C.
A
1.BEHT J. HILL,
CIVIL EN3INEEB,
Land Snrrtyor, Dranght.man, .W.
.**T
isrih
i McCoi™' McSen sic StrM?
ShooJc) 100   f'lli;   'ii'
•itfm'iW'iftn :
V r
Audi ter, Accovuatant, *c.
Oolo^alHoH^Wf-tr.,        ds^i^
M
• <
W. tak. pleaiore In *Mooiin«Kl|im
Hall's HUr B«nr«r to wr mden. It
rertojM grey hair to Ua yoethfal color,
.met** SsM-m,makM tb. hur mlt
and gl»srr, does not _t*ln the .kin, Md
issltogethsr the West known remedy for
ail hki-.**M«Mp4MM*fl
aarvo or, «c«l Estate Broker and
CaavejraaMr
On aiul inter the 21st Instant <**••*. Now
Caledonia Hotel, Hurray Bl., Port Moody.
 y»" j mw,
m   J. TRAPP,
AUOTIONEBBANDAPPKABiBR,  J
Columbia Btreet New: Westminster
AlUco^Molsslgjai vr|ll raoelyf j^roapt
and eartlui attontlon, Best ret«ren«s
liven wheu required. mblt-te
>    '   ''.— '.——- —— ■
W. D. FERRIS,
fflffi ui flrfflll itttt
Bent and BebtcollMlor.
Ami far in. TBAVBuni un tm*
Act'iMirr imuiBAiHi oaarAnv,
■artr.nl.   "
isTOsffg!CTimww§
1
UND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate, Insurance and
Cenml88lon Acents.
FME, UK, WCHEUT ft HMMt IMIMMI
COLUMBIA STREET,
Tele-**-™-*'**!.     -nr -Himra
10      i delKe  -'   liu
PITT & CO.,
Real-Estate/ Mining
AM MONET IROffRS,
-,KS~- .
Geaaral OomaitssioB Ag-t*
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEOOTIATBD,
feme
DBR08.
ii
-pBAL B8TATB BROKERS,
Oonv.yaae.ra, c.llcotor.,
-.-.        And Iarar.ar. A|»l.,
Offlces at VICTORIA: PortBtfoet,   .
''; SeW WEHTMINHTER7 Corner'
MoKcnilo and Clarkson Hts,
VANOODVBB, (jonlovA Street.
IHtlLDINO IflTS for sale In nil sections
of Vancouver and Now Westminstor Clly,
FARM LANIW ol stllierlor qtaiilty for
•nio at 1 Chllllwhuok, Port Hammond,
Uugley, Matminl, Sumas, Mnd Bay,Ud-
/ner. Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pltv River.
SATURDAYS, J to _ la the nfteraoon,
nnS7i_otoI01nlheevonin_s     •• Trr-
IdsnUM.n i Gentlemen 15c.; Ladles
tree: i TJM bt Skates, Mc  BlslYi .*}?,0
Persons wishing to secure thc Rink for
select .Anting, parties can doso on appll-
WINTEMUTE, CALBICHv* CO.
. .'ii.-*-,   ■ -  'Wfae-'   ■ .,'■  -"fl
Corner t»mt\ DongUa streets,
I     VICTORIA, B. C.
FIMKO.
,'». I
una
rnoURISTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIR8T
*•   Class In every respect   Pally sap.
Kfd wllk .11 t.n.ralcarM.rttatwa
. This magnlncent Hotel Is now open for
*o*iil«So»olOu-sU, . l"TJZl
(VNo pains will be snn red by the man-
ai.jt.nit to make tbis Hotel pleasant and
attractive. doc-Hc
COLUMBU STREET,. 11 <   '
NRW WESTMINBTER, B. C.
MEALS AT ALL WHUtS
inAYOBNIOHTI.
Oysters In any Style;
Board bjr the Pay or Week.
Under the present mnnugement every,
thing will bo found drst-cltus, nud price.
nre extremely low.
dnolmS «. H. BARKF.i:. Prop.
WALSH
le Ml Tailor
Colmklt St., Hew Westmlniter.
HAVINoillrtPUECEIVEDOUR NEW
Spring Stook, w. Invite Inspection of
Ih. nnest selwtlon of     .. i -
JJ"
Ever shown In New Westminster. W.
.havevtnnd the nndn*. of MRHilW
WMAO-tta -wr-t^fcai*.hr»<liJfi_;
loaf ezperleneaJn London, Paris,and the
r»a£-*ffi.i-_aa<*ka<MDFiT
and artistic slyjo jte defy compctltloi
S. Hi WEBB,
AOCTIONEEE
APPRAISER
,.0_i .' ii-j-»p—      3 ,3;
HAVING HAD KXTKNHIVK KX-
. perimM tn CaJllomla awl 4m-
whoro ia tke above buslaw, I am now
prepared te lake charge of any sales,
auction or otherwise, tliat Uie pablio
may favor mo with.
Sins, Rites, Cartridges, Powder,
Shot, Fliklnc Tackle, Sperti*
ties,   Cillery,   Md   Har
s Blaisware,
TO BR HAD  AT TIIE OLD KTAN1I,
KNOWN AS THR
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA   STREET.
.  dwaulll.
THOS.  OVENS,
ij MANUPACTURER OP
c
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kind, of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Howina Machines, to., its.,
Repaired.
BlWlrfta-lNQ
In nll Its branches. Farmers', Loggers',
HIU and Contraot Work; Agricultural
',    Implements, and .vnytbUig In the
blacksmith line caade lo order.
dw-JlySlto]   Columbia St., New Wrar.
CHUHtES
CLARKSON STREET,
•pp. R-gtitr- ttke, Kr
1 flfluse, Siga aad
PAPM HANOIrW, OJ_t, MUWimiKI, *c.
,     WALL PAPER.
• The'l.-g.st Ms6r_-U«Ht!c>,;ifall,_«-_a_
&*^^ijaRai«u0Su,ss!
pies on view nt T. R. Pearson A Co.i.
| fttore, Columbia Ht.   rap«r kaaralaa at
ipeclal ly law rales. dseuto
rj
GUARDIAN
ie
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Fnnas, $18,000,000
CiTB_a.»i,*5r)
ESTABLISHED 1831
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.   i
T. R.PEARSON,
doo7to       (R C. 8. A P. Co.) AGENT.
U J A V 'witi
W.R. AUSTIN,
r
Mi
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
i  % Gtkifk-hott UArtis.■
Kay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
nr. cm,
W. run two stagw dally.eiccpt Sundays,
to Poit Moody, carrying H.M.8. malla
. Asno!lo.uororlobaccolsnsedwecanby
IwZVTk&ZZZ,
■inn,
rJ»wsffl«HBfta^^ ,w" >m{* ^
routo
itontractof ani.
Builder.
notioe. Addrei!)   "" ""
Drill RhPd.
VfOtlOB 18 HEUKBV GIVEN THAT
ll all piirnntHi linli'lii-pii to the lute .Itwlnia
Xe* WMtmlnsti-r, dw-paMil, nre m,u)r*.l
to pay the amount at Iholr Ittdubtmlnow to
ttieumtanlgned. forthwith, nml all per-
ions hnving nny elaims imnlont the «n«t«
undonlgned, fortliwim. ami all mi
» hnving any cilnlms nKiilimt the «n«t
are required tofurnlili imrtlculam lliereof,
HOI'HIA K. 1IOHRII,
AUmlnUtmtflx.
Hnl*l Hem West-, Oct. Ittli, \m.  oelSUm
-MnKiKKiiHT.,neitto
<lno?te
REMOVAL.
ANU11IIOH. HAVKTAKKNOKI-'IllRH
on the eoincr nf  Mitukmisle  and
____ kun Hlreeis, mie hlock almvo Oolum*
hie it, where they nio nnw prf-nni-cl to
F. ORAKE,
'        PHACTICAIi
WATCI1AKER
J-EW-EliER,
COLUMBIA STMET.     NEW WESTMINSTEI.
•pmtltr Caaal.gkaai SI «Vs,
SIfiN OF TUE BIG WATCH,
rl.ATK MANAGER FOR SAVAGE *
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
ChroioHtun, l«K»lcn, ChroBo*
xrapken, m4 all lie Watrk
rrpaln a SKeltllj.
1 NY ONK HAVINO WATCHES which
A bav. Ms Injureil by Inoompowul
walcti rcwdiw can bo marl, eaiaal to tm
ngala. JXwIUtY ot all klaS mote aad
ropnlml. All wark wwraaMd, clarg."
modoraie. Kstimatesglvenfraeofchiirgo.
"•*s*k_ Watckcs and'ewalty ekear.r
Ikan aay alker kaaH la •. C.
LADIES' SOLID IH CABAT OOLD AM-
KIIICAN HTKU  WlNDINtl  WAT>.*HK*«,
ncourato tlin.kecneii, MS; usual urice, gVi,
dwdrtto
asroTioB.
In Me snprcme Conn or Brl-
HhIi VolumbU.
FU
fl
l>
I
nvn-rr.mr-
mi
w.
&
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. ..
j   REMOVED''
iffr-To shop lately
im>*
IHSURMCE
e» _-_£*-ass-:5-r
1,      $3,000,000 ;      Losses
raid.   *4S,ooo,ooo
■»S-THAT«^»
w*-JrW\ w
^VO    80H
Hs
as   any " bther
lotnpany   doing   Business
in   British Columbia. .
ftisks  j^ron iptly "ttiicen,   anrt   "Losscsi
ictorily    »<*t j.istecl.
T.   R..   REAR.SON,
-aoc-3-t-c       r ***. te: -c. s. ft r. co.) agent.
Tsj^-tssismsfst
a
1
d
m
$1.25   -op the- $1.25
DISTRICT OE
Just Received by C. F. R.,
n
.. unr iftp jjyjiR-i/ Ascription.'
■'^mwvj;;
lepalrlngptall kinds neatly
W. PROTHERO A CO,
IWIWI.-.RO88
r. PEjjjtrjjs.
(NEAR*-MCHANTS'. sijoar^;
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURER-}, ..
_)_   *-      ■■-/__-" ■]:*   •'■    ,
UPHOLSTERERS
S-rrlngind Wool Mattresses and
BMMMg alwa*» on hnd.
HAVB ON HAND THE
l-BCEST AMB BEBT ITIMJK W »T«
MTl BE OX TIE MAIM AXD.
