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VOLUME 1
T
•*■■■ y*,'v /'
Itm&l. *%«*< A   *W
ljB][v'  WEST
IgOKDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18, 1886.
gailTj $ritJ#A^bi.in
■e»a*ey Irealag. Vavcaher II, IMS.
At neutrals in the political war
we
tbe
Meal
"••Hffff".
out opposition on the part
Conaervativei. There ia a very
strong feeling, not only among Lib-
erala, but among the people gener-
faithful, or devoted thaii Mr. Mao
kenrie, and that so long aa he can
remain in publio life every consideration ahould be shown bim..   He
position to his return wonld call
forth a strong display of sympathy
on bil side.—The Week
T-veWOLF SMITH, M.D.
office HOt>R8-io a. ms tounoonj jj
to 5| and SHO to 8 p. m. dnoiotc
Theje ii^okyl^.a-MlJirM.Stswr ,£oi
in the London papers regarding the
English nobility.   Something of the
breezy independence of the American way of dealing with the aristocracy is beginning to make its
appearance in the litentti
We do not know
from London 8,
surpassed:    "MeanwEii'e- Prim
Beatrice keeps well and gives little
cause for the anxiety which Prince
Henry feels and shows to such an
extent *Ju>t hdUJkfnajdito be positively ofditi-d _**■» tag *y *o shoot
deer with th^DttJe df Hesse so as
not to worry.   He is but a simple-
hearted Teuton, of soft heart and
lethargic brain, so that the sight of
sundr;
be
nn, »n
tlie fair nf nuny
mnsr -
mysteries anent feeding - bottles,
sponges and flannel blankets, have
reduced him to a state of ante-pater-
The vote between the two principal contending parties in the late
state election was remarkably close.
in every county. So farns-it tios
proceeded, it makes no change in
the relative position of the rival
candidates as shown in the unofficial
retutns. The returns have not been
carefully enough computed to determine beyond doubt the result in all
th. 3_tmimMtK>Tkit*',
is reasonable certainty, however,
that McKenna, Vandever, Felton
and Morrow (Rnpublioans) have been
elected, and a strong probability in
favor of Biggs and Tht*w*s(-»<Bf mhl
orate). Sullivan, the deftfiMd Dtmfc-
oratio candidate in the fifth congressional distriot, ha,a teife-n'taSe psrejiisji-
nsry steps townW contesting Ihe
election of Felton.     Temple  has
the -supreme TiencnV Se legisla
tun will be Democratic by a major-
(Democrat-has been elected mayor
of San Franoisco, and the majority
of the DttiMMtlc ticket Was stic-
cessful.-SS Jf. Bulletin.
"M^".k**t*) (extended trip over the
route of the Canadian Pacific ltyil
way, and the splendid fuciiitiw '&
cured at tho Vancouver terminus,
tor the ™wmmm&m
na, and general East Indian and
Australian trade. Uth. by its steamers »n4cs*l^3-sW'<j»lt» tho
active aiid businesslike management
in contact, convince ihe that the
Canadian Pacific Railway has an
assured snoptMltt' failure before it,
and will without doubt secure its
short season —Jiini to November—
my firm, as agents in Japan and
Shanghai for the Canadian Pacifio
^"f'.""'^^d^Wf v«Pi
■bint (with the possibility of one
additional) with over 176,000 pock-
China, entirely for transit over the
Oani.te:_"tafl<. K-tilwaV' Iiito Cuti-
ada "audi il-e. Uuitjedr ".Utos. uo Be-
sid^.tift.anmwl js«*j-jrt of l^ftOO
balsa of Japan raw silk into Uie
United States, very nearly 10,000
\ bales of Canton and Shanghai (Chi
na)  raw  silks, also come by the
AVOTlOHEEIt AHD APPRAISKIt. *
Columbia si-e«li:...........*Jew Wattmlmter
St'jc<^,-*.kJ;i:r>,    '■■: '
PHYSICIAN * BURGEON, s. .. j
FIOE and RESIPENOE-Ohurch Bt.
(next doorr to FaHim' Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
'FIOE HOURS-.to 10a.m.j Itoland
ISO to Sp. m, Calls In town and coun.
attended'*' fe»o'
..'-,. .* r
try prow
ana
£jB:>.'V*,tilit
I';;. Hi     DENTIST,
Newl»**|**«n-t****iB.p.
TURNER, BEETON & COL
MERCHANTS,
WHAtf HTIBET' • VIOTOIIi.
—.tr-Tsrts- iron-
North British and. Mercantile
lngarai.ee Vo. for Mainland.
H. O. BEE-fON A CO.,
M Ffaisbury Circus,
London, **; C.
Colonial Hotel,
c.
dehJC-OT.
Ornoa-Over D.^<*i»tloeY'fc.,sBr*lr
Store, Columbia St, New Weatmlnater.
Hoars, sum me to i.- ——•-——•
Will visit Chilliwhack the (irst Monday
and HftJiillowln.; days In each month.
Teatipaislejillfeilraelil. •'aufb
J
■sal i
aii^tiBTERs, ':   . .
,; * * Solio-TOrs'-Sto
Offloe, Mckensle Street,New Westmlnsler,
and Vnncouver, B. O. Jylldwto
NORMAN BO-.B,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
ndAfe|t-     ' Moneji to loan.
Oolambla Street,
seat* >* '--J '■• %rtr*#estmlnHisr,.«.0.'
1 LBSRT 3. HILL,
-CIVIL ENGINEER,
La>d II
lar*****-*, n-a-atajbts-aa-i, ate.
OEPIci—One door North' of'"tfeasl§.'
Corbould * MoColl's, MoKensle street,
dw-seme
_9MM0
WALTBl
,i.i'|..|r|'     Uu   ...',■    •■    ' .( ,.i:ir' I
Aadlt.r, A.coualant, *_>.
Colonial Hot«*fi-4*4»i& "3»ieetfc_i
.     rf^3»«*le)Hlli-._l-<J««ilio,
• to announce that he will resume business aa ,       ,.-...
'aafr-rt-er, Real (stale »r«atr aa«   .
'"' Conveyancer
On and after the 21st Instant omoa,l»aw
'  Hotel, Murray St, rorTiroody.
m
Carier T*4ei A Douj-Im Streets,
Ftaii.Rnmot,a ■ ■ ■ um
T0URI8T8- HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Class tn every respect   Fully amp*
BIM with nil -Uki«»1«ihvs «r ll-Mlera
■lei*.  New and Elegant In nil lis Appointments. JTrkcs Moderate....
Tills msgnlflce.it Hotel is now open for
thejreception of Quests.
MTNo pains will be snared by the mnn-
All' commissions will,reoelya prompt
and careful attention. Best refereneee
given when required, ,   mhll-ta.
W.D.FERRIS,
IM WW al OBIM M
Rent and Oeht collector.,
a«ti»(*iT mat I4NK reaPAKT.
■artlJsH. lean.
LAND SURVIYORS,
(j*ieaj. Bstatc, Insurance and
Commission Agents. .
DOI.UMBIA STBEET,
Telephone ftl!    ' M«W WMTUHHTM.
F»ITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
* AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AMD- ■   '
General Commission Ag'ts
. V AN-OO-U VER.VB., Q.
LOANS NEGOTIATED,
time
R1
■ AL ESTATB WtOKBHS,
OIHcea at
MB*
UINSTEnt Corner
,—, aaiH;iarl^»>» Hts. .
W.R.J qorii4j ^Iri^lij
ini-Ottlti txWsibrs'alo'lA'nilaetttDhl.
Vanoouveranrl New Westminstor City.
FARM L)iHtti,olflshp«rl4i'''iUllly'^or
f SUtc. with a small portion for »'* «.tevgj. JJJ-j£>VZ$$
• Oanatla.     This subi would ot itself, nef!l5riTlnSri.5it, isiamiTNorlli Arm
i r-nttu-tmim^m^mw •»" mm*-
5 month; or about ll2,800 for every   .^"KaSffiiHg-JS •»»'«,»8^* «"• *1»iJ-«ii-
b fortnightly trip of" steamers from
m^^,IMj9j^-JM^f     AD    DBftDUCT
ol rail reads,
a gnat New Tt
(Ina of kith P_ioi««-h*h«itf«l'll'arl<l'u€Olltril«tOrANU
iJlr
'la«fi«N»
iftwn.
A fai
^_ti___x___m_t_mx%
JobblnXri 111 kllds-tWMrViiHndf-h
te I i TIII Nhetl. -       -nolle
tkB-SEVERfel. "XlA' Ct.JJ*ifecTlON'
-With John Mortimer, of Victoria,
undertakes to furnish
All kinds of Monumental Work
AT REASONABLE RATES.
, Also, tahls contracts .for Meson' Work,
ln nil Its branches. .:
Agent tor Bailer's Starr* tJeaterpletet
dl Kratkel-.   .
J". Oi B<ix 1st, NewVesti/Mnster.
rl oclltc
H. K.FIT vT _S,
Manufacturer A Importer of
SPOT'S *iP [
_SHOES
UdJra', lieals', Misses' aa* CUMna's
(eats, tkaas am CaMera    .;''_';
Slade to Order aud Kept on Hand.
COLIWIA ITIIEIT, fTn gpp, NYAOK HAll
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
mhlto
WALSH
He Model Tailor
[lit     "li     ■' - t: _
'j CotinbU Sl,» New ffeitmlntar.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Spring Stoek, we Invite Inspection of
tlio finest selection of
EH-fMrt* »«•««*» Crnsiii rreurh,
SUITINGS1«^S«
losmilfi i: .. .... ' :,. ::<:.
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
have secured the sersloM.of MR. UUQK
6>HAQ AN,a practical CuUei/whO hat had
lon, experience In London, Paris, and the
leadlrw eastern cities, ami for a UOOD FIT
and artistic style we defy competition,
mh»te   J.   ■; J     THos, WAUBH.
iTJ
Si Hi WEBB
.■•«0€TK)-NBBR
#W%,fSl
m Fittings!
L S. SBQULLAR & GO
Are Pre pared to Bupply and Krect
Gas Pipe^
L Oils Fixture*,!
And every tiling relating to this branch of
bnstness.
*r Experienced And competeat aften
only employed, anil work fttmranlMd
first-class In every respect. Prices as low
aa anywhere else.
r.ARlMoNSlTElEET,
0pp. Registry Offlce, New WeU'r.
OOME AND SEE!
4-jijsitc:
E. R. SCOULLAR.« po..
'; •       ciloinbia •trest,
.' Ji'r.i "'-< ■ ji  i.   '(j
KANU.-ACTCHBR OW
TH6S. dVENS,
KANU-fACl
BllHRj
Wf»M»OT«l, CtABMC, KALSOIHMWC«t
WALL PAPER.
«. iTlin largest assortmciit .of, Wall Papor
.16 the (My. Tomprislng newest paUerai,
always on hand ut .bottom prices.  Bnrn-
fl r
te
■""J ™  **•*   *..,t,\.  ,m*_j—^S_W..k     XST.-- —
<les on view at -I*. R. ■ Pearson .£ Co.'s
)tore, Columbia St,   Paper hnnRlng nt
specially low rates. dseir
BMsmitli and Machinist
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safesi Hawing Maqbioei,. Ac, Ae„   '
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Its branches. Fanners', Loggers',
HIU and Contraot Work; Agricultural
'Wa^ttTWoWr!'6 :
W. PROTHEffO&m
MANUPACTURERft AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
fcr-Toshop lately occupied by Mr. Daroy.
I Columbia Street.
Calland examine bur Hock
bofore buying. yftetSFCibe Kl
Intheelty.  Repalrlngofsll MR	
done. W. PROTHERO 4 CO.
J. TV. HECKLEY
we
Haying seeured flrst-class workmen,
feel coi-fldent of giving satisfaction.
»r H^rse-shoelngaspqelnl.tj-,  ,a, ,,,,,
dw-ily81to]   Columbia St., New West.
