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})  VOLUME 1
NEW yrSfmt\0gs\m%-^% THURSDAY JEVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1886.
•NUMBER VI
m
,ailB |#|l\i
Tkanday Evenlat. Sept. S3. 18M.
A peculiar case is on trial at Win-
j>og. William Stewart, manager
'the Western Union telegraph
[ice at Wichita, Kansas, some
'io since gathered) together a little
-eel of the company's money and
';ik the oft-tTOypUedro^toiOapa-
He suc*ce«led' in crossing the
k
ing t
'•der, but yiu crnttei.}y the
''nadian authorities 'ajicl'jrbseciited
ler the DpAiinitM I lajw wj*i6h
kes the bringing of stolen money
s> Canada a'pSnishaWe offense.
i proseoutiou'uWng'pushed by
j'j America*' Surely1 Cbmpany, 'By
fjoh  Stew^fffr|**is / boi-cledj ratal
' ich was compelled to make good
defalcator   to' the  Western
t'ion. The ■case is still pending,
I if Stewart1 is cohvioted, the
ret of the; trial (vill. be to make
hada almost as unsafe a place, for
conders As- Ohjioago ,is for anar-
»ts.—Seattle Post.     .-,
Hore than half* the population of
lada get a lining by' cultivating
iland. The whijuel^falation by
census of 1881 was 4,324,810,
[ich, at the rate, of 5 persons to a,
jiiily, would gi-WjlttW.tba '-''t-W
Of these Wl^Sj^re^lasspd,
'occupiers of 'la'iid' 403,491 'being1
iiors, 5T,2t^1«!>i-hta, >d S,m
ployees. The occupiers of 10
and uitdiii nuritired 76*,2p0>'
Ween 11.and'W acres, 93,325;
■ween 51 And 100 Sl!K*3,'li66,6f2;
ween 101 and ,200 acrei, 102J243,
i I over 200*(teres, S6.490. Though
| -e than hajlf the people are fann-
>' and the families,of farmers, we
'er hear Uhy iomplaliit about an
rproduction of whpjtt, or potatoes,
butter, or'-fe^ga ' 'Tlie squbalitig
(it lack bffuarkejt-comas J&pn*
i minority engaged in other oe'eu-
,ons than fartning.' OahWiv'does'
I want more cotton sninners or(
jenters or WittUiknW to cVowd'
, ie already, .engaged in those lines,,
wa few thousahd more farmers to
[ the produats'of townspeople's
istry would never aome amiss.
. true pdllcy'in the: interest of
.'. classes, is to give the farnusys,
jy encoutigeirierit.'■' Wien-tiiey
F doing wiB. the*': will keep towh
^le busy serving them.—Hamil-
Times.    Iti'.'-\    B [).'":!i li ;
'i i-T—* rrri   \  ft [
Bn the whole/thtiroturu'of the
form   carr^da*!  in .Haldimand
• 'i be couhtjed a victory for the
■ral pnrtjt' ■'■ ifiofernmeut held
J constitueiwy'*jjjen. fpfjinonths,
rder ta reap* anv advantage tlie
franchiaej iii .iduld* girt; and
the Liberals'
liely disappUi
!)her goven»raigex-|»5'«jtJ<ii*)of
trtious from the ranks'oii account
the pro-Riel r atti(o*)fe! *cM( Mr;
•ke and the leading party presa.<
| prestige! 'it vidti**),'then, r«-;
tna with the Lilyra|s,'ao*d this
verful thooghliiipaipriWe Iiiflu,
\ 'e will bo tqn; their I side in.t^q
ping contest. '.If tfiey had "lost
Idimand, iyia*r tm wcumitihtes,
tr holding, it so man} yean, this
st have li*** nioSI SscoiMgttig;
j leaving tty. fry,*fats mfi,f
sideration, as likely to belong to
', ft parties, this loss would havdj'
ited as if recruits from the old
Iformers might suffice to fill up
• gaps left in the. Tory ran]
bctions in-'djulibec:    Uow,:
km teMij;m
nd has not redressed Ohambly;
: 1 evidently rwk^n It W* «>•*«
nt of voting, the Riel question
Ighs very Httlb' with 'those of the
iters who cannot agproye the new
ffold-platfoH*', tod^ tiiey oontlnue
rote as Re-taj-ftf, properly, fete,
;s, regarding this tactical vagary
•he party lt*Jd«rt an' not sufficUM
justify their own even-temporary
centum friftiilie pOlHi' Wiheh less
; jrive them into the oauipiof tjiBj
ies. But with this encouraging
ipect—while thus at least hold-
J their own in Ontario, the 13b-
party haw: tp-jDrrtHir whether
j y are IlkeW^f^ r.yeiji.ipjt**^ in,
jbec by
M on Ji m
ige party-fn lllat province; .
ik they a*i«*l«»iydio'ne«t4*
ippointment; but if a victoij);»f
{tJltramontaue-Rielite coalition
! help them to power, then thoir
pees ure 1t!S'09!f f*3*ii'
/>, howovorHtrnt^-tals <| be,
it be with these as the chief fac-
i^tions'oah'flM-^oW D^ffi1
jor long, ai*4i t^jpajtwular allies
Uie Rouges wil*.i:,,aiu*el** :.hp J-**V
i i them, stranded high and dry.
jn the new Bhntioqa.ii'JjQuebeo
i Castors.baifciitheJ'^******-*,1'
jer may shifti-/M«i'these;tt>tlid;
:ora and Rielites, but scarcity, iii
'•
cue will Oatholio Quebec sub-
i men as the
to the rule of suoh men as
lent Roui_
u Ski
,.t
Sale 1000 ' -barreU aid kita cheap,
thb office. aplOtc
MeLKAir, M.D.
jffick — McKenzie St., opposite tlie
lookup. Restdbncr—Agnes St., Arstdoor
east ot Mr. Cunnlnelinmrs.
ja30te New Westminster, B. O.
H
tt. COOPER, B. A., M. D.
PHY8B3MM4STjpeEONi g \;>-
OFFIOB and "RESIDENOE-Oliuroh Bt.
(next door to Farmers1 Home), near
Columbia St., Sew Weitmliuler, B,0< f
rPICE H0nlt8J-S to Id a. rn.;* 1 to 8'arid
130 to 8 p. m.  Calls In town and conn-
'    -try promptly attended to, fe2to
BR. P. WELSH,
ri i O  **1   tiaVUO!
ii':   ';       i       DENtlST,
;.     nttf) ■ '•'■'. iColorllol Sotel,
New Westminster, B. C. ap28to
W-'kitoi*.*.,!'"!; i„:.'j'*!.
Fn*   'r .DENTAI. surgeon.
cJtk dental (.
skltfnl manner.;
.OFJirtJa at tlie Colonial Hotel.' dwaufltc
C.*K'"95u!Safli
Oi»rtc«J-Ovor D. S. Cnrtls ts Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St., New Westminster.
-f-teBHi-Mto^sy-StH"*  .^--'iS-^'rl'
Will vl.lt Chilliwhack the first Monday
and two following days In each month.
Te.th palnte..l)rextracted,   auk*'.
iFl '    BABRISTEBS^
."    soucitors, eto
Offloe, MckeniloStreet,Now Westminster,
and Vaneouve>,a C.       '....",.' J>'81dtrte
TTT   NORM AS BOI.K, .
'   '*''•    BABWSTBH*AT-LAW.
Jtvud Agent.     .,/     ■'[   Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
'' New Westminster, RO.
'fhafit
■JIJLBBRT j. IIILI.,      '., . '
j y ! [ etxii enqineeb,
Land Surveyor, Draugl.l.nwu, eia.
OFFicl*-Oiio door North  of Mossn.
Corbould A McColl's, McKensle Streot.
]       ll i j I       dw-soisto
[J.1088J3
i.1')    W4I.TBR ^WA-^WjJ,
fiO fl  Oil Au.llt^,A.oou»ta),t,,<tc. '
■joloiiiaVHotcI.NewWestr. d«el8ma
s.mjar. *,nO»»-».;«**.l«r mt
,'(9 [! 9 •     U»"*VI«A*«'' I i.i b* I
On and after the 21st Instant.  Offlce, New
i CaUdoaUYHotel, Murray St,, Fort Moody.
JL-I.. lia.ll .elSto 	
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MtRC,H«NT8,
WHARF STBEET • T1CT0BIA.
L     I      JklOSOSTTB  3-OB
North British aad mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland,
'111 JH.C.^tiTONrfc.Cb.,,   :',
. 36 Finsbnry Circus,
London, K. C.
m J. TRAPP,      ,",!':, '   UJll
'AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
T>*llrahia8treet^....iJ.....Ne*Wi>llt«il»lttr
, All commissions will  receive prompt
MM roWefal attention,   Best references
S* an wheu required,.   _    .   ., mhl2-to
j-.iV.      'u'i-1 li in .1
, Rent ana Debt collector.
BBYISRili flOOB FARMS TOR gill,
-OtlJ-ir.'	
A|eat for the .TBAVHEB**. ur*
. INSIIMANCJF.
nartr.nl. Cat
!—Ferris Street, New Westmln-
___•'-  -
ITestmln-
Real Estate, Afiiinrtije^••■-
^•seommMtsp^mfa.   £,
tiii, un,
-MOIDENT *
nrnmg*
Ua -bfia '
, COLUMBIA STREE-t,   ,       ,l:
*relep;|ii*no';l. NEW WE8TMIIISTIB,
ilolslo 	
RT-^
D BROS.
ESTATE nttOKKRI,
Conveyancer., Coll.otor.,
iWl'-fcArillU'kiieiil.l
IJ31TI
Offlce'atViOTORlA: Fort Street, '
Sf.9
I>ln8t.,p^i*jte**0lt
VANCOUVER, Oonlova Street.
1' *f)Wf,1DINO Jjumt for sale In all section.
■ pf V»#c»tijver m#rW W(?atmlniter,Oltjr,
m\m>ikmmitwm
Lanaley, Mf tsriul, mtmas, Mud Ilay.Lad-
ilcf's tahilllis, Lulu Island, Nortii Arm
■WMM^'*-**''* ""•',M  ''  *"
".fli»aHi,,.'i ... .,. ..,. i,
8Eoop-tfA*f»1'';-'' ■
ON ViRV FAVORABLE TERMS,
***■?!-.,'f "!'■■     ii.
B.O.STATIONJ!RY4 ?RIN-riNacp.
W'sio'" 'T (lywWTt,p. VfikmW * Co
I'M,
Co.)
1A tf M
IJVrl II
Cream & Fancy Cakes
"pBftNT STREET,  Opp. O. P. 1ft rW'miir.
ilwinio .■■»,.,1,'rw.
c. Mcdonough
,   | ffllHT JTK'T, NEW WttTMINSTER.
Dry Coods, Crooerles,
provisions, Crockery,
Classware, Boots & Shoes,
Ao , Ac.
THE REST GENERAL STORE IN THE
CITY-^TBYIT.:
Farm Produce taken athlghcst prioes,
IM dw-JlySlto	
JijWHiP
Carpenttr&BuilfleV
" Flam and Specifications for all
kind! or Buildings care.
jra^   fttiiy fwpwed..
JffltaG NEAttY A**-D CAREFtjrfi.
LY/EJCECIOTD.:        '• ;i
. ,.T, .   .   ~        ;'■     l      . ..-■ . ;'
g All o*xlers left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop, of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will tcceive prompt attontion. Your favor solicited. Je9to
J.A.CAWIJEY&C0,
HAVING PDRCHASED THE
Shingle Mill and
Pomp Factory
Al POPCUM, oro prepared tb execute all
Orders promptly and to the sutiifactlon
of their oustomfira.    I"
All klndi or TI'KNINC iloie to onler.
Ji A. CAWLEY A CO.
"'taflto' "    '..     POPbTJM,B.C."
H. KELLS,
i°    Manufacturer* Importer of
BOOTS an»
u *.
.-SHOES
ladle.'. Seat.', Mine.' and Children'.
■oots, ftt-ees and Sallen    .
>)ade to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBI*. 8TREIT,    •    OPP. NTACK MU
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
.. . mhtto
LEATHER & FINDINGS.
j
All Kinds or Hides nnd Skint Oak
and Hemlock Tinned. • .;
CASH PAID FOR HIDES ANI) SKINS.
