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Array rn (/JtMiOcvir-t t
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VOLUME' I.
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tmmm
■■'tie* tvsstmjnbter, a c, Wednesday ETENiife, December i, ims.
NUMBER 105
. fail]) jltitish flshrnbitm
1 Weaawday Eveali
-.in**, niiimi t. ua
t\j "'...V1"...1^-'
j        is Others See lis. ,
j   [Jas. Innes, M.P., in Onelph Mercury.]
!*   Any one *"lio visits British 061-
'* umbia should not miss a sail on the
'* Fraser River and a visit to New
1 Weitmintter.    The distance from
' Victoria is abont seventy miles, the
bland oil either side ia low and flat
Kfor a considerable distance up the
t river.   This is called the delta land
i(and on the jteuth side especially it
lis v-n* rfwh ud pwddotivei, -I»
Isohm ffam* it hm to be dyked to
"".keep baok lhe tide, ahd in othW*
bit has tobe ditohed to drain off tb*
* isurface wator.     Stretching away'
south and east from this delta to
the American line is the largest and
finest traot, of faming land in the,
province.    Britiih Oolumbia in the
widest sense of the tef# will nevi
tmm
an
Weati
of the Fraser.    For some little dis.
hh!J!u* W*<* m•
tis ateep, the bulk of the town being
| built on this rapidly rising ground,
"This gi**ea-*e,**--_-«,,qiiite a
.the iii'
DeWOLF SMITH, M.D.
OFFICj (fi
ring's Drag
' OPFK* HOOTtB-lb
to 5; and 0:90 to 8 p. m,
tht, |eas«itr*-OTer..Hei
ii; tow noon; 3
dnoiotc
TT  M.COOPBH.B. *_)■.».,
™1    PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFIOE and RESIDENOE-Church St.
i«t door to Farmers' Home), near
.    JlumblaSt., New Westminster, B*<1
term
try?
Twit. F. WELSH,
DENTIST,
, -I    ,l[/       .tol<_n-al!-*Ot»|,
:. 'j. v ' OTHTret.-
mit
omigi.W5.wto*1
store, colui
*&foi^toy,'lW>h'i
Will vialt ChlUMbwik U
and two following dl
Teeth palalestl;
itsUjim}
■y-nftwn—* i/.'in
,   ,.■        t8QUCn»-_S,-_TO
OOoe, Mckwii-oritreet.lltw Wesltalnaten
andVaiyiottvf-,'^0.  . t ,     HtUspa
tit n&ibiAx MMI.
" • '■ttiUiiaM.WAT.^-yx-.-■.
nesque ,ft__- _ . , .
'Its population is between three and
•'four thousand. As compared with
'» Victoria, it, b*» grown ,slowlyj*but
Ijnew life has lately been ihfu-ed'into
(jit by the completion of the branch
tf railway connecting with the O.P.R.
fl it is tto.i*tt»o!rthe fish mang
^industry, whicli is the chief business
jr.iong the am J..* *:*««*
^twelve miles in length connects the
^town  with   the new city <rf Vancouver, which ii riptfljr niil#ftc«fv'
,the magnificent fir trees whicli,
itraigh|;)(*«Ji.im<]t»iro»J|8Jf}j; wife,
scarcely ».,Uqib, tower above ,his.
[head for iWiof thtehtliidredfetet.
Intenpaned , among theae sit,also
:T»;iif%**j^
(whioh equally astonish tho stranger.
■"ie forests of BritUh Columbia are
ruredly ita chief glory, und con-
itute a mine of wealth to its peo-
le. It is »_rd«rf»l bow rapidly
ie people of Vancouver oity havo
ibuilt the plaoe,     More than a
TvifU^V^^iV,^
md in every direction one could see
t becomes the terminus of the Pa-
lifio Raihray, ita prosperity will be
_-d.,M^Mii!ii...
vantages] M regards situation, am
'as the railway oompany are determined ig -nakeJt.th-L.ohief.enl
'on BuijUtf rttt.
doubt *I#« M-JJt rreJtiin
become a rival to Victoria.   To sum
up, we thii*thatBatishOblurnhia
has '  ' ■       ------
'.f
t-ew'TTeslmla-ter.tifti
117  .• •
Cotumblr
UUIBT J. HILL,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Laa* a.jrv.yor, I>*..f Irtsn-.a,«..
■tm^t^^M^u^fr
mt
aqfi
BDOOW TOO   bill; .
RAO^iffdb^niiY*
Aadltar, Ae.onalt.Ht, Ae.
Monl.|*_^|,I|ff--/-*tr/:   | dfeUnft
~- ^-m. uawim. _.."___' _  O
Re HOWIIi
.r_mwtxM%%!gfa!
aarrerer, leal Estate Inker aad
a**
Jaledonla
Caaveyaaeer
the list Instant.
Jotel, Murray St,
Bent and Debt Ctllecttr.
J>tl rer tke TUUUIT Un and
fisheries and lumterin'g trade with
careful «-«»*piW"'*l«l»:W!f»
of wealth for many years to come.
Its  coal  mi-^-.W'ttouta-tfwWl.
precious metala are in fatt hardly
told value to her people. He*:a*j_i
cultural industry isjtet stopeptible
of mtt<*p*t&iW^M! The
climate is singularly milaVuilm\a-,
brious, and now that it it to eat"? of
'     '-rnc'iUltxhitwillbe
tempted
iimWttV&ig.
-roTl**NDJI(|)(Ep8i;a>J
Heal Estates Insurance and
;i    Com»l«l»a Aneats.
" iwii ;...*--*3ra5l38 A3!ii
%ffiTmm*j_u_t\ Wh.) i   ..
'     COLUMBIA STREET,
J   _ t*______l        ***--*** *r**<   .14',  ^    I.     .      ■
tJh<RiM*J* j rHwi ITM twnsvm.
scenery, of iU ''»ea of mounUini,'
of ito beautiful talahds, we baVe already spoken, and we fitly sum up
this letter by quoting the following
eloquent j**!«*atloln to the speech
made by Lord Dufferin, at the banquet -j-.fct.1_K_. In'tita.,**!-*
on his visit to the province a few
sf-_afi2ws
leled by any country in the world.
Day after Aj-^pr*. whole .week, in
a vessel of nearly 2,000 tons, we
thitaded an intenninable labyrinth
of wat^ty lanes and-hiaches thnt
wound "endlessly iit and out of a
Ttm^m^Sm-
miles, unruffled b-r'ttV-'Uightest
swell fitan the adjoining ocean; and
pretenti^,n'^'eVeiiy',,i^ii',.Aii eVe^
ihiftin^ipWnation <#. IfPtbi^i
dure, fanet, gtoeier, and snow-capped
mountain of unrivalled gtaiideur
and b-Mt**. Whan it is rememberedi
that this wii
i\-wiwnm
rrgest, litf of battle ship and the
frailest canoe, fringe! the entire seaboard of Jraulf prpwnoe and coiaaiu.r
nicates at points, sometimes more
than a hiKidMdimUea from the co-at) I
with annulti-u-leof vaUeye atretoh*
ing eaitward intc. the interior, while
at the. teste, time it is furnished
with iWp-MM»;.Wr|i^
hand, owe ia lost in admiration at
..      .   .m.^u|| '*j,tor_oomn)ur>t._,
Methus provided for
Km
the fai
tion  .,_,_ — - ,r	
the future' inhabitanti of this
derful lajftaiVUS A avtH
«ni a. tbapp,
AUCTION
Columliia8_re«t..,.i..,,_,^ew 1
4+4^-
ACCtlBINT I.1HIIANCK C«MPA1T,
 _.    jjiBli
iimmgwflM
TURNER BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET • VICTOBIA.
A-UITTS  von
North British and Mercantile
Jmuraiwe (!o. for HalMand
H.C. BBinXIN * CO.,
M Flntbury Clrcui,
London, E. C.
PAVILION.
Skating Rid
/!   HI, liaiil"./  (Ol'IXi.
fkymtigmmMPWaf
ikfflft^itUgiirnrfi
A<Bltsleai Gentlemen   Uo.;   Ladles
ri*Sr^t-«Sk*«*-(*5c.J:j   .liis;   <)■
Persons wishing to secure the Rink for
selijot .sk«t|n( parlies can do ao on i-jipll-
WINTEMITTE, J3ALBICK *'.CO.
ICUIENCE
Cotter TatMA DnnglM Btreett,
VICTORIA, B. C. tl 9
f*j_wo,<icnMw,a. • • • una
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIB8T
Class ln every respect rally sap-
■Uei wltk all tJeavealeaees ar -Men
■eltla. New and Elegant In all Its Ap.
(Otntraenls. PrtresaVterMr. |      < 17
This -tBfnllleenl Hotel ll now open lor
A-TNo pains will bo npured by tho man-
Ate-Oentu)makethleHotel pleoaantand
WteaetiW-       (        -■■■■'■   doMto
Itestauranr
COLUMBIA STREET,       !]l
.. (**AV0R[*.IPH-".
Oysters In any Style; "
■aartt Ityttie Day or Week.
are extremely low.
dnolm8    , ,    E..IL BARKER. Prop.
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF T
Blg8!,Ci_llips,
"WrA.3*01(TS.
and Maohiniut
laohinerr, Patent hot
is Maoklnse, to., tc,
Repaired.
I*"*-"*
BLACK8MITHINC
bmnc-er
r Having; secured flrst-class workmen, we
feel eonfldent ol giving tatlsfaetlon.
if— Horse-shoeing n specialty. 1    | r
|(|t-Jly81te]   Coi,uiinrASi.,NewWiiisi.
ofajotmdfc; EMd:
Ck,-\V
R^IVIQVED  ()
«^To shaft Intttf (fceuplotl iy ME Dmrey,
Columblastreet.
.Call and examine our stock and prices
be for.- buying.   We can't be |lfl>EU*l»
3f°"y- -HKMfflfflBS^*
 telttc
ii miun
(M-ai-A.BLTC)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Brisks Taken dt Bates
as Low as any other
; Reliable donip'i5^
t Bi3
li
o©
BUMS
IN
•mat   *»•«    ***2-
"Woo^aiil Coal,
any part of the City at lowest cur*
nnt rates.
D. FERRI8,
VM l&WBl£Wti$~- LIVERY A^fEED-tT^lE
Orders may be left at tho Btore of W. H.
Burns, cor, Columbia and Bluckle SU.
WReAUSTIIf,
•-** .:>•;/  lannun
' .     DEALER IN,
Snaeral UerUise!
'?■ A large Assortmeiiiof
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
A-.WAYSOHHAND.
TI&— and _Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. •" >' •
Maeral llaekUaH! Wbf on Rlcliard
Slreet,oppoelle R.C. Planing Hills.
._ .     ..    J—„_
30U3e91U,Y
a noibliHO bne'eoik
APPRAISER
P'TT ^Jgg..
Estate, Uinimr *«*■ w»»> mm*, ****,
Vancouver, b. o.
! LOANS NBOOTIA&d!
tt-Tte
mmm
fS'Ah BBTATB BBOKBRe,
.!!     r Qaavey aaeert, Collee tare,
O«0Metv]
'^r. •■*■   Nl
McKensle and Olarkton BU.
VANCOUVER, Corfova Street
tlLDINO LOTS lor tale In all sections
Aneouver and New Westi
Mi,
Xorth Arm
j\^r«L*ii»»«8faiiiisiiai
i Information
1$
Contrattol-ANn
Builder.
HAVING HAD EXTENSIVB tX-
perienco' hi CWerela and ebe-
where In tha above buelnese, laat now
qiajriiv^. mewlthP-" .*?JIjH i! fl
 "ST.*.
Shot, Iliklif Tackle, Bieeti<
clNt  Oitkrf,/4id
ttt pay theamount of their Indebtedness to
the undersigned, forthwith, and all per-
.   . . . .      sons having any claims against the estate
g Aad laaanaaetAJMM,! arerequlnatohrnlslipaAli
n_m*w_t_tw.
