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1   ,v) VO    ?)..¥  S_* WBST.4IN8TBR, R 0., SATUlrt)AT fiVHffMG, DEOE*rfB__E 11, 18*6.'
f ailg griiish Columbian
iG^IiEXr*
It is certain that if the money
wasted in striko. was saved and invested it could lie made a more
powetM. tfnjirtjt to* Jjhj $«>r<>y»-
inent ol labor thaa atrlkag ever will
be.—Pittsburg Despatch.
The Chicago anarchists hare been
granted the supersedeas, which, if it
loes not 'necessarily mean anew
rial, certainly indicates further de-
ays before, the carryiiiff out of the
ust sentence of the court. It is a
lity that there haa not bean u prompt,
rxecdkbn- ol"th£eiUUid_i ;■ Tto-
issence of justice is first fairness,
.nd next despatch, Of the impar-
iality of the trial no one can com-
•lain, -Thay had; eveiy possible
acility extended to them and their
ounsel worked iariy and late. Tfcey
vere oB>» MdviotM. after iit Hn-'
|uiry had been made into their acts,.
.nd if the evidence of the speeches
tad not beat #t*st*,iiied by. finding
Ihe bombs and the parapheriinKn
or arson and robbery they would
tot have been convicted at all. Now
that thia result has been reached,
after •tedious nnd eibaustiug trial,
the publio has a right to demand
hat there shall be no delays upon
•hicane or technicalities of law.
there is something more involved
han the wretched' men who are
jiow Wjnjf.the), Chicago jail.. Ther^,
s a way of tasting thia evil so
enderly as to encourage it There
s a way to stamp it »ut and smother it.. It is lhe part of common
lense to deal with it on the brisis of.
he greatest good ttt the greateat
umber.—IPi-ini/iey Snil.   -j.
Some months since there was un-
lounced » movement ami>li$Oong*Jtt
ationalitt* in Great Britain looking
oward a union of all the branches
if that denomination in England
nd Scotland.' It ia well known
low strong at times has been the
eeling for an organic union of the
arious members of the great Pres-
lytorian family thero. In these
ist days it is, therefore, certainly
ignificant, m showing the, gleet
rend here .aid elsewhere theoujh-
ut Christendom toward a closer fel-
iwship, .when Episcopalians and
VeabyterUns und OongregaUonul-
jts, anil-aow Methodiate, are asking
heir' way to this Ziou, with their
aces thitherward, It is notable
hat in Great Britain a well-defined
noveuieot has been begun that cop-
implutes a reunion of Methodism.
'he powerful and popular Methodist
Nsus, of London, has in one of its
lettois from as
representatives
j-presidents of the Wesleyan
jonference, urging a reunion of the
iranches of this greatdenomiuation.
'he vast and efficient machinery set
In motion by Wesley himself a hun-
Jred years ago waa found to operate
idmirably white that eminent epos-
;le lived, but when ho had passed
way there came in differences iind
, new denomination or new ounea-
ion Was formed. The first depar-*
jure wa» because the laity had no
dure in the government of .the
■hunch. The second departure Was
that ef the Priioitive Methodists,
ind other differences and branches
followed, such as the Wesloyuif
Methodist Reformess. The reunion
mentioned is foil the purpose of
bringing together theae divided
brethren and Of making of them
one strong, aggressive, splendidly
aquipped denomination of singing,
praying, working Christians. The
noeement to heal the divisions of
ninety yean ago is headed and advo-
ated by the Rev. William Arthur,
Ihe Rev. Alexander McAulay, the
lev. Ebenaxi*; 8. Jenkins, ahd the
Churles' tiarrett, and Has ro
jeived the approval of the Rev.
'rice Hughes, oneof the most pop-
liar Methodist preachers of ton-
ion and tlie editor of the Methodist
'imes, the ablest and most infliieii-
ial weekly journal of the dtmnmi
is tion.. It is receiving large ut ten-
ion frbm the Lofidon press, such
ecular papers as the Dtahj News ie-
•oting columns to it history, explan-
ition, and exposition of the merits
the case, and commending it as a
rroject which should and , will no
bubt receivo the careful consider*
ion of all progressive, liberal-mind-
' Christians.—Chicago Inter-Ocean.
to 6; ana 6:30 to 8 p. in,
tt M.OOOP«B,*t,*a_|V^JfW5f^r)
'    PHYSICIAN A BURGEON.
OFFIOE and REBIDENOE-Ohuroh St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Colnmkia8l«New.WMtmli  **-
OFFIOE iKOdHB'-e'U Wk. m.i _.
il.3*>U>Fp.i_i. Calls Inlaw*and
J   ti?p»inMrattepSl_ato. TTT'
TVR. V. WELSH,
DENTIST,
■:•     .'(   .'(i/j    l(.\ Colonial Hotel,
Kew VMt**ilns*«-,^.'c*,    , ,., .   atf-ta .
r-j «.C. BltOWN,  j "fl      .
Hours-».tot3|li30t<*». ,    ...       f.ji
Will visit dbllllwhack theOrst Monday
and two following d4y. In each month.
T..tl> p.lnles.lr eitranted.   au!2
n»B*.«i__>_t_i_«eu.,    mmu
W    . j   .-    B|V^Jt*8TBI-S,:     ■   •      i J
,     ' SOWOITOIIS, ETC
Offloe, Mckenzie Street, New Westminster,
and VanooUYer.J. Cr^.,        If^ttlfUs
w
HORMAN DOL
at nOLij,
ffry
M' BARBlSTiR-AT-LAW.
