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VOLUME 2
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1887.
NUMBERS}
gailg British tEfftnmbwn
Wodaetdey ■venlng. Frtnary t, IMT.
It, ii simply a pieco of history,
that % yiars past tho railways of
the eoaniry'have abussd oertain conditional jiitilegei with;which they
are endowed, and turned 'them to
their own benefit, and the advantage of a favored few, to the injury
of the community at large; and it
is high time tbat an enquiry suoh as
is now being instituted j were made,
in the interest of the many. '■ Nd
more effectual means can be employed to bring about a right under
standing regarding tbe best methods
of dealing with railway companies
in their relation to the public, than
through the agenoy of a royal commission. In the United States the
establishment of royal commissions
have worked incalculable good, and
have boen the cause of remedying
many of the abuses whioh previously
existed, besides reconciling conflicting opinions regarding the duties of
railways to the publio.—Montreal
Trade Bulletin.
A daring member of the United
States congress has brought before
that great body a bill rendering it
illegal for any nilway company tn
heat passenger cars by a fire in a
car, or light them with any device
requiring a reservoir of inflammable
material in the oar. The railway
lobby will, ot course, suppress this
man, and laugh his measure out of
the house by declaring that the
present furnace is the only practical
method of heating a passenger oar.
As the elevated railway oars in New
York are heated with steam from
the engine; and the system has been
so perfected that the cars are heated
mainly by the steam which would
otherwise escape during .stoppages,
tbis is about as true as the statement that there is no such thing as
an effective automatic coupling. The
railway companies have been allowed
to go on killing tlieir brakemen in
the regular eourec-<#-business, because it would be a very expensive
operation to provide all the freight
cars on this continent with new
automatic ■ brakes aud couplings.
Will the people allow them to go
on and burn up a proportion of their
passengers yearly, because to do
away with the danger of passenger
oars burning up would entail a moderate expenditure of money! Is
this not one of the things for whioh
we' want a railway commission!—
Montreal Witness.
Now comes Brigham Young raised
from the dead to revisit his people
and oonflrm them in the faith. At
present he is said to be lying in
close retirement, in the llesh, near
Lincoln, Neb., receiving delegations
of Mormon leaders and making arrangements for his second advent.
Soon he is expected to show himself among the saints with instruction! and oommands from the further side of the grave, Brigham
"was dead' to begin with, .There
was no doubt whatever about that."
The grain of truth in the report
seems to be that the Mormon leaders have found an old gentleman,
with a physical resemblance to the
defunct prophet, and are coaching
him for hia part. What they expect to accomplish by his resurrection remains to be shown. Very
likely the. fraud will be widely accepted by the Mormon masses, and
the message of the pretender will
result In some additions to the
"Book of Doctrines and Covenants,"
whioh will command the implicit
obedienoe of the saints. Just now
the members of the hierarchy aie in
a bad fix.{' The hand of' the law is
pressing heavily upon them for their
sins against decency and morality,
Something mult be done to preserve their prestige. If they disobey the law they are sent to the
"pen." If they obey they confess
judgment. • In either ease they are
discredited with their followers, If
they oan go before the people with
a resurrected prophet and a new
revelation, commanding a course of
action whioh will keep them bound
to the teachings of the priesthood,
without antagonising the laws of
the land, the leaders will save their
credit. Likely enough the new
gospel, should it come, will take this
form. It it results in commanding
obedienoe to the law on the part of:
the Mormons, the deception may be
pardoned. If otherwise, it might
be a good idea to arrest the resurrected prophet as a polygamist, and
judicially decide whether Brigham
Young's numerous relicts are wives
or widows.. If the former, the pro
phet goes io jail; if the latter, he is
no resurrected prophet. — S. F.
Bulletin.
T-V.WrOLF SIIITH, M.D.
OFKIOE-Olarkson Htiwt, opposito teu
entrance of Colonial Hotel.
OFFICE HOUB8-10 a. m. to 11 noon | 3
to 6; and 6:80 to 8 p.m. dnoiote
T H. MACLBAN, B. A., K. D., C. M.
OFFICE: MoKensle street, next door to
Drill Shed.
RESIDENCE: Agnes Street, third house
trom Hary Street.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to IS; 2 to 5;«:»to 8.
d-deljto
M. COOPBB, B. A.,K. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
H
OFFIOE and RESIDENOE-Chnroh Bt.
(nest door to Farmer.' Home), near
Colnmbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFIOE HOURS-8tol0a.m,; Ito8and
S.S0 to 8 p. m. Call, la town end oountry promptly attended td. "•■■.  feJto
pWKROIILD at HeCOLl.
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETO
Offlce, Moken.le Street, New Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. 0. JySldwto
TTT   STORK AR BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Und Agent. Hon.* to Loan.
Colnmbia Street,
selte Nnr Weatmlnater, B.O.
p   H. CLOW,
ARCHITECT.
OFFIOE, for th. present, at residence on
Clinton street.
ttr Word moy be left at the Columbian
Offlee. dwfeStc
ft APT- PITTBHDRIOH,
LAND AQENT, AC, AC
d-delto
McKen.le Street, N. W.
 J	
1    R. HOWSK,.
A, Formerly Howse,Hill A Rlekman,
beg. to announce that he will resume bu.-
Inw.a.
Sawyer, Keal (atate Inker aai
Conveyancer
On and after the Slat Instant. Offlce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Hurray St,, Port Moody.
selSto
T.;
J, TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street New Westminster
AU commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Beit references
given wheu required, mhia-to
W. D. FERRIS,
UIO. BUM ui BEMEU1 M
Bern and Debt Collector.
BITIRAL SHOD -ARMS FOR SAU.
Altai fer Ike TStvr.Lr.rs LICK awl
ACCIDENT ISSHSUNCt OOMrANY,
Harir.nl. Ci.
OFFICK:-Ferrl. Stmt, New Westmlnsler. felto
PITT &  CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AND—
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
 fwnto
R'
tfothar Graves' Worm Exterminator I.
plessaat to tab.; sure and .ffectu.l In
RAND BROS.
■Ab KSTATE BROKBRI,
Oumraae.n, Oelleetera,
And Itwuii Ag.«.,
Offloe. at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MoKeml. and Clarkson SU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Stmt.
BUILDING LOTS for nl. In all seetion.
of Vanoouver and New Weatmlnater Cltj.
FARM LANDS of auperlof quality for
aale al chilliwhack, Port Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumaa, Mud Bay, Lad-
ner'a Landing, Lulu Island, Norlh Arm
and Pitt Jllver.
Maps and Plana exhibited and th. fullest Information furnishedatallourofflee..
feJOlo
WoodSp Turnorfi QamUs
UNO SURVEYORS,
Estate, Insurance and
Fire, Lire, Accident * Marine
Insurance.
Dominion Express Comp'y, lil.
Issleri Caeadltk Ink Hold
Bought And Rotd.
OOLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone*,       m
dfwto
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABF STREET • VK1T6K1A.
Norlh British ind Mercantile
Ingaranre Co. ror Mainland,
H.C. BEETON4 00.,
38 Finsbury Ciron.,
London, E. 0.
Corner Yates* DtiugUi Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
mux o. MCHMn, .1.
una
TOURISTS'HEAD0.UARTF.R8j FIRST
Class ln every respect  Pail. .up.
SIM wltk all Cnveaienen of Modern
Mel.. N.w and Elegant ln all its Appointment.. Prion Moderate.
Thi. magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Guests.
SAT-No paina will be spared by the management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. dooSto
W.H. BURNS,
Corier Columbia snil Blackie Sts.,
Opposite C. P. R. Station.
TOAI.F.H IK
Choice Groceries, Provisions.
Clothing, Men's Boots & Shoes
the Stock li new, wai bought at bottom
prloei and will be sold FOR CASH at a
great reduction on prlueit charged else*
where I11B.C. dJallmS
THOS. OVENS,
lNUFACTURER (
ies. Cam;
MANUFACTURER OF
I  *»"-*-*SfoVM,
"WTJi.GrOIiTS.
BMsmith anil Machinist
All Kindi of Machinery, Patent Eoclfs,
Safes, Sewing Maohinoi, 4c, fto.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail Ite branches. Farmer*** Loggers',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having Moored flrat-elass workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
m HorM-ahoelng a ipecialty.
dw*Jly81to]   Columbia St., New Wm.
Stoves! Stores
Grurney's Celebrated Stoves for Sale.
A No. 8 Cook, with
furniture complete,
at the low price of
$24.
The undersigned is now clearing out his stock of Stoves (except those made by Gurney) at
net cost for cash.
Now is the opportunity to
find BARGAINS.
JAMES CUNNIN8HAM,
djsjsto
Wm. Ross
BOOTsSHOE
F-AJEMLO.R.
JU8T ARRIVKD:
$15,000 STOCK
From tho prinoipal Hou... of Germany,
France Great Britain, the United
States and our gnat Dominion.
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AKD 8KB MY STOCK BE-
FORK YOU PURCHA8R.
■•ills Ut Sites, from We upward..
follARikajer Coodi * Tib-Tibs
of all kind..
MIM' A Sells' lllMrtn for Xmas-
th. lor.llert «r.r inn.
SI Unt, »f Mies', Mines' * Child-
MI'S iMlS.
WM. R088,
Moalal bm«I »*tk, calankla si.
dwa.ltto
POST HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frail Treed,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
tarlety.
Everything flrst-class uml ttirulshed In
good shape.
G. W. HENBY,
dw-deltitc Port Hammond, 11. C.
WALSH'S
' TAiinnrimi
EMPORIUM
Colinbla 81,, New Westminster.
HA VINO J UST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Kail and Winter Stook, ve invite in
spectlon of the finest selection of
Kaallsk, Sealrk, Crrnian, rreaek,
aad Aaseriean
SUITINGS \*&®
Ever shown In New Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT ami nrtlstle style wo defy
competition.
dnoSOto THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
TF YOU 'VANT TO MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S ami look nt some of those extraordinary bargain!In
Udlei' and Gentlemen's Oold and
Silver Witrkei, Chains,
Chirms, etc., etc.
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful (inlay
striking (leeks, with cathedral gongs.
He lo selling at BOTTOM PRIOES.
Viae Wateh Bepatrlng a Specialty, and
good workmanship guaranteed.
■W Remember the   plnco-the "Blue
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
Upp. Keglstrr Offlce; Hew West'r.
Bottu, Sign ud Orname&i&l Funtutg*.
PAPER HANOIKC, ClAZIKC, KAISOMIMNO, to.
WALL PAPER.
The largest Assortment of Wall Paper
ln the Oity, comprising ueweat patterns,
always on hand at bottom prices. Samples on view at T, R. Pearson A Co.'s
Store, Columbia St, Paper hanging at
specially low rntes. dselittc
ID
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
AM, KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
•9-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy.
Columbia Street.
1 Call and examine our stock and prices
boforo buying.   We can't Ue UNDKBMLB
In the city.  Repairing of all kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
lefete
P. PEEBLES.
J. W. HECKLEY
dwauSyl
Columbia st., New West
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
J|   t*lU|UUU|UUU
ixrjijk.six.-r)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doo7to        IE.Cn..P.Co.) AQENT.
Peebles! Heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AKD—
UPHOLSTERERS.
Spring und Wool Mnttremes ua
Bedding ilwayi oi feud.
HAVE OM HAND THE
imiusEht Aim mnr itmk mv mm
MTIBK «N ME NAINLANB.    .
Hardware Dedraom Saltes, In Ask,
Cherry, Walnut, ar Mahogany*
Estimates for Offlce and Store Fittings.
Au experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by the firm, who are now pre-
-laredtodoall kinds of work ln the up*
OOME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLOEN,
FARMERS'HOME!
Will acoommod.te the traveling public
atthe following rate.!
Board per day.......................... ,1 00
 6 SO
    SS
     16
■skOood accommodation tor Ladle, and
families. mySte
week
Slnile Meals,	
Beds	
i
HAVINO TAKEN
.„_•■■ -    aaajaaais)     — .;■
Lundbem'sBnlldlnf, Front 81.
(Formerly occupied by-Kyle A Tllton),
liS  NOW READY
to servo his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
select from.