Its        -        * Wl
Administratrix.   fl
_DatedNiwVtost,,0«tWtb(»«l,   oolfttlm
..   imi)BlW!ONRn   HAS    pur-
ehased tbe entire MtK-k-ln-irtdeand
bualnesHof Aretile Burns comer Coium*
bia A Ul*ekl««t*.nn<l in prepared to sup-
^vfiilons,il>ryOo(idfl(**c.,ntllowestrut«B!
tmTd-m m_m
REMOVAL.
DANDBR08. HAVK TAKRNOmOBB
_\%fj_o% tbe corner of Miu-kennle and
OiHvMi SlreelH, out block nbtive Coium*
bia at, where they are now prepared to
Mwmam&* xkw a r.i-*•<**«>
i% R. PEARSON,
We rnMwo ttaget dally, eieeptsundays,
lofort Moody, oarrylng H.M.& malic
a no liquor ortpbafoalsiised.irecan by
-erate habile «nB careful economy
serve tbe publio at especially low rates.
 dwtgjjXc	
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
Upp. Keglttrjr OBce, Kew Wett'r.
Sbr^ffctii
PAPElt HAHOINC, CtL_^, KAubtilHINO, Ao.
!v WALL PAPER.
The largest assortment of,
In tbe City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at bottom prices. Bam-
6Ies on view at T. R, Peamon 4 Co.'s
tore, Columbia St   raper hai   '
specially low rates.
raaalaa ar
dselSto
E. HUTCHERSON,
I' NuisEntMul iDEikLBRi*
Eplt and OrrmfetBlii Trw,
)?H!i|i! UONIUft Unq-no. B.O.
P.PEEBLEa       n       I._>V,HjS(-KLEY-
Peehb,;
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FUENITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
■ 4****- -:.y*1
UPHOLSTERERS;
Sprit
HAVE ON HAND THE
AKfiHtT AD!
MT1«E
lj[\-ffcl   II
Mrdwar* EedrMla Kaltea,  la Ask,
Cherry, Walaal, or Mahogany.
Estlmatos fnr Office and Store Fittings. -
Au experienced upholsterer has* been
engaged by the firm, who aro now pre-
Eared to do all kinds of work In tbe up-
olstery line, djlysto
7T-
..'j''.iii--r-
■fei-fflp&i
PRACTICAL
tm
JEWELER,
COIUMBU STRHT,     MEW WESTMINSTER.
•H*tlM Caaalagaaat «Wt,.
-;-'-s»i or m hh waiw.
{ATE MANAGER FOR SAVAOM «
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
C_   !"mr*+o!0 s'n-3
Chmaa-ieteri, Ke(Mttn, CkMio-
. traphem, and all lie watth
repalrt» 8*-*claltj,
JIWW^UflR-i     "M'-Jr
4NY ONE HAVINO UrAWHESwhloll
have been Injured by incompetent
ch repairers mn be madt<eo.ual to new
again. JYWELRY of all kljids made and
repaired. All work SuSnttd; obarges
moderate. Kstimeteeglvenfreeofebarge.
,WAinua. 1MB, aai alker
Watakta aa* Jewelry efceaiw
aay elker ktate la B. c.
—.DIES' SOLID IS CARAT OOLD AM-
EliCAN HTEM WINS-NO WAUVHfjH.
accurate timekeepers, MS: qsnal price, *»
n Ilie Supreme Coart or British Colnmbia.
OETZ BROS., 01 hehalf lot themselvee
.. and all other the Creditors of Louis
i     Sold-Ft-tutTim;
■.    ,*,        ,.1-rjnC r     ■
EDWARD QOLD, LOUIS OOLD and EMMA aOLD-DRKNnAHT-.
lY ORDER OF THE HON. HENRV
»   P. rell«w IJpe.1-,-.. I nm «W-.llU'l
tae names r.1 the DCTeohams or either
fiem In the Land Registry Oflloe. al
iw Westminster, and the Dwelling-
!o|)ie now oceupled lw the Delendanis or
tome or one of tlicm situate at the City of
Ntw Westminster and the personal properly of the Defendants or either or any
of them now In or upon the said Dwelling
House and the Hntcl and promises situate
atthe city of Vancouver known aa th*
OoldH,,--    x, ^^   „
Dt-*aty«heMtr,
TilwnoJlml i, 'Receiver.
TKe^OQBfiRaiiijr
r^pectfully inform
the Public that thpy
are pi;ep-w.$<J. M>Ji(x
^S-as Fitting at lowest
tent mth gobd
-*-*-
COME AND SEE!
—- -.--.
.       j W, H. HQk-DEN.
Episcopal Church, and now known
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aocommodati) &« traveling publie
at the following ratea: '
Bdanl per day _.... ,|| oo
I'     " week „.._..... _„.„.,.. _oo
Slnglo Meals    _
"?eds .....J.....^..... „.   k
asvOood accommodation for Ladles and
families, . mytto
m
mHE
1  fori
(Eat be
|B] WISHES TO-INi
British Colunibla
a Nursery at Lad<
ner's Landing, and is prepared to fill
all order* Wr Fruit Treee: Ornamental
Trees, Bhrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
'-   Trees Imported or home grown se
ders
-s_ _.._	
tothe wishes of customer.-. The
•i^.n!.ittwraurtsM
permanent stake ln the country lt Is bis
Interest.to deal fairly with the public. 1"
will wait upon the various towns and s.
tlfcfients shortly, and all orders will bv
'•a^^n'I'HUTCHE.W.N.
c.Mcdonough
a HAVINO TAjKEN
Llindbom'- Bullfllng, Front Sii
(Btormerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers' and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
select from,
new
—.       Pravlsleu*
Crockery, fllassware. Baals, tU,
Come and see the new place, ud let us
know what you thick of It:
•dtifociBte  o. Mcdonough.
"B^MESTQBi^
WATCHES
A Onc-uuriaiattii- Ajatrl-ta
rer WatdM, pat. flutt-proof oi
Flrtt-elati Bwltt Watcktt, from 18
PV    *
Sll-
upwaril.
CLOCKS
k Urge auarlBent of 8-daj Htrlk-
IIIOlMkl, with cathedral gong;
solid'walnut cases; latest designs.
Alto, Seth
-    (.locks.
IteW Sleklo ilara*
"•A'milt ASSORTMENT OF JEWEUY.-ct
tm- Remember the
Store." •!...,.,.. ,,
dwauSyl        Colnmbia St., New West.
ilriag a specially. All
plaoe-tbo. "B|)ie
As m$y?of -WL-
^]M,  GlLdBtSS,
,&oj,lfF^jJSiiltn#8eiI
S3T Order* may be left at
the Compwy's OBtee, .^oJn
-brook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.    <
r«TAMWWr
d-Jlyaitc MANAGER.
ESTABIWIED 1851.
Jnuci   :     |      "l'\
•■>.•'' ■-'_■■•■ _^
ROBT. DICKINSON,
b8*Whelr,-:
Kearljr Oppoilte tke Colonial Hot-.,
NOTICK
SPHERE
■Will be
KM the I
a* the next
Imrpotate a
Canadian ^lflc Railway on C—
S HEREBY OIVEN that appllcatlon
rwlllbeniadetotheLe|ls-   	
_.y of the Province of Brltir     .
at ihe next session thereof, for __ Aet
mI_Xltt__*T AND  CHOICEST
isoitaiant ol all dstcrinUons ol
MEATS ANI VE8ETAUE8
$ •fiwttantlyonhand.aadtupplledtoFini.
"   tilea, Bettsataata, and 8te_-*_h««_t ttti.
TXT$ffi-$B-B
t HAvii Ail'limDfe-'ByM.-.tsTEtt
I of the Interim for *|le«e(iie, to e«t Mm-
ber on the following Iahil»Tombrai!lng In
all 1000 acres:
s. W.«Seotlon 11, TownehlP 1& . '
N. E. frietlonel part See. II, Towushlp 15
N.W.MS8eBbb'StlS**tjllpl5,'' '   '
' H. fraotloniil !iBeoiion O, ToWMbip 15.
N. H Section B, Township 18J
All situated lh New Westminster Diatrlct,
; f ... „  H. WEST.
Langley, lOth Nov., H8& dnoUtnl
Executor's Notice!
In the matter ertke Mate aTF, KlmMe,
deeeasetf. "
, LL .	
.   agalnstthe	
.are requested top]
HAyn
 /INO   —
itateo'.tialateF.
 it
CtAJJ
A1
ble are requested toprs«entl_.	
.or before the 16th day of December next.
 i«
the same on
'ahd ali persons Indebted to the said
tate are requested to settle the tamo on or
before the said date.
^ h.m;!oooi
New Westminster, Nov. le,
Jxecutor.
■ Sf—
nlom
MR. ZED. SMITH,
'.'       CITY SCAVENSER.
-JFOOLS AND YARDS CLEANED,
and ChlBmtyi
msBt-
'!.
Lowicar t-ousrut-K mucim.
USD KWIBIWOm-IHICt, I8t«,
MHf.ll. I
J fa, waa,
ment|o]
and abMIr
plicate Hu....    ,.
given tt£ aifrasli-aitiacataof titlo will
Kelssnell^HUlptthatil   *
UotflVrr-- r-,v--
.;,„%W, A-t*i*W*«)NG,,
.    .1——-   «-    -flijpiily Registrar.
Laud Registry Office,
'lew WestiiilnHterJfltli Nov
UWf-tt'-aatM-ostor.li'.iroy-
W&h^O.'1'
JStlj
nets hn*'. _
apeaks the eontluuanee of
auocessor,
_t or
 _ ... ._jlrkltid-
age ih ftie past and'
    rataavelo
mn lo 111.
W. E.!
Who hoMHIdtMi-ll oMIrteada_uul make
C youTlrtTSuJela'to tew nnd lay, win-
dqirblladal* make or bant, pictures to
W**. *__-_*lt*»*j »•»■ <*> a tall.
Neil door lo A. M ^ferfllira^ig Store.
Columbia St., N. W., B. "fir  W--
iliJintoare
ittlement;
ildbepre-
mSKK.it
VfaSWBFSL
4pylf at This Ofllce,
FOR  SALE.
doclStc
Farm for Sale!
A N IMPROVED FARM  FOR SALE
*».. °hfSP, and on easy terms, with or
mhout tiie stook.
M. NICHOLSON,
dwoeno Mount Lehman P. O.
0
FOR  SALE.
NE-HALF INTEREST IN the LAND-
ley Saw and Planing. Mill: mill la
■w*
aplt'te
Messrs. DR
good order. For particulars a|
SP9*S.
FOR  RENT.
W
IM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBBR-
:. un 8-roomed House on AgnesSUett;
large Store, with basement,' ob Columbia
Street, centrally situated.
•Applj.Jo .      .
HENBY V. EDMONDS,
_J ■'   -u^f^f}-,
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and S
1 years old; good travellers; work single
or double.
1 BayH.ne,8yearsoldj workselngleor
double; nice ladles'orgents'saddle hone;
very gentle.
1 Jt-seated Baggy 14 springs; nearly uew.
s^SS'^^'^^-^^'-*^-'
Wbkls.aaliaalaua. a halMhls. MM
■alasaa ■elites.
Also-«ae aa* .ae-atatb lalttatt la I
n,,*-*t*.i*_NW,ff|iiMMi
Now West,, Nov. llth, UW.      dwnoltle
Cream & Fancy Cakes
. i -r-«O..**0—   i ■. 1
A.pii»fys
FRONT.
0». C, P. N. Wa4ar,
dseJtto .
REMOVAL
HE pNDERSIQNED WILL, AT THB
end of month move his business Jato
StlateniWe'a, new Building, opposite Lytton Square, and now offers Bis stook of
Furniture at or below cost.   Ooasebny.