On haml nlwayi a goiKCaapply of ion..
ther troth of my own manufacture anil
linportetl.       Q "-     '- ,. ■
I lmvo secured the services of Mr.Wm.
Burnett to sufeerintsntl tho custom m-
atrlng doportmen*.
ColumD^i.,Saw.wSlmllistcr.
, (dw-auayl). , ,
-4-
le Model TaDur
Columbls St., Kew Westminster.
-ft AVINO JUST ItECEIVKnOtIR NEW
H Spring Stock, we Invite Inspection of
the finest selection of       .au'.'. vf
«n«u.», s
•, Freaek,
iihSUITINGSI
Ever shown In New Wt-mmttiHier. We
ha\*e wonrod (ho dolvlcos of MH. HUGH
O'HAOAN,ii practical ("utterwho hHH had
loagexpcrlcm-Pln London,PariH,ft*nd the
loiullng eBHterii cities, nnd foraOOOl) FIT
and ftrilftf tc »ty[(! we defy competition,
■',Mii»W;,v■       I       THpfc.'\VAIJW.
i''t lt>  ■'' —TTT ~™~
rPI'ONEKH
. wjlil M.r-ViANiii*-.
TtJAS 'AftWAV* !)S HAND A GOOD
IT  .upply of'
fresh and Sail Wm*r lith.
t&>    OAMJl XM* 8BABOH-.
DEALER IN SktNS AND I'ELTRIKH,
Purehnsrv. will lietlollvpreil In nny pnrt
of the Clly free of charge. V     <l-'l.vSI)l
Tt**—'
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Miuiufucturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW .WESTMINSTER, B. O.
dw-Jly81ti	
MANUFACTORER OF
BlgsiB||i|riil£BS,
•T^r^^4*1^'^-''
Blacksmitn and Machinist
AU Kinds of UmAinetv, Patent Locks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, fto., fto.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
.lh Sill Ifi branches.  Farmers', Loggers*,
■' Mill and Contraot Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
'-'blwksmlth line made to order.
Having rccured flrst-class workmen, we
feel confluent of giving satisfaction.
Bar Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jly81tc]   Columbia St., Now West.
wm, Mmns,
A large Assortment of
QOODS
■'''-AN**)-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS QN HAljtp....   ,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AN* fOil l»Kl!VrtEb T*
ANY PABT OF THII < ITV.
|  W« ran two stages dully, ex wptSondays,
-to Port Moody, carrying H.M.8. mails.
As no liquor or tohai-cbisused weoan by
temperate habits and careful*economy
eetvo the publio at especially low rates.
1'' dwseSOto '
.   , PlIACTieAL
JEWELER,
MllUIBll STRFET, .'- H* WESTMINSTER.
Opposite lunuliighani A (Vs.
*T IATK MAttATOR FIOK SAVAGR A
- LYMAfc,. VOftfRKAU
ChrtHiometers', itepenten, Chrono-
gripliers, ind all fine Watch
3   . O repairs a Specialty.
A -WY:6Nfe HAVING WATCHES WtttoU
A liavo been Injured by incompetent
witch repairers can be made equal to new
.again. JEWELUY of all kinds made and
repnli$0-"1AII work warranted; charges
ihodenile.   Est (mates given freoof charge.
flK« Wistehes mmA Jewelry cheaper
(MiM'ftvy wlher hounr |«n, c.
liBADOWiSpUD 13 CARAT GOLD AM-
ERICXV STEM WIMDXNO WATCHES,
accuruto ttiiiekcoficnt IV; usual price, IK.
NAtldNAt:
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
W.PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEAIJrJRS IN
AM, KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
49*To shop lately occupied by Mr, Daroy,
Columblastreet,
Call and oxamlne our Btock and prlees
la-r-.r-- l.iiylir.'.   \V"iuii't tCl^DUUOLO
1^ Uie city.
dono.
Repairing of all kinds neatly
W. PROTHERO A CO.
sel6te
Importer and Dealer in
j. g. bunte;
B
Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw
.    Mattresses to Order.
Blanket*-,Chamber Bets. Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper, i
Baskets, Bird Cages, Flower nits,
Hanging Baskets, Pictures,
Frames, Brackets, I
Baby Carriages, etc.
Plelilres framed aud Repairing done
to order. Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty,
Plense give ub a call before purchasing
elsewhere J, G. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Oflico, Columbia Street,
apntc New Westminster.
J. W. HECKLEY
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
MANUFACTURERS,
.—tii——''.'      ■,"'
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring nnd Wool Mattresses and
Bedding always oh hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
LARGEST AND BEST HTlM K OF MIR
■   NITVRE ON THE MAINLAND.
Gstlmates for Office aud Store Fittings.
An experienced'upholsterer hns been
engaged by the Arm, who ore now prepared lodo all kinds of work In the upholstery line. djlySto
SUN  LIFI
OF   CANADA.
Business or t885.-»Illb Department.
Income, 3319,067.05; Increase, {41,007.40.
Assets, $ML1|0M.88; Increase, 1180,007.00.
New Life Applications, 82,008,071.48;   In-
crenso,8707,229.aa
Lifo Policies In forco. 87,030,878.77;  Increase, ? 1,08(1,474.73.
ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT.
By 1 nt rod ue Ing Its popular Unconditlon-
nl Llfu Policy the BUM showed ilself oue
of the most liberal Institutions of Ils kind
In the world. It maintains this refutation by following tho samo course In Ito1
Accident Dr-piirtment,    It olflprs to the
public incomparably
The Most Liberal, St ml*III forward. Un.
teclwlcal Accldeat Polley Im Exblenec*
The following are a few of the points of
luperlorlty:
TIFTEKK E
.'iftben Days of Giuck are allowed.
(fleo condition 1). No other Company In
America allows one honh
BoNUa-Hhould no claim be made for
five years, the sixth year's assurance will
bo allowed free of chargo, If the ago Is
under dl. (Seo condition 2). Very few
other Companies give this privilege.
Policies Not Voided by engaging in
a moro hazardous occupation than that
assured against. ..For partlcutore sce.Po**
llcy. This advanta-ge can * bo obtained
hardly anywhere else.
.Hbsidkncr — Moro libernl  conditions
than given by nny other Company in America.
R.MACAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Direotor.        * President.
A. E. IMRIE, General Agent,
Victoria, B.C.
: JOHN O. McLBOl), Agent,
JlyJBto Now Westminster, B.C.
1        " *U|UUU,UUUi
ESTABLISHED A.D. 1822.
Rates as Low as Any
3f)jf (W*er Company.
DETACHKD DWKLLiyfiS, Jper cent.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
(dseJ0Jo j VfAtOK-I^T.
BOY WANTED.
AN   ItJTEr.WORN*'  BOT- WANTKTt
'ID fount tho iirlntliiB Iraslnoss. Apply
At lil.nfftpo, tlmmto
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supplyW -fM
TURES. GLOBES,
&c, are on the* waly.
■fflp Orders may be left at
RAND BROS?
J. L. STAMFORD,
J-JljJIIc
BOYS WANTID.
TWO   SMART   BOYB  AVANTBD AT
onee to sell the Daily Columbian.
Apyly nt This Onlee. dntiHlc •
SPENCE'S BRIDGE. B. O.
W*R BKQ TO INFORM YOU THAT
** we have leased lhe Morton House
at Rpence's Bridge from Mr. Murray nnd
that it Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. Wo would respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise if yon
will favor us with lt to do nil wo can to
satisfy you In every, respect. Mrs. Reid,
who has had muoh experience, will attend lothe culinary department.
We remain-, yours respectfully,
•KBID A NEFF.
COTTACE TO RIOT
"I K A PLEASANT PART OF THB OITy.
WOOuSflUKNEK A GAMBLE.
. apjglc
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAViWT TAKEN P08SKSSION OF
'tbe "Temperance Houbb," fronting
on Columbia and Churoh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
its the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day	
Single Meals .'.'.'.
 91 00
 5 00
..............    26
..>.....     25
M-Good accommodation for Ladles and
families, .    [ f rayfltc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN* DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing. B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
L form the people of British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner'i- Landing, and is prepared to fill
all 'orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees imported or borne grown ac-
cordinp to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has hod a thorough practical
training in tho bmlness, ofta having a
fiermiment stake In Hie country it is liis
nterest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention,
Bifl2tC E. HUTCHERSON.
"BLUE STORE"
24-"*
This only place on
tbe Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
changed to the
hour system or Standard Time.
*J*rA!l Business Men and Merchant,
should keep this time, as Steamboat, and
Train, arrive and depart hy the same.
STIR8KY,
WATCHMAKER,
Columbia's*., New West. dwauSyl
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Keirlj Opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NEW WEffTMlSsTER.
rB LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
UMtrtmant of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, uid supplied to Famine., Kortnurants, ud.StMmbo.ta at th.
J LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Just Opened.
BtllblriamiCc,
at Lo«»isf wm,
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A SPECIALTY.
NO. 7' OOLUMillA S^RtfET,
ilw.ilJlta     Hnll.ronk'" Hl»nr ItKlMllu.
FOR  SALE:
ll(\  ACKES-IMPROVED  FARM.-
it'ttj    Easy Terms.  Applyto
W. Ol McDOOQALI,,
Jnl2te Elgin ¥. O.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tlieLANO-'
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill In
good order. For particulars apply on the
premises to ,   H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto S HEI.MCKEN, Victoria.
Land for Sale!
•pETWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOU*
O sand Acres of tbe very best Alder*
bottom and PraJrfeLnnd, fn Township U,
Now Westminster Diatrlct. Will be sold
In one block or.In subdivisions to suit,
on very liberal terms.	
MATHERS, New West
. dwJlyiMina
In subdivisions to suit,
arms. Aprlyto HENRY
v Westminster City.
wjlyWrnll
For Sale or To Rent
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm for
for sale or rent Also, Milch Cows
aud young Cattle, Hors, nnd a few young,
Horses. - There are several pairs or good
steers that would mnke excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls In the province. The stock Is all
very gentle.
M.NICHOLSON,
mh3tc Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR   SALE
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKeuxIe streets, now
In the occupation of Capt.Grant; contain i
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farms near City.    ,,   ,
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bay. **
So acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
7-1 acres of valuable Land 2 miles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be eut
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je23to     Laud Agent, New Westminstor,
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
r
MILES'   FROM    LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wajjon
Road; two other roads runningthroufh
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS.
22'c Ladner's Landinu,B.C.
For Sale!
(ON EASY TERMS)
6 span of Work llenes,
10 Car Moles,
6 Team Mules,
i Saddle nones,
i yoke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage; Team,
1 Piano In good order,
8 Dump Carta with Iron Ailei,
A number of second-hand Wheel
Barrows,
1 Buckeye Mower (uew),
1 Ithlca Hay Rake.   . ■
For particulars applyto
T. J. TRAPP,
rayiotc Auctioneer, N. W.
Every Man to his own Business
-i-..
PRACtlOAL   I    .,   J
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMSty  jSThEET
(CPP. COLONIAL HOTKL),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Fhyilclans' Prcierlptlous and Family Recipes a Specialty.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drip used.
Over twenty ven»' experience.    mrtS
NOTICE
JS HEREH\ GIVEN that applloatlon
will be made to -in- liOglslatlve Awem-
iyoftheProvIb-e ••( Rrltlah Columbia,
nt tbo next session thereof, tor an Act to
incorpu rate n company tor. tbe purpose of
constrn.'Mnc. munfiRlti* and mrilntiifnlDf
Water v orksrt(bo.ierinlni<lj»mt«rtti#
Canadian rnciflo Rnilway 011 Coal Harbor
and"En),'llfih Ray, Mid for the purpo«M
irlvllegt
theftffrgran tlw* to the?aldjyjm*ian-y tbf
, .Burnaby;]
poltrts.-wltti power tot— -
to build flumoB.iiqueilHctt-.layjfilpi
...      _ jlng water fromCapllano
Creek, Bumnhy. Ijtike or other amUhl*
power.to the said company
dams, orqulro lands* aud do ali
and things necessary for in-
pipe*, erect
I other actp
e purpotei
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for AiTpllcatiti.