Dry' Geadi,
Crwekrry,
Come and see tbe new place, and let us
know what you thick of It
dwoewte o. Mcdonough.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt snd Ornamental Trees,
LAONSH'8 Landino, B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
i. form the people ot British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and 1. prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees; Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vine., Small Frulta,
Ao. Trees Imported or home grown according to th. wishes of customers. Th.
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training in the business, and baying a
permanent stake In the oountry It I. his
Interest to deal fairly with the puhllo, He
will wait upon the varlou. town, aad nt-
tlement. shortly, and all ordera will have
hi. personal attention.
auBto E. HUTCHERSON.
FOR  SALE.
rpHE LEASE, FIXTURL
neat Ih. Holbrook Hoom,
  do«Uto
Second-Hand Organ.
FR SALE CHEAP. May bo am at
th. Btore of
T. R. PEARSON,
dwjailto    Book., 8UMon.rjAlio.lc.
Farm for Sale!
AN IMPROVED  FARM   FOB BALE
ft. ch..p, and on easy term., with of
srlthout the .took.
M. NICHOLSON.
dwooTto Mount Lthaun P. 0.
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LAHO-
leysawjnd Planing Mill; mllf In
good order.  For particular. "
premises to
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON
  A HELMCKEN, Victoria.
aplSto
0
NE 4-LAUP A TWO S-LAMP 01
J' DEUERS, for coal oil; 8 Wight
for gas or oil, and a number of Ih
lamps.  Nearly all as good as new.
Applyto   e. s. Scoullar*oo,
 dwJalBjtc
Span of Mares I
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
F
at thi.
ELL BROKEN TO DOUBLE AND
...    Single Hemes.and Saddle. Apply
atthlsOfhoe. dwJalNo
iiolslcry line.
dJIyStc
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Hay and Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WM, AM CMS, SSUVIUD TC
Aim r aet tr rai cm,
We mn two stages dally,exooptSundays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.8. molls.
A. no liquor or tobacco Is used weoan by
temperate habit, and careful economy
aarve tb. publio at especially low ratea.
dWHSMO
iTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll we have made application to the
(Thief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to cut and carry away timber
on and from the following described lands
ln New Westminster District:
Commencing at the south East corner
of the land granted by th I Provincial Government to the Canadinn Pacific Railway
Company, on tho nenlnsula hetwceMjio
  _jyand 1      _...	
190 .ohalns, East 130 chains,, Routh M
North Arm of the Fraser River and English Bay and False Creek: thence North
chains, West to the west, side of the North
Arm road, South to the North boundary
of Lot SW, (Jronp I, thence West to the
point of commencement —containing
about 1000 acres
D. MoNAIR,
New Westminster, B. C, Jan, 17, ltW7.
djanml
BPBOIAIi  ,
INDUCEMENTS
 FOR TIIE	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Disoonnt for the
next IS dayB.
AILMS.0OS,    PH
BUYING FROM THE MANCFAC-
turera for cosh, I sin In * position
to soil at bottom prices. My Good, an
marked in plain ligurea and tho pricea
have not been put up to meet the discount taken off. Call and ne prices before purchasing elsewhere.
ttr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F. CRAKE.
WATCHMAKER
Ofiiwres the Bask, dw-del8to
NO. 8
COOKING STOVE
Firnlshcd Couple... for IM.
We will guarantee thst thia Stove can't
he beat either In Quality or
Workmanship.
We have just received a Car-load of
STOVES
Whicli wc offer at prices that are lower
than ever before offered in the
Province.
We also have a large Stock of
FJ..OTFTO
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NOW ON HAND, A LOT OF
Weighs, Cullers,
Sissies,
FKstons,
Democrat, Ixpress
sud Farm Wagons.
Also, a larg. .took of ■■ny. Carriage,
Warn, aa* Blelfk Material,
All of whieh will be sold CHEAP KOR
CASH.
REID* CURRIE.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Rm-1* (pposlie Ue Coloilsl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
snortmtnt of sll dewriptiotu of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Families, Reitauruta, and Steamboat, at Mn
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
HIM kl
Which we offer low to close out the
Stook.
GREAT SLAUGHTER
IN HEATING STOVES.
E.8. Scoullar & Co
NEW WESTMINSTER, a C.
distorts
NATHANIEL DYSON.
INFORMATION REGARDING THE
1, whereabout* nf Nathaniel Dyson (late
of Piuttervllle, Wisconsin) wbo Is supposed to have spent last winter ln New
westroluster.win be tlmnkfully reoetved
by I. a FISHRR, Bank of B. C, New
Westminster. dw-deMte
Won? Sctle!
I BPAN DAHK BAY MARES, , and t
I y«ar.«ldi good tHmllen; worn sf'   '
or double.
an old; good trarolnn; wori ohigle
 . , ean old; works. I_.
doubt.; niceladfee*orgeat.'saadl.fa
lbys1.ne,8yeanold; worksslngl.or
oubl.; nice ladfCorgenlo'sadal. hon.:
vary gentle.
■ Sweated aojgtJ,, "prto,.; nearly uw.
IM..I TtMMkf Bayoa Mont, Arm,
Fraser river.
sskMs.tall.Mmak skalMMhtaM
AIao-«M anal He-ilatk lalorw. ta
Clly Water C«aa>y. ____»,
W. J. raBSTQII.
New West., Not. lllh, ISSl      dwnolSts
FOBSALE
rE UN0ER8IONID OIMM FOB
■alehl. ,^J
Lot, wiih 8-roMMfJ Ow*Wfr| H«M»,
Situated on Columbia Street, n.at t
Roman Oalnollo Ckarr" "—L "-
Drawing, Dining, Bad
•ni Pantry, Scullery,	
Wash House; Three-Mailed	
Loft, Carriage Hou.., and Mtenal?.:
Sbedl, .Ac,   Plentiful  M«ply of
srvaa.*?
mSlabl.. I
Spring Water.
Garden.: splei  ,	
very suitable for a largo family.
.—.  Lawn, Flower tad frnlt
arden.: splendid view, healthy location;
Applyto    ,
d-dettO' HEKRT V. KDIIOHM.
PRIVATE SCHOOL
MISS ANNIE HOMER WIU, Hi-
open the Bchool on Blackwood SI.
merly tau.ht by Mis. Wood.), on
Muday Ite ink bat. Furthar varfleu-
lars on application. djallto
$800 Reward.
B ABOVE REWARU OF t»0. IN
addition to tbe goteminent reward et
»(wlllDeflven by the Delta Municipal
junell to any person jrtvlnf sueh Information on will lead to the apprehension
and conviction of the person orpersoai
who murdered the late lames B, Harris ot
Crescent Creek, near Ladner's Landing,
on or about Friday evening the Uth January.
WM. MCKEE, C.M.C.
Undent Landlnc, Jan. list IMT.dwJaBml
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
—At-—
H. M, Cunninghaffl S Go's
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove I
AllComplate, with all th. Pipe
ntceaaary and a
CHINA   COOK
Thrown ln, Knight paid to any part of
the Dominion fro. of all charge,
*5 per cent. OFF FOK cash
B. H. CUNNINGHAM ft CO.,
74, Columbia Street,
Now WwtmiBtter, B. 0.
AfealsnrSUapiraleal Tank «'!««•
aadkal.ri. ruip Co. df est.
BOY8 WANTED.
TWO   BMART   BOYS  WANTED AT
one. tp ..II tho Dally Columbian.
Apylr at This OtJw. danlilo
ETerr Nu lo bis on Bulicu
J±.   ■fcr'.'r IHTjB,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&DRU66IST,
COLUMUA STREET
(OFF. OOtOHIAl HOTU1,
NEW WESTMIN8TBR, B, 0.
rkplclMt* rmerlitttM ul In.
Hr lecliM »Iptdsllr.
N   a — Oily Osllns Pns-s -mts
Over tweutf tsi
PublicNotlce
kfi^hitlinry,
«dSl^.^^E^n%S'8ffi.
Mayor .od Oily Counellllwo wwk. aa.
re-opened the Publio Library, and talS
llil. opportunity to on), an forluaMlo
rr.idenl. o» N.w WMImlntMr lo aay kta,
s vl.IL Peprn .ird MagaalnM KdmSi
dirrrtloe. .re rorolvH for Mro*. mi
vl.llon.and more will be add«l lo oh.a
reuoa.til. .iipport I. obi.IM.ti.
term, an SO cent.» month,6, .Siia.as.aa
P.pen. Se.. are paid forln advanea. tkH
willamount toabouiSo.Maiday.wtks
eoat of on. cigar for .even dani •—--
to see n.w. from all ovor th.
el^Vh^Sl^&.ffYo
about thM, but tbOM  "
ting In out of Ih. --■-
a decent Bn willJ
lutltutloa. Ladlw
•idoublleH.lltb..
Blu. Blbbou Will ADM
ssu«SL-sat«anBK
on., ems. all, aad yo» wl
byon«wbooanaoa»all.l
YounBMpaotnity,
N«Wv-.A5SttW>ta^2S|k. liif m a-'   i
NEt ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Seed......	
Auction Sal.	
L«nd?R«41itry.:
Appointment....
Timber License..
.Tcele Bros. A Co
.... J. A. Robinson
.It. W. Armstrong
 ..rrov Sec
 A. M. Burgess
guile §titish Columbian
Wedneaday Evening, rekmary *, 1S8J,
The Canadian Gazette states that
the total emigration from Great ISrit-
aiii, and Ireland during tlie year
1888 was Cfi,fi03 in excess of the
previous' year.' In December tho
emigration was over 13,000, and
showed.nn increase of about 3,000
over the same month last year. The
total exodus for the year was. 233,-
119 persons of British origin, Di,-
229 foreigners, and 2,540 whose
nationality was not distinguished,
making a total of 330,888, ns against
264,38fr''diiring 188».'~
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We have no fault to find with
Mr, Ohisholm's address to the electors of this district which we published yesterday. The address deals
with some of the most important
questions which have occupied the
attention'ofthe people during the
pastjarid which are calling for present? aotion*''1 There are some other
things, however, upon which the
address is significantly silent. One
is the question of temperance, a
que»tU>n.#hich~ every year is coming
iuto greater prominence both in
British Oolumbia and in the east.
Mr. Chisholm doubtless shows his
discretion -in avoiding the temperance issue. He knows well enough
that the business in whicli he has
for years beeu engaged is a business
that has cursed this country and
every country where il has been
tolerated. He knows that a man
whose conduct is inspired by right
motives—a man who felt the responsibility of his acts and influence
—could not permit himself, even
for the sake of gain, to engage iu
such a business. The position is
not capable of defence, and under,
the circumstances silence may be
discreet. It is on this very question that we are opposed to Mr.
Ohisholm's election.
The Chicago correspondent of the
Winnipeg Sun says; The broken-off
match between Spies and Miss Van
Zandt is now a thing of the past,
and after being a wonder for a few
days, has dropped out of the public
recollection. The little episode
greatly cheered up the spirits of the
jailed anarchists, however. They
like notoriety, in fact they thrive
on it. "-For some time -they had
dropped out of the public view altogether, and while they were very
comfortable jn jail, theJact that
the newspapers said nothing about
the*a**>rera*freafe on tlfjir minds.
The wsult of tie- affair though is
the»creation of a good deal of public sentiment about Spies. He is
an agnostic and an unbeliever in
the sacred rite of marriage, and his
efforts to prey on the affections of
, an innocent and romantic young
jjirl and trap her into his net are
generally condemned. It is understood'that the match is broken off.
in consequence of a remark let drop
by Mr. Spies to the effect that no
marriage was necessary, and that he
and Miss Van Zandt could live together: without it. Spies is also
authority for the opinion that he
has more respect for the wantons on
the street than for married women,
for the former may follow the dictates of affection, while the latter
- must livo with their husbands no
matter (ipw much they might detest
them. Spies' contempt for the law
is great, but it is not greater than
the apparent contempt for the woman who did want to be his wife,
rity and rights as are enjoyed by the
whites, Ages of paganism and superstition have warped thein to such
an extent that it might not now lie
safe to give them what it may be
difficult to take awny if they should
lapse into bad habits through the
influences wliich are constantly at
work tending in that direction.