Adjoining Dickinson'. Meat Market
New Weetmlneter.Nov, 1, last, dnolml
iTO*a?IO_E3.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT':
.1   an application Will be made to Ihe
«glslatlve Assembly of tha Province of
Irltls'i Columbia at its wt MasJsn
Leg:
for an Act to incorporate * , . ..
build, malnlala and operate alineWBalt-
way from some .convenient i»lat la or
near the City ot New Westalneti& tp
.ome convenient point near tb. M
it,tc„rrabrm,*","-ho"«"-
law Wettmlnstar.atth Novetnber.Utt
dnjoW
_n.in.i_-r, i
W..M.CI
Agehl
'-tTOT-ECE.
W*StSlffiie?«fV't'a
dtbf.'.Sd'all otSS'-.
oraccrMBgatuatoWIIU-	
Hammond, by vljtue of an order ha I
County Court of Vletorla, dated the 1
hereby warned from receiving, taunt
ttpo.iM.lon or holding any of thai
Ies, or from dlspoalng or In any .*,
Ing with said estate.
ft ta alao provided by the said o
alipenonslndebted tothe sa
ka-rlos In their possession a
lht ,stt eaute loti.r tban whl
RTerrMuiokitsws
PftACTieA*.
CHEWST&lffiUGfilST,
COLUtieHA STSSIT
low eoumttt. Bomi,
nbw wssiMuism., a o.
Mtfilclatrt' rnjacrlaUon aai Um.
II-BmIki a iKeUltf.
N   B. — Only OeBoino Dnigl used.
Over twenty yaart'experlaaot.    m|_R
Public Notice
Xew fHiwuUr Wk litejr
Hu
IHE UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
_ the kindness and permission of the
Buyer and city Couneill two weeks ago
re-onaned the Public Library,andtalet
this oj-poriuulty to oirer an Invitailoato
dlreoliont are meelved for patrona.aad
vi.iiors, and more will, be added In case a
™ support   ll obtalat<li'raL*
reaeonaPle .
The
papers, lc, arc paid Mr In advanceTThis
will amount toabouttosnlaaday.otU.
coat of on. cigar for seven days;
tp.teo news from all ov-rthe	
el'taiu book* wtjleb may be chttrfsd
evorj « li.iunil Thero Is no rompdl-Ion
about this, but theae Ttk. Mllev* in ttt-
tlnglnoulof lli.nla-OdwhocwM*loy
a decent Ure will dbuftiiels ap#^WAiti
institution. Ij*dlt» and ««*>aw are tree,
to doubtless all the parties whttbelleye In
Blue Ribbon will come torMM atohK
by one who can soap all ola.ssi,Ttl.:
Yours Respectfully,
' HENRY % HTOMB.
New West. Aug, SO, Ml. ' eVaMM .St^H!MnMHBS---a
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Grocerlca D. McPhaden
Und Agent, &_....,.. .Caft. l'ittcujrigli
..CmM'''tendril.
gailij § rtfo^lwg^an
Wedaesday Eveklag, December 1. IW*
A telegram published in this paper announces that a San Francisco
gentleman has invented a car that
will l» J-roof Mains' ^n sni breakage in case" of a railway accident.
If the invention-* realises i»hat it
claimed for it, the inventor will have
performed a service in the interest
of humanity that ought not to be
passed without special notice. Numerous appliances for the pratectiou ]
of life in lease *"*£'shipwreck* have
been brought to light and used with
success, but hitherto very little has'
been done to mitigate the dreadful
results which usually follow a railway accident. On these occosi ins
the principal damage to life Jtyul
property arises Trom fire arid telescoping of (he cars The passengers
an imprisoned in the broken car,
the overturned, stove or broken
lamp sets the whole concern on Ure,
and the victims are helpless to resist
or escape a t*r|Ue death. Wo hope
the San IWclsci? discovery niay
fully accomplish what it proposes,   r,
Conversion of the Jews.
Rev. Aaron Matthews and Bey.
J. Dunlap, delegates from the British society for the propagation of.
the gotpgl nifoiuf.the Jews, arrived
in Toft-fito'Btelyfarid• the'-dWre
publishes some interesting particulars respecting their mission and
work. Ther society of which these
gentlemen nre representatives was
organised' about 45 years ago in
Dundee:,' Scotland;' iri 'the congregation of'Rev. BobtiMcOheyneyade-i.
voted miuister of the Presbyterian
ohurch. Mr. McCheyne become so
deeply impressed with the importance of the work of converting the
JewB that he resigned his pastorate
and went, to the Holy Land on a
mission odtaieated with that work..
The two delegates now in Canada
have come for the purpose of visiting the Jaws on this continent, ascertaining their numbers and con
dition, and securing assistance for
the work of the society. They report that great progress haa been
made towanli tlit OtirijitMtiuiati-jri
of the Jews scattered throughout
Europe., "About two yqars ago,"
said one of the delegates, "several
members ofthe society visited its
different European missions to ascertain how the Work was progressing
in Germany, Austria, Russia, Turkey, Italy, and other countries. The
members were rejoiced to find that
the work at all Ule stations among
the Jews and other nationalities was
far more encouraging than they had
imagined. It was found that tha
accessibilities in those countries for
the work was simply wonderful. In
Russia there are five million Jews,
and only three missionaries working
among theqi. There weie hundreds
upon hundreds of Jews there who
have become Christianiied simply
by corresponding with officers of the
society in England,   The work is
going on in***ir*J*J-*Jw{<i.-*waT ift
southern Russia. While the delegation from England was in Kische-
new, southern Rhasio, a Christian
church was inaugurated, and through
it about 1,000 Jewa had been led to
embrace Christianity. The work
was spreading in all directions, and
its influence was being felt at St
Petersbuig. The Jewish papers
have been doing their best to mini-
miss the results of the work, but it
is impossible for any to conceal the
good work that has already been
accomplished. The desire of the
society is, if possible, to place a
medical mli-donary at each station,
and to have a woman's mission in
connection with the society." Rev.
Mr. Matth«w»*-iid: '•Ourcxperienco |
as missionaries in the work among
the Jews is that where years ago
the missionary .ceiiltl m* apeak of.
Christ to*-TO*'.TOOUt pfSVokitig'|
a blasphemous expreaaton from the
I»™on^lv*i*i%-jJ-fJj_-me uja-^i—
ot Christ with respect, and if not
acknowledging Hi» Divinity acknowledges Him as a great reformer, and
regrets that the Jews were misled
and crier, ••brucify Him." There
was a time in my experience when
Jews sfta hi iny face, aad *he» I
suffered real punUhment and bodily
injury for going on with the work
in opptjaltloft to the Jeirs.' "(vo have'
lived tS^be respected by them/arid'
now we can go to Jews und talk to
.  *n.o"«bci«tyJ;ii
them,
and Us***n \ait,t\r.
based uron evangelical and undenominational .principles. The ministers ofj'T||_:|c--_4**:.nre:*-ii'ilii'-TR
nnd laymen representing all the
evangelical denominations in Great
Britain, things are Uow in the
Chrintia*) jiprld tending entirely towards rnon-seotarion missions, and
onr mission is not to convert the
Jews to any particular church, but
to bring them to Christ, All the
agents 'employed bjr the society as
missionaries an Hebrew Christians.
From t-W.taWonaries of the society
employ,^'J)(jl;.;Ii6B**n *P;ffsi*i>i^o;
we havo now 100 workers in Great
Britain, It*l»t_d,»nd Europe, with
an annual ineom» of from 140,000
to |50,000."   The conversion of tlie
Jews lft#JqrV#^.jn;jt*|ft*.1|,Je-.
nominatiMis of Ohnttiani are
greatly interested, ahd the reports.
of thete dtltjvgates fsifa, to>'full of
enooursgement and promise.	
ItPT. PITTESDIUMI,
In the East.
JUST ARRIVED:
,.t3
Specialties ia Groceries!
THE HIRST INSTALMENT OP MR.
MoPliaden's purchases ln the East
liu just arrivod. This nhlpment has
been hurried through specially fur tho
ChrlHtrnua and holidny trade, nnd consists
ot choice and well mtlectetl Goods, sillt-
abtefor thia season ofthe year.
Heavy Invoices and bills of lading are
Just to imml direct from manufacturers,
refiners and packers of Goods, now lu
transit across the contlmnit, and when
this lot arrives McPhaden will carry the
befct assortment <jf -ri; \-
Staple and Fancy
, Groceries >■•..:
ln  the  Proviuce,   anil  sell   at   prices
never before touched In British Columbia,
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil.
A, car load of thc fumoiis high toBt time*
Drop CmI Oil direct fmm Cleveland,
Ohio,expected dally. ,•',   ■,.,,■
SU8AR.
SUGAR.
A car load direct from refinery of Sugars, Syrupe and Molasses .expected on
KBi-tr, -_.*/*.
the Mth.
* J ult arrived direct from Yokohama, ex
"Ultv of J-ckln.".* flue line oJJaMn, Ens-
Hsh Bre#l&i«b Young Hyeoit,'Oolong and
o^inAi-f «v *v '" hii "^ilL
o_rCall and ewmlne our floods before
purchasing your Christmas supplies.
D, J^cPHARp;,, ,
Importer, Wholesale -['Retail Griioer.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     ddcltc
Clbthes Fouiid;
As
stol<
&JIT OP CLOTHES, IN THE HANDS*
of th»P611ae,euppoj-ed to have been
 n.  The owner mn  have them by
giving description to the Police Magistrate and paying expenses. If not claimed
within one month from date will be sold
to pay expenses. dno25ml
fJpHE C. P. k CQ. (Ul.)
'^R. P. RITtti^T'
Will  leave  New  Westminster on- ber
TUESDAY TRIPS ut 4e,elMk a.m., instead of7 o'clock a.m.,iui heretofore, until
further notice. She will l«nvo jonThurH-,1
days aud Saturdays at 74-cl-** Mn., m |
heretofore..
JOHN IRVING,
THOS. L. BRIGGS, ■     '   Manager.
Ageut. dno29.r2
NOTICE.
THE UXDEKSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to Inform his friends and the Publio
generally that tie has purchased of Mcssi
Owens& Iualey the uremlsei. Intel}'kttov
the "Binghafe Hr--1 ' """
_.irt.
_....  _.._._, ^ ._.     .-...,.  i3wfa
as the "Bingham House," situate on Columbia Street, lu this city, opposite the
Station of-the O. P. *.4g'U henceforth
known as the Depot Hotel—when be ventures to hope that by strict attention to
the comfort and requirements of his patrons to merit a share ofltfteii* Mipuort.,, .
The cuisine will he under the foannire-
ment of an experienced cook and tlie
sleeping department under the personal
superintendence of Mrs. Bllludcaux.
Premises quite new and charges moder-
TJt t\'i-'9f ^•WW^DfAlJX. .
New Westmlniter, SKKjNov., 1810.   ) ({
' dnownu
WALSH'Sl
TAILORI.W
EMPORIUM
OolMbU 81., Kew WetlBlnittf.
InfA VINGJJ ttST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Full nod Winter SI
speetlo-j <*#«■*■*,'W
ik, we Invito In-
*ilM  <_
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Muuufucluicis and ltajmrtcrs 01
Harnew*. Saddles, gfi-
L T*w#*et(f
NEW WESTMINSTEE,-B. 0.
 dwjly31te _
1TOTIOB.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO US
are requested to call and settle their
accounts at onee. By doing no they will
oblige us nnd save themselves further
trouble,
N.U-Atl aooounta; hot nettled before
the loth of December WH! ne placed in the
hands of n collector for rollectlon.
KELLY BROS.,
dnoauml West End Bakery.
UNDER A COMMITTER   OF   MAN-
asemont, m Quadrille Club has been
organized In this City.„   .
The Club meets every alternate Tuesday
and promises to be a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to join are requested to hand lu their names as soon us pou-
lis'M«r*4:^M^
from whin mil particulars ean be ob»
iained. ™ ^ T      .    •*, . dooiomi;
Hat Japi-st Chph
Lord's ^y; Dec. 12.
SERMONS BY __  
a. m.j ■ey^W.U.ru, »..*., at 2:30
p. ta.; Sttw. A. B.