Dalod September JOth, 1885.
Public Notice
New WeAniB^r Foblie Libruy.
fPHK UNDER^IGJiE^JTSAtitS TO,
1 tho kliidiieSa artd penhlftlilon of the
ffaybrithd OltyCouijollUwo. weeks mo,
re-opened the 'Publio l.lbrrtn'.and Ukn
tiiiHopporttml^vto olfrr, an imitation.tq
nuddentti 0t Now Woitmlhoter to uuy l)lm
a visit- Paper* and MrtRiultteB m»m nil
dlrt'ctloiis,ere ireoeWed, for patrona ^tid
vlKitors.nnd mbruwlu be added lncasciv
reiiHonabln support Is obtAlneU. The
terms nre Wt cent* u montli, tn Ativan?*, as,
piipmii, Ac, are paid f or Tn'-advance. This
will amount to about.,2oenU| a.day,«r the
cant of one cigar for seven dnys permisalpn
to see news from all over theWrW, and
elcRiuit books -which_, may bo ohapged
every M bourn! There Is no compulsT6h
alxiutthlH, but thoao who bclltv« in getr.
ting fto W of tboraln and who SftR.-qowy
a ili>ccnt tire will dM-Mless appreciate this
Institution. iMllesand straiigerfl »r« free,
so donbtlewi all the pnrfles Who;b#I6v«'W
Uluc Ribbon will couu forward) at onoe
and Jold this attractive affair, both for
their own credit and that of othen.Come
one, come all, and you will be attended to
by one who cnu soup nll c1nsses,vli.:
Yours llesnectfull.v,       I
HENRV Vf. HUGHE"
New West.,.Aug. 20.18fKt.
dauia NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
New Fall Goods J. Ellard & Co
Excursion Chilliwhack Fair
Starr Kidney Pod Langley k Co
Private Board Mrs. McDonald
gailfi fritislt Columbinn
Thmrsday Evening, Seat. 211, lust.
A Sensible Woman.
Because a woman happens to be
the wife of»the president of the
United States, it does not follow
that sho is wiser than other peoplo,
although her high social position
gives great weight to her utterances.
A great deal has lately been said
about Mrs. Olevelrad. anil a great
deal wliich that lady doubtless
wishes had never been said. Her
private affairs have been paraded in
thc public newspapers to such an
extent that one can tell almost' every
day what hour she rises and what
she gets for breakfast. But Mrs.
Cleveland does seem to be a very
sensible person for all that, and it is
certain that this kind of public no-
toriety is not of .her seeking. Whenever she has given a public expression of opinion it has been of such
a kind as to command publio respect. Recently she was asked by a
Mrs. Crow,' of Virginia, what she
thought of ,th'e propriety bf a wo
man's signing the total abstinence
pledge. The answer is' worthy of
the woman mul, the distinguished
position she occupies. It is as follows: "The subject to which you
refer, and on which you ask niy advice, is one upon which youV own
conscience must dictate the wisest
course foryourself to pursue. You
have better opportunities for knowing how you can do tfie most good,
and it seems to me that should be
the standard by which,we women
should settle our'great questions in
life: It rarely occurs that slie needs
for horself the restrainipg influences
of a temperance pledge; but if by
placing oneself under such an organization we can better help our
fathers, brothers, lovers and friends,
I think tliere should be no hesita
tion in the matter, I know something of the Good Templars, and
that they do much good work. It
is quite certain you can do no harm
by casting your lot on the side of
temperance, and; you may do much
good. I do not consider it a small
matter by any means and I am glad
you asked ine this question. It is
encouraging to 'know of every sister who wants to add.lior strength
to the cause which, happily, some
day will rid our land of ruined.men
and broken families." This reply
can scarcely give offetioe to any one,
and it furnishes a rule of action
which many women and men in our
own country would do well to adopt.
Our Next Representative.
It is currently stated that threo
or four candidates are already looking about with a view to obtaining
the nomination as representative of
this city and district in the house
of commons. It may be presumed
that an election will be hold shtjrtly
to Ull the vacancy created by the
death of our late lamented representative, and it may not be too soon
for the electors to be discussing the
question. Our advice is to make
no promises-, until tit is definitely
known who" is in tlie.'field. Some
people cannot say no; The first
person who asks them to sign a
petition or to pledge a vote will obtain their consent whether they
approve or not. It is in this way
often that unworthy projects ore
made to suoceed awl unworthy candidates are placed at the head of
the polls. Some* of this sort of pet
pie will even sign a petition ana a
counter petition sooner than deny
a request. Of this kind were some
who signed 'thd petitiims both for
and against the' granting of hew
licenses at tlie late license court.
Persons who do this sort of thing
ought not to have a vote, because
they do not make an intelligent nse
of it, and become the tools of men
who have a selfish purpose to accomplish. We hope.no elector will
pledge his vote to an unworthy candidate in the approaching election
because he has hot back bone enough
to say no. Let us first see who are
in the field, and choose the man in
whose honesty, worth and ability we
have the greatest confidence. Our
late representative was a man against
whose public or private character
no breath of scandal ever came.
We ought not to go backward, but,
if possible, lot u» advance. I/st our
next representative be M good as his
predecessor at least, and better, if
possible. Let him be a man of clean
hands and hones'-;ptfi-p6se,'and'bbth'
willing aud able to stand up for the
best interests of the district and the
province. There nre some questions
of groat importance likely to come
before the house, of commons at its
next session, and there are many
matters of gloat interest to tbis distriot especially *hat #iU.ci*jnetipfor
discussion betwoen our next representative amd'tfa. government at
Ottawa. WttjVjW'V therefore,
choose a man' whose interests are
thoroughly identified with our own,
and ono whon? we can trn^ttoput
the publio interest before any personal schema" of ,hfr AytfC. \Letthe
electors reject firmly the/proposals
of any person who has an axe of
his own togtjit8l„|'
PRIVATE BOARD.
BOARD MAY BE HAD IS A PBIVAJrE
Family-third door nbovc Mr. Lewis'
Blacksmith shop. „ „
usofflwi     mi's. j. a. Mcdonald.
What Potsiciam Sav About the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has tor some
time been recognized by Medical Men to
be the most simple und oH'cctun! means
of convoying lo DlnenseilOigans, "Curatives," but in cases of Kidney Disease anil
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment was pracllcably impossible until the Introthictlon of tlie'Smrr Kidney
P)id. It costs less than a single prescription and is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than c.ny quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing; Worn immediately over
the seat of Disease, its curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
as required to Insure In return their healthy action and original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant in its
effects, ami cures when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive- results. A more valuable
discovery as a truo remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never mado.—Medical Gazette
The Starr Kidney Pail, manufactured
lu Toronto, Is n permanent suro cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain In the small of the back, sides, otc,
producing urinary disorders, such as too
frequent, scanty, dlfttcuU, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting .the presence in the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder and passages,BrlgRfa disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc Send for pamphlet to IiANQLKY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retail*"
ed by A. M. HEUItlNG and D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster, and T. McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing. dwse23yl
EXCURSION
CHILLIWHACK
AGRICULTURAL FAIR
Tuesday, M Sept,, 1886,
Str. "RELIANCE"
WILL LEAVE C. P. J*. CIVS WHAHF
AT .7 A. Ml SHARP.
FARE ONE WAY ONLY.
ROYAL CITrTRASS BAND
IN ATTENDANCE.
UPON ARRIVAL ATCHILMWIIACK
the Bund uud Excursionists will be
conveyed to the Fair Grounds on the lirst
train over the Centrevllle R. R.—eight
large wagons drawn hy u steam engine. .
A Grand Entertainment In the evening
nt, Henderson Hall,
Throe steamers leave Chilliwhack for
New Wostmlnster Wednesday morning.
Ail Odd Fellows In good standing are
cordially Invited to visit Excelsior Lodge,
No. 7, Monday ovening, Wth Sept., at 8
dwseMld
no. ., a
o'clock.
Telephone Call No. 6.
P. 0.80X71
WM McCOLL
hm\ MirtUi!
Dry Coods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
MHWBOM'S BLOCK, Columblu St.
rlw-IIUJitc
il it Hi,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
One   Night  Only!
SATURDAY,  SEPT'R 25.
Commence ut 8 o'clock prompt,
AMISSION,     • ■-   15 -ft 50 CRHT8.
Professor Bosco
'    THE WORLD RENOWNED MAOIOIAN,
WHO HAS PERFORMED,KOR ONE
.continuous nin of 2 yesrs in London, England; tocrowded and delighted
audiences In Paris, France, for 0 months:
with great success In all the principal
towns and cities in Canada and tlio United Stnten, and In other parts of the world.
The press everywhere pronounce Bosco to
bo one qt Lhe cleverest magicians and entertainers tho world has ever produced.
:Mr* Bosco will appear In his new grand
entertainment, entitled,-  .
Two Hours Illusions!
BSCKor Programme see small Bills and
Programmes In the Hall.
Two hours roal genuine fun. The audience kopt In ronrs of laughter the whole
evoning. Tiio entertainment Is select and
without vulgarity in every respect.
Don't forget tho date -- SATURDAY,
Sopt, 25. ' ~     	
A. H. V.
AVT,1>?Cl-*lBlr Vigor cures batdneia.
A X JCiXV O Hnir Vigor restores youth*
foi frcriincBi end color to faded and gray
hair. It attains these' result* by ibe stimulation of 'the hair roots and color glands.
It rejuvenates tho TT a Tp and cleanses it.
It restores to tbo Jx Alii that, either hy
reason of ago or diseases of tho scalp- has
become dry, harsh and brittle, a pliancy and
glossy silken softness of extreme .beauty.
There Is no flyo in Ayor's Hair \TTfiCk"O
and the good It doea Is by tbo » 1UVXV
It imparts to tbo follicles, and the clean-
linesa aad healtbfltlnoia of the condition
in -whlcb It maintains tlie sculp, - Fl**
A "Vi^'O 'Q. •*•*"*■■ T'sw ronowa 'th* Wfr*
A X XjXV O Hnlr Vigor la tlio best cum
known for' Brashy Hulr, ficaid Uood, Itching
Humors, Tetter Sores, Torpid Follicles, and
all oilier diseases of tlio scalp that canae
the fulling of tbo tt a tt> and Its fading.
Nothing cleansesXlAllio-rtbenuliucf
of dandruff so perfectly, aud io effeetoally
?revolts lu return, us Ayib'b IUd* VllOB.
a addition .to Uio ouratln and lestflMHW
virtues peculiar to Ayor's Hair \TT_1_±_r\_\_.
lt Is n toilot luxury. Tho Hair V 1UU1*
Is by fur tho cleanliest hair-dresslng made-
It causes tbo liair to grow thick and'toll*
and keeps lt always soft and glossy. t
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Contains no delsterlona Ingredients.   Its um
prevents all- scalp disease, secures against tho
hair growl-og thin or grny, and suroljr mjrsi fll..
baldness iii'at Is not orgnnlc» ■■  . .*- <*. < w.".   •
•     PBEPARBD BT
Dr. J. G. Ayer & Co., Lowell, MaM.
Sold by All Drogflsta.
Estate of Henry 0, Hyde,
DECEASED.
TENDERS 'WILL BE ItECEIVED By
the uiiilerslj-noil until too JSnl ilny of
Septtimbev, 18JJB, lor tlio purohuse ot both
oreltluiro! the following, vis.: An undivided half Interest In Lots, Block 21, in
the city of New Westminster, and ulso nnj
undivided liulf Interest In Lot 78, Group
One, Now Westminstor District, fronting
on Burnaby Lake.
E. A. JENNS,
dsodtd Administrator.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CL'ABKSON STREET,
Opp. Registry Offlce, Now West'r.
PAPER HANGINC, SUZINC, KALSOMINIHC, &o.
wallTaper.