GUARDIAN
o*\xM&AifeVa
(du; (bt aii»i_^*p.-jr('[;'P;i    ;:,
-.8TABLISHEO 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low aa any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. rttWt^mfWm
<loo7ic        (R. C. S. A I*'. Co.) AOKNT.
(NEAR MpCHANTS'SQUAIlBX.
PURiSTITU-RE
MANUFACTURERS,
:    "Sffif '-Aim- A if. ■.  ■•;,-
U^HOLSTE^EflS1
Sprlnjand Wool Mattresses and
Bedding alwijn oi hand. ,
HAVINO* ,TAIEE»(.    :.;
Inndbom's Bulldlnjt, Front SI.
(Fonucrly ooouiiled bjr Kyle A Tllton),
IS   \OW KHADV
to sertt his custouiers* *nd «vory body
frith as good a stoftk as a man wants to
(Mleot from.;,*r:,\    .-■ .   , ; v j -
• »ry 6»»di, Crecerles, Pravlsleu,
Creekery, Ulassware, Bernmet •**•
&2&-%%iMMm'!&'W
dwocltle O. McDONOUOH,
, flAVEONHAN!
4
Hanlware Bedroom Skltes, In Ash,
Cherry, rValmit, or Mahogany. M U ■' i
Eslltnat«H for Ofllce and Storo FlHlugs.
An experienced -upholsterer:has been
engaged by the firm, who are now pre-
puretTimidoBHJ kinds dfir**-- - "-	
Iiolsloiy line.
wdrk in tlie up*-
djlywo
.. TO THE PUBLIC
Royal-ColMiufiospit&I
'twal'lbnlittliit'l
A larneAssorlmontof     ,
DRt° tfOODS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
XJ ortaeeiS-itlw nuraKff (£_
received at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, during the last
year, tho BoarM)fct>fracloi4fi« tfiicces-
sary to appeal tothe 'piimlc for assistance. In view ot the fact that the dis-
bm-semeuts for the last six months have
heerfi^wcMof the reyonue.^d that iiO
mibftc'subscrlptions hrfre been solicited
during the past three years, tho Board
are compelled to make this appeal.
tf**, (l. E. C»HBOULD,
rrtT/r a j s re --Preeident.
New West, Sept. -28,1886;   darse!l»iii2
«r*Sa:a3r aiid Feed
APPRAISER
r jIIasii  " !■'■'
to
AVINQ HAD KXTKN8IVK Experience lu California and , elso..
Whoro in the sliore bnsiness, I am now
prepared to take charge el any antes,
auction or otherwiie, .that, the pnhlic
may faror ne with,
Guns, Ult,, cartridge*, router.
Shot, niklni Tackle, Spceta-
clNi   Cillery,   aid   Bar
| BlMIWtrt."
TO BR HAD   AT TIIM OI.U  STAND,'
KNOWN  AHTHR   :
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA   STRUT.
. '   .'        dwaalTle
Administratrix -Notiee.
WH01,EBAt,E AND RETAIL.
,   3D?.'.J    ?■-=—" i <!
WU»B AS* COAL DCUVKIKII TO
iwr.rtit •# ittl urf.i •■
We run tr/nat-tacs dallr,eieept8unday.,
Jo Pen Moody, darryln, H.M.S. malls.  ''
Al no lliilinr orlo|i»ocolsii"eil ^ecan by
tenijieVrlftr 1intj.lt* 'Ind caroflil econoirijr
aervollieiniblloal
ff^"
Fe Ox\da.£LJcj9
rUACTICAL
OTICK IS KWKHBr MV-JC!? THAT
_.  sllp^rsonsliHU'blriH.-ili.l'.'-j.luit.us
Alwpoil Uejnolttf Himit.r.  foi mm Jy, of
Nsw WjgetmnutJt, tmemmt an- ftqtflrflU
to pay theamount nf ilielrln<lettt<i«liiMs
lieundoralgnetl, fortliwlth, itinl ull pi
iU
e-l, hi
■Itt'l-'ltTfitlneSsto
tt
.   .lnaany eUlmsaui ...........
are requlrou lo furnish ^anlciilura thsreof,
 lllUlorslgllBU,   ItllUIWlVlli
•unahavlnaanv claims auiiiiinf t It* estate
duly vnrlOeil, wlililni tvru nvmtks'fwM
tills date.     !       _ "
MOIM1IA K. llOUKll,  -■■''■
Adailnhtratrlx.
pated'Ve* Wait;(>(. lair, HMD.   oftffffm
U^PSROHIHAVRTAKKNMKKICKH
Ki *>n the cnni'jr r,t Mi IcoimlA imtl
Clarkson Htreots, une blork nlHivi* Coltim*
bia BL, wliere they arerww pri-pilrv-Hn
attfmlinhfHwfV. Q(Bfl ','M''*" -
IllblUi^l. flUMi
COLOMBIA STRFET.     NEW WESTMIHSIH.
 _.4_:;/' ni v.-r.; ..
M-I.A.TK MANAOEHKOR SAVAIIK A
LYMAN, MONTItK.U..
'VkrammeleH,' Rrpoatrrs, Chromi-
ItMAni-a, aid ill Ine H'atrb
!Sl}«-l»tr»'a*0*el»H|. ■'''<-'
ANr UNK HAVINO WATCHIM wllloll
kato ,bsr-0 lnJ''r*|l;'l» Inoowpritoilli
watch rouairers ran lie iniule equal to now
afaln. .faWKI.IITofall kinds maJe and
repalre.1. All work.warjiantedl clmraes
nmdarale.   KallltiawStlTob trMotchargo.
^aaVWAUVAM. SUitS, aad alAar
"^*     w.irkea aad tm.1— ekeapes
Ikaa aay alker kaase la ». C.
'LAbiKu' wito ia oarAt oof.o a m-
RIII0AN KTIJM WINDING WATCHKH,
Si'illMllr. III.r.k.'|.|rr.|N,|J|6;usual prlci.,W4
,,■ .IwrlKBIO r .,,;  ,
, 6ifm
The Gas Company
the Public that they
are 'prepared to do
Ga&JFitting -at lowe|t
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLORES,
&c, now on hand.
' |^- Orders may be left. ct
ihe Company's Office, '. Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.     . '    ,   '
J. I.
rl-JljOUC
l^dl-ICE
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
. the "Temnjra*»e*r Bpusr," fiontlna
oi, I'oliiinl.UAnM-AarrhMlteet-keni-jHiie
lhet Eplsce^*^^. .S? a** SKsa-a
mmik' homei
Will accommodate the traveling public
at Uie following rates:
Board por day....... fl oo
...   ru ■^mW"„	
: Blngle Una Is........	
Beds.... ,ijj ...;,„
fA.Qooa accommodation for Ladles and
families, myttc
.600
..    iff
to
E. HUTCHERSON,
»URSERYliAN A t)BALEB IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Laohebi UMMMd, B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IX-
J. form the people of British Colombia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, nnd Is prepared to fill
nil orders for Fruit Trees. Ornamental
Twes, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown according lotlie wishes of customers.  The
THE XBASE. FlXTtTRRH AND STOCK
of that  well-known  Variety Htore
next the Holbrook House, Froht Atemt.
Farm for Sal|!
AN IMPROVED FARM FOR MALB
J% cboan, and on easy terras; with or
wlt-iou*"* '-
thout the stook.
.AyrodlU ■ "       ''
ttount I>hmsh p, O.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTERlflfiTIN theLANOi I
ley Saw and Planing lllll: mill la
good OMer.  For particulars apply on lh*
premiseato ,      H^WWHV tu
Ot, Messrs. DRAKE, JA^KSQlC^
apHte ft HELMCKKN, VleWrta. <
:RIO .     _ _ _     „,.
subscriber has had a thorouRb practical
training ir "•- ■*—■ * ■*-—'	
ErmanenL   „ ....,
_ terest to deal fairly with the public. He
 _-.  -  - -  igL ._.   .
training ln tbe builness, and having a
 .__. ....... .... .. -*■—" laliiB
rmanent stake ln the country lt
„terest to deal fairly with the publi',. „„
#111 wait upon the various towns and set
tlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal ■U«r"-'-
personal attention
auiatc
B; StTTCHERSON.'
c. Mcdonough
««BL0E STOBE"
WATCHES
I ine uiortmeit of Aaerlcin 811-
, |   ver wilekci, pet. ilnst-oroof eum. i
Flrst-class gwlia Watches, from**)
. i ' upwarri.
CLOCKS
A large uiertnent of 8-dajr Slrlk-
iBf Clockl, with cathedral gong;
solid wolniit cases; latest designs.
Ali«,' Stlk Tlinu1 lilekle Alarar
■   Clseti.
rk wa
-■(•all
ualeir
Went WaFfpal
isar Remember tb.   place—the
Store.ri '
rlaaaSaMUUr. All
"Blue
rt*»a»4rr   7j^umhlaet.,»inr.Wott.
E8TAB118HBD 1859.
ROBT DICKINSON,
, BWOWER,
S-trlj tHmnifttr the CotraM Holrt,
I  j IJ'I   '! ,''*''' ■'.''■.
*    .KEW'WESTMINSTER
ANP  CHOICEST,
f all doacriptiona o|.
M
MBtTS nm ws
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fern-
llles, Rcatauraata, and StRimboats atthe
LOWKilT TOSSII'.l.B I'RIOIBS.
Land Reglsirj- Ordinance. 1870
Aa lauiTliled hair of Lol X.. ts. niork w,
pari .al Dlslrlet Ul Fie. IM, la Ike
€'tl¥«rfJWa»M»e|i.        |
7isptui-_s TUK-«iiTH.*icA'rj'
,,51lf-_2,_***;i**--R"-
deslmyeo! ma tippIK=n
for aitunlicnfo thereof
IIsIu^HmPw iosT^r MMfew^
cause le shewn to (l>* contrary.within,
one month from date,   .
B. W. ARMSTBONO,
.     _ il' :. .    «-    '*WW B»glsirw,
Ltuid Um. stry Oflloe,     .   *..,,..
I?e* We.Htntinsler, 27»h pcU»188».
ctocvrmi
FOtlWEm*
FKOM THE FIRST OF HOyKL.
nn 8-roomed House On Agnes S
AlsoUfrom the First of Decemlii
large Store, with Ija.emeul, 101 Collin**!*
Street, centrnll*. situated.
Applyto '      ' '"-•'■
■ ■■•■      HENRT V. EDMOHCS,
F-QR
THAl:DEIJOHTKI!I,RBBII)El!t'_IOS
Loi7, altnated on ProVost street, be- -
tween Mary and .McKensla.etRela.aarw,,
In the occupation of Capt Oram; rootalas
grooms with usual offices.   .' ,'6'e
Valuable City Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows. ,..,;
Farms on Mod Bay. .'.
80 acres of Land at Whonoet Itallwer
Station.   . ...   J
71 acres' of valuable Land 2 miles from
Sty on Haatlarjs Hoad; HWOcotdaef «M-
could.be cut.. .
ApWtb ' '     '    "i    ""' "'"'   ' '
j CACT. PITTKN1.RWH,
JeSstc |   Land Agent, flew weatmlnater.'
POR  SMS
t 1440 acres cmnci
3 MILES FROM tXADNEJtftr
. Landing, op the.Tnink wfam
Koad; two olfer roads manlngrbroifl,
thepremiaae.   Applyto ■■■■/  *-/. .
r   E. A- WADHAMS, !,■,•:
^USCj-.   ■  ,       L*4|l*^>:Ir|t-J|»»,S','C
Creaw1i:fan(lf:ea*0S;
-sJiid'TO-i,-.-',      '■wr
A. DIEBEL'6
FROHT STRKETl 'jtjWJ?. P. If, VjlM*.