T. I', Baker, ol 11
r, HmAh ~* *
r, al 7p. in
ON——
Eyening, Dec, 13,
A GRAND CONCERT
T)Y A VICTORIA CHOIR iind Otliem.
TICKETS, tor C,liicrTl,Oiie Dollar each,
aa.Sec Illlls. diio29wl
WOETH
llllil
OOlv^I'.A.lT-S-
»^THAT-^*
WANT.
$1.2t!i^lH?- $1.2$
DISTRICT OF
JUST 18SUK1) BY
Utl
i m
Pric^, $1,^5.
This Map has been produced at
great oott, and gives u vast amount
of Information never before available respecting the moat important
district in the Provinoe.
the new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of,
the O. P' R. and extensions.
:jLi
Capital, 53,000.000-
PalU, $48,0O»,(K)O
JIJatnBllaltesl aitBoa*
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing' Business:
ill British,Columbia, j   .
tar ttiskt promptly taken, tai) Losses
satisfactorily' adjusted!
doc7tc     (   lB,C.S.4P.Co.)A0ENT.
WILL BE HELD AT THE
Eatflsk,
Snick, anMua, mack,
aa4 Aanrieaa
Kver shown., Id New Westmlnsler,   Kor
a GOOD FIT and artistic style we defy
competition.
dnoiKlt. '   '*   THl*. WAtlBlf.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Diemm IB: and is.
IS AID OF THE BELL TOWER
FAIR OPEN AT IMP,.  J     |
AfmlMtaih:.,^, -.SS oenta.
1   Children with Tarents, Free.l*
SUPPER from 5 to 7; price ,71 cents.
A CONCERT; Aamlssloo.SOconls.   ,,
TkaniajlTeilng:   '
. BROOM BRILL,*ABLT-AV*., BKCI-
TATIONB, CHRISTMAS TRKE; Ad-
mission,-0«ents. i-.w
a_k.Oyst«rs' after Concert.   ',','
ContribnUons lor imy ot thd stalls will
-**-- —    —-* * Mrs. Dickinson
dnoJIUI
PY/EMIA
U the rtott vlrolent form df t_k)od-pol»Il.
Ine. Lets speedily fatal, but not lett ter.
tafnly to, Is the vitiation of Um Uood ol
- *• *■ the first symptoms an Hiaplaa,
_. ~y.. Kni*»
Whicli ,_,	
Sties, BolU, and Cutaaeout
tions. When the taint of Scrof »la
WiirninRofltspreiciiccbvsiichin-tlcanont,
no time should he lost in using AYXR's
Sassap iuii.i.a, the onlv perfect and relt-
nble medicine for the purification of tbe
blood,
SCROFULA
It 11 foul eoi
„ ....„,„ .^J»e blobStli-tiji*
out all the machinery of life.  NotShf
will criullcBtc It from tht * —
«*!faBid_ffi _„,..
tion Is also tbo only one thtt will cleanse
of Mercurial polton.ud tbe
lyitcm tnd pro.
»< BOts-mSkia; tSsp%S^
onlsr'" -' *   ^*        	
the bk._  __„__,,_,
taint of Contagious Diseatai, ImpoTer-
l»b«l blood 1» productive of
Ui
AN/EMIA,
 kattd
nchoify. _Itt
A wretched condition lndlnttd by MUM
Skin, Flaccid  Muscle^ fUMttand
Narvet, nnrl Melancholy.   Itl'lnt
Etonis aro Weakneti tumor,
ot Servo Force, nnrl MaaUl Da.
on.   Its course, unekeekod, letdt
ucvllnbly to lntinlty or dettk. Wol
lection.    II* coune,
lucvllnblv to lntinlty o       	
frequently suffer from it. The onl) medl.
cine tbat, while purifying tM blood, *af
riches It with new vitality, ud luvlgontt*
the whole system, It, .    .
Ayer's Aarsapar1!laf  i
D.J. Cf. Ayer A Co", UwellSlMk
JrEflSS^-^
REAL-RESTATE,
-.HAVE RECEIVED
from Mr. T. t
.t,llo Auction on
ubi
 bi
tho reel
I  This
ably slum1
Fraser' rl'
•rJ'&Sfom
m'WMMW^fm
This UoHlnble property In very fuvor*
intcd(wltlVaiiplcu-41ilv.Pwof V
'nmer river and mirrountllnn, nnd
------     Qm —
wltft aiiplcudlil view of the
irrountilngn, and li
iin easy reach of the hew
arranged, bet uk ull lumber flnlnhed Inside. It contAlimi hIx r-wmx and ft lnrge
hnn.5fft-rt.wMt. .1!lu»,tejjdM -\ wave;
nlently arranged Sloble with H ataf|»antl
huy loft; «ood Chjoken Hnuiej und n
apreudld Well of excellent wuter. (tribbed
"^-t the bottom and which cost «l to dljr.
 Lot, wliich In MxlKfeet.lH thoroughly
clcuredand laid down for Kurden und or*
.     -    .■...-*■ .*•-■  .fane,1'
ifprni
Tne lit
elcureu.._— —-—r-
chftM; ivIUbesotdtotthwtn
IwlllaltioHellat name time* -Rem nan I*
of'Carpel, Wlnceyn, I)mhh Oooiln, Velveteen". Hoelery.aiovH*., Trunk" uml V«ll-
ej. Men'ianifboyi' Hulls, «•«*• .uid Cw,
Vaterprooh, Btove-i, TaWep imd. Tafil-j
yftlUng IT
ehlnee. am
Groceries,
store, Columbia street, at 1 cretins, p.m
tliarn. 'J '*-' • '•■■■■■< ■>• i ■ "■
dnoSOtd Auctioneer.
, Wliulr
lads,
ant
buva
■■
i*miLij*p**^A3q j.
RAND BROS.
Beal Estate, I__«afc.__ce tni
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTOIUA.
li R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VAHCOUVU.
■■' trittt-' '*    * *
Just Received by C. P. R.,
MU
op EvWki BisisoitiPTioN.
. Thes^itW-jJ^Mre selected by Mr. E.
'^ §f9l4W \rWW^Pi'nA to* ft0™ the
celetoill fiMHHlS^P Bros, IJapPn,
Ontario, which is a guarantee that they
can't* 1$' be^tSH' ,M qtality or chieapness.
Now #6 'the Stove' season is df^iiigjp;;^
fi&'^Silt^^iyi^l^^ to carry Any,
Hfeating Stoves over till next season, we
are offering these Stoves at M$I.S REVER 3 mim m imoREi in Sfflffi
OITft;^M:Mta iPe stock j must ,',be'.
closed (mtawitticajtodelay,itwtll|,etoypni.
interest to come^-early' and secure BAR-
GA\m,::^ ■:}-;r^.Z ; ';;:::;,;!
We alse carry -the i&ifgest...and-, hest se,-
lected stock of Cooking Stoves; Ranges,
finwape, Brass Goods, Iron Pipe"tod Fit-
ItingS in BritisLcColumhia, and our Goods
aj-e mmM $MW& wiir Mf co^fe-
tition.   mimmmjtm       |*-*-.-.-;»>»»*-a, ■.«■■
- TihSmithilif; PltiMbih^Md Steam aad
jnGas-Fittlng" done %i*ftwt-*class Mechanics,
All W6r^|^fl|iB^YO    .„,.-.  :,:, u ™
L, t\W» faeewm la^eH*gBorfcment of GAS
 and CHANDELIERS.    ., ,,
HflM,
•flj;
UKUKR t, I1I?0»IKR IX
l*H
fcLOTHiNa:
qR^iiRI
Ti
.TUSTf
In ail shades and material ol DKESS
OOODS, inclu-Mg:<!t*kmerc»,*-lerWos,
Silks, Satins,' Black and Colored' Voire-'
teens and l'luabea. , COTTONS (Idtaohyl
•nd imlilcachcd). ' LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *_.- Orey, White,
Scatlel and Checked FUNNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, SUk
and Kid. ladle. Merino antl Laau*.
Wool Vests. JERSEVS, ali prices.
Hosiery, Muslim, Dlajier Irish Linen,
_Wlliantsi-M,'*<i; ;.~'' ''■" ;'''
Men's Clothing!
liar  Quality, %!., Fit and Price,
can't lie touched. ..
MEN'S FORNISHINQS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and.
Wool Underwear, Wliite Shirts; Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, 4o, Also, Cotton, Merino, Oath-
mere, Latnht Wool and K nit SOCKS, in
gnat variety,
Also, HATS and CAPS,  Ladleri'aiid
Owta'   HUBBUB  GOODS  and UM-
BRKtLAS.     „.„, ._.„„_,__ T-
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpet., RuK., Window ?ol.t.'. >itii
lJalar. and Mountings, Window Holund
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetlngi, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and UnMetohed
Tablo Linent, Napkins, Titikingt, Blank-
eta and Arotio.down Quits, Table Cloths
anil Covert.
IK OKOCERIES
Evarytilng fcuwrl In a first-class Es__li,
llshment, and none but the nest, panned
It, FrulU, MeaU andVenetablM.
, Snt.Wet Cm,, Hem.. I t,.tk*r
tkeatw keep liana, bat I alter rea Ike
» aad atlkelewetl»rlM Ikejeaaae
at, aad rea aat wkat we tawmeat.
dnoMIc
dwntjai-itj-;
S?1Sc9ullar tt Go.,
J CcJombia St., NewWestminster, B. I
&i_Q&L\ -HOJ0SE1
t - _t *Oi?^f-p^Ii.=';"; -'V^'iaEQidyj^niu 3SB0B
H^S^RJfC^YSRV.'A, '&& FIN»J-'OT€»OK'i(!(_»)i Si!
nery, Dress Goods, Cottons, 8heet
immAmmto-mmtBi
'The Millinery is the tinott and largest Stock'on file Mairilanil. ' TTo
need to go to Victoria. ■ jjlill   'I'llU.'lllHlll    ,'l!lllr!l
DBBM rG(_*OI)-J in (iBTjew^wtf-^ls and shadtHt-far -tststtns.
We call attention to the famous   8EA 8ERCE, which
have at various priced—87 Jc„ 60c., 62'c. unit _ft*iit.;< ewaat) ht tpHfA.tp
rain and even though soaked in m» \"«ter or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL COLOK.       |
1-he GENTS' DEPARTMENT is welU«i-pU|»tli"it|i TlM, Bra-
C68f 8hlrt8, 80Ck8, &C, and a new and fashionable stock of
mm**,**. .^.^^ ttiN
dW,JC?^l.*.ri'l
•4JJ_.H
"''''"■•''  -»-|f
* if r Yuiir. rr
^j$R$$83&
w,.a7 avj
the 'Undersigned ^, rs
.      . ;    '-—TOBE^LB ;mmB»»1ii»^w,«W
At Cost and Below!
• «K FOR-THE -NEXT NJNETy;D^VS'':: ^^ ;
Gn^iM ^.^Hoid for «5.00.
Kquslly low prlcet on all other Rubber Goodi.   *th«t Otwls wo "0 AnU^OM
manufacture. ■,. - a     if-   ■■•u,v. ,: ■■■      niuj
»t«n»s Boots, 94.50, sell for f8.W>.
Ladles' French Kids. j«,aellfor»4.fi0
Tliete Goodl n$St_> iWWl'JjfcS|[nr* the next 8'months.   H jou wast any.
thing in my line ctfll caflyafid'tfet your choice! and yon wll|.ttak«*|f^ «yj*t*-|).
-ft.a«ortia.«at Biiokaklxi GHo-f-f^JjJ jjjjj
JAS. ROU86EAU.
dnolflnVl
IS PUEPAKED   TO   FURNISH   ALL
kinds of Nonameatal Wark.
Speolultles iu Scotch Granite and Kalian
Marble.
Rough and Flue Stone for Buildings, _
Agent for Heller's Oraamenlal rianlrr
"Designs Been at tterapBter's Shoe Blore.
