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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 18  POITUIDID—
Ever) Wednesday & Saturday,
D. ROBSON A CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EKTMHOE TO EDI-
TDDML AND BUSINESS DEPARTMENT THMUDH T. R,
Peajson & Co's. Book 4 Stationejt Store.
TEHMS.-Ily Mill, S3 a yenr r tl 50 fnr 0 mo,, i
llforOnto..; payable In Advance. Delivered
byOarrleror Agent, SI per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hidden * Co Viotoria.
T. R. Pearson H Co •■••■••• Yau.
1. P. FHHER Adiertlilag Agent, 21 Mercbant'i
'juonauge, San Francisco, teautlrorlaed to recelvo
I AdrertbeMent. for thia paper.
.wbortr
NKW
PAPER
ipirpir AilTiirtiitiiig Bureau (10 Sjiruco St.),
o adrirttnlDg contracts maj bo maile for it in
Wxt §ritWi . (Eohtmfiran.
Bnlardar Horning,  Dec.   13, 1884.
current Events and Opinions-
Society iB cheating itself of the
full advantage which ahould come
to it from the intellectual and moral
progress of its units, insomuch as it
refuses to admit bo natural and
healthful political action such of
those units as, haying every other
political qualification, are exoludetl
from the franchise list because they
are women.—Westminster Review,
Those who follow the proceedings
of the West African conference now
meeting' in Bismarck's dining hall,
must have noticed that Britain declined to admit that her right of
surveillance over the Niger river
and its tributaries wns at all open
to discussion. That was a strong
position to take, but the facts justify
Mr. Gladstone in instructing Britain's representative to talk in that
strain. The Niger river is divided
into three sections—the upper, middle and lower—the latter being, of
course, the outlet into tlie ocean.
Britain's claim to surveillance over
the lower section which is the most
important and practically implies,
if acted upon, surveillance over the
whole river, rests upon many
grounds. Ever since the opening
of these regions to trade, British
gunboats have maintained order
throughout their extent, and the
British consul has been recognized
as arbiter of all disputes between
natives as well ns between natives
and Europeans. Great Britain lius
suppressed the great slave trade by
water which formerly flourished and
sought an outlet through the many
mouths of the Niger's delta. Beyond all this, lies the claim based
upon discovery, a practically sole
commercial occupation and the existence of feudatory treaties with
the natives. The mass pf the natives interested are already feudatory subjects of the British Empire,
entitled to British protection by
voluntarily executed treaties. Britain is willing to concede the right
of trade throughout this territory,
but she will not concede the right
of surreitlanco. As for tlie Congo,
it will probably be found in the
world's interest to recognize the
possibility of Britain exercising a
surveillance there also. — Ottawa
Free Press.
VOLUME 26
mi
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1884.
NUMBER 47
power. The British premier
doubt is totally uninformed of many
things in Sir John Macdonald'
method of government which awaken
opposition here; but the inevitable
ignorance which excuses the individual condemns tho system of blind
intervention by a distant authority
in the politics of Oanada, and niakas
us desire to see the day when Cani-
dian statesmen will look for the
meed of those services only in the
community which they, serfe.—Bystander in tha Toronto Week.
$et\~_.
A lively discussion has been going on among the party journals aa
to the value and significance of the
-Grand Orosa of the Bath, which
has been bestowed upon Sir John
Macdonald, The "Bystander" does
not pretend to be an authority on
such subjects, but he has always
supposed the Grand Cross of tlie
Bath to be the highest honor not of
an hereditary character that can be
conferred upon a commoner. The
Garter, once borne by simple soldiers, such as Hugh Loriug, who
had fought well at Sluya or Orecy,
is now reserved for grandees of the
firat order, and its blue ribbon ia
displayed upon the breast of a
Marquis of Steyne. An old peer
once said that the reason why he
valued the Garter was that it was
the only thing in these days which
. was not given to merit. Conservatives who expected that Sir John
Macdonald would be made a peer,
and that hereditary aristocracy
would bo introduced into Canada in
his person, must have forgotten
that the British government is
Liberal, not reactionary, and that it
has the result of the Lorn---Louise
experiment before its eyes. Moreover, as Canada has no entailed
estates thero would be reason to
fear that at some future day a Lord
Macdonald of Ottawa might be
found keeping a tavern or cleaning
boots. Of life peerages the number
is limited, and they are strictly appropriated to Law Lords, Conservatives therefore may give vent to
t)ieir exultation without misgiving
as to the quality of the decoration
bestowed upon their chief. The
event will add zest and brilliancy
to the ovation which they are preparing for him on his return. But
'their applause will make it manifest that this act of the home government, though it may bo intended
as a general compliment to Canada,
involves a virtual interference iu a
party conflict. Draw what metaphysical distinctions you will between the man and the party leader,
it is impossible not to feel that a
meed of honor conferred upon tlie
politician is a mark of approbation
bestowed upon his policy, and is intended, as it is certuinly calculated,
to strengthen hiB bauds. Peoragos
and decorations are nover given in
England to politicians unless their
principles are those of tho party in
Langley Section.
Poverty stricken lu all sorts of senses;
BegstfrM In Intellect, WNok'tl hiexpeiiHO.s,
Pestered by prejudice, spleen, ana confusion,
Plung'd in a vortex of mental delusion:
Grumbling and growling In overy direc*
tion;
Discord runs rampant In "Lnngley Section."
■Twits a subject of strifes from Its very formation,
Lawlng, and fighting, and fierce litigation!
Meeting In public and meeting In private,
Always uncertain wlmt point to arrive tit,
Meet 1 iir each distance from outline to
centre,
Choosing a site with a clam'rous adventure;
Next camo the also and tlie mode of erection. '      cr;
Next lu the matter of choosing a teacher,
Some would have Dominie coupled with
Proaohor,   .       '
Some; for n dear one but moro for a cheap
one,
While some thought lt far too expensive
to keep one:
Threatening Trustees with a condign Immolation;
Haunted to death by the ghost of taxation:
•Twas ii fruitless endeavor to mako a
selection j   • ■ !
Befitting all notions in Langley Section.
'Tis rare to attend nll their publio meetings,
And thore note how blatantly cordial
their greeting*!
How fawutugly courteous, nnd lovingly
civil,
In tone of fraternal affection they revel:
What grasping and squeezing of hnnifst
most untiring
For each other's welfare, like brothers enquiring:
Vou would deem tliat the pure soul of
zealous affection,
Inspired every bosom In Lnngley Section.
Ilut truce marks the change, when the
chairman is chosen.
How tongues all turn  forked nud wag
bytheUozentu
How everyone's fang in his neighbor's
heart tingles,
'Till the house quakes with caption from
the floor to tho shingles:
'Twould   be vain to recount all their
whimsical topics— '     .
Suffice It no scene'twlxt the pole nnd the
Tropics,
Could ever produce such a motley collection.'
As oft is discussed up in Langley Section.
Tug at the purse-strlnguof chronic economy,
Tnlk about llbrariety, globes, or astronomy;
Mention suoh subjects nnd try how they'd
relish thom;
Pencil and pen would both fail to embellish them.
They sell theirwheat orthelroaUovpota-
For such childish toys ns hschool apparatus!
They would think you wore seized with
lunatic infection,
A dangerous member In Langtty Section.
Oft' the chief theme of their virulent
squabble,
Aud one about which they Incessantly
gabble, -iJ-iUH
At home or abroad with unsparing avidity.
Knowing tho strength of native stupidity,
Showing the seed of condign animosity.
Poisoning iho ear of humane generosity:
Is maligning the teacher in every direction,
Prono to oxpol hor from Langley Section.
Foiling hor temper with brazen audacity;
Sneering nnd chiding her lack of capacity;
Miillslily calloUB her morals degrading;
All her expressions and actions upbraid*
Ing:
If she has virtues they've mth to fling
over them.
If sho has talent* they cannot discover
them! . •   -       ;
Were Bhe the acme of human perfection.
She'll find persecutors In Langley Section.
Everything placed to retard and to puzzle
her;
Somo would cajole ber and othen would
muzzle heri
D
R. E. J. OFFEIUIAUS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
oc29te Kamloops, B. C.
lOHN GARROW, M. 0.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offlce'OTer D. S, Curtis & Co's Drug Store,
Columbia street, no22tc
DR. S. CLARKE,
Momiier College Physicians
and Surgeons, Ontario.   Registered under
Medlcnl Ordinance of British Coiumbin.
Offlce in D. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug Store,
New Westminster, B. C. nolJOtc
T.
OFF
II. MATHERS, M. D.
Residence—St. John street, opposite the
j -   Public School, New Westminster.
mhlMfl
C,
N. TREW, H. U, M. O. P. * 8., U.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Surgeon B. C. Penitentiary, Surgeon New
Westminster .Tall, Coroner for the Distriot,    Office--Corner of Clnrkson nnd
MnKunzle Streets,   Residence, Mary St.
ne*15*to
H.
M.COOPER, II. A.,M. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE nnd RESlDENCE-Clnirch  St.
(noxt door to Farmers' Homo), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUH8-8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 8 and
i' 0,30'to.lt p. m. 'Calls in town and country promptly attended to. fe2tc
DENTISTRY.
DR. C. E. C. BROWN, late of the
Province of (Juelieo, has opened nn oflico
ut Hn. Holmes', Mary Stroet. Offlce hours,
0 n.m. to 5 p. m.  All work guaranteed.
UGOLD,
Commission Merchant
it,
AND DEALER IN
l|HHVHHH»MH|MttMlttMW)
Will open about the 15th inst., In
Lundbom's Block, Columbia St.
With a complete  assortment  in nbove
lines.
"THE   MM'HAMW
noBtc
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, 8. C
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jiysyi)
J\Il. CHBADI.E,
) DENTIST,
eioalated wit). Dr. Welrrh. can bo found
nt.'hirrofflee, over- U. B. Cnril. A Co.rs clruej
rrlorrr, Columbia stroot, Now Wertmlnutor.
Offlco hours—From 9 tt.m. to 12 m., nnd
from 1 to 5 p.m. Jc21-tc.
c
jOItBOVLD A McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, &C.
Office-- MoKonzIo street, New West initiator, B. C.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
100 columns and IOO ongravlnw In
each Issue. 4:trtl Yenr. fjtI.IJO tt Year.
Send two 3c U. P. stamps for sample
copy [English or German] of the Oldest
and TJest Agricultural Journal in tho
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W. Judd, Pres.
■751 Broadway, New York. Joh-to
M1
IIRRAY A PRY.
' HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kiilsomlnlnit and Paper-Hang-
tug. Shop—Clarkson street, opposite lhe
New Westminster Jnll, New Westminster,
British Columbia. np2-tc
pOYAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE; CHILLIWHACK.
Flrst'Class necommodntlon for Travelers,
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
my21*'8My Proprietress.
-MTRS, M. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry Goods and Cirttrerlrs, Millinery and
Fancy Ooods.
First-Class Dressmaker in attendance.
my21-'8Hy	
TJUGHES * ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers, Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated. Offlee, Columbia
street, opposite tho Post Office, Now Westminster, B.C.
J, C. Hughes, T. C. Atkinson.
Notary Public.
jell-to
C. D, RAND,
Notary Pujilic.
E. E, RAND.
Real Estate Brokers, Conveyancer* and
Insurance Agents.
Port Moody and New Westminster Property a specialty.
OPPICE-Columbla Street, opposite Post
Office, New Westminster, B. 0.     JlyStc
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKER
 AND	
Produce Dealer.
Columbia St.,     New Westiniuster.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORFS
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under tho new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia st., New Westminster.
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
And Confectionery always on hand.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER ft MANUFACTURER OF
AND ALL KINDS OV
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments,
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W„ will receive prompt attention, jy28tc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8ale8 Room, Fire-phoof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBU.
iT Liberal advances made on Consign*
ments.
To facilitate the sole of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock In trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of tlie Britisli Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
COME AND SEE
M hm fat Cods itpk Soys'!
THE PROPRIETOR, JAMES TURN-
BULL, having again taken possession
or the TEMPMtANdK HOUSE fronting on
Columblu nnd Church Streets, opposito
Episcopal Church, City of New Westminster, B. C, nnd now known us the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will accommodate all his old friends and
tho pr*-"- "     	
a unil.
Board
cents;     _ 	
dation for Ladles aud Families.
tho public generally who favor hira with
n cnll, nt old prices.   Board per day, 11,00;
auffltc
Fresh Cranberries
PUT UP IN
Barrels of 25 Imp. Gallons,
-AND-
1-2 Barrels of 12 Imp. Gallons.
KYLE* TILTON,
FRONT STREET,
eStc St- Weitmhuter.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
-DEALER IN—
Fir Cordwood,
Alder Cordwood,
and Coal,
Which will he delivered anywhere In the
City at the lowest possible rates, and In
quantities to suit customers.
TEAMING and DRATING
ATTBNDED TO PROMPTLY.
Delivered o any part of tho City.
3S£LLT Z33a.CS.,    Columbia Street.
joai-to ^^
IffB-W
Somo prone to backbite and others to
' bully har;     , ,
wen she aa pure as a ohemb they'd afarc-
lysully her:
If there fs one who wonld sweeten her
chalice,
Thoy mark hor the target for cannon-
mouthed malice;
Treat herns tainted with rabid infection:
A furious bugbear In Langley Section.
Somo have a notion that truly is comical,
Extremely ludicrous, bnt still economical,
'Tis tliiitaohltd who Is kept oulut labor,
Should loarn quite its much as his school-
•    going neighbor- *.   i™
If to the school roll his namo be appended.
That ought to serve tho' ho neV should
attend it;
Should he prove doltish the whole Imperfection,
Is charged on the toucher In Lnngloy See-
Oft the trustees, too, with erawllna docility! >       •:.  .
Make themselves tools with ii bogus gen-
Pompously futile or dozoud by dotage.
They imrter their power for a mouthful of
pottage:
ftway'd by self-interest or mentnl oi
They pander liko Pilate to molib:
uity
ipaolty;
>lsh vo-
God help the children in Langley Soot I on,
HtmngeI a community living as neigh*
bors,
Helping each other lu out-of-door labors,
Practicing friendship with eurnest grimaces;       • ■"'' ■   ft v
And rigidly tucked up in piety laoes;
Flocking In compm-t to hear thesame
preachers.
Cannot agree about schools and their
teachers:
Ono would suppose, upon gravest reflection,
They ne'er should have eithor In Langley
Secllon.
Barn vAitn Savage.
nil ill ni
T.
J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street Now Westminster
Parties doslrons at disposing of their
farms, etc., will do well to place the same
In tho hands of tho above.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhlMo
HOWSE &RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
,I*o, Bto.
WISE'S BUILDING,
Opposite 0. P. N. Oo's Wharf,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
BC20to
The Church He Attended.
His' wifo being too sick to goto
church ho, aaid. he would go and take
littlo 3-yciu-nld Daisy, io tho Utter
wouldn't bother hor mother. On their
return the mother feebly asked the
child:,. .   ,..-.. i        .    ,;
"And  you wera at church, dear.
Did you liko to hear the singing and
thu minister-preach?"
"Dey wusn't no sin'in dere."
"No. pinging? Why how could that
be?"
"Mo dotiii't kno#."
"Did the minister preach ?"
"No,  He dis tole papa it was a nice
mornin1 and den he dive him a dlass
wif mimepiu' in it what papa drinkod."
—Buffalo Express.
lu no sunsQ is woman what man is,
She is what man is not; and it is be*
causo shu is what man in not that her
dcvuloptuoiit is so muoh needed bythe
world.
Every Man to his Own Business
-A..   FEED
PAACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTEL),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Plijs'clani' Prescription, anil Finn-
)ll'   Ily Reclfei I Specialty.
<  N.  t. — Only Genuine Drug, uaed.
Over twenty vetsn' experience.    mr2*t
JNoxt Ewon'H Cannery,
Columbia Streot,  New Weitminiter.
8PEIRS&1EAT0N,
MACHINISTS AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Tho latent appliances In machinery and
toolK, nnd u good job guaranteed.
Horse shooing, Repairing and Jobbing
of every description, All orders promptly
attended to. ooltc
A. GUTMANN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise
COLUMBIA STHKET,
Opp. Colonial Hotel, New We»ttuli»ler.
Guns, Ammunition,
Clgnrs, Tobacco, Candy,
jmjekksojha-tjjm: jpijfjes.
highest cash pi1ice paid for all
kinds of fuh8.
OOISto
Win. Moll
Has Gone West
Two Doors!
BV Orders mny be sent by Telephone,
or left nt tho
GROCERY
CORNER OF COLUMBIA & BUCKIE STS.
Where will be found a complete Bloek of
Dry Ooods, Groceries
and Provisions, &c.,
Whioh nre oflbred nt LOWEST RATER
ARCHIE BURNS.