2>ra—Tasm   ■
TIT HEREAS I HAVK BEEI__P«imt.
d.trls and all Mirer tf*m,,„ MMW
er accruing due lo William Isaacs or Km"
Hammoml, liy-lrtoe ot ah' order la-AW .
County Oourt ol Victoria, dated tha Bel.
Say of September, IBM, all; penoMS ti,
entry waned Irom re«l»lng, taking la-
UTSlBU^flRKallBi
JisaCT.Iils agj»"n.»f:w™V*fc«W."fo»j.,..
Ies, or frnm disposing, or In any aoat-
IngwfUi.aldestate.' .'ri    !...,M.'rjr>:.r,:   ,,.....,
having ta their poswaaloB aai MMIaot
the said estate (other than.what has been
legally dlsaosed of), aro to payi-dellvw-sr
accoiuitforbhe.aametoBie., ..
CHEMI8T&ORU68I8T,
COLUMBIA   tT«SfT
(CPP. COIONUI. BOTIU.
NEW . WESTMlNSTEB, B. C,
rk-iieum' rnwripiioM ut ttm-
Ur tftlij**! a Riftllltj.
N   B. - Oaljr UenulM Drop aaei.
Over twenty Tears'Mperieaos.    aufl
Public Notice
TS RKHKHV UIVHN that appllealhia
I will hiraiatlotoiUe.l.eL'Islatlve Assembly of thc Prtirlnee of Hrltisli Columbia,
at (he next, session -thereof, for an Aet to
lm oi-|.i>riiti*iicomi>imy for Mia purpose of
construct ititf, miuiH«iiiK nnd malnwlnlng
Wator Works »t the terminal ptttnt^f the
t'imullnn I'uclili. ItitllwHvonCoal Harbor
i'i<l Knglish Buy, und ror. the piij-p«>soB
tli-n'of urnnt in t- to tlie snid cnmpSnfthe
pi.vllo-ii. nf taking -water fromCapllkno
t,rtt*'c,niirnnby l.nke or other sultablt
koTnts, with power to tlio haiil Company,
to Imllil ft nines, aqueiUiet.H,)uy pipes, ereet
(iiiniH, m-i'iili-H lnnds, nud do allotlier Acls
and things neecssaiy for tht purposef
afores-ild, ,   ,
RBERT8 A TAYLOR,
Solloltors for AppllcanU.
Dated September .10th, iffi&   '      de«o
r..    WANTED.    ..
A MAN AND WtPKTOTAKSckAiWK.
nnd do ull the work of a Hotel In the
interior. Wages; IG0 por month and board.
litres will have to bo seatiWlth (h.o
Hpnlleiitloiiln    .     JOHN MURRAY,
trwno*\v2" Spenewi nrlrtge.
of Business!
c. BUNTE
JOHN
raiAeRn ''this  opjpon-ruNtTv ov.
1 Thnnkfn* the mile m thoir kind-'
ness and patronage In the pant and he-
spenks iheemitlmmneeof tlu'i-nim! tobls
suceeliinnri  ■ ■ iiil ' I'
.;W.vE'.:mEsr;:,''
Win! ho^entti Sep all old friends and main.
uianyinew. * ■    ',''       •"ii"'1'. j.;
' All persons indnhtort to/.m. Ihwtoaro
requediod loninke immedliMe.SettIpi*onti I
nnd nil claims ugninst hiiti.slioubl be prc-
Wcnted without delay. „   '
If yon have earjietH to wnr^wd layT wm-
dow blinds to mnkeiArt haag, pictures to [
frame, Ac.A(u.pleaaiujuvt*4ta-a«a)l»«,    t
WMertalpH'fflfcjW.i-Y i ri \h'     !
Next door to A. M. Hornna-i   '
,;  OohHubteSU, N.W;vB.O,
fpRE UNDERHWNKD (THANK* l4
el    the kindness and Mrnrlwioa of tke
nwipened the Public l.lbrsrr, s*d talsis
tliiH.opimrtnnlty tn oftr sa (btIWIImU  >
directions tu*t reoe*rM for patrons Md ,i *
Ytlsltors, snd more will, be Added ln oiajn m
i-eaKonablt snpiWH    Is aWalaed.   Tka ■
will amount to about Seems a.dVi« Ike
enst of tiuu elaar for seTen days permlMM
' see uowa fnitn all OTMlb#wortfl,«rt
...■THOi book« .Wfitth ,m»r, b    "'
every'-.M liours! There Is no i
•lenni book* whieb tuar bt> ebaoMd
every !M liours! There is no eompnlDoK
nlxiHt t li Is, but those who i ballet* I* ■*•
tin? in out of themlnandwkamaaalM
a direrit flrewill rtohbllewabprwlat* Wft '
lon. Udltsaodstmnmriawfi
Nn doiibtjess all It. e part Ies wfi-o believe In ,
-        **ir4, - fel oMv
instl lutlon.
so doubt less.-...... ,	
Blue Ktt>Nin will com* Wrtteti
s ftrug Store,
dm
BOVS WANTED.
s S"s5i,ihe' Bally, Uommblan,
UWil-iOlllfri    '■'     narJiW'
their owh credl?end that ol others. Cosse
one, mine all, and youJ will ha atl.odedrt
hv otio who eau soap all olaesas,Thi.:
Yours Itespccttolij.;';      ''  .'" '" "
' ' .'i"J i-t-tVr «i'*rtat*l*-.<i '•
,K«n-,W*-A)iAl|»1>WW-  1.-   ■.•***P>*.'
RtWOVAt i
*   once ... .
Apylv nt?mi*l
AdJoln(hKl)leUneon|e-l«ilalal
!».wWe«*j«lMle|.|»avli,*gp, daalml m
SEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice.....' *. H.  WeBt
El-munition..«....y..S. D, Pope
B.C.M. A M.Co... Mi. A. Suj-inon
Eraser '... ,<"f.B.C.S. AP. Co.
Notice ,..J*.....R.q*p.M.Co.
contention and agreed lor a _
to let the Columbian use L___
patches as well. This is W^,_
traniaction, und there Is ihi>ui
leliind itaither,      .'*        S*c_^
Personal.
f ailj) British Columbian
HeaAay Brealai, Xereatlier is, 1SW.
-tto-rioE^j
The Senate Mas. fio!
At a verjr.larjfe iiieeting of Canadian M«*AiA'yd at T6ronto last
week, Hon.. Win. Maodougall raavtle
a spe«ij* in which he gave the l-eas-
ons whicli induced him to withdraw
from th* -JAmervntiva parlr/. One
of these'reasons-he staled fo be tho
practice of filling vacancies in the
«ena_e By. persons belonging to tho
political party that happened to be
in power,.....This practice, Mr. Macdougall * said, destroyed the very
foundation gt j&ddfeni tisr. L, It is
quite plain thut reform in the constitution of the senate is one of the
questisiiC «■»' «ltist fint' a s0,u*
tion iefcwi many years. The reform
party stands pledged to it, and
many Conservatives admit freely
the impr/J^il^ vf-.tfa present ay-
rongements. It was pointed out by
Mr. ChaHton that in the natutal
course ^.events, unless, a cliango
of goTerntiient took place, in a few
years under the present system every
member of tho senate would bo a
Tory; and tliat branch of parliament, wu^ete!** removed,from pop
ular conkrSi^iniW veto any measure
coming from the commons and virtually, rforitrol tlie legislation pf the
country,- This possibility sweeps
away' From our parliament entirely
its popular character,' and constitutes a party house the sole and
uncontrollable arbiter of the nation's
poliqy,, Opming events are said to
oust their shadows before them, and
the shadows now point strongly to
the probability that tiie senate must
go, or ii must submit to very material "-(pdiiceAio**!. in its.oonstita-
Fftji*)*, *• psume, have an
mtefiftfflft M»f«the itiime'fise oiist
of rortnilig *«e of -the first-clnss At-
lantKii^r-djiihips. .'. A reporter of
the New Vork Tribune recently obtained j«ibi« interesting information
on AS j^ii^aiidal-wiotno insight
into"T"lfe life of i 'stoVsr- It »
stated that the Vteitftship Umbria
burnt 300 fUna of «oal per day, and
thatrlfei1-:cA(il 'Wil-8/one Iffy i*
120,000.. There is.oivthis vessel a
forco o£ \0t, men.„co*Hiected with
the funjiwes. Thejf %ork four hour*
ond tten liavi) eight hours oft during wnicli they usually go into their
bunks, for the work leaves them
quite in neisi-ofriast and sfeqi. It
is stated, nevertheless, that the em-
plovmant of stoker is not unhealthy,
andJtWti#:i Wl^ai.liye'aS.J^g
as fj^'!r«>n''if't-iey'taka'caw'of
theanB-yw, It used to be custont-
ury-^'^tpply.'thsrt fcll6jwsliberally
with; grog, which wiib supposed to
mali" tSeni eapalile of enduring a
great^rM-f'rtot-e. ThircMtom h*,»
lieen abandoned, however, by the
Bri^_ii;'in<l,; Amllrioaii Ita. ,, It
waJ'faumd-.tiiat the stimulant, although, it enabled the mon to bear
their work splehdidlyi left them so
completely usriViip that iri the long
run more, harm than good waa done.
The .French lines still give grog to
thiriMfefeN ir J*>i|r**lWtW:their«
are 12S steamships regularly running between North -America and
Eur(OT-^lw.tet.C(*iits..'illOO,000,-
000, edi|*)ysl8(7ri0 liien, consumes
-.1,000,000 worth of coal each
month, carries 5*00,0b0 passengers
«y-^i^^Hw*^W-':;;*
Ttie« Df spildieH.
The Columbian' ignores the point
of the question of special despatches.
A mainland paper has an equal right
to T|9S-. tfeWtoh'es witli isli-nil pa-'
pen, but it lias tin right to'receive
a spleMl -Jid'tniteir privilege. The
CoLi'ShiA\*s dispatches ore stolen
from the Victoria j-apers, when tn.
'm*fi)*Qfnfli)h>: tliteves are tlie
telegraph company and the Columbian. When the new postal tele-
graph .-nMuiiui' Min operation, oar
New ' wStniiiiSter friend will have
to. pay^ for what he uses.—Victoria
Timet. 'A few days ago. our Vio-
tori»<ri"*i*d explicitly stated that our
de-fsatiohee were not stolen: now he
ilecBjes, explicitly that "they are!
f h*'fc*yis our cotemporary is un-
iw-doably exercised over this affair.
Ouf despa'dies arc neither stolen
nor reeewed without payment, as
we .-live already stated, and we
mul*i3}*j^''0Ur friend either to prove
his ;»t--t*r*>-nt or take bock his im-
natitifln,-" Dow the Times imagine
itself, able to-persuade the publio by
it baU ami unsupported statement
of -^,.ciVi^^t,th«1'WesternTrtiifln.
Telegmph Co.. and the Dominion
OnvomnleiitTelegMph.bothof which
are purtita to tha arrangement, have
been-fiiiHy of fraud and theft for
Ibo biinkieenf fijvimnojlie OfilVU-
ment i-fSmply » btoni'Sr *natjt(!i* in
which n» defy (lur^angry.friend to
Hisopwctheslightest ceooltednws ori
the^li-Jffi^ttijs '$$*)!.,:,.Jhv tiff,
li'idm**** iatorin papers as-umao that
they lia^.j^urejnioho^lyof the
pre* -Uipiteheej but. the WsMtern
{Tnirai T-ahtrrrntfiTt Co, d'sp-rtf*. (tot
HAVE APPLIED TO THE J <C3_,
rrf the Interior for a,license .
iron the following lands,env-«-»**
all 1000 acres: eaat
8. W. V. Sectiou 11, Towirslrip_F-oJt
N. E, fractional part Sec. 11, li
N. W. Y, Su-llon 1L'( Township
8.frnoiroliHl '.'Section 13, To! -
N. V, Section f8, Township 18. «a>»r-
All sllua.cdln.iXew Westmlnsl_=
-1*'' nf
"Langley, 10th Nov,, 1886.