P. Oj Boy g|fflfffflg^g^-f t _W__l
Provincial SKCRKTARV'rt OI-Vicb,
,.   . «h November, m    ,
WHEREAS THB LIEUTENANT-GO-
vernor In Council Is empowered,
under the "Public, Schools Act, 1885." to ,
create School Districts, in addition to
■"-one alrewdy existing, and to define thc ,
__ juudarlei thereof, And from time to time
to alter the,boundaries of existing District*! it is hereby notified that His Honour has been pleiaed to create ths tract of -
land enclosed within thc under-mentioned
*-—u"3Gt   'School District under the
"   "'""'   '"*,*?$S
houadarles a School
title of the "Round Prairie L—
trict, vl*.!-AH ofTroynBhlps^M^
88, Osoyoos Division of Yale District
Also, that HU Honour has been pi<
to direct that the boundaries of the
lumcheeii School __.
redefined as follows;. ._
and 7, Osoyoos Division a
rlttonofYafeWsWefelg "J-
oheol nuwet" be chanted to "Vancou- ,,,<
. er School Distriot," and that Is boundaries be altered.aiul redeDned aslollbwi:-
The same as these defined on theofflclal
luapoftheCltyofVanodnyer. ,;      '
,nd.   ..   .  „
JNO. ROBSON,
v'-* **iSaa(_*_trt«ry. ter"
GUNSMITHS.
GUNS,RIFLES,
•r All DeserlptUas.
lUnv Tukb.    Butiv biw.
POWDER AND SHOT
,:   * •     '   (AMjlCWBA).
CARTRI08ES, 8HIU8 and
RELOAOIM TOOLS.
SPECIAL  PRICES   FOR   US06
' OUANTlTIESpFAMPNITION.    ,
aa* All MaMOnfeto will He aaai tssmjst.
'SST-inei^-t^suuB
llae. AII«e|-|inaiaale-Nl. Saatlmus.
tleorbreech-loadlnt)_aletbj,ke.ar«r _
week. Alsa, loais nr klre.      ■■'■■-
COtHKl CUlRCn*C0LIM8USTS.
New wesTMirwnm.   *1
Tke New Gaa More. dnoSo
Pacific
tly.y
111
jiiriJ
% WestnuBster, B. G.
r. !'■:>■ , *  'idi'jri  pJyifi-fiQi ?f
iim.
•A    ._
Ir»7_.l
80'.Ji*n-
iri' i
Innii
till ii
' l.t
'   l)M(1*FACTIIMII*a-_HN-t--CllttF {
ParmWagonsi*^.'' **** * «
if Express Wagons,
"Ivetry Wagons,   «  «
§ j^'^Osxtiti&t, :,;•':
Top Buggies,
i'i-'^^i^Open;!!]^^!.,,';
Phaetons, f<m*>i<*;***»
■ 'jViT'tiu-'Sy^:-.ji n   {'iliis'-itu  inwili
...» j. Butcher Carte,
tint? '_—___'''■' vl'Jn'jJVri!' ll eissir.
•*#ue*icy?*M It*h ai r'ntlJ m.i Iri.ii ,wioi'
ailtS, n«K
l((in
AND  EVKRYTHINO   IN  THK,
I, VSHKIU. UM \a\iHi„.s.i tit
<c kavt *.lat|e stock ol  molt of ths
rve trtidlti on
orWMOiLand,
WheeK W^S^uTljti
Mar
        ardsraro.
1, '. ■ J r-.iJJ 1,. .SIIV^lU_ ,'JIOJ. V.i
;Ee»*Jri.i.I'.l.ti.j*Irl«l»i
done at reasonable prices.   ,    ,
.nBWKiiliii
In all its Brtnches.
■I btr
Jsi
1-
•{iir.
Estimates given! on Ironwtitt and
Contract, taken,    Agrlcul-ural bull.
menta made and rewired, ud all kinds
of Ironwork (or S^w, .Mlui, J
"snips and Fanners, kept in stool
ledrtdoJaer."    Pf" "".   »   *■"
11
;*•:.».
i'jtut
llone-Shoeinx am Geiertl
- * >i ; ,u mme,, .,,;. ;;,:;;.„
We' alto ktip ki stock to sunply
trade, Iron, Steel, Clulnt, r ' *
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, ou..., ,.
Inn and Steel HarrowTiift; OjMh-it "'''
BprlniiB snd Axles, and a compMl etoefc -tv.
ofCarriagtiH.idwir»j;.i/nnii   lo   nislitin:
Parties requiring -ayUilng luour Baa I
get what they' wtnl, for they oan get a """
tuperior artlele at' a'Naionatile price *»:
here,    u_   rVuii-9dJ   iijnh. .uoiiJi- ilsolti
We are alio mannfaetnringaniMUIng >
the celebrated, .,, ,;,•„„„.. ..j,,;,,,,  ,„ u,i«
■ TICM1 Ut UM1.S MSW-, 11. -'
At reduced prloei It^^ Is the Hett aM *
cheapest Pless ln the market.      '-.•..>•.- ■
' *rw, hate (ot tke nest workmen la be   '
x-»u»jii'
Hi«_ily we (an lonr.ladacooi.ai. u> um.
lT_5ihUAirk»8..*V»-1l^
pramptlraUendedto. ■u".,j  ■
dwootml MID ft OU*MI*L
tt, .1
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
"-is»#jis
j Iiitiih Ohiwiu IrtnosiK md Pbintino
At the Company's Steam Prlnlli
Uhllsnment, Columbia SI.
, Delivered In the City dally.. .28c. per week
SfflS&rffli.i::::::::::::::::::::'1^
{I       , ■mw'SSlSni^ 109
S Transient A*veHlse«seals.-Flrst Inser-
; tion, 10 ots. per line solid nonpareil: each
I tisubsequent consecutive lnsertlon.acts. per
(//line. Advertisements not Inserted every
1 day, 10 ota. per line each Insertion.
'] SUaJlai Aftrertlseasea.ll.-''
VBusI 	
VtS%rmOTthTsrn%T5Tjilof.T&»'l}r^
1 IIS.!?; 1 eol. Iii. If Inserted lor less (nan 3
I J, mos. 10 per cent, will bo added.
I '*. apeclal Katlees aroongreatHng inBtter,
11Mots; per line each Insertion; Specials
; calling attention to advertisements, lOcts.
'I (PBlrths', Marriages nnd Deaths,! 1 for each
[Insertion: Funeral,Notices in connection
with deaths, 60 cts. each Insertion,
W"
Vi knelt: tales, whendlsplajml.oharsed
[ua per cent less than Imnslent wlvls. If
[fZ-olld, charged at regular transient rates,
ITHE-WEEKLY COLUMBliW
luaeii every Satanlay Mentis.
Puso.,
rp.-Mr..G. ^,( -^t***-,
win A Jordan,  piano
9.3
Jufaoturers, Victoria, it now iu the
My and will remain till Sat.rday.
Orders for tuning or repairing may
be left af Mt*. f, B..Pe«rio4'i store.
Mr. Jordan Kaa had large experience
in'tome of tlie best American piano
and organ factories, including Ohicker-
Ing & Son and Mason Sc Hamlin,
Boston, and comet with first-elan references. . delto
'.Delivered In the City, per year.	
Mulled, por year ,^:.;.iSSfr..,..—..
i[alled|tmonths....f._!-..^*JJT.I.'''f.";.
wiuiv aniititiso mu.
saw?-
, SUadlaa A.vertlseaseats.-For 1 Inch,
ia)t^iMnthi-lns.l_|ieriJn.|81ns..tl»J
Wer raT; 1 eol. tli.75 per m. If InserU
[ joss than S mos. 10 per cent, will bo I
'/• Speoial notices among reading matter,
Rl els. per line eaoh Insertion.
quire into hit sHhdlng and op
i.n extra rate will be .
inserted In either ltsul
k
edaesday Evealag, ■ectsaj" I. IW,
.' Six oar loads
ttrrive to-night
fi A fnU llneof CanadianHymnaltjutt
i-juslaess; cheap. Apply at Woods,
VCornert Gamble. _    Jyldto
f Go toatehere'r /<l| Parlor and
Slanging Ltmpe, TIM finest attort-
'[net ever imported. no27dlw
'{! The constant feeling of being "played
,,ut" and "need up" oan readily be re-
Inoved by utlif Ayer'a Smaparilla.. ,,;
3 N. P. Stramberg, tuner and regulator of Phthod'-ana Organs.. iWorlf
Ihiaranteed. Leave .orde-e at T. Rv
.?eanon&&*•»,' ■"•Ina dnoMW •
',' A phrenologist toys that "fullness
finder the eye den»tes"lahguage."
JSJVhen the fullneis iacauted by another
,<.ian's fist it denotes vary bad language
Generally.
Before deciding on the plan of yojir
iV house 165lT7vetlSe_aleitarY.hi-ec-
iral designs at Mr. Hill's offlce, McKen-
ie tt.,andoomMaa {«oafW]# .ut*-jtj-
<V In addition to onr new ttook of Spring
I'i-ods we 1l»»e opened an Invoice of
mala, Weat of England Broadclotht
id" Frenoh  Caeslmeres. — Waisb's
.ttonisuKiir.*|*--*--:|!] i-fnHfflWfll]
1
..It is stated tliat »*y»d_l!M-al*ft$
!ish capitalists has purchased the Haat-
Ajgs Sawmill proporty at Burrard In-
»!rt for a large sum, and that the works
i-fflbe**iree«lye*ile.**--i_. •'■' ■'■ <■■'"'•
¥-w British Columbia Milling A
' fining Co. has aw aided
i fir
ty to-UTe'etWHOn of dWohinoi.
Ir. a shaft on mining property in
-'fcriboo.
S Young husband (I
juegraph you not to
.ith   youl   Young wife—I know,
-hat's -»-'    "
"pout
j Th. exammatioa tttt entrance to the
Rtfew W-a-tqtwtW.^JJMIHil-wLllo^
ijienced to-day.    Fifteen pupils are
iking the examination, of whom one
from Port Moody, and one from
uehman's.
It Baltimore Ovateta I ITU'M). gen-
f
Iline thing, sent through by exprett,
"iiotite th. Colonial    Hotel, today.
"jsjldw, caa»» trilnsouiM bno  riji^iS iWtWV
H The thip Beltider. is «*i*»rs tfga.
|lilla Point, Vancouver Island, and it
*■ feared the will become a total wreck.
Jta was on her way from California to
IweJlington for CMlfr
'   t Co., by fno_o
:|nuir *~Co., by wfibm the is chartered.
Ayer's Pills are a convenient remedy
jMtoi'lSt JliW^-HpX
[ure to bring relief and cure. They are
iffectual in a wide range of dlseaiei
'-•liloharliefromdlKrd^'i'fra.t'oniatth
■nd digeatlve ergant.
usband contest in the ovening any
itrrong aet he may have commWdif dnK
•log the day. Thut far tho has got hiin
,-j aokrutwWg.'' lhat-He bat on the
[Irrong candidate and twice ate pie with
|kni?e.~P*ilo^*rf.^-f«WKtt!(il j
I»™.*',1&mivbXX<Ml>*  the
lonth of November Mr. J. S, Clute,
rllecto- of inland xpfewi. at this
.rt, has collected noise duties on
ririts, malt and cigars amounting to
■ffl.m.i*',
CoM-tom KuwnoK.-W. aro author-
jjed to state thatMr.J>oi*lil'Cltl-holm
i in the field as a candidate for the
aat in th. Home of Co]
end vacant by the di
Ue lamented representative, Mr. Ho-
_er.  'IHdwoeasto
, Fo»
ion of
the solicits,
iendt I hate
kontented to offer myeelf a candidate
' tor tte"rit&Hiiatliiti <» the dlttriet
1 tf New WHtaalattw in tite. hooe. of
oommont. Early in 18871 intend to
J dring my family to th. dittriot snd
'"eoome a permanent retident. - Jmis
To limn mortality and stop the leads of dlataie, uie Northrop*Lyman',
'igetabli Discovery and Dyspeptic
ure.   (or all diteaaes truing from Im-
lire B*	
lilioui
t ni
rftei: "I __
vtpepttai IhL .     .. ..   ,
it thia it the only one that hu done
reaaygo-C-V'tJ   (1^olmi««W
GunTivius Hamilton OUtfih. —
The Hamilton (Out.) Times of the
ult. copies from the" Montreal
(-Attatotsetit ihontDr. Griffin'i
doings aiMonoton, __iilar.to.8ii. extract whioh appeared in Saturdty't
Coluubiak, but with additional par-
tioulart. The modut operandi adopted by Dr. Griffin at Moncton it described. He would offer to guarantee
the cure of hit patients for various
sums, from Id to 116, nnd sueeeeded
in getting a good deal of money. We
han asked the Dr. Griffin who it now
iS (his province whether or not he is
the person who visited Monoton about
the 10th of las! month, whose eiploitt
are referred to in the eastern papera,
but he has not responded to the inquiry. Would it not be woll for the.
medical coufcil of the provinae to In-
" iplSrAtloni?
no In,
:, a/iE.
ie cityouttr-day'strain.    l "J* a
Mr. Wm. Brown, of the Vancouver
Herald, oame over last evening to attend the St. Andre.w'a dinner and returned this morning.it '<>' TJi
 ■■■■■>' 'g-"' I	
ia<W;irK*eW<lh..'-
Mouns or ttie »t. msswt am cal
IIETY N6U THEIR MMU IHMEt.