Und Agent. /  ;, .    . j Mow to Ijnan,
aeJte
, Columbia Stmt,
New Westminster, B.C.
/14PT. PITTESUBIOH,
r. ;       .I.A_fD,AqE»T, Afi.,.Ap^      ■
d-de.lle'",     MeKeiisl.8lneel,N.>)f.
^•|.iijfi»j(^*^iij*.lq f...f.
, rt        , CIVIL ENGINEER,  >   •
ftj  -Sulfli'''  f >'" :    ,'  ,
Jh.Hd Swrv.yor, Draagfct.m.M, at..
OFFICE—One door North of Messrs.
Corbould A McColl's, McKensle Street.
::.,    i-lH.   BBjgtg      '     B   *'3f
WALTER J. WALKER,
.    A«dll.r,A«..»nt.»«, *c.
Colonial Hotel, New Wests.   '      dselDmt
A   R. HOWSE, ^
A. Formerly Ho*s* HIU A Bleknian,
begs to announie that he will mum. bus-
Inssaa.
«smtw, «Mt_hl^» i.»n ssl r
Caveyueer
On and after the 21st lustanL  Ofllce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody.
n   :■-—.    rsalHtc       :.      ;
m ^T_H#p,
. AUOTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
ColumbiaStreet,............New Westminster
; ..!'
. All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhlMc
—-f—jf.tfy. j I'rgj   i   i.
W.-tf, FERRIS,
UNO. BOUSE ul OEXEUl ISM
■ "df'!-.''.; ,_',.t..,-,,:iov>
Bern and Debt Collector. ...
^    _■_?{;'■'./.
8KYKmLM»P_m_U#MUll.
tse.l t.t Ike TBAVEUB'I UFE aasl
ActiraxT igniBAsi'i cearAxv,
,p ■srlf.rd. Can.
OFFICEi-Ferrls Slreet, New Woetmln-
ater. feftc
Jsrae. Oullen, Pool's. Island, N. P.,
rites: "I hav. been watching the pro-
res, of Dr. Thomas' Keleotrie Oil since
s Introduction to this place, snd with
inch pleasur. fUta that my aatlclpa-
of Its su
. success hnve boen fully resit having cured moot bronchitis
ad sorenm of nosej while not a few of
iy 'rh.aa.io Mlgkhon' (one old lady in
srtioular. pnaounc it to be the best
rtiole of Ita kind that has ever been
rught hefore tha puhllc. Yoar in-line dosar aat > wqulr. aay longor a spoil-
ir, but If you wish me to act *•> tarn, I
nil ba only too'happy to hav. my name
inectsd with yourprospwons child.".
Wooiip TDZHrft-fluUi
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estott. Insurance and
Commission Agents.
nu, un, aeoiHHT a mumi imsukanoe
.  COLUMBIA STREET,
Teieplurao IB.        SEW WkSTHIKStlB.
TUBKER, BEETON & CO,
BF STRKET •VICTOUA.
Asuiria iob
North British and Mercantile
insnrance Co. ibr Mainland.
U    H. 6. BEETON * CO.,
36 Pinsbury Circus,
London, B. C,
fnHIS VTELIr-KNOWN ROLLER RINK
X'  will be open ns follows:
SATURDAYS, i tb 4 In the afternoon,
and 7:80 lo 10 fn ihe evening,
!   AdMjMl.ai Gentlemen   15a;   Ladles
free.  Use if Skates, 2Sc.'
Persons wishing to secure tbo Rink for
select skating parties can do so on application.
.  WWTEMVIE, CALBICK A CO.
- : -    duolttej.'   ' - ' .	
fHECLlENCE
Corner Yates A Douglas Streets,
^VitefdkiAr B. C.
FMNK t. IICHARM.-ll.   •   •   •   LCUEE
TOURISTS' HEADQUAKTEHS; FIRST
Clwui In every renpect   UmiXy »■»•
•leb. N«wond Ble«at»t In nil iffAp-
polutmentB. Frlui Vlm&etmXr,'
Thin «wgniflcenl. Hotol Is uow open for
th» reception of GiieatH.
■STNo PAlns will tie mated by the nwu-
agement to mnke thin Hotel plenMiit und
ttttraotlve. , - .      -        docjtc
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
!'.-1".^ 'I:",',lI*A'Y-on_,i'(.BT)!
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under the present management'every,
thing will befouuil flrst-class, and prlees
are extremely low. .
UnolrnS E. H. BARKER, Prop.
ARCHIE BUMS
. 11EALEH  IN
Wood and Coal,
nny part of the City nt lowesti-ur*
rent rates.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Orders nmy be left at tho Store of W. H.
Burns, cor, Columbia nnd Blaokleflls.
ileaeral BlaeksuUk 8k.li on Richard
Slreet,opPMlteR.C. Planing Mills. ..
*, \ TTT   dno28tc
I.I  Ml!
I   11-III
NUMBERIH
S. H. WEBB
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
—AND-r-
Gteneral Commission Agent.
p.lTfc Ad oo.,
Real Estate, Mining
ANO MONEY BROKERS,
Oenaril Oommiuion Ag'ts
VANCOUVER, __.'. O.
LOANS Nf!<iQTrA,T]lt)^
'-J- ;     ... JkHtfc.',. ,   J ■    :-.;■.'■,    :
RAND BROS;
RIAL ESTATE BROKERS,
,'-.-:.'.'   -'-).«
Carsyaaeers, Call..t«rs,
Aa* In.araae.Ac.mti,
Oflices at VICTORIA! Fort street,
, NEW Vn)»k1IN_frE«! Corner
McKenele and Clnrkson Sis.