■ardw.r. JM-MB JSattc, la 'Ask,
t'kerry, Walaal, or Makogany.
Estimate, for Ofllce and Store Fitting...
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by -the Arm, who am nnw pre-
pared to do all hinds of work'In ttieuii-
liolslcry line. illlysic
iiBOOTtSHOE
TO THE; PUBLIC
jA'1  -
Vf crease in tfie number' of pstienl
received at the Royal Columbian Hospi.
tai, New Wcatakutfr- dnrias tke last
year, thc Board of Dire.to_.ihii H necessary to appeal to the pnblic for assistance.   In view ot the fact that the dis-
beea .*»-.,
rublic sui
luring tho
Sublic subscription, have been solicited
uring tho put three yean, the Board
are compelled to main this apaeal,
vass for subscnptions.   -■ --
New West., Sept. 28,1886.   clwM-_Bm2
H
UKTZ 111109., on behnlf of themiolvfe
mid all f-ilin- the Credttnin of IaiiIi
*   Unlil--ri.Aisiii.-Krt;
AltD
I'l.WAlUiUO!-]), LOUIS GOLD ninl KM-
M A UUl.D-Di-ri-.NliAttTrt.
tjY OKDKK or.toa hok: henuy
D P. Pcllow Cremtp.-l., I nin appointed
fternlvor of ttio lt*-»l KMM-e now n*nlNti*re.l
li HiiMiiimM of the Defendant* nr fit Iwr
ei lliem lh tlto 1,-nnd llfglitry Offli-e at
Now WeMmlnMfr, and tne Dwolllng
Holme now occupied by Uio Defendant* or
 --- ml...   .
twine or oneof IBotn idliiate nt 111* Oity of
Now Wf-HMlniUeranil the. penwUKl property ofthe Defendant* or either nr any
of them now In or upon iho Mid Dwolllng
Hou*e and the Hi. tri and prc*tultoi tdtttate
at Iho (Ity or Viinroiivcr known tm the
Oold Houn*.
T. Ji AnMHTHONO*
ItopulyMicrlir,
dwntvlml Hocolvpr.
The Gas Compan**-
resp^etftiify irffoiw
the Public that they
are1'prepwred to do
Qm Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
&c, now on hand.
£3P Orders may be left tt
the Company's Office, Hol-
,brook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
d-Jlymto
MANAOKIt.
NOTICK
TH HRRCHt OIVKN that application
I will ho tniuietothel>KlRlatlTe A«"em-
bly of the Provlnoo of Biitluli ColamWu,
*<Z>-JEe_.
.TITST  ARKTVHTJ:
, OOO   STOCK
Protii-^tie  x*-r*,ac*Pa---   -Houses of   -f-Jermany,
France,    Great. Sritain,   the   United.
States -a.i_i«l our great • I>omiiiton.
SOO    LINES   KEPT  ON  HAND.
AJSTI>     SEE    MY     STOCK
FORK   *-TOU   PURCHASE.
BE-
«1   ShOCS. from  "»Oe upwards.
Rubber   Coods   &  Tum-Yoms
JBooCs
EC-Bit   -st
i o**    all   kindn.
Ladles' Jbs dents' Slippers  for Xmaa—
*bl:..-»  l**s-mt\isemts ever seen.
_$*__:   -L.lnes ori.»dles', Misses* Jk Child-
-p-eaa's   Boots.
_
un i
•IO
Price, $1.2$.
[Uuu u ■■■■ ■'•''lllll i I Bil I
This Map has been produced at
great cost, und gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting ; the: most important
district in the Provj-jice-j V*"C..'  Sri
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the   O.  P. R.   and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
«1 wnolSU*
Canadian   Pacific
SH   WATER   TERMINUS
I'UBI-iISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real   Estate,  Insurance  and
financial Agents,
NKW WKSTMIN.STER, VANCOUVEa
AND-vici-ORJA.   *    ;•■;
FOR AALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER ANO VANCOUVER. _
..   .VUte
Theae rStDives!\ were selected by Mr. E.
S. ^Scoidlar •Derson£dk, and are from the
celefe#d MjTOopp Bros., Ha*hflt6ii;
Ontario, wBch is a guarantee thai they
can't be beaten'tafuality or cheapness;
Now as the StotfOV Season is dewing to, a
iclose, and as we'd^ti"! intend to, carry.ADy.
iHeatiiig Stoves over till next season, we
are offering these Stoves at £Bl£JES iNEY^
ER :■ miW (m ;;|BEF0RE IN TI$W>
Ciri*.;.;; As fee**-^hole stock must; be
closediOut.witH-^^ to yout
interest to come early and secure BAR
GAINS.      ;-■ ■;,;;. i;; ,«*»■.*■>««
We alse carry the largest, .lifltdbeit^e-
]ected stock of Cooking Stoves* Ranges
Tinware, Brass Goofls, Iron Pipe and Fittings in British Columbia, and our Goods
a^fldfiel-ed at Ipriic^'liat will defy cohijje-
•tition. " , "-*-" «»»•"* .■°>»-»*s
Tinsmithing, Plumbing and Steam and
Gas-Mtt|ng donerby -ftrst-class Mechanic
All Work guaranteed. : •    .i;...
Wflv keep a large.-assortment of GAS
FIXTURES and CHANDELIERS.
, , ,*[•>,' )1T .r,
E. S. Scoullar $c Co.,
dwnc)2!hn;i ■' Co|Umbia St., New Westminster; B. C.
Lnnglen Htieet, Victoria, on Saturday
the 27th day of November next- nt 12
o'clock noon.
By Order of the Provisional DUeatora of
the Company
M. LUMBY,
Aemmxttw-
Dnted 17th day of October, 1886. doc28m
ALEX. HAMILTON
UMNIIT., m. COUUT MME.
IS PHBFAItBD   TO   KURNIBHi: AM,
kinils of Naaniuental Stork.
SpealHltlnn In gcatoh (limill. r.nil Il.llnii;
Marble. |        . , ,   ,    .,
Rough nml Fine Slomi lor Ballillnjs.
Agent for Hrller-. •ra.atrnl.l n.M-r  '
"••••.   ' lli Jr.     Dlollli
I Designs seen lit DtJlupstirr'sBliooHtore.      ,.'
P. 0. Box W, New Westminster,   tlnol.le
IlintrtMlabn
rT       '.liiimii
iW'rfuoli
W'i*fti«cWiilii!rf-,iivWliwl|ciP,'l,'')-
1th Noremlwr, iU*       Wm
■\XrHFlREAS THE LIBUTERAltT-aO- J
■^Vm^r%SmS^r:'......
create School; BlitricU, In l adillUon
those already existing, nnd ■ to ueflne tl _ _
boundaries thereof,Bnd fto* time to tltrie
to alter the boundaries of existing DIs-
trlcts; It Is hereby notified that His Hon-
■ stMaMnH.'flMitttt''
' Boundnrles a School Distriot, under the
BftfftffiPHIHW
%mti   T
"••^■^lasMWWrtoaf'
Also, that UK
idlmotUutli
lmncheeii Sum   	
redeflned as follows;—All of Townships <
and T, Osoyoos' Division of YaleDlrtrlct.
L^o\ht\fM¥me\n^mi!fo''
School Dlutrlct" be changed to "Vnacou-
ver Seliool District," mid that Is liounda-
rles be altered and redefined ns follows;—
The same as those defined on thi-offlrlnt
mnpoftheCltyofVancouvovr ... ani_uuh
By Command.
.     j !JNp. RQBSQN,, -i   I. ..-I ,,
t  dnol7\v2 Provihcldl Secretary.    "
Scales* Mathews
City of  New Westminster!
IMPOETANT
iictiionSale
I'crr-P Ri'sEi
PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
c    Saturday, 27th Nov., 1886,
place at  the Aerlomltaral Hall-,
City   of   New WestTriineter, on
Rthe next session thereof,for ftn Actio
f"~    '           -*—i^    .
Ml
w
nnd KiiKilshUayVand for '■**^*P*tP,**1N
Kiiiu iiw.m-  mrnniuii   iiicitjui. iui       _    __
rorimmte n compnny tor the purpose uf
  —'-mnftfplB.-'-
I polntof i
OnnAdlan Parliic Ruifwi^r on Coal Hnrbor
"■  "-'■ "       "J for th* pi
roiistnieniiK.maniifLtiB-uid malHi*lntng
Wnter Works at the terminal point of the
orks
iftw
the Mid cohpuiv Iho
Ing water from Cfipilano
thereof grantlns
" -e of tnKl
liiike oi
rer to th  -
 - _, aqueducts, tnyplpei
Aame, ooqulro lands, aud dp all olb'
irlvllei
Burnaby liiike or other
with imwer to tho said ;
I flumes, aquediioti, lay pi
 jlbwacts
and tilings necessary for the purpoin
privilege
ureek.iii .   .....
■"Mnts,with (tower to tho said omnuony
lUt'dnrts. lay pipes, erect
 ...jurnnby Luke or other «utt«We
points, with power to the
fa build flumes,
■foresaid,
KHKltTH A TAYIjOK.
Solicitors for Applicant*-,
Dated September 30th, 1*6. dcWc
MR: ZED.
OITY SCAVENQES,
(lERSPOOIfl A»p YAKDfl
j nml chlmnojrsTliWjit.
ilnnlrtte
cr.**A(tt*b,
___*^ 4* o'do-clc in the - evening.' when the
following lots -will be submitted to pub-
li<- c?orK>p-_.t-;i*bioxi, in accordanoa with
- 'Lain! Sale By-~S\jtkw, 1S84," and amena-
' rrtrs,*z:*a.-tsm  thereto,  -viz.:
'-aO*Vr*EK.l«r*M-E"N-T    OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
'. t J_-o*t-» -NTos. 3 anil 4.
X^o*ts "*K*os.   13 to 20. inclnsive.
I yiCTTORIA   GAKDENR—Block B.
Lots _**-Tos. 3 to 6, inclusive.
I Lota Noa. 8 to 16,, **.,<;
Lots Nos. is, 10, 20, ao, 35 * :*o.
ST-    -P-A.TRICK'S   SQUARF.- Block D,
-  Lots Nos. -4 to 8, inclusive.
j Lots Nos.  IO to 3B,     -'-
_A.L.ICK   GARDENS—Block E.
Lots Nos.  6, 8, 0 and IO.
•CUNTON PLACE RESERVE—Block F
Lot* Nos. 1 to-*, Inclusive.