An r.ajayaaae •e-astoa~T.au Usl J
Th. fettival of St. Andrew't, generally observed by the sons of Scotland
wherever they may bo, wat duly' commemorated in thit city by the thirteenth annual dinner of the St. Andrew's and Caledonian sooiity of th.
mainland) Th|t bcouion Was on. of
the most pleasing and onjoyable kind,
and all present were much gratified.
The gathering being purely for pleat-
ure's purposes, wat, at would be expected, marked by a high' degree of
merriment, which wat not carried beyond that limit which' it invariably
recognized in a oompany of ventlemen.
Th. chair wss oooupieil by Chief Bon-
ion, the vice chair by First Chieftain
Laidlaw. To the right of the phair his
wonhip Mayor Dickioion and' Oapt.
Bole were Seated,tothe left Capt
Peele and W. H. Ladner, M. P.P.
The evening wat somewhat advanced
.he*- Mt*r*a.a^to and nlnetyin.
vited guetts, members of the society
and others holding tiekets sat down to
the excellent spread provided by mine
hott of the Coloniel. One or two
houn wss passed- in diipwing of th.
ctoiei with whioh mine hott it aooui-
tomed to tempt and tickle the human
appetite. During thii timO each member of the, feitivo board kept up a
lively conversation with thote in hia
lifeVdiate vicinity, and with laughter
add/ mirth the moments flew. The
formal and elaborate ceremony at the
bringing forth of the meek ahd doleful
looking "haggii" would have done
haaar to a royal* personam. Placed
«nV Ira; on th. shouldin of two
ilalwart;,*t|4|#,,tt.wai cfltijed *ound
th. room preceded by a piper, tnd
after having been sufficiently honored
was divided among the hungry, - The
|*ibiwh, "thegrandest at them a',"
was there in the hinds df the venera
ble piper of the looioty, Mr. Carmichael. The thrilling mutio delighted
all pr-wtht^ r, 11-, _-*_ _*< _TTi
Tho evening pasted quiokly, and it
wat about 11 p. m. when Chief Bon-
! ton. Called the company to order and
proposed thi
 &
ithe Royal Family," " His Excellency
'the 4>ve_no> , GtMral" and ". Hit
Honor itBoj :U*tenadt , Oororior.''
whioh:
loyal enthl
the queen always arouses among her
subjeots. "-'
•Mfhe   Dominion, Provinoial  and
OM Gov.mm.ntt," •*«•»** ty th.
iirtsident, waa retponded to at some
ength by Mr. Bole In behalfof the
federal govtena-int, who referred to
onderful progress of lh. Donin-
Idea 1867. When th. tremendous
feeling a thrill, of pride In this coun
try, which was yet to become
the toremo.lop.Hrth.
one of
province hi
for a railway
white    '
andMr.'!
railway matttti, pBHM
peotive, conolud>d averjf^eat tpeeoh,
which wu loudly apblaudid. Mr. Orr
Mnnkatically agreed with Mr. Bole,
and said among manx other thingt
that he had, ils«aei.
Tr'ti^inta
e boundary or any.
Mayor Dickinson
&M
alto made a thnrt addrets, in whioh he
Forces,' .   .
tho death of the late
Sir Hetber.LM*hei
io muoh fcwtr to his
hitlife. jj,
posed by VicePreiir
moendtd to..by- '
ipMcKr.
We Liv. In," ptopoied by tha pretl.
denl, draw forth, ail .xoeltant tong
from Mr. G. Robwtton, who waa
tiddly aprdauded,        .       ,;iV
'."i'ho Commerolal,  Hlilog, fiih-
ng, Msnufsctuilng tnd A**ril«lt«ral
posedlythemlsktlk kfc. *&
holm, in teiponding, t>M h. BtMmitl
hi. pfimnierci-J iotoresti nf the coun-
irf t. be liiagood condillou, and
butineu generally experienced a
good jf,"l|f;j tn!,Mlfc hdMId
that he had traveled over a great deal:
of 'this  provlnc, and he hid never
proapNted in a, oreek in which he did
not find gold.; The mining interest!
were receiving a new impetus, and we
might look for a large dovelopmont in
the future.: The fiah.riaa were not ai
good ai might be desired, but' it war
satisfactory to know that the canners
had lost nothing. The manufacturing
industries were increasing and there
was, evety reason to believe that
a great extension would soon be
made in the principal one—lumber.
In agriculture there was a constant advance, and the farmen have done well
this year. The great diffloultiet in the
matter pf securing titlei to their landa
were being removed, and the staff of
offioials in the lunds offloe were giving
great satisfaction. The river waa being
improved, and with such splendid shipping facilities the peninsula on whioh
NewWestminster was ' situated was
destined to become one of the greatest
centres of trade in the world. (Loud
applause.)
"The Press," proposed by Vice-
£ resident Laidlaw and responded to by
Ir. Wm. Brown, of the Vancouver
Herald, and Mr. H, A. Munn, of the
Oolohbiak. The toast "Sister societies and guests" was retponded to in a
happy manner by Mr. Rutherford, on
behalf of the St. Andrew's society of
Ottawa. He aaid he was visiting New
Westminster for the first time and considered it had advantages second to
no oity in the Dominion. .
J "Our Absent Friends" was followed
by the toast to "the ladies, God bless
'em," which was responded to by
Messrs. Mowatt,, Green, .and Dr,
Cooper. InterlpelJsed with the toasts
■rare several very good songs by
Messrs. Bole, Laidlaw, Robertson,
Moresby, Bonson, and' others. Mr.
On also sang the "origin of St. Patrick's dayj"   ., :'
At 2 a. m. the oompany rose, joined
hands, sang "Auld Lang Syne" and
the national anthem, and dispersed
after a good Scotch reel had been
danced by some of the kilted gentlemen. During the eveing the congratulations of the Victoria brethren, who
were also assembled to honor the day,
Vert! received by telegraph and acknowledged with best wishes.
Joseph Rusaa, Percy, writes: "I wai
induced to try Dr. Thomat' Eclectrie Oil
for a lameness which troubled me for
three er four years, and found it the bnt
article I ever tried. It haa been a greal
Mining to mi." Beware df similarly
named articles; they are Imitations of
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil.
ESL-EIPTO-RS
—OK	
(IKNTLEMKN.-rAHaffiiccuRfior to yonr
late i-eprcsunlutWe tn- the Commons will
Boon have to bo elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate for tbe position,
I purpose publishing an address ln
whieh I will give my views on the most
Important questions affectinj- your Interests, and will visit the different settle*
ments and address the electors before
election day, .       .'
In Politics, lam and will be thohouoh-
LY INDEPENDENT.
Yoars respectfully,
dwoeffito T. j. TRAPP.
Why go limping ami whining about
vour corns, when a 25 cent bottle of Hoi-
Way's Corn Core will remove them?
Give it a trial, and you will not regret
it.
LamstlTel
MORNING DESPATCHES.
recti »tt»a.cMi. •  .    .
Out or Mexico, Kov. 30.—A treaty
of Commerce and Navigation haa been
aigned by representative! of France
and Mexico at this capital. The treaty
ia essentially the same' as that negotiated tome time ago with Germany.
Ex Mfeister J. W. Foster .has been
ih this oity for the past 10 days in conference with tbe president and minister
o* public works oii behalf of the Mexican Central Railway Co. It is known
known he has succeeded in effecting
satiifact6ry«i*|-|Bnte,its with tlio government Whereby Stork on branches
from' the main line to Tampico and
Guadalajara will be begun at an early
date and pushed forward rapidly to
completion. It ia expected the capital
necetsary for the work will be furnished by or through Boston and Knglish
holders of fint mortgage bonds.
London, Nov. SO.—The Slaiuta!
taye: It ia seriously proposed at Sofia
to nominate an American as d candidate for the Bulgarian throne.
Gai,vi8TON, Nov. 30.—A -News' San
I Antonio spwis) says: Gen. Jno. R.
Baylor to-day . brought in some, fine
specimens of gold-bearing quarts from
Nuecei canyon,; Uvalde county. He
clauris that prospectors have discovered valuable deposits of gold quarts in
that vicinity,
Lincoln, Neb. Nov. SO..—The fallowing circular haa been addresied by
President Fitzgerald to the State dele-
aktos to the Irkh national league of
America: "In 'view of tbe! present
crisis in Ireland, sod tlie faot that tb.
Tore government of Great Britain has
-MM more evinced its incapacity to
aoMni Ireland by othor means than
coeiriion, our brethe,u in Ireland are
again called upun to show by courage,
suffering, aiid self-sacrifice that they
are heirs to their father's heroism,
ilhe time has come drhea we ihould
thowbyow, aetiom that our hearts
beat in aniton tith theirs in cdiAnon
love for Ireland and liberty. A few
weeki lincewe promised that should
Kngland again have recourse to coercion
we Would, itand by them. tV.juuit
riow redotnt tkat pUdge. : r "
meetings art emclawed, loidiei
being crowdM Into (he caunl ,
overcome, and, ahould  opportunity
offer, to slaughter the people, the prie-
11s await thtrnation's leaders, and
on cells
every engine of oppression and unconstitutional legislation it about tobe
used to heap up tho tyranny aiid injustice and to crush tha legitimate
liratioa, ioMteW*   Wemuitle.
.-UuVr**'-'-  • ■-■	
it thai our prbntlte bf usaiitance was
no idle boast, State delegates are
calWd upon to proceed at once to tlie
work of organitation of the league in
their respective states and province:
JUey should use every means to increaso the membership, extending
branches''ahd establishing new ones,
_M~ should urge officers ol branches
within their jurisdiction to devise
ins to promptly raito fundi and for-
thom to the national treasurer,
in aid of the anti-eviction fund.' We
noti stud idle iu the faoe of the
it crisis. Experience hai proved
the futility of, coercion to crush a de-
tfcmined and united people iith the
loyal aid qf her exilod children, Ire-
* Und must obmo out nf this struggle iin-
ho Land W. Left and  UuLancI   coiib-ierod and victorioui.  Yours faith
.'    Hi-.'.        \"     ■■    .      .L_       I..    'S..11.. t.M ft^Mi.n     ItaaaA  "  ■
*,.*
Jomi FiraoBaAii), Prest" ■
-■'.'Fill
pisani«nt.
fh sir Rithet, trom Victoria, pec 1-
Mlss Rankin, Mrs Kmleson Mrs neMar,
Dr. Hall. 3 W Btjtr, -H Sn*".* SulVRad,
Hmlth, Rlely, fnume, Arundell, McBride,
O'lklcn
Henderson,
Ntvilson, A _
Hliltks, i Trask,
rllan-r, trom up-river, Dee I.