Tiio largest assortment of Wall Papor
In the City, com prising newest patterns,
nlivays on hum! ut bottom prices. Samples on view at T. R. Pearson A Co.'s
Storo, Columblu St. Taper hnmflat at
specially low rntes. dieliftc
Tender* for n License lo cut Timber on
Dominion Landa In Ihe Province of
Brllish Colnmbia.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRE8SED TO
the undersigned, and murked "Tender tor n Timber Berth," will be received
nt this Ofllce up to noon on Wednesday
the 1st duy of December next, for three
timber berths of fifty square miles each,
moro or less, nu inhered respectively 16,17
nnd 16, sltunto on the west aide of the Columbia River, near Oolden City Station
on the Uno of the Canadian Pacific Railway, in the Province of British Columbia,
Sketches shewing the position, approximately, of these berths, together with the
conditions upon which thoy will be licensed, and the forms of tender therefor,
may be obtained nt this Department or ai
the Crown Timber Offices at Winnipeg,
Calgary, N. W. T., and New Westminster.
British Columblu,
A. M. BURGESS,
Deputy nf the
Minister of tho Interior.
Department of the Interior,
Ottnwa. mil Sept., 1880.
dwBoaor-
MAINLAND
J.
(Success.™ to w. H. Lewi..)
NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.
Iky, Stage ad hi
Horses, Carriages and Stages
Supplied at all Hours.
private horses and carriages
kept at reasonable rates.
STABIES-North Sido Columbia St.
Telephone S.. 10.
OFFHS-Opposlte Bank of IS. C.
dselltc Telephone Mo. 'S3.
PHENIX
INSURANCE an
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
(ORGANIZED A. II. 185.1.)    '
Capital,    •    $1,000,000
Losses Paid, over $23,000,000
J—a—NiB.
/ETNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford, Conn.
CHARTERED A.D. 1811).
Cash Capital, - $4,000,000
Cash Assets, • $9,192,643
J—fSWNTB.
NQTTQE1......
Policies are written in the
above Companies at NewWestminster without reference to
Victoria.
RATE ON DETACHED DWELLINGS. 5 PERCENT
WOODS, UBKKR It OAMBIE,
AgeBl. for Kew Westmlnsler
'Ilyuna Dlslrlet. ilsrtmi
HOP LEE
HAS BBMOVKD HIS LAUNDRY
From Front Street tu No. m Ool umbla St.,
opposite Thos. Ovens' Blacksmith Shop,
Wliere lie will bo glad to see his old customers. dauSOml.:
HH
Gas Fittings!
L S. SCOULLAR & GO.
Are ProparetMo Supply nnd Ereet
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
Anil everything relating to this branch oi
business.
tan Experienced and competent men.
only employed, and work guaranteed,
flrst-class In avtrry respeot Pilous ns lot.
as anywhere else.
E. S. SCOULLAR A CO.,
d-Jly31to       .  .,      Columblastreet.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION;
(iuornntce Capital .UJ J SI,ON,WO
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a home"company.
This. Association merits the
confidence thif Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
Tho Security offered to polioy holders Ib
unBuriHissed by any Com puny doing busl-
neHB In Canada, ,-*,, ■     „ - .;..     ■
It has no schemes of Insurance.- Imt tho
ivell-eKtabllHlied linos, hence tlii policy
holders ounnotbb misled uh to their contracts.
Itt) suit oments to the publio can be readily understood, IU cash statement show-
iiiK every item of Income snd.bow expended, •;.   : j ,. ■  •
Its position is ascertained annually fro m
a detailed valuation in which every Item
of Hubillty Is Included.
It* progress has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance in Cano-da. *   .    :'
Its policies are. indisputable after three
yenrs, and non-forfeitable after two yean*
existence. ,. • ,
Its protlts uro distributed upon ah equitable basis. The protlts U> one class of
policy holders, aro not lessened to give
larger nrolitH to any other cIosh, whieh
method affords bil*perior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Libernl (oBdlllou* at t« Benldeaoe «a4
J. K. MacDONALI),
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New Wcstminstei
Je7-3mo-alternate.
CLUE
GENERAL
DEALER
COMPLEIErSIOCK OF
GROCERIES
BOTTOM  PRICES!
—X-
Clothing,
Hats and
0*
AT COST OR LESS,
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY.
' ,<lw-}lyaito '■ 'a,-';. ■   "
•S^THAT-^er
WANT.
■f ■' ■■ ■■ ■-—*—   ;      :
IvbUn'U ;■
win
.25 *te™£• $1,25
^STRICT OF
JUST. ISSUED BY
PnceP $lv25;
This -Map has been produced at
great cost, niid gives a vast amount
of iiiforinatiou never before available respecting the most important
distriot in the Province.     >,,, ,',, ■
The new Map shows the latest
survtji, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. F. R: .tad.;.o*-ta.nsU8.,
BUY A COPY,
..'lllll'!")!';    ■    T.J "■ '.';
PUBLISHED BX    Z
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Uisurance and
Klnancial Agents
NEW WEOTMIlJsTERj VANCOUVER
AND VIOTORIA.
FOR 8ALE! AT
TlR-'Pearson & Ws
HEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
iip2'tc     '
Just Received via O;
P. R. one oaf-load of
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
qf J!.1 6c-G. fJtoney •-&
Co. an dare well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
wa^'  .   ■:.,'*   j,
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
ilnlllJlli. COLUMBIA HTKEET.
NOTIOE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTOOS.
SEALED TENDBBB will bo rocOlveU
by tho untlfll-fllKiiod tip to noon of
SATURDAY tlie 2«h Iuh!., tor certain re-
pairs to the,H<-ott Road, Murrey, r
. Bp'Clflcatloim enn be seen nnd forms for
lender nbliilned at the Govern ment Offlce,
New WeBtinhmter, at the Elatn Hotol,
Mud Bay, nnd at Punch'* Hotol, Browns-
ivill4. ■
Tlie lowest or nri'y tender mit lieeossrtMTy
Hccopted, ,uinl!J  m ii     :.-■   •■■ '
O. >AIIWICK..
" Gov'ernrheiit Agent.
Xew W.epttplnRtcr, Hept. 16,1880.    dwolTtd
CHANGE OyiME TABLE.
.     stKaWer'     :'-*''
"QLADYS"
•fTMtIL   PUIHUBR   SotldB  **ILL
U   multc regular trips
TO IAI,K A»n WAT FOKTg,
£e*MdgNewWcstmlnBterftn   J.
MONDAYS ttlll) THURSD*YS
Al 7 a. in.    Returning on Worlnosilay.
and flftHlHliiys , ,..   ,  i 	
JI5WIH" CAPT. INSLEY, MMlw.
Land Re-tlstr)' Ordinance, 1870
Ir» >I, Block 1, Lot*. Block II, 1*1 JM,
Bl«k VI, Ul I, BlMk IX, S.MIvl.l.n
Vueowcr.
-f-pHEREAS THE CERTIFICATES OF
TT Title of John Calllster to the nbovc-
mentioned lands havo been lost or destroyed, and application has been made
for duplicates thereof; Notice Is therefore
hereby given that such rlupllcuto certificates wfll be issued unless cause bo shewn
to the contrary within oue month from
the date hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
t    .. -   . ——..    P'ffttf Rcilstrar.
land RegirtrrOfJce,       ^-*     ■    •
New Westminster, B. C, llth Sept., rJO.
dsellml
K.D. PITT.
PITT & CO..
Real Estate,-Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
!'      •■■■■—*SD-     oil I   .rn
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER.. B. O. '
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
 fe27to
VICTOR PERPETUAL
Hay Bailing Press!
lull,:
REID & CURRIE
-cOF THE^-
PACIFIC CARRIAGE WORKS
IIAVE    PU
ill right ton
eaFHnyBallln
PUHOH/VSFD    THE    BOLE
to manufacture tliese celebrat-
___ Balling PreaBcrflr/the Province of
British coiumbin. nnd ara nowmanuftte-
turlngtiiem at their manufactory, ColumbU Hi, Xew Westminster. Farmers anil
othen interested aro advised to call nnd
see theae presses beforo purchasing elsewhere. Thoy have no equal for economy,
ilmpllclty and efficiency.
with this Press there Is no climbing up
and tramping In the buy aud cllmblnl
down again and pulling out the bale, as
with tho old-stylo presses. Everything In
done on the level ground. You don't stop
the team to tie tho bale. Tho Kale Is discharged automatically, nnd moves Itself
on tea, platform Bcafe to be weighed and
tagged.
It U the cheapest Press, besides being
the best; so every farmer can oltord to
havo one of his own, and It will save him
Ite worth* lu oue season by reducing .the
high rates of freight to u minimum,* and
by avoiding loss of time and vexation
when you want to be balling hay. ■
REID & CURRIE.
j.:.  . .    •       ,, dwseSto
.Mitrl;'   '   . ...■■■:   ,i- .-' ^
J»OuREID.
WM. CURRIB.
PACIFIC
n iii'i
COLUMBIA STBEET.
New Westminster, B. C.
RP&CIMIE,
HAVINO PUBCHA8BD th. B-«t
.mithlng bu.ineu liitfly carried on
\sy W. K. Lewis, tnd tho Ptoiflc Cir-
JrUfp Wcrli., curled on by Joluutone *
Smith, we are pr.psrcil to manuf.ctor.
•11 kind, of
¥90 Wgtm-sS:,,
Carriages,
Expresgj Wagons,
Drays, Ciarti,
And everything in the vehicle Iin t
on the shortest notice and nt reasonable prices.
We also keep iu .took th* above
articles, and all kinds of Wagon
and Oarrirge Material.
BepalrlriK, Palntlni* t Trim*
lUlng done at reasonable prices. .
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its branches. Farmers', Log
gers', Mill and Contact Work, and
Horseshoeing und«rt»ken j Agricultural Inipleraer.la, and everything
in the hlkoksmith line made to order.
We also keep iii stock to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberl'and
Coal, Chain, Horse nud On.Shoes,
Stenl and Iron Harrow Teeth, Har-
rov.s,.Springs,Ax|-»,ailda:coiiipleto
stock of Oar"ikgaJarcl#ar».   JL. ~\.
''laving secured first-class work
men, we feel confident of giving sat-
All material and work' leaving
tbe shop will be guaranteed llrtt-
clats. Orders from the oountry
prqmptW attended to.       -—,-,  v
, mh3to:,  SWLt::# CURRIB   .';
WAI
A  WIAMHKHMAI1).
A.   ' Applvattlio   . ■- nr   ,l
ir«K*Swl     .        TABMBrW noMS.
HAVING PUR-
. chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &c, of the Estate pf Trapp Bros.;
we purpose Ofififeiittg
to the Public VERY
GREAT   INt)tJ0E-
branch of the' Business* which we trust
will secure the pat**'
Tonage of thole ie$A-\
ing On the Mainland.
WC have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets IOR i
CASS, wMcb we ex-
pect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, sccpn-d
to none in the count.;,
try, and Will be,found
complete in all the
following branchesj:
General and,«Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all*
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Di^y
Colors in M^ kinds*
WallPaper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
:fitefcG-iMt,Blastwg
(and Sporting Oun:;
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Pitttt, White-wa^,,;
Scrubbing, florsc,
Dandy and-Wtisk,
anj| -a ftjll' line of
Talile   and   Pocket
ii'.'ia
"We puppogc dbitig
.a.€JASH.BU8LNE3S:
and all orders intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 percent.,
-i-'our, motto .being,
"Small PMs; ■
Quick Retnnis.;";,
Thankln** lhe Piblle gener-
slljr for the liberal patrontge
«ecord«* to as Iti the past, we
trust by, strict attention to
boslness to i merit a coiuun*
ante of the Bame.
T^wm
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ME DAILY  COLUMBIAN
PDBLIBKED
!IH Columbia StatioKery and Pbihtimo Co.
i. the Company's Bteam Printing Establishment, Columbia Ht.
vered In the City dally.. .25c. per week
ed dally, one year JlftOO
led dally, six months 5.50
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ted In either Issue for''
■qhgffft
ilg §ritt0lt Coltimbian
.■.>;afjM
■ursdar Evening, Sept. S3. ISSU.
> despatches to-day.  Cause,-T%«';H''ifJ-fMi.t pugM f° ■*•*•? ■"•^
i i south of the boundatf."'   ' T* lihaii -iMkJL   Save
to Ogle, Campbell & Co.'s for
's and Boys' underclothing, socks,
MidieSOTl.'. v
urteen horses have been purchased
She  Canadian  northwest for the
hsh army. f.'i.Q       3V0 jf
dl and VPintor Mitfiiieiy^direct
London, now opening at James
•d & Co'a. —dse23to-
r Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
less; cheap, . .Apply at Woods,
artGamble:'- -™ '" ijrltte'"
.e Gladys arrived from up-river
evening with over 20 passengers
i full freight. ..,■, rtgij'riH :'.
nan. Jas. Ellard & Co. announces
rrival of their new fall andwin-
oods.   Seo adv.