Mr. J. Liest, warehouseman for Lautz
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y„ says be had a swelling on bis foot which he attributed to
oliilbians. He used Dr. Thomas' Kclectric OU, and is troubled uo louger. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrie Oil may bo imitated in
ita appearance and name, but not in ita
virtues.
IEEDS
TESTED
RELIABEL,
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i     Mailed    ' '"-1-   inOanaoa
I Send for it.    IT WU.L PAY YOU.    Addrm
|tEELE BROS & CO.,
TORONTO, ONT.
Land Registry Ordinance. 1870
lot No. 1*0, Group II, Se* We ni minuter
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Titlo of Edward Hoskin to thc
above-mentioned land tins been lost or
destroyed and application has beon made
for a duplicate thereof; notice la therefore
hereby Riven that a fresh Certificate of
Title will bo issued, in lieu of that so lost
or destroyed, unless cause bo shewn to
the contrnry within one month from the
dnte hereof,.
a W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, flth Feb., 1887.
iWetiml
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
3rd February, 188?
HIS HONOUR  THE   LIEUTENANT-
Oovernor has heen pleased to make
the following appointments:
Archibald Irwin, Esquire, of Nicola, to
be a Recorder, nnder the "Mineral Act,
1884," and Assessor and Collector, under
the Assessment Acts, for the Rimilkn-
meen District. Including the Rock Creek
Poillne Division of the Electornl District
of Ynle, vice John Swan, whoso appoint*
monts hnve been cancelled. nrcfltl
Tr Mia* for a license te eut Timber on
Dominion Lands, In the Province
of BrltlHh Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned, nnd murked "Tenders for a Timber Berth," will bo received
nt this Office until noon on Mondny, tiie
Twenty-flrst day of February next, for
Timber Berth No. 20, of thirtv-flvc square
miles, situated on tho" Blue-water Creek,
a tributary of the Columbia River, and
also Timber Berth No. SI, of thirty-five
square milos, situated on Blaeberry
Creek, n tributary of tho Columbia River,
ln the Province of British Colutnlla.
Sketches showing the position approximately of theso berths, with tbe conditions on whieh they will be licensed, may
be obtained at this Department, or at tho
Crown Timber Offices nt Winnipeg, Cal*
gnry, North-West Territories, and New
Westminster, British Coiumbin.
A. M, BURGESS,
Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior,
Department of the Interior,
•     Ottnwa, 27th January, 1887,    dwfefttd
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
*^THAT«®«r
Speaking of thn northwest coast
lndisut tond question yesterday we
should have mentioned that tliiae
civilized and Christianised Indians
also object to the system adopted
elsewhere of sending an agent to
administer their affairs. Having
put away paganism nnd accepted
the f!hris]tu»u doctrine and ciyiliza-
tion^-and hitting acquired a fair education nnd IchoWlcdge of civilized
government and usages, they believe themselves able to look after
their own affairs. If they are
placed under an "agent," they say,
they will be forced into a species of
bondage, because thero1 is i scarcely
anything they can do without first
obtaining the agent's consent. Regarding themselves as men and
Christians, they resent such surveillance, just as a white man would
resent being under the surveillance
of a policeman. They wish, to have
their reserves allotted and to make
their own local and domestic ar-
rangemerUs without any outside in
terference whatever. In favor of
this contention it may be said thnt
the Christianised Indians of the
northwest coast.have shown them-
selveji.to be peaceable and capable
of carrying on successfully a simple
ichem* of municipal government,
and wc bqUsva their communities
art hlljr tt' orderly and well regu-
lated as many communities of white
ptapW who would not tolerate offi-
oiai'Interference suoh ss would ob-
taielAf»d»r an Indian, agency. It
may £«SM*1)onsd, however, whether
in tm iteration even the educated
OlarMian Indiana should have placed
In their hands the same civil aulho.
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$1.25 -ofthe- $1,25
DISTRICT OF
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Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R. and extensions.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
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FOR 8ALE AT
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NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
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City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OK—
CITY RESERVES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
place at the Agricultural Hall,
in thc City of Nrw Westminster, on
Saturday, 26th Feb., 1887,
At 8 o'clock in the ovening, when the
following Lots will lw submitted to public competition, in accordance with
"Land Halo By-Law, 1884," and amendment, thereto, viz.:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lota », 14, IS, III ft 20.
VICTORIA (lARDKNH-Blook U.
Lot. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,1), 10, II, 12, ia, 18,
in, so, no, X. A 311.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE- Block D.
Lots II, 12, 13, 14, IS, III, 17,21,22,
23, 24, 25, 2«,^7,iS8,2(l,30,8l,32,
33, 34, 3.1 ft 3(1.     ,
ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots 8, 0 ic 10.°
CLINTON PLACE RESERVE-Block F
Lota 1, 2, 3, 9, 11, 14, 15, 10, 17, 18,
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, 27, 28,
29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35 k 30.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
. LoU 14, 15,16, 17,18,19, 20, 23,24,
25, 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35,
: 30, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 & 42.
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lot. 16,17,18, 24, 25, 20, 27, 28, 33,
34, 35, 30, 37 k 38.
SJThe Lots are mostly 00 by 132 feot.
TERMS-IBM per cent, on the fall of the
hammer; nn% per eent. in throe months;
and the balance of the purchase money In
six months from dnte of snle.
By order,
JAMES A. ROBINSON.
C. SI. 0.
City Clerk's Offloe,
New Westminster, Sth Feb., 1897.
dfeStd
WANTED
PUBCHASERH FOIt
Murine £ Stationary Engines, Boilers, Pomps, Inspirators, Interiors, etc.,
Steam Filters', Qaa Fitters' nml Plumbers'
Brass anil Iron Goods, nll kinds of Min-
IMK Machinery, Air Compressors. Ingersoll Rook Drills, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinery Weel, Picks,
Shovels, Iron A Steel Wire lto|ie, Rubber Hose, etc.,
Hallway A rontranlnrV Ventral flap*
Biles,    Scrapers,    Cars,    Angle    and
ar Iron ami Steel, Crow-bars, Portland
Cement,     Hoofing     Paper,     Building
Paper, Fire-proof Hoofing Cement, etc.,
Inm   A   wiMMl-worhlni  Machinery,
Shafting, Pulleys, Cii ucUs.Liit lies. Planers, Leather  Belting,   Tin   Plate und
Corrugated  Iron  Elbows,  Axe,  Pick,
Fork    and   Hammer    Handles, Best
White Oak 5-gHl., HHgnl., 15-gnl., SC-gal.
Kegs, Oeo. Ii Wood A Hoii'b celebrated
New York Varnishm, Chapman Sons A
Co.'s Fish  Bait (00 kinds),  Ono uew
'   Uall'sSafr,OnenewlNwlTattle.- Apply
to        F. WELCOME McCRADY,
Mechanical Draughtsman A Contractor.
mv Plans und BpBoIfl'iatlons for floats,
Buildings, Machinery, et**., carr-fuily prepared. MOKunzik St.
New Westminster, B. C, .Tan. iJfi. 'H7.
dwjnaflto
HyackfireCo
ANNUAL BALL.
Drill Slui, ."»»,l»,
TICKETS, Including Refreshments, 82;
I.adios tree. ,
8. H. WEBB,
J. McMURPHY,
Committer:
W. McfajLL,
I,. P. ECKSTEIN.
J. McMURHHY, Secretary. djnjltd
Depot Hotel
COLUMBIA STI1EKT,
Opposite CPR Depot.
A First-Class Hotel
CHARGES JODERATE.
P. 0. BILLADKAUX,  ■   Proprietor.
ilJnJI.
TO
HlOnrsiOta
TT AVING BEEN APPOINTED HOLE
XI Agents In this Province for a number of leading manufacturers in Canada,
we are prepared to furnish prices and full
Surtlctuurs of all kinds of machinery for
aw Hills, Shlnglo Mills,Factories,Foundries and Macliino Shops, including Engines nnd Boilers, stationary nnd portable, both new and second-hand; also:
Rubber Bolting, Axes nnd Edge Tools
Leather    " Hardware,
Lubricating Oils,      Harness,
Emery Wheels,      Builders' Supplies,
Brick Machines,      Show Cases,
Hoisting Blocks,      (ins Machines,
Ships' Blocks, Iron Tools,
Brushes nnd Brooms,Paints wild Oils,
Booting Felt. Sheathing Paper,
Fnlrhanks' Scales,   Br's Goods, Ir'nPlp'g
FRASER ¥lE0NARD,
HaluuiH'fl Block,     -     Cordova Hired,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
dwjnSltc	
U CDITCI CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao tu—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONTSTREET,  OPP. C. P.N. WHARF.
dsetate     i  .
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   BOYS WANTED, AT
one. to sell the Pally Columbian.
Apirlr.t THIS OBI*.. ilnnHIr
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER A DEALER IN
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than lt does to keep poor Fowls.
My Brooding Pens are equal to any in
the United States or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
nml (lrsl-rlass Fowls, my design being to
establish n reputation that will last.
VARIETIES OF FOWI-Si
White Crested Black PoUlli,
I Black Hpnnlxh,
Lat* ffili liltf",
La Flechr,
Hirer Spangled Hamburgh,
While anti Brown Leghorns,
Hondans,
Light Br a it mas,
Pit Games,
Plymouth Rock,
Partridge Cochins,
Rouen and Aylesbury Ducks,
Ttfulotise Geese*
SPAS ISH I.AMSAK RABBITS.
Cush must accompany all orders,
Address, with stamp,
JOHN S. COX,
dwfeTlo New Westminster.
NOTICE.
mHB PARTNERSHIP HKRETOFORE
I existing between Alfred Bunning nml
James Kelsoe ns contractors und builders
at the ally of Vnncouver, hi'., hus this
dny been dluolvod by mutual oons.nl.
Al) debts due the Int. Arm nrn lo be nald
tn Alfred Dunning, hy whom nll nubilities will be sottled, •
Dnted Ibis Utli day of January, ISS7.
ALFRED BUNNING.
JAMES KELSO.
Wllnessl-OORDON E. OORBODLD.
llJaWml
DRUGG1STSI
Kew Wcstininster, B. C.
 uiMOtf	
jj i 1jok,
IIK.UER A- IMPOIITtill I*
Dry Coods
CLOTHING
 ASD	
GROCERIES
-TU8T RECEIVED IN DUY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
Iu nil shades aud inntei-iul of DKES$
liOuD.3, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Hilks, Satins, Blaek and Colored Volvo-
teem ami Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
nnd nnluWhed). LININGS, HUT-
TONS, HOLLANDS, Use. Oroy, Wliite,
Scarlet and Chocked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
ami Kid. Ladies .Merino nnd Lamb
Wool Vests. JEKSEVS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Dinner Irish Linen,
Brilliants, (to., kc.
Men's Clothing!
Kor   Quality,  Stylo,  Fit nml Price,,
can't lie touched,
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Line, Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White. Shirt's, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, graces, Cardigan Jackets, kc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash*
mere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladles'and
Gents' KUIIBKR GOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Strlpod), Damask nml
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Rleiiclictl and Unbleached
Tahlo Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Covers.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in n first-class .establishment, and none but the best. Canned
Ooods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I imi nffcr 4'hmp timid*. I don't Imy
IheMer keep then, Mil I otter you lb.
best nnd *i Ihe lowest prlee lhey cum lw
seld M, Md you gel whnt we represent
dm>2tf**
To tho Electors ofthe Electoral Ms-
trict of Xew Wostmlnster.
GENTLEMEN!— Shortly after the lamented doathof our Intc Representative,
Mr. Homer, I was Solicited by a number
of my friends, to allow myself to be nom-
iimteil ns ii Candidate fortho Representation of (he District of New Westminster in
tiie House of Commons of Canada, .Tlie
fiorsoinil solicitation of friends, was short*
y followed by requisitions so numerously
signed, by prominent aud lnlluetiini Electors of the City und District, thnt I fell it
to be niy duty to place my services nt their
disposal. It is not therefore, Gentlemen,
nsu self-nominated candidate, that I usk
for your support, but 1 do so In response to
thc request of over four hundred of your
number.