,C Allitt, J A Campbell, J (I
Henderson, H Ross, J Clifton, 1 Cox, h
-    -  ._..... p Collins, Jno
Clark, C
rnn, ill
n, A Itmberlhy,
_m_
Bwutlful phoMgraphlo pnnnraraio
viewt ln BritUk OolumbU, 11.00 por
MtatT. R, Pitrt^n *Co,'a. ',
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press Telearams.
St. Louis, Deo, 1.—The ordinance
imposing a licenso of 12,000 per milium on book-makers and pool sellers
recommended to the municipal house
of delegates for passage last night by
the ways and means committee is laid
dV_$r!foR'a.',week. ,
Phiudxlphii, Dec. 1.—An important feature ha*i .entered into the cou-
trovers)- between green glass manufacturers and blowers over the abolition
of the apprentice system.: On Monday
night meetings bl local  assemblies of
Stats blowers were held in Clayton,
lillvillo, Salem, Woodbliy, Wi-liami-
town, and Glakaboro, when1 it was declared that they, would oot strike as
ordered by the executive board of distriot assembly of K. of L., but would
surrender their ahartcr rather thamlo
so.' These blowers are working with
apprentices; and under a reduction in
wages of & per cent, according to agreement entered into witli manufacturers
some weeks ago. ' The charters of the
six assemblioa wore sent to General-
secretary Charles H. Litohman at the
general headquarters in tliis city yesterday.
London, Dec. 1.—The hearing of
the Lord Campbell divorce suit was resumed to day, when Roea Baer formerly ltulysmaid to plaintiff was examined, for the defence. After along
examination of a nature very damaging
to Lady. Campbell, this 'witness was
closely cross-examined-' and. several
times contradicted herself and confessed that she had sworn falsely.
Cincinnatti, Deo. 1.—The bishops of
the Methodist Episcopal church to-day
began their annual meeting for the
purpose of fixing the order of kpisoopul
visitation to tho annual conference
next year,.and for the transaction of
other business.    '•*"
Washington, Dec. 1.—The President haa been confined to his room 2
or 8 daya by a slight annoying attack
of rheumatism, and for this reason has
been obliged to deny himself to all
callers except cabinet Olfioeri. He it
feeling eon-ewhat better to-day. He
has suffered from rheumatism before,
but this is the first attack he has liad
since entering the white house.
Dublin, Deo. 1.—Timothy D. Sullivan has been re-elected Lord Mayor of
Dublin; O'Keefe, solicitor, has been
elected mavor of Limerick. Both Sullivan and O'Keefe ha»e pledged themselves to refuse any honors which may
be offered by the Queen during tho
jubilee year. John Dillon heads the
list of candidates for the office of high
sheriff of Dublin. Alderman Richard
Power haa biea ne-elected mayor of
rVaterford. The Karl of Ern hns been
elected grand master of tlie Orange
lodge. »'>:ilir.'i llio'.! ■ ''"j;-    '-''. -j
Wabhinoion, Dec. 1.—Lieut. Jcseph
Powell, of the signal service, haa been
detailed to proceed tq Omaha to organ-
ise the miteorol^tal sekice ofthe
Union Pacifio 'reilwdy which ic toco-
operate with the U.S. signal service
bureau. About 30 stations havo been
established along the line of the rnilway. It ii stated that the Northern
Pacific and Canadian Pacific railway!
alio contemplate establishing a meteor
ological signal service bureau. With
these aids'it is1 believed that a cold
wave or any decided change In the
temperature can readily be traced in
its eastern course.
&,?'   ■- b  rr_T "> V'■:w
IIctobal. -Uraehtti
Kprescribed by tteuedlct
In msny tbMtsnds of :
ut forty yens, It has lie
■valuable household rr
preparation that only no
In rery small quantities,
of it administered In the
cold or cough will effa
and may, very possibly,
Is no doubt whatever tht
Alihr'n    Miami
Has preserved the llvet 0
of persons, by arresting tl
Laryngitis, Broncfltl
and l'ulmoMory Coaati
Iho cure of tlioso dangeri
should bo kept rttSj I
fumily wliere there are c
medicine fir superior to
treatment of Croup, tl
WhooplngCough.and
and Influenza, ailment
dental to childhood audi
tude In dealing with all
cbss Is ot the utmost li
lout of a single dsy maj
entail fatal consequence,
precious time In expi
medicines o< doubtful ef
malady it constantly gi
hold, but tako at onco tl
moat certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry
PREPARED
Or. J. I...Ayer & Co,
Sold by all Drill
■ L-J-li!
White Bronze Mow
Bronze is a comparative!
and has come into large
special purposes in this
been found to bo so well
tuary and monuments,
have been- for some tli
Bridgeport, Conn., Dot
Moines, Iowa, and St. 1
who are making monnn.
and styles, Fromexpe
these companies, it haa
the mater .al will stand
Indefinite period—it is
structible. White Bro
corrosive and nnchangea
to be equal to gold, sii
and superior to copper oi
which throws off a vci-di
ments are cast from red-
given their sparkling a]
sand blast, land being b
work under a high pr
which ct*tB the surface,
here to it, A thin filn
forms on tliis bronze it
the elements; tt cannot
water, and air cannot
though the .film is to I
measurable. Nocorrosii
can take place.—Boston
.tnerce. Chas. J. Robsi
minster, is agent, for tl
Monuments in British i.
cheaper and more da
other ; , ,.i , r
I'lifiii 'li
OT.   PAUL'S   CHURI
-5 ery Sunday at 11 A
tbe CliiuYrti, St. John stt
avenue. Seats free, all
-'Ski.  Sundav School at
««»to)
Vlt'
METHODIST CHU
Rev. C. Watson, P«
m. and,7o. m. Sui
Bible Clnss2:80p.m. I
Thursdnys at 8 p. m; Sei
cordially Invited.
QAPTI8T CHVRCH
J5 nle pastor; meets In
Services at 11 A.M. anil
School and Bible Class l
er Meeting Thursday ev<
Btrangers cordially Invlt
SITUAflOl^
BY A MAN WHO IS C
keep books, look af I
mercantile bu8ln«M, ool
Uk* charge of a butche
would uuuertakc) almoi
employn-Sjtt^jlyal
Mrs, W. J. Lang,   Bethany,   Ont.,
writes: I wh ine ef thi greatest suffisr-
entire deafness.   1 tried everything that
ecs_kl be done through medical skill, but
If   without relief.   Asa last retort, I tried
ira   Dr.. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, and in ten
tli: minutes found relief.   I continued using
It, and In a short time my ear wis cured
and hearing completely restored.   Ihavi
uatdthUJ-jr* --' ' *----  *"*
lu easel of
lore throat, .     .
bruises, ftc, in fact it hour family medicine.
.-. '&■ Button family, crippled in M-
lources by thi great fire of 1872,moved
into a small houte in thi suburbs, and
the childred were denied msny luxuries to which they had been aocuatonied,
A month or two after the fire a bsby
was .born to the household, and Was
daly presented to little Ellen,a 0-year-
daughter nf the house. " How do
you like him, Ellen I" ahd, was asked.
"Oh, he's very nice, but—" ''But
what?" "Oh, he's so nwful little.
Bnt then I suppose he's as big as we
can afford now.'—Anton Ream..
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Dnc's Periodical Pills. These Fills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from thoso only which are known to set
upon tlie Generative Ortians in Females.
They are fint enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, ami by thtt means made to retain tlieir full strength for yean in any
climate. Ask us, for private circular.
A. M. HmwiNo * D. 8. Curtis A Co.,
New Westmlniter; T. McNeeloy, Lad-
nor'iLanilingi H. MoDowell * Co., Vancouver; Piinbniy * Co., Nanaimo; T.
Fiokard, Denman Island; A. B. Johnson
*Co., Chemainus; B. B. Blohardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney, * Bro.,
Vancouver aad Kamloopsi Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; • J.-13. Levell, Xale;,
W.It.M«av., Friett Valley; fi'Clark
ft Co., Kamloops: Lanolct * Co.,
wholesale agents, Vfatorla;    dwseWyl
vrnANLODo
*   A.  J-..r.TI
munlcatlohs o
. . . held on the Urn
month. Sojourning brer
ly Invited toattend
:&
■■*■•■■*"'■
VfOtt   SALE-A  LARr
Jjlj Applyto
dnotml
u yroTi
T HEREBY GIVE N<
I Intend to apply ut tli
tho Licensing Court foi
License to sell ferment
log liquors by retail or
present known as the'-J
to be hereafter called tht
•PiO.1
Now Westminster, »tt
-i_jZ*S£
FOR Ss
jf he 8tr._^<
THIS WELL KNOWN
er. well found and 1:
order, Is offered for sale t
For particular!! apply to
W. I
V, 11,-ThU would be
farmers to form a Join
and buy a steamer for tli
\ i >j      —  f;   dvnolln
British Oolumbia
Mining compan
. AMEMMBHT
nas
OTICE IS HKKEBY
entofOIfl
ithi
..   Assessment
jas heen levied
above Compaiu
pany-M Ofllce, U__..„ -.
Tlie stock on whioh
ment remains anpfrid ti
Decombarne-rtttMl tn
date he^medrfellBqii
duoistd;' ./ 'i,
THK  IWfAll1
INK &
'Will remove atf-:
Stains, Iron Rua
Mould, and leave,
fabric perfectly ui
TRY IT.   PR
ft.C.ITAT.OKIIY*
New Westmlniter, Vani
j      dwnoim ;bs-otatefy f»ure.
Tills powder niever varies. A marvel of
>i*-t_rit.y „ Btreii-scth and wholesomeness. More
.co*oomlca.l *ttiuu ttie ordinary- kinds.aud
sannot *>e Md In aAMperitlon -with the
JaoitUude 6floW test, short weight alum
MC-Dhosphate powders.    Sold only in- cans.
-toYALBAEING   -POW-DK-R  CO., 106 Wall St.,
S-e-w YortfT-  *       • ' 8f«ly
Port Hammond Nursery 1
VTOW iS THE Tl^ET' TO SENB JN
■fc^i- yoilr orders. If- yoxt -want some of
Tiose nice -fruit or ornamental trees,'
.hrubs, etc., .fiom 'Ontario. As I return
a.bout, the middle of June to settle up my
-ifTalrs there nnd comeftut this fall -with
_.It«? stock* for -my ivu-rsery here, and v^lll
select and bring your orders right along
■with    me   for  this   fu.ll   and   next spring's
F»lt_Li^t in*__r, I will satisfy all both as to qua*
±t\- of trees and fruit, and I-will he settled
bere in the business so you will-know
where to And me. A.11 communication!
after the middle of June may be addressed
to -me At Bowmanville, Ont., or to Carleton
3c Harris, Port Hammond. ■
O. W. HEKRY,
my22tc Port  Haiumondp.O.
ephone Call No. 6.
P. 0. Box 71
WM   McCOLL,
General Morchandise!
Dry Goods, lien's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
Fish § Game Store!
WM.J. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A- GOOD
BUpply of
Fresh  and Bait Water Fish.
O-A J1V1-B1 XWT 8EA80H.
m
,_OSALER  IN   SKINS  AND PELTRIES.
'; Purchases will be delivered In any part
of the City free of charge.        d-j1y81yl
D. S. C1TIS |i
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGQlSTSl
New Westminster, B.C.1
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Oi,i> Bboau 8t. and 18 Pali Mall,
LONDON.
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK, Columbia  St.
U\v-n*j_Uc
HACK FOR HIRE.
fpHE    UNDEBjSIGNED box established
-"=■-      hlmnelf in the City ol New Wostmlnster with  tt FIRJ9T-C.J_.ARS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
■*♦>**__»lol* In oprn for Engii|-«.'Uii.Hlii at
very moderate ChitrseM.
Orders   1-eft at tlie Colonlnl Hotel or sent
by   telephone, will   tie promptly attended
o OTa-y- or    r* ijtlit.     H table  next St. KllloU'H
JOS. CATE9.