(oolite)
HOST FASHIONABLE Iii THE Gin,
Opposite the Bank, ColumbU street,
New Westminster, B. 0.'     [my2b*-tc.
- DEALERS IN -
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,   B.   0.
A LARGS)   STOCK   ALWAYS  ON
hnnd.   Goods not In  stock will he
ordered promptly.
Newapnperi  and   Magasliies supplied from all parts ol the world.
Jaautt-l    A. G. JOHNSTON, Manager.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in thB City.
THE (MARY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THIS CHABGK OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
haa purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found firat-«]»BB, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
1 Private Reading Room,
modious,   comfortably   furnished,
and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
-XTXX23   BA.K
It*, supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquors, Cigars, ke.
Ior§iTttorto:fitit.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
ON AQNES BTREET.'WITH OB WITJI-
out Bonrd,        Apply ut tlrl. Office,
rO» BALM.
YOKE OP HEAVY WORK OXEN FOB
Ba*- ■     '     *	
FOR SALE;
A GOOD DAIBlf VAtikj' SITUATE^
beside tbe H. B. Co.'s farm, Labf ley;
containing 160 acres. Ten or twelve acres.
cleared. Good barn and dwelling bouse.
For particulars apply to
N. I.EItMON,
no20ml Langley.
FOR   SALE.
SECOND-HAND   ENGINE   (C> Under,
8x12.
Shell Boiler.
02-lnch Spnldlng Tooth Saw.
4-liorso "Wagon.
Mfeet%-iiich Steel Wire Rope.
4 Ox Yokes.
The above will be sold cheap.   Apply at
the Brunette Sawmill.
noSte DeBECK BROS. A CO.
FOR_^!l.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landine, on .the Trunk Wagon
Koad; two other roads runningthrough
tfrg premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22te Ladner's Landing,B.C.
JNO.
AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
3tfo**rxc:E.
VTOTICE IS jHBREBY jGIVEN, ^HAf
l\ we Intend' .making application to
the Chief Commissioner .of Lands nnm
Works for penmlsHlon to lease fqr tUober.-
Ing purpose*- the following described land
Kituatfld in'Now Westminster-Dlrtrlflfe
Commencing at.poBtoo the right bank
ofaorect winning through Deep Valley
into ■Ramsay Arm about \% Infles irom
mouth; thence north -to elinlun, thence
east 2 in lies, thence south 40 chains, thence
' went 2m!les; containing(140acres, n i
J MOODYVILLE »AW MILL CO.
(Limited}
no2'ni2 B. Bi'iUNOKB, Manager,
nn
HASTINGS, B. I.
-ROYAL CITY-
Assessment Aot.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIAT
the Court of Revision and Anneal
for tho Electoral Districts of New Westminster and New Wentmlnslrr City will
Mil at tbe Court House, New Westminster,
on Tuesday th>> 83rd day of Dccombnr,
UUtiit Muvlonknoon.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
I Judge of the Court of Ite vision A Apprul
New Westminster, B.C.,
December 0, ISM. dcOld
3IHAT 18 TO HAY, HE HAS REMOVED
his well selected slock of oenoral
Brchundlsoiiilo
Lundbnin's Block, Colnmbln Nt.
He wishes lo call attention to liis splendid stock of
MEN'S  CLOTHING
-AND-
Furnishing Goods
JUST AURIVRD.
M-Hl* assortment of -JiHiM Ik I IS AND
rMVISIONI cannot hu heat In this city
for quality or prices.
Give him a cnll nnd Judge for yourselves.
nolSIc
atfOTICSE.
fi
OTICE IH 11KRRRY GIVEN, THAT
,   application will he made to tho Lo-
islntlvo Assembly of tho   Province of
an not to amend thn "Now Westminster
I'll v Lunds Art, IBfll," so as to remove any
doubt resppctliiK tho effect thereof as a
granlof the lands therein mentioned to
tho City of New Wcstmhislcr freo from Incumbrances, and to eon Arm a cortaln Bylaw of Iho said City duly mnde on the
Eleventh day of August, 1881. cntltuled
"Tho Land Hule l)> law, UU"
Dated November 30th, mil.
CORROULD A McCOLL,
noifliwfl Holloltors for Applicants.
WOODS a TURNER,
C0-Q.ve3ra-n.cer0,
Beat Estate Agents,   lad  Sarveyars.
DraMktsnea, aad lasaraarr AgrntN.
Our property lists are now very complete, and we wonld call attention to the
following selections, which wo are enabled to offer it very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster Git;.
Lot SO, block XXXII—good residence
aite.
Subdivision of lot 10, block XXXV—
66x132 feet.
Southwest J of lot 17, block XXXVI.
NewlWestminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 and 8, block V—-graded, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residence of \V. B.
Townsend, Esq.
Lots 68 and 70, block V.
Subdivisions of lots I and L\ block G.
Subdivisions of lots 10 and 23, block 7.
New Westminster District.
lion.1 farms in nil parts.
165 acres on False Creek road.
4*ill acres at Matsw^ui—gnndiluiry fnnii;
highly improved: to be sold with itook
id implements if desired.
'JOO aores nt Nut11.11—u splendid chnucc
fordniry fanners.
245 acres near Ladner's lauding,
320 acres on Lulu Island.
Port Mooily.
A large nnd complete Hat, embracing
all parts of tho Townsite.
Land Surveying
In all Its branches; mans compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying oarofutly and promptly attended
to.   30 years' experience.
Having beon over almost the whole of
Ntw Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we are In a position to
give intending purchasers a correct description of the proporty offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
The Phcnix, of Brooklyn, and tbe
Liverpool k London k Globe Insurance
Companies.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
Gladding, MoBean A Co'i terra cotta
chimneys and vitrified atone sewer
piping. 	
OFFICE- Eltard's Block, Columbia
Stroet, New Westminster.
apl2tc        WOODS k TUKNEK.
GIRL WANTED.
ONE   WHO UNDERSTANDS GENE*
rul housework.  Apply to
MRS. D. ROBSON,
Aim Royal Avenue,
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
M IESIH1IE&, B, d
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALERS
IN AIX KINDS OK
ROUGH ANO DRESSED
LHMUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and ia furni.ihed with fivcry convenience for the contort of gnestc. The
situation and accommodations are imsui-
passed on Burrard Inlot, which lias Income tho most fashionaMe
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. Tho prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are'invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent, Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bur
is entirely detatched from tho main
building.
tT The Hotel is undor tho immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
' First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
C.P11IM
C0A1 HARBOR
FOR SALE BY '
HUGHES & ATKINSON,
OMuttllr Post Office, New Wrntinlunler,
RrlllHh t'oltunbla.
itcSto
TERMINUS
Livery and Stage Stables I
COLUMBIA STREET,
Feot (it Pon&'IOii,    SEW WEgTMNSTEB.
w».fi. townsehd7 PROPRIETOR.
Tj Mi IT A It Lliif «r gtagr% t_ Vmrt Hvatly.
Special extra Hlgs whon require it.
Raddle Horses and Buggies for lilrc,
General Teaming promptly attended lo.
boo cords of Tire wood far sau
Orders left at the London Market will
be promptly filled.       . >    oette
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames.
Mouldings.
Brackets,
Raillnjrs.
Balusters.
Newels,
Plain k l'am-y Is nil Kinds or
TURNED     WOEK.
FURNITURE I
THB UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
Bure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply aU kinds of Furniture, kc, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dono
promptly and in firtt-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel,
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auStc
O. R. & N. CO.
i
rpHE STEAMER *
"irD-AJSCO"
Will mn between
New Westminster! Tacoma
railing nl Port Towiiscnr^SonttH',
nnd Internicdfnte Ports,
aft follow,:
lUVlTtDOIMEVm WEDHEIDAV «I P.M. AMIVINC
n Hew Wedtnuuted Friday Moihih.
Leave New WEimnuR eveiy 8«tudda* at
S A.M., ADIIVIU  AT TAOHA ftlDDAV «!»■ I
MDH. .j
REDUCTION OF FARES.
New Wedtdindted to Pdit Towns™. $4.00
Seattle, ■ • s.00
Taidha, •   •   ■ 6.001
«c31c               0. E. CI.ANCEY, Arjonl.   ]
 .clJIo
B JUflB!
MISSES HARRIS & MOORE
BEO TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY
will carry on the business of
DRESS-MAKING
In the Promises lately occupied by Mra.
Taylor and Miss Harris.
In thanking the Ladles of New West*
minster for past favors to the late firm,
they would also ask ashare of their future
. ocltc
Ji-. SZSBSXj.
FBONT ST., OPP. C. P. N. WH»»F,
117ILL HE GLAD TO RECEIVE OR-
for Cnkes In overy variety, In-
rlilillns
I Kf-wEg" vsttuiti,
Or nny other form of
11MJDAV     C0NFKCTI0NERY!
Plain or Ornamental.
He Is prepared to supply, all (he Cakes
and Cun reel Inuery far Parlies, Balls,
Ar*, on the shortest notler.
ORNAMENTAL   CONFECTIONERY A
SPECIALTY.
rtS9ml
E8TABLUBED IS59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Xearl)' Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all deacriptlon, of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on liand, and supplied to Families, Ucatauroute, and Steamboats at tlio
LOWKRT POSBIBtB PRICES.
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers I
MIM I:
BREECH-LOADING SHOT
From $10.00 to J150.00.
BREEGH-LOADING RIFLES
From $5.00 to $75.00,
REVOLVERS
From $!I.JS0 to $35.00,
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
AU sites, from dust to 28 ball.
£aiEle-Duck & CnrtlH k Harvye
niamond drain Powtftfr.
Having imported direct tnm tht Factory the largest stock of Ouns, RiMand
Revolvers evor lickl in this Province, I
oan and will sell cheaper than an jrother
house iu 11. C, and wlmt WEBB saya
you can rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA ST., HEW Wi8TMtH8T«,
An llttmritKC .fork or H^eHtttg C4.4,,
ttxtut <nllir» nud IJi.lHKr.mm' ....
drip,, and fRliejr ti—n%s. nnlDtc NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Globe Homo.... J Win. Rao
Notice Paul Murray
To Eent or Loaso... .Jas. Cunningham
Proclamation T. Elvvyn
Notico Hughes & Atkinson
Drill Shed G. Pittendrigh
Gaol Supplies H. B. Roycroft
A By-taw. Win. McKoo
General Merchandise. .J. Cunningham
Speoial Dr. Welsh
Special. Mr. Edmonds
Uu fvifoh gotombfon.
Hntnrduy   Morn Hit.   Per, lit, IBM.
It is said tliat the ancestor of
Grover Cleveland came to America
from Ipswiuk, Suffolk Co., England,
in 1635. His name was Moses
Cleveland, and there are now 30,000
of his descendants in America, scattered aU the way from New York
to San Francisco.
A Good Suggestion.
An Englishman who claims to
have travelled over 60,000 miles on
the Atlantic ocean, writes to the
London Times concerning tiie unsatisfactory way in which meals are
. served on ocean steamers. He states
that many people with weak stomachs cross tlie Atlantic without ever
partaking of a hearty meal. Two
instances are even mentioned where
scarcely a mouthful of food was
taken during tho whole trip. The
correspondent complains that meals
are served up in a shape tliat
would not be tolerated in any
first-class hotel. He suggests that
meals should be served on the restaurant plan, and passengers would
be required to pay for only what
they got. It is certainly most unfair that a person who eats nothing
on the voyage should pay the same
as a person who eats his full allowance. Probably more than half the
people who cross the Atlantic suil'er
from sea-sickness and tako very little food, and theso are required by
the present system to bear part of
the expense of feeding those whose
appetites do not fail. The cost of
a ticket across the ocean should be
for passage only, and there should
be a separate charge for meals.
Theu passengers would be assessed
upon a just basis.
One-Sided Figures,
It is to the credit of the Colonist
that it displays considerable enterprise in procuring facts and usually
discusses public questions with some
kind of fairness. It is not always
fair, however, and sometimes makes
statements respecting this city and
the mainland wliich will not stand
before impartial enquiry. A notable
instance of tliis kind came under
our observation on Wedneday. The
Colonist of Saturday contains an
article comparing the amounts collected at tlie Victoria custom
house, and the amounts collected at this city and Nanaimo,
during the last two months. Tlie
comparison is, of course, much in
favor of Victoria as an importing
port; otherwise it would not have
been published. Taking the customs
returns for October and November,
the Colonist finds that the receipts
wero $168,611 at Victoria, §12,819
at this city, and 610,871 at Nanai-
raa The month of October showed
receipts at Victoria 8106,780, which
every person knows is an unusually
large amount, and when the Colonist
takes October and November as "a
fair average for the year" it is guilty
of taking a very unfair advantage
of that fact. Tlie customs collections at Victoria since May have
been as follows: June, §69,486;
, July, §78,135; August, $63,862;
September, $67,202 : October, 106,-
780; November, $61,831. In the
face of tliese figures how can the
Colonist assert that October aud
November are "a fair average for
the year'"] Taking them as nn average it shows, or pretends to show,
that 9869,000 would represent the
collections at Victoria during tlie
year, whereas New Westminster
and Nanaimo together would show
about $144,000. After referring to
the exports at the several ports,
the Colonist concludes from these
"facts" tljat the commcrco of New
Westminster and Nanaimo "is not
to 1» mentioned in the same breath
or on the sume day with that of
Victoria." When "facts" are so
easily distorted, conclusions are
reached without trouble. The customs returns for the fiscal year end-
31st June last show that $707,363
were collected at Victoria and $94,-
728 at this city. Wo h->ve not the
figures for Nanaimo, but it is not
probable they are less than $75,000
or $80,000. It will be seen therefore, that Victoria's collections for
tho fiscal year just closed were in
exeats of those of New Westminster
and Nanaimo by about $533,000,
instead of $725,000 as claimed by
the Colonist. Tlie difference of
nearly $200,000 may be credited to
onrotrtemporary's large capacity for
figures. But the Victoria, paper
potato ont that the collections at
that port for October and November
show a large gain over the same
months last year, whilo at this city
there was a considerable decrease.
Very true. It happens that there
was a large increase, and the Victoria papers wrote big-headed items
about it for nearly a week. But
this increase has by no means been
constant during the year. In the
month of August, for example, there
was a decrease of $14,282 in the
Viotoria collections this year as
compared with 1883 j and it is a
somewhat curious and suggestive
fact that when these deficiencies occur tho Colonist nover mentions
them! The whole returns for the
fiscal year just ended show a decrease as compared with tho previous year of S7,138 at this city and
§16,567 at Victoria. This is a condition of things very different from
that whicli one would expect to find
after perusing tho Colonist's article.
But if it were true that tho duties
collected at the several ports were
as represented, tho conclusion reached by our cotemporary would not
necessarily follow. Tt is well known
that last year large quantities of
supplies were brought in by Mr. Onderdonk for the railway, and a considerable portion of them were entered and paid duty at this port.
Since the Victoria ceased making
trips direct from San Francisco to
this port, our imports of American
goods have greatly fallen off, and
our merchants have been either buying Canadian goods or getting their
American goods through Victoria
firms, The completion of the Northern Pacific Railway to Tacoma, and
tho establishment of a steamboat
line from that place to this city
direct, has made a very great difference in the course of trade. The
quantity of Canadian goods now received by firms in this city and else-
whore on the mainland has doubled
during the year. These goods, of
course, are free of duty, and do not
enter into the calculation. We have
no doubt but the trade in Canadian
goods to Victoria lias also increased,
but we are sure the increase has not
been as great proportionately as it
lias been at tins port. The chief
causes which have produced a decrease in the customs receipts at
this port have been the small quantities of stuff imported by Mr. Onderdonk and the very large increase
in importations of Canadian free
gooda Thero has certainly been no
decrease in the amount of business
done at tliis uity, but tho reverse.
The number of business houses trading here has materially increased
during the year; and although we
hear some complaints of dull times,
there is no reason to look with apprehension at tho state of business.
It will surprise us a great deal to
learn that trade has been duller in
New Westminster than in Victoria.
A lady writes: "I was enabled to remove the corns, root ami branch, by tlio
ubo of. Holloway'a Corn Cure." Others
who havo tried it have the same expuri-
euce.
To Rent or Lease I
THAT FINE TWO-STORY HOUSE on
the corner of Douglas and Pelham
Streets; with Iho lot containing \% iu*n-s.
Rent low.   Apply t<i
deWtc JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
Drill Shed.
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR THE USE
of the Drill .SiH-tl to he made to Captain I'ittknDim!ii, Commanding B. C.
G. A., from this (Into.
G. PITTENDRIGH,
Cnpt'n Gom'd'g B. C. G. A.