VANCOBVEH, OprdiM-a Slroel.
BOILDINO I.3TS for sale In nil section.
of Vaneonver and New Westminster City.
I'ARM LANDS of superior quality for
e at Obllllwbaek, Port Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay, f Ad-
nefa Landing, Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
am) Pitt River.
e.tlXinniltloli.iirTll.'lliidalafl'nuroBtefs
HAVINO BAD EXTENSIVE EX-
perionee in California and olse-
where lh the shove business, I am now
prepared to take charge of any sales,
miction or otherviso, tliat tin pubUo
insy favor me with.
Hnir BIIn. Cartridges, Powder,
Shot, Vlthlng Tickle, Bpeett*
(IM,   Culler)',  and   Mr
filuiware,
TO BE HAD  AT THB OLD STAND,
KNOWN AS THE
'Menagerie Shop/
OOLUMBIA   STRUT.
dwuunte
Administratrix notice.
\TOTICK W IIUREDY OIVBN THAT
lS All ppmont InilebtMi to thr Iftto .In-dino
Atwootl ReynoldH Homer, formerly of
New W-'fltmlimtin-, dnc'ctisii.!, arc roc-ulr>ril
topnyihenmountnf their InUubtednew to
thRiimlt-rHlgncJ, forrliwllh. tuul all aet-
hohh liBvllig auy (.ialms iik'nlnnt lhe (-Mate
tsro-nHiuIrs*) lofurnlHh purtlrulni-K thereof,
auly verlflcd, wltliliix t*u inonlliH fnun
tlilidlit*.       aC» '' '■
SOPHIA K. HOMKII,
AtlmhiWm.trlx.
Dnted Ve* Wevt, Out. lit li, im,  ixmtm
Change of Business!
*|*HE UNDEIf-lllNKIl HAS FUR-
tl olia.eU the outlrt, slui-k-iii-lnitleiind
business of Archie Iliirn., eoi-ner Columbia A Blackie Sis., nn.l in ULpilrad to supply the ptibllo wild lii--i-H-sx Oroeorlos,
Provisions, Dry Qoods, A.-., nl.lowest rates,
Aoallwllolteij. _.	
dnoJWe W. H. BITRNR.
Nutlet! of lo-PHrtiif-rslilp.
Change of Time!
|>HE 0. P. N/ft?. (M.) STEAMER,
"R. P. RITHET"
Will lqnve New Weitminiter on her
TUESDAY TRIPH at 4o'elerk a. m., (ta-
■tcad of 7 o'clock a. in., as heretofore, until
further notice. She will leave on Thursdays and Saturdays nt 7 o'clook a. m„m
heretofore,
JOHN IRVINO,
THOS. L. BRIGGS, Manager.
-     Agent. dno2(tw2
MANUFACTURER OF
;■; ^^i^&02^r&.;;
Blacksraith and MaoMnist
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Locks,
-   Safes, Sewing Machines, tc, fte., .
Kepnired.   :, v - ■__
BLACKSMITHINC
Ilk all   Us branches.   Farmer-.**, Loggers',
Mill and Contraot Work; Agricultural
.    Implements, and everything in the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured flrst-class workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
dar Horse-shoeing a specialty.
df-JlySltc]   Columbia St., New Wiwk
GUARDIAN
Insumuce W$
OF LONDON, ENQ.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
ESTABLISHED 1821    .
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. Ri, _»iEAR$OM,
docac'      IB, C. -Hi * R Co.) AQENT.
INTO
. Tire
• hi nn.
I HAVE THIM HAV TAKKS
1 Psrtnerslilp Mr-. W. I'n««|.|i
fril.lnos. In filtnri. will '-e .-trrle.1
dee the nnme of W. II, vii-innui Aru.
VV. II. Vll'.XX.VN.    |
Ne-r -Vf*t*»lnslei-, Ileii. Isli.lt*   ilHlum |
W.R.A1UJSTIN.
DEALER IN
Heneral Merchandise!
A large Afsottitent of   ,
DRY QOODS
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
_E_Ea3** and Feed
WHOUWALE AND BETAIL.
W«00 AXD fOAI, MUVEBW I*
AX* PAST »r TIE on.
We run two stngos dnlly,excepl8undays,
to Port Mooily, currying H.M.S. molls.
As no liquor or tobseco Is used we can by
temporslo habits snd careful economy
serve the publio at especially tow raMS.
ilw^KKe 	
F. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
WATGH MAKER
-ANDr-
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA SlflffT,     MEW WESTMINSTER.
•NM.II. (...I.S..M *K,.,
SIGX OP THE BIG WATCH.
•a* LATE MANAOEK FOK RAVAOK A
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Chronometers, Itepralen, Chrono-
graphs, ml all Ine Watch
repalrt a Spfcltlly.
ANY ONE HAVINO WATCHES which
'' have been Injured by Inoompetent
wnteli reiiulivrs enn be mnde equal to new
atmlli. ' .1 KWKf.RY of all kinds made and
r.pnli-e.1 All work warranted; churses
mralernie. Esilmiite. Riven meofoharge.
fW^,WAlTlim, EU.IX, aad .tker
■**a*     Walekea aad *«-.lry .keeper
(k.a aay other kmae Ik R. C.
LADIKN' Mll.tD 12 OAItAT OOLD AMERICAN STEM WINDINO WATCHER,
xt'inu-ufi- ilmeki.rners.SUi: Usual prlee, VS.