Entrance
X for entrance to High 8cliC-j>J-
held in High Seliool building, ■**■»-
minster, commencing at il::*
WEDNESDAY, December 1st
Candidates must bepunclu
attendance,
S. D. POPE,
wnoir-hl-dtl SiipUofEr
British Colnmbia Mill******
Mining Company (ti*
AlWMgHI-SIT NO;
VTOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVE   _    ^
JM   Assessment of ONE CENjjfla fc
has been levied upon the nurm^ —
above Company, payable at
pany's Office, Lnngley Sircot, \
The stock on which Iho al
meut remains unpaid after tl.^-_eiLl
December next, shnll from an
date be deemed delinquent.    ea.JSr-S
Dated rati November, I8SS.   - _^ __
By order of the lllroct<ir*l-'*s-y
OEO. A. 8AR_.__
dnol5td f**^**5*^
THB INSTASTAH^*^^
INK & ST^
£RAS£f
a»ll.
-MT-r.    Ht. JjXsrvery and son of Victoria.
ixa tho oity.
Mr. J. S. Ferguson and Rev. W.
H. H-adner arrived from Victoria thia
morning.
S-C-r. Mra. and Alius,. Sto\r«u«on, of
Spence>'a bridge came up on the Rithet
*£H.is    mornint*.
Messrs. J. Lena, O. Ruc1«b, W. D.
C*. Spike, E. A. Wadhams and M. M.
ISn«li-ah,  arrived on the Rithet.
Mr. U. -MC. Cuwper of Victoria lias
been in the city for the past few days
visiting hia son. This is his first visit
*o the Royal city with which he is
-very, much pleased.
Xt-egietered at the Colonial today:
T. Ol Bf orris. Texas; C. O. Osrr,
Texas; C. V. Griffin, Texas; Jas. Bis-
aitJt , Winnipas; C. \V. Moberly, Ot-
tawa; C A.. Olj'l.ensky, Montreal; J.
-F*. Pellant,        IVaserville.    Que.; J.
Rooney, O. P. R.: John Kirk-
land, X>elta;       Thompson,       Granite
Creek; Jaa. Crawford,     Victoria;
-A.. Parker and wife, England; A. J.
X>a.raa., I**ort Mioody; B. S. Miller,
Seattle; B. O. Play fair, Victoria; G.
JF".   Mathews, Victoria.
Jacob H. Bloomer, of Virgil, N. Y.,
writee: '*X>r. Thomas'Kclectric OU cured
aa lasa-tHy ssvelled neck and sore throat on
nay son in forty-eight hours; one application alao removed the pain from a sore
toe;   any wife's   foot   was  also   much   in-
flamed ao    much   vo that  she could not
-wavHc about the house; she applied the
Oil, and in twenty-four hours was en-
ti rely   cured . * "
Will remove all Ink
Stains, Iron Rust, Qr<
Mould, and leave the r
fabric perfectly uninh"^
'■ '-:■' >''*!
TRY IT.   PRICSli
1.0. »WTIIH»» * •JIIMf*"*'?
NewWestfnlhster, Vancbuve'B
dwnoi'tc ..
■j&q_?xqfi*
on
If
..pKJgaEBKBy QI\ *c»r
_..   dt»?i.ftef (lute vre lnt^-»o—
ippllcaflon to tho Chief Ct . ^.
jf Londd him. Works for a li-1™"^* **
berlng puriwsoit.of the follow!
lands:
Tract No. -.-C'ommenoln__aS _■
cholnH east ftom A. J. Cotto^^^
corner Hints.(Blk Uny.Johni    m-
tbenco south, 40 elitaiun: wel -	
north, -10 ehnins; west. 40 ciuPBVQW
MchalnBj-weHU-soolioinHjiHir; v-i__r-a
east,-10 ehalnBi north.'JO cl»n»- «-»-m.^^
chatus; north,20 chnins-' eai -ox**
nortli.aochftlnH; cant,20 <-lml__, __.»»♦-
clialnH- eust, 00 ohiilnn, ther~_zi_*
ibon-llrieof Elk'finy: uieiir_La.-KX>K
westerly direction to Vf. It-f >-j**t*t.
claim; theuce followlnc i
claim to Haywawi's fiouilicii*
Qotterl's riorthwwit cftl-ner
Along Ootterl'H south nntl on
..to phtce of commentfenn-mi
containing 1800 ncrce, moro o V»»» ■#-
Thaut No. 2.-Cotnineuclt X^T
liornle, Northeast corner Not-* to
nel, Thurlow Mand; thoi)a»j»*cl
chfthm, Eii8L 20 chains, Noi _^.im-^r^
West *fo clmlnp. Nortii 40 i ***-**»
-10 chains. South  HO ctii.l.nM*_OJ*
ffiita^nR^W^oHft'Hff'nii  *5^_»
Mcommencomont; suld tii.*-»m»<*.
BOO acres, murcor less.
Tkact No. a—Coniniennln
on shore line of Thurlow IhIw _
anchorano,   Cnrilero   chant*'■••-•'••■■^
Mouth 4Q chains,
chains, East 46 chain".
Kiwi 40 chains, North 40 cfe       i*t
, Kast ai di
ehlJBS,*Nq
chains, East
BlWt 40 clutii   . _
westerly to poiut of commei
(ractcrmUilnlnjr72(i acres, nn  t;o^
ItOYALCUTY-rL^NIKUfe
New WeHrtiln»t*sr, B.C.,  " ■
loth November, ism.n
SITUATiQH -WiSS*.
BY A MAN WHO IS CO>l'iw'**»"
ke...{i Ijooktr, look alter na
inercantlle'iUMlnoiwr, wlleel
take chnrveol a bnldherliu
would undertake almost a  *a*i
eniployineiil.  Apply at Tbtaa-elk
dwnolSto   ,       _ -,
UNDER A COMMirrK^il—.
nt«m«nt,a Qttatlrllte -^-^«J-
ontonlsed in this City.        * «*<       *a
Thc Club meets every altea -tea r*»
uud promises to be a compls    «-*2 —
Qenllemcn Wishing to Jo | .« *r-
ed to hnnd tn their names il . s . m_—
allrle ellher lo Mr. M. WCT - _     . .
A. llflRERN; or Mr. OAI»»ss-
from whom full portlcnla
tallied. ■,     -art.
(Beorsie Wuodtharpe.
1*116 "Victoria papera speak hs follows
of the performance *' Among the
Pinoa" *by the Georgie -Woodthorpe
company:
A_Cia_a Woodthorpe ia at her beat
as '* XjifJJtle      Butterfly,"     for      it* is
apeciatlly Baited to her voice and style.
"While it is. not a part that requires
much ./tne-rwe in Ita portrayal, rat it
needs aa spirit snd dash to make it
successful, and' the little lady waa not
wanting in theae requisites, and was
frequsntly applauded. In the song
and dance in Che third act ahe received
aa hearty - recall, whiob, however, she
mrmm unable to comply with, owing
to hoarseness. K. Jt. Cooper as . Hop
Siing' was the delight of the house,snd
cas nraeh a favorite with the drees circle <as with the gude. The house waa
crowded ''for a aecond night, which
proved that the company bad won the'
appreciation of the publio. —-Cutot,ist.
-* Among the . Pinea*" ia a 'drama
thoroughly western in character, wild,
rugged and uncouth, almost akin to
the border drama, yet aho wing in bold
relief the good and true heart which
more often heats beneath the' rugged
exterior of the miner and trap|M.v, far
from civilisation, than beneath the
highly polished surfaces of thoso residing ira centres of population. Mias
Woodthorpe in the rolo of '• Little
Butterfly," a child uf nature, did re-
nau-i-lcably well, and in the mere emn-
Cional scenes a-as loudly applsuded.
The hit of the pieee. however, snd
thst which "caiinht i»i" with the audience, wss "Mr."-?. A. Cooper us "Hop
Sing." Aa the hem hen Chinee Mr.
Cooper waa inexpressibly funny, and
displayed a wonderful power of mim-
icry. Ti-mtes.
The Georgie -Woodthorpe oompany
leave fer Yobcmtm by to-morrow
morning'*. boat*. They are tha brat'
' *- all rooud" company which haa visited -Victoria for aeveral years, and we
-Esava recommend them to the people of
"Vancouver aiid New Westminster.- -•
JP*o»«.
Mrs.
Nelson.
-saftrrer   from Chronic
for    eleven   years.     Always after eating,
Brantford, writes: "I
Dyspe-psis
ter eating,
ara intense burning sensation iu the sto-
mach, at times very distressing, caused a
drooping and languid feeling, which
would laat for aeveral houra.after eating.
X was seuuiumeindea by. Mr.. PoppleweU,
Chemist, of our city, to try Northrop A.
I^ymau-s "Vejretal.le hiseovery snd Dyspeptic Gore, and I utn thankful to suy
tbat . I: have ——■*— -been better for years';
that burning sensation and languid feel*
ing has all gone, and food dors not liu
heavy on my .stomach. Otht-ra of iny
- - -       - - *   - ~—. *—...,.. **■ ■ ■
£m*taa
^
have uaed it with bost results..
HALLSt^
RENEWS
•CTas
The great popularity of thaa-ss-e-A
after Its test of many yearsr a
assurance, even.to the most*-.^
It is really lucrltorloiis. —Ts^
used Hall's Ham Itntmrt »**»*«-
It does all that Is claimed,  lsl lea i
It causes now itrowth oir _______
to«-8-rici-H-lt-ljfte hair t ^^„
dead, Willi* in seldoni t he, ** "
natural color to gray or fa w
lervM the scalji healthful-ij---
dnndruffi prereata tho hall  t-^lit>
changing color; keeps It w 4m_
trons, nnd canoes ft to ■•_    j~-
thick. '■*—*■—;-
Hall's Ibm B»siswi!*e»-w»«>
effeots hy the healthful li - _f aeTTt *
wgetablo Ingredients, «li>-blae>
asd rejuvenate.  It Is aot . _'_ f
a dellghtfal prtlcte for t(r'1,--**B***--
talulhg no alcohol, It ai   ■"u
orate quickly and dry up I Mast
leaving the hair harsh -nr-t» ,,».
other preparations. ' iti^^es
■uoklngham'tas-^h
'   MS T"*   -ahs
WHISK I  *-   a
Colors tliera bft>wn or bl*
•nd u the best dye, becwM
M-oduoes n permtnent nstu
being % *- '
curious    l-ailway  which  furtushes
own     motive    power    carries   iron
from    the   Rio.   mines in the Pyrenees
*<*   «.   <lijst»n-e«   of    nearly seven   miles.
lt    is    l>uilt   on the X-tartigne single-rail
systom.    send    ia    worked   by   electrical
machinery    designed   hy   Messrs.   Sie-
mens.   the    loaded   train ruiiniuu down
generating a current of electricity suf-
ticiently      powerful      to    haul    up    the
•empty    train.  .;    Det^iile of  the working
system    are mid to consist iti using the
motor     in    -descending   ns   a   dynamo.
which     generntes    current    enough   to
work the motor on the ascending train,
tho     difference   botween the weights of
the     two trains lieing sufficient to com-
penaate    for   the   loss of tlie electrical
••___» fti ciency.
 —•*»-•*_. •*» ■ -- —
Mort EXcaccUTi.vu are thu twiuuud
which rack the muscles and joints of the
i heumatie. Noithruji A Lyitian'-i Veto
table TMaeo-very and .Dyspeptic Cure. T»y
promoting iucreased action of the kid-
neys, hy wrhioh tbe blood is more etfectt-i-
ally depurated, removes through the
-natural chauneb cet-tKin acrid elements
in the circulation -which produce rheu a*,
-tism and gout. The modiuine in alao a
-fine laxative antibilioun tn<*diciiie and
_ general correcttvr.