New Westminster, 12tli Dee., 1881.     (11312
iTOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
un application will ho made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Provinco of
isriiish Coiumbin, nt. lis next session, for
n charter to construct a Uno of. railway
from some point nt-tu* t)u'4iHh parallel of
north latitude, beiwcru Hciiilaliinoo Buy
and the custom houndtiryof Township
it), In tho District of Now Westminster, to
the City of New Went minuter.
HUGHES A ATKINSON,
Agents for Applicants,
New WoBlmlimler, Dec. 12,1884.      dolilwO
IN ISSUING THIS CIRCULAR, I wish
to return thru-Its to my mimborous
friends anil customers for thoir patronage, nnd hopo to hnve a continuance of
Uio same. Business during tlio Inst few
months hns beon Una than oxpected. I
hnve still n
Large Stock of Goods
on luind, woll  assorted, whieh will bo
sold until further notico nt
Tho Slock comprises
Dress Materials, Flannels, Cottons,
Linens,  Homespuns,   Tweeds,
Cloths, Blankets, Quilts, *fcc.
BRITISH and CANADIAN   HOSIERY.
Men's, Youth's nnd Boys'
Clothing, Flannel Underwear,
Ac.,  Ac,  Ac.
JACKETS, DOLMANS nnd   ULSTERS,
And a grent variety of other Goods.
«r Inspection Invited.  Goods nll flrst-
class and quite now.
tlKOCEBIKft said al vory low figures.
WM.     -Km-.-MX.
de18ta
WOTIOE.
\rOTI0E IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
]_\ tho Municipal Council of Maple
Ridge will make application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for to
establish a public highway 40 feet wide,
commencing nt West   - '    ' "	
lino betwoen the N. '
linns 20 aud 30, tow	
eastward n distance of 2 miles. Also, n
roml ;i:| feet wide, commencing on !•.{ Section lino ulroiult/ mt'iilloned mid to conti nno northward a distance of % milo,
between N.W. l.'uml N. E. % of Section
30.
PAUL MURRAY,
del.'lml Clerk Municipal Council.
iu Highway w reel wiue,
West end of k Section
) N. U and S.%ot Sec-
townsliip 12, to continue
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
" Orrvillo,Ohio, Sept. 10,1882.
GOLDS* " -'*&ril>8 been subject to a bronchial afTectlon, with frequent
colds, for a number of years, I horoby certify tlint Avnu'a Cheriiy Pectobai- gives
me prompt relief, and is tbo most effeotivo
remody I bave ever tried.
James A. Hamilton,
Editor of The Crescent."
" Mt. Gllond, Ohio, Juuo 20,1882.
" I lmvo used AYBlt'fl CiiEUBY
TectoIial this spring for a severe cough and lunfi trouble with good
effect, and I am pleased to recommend it
to any ouo similarly affected.
Hakvey BAOailMAS,
Proprietor Globe lletoL"
PREI'AllKD *Y
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,Lowell,Mau.
Sold by all Druggists.
A BY-LAW
For the Exemption from Taxation
or certain Lands In Township 4,
Now Westminster District.
WHEREAS BENJAMIN WILLIAM
l'cnrso. Wlllluin Curtis Ward, Robert Taylor Williams, and others, have
formed themselves into an association for
tlie purpose of reclaiming and draining
Uu- following Innds, vl/,.: Ni j$ of fl, B. H
s. 10, N. E. M s. 10, W. % s. 10,8.9, s. 8, s. 7,
N. y_ nf S. Vf. I-I s. 14,15. W. %s. II, s. lo,
s. 17, E. \i s. 18, S. W. W 8.18, S, part of N.
W. >•*-». IrS.s, part of BtEfW tt.-19, Brat 20,
S. purl of N. % s. 20. H. %b. 21.N.E.M*.
•21, k part N. W. -A t 21,8.22, W. y_8. 25, H.
»,', s. \V. '., .■*. LU iiml part of the h. K, '*, s.
LT, Township i, New Westminster District.
And Whereas it Is expedient Mint encouragement should be given to the aforesaid
parties, in consideration of t he large sums
expended nnd to bo expended by I hem on
nit'iiforesnUl lund:!, and more particularly
upon tho public roads in Uio nbovc mentioned Township,
Bo it therefore enacted by the Reeve and
Counoil of tho Delia Municipality:
That tlio aforesaid parties or their engineer are hereby empowered to enter
upon any roads gazetted, orwhieh may he
gazetted, in Townships 3, 4, nnd tl, New
Westminster District, and construct and
maintain ditches, dykes, roads, culverts,
brldqes, sluices, or other works, for a term
of live years from tho first day of January, A. D. 1886;
That tho ahove mentioned lands shnll,
until transferred by tho aforesaid parties,
be exempted from municipal laxntlon for
a term of five years from tlie tirst duy of
January, A. D. 1885.
This by-law may he cited for all pur-
Soses as "The Exemption from Taxation
y*Law, 1831."
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
Is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw
upon which the vote of the Municipality
ttlil be taken n! Trennnt School House,
onl'iuhAY the iiiilli Inst., between 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
WM. McKEE,
Clerk Municipal Council.
Ludneru Landing, Dec. 0.188J.     dlStl
[L.S.]   CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
Province op British Columbia,
VICTORIA, by tho Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, Quekx, Defender of the Faith,
Jtc.&c&c.,
To Our faithful thQ Members elected lo
serve In tlio Legislative Assembly of
Our Province uf Uritish Columbia, aud
summoned uud culled ton meeting of
the Legislature or Parliament of our
said Province, nt Our City of Victoria,
on Wednesday, tho Twenty-fourth
day of December Instant, to have been
commenced and held, and ever; of
yOU—GltKRTlNG.
k PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. tl, DAVlffi WHEllKAS THE
Attorney-General, j V? meeting of the
1 ."Iiis];ilure or Parliament of tlie Province
nf British Columbia stands called for
Wednesday, 24th day of December instant,
nt which time, at OurCttyof Victorin,you
wero held and constrained to appear,
NOW KNOW YE that, for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the enso nnd convenience of
Our loving subjects, Wo have thought lit,
by and with the advice of Our Executive
Council of the Provinco of British Columbia, to relieve you and each of you, of
your attendance at the time aforesaid;
lierebv convoking, and by those present*
onjolnlna you, and enoh of yon, that on
MONDAY, the TWELFTH dny nf tho
month of JANUARY noxt, you meet Us
in Our said Legislature or Parliament of
Our said Province, nt Our City of Victorin,
FOB THE DIKlSVrCH OF BUSINESS,
to treat, do, net. ami conclude upiiiillinsc
tilings which in Our Legislature of the
Province of British Columbia, by the
Common Council of Our said Province
mny, by the favor of God, he ordained.
Iu Testimony Whereof, Wo have caused
these Onr Letters to bo made Patent,
and Ihe Grent .seul of British Columblu
to be hereunto alllxed: Witness, the
Honourable Clemkst F. Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of British Colnmbia, iu OurClly
of Vlclorln, in Oar said Province, this
Hlxth day of December, In Ilie yenrof Our
Lord one thousand eight hundred nml
eighty-four, nnd In the forty-eighth
yoar of Our Reign.
Bv command. T. ELWYN,
demid]     Deputy Provincial Soorotary.
GAOL    SUPPLIES.
mENDERB ARE REQUESTED TO BE
| sent to the undersigned at Vletorla,
or lo Vf, Moresby, Gaoler, New Westminster, iit (ir before 12«*cloel( of the '.Mth Dr-
oombor, 1884, for the supplxof the undermentioned nilttdes LOllie New Westminster Gaol for tho year 1686.
Samples of the Groceries and Clothing
r-*iiuired may ho seen at the New Wesl-
minsler Quel, or nt Victoria Qaol.
Beef, fresh,not over 16 pr. ot, bono.„por lb.
Fresh Fish, Salmon A Sturgeon     "
Salt Fish,        " " "
Mixed Vegetables     "
IValne:-       "
Best wheat eu Bread     "
Hi-fi!, hmwn Bread....     "
Tea. U. R      "
Coffee, Colonial,ground      "
Rice      "
Halt     "
Hugur •• •      '
SOapi 1 "unitray blenching     "
('oiu Oil, brand to bo named per gal
Brooms, corn perdoz
(mt Meal perlb.
WashingSodo    "
Black Popper, ground     "
Candles •     "
Black Lead,stove polish perdoz
Scrubbing Brushes    "'
Lime perlb.
Glue      ",
Whitewash Brushes pernor.
Nnt Oil ........ porgal
Blacking Brushes A Blacking perdoz
Lnmp Chimneys • •     ."  ,
Milk .....pergal
CLOTHING.
Trousers, moleskin..........» ........perdoz
TroiiNeri!, biown overalIs,8oz. duck    ■
shirts, " " "
Cloth Cans, lined........ ...„	
Canton Flannel, Ellerton > lbrown„pcr yd
Blue sorgo Ovorshlrts pordoz
Blue flcrgo per yd
Mocks, woolen perdoz
Hickory Shirls      " .,
Hickory Cloth per yd
tllnnkeiN, while, lij-j-poluU perdoz
Grain Uppor Leather,Colonial perlb.
Hole Leather, Colonial      "   ,
Cordwood, live,delivered pererd
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,     p
Tonders lo bo addressed as Above and
endorsed "Tender for Gaol Huppllcs."
Byord%.n.noYcnoFT,      ,
dolSId Hupt, of Police A. Gaols,
m
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-fi    >
2 ,«•?
_f_     Z uj o
a I'll
o  PhSJ
— * '
ss pi
o   g «
2   S 3
3STB*W
M&lttrMs!
JAMES WISE
/"\FFERS FOR SALE A LARGE AND
W well selected stock of General Merchandise:
Men's Clothing,
Soots and Shoes,
Gum Boots,
finin Coats,
Oil-skin Clothing, &t,
A SPLENDID AfrSOKTMENT OP
Velveteens,    Caslinurrcs,    l'lnldi,
Flannels, Sliecllnga, Snlrtlugs,
and Table Damasks.
DADIER' * MISSES' WINTEI'
Cloaks,  Jackets,   and  Millinery.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
ladles' is Children's ilnderelolbing.
LACES,   EMBROIDERIES,  OARI'E'I'S,
HOOP SKIRTS, RUSTLES, .to.
Groceries, Provisions, nay, Grain,
Feed, Ac, le.
Mr Prleorr to nuit tlio tlmog.
JAMES WISE,
deflm'J     Front Stroot, Now WcfitmhiHtor.
Mechanics' Store
ONE PRICE TO ALL1
LUNDBOM'S  BLOCK,
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
GROCERIES
Bold by Wholesale.
RETAIL   DEPARTMENT:
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Boots and Shoes I
Hold at exceedingly low prices.
Also, on hand, a large stock of
From I to fi yards
OILCLOTH  wo
L, GOLD.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
. J. French's Old Stand
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply the
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND	
General Fan Produce, Ac,
Where there will always fas found a good
supply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERED. FREE OF
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders boing left at the ollice.
We respectfully solicit tho patronage
of the Public,
tT Romember the stund—TWO DOOM
below Trapp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Managers at Market,
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyStc Manager Fishing.
KT3E-W
L
HOTEL,
Columbia Street,
mHIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL
NOW OPEN
And ready for the reception of
The building and furniture aru entirely
new throughout, und it is tho
BEST FUMISHED HOTEL
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Tho Building is Fiio-Proof throughout,
is most complete iu all its appointments,   nnd  strictly lirst-class.
ST Rooms may be secured by Tele-
graph.
emus. Wilcox,
Manager.
J. E. INSLEY,
PrOI'RIETOR.
(no22loj
STILL CONTINUE
FOR NOVEMBER!
THE 'PEOl'LK OK NKW   WKHTM1K-
sler and surrounding country nro Invited to see the
«S*MEAT REDUCTION
In the prices of floods nl.
The ROYAL CITY
Boot & Shoe Store
The poople nre no doubt nwnroof the Superior quality ot Boots and Shoes
and oilier Goods kept by
MRS. E. GOLD,
Which nro unquestionably tlio bost In this
City, and cannot bo surpassed anywhere In tbe Province,
NOW IS THE TIME
To make purchases, when Goods are sold
to suit tin' times, because
Mono Saved is Mono Karneil.
Tho following coudii, Imported from tbo
mnuufaemries, are ofltored at a trrcat reduction, as thn utock Is larger than ihe
state of the market JubHAbsi
41) plefjos Canndlau TmhkmIn.
276 HUlta of Men's, Boys' anil YonlliB
Clothes,
100dOKon White Hhlrt.s.
60 dozen assorted Hlilrls,
85 dor-en line American lint)* of the latest stylos and flno"t quality.
lOcnscflof New Good's Just received by
steamer Idnbo.
The following Is tbo reduction of prices:
20 per eent. off Boots und Bhocs.
25     "     "     Tweeds.
35     "     "     Clothing and Hats.
85     "     '!     Dry Goods.
40     "     "     Fancy Goods,
j  TUI*tir-nl Reduction begins on
Tuesday, October 14th
AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
f UBTHEH NOTICIl
Not for 20 days,
Not for 40 days,
Not to get rid of Old
Btock,
I Have None
Not to make room for
my new importations
of fall Goods, they too
are to go, and of which
71 cases have arrived.
M.tounlry orders will be punctually
attended to.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
COt.UMDIA BTREET,
Opp, Ewonrg ormnoty,     HewWestminihi.
pclllc.
Not forced by circumstances to close out
business, but it will be
done all the same.
DONT
FORGET IT
On and after the 15th
inst, my entire stock
of DBY GOODS,
OLOTHING,
OBOOKBBY,
GLASS WABE,
SILVEB and
PLATED WABE,
GOLD WATCHES,
CHAINS, Etc.,
will be sold at cost tor
cash OF COURSE.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—1MFOKTKIU AND IrBAtElUi IM—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to   no
House in British Co-
•umbia.
Before the 15th I will
publish a list of the
prinoipal LINES of
OOODS, Etc., and prices whioh will astonish somebody,
C.G.MAJOR
 SOLS AOKNTS FOR	
The Henry F. Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Ont,
And agents (or all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
Oo tbe promiioi, a, neatly and cheaply
aa at any other eaUliltahment in the
Province.
 AGENTS  FOB	
Confederation Ule Assurance Co.
Nortii British and Commercial Firo
Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fir* Incur
ance Co.
 Agent, for' Pirat-t'law—
IE ui BUBrWBOtf SAFES
SMITING   RKCKIPTS,
DKKDS  HORTUIGKS,
BILLS Of BALK,
CUSTOM ROUSE BLANKS,
LRASKB, PROS. N0TKB,
0RDKR8, RKCKIPTS,
And all kind, of Blank Book, and Blank
Forma on hand.
 All the Leading—
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
KeguUrly received, Subscriptioni taken
for any Publication at loweat rata,
TT Wc Import direct from manufacturer!, and cannot be undersold in this
province,
T, R. PEARSON A 00..
COLUMBU   STKKKT,
How  Woitminster, B. C,
(lotto)
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE tlie mien
of esjtiOHN freight on puckHgCfl anil
parcelH, mifely nnd properly put up eut)
not containing nny extra valuable or
(langei-oiiH compounds will be:
Between Victoria and New West*
minster.
PackngcB under 10 \ba 25 ots, each
Packages ovor D und under £5—50 cts. eaoh
Packugcs over 24 und under 50..75 eta. eaoh
Packages over 60 nt I cent per lb
From New Westminster to Yale.
Less than 8 lbs .,25 ots, eaoh
From 8 lbs. to 10 lbn 50cts. each
From 10 lbs. lo 2filbn ■ ..75cts. each
From 25 IbH. lo 50 lbs il 00 eaoh
From 50 lbs. lo 76 lbs \%\ 60 each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or over.,2 cts. per lb
To feyeHee'r* Bridge and Poind between
Yale and tipence'e Bridge.
Loss than 2 lbu 26 cts. each
From 2 lbs. to 5 lbs 60 cts. eaoh
From 5 lbs. to 10 lbs si 00 eaoh
From 10 lbs, to 25 lbs 10 els, per lb
From 25 lbs. to 75 lbs gets, perlb
Over76 lbs 0 cts. perlb
To Nicola, Savona,  Kamloops,   Oaohe
Creek and Clinton ,20 ots. per lb.
To Barkorvillo aud aU  points betwoen
Bnrlcervllloand Clinton ...Bouts, perlb
On C. o. D. aud valuable package* one
percent, on value In addition to ordinary
rates. J
MONEY  RATES
Between Victoria and New iVf»l minuter,
40 CTH. PER $|H,
Reinlttmicos insured against nil risk at
"Lloyd's."
IBANK   11.  BAKNAMD,
Manager Ii. C. Express Co
O. G. MAJOR, Columbia HI.,
nu2U) Agent New Westminster.