. Schmidt, of Montreal, is coming
to fill an appointment as assistant
on on the O.P.R.
e Queen of the Pacifio discharged
ns of freight at Port Moody yes-
jy valued at tsXiMO, . -.., .
a Reliance arrived from uji-riTer
ywith a few passengers and a'
j it of farm produce, chiefly hay.
iood-food" is the suggestive name
given to Ayer's SiiaapBrilla, b»-
of Its blood-enricMo'i Qualities. '
is stated ttiat the sttt. Umatilla,
metto and Walla Walla are being
up at Sah Francisco for the C.
Co.      •"•"•'" '-.*"   ■
s said that Hon. Thos. White has
id an actj-AiforJ libel against tho,
real Post., fnSttst*i» ko pUced
i),000.
i Men's, Women's, and Children's
-■mere, and all kinds of Rubber
j,  go  to Ogle, Campbell to Co'l.
dse23wl "'" "'• '
i Excellency the Governor.Qeii-,
ncoun.iipp«.-^
November 18th a day of thanks-
> for the Dominion. ,
mma—Frankie, are"
green
namma,
iiyer's roimj* People,
has not come to the knowledge of
Victoria papers yet that the San
Cisco steamers are making regular
ly trips to Port Moody. .,
itrimmed Hats Aiid Boniiets, Fea-'
i, Flowers, Wings, Tips, Aigrettes,
*  - \ tykti
■A & Co's.
iud wyuituieyu.   ,   , ,„   rt „i
-FtaSkie, are*'you^ eating
n a-M#a^Hlf*,Imlie—
a, I m eating some othen.
for FiiUi-awln'-sri'-'-w.rtJiwi
d&Co's. dse23tc
...      .    .      4* 93f
iy one wishing to invest in a
k, Valise, or Tourist's Bwjwill do
: to call and examine those in Ogle,
pbell & Co.'s stock. , , dse^Swl
1 intles, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots.
irs, Capes and Jackets, for Ladies,
dse23te
ills are being shipped from Eng-
for the Hudson Bay Railway.   It
t expected that more tjWI)Wp*J*J*i
of the road will be undertaken at
;'--• . .jiui'iTaoit Mffa
I fore deciding on the plan of your
house look over tho latest arohitec-
designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKen-'
, and combine economy with utility
xm*f- ttlJMi itt4*Tfel,3t»
is rumored in the east that Lieut. -
>rnor Dewdney is seeking, to bu,
inted to the lieutenantgovernbr-
' The appoint-
of this province,
would nol
addition to our new stook of spring
we hav»r<pened -taWoiee'ef
mals, West of England Broadcloths
French   Canimeres,    Walsh the
1 Tailor.   HtRBiRT Walsh, Man-
—«*•****»
Russian war ship Maakiva has
ed at San Francisco. -She hai'Ori!
1  the Lord High Admiral of the
ian navy.   The next place
to hear of with "quakes"
neii the Queen of Madagascar shut
he  saloons in her kingdom, and
aion,"'.h*l^f^^r^n"'**
you have wronged, and I will
hebalanc*''-iV..5rj.&»..  Jjavl,
, Ayer's Pills, .nd In eund. Misery.
did word to describe the mischief
dyand mind oaused by-habitual
ipation. The regular use of Ayer's
' rtio PUls, in mlMdosM, Wllwetore
rpld visceraJ to healthy Mtloni Join
e Nanaimo Free Press defends tho
or way" to the Nanaimo Jharbor
the ocean through tho straits and
muir & Son have been plying tho
> for years v/itaSpat. /,. sofit*mr-
ip. Accidents only occur when a
jorisatt^pt^  .„,„,„.„■•
Sent Rack.—A quantity of ina-
. cbineryapd apparatus used by A. On-
■derdonk^ Co. in the construction .of
Hhe Pacilic section of the 0. P. Ri! was
shipped on the Queeii yesterday for
San Francisco. ■ '•! .,':■'■
Police Court. — Three Indians
charged with assaulting another Indian
and damaging his property were, fined
98'each this morning. A Chinaman
waB charged With selling opium without a license. . Case adjourned for one
day.
 • . ,' J '
. Bqlb Theit.—Yesterday afternoon
.durifig tlie interval-in which the stores
were closed on account of Mr. Homer's
funeral a thief entered Mr. Ross' fruit,
store, on Columbia street, by a door atthe rear und stole cash from the till
amounting to $30. A party named
Devine, wlm haa been suspected of the
'theft, has not, been, seen in the city
since it occurred,.'..''v.  ., 1
ENFoayiNu the Law.—The govern-
iiieiit Of Ontario has intimated its intention to take all. reasonable steps for
tl'o enforcement of the Scott Act in
;*lin't province. In an interview tlie
other day the premier promised that
no inspector would be appointed whose
sympathies were" not with the Scott
Act. Hitherto complaints have been
made that some of the inspectors were
hostile.
—- * .  .	
; CiuirtwnACK Exuiditios.—The annual exhibition of Ilie Chilliwhack Agricultural Society will'take place on
Tuesday next, the 28th inst. It will
be seen from an advertisement in another column that an exoursion has
been arranged from this city to Chilli-
whack on the plowing of exhibition
day. The Oliilliwhack exhibition hss
always been a great attraction, and
your pennies and
buy a ticket for the exhibition excursion. '' '",
|A         "■• . *'•■*■ ••■■ -—J '•
u Temj-eranoh RkformbMJ—The application of Messrs. Hamui & Mar-
boef, proprietors of the Poodle Dog
restaurant, Victoria, for a license to
sell liquors, came up before the licensing magistrate, in tliat city yesterday.'.
A petition signed by 43 licensed saloon
and hotel keepers was presented tothe
court representing J tlit .tliere were already, enough licenses issued m Viotoria;,and the application was refused.
Every saloon-keeper it appears becomes
a kind of temperance conveution as
soon as he gets a license for himself.:
Pocket in a ShibiJ.— Three Chinese laundrymen — On Sing, Sam,
and Ah Longr-were charged at the
police court this morning by Mr. Wm.
Pierce with tlie larceny of 885. Mr.
Pierce placed that amount of money
in » pocket in an undergarment, to
'flay his:expenses during a contemplated trip in search of a homestead, and,
forgetting to remove the money, gave
the garment to a; C,hinaman to be
washed.jwhen the money disappeared.
The nion arrested are the' proprietor
and assistants in the lauhdiy.—Tiii««.
 -♦— .., ii ;, , ,,,,.-,
Work oir lire Branch. — To-day
Mayor Dickinson, Councillor Douglas,
and Mr. Rae went over the branch
railwav, as far as the point where tlie
bnllluW* me at work. They returned
Hhtf Mterrioon and state thit only thnt
miles of th, road has been hmastei!
The steam shovel is at work, but its
operations are very unsatiafaotoiyi as
>Ii8fl*^Ht1'' trm-*- 'JgWH'W-' tsxm
considerable delay. Thoro wero only
00 Chinamen working on tho track and
about half a dozen' white men. It is
not known how nisoy monj ere with
the shovel atthe pit. There Is about
5 miles of track to be ballasted yet.
.  ■-.!:     ti___ j^S ____ >
North Aru Mail.—The people of
the North Arm settlwioiit 1iaye been
asking for a somi-Veokly mail servico,
but without success, .We understand
that the present: carrier has offered to
:taka/.it:i»ail". twice a weok for a v-wy
small additional sum, and it seems to
us that Uio time has arrived when the
iniill'sclvlco to tho North Arm should
;l*e,. >b>.iproved. Our eubscriben there
complain very much nt tho present arrangement, whicli brills the Columiuan to them five days after it has been
printed. To obviate this delay in future, we haver, made an amusement
whicli will enable tlio settlers there to
got thiKICoLRicBUmi on tlie day of
piSlicMWit, Capt. Stowart, of the
str. Alice, having kindly consented to
take thom down to North Arm overy
Saturday.
' ("jamdoo's Geological For*iatio.v.
—Mr, George A. Koch, a mining expert of largo experience who has re-
o»t)tly piede an • fksmination of thit
portion of Cariboo distriot lying within a radius of '.ti-milin from Barkerville, coinineiices his report to the gold
commissioner, as published in the Col-
J »bh^mM1o»s: "Ifind the formation identical with that of. California.
Slate predominates, witli belts of line-
stone, porphyry, granite, and perhaps
syenite: with stratification tending
north and south, with variations north-
.v*esf Q&. ■outh-c*-*t;W«|nV,a!.&h:i
tinuation of tho formation of tho gold-
bearing belt of California. The. surface is somewhat brokoii and displaced;
traceable, however, to glacial disturbances. The hriiition, I should say. •
was of the tertWJj* period; that, hot*
eave for such eminent
fofessors Dawsiin, Bowman
and others to duide."       ,..   .
Tho Frenoh JmimdhfMpiemt etti-
mates tlm probabilitea of life for moderate drinkers nnd total atwUiiuers aa
follows: A mo^oyiUa-tlruikar at twenty
yeart'df-'^o indy tepwt to Hvo about
lifNoiiuytws; at tnirty, twelve yean;
at forty, ten yean; it iifty, eight
yean. The hope of a total abstainer is;
At twenty y<*p4i ftwiy yean of life;;
at tjuity* about thirty-aix years; at
forty, about twenty-eight yoars; at
fifty) twemty-one years; at nxty, fif-
tee-Jt.j^pFH-   ■Jf,)t^i,Jt;j „; _ ,-nl loii
Mrs. D. Mon-iso-ft,' Farnham Centre,
P.Q., writing about Dr. Thbnias' Koleo*
tfio OO, nM: George BeU-ttsed it on his
eon, um it cured himoTrneitniatism with
only a few applications.   ^The balance et
lUti'bottlu was used by an old gontteniau
for Asthma, wMrh'thti  b(*t. results:   It'
-jwt«likeiM»harm."
W     W9W        ,f .8 ii5 sHAft   .)>'  tm
Thb Fraser Vaiiby.—Tho engineers who are engaged in-surveying
the Dominion lands of the province
into: mtle flections have an excellent
opportunity of learning the true character of the country. They say tliat
people in general liave ay-pry imperfect,
idea of the beautiful strips of agricultural land whioh exist some miles back
of the Fraser and are not yet taken
up. An engineer informed a reporter
yesterday, that they had passed through
several beautiful prairies whioh can
easily be plaoed under cultivation and
in tho course of a year or two must become the homes of a thriving population. The wonderful productiveness
of the soil in tlie valley of the Fraser,
the ready market and high prices which
farm produco brings in the province,
will' always be an incentive to the
farming industry, notwithstanding that
some difficulties may have to be encountered.
Bi Patient.— The Canadian Paoifio Railroad company is losing considerable traffic from the Sound on ac-
oount of not haying adequate steamer
facilities between Seattle and the terminus of its road. Since the Evangel
has been laid up several car loads of
shingles and other freight have been
shipped over the Northern Paoific,
which would havu been given to the
Canadian had there been adequate fa-
cilities for getting the freight to Port
Moody. Mr. Olds has written to
Agent Van Waters to request the people of (he Sound to he patient, as he is
doing all in hi* power to provide adequate facilities for. them, and expects
ere long to have his plans so arranged
as to put them- Into execution. As"
long as the Canadian Pacifio people
continue to aot in good faith with the
people ofthe, Sound, they sbould be
encouraged id every legitimate way by
our people.---Seattle Post.