Dogs in _t*a.rin are   treated with truly
Oriental     courtesy.      A   correspondent
says    that kind treatment makes Uumh,
fmm      a     role, the    most   inoff*j;iKivc   iind
amiable     animals  in the world.     They
live      in    close  coin-panionRltip with hu-
m«*n.    beings, and   are coutimudly haii-
-tiletl      and     oenversed   with   and   made
oomeadei     of     iu     a   uiuuuov that udda
li*.r^oly  to     t-l.-t_.Ii*     luttnr-rtl    Int-jIHgenue.
* 'Oonsuquently tliu   iPitriaiau   dog, wheu
'accosted     by •*   »tnui«;*'r,  ir*  accustomed
-   to  except caretuicA and   |»*>s»ib\y a lump
of   sugar,     and     is     isot   nt all  inclined
to    snarl  or to aim p.
Ill--fitting boot*i mi;*) .-hue.» cause coms.
llolloway'a O-m 4.-uie is the article to
use.       CJet a l»ottle at one* nnd   cure yonr
SLfiCTOES
I —-OK	
lew Westminster District,
aRNTfcEMKN.—Ai.tt,i.ut*ce88or lo yonr
lut** repi**tfH«Mit»tlT»p In tlie CommoiiH will
Soon tiuvu to be elei*l-eU, I hereby announce myself a oaiutldute for the position.
I purposo publishing an address lu
which I will give my views on the most
Important queMtlou* atTecMnK vour Interests, and will visit the (tlfleient settlements and udtlresH the clectorti before
election doy.     ■    -'
In Politics, Jam itguin-M A<*TitoitouGH-
T_Y IMmPKNUKNT.    TU? -
Yours respeosully,
dwoclMU' T. J. TRAPP.
. A. 0. Noyes, '.-Newark, MiehiRftn,
writes:; '-I have enquired at thc drug
stores for Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil, hut
have failed to find it. We brought a
bottle with us from Quebec, hut it U
nearly gone and we do not want to be
without it, as my wife is troubled with a
pain in the shoulder, and nothing else
given relief.    Can you send us nmc 31"
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Prssar ISmpslclscrs.
Paris, Not. 14.—Rosee alias Basse,
murderer cat Mme* 'Lay'ton, has boin
arrested in Cunstaine, Algeria. After,
the commission ot the crime Rosee
took the first steamer from this city for
Algeria. Arriving there he resolved
to join a band of strolling traders, but
not having any ready money to carry
out his intention he offered sortie valuables for sule to a jeweler whosuspect-
ed he did not come by the articles in a
legitimate manner and informed the
police.
London, Nov. 15.—Advices have
been received at Plymouth tliat lhe
Chinese steamship Tatukaman was
.burned while. running in pressuro in a
gale at Niagata and that SO persona
who were on board perished, including
■the officers, whu were Englishmen.
Pari**, Nov. 15.—Further particulars hnve been received of the railway
accident at Cisteian depot at the base
of the Alps. It appears that about
3000 cubic metres of rocky earth fell
from Mount OevviB, overwhelming a
(rain wliich was proceeding at full
speed from Marseilles. . One first-class
carriage was crushed to atoms and the
engine overturned. Tlie driver, guard,
telegraph. Clerk, anil four English passengers were killed on the spot and
two other passengers Inter on died from
their injuries. Stokes' life is despaired of. 20 other persons are suffering
from their injuries.
' Sofia-" 'Nev. 15.—Oapt. Sabokoff
has been delivered to the Russian consul at fiourgas, Copenhagen.
It wss stated onSatnrday thatPrinoe {
Waldsmar was personally willing to I
accept Ihe throne of Bulgaria.
Rome, Nov. 15.—PrinceRoocajtoine
Bonaparte, who was wounded while
serving as a volunteer in the French
aimy in Tynquin, has coiiiinitted suicide by shootiiiK himself.' with a rer
volver. H.s nail lately shown, signs of
insanity. • '*    ■"■■'-■
Sofia, Nov. 15.—It is rumored June
that Russia is mobilizing troops.
London, Nov.     15.—A committee
Appointed by the cabinet to prepare a
measure for reform of   the  procedure
Miles of the house of commons held its
first Session to-day.    ffius committee is
composed tif tori) Randolph Churchill, I
chancellor of the exchequer; Sir Mi- ,
chael Hicks-Beach, .chief secretary for |
Ireland; Mr. H. Matthew, homo sec- j
retarv; Mr. Stanhope, colonial  sogrc-.
tary, and Mr. IV.. H. Smith, war sec-!
retary.'
From Pole to Pole
AYEB'H BlBflAPAHIIXA  bu  dSBOMtnted  Ita
powerofoureforalldlieMwoflbeblooa.
Ths Hsrpoonsr's ttory. '
Mio Bedford, Juno 1,1883.
Dn. J. C. ATSB k Co^Twenty yetri ifo I
wu a hirpooner Is tbl North Puclfio, when flv«
others of the crew ud myeelf wen Ud up with
maiTvy. Ourbodleewenbloftted.gumeiwollra
and bleeding, teeth looee, purple btotchei all
over us, ud oar breath eeeaed rotten, Take It
by and large wo wero protty badly off. All onr
llme-julco was ncoldentally deetroyed, but the
captain bad a couple dozen bottles of Atib'i
8iRa-iPi_ULtA and gavo na that. W« recovered on It quicker tlian I bavt ever wen men
brougbtaboutby any other treatnuntfor Scurry,
and I've ieen a good deal of It. Seeing no men*
tion In your Almanac of your Saraaparllla being
good for scurvy, I thought yoa ought to know of
this, and ao send yott the facte.
Respectfully yonre,   IUlpu Y. WntuTi.
The TroopeVs Kxptdenee. \?
icen,BasutotaHd[8. Africa,) XanM. 189$,
%.S. c, Ayi»fcCo.-Oentltmen: I him
- pteamn to teatuy to tbe great Tatoa of
• SarasparUla.   Vfa hava been atattnad
JfiMWfll
Db. J. 0. AynlcCo.—Oenthmen: Ihiw
moch
your    _   ..   _..__..
here for over two years, during which thae we
had to live In tents. Being under canviu for
such a time brought on what Is called In thfs
country ■■veldt-sows." I had those sores for
aome time. I wu advised to take your Barsa.
narilla, two bottlea of which made my eoree
alsapnear rapidly, and X am now uulte well.
Touratrufy, T.K.B0BM.     '
Trooper, Capt Motmttd Riflemen.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Ja the only thoroughly effective blood-purifler.
tho only medicine that eradicates the poisons ol
Scrofufe,. Mercury, and ConUgioiw Disease
from the system.  .   . .
rWtP-lRED bt
Dr. J. O. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mam.
A new map of British Columbia joat
iuued by toe government, for tale at
T, R, Pearson k Go's, The belt map
ever tatted; t2.25.—Adv.
OT. PAUL'S OHVROH. -Services ev-
C3 ory Sunday at 11 a. m. ana 7 P. m. In
the Church. St. John street, below Roynl
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially Invited. Sunduy School at 2.30 p. v.
(fefflto)       i
METHODIST CHURCH, Mftry St
Rev, 0. Watson, Pastor. Services at,
ll a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday School and
Bible Glass 2:80 p. m.    Prayer Meeting on
TlmrHdnys at 8 p. in.  Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited. Je7-tc.
BAPTIST CHVRCH, Rev. RobtW I*ti--r
nle pastor; meets in the Court House.
Services at 11 a. it. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
Sohool imd Bible Clnmj at 2.30 p.m. Prayer Moetlnp Thursday evening at 8 o'cloek.
Strangers cordially Invited. aplfite
L UNION LODGE No, 0, A. F.
-_#\f * A. RI.—The regular Com-
it M munloatlons of tliis Lodge are
/ IT \ beld on the lirst Monday ln eaeh
montn. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
fe23-tc . ., Secretary.
F'
or
D. Drysdale & Cot
' *
Have now in Stock a Complete A^q^mieot of|: n'rj^.j
HOUSE FURNISHINGS and CARPETS.
Men's Clothing and Underwear, Pine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' and, Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
TWEED  MACKINTOSH    COATS,   GOSSAMERS  AND
UMBE.RI.LAS.
»&»AT REASONABLE RATES AND MOD flAUTY.«»|r
-■..'•;   ■  ' ' '':,:,; -i
Samples sent dn application.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwocftc
73 Columbia Street, N.Wi'J
■-r-U...'_l'.ljfl
JUST ARRIVED
^-AT---
P.IMMON4, '
IVrwtr Rithet, from Vlc-tori.., Nnv. Ifi-
MWt* Towle, Mr and MrsStcvcnttoii, MisB
Ht4>venconf Hev 1-f.ultH.r. J It F«rgu»nnt
Carr, Qlffun. J Loin, Cameron. H U MUlor,
tl Hudffo, w DO Spike, E A Wadhams,
M M English, Rhermnn.
'. Por str. Itollatico, from tip-river, Nov.
16—P J Hmltli, Win Morgan, J T Wllkln-
Kon, A Crawford, O Kortrey, W Sweatnam,
Jno Carroll, oIiuh I-ane, Mi«s Belle Han
tllHon; MIsh Evi* Sherman, G H Jones, Win
Johnson.,llm Kipp, W MoLano.H Pun-
winif. R O Plko, Il Tromwell. Jno Low, A
mindrat,.! Mt.l.enitan.W Walen, J U Bristol, Rev Crouohcr, N HoliiiiKon. R Short-
reod, Mlas Campbell, M Mclvcn and wf,
W Jennings, J Molven, Monahan, Mill
Irving, Miss T Turnbull, J Trembath, 8
-McKee.
If your chiUlreu ara troubled with
worms, «ive tnctrt MotKerOftives'Worm
Kxtorminator; safe, aure and effectual.
Try it, unit, mark ^he improvement in
your chlkl. ' j.  .
Wholesale City Market.
Boor,      per too IbH......	
Pork "          	
Mutton "           	
HMes<Br»n>" 	
Potatoes "            	
Ttirnliwt "           *-.*-,	
Carrots   ' '* ,  [*..._..m
Piirhlilnfi ■ ™            	
Items "           	
CHbha-^e " ...........
(Milnns ** „,
Apples " -t¥%j*.,V
IVatm "            -
.Wheat "            u.<
On tn *■ ...—»,
I*«-'ltM " 	
Hny. per ton	
nutter (rolls) .per Its ,
Cheetie, '*   ...........
EglTH, Vm' ■*■"* -
Geese, each      	
-Dueks " 	
riiir-kens, per pair.	
Turkeys, pi-r Hi	
Onul wood (retail) por eon
BRICKS UJRICKS!
OH  SA..K-A   LARQE QUANTITY.
Apply lo
W. B. TOWNSBNIl,
AUSTIN  BBIOE.
_ _   rt'io*lft* '
Z-. SMITH,
CITY SCAVEN8ER,
-IS  NOW  PllEPARED TO   BKNQVK
1  Nlgh'Soll, Dry Hllbljisll,«».     ■ , '
All orders promptly exccutfiil al reftfioll- !
ableralwr. Z.SMITH,
__—_     _     itoofito ! ^_
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
'V     Manlilnoturuiti und Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. Q.
dw-Jly81te ■ - ■        i'-J t
3_*TpTiq_B,,.
mH-U-RSIM.-V, THE l-tm INSTANT.
1 having been set apart and appointed
by His Excellency the Governor-General
In Council as it day of General ThnnkH-
j»I vine tliroiifrhout tne Dominion, the Public Offices will be closed ou that day...
JNO. ROBSON.
Provinoial Secretory.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, BC, 4th Nov., 1886,     dnoStd
JAMES ELLARD & CO.'S
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmiftgs, Black an-4 (-Jploi-edi
Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES- CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery-Sc Mantles.