To many of you, Gentlemen, who hnve
known mo for a long time, lt is unnecessary for mo to say, that I am perfectly
familiar with the great and varied resources of this Province. My knowledge
of Its Mining, Fishing, Agricultural and
Commercial Advantage? has been derived
from actual experience, and will (if elected) enable me to place prominently .before Parliament, the great resources of
this Province, nnd tho menus necessary
to be employed to aid in then- further
development.
It Is Impossible, Gentlemen, in an address such as this to do moro than allude
to some of tlie questions of Interest and
importance to you, which ns your representative, I would consider it to be my
duty to bring to the notice of Parliament.
I will, however, enumerate a fow matters
of great importance to us nil, in regard to
which it will be my earn est endeavour to
obtain beneficial legislation.
I will endeavour to have removed from
the mouth of om* noble Itlver, every impediment to Its freo navigation, nnd have
necessary lighthouses erected. .
I will endeavor to secure to settlers and
squatters an Immediate title to thoir
lunds. This I consider to he a matter not
only of justice, but nlso of expediency.
Heretofore great Injustice has been done
ton valuable and deserving class of our
population, to whom, had Justiee been
done and facilities afforded for acquiring
homesteads, the results of their Industry
would, ere this, havo done much to develop the agricultural capabilities of this fine
distriot,
1 nm aware, Gentlemen, thnt the num*
bei of representatives to which each province of the Dominion ls entitled Is b '.sod
upon population, yet I believe that, o ing
to exceptional circumstances, sueli as tho
fact that Ihis provinco contributes to the
revenue of the Dominion n much larger
percentage, according to population, than
any of the other provinces; nnd also to
tlio fact tliat largo centres of population
are rapidly being formed in this district--
thnt It is entitled to a larger representation lu the parliament, of tho Dominion,
and wliich as a matter of justice I will endeavor to obtain.        .
I will also endeavour to obtain for the
residents of this District botter postal
facilities, to which they arc justly entitled.
. I will uso my best ofloris to secure equitable rates on all railway and telegraph
lines, and lo have the same fixed by law.
•The Interests of llrltlsh Columbia demand thnt overy Impediment lu tho wny
of constructing railways to our Southern
boundary and other portions of this district be removed to aid In tho development of our resources. I will endeavor to
have this-accomplished, nml also to obtain aid for t he e'lnptructlon of canals and
the Improvement of navigable streams.
I will also consider It my duty to render
nll possible aid to any legislation whioh
seeks to simplify and render less costly
the administration of justice, especially
as between individuals aiid corporations.
.My [political platform is, lu the first
place, the lnteresl of British Columblu,
which I believo can be best served by my
giving an Independent support to the
present government, which has not In the
past hron unmindful of the Interests
of llrltlsh Columbia, aud to whom we
uro Indebted fur tlie early completion
of tbe railway, which has brought
us into ('r.iiiiiiiinl.-iitloii with the Eastern
Provinces and Europe, and through
the agency of wliich, wc will In the
near future, he placed lu direct communication with Australia,China,Japan,
and the Great Eastern Empire, which
must provo to be of Incalculable value to
this province, und to this district lu particular.
In conclusion, gentlemen, ] have only
to say. that I nm prompted hy a sincere
desire to benefit this district nud to nld In
promoting Its varied lnteresl a, and I ask
i'our support only upon these grounds,
tis my Intentlon'lo sec ns ihtiny of you
prqvjqfii4ti the election as I tine and circa instances will admit of in the meantime.
I remain. Gentlemen,
Yours very truly;
dwfeStd DONALD CHISHOLM.
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■i 1TOTIOB.
\TOTJCJfciJS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
ll 80 days after ante WO inienil mnltliif*
application (otho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a Lease for timber-
inn purposes of Die following described
lands on the Lillooet River above Harrison Lakot
Tract No. 1-Coiiimeiiclngnt the Northwest, corner of l»u reel Ps claim; thence
North 40 chains. West w chains, North 40
chains, West 40 chains, North 40 chains,
Wcstwehnlns, North 40chains, East L0
ehulns, Houth 40 ehains, East 40 chains,
Smith ■lOehalus, East 10chains, Houth 80
ohalns; Ibence to point of commonoe-
ment; said tract containing 1280 acres,
more or less.
Tract No. ".'-Co m in cueing at a post set
on thc Kust side of small lake ahout two
miles from Port Douglns; thenee East 40
chains, NoithdOchaliis, West 40chains,
Norlli III chains, West 40 chains, North 40
chains, West 80 chains, Houth 40 chains,
Eust in chains South lOOchiilns; thenco to
lake, meandering around lake to plaoe of
commencement*, said trnct containing
12X0 acres, more or less.
Tract No. 8-Commeni'lngiit a post set
on tho right bank of LUIooct Kiver a short
distance nbove Its mouth; thence West 80
chnlus, North in chains, West 40chnins,
North lOchains, West to chains, North 80
chains, East im chains, Houth lOchaliiN,
Hast 10 chains, South in chains, East 40
chains, Houth 40 chains, East 'JOcIiiiIiih,
Houth to point of commencement! said
tract containing I'M) acres, more or less.
Tract No. 4-Commencing at a post sot
on left bunk of river obtnit live miles
nbovo Port Douuliis; thenee North 80
chains. Went 4ii chains, North 40 chains,
W«»t20chains, North 10 chains. Wost 40
ehnins, Nortii 40 chains, Wcsr, lOchulliH.
Houth Wl chains, East 411 chains, Houth 40
chains, Kust 20 chains, Houth 40 chnins,
East 111 ehulns Houth in chains, East In
commencement; said tract containing
1200 acres, more or Ions
Tract,Nn.r.-ronwiicncliignl a poston
left hunk of Lllllocf Itlver, iilnnt II miles
from Tort Douglas; theuce North 120
ehulns. West 40 ehains, Noith till chains,
(Vest 40chains, North 40 chnins, Went 4')
ohalns, Houth 40 chains, East 20 chutim,
Houth Ml chains, East Hi chains, Houth 80
ohalns, East 10 chains, Houth 40 chains;
thenee East lo point of commencement;
said tract eontulning 1440 acres, moreor
less.
Tract No. 11—Commencing nl post on
right bunk of river nlrout half mile nhove
tract No.ii: thonee West HO chains, North 20
ehulns, West uo chains. Houth 20 chains,
WcsNilchiilns, North sit chains, East 40
chains, North 20 chains, East lio chains,
Mouth 20 chains, East HO chains, Houth lo
polntof commencement; "aid tract containing 1140 acres, more or less,
Tract No. 7-Cniiimonclntr a the N. W.
eornerof tract No 0; I hence West HO chains,
North 40chains, West lllehulliH, Houth 40
ehiiliiM, West 4il chains, Houth 40 chains,
East HI chains, Houth 20 chains, East 80
ehnliiH, Nortii to point of commencement;
snid tract containing mill aores, more or
IMS.
Tract No. tf-Commeneliignt it post set
on the right hank or river about half mile
below Hcueum-chuck; thenco Houth 120
chains, West, ill chains, North 40 chains,
West 20 chains, Norlh K» chains, Wost20
ehulns, North II) chains, East 80 chains,
Houth lo place of commencement; said
tract containing 060 acres, more or less,
Tract No. 0-Coinmenclng at n post set
ou left hank of river, about three miles
above tract No. 8: Ibence North «0 chains,
West 40 chains, North 40chains, West 80
chains, Houth 80 chains, Enst tOclwln*,
Houth 40 chains, East to point of commencement; containing 1120 acres, more
or loss.
Tract No. 10-ComineiiHnirnt n post set
ou right bnnk of river, hnlf mile below
largo creek; theuco Houth 40 chalni.West
111 chains, Houth 10 chiilnn, West00chains,
North 1-.0 chains, East UN) ehnlm. South
to point of commencement; said tract
containing 1010 acres, inore or loss.
Tract No, ll—Commcnclngat n post set
on east side of Tenuss Luke; (hence East
UOcbnltis, North LHlchalns.WustilOflhalliH,
North 80 chains, West to lake; thenee
along lake to place of coin men cement)
Nald tract eontulning 1000 aores,moreor
loss, i       J
Tract No. lii-Coni mend iir ul a post set
on cast side of Lillooet Luke; thenoo East
40chains, Norlb 10 chains, Enst40chnins,
Norlh HOchahiH, West 40chalns, North Hu
olinlns, Wast to lnko; thenco along lnko
lo point of commencement! Held tract
containing lixjo acre-, moro nr loss,
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Wednesday Evening, Febraary ,, IMI.
Vancouver wants a now post ollice.
Tho itr. Louise did not reach Vancouver tiii 4 o'clook to-day.
Tho train fiym tho each Was two
hour, and a half lato to-day.
General llutlar ia a persistent chewer
of .lippery-elm baric. Ho onco chewoil
tobacco.
Two carload, of froight arrived from
Viotoria thi. morning by way of Port
Moody,   .
Georga C. Neodliam, thp Irish
ovaageli.t, began a revival in Clov eland
Sunday night.
Tbe Baptiat aocial and bazaar will
take placo in the basement of Olivet
church, thia ovening.
We are informed that Mayor McLean, of Vancouver, will bo a candidate for tha commons.
The namo of Mr. Goldwin Smith ia
mentioned in connection with the candidacy for Montreal Centra.
Borne philunthropiita have undertaken to instruct and convert tho Chi-
ne.e lauudrymen of Winnipeg.
Patrick Burn., an extensive coal
dealer in Toronto, failed yesterday
morning.   Liabilities (400,000.
nun olWaiMrorltfnaa been sentenced
to Sing Sing. Cleady will bo tho next
tried.
Mn. Mackay ia expected to become
•nt of tho highest bidders for aome of
the French orown jowehuit the coming
sale in May.
TasfM^m^f^,
whioh wu brought over aa ballast in a
lumber, jhip.
Den't forget that Jaa. Ellard & Co.
an .gent, for McColl'. New York
Baaar Paper Patterns. A full line
alwaya on hand. d-ja3tc
Iti. Raid that there are avail now
eleven American girls engaged to givo
up their handa and fortune, for foreign title, in marriage.
Minneapnli. i. growing fait, according to her own allowing. Lut
year over 4,000 building, were erected,
at a oo.t of |U,000,000.
Thirteen sacks uf mail matter for
thia city were recoived here laat night
from the O.P.R., and 4 Backs to-day,
Ths delayed mail, are nil in now.
D. W. Kearn'a large organ factory
at Woodatook, Out., and Geo. Week',
furniture factory were burned on the
2nd'in«t. Lobb|30,000, partly covered
by Insurance.
Tht new French txplo.ive, mele-
nilt, which ia laid to bo more powerful than dynamite or - nitro-glyoerine,
in touch and appearance resembles
yellow olay,
In addition to our uew .took of spring
Med. wa have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of Kngland Broadcloth.
■sd Frenoh Cassimeres. — Walsh's
Tdnsfirira Km*o«I"«i. dnoDOto
Mora patent, for inventions are
issued in the United Stato. than in
•ny two European countries. England stand, aecond .in order, France
third and Germany fourth.
Mr. Shaughnaaay, aaiiatant genoral-
aun.g.r of thb' C.P.B., announced
recently that th» oompany waa
npidly extending theirAlgomu branch.
Upward, of aix hundred men ara employed on the work.
Not long ago ordera were given to
nltuc Bugeuo Herbert, conmicd in
the St. Vincent do Paul penitentiary
•t Montreal. By mistake anothor
Htrba**. waa discharged, and both, the
men are at liborty. ..
It will be aeen from our advertising
columns to-day that another auction
aale of oity squares i. tu take place ou
the Mth inat. Tlm will bo an excellent opportunity for person, desirous
of muring building lota.
D. W. Poit & Co. ara making "hay"
while the aun thins*. They have now
300 tout of lot in their ice houae, and
an putting It in at tht rate of 100 ton.
per day. The ica it of excellent quality, eeil ia now about 0 inohoe thick.
Dr, Dawson, in a lecture before the
Ottawa Literary and Scientific Society,
on Vancouver Wand, predicted that
ite great natural ami material advan-
tagta would in future'earn for it tho
title of the Littlt Britain of tht North
Pacific.