MAINLAND
CIGAR
FACTORY
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
WM. TIETJEN
H
AS OPENED A CIGAR FACTORY
In the
Holbrook Stone Building,
NEW WESTMIMBTKB,
And hnving hnd many yoars experience,
is now prepnred to supply the trade with
a superior article at prices as tow as can
be obtained elsewhere.     Look outfor the
"MAINLAND"
111KAND OF CIGARS.
OW*It beats them all, sialic
C1MAEHT1
WATCHMAKER
TE"WELLEE
AMERICAN WATCHES
Price, from 514, Up.
For durability ami timekeeping unequalled.   Every watch guaranteed for live years.
I HAVE ALSO ON UAND,
Waltham, English ani Swiss Attn
IN HOLD AND SILVER.
CLOCKS, FROM $1.50 TO S20
Gold, Silver and Roiled Pinto
JEWELRY
A large usHm-tmcnt of
GOLD RINGS,
NECK CHAINS,
SNAKE BRACELETS,
LADIES' GOLD WATCHES. Stem
and Key Winders.
A Alio selection ot tiro Intel Nlylen In
Electro - Plated Ware!
Knives, Porks, Hpnoni, Kle*
•TNONE BUT THE BEST QUALITY.
Prices as low ns nuy house In my line
and about % per cent, lowvrthati thesame
goods enn bo bought for In uny grocery or
hardware store In Die Province.
Wati-lir«, tint hi antl Jewelry repaired
■nd HnfUfiiflluii gnurnntml.
Old gold bought.
ttemeniniT I lie 1*1 nnd In lhe
New Colonial Hotel Block
OOMMMA STREET,
New Westminster, British Columbia.
ocSto
ax.
SALOON.
HAVINII I'UHCIIASKD THIS WELL-
known Saloon, on Colnmlilu Htreel.
wo In'K to niiriounirri timt, wo Nlinll be glnd
torreonllonrolrl frlrmclrr.
rioSIte MoKAY A OIIRIHE. ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient AdvortiseiiienUi.—FJrst inset*
Uon, 8 cts. per line; subsequent insertion!,
3qt«. perllne.
Regular Commercial and Business Advertisements.-l column, |I2 por month!
Heel., |T per month; Vicol., $t pormonth*
flinches, f2 per month; I Inch. 11.60 per
mouth. These rates to be ohurged on
■landing advertisement* which romaUi
over 3 months. If for n loss period the
rates will bo: 1 col., NS per month: V, col.,
10: V.e.ol,\Vi\ 2 inches, |3; 1 inch, $3.'
Specials, among reading matfer.-FlrsI
Insertion, 10 cts. perllne; subsequent in*
iei'tlons,5cts. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, SI each.
Funeral notices nccompanying death notice, Mcis. extra.
«r All transient advertisement* will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonparicl,
Which makes 12 Hoes to the Inch and 7
words to the lino. Display lines must be
allowed for in making estimates. No ad*
Tertlsemeni insortec1 for less than (1.00.
% he #vitigh Columbian.
Saturday Morning,   Dec.   \9, met.
The Free Press denies thut Nanaimo
has dyphtlieria.
Game continues to arrive freely, and
the market is fully supplied.
The dry-dock contractors are exploring for e suitable atone quarry.
White Flaouel, from 26 ots. a yard up,
at James Ellard * Co's. uo22tc
The str. Enterprise arrived from
Victoria nt 3:30 yeaterday afternoon.
Ws understand that tho ice on Hur-
nnfcy Lake is thick enough for skating.
Mr. Wm. Rne announces in another
column that he will oiler goods at cost
for cash.
Attention is called to a notioe respecting the Drill Shed which appears
claowliere.
Tlie rainfall at Ladner's Landing
during the month of November was
2.83 inches.
For thp presebt year tho Free Press
estimates tho Nanaimo coal output at
325,000 tons,
A new steam fire engine has been
ordered in England for Nanaimo. It
is to cost ?3,000.
Tho provincial licensing court for
this distriot meets at 11 o'clock next
Monday forenoon.
The North Arm mail* will ho dispatched hereafter on Wednesday instead of Thursday,
There was a swell Chinese funeral
on Thunday, but it wasn't at all equal
to the one lost spring.
The str. Teaser arrived from Victoria nt noon yestorday with 25 tons of
freight and 36 passengers.
The Washington monumont is completed. It is 623 feet high, being tho
highest shaft iu the world.
The str. Rustler arrived from Seattle
lost Wednesday afternoon with 32
men for the railway works.
Tlie British Columbia legislature is
called together for despatch of business
on Monday, January 12th.
Tho atr. Otter arrived from Viotoria
yeBterday forenoon with freight and
proceeded up to Port Hammond.
Tho str. Idaho arrived from Tacoma
at 10 o'clock yesterday morning with 0
passengers and 50 tons of freight,
Berlin, Shetland, and Knickerbocker
Wools, in all shades, at Jus, Ellard k
Co's, no22tc
In the case of Wilson vs. Chadsey
(Chilliwhack) for trespass, the plaintiff
has been nonsuited in the supreme
court.
A large assortment of men's, women's
and children's Hosiery, in all shades, at
James Ellard k Co.'s, London House.—
ho22tc.
The weather continues moat delightful, bul) weather it will remain so to
the end of the month is a matter of
speculation.
A Chinaman oharged with stealing
an axe from Mr. Elliott was convicted
in the police court yesterday morning
and sent down for 4 mos.
Messrs. M. Steves & Sons are opening out a new produce storo in Keary's
building, opposite the post-office. Ad*
vertisement will appear next week.
- We have to thank Mr. H. V. Edmonds for ■ copy of a new map showing his property near Coal Harbor.
The map wu lithographed at Victoria.
Upon referring to the B, O. Express Ce.'a advertisement in another
column it will be seen that some changes have been made in tho rates, as
well as in the local agency.
Eighty-one head of cattle wore
brought over from Port Moody yeaterday, having come down by train. They
go to Viotoria by the Entei prise this
morning, consigned to Qoodaore &
Dooley. >.i<
Mr. J. 0, McLagan, of the Victoria
Timet, and Miss Sara Maclure, daughter of Mr. J. Maclure, of Matsmii,
were married at Victoria on Thursday
and left yesterday for Ontario. Con*
gratulationa.
Capt. Pittendrigh, Mr. Mowat, and
a few other gentlemen from this eity
visited the fish hatchery on Thursday.
The young fish are coming out finely
and the hatchery promises to be a
complete success.
Messn, Jas. Cunningham & Co., of
the "Columbia House, havo a business announcement in another column
■ which ought to commend itself to the
people of tho mainland. This is one
of the oldest and largest establishments in the oity.
A well known contractor in this city
has mado a careful estimate of the cost
of a stone breakwater at English Buy
and has offered to do the work for tite
C. P. a. Co. fur 81,500,01)0 aud have
tho work completed in eighteen
months.—Colonist.
We have received a oopy of Mr.
Chittenden's nport of explorations on
Queen Charlotte Islands. The report
is neatly printed in pamphlet fnrm,
making 80 pages, and contains a great
deal of very valuable information about
these interesting islands.
The aggregate annual coat of the
standing armies of Europe is 6740,-
000,000. The annual cost of the armies of those three sovereigns who recently met iu conference is $330,000,-
000, These rulen control about half
the military force of Europe.
The total Christian population of
India is 1,852,034, Of those, 063,058
aro Catholics. Tho stato expenditure
for the maintenance of religion
amounts to nbout §1,000,000 yearly, nf
Whioh tho church of England gets
$870,000 and the Catholic church
$50,000.
The str. Otter got out of her coune
at tho mouth last Tuesday, and wont
on the sands whoro she remained all
night. On Wednesday afternoon the
Irving went to her relief, and met her
ahout 3 miles below tho city. There
the Otter's passengers and mails wore
. transferred to the Irving which returned to this city and tho Ottor proceeded to Viotorin.
DEtmHTHY.~-Dr. Welsh has returned
to tho oity and may now he found at his
office, over D. S. Curtis k Co's, drug
store, whore dentistry in nil its branches
' will be promptly attended to,        (to)
Xmas Cards.—Just received at Jas.
Ellard & Co.'b a fine assortment of English and American Xma3 Cards. Call
aud see them. uo22tc
And Another.—In its last issue tho
Victoria Mail announces tlint it is
about to remove to Now Westminster
whore it wilt hereafter he issued. The
Mail is a weekly paper, published by
Mr. E. K. Surgison. It is an amateur
paper, and has grown to be quite interesting. It costs only 50 cts. a year.
We extend a cordial welcome to our
little contemporary.
A Bia Find.—-Speaking of the late
mail robbery the Victoria Standard
sayB: "It is stated that §9,000 have
been stolen from this mail. Two registered letters contained $4000 in cash
and the balance in money orders and
cheques. Tho postmaster at Kamloops
will be a loser to the extent of $500,
and estate of T. Spelman $4,000. Tlie
mnil bag, on being opened in Victorin,
was found to contain neither the valuables nor the letter way bill which accompanies ench mail."
SuBPftisa. — A correspondent snys
that a very enjoyable surprise party
was held at Surrey Centre on the 21st
ult., which was attended by nearly all
the young ladies and gentlemen in that
region. After enjoying themselves for
some timo they adjourned to the council hall where they engaged in dnncing
until morning. Tho event is pronounced a success by every one present, except an old crusty bachelor from
Mud Bay who persisted in the opinion
that they could do these things better
in his settlement.
Thk World's Exhibition. —Captain
Chittenden has beun appointed by the
govornmont to represent the province
at the great World's Exposition at Now
Orleans, in the department of Indian;
curiosities and British Columbia views,
and will leave for New Orleans ou that
mission on tho 12th inst, Captain
Chittenden will remain at tlio exhibition until April, and will then go up
the Atlantic coast to New York and
on to Ottawa, It is his intention to
make a trip from the eastern terminus
of the Canadian Pacifio railway at
Montreal to tho western terminus nt
Burrard Inlet, and then to writo a
book of the route for the information
of tourists and immigrants, illustrated
with views of the country.—-Colonist.
— ; '    ♦   '  - -
The Lighthouse Disaster.—Mr.
W. B. Austin hns returned from Point
Roberts and reports thnt tho body
found thore was identified as that of
Hugh Fraser, the lighthouse keeper.
The body was not intact, but was
identified by tho clothing, Mr. Austin thinks it must have come ashore
very recently. Very closo to this
hody was found a vest which was
identified as tho oue worn by W. S.
Fraser, who waB lost at the same time.
No trace of the half-breed was found.
Tho body of Hugh Fraser wus buried
in tho littlo grave yard which is lucnted
nonr the beach about two miles beyond
the boundary lino, and tho vest belonging to Wm. S. was placed in tho
grave beside it. Tho fate uf the lighthouse keeper and his brother is now
solved.
 jt,	
Railway Meeting,—On Thursday
afternoon the following gentlemen met
at tlio council chambers for the purpose
of discussing railway matters: Messrs.
J. A. R. Homer, M.P., J. A. Webster,
Sheriff Vf. J. Armstrong, H. Elliott,
D, Chisholm. Jno. Hendry, Win. Mathers, R.W. Deano, Jas. Orr, M.P.P.,
nnd D. S. Curtis. Mr. Homer was
voted to the chair, nnd Mr. Dnvid S.
Curtis was appointed secretary. The
chairman said the meeting had been
.culled to form a company that would
undertake to obtain a charter from
parliament for the privilege of building
u railway from this city to some point
on the boundary south to connect with
tho Northern Pacific Railway. Although a bill passed by the local legislature some time ago had not been
allowed, he believed that in the event
of another application, with slight
modifications, success might be expected. At any rate it would do no harm.
After some discussion the New Westminster Southern Railway Act of 1883
was amended by striking out that part
of sect, 10 which gives power of extending to Burrard Inlet, and naming
township 10 instead of 16 as the southern terminus. It was resolved that
Mr. J, C. Atkinson be .appointed solicitor pro. tern, to have the necessary
notices published, and Messrs, Homer,
Webster and Armstrong were appointed a committee to form a company.
The meeting adjourned till next Thursday afternoon.
Vancouver.—Tho government have
received tho official papers from Montreal relating to the terminus of the
Canadian Pacific Railway at Vancouver, and the further notification that
no terminal buildings are to be erected
at Port Moody in the meantime, but
that the erection of tho workshops,
roundhouses, nnd other necessary
buildings and offices wilt bo proceeded
with early in the Bpring, as well as the
construction of the linu of railway from
thu Pitt River to Coal Harbor. In a
letter to a friend in this city the general manager of the 0. P. R. says that
private improvements can bo proceeded with now ns the selection hus been
mnde, nud it is a final ono, both aa \o
tucnl'ly and name of oity—that is Vancouver, wliich Ib recoived with favor in
Montrenl.Oltawii, Toronto and Luiiduii,
England. He predict'* a busy tiinu of it
for years at Vancouver in consequence
nf tho many improvements thoC.P. R.
hnvti to make there, as well na the vast
expendituro thnt will be renderod necessary by the Dominion Government
on harbor improvements and public
buildings, Mr. L, A. Hamilton will
he hero next Wednesday or Thursday.
He will be followed by othen in a
short timo. Now that everything relating to the great burning question of
tho terminus has been settled, peoplo aro beginning to realize tho fact
that the company nro in earnest in the
mnttor of founding a great commercial,
shipping nud manufacturing city on
tho mainland, whose future growth
and prosperity, if Mr. Van Home's
•tatunumts aro to be relied upon, will
bo one of the must important on the
coast. --Victoria Timet,
Lithographic Map.
Tlie Victoria Lithographic Co. have
issued their first map, the stotion delineated being that owned by Mr, H. V,
Edmonds at the new and final terminus
of tho Canadian Pacific railway, Mr, E,
selected his land many years ago, with a
view to wltat Is now happening, and his
judgment has proved good, as his tract is
wo i situated. Cover 100 lots have been
sold within tlio last few dayB at prices
Hinging from $2f> to $330 n lot—Colonist,
Maps may he soon, and full particulars
obtained, at the office'Of Mr, Edmonds
in this city. (to)
Ratification or Coal Harbor.
Montreal, Dec. !>.— At a meeting
of the Canadian Pacifio directors tlio
selection of Coal Harbor aB the Pacific
terminus <>f thu lino was ratified. A
company has heen funned to construct
wharves and other terminal facilities.
Bible Society.
The annual meeting of the New
Westminster Branch Bible Society, was
hold in the Reformed Episcopal church
on Thursday evening. The president,
W. J. Armstrong, Esq., occupied tho
chair. The meeting was opened with
praise, prayer, nnd reading a portion
of Scripture. Tho report of tho committee for the past year wns rend by
the secretary, tho Rev. R. Jamieson,
in which it was stated that the total
numbor of copies of the Scriptures
sont out in connection with this branch
was 321); and tho total amount raised
by sales nnd subscriptions wns $264.33,
This sum included 854 frum the Nortii
Arm, and 820 from Bud Bay. It was
also stated that tho directors of tho
Upper Canada Bible Society had mado
a free grant of 244 Bibles and Testaments, of the value of $64, to the Rev,
Mr. Crosby for the Methodist Indian
mission work. Very interesting and
appropriate addresses wero delivered
hy tho Rov. Messrs. Watson, Mackay,
and Allen. The following gentlemen
wero elected office-bearers for the en*
suing year: —President, W. J. Armstrong, Esq.; vice-presidents, Rov,
Messrs. Watson, Mackay and Allen;
treasurer, C. G. Major, Esq.; secretary, Rev. R. Jamieson; committee,
Messrs. Clarkson, Jas. Cunningham,
Homer, Corbould, Brown, Cluto, Mac-
dougall, Ferris, H. Burr, und Town-
send. Sixty-seven dollars and fifty
cents were thou subscribed, and the
Rev t Mr. Jamieson was appointed collector to circulate tho list amongst
those not present at the meeting.
■■ -    "      ♦
No other medicine has won for itself
such universal approbation in its own
city, state, and country, and among all
people, as Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It ia the
hest combination of vegetable blood purifiers, with the Iodide of Potassium and
Iron ever offered to the public.
From Chilliwhack.
Chilliwhack, Doc 10.—At 4 o'clock yesterday morning the grist mill
and shingle mill, belonging to Robert
Stevenson of Alder Grove, wero discovered on fire, and in less than an
hour both wero reduced to ashes, together with a few tons of grain and
nbout fifteen thousand shingles. About
four hundred dollars' worth uf extra
unused machinery was nlso destroyed.
It appears the mills were working until
1 a.m., and when the men left everything appeared iu goud order. Tho
firo is supposed tu have originated from
u defective journal. The property was
sold for tivo thousand dollars aud would
hnvo changed hands in n few days.
Insurance covered $3,000
A clear head is indicative of good
health and regular habits. When the
body feels heavy and languid, and the
mind works sluggishly, Ayer's Cathartic
Pills will wonderfully assist to a recovery
of physical buoyancy and mental vigor.