. llwileSto
NOTIOE
* Mi Al*cmtN*TS MITST BE PAID TO
ft   liietiersonnlly. ■     i
ll.ileTlill TIIOMAR WALSIf.
CHARLES MURRAY,
I  /OI.ABIWOlWjTREKT,     i  i r
opp. Rfglsirj 64-e, grew WrtVr.'
P-WK NAWIKC, CUWIC, Mt«WHIIHO,Af.
W^tt PAPER.
The larttent H-.^iHuient of AVall Vapet
ln the City. romprlHing newest pntterns,
always on liitnd at bottom pilcen. Ham-
pies on view at T; R-. Peowon A Co,'s
Store, Cfihimbin St. ra|wr haHBlMK at
specially low rales. dselSte
,J. PROTHERO & CO.
KANtiPAOTUBERS AND DEALERS t*l
AtLjqjilisoRFn^rtuOTi,'*■ <■<.
REMOVED
W-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
.-.\-ColamblaStre-lt. .. , .
t'liUnftd examine out stock aiiilprleci-
btr.ir«Au]rlne. Woifln't »cf!fl»KK«OLD
in the eity. Itcpalrlngof all kinds neatly
done. .     . W. PEOTHgBp 4 .CO.
 . ^ > - • %evste __ *
P. PEBBLES. J. W. HECKLEY
Peebles s Heckle \
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
MANUPA0TURER8,
—AKD—
UPHOLSTERERS i
Spring and H'ool Mattresses and
noddlnj- alwajra oa band,
H^Vfe'0_tri|A-»DlfI'--i?.
LARGE8T AND BUT BTMJK OF FIB
NITIBE ,S THE MA1M1KD.
■srdware Bslrtii S.lle., la'iJ-StA,
Cherry, Wslaat, or Mshosa.j.
Enl linate- for Offloe and Store Fittings.
An experienced upbolslerer has been
eiieugeli by the firm, who nre now pre*
niirml tojito lill kinds of - work 'in tbe up.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NDIWERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt iiiiil ernimalRl Trees,
LADNER't UWQIWtt, B. a
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
1 form tlie people of British Columbia
tkat he has establlsliea a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and la prepared to All
Ml orders fur Fruit Trees, Ornamental.
Trees. Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ao. Trees Imported or homo.grown ac-
eordlnejlo the wishes of customers. Tbe
subscriber bee had a thorough premium
training in tbe business, and having a
fnanent sink. In Ilie country 11 Is Tils
rest to deal fairly with the public. He
wait upon the various towns and set*
ienl« shortly, and all orders will bave
bis personal attention. *_; I t, ' ' - , ;■ J
nuUlo E. HUTCHERSON.
Iiolslary-lliie..
-_-!«*
djly-lo
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are- prepared-to do
Gas Fitting,at lowest
possible fates feoa^is-
tent with good workmanship.
Asti^ybf FIX-
TUKES, .GI#BES,
&c.j now 0ri 3b^^
£W Order* mty tie left at
the Company'a Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J. t. STAMF0HD,
il-JlyJllUi
MOI'ICE
TR HEREBY GIVEN tbat application
I will be made to tlie Lesliilnt Ive Aimem*
Ely of the Province of Britiih Columbia,
nt the next Reunion thereof, for an Aet to
lnoorporate m company for the purpote of
constructing, managing aud maintaining
Water Worka at the terminal polntof the
Cumuli mi Pacific Hallway on Coal Harbor
and Engliah Bay, and for the purpoxee
thereof granting to the Mid company the
Rtvllcgpof taking water froraCapflano
eek.Bnrnnby Lake or other suitable
points, with power to the laid company
to build aumee.aquedueti, lay pipe*, ereet
damn, oequlre landa, nnd do another acta
and thlngi nocensary for the purpotei
aforeiald.
EBERTS A TAYLOR,
Solicitor*- for Applicant*.
Dated September Wlh, UK d«M«
COME AWD SEEI
 __a,
j    -. w. a' H«_OIN,
Havino taken' Possession of
the "Temperance House,"fronting
oil Columbia and Cbweti-Streels, opposite
th. Episcopal c«i|i«j*, »d n«r-known
as the     _.        v*^;L-- ~
JARB^Rf HOMEI
Will accommodate lhe traveling public
at-tho following rateat
BoaMber-ltaytr4...^.ii*wi m.b_\m
"      "  week  .17. 5*55
Single Meals ,     ss
, Beds. ,„,.„■_• i.„i..„    js
W^Good accommodation for Ladlet and
families, •■■ fn mylte
The Lease, fixtitres and mock
of that well-known Vartety store
next Ihe Holbrook House, ftont Slreel.
itoclSW ;    ■ ' i       ■
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Imiilbora's Building. Front 81.
(Formerly occupied by Kylo * Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve, till ciiHtomers and everybody
with as good it stock as a man wants to
select from.
Dry   OtHHls,   t-MKerlei,   Fravlslois,
Crockery. (Utassware, K->«li, Ar.
Come ond see the now plnee, nnd let ua
know what you tliick of it.   , \\ttn
dwoclfto C. MODONOUGH.
"9LME STORE"
WATCHES
i flne assortment of American 811*
i!   Ttr Watches, pat. dust-proof cases.
Klnt-clihs Swiss Watches, from (8
upward.
CLOCKS
A large autrlaeal or 8-dar Strife-
lllX Clocks, with cathedral gong;
solid walnut oases; latest designs.