Th» * atattmtnt of traflic earning, of
tht' Canadian Paoifit for December
ahowa tht net profita for the month,
tn lacr.aa.of »30,S12ov.rth.proilU
for Dtceraber. For: tht. month, ending Dtctmber Slit, the net profita
wtn . $3,703,486, an lncrtaa* of
•478,309, oofnpared wiili tht previous
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Costumes.—To those desiring to be
photographed in costume worn at the
Yorick ball, we offer special reduced
prices.—Thompson & Boviu..   dlf
Commons Election, ; We are author
iced to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field as a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons ran.
derod vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoo25tc
...—. . ,
Collision.—Pat Collins was proceeding down Oolumbia - street with
his dray this morning when he came
in collision with a young lad named
De Coursey, driving a delivery wagon
for Groceryman McDonald, The
young lad was thrown from his seat in
toe wagon and badly shaken up.
 . _*.,	
Half a Year.—Six months ago
Ihe Publio Library and Mechanics Institute was reopened by the old librarian, Mr. H, W.Hughes. Now that
the city is connected with Ontario by
direct railway communication We are
■ure of plenty of .tranger. in the future, and this is the uuly place outside
of the hotel for a newcomer to enter
and pat. away an hour or two in the
afternoon or evening. It costs nothing for thon Just arrived, and for old
resident, but 60 cent, per month, or
one bit for .even days, this being just,
what It paid: for oho cigar. One hundred aha eighty-five names have been
written down as Members already, and
if these paid at, the 1st of eaoh 'month
all would be success. . However, aome
forget, some have moved away, ahd a
few have retired, the charge doubtless
being so large, Thanks to the mayor
and council and a number who never
have time to enter the place, strangers
and those who have no home have an
agreeable plaoe to enter all- the year
round.
—-—■ .*-.	
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, when a 25 cent bottle of
Holloway's Corn Cure will remove them?
Give it a trial, and you will not regret it.
Charged Wllh Murder,
Fnr Indian. Arre.ied-lc.nU of the
inquest.
Four Indians wore arrested yester
day by Constable Armstrong, at Port
Moody, charged with murdering In
tlian Bill, whose body wns found two
days ago on the Port Moody Road.
They wen brought into this city last
ovening on tho train nlong with
the dead body, and lodged in tho
jail over night. This morning they
were brought before Cnpt. Pittendrigh,
J. P., and ramunded eight days. A
postmortem examination nnd inquest
was hold this afternoon on tho dead
body and a verdict of death from foul
play nnd subsequent exposure to the
weather was returned. Tho jurors on
the inquest umplained very much of
the faot that they could receive no remuneration for their sorvices.
Delated Trains.
Parllcalars et tke Marm-UUtle Dying
Ibr Waul ef Fodder., '
The lung looked for express and
mail train from the oost arrived lost
.evening about 0:30 o'olock. Over a
woek had elapsed .sinco the last
through train had arrired. Tho cause
of the delay was the severe blizzards
whicli have been raging bn the prairie
for the lost week. The snow liad in
many places drifted across the track,
effectually blocking traffic, and the
railways hands had refused to clear
it, owing to the intense cold that
prevailed with the blizzard. Some
of tho passengers loft Toronto and
Montreal two weoka ago and only
arrived hero last evening. They were
obliged lo stop tivo days at Calgary,
as each train as it arrived there from
tho east was cancelled and proceeded
east again. Passengers report the
cold as very aevere on Ilie prairies, in
tome instance, the thermometer falling to 30 below aero. Many of the
cattle around Calgary are dying, the
rancher, being unable to obtain h.y
for thom. They complain that this
has been the severest winter for a long
time.
 «-^ •	
Personal.
W, Hood, of Montreal, is in the
oity.
Col. Hamilton samo in from Fort
Moody to-day.
Miss Luring, of Port Haney, came
down last evening.
W, B. Esen, of Porl Moody, oame
ill on the noou train.    ._
A. 0. Perry, of Vancouvor, waa in
the oity last evening.
Miss McDougall, of Vancouver, was
in tht oity hut night.
J. P. Mowatt, of dampbellton, N.
B., is nt the Colonial.
E...W. Beckett and wife, of Port
Haney, are in the city. •;
C. W. RhocleB nnd J. C. Cox, of
Port Moody, nttended the Yorick Boll
las evening.
Dr. J. M. McLean returned from
Victoria yestorday, having successfully
passed the examination prescribed by
the provincial association.
H. Mathers, J.P., and his daughter
Maggio wero nmong the passengers
whu camo in on the O.P.R. last night.
Mr. Mathers hat been on a short visit
lu Ontariu.
At the Colonial: W. E. Esen, Port
Moody| G. Robinson; G. McKmney;
J. e. Mowatt, Oampbellton, N
B.i W. Hood, J. G. Blake, Montreal;
'Mrs. Sinclair, Miss Loring, Mr, Beckett and wife, Port Haney,
- Wt are glad to learn that J. A.
Bowes, of Hope, who went eaat aome
time ago for tho benefit of his health,
ia gradually improving under medical
treatment at Milwaukee. Hit many
frienda in thia provinoe till be glad to
hear of hia recovery.
mi wm •■•■■ runmuii.
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MaMlll.n. AIMIsapplynawnkaad
•I T, E. rearm, a, iv.,, nit meal. Ibr
theBjaiiiaad.alneta.Mek. tr
Job printing of all kind, neatly dont
at the CoLtnrauN office. Price, will be
found lower thu at uy other offloe In
the provinoe.—Adv.	
ELEOTORS
 OF—
New Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.—As a successor to your
late representative ln the Commons will
soon have to be eleoted, 1 hereby an-
uounoo myself a candidate for the position.
I purpose publishing an address ln
which 1 will give my views on the most
Important questions affecting your Interests, and will visit the different settlement, and address the eleetors beforo
election day.
In Politics, lam and will bcTHoaoUGH-
I.Y INDEPENDENT.
Yours respectfully,
dwoffitc T. I. TRAPP.
The Yorick Hull.
The fonoy dross ball of tho Yorick
Club held last evening in the Drill
Shed was a great success. Large numbers were present from Vancouvor nnd
neighboring places. The Drill Shed waB
tastefully decorated for the occasion.
Music was furnished by the "Happy
Hottentots." Daneing was continued
up till an early hour this morning.
The costumes were varied and numerous, some of them being remarkably
firetry. Below are the names of the
allies and gentlemen present and the
characters they represented: A. G.
Gamble, gentleman of the 17th century; Mrs. Jenns, girl graduate; Mrs.
Hadley, Stars and Stripes; Mr. Aik-
mnn, Spectator; Miss Bate, Germaine
(Normandy Peasant); Miss Galbraith,
Swiss girl; Miss Phillips, Music; Mrs.
Moresby, Music; Miss J. Black, Dresden Shepherdess; Miss McColl, Polly
Pomp; Mrs. A. M. Herring, Italian
Peasant; W. Dickinson, Jockey; Miss
E. Woods, Union Jack; Miss Coch
nine, Lydia Languish; I. B. Fisher,
Lord Strafford; Mrs. Fletcher, Summer; H. B. Shadwell. Turk; Miss M.
Steele, Spanish Lady; W. W. Town-
send, Queen's .Buffotier; Mrs. C. E.
Woods, Folly; 11. Brook, B.A.; Mrs.
Bentley, Old Mother Hubbard; Miss
Green, Ruth; Miss D. Davidson, The
Child of the Regiment; Mr. Drysdale,
Oscar Wilde; H. Brook, Sailor; Dr.
Bentley, A British Oflicer; Mr. Gar-
rioch, The Nabob; Mrs. Trew, Lady of
Lost Century; T. J. Armstrong, Irish
Led; Dr. Smith, Surgeon in the Navy;
A. E. Coulthard, Lawn-tennis; A. O.
Campbell, Cowboy; Miss M.Cochrane,
Indian Princess; Miss Armstrong,
Wintot; Miss R. Armstrong, Zouave;
Mrs. Dr. Smith, I.O.O.F.; Miss Hill,
Girl of the Period; Miss L. Woods,
Priscilla the Puritan Maid; Mr. Jenns,
Albertus Magnus; A. R. Green, lllth
Century gentleman; F. 0. McCartney,
Knight of I6th Century; R. W. Armstrong, "Windsor" Court Livery;
Mrs. Townsend. English Dame; J. E.
Phillips, Midshipman; Mra. W. J.
Armstrong, Court Lady of Mario
Stuart's time; W. J. Armstrong, Modern
Gentleman; Miss Rand, wood nymph;
Mrs. Green, "Five o'clock Tea";
Miss Fletcher, Lady St. Claire; Miss
Eickhoff, Swiss Girl; Mra. Eickhoff,
German Nurse; Dr. Trew, Major in
Army; Miss Draper, Great Grandmother; Mrs. Aikman, Spanish Lady;
Miss McDougall, Eastern,. Girl; Mrs.
Drysdale, GrateDarling; Mrs. Beecher,'
Japanese Lady; Mies Webster, Sunflower; J. S. Clute, Base-Bailer; W.
N. Draper, Turk; Mr. Hadley.Tramp;
Mrs. Hill, 1887; Mr. Beecher, Nobleman; Miss. Black, Japanese; Misa
Dickinson, Psyche; Mr. Moresby, Detective; Mn. E. K. HWdlt, 'Autumn';'
M. Mouatt, Finlander; Mis. Chile,
Kate Greenawav; Miss Davidson, The
My.tio Tie; C. M. Rhodes, Nineteenth Century Gentleman; Misa
Campbell, Painting; C. E. Holt,
Windsor Uniform; C. Murray, Irish
Landlord; Mra. Murray, Zingari Tambourine, Girl; H. N Rich, Nineteenth
Century Gentleman; G. 0. Carmen;
Mrs. Ross, Zouave; Capt. Peele; Mr.
Briggs; Mrs. Cox; A. M Herring;
Miss McBride; C Todd; Mra. Bungs;
E. J. Miller; Miss Tiffany; J. 0 Carman; Mrs. Stanford; Mr.. Steele;
Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane; T, Mouatt,
Ljird Lovell; W. T. Ous, Nineteenth
Century li nt!. man; Mis, A. Davidson, Jeanne d'Are.
A letterfrom P. O. Sharpless, Drnggist,
Marion, Ohio, in writing of Dr. Thomas,
Eclectrie Oil, says; ono man was cured of
Bore throat of 8 yean' standing with one
bottle. We have a number of eases of
rheumatism that have been cured when
other remedies have failed. Wo consider it tbe beat medioin'e sold.
By Telegraph.
"regress .r Ike 1'aralval at N.alre.1-
ed renalnlea te Tl.lt (ailaad-Artl.a
hr libel.
Moktihui, Feb. O.—The rainy weather
to-day somewhat dampened thc spirits
of thos. attending the carnival. The Indoor sports wore largely patronized. An
address wu presented hi. excellency the
gov.raor-gen.ral and a happy reply was
mad., A dlipatch wa. lent to the
Queen, congratulating her on the 50th
yearof her reign.
Quibeo, Feb. fS.—Lelectetir estimate,
the results of the olcction. aa a majority
of 40 for Blake, while the government
organa claim from 80 to So for government. The Conservative, have nominated L. F. Burrough in Quebec Centre
ud Kennedy in Dotbiniere.
Toronto, Feb. 9.—The government
have decidedly refused to grant permission to any Canadian regiments to visit
England halt summer. The refusal h»
oaused consternation among the member,
of theae corps who were preparing to go.
St, Catharines, Feb. 9.—J. C. Rykert, Conservative cudidate for Lincoln,
has entered u action against the reform
candidate Patterson, for ten thousand
dollar, damages for libel.
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Lo-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from the., only which are known to act
upon the Generative Oman, iu Female..
They aro first enclosed In an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for year. In any
climate. Ask u. for private circular.
A. M. Herring k D. 8. Cdbtis k Co.,
New Westminstor; T. McNeeley, Ladner's Landing; H. McDowell A Co., Vancouver! Plmbury k Co., Nanaimo; T,
Pickard, Denman Island; A. K. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney k Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouvor; Tho Vancouver
Drug Co., Vanoouver; J. B. Lovell, Yalo;
W. It. Meaaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
4 Co., Kamloops; Lanoi.kv k Co.,
wholesale agent., Victoria.    dwseWyl
Beyond Our Borders.
Prussia and the Vatican.
The Telephone In Frnnn-.-A liji.nmMe
Steel CralKer—SloraiM In Moulnnu.