The constipated should uso them.
(Eommnnicatioius.
Dr. Trew Again.
Editor Columbian,—You assume that
I ignore the necessity for a resident physician at tbe asylum. Permit me to say
that I do now and have always held that
there should bo one. And I go further
and say that he should be thoroughly
competent, and that if he does his duty
towards the fifty or more patients in that
institution he will have very little time
at his disposal for recreation, and still
less to give to the 12 or 25 daily patients
at the hospital and the varying daily
number at tiie jail, The efficiency of the
service will he very much impaired when
the new arrangeemnt takes effect: and
if, as must be the case in order thst no
additional charge shall be mode on the
revenue, other servants, the superintendent of the asylum for instance, should be
discharged, and the pay now given to
them added to the $1300 provided by the
estimates for the medical charges of the
three institutions to make up the salary
under the new arrangement, the additional duties will of course devolve on
the resident physician, and the result
will he utter failure as to efficiency and
a. result as to economy almost as questionable as the manner in which the person appointed to hold the position obtained it.
C. N. Trew.
(Nobody supposed that the new arrangement, which gives a resident physician to the asylum, could be carried on
as cheaply as the old. The fact that the
resident physician must abstain from private practice is enough to show that.
But if he had beon confined to ths asylum tho government would pay him just
as large a salary and at the same time
pay $IKX) a year for medical attendance
at the gaol and hospital. By putting
these two institutions under the medical
care of the asylum physician this $1KK) a
year is saved tn the province. This is
all wo have claimed, and Dr. Trew ean
hardly dispute the fact, It may ho a had
arrangement, as Br, Trow scorns to
thluk: but Dr. Heathy was of opinion
that one person could do justice to the
three institutions, aud his opinion is
surely.worth something.—En.J
Worms derange the whole system.
Mother Graves' Worm exterminator deranges worms, and gives rest to the sufferer. It only costs twenty-five cents to
try it and ho convinced.
Danger or "Advance copies;'
The old curse on those who have
laid all our good things hefore us has
just been illustrated in rather a novel
way in a certain Scotch constituency,
whero one of the speakers at a political
meeting had written out his speech
beforehand und sent "advance copies"
to the Edinburgh papers. Somehow or
other there was a mistake about the
date, and a full report of the speech—
with "hear hear, "cheers," and oven
the vote of thanks at the end duly inserted—appeared on the urnming of
the day when the speech was to he
delivered. The audience would thus
have been able to attend with copies
of tho speech in thoir hands; and tho
annoyance of au orator at having tho
words taken out of his mouth, nt being
anticipated in nll his host points, ami
even, perhaps, having premature calls
fop his peroration, can be butter imagined than described.-Poll Mall Gazette.
The Armies of Europe.
The following tablo show's the growth
nf tho military establishments of tho
leading Powers of Europe for tho last
fifty yeara:
0 rent Britain...	
France	
Germany	
Russia ,.
Austria	
Italy	
Spam	
Portugal	
Belgium	
Holland _..
Denmurk	
Bwocdeii A Norway
1*31.     13M- 1681,
102,000 129,000 inn.oou
311,000  305,000 41W.Q0O
831,000  34(1,000 445.000
639,000  644,000 841,000
271,000  282,000 '283,000
75,000   142,000 38l',00fl
411,000    87,000 90,000
 "    28,000
40,000
60,000
ari,ooo seiooo
07,000 00,000
28,000
20,000
23,000
33,000
52,000
33,000
40,000
Europe....- 1,834,000 2,190,000 2,055000
—, «■>,
The Great Pyramid.
Prof. Proctor latoly delivered a lecture in Toronto on the great pyramid,
in which ho brought out some interesting facts. Ho said the aiitiqity of iho
pyramids, to many minds, is overpowering, though, perhaps, to tho geologist, or to many a geologist, the differ-
once of four or fivo thousand years
makes no appreciable difference in the
age of a stono, and from his habit of
mind he may not bu so impressed with
an antiquity which is but a second of
time compared to the myriad ages since
the stones wero formed.   Tho
GREAT PYRAMID OF CHEOPS
is u solid inasB of masoury with a base
700 feet lung, a height 484 feet, aud a
weight of 7,000,000 tons. Authority
says that 100,000 men were engaged
ou it for twenty years, yet it would be
moro credible were it stated that the
work employed 10,000 men for 200
years. The men were enslaved and
considered as mero materials ; they
were so abused that 30,000 perished
during its construction, and yet we are
told in modern times that this pyramid
waB erected by divine order, to foreshadow tho coming of Him who waB to
bring peaco to man, The ruler who
built it evidently attached much importance to it, whether as n matter of
duty or to advance his own interests in
some way. Most of the material was
brought 500 or GOO miles. They wero
skilled men, possessed of a high knowledge of physics and mechanics. The
theory that the pyramids wero used as
tombs Prot. Proctor discussed, expressing a favorable opinion na to its correctness. The Egyptians certainly believed in
A FUTURB LIFE.
The whole system of embalming was
for the purpose of keeping the body
preserved ready for tho resurrection.
Yot there nro objections to this theory.
The pyramids are built on astronomical principles, and besides, it is scarcely
possible that a monarch would build so
vast a work as a great pyramid simply
for a tomb. .The pyramids were used
as temples for sncrilicos to tho hosts uf
heaven. While they were building
they wero used for astronomical purposes. Prof. Proctor gave his idea of
how thu great pyramid was probably
constructed. To get a level tho ground
was flooded, red-coloring matter being
probably mixed with the wnter, so that
when it dried off the coloring, adhering
to the rock, would show where the
rock should be chipped off,   Tu get
A NORTH AND SOUTH LINE'
the sun's shadow nt midday, or more
probably some familiar star, might ho
used. It would be uecessary to know,
too, that the pole of the heavens varies
with tho position of the observer. At
tliu Nm tii pole it is overhead, at the
equator it is on the horizon. In latitude 30 degrees tho pole star would bo
the convenient measurement if one-
third abovo the hm-rison. The most
convenient position of the polo star
was chosen—that is, when it was below
tho pole. Then, from the north aide a
passage was bored, slanting into the
solid rock, tending from tho position of
the north pole. The work would bo
tested with each return of the polo star
to its position. The tunnel or bore
would be carried below the middle of
the proposed base, and then a verticle
shaft would be sunk, intersecting the
slanting tunnel. This would enable
the architect to determine a point bolow the line of suspension, and thus
get a north and south line, and a perfect square, with sides east, west, north
and south, without the use of a teles*
cope. The star being the pole, and refraction of light not boing properly understood, pot tlw thirtieth parallel, but
a position a few thousand yards south
of it was chosen. The speaker, after
these explanations of what he would
have buen likely to have doue had he
been the builder, had the room darkened and threw upon the screen bo-
hind the platform a aeries of magic
lantern views illustrative of the points
uf his lecture. He went on to ridicule
the ingenious theories of Prof. Piazzi
Smith, who had discovered by curious
mathematical twists, that tho old
Egyptians know of tho Might of Moses,
the coming of Christ, etc. The great
gallery iu the ascending passage Prof.
Proctor thought wns used for astronomical purposes, and npancd into tho
air. It combined astronomical convenience with architectural necessity.
Tho uBtroiiomy of tho time wns astrology, and not improbably Cheops intended by the use of the pyramid to discover the principal events and fate of
himself and family.
Mrs. 1). Morrison, Farntiam Centre,
P.Q., writing about Dr. Thomas'Eclectrie Oil, says: "George Bell used it on
his son, ami it cured him of rheumatism
with ouly a few applications. The hal
ance of the bottle was used, by an old
gentleman fur asthma, witli the hett results,   It acts like a charm."
Capetown, Dec. 3.—Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of Cape of Good Hope,
disapproves the terms of settlement of
the fiechuana 'question hy whioh freebooters agree to evacuate tho Montsnir
territory and accept the conditions imposed by ministers of Cape colony, that
the annexation of Bcchualatid hy tlie
government of Cape colony and also the
Transvaal convention shall be respected.
The governor is strongly endorsed by
public opinion.
London, Pec. 5.—-The Franchise bill
was read a third timo in the House of
Lords this afternoon and was subsequently passed by that body,
Montreal, Dec, C—President-elect
Cleveland has declined nu invitation te
attend the carnival, owing to pressure of
mnwm
HEWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WMU.
London, Deo. 2,—It has heen discovered that vessels at London docks, which
worn supposed to bo taking on board cargoes of provisions, were really loading
munitions of war for China.
Edinburgh, Dec, 3. — Stanley, the
African explorer, in an address before
the Edinburgh Geographical Society tonight* censured the English govemment
for neglecting to secure the leadership in
tiro Congo movement. As a result of
England's dilatory policy, the Berlin conference had parcelled out the most fertile
districts of Western Africa, and the Ger*
minis had ousted England from both the
Congo and the Niger regions,
Orn awa, Deo, 3,—Becoming alarmed
at the cry for annexation to the United
states whioh has been raised in New
Brunswick, owing to the difference shown
by Sir John Macdonald and his party in
regard to securing a commercial treaty
with Spain, the leading government
organs simultaneously announce to-day
that tho Imperial and Canadian governments have both authorized Sii Charles
Tupper to proceed at an early date to
Madrid to secure improved trade relations between Canada and the Spanish
\Ycst Indies.
Bombay, Dec 9.—The arrival of Lord
Dufferin, now Viceroy of India, yesterday, was the occasion of a brilliant reception. The city was gaily decorated,
and the now viceroy received a grand
ovation. The city council made an appropriation of 4,000 rapes with which to
present the Earl ef Dufferin and the retiring viceroy, tho Marquis of Ripon, with
illuminated addresses and caskets of silver.
St. Louis, Dec. 9.—Charles SWvens, a
desperado known as "Omaha Charley,"
who killed Herbert Kramer at Marys-
ville, Mo., was this morning taken from
jail, after a light with the sheriff, by a
mob, and hanged on the railroad bridge.
Ouo of the mob was dangerously wounded by the sheriff. The particulars of tlie
affair are that 00 masked men went to
the jail at 2 o'clock this morning, called
up Sheriff Anderson, aud demanded that
he deliver Stevens to them. This he refused to do, and told tho crowd he would
fight to the last in defense of his prisoners. A committee of three was then sent
to consult with the sheriff, hut his reply
was the same as before. The mob then
made a rush for tiio door of the jail, and,
notwithstanding the sheriff fired repeatedly into tho crowd, dangerously wounding one of thom, whose name is withheld
for the present, they forced an entrance,
overpowered the sheriff, seized the murderer and marched him, under cover of a
score of cocked revolvers, to the railroad
bridge, half a mile away, and hung him.
Rome, Dec. 9.—The Pope last Sunday, in replying to the address of the
purports of tht American College, presented to his holiness in honor of the
twenty-fifth anniversary of tho foundation of the college, said he always folt a
great affection wr the Amorican clergy,
and he was much pleased with tho progress which Catholics had made in tho
United States.
Washington, Dec. 0,—Senator Miller
says the Supreme Court's Chinese decision
will' create considerable feeling on the
Pacific Coast, hut he hopes the courts
there will take pains to carefully examine into the testimony submitted in favor of the admission of Chinese, and develop the fact that wholesale perjury is
being practiced to get Chinese into the
country. He said he deemed it probable
that the Pacitio Coast Congressmen will
introduce and push another bill through,
so carefully framed as to shut out, despite
judicial decisions, new arrivals of Chinese.
Nkw York, Dec. 9,—Several days
prior to the failure of Grant A Ward,
Wm. II. Vanderbilt loaned Gen. U. S.
Grant $150,000, The money was not returned, but no step was taken in the
matter until a few* days ago, when Mr.
Vanderbilt began action in the Supreme
Court for tho recovery of the samo. Gen.
Grant consented that judgment should
be taken agaiust him tor the full amount
of the claim, together with interest and
tho costs of the proceedings. The offer
was accepted and judgment was entered
in the County Clerk's ofiiee to-day, the
amount being 1155,407.
Chicago, Dec. 9.—The Daily Nettie
says: The full text of tho Spanish-
American treaty having boon made public, tliere is much talk in Congressional
circles regarding the probable effect, if
ratified. Ono of the first points made is
that the treaty cannot be considered
without bringing forward a general and
full discussion of the whole tariff question. This docs not seem to meet with
much favor among th« Republicans or
Democrats. It is felt hat the treaty
would have stood a better chanco of being ratified had it not been made public.
It is thought at the Department that bad
fnith has been observed, and the Spanish
Government could or would not have
been guilty of such discourtesy as this.
It is very evident then is going to be a
very bitter opposition to the treaty on
the part of tho sugar and tobacco inter
eats. It is not at all improbable that
the present senate may, for want of sufficient time, not consider the treaty, hut
let it go over to the extra session, which
will be called as soon as Mr. Cleveland
takes the oath of office, to consider his
Cabinet appointments.
New York, Dec. 9.—The Post says :
One of the signs of the times indicating a
growing belief that the prices of commodities an as low as they an likely to bo at
all, is tiie announcement that Mitchell,
of Montreal, agent of a syndicate in that
uity in the interest of the Crnadian Pacific Railway Company, is now hi Manitoba for tho purpose of investing 94,000,-
000, advanced by the Bank of. Montreal,
in wheat to bo purchased at Witinepegnt
the market rates then. .Later ilispatclicB
say that shipments by the Canadian
Pacific to Port Arthur will begin atoncc,
and the wheat held iu store' there until
spring. Still another instance of the
samo Kind is tbo advance, in tho last few
diays, of the prices of some kinds ol me
tals, lead having advanced 10 per cent,
in two weeks in consequence of specula ■
tive investments. Cotton also advanced
to some extent under the same influence.
These features an the results of nn endeavor to find employment for idle
money. The unprecedented amount of
idle tnuds in the New York batiks, and [
the lower rates of interest than hi Loudon, an the chief causes of firmness of
London- Dec. 12.—A despatch from
Shanghai says: "Native papers announce
that the ministers of the foreign powen
at Pekin had notified Tsun Ti Yamin of
their intention to meet on the 22nd inst.
to discus the Franco-Chinese question
with a view to arranging an acceptable
basis for mediation."
Washington', Dec, 12.—President Arthur has signified to Commissioner-General Morehead, who is hen in the interest
of the New Orleans expedition, that he
will comply with the request made yesterday to start the machinery in pereon
on the lfltli, by electricity. A wire will
be run direotly from the Executive Mansion to the Exposition Buildings, ond so
arranged that when the President' opens
tho current in Washington the motive
po-ver will by this act be applied to the
machinery in New Orleans, Members of
the Suprcr i Court, delegates from hoth
houses of cougicss, cabinet officers, and
diplomatic representatives of foreign
countries, will be in attendance at the
Executive Mansion to witness the opening. Wilson introduced in the senate
to-day a bill to.pay $100 bounty to each
man below the rank of commisioned officer who enlisted iu the United States
military service prior to July 22d, 18(il,
and who was afterwards mustered into
tiio Fourth Infantry. Sherman introduced in the senate a bill identical with
that introduced in the house last Monday by Morrison. It provides for the
transportation by express of imported
merchandise in passengers' baggage, under regulations to be' prescribed by the
Secretary of the Treasury.
Dongola, Dec. 12.—-Natives have very
littlo confidence that the British expedition will prove successful. They positively refuse to accompany the English
forces beyond Merawi on any conditions.
Paris, Dec. 12.—21 deaths from cholera in Paris last week—all in the eastern
part of the city.
New York, Dec, 12.—Failures last
seven days 348, as compared with 220
for the previous week.
London, Dec. 12.—LUbon advices report the formation of a Portuguese African company with capital £500,000.
Paris, De*. 12,—hafrance says the
Chinese commanders have been commanded to suspend hostilities.
London, Dec. 12.—A dispatch from
Hong Kong to the Times says affairs at
Ke Lun and fn Tonqnin remain in statu
quo. Gen. de Liste threatens to resign
his command iu Tonquin unless he is reinforced. Each mail steamer brings
more Germans and Chinese for military
and naval service. 120 Germans have
already entered the Chinese service.
London, Dec. 12.—A dispatch from
Odessa to the Times says the Turkish
troubles iu Macedonia are increasing;
200 Christians were murdered within the
past few weeks, and three villages burned.
Paris, Dec. 12, -Gen. Milot further
telegraphs from Madagascar on tho Oth
inst., that after a march of 15 hours he
captured the second fort south of fort
Vohemar. He also captured five guns
of the Hovas, 200 of whom wore slain.
The French loss was four wounded.
BIRTH.
HUNTKH.-Al Victoria, on the 8th Inst.,
the wife of J. L. Hunter, C.E., Chief
Engineer ot tho Esquimau * Nnnnlmo Railway, nt a daughter,
MARU1UU.