Alio, Setk Thomas' Nlekle Alarm
Clocks.
*s- A NICE ASSORTMENT OF JEWELRY, a
Fine Wateb Bepalrlag a Specialty, All
Work Warranted,   ...
s_r Kemembor'the place-tho "Blue
Btore."
dwauSyl
Columbia St., New West.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
■fcTOTlOB.
T HAVE APPLIED TO THE MINISTER
I  of the Interior .fora llin-nse loeutllm*
bvrollthe followllls lllllils.etllbraelllltlh
atl loco acres;
N. Vf. H Motion 11, Township IV
N. K. fmctlonnl part Sec II, Township 16
N. W. V, Section 12, Township 10.
M. frncllonnl -A Mccllon 1.1,.Township 15.
N. V, Sci-llon A, Township 18.
All sllualeil In New Wesliiilnsler Dlstilet,
EC.
II. WEST.
Langley, I0I1> Nov., ISSU dnnlSnil
Executor's Notice!
In the Matter of tke EMntr ef F. KlKekle,
tfeeeaafd*
A hit PEIWONS HAVING CLAIMS
A ngnlnst the Kstnto of the late F. Kim-
Oii* nro reijnmitofl to iirenent tke Mme on
or ln-fore the lat-li day of December next,
and at) pemons indebted tothe taid Es-
tult. nre requeHted (o Mtl■• th« name on or
wfore the staid date,
II. M. COOPBIt,
Executor.
New WcK.ii.in.-ter. Nov. It!, mi.     dnltlm
MR. ZED. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER.
ClEHSPOOUS AND YAllIW OLKANRH,
) and Ohlnmeyi Rwept,    <
(Inom-D
ROBT.
BUTCHER,
nearly Opptnlte tke Colotlal Hetel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LABOKSI AND   CHOICKST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, aad supplied to Fam.
illea, Restaurants, and Steamboats at til.
LO'VKKT POSSniLK I-KICE8.
Farm for Sale!
A N IMPBOVED FARM FOIt SALE
A cheap, and on easy terms, with or
without the stock.
' M. NICHOLSON,.
dwoc7tc Mount Lehman P. 0.
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANU-
leysaw and Planlni Hill; mill In
good order. For particulars apply on tbe
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Moure. DRAKE, JACKSON, .
aplStc A HELMCKEN, Victoria..
FOR JRENt.
FBOM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBEH-
an 8-roomed House on Acnes Street;
AlBo-From the First of Decernber-a
large Store, with basement, on Columbia
.Street, centrally situated.
Apply to        ,
HENRY V. ESMONDS,
Land Agent.
*OR_SALE.
the Str^CIa^"
THIS WELL KNOWN RIVER STEAM-
, er. well found nnd in perfect runnlug
order, is offerer] Ibr sale asshe now standi.
For psrttoulara apply to
„ .  _..           w. B. TOWNSEND.
N. B.-fbis would be a Une chance for
farmers, to form a Joint stock company
ond buy a steamer for tbelr trade.
 dwnollml     ■ - ■ ■
■F*o_r_S3a.le!
I SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and 5
1 rears old; good traveller!; worn tingle
or double,
llay Bene, 8 yean old; works single or
double; nice Mies' or gents* middle borne;
very gentle.
1 H'seat-Ml R«cgyi 4 springs; nearly new.
StMuef Timothy Hay on North Arm,
Fr-nst-r river, '
»bfels.SalliataieB. % beir-fcMs. *m*
HalMea Bellies.
Also—eae aai eae-al*lfc biterest to
City Water tmrnemmmy,
W.J. FRENCH.
New West., Nov. llth, 1888.       dwnolZtc
**&
a**fc=
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONTSTREET,  Off. p. P. N. WHARF.
dseSSU-   '
NOTICB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. Hn application will be made to tbe
-eclKtatlve Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia at Ita next sewlen
Ior en Aet to Incorporate a Company to
bullil. mn Iti tain nnd operate a llneof Railway fro-ii some convenient point In or
near tbe Ctty of New Westminster to
I
jiiirulU'l of North lutltude, between Semt-
iilimoo Bay nnd Township M,ln the Dlt-_
Koine convenient point near the tftk
 iiltude, between Seml-
_... jwnahipiejntt   _
trict of New Westmlniter, Province of
British Columbia.
New Westnlnitter-JUIh November, I8M.
W. M. COCHRANE,   ,
dnoSfiwfi Agent Ibr Applicants.
yroTios
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of all the personal ee*
late, efTects and credits, including book
debts nnd all other chosen In aeUon due
or accruing due to William Isaacs of Put
Hammond, by virtue of an order In ttie
County Court ot Victoria, dated the Bst
day oF September. IBM, all peraoM are
hereby warned froni receiving, taking Into possession or holding any of the aaid
estate, or fmm paying to the said William
Isaacs, his agents or servants, any monies, or frim disposlug or In any dealing with aaid estate.
It Is also provided by the said order that
all persons indebted tothe said es'ateor
having In their possession any effnte of
the said estate (other than what has been
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver or
nccount for tho snme lorne.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
-       yShei
New Westminster, B. C„
Ocl. 17th, I88B,
Deputy Sheriff.
dwoeffle
UND RKG18TRV0KIMSAMK, 1870.
US Hm, ll, Bleck Lt, mmrt ot Mslrlrt Lei
Hm .ma, la Ihe Illy ef Van-reaver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Caroline Meiers to the ubove
mentioned Lot han been Inst or de-Mmyod
Ind application ties lieen mnde forn duplicate thereof, notice Is therefore hereby
Klven tlint a fresh certificate or tllle will
be issued in lieu of thai m» lost or dent my*
od, unlesti cause be shewn lo the cotilmry
within one month from tho date hereof.