_.- Lots Nos. 8, 0, 11 *; 12.
Lots Nos.   14 to 31, inclusive.
Lots Noa. aa to se,
S*T-   GEORGE'S  SQUARE—Block IS.
Lots Nos.  14 to SEO, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 23 to 32,      **
Lots  Noi. 34 to 44,      •«•
ST-     ANDKEWS SQUARE—Block K.
Lots Nos.   16 to 18, inclusive.
Lots Noa. 24 to 28, "
Lots Nos. 33 to 40,
SAI_LOR'S   HOME Block L.
Lots   Nos.  1 & 2.
_&C:__£K.<0_B--<VNrr8* SQUARE—Block O.
Lot N*o. 6.
"l»e  Lots are   mostly GC by 132 feet.
GUNS, RIFLES,
•
Hunting Knives, Beyolvers,
ti tin tt 1 il 11 n n 1i
Reloading- Tools,
Fishing Tackle, &c.
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION. .
er nent. on tli
resnt.  in -till
jCtbo purehS1
cla-te of  sale.
re roll
re-*-'_*i
S. IOO
1 of the
_ hon tils**
money In
JBy onwr,
Jk- J. Xlpobt, c.
City Clerk's Office, . .
^?<rr-*x- -Westminster, 9th Nov.,
We are prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the'mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
■satisfactorily attended to.
CORNER CHVRCH is COLUMBIA STS.
NEW    WESTMINSTER.   :.
The New li.sai.ir, UmrJIrr
Yorick Club
UNDER A COMMrTTER 0V MAN-
Bffemont-u c]«ndrlll«f *T?litt> hns hwn
organlxed In thin City.
The Club wcpts every nU«riiat.. Tnrwdny
and promises to be u oompleie RUoceRR.
Oentlemen wImIiIiik to Join nro requested to hand ln their numes as soon hh pns-
»lble either to Mr. M. WOODS.tiea.i Mr.
A. B. ORERN: or Mr. OAniOCH, Pres.;
from whom full pm-tlcnlnn cim be obtained.    : -'-       dnolflml
Ixecutor's Notice!
IB thr mint trr ofthe Kfttatf at F. KlMltle.
<l*>«*r.iM4>«l.
A  JA.   PERSONS    HAVING    CLAIMH
JK    ajcnl imt tho Kstute of tho Into V, Kimble are requefttod to present tho nnme on
or be/ore the ltfth ilny of December next.
?,tid ull peraonn Indebted to tho hrIU Eh-
»t* are requented to settlfi the nnme on or
before thc Mild dnte.
H. W. COQPEIt,    .
Executor.
Now WeetraliiNler, Nov. 1(1,1M0.      dnlOm
''l-aufmW^m
BY A HAn| WHO IS COMPETENT ,TO
keep bookM, look aftoraatore or other
mercantile buHlnesii. collect, eanvaiw. or
t-ako charge of a butchering buninosM, or
would undertake alniont nny honorable
emplnj-ment, Apply atThl« Offlee.
flirnol'214
OfcDSEirigOUSil
it ,,'j! ttUtlBuW
TaiaaHi .a .w
r,,JM"i.lt4L.r1:,X l_ftjfittOBf Wm MM
hi .-..I -.-I .•-■ r  ,« .;J „.!>•..,I! if|^    > 1 !.,.„.
HAS RECEIVED'A-'VERY EiNEjHSTQGK iiQFM'ifl
113   ,tl>Ut'.*.   .-jlt-Msu.!
u-»l*i*>in
Ofc-/VJt T   1\J\1T   Iihm 311J *l-B.1JHfA-iT   till iui iu-i»f
7TrWlSrS.IST,lf.'G 6^'•""'■, *'"»""' r'""n*
.nau'i   .b-iipllihtl
Militiiery,Dre88Cood8,Cottbrti,Sheet-
!■"."■" v.:ing8r;Tweed», M$$
Ladies' and Children'^
. .1 -..-.I
and Cloaks.,
DM
-fll^Sffliiimy;fa the tiniit nnd (Wrgest Stiick on tfi* 'Mainlaiul!"* No
need to go to Victoria.    . .'        MU    llilll   ■WliaiOlitt]    .'.lJJ;l'if    il
DRESS GOODS in the new materials and shndei ion the »_•«__.
We call attention to the famous 8EA SERGEs whioh we
have at variousJpricen-^!W$i!., oflfc., 0210. a|»d'76c.; 0*0110% h» ,#|*i*i|_d l*y
U»in and even though soaked in'sea "water or boiled in soda, will still
-*»»'*,lrihP»I(_.INAI.-3()I<pB.    "
i^k-s^-6-__PAm'MF;N-r'is^veii8vp*.iied wit'h.xjes, Bra*
ces, 8hirts, Socks. Ac., »n<| -*new Bn(I ""hioni1*10 "tookof
Men's Hats, Ac.   , „_^ _ Q,^; A i_ T T | q
Imj     :.:iiijol] [imfi*****.*"™
i    - —-.  luffiuu
.<■■-.'- J.Jl.-il.
THE UNtDERSlGNEl) HAS.	
$8000 WORTH OF STOCK
'  ■■   J:
—i?PC)'nE SOLD-
At Cost and Biiow!
ffi
TOR THE MEXt NINETY DAYS.
Gum Boots, $6.50, sold for f 5.00.
Eilinlly low price* on nil otlmr BabW Oomls.   Th.se Oooils aro all Amwicaa
matiufai'ture. , -   .    rltoi    i '
Men's Boots, f 4.50, sell foi- f 3.50.
Ladles' French Kids. ^MJ«^|5J
. 3 months,   il you wut «ny-
---* —
.nil»>«yo-i»choicoi oml you will ni-fr)>|«W«g[ Ji(
^.•aertixient 5-u.clukln. -*la-tff,si-fe^
JAS. ROUSSEAU.
-POR C_«V__»_B_: to-m-T.-—.   ' 'iliiW'ti--
Theso
thing in my lln.
THU INSTANTANEOUS      g-ii
i! ill //   .ooiuuli-   laiwunini tttwsl*
_GSaAoJ_S_R ''
Will reftibve all Ini. or -""rult "
■ .'. .jj --    .  . :■:, -rJf  ■■-'   ni.ilip'irjjjjcr
Stains, Iron Rust, Greaje or
Mould, and leave the paper or
rn ■. ii      jhJ il-'V'Jr -J  W
'fabpe, psifectly.•*fl***j*i|r*!(l,, ,.
'[     mi-     r,0   ltoiiJJJJftq>jr>   i.'n/J   Xslloi    Oil.'
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
>. c. sT'Traw-y & fmnTiiB eo.
^ew Westminster, Vaiicol!ver 4 Victoriu .
I   j, .■   ri-fnolJi|e. .,   i ,,;    . . i
PAfelftO
)"
beilye^TWe^onsi,\v __
Carriages,
Top Bugjgiffi,;;;„.;
iii  .'j; '.^-bpW'->hig^i(B_i,'',-
Phaeton, !i
Btttoher Oartii
i j      Dump Carts,
Drays.' .wi    Stages,
Aite'imBRTr-Hist-' W W'
: .'.J 'VKjaiOliEiUNBi  im  sn-..:
W. have a Urge stock of  moil of
tie above article, oh hand, alw"It Urn
-Mock ot Wagon ahd QanJiag.rMat.riM,     J
Wheela, WooA««d ^Wl*W«-.^l|  o.   _->ni.
Repairing, rililhin * Irl»»la** loq
iloneatm«qwbUi->"!P«> •-   ri        •       '.'
- BLACKSMITHINC
Inallit«.Brariclie_'.        «"°° "®   X" ■' .
Estimates given on Ironwork,' ami
Contracts taken. Agricilltural Imple-
mont. made and repalrM, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw MilU, Lotging
Camp, and F»rm«rs,.k«iit .in jstook and .
made to order.    11 ..,.', i-.*i f,.'
Hone-SkoelBX and Geaeni
',     -.       J  JObblBgi ail:   J
We also keep in stock te suimly th*     I
trade, Iron, St**l, Chaiiie, Cuml-erlaad
(^al,,lioiM,;i^,.Oi(JliMaj Hwswi,,;-...
iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Camag.
Sprlnnsami AxM,aiidrt com*ileM'l**5r
of Carrlag»H«rd*._rtr.r J ili-r'-ors rfliifosqe-
l'arties requiring aiytHnJ In our iin. '<<
will find by Inspecting onr stock that '
tbey don't require to go to Viotoria to
got what they want, for they c»n get a
aupcrior article at  a reasonable price
h,™.y" '■• :* '."■'■'n
We are also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated i .lid II« jji npill low n doui
VICWB   HA-T •AlW«;f»M^
At rcdnoed pricey   It is iii. liest and
cheajHitTut,In"tftBHIIIIWl."'   *'" - s"ss—-
aarWe have «ot the best workmen to be "
qncntlyw«*ian o*rin_li»m_nt.tu»»''- Is
bj9K_9SWVM#'
promptlyatttmliKltd ';,-J  ,5 ^l„f,:,.
imctm, RIIO ftOURM*-.       ■ THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
s4ifWSiM!
Iiitiik Ooiuhim Iranwin aw PanrriNO Co.
At the Company's Bteam Printing Es-
tabllanment, Oolumbia St.
Delivered in the City dally.. .25c. per week
Mailed dally, one year ...10.(10
Mailed dally, six months a.....;..,.--.  6.60
Traaileat AdveHlsemeats.-Flrst insertion. 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive insertion,! els. per
line. Advertisements not inserted every
day, loots, per line each insertion.
•_ per month i 2 Ins. 8JI; <A col. 18.80; V, col.
•".75; 1 col. lie. It Inserted for less than 8
mos. 10 per cent, will bo added,
SPMlal Xatlee. among reading matter,
20 ets, per line ench Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, loots.
per Hue. ...        L
Births, Marriages anil Donths.ll for each
Insertion; Funeral Notions In connection
with deaths, 50 cts. each Insertion,
A.rll.a Ism, whon displayed, charged
j 25 per cent, less tnan transient advts. It
, solid, charged at regular transient rates,
'&im
nenthimM- as'V'lSt' .hTitoame.,
■■" that I ahall never havo occasion to
cross tbe Atlantic again," "Bough
passage, eh I'i queried ' a "friend.
■,^«gj*_>,iS[ no aame for it. - I.-lud
four kffirt,beat & tlmes.S-jr. Y.