New YokK, Feb. 5th.—Business ou
the river front (hia morning is pitrn-
lyzed. Judginjr frum Iho indications
to-night 50,000 longshoremen and
coal-handlers will be on strike to-mor-
morruw.   Deleijates are actively en-
f;aged in organizing  every  branch of
rtbor about the piers.
Washington. Feb. 3. — Although
the seeretnry of state lias nnt yet announced thnt the British achuuiiera
captured by the revenue steamer Corwin in Alaskan waters were unlawfully
seized and held, it is learned on very
good authority that that will be the
outcome of the whole matter, and that
proper damages will be paid by tbe
yovemment for losses by detention.
The New York World is infurmed
that the navy department will complete early this week the drawing ot a
eontrnet with the Pneumatic Dynamite Gun Company of New York for
the construction of a dynamite steel
cruiser, to be completed June 1. If
this vessel is all that iB claimed for it,
then the harbor of New York will be
safe from any foreign fleet. Work on
the vessel will be hastened on account
uf .possiblo complications between
this country and Great 'Hrimin. Con*
gress authorized the construction of
this vessel last year, but very little
has been naid about it, and thnt
the department has completed arrangements for the building is not gener
ally known. The vessel is V, carry
three dynamite guns, eaeh capable of
throwing with accuracy 200 pounds of
dynamite a distance of one mile If
tbe guns are made of that capucity
they will be capable of throwing 400
pounds of dynamite, which would be
sufficient to blow up tho largest, vessel
known to a modern navy.
Berlin, Feb. (V.—Ifc is seini-offi-
cially stated that a complete
state of entente has been
reached by Prussia and the Vatican on
questions of church and stale. All
the newspapers except the North German. Gazette are discussing the Berlin
Post's recent article on tho situation in
France. Vaas'wche ZeUnng condemns
the article as ottering wanton provona*
tion to France. The TagblaH reminds
the public that the sensational article
in the Post in 1875. headed " Wnr in
Sight,1'was disavowed by BiBmarck
in the reichstag. The Frcisinninge
declares the article especially designed
to play upon the fears of the German
electors, The National reproduces il
without criticism beyond affirming
that Germany continues tho solid rampart for European pence, nnd that in
rightly judging the situation it is ne*
cessary to-recall tho words of Bismarck, that Germany would not take
the ri'Bpmisibility ii? attacking France.
UKUfHKLfl, Feb. 3—Two heads of
state conversed today by telephone.
King Leopold weut to the Stuck Exchange to experiment with Ihe Brussels-Paris telephone, and asked for
communication with President Grevy.
Thb president of tho Frenoh republic
said through the telephone, "Who is
there? Who is there?" The reply
came from King Leopold, "Tt ;* the
kimi of the Belgians." M. (Ju inquired after King Leopold's li alth
nnd expressed pleasure at biu-I. a perfection of intercourse having heen ob*
tained with a friendly country. King
Leopold replied iu a similar strain,
adding that the tolephone was a marvelous invention and that it would
help to develop French-Belgian rein*
lions.
Mr. George Tolon, Dniggist, Graven
hurst, Ont., writes: "My cu.stumors, whu
have used Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, sny
that it has done them moro goud than
anythiug thoy have ever nseiP' It has
indeed a wonderful tiifluniec in purifying
the blood and curing diseases nf tie Digestive Oi-gans; theLivur, KHiicy*, nud
all disorders of thu system.
MAKK1HP.
WH.LAIUWOHNSON. - In tills city,
F"K 811), hy tlio Rev. It. JnilllPSOn,
ClinrlflHWIIfiml nnd KII/niicMi Johnn'tn,
hoth of Cimlie Crook, Ii. C.
Wholesale city Market.
Reef,     per lOOIbn...
Pork "
Mutton "
Hldi'B(gr'n)"
Potatoes a
Turnips "
Carrots "
Parsnlp-i "
Bents "
CahbiiRe ",
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Apples "
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Oats ■•
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Qoese,       fmoh     .'.
Ducks V	
Chickens, per pair.	
Turkeys, por Ui	
Cortlwooif (retail) por cunt,
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The confederation Life.
1 he annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomhims whieh
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 expenses of the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and IS por uent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
Inoame is sufficient to pay tho doath
claims- -whioh in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to bo
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities are
set forth In minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
pouible contingencies and providing for
every debt, thoro is a surplus of $.W2,10.)
over liabilities and capital combined.
The incroase.in tho assets In the last year
wu 9260,300. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, via:--"To keep Ita balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new biishiesB,"
— Toronto Glolie. T. R. Pearson k Co.
an agents for this company in Uritish
Columbia. mlflW
Business lectori.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear ln the Daily Columbian. It has
heen found truo, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal in their
dealings, and many persons mako it a
rule to give preference in their dealings to
those establish monts whieh advertise
freely. The following list is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
Vf, Norman Bole Columbia St
Corbould A McColl McKenzie St
Branch Offlco at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Pr. IT. M. Cooper Church St
Dr. I. M. McLean McKenzie Bt
Dr. DeWolfe Smith.... Clarkson St
INSURANCE.-
\V. J. Armstrong [lire]... Conrt House
W, D. Ferris [life A accident] Ferrlsflt
T. IV. Pearson [Uro & lifo] Columbia St
nam! Bros. [HreAllfe] McKenzleSt
Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vie,
Turner, Beeton A Co. Iflre] Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gamble
[nro, life A accident] Columbia Ht
HEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
Vf. N. Bole Columbia St
Carbon Id A McColl McKenzie St
W. D. Forr.B Ferris St
Capt. Pittendrigh MoKenate St
Rand Bros McKenzie Ht
Woods, Turner & Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ae,
C. II. Clow Clinton St
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. 'frapp Columbia St
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, *C.
Frosor A Leonard Vancouver
F. Welcome McCrady McKenzie St
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
T. H. Pearson Columbia St
PRINTING * RULING.
Tho Columbian Steam Printing Establishment Columbia St
STOVES A TINWARE.
■TiiR. Cunningham Columbia St
E. H. Scoullar A Co Columbia St
Branch at Vancouver.
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
HARDWARE.
■Ins, Cunningham Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
Jns. Cun,i Ingham Columbia St
H. M. Cunningham A Co* Columbia St
E.S. Hcoullar A Co Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C. .1. Robson ...Columbia St
HARNESS, Ae.
Douglas A Deighton Columbia St
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Vf, H. Austin Front Bt
-lis. Cunningham Columbia St.
O.G. Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia Bt
C7 MoDonough Front Ht
DRY GOODS.
D, Drysdale A Co. Columbia St
Jul, Kllard A Co Columbia St
GROCERIES.
D. McPhiulon Columbia St
FURNITURE.
Peebles A Hockley...... Columbia St
W. Prothero Columbia St
WOOD A COAL.
Henry Klllott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, Ae.
D, S. Curtis A Co Columbia St
A. Pcclo Columbia St
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dickinson.. Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELERS
F. Crake.-; ,T*'....l.f .^..*?.......Colnmbla St
F. Htlrsky Columbia 8t
C. M. McNaughten Columbia Bt
BLACKSMITHING   A   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens Columbia St
Reid A Ctirrio „.. Columbia St
'W(     a**'*   HOTKlJI. *       '
Depot Hotol [Bllladcaux] Columbia Ht
Farmers Home I Holden] Church St
Tho Clarence [tliohuMs] Victoria
PAINT IIHI,   tke.
Chas. Murray , Clarkson St
BOOTS A. SHOES.
Wm. Ross Columbia St
Jas, Rousseuu .....Columbia St
TAILORS.
D. Drysii-i',- A Co Columbia St
Thos, Walsh Columbia St
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry Port Hummond
K. Hulvliorson ....Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, tke.
Jno. S. Cox Royal Avenue
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services every Sunday at II a. m.nnd7p.m. In
u Church, Ht. John street, below Royal
avenue.  Muais free, ull nro cordially Invited.  Sunduv Bchool at 2.30 p. ir.
(fefflUo)
MKTIIODIBT   CHURCH,   Mary SU
Rov. C. Watson, Pastor.  Services nt
11 a. m. und 7 p. m.   Sunday Sohool nnd
Biblo OIhks 2:ao p. in. Prayer Mooting on
Thursdays at H p. in. Seats froo; strangers
cordially Invited. Jo7-to.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street,
Kast of Mary Street Rev. Robert
Lennie, Piistm*. Lord's Day Services at 11
a. ni, and 7 p. m. Sabbath Bchool ami
Hlhli> Class at 2-.m p. in. All seats free;
stranger* cordially welcomed.   d*do24to
A UNION LODGE No, V, A. F.
Jb A. M.—The regular Communications of this Lodge are
held on tbe first Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren aro cordially invited tonttend
PETER GRANT,
Secretary.
Skiff Found.
FOUND ADRIFT AT NEW WEST-
mlnstcr on tho .'Wtti January a Skiff
whioh the owner oan have by proving
property and uiiylnc expenses.
JAS. ArBONSON,
iljnsiml Oily Hotel.
1TOTIOB.
PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE PACI-
flo Carriago Works, ore requested to
mnke immediate settlement. All overdue
Recounts not bald by Baturday,Feb. 12ih,
will bo plnced In n solicitor's hands forcol-
lecllon.
dwjaffltd REID A CURRIE.
TIIK INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron- Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
8. C. STATIONERY * PRINTINQ CO.
Now Westminster, Vanoouver 4s Victoria
J '.  '   dwnolotc
BED  ROCK
_P jR X O jEu S
-IN-
Winter Dry Goods!
—AND	
AFTER THE HOLIDAYS.
D. Drysdale & Co.
dw-Je28tc
LONDON HOUSE
Largest Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing House on
the Mainland.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
OOLUMBIA   STXH1IT,
"■ii:*    ■ ni in tvjdno]uu -i
IfcTe-w   •'WrestBaiiietfsr,  S.  23."
dwj.4to
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
$8000 WORTH OF STOCK
 TO BE SOLD	
At Cost and Below!
FOR THE NEXT NINETY DAYS
Gum Boots, $6.50, gold for £5.00.
Equally lov prices on nll other Rubber Qoods.
manufacture
Theu Gooda an all AmtrioM
Men's Boots, $1.50, sell for $3.50.
Ladles' French Kids. $6, sell for $4.60
These Ooods must be disposed ol during tho neat 3 month.,   H yon wait aa*-
thing in my line call early and get your choiuei and you will make by ao doing.
•^.awoxtmeaat EuejEtteis. Grlevoa.
JAS. ROU88EAU.
a*ost CASH ONX.V.
dnottrnD
Bargains!   Bargains!
&EBAT B JA.-E50--A.I2STS XCT
Gold & Silver Watcbes, Diamond Bings.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a largo   assortment   of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE,
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
i*^ All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jaiotc
Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C
Brown Leghorns.
THREE THOROUGHBRED BROWN
Leghorn Coeki for unto. These nto
tine young birth, and they are offered at
very low prices. Apply at thlx office.
N
•fcTOTICE
OTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN THAT
_. I am duly appointed by Mrs. 8. Hennessy to collect an outstanding debt, due
toiler. Also to pay all liabilities of tho
Holbrook Houso. I oan bo found atth.
DepotHol... AUJ.T0LMIE.
New Westminster, Deo. 28th, USD.
J>2Mw*winl
FORSALE.
PI ANO AND A QUANTITY OF HOU1I-
hold Furniture for sal.. Appl. to
dfetto ARCHIE "Kim*,
■JSTOTIO-B
flWKDERS ARE INVITED TO «■■
L nlsh Plan, and speclBo.tlon. lor a
Imi-story Brink Building, lobaaHdua
City Hall, and to contain .Polio Onr!
Room, Lookup, City Cl.rkv OIBe., Oo.a-
ell Chamber and Quarter, far Niw:
cost of said building nottOMMMiNIM
thousand dollan. Tendon to be In hr
the 16th day of rahraary, IMI.
By order,
dfaJtd IM. A, ROBRMON. Sails ffritiah Columbian
Despatches.