R, W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Rcglstrai-.
Land Registry Otlice,
New Westminster, ittlh Nov., Iwtt.
Every Nan to bis Owi ImIicm
.A..   FEELS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(UW   COLONIAL HOTNLI,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Change of Business!
JOHN C. BUNTE
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OK
"thanking the Public for their kindness nnd pHtninnRo In the past nnd bespeaks the continuance of tho same lo his
successor,.
W. E. FALES,
Who hopes to seenll old friends and mako
many new.
All persons Indebted tn J, G. Bunte are
requested lo make Immediate settlement;
ami atl claims ssninst him should be presented without delay.
If yon hnve carpets to new nnd lay, window blinds lo make or hung, picture., to
frame, Ac, Ao., please give us a call,
I Brier-laklat a specialty.
\V. E. FALES,
Next door to A. M. Herring's Drug Store,
Columbia St., V. Vf„ R 0.      dnoStc
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   BOYS  WANTKD  AT
once lo sill the Pally Columbian.
Any ly nt This Olfli-rr, ilniiMtn
Physicians' Prescription Hi !•■•
lit leclpet a Sprrlaltj.
N   It. — Only Genuine Drngs* osad.
Ov.rtw.ntf vews'sxperlMios. ' mi*R
Public Notice
Nnr WntsiaiUr fie Lfeuj.
milK UNnRRSIGNRD (THANKS TO
I theklndneas and permission of the
Mnyor and Oity Council) two weeks ago
re*o|»cned the Publie Library, Ahd*lakes
this opportunity to, otter an Invitation to
residentn of New Westminster to pay him
nvlnlt. Papers and Magaslnea nrom all
directions are received for patrons and
visitors, and more wilt be added In case a
reiiMtnable support la obtained. The
terms are GO cents a month, in atfuoaec, as
papen, Ac., are paid for In advanee.* f his
will amount to about 2 cents a day, or the
eosi of one cigar for seven days permission
In sen news from all over the world, and
elegant bonks which mny he changed
every U hours! There Is no compulsion
about this, hut those who believe lu getting iit nut of tbe rain and who oan enlor
n decent Are will doubtless appreciate this
Institution. Ladles ami strangers are free,
so doubtless all lhe parties who believo Iri
Blue Ribbon will come forward at one*
nnd Join this attractive aflhlr, both tor
Iheir own credit and thnt of others. Come
one, come all, and you will be attended to
by ono who oan soap nll classes, vis..
Yours Respectfully,
HKNHY W. HUGHES.
New West. Aug. 90, IMI, dftuMe NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Kcmoval Dr. Smith
Appointments Pro"- s»°-
Notice./.I. .-.T_tf:.. .m Wj Smithe
sr  f"*Tl.
gaiig friijft €ol»inbwn
Satarday Evening, December 11.HM.
BalHvii) Uatten.
A parag^p|i,yhicji-appeared in
this jpaper yesterday mentioned n
general rumen- ,thnt the daily, train
service on- bib»'0. P; R.-wa'8'to'be
discontinued during, . the : winter
months,'and a tri-wfekly service
substituted therefor. We are glad
to learn today op vety *(ood authority that. Ike proposed change has
been abandoned, and that the daily
service will be continued. It is believed, however, that a change such
as indicated in yesterday's item was
really ih contemplation, and we are
inclined to thinls that the ehange.of
purpose was-probably caused t>y the
favorable judgment of the Canadian
supreme court just delivered at Ottawa; ■'■• It, is the intention of the
company tio- push forward with all
haste tho completion of the extension from Fbrt Moqdj-,to Vancpnver;
and if nd new obstacles are placed
in the way, this work should be finished and' the extension opened for
tmffib 'about the , middle of next
month. It is rumored, however,
that other obstacles will be forthcoming. The Port Jfoody injunctions not having been dissolved, it is
stated that any attempt tooonstruct
the road through the enjoined lands
will meet with stout resistance, and
that n**fikaT settlement" will not tie
made,, until the British privy council has beeu reached. In this mat
ter both, parties seem to be very
determined, and as both have
command" of- considerable capital
every legal resource is to be exhausted lyfyrs fitter will yieldv JA'»
think* it \raild have' beeni a:grU'at
mistake to reduce the service to
three trains a week. It would give
rival companies an opportunity to
publish many damaging statements
which would have injured tlie reputation and prospects of the road for
a long time to come, and we are
glad .the .proposal has been abandoned	
—Hsh or Flesh!
A .few; days ago. we referred to
an aftSle -tvhieh lately Uppeare'd in
tlie San Francisco Bulletin on the
defences of this province. The,
Seattle Post-intettigeiKet'Vfe**' dajrs
ago comes over the same subject in
connection with that portion of the
president's .message relating to thc
fisheries. Our Seattle cotemporary
says: "In his message President
Cleveland hints darkly that, if the
Canadian authorities continue to
show the same spirit in dealing with
American fishermen that they have
shown during the past season, tho
cordial, friendship which now exists
between Great Britain and the
United States may not remain unbroken. Of obilrse, the public men
of Canada and Great Britain will
take this hint for what it is worth.