Early Closing.—In England there
aro signs of reform. Sir John Lubbock recently introduced a bill into the
house of commons requiring that shone
of all, kinds, except hotels, must close
by 10 o'olock' on Saturdays and holidays, "and not. later thaii 8 o'clock on
other, days. Where any shop is found
.opened, after;the hour at which it is
required to be closed, the occupier is
liable to a fine of 5 pounds. Chemists
and j druggists will not be liable to a
fine for supplying medicines after the
hour appointed, put they must hot
keep their shops visibly open after.the
hours named, Tlie measure also seeks
to render more stringent the law
against Sunday trading by raising the
penalty nom five shillings to ten
pounds. If at any time it is made to
appear to the satisfaction, of the authorities that more than one-third in
tlie number of occupiers of shops to
which ihe order for the time being in
force under this act relates are opposed
to the continuance of such order, it
shall be tho duty of the local author*!
ity to revoke the order, but the revocation will be without prejudice to the
making of another order. It is proposed that tlie act shall oome into operation oh the 1st of January next. Ko
doubt ia entertained that the repressive provisions will pass by a large majority in both houses of parliament,
but it is doubtful that parliament will
pass' the provisions as to one-third of
the shop keepers being permitted to
alter the prohibition by common consent, because' the aot is for tiie benefit
dfjp* employees, arid this provision
would allow vie shop keepers to defeat
its object
Intriouk.—The New York
Htrxdd's correspondent cables from
Constantinople: " Sir Bdward Thorn-
t&.ifT&es to-morrow, and nutMhg'is
yet settl^sbuut anyone replacing him.
Nelidoff, the representative hore of
Bv'sia, Is working hard to obtain from
the sultan the rejection of Sir John
White as amVaUador, but' Will -not
succeed, as it suits Turkey to have one
astute Elchitoplay off against another. Russian intrigue is making it.
hot for the British1 alt round, cleverly
making a oatspaw of French vanity in
order to stir up an unpleasantness he-
tween tho porte and the British oiV
iuet over Egypt. Active correspondence is now going on with respect to
its-continued occupation, the Turks
complaining of the little attention paid
to Mouktars proposals and of want of
faith on the part of England; Turkey
pressing, in fact, to have a date fixed
ro? tho withdraw*! - of the English
'troops. •'- Russia's hand does not ap
pear, the:French embiwsv alone moving, but- it is well understood that
a desire to please Russia is the motive
of this polioy on the part of tho
French foreigii\>fflce. Thirty thousand pounds has just been remitted to'
Mouktar Pasha for tlie purpose of
working up local Egyptian discontent
against tile English occupation. The
Porto .<dees not believo in a continuance of tho present culm, and ntilitary
preparations continue, a large number
of troops having passed up the Adrian-
ople line lately, and a large shipment
or - ammunition liaving been sent
through the Dardanelles two days ago.
The rofte has seemed perfectly indifferent respecting the candidates for
,the Bulgarian throne, but will accept
■aiiy ode obtaining- the suffrages ol tho
great powers, though it would prefer'
Waldeinar as, likely to, afford more
chance of a -pbaoeful settlement, he
being in close connection with tho
reigning families of both Russia and
England."
,       .-  Personal.
, Registered at the Colonial: Messrs.
I. Van Volkehburifli, Victoria; A. F.
Dunning, North Bendi 0. H. Wilson,
Viotoria^ T. F. . Wilsont Victoris;
John J-.-uk inn, Harrison; R. V. Ellis,
Calgary; Thus. Tompkins, Brookville.
. , A little 4'fresh-ajyt child" at Klkbuid,,
who had never seen'a'oow before, was!
watching the , milking, process, with
eyes fulfof astonishment. After looking on in silence for some time she
drew; near, and placing her hand on
tho cow's distehded side, exclaimed:
"Why! she's chock full of it, ain't
she V — Rural Kxthangt.
- .  .      ! ;]•■•>'■>-•    •* -t -
Have you tried HdlloWay* Corn Cun?
It has no equal for removing those tron
bleiomc oxfcronceiiHes, hb many bave testified who havo trN It. . ...     .
ffiommunicatiotts.
'■'; ; i' i    '.    - '       . ■ ■
A Timely snggestlon.
Emttr Columbian: It will probably
be in the recollection of yourself and
your readers that some time ago a temperance convention was held in this city
to consider the propriety Of attempting
the adoption of the Seott Act in this district. Would it not be well now to test
the matter and do the next best thing to
submitting the Scott Act ? A successor
must soon be chosen to fill the place' of
the late much lamented Mr. Homer.
Now is the time to prepare the way for
the adoption of the Scott Act. Its
friends ought, in my humble opinion, to
call a convention at once, select a candidate, nud use every effort to have one
elected pledged to every feasible means
to promote the temperance cause, It
would be n poor compliment to suoh a
worthy, respectable man as Mr. Homer
to see his place filled by a whiskey seller,
or whiskey soaker, if tliat were conceivable in such a constituency aa New Westminster. • Fact,
Mr. Edmunds Explains.
'■■ Ewtoii Columbian: Your report of
the municipal council proceedings of
Monday night does not explain my reasons fpr declining to be liable for taxes
on the lot I am to transfer to the railway
company, Froni early in April last, before taxes were imposed, I had given the
council power to take possession of my
lot for railway purposes, and it is therefore manifestly unjust that I should be
made to pay taxes on it. Ai tothe conn-
cg's opi|lon that as I get another lot
free of tans in lieu of it I ought to be
satisfied, I have only to say that If the
council had done their duty and had this
matter-settled as they agreed " without
unnecessary delay," they -would have
been in a position to impose taxes on my
new lot, but as I could neither deal with
my old lot nor up to the lat of September with my new one, I do not consider
myself entitled tb pay taxes on either.
In the Mainland.Oaardian's report ap.
pears a further statement of Councillor
Lord's,' that I have received $200 for
moving a house six inches, and it was
not moved. This statement, if made, is
a falsehood. No particular sum Was
agreed upon for moving the house; tho
land claimed took all tiie* yards and
more feet off the house itself than the
inches stated, aid in fact it has tube
moved ovet 700 feet. It waB agreed I
was tq have three months to move it iu,
yet the contract is already let, costing
With fixing $600, and if these facts were
not .known to Councillor Lord he must
bear the reproach of .having preferred te
make a false statement recklessly rather
than to take any trouble to ascertain the
truth, which as a member of the railway
committee he could easily have done,
aud even ought to have known himself.
Yodrs truly,
., Hknhy V.Edmonps.
Sept. 22, 1886.
O. Bortle of Manchester, Ontario, Co.,
N.Y., writes: "I obtained immodiato relief from the use of f Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil.' I have had asthma for eleven
years.' Have been obliged to sit up all
night for ten or twelve nights in succcs*
don. I can now sleep soundly all night
on a. feather-bed, which I had not been
able to do preVionsly to using the Oil."
r-uiucEii,
Per sir Gladys, from up-river- Sept. 12.—
Mrs Wardle and family, Mrs Morton and
family, Mrs Wren, Hiss Btuucliiml, Miss
Lennie, Moore, Hush, Leabn, Wells, Clo-
verualet Harr, Downey, McGregor, Brown,
McLellan, and others, also 7 Clilnnmen.
a;4=
Mr. Henry Marshall, Reeve of Dunu,
writes: "Some time ago I got a bottle of
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
from Mr. Harrison, aiid I consider it the
very best medicine extant for Dy&pcpsia."
This medicino is making marvellous cures
in Liver Complaint, Dyspepria, etc., in
(mrifying the blood and restoring man-
tood to full vigor.
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Beef,'   per 100 IbH....
Pork "        ...
Mutton      "        ...
Hidos(gr'n)M ...
Potatofa"'"
Turnips   * "
Carrots
Parsnips
Beets
CaMNifte. ■
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Apples       "
Pears "
Wheat        **
Oats "
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Butter(rofls) |
Cheese,
Eggs,      perilou.
Gesso,       eaeh
Ducks " • [vm,
Chickens, pc.- 'pair....
Turkeys, per IU « „...
Ctmlwoou (retail) per curd...
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... 0 180 0 10
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... 1500 J 75
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...0 750 100
.. 0 200 0 25
...» 000 3 50
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The confederation Life.
*' The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts icvealed
in the accounts and Uie Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecothims which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expends of the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
Income is sufficient to pay the death
olaims—-which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life Is something to be
protid of, The ass. ts and liabilities are
set.fort li In minute detail, and the tables
shew that, after making allowance for all
possible centingrnote* and 'providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of $282, IIW
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the lost year
was $2(10,300. So much for what can be
done by ri|(id adherence to what the
President defined as tlie thtd policy of
the Company, vii:-*-"To keep its balance
sheet right arid avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake "merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe: -T. K. 'tWson k Co.
are .agents for-this company in British
" itnuia.
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A full lino of Canadian Hymnals just
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Surface Indications
T*tiat n miner would venrproperlT term
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are the Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyes,
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early summer. The effete matter accumulated during the winter months, now
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while It remuiiis, it is a poison that festers
in the blood and may develop Into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement
of the digestive aud assimilotory organs,
with afecliugof enervation, languor, and
wearluess-ofteu lightly spoken of as "only
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tho corrupt atoms which weaken the vital
forces. To regain health' Nature must be
aided by a thorough blood-purifying medicine; nnd nothing else is so effective as
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which Is sulBolently powerful to emcl
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ltary Scrofula.
The medical profession indorse Arm's
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* A. M,—The regular Communications of thlB Lodge nre
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month. . Sojourning brethren nre cordially Invitedtoattond D. WILSON,
fe28*te Secretary.
KTOTiaB.
■nURINO MY ABSENCE FROM THE
J." Provinco, my son, T. J; Armstrong,
hold, my power of attorney nnd holds my
appointment a* Deputy Sheriff.
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July 1.1th, 1889.
Jlyl-mS
Knights of Labor.
milE KNIGHTS OF LABOR HAVE
1 removed from the Forenters» Hull to
the Ornngomuu'H Hall, whoro they hold
their weekly nicotines on TUESDAY
NIGHT nt8 o'clock.
M. 1*. CROCKER,
Socretary.
Now West., Aug. STtli, 1880.     dau28ml
Cancellation of Reserve
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the
Reserve placed upon Section 4, Block
4 North, RnngeTWeBt. haa been ciineellcd,
and that threo. months from the ditto
hereof the land will bo open to purchase..
WM. SMITHE.
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Worku.
LnndH and Works Department.
Viotoria, a C, Sept. 1st, 1888.    i1ne4ml
Notice
JS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE IN-
teml to apply io tho Chief Com mis-
onor of Lands nnd Works for permission t» pn relume land sltiiateil at Village
Buy, Huskyn Inlet- Valdcx Islnnd, and
described ns follows:
Commencing nt a post driven about
twenty olinlns nlong the shore easterly
from tbe mouth of tho river on tho left
bnnk; thence dre norlh about flftv chains
tothe lake: tlienee nlmiK the lnko shoro
westerly n-iout 41) chains; thonco duo
south lo Vllln-fo Uny; thenco onsterly lo
plncpof t-i-yiiiiiitiK; containing about ono
hundred noros, mora or less, exclusive of
thc Indinn Ituserve contained within tho
above-mentioned boundaries.
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dwniil7t« gailj) griffeh Columbian
Thursday Evening, Sept. 93, IHO.
Eastern Affairs.
The Bulgarinn episode, whatever its
final outcome, cannot but be of use in
Indicating the probable policy of Germany wheaover fchu eastern question is
settled.   That policy, as in the  days
of the Crimea^'.irar. when all the personal influen-%.of .the' Euglish. court
proved powerldss to induce the   It iug
of Prussia to forsake his attitude of
armed neutrality, must always be more
favorable to Russia than to this country, and it is only  wise  and   fair towards the German govemment frankly
to look facts in the face and see   why
the policy of the two  peoples differs.
In everything else Germany and England ought to acknowledge  common
aims nnd common interests.   Jn this
matter alone  they cannot;  because
Germany has a danger as constantly
facing her in the alienation of Russia
and her possible transformation   into
an enraged ally of France, as we have
in the acquisition of Constantinople by
Russia.   Each  nation is haunted by
the shadows of its old  sins.   Our Indian Empire, won by fraud  atad -Violence, tasks our national resources to
keep it, and tho separation of  Alsace
and Lorraine from France by Germany
forever forces itself on the conscience
of the German people as n mistake for
which France jb bound to take her revenge whenever she can   find an ally
to help her to iii Germany wishes to
settle all questions connected witli the
East as much as possible in the   interests of Russia, so as to keep   the   czar
true to the triple alliance and tu save
him   from   a   French alliance, . with
which, every n<A'jwd then, the 'Bus-
si an  journal^ threaten   Prince Bis- j
marck.   The German chancellor, if he
could have his  way, would probably
loug ago have willingly seen the Sick
Man's empire parceled  out, between
Russia,  Austria   and * *, England—of
course, with  a fair consideration to
himself for hii  trouble in looking on.