DAVID.SON~DOCKSTEADER.-At the
residence of lhe bride's father, Port
Haney, on the 3rd Inst., by the Rev.
Alex. Dunn, John Davidson and Chris-
Una, daughter of Mr. Daniel Docksteader,
MUTRIE-NELSON.-At the residence of
the bride's father, Langley Prairie, on
lhe 8th Inst., by the Rev. Alex. Dunn,
Henry Mil trie, of Port Moody, and
Margaret Jane, daughter of Mr. J. K.
Nelson,
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Mrs A Little, Powers Bros. T McNeely,
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Faoes as yellow as that of tho "Heathen Chinee," in consequence of bils in
the blood, grow fair and wholesome-
looking again when Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and great blood
purifier is used to relax constipated
bowels and expel the bilious poison from
the circulation, Rheumatic and blood
impurities are also driven out hy it, digestion restored, and the system benefited iu every way by its use.
♦    - —■—-■■
Taking the Safe Side.
Tho Czar of Russia is very fond of
mushrooms.
Recently, the exact date has escaped
us, a little boy brought a mean of them
to the royal palace, and left them with
the kind regards or Mr. Iv*m Rorntoh-
ascubofisky.
Alexander, of course, was wonder*
fully pleased, and ordered thom served
hot for dinner.
"Doyon Iniow this Mr. Scratchas-
coboffsky /" asked the Czarina, with a
troubled look, ns thoy seated themselves at thu tabic.
"No,' I never heard of liim," replied
the Cair,
" Well, how do you know that ho
hasn't sont you toadstools, which uro
rery poisonous, you know? He muy be
a Nihilist!"   ,
" By Jovuwitoh!" exclaimed the
Czar,in consternation, "Inever thought
of that. To be on tho safe side," he
went on, pushing the dish across the
table, ''you had better oat some of
thein yourself first, and In the mean
timo I will give urden to havo this
man Scratchaakoboffsky ready for Siberia at a moment's notice."
P A rt H Kit. IKS.
Per str. Idaho, from Tacoma, Dec, 12—
A L Perkins, EBklllfethor. W Primrose,
J E Baker, V Duframe, D Ellis.
Per sir. Teaser, from Victoria, Dec. 12-
WP Grant and wifo, dipt J McCailerly,
Messrs Kellon, Richards, McGaw.Hteven,
BalllHter, O'Hara, Hill, Andrews, McLennan, Wilson, Patterson, Htcward, Hum-
berdon, Bowman, lllll, Banford. Cross,
Jameson, Mahon, Kyle, Baron, Coughlin. Hughes, Smith, Cameron, (jannon, 8
Indians and 2 Chinese.
Per str. Enterprise, from Victoria, Dec.
12—Mrs Byrom.Miss McClure.AIexander,
Magee, Dupont, Burns, Officer Campbell
and 3 prisoners, Supt Roycroft. (J Todd,
Southerby, Officer Miller, and others.
Coal Harbor Property.
Having sub-divided my
COAL HARBOR PROPERTY,
I am prepared to Bell lots at from $25
upwards,
LAND ALSO BY THE ACRE.
Applv to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent,
"20tc New Westminster.
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Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
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the market for sterling investments.
What Toronto's well-known Good Samaritan says: "1 have heen troubled wiili
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for m ct
'20year*, and 1 have triad many remedies,
hat never found an article that hiin done
Vie as much good as Northmpniid Ly-
man's Vegetable Discovery ami pyspep-
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A Lesson In Astronomy.
They were young and romantic, and
all hough the minute hand wax pointing to 12 o'clock they stood np«.n tho
porch gazing at the stars.
"That's Jupiter, dear, isn't it?" sho
murmured!
"Yes, pot, and thai is Sh'ius," ho
replied, p-dnting t" (mother slur.
"Are you Sinus," she cooed.
lie kie-u <1 hor several times. Then
ha pointed upward nnd said:
"That's Mars, dove."
"And that's par's," ahe whispered,
an a f-outstep sounded inside; and if
tlfe'y-.iiWig man hadn't scooted he would
have -ion more stars than he over
dreamed or. Ilcr pa wenrs a twelve
and '- half, wiih a brass too.— The
Htiifliet.
Sonic FiviK'h Havana took au alleged
YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES
(/_Hoial to the CWumWan.)
Pauis, Dee. 12.—Prime Minister Kerry, replying to the Duo de Broglie, said
it was the duty of the government to
pursue a policy of moderation until it
proved unavailing, iu whioh event he
pledged himself to energetic measures.
"You will soon see," he said, "how the
government intend to respond to the legitimate impatience of the country."
Kiyiand's voluntary mediation has proved abortive through the attitude of
China. Karl Granville had not officially
informed France of tho Chinese propnsnH
because he considered thom impossible.
Tlie time for negotiation h id expired; the
moment for action had arrived. Ho denied that France has isolated herself.
Sho  was trlendly, he said,  to all the
fowers. There waa a Community' of
dens existing between France and three
great powers on the Kgyption question.
France had entered Berlin with dofh ite
plans, well knowing what she wanted,
England's mediation was evidence of her
continued friendship with France. Admiral Peyron's latest depatches from Admiral Courbet and General De Lisle
showed that the expedition was perfectly
scenic. Ferry explained that the advance would begin as soon aq the credit
was voted. The senate voted tlie credit
with Only ono dissenting voire The
Right abstained from voting,
j ii! nl dug iu hand, offer Iuh bite hnd
j killed a hoy, and proved that the deg
tvna' not mad, and that death must
have resulted from sume tartar on the
dog's teeth, the blood of the victim being in an unhealthy fctnte. ThiB ro-
bhII suggesti tli.it ovory hoy should
lmvo a bottle of hlrtliil purifier handy,
or dogs ought to he com pelted to use
tooth brushes.
0. C. Jacobs, Buffalo, N. Y., saya:
"Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil cured lum of
a had easo of piles of ti years' standing,
having tried almost evory known remedy,
'besides two Buffalo Physician*,' w ithont
relief; but the Oil cured hiin; he thinks
it cannot be recommended too highly."
Thore being imitations on tho market of
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, customers
will see that they get the genuine.
Mr. Clarkson has laid out his homo-
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on two wide streets. Thoy are beautifully situated, and full of choice bearuig
fruit trees, Any person wishing a nice
lot to build on should call and soo this
property. Terms ami prices reasonable.
Apply to the proprietor at homo. "Pol-
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School at 2.30 p. M. Rector's residence,
Merrfvalc street, helow Agnes street. Rap-
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and place desired My parents. Marriage
solemnized and performed whenovcr and
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The servico tor the "Burial of the Dead"
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS.
rE   MEMBERS  OP  THE  ST.  Andrews and Caledonian Society are
requested lo meet at the Colonial Hotel
for the transaction of important business,
at 8 o'cloek p. m. MONDAY, 15th Inst.
Ry order of the Chief,
A. J. MCMILLAN,
iM0t2 Secretary.
STOLEN
11 ROM    KAMLOOPS    REGISTERED
1   Mall ofthe lOtli November, 1884, the
following Cheques:
Drawer
Mnra A Wilson
T. M, Lumbley
A. IJ. Rogers
Mara* wllson
J. O. Gibson
W. W. Spinks
A. R. Rogers
,T. McCreight
Mara A Wilson
Mara* Wilson
J. McCreight
Wi W. Spinks
J. ft. Greaves
A. I). Rogers
In favor of and  Am't.
endorsed hy
Exs. T. Spelman  $2,000
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
$ I'I
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02 00
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do.        do.        1Q0 (U
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do.        do,       320 85
do.        do. 02 75
J. H. Park 00 00
V.. Grant ;v> oo
Jno. Tult 120 50
Keefor&M'Farlnnd Ei8/T.> Spelman 112 oo
do. (Io. 800 00
Porsons are cautioned not to negotiate
the abovo cheques as payment Is stopped.
W. WARD 8PINKS,
CHARLES PAGDEN.
Kamloops, II. C, Nov. 27,1881. d10t2
THIM0FM0W1
Although much Is suid atxait tlm iini>nr-
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develops In Hcrol'nb-ux Sm-es. Ulcers, or
Eruptions,or in tin- form of Khcutnntlf-m,
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Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will thoroughly eradicate this evil from the
system.
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without pure blood. Olsaiue ;lio blood wllh
Ayku's Sarsa.pauii.i-v,
I>itWAHE!> BY
Dr.J.O.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold hy all Druggists; SI, six bottles for 95.
A Grand Bazaar!
WILL BE HI3LD IN
WEBSTER'S STONE BUILDING
 ON Till*.—-
22nd and 23rd December,
IN All) OK THE
SISTERS OF   ST ANN.
mHERE WIU, HK EXHIBITED A
1 very largo nWHirtnlOnt of t'.-.nr; UtmriH
unliable far Xmas and New Yenrs pre-
Hcnls, 1mlinline: a (foiitleiniin'N Gold
Wnteli iiiul('lialii,i-i7Vi'ml i-liotoo nrilelcti
nf Silverware, Wax oriinnien1», Pauey
Palntlncfl, Embroidery, tojrether with a
lame collection of useful articles, and a
Eire Hereon In erasy worlt and painting,
dHltd
Business Directorjr.
The following Business Directory con*
tains only the names Qf persons whose ad*
vertlsements appear in the Columbian.
It will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to do -
business In tbis city. The names are given in alphabetical order:
PhysleUtta.
Dr. O. E. O. Brown, (dentist),...Hary street
)r. Clarke Columbia street
)r. Garrow Columbia street
>r- hooper „ Church Street
>r. Cheadle (Dentist) Columbia street
)r. Mathers Front street
Dr McGulre Clinton
Dr. Trew MoKensle Btreet
Dr. Lungls Columbia street
Dr. Offerhaus Kamloops
Lawyers.
Corbould A McColl McKensle street
Insurance Ageati.
W J Armstrong. Front Btreet
T K Pennon *to CulumbiRstreet
Hand Bros Columbia street
Turner, Beeton A Co Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers.
WB Clarke Victoria
T J Trnpp. Columbia street
Surveyors.
A. J. McMillan MoKeiulestroet
Howse A Itlekmaii Front street
Woods A Turner. Columbia street
Conveynituers, Land Agents, As.
WH Falding MeKenslestreet
Hughes A Atkinson Columbia street
Howse A Hickman Front street
Hand Bros Columbia street
Woods A Turner Columbia street
General Merchants. '
James wino..... Front Streot
Archie Burns Columbia street
A Outmnnn,. Columbia street
Mrs Knimn Oold Columbia street
Mra M A Harper ChllJIwhaok
Kelly Bros Columbia street
Kyle A Tllton [wholesale] Front street
C li Major. Columbia street
Wm McColl Columbia street
Thomas MeNeoIy. Lndner'a Landing
Turner, Ileeion A Co (wholesale)..Vlctorla
Gents* Furnishings.
N. A. White Columbia street
Carriage Works.
Johnston & Smith Columbia street
Commission Merchants.
I.. Oold Columbia street
W It Clarke Vletorla
Homer A- Ron _ , Front street
Druggist b.
J ft McOuire Clintoii
A Peele Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
It Thomas Columbia street
Dressmaking.
Mrs. DavldKon Queen's avenue
Misses Hnrris A Moore Colnmbia Btreet
Watches and Jewelry.
C. M. MeNttiighteti Columbia Btreet
Furniture.
J O Bunte Columbia street
Tailors.
John Walsh - Columbia street
Doohst Stationery, ftc.
T N Hlbhen A Co Victoria
TH Pearson A Co..... 	
TH Pearson A Co....
Musical Instruments.
.'. Victoria
...Columbia street
Cigars.
Wm. Tlotjen ..Columbia street
Liquors.
E Brown a Co- ...Columbia street
Kehoe A Co.... Sapperton
Kyle A Tllton Front street
Hotels.
Station Hestaurant, (P. Clair) Yale
Brighton (Geo Bluck) HnstlllKB
Tli'luhton JA Johnston] Granville
Farmers' Homo (J TunibiillU-..Churcli st
Occident (J Attntin) .XoJ11 III01 ft MrOPl
Royal (Mrs M A Hhrper) Chiillwhaok
Sunnyside [McLeod A Molnnlsj Granville
Colonial Hotel, (J.K. Itiley)...Co!unihla si.
Bakeries.
Groceries. Ktc,
McDonald Bros..... Columbia street
Gunsmith, Blc. .
ft If Webb Columbia street
Flih, Fruit and Game.
Wlndnor A Nelson .Col nm bin street
Butchers.
Robt Dickinson Columbia street
Painters, Ktc,
Murray A Fry Clarkson street
Harness and Saddlery.
Douglas A Deighton ..Columbia street
Blacksmiths.
Johnson A Smith Columbia street
Speirs A Beaton Columbia street
Logger, tfce.
W M Jones Mud Bay
Saw and Planing Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill .'. Sapperton
Branch lumber yard at Por* Moody.
Royal City Planing Mill Riohurd Btreet
Branches at Port Moody A Nanaimo.
Book Binding,
H T William*. Victoria
Printing Office.
D Robson A Co (Columbian) Columbia Bt
Ruling nnd plain binding.
W.H.EAIDINC.
A. j.MMILUN. C. r.
FALDING & McMILLAN,
LAND SURVEYORS
 AND	
DRAUGHTSMEN,
Aeeoiintnnte, Convejaaeen,
Snl Estate ui lasoruce Ignit
OFFIOE:~MoKENZIE ST.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  a
A. GUTMANN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise
COLUMBIA STREET,
Opp. I'olanlal Hold, New Wealmlnntrr.
Guns, Ammunition,
Cigars, Tobacco, Oanil',
JMJXIJBIJRSOJHJ.A.'U'JM:   jpxjfjjkb.
IiraHIiST OASII PRICE PAID FOH ALU
KINDS OF PURS. (SJur gtorg.
A REMARKABLE STORY,
(Continued.)
"Yes, yesj dear, tlits is vory comfortable," aaid Mra. John, "but I wish
you had como at once when I called
you, for we must not Iobb any time in
thinking about your dresses. You
muat do Ellen credit, tbat is one thing
clear. I can't have yon dowdy, Hester. The Merridalo girls shall not hnve
a word to say about the Vernon's on
your account. Oh, I know they will
if they can; they will whisper, and say
how proud we all are, and give our-
selvea airs, and just look at Hester in
a washed muBlin i I would rather go
without my dinner," aaid Mrs. John,
with vehemence, "for a whole yoar."
"But I shall not let you do that,
mamma."
*'Oh Hester, just hold yonr tonguo.
What do vou know about it? I would
rather sell my Indian shawl, or my
pearls— Dear me, what a good thing I
did not part with my pearls ! That is
something nobody can turn up their
noses at. And you can Bay you got
them from your mother, and your
grandmother beforo hor -which is
more than they ever had. But there
are the dresses to bo thought of," said
tho tender mother, looking in Hester's
face, half awed, halt appealing ', for
even in tho pride of deacont bIio was
forced to remember lhat you cannot
aend your child to a The Dansantes
with nothing but a string of pearls
' around her nock, however fino and
however long in tho family it may have
been.
"Dresses I" One will do, said Heater, with a littlo Hush of pleasure, yet
determination to repress her mothor's
unnecessary liberality. "You forget
what you are talking of, mothor dear.
One dress is as much as—
"And to whom do you suppose you
are speaking ?" said Mrs. John, with
dignity. " There are a great many
things which you think you know hotter than I. Perhaps you aro wrong
there, too ; but I am not going to bandy words with you. One thing I must
■ay—that when we talk of ball-dresses
I know a great deal better than you.
Oh, but I do ! I had to got everything
for myself in old days. Your father
delighted iu seeing mo fino, but ho
never pretended to havo any taste. All
the responsibility waa on ine. Considering that we are poor and that you are
ao young, I should think tullo would
do, or oven tarlatan. Hostor, I Bhould
like to have silk slips ; that gives a
character to a thing at onco. A whito
one, a pink one, and a blue ono."
"Dear mamma, a white frock ; tliat
is all I want. I am sure that is all 1
want; wo can't afford any more.   And
as for silk slips "
"0 hold your tonguo, Hester! What
do you know about it f criod Mrs.
John, exasperated. "You have nevor
been at a ball iu your life. You can't
know what'B wanted liko me. There
are quantities of othor things besides.
Shoes—you must havo satin shoe3 and
silk stockings, ami gloves, and something to wear in your hair. I don't
even know what's worn now. We used
to have wreathes in my day, but per-
hapB that's not tho fashion at present.
When I had not a maid—and of course,
poor child, you have no maid—I used
to have a hair-dresser to do up my hair
when I* was going out. We woro it
quite high on the top of our heads,
and now you wear it down in the napo
of your neck. What a thing fashion is.