Snn. -S5 ™ ««r-'W
The str. Fleetwood, formerly on the
Colombia River, haa been brought to
the Sound, and is going to run between Seattle and Olympia. The
Fleetwood is n screw steamer, 119
feet long; and is said to be the fastest
boat on tho ooaat. Sha makes 17
miles an hour.r 1 "Old--!.**!
i Wilson. Stan-, of tbe Vanoouver
fouadrf. '.Tittota, hate shipped to
Port Towniie'id, lot transportation to
China on the bark Southern Chief, a
pair of high pressure stern wheel en
gines and the necessary Wrought iron
work and connections. The machinery is to be put into a steamer, now
building in China, designed (or navi-
gatini* one of the rivers of thai areat
empire. ■ - -. - ■'   ■■-''   ' ■
THE WEEKLY COLU
braea* every Datarday Moral.g.
( Dollvored In thority.4>esie"jr...,,+.MW.0O
WIIUV AOVMT1IIM0 MTH.
1 TinatfmtAiiffcritoiwitttiti^F'"'*' ■■**""•-
!'S'^Mffl&l,iSUb-
JHaaaMag A*verUseaseats.-For t inch,
11.50 per month: a In.. .8 per in.; 31ns. ttOO
per &.; 1 ool. $12.76 per m. II InffiMfcJ
I less than 3 mos. 10 per cent, wlU.1>ft-OTWfli
totheserates. .'
Bpecial notices among leading matter,
I   cut. per line eaoh Insertion.
inserted ln either UsaetwBss than $1.
Igail^li^tigh dolnmbiittt
w.dawdar Evealsw. Nntaaber St. las*.
I.      ■
nolOlw
-six lie-
A choice lot of1
coate at J. Ellard & Co.'s,
The tiiermometor-dwpncd tu *i
lowzeroatW^pIiiSSipWlTiL
A cattle train  with USO head on
board oame into the oity last night.
Mr., pansmulR jW* his loss on the
I BartlM^asUr-vSmless than $45,-
r 000.    ,
Tho buzz-saw has an off-hand way
with new acquaintances.—Commercial
Bulletin.,, ,     a ,——.„ T <
Sl_"Bichird Cart-Wfght to* Kem
I nominated for South Oxford, Ont., by
, the Liberals.
J Tbe str, Tesaerartived lasti night
I from Viotoria with a full freight and a
| few passenger..    .-.iJ-nui
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
Apply  at Woods,
business; cheap.
- imble.
fj Turner tOambHK- *"* " jyUte
* Just in time for sending East, a
l splendid lot of Hatig'i prlS) Xmas
P Cards at J. Ellard & Co.'s.   nolOlw
\ilKfeHMltt
be held a day earlier than was at first
intend*!. ■ lo
The Chicago correspondent of. the
Winnipeg SuniwsjtheC.P.B.M_t<k,
gctlier too onUrprising to- the Amcri..
can roads.
The jieople of the eastern provinces
are insisting on the winter port of the
jC.P.B, >•*>•* a Canadiau.iiwtaiid
.rightly so.
,   N. P. Stramberg, tuner and
tor ytj-toai ~ '  " "
igiU-MMH UHM orders
Pearson & Co's. dno24to
It is expected that* the repairs to the
str. Evangel's boiler will be completed
[this week, and pMMMflle!
she will be maki
Bel
again,
fc new Ms UHt »v»tM "1*4*1 »rcliitcc-
.tura] designs at Mr. Hills office, McKensle tt., and combine economy with utility
wdhi-iMj'i1-'''"•''  "' ''dWWISte
Tha stMHwr Gladys arriv-d from
Ohilliwhaok last night with 100 bale.
hay and several  passenger..   To-day
' she brought np a load of hay from the
North Arm.
Mr. N. P. St A'liiberil plslW tuner,
i is in town, and is prepared to receive
| order* v *,. Stoaa.be-g's'kiU Jtn 'ht.
jt' busineu is well known, and needs no
goods we have opened ani uualia of
Diagonals, Weat of England Broadcloths
and French Caaslmeres. Walsh the
Model Tailor.   Hibbeki Walsh, Man-
*f- i'ii  -i i • -  *8?"°
An Ottawa despatch says: Peter De.
rose and J. Connolly, sentenced to be
respMd 'to w*wwroF"Dece*noor.
pending an investigation into their
sanity.
The 0. P. N. Co.'a. steamer Maude
oame up from Viotoria UM night, an*
will return this evening with 660 bales
ttWr**^mCh«nT.
Reliance.
"Ma," aaid Polly oMItin, '•*■ thi
Liberty statue is that of a woman,
isn't ttr-'."* Yes, dear." "'Won't ahe
be awful lonely out on that island
without a man to look stttrf'—PitU-,
burg Chronicle.
-s^f^t-tV^^^ *-**Pe»-'***
lUffo* EriglisTi surgeons arrived on
to-day's train and will be at the Holbrook Howe till Sunday, where' he
can be consulted respecting .peci.l
remedies for ohronic diseases.
The balances to the credit of depositors in the Dominion Savings banks
in Ihia province ou the 30th of last
September were as follows:' Viotoria,
11,019,769.26; New Westminster,
1293,139.83; Nansirao,^      "*"*'
It is proposed that people
not wish to be interviewed shall wear
a small oyster-shell on the lapel of
their coats.   When a fellow begins to
^^*f^ffi'--^.'.J«i!
Pott. ■    ,   ■       .  t
B4V."Joh*tebn,'of the Yorkhill
Congregational church, Toronto, has
resigned owing to trouble which hu
arisenoutof a sermon preaohod by him
recently, in which he emphasised a
••••■onjfMsf "-ift-ti-'WI--1-iJSff*"*
rnlgiipi
' nation has not yet been aopepted.
AMEttrupsrinathoroUghlyclein.es
the blood, stimulates the viUl functions,
| and restores the health and strength.
j and often a sense of discouragement and
despondency, i fawns hatUg this feel-
I iug should take Ayer's SartaparilU to
porlf-^nd -Jtallr^--^' ,.,t-*
1 O. E. Comstock, Caledonia, Minn.,
writes: " I was suffering from tho most
excruciating ' pains ' from Inflammatory
rheumatism. Ono application of Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil afforded almost -instant relief, and-two bottles effected a
permaiu***J .ure.^ :' S[  ,y   '
Snow.—Mr. Jno. Ibbotson, who
came down to-day from  Mount Lah-
Jian, rtpirtt 6 .holies of snow at that
<ywm>}y'i k
For this Pbison.—Six Metlakahtla
Indians who wero qentencqd to 2 and
3 months' imprisonment for, creating a
disturbance were "brought up on the
Rithet to-day,, to,- bo confined in the
iail.hwsiu■■•"»« •<><■■■■' ■ ">'»"
i,i„i,IJ. -.4^^-U-■■ ■
Pfi«»"Wl(i!»d:,-Mf.";G. W.   Jor.
an, of Goodwin & Jordan,  Viotoria,
will visit ,Ne,w; Nyostminita^ during
this month.   He comes highly recommended.   Orders for tuning or re-
P*!-lW9*i*HlRil!i# ,-W j-Mff«fi«8e»n4l
store. ,,    ,.,      <"nol3tc
Commons Election.—We are authorized to stnta that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in tlie field. as, a candidate for the
seat iii Ijie' House bf Commons hindered: .'vacant by the death ot our
.lateIMftitM repVeaeirtiitivo, Mr. Homer. !,■:...'. dwoo25to
Imt' "^i^ita,^—T)|a Wasixx ,Coi-
umbian, was issued this morning, and
may be had at the book stores. Besides a large quantity of interesting
reading matter. relating to this province, this week's edition gives a report
of the first excursion on the Pacific
soction df'tho O.P.P. '
Thb Coin Wavii—Mr. II Van Vol-
kenburg, who haa juat returned from
east'of' thejCaa-ades, reports that'port
of the country is frozen up and that
cattle are crossing tho river on tho ice
above '• Lytton. ■. Ho' says tin! reoeh t
topic, wave has pioved'os severe as any
weather during last winter.
r-    r.    »rf,,l_VV, _i'-
Otm 'Bsfe SOTri,*.—Reports Mitii
the interior lead to tlie belief that this
will be a vory hard winter for atock.
Last summer waa unusually dry; and
jhe grass cvorywhoro was dried up,
raving scarcely any feed for stook.
i the winter should prove to be long
and severe it is thought there will bo
a great loss of cattle in the upper
countjry.
,;.>
UK
C A Goon Proposition.—A movement
has ibwn. started at Winnipeg to present the Prince of Walct with a testi
monial in recognition of his services in
connection with the Colonial exhibition, The proposition is a decidedly
good one and should be acted upon by
eyery provinoe of the Dominion. So
steadfast and;useful ajMnd to the:
^A*f^T^H*rth^
suoh reiogmtion by them.
■
Political News.—Despatches from
tho east state that politicians are now
busily utJAft $ beer the province of
Ontario, tot their ' operations are
hampered by doep snow. Mr. Mowat's
coup, appears to have excited great
iui(U bttpliig,' willi
rtlon In vory Bad condition, and the cold weather will retard
their progress in getting it iiito shape
' fore polling day. It is now believed
.. ,t the Dominion elections will be
delayed till the result is known in
Ontario. Tho statement is made that
Sir John and Mr. Meredith have
qusrreled.
   >'_>»—
Slants -.eiliino:: ,"Viotoria Batten
ikkrself with the idea that the N. P.
R. R., when completed, will make hor
the actutl tiirmitius.-leavitig Portland
ill the shade. For that purpose, they
say, Ihe N. P. will1 nut only have
-learners of their own plying between
Island, VUM'S original plan, so a. to
be within a short distance of her by
'water. That a oontinuatnin Iwyond
Fidalgo Island to connect withjtlcw
Westminster will be established Is unquestionably true."