They are folly awurtthat with no
navy, a skeleton army and a defenseless seaboard, the United States
is in no condition to break off friendly
relations with any power, much less
with the British Empire, which is
in a condition to inflict vastly more
injury- upon -us than any other nation. If the Dominion authorities
had butchered our fishermen, instead
of merely seizing their vessels, the
United States could have done little
more than protest, even if the
state department had not been dominated entirely by English influences. The fact is, that the United
States is not in a much better position
to fight Great Britain than a five-
year-old boy t6 fijrlit a giant. This'
fact may as well be recognized. Of
course, the contingency of war with
Great Britain is happily so remote
us scarcely to deserve the name of
contingency, but a wise nation is
prepared for any event, however
improbable It ^iihy seem!" Oiir co-
temporary., may well remark that
the contingency of war with Great
Britain is remote, but it is a inatter
of considerable surprise to us that
several newspapers ih the United
States permit themselves to say so
many" "wj foolish things about the'
fishery dispute; Tlie inatter seems
clear enough to those who have
taken the trouble to inform themselves on the subject, and whose expressions are not warped by .political rtatWlB; , Suoh independent
journals as Harper's Weekly have
stated the facts and admitted that
the right of Canada to the fisheries
was undosbted; anil we do not see
how any person could come to any
other conclusion from un examination of .all the foots. It the people
of the* United States have an honest wish for an honest settlement of
the dispute, they would be taking
steps looking to that result. ' But
no sueh; steps are being taken, and
the house of representatives has distinctly refused to appoint a commission to examine the matter.
While Canada is most anxious to
preserve' friendly relations with tho
United States, she Is anxious also
to defon-t, bflr undoubted rights, and
will do so against all comers,
Use HiV'si..,, pleasant, a-id effectual
worm killer, Mother Gray.. WQtm Ex-
urmliiatwi_M>l*l»g*>*»|Ma-*,> ttootm
a hottl. anil lake It home.      ■■■ I'.■•
EEMOVAL.
Phovincial Secretary's Office,
7th December, 1886.
IT 18 HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
XI Governor hag been pleased to make
the following apTJOlntmeutu: _ ... ,
''ftenryColboufneMiuinoir Ridley, Esq.,
of Kamloops, t« be •jTiibUoc of the Pence
for the Elector Dfijtflot of Ynlo..  ,,"
AJhortJ.Hill,Esq.,O.E.,of NewWeM-
mjiister, to be a Court of Revision and
Appeal, umlerthe AMOHflinent Acts, for
the District of New Westminster,  d-delltl
CANCELLATION °f RESERVE
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  GIVEN THAT
the Ucserve, uatli-e whereof was published In the "British Columbia Gezette,"
nnd dnted the 7th day of August, 1881, has
boen cancelled by an Order of His Honour
the LteutonanMfcvernor in Council, approved on the Wh -day of December, 1800,
In bo far un lt relates to the landa ln New
Westminster District which  conrtltute
the townsite of Hostlnifs, Burrard Inlet,
for the purpose of RBl-ilu lot* or blocks ai
publie auction, and for no other purpose.
vl  WM.-SMITHE   '   '*0-**J
Chief Commissioner of Lands 4 Worki.
Lands A Works Department,
• Victoria, B. C. December 9th, 1886.
d-dellm8
FA8HIONABLE
Dressmaker
liner.
Douglas;Sii, near Agnes, fwoiil
d-delOml       NEW WESTMINSTER,
TENDERS
ILL_*E,ASK,iD UP TO NOON OK
w
Saturday tlie 18th Instant
—FOR THE——
Grading of the Portions of the Une
between Port Moody and Van-
- ■■■]■   couver^
At present utifinlshr-l. Specifications and
'other informntion can bo obtained at the
Engineer's Office, Hasting*-.'
H.-ABBOTT.-'
, Gen'ISuirt.
December 8,188(1. d-delOwl
Xmas Apples
TWO TONS OK NORTHERN SPY,
Greening, Waxen, Golden Rusiett,
and other varieties of apples, at 2 cla. per
lb., at the orchard, ln quantities to suit.
Come and see them. .    .   ..   ,
d-dc8wl ' WM. CLARKSON.
NOTICE.
CIHABLBTvHA-VINO fiOU>THE WAH
/ Hlnii'Htore, xtonk-ln-trade and hiwl-
ness to wo Yung, notice Ih hereby givon
that nll claims agatnat the suid Chnrley
must be presented for payment at the
store on or before Wednesday, the 15th
Inst,, otherwise they will not be recognised. WO YUNG.
Dated New Westminstor, Dec. Sth, 1888.
     d-de8wl
NOTIOE.
s
OTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN THAT
application will be mnde to the Leg-
Jslatlvc Assomblrftf Ahe Province of Brt*,
tlshColdiiih|R,at p*. next sen). Ion, for an
Aet to Incorporate ft Company for the construction and operation of a line of Railway In the District of New Westminster
ln the Province of British Columbia, from
A point.at br near Ladner's Landing,
thence in a North Easterly direction to a
point nt or near Popcum.  ,
Dnted at Victoria the 7th day of Decern*
ber, A. 0.1888.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitor for Applicants.
ilileKwII
*%TJk.XmTT Jk.1
mmTOSi    S-A-ILlE
milE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS  FOR
A  *ftl*< hU
Lot, with 8-roomed Dwelling House,
Situated on Columbia Street, -next the
Roman Catholic Church. Comprises large
Drawing. Dining, Bed Rooms, and Kitchen; Pantry,' Scullery, Bath Room, dnd
Wash Hon. o; Three-stalled Stable, Hay
Loft. Carriage House, aud extensive Wood
Shells, Ac. Plentiful supply of good
Bpring Water. Lawn, Flower and Fruit
Gurdons; splendid view, healthy location;
very suitable for n lnrge family.