Wo had gigot sleeves, nll   puffed   out
with fonthpi- oiialiioiis, and   I   UBOd   to
wear a laco scarf, i^neli was very bo-
coming. Wo had muslins in my time,
nice, clear, book-muslins, aud when
you had worn it two or threo times for
balls you juat woro it out in tho evenings at home. Tarlatan is not half ao
profitable," said Mra. John, with a vory
serious faco, "but ynu must have it, I
suppose, all thesame."
"Mother," said Hoater, when her
mother paused for breath,"I fool quito
horrified at all this. Why ahould I
dress up bo fine for Ellen's parties ? I
Bhall only be a sort of poor relation.
My washed muslin will do vory well.
Nobody will expect anything bettor
from me."
"Then that is juat why you should
have something botter." aaid tho poor
lady, her pale countenance brightening
with a pretty pink AubIi, "You shan't
go at all if you can't go as iny daughter should. You shall have a white
first, and then a—no, not a pink; pink
used to be my color, for you know I
was pule, and my hair was plain
brown, not like yours. Yours is a little too—auburn for pink. You must
have a blue for your second, witli silk
slips made very simply, with tarlatan
over th&t. White shoes and white
gloves and my pearls. It will bo auch
a pleasure, dear, to see you dressed.
It will be like old times again. And
you muat ask Ellen what to wear in
your hair; a wreath, or just one llower
at tho side with a spray banging down
over your neck. Mr. Ashton, I am
sure, would get it.for mo in town ; for
flowers and those sort of thinga one
should always sand to London. And
you must have a fan. I wonder if iny
ivory fan would bu old-fashioned 1 I
must ask Ellen. And, dear child, do
uot stand thoro doing nothing when
thero is not a moment lo loan, but
ring for tho toa. We must havo tun
first—I always fool better after ; and
then we must put everything down ou
paper, and calculate what it will cost
and what we aro to do,"
"I don't want all that," said Uester
again, but the sound of it flnttorod her
youthful ears; for ahe was unly a girl,
when all was Baid.
"Don't talk any nonsonso, child, but
ring for the tea," said Mrs, John, feeling heraelf for once mistress of the occasion, "But, Hestor," she added, in
so solemn a tono that Hestor camo
book half frightened to hoar what it
was, "if you over have children, as I
hope you will, be sure you hnve one of
youi girls taught how to cut out and
how to look after the drcaa-making. If
wo oiily could havo thom mado at
home, what a saving it would bo."
Young Mrs. Morridew's Tha Dan
sanies made a great commotion in Redborough. Dancing tens—what did it
mean? It meant somo nonsonso or
another. Ynu might bo suro it meant
nonsense of sumo kind, as it was Ellon
Vernon that wai at the bottom of it,
the elder people said ; but the younger
ones were of a different opinion. It
did oot matter to them so much that
Ellen Vernon was silly ;  indeed, the
greater part of thom woro bo dazzled
y the furs and the braoelots and the
Victoria, if not by tho brilliant fairness
add beaming smiles mid pre tt mess of
the bride, that thoy did not romumber
that Ellon Vernon hud boen silly, and
thought Mrs. Algernon Morridow not
only the leader of fashion but the moat
amiable and good-natured of all queens
of society, the most "easy to get along
with" and moat full of "go." Nothing
like her and her dresses, and hor house
and hor company, had over boen soon
in tho quiot, steady-going country
town. She made it known graciously
that sho wos always at home at lunch,
and thero was scarcely n day that a
merry party did not appear at her
houso, filling tho newly • furnished,
protty room with chatter-nnd laughter,
and tho distracting devices of careless
youth to get rid of its golden hours.
And already thero had boou half a
dozen dinners, far too soon and quito
unnecessary, as all tho elders Baid.
She ought to havo waited until everybody hnd givon hor and hor husband a
dinner beforo sho began to return thoir
hospitalities. But Ellon had no idea
either of waiting or returning the heavy
dinners to whieh she, as a daughter of
ono of the reigning houses of tho town,
and her husband as belonging, it not
to that rank, at least to tho foremost
respectability, wore invited by all tho
respectable peoplo. Tho entertainments
she gavo wero reckless young dinners,
whero thoro waB uo solemnity at all,
nnd perhaps not much wit, but where
laughter abounded and all aorta of
wild schemes of pleasure wore invented. And just SB tho solid people who
had mado n point of having a dinner
fur the Algernon Merridews began to
feel a littlo offended at tho goings-on
of the young household which paid no
attention to ordinary rules of civility, i
tho younger portion of tho population
woro thrown into the wildest excite-'
ment by the announcement of tho Thes j
Dansantes, and frowning mothers wore
courtod to anticipated smiles again by
thu anticipated pleasure of their children. Tlio old Morridows, tho fathor
and mother, looked on with pride, but
misgivings ; tho brothers and sisters
witli prido and delight, as they folt
thomsolvcs already rising high upon
tho topmast wavo of society by means
of their brilliant sister-in-law.
"Only mind what you uro about,and
keep hold on the reins, my boy," old
Morridow said to his son, which Algernon promised, with a laughing
"Trust me for that,"
"Trust Algy, indeed I" his mothor
said, shaking her head. "I would not
trust him a step further than I saw
him with that crazy littlo thing by the
Bide of him ; all my. hope is, that, being a Vernon, her people will step in."
They woro all suro that no groat harm
cuuld happen to u Vernon in Redborough. Harry, her brother, waa always at her sido, as faithful as her
husband, backing hor up. And Catherine herself could not disapprove, for
sho went to tho houso again, aud
laughed when ahe was spoken to on
tho subject. "Ellen was always liko
that," sho said ; "wild for pleasure and
amusement. Sho has asked mo to her
dancing tons as an entertainment quito
suited to my years and habits." All
whicli things reassured the Merridews
and tho othor-anxious persons about.
"And you are going to this dancing
tea ?" Catherino Vernon said.
"I supposo so," said Edward, indifferently." Thoy would think it strange
if I did not go. And thoy expect you
Morridow told mo ho. Ho said it
would add such dignity tu thoir litllu
party."
Thoro was something in tho tone
with which Edward aaid this which
Catherine did not like. It was truo
that sho herself had always represented
the invitation ub ludicrous, yet it waa
quito truo that her presenco would
liavo added dignity to the party, and
there was nothing ridiculous in tho
idea that Algernon thought bo. This
annoyed hor a little, but it was tho
annoyance of a moment. Sho said,
"I hope you will enjoy yourself," with
a laugh, which Edward, on his aide,
found as offensive; but ho did not betray this, and mniled in reply, as he
know •he meant him to smilp, with a
sort of apologetic indulgent air,
"I shall du tho best I can," he said,
and they both laughed ; sho tenderly,
thinking how good be was to tako this
trouble In order to gratify tho frivolous
young pair und keep up the Vernon
traditions; ho with a fierce question to
himself, why shouldn't he enjoy it 1 at
least it would bo an evening to himself
with nobody to koop watch ovor him
and make anotoof every girl ho danced
with.   Alas for Catharine !   If sho noticed tho girls he danced with it was
to invito them afterward (if sho  approved of them) for sho had no jealous
dosiro to keep htm to horself,but wanted him to marry.   But then thero was
ono at least whom alio could nover have
tolerated.   And tho chief point in Edward's anticipations, as  in   Hester's,
was tlio freedom of intorcourso permit-
tod under Ellen's easy young wing.and
tho opportunity ho would havo of seeing how  the  ea^er, large-eyed  girl
would look among other girls when he
could approach bur freely.   This gavo
him something of the same sense of
curiosity wliich was so warm in Hes-
tor'a mind. How would ahe louk among
othor girls ?   How would she receive
him 'I   It did not occur to him na probable that Bho would resent that avoidance of  hor whon under Catharine's
eyo which bo hud so often assured hor
made him wretched.   He folt thut the
little secret botween them, tho stolen
glanca ho would give her nt tho Grange
parties, the little shrug with which ho
pointed her attention to hii bondage,
would havo an attraction even greater
than had he boen always at hor aide ;
and in some sense this wus truo.   But
he did not think of Hester's judgment
or of her natural high spirit.   Neither
did ho think of tho  comparison  sho
mado between hiin  and   Harry, who
had never hesitated to show his devotion.   Tu compare himsolf und Harry
seemed to Edward impossible   A big
idiot, a nonentity. She had move sense
than that.
Nevor was thoro such a spectacle
seen in Kedborough us the first of tho
7V('.s Danmntes. The Morridew's house
wai near tho White Houso, and, consequently, on a littlo eminence, which
answered ull the purposes of a great
eminence iu that flat country. It
stood in the midBt of a littlo shrubbery
abovo which it roso ou white steps to
mako tho position still more commanding. Thoro was a long-doomed conservatory at ono sido, tho windows
wero all plate-glaBB, and when you consider that within nud without the place
was lighted up, liko the Crystal Palaco,
peopto Baid, you may imagine something of tho imposing offoct. The conservatory was all hung with Chineso
lanterns, and waa fairy-land to tho
young guostB, inexperienced in auch
glorious effects. _ Tho two dancing
rooms wero both thrown open for
dancing. Thoro woro vory fow chap*
orons; only horo and there a middle-
aged mothor, too devoted to hor
charge, yawned behind her elegant tan
with nobody to speak lo, not n lady of
her own ago to exchange experiences
with, no elderly gallant to get hot- a
cup of tea. All was youth, rampant,
insolent, careless, feeling that the
world wna mndo for it, and rejoicing to
Bhake itself free of every trammel.
Mrs. Ellen sot them the example in
lhe most daring way.
IMPORTERS   AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN	
Provisions,
Liquors,
IMS,
t
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
FRONT      STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
(jeasio)
&
-IMl'ORTERS-
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FBONTST., • NEW WKTTMINSTBR
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Superfine and Graham
rLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
jAA.TMSm
Direct Importation
fl WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.!".
LT
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
ents of Now Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choke
Wines,
Spirits,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
PUBLIO  NOTICE.
Explosive Substances Act, 1884
REGULATIONS under the authority of
Section 2 of tho nbove Aot, for the
conveyance, Btorhgo, Ac,, of Gunpowder
unil other explosive substances, ure published In tin- llrilisli Columbia Gazette ot
this dnte, copies of which can he obtained
'at tlie oflico of tho Govornmont Agent,
Now Westminster, on application.
Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,
27lh November, 188J,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
L:\IIMUMG, II. (J,
(ly23yl)
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
CRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND'SPICES.
Newton A. Wliite,
Importer and Dealer In
Men's, Youths', Boys'
and Children's
CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
HATS I CAPS,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETC.
*"THE BEST ASSORTMENT
-OF-
ENTIRELY NEW GOODS
IN THE CITY.
COLUMBIA STREET
Opposite Hank of British Coiumbin.
oclftlq
Agents for Pacifio Coast Steamship Co,
(jaOtcJ
Brunette Saw II.
DeBeck Bros. & Go,
Manufacturers and dealers In all
kinds of
Bough & Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shukes, l'lckets,
i
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whioli ho will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Salt Customers.
Also, In constant rncoipt, direct from
W. A. Gllby'i,  London.
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOLTJJMJJBI^.   STJRJH1JJE1T,
New Westminstor,   B, 0.
NOTIOE.
:r b "W-A-Uid..
WT-IKREAS some person or poinona
unknown did, on nr iihout tlio end
of the month at October laat, maliciously
in lure and destroy tlie hud-ralllngs and
other portions of certain bridges on the
Trunk Bond between Hope and Popcum;
Notico ia therefore hereby given thatn
reward of one hundred dollan will bo
paid for auoh Information m \ylll load to
the apprehension mid conviction of tho
guilty person or persons.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of Lands & Works.
Lands and WorkH Dopt..        \-t        '
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 2(ltli, 1881.     nSBm
JA-TLt
KJSHOB * OO. ARE NOW PRE-
parod to supply the very best Ale
from the WeKtmlnster Brewery. Orders
left with Ur. Chas. McDouough, Front St.,
ahull have prompt attention. JiuMc
NOTICE.
A'
den
LL ACCO UNTS AGAINST THE N. W.
. AV, M. Telephone Co. must boren-
ered forthwith to mo. by whom, for tho
future, all accounts will be paid and all
moneys collected.
Signed! Vf. WEEKS.
no8tc
Wit>i!*lltt,
Soo. tt Tn
MAN WANTED.
(MARRIED PREFERRED.)
XJLTVm ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED DOL-
VV  lars capital, to take charge of a farm.
(Produce ia more profitable than labor).
Apply to      T. W. KERR,
no2S!lc New Westminster, B. C.
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
YALE DISTRICT.
SOUTH THOMPSON RIVER FERRY.
$10 REWARD.
QTRAYED FROM ST. MARY'S Mount,
O Hnpporton, on tlie ffitrd Sept., a brown
Colley l)og: answers to tlie name of
"Bran."  Address
BISHOP OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
(OggjJHjj	
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
empting land are hereby notified
that land within the limits of the Hastings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any-one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
EICH'D H. ALEXANDER*
de8-tc Manager.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STBEET ■ VICTORIA.
AOIINIS   JFOJJR
North British and Mercantile
insurance Vo. for Mainland.
H.C.
BEETON & CO.,
36 Finabury Circus,
London, E. 0.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty (tlOl days after dato we intend
making application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to lease for timbering purposes the following described tract of land situate In New
Wcstml nstor District;
Commencing nt a stake net 40 chains
cast of Daisy Lake, thenco west 100 chsina;
thence north -180 chains; theuco east 100
chains; thenco Month 4w chnins, to tlio
place of beginning,
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.,
Limited.
Joiik Hhnuiiy, Manager,
New Westminster, B. C„
November UKMKM*
10no|m_	
AND TRAYS.
Wo Intend to keep a full stock of
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds-
Mouldings
SEALED TENDERS will be recoived by
thellon. Chief Commissi oner of Lands
nnd Works, up to noon of Wedneaday,Slat
December next, for tlie right of maintain*
ing » I-'crry, for a torm of Ave years, across
the South Thompson Rivor; at u point
nciir the confluence of the Nort hand South
branches of tlie Thompson River.
Tho ferry right to extend from tlio said
confluence of Mm rl vera a distance of two
miles up tlio South Thompson,
Tonders nro to state the capacity of the
boot proposed to be used, the rent proposed to no paid to tlio Government, and
the rale of toil to be collected for every—
Foot passenger,
Team with wagon and driver,
Horso and mule,
Loaded animal,
Head of beef eattle,
Sheen, Pig or gont,
Hundred pounds weight of freight.
With each tender, (mist be submitted tlie
names;of two responsible parties willing
to sign it bond for the sum of S.WUns security for tlie faithful carrying out of tho
contract.
All oflicers of tlie Provincial Government, with thoir animals and freight, to
pass free,
W, R, UOBE,
Hurveyor-aencral.
Lunds and Works Department,
Victoria, li. C, 10th Nov., 1884.
nplStd
N°
MRS. DAVIDSON IS NOW PREPAR-
cd to make dresses and execute tnll-
ry In ttie hik-stAmerican and English
styles.
RtssniENpE: — Queen's Avenue, below
Mr. Deane's, oclltc
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
arenas.
OTICE 19 HEREBY OIVEN, THAT
.*., i!0 days nfter date, I intend mnking
application to the Ciiief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission io leuso
for lumbering purposes the following
described tract of land situate In New
Wostminster District:—
Commencing at a stake set by tho wagon
road on the nortii boundary of tlie town-
site of Douglns, thence east 10 ehulns,
thenco north IflO ohnltis, thenoe west 20
chains, thence south 100 chains, tlienco
cast 10 chnins to place of hoi)Inning—containing R20 ncres, more or loss.
JOSEPH MARTIN.
New Westminster, B. C,
November 20,1881. no20ml
ND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
-  many varieties of stock Indirectly
connected with the nbovc.
Having studied tho host markets fofltho
pant quarter of a century, economy In
purchasing has been attained by Importing In quantities direct from the publishers and manufacturers, nnd no pains Is
spared to keep a full and well-selected
■took.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
*3"Tho following Now Books Just received: Cuuuilluu Pictures, l>y Marquis
of Lornci Treasury of Songf tiravr's liu-
rivalled Family Atlas. oc29to
Ac., Ac, Ac, in fact
importers, Manufacturers, and
Dealers in
HARNESS
SADDLERY,
Harness Trimmings, &c.
Hav« opened a Store in the new
Colonial Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
And have a fine assortment of everything required In our Une,
THANKING OUR NUMEROUS PA-
troiis in all parts of tho Provinco for
past support, wo hope, liy strict attention
to the wants of our customers, I o continue
supplying them, and to gain new patronage in this vicinity. Wo feel confident
that wo can give better mpl cheaper Harness and Snddlcs tlinu eau be purchased
elsewhere, having a targe uiul varied stock
of everything on hand.