LUni/UlM  IlUUDJBl, Sheets. NewJWeHisir^^   a^ail» ■''
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
& Staple Dry Goods!
JF'orjSja.le!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and 5
1 yfears old; good travellcra. woKitnlrle
or double.
I Hay Hor»r,8yeaniold; worku single or
double; nice ladleB- or gents' saddle horne;
vory gentle.
I -Miratrd Butw> I ■» sprlngi; nearly new.
ft ttinii of Timothy Hay on North Arm,
Frasor river. . , ■    .-,
. 'is blilH. Mil Salmon, s kair-bbk. Salt
SalHMM Bellies.
Also-One aad one-ninth Interest In
c.,,*-.«.,c.*.*«r.lvJFRE!.CH
New Worn., Nov. UUi, 1880.       dwuol2tc
r«.iR-
B. P. HALL ft CO, if** ***'
.    Wd by aU Dealera in
At   aa  ooll«tf-a    •»x»i»»tt»*•!••* •* Wlnt
as   th*  Iwnt    inauhitoi * ' **-*»*«    tht* ,|«---
fttaaur c»f pl»y«t«-»        ** P   *.-»♦.   .
A    fan 11    line of   ;^iii-i*1i*«bi H> nnw1' jut-t
Tllft Gi*6nt French Remedy, Dr. La-
Dtic'a Periocliual Pilltt. Tlif«t_ I'ilU ino
conii-oumleil from the. purest drugs, nnd
from those only which an) known to act
upon -tlio Generi.tire Organs in l^-tnalea.
Ilicy »i*o first enoloaod in an air-tight
capsule, ami hy thin meane made to re-
tarn tlieir full strength for yours in any
ul.imi.ti-. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Hkkuimi * D. H. Cubtih*Co.,
New We-itminstoi'; T. McNeoley, Ud*
m'i's.l^ii(lii)K; H. MoDowell & Co., Van*
cou\ur; l*iimniry ft Co., • Niuiainio; T.
Piukiirtl. Denmau Island; A. It. JoIiiimhi
it Co., tJheinuii-us; R. B. Bichnrdsou
Cmviulmn; W. E. McCartney A Bro.,
Vaiicoitvet-aml Knmloop-t} Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouvor; The Vancouver
Di uir C<»., Vnncouver; ,T. B. l_-ovell, Yalo;
W. B, Mrgaw, driest Valley; H. Clark
& C'V," Kniiiloojpa; Lanmikv & Co.,
wltiileaalo lu-'tiiitti, Victoria. . dwse28yl
THK WfMT HIIOKK »'«M MRPTKNBRK.
-•Thr. litfji HmamiHl Urttish r«m»-
Mi% BAlilim. A MH«WH naw on hand
■« T. K. iN-tar-MiM A *'•'•,, aala iterml* tor
f he n-ilnl-aN-4. nl fit ru. -nrtt. tr
PAVILION
Skating Rink
THIB WELL-KNOWN ROTXKR 1UNK
will bo open ns follows:
RATtJllPAYS, 2 to 4 in the nfternoon,
and 7.80 to 10 In the evening.
AdmlHslom Gentlcmim \ee\] Ladles
free.  Use of Skates, 25a
Persons' wishing lo secure tho Rlukibr
select skating pnrtles can doso on nppll*
°flt °n'wiNTBMUTE, CALBICK & CO.
dno12te
COMING
Tlio T.IhiImI mul   Clinuining  Yoiiiif
1 '■>:■        Actress, . .   .
OI-iOTHIlNrC3r,
UNDERWEAR,       .
Hats and Caps,
Boots & Shoes,
AT l-HK
LOWEST PMCER
<lwno3tc
H.B. SHADWELL & CO.
(OI'POSITl. COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
Supported hy the Wautik CJoinedian,
MR. E. i COOPER
And ii Strong Dramatic Company, in
. tlieir I'ictm-cBque iJinifla,
Among tlie Pines!
DRILL SHED,
TuBsflay Evening, 16th Inst.
ReHrrved Seal*-.iiwi lent T. 11. Pen mm j
A On.'.* H*iAlf«trtri-. dnolntd-   I
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVK FOK MANY YfiAKS .SUFPUKD THK WR8T UNO WIW1
excellent Bread,and superior ("h-oceiii'8 liave juat purchased Mr. WUlie'a
lease of the Bakery, lately owned Ity F. Kimble, oii Columliia Street, and will kvef
the two houses o)»n for thu acooinhuxlation of t)|V public. They engage to wipply ,
Ooods'of the vet}' Ijoat description and at the lowest |»Mib)e price,.
I*Ooods dellverud tb all purtB of the (Ity tiye of charjj*.
dee^ta
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, td.
1MPORTKIIM ANI'  DRAI.KR8 IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTIUIKN1S
ilro.ll •'■ r      ,   ■ .,,   ,,11  i.      |.)     ...       J  |i|.
N«w WMttninM»r  Vtmo*Mtv«r * Vtottxtti. ail-^f jjlish Columbian
quake sufferers, the managers of the
coutesthavo  arranged  that Solliva*'
Preu   ^^^^^^^
Sbattus, Nov. 13. —A special from
Port Townsend says: The Britisli
bark Webfoot, (*»*»:■! ydi/m, which
left here Nov. lOth, lumber laden from
Tacoma, for Callan, is off Clallam Bay,
on fire,, JfT«r cr-im ia in Claltum Bay.
The Dark was' water-logged before
catching lire. A tug boat is alongside,
and the revenue-cutter, Oliver Wol-
cott, is on the way to the relief .of the
barkjjijtjiiiarticujaff asj^.jj      ;..,
Niw York, Nov. 13.—At a weel;:
ingot the stockholders nf the Pacific'
Postal Telegraph Cable Co. held today in tliis city, the following oflicers
were elected: President,.!, W.McKayi
vice-president, W. C. Van Home;
treasurer, E. C. Piatt; secretary, J. 0.
SteveM*- dineton, (Joo. Stevens, C.
eiicr/W^eCiSi, anrlG. O.'stSevens.
Thd"'RUM "ol "rant^'cir'.fl.-.e'ft!
inade their report this afternoon as to
the result of the late election. The
figures do not atlier the result aBiin--
mshed by theiisMfciated press ou'*5le_*1
tion night../.The official figures, for
mayia.."jte; .Hewitt,. .90,552; .fieojjie,.'
08,110; Roosevelt, 00,435, and War-
dell, 582.
ORicioo.JSir?. _%--«lii_ j-ftemoon
•.,000 strifer,; gei.m-l about tlie
dwelling o^4_t>iM3's aini-Dyte who
was attacked yesterday while attempt-
inn to move his household goods to
another place. This -employee is a
Knight of Labor, but refused to go
out with the others. He again had
hU goods upon the wagons this afternoon when aet on by a mob. The
'I byftompanjM
pad of -piiikcrton'i
t tlio-|pads. Tlie
_ -    jMjjfuid-Miis
ly overpowered f inkerton's guard,
when another company arrired on
double quick, charged , through the
mob, and arrested six men and United
the othen; no casualties.
At a meeting of the striken to-night
a despatch tm UfSi Iff-Vts Brim from
Powderly, ufteili |i*|#ril(e oJ and
the men tofttufnyf•_>_.I t_S .out
timent <9 Ine Tfteenflg -ffia^Squally
divided, and further action in tlie matter waa postponed till Monday.
order! in his possession since Wednesday. He claims to liave delayed its
promulgation solely for the purpose of
satisfying himself of its authenticity.
The scewi^ii  tliftjueoling wheu the
an extraordinary one.
finished the announcement before the
assembly was in »:fljrow. Tto open
rose to their feet,'sWuted they *ouKl
not go back, that they would not surrender, and would have eight hours or
nothing., After much heated discussion', ifliether they would obey or not,
the matter was left open and adjourned to Monday,
mutest    „_-  - „
and Ryan shall'_H appear •"»" f
oVA-ok. The nin will fight' -"tl'} **
ounce gloves and under the revised
Queensburr rules. Pat Sheedy, Sul-
liven's manager, aays tonight the
match will not laat fifteen minutes;
that Sullivan intends to knock Ryan
out so suddeuly that he won't even
give the polite a eJiancc to interfere..
A»*a.ly.a_i7qei,.ck the doora. bf
the pavilion werj-jjeaicged by, **"*j-*-J*tftr
crowd impatientlJWIraifing adfiitloi.
When at last the doors were'drawn
open the rush to obtain good seats was
to great that,' timuj, fleopljj were
crashed,- if ri»»-' *aer1oualy I injured.
When all wore'ihside llio pavilion it
contained 0,000 peoplo. Sheedy was
surprised. He said he never saw such |
a Iiouse before, exoept one in Madison
Square Oarden in New York. At exactly 11:60 the two stars, Sullivan and
Ryan, made,their appear'""0' Ryan
was the fint to -'rip lightly up Mtfrt
stairs of the platform. Aa he stripped
off hia coali .he .was loudly cheered.
Sullivan''ftlHrtred',, and was greeted
witli deafening applause. Five minutes went byi rbefpos the men took.'
their corners, and another four elapsed
beforo time was called.   After shaking   __
IwiiwAis-Jlasuw^^
The six penens taken in custody
last night were charged, with riot. The
penalty for riot is two yean' imprisonment itt the county jail or JJ2000 fine,
or both fine and imprisonment.
Ri""
gulaj li
nolo«'<___TW_,_.-w.__
cation of his character after a betrayal
of his country into the hands of the
BritS-vis now in posssaiioiuof. the
ran. ^%r!MBoi«;in'.
afternoon in Kingston
is written in
18.—Dr. T."
tiigli social
rig, sho. and
ipe St-rte
Sharpe*-.
seconds for an  opening, when Ryan
suddenly let oni with hia right, catch-
iitg-Snllivan-on t-nrtightchewk.- -¥eHa
of " Good .for you, Pijddy" were heajfd
all1'over" thfer house;"'From thisWio-
loent  boiW fought   savagely,  Ryan
lsanitrf. throughour.   Ryan  followed
up with another right-hander on the
cheek  and attempted to follow   up
witlTa* stomach blow hit  short. " For'
the first  minuto  the fighting was so
severe.that Ryau then began to.show
algnurs*failing   wind..;.-BiiUi?»ii:<took
aarpj%e of this and uiadta'ruMi at
Ryan, when both clinched, but were
quickly   separated.   Second    round:
Ryan again  forced  tho fighting, but
with leas apparent effect, though ho
reached Sullivan's faco and  body several times.   He had  lost some of his
fiower through becoming winded. Sui-
ivan on noticing this started tp forco
I, Untight, ani leading, landed a body
[blow which downed Ryan, atoid loud
cheers.   Thu. was   repeated;   twice.
Ryan essayed the tactics of clinching
to avoid punishment, and at the  end
of the  round  it was apparent that
Ryan's chanties for a victory were gone.
The third  round was a regular slug-
ru       ging match.   Sullivan, being in better
'romlwM'WSrtJj-ie fight t,ota ^lia,. Btatt,
1 „ndl»u'tte''hlnl»|r* "•'""ed S*£ «''■«£?
send puiils-linieii'j'..After *l$J»"pi'l| M
"j).Sullivan sent ina terriiltJ|igl-t-{aa'dar
on Ryan's jaw, which sent him  spin,
ning  to  tho  ropes, a clean  knockdown.. The brow an rattled Ryan that
it waa With some difficulty liesleggered
to his feet.   He shook himself together, and in a dazed way led off for Sullivan's  faoe.   The latter stopped it
; w»pu law, Fettily, »nA,tben rep-Bud, Jus .right-
Barry had not <0 violent and well directed that Ryan
. * . ..I wont down as if shot out of a cannon-
ball** It was a Ituoclt-opi dtjrhe clean-
est kind. Ry»l|;l'y.(Hi:t|e.W<» utJcr-
ly uuahleto move. The police rushed
jn, bttt'j.U. was too late. There waa
nothiug to do; the light was ended.