Telephone No. 39. mylte
The British Oolumbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
iy. i^irnlsiites all Kinds or Help
Free ur Charge. *
XljJSTITTTTED 1808.
FOK INSURING HOUSES*OTHER
Buildings, Qoods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in' Fort, Harbor or Hock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships buili*-
tag and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivors and canals, aad
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries, ■        i      '
FROM LOBS OK DAMAGE BY HRK.
Subscribed and Invented Capital,
£lt606_,00ti i&T'G.-'
.  Rat*:-* of Premium anil every information cau bo obtained oh application ii)
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
.; * /*     -   '   Agent for New WeitnitnBtor,
VW&TICE IS rtlGRBfiY GlV£N„tiiat $
U_T dayn after* date we Intend' maklfifc
applleaflon to tbe i Chief Comnllarioner
ot Lands and Worka for. a lease for timbering- purpoBCR.of the followlngdescrlbcd
landB:  *  i ■  .. i      - li \V     :■■.
Tract No. 1.—Commencing at a post 40
ohalns east from A. J. Cotterl's southeast
coruerstato (Elk Buy, Johnston Stradta),
thenco south, 40 chains; west, 60 chalnri;
north, 40 chains; west, 40 chains: north,
90 chains; west, OOchalns; north, 40 chains:
eust, 40 ohalns; north, 20 ohalns; west, 00
chalus: north, 80 ohalns; east, 90 chains;
north, 20 ohalns; east, 20 chains; north, 20
chains: cast, 60 chains, thence soOth -to
shore line of Elk Bay: ihenee in a souths
westerly direction to. V. F, Sayward's
claim; thenco' following around said
claim to Sayward's sontheast stake on
Elk Bay; thence [following shore line to
Cotterl's northwest corner post; .thenee
along- Cotterl's south and east boundaty
to place of commencement; said tract
containing 1800 acres, more or less,.
Tract No. 2.—Commencing at McNa-
hcrnlo, Northenstcorner Nodftllas Channel, Thurlow Inland;, thenoe North 90
chnins. East 20 chains, North OOchalns,
West 40 chains, North 40 chains. West
40 ohalns. South 140 chain*, to HiKa-
hernle, North boundary line; thence
East along snid North boundary to place
6f commencement; said tract containing
800 acres, moreor loss,     ' ,
Tract No. 3.-Comincneiug at.a post set
on Hhore line of Thm-low Island, Crawfo.d
auchornge,   Curdero   channel;    thence
South 40 ohalns, East 20 ohalns. South 80
ehulns, East 40 chnins, North 80 chains,
East 40 chains, North 40 chains: thenco
westerly lo point of commencement, Said
tnict containing 720 acres, more or less..    ,
itOYAL CITY PLANING MILL9 CO.
VetW.,T.AQ\     '
NewWestminster, B.Gii   -,;' *     .■■'  '-
15th November, 1886.       dnolBml
What Phi-sicimu Sav Moot the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
'■Treatment by Absorption has for some
time been recognized by Medical M n to
be the mos).. simple and effectual riil-anti
of conveying 16 DlsefcsetlOiRnns,»cnr*-
tlves," bnt in eases of Kidney Disease awl-
Complaints attendant thereon, 8i.cces_.fnl
trealmentwiis practicably Impossible until the Introduction of theStai-rKiduey
Pad- It costs less than a single prescription nnd Is Immeasurably more deemve
and effective'than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosina, Worn immediately over
tbe seat of Disease. Its curative properties
become absorbed by thb diseased and en
feebled Organs,continuously and diwctly,
as required to insure in return their healthy action and original vigour. It lit comfortable tothe patient and nleaauutln Its
effects, and cures when' nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive reflmsrTrw-wvitwkWe
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases wns never made.—Medical Gatett*
tkt Men Kidney Pad, manufactured
In Toronto, Is n permanent sure enre for
diseases, disorders and aliments of- the
Kidneys, Bladder aud -urinary sem-etlva
system, or attendant complaint*.;causing
pain in the small of the back, Bides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders,such as too
frequent, scanty, diflicult, painful ot copious mleturltlon. Inability of retention nnd
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.,denoting the presence in tlieiyatem
of _ilHeaiescohimoii'totheW'lU»fys«_my
t!vQqrg#tf|h<fttt mt—I"' -■*—-" —
theWadflcr-ithdp-i*iigei
diabetes, uropsy, .piles,  	
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY &
CO., Wholesale Agents, Viotoria.  Retail
tf.^*ft^wtosa*>.,i-w—
LEY, Lntllierrrr Landing; H. Mel _	
A Ool, HASTINGS SAW MIM. CO., T1JE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., VssMMWI
W. E. McCAKTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
andTcaihloopk! j. B.T.0VEM. Valet Wi
R. MEHAW, 1'rlesl Valloy, H. OLARK *
CO., Kamloops. .   dws''-J*y_
tt
-STEAMER" '■"' '
,.:. ■•-..■] w.wi ■{■■   -jtiirifu    - •:
(QLA|)¥S"
UNTIL, PCUTHEB   NOTICE WILL
leave on MONDAYS lor Chilliwhack
and way places, returaingon Tuesdays.
Leaves bn THURSDAYS tor'Hope and
way places; returning on Saturdays.
dwnolltc , , CAPT. INSLEY, Master.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMEfc MSHKE, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD 8T0NEB, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, Ft*R-
NITURE MARBLE, 4c.
j Porsons living at n distance, by sending
, description of what they wish, can, bave
designs, prioes, etc., furnished oa application. All work auarunte-d equal to any
on the Faolflo Coast, and at' seasonable
rates, N,B,—No agents employed.
OordM Slreet, Victoria, B. 0.
Opp. St, Andrew's Presbyterian ohnrclb
....        ,   '. i, mhUtc ,
'Mr*!*:
.. A#G.-OI-H_r,
PLYMOUTH —bests,
LANOSHAHOB,
 iuui;
White p.kli. Dweki.
■• . Pit tlsates, tlmdeas.
ioyil itetwe, laat ef DoigiwM.
mhsto
!/, A ! 3 M U J 0 0   YJiAC   iM
■ -A j i
COLUMBIA STBEET,
—1MM1TEU AND BIAUU IH—
Stationery,
New Westminster, conl Harlwr
nml Seattle Roule.
-PRACTICAL
Watchmaker Ss Jeweller!
OUR BUSINSI88 ABENOT,
'      *
T%0  YOU  T-VJkJXT TO BUY OR HI-JAa A
m-l^-* Buatneas, take a partner; etc.
PICKEB1KB& GO, •    ,
OFFICE: Koft. «troet, between i>oujclaa
and Bmticlitoo, VICTTORIA, B. C. ft O
box ot*-t. mh4J7
Wood and Goal.
XHE  SUBSCRIBER BA*^ OK  HAMI> A
largo quantity or
BEST WELL1YGT0N ,    P (J0AL
^^^^ i ■
Antl   an asttortment -o
ORD WOOD,
— Ich   he   wlir mik\ itf K^irpBt rk'At,. ''tii
XI sxlt.o promptly -str«nd to all kinds of
.Orderi* left at Mr. McColl's store on Co-
ltrr.Bt.l-. .street, or nt sny liou*M-, 1*ouk1_mi
■ttreet, -will   meet   witli   prompt, attention.
JTENTtY KI-T.IOTT.
Notw Westiulnster  11. G. JlylOto
Haa juat received for the Holidays a fine
,-v>"   aaaortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
BOLD&SILraMCHBS
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Wutclies
from $25 to $55,
Laaics Size American Stem*
wlndrat* BoM Watches, at
t32;8(j;';' ;■;.;,
RK_.EUB_.I_—Wedouotsell"nll«V'
Watchca and Jewalry «s solid gold.
Our goods are guamntecd just as re.
IiratMnUd, and prices lower than any
other houac in B. C.
COIjONTAI, BI/OCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
         grriga  ^_
ITE
        I.   ... at«     -eiiti
H.I_\€I!
500,000 NOW IN USE
-Jtsuritm  l**i«M-»ng   the  Highest Test?**--o-
' j ?      »tlitis frot* tkti, ,-who twa thani.
The   Cheapest   and  Best  Ma-
enfmett* mmmmmtet. ri
'*■ -Cfifi   -and    examine   them    before volns
" * erarmierc, nt   ._,.   ..y,rti-m * f-R,*W!-0JTAT3
Chas. J. Robson's
FRUIT STORE,
Oposl teColonfdnl ITotel. dno21n
ASSOCIATION.
UssmlM -Japllal —*.	
FullGov^mtD-sposit
HEAD OmCE, TotlOSW.C'ANADA
js. Eowfmmkm,,
Thi*. Association merits* the
confidence the PubfiC Is fipoS-
ing In iti from tlie following,
FACTS:— :
The Beeurl.y offered tv n«iiiij;Mders is
uusurpuaed 6y any comiinnydmn^tinsl-
neaa Id OMWIa. ■'- /'.'..
ItbMBOMtienaauf Insnranw, but the
woll-e.tabllsherrilnos. hence the Irollcj-
holders ennnot I* misled as to their con-
-Ite statements to the nubl Ic ean Ire readily •nderstood, Its cash statement show-
tne every Item of Inepmrand bow espon-
Ite position IsnSMrt.ihiBd annually fiom
■ deUslled valuation In which every Hem
 nded.,        ,,.,. ..... , .
i boen unexampled  In
VoutdebfiHy''
TESTIMONIAL!
•'      fuiico-iirei', 9.3rd JHM,ill$B. ■
Mil. a. ROBERTOON,
r Vancouver:
Htrl«scnllngOolrlle*McCnll0ch,
Gnlt/otit.
■Bim.—Wethi tindenlKiie'd'havIng wit*
nerwod the terrible Are which wiped oat of
existence tbe young city of Vancouvor,
ties oflrwd iutd bacon, and'we arsptaased
to testify to tIj.. remarkable manner 'n
uu  llio i.n,,  nmi., iiiivv, unci inn un,, v»-
ainlncd the safes sold uy you, some of
wlileli were put to the most severe test,
 been surrounded by large sjUBBtf-
nrsplaiwcd
whicli^^ ovdry'Sal*i 'old Wtw pSBrwd
its eontsnu, not only books und papen,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
monoywbTe taken out In perfect condition. We em, tberefore, with the imm*
est connaciice, recommend them ns thoroughly Are proofi
I,. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian POcWo
Rail,vay Company: Mt A. MscLcan,
M-poriJobB-T. ninke, atlpcndlan Magistrate: Blcb'd. Alemijiler, Justree of
the Penie; John Bonlltwe, Police MSgls-
Irate, Oily of Vancouver: Thornton DUnn,
Justice of tl e Peace; lHanc Johns, Col.;
Edward E. ltond, Ilea) Estate Broker;
H. Balfour. Alderman; John Rankin,
C. P. R,i J. V. M«Farl*dd, Port Moody,'
lo Vancouver, and KnglJahi BUyjiP.jC.
Innes 4 Co.. fieal.Estnte linkers; A. w.
Ross, RearBstat. Bruif r* OAvilj*'*•
Hplnks, Real EsUte Bioaers: R.CiH»r-
guson,itgf.*<,'->E,**-U*. ll ,.'J*ffi!«",
(J # TARTE, Mast*..)   '
Wrtli'Eilffv's 'SEXTTtfc SS\ttKf
, Tliurulsy Mornlsg at I e'eltek, for
New WoMmlnster and Coal Harbor, via
H"t*Towiiseud and the Islands'; attivel^t
jfe* wostra'nsler on Friday forenoon,
lenves for Coal Harbor about two bonis
afterword-; lr»V«s' COAL HARBOR lit-
Wl,y SliktWfsiaUle:' • '        •   ;l"   •  •
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Its progress una boen uhc—
the history of Insurance in Canada.
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$15,000 STOCK
From thc principal Houses of Germany,
France, Great Britain, tlia United
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500 LINES KWT ON HMD.
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