CLIPPED AND COMPILED FROM   UTE  EXCHANGES
Ottawa, Jan. 29.—There is a prospect of a lively lawsuit between tho
Canadian Paoifio and the Grand
Trunk. Tha projeoted line of the latter company, starling from Kirltrield
or Lindsay and Colbrooke branch and
ruining aa direct aa possible to the
Sault) a distance of 380 miles, has
stirred up tlu Canadian Pacific to ex-'
tond its Algoma branch to the same
point. Tke Grand Trunk hu located
ita Hue and bought moat ot the right
uf way, but while construction waa
nnder contemplation, the Canadian
Paoific ha. already commenced it. The
Grand Trunk people claim that Iheir
great rival i. following the identical
route aa laid out by the Grand Trnnk
engineer., and hare consequently applied for mi injunction to compel them
to desist, Bailey, 0. E., of Toronto,
waa here'yeaterday and interviewed
Ihe railway department on the matter.
Toronto, Feb. 1.— The famous
. ooal con.pir.cy case attains! Patrick
Bums, coal dealer, Thomas Johnson,
hia confidential clerk, and John Vena-
ble, mechanical superintendent of the
city waterworks collapsed yeaterday
afternoon, the judge' deoiding that
there waa nothing to go to a jury.
Detroit, Feb. 1.—In Windsor,
Out, more than half of lhe telephone
subscribers have notified the company
that unless they have connection
without extra charge with Detroit the
telephone tnu.t be removed. This is
.aid to be but the atart of a general
movement throughout Canada looking
toward a lowering of the telephone
rate.
Ottawa, Feb. 2.- Th. directorate
of the Pontiao and Pacific railway
have under consideration a scheme to
ehange the route of the line which
will necessitate ita extension to Sault
Ste. Marie, there forming a connection with the Northern Pacifio. A
cable to the Mail .aye  that much re-
fret ia manifested among Canadians in
Ingland over the resignation of Sir
Charles Tupper and confidence i. ex-
press.il in tie zumored appointment
of Sir Alexander Campbell. Eight
Canadian, who received their military
training at Kingtton will join their
regiment, in India next month, having
put in one year of apecial inatruction,
whioh ia a high compliment to the
Canadian sy.tem, cad.ta being required to take two years apecial instruction..
Ottawa, Feb. 2.—The imperial
government ha. isaued an order stating that .when officer, of tho imperial
force. ;iN atrving the coloniea they
mu.t look to the latter for all pay.
The emoluments of ollicer. now employed in colonial teniae will be cancelled. Thia, it is claimed, will have
the effect of discouraging Engliah officers from entering tho service •( the
colonies, for the reason that they can
aecure better remuneration at home.
A company with a capital of (5,000,-
000 haa been organized to undertake
the construction of a submarine tunnel between Paince Edward Island
and  New  Brunswick, provided  tho
?;overnment will guarantee 4 per cent,
nterett on the expenditure.
Qhbiec, Feb. 2.—After the adjournment of the legislature thia afternoon' the premier aud auch of hie
oolleaguea a. have to go back for re-election will leave for their constituencies. Nominations are now fixed for
the 12th and elections for the 19th
inat.
Simcob, Feb. 2.—The Simcoe
woolen pallia Were burned yesterday.
Two operator, were badly burned before they eould escape. It is feared
that a young man was lost in the
building, as he ia missing. Los.
abont 930,000; pretty well insured.
Cairo) Feb. 2.—Henry M. Stanley
will leave here on Thursday next with
a force of 1,200, including eighty negroes, on hi. expedition for the rescue
of Emm Bey. Stanley doe. not expect to meet with any formidable opposition on hi. maroh, but on the contrary believes he will receive valuable
assistance from many of tho negro
tribes, enabling him to successfully
carry out hi. scheme of relief. The
government intends raising the blockade of the Soudan and reopening the
potr Jeum well, of Egypt.
Roue, Feb. 2.—Premier De Pretis
inform, the Italian chamber of deputies to-day that there haa recently
been severe fighting in that part of
the Soudan whose occupation was boing attempted by Italy in an under-
atanding with England. He taid thi.
fightinv had resulted in almost complete disaster to the Italian forces engaged in conjunction with tho Ahys-
ainnian troop, iir the work of attempting to release Kassala, whicli has been
besieged by hostile Arahs ever sinco
lhe beginning «<f the Soudanese war
by lhe intu El Mahdi. Going into detail., the premier aaid that Raaolua,
the general commanding the Abyasin-
nian troope, accompanied by a email
number ot Italian aoldiera, attacked^ Soatie on the 20th of
January. A hotly fought battle emued
It hated three houn. and the army of
Raaolua was repulsed. The Italian
loia waa trifling and that of theAbya-
ainiana waa unknown. Next day three
companies of Italian troops left Mon-
kullo to carry provision, to Soatie.
The Abyaainians again made an attack
and I desperate battle waa waged.
The Abymnlana were defeated and
the Italian troops were .imply annihilated, but ninety reaching Maaaowah.
Thia itatentent rude a profound aenaa-
tion in tho chamber. Premier Depro-
tia added that the Italian commander
recalled the troops for the advance and
concentrated them ai Maaaowah. The
Radical, laughed ironically nt this.
The government now propoeed a bill
for an appropriation of 11,000,000
with which to und Italian reinforce-
menta to Maaaowah. The chamber at
onee approved the bill by an almost
itnaiimoua vote.
Los»fllt,,Jm, 28.r-Lndy Maodon-
ald'a artiole, "Bjr Car and by Cow-
oit«h*K*,M*«lMd<oid*irin Murray'.
Magejdne. It it a deaonption of her
UdyaUi'l journey over the Canadian
Paeiao ttil-rtj. She ipeake in very
glowing terrni of the eiquiaite beauty
nf the sevtfftf^tJtlt, comfort of > Hi»on|v
riagos and tho importance of the line.
Sho also enters briefly into the political history of tho undertaking, showing how politician, quarreled over it,
how speculators ahook their heads,
how engineers doubted the feasibility
of the scheme, nnd how the railway
authorities opposed the enterprise.
It broke one government, embarrassed
another, set everybody by the oars,
and bade fair to become a chronic
quarrel between the rival parties,
when happily the difficulty was faced
and tlio hno wob brought to a a successful finish. Tho journey of tlie
authoress reads like a novel. It is
written with admirable tasto and in a
gossipy Btylo that is exceedingly inter-
eating. Lady Macdonald refers to her
husband aa a chief who i. alwaya engaged in adding to hii store of knowledge about the country nnd its necessities and the requirements of the people. Tho meeting with the Blackfeot
la liko a pago from a romance. The
welcome that Sir John Macdonald received was most gratifying, showing
the loyalty of the Dominion's dusky
nnd distant subjects. Tho authoress
gives many intereating incident, of
her journey, especially of that part
where she proceeded from Laggnu for
000 miles on tlio cow-catcher of the
engine. At this point the story ends
for the present, but sufficient hus been
published to awaken interest here in
the great and successful enterprise.
The Oold Frontier In Africa.
At Barbcrton, in the so-called De
Kaap gold-fields, in the South African
Republic, things nre booming. The
South African fields are now the gold
frontier of the world. The scenes
familial' to so many of our readers
from personal experience on our own
Pacifio Coast or in Australia, and familiar to everybody from the literature
of the Californian nnd Australian
epochs, nro now being re-enacted in
South Afriea. Thither the adventurous spirits of every nationality are
Hooking, oa they went to the Golden
Gate in '40 and to the Bathurst district in Now South Wales a couple of
years later. The same struggle of enterprise, pluck, physical endurance
and mental astuteness to gain and
possess tlie yellow prize is going on in
the new gold-fields away beyond Kimberley and Pretoria—almost in the
region of Mr. Haggard's fabled Minos
of King Soloman.
It ia especially interesting to compare the conditions of tho gold battle
in South Africa with those whioh already seem to bolong to the ancient
history, While overy race and every
nationality is represented in the affairs
of De Kaap Gold-field, tho prevailing
influences are Dutch and English.
The local government consists of a
Delvers' Comito, or Diggers' Committee, subordinate to the Volksroad,
or Congress of the Republic. The local office-holders are known by Dutch
titles, and the government notices are
fiublished both in Dutch and in Eng-
ish. But while the legislative and
administrative framework is Dutch,
tho English seem to be in a majority.
In an election for members of the
Diggers' Committeo held on the 27th
of hut October, returns from Barber-
ton, Moodie's, Victoria Reef, Fair
View, Eureka City, Figtree Creek and
Sheepskin, precincts which iu our
West Would be called mining camps,
show the election of about three Eng
lishinen to one Dutchman.—N. f,
Still.
  * ■
The Growth or London.
It has been truly said that London,
England, is "first among the marvels
of modern civilization in the nineteenth
century," and that "no other oity can
rival or even approach it in wealth,
size and population." So vast has it
become that the British parliament
haa found it most difficult to legislate
for ita proper government, and haa for
years been struggling in vain to accomplish that object. Lord Rosebery,
too, hae on several occasions called at
tehtion to the great social dangers
which lurk in suoh an overwhelming
concentration of tho great mass of the
people. Loudon, indeed, resembles
the Loadstone Mountain in the Oriental tale, attracting all to it, nnd so has
vastly overgrown. For successive fenerations, but more especially in tho
laat fifty years, it hns been exercising
nn ever-increasing power of attraction
on the entire population of tlie islands.
We need hardly aay that the construction of tho railways gave the contripo-
tal movement an immense impulse;
nor need we add that the natural and
inevitable results have been largely to
modify the national character. In
1836 the population was something
like one million nine hundred thousand; in lrlHIi tho imputation, so far as
nny census can now be taken, must
exceed four millions. As for the expansion of acreage, it is difficult to
estimate it, nnd for similar and very
sufficient reasons. ' No man can possibly sny where London begins or where
it ends. Cities spring up without the
city, aa in the case of West Ham,
which has been shooting with tho vigor
of a fungus growth among the sugar
bakeries in the Essex marshes. Sudden growths of the kind are as much n
matter of course aa the accidental annexation of a kingdom like Burmah,
or the casual appropriation of some unsurveyed wilderness in South Africa.
The Mobile aaloon-keepera have
petitioned the legislature to pas. a
81,000 license law, to ward off the
enactment of n prohibitory law.
Three yean ago there were only
three toboggan slides In the United
States. Nowitia difticvlt to iind a
town or village without one,
There is a strip of land on Broadway. New York, eight inches wide by
100 feet deep, for which the owner
asks 10,000 an ineh front.
Qtnot: Transit from a state of feebleness, bodily langour, and nervous Irritability—induced by dyspepsia—to a condition of vigor and physical comfort, fo -
Iowa the used ef the standard regulating
tonic and Btomaehio, Northrop A Lyman'. Negatabl. Discocery and Dyspepsia Core, which "pwdUy conquer. Indigestion, Constipation, Bilious, Complaints, and Female Complaints, purifies
the blood, and reinforces the vital
energy.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.strength and wliolesomp'iess, Moro
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be Hold in comne liion with the
multitude of low test, short- weight nlum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
Royal baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. Stely
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself in the Citv of Now Westminster with n FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which In open tor Engage nientii al
very moderate 4'luirgr h.
Orders loft atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will bo promptly attended
to day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
JOB. OATES.
Telephone No. 8fl. mylte
The British Columbia  •
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free or Charge.
OUR BUSINESS AH,
D
,0 YOU WANT TO BUY OU SELL A
Business, take a partner, ete.
PICKERIK9 & GO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglns
anil Broughton, VICTORIA, B. C. P. O
box 631. mli27
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCUIREU HAH ON HAKD A
large quantity of
BEST WELLI.TO IMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Whioh he will sell at lowest rates.  He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left nt Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Dougtiw
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Wostm luster B.C. JlylOtc
NOTICE,
DOMINION LANDS.
PUBLIC NOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned Is prepared to
receive applications and grant entries for
Surveyed Dominion Lands In Townships
6, 11, 12, 18, 24, !J8,40,41 and 42, New Westminster District.
Applicants must personally appear before the undersigned, nt the Dominion
Land Ofllce, New Westminster, to make
the affidavit and pay the entry fee of SIO
Rrescrlbed bythe Regulation*governing
ie disposal of sueh lands.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Agent of Dominion Lnnds, B.C.
New Westminster, 24th Jan., 1867.  <JJa25m
NOTICE.   .