OUR  YALE  BRANCH
Is conducted by R, DEIGHTON,
and
SPENCE'S BRIDGE BRANCH
By J. W. BURR.
Pnrllt-sordcrlng from nny of those places
can have Harness, Ac,at frolghtndvances
on cost at this place.
Now West minster, Nov. 11,1831.
noSStc
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF —
~VAT.--.C3r E! S5
—FOll—
WHITE  LABOR
—OK  THK—
Canadian Facile Kailway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B.C.
CLOSE AT HAND TO THE IIAIMIOAD
STATION.
milE UNDiansiGNEB liiiYlng llltorl up
X "ita new I'sljilillslrrrrerrl nsii tlrtrt-i'lnfiir
i-t-stii..iritir, u.vlti. r.ht. iirrlilli'to hIvo hhn
a r-rrll where JllrrtlH rinr mrrrfil ull Ihe
Shortest Notice, Noxl door will be found
A Wi'll-Selcrleil Mock or
GROCERIES, GAME AND FRUIT
Also, a First-Clans Bakery,
p. oi.Ain,
4oci)in Proprietor.
NOTICE.
VTOTIOR 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
i\ the nndoi signed Intend to applyto
tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds aud Works for n lense for timber
purposes of tlie undermentioned parcels
of land situated In New Westminster District :-
No. 1.—On the north shore of Curdero
Channel,comnioiiclng nt Iho N.W, post
of pieces already applied for: thence 40
chains east, thenco l*jo chains north,
thenco west 40 chains, moi'e or less, to Die
allure, thence in n southerly direction, following the shore line to ilie point of commencement—containing WO acres, more
or less,
No. 2.-Commencing nt a point on the
north shore of Thurlow Island nearly Op*
posite the upper end of Chimin* Island,
thence Rnu Hi 120 chains, thence wost 00
chains, thenee nortii V20 chains (more or
less) to the shore, thence following the
shoro line lu an easterly direction to the
point of commencement.
HASTINGS RAW MILL CO.,
lliciin, H. Alexander,
Manager,
Burmrd Inlet, R, C, Nov. ID, 1881.     26ml
BUY THE BEBT QUALITY
Union India Mber Go1!
RUBBER BOOTS
Beware ot Imitations,
Be suro the boots aro stumped CRACK
PHOOKon the huelsi, und hnve the Pure
(lum springs on the foot and instep, which
prevent thoir cracking or limiking. Wo
nre now mulling thein with Rubbcrand
Asbestos Soles, which will make thom
lust more limn twice us loug as any Rubber Hoots made.
FOR HALE BY ALL DEALERS.
AU kinds Rubber Belting, Packing,
Hose, Springs, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Eto. qpOPY-EAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. Pease, S. M. Runyon, AgentB,
auHj-liii Sau Francisco.
VTOTICE.
PACIFIC
That will be required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bottom tu top,
Ordors for Scroll Hawing, Trimming
uml Shaping, will bo promptly and care*
fully attended to, We pay particular attention to the manufacture of good, dry
Salmon Boxes,
And wo believe our customers will bear
us out In saying that we make
Tbe M Salmon finu on the fa
Wo sincerely thank those who have favored us with their patronage in the past,
nnd beg to solicit a continuance of their
favors. During the past winter wo have
mado extensive additions to our Mill, and
enn now All orders more promptly and
cheaply than ever. We have chartered
tho steamer "Iris" for the season,and will
therefore bo able to deliver Lumber
promptly. We have also to announce to
the eltUens of Port Moody that we have
opened a branch of our business at that
place, and will he ulilo to fill orders from
there In a few days.
DeBECK BROS. A CO.
New Westiniuster, Mar 38th, 1881. Ite
(To bo Continued.)
!i printing of aU kinds neatly flono
e Columbian otDco.    I'rioes will bo
Job
at the   ____
found lower than ut any other oilice in
the (iCoVlncfll—Ad$
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
Government Street* Victorin, B, C.
Overseers ...    .
Rock Foremen..
Earth Foremen.
Bridge Foremen
Bridgo Carpenters,
1st class  "
Bridge Carpontera,
'2nd class 3 00
Maaons 2 50 to
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to
Ist
..$125 00 per month.
S3 B0 to 84 00 t» day
2 50 to  3 50    "
3 50 to   4 50     "
50
3 50
3 50
Blacksmiths,
class 	
Blacksmiths,
class 	
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, THAT
Thirty days after dato wo intend
iiiiiitingiippiic.il ion to ihe chiof Commissioner of Lund: und Works for n lease for
timbering purposes of llio following described lauds sltuntc lu Coast District
British Columblu:
Thact No, lt—Commencing from u point
on Went shore line of Village Hay on Vul-
dez Island, ubuut 10 cliuiiis due East of
tho East bbund&ry ot Lot 10, .u..p" I,
CoqbI District, and 20 ehulns South of uio
North East comer of said Lot 10; theuce
Wesl about -il) chains to Eust boundary of
Lot 10; thence following boundaries of
said Lot io oa follows:—North'JO ehulns,
West 40 chains, North 40 chains, West 40
chnins, Smith 80 chains. East 20chnins,
South i<0 chains, nlong Wost bounduryor
Lot 1(1, ltnngc I, and Lot li, Rango 1; l hence
West 40 cliulijs, thence North OU ehulns,
theuce West OOchalns, theuce North 100
chains, thenee West 80 chains, thence
North £10 chnlns. thence East AW chains,
thence South about 00 chnins to North
shore of Village Buy hike, thenee iu u
Westerly direction, following meandcrings of shore lino of lake to its head about
'2% miles; thenco in uu Easterly and
Southerly direction, following shore linu
of South side of hike io Its outlet into
Village Buy, a distance of 6 miles (more
or less); thence true Mouth to thu shoro
Uno of Village Bay a distance ofiochnlns
(liioio or less); theuco in a Westerly dl*
ruction, following mcundcrlugs of shore
line of vlllugullity u distance uf about it)
chnins to point of commencement. Save
nnd except.)herein the Indian Rosorvo ut
Village Buy, the boundaries of which wo
do not know. Said described portion of
land Is estimated to contain about 0,000
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that wo
tttttmd mnking application tn the
Chief Commissioner of Lumln and Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following described lands Eitu-
utcd iu New Wostminster District:
1. Commencing at n post on the shore of
Olllles Bny, Texada Island, about one
mile N. Vf. of Shelter Point, extending
nloim the shore for a distance of 100
chains, with u depth of 80chains,contain-
i ng 1280 ucres, moro or less.
2. Commencing'at a post on the North
shore of Curdero Channel, nearly opposite
Hcnhnm Island, extending nlong tho
shore forn distance of loo chains, with a
depth of 160 chains, containing liiOO acres,
more or less,
!I. Commencing at uslukcon the shore
of Hemming Bay, Thurlow Island, nbout
one-half mile West of Jackson point;
thenoe following the shore lino I'JOehulns;
thenco in a N. W. direction 240 chnins;
thence Easterly UIO chains; thenco South
to point of commencement, containing
8500 ucres, moro or loss,
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
Ricuj). H. Alexander,
Mu linger.
Burrard Inlet, B. C„ ROM) July, 188t.
nul.110 ■___
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GCMP'Y.
I Old Bkoad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES 4 OTHET.
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Mereliai>-
disc, Manufacturing and Farming 81 ick,
Ships in I'ort, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships mill l-
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ve ,-
Bols on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FBOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BI FIRS.
SuhscritK cBtcd Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can he obtained on application to
W. J.  AltHSTRONU,
Agent for New Westminster.
TkactNo. '2.—Commencing at a point
ou East shore line uf Village Buy luke,
about 60chains due North from tho head
A 60
2nd
3 00
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, It. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
OABBIAGES,
-AND-
Agricultural Implements.
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     ■
Driller!  2 00 to 2 25     *
Laborers  1 75 to 2 00    '
Hewers, Ist class   3 50 "
Choppers, Ut clasa _ 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, 1st class   2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Cheat Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will he convenient
along the Line,   Board—$5 por week.
It will not he compulsory for Employees to hoard in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will ho paid monthly, on the
10th of each month, ,
A.  ONDERDONK,
GENERA!' Manaobb.
Offick of the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1863.
of VllUtge Buy; thonco EMt uo ehulns,
tlicnco Nortii IM chains, thcucu West 80
ehuiiis.niomor iess.to tho shore tno of
Village Buy lake; thonco Huuthcrly, following mcundei liih's of shore line of lako
to point of commencement, Ham de-
Hcrlbed portion of land Is estimated to
conltiln 1,000 acres.
New Westminster, B.C,
December 1st, 1S»1.	
do3uil KNIGHT BBOS.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO R.R.
, 0>T»A<TOK'K OFFU'IJ,
VictoiUA, Belli. K, lm.
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
For While I*l>or on Hie Esquimau
and Xiiiiuluio Hallway.
Rock Foreman..... tf 00 to 14 00 per day
Earth Foreman 2 50 "3 00     "
Bridge Foreman 3 50 " ioo    "
Bridge Carpenters  a oo    "
Blacksmiths, 1st class .150     "
Drillers 2 00 " 2 25     "
laborers 1 75 " 2 00     "
Howers  HOO     "
Ohoppem „ 1 75 " 2 00     "
All outside labor ten hours per day.
All carpenters lo furnish their own cucst
tools.
All employees tlml themsolvCH hoard
bed and lodging.
Boarding Houses will   be convenient
along the line.
Bonrd, ?! pur week. .
It wfll not bo compulsory for employees   SOU Kearney street, Ban Fntiiclnco, Cut.
to board in the company's houses. '  «—.— _._ . _.
Wages will be paid monthly on the 15th
n each month,
'1IUHAM A BITHK,
-mite Contractors,
-0tiwmt
BSONUMENTS
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE  D1BPBN8AR\
HO)■; Kearny St., San Pranelieo, Cal*
ESTAIJLIBIIED roll TOE BCIKSTinO  ASI* HPFKI>T Ol IB
or CiiRoiftc, Nun von tno 3i>iciu niuiu.
THE EXPEBT SPECIALIST,
T\K. AI.LKN, AB IS WKI.L MiOWN, If A
XJ rt*ifiil«r srmtiiuti'il Fliyricl m, dtHoatta itt
rowilolii College unit Unhuriity tr Mlchlian. lit
limil'vuii'd ii lifulimu tn tlj« **tu - or tlw treat-
mriit mid cure of dlirnu<i within lit .jjjwliilty.
TTOTTUffO XkTKm
AmlMIDDLE A«Et> MEN, whonreiutforhi* ft ra
llm HtW'ir*- uf Yuutlifld liK-IUi'rt'tUnii or T\ts ■
in iimtiirtT ytmn-.NLiiviPi'H end I'nreicAi nntiLiTY,  .
IvpuTrscK,  Lobt MAStiimn, conft»lon or Idcei,
■hilley-M, wu'vlim totocifty, dcupOUi^ury, ,.lm-
1'ltii uu tlm f'U'u, li nn of imi-rgy nad memory, fre>
qumii-y of urlntdittg, etc,
MY HOSPITAL BXPEIUENCB
(lliivliij* lii'rn Hiirgcou hi clause of two leading
linptiiilttl-i) I'luiMri* nm I" (rent ell nriftte trouble!
with excullciil iv-mlin. I wiili it illitinctljr under*
ituoit that 1 dn not clvlin to perform Impneilbill-
tlee, or to hnve inlruculoui ur iiipornatural power,
1 cluiiu only to bn a nklllhii mid micceuful l'hyil-
dim nml Siiirihui, thoroughly Informtil In my
epi-cielty—
DISEASES UP  MAN.
All spi'lylng to mu will receive my hmieil
opltiluu uf lliclr complaints—Xi> experimenting. I
"ill KHiinmn-u » inn-Ill**'1 run: iti every cue 1 un-
ihirluko, or forfeit tl,WQ, CunftiilUtjon in offlee
or by leilur rurr end Rtrklly private. Clmr«ee
re-iuionntile. Thorough exnmltmllon, including
clietuicnl mid iiiii'roncuplr*l minly-ili of urine, end
iiiivic, i.'..iw, onw bourn,» to8 daily, a to I
evening.   Hunday, u to 12 only.   Cell ur addreai
DR.   ALLEN,
A STOCK OF COFFIHS ALWAYS ON HAND
no24tc]
JOHNSTON & SMITH,
pROPRIBTOBi.
I-TOTIOEi.
In lite ItaMU of Hm. Ulster, ilMeMcd,
AU, PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE
deceased are required to pay tho respective amounts wherein thoy aro Indebted, to the undersigned without delny,
and all persons having claims against.
deceased tiro required   to furnish snmo
[iropoilv verified to the undorsigned on nr
icforo tl," 17th December, im.
WILLIAM McCOLL,
New Westminster, Administrator,
no221d
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
A LL APPLICATION!) FOIt PR1VATK
JA Hills, properly the subject o' leglslu-
lion by the Legislative Assembly of British Columblu, within the purview of the
"llrltlsli North America Act, MOT," whether for the erection of n Itrliljei1, the muklni*
of n IluHroHd, Turnpike Road, or Telegraph Line; the construct Inn nr Improvement of n Harbor, Canal, Lock, Dam, or
Wide, or other like work; tbu granting of
aright of Ferry; tho Incorporation of any
S articular trndo or calling, or of any Joint
lock Company; or otherwise for grunt lug
'tvldualor Individuals unyer-
aiunivti i-i peculiar rights or prlvifogt-
whalevor, or for dolnguuy matter orthlng
which In Its operation would ofl'ect the
rights or property of other parties, or relate to nny particular clnss of tho community; or for making any umendmetii
of a liko nature to any former Aet —shall
to An; Individual or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges
whatever, or for dolnguuy matter orthlng
which In Its operation would ufl'ect the
rights or property of other putties, or re*
lute to nny particular clnss of the community; or for making any amendment
of alike nature to any former Aet—shall
require a Notice, clearly and distinctly
specifying the nature and object of tho
application, to ho published as follows:—
A notico In tho Itrittnh VatumMa Gazette,
and In ono newspaper published in the
District nfTeotcd, or If thero be no newspaper published therein, then lua newspa-
pei Inthoiiextnoarest District in winch
a newspaper Is published,
Hitch notice shall be continued In each
case for a period of at least six weeks, during the Interval of time between the close
of the next'proceeding Hcssloti uud the
consideration of the Petition.
49* Hi-iiiriiilii-r, the Doctor une * VsasTtltl
ConroUMi, thu remit ef ninny vr-ere of ipecir.1
priicticuNiidhmdNtiidy, wlilcli, under hie ipeclel
niivfi'H, has never felled ot iiiccfh In tbe cure of
Iriur Manhood, Promtvronimii, eto.
THE GREAT EWH REMEDY
D. J. ROBSON,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Solo Agent lor British t'elumbln,
uu2tc
Hefore any Petition, praying for leave lo
bring in a Private Hill fotflho erection of a
Toll Bridge, Is presented to the House, the
—    i........ii.j„ fa potltlotl
Ana t)ic[notl<>o
orson or persons Intending to petition
for such Hill shnll, upon giving the]uotiee
fdescribed bythe preceding rule, nlso nt
lie same tlmonnu in the sumo manner,
(Ivo notico of tho rates which lhey Intend
S:lve notico of tho rates whieh lhey Intend
o nsk, the extent of Ihe prlvllegn, the
height of the arches, the Interval between
the abutments or piers for the passuKC of
rafts and vessels, and mentioning also
whether they Intend to erect a drawbridge
or not i nnd tho dimensions ofthe same.
THORNTON FF.LL,
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly,
scMlc
lollies, aud excesses lu maturer years,
DR, MINTIK will agree to forfeit
Fivo Hundred Dellim for a can of
this kind the Vltnl Restorative (under
his special sdrlce nnd t rent ment) will not
cure, or for ninihir g Impure ur Injurious
foutii' -It. DR. MINTIK treats all DIs-
eain nici-esafully without mercury,
Conciliation freo. Thorough examination snd advice, jta-M). Price of Tltftl
RMtontlrc, $»-oo n bottle, or four
times the quantity, $19*00* sent to any
address upon receipt of price, or C O.D.,
secure from obmrnlion, nnd In private
name if ocsircd, by A. K. MINTIK.
M.D.
Tliose who cannot visit DR, MINTIl
in Sun Krnnclscn should send a full and
minute sUteiuent ol (heir troubles with
$25-00, and In return a full course af
Medicine will he forwarded, securely
pneked. so us not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. O. t>, null
he iii-cnmpnuicil with $1,00 (as a guarantee of gootl fnith), which will be deducted when tin pnekn-re Ib shipped,
SAMI'LK ltOTTLK PflKK.—Bent on
npi'llnitiun by letter stating symptoms,
sex and ngc. Communications strictly
confidential. jnySl-ly
II Kraruey Hlswel, taa traaelMt. Cat,

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