Quite OomuiCT.—Some enthusiastic Canadians in New York, whosil
inds have b«*n disturbed by the
icccss of Bartholdi's projtct, are ambitions of securing tha construction of
some memorial of th* good feelin_: existing hetwoon the two great Engliah
speaking nations of the earth. One
speaker thought a structure 109- fact.
higti.r than Bartholdi's could ba
reared for suoh a memorial, and his
associates applauded his remarks. We
hopo Canadiana will have inore sens..
than to try their band at Babel build-
True friendship requires no such
mil.
empty. ' acknowledgment.   A '-mpre
practical evidence would bo tht prompt
settlement of tht extradition and fisheries disputes,-*- Winnipeg ftto.-'-'
tttm
^=BEsat—mm—m—tm
Job printing of ell klnd.
at the Columbian offloe.   Mi
ftund lower than at, any other office In
'tteprWnee.T^i.*',,   ,
Canadian Pulter and Uynmal, with
tunes (for Pre.byt.rl_n Church), at T,
R. Pearson * Co.'s, New Westminster
. . **ai<.r»nvllle.   ■' *
mm~~m-Bs^sstssssm
, A Weu-Fouiidbd Grievance.—
The condition of the old and the new
roads from this city to New Westminster is very bad for traflic. The complaints of the stage owners, teamsters
and driven! of conveyances are loud
and numerous. They nllego that
through tiie deep ruts with wliich tlie
thoroughfare is covered; their vehicles
aro so jolted and shaken that repairs
are needed constantly. The horses,
too, suffer considerably from the heavy
strain put upon them through the deep
mud; Jiist no* the mud is frozen
hard and the teams are mounting and
descending hillocks all the time, shaking'' up the vehicles and injuring the
horses. A small outlay is really necessary to put the thoroughfare in order
and we trust that by calling attention
to the grievance the needed repairs
maybe attended to.—FomiJOHW!*' News.
We aro afraid the griovance is beyond
remedy for this season at least. The
road wonts a thorough repairing whioh
can be dono oniy during the summer
season. The great mistake was in not
having this work done hist summer so
as to make the road available for traffic this winter. Persons coming from
Victoria and Vancouver are coining by
way of Port Moody so as to escape the
sens of mud.
—;———. . .  *—-  ,
A dilapidated Phvsicqiib may be
built up and fortified against disease by
that Incomparable promoter of digestion
and fertilizer of the blood, Northrop &
Lyman's VegetableDiscovcryr and Dyspeptic Cure. It counteracts Biliousness,
and Kidney complaints, overcomes bodily
ailments, special with the feebler, sex,
causes the bowels to act like clockwork,
and is a safeguard against malaria and
rheumatism.       ■   '■   _■-
,   Passeni-en. per C. P. R.
By To!«graph.   '
Rogers Pass.—The following passengers passed this placo to-day on the
Pacific. express, and , will be duo at
Port Moody aiid New Westminster
to-morJtow: Mary McGuring, Mary
Fitzgerald, Medona Seppell.
Two Chinamen Killed.
Najtaimo, Nov. 22.—Two China-
men, working in the lower levels of
the V. 0. Co.'s mine, were accidently
killed this evening by the falling bf
coal from tht roof. Dr. Renwick was
summoned, but too late, as both were
instantly killed!
._, ■ .
Personal.
The Bishop of New Westminster
and Mn. Sillitoe aro the guests of the
Bishop of Quebec—Olobe.
Supt. Lamb of the Western Union
Telegraph Company at Portland, arrived in the city to-day nfter an absence from the province of tonyeais.
I Messsa. J. K. Barrett, district inspector of inland revenue, Manitoba;
H. A, Costigan, deputy collector,- of
inland revenue, Winnipeg, and Capt,
Good, collector of inUnd revtnue,
Victoria, arrived here yesterday, and
remain till to-morrow.
Registered at the Colonial to-day:
Neil Black, Yale; H. Coursin, Grauito
Creek; A. D. Whittier, Granite Croek;
J. A. Whittier, Grauito Creek; A. B,
Forgusoh, F. H. Lamb, Portland; W.
L. Cusack, Victoria; J. D. Humphreys, Toronto; Wyman Clark, Toronto.
The superiority of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator is shown by Its' good
effects on the children. Purchase u bottle and give it a trial.
€omin»nicatioiw.
Tbe Graha Jnrr.
, Editor Oot,r*niiK.--I do not think
any intelligent person can read an article copied frum the Toronto-Veus
wliich appeared in last evening's Columbian without taking exception fo
the statement tlmt "the grand jury has
outlived its usefulness. The jV«c»
saya that "quite loopholes enough exist
and that the weighty reasons which
called 'for the adoption of the system
no longer exist. The grand jury waa
originally designed as a protection
•gainst the. power of the orown, or the
penonal vindiotiveness of prosecuting
'officials. With tho publicity given to
legal proceeding by tho press, all danger on that score has passed away."
Your contemporary evidently has forgotten that one of the very best teat-
urea of tha grand jury, system is to
preserve the accused fiom the degradation of a trial unless in the5 opinion
of twelve of the most intelligent of his
fellow men there is sufficient prima
facie evidence against him to warrant
a trial, It may hi said that tha intelligence of our magiatratea should decide this point, but experience has
shown that many worthy and innocent
persons have boen committed for! trial
by the magistrates who afterwards
were uvea from a humiliation' which
would have followed them all their
lives, by the wisdom of a grand jury,
lt is not to be supposed that the
judgment of onu man is equal to that
of twelve. Tht rule works iu general
. with equal advantago to the stale aud
tho publio, aa it docs to thu aecusod
and the individual, inasmuch as use-
leu and needleu expense is avoided
-by only proper cases comimr before
the court. Much mure could be snid
.in favor of the grand jury, but fnr the
present I shall only add that It is con*
sideied as useful and regarded with tis
much favor and respect by the pen pie
generally as ever it was. Yours, eto.,
Layman.
.Nov. 23,1886.
■■'ii i'i.'im  'i', j '
The Croat French Komeily, Dr. I.e.
Due's Periodical Pills. Theso Pills are
t-bmpouiiilctl from the purest dvtlgs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon tin Qcnertiliiw. Orpttss in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means mado to retain their full strength'far years in any
climate. Ask us foi' private circular.
A. M. HiJiiRtMi & D. S. Ci'OTMfcCo.,
New Westminster! T. McNeeley, Ud.
tier's Landing; H. McDowell It Co., Van*
ceuvor; Plmbury A Co.,* Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Dolunan Island; A. R. Johnson
it Co., Ckoinalau.; R. B. Uioliardson
Cowioham W. E. McCartney * Uro.,
Vancouver and Kniuloops; Hastings Haw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
DrugCo., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yalo;
W. K. Megaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
* Co., K-inloops; i Laxolsy t\ Co,;
wholesale ncrnts, Victoria.    ilwseSRyl
_BIj_BOTO_RS
_OF—     •
New Westminster District,
GENTLEMEN;—An a successor to yonr
lato representative 111 the Commons will
eoon Imve to be oleotcd, I hereby announce myself o candidate for the posl-.
tion.
I purposo publishing an address in
which I will (five my views on the most
Important questions Directing your Interests, una will visit the different settlements and address tbe electors before
election day.  !
In Politics, 7am and will be T_ioi.our.ii-
/.V INDKPBKIHSNT, ■■■
Yours respectfully,
dwoc25tc T. J. TRAPP.
This Afternoon's Despatches,
Pithm TeHg-ftau.
Detboit, Not-? Hi—Frances Pftiina,
oneof tlie oldwt Wid wealthiest citizens of this city, died this morning.
He leaves an estate worth from fifteen
to eighteen millions.
PirasBUKO, KofclW.rr-The Knights
of Labor have begun an important
movement among soiled iron workers
by organizing an assembly uf skilled
workmen at the Elba iron and bolt
works. The assembly ia composed of
heaters and rollers, but it is the intention to admit puddlers in a few daya.
All the men enrolled are members of
the amalgamated awooiation, and intend to remain ao. This is the beginning of a general movement for enrollment of skilled iron and steel workers
as Knights of Labor, all still1 retaining
their membership in the amalgamated
association. The object is to have a
dual organization and thus to increase
their power by being hacked not only
by amalgamated association but also
by the whole order of Knights of
Labor. • -
CLKyEtT4ND,.0hip, Nov. 24.—Wheeler, the miser, hound over to the common . pleas court yesterday without
bail for murdering his wife, was released on $20,000 bail by Judge McKinley.
New York, Nov. 24.~-The jury on
the McQuade cose in connection witli
the boodle alderman disagreed and has
been discharged.
Washington, Nov. 24.—In his annual
report ito the secretary,of war, Gen.
Macfeelya, commissary general of subsistence, says $3,175,00 was expended
during the last fiscal year, leaving a
balance on hand nf 9600,000, Supplies amounting in value to $410,000
were transferred tu the interior department during tho year for1 the
maintenance of Indiana. ,     1     ,.
Boston, Nov. 24.—A despatch from
Barrington, N. S., says the British
steamer Salina, Capt. Potters, from
Antwerp, Nov. 4th, for Boston,'for
Boston, is ashore at Cape Sable. No
particulars ..received. -1 _i (t lfi • 1*1 •
I Miss Mary Campbell, Elm, writes:
" After taking four bottles of Northrop
k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dys-
peptic Cure, I feel aa if I were a new
person, j bad been troubled with Dyspepsia ifor & number of years, and tried
many remedies, but of no avail, until I
used thia celebrated Dyspeptic cure."
For all impurities of tho Blood, Sick
Headache, Liver and Kidney Complaints,
Dostiveucas, etc., it is the best medicino
known.      . ,  ,■
Per str. Adelaide from pointe up river,
Nov. 28.—Mra and Misa I_enoiix,D McRae,
H Koas.H Barret,.! Smith,E Revely,8
Dawrenee, T Calbick, H Edwards, Cotton,
Crane, Carter.
Per atr. Gladys, from up river, Nov. 23.—
R Oaroer, J McDonald, Mrs McLellan, A
McLellan, Henry, A Dunbuss, J11 MoQre-
Sr, HcTarfct, Brown, WllBon, Robertaon,
cKtndlay, Williams, Blanchard, 5 Indiana, -I Chinamen, and several others.
Per atr llithet, from Viotoria, Nov 21. I
Mrs Milter, 2 sisters St Ann's, Burr, Perrin, Laidlaw, Cusoek, Dwyer, McOee,
Jackson. Royal,Bartlett,Constable Lewis,
Constable Brooks, S Indian prisoners.