France is powerless, and if she were
not, another alliance of   the   western
powers after the fashion of 1854-op is
hardly to be wished for.   We, in  our
immediate connection with the   Eastern question, are probably   the   most
disinterested power of % the lot. We
have no wish to Bee thd  Turkish empire perish if Turkey could but reform.
If that  cannot -be, we. look forward,
with some hope to the   establishment
of a group of nationalities bound together hereafter by a confederation, if
not by a common  govornment, which
shall successfully- defy alike Russian-
aggression  and  Turkish    treachery.
But, while we  wish for  this, we are
bound  fairly to take into -consideration the   fears ami   hopes   which animate  the continental powers, and to
remember that our prolonged' occupa- ■■
tion of Egypt, and , our  retention of
Cyprus, are  not  good   guarantees of
future disinterestedness so far as our
own action is concerned.   Our French
neighbors are. foud of  reminding  us
that our troubles are tho consequence
of  the  virtual1 abandonment of the
Anglo - Frenoh     alliance    of    the
days     of    Napoleon    the    Third,
and    of      declaring      that      the
peace   of   Europe    will    nover. bo
again assured till Franco and. England
are once more uuittd." Wo doubt it.
Our allies across the channel have their
aims as well1, as Germany, which we
can hardly fall in with; and if France
were once again the arbitress of Europe
we suspect her elaims in Indo-Chiua,
in Madagascar, and in the New Hebrides would soon cause us mutual-trouble, and  prevent  ub from acting lung
together with cordiality.   The fact is,
we are all—Russia, Germany,, France,
and England ycursed with tlie consequences of our own past greed, and we
predict that the power which first finds
its way out of  the entanglements in
which we are all involved will be the
power which—perhaps' for the first
time—determines to walk by the light
of common honesty and common sense.
That path, if we Are all willing, is ours
to tread mow eauily than any .other
power.   The polioy of i England,  it
seems to us, Ib, at uie earliest possible
moment, to terminate our: occupation
of Egypt, and to foster by all means
the peaceful development of the Balkan   nationalities.     The -course of
events is with us.   Already tlie recent
fiasco of the so-called revolution in
Bulgaria is bringing together the Roumanian, Bulgarian, and Servian peoples.   If the-y were once firmly united
in   an   offensive and defensive league
against all comers, it would be diflicult
for any power to coerce them; and the
Turks  might one day learu, to look
upon   them as their best, bulwark
against further aggression by Russia.'
And there arc not wanting indications
that tho  policy which animates tlie
German government is hardly likely
always to be thijtaf the Geniura people.   The day may omnu sooner than
many people think, when the successor
uf the (JermAji Chancellor shall oKsnv
in vain to control events as Bismarck
does, und when  trouble on her own
eastern  border may not   render a
RuBso-German alliance so desirable na
a lasting  arrangement   to    Prussia.
With all this, however, we havo little
to do.   Our course ia, or ought to be
clear, and tha^s» a-pplioy of strict nonintervention. jf'Wtffhive  hilped to
muddle  matters' enough in' the past,
and never mended them. What probability is there, if we were able with
a word tb ensure the objects for which
we went to war in the Crimea, that
we should be o\ip -whit nearer the great
end which all tne jmwers.'profess thetfi-
selves concerned about—the pacification of Europe \ What shall we gain
if, having bvBom? diplomatio. victory
checkmated Htissia 'in ber designs on
Bulgaria, wo find her presently pouring her armies intoi-A rmenia, which we
are bound by Uw Secret Treaty to \rto-
teBtl—Londstyifytyo'.,!   .Mi;\.,
The explorations of recent.years
have considerably changed our notions
of the compa?a*mfc,Tknfc of tlie great
rivers of the worM.' ■ If we olMw rivert i
according to theirltflgth; both the Nile
and the Wgtse-Kiangmust,bei^med
before the Amazon. The Wilo's 4,000
miles of watt^wity, tort the head-
watera south of Lake Vibtoria to the
Mediterranean jmfkft ifc the lodges); I
river in the ifflfMSAj <* long as
the Mississippi and WJmm__to$fc&>
and about 1,000 miWsWiifefef thtiVi the
Amazon.
Clean Newspapers.
Tliere is a growing feeling in healthy
communities against journals which
make it their special object to minister
to a perverted taste by seeking out and
serving up in a seductive form disgusting and licentious revelations. There
is good reason to believo that tho clean
newspaper is more higlily prized today than it was four or five years .ago.-
It is also safe to say that, as people-in
all ranjts erf life, who protect thehv
.Q\fft, at'leaSt, from contui^tioQ^be-*
como mure conscious of the pernicious
influence of a certain class of journals,
which aro called enterprising because
thoy are anxious to serve up dirty
scandals, they will be careful to soe
that tho journals thoy permit to be
read in tlie family circle arc the class
that never forget the proprieties of
life. Already men rim women of refinement and healthy murals have had
their attention called to the pernicious
influence of bad literature, and havo
made -commendable efforts to counteract the same, by causing sound literature to be published and sold at popular prices. These efforts are working
a silent but sure revolution. The best
authors are more generally read to-day
than at any-previoqlday. The sickly
sentimental story paper and tho wild
ranger and pirate story books are slowly but surely yielding the field to worthier claimants. - In praise of tlie decent newspaper it - may be said that
where it has a plnco in tho family, and
hns been read for years by young as
woll as old, it lias , developed such
healthy tone ntid such discriminating
taste tliat the literature of the slums
has" no admirers. ForTimatety, the'
number of such families is increasing
in the land, and as they increase, the
journal that devotes itself to sickening
revelations of immorality will be corn-
polled to find-1 its supporters solely
among thoso classes who practice vice
and crime, or are ambitious to learn
to follow such ways.—Printer's Circular.
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Ttie Brain and Hind.
It has been asserted that the brain
secretes thought as the liver secretes
bile.' Tins'proposition'is a very crude
and not. wholly exact expression of
the facts of the cuse.but the ulna meant
to be convoyed; that the physical organ of the liver is no more essential to
the secreted product 'which we call
bile than the phsical orgnn of the brain
is to the mental process known as
thought—is certainly borne out by
modern scientific research. Mind, be
it remembered, can not be dealt with
as a palpable object, it can i-uly bo
perceived in .the changes ..of matter
which* belong to -its manifestation.
Every mental process is the result of—-
that Ml 'if fV- attended wfth—somq;
change—molecular, chemical or vital—
in the nervous elements of \ the brain.
Of the actual composition of nerve
element little is known, but the element is known to be of a complex nature, to be readily decomposed, and t'o
ountain a large-portion-of .carbon and,
hydrogen.- These two constituents
give the substance a high oxidation
value, as chemists express it. In
other words, oxidation, is as necessary
to the evolution of thought from brain
as it is to the conversibijH'of: fuel into
flame. Dr. Maudsley, who jb perhaps
the highest authority on -the physiology of the mind, says that " the energy which is mind may most properly
bo compared.tQ .the., energy which xs
muscular function."* He finds that tho
consumption qf matter (turnip brain
exercise greatly resembles the waste of
matter during muscular action. But
though it ia impossible to assert what
the'true nature of mind in, we can not
evade the knowledge that ' its manifestation is indissolubly depoudent
upon the structure of the nerve cells
of tho brain and a due supply of suitable blood. Wheu-!,disease interferes
with either of these necessary conditions, mental notion ceases. To sum
up the matter from Dr. Maudsley's
work, " The Physiology of the Mind,"
wo condense Ibe following summary of
prepositions which may be said to define thu present limits of, uur knowledge of tho physical constitution of
mental action: 1. Whenever a thought
occurs in the mind there necessarily
occurs a correlative cliango in the grey
matter of the brain; without it the
thoughts could uot arise, and with it
can nut fail tu arise. 2. This change
-consists of movement -af some kind,
which as its nature is not and can not
be known, each writer may conceive
of as he pleases. Dr. Maudsley conceives that it most resembles the compound vibrations in music. 3. This
movement -requires' time; tt is unquestionably swift, but always occupies au appreciable period. 4. It requires a regular supply of properly
constituted blood. 5. It is arro3ted
pr prevented by interrupting the con-.
tinuity of nerve-culls by pressure upon
them or injury to them, or by changes
of their structure caused by disease.
C. The movements are impeded and
finally prevented by exhaustion produced by their continuous exercise
without due intervals of rest.—Infer*
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to ment Bowmanville, Ont.,or to Cnrleton
dr Harris, Port Hammond,
0, W. HENRY,      .
, mySitc  ( Port Hammond P. O.
*, The Salvation Army hiia decided to
add- .a new department to their operations in London, England. It iB proposed to tako two or three rooms in all
tlie poorer districts of London^ which
are to be occupied by a man and his
wife or two women (members-of the
army), who will -be provided witih *om-
mun medicines and lint for bandages,
and a stock of pails, brushes, clothes,
etc. Every morning theso people will
visit the poor persons living in tlto
neighborhood, and where they'find
the rooms in a dirty condition thoy
will clean them. Having thus gained
an ontty they aro to pay their ftttfcn-
tion to the spiritual wolfai'o of the people. The medicines; will $e given;
' wliere necessary without charge. Tiiey
are also to visit tho prison gates and
.endeavor, to got discharge-"!, prisoners
'to seek ttie aid of the Salvation Army.
Xeabino DnuaowTH on this continent
testify to tlio large and constantly increasing sales of Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery nnd Dyspeptic Cure,
and  report  its   beneficent'.-affects upon
•their mvrfemors troubled with Liver Oom
plaint, Constipation, Dyancpsin, Impurity
of the Blood, and other uhysioal infirmities, and as a female ineaiclne, it hns,no-
conimplislied remarkable cures.
HACK FOR HIRE.
THB- UNDERSIGNED lias established
* himself In tlio City ol Now Westmlnsler with, a FIRST-UIASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Wlilcli In open for EiifnigiiiifuU at
very moderate Charges.
Orders left at thc Colonlnl Hotel or sent
by telephone, will bo promptly nttonded
to day or night,  Stablo next II. Elliott's
JOS. RATES.
. Telephone No. 30. mylte
MISSES. McELROY A FITZ  HENRY
wish to Inform tlie Ladles of New
Westminster tliat they havo opened a
Drew-Making Establishment
-AT-
TRAPP DUO'S SIOUr, iOLI'HBIA HT.
Where tlioywill be prepared to execute
any orders entrusted to them In tlio latest
styles nnd with all possible despatch.
.Now Westminster. Oct. lilli, 18S5.   oc7(c
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
|    JJlLUDl    11UD)    UUIHUU)
And Confcetlonory always on hand.
.Delivered to any pnrt of tlie City.
KBLLT BSOS.,    Columbia Street
IMPERIAL
FIRE-INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. aud 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
. Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing aud Farming Stock,
Ships iri Fort, Harbor or Dock, aud tbe
Cargoes of such Vessels; aho, Ships build*
ing and repairing, BargcH and otlicr Vessels on navigable rivers and .canals, aad
Ooods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and iu Foreign
Countries,:
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BfTIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-si.eoo.wo^s.TQ.r
Rates of Premium and every Information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTR0NU,
Agent for N.w Westminster.
-PftACTICAIi-
Has just received for the Holidays a line
aaaortment ol Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
I.s      ■ •.,
THE CELEBRATED
WHITE
Sewing Machine!
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMES FISHER, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD BTON&S, TOMBS,
1     TABLETS AND CROSSES, FUR-..
NITURE MARBLE, Ae.
,' Persona! I Wing at n distance, by sending
a defiorlption of what tbey wish, can have
I designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal tonny
on the Pacific Coaat, and at reasonable
rates. N, B,—No agents employed.
Cordon Street, Victoria, B. C.
Olh. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
1       nl*] mhlStc
tg-GOQDASANY MADE.