CANCELLATIONS* RESERVE
NOTICE 18 HEREBV OIVEN THAT
the Reserve, notice whereof was nnlt*
llwhed ln the "Britisli Columbia On*/.ctte,"
nnd dated th«7th day of Align*-!, 1HH1, lins
been cancel led liy an Order of His Honour
the Lieutenant-Governor In Council, tin*
firovedon the flth day of December, HWfl,
n sofarns It relates tothe lands In New
Westminster District which constitute
the townsite of Hasting*, llurrard Inlet,
(Or the purpose of sale In lols or blocks tit
public auction, nnd for nn other purpose.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commlssionerof Lands a- Works.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, 11. a, UeeomcerlUh, DMA,
d*dellmH
Telephone Call Hue.
P.O. Box 71
NOBTH
ooi^E^^-i^rir
Capital, $3,000,000;   tosses
raid, |48,ooo,ooo
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
kw Risks promptly taken, Mil
MtUfactorily adjusted,
T.R. PEAR80N,
tntHle (B. 0. B. * P, Co.) AOENT.
WM McCOLL,
Seseral ir*k.iss!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
MJHDBOM'S BLOCK, Columbia St.
dw-au3t«
TSTOTIOB.
NOTICE 18 HEEEBY GIVENTHAT
iWdays after date we Intend making
application to tho Chief Commlssionerof
LandB and Works for permission to purchase 040 acres of Timber Land, described
as follows:
Commencing at the South Enst corner
ol the land applied for by tis this date on
the peninsula  between   Loughborough
Inlet and Phillip's Arm.  mainland of
British Columbia; thenee East 40 chains,
South 80 ehains. West 80 chains, North B0
chains, East 40 chains, to polntof commencement
New Westminster, R.C Doc. 22,1880.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d-deiljni2      John Hkndkv, Manager.
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN THAT
00 days after date wo intend mnking
application to the Chief Commlssionerof
Lnnds and Works fnr permission to purchase nl-.niit.Hlx Hundred acres of Timber
Land, described as follows:
Commencing at a stake set on the Easterly shore line of a lake on tbe mainland
of British Colnmbia, about 2% miles oast*
erly from a point nn the East shore of
Loughborough Inlet, which point bears
nbout due Easl from Beaver Creek; thenee
East 60 chains, South 40. chains. East 40
chnins, South 40 chains, Enst 40
ehains, South 40 chnins, West about 40
chains, to shoro line of lake; thenee
Northwesterly along shore line of lake to
point of commencement
New Westminster, B. C, Dec. 22,188(1,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d-de2;lm2      John Hkndby, Manager,
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. ind 16 Pali. Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing aud Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and rejvahing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on hoard aueh Veuels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aod in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. i. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New Westminster.
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, C.
REID & CURRIE
MUniFAOTIHtEM A IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHING   IN   THE
VEHICLE UNE
We have a large stoek ol most ol
the above articles on Imml, nlso n large
sleek of Wagon ami Carriage Mntcriiu,
Wheels, Wood anil Hardware.
Kepnlrlng, Painting tt Trimming
done at reasonable prices,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Imple*
menta made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Fanners, kept in atock and
made to order.
horse-Shocimc nnd General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoei, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Springe and Axles, nnd a complete atock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything In our line
will find by inspecting our atock that
thoy don't require to go to Victoria to
get M'hnt thev want, for they can get a
superior article at ft reasonable price
here.
We are also manufacturing and selling
the colebrated
VICTOR   HAT BALIITfl FRKB8.
At reduced prices.   It is tho lieat and
cheapest Press in the market.
wWfi have got the bust workmen to be
had In the country, and we Import nearly
atl the stoek we use from the enst-conae-
quently we can oiler Inducements to purchasers that we eould not hnvo done snme
time ago. All material and work Icivtng
the shop will he puarnnteed to be Just hh
represented. Orders from the cmnitT
promptly attended to.
dwnHml R||D A OURRIB
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON,
Mumimcturors and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER., B. 0.
ciw'jiyMto
Business Notice.
A 8 CERTAIN CHANGES are about
J\ to be made in the premises occupied
by Ihe undorsigned, and known na the
Cottage Bakery, the business will be closed at the end of this montli, Tho undersigned desires to thank those who hnve In
the past extended to her Buch a generous
pntronngo, nntl wishes lo say that she will
be very glad ir nll persons Indebted to her
will make u settlement, ns early ns possible,
MRS. MARTHA HARVEY.
New Westminster, Feb. 2,1887.   ilfcZwl
What Physicians Say Aiout the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
time been recognized by Medical Mon to
bo the most simple und effect ua] means
of convoying lo Diseased Oignns, ••Curatives," but .ii cases of Kidney Disease aod
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treat ment wns pracili'iiWy Impossible until the introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pud. It costs less thnn u single proscription and Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Mctlicinal doslny. Worn Immediately ovor
tho seat of Disease, Hh curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased nnd en-
feobled Organs,continuously and directly,
iih required to Insure In return their healthy action uml original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient a mi pleasant In Its
effects, and cures when nothing elwcnn.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A inure vnlunble
discovery an a truo remedy for KMney
Diseases wns never made.—Medical G»-'itc
The Hinrr Kidney Fail, manufacti.i*cd
ln Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and aliments of the
Kidneys, Bhldilcr nnd urlnury secretive
system, or uttcmliint eomplnlnts, causing
pnin In tho small of the back, sides,etc.,
firodiicing urinary disorders, such as too
icqucnt, scanty, dlfhVuli, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention nnd
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting the presence l*n the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
otc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria, Retailed by A. M. HERRING and I). S, CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster; T. McNEK*
LEY, Lmlner's Landing: H. McDOWELL
ACO., HA8TINGH8AWMILLC0„THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver)
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouvor
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
R. MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. dwse23yl
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSrd June, 1886.
MR. G.  ROBERTSON,
Representing Goldle A McCulloch,
_1
Gait, Out.
Sir.—We the undorsigned having witnessed the terrible (Ire which wiped out of
exlKtenco the young city of Vancouver,
on the Mth Inst., have, after the tiro, examined the safes sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lord and bacon, and we are ploaued
to testify to the remarkable /manner In
whieh every-Safo sold by yqu preserved
its contents, not only books and papera,
but also thousands of dollars ln paper
money wore taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them ns thoroughly fire proof;
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M. A, MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Magistrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justfee of
the Pence; John Boultbec, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomiu. Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edwnrd E. Hand, Real Estate Rroker;
11. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Roynl Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,: J. W. McFnrladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver ami English Bay; F. C,
Innes A Co, Heal Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross. Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Renl Estate Brokers; R. C. Ferguson, Mgr. It. C. P. Milts. JeDOtc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(LIMITED.)
ON THE 10TH OF JANUARY, 1887,
the Columbian Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a
joint stock company composed of citizens
of New Westminster, to Im known aa tho
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." The concern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
the British Columbia .Stationery and
Printing Company, of New Westminster,
Victoria and Vancouver. Tlie object of
the new company is to continue the pub*
lication of the Bkitimi Columbian* news*
paper and carry on n general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
thoso whoso individual interest it will he
to promote the development, especially
of the Mainland. There will lw no
slackening of tho energy hitherto dis*
played in the manngemetit of tho establishment, und its patrons mny rely upon
receiving full value for tbelr money.
Thc Colhmkia:: will continue to be entirely independent in both Dominion and
provinoial politics, and will devote itself
to tbo advancement of such scbeinos a*
may bo considered in tho public interest.
The concern ia now entirely separate from
any other busiucsa, the hook and
stationery ostnblisbtmint iu this eity
having been taken over by Mr, T. H.
Pearson, who will continue to carry It on
in his own name and for hia own benefit,
It ia desirable that a dally newspaper
should be maintained in this oity, and
the new oompany nsks for pnblto patronage on tho ground that It In engaped in
an enterprise calculated to promote the
publio welfare, It aaki that the Columbian Im judged on Its own merits and
supported only so long as ita policy is
consistent with its professions. In oon*
sequence of this business change all accounts due the concern must be settled
without delay so that tlie hooka of the
former company may be adjusted awl
dosed. Address alt communication n and
remittances to
I). ROBSON, Manager.
New Westminster, Jnn, 2ft, 1887,
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Route.
^fl £
THE STEAMER
m
(J. W. TAHTE, Master.)
ILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Hum**? Nomina al I a'claek, for
flew Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrive, at
Xew Westminster on Friday forenoon
loaves for Coal Harbor about two hour.
afterwords; leaves COAL HARBOR frl-
day msjkl for Seattle.
Fare to Maine $4.M
Freight ner lu  <.M
Special rate, to merchant..       apioto
WHITE
IS RING!
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY
for this celebrated Machine. I
would be pleased to send one on trial to
any person desirous of purchasing. The
Machines are sold on their own merit..
Every Machine guaranteed by the Company for live year..
 AT—
t.   J.   ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery k Fancy Glaai-
ware k China Store,
Colnmbia Bi.,
djaetc
New Wen.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Oi.ariu.lee Capital •l.tM.aM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany,
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders la
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Cnnnda,
II hns no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders can not be misled as to their contract!.
Ita statements to the publio ean be readily understood, Its cash statement ahow
Ina every Item of Income and how expended.
lis poult inn Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In whioh every Hem
of liability la Included.
Ita progress haa been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
Ita policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non*forfcitable after two yean*
existence.
Its prut.Is nro distributed upon an equitable basis. Tho profits to one elaaa of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other olass, which
method affords superior advantage! over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
liberal Conditions aa ta Rexlilmre aa*
Travel*
J. K. MneDONALD,
ManHgtng Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New Weatmlnatet
je7-2aio*altftrnat«.
In the East.
.HIST ARRIVED:
Specialties iitan!
THE FIRST INSTALMENT QF MR
McPhHden'i purchnsea In tho Real
hns just arrivod. This shipment hat
beon hurried through specially fur the
Christmas and holiday trade, and consliti
of choice and well selected Gooda, suitable for thii Ncason of the year.
Heavy Invoices and bllla at lading an
Juat to hand direct from manufacturers
refiners and paokera of Good!, nor ln
transit across the continent, and when
this lot arrives McPhaden will enrrythe
host assortment of
Staple and Fancy
Groceries
In the  Province,   and aell   at   prleea
never before touched In British Columbia.
Goal Oil.     Coal Oil.
A ear load of the famous high teat ■■•„
Smi. Coal Ml direct from Olmlaad,
hio, eipected dally.
sdoar.      sum
A car loud direct from refinery of B«-
San, ttymps and MolasM. expeoted on
to llth.
Justarrlved dlrrat from Yokohama,..
"City of Pekin.".. flue line of Japan, Km-
lishimakfast, Youtif Hyson, OoloniarTd
Gunpowder Tea., .
■arOall and ...mine our Good, before
purchasing your Christina. suppllM.
D. McPHADEN,
Importer, Wholnal. * Retail Oroocr.
nrw WEKTMiwrrn, n.o.
ear-"
T. R. PBARSDN,
COLUMBIA MEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
-jnutans, imp kimi*. m-
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock oo tkt Main-
land,  and  aecond  to  hh
House In British Columbia,
 SOUS AOKKT rOIi:—
Tbe Henry F. Miller Piano,
Of
The Dominion Orfiin,
WT*itowiBM«rlte,Ont.
And afant lor all th. loading Amarloaa
PIANOS & ORGANS
—acibht ron	
ConfnJiratlon Lift Aiiuranet Cc.
North BHUth and KenantUt Rm
Insurant* Co.
 Agent tor rirat-Claa*-- .
nss ui nuuRaoor um
Biiirrixe wcurn.
•IMI. ■•MUatl V
HIU8 11? Ull,
CVRT0M HtllUs IlLim
mm. mm. sown,
•■mm, Mtum.
And Ul kind, oi Hank Book, aad Hlaek
Form, on hud.
 AU Uu Leading—
NEWSPAPERS
ANP
Raguku-ly rto-had. gaUHlHIMM Uk*'
for any FabUoattoa at ow«tt rata.
•Fl?. tmpwt dlrart from bU**4m
torm, and aaiaot katudamM fa Mil
T.  R.  PKARSON,
cwirVMKA rowrr. i <
VMr  WntaiiMlw, I. 0.

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