■      .in ii.,    n.ijiii,.-, =r*r*
WholeMlf<.H) Market,
. Beef,     per 100 lbs «C 00 fl «T 00
Pork "         7 60i 0 00
Mutton      ", 8MO 0oo
Htdes'gr'n)"  8 fiO @ 0 00
Potatoes     -' 0 758000
Turnips      "  OSTfl 075
Carrots       -'    ;.   ..._,,„„ 0 40§0 75
Parsnips    "  0 75(8 100
Beets f* ■ 0 758 1 00
Cabbage     "         0 50 at -1 00
Onions       "  H 1 9B9' 3 00'
Apples        " ..„, 2 00| 2 50
Peam "   -       ,:..l..„~ 2 000250
Wheal "  _......« 150O  175
Oats -,    -."-•', :..mi.i.  1 IM  136
Peas  -        "      *..;.....*. LlWfllW
Hay,        per ton 10 00 © 00 00
Butter (rolls) per ft  0 25 3 0 80
Cheese,.   •*      "  .<. 0 120 0 19
Sat* p»"-3:r:::.::::::J»i
Ducka      ,   "        .!,»._ 0 25 „
Chickens, per pair. 0M(3 071
Turkeys, per tb.  020fl 0 25
Cordwood (retail) por eynl S60@ 4 00
White Bronze Monuments.—White
Bronze ia a comparatively new substance,
and has come into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes In this country. It hu
been found td be to Well adapted for statuary aud monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Itridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Dos
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments ot all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
theso companies, it hu bean found that
the material will stand expoaure for an
indefinite period—it ia practically indestructible. White Bronse being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is stated
to be equal to gold, ailver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze',
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments sre out from refined sine, snd are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sSnd blut, aand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of- steam,
which cuts the surface, but does not adhere to it. k A thin film of oxide whioh
forms on this bronze is indiatructiblo by
tlie elements; it cannot ba dissolved by
water, and Air cannot penetrate It, although the Kim is ao thin u to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
ean take plsce. —Motion Journal of Commerce. Clias. J. Kobson, New Westminster, ia agent for the White Bronse
Monuments in' British Columbia. Much
cheaper and. more durable thau any
other. inyStc
A new map of British' Columbia juat
lasued by the govornment, for sale at
T. Hi Pearsoh ft Co's. The best map
ever issued; $2.'25,-A(lv,
'"' Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Sate, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. U. Pearson ft Co's. *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views In British Columbia, 91.00 per
set at T. R. t-eareou ftCo.*s. *
Surface Indications
**V*'mt it miner would very properly term
"surfsee luilleatloiis" of wlu. Is lKue*Ui-
ai'o tlio Pimples, Sties, Bore Eyei
■HM-fi-.
luted ilnrin:- tlio whiter moutlis, uow
. makes Ils jnvsolico folt, through Nature's
uiiil.jivora to expel it from tho system.
» lillo It iiriimhis, It Is s'roiMju thnt Jesters
In the lilnud uud muy develop' into Scrofula. This eoiiclltlou-Jnuscs derangement
of the digesi'vo mul u'lmllstory orgnns,
with n tcclinx of enervation, Innguor, and
weariness—oft_n lightly spoken of as "only
jprliii; fever." These aro evidences that
Nature is not able, unaided, to throw ot.
the corrupt atoms which weaken tlio vital
forces. To regain health, Nature must ho.
allied by a Ihornnuli blood-purttyliig a*
leluo; iiud nollilng elso is so cO'ectivo_H-:,
Ayer^Ur^arilhi
which is tuiftlt'lcntlv powerful to expel
front the system even the taint of Utijtdr.
ItarjrBcrofiUu.
Tho medical profenlon indorse AVkr'i
Pau9A»_jiu,la, and many attertations of
tlio cures effected liy It como from all parts
of tho, world. It Is, in tho Imiguacu of
tho iloil.-Franels Jewett, ex-StateBe#
ator of Miissacliusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "tho only preparation that does
real, lasting good.1'    ■
riUSPAMSD BT
Dr. J. C. Ayert% Co., Lowell, Hass.
Sold by all Druggists: Price 11;
Six bottles for $5.
D. Drysdale & Co.
, .Hav£ now in Stock a Complete Aajio^tient of
The Confederation Lire.
The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the aooounta and the Directors' report
thoroughly jnetify the ecomiums Whieh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in whioh the Oompany has declined' to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to ths
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of tho finances of
the Company is the faot that the interest;
income is sufficient to pay tho death
claims--wliich in a company of the age of
tbo Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. .The assets and liabilities are
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies aud providing for
every debt, there ia a Surplus of $282,109
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in thc last year
was 8260,300. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz;—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, un-
wise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new buaineas."
—Toronto, Globe, T; ;I^;Pea«Bn&,CQ,
are agents for this company in British
Columbia. mlOto
DT.  PAUL'S CHVRCH. Rervloea cv-
P ery, Sunday at 11 a. m. and V p. h. in
the Churcli, Rt. John streot, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially Invited.  Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.     .
(fe28tc)    *    -'
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rov. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
11 n. m. and 7 p. m. Sundny School and
Biblo Class 2:30 p. m. Pmyor Meeting on
Thursdays nt 8 p. m. Seats free; BtranRera
cordially invited. Je7-te.
T) APTIST CHVRCH, Hev. Robt. Len-
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Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
School ami Bible Class nt 2.30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at i o'olock.
Strangers cordially Invited. aplBtc
VSIOV -LODGE Ri, *, A, W»
t Jb A. M.— The regular Communications ot this Lodge are
V held on the first Monduy In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cord IS i-
ly Invited to attend D. WILSON,
• fe23-tc ; - Secretary.
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-.*___»*«;■-■—_;     jn!l jjrcon. Iiouk just issued hy tliu
Latest liy T elegrapli
uaveviiuieiit. it is shown that Couut it_
Koliitart, minister of foreign affaire,
has sent a circular letter to each of tlio
powers assuring them that; Italy is
desirous of European concort'to maintain tho peaco on a basis of tho Berlin treaty Mill Independence of the
Balknu stfittjs. .The Rrecn book states
tliat in a recent, ciinvenuttion witli
tho British lUMasa-dor to Italy
" VMWlt. HJ   l I Count do   KoWttrt argued thtt it
S*n  Fbanciscjo, Nov
A rumor prevails in railroad circles      Bombay. Nov.   23.-A    party   of
that a party of surveyors  have been ' merchants who have arrived her. from
"t-llu^r^-9^-^*   -^WJS'.*? fl^ftfi
jiloiig'llie "Coliiiiuiiji river
Cuiiadiuu Pacific iiiti> L'ort-tnd.* l."
piiictical mute is liiHcovered work will
be commenced at nu early il;i*_. It is
statad; itf(it Mackuy is behind this enterprise.
Charles It. Bronson, nt whiwo house
in Alameda tho smuggled "opiuiii was
found yesterday, was arrested to-day
jurd: was placed in the hands of tlu) 1'..
S. deputy inaraliall. Durinf the afternoon he gave bail in J?1000.
Itiiiiftinl_aliaiiflil that BbIAwui i-""-1*-
ed IftmliifiWtJsiiturdi'y'on the str.
Haiites-.'*— - "■—*——
Arrived, str. Queen of the Pacific
from Victoria; str. Columbia, from
Portland.        /^.a T-  j A .
Samuel S. Rokertef who prasided at
a meeting in Metropolitan hall 2 weeks
ago called to iwenge tlie murder of lit-
tie IffamieTCclly, nas*1.-en arrested on
u wan-ant charging him with riot.
Roberto wiyM*rt-a**ad .front onstody ou
tiling a bo-rfiTjala %   '.-■'   ,;-    ;'
A speciawllpml fflin Loudon re-
ceived by the Coll states that one of
the worst elements in the European
situation is the terribly uncertain temper of the Car, who in his presont
state of irritation and excitement, is
liable any time to throw off all restraints of prudence and plunge the
"I'oJHefEuf*K jMjo wnfc Thelitis a
genn'mnBliHthatme supposed
conianationlaweli Eiauwd, Austria
t-iulfjfily' it auaooouipli-foil fact, with
Germany in the background to divert
the attention of France, and tliat the
combination is rletermijieil not te ad
vance an inch, but to leave Russia to
decide whether sho prefers war or
peace. It is thought that Bismarck is
now ready *_*il anxew .ta-ineeipitnto
the crisis.   M § 'J
A apecioffL nil #ifeS» from Ottawa, Ont.tsSJt: At ir special1meeting
of the cabinet held this morning to
consider the dissolution of the Dominion parliament jt was decided to postpone an appeal to the country till the
result of the provincial elections is
known. Sir John denies that dissolution was discussed but from reliable
sources it is learned that tlie meeting
was couveMtl for l_i*t purpose. The
fishery troubles with me U.S. wero
considered and representations will at
once be made -tv the BriMltfuveKt-
ment concerning tho outline nf an
agreement in which Canada's interests
would be protected in the event of
Canadian waters being thrown open to
American fishermen. The governpr-
general was present nt 'the cabinet
meeting:1 ■"'     —_—  ...—
The canvass of the full official vote
of Son Francisco wns completed to-day.
The vote on governor is: Bartlett, 17,-
449; Swift, 15,675; Bartlett's plurality
iu San Francisco, 1774; Swift's plurality out-Mo of San Francisco, 1149;
Bariet£| |||" ^ihiiality in (the whole
Berlin, Nov. 23.—In spite of the
closest watch kept «n the barracks at
BerBii, Spandan, and Pott-Jam, (hour
sandB
nmong tlie troops.
1 consists mostly of
i tho soldiers to
in hn&toning a
r «**tfce of the
. tracatjo men
negotiation for aNftropoi
loan of 120,000,000 marl.    _
eirted since hia interview with 
iimarok that Herr Bleichroder has
demanded heavier terms for the proposed loan, which Russia has declined,
to concede.
n!»n-_S^l^t'-««a'- -" oflcWly advised of the prevalence of cholera in
Buenos Ayres.
BurssKLs, Nov. 23.—The senate
and chamber of representative! today agreed to consider a bill making it
computtkiftf awry citizen tp enter
niilitaMftlciMNtfie oke, of * yean.
TiElfni.No/. 28.—Li Hun| Chang
wm present nilne formal opening of
the experimental line of the Decan-
ville Railway., The ooension was attended with great coremony, and the
line was onerated successfully.
NnSiviMii.- sS<ri:-sji.iiJrri/i'- lawyers
of this .eity have offered a lawyers'
stake of $15,000 to be run for at the
sprituunca'iiii. of the Na-hville, Tenn.,
liliKitJuVI ruaociabaii. Tlit nuw is
for tjinrril. ami Ui*.iU»Unce I mile
and one-sixteenth.