SOU"! AGENT FOB MAINLAND:
C. J. ROBSON,
Krult .mul Confeotlonery
rile Colonlnl Hotel, Mew
,B.<".       '-''     jiVasto
At the   New
; Store, Oppc
Westmlhstei
GENTS'
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
from 825 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem*
winding Cold Watches, at
832.50.     '
KKHEMBMt-Wo do not soil "filled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold.
Onr good* aro guaranteed just aa represented, and prices lower thin any
other house in 11. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
deinie
The Colonial
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Tree of Charge.
OUE BUSINESS «CY.
D
O YOU WANT TO 11UY OR HELL A
UiihIihjhs, tako u partner, etc
PICKERING & GO.
OFFICE: Fort Htroot, betwoen pouglas
and Ilrongliton, VIOTORIA, B. C. I'. O
"joxlBI/TJ ' mliB'
Wood and Coal.
TUB BUteOMBfiR HAS ON HAND A
largo -Qunntltyot
BEST WELLINGTON LUHP UOAL
,   .      And an ii.-'Nortmt-iit uf
CORDWOOD,
Which ho wllfMl at lowest rotes. He
will iUho promptly attend to nil kinds of
■Tjjfl   TBAMINO.
*Otdors lott at Mr. McOol 1'h store on Oo-
liiml-ln stroot, or at my honso, DoiiKlas
Htroot, wilt meet with prompt attontlon.
;   ' HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now WcBlmlnstor n. C,    -        4 JlylOto
"SfrOTIOB.
VfOTIOE IH HEHKBY OIVEN THAT
_\m__ lujtunil lo inulto iimillcutlnn to
niJ/HnSrawiililc llin Minister of tnolnle-
rlnr, iH) rtrtys nflor iliilrr, Ior u llironsc lo cut
nnd lum! tlmljCron Hun. 31 nnrl W. y, Rec.
22.Tnwr.ahlp I, Group: II, Now Wfrsfmln-
»lor Dislrlci.
BltUNETTE BAWMII.I, CO,, Ln,
TMiteil Ann. jMIIA'-IMft. .InnBlml-
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER,
Wm. Ross
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The Irtneh Lenoir, (ioudyeir, Pink-
erlon, Cochrano, Cualli I Co.,
Armcs liolden anil Sister
Boot! «nd Sho«i.   ,
T AWES AND QENTI.EMEN ARE RE-
Li .Hpectfiilly luvlteil toeull unil eium-
Ino tlie stoek. ,
I huve nlso on hanrl tlm ■   ,i
MJ01X H.irt\ADIAN LUTIIE1 rtkTKH-
TISHT KliRK BOOT,
Wliloli now take, the.ptac.ot gum boot..
Jy-mo      	
Notice to Persons in Search
'   of Farms.	
THE TOWNSHIP OF SURREY-CON-
tivlns sovcml Farm., wlilcli are tor
sale. ThOlanrl Is nl excellent quallty-thc
very best In Hie province. Tho Reeve
nml Council lire most iinxlou. to swrtire.
iloKlmirlc settlers. Application to thom
will receive prompt allimllon. The road.
In the txiwnslilii arc conl, and tbcrenre
churches, schools, and a town hall.
THOS. SHANNON, Hoove,
i    i      Clover Valley P. O.
nn-,ujc ■.*'•■*'• TlIRIF"l',OlerIt,i'■''   J
■ InrtW--' Hell's Prairie P. O,
TESTIMONIAL!
;'    Vancouver,'S^rdJune^ 1880.
MR.G. ROBERTSON '
VimcouTer;,
Reprt-seiithiK Goldle A McCulloch,
.1- On.lt, Out.
Sib.—We tho nnderBlarnod having, wit*
newetlithe terrible Are which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the lSth Inst;, have, after the Are, examined tho nuJos t-qld by you, some -of
which were put to tlio most severe test,
having beeh siit-romi-leil bv lnrge qnanll-
ttt'S of lard nnd bacon, and wo are pk-iuoU
to testify to the remarkablo maimer In
Which evety Safe sold by yoil'preserved
its contontfi, not only book* and. papers,
but also .thousands of dollars In -paper
money were taKen out In perfect condition.  Wo -can;, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly Are.proof;     ',,
h. A. Hamilton, (or the Canadian Puciflo
Railway Com'pany'' M. A. MocEeanJ
Mayor; John J. Blake, stlpomllaryMa^
gifitrnte; Hlcli'd. Alexander,, Just ice of
the Pence; John Boultbce,Polico Magistrate, City of Vancohvor; Thomas Dunn,
Justico of tlio Peace; Isaac Johns, col. (
Edward E. Rtind, Real Estate Broker;
It, Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Heal Estutc Broker; PitJier A  Edson,
Royal Hotel:  H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. It.: J. W. MoFavladd, Port Moody,,
to Vfincouver nnd English Bay; F. C.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Broken*; A. Vf.
Boss. Roal Estate Broker;   Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate BnVkcrs; R. C. Fer-
-guson, Mgr. R. C. P. MllUi■■•■,.   \ Je80t«
iJOHNSGOX,
Importer tind Dealer In
fairpoiiiT
•    INCLUDING
WHITE liBOHORKI,
BROWI J.BOHORNB,
j PLTHOCTH ROCKS,
LANOSHA-IOS,
White Created Blaok P«.l.nil«,
Guln.a Fowl.,   Ran.Hr Duck.,
While P.klu Duek.. ,
Pit Game., Houdanl.
HB>Blnl8'and F.ggs supnlleUat low rates,
and all stock guaranteeif.
Boy»l Irenue, Enst of Douglas St.
'; inh8to
K__s.^s?,--.:'-.i
I
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B.
(^
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
und Seattle Boule.
THE STEAMER
'    (J. W, TAItTE; MIMler.)   '
WILL LEfAVE SEATTLE EVEBY
TlmrMlayUomlnKatlo'elock, tor
Xew Westminster and'Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and t he Islands; arrives at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves, for'Coal Harbor about two hour,
afterwords; leaves COAL HARBOR rrl.
day Night for Seattle.
Fare lo Seattle,....., $A.m
'  ' t'relthl per l.n,.i.J...........J 1.00 ;
'' Special rates to merchants.       aplOtc '
A Private Collegefl
-TOP—— ;
Importer and Dealer in
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prioes
The best Place in the
Oity tqybtif your,:.,.,
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
I .,.-,    Deano'i BHok Block,   ,'
NKW WE8TMK8TEB, B. 0.
mhl
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL lit! OPENED At
ROSSUl, VICTORIA, B.C.
• ■ -' ■:    .—^ox-^*   - fj
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.
!•(-#&   BtllLlijNG .HAS   lS^LARGk
X   Rooms and  Is -well farnlBhed with
re-rlstt-r grates, batii roonm. Ac, Ac.
Excellent opportunities for all kinds ot
ichlthful exercises, Including boating and
bitthlng.
,  _  ipiiswL.   __  r        	
and tbelr general wel-furo carefully cou-
Pupjlsi will be ijuulo most comfortable
slderelii
A CWPITENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will bo maintained.
KxceUentfaeilUleswIll be afforded for
instruetioii ln KyglMi, Commercial,
ClMNleiil and M«d«rn LnKguige Subjects,
Willi Itttttranirnlnl Music.
Application Fornix References and full
information furnished by
REV. CVJ. BBKKTON.M.A.,
r[ .,*   .'NUW Wkbtmjnrtek
Junes, IM. dwjlylflto
—HIPOH-TKRH AHD DBlLMW UT—
Booksi •
Stationery,
Fancy
Pianos,"
Music,
Newspapers^
Magazines,
Toys,, etc.
The Largest Stock on thi: Main-
land,*; arid' second   to  no
House in British Co- •■ '■
lumbia.    .
—^SOLK A^iWeWoiW^-m
01 BewmaavUI., Oot.,
. .' . . .■ ■/ r„.
And ageata hr ill the leading America"
tOiisi.;
BIONTJMENTS
NOTICE;
Dominion   Lands.
t
6TtCE IS ttRftBBY GIVEN TrfAT.
Aieriuimi, i.ivw n^sHmnMDruiiiriei.nBV'
Ing boon duly ronflrmed, tbe undersigned
Is now preprirat to receive nppllcntlons for
Homestead Entry on Dominion -Limits In
Hiieli TowrisblpH respectively.
AppllcanlH must pcraoitnll-f nupeur before the unilerKli-iiod at tbo Dominion
Lauds - Offltm, New Westminster, and
mako the aiH')avlt and p»y tbo entry tee
of JlOprcscrilkui by tlluuse Id of the Lands
Regulations of lftft.     ";        *    T,w'
iifi  -■'"■'       H.U'W.'AI-rfMA'N,' '*•'
..    i !>.-'   . AgcnL of'Dominion Lands, RC,
Htlt August, I88ft "    dwaulomi
i       '{Mainl'ml Guardian eiaty.) .   ;*
A LL A8HICRSOBS ITNDKR THE "AS-
A fteskmeut Act*. 18711," nod nttieiullng
Aet*, are hereby Instrnotod .to prepare
tbelr rolls on or Wore (be With November
next, And the duties of all Courts of Revision nnd Appeal uro to be completed, and
the rolls'finally revised nnd comrjtcted,
on or before llio 31st December next. .
HyCommund, - .   ,,;
frovlnelnl Heeretnry.
ProvincialSeoretnry-sOffice,      .■' <■ <>'   "
Victoria, D. C, 6th Sept., ISM. dsellml
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP-
I pointed agent in British Cclumbia for
these beautiful-monuments. 'Full particulars** to prices und designs on application, r i CHAS. J. ROBSON,
Atthe Fruit nnd Confectionery Btore, op-
f poslteCblunlal Hotel, New Westmlnstef,
BtC. ban   .,     .n i mhSIte
Cloii! Cloiig!
MITE
TEB OLOTHIER,
HMjJurt-ftoqdyed'.
fRGII^^
FMMS^
RULED &
On the premise., u ne.tly And obw>*y.
•» »t uy oth.i   MtidjUlim.nt lo the
Provinoe. is ri
—AflBST*   «>» ""
Coniedtratlon Ufa Anwanoe Cn„
Norlli Brillih ind Mtfcantll* Flr*
Iniuranct Co.
—--Amenta tMpffi*OUijle-. ,''.'.'
A Urge Quantity ol ,
Borland ITonth^
r     Clothing!   .
:' '    ' • '    '     ' mi i ■ ■'''' r rin   .
■"     '■      7 Caie> of American ■
Filit;':'''HATg
Alu, a (nil Une ol
fiENTS'FURNISHIMfl OOODS
—HB NOW HAB—
Ibe Beit Auorlroeit In tke (bore
, tine erer eiklblted ln lew ,,
,',';: '''"^ WeilMloiter' • ,.r'
LATEST STTT-t-BS
ir   AH/MrestBaMlbloPrlowlorCeilh.
Ull Korlr ;■>« «•». *.«r Irlwiwu
Columiia Itiiir Orr. hut or I, c.
BUIPP1NU   BKO-lirMi I
DUOS, SOBTUA0l.il,.  f    ,;
iltti;'t*'<AWb*:.'i;''   "
CUSTOM H0V8X IUXK8.
IIA8KB, FBOH. NOTIS,
OBOIRB, SWJHW*.
And til kind, of Blwk ftx*. Ud BU»k
Fotmionhud. '
-All the LeMUBgr-
NEWSPAPERS
-AND——.,
* .nob,
Begnlulyiwielred. S.l«»lpiion.'»k«.'"
Iwu-rPnblieMliHiit tnmtnim.   •'■'•'•'I ,:;>;■
■   ■;.-■' ' ' :.r ..    ■.■l:-...i. ■ ,':■ ..)  inotl  l.li
:;;,;„ ^ '■;■■*■■•■.■■ ■■' -"■ ■ ««i-■■■■■<}
* We Import rdlnot htm ruumfu* ; ii \.:,.,
tamt, ud ounot beindonold In tkh      blip
rrtHtfat.'-"'""' IDlU-j      loll OUlil  .■:'.:
In Hn
1*1 'ill
I   --li, ,     -rlJl 'Jil''.',!'! fJ"rr'J   ..'(..! .J...V -J, iim,
OOIiCUBIA   EIT-Ua#i'   •■':■■'.     :   t
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