Sullivsn wavatlithe lin'irkefpon beck j
so aa tdieVtl "KyatT hid anything'
more to aay. When time waa called -I
Ryan was still on the flr<or.   Sullivan !
POWDER
This powdi-r never .varies. - A jnar.v«J,of
iii'lty.strenRthniicl.wholei-iomcjiess. More
QDhotUlcal than tbo ordinary kinds, and
multitude of low test, Bliort. weight alum
nr phosphate powders, Kidd only In cans.
RoyAI.BjVKINU Fo.WUKlt CO., lOfl/WoJlSl.,
New York..,., .,.   Wely
PIGNfERU        J
Fish i Game Store!
WM.H, VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON  HAND A GO0D
auppty of
Fresh ana Salt Water Fish.
gajmj-s iit aaafloH.
BJJALEE IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.
i'urchaseh will be delivered ln any part
ot the eity (rm of oharee.        d-JlyHIyl
ifliiS
Wholesale anil Retail
Port Hammond Nursery!
VTOW -m*'Ti?E -TIMH TO SEND'IN
xN yntir on-ors, If you wnnt mule of
tnose nice fruit or onminentol trees,
shrubs, .-tr., fiom Ontiu-lo. As ,1 return
nboutthe midrtto of Juneto nettle np my
affairs there and oome out thin full with
the stock for my nursery here, and will
•select ahd. bring y6ur orur-- -'-■'* -•*-«-•
with mo
nl antl nu,
I brtntf your orttert. rlglit along
for this full and noxt -spring's
in-...*,...**,. I will afttlsfy ull both as to quality ot trees and fruit", and Lwlll be settled
hero-In tho business rq. you will know
where to find mc. All communications.
after the mlddlooIJunftmay be addressed
to me at Bowinanville, Out., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
G. Vf, HENUY, .
my22t*c Pol-t HammotidF.O.
TELEMMICAUN8.6.
P. 0.10X71
WM McCOLL
DryjOoflds, W«n'.5 Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
r f': . i r '       r
UmflBOJI'S BLOCK. Oolumbia .Bt.
P _     dw-anOte  .''',   ,
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE "JlinEnsioNEP Soi. estobl'ab'-i)
himself hi.tlyj CJltv o' Now Westminster with a FIR.ST.KI.AH-I
OdVfeRfiD 0AREIA9E,
M'blrh is open for Kugas-uiuenti) mi
very miMieruie lihttrg-Ffi.
Onlers left nt the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telcphon«,wlll hn. promptly i.ttendad
-bdayor'nii;lit.  Hlnble next H. Klliolt-s
JOS. CATES.
' " Telephone No. SJ. ^, ■ mylte
QBUGQISTSJ
Kew ffestminster, B. C.
1    J mhlOtc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMFY.
I Old Broad Ht. and 16 Pall Mai.l,
LONDOty
INSTITUTED 1*^03.
FOR INSURTNG HOTJ8E9 & OTHER
Buildings, Goods, "Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook,' and the
Cargoes of auch y-asseli; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vus*
boIs on navigahle rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard flnch VesneU, throughout
Croat Britain and Ireland aod in Foreign'
Countries;
FROM LOSS OR DAMA0K BT flRR.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
■BlvBOO^OOO 8TQ*.
Ratea of Premium and every Inlerma-
tlon can te obtained ou application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Y       .Agont foe New Weitminster,
Fireffti
TESTIMONIAL!
' •  P'antoiitjer'. $9i'd'J^u,''1886ij' * j
MB.Q. llbBEBiTSON,       ,   '
Vancouver:
Representing Goldle A McCulloch,
Gfiltuni^!
Sin,—We Uie undorsivued having »lt-
neBNOd thc terrible firo which wived out of
existence the vouns '•Ity of Vaaconv«r,
on the 13th Inst,, bikve, after the firo, examined the safes oold by you, some of
which wore imt to tlio'most severe test,
linvlnc been surrounded by large .quantities of lard and bacon, and wc are pleased
to testify to the remarkable manner in
whioh every Safe sold by you preserved
its coi-tents. not only books and papers,
hut also thouf-nndH of dollars in paper
money were taken out ln perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend theih qr thor*
oughly fire proof: .     .
L. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Paoifio
Railway Compnny; H. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J, Blake, Stlpcuillury Ma-
'glstrate; Rleh'd. Alexander, Justice of
' the Peace; John Boultbce, Pollw Magistrate, City of yaucouveriItioWttf._Dunn,
Justice of the Pence; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edwnrd K. Rand, Real Estate iBroker;
IL Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pither dt Edson,
Roynl Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. 1*. R,; J. W. McKarlodil, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English. Uay; F. C.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
Ross. Rear Estate Broker; Gravely *
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R, O. ror-
gnson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills.       .   Je*J0to
!     ill
CHAN8E OF TIME TABtE.
cc
STEAMER
QfcAtJYS"
TTST-"_ fUBTHBR NOTICB .KIU,
U leave .11 MONDAYS to. Chllllwhacll
and way places, relurnlug on Tuesday*.
Leaves on THCRHDAYg for Hope end
way places, reluming on Saturdays.
.dwntiUtc       CAPT. WStBY.Ma^MR "
ALBION
MARBLE
JAMES FIBBBK. groprHUf. .j >
«o_nj_iEi»Ti.;lHBAti-BroNiEB.Tbiia-il
'    IMBtETS AND CBOSSB8; FOB-
NIICiH-pjlIAItfttB, 4e.   '      :
Persons Hying at adlatonce, by rwndlni
»'desorlpilo» of I what thoy * tab, ee*. hart
designs, prices, ctc.furnfahedon appllca-
Ubn. All Work guamnteed eqhal *to any
on the Paelflo tSontfU and at r»i»on»We
.»tes.  N,B,-Noafenlseniployed.
(.oritfrn, Strtfet. -flrtorli; ll-C.,
Opp. Ett. _{nd»w's Proabyterleii ,Ch|i|re.h
: mhlste   ■
-.iU.Ji.ll
COUiMNAo,STREET.,
NetWB«ttiinrt^lDDi
JOHNSevCOX,
Importer and Dealer In
Stationery,
delirium of drink, "ljowell «w given
into the hands of a deputy to netwn-
initted to Tarboro jail, when half-.,
way between Eocltmuiint and Tarboro,
at U o'clock p.m., five of PoweU'a
friends met and took his prisoner
a way from the deputy.
Nm r***ny»i,-<Nr)v,-1^—A special
fron)j*Mtvl-fl' Bevetal tlOfS Kg1* A.
8. Pipes, a prominent planter of Oak-
ridge was ahot by a negro, and on
Thursday died from the effects of his
injuries. The shooting was entirely
without provocation. To day tho
body <£l*#«: negro was found hanging
totheiAf |f%Me.    '•   %.:.
S-^i*fa>*_*_V0ul.,}.i* J-J.--nie
funeral of Mamie Kelly, who waa killed by Alex. Onldenon, took placo this
morning from St Joeeph's Church.
After a short and impressive funeral
ceremony the procession formed and
begf-Ukfiieh«j_ill«o»il.toiy. The
vehicles in line extended over n distance of two-thirds of a mile. Thou-
sandSjWere present at the mterment
and KiiMleCf wrrioi*ttA we*- strewn
slul W#l 'flk _* VX* Oil.or-
son wU nrRlgneil beforo*,I lidgc Wilson
this morning ou a charge of murder.
Col, Floumoy appeared for him. He
stated that he oonsentcd to appear for
defendant ilujii|_ .the amvigniuent
only, and aaBp f*F%owfii*l)sn_e of
the cue fft^ts |ro««iJl4li«« he lad
made no preparations. Tlie case was
then, jset (or Thursday, Nov. 18th.
GoMnjrWWWiteVm *> W(lif"«>n> the
court ,ii) y, secret a manner as possible
as feir, were entertained that if he
was*Wc*ogiifjie(. serious trouble would
Hiiai"e. J fflblrterjon's family begun moving fmm thoir Hayes streot homo this
morning. While doing so a crowd
gathers-fronting a disturbance and
daihaging tlio furniture slightly. The
polioe arrived on the scene and prevented further trouble.
column ulJiBUitt^'lrtalS.'-
■criptiun liat fur a fund to be uaed tu
employ  special .counsel to  prosecute
Wit,
(he Society for tbe *Buppre»ion of
Vie* to Mayor Bartle't to .have hiin
withdraw the licenie grante.4 for ilie
S_lfl"a6 Ryan-glove enntost to night,
MtliiFWTlS mfllor. Owtfig fo's
fashionable entertainment, given to.
night in tl)* ' Grand Optra house for
then stooped down, raised him iip.and
carried him to his corner, and the
crowd quiokly dispersed, amid shouts
for Sullivan.
A trotting,rJface, free [nr all, for a
|'pws»Jofl5,«», has Wn ahange-?; to:
take; plan onjUie Oaf . distriot. trjc|>
ilhl, -|»y, N»y* 27W Tlii Mli.*ihg
famous trotters are entered: Arab,
record 2:171; Ouy Willi.. 2:15';
-Cbories Hlltdh. SjUJ; Harry Wilkes,
2:14»; AiftevaV,^'ijlS; Olirer K.,
2;16|.
Romb,. Not,i fjilir-In conneotin
with the lulo meeting of American
bishops.in Home, and the. plenipotentiary couiiail in 'D^tlnipre, the propaganda has completed and submitted to
the pnpe rules defining tho relations
between bishops and the peps, and itt,
j regard lo the diSiipHnc dPcittldlii'
clergy: .
TiKsbvli^Nor. 13.--I'pon receiving fnrm the king of Deinnark a - tele
griun   *ejfu*ing  hia consent to Prince
'—..'. .. ...nl.nu nt   ll..  linln...
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
[EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
■> FurnliJicj. all Kinds or Help
Frete of Churge.
m
Just Received via C.
P. R. one car-load of
Stoyes and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of :E.*;'A O. OuTcney .-&
Co. and are well
known to be the best
ih the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
ares Offferihg tji'0,i,9
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for t^o ihore
car loads now on the
way. ■•■". \ ■ Sii
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
dnnlSIc   ;        rCOLUMmAtfritECTi.
""^WtPSSs-^n*,   A
PLYMOUTH ROCKt,
hjUMRHai,
Wkll. drest.4 Blank Pol.aJ.,    '
*'*^l?&&'mSS'*'
FHOaowii HtuiMl.
-WLBirdsnnd Eggsfuippltpd at low r»ttt,
apdaUslock^iia^flt^ed.,. /     .;;  ,r,
Boyftl U«nuch feist of UouglM M.
'.       Id mhSto ii
-PRAOTICAL-
Hai juit woelved (or tlio Holldayg a fine
fcMortment of Oold (mil SUrer
iJEWELFiY
Ifew jW«gtiBlnster, Co»( BMbOT.
anase«uie Bonier
(J.jV.TARTB, Master.)
WIL*. LEAVE SEATJCLE *-T*»*f
Tkamlay Mining alt ••el.ek, for j
New Westminster .and Coat Harbor,,via.
Fort Townsend and tile Islands; arrive, at
-j.ew Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterwards! loaves COAL HARBOa'frl.
day Klakt tor Seattl..   .
Van le jaeallle..   ...-    ..{M.M
!     I'reUkl ter'leis,....'.'.;.,.,,..' jjti9„,^
Special rates to merchants.       apiote
importer and Dealer in
DO "SOb WANT TO BbY Olt 8ET.I. A
Business, tube, u partnor, eto.
PICKERING & CO.