Pabib, Nov. 23.—A man nud his
wife named Thomas have been sentenced to death and tho wife's two
brothers nniisjd l/tBon to imprinon-
nieut forWieStttdimurderol Mme.
LeBon th*SBfli**«oi-itll**y httrn-
ed to  death in order to inherit her
TOi''«famW W deputies today
voted tarn'reduction of 025,000frauci
in the «X|wn<litur<.» of tlu I central ad-
iiiiniatnttiiui, and a reduction of 150.-
000 francs in paymenij to the liiuvnce
iniiiistry. Tho chamber referred
the question of other reductions to the
minister'•■ of finance. After several
divisioiuit ugreed to discuss amendments' reaching othor credits demanded
bythe government. The attitude of
the . 1,-,,,'^t.*** *. -joveinment
lias createa MieliSatitln. Reports nre
current that several members of the
cabinet are about to resign, and thnt
Roaf.'aof «5.—.VrHibiiliop SniiA
of St Andrews is visiting Rome ou
business relating tn the affain of tho
Scotch dioceses.    He had a long con-
renewal of diplomatic relations between England and the Vatican. It is
reported that^s-^^olleMe-
lieaieii lhe ameer,, of Alglinnistan's
tree*).. They also report that tho rebellion is still rapidly spreading, under tlu) influence of religious fanatics
who lead the insuri/cnta. . Many of
the ameer's troops aro also joininp the
rebels, owing to the honorable reception given the members of the British
Afghan boundary commission by the
ameer, whioh gave rise to a suspicion
that he intended to yield to British
occupancy.
Lonuon, No.. 23.—Ad.iees from
Durbar, Nov, 3ft, Mate that a general
and apparently successful revolt is in
'progress" among-nnatives against "the
Portugu.se authorities in. southeast
Africa. An American missionary,
R»». Mr. Wilcox, arrived in Durbar
from the Portuguese settlement on the
east coast, above Transvaal. He reports as follows: The natives .at In;
hambane, a Portuguese port town 200
miles above Delagoa bay; rose up
against Portuguese taxation and murdered the collector on Oot. 23rd. A
battlo was fought between 8,000 Portuguese and friendly natives on one
side and 30,000 hostile natives on the
other. The Portuguese were defeated
and routed, and the loss in killed on
both sides is estimated to bo 9,000
men. Mr. Wilcox says the governor
of Mozambique has gone into the
country to endeavor to" suppress the
revolt and save the putt of InM-noane
from falling into the hands of the in-
surgeuts. The town was barricaded
when the missionary lost heard from
it, and women and children had been
removed to ships lying in tho roadstead. Tho entire country round
about the town had already been
abandoned by the Portuguese, and arrangement* had been made to remove
the population of lnlrautbane out to
sea if the hostile natives attacked the
town in force.
A despatch from Berlin to the Poit
says that Count Herbert Bismarck had
a long <fnitervjew toiday with ,Cojint
Schouveloff, the Russian ambassador
at Berlin, in tho course of which the
latter complained bitterly of the tone
adopted by the official German press
towards Gen. Kaulbars. It is reported that the count replied warmly to
this charge, saying that Gen. Kaulbars' proceedings in Bulgaria wero
unworthy of the sgtnt of a great
power. i"'
Kompert, the novelist, is dead.
' The postmaster general, replying to
the Trades and Labor League, Dublin,
said that a new mail system -. had been
adopted because the acceptance of the
tenders of the Ounard and White Star
lines would have given those lines a
monopoly of the American service,
precluding the postoffice from sending
mails by other fines. The postmaster
genera) will invite offers for the mail
service after the eipiratiun of .three
months. -
A great soene waa caused through
tho West End this afternoon by the
firing of cannon in St James park to
celebrate the birth of the queen's new
grandchild. A depse fog prevailing at
the time, for a while the detonations
were believed to be those of some dynamite Ms*.. A 3 V.
New Yokk, Nor. 23.—M. Murine-
sy, a Hungarian ht"'-'i was banqueted to-hight at Delnonioo'a by a number of his fellow countrymen. Addresses in praise of the artist were
made by the Has, Jus. Pulitzer, Hon.
A. S. Hewitt; and others. M. Mur-
kaciy replied in Hungarian expressing
his thanks. He complimented American ladies for their beauty, saying
they wait the handsomest women in
the world. '.
The will of the late ex-president,
'which was made in March last, will
probably be filed for probate to-morrow. It is believed io direct the rlis-
pesal of 'about J-*2rX),000 of real and
personal property. It is said that the
bequests, oxcept in nno nr _Wi
stances in which charitable instil
are benefited, are of a private
Nearly all of the prominent peri
who cam* hare to attend the funeral
tart departed from the city. Tbe
family remained in seclusion to-day,
receiving only a few intimate friends.
Lace gooda of much value have
been smuggled Into NewYork through
various channels for some time, and
Miss Josephine Sohoiivieus, n young
and lovely Belgian living in this city,
was arrested to-day. The young lady
says Bhe has relations in Belgium
whom sho frequently visits, and they
send laoe by her to sail in this country. Tha last time she returned by
the steamship Switzoiland, lauding in
Philadelphia. It is alleged lhat she
brought it here and peddled it thr u.li
the city. In her nparlmenta was
found Ine valued at nearly 83,801).
The young woinan mado un secret of
the way in which it came mi" her pus-
session. Sho seemed to lie unaware
that she had cuinini.tcd a crime in
smuggling it into the city.:   '
Boston, Nor. 23. -~Lai_r facie show
that the total amount eiiib.-7.led bv
Reed is $104,000, of which 834,500 is
over-issue, of stock. Reed has confessed to tho police ami turned over
all his proporty to llio direotor! uf the
company.
Dbnvbk, Col., Nov. 23.—While S
K. Steven! and his son, 20 yenrs nf
age, were filling a drill hole in tbe
Plutiih mine, ucsr Idaho Spring.,
with giant powder last 'night, 'the
charge exploded, killing the son instantly. The father was so badly torn
by pieces of rock thnt he died,thit all-
ertioon.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A nuu-vel of
purity,8-reiiKtli nml wiiolf-somenesH, More
i-cnnotnlutU Hum the ordinary kindh, und
cunnot be sold In compaction with thc
mul tit nde of low teat, short weight iilum
tir phoHphate powders. Sold only tn ciinn.
KoyaIaBakinr PnwKKK Co.. 108 Wall St.,
New Yoi4$.; Sfely
XTOW IS THE TIME  TO   SEND   IN
jW your orders, It you want some ot
tlio-se nloe fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc, fiom Ontario. As I return
ahout the middle of June to settle up my
affairs there ftfia come ont this full wltn
the stock for my nursery horo, nnd will
select and brine your orders rl-dit, nlong
with iue for. this full und next spring's
r'lan'tlng.I will satisfy all hoth ns to qua-
ity of trees and fruit, and I will bo sett led
herein the business so you wilt know
where to find me. All communications
after the mtddleof June mny be addressed
to me at Bnwmnnrllle,Ont.,ortot.arletnn
A Harris. Port Hammond.
G.W.HENI^Y, ,
myJEJtc Voxl. .Ui>mmQnu P. O.
Telephone Call No, 6.
P; 0. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
T.ITHPBOM'S BLOCK, 'Oolumbia. St.
' ilw-oufllo
HACK FOR HIRE.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself in the Citv of New Westmin-
.lorwIHiaFinST-CL/VSS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which is open for Cngag-cmcHf* al
very -Moderftle -thitrg-rs.
Orders left atthe Colonlnl Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly nttended
o dny or night! Stnhlo noxt H. Elliott's
JOS.OATEB.
- Telephone No. m. mylte
The British Oolumbia
P!§||| BUREAU
KumlshM an KIuiIh or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS i&ENCT,
D
0 VOU WANT TO BUY OH REM. A
BiiBine-s*., take a partner, etc.
PICKEflWfi & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Htreet, between Douulns
and Broii-hton, VICTOBIA, B.C. P.O
box OS*. rain!"
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAB ON HAND A
Ifirtte quantity of
BEST WELLIH LUMP OOAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Wliich he will sell nt lowest rates.   Hn
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Pi'O'NEEU      -
FisfaGameStore!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS- ON HANO A flOOp
-supply of
Fresh and. Salt Water Fish.
OAMJSll, SJBU-JSOJtT. .
DEALER IN SKINS AND PB1.THIES.
Purehases will be delivered ln any part
of Hie Clly fri'ir of ohurjJje.        rt-JlyJnyl
notice.     ! CHAH0E OF TIME TABLE.
Onl.ru left at Mr. MeOoll'n sUi« on Columbia street, or at iny house, Douglas
street, will meet witli ptonlpt attention.
III'.NltV I'l.LIUTT.
New WMlmimter tl, C. ll««c
TRB
WHITE
IS KING!
[>ltUGdlSTSI
New WfMmlnfiter, B.C.
mhlOtc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'Y.
' 1 Ol.nBROAiiSi. mrl III 1'ai.i. M»l.l,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Bock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels ou navigable rivciu and canals, and
Goods on board auch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAMAflK BT FIRE.
Subscribed and invested Capital,
•61,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium * and every information con be obtained on application to
W, J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Westmlniter.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN, that 30
days nfter dote wo intend makinK
applicutlun to the Chief Commissioner
ot Landinnd Works for n leas© for tlm*
lierlngpurposes.ofthofollowlngdeeorlbcd
lands:
TRArTNo. l.-Commcni'lnR at a post -10
I'halnsoaHt'from A..1,OntterPs noutheiuit
c-ji-nerslnl-u (Elk Ihiy.JuluiHtnA'-ntt'aUtt),
tlienco Houth,40 cIhuoh; west. 00 clialns;
north, 40 'ehains; west.40 chufhn; nortii,
20 chune; weett OOchalns; north,Klbhabna;
oust,-10 chnliiH; north, 20 ehatnH: weit,60
ehulns: north, 20 chains; enst, 20 chalnn!
north, 20 ehalnn; east, 20 olinlns j north, 30
chalm: cast, 00 ehulns, thence south to
shore lliic of Klk Pay: thonco Inasouth?
westerly direction to W. P. flhywm-d'Ji
claim; thenco following around said
claim to Hay ward V Kouthcnut itnko on
Elk Bay; thenco ".followlnjr shore 11 Ae to
Cotterl's northwest corner post; thenoe
'alou-j; Cotterl's i.outh and east wundary.
to place of coin men cement; snid tract
containttiir Piooaores, more or lorn,
Tract No, 2.—Commenrlntr at.MaNo-
hcriilo, Northtsastcorner Nlluallas Choi.-*
mil, Thiirlow I«lnud; thenco North 20
chains, Ru tt'JO'ehnins North IB rtialns,
West 40 clmliis, Noilli in clpiiin. West
•til chains, Soulh 1-10 chnins, to McNn-
hornle, North hotpidnry line; thenco
East along said North boundary to place
of commencement; snid tract containing
800 acres, more or less.