OFFICE! Fort Stroot, between DoiibIss
nnd Bromliton, VICTORIA, B.-Oi   P.O
box IUH. nih'.T
GPXS'
-;A?;n-m'
BOLD & 8MB fkWm. PB0VISIOSE
W.ild*nwr'i *.ci-ptaii6e of tho Bulgar*
tan ihroim, the regenis roiigned. The
■ubratiji. ■ -vitteri (-i-niiilcucu tu tho re*
geati, but thoy d-HJjjttb.1'--  wlM^raw
(.djutinied'.'iOl tliWffaipbi
Sofia.    A   deputati'jn
European OMirti h> pray
iKHiiiuiite a candidate tot
Di-omn, Nuv.   13.
Iiiuey. Oatliitlio hitlw-p nl
WS and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAN1> A
tntge quantity ht
BEST \VBLH \€T0N UJ£^.; tOAL
. And un .issprlm^nt of '
CORDWOOD.
i* *"^ *    I t M £
VfhWh he -MU ftoll nt luwcit mteu,  He
will nlfio iiromplly ultend to all klndnof
tif O.-rk, U do »d.
Hauvax, N.  S»i  Kuv.
fishing- rfchtmncV ,jf'Fl^ffl^
OUiuciiiter, tailed for nnme yeBturday
iiinriiiii", but owipR t<> Ihu bad weather
wan fnrcfd tn rctiu-i'. nnd anohored
nt-ar tlto ninuth of thu m-al nrm. It
vm loinn'd during thn day Ilut iho
whs vii.liitinjsj the cuatmnB laws by
st-IliiiK her fishing gear, and orders
wore given In tlio aruiier Conrad to
iirroKt ihe v«*l. A number <if tho.
0"Uiad » rrevr were nlarttn (jhWardLiiniri
r'4-iSi*!,"iind she *««^togm -hftf^nndf'
nncliored nluiijfftide tlio enmev,
Mun working in u ijunrvy at Elniiru,
N. V,, the other day came upon an
onorribiu 'petrified frog. "'■ The amiiial
is twu feut and eight melius l-jftg end
weighs about 100 Ittt. It dillera from
the modern frog in having scales, a
naitower head, and nmre than pvopr)!'-
tionally lavger dyes.
■ The New York 6'rt^Aic:tdllKu_*tlmt>;
"three Mt-thodi.it preach-an in Cima- |
da are niillionairoH.   They are W. E,
Saiit'nid. of Humilton; .lolm Macdonald, of Toronto; and (j...A- .Goaf, ^of
Pcterboro." ■ ' '""
Neither    Hewitt,   Roosevelt   nor
Cteorge is 'more than five fuet eh in
1-.lieigU|.HVcBimdl:nwn tUfljr iut'Wi>k
ing a grfen! deul if iWlsa ilrtfie w»r
at present.
rest of the hotel r:l_i*c was found.
• o    an— I   Oislin-jHft'etMr. MeOnll'ssUihronCo-
1.1.     ITta   luiiiUla Slreel, or nt my limine, IMilalna
Scud,   of 1 street, will meet with prompt attontlon.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster II. O. JlyUtr
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem*
winding (iold Watches, at
$32.50.,
BSHEH-HSR-We do not sell "filled"
Watflhes and Jewelry as solid gold.
: Our gooil. are guaranteed just as represented, and prices lower tlian auy
other Iron*) iu H. C.
COLONIAJ, lllySCK,
NEW WE8TMINSTER,
del(|tc
B.C.
Confederation life
ASSOCIATION.
THB
WHITE
18 RING!
nld
500,000 NOW IN USE
An'! Wring tho Highest Tiistimo-
i/n   fiiiifs'fAtri nil ivlio uso tliein.
The d-sapeM and Best M«-
chihe in the Market.
'
Ayer's Sarsnpaiilln worka dircetly and
W*-^' tP/i>F'<>'MUrfkfsf b*«rtr
lyiov.  tha lpne.lt.; .ilroHjltteu   Uav
nerves, and liraoe up tlie system,   i, Is
In the truest sense an alterative liiedleino. j ■>■•' ' FHU'fT RtORB
I^HM^iSBSJSftW-Wfflte'tfW il|*^^WH«lt%«»»*l»Vl i 0,™i leWrloHUlIrl Ilniel. H..n8i"
f;JjCiill!i.aHi.4il.iii.ln1tliem  iwfor" »oln» j
(Ijifls. J, Rob^oji's
ttuamlte Capital,.,.. •I,(N,M* <
Full Gov'm't Deposit
H ead Office, Toronto, Canada
. AHGMETOMPANY.
- Thii. Association merits the,
confidence the Public is reposing in  it  from   the   following
FACtS:-
ThoSi'i:»ir..y~-)irt*roif lo p-jllcy Itolilcw Iti
iiniiirpHi'Hii'l i.y tin> t%»iiij»iinyilnlnt'jiiiI*
ness In Ciuinfl.i, .
Ilhns nnh--liemr*tof Ini-uwncp, but tne
wirli-eHl-nlilinliiid HUM, hewn the nollcy
. wpidets cunnot ho tnIsled »«. to thoir oon*
tniotu. ^.,,      . .
It« nmtcmentM to tho iniWIoomi be readily uniJer.i.oo.l( Mh rush Htatomont Bhow-
tne iivery lUtm of l»"oin« and how «iion-
den.   . i    ■( .       -.t ,
Uk position f« iitei-i-nl ucti immially from
AdottillcilvHluHilnii.lii which «T«ry Item
■ofIltilii|||ylH(lnclinio.l. . •   ;  ,  .■
IIh i.m<;i'.tKN hr-i- bcr*ii tinexainplou In
tho hfrttory 'il lUHiirnin-i*inCnnadu. .
. Il« null.-if-Him-j liiiMwnulnl'la iiftor three
yom-M,ittuliion-forfel(t4l)leBflertwoyeiin»'
cxl«t*noc* ■ i-i ,•     •  ■■     ,,
\ ItMprontNi.r-'iJUtrlhiilodiiponancqull-
! ublo IibhIh. Ttio proltti to one ctrtiik of
; no I lev linldon nro not loHicned to live
i IdrKor prnltl-i to uity other uImi, which
! int'thou iiffordM Biii)t*rlor mlvantafeeover
I llio uniform bonu» plun of dUtrlhutloo.
MlMTIli «'«t»«l1fl«MB M !•  tt«M»ef Hi
Travel. ;. "
J  IC. MiieDONALp, "'
Manaifini Director.
T.; I PEAibi 'ii M,
■, "■•:n,.ii!,itA,%^SHiWC!!.'*»
JW.'J'irnJntli'rWf
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality.
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity tp bilyyotir
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Urick Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, 9.0.
mhl.. .
A Priyate
Boarding & Day Pupils, Bijs,
WILL BH OrilSID XT
BOSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C.
.r' is.'l     ,;\—t,H-- :■ -r.r.j    ,.,     J,. _r
MOSDAfi AUOUST '!•,: 188*. '
....        »,.    ^
_  „ ib, nv,, At). •-'■'-
....iltlifiile lifu-itiecjncln'ltnt boti ting and
bath Inn. ■
Ptiplttvill be matlf moet com/ortaWe
unit Uirlr vf-ainml weliar# enrtluUy teiy
alUerci... '*.'.'.
A COmPtTtHT 8TWF w iumwTwt
will bomnlhtAhiwl,. -    '
'KxcoH-unt fMHUlti jr*U: ba^aftirded ior
The LargestStqckon tHMilti, ■
I .7-, nom "' Hi: • dihoo[«« 'Wi'-
House tn Britiab Co* . -      '
tod    iiui.r   ,,    •_.;'! -;'i   :.i>il o\\i\tn turn
lumbw, mb »tw -.cuki orijfj
.:      ,■   ■    ;„'W.-- ::,.'•.,_. (iMht^IoK.'lK
■      ;    n ■-,. wnwiMii/iI'lif ilitsa rfoirfM I
■-)   .It « I \ir "ttie?, ■> • bi wsi wi, \
.;\ih, iinti aii li.idw do f.jiri ioooai'
rtMK, JtUILDINQ    HAS  ,15 --
I   Rooms and , Is .well tnralstied
retllaier gnites, balh rooms, *o.
■■'feaMlrttPliBrtW-1""**" ■'
hraUlifuleurelses,
wiihlaMnw*
._...  a-ile«ta«i»aJei-l-ib)Mit
wiih UMr.Mi.nl ■■.!-.
ApplleMlon jrortas,neferenets ana Wl
ll'>V»ifi'
June MUM.
RBniilli. as. ,.,
NfcwWarfmiKstm.
dwJIjBle
r "I tnke only ono English- weekly-i
sny which Iplionjd mils i-aoat."-*From i
letter by Tbomnn Hughpp.antjiorof "Ton
JJrown'«*ohoo) I)ayn."   tn     •   mi in
AlaNadlaa Jomtmml •rrMMra* laUclr
.:.■ aad uuvatanr.
PUHMHHBD fVKHT TjlfMD4iTi AS law
run AMMOW.
I" Tndiepoudcnt in polltloi, TtfK "*EEK
appeals by aeotnprehehnlveTahleof Con-
to nts lo the diflbrcut .UvHan which ex lut
within, the circle of aiipUurad.hoina, .
3 An nveraKo of (tflcen «1ioi?,cHh^ Editor
lain is given in eaeli aumter npuu <IANA-
S.Acfc*^fe«^,W'^
AuioiiKHt the rPRiilHrooitlrlltutotH Is ITo*
feKHor(iolUw*nBmlth;undadi«ltiiBUt-ih*!fd
public, man lu I/ondon Utut kindlyunuer-
token to nujiply roriilarly an BUfltsh
Utter. Paris and WaahlDiInn Utlen
will appear at regular Interval*.  ;    ■
ln addition thore are eni-clnl obntribti-
IIoiih fmm somo nf the abh-nt wrlt«ni In
the Dominion and llio United ^tale«.
- w entered upon Its third: year
most eiiMrtinutthB  pro^ecu,' -*"*
lad afWtef* U the laaHiag Apiwia*
PIWIOS & ORGWWi
I 'J      ;.;-;iin'-o   ':■•■ "It,'*-: V   eQfKtW   'Mil
SPECIAL FORMS
Jj . ■-,:. sailiimil T Uifl lisraiolai bwiiW
RULED A. IIBITIJ
J .SUilSel      jilllijJ     -     J.,,rJ,r,r,i;liiv,rl|J
On Uie r~~m,,_mtMy,ml*mt^ ■
Provisos. ,, ,, , ,. ,,,. .,,• ,-.,;: ,,; Bnid«old
M
.*.- J J.. In ,i ,r.< l-.v:  111 .inu..|w.j
' — AOENTfi   rOM—->    r..... ul
j      __i0   .        'II     I'   U'.r|"    Jr7r.ri     Hw'>„nK«L
Csnttdiralitft Ut* Awwantt t»!
North Srttlth
IIWHllNv i
Mtrtn-rtilt Flr. :
-A|mta Inr RiaH"usa—
.il'  , r rtjiu id iihohiV -.iU'
lias nnw elllercrl upon lis I
most eneOtiriiKliiB prospi
many new features. ''   '
rear with
nd wltfi
C. BI.Al'KKTT BOBINBON,   .
5 Jordan 9t.t Toronto, ft,it.
Hani|ile copies Ire. on opplleatlou,
THI! WEEK Irr one ol the most Inflneh-
j!al Journals In (;anadfl.-l*rnlh, London,
Enutaad. fel*
.OKU PwiniMl Str Auirr ihi
STARR KIDNEY PA©,
"Treotmnnt by Absorption hue for some
tlmB beon recognized by Medical Men to1
belhemoM. elm pi" anil effectual meoaa
nf conveying to Dln0«f)DdOiganit,"Gani?
tlven," but I n r.ivif* of Kidney Dlfienite and
ComplnlntH attendant thereon, HitccenHfiil
treatment wns prantloablyinipoflilblo until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It casts* i-.*.*- than n single prCNerlp-
tlon and tn hnnieustimlily moro dertiivo
and effeetlre thnn an)) tjuatitit't of Internal
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