Tract Nb. 3.—Commencing ai a post set,
on shore line of Thurlow Istand, Oruwfo.d
anchorage. Curdero channel; thenoo
South 111 chains, Enst SO chain*. South NO
chains, East 40 ehnins, North «0 chains,
(•'.ust 40 chains, North 40 chains; thepec
westerly to point of commencement, snid
tract containing 7i!() acres, more or less. '
ROYAI.CITYPLAMNGMIMjSCO.   ■
New WoBtmlnster, B. C,    ''   '   ■ ' ,.
. J'.th November, l«8lJ.        dnoliiinl
WHAT PHVIIOIAHI SAY AlMT THf
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
  * ri- ■
i
-PIUCnCAL-
, Hu just received (or the Holiday, a On.
assortment of Gold and Silver
GENTS'
Ladles Size Swiss field Wulches
from $25 to $50,
Ladles Sim American Stem-
winding (iold WateliM, nt
$32.50.
RKMBS»IR-\Ve do not seU "filled"
Watohes and-Jewelry as solid gold.
Onr,good, are gusruntced just as represented, aad prices lower than any
other house in B. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dtldlc
81*1000.
■UJ	
500,000 NOW IN USE
And bmrlng the llighost Testimo-
,-'   iiiiiln fmm all who uso thnni.
a*»—a—~_e*a
Mr. Sheelmn, of Oscotla, Mich., writes:
" I have used S)t, Thomas Klectrio Oil
on horses for different iliscasr, and found
it to be just as yon recommended.    It
.hits don. j|Mt_M to -no ittty. thoo, and).
'U 'the \mtWlol hofsl™ IW used"
Observe that the name "]>r. Thomas
Eleotrlo Oil" Is on front of th. wrapper,
flf .th"" «rp, lml-flti^i» of jt,
The Cheapest and Best Machine in the Market.
Call nml I'xir,iiini' ibi'iii  before unlii-
jilsewbere, at
Chas. J. Robson's
FHH1T RTOBK,
flposl IffolonliTantofel. ilnmzfp
Confederation Life
,   _.ASSOCIATION,
<Ju«r.i,li-r Capital -.I.M..M.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Ofmce, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
Thii, Association merits the
confidence thc Public is reposing in it from the ibllowing
FACTS:-
The Heonrli-y offon-. to polioy holdf-nt Ih
unaurpwetl by uir, coin.mny tlnlng IjukI-
ness lu (.tinuilii.
IthiwnowhjtiiPBof Innuwine, bnt the
wall-MtttliHMip.1 liiirn. lieiifft tlie polioy
holdflweiniiitil lm niKlod auto their coif
IriiPlM..
IM im> wtnontH to the public can he read*
Ily invlenitaoil, Its ctwh ■tntemenl ihow-
Ingevt. ry lU-rn of Inrome nad how expen*
aw.
ItHi(OHltIoiilhjiH(:iiriii||,(*(|niimmlly(rotii
ii det tiled vnlimtlim in whioh every Horn
of liability Ifi irii.lni.i--i,
ltn pri'j-roM Iiiih in-ou unexampled In
tlio li '-story ot In mi rancn In (.oniula.
Its uslhdenure ImliNpnUlile nftertbruc
yennii "nd iion-forfritable ofter two yciint'
exlHtonnc
It* profltH nre dlstrlbuUxl upon an equitable ImihIh, The profltH to one elaan of
policy liolden nre not Iwmened to Klve
luraer proflti to uny other pIhnk, which
m«Tho<( nffonlH fiuporlor ndvantagei over
tho uniform bonim plnn of dlHtrlbiitloii,
liberal feaitl-l«mi an t* UesMtmee and
Travel.
J. K, Mac-DONALD,
>i Managing Director,
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New WertmldMei
Je7'Jmo.MfeiTi*«t»; ''.
"Treatment by Absorption has for "ome
time been recognised by Medieal M -nto
be tho most simple nnd efli.ctualiiiii.onft
of conveying to l)linenfledO!ganii,-"(Jiiitt-
tlvefl." but Iii onvea of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, m_cee_wf.il
treatment wns practicably impossible until the Introduction of tbe stare Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescription ami is immeasurably woiv deolttw
ami effective tfian any quantity of internal
Medicinal dottinij. Worn Immediately over
the uent of Diseuwetlts curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and en-
feebled Organs, conti nnotiHly and directly,
as required to insure.tii return their healthyaction nndorlglnnl vlfrotif, itlsqom-
fortable to the patient tuul pleasant in itt.
cirects, nnd cures when nothing else can.
Tho Starr Kidney Pntl accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valttnlile
dlscovory nl a true remedy for Kidney
Disenses was never m ade.—Medical Gaxette
The Miner Kidney Pad, mnnnfaotureil
in Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
illseaHL'H, disorder.*) aud nlimenta of the
KUlneys. Bladder and urinary secretive
system, nr attendant compliiluts. causing*
pnin in Uio small .of tlio bnck^ides,'«tc.t<
producing urinary disorders, such hn too,
frequent, scanty, diflicult, piiinfal or oopl**.
ous micturition, iuubilityof ret«itton.fiB(li
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting the presence In tno system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive orgnns—known ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy,* piles, nervous debility,
etc.  Send for pamphlet to I.ANGU5Y*.
tera^SM!f»oWi
* CO., New Westminster! T. MoMKOr
I.KY, Ladner's Landing: H. M_MWM,L
4 (:a, HASTINGS HAW MILL CO., THB
VANOOUVEB,BHUG GO,, VanqflujM.i
W. E. MCCARTNEY* WPvYMmW.
and Ka>nloo|»: J. B. LOVELL Yil«[ W,1
R. MEQAW, Priest Vall.y! H.OLARH*.
CO., Kamloops, .   dwsc23yl
It
STErA-MJE-B' ,
QLABYS"
TTNTIL UITRTIIEB NOITOR WILL
{J leavo au MONDAVI) for (Jhllltohnek
and way plnees, returningon fuesdays.
Loams on THURSDAYS for Hon. and
w«y,places, returning on Saturdays.
. dyjipllto1     CAPT 'l**J-)lj*iV, Master,
ALBION
i tf ft i i-
jahis mint, rtotrtttm.....
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONKS, TOMRSi
T.VRLKTS AND L'ROSSll!», KUR-
, NITUIIK SmWL)., *«.
.-, Persons llvliij-atnilistiiiiire.ty sendlna
a desorlptlon of what they wish, can haVi
designs, prices, etc., furnished on appltea-
tion. All work fuaranteftd equal to nny
on the Paclfltr Coast,.and at reasonable
rates.  N, B,—No agents employed.
eorflo* Street, Victor.*., B. c,
Opp. St. Andrew's Pnrsbylerlau CUuw.li
HAiaMUJOO   YJIAO  3HT
rHfln*T. ajsmujoO i-Eirmt) ,
CQUIMBtt. STREET,
|iV:J'
New Wiftintnstir-
,  WV«|
Imjiorter and Dealer hi '
JOHNS
Imiiort-
WHI-F-* iEOHOBSS,
■"°WpEtfS0HT«C__,.
.Ji' LllDCIHAIa*,    -J
White Cre.1.4 Blaek r,l.r,Ss.       ■
Guinea Fowl., Saa«» DimM,
JI White P.kln Dstok*.
...,,    -a       Pll<..me..H.«4an..
■MLBlnls and Egg. supplied at low rates,
and alt stoclt guaranteed.
Boysl ivenlie, Kast tst DoagUi Bt.
New Westmlnsler, Goal Hnrbor
and Seattle Roate.
.(J.rW.JTARTE, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Tkunilay Horning at la'elMk, for
New Westmlniter and Coal Harbor, vlar
Port Townsond and tbo Islands; active, at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,.
lenves for Coal Hnrbor about two hour.
"Mtorwinlsj'loutos (iOAL HARBOR ms
.lay HfHfcl.for*!-ilMI.. .
' Iran'to Seattle, .,...-,.,..»«,»
'''     FRlgklpertaa,....,.. M*
Special ratM to merchants.        apIDtc
TESTIMONIAL!
Vttncmm{23rdJw\9?'188G.
MK. Q. UOBEUTSON,
Vnncouver! i
IteiiresenthigOoUlleA-MeCltlloeb, '■   !
ahitroni,'
j Sin.—We the tui.lorsignttl hiwlng witnessed the terrible fire whlen wiped out of
e.xlHtenee the young oity of Vancouver,
on the 1.1th inst., liave, after the tire, examined tbe safes sold hy you, tome of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by lnrge quantities of lard aud bacon, aud we arc pleaued
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every Safe sold by you preserved
itH contents, not only books and papen,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken out ln perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them a* tlmt*
oughly nro proof:
1.. A. Humilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company! M, A, MacLean,
Mayor; John J.Blake. HtlpendlaryMa-
glstratc; Bloh'd. Alexander, Jastfce of
the Peace; John Bo-dltbee, Polioe Magls*.
(rule, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of tlioPcaoc; Isaao Johns, Col.:
Edward K. Rond, Real Kstato Broker;'
It, Balfour, Alderman: John Rnnktnt
HM Eslate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel; fl. P. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. MeFarladd, Poit Moody;,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. (:,
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. Vf,
Ross, Iteal Estate Broker; Gravely *
Hplnks, Iteal Estate Broker*; It, O. Fer-
. guson. Mgr. R. C, P. Mills. JeJJQtc
I
Importar and Dealer in ll
Family Groceries!
—AND—
PROVISIONS,
Imported in quantity,
First-Olass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prioes
The best Place in the
City to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Denne't Uriok Blook,
NEW WE8TMI»BTKB,B.t).
mhl     '     •
A PFivate College!
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Boarding & Day Pupils, BaySi
ROSS BAY, VtCflllUA.B. G.
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MONDAY. AUOTST 16, 1886.
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lloolu- Hnd Is well lumlslica wltlr
register grates, bath rooms, Ac, Ac.
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slilered.
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a full iLHortmeut of
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