Apply to
d-deatc HENRY V. EDMONDS.
NdJICfl-i IS HJHEBY G1VBN THAT
Hie Court of Revision and Appeal for
the Electoral Districts of New Westminster and New Westminster City will sit at
tho Court House, New Westminster, on
WEDNESDAY the 22nd day of December
instant, at 11 o'cloek a, m.
ALBERT. J.HILL,
Judge of the Court of Revision A Appeal
New Westminster,
December ljy.li, 1880.     . dv-delfld
■   THE INSTAHTANEOUS     ,
,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.
I. C. fTATIMhr « NUmM cs.
New Westminster, Vancouver & Victoria
HO.    dwudllitc. '
IE ASSUME
Canada Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY.
ft.*,      $*-*-
Established 1847
Capital & Fundi., - $8,000,000
Annual Income, • $1,400,000
_   appointed Agent for tbeA^ve Company Is now prepared to receive applicn*
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
tions.
The standing and Imsiness of this Com-
patiyaffcrds to those lnsurecl therein
Absolute Security,     ,
Combined with the fewest Rates amA
Highest DlvtdeatlttpaSslUe.     _ !.'
HENRV V. EDMONDS,
d-defiil'   '*.',:', JAsSt
asroiBTH:
IMIUM
ooiv_c_p_A._fcTir
Capital, $3,000,000;   Kisses
Paid, $48,000,000
mim-tm* item* _»>.«-«* saon
Rates as Low I as any I other
Company doing Business
itl British Columbia,
frff" Risks, promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted. j J. 1>
T.R.PEARSON,
doc7(c     '  (B.O.y.4P.(Jo.)AGEHT.'
lsl III
-fcTOTIOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
_. application will bemad, tothe I*a/
jHluttvi! Assembly of tin, provinco of Rrl-
tish Columbia, nl lis next sossion, for an
Act Incorporating the applicants with
sulllcleiit power, to enable tliem to reclaim certain lands situate In the District
ol New Westmlnsler lu Uie Provinco ol
British Columbla.wlilcli may be desoribed
lis nil those lr.irl.ol >niin<li and meadow
lanillielnnsulijectlnoverllollSandlsolalSd'
pontons uf iiplaurl comprised within the
inmnilarlos of tlio same, bounded as follows, vl*.!
First. Weslwnnlly and Northwardly by
Pitt Itlvor ond Lake; Southwardly ly Fra
ser Kiver: and Eastwnrdly by the main uplands of Township...IB,mul42,of(IKiup
One, Now Wrwunfiinlo' Distriot.'
Second. Eastwardly by Pitt Itlvor and
Lake, nnd Westwardly and Northwardly
by tho Coquitlam River and tke upland
of Townships M,«, and 41, ol Group Ono,
In New Westminster Dlstrlet aforesaid,
and Southwardly by lhe Frasor River.
And for Imposing charges or asscsu-
menta upon such of I lie said lands ns may
Iibvo boon granted by tho Crown, proportionate lo iho boncilt whioh may be de.
rlvtjd therefrom, to satisfy the cost thereof, upon such terms and subject to suoh
conditions as may bo Just nud for enil J-
HnK tbo applicants to acquire and hold
any such lunds whether (/nulled bv tlie
orown or not. upon suoh lerms and conditions us slinll Hucin Just. w ' V.
bated at New Westminstor the 2.illi dny
of November, Idfifl,
CORBOULD A MoCOI.Ii,    j
(l-delUc Hollclton, fnr Applicants,
In the East.
JUST ARRIVED:
wltiesiataifis!
*S»THAT*®ff
THE FIRST INSTALMENT OF MR.
MePhadon'i pnrehases In the East
has just arrived. Thin nhlpment haa
been hurried through h peel ally for tho
Christmas and holidny trade, and consists
uf choice and well selected Ooods, suitable for this season of the year.
Heavy Invoices ami hills of lad!uk are
Just to hand direct from manufacturers,
rentiers nnd packers of Goods, now in
transit acrriM the continent, nnd when
this lot arrives McPhadon will carry the
best assortment of
Staple and Fancy
Groceries
In  the Province,  and sell   at   prices
never before touched ln British Columbia,
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil.
A cur load of tho famous high test Knew
Dro Coal •» direct from Clovelnnd,
Ohio- expected dally.
WANT.
■\im
$1.25 -??the- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
JST I88UK1) BY
OTR3iara_ni
Price, $125.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
ot information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
'•The new Map shows ihe latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the O. P. R. and extensions.
-J BtiYAOdW.11
PUBLISHED BY       I     j
RAND BROS.
Bcal Estate, Insuranec and
-    Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VAtic6'frvER
AND VICTORIA,
FOR 8ALE_>if
T. R; Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VAIiCOllVER.
SU8AR,
SUGAR.
A oar load direct from refinery of 8u-
KiirN, Hyrupf- and MoIhksos expected on
■VheHth.
Justarrlvcd direct from Yokohama, ex
"(.Ity of Pekin," a fine Une of Japan, Kn-j-
]|HhBreaktasttYgunsHyson, Oolonif and
GtmpowderTens;      "
aorCnll and examine our Qoods before
purchasing your Christmas supplies.
D. McPHADEN,
Importer, Wholesale * Retail Grocer.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.     iWnlt-
Clothes Found.
A RUITcfl* CLOTHES, IN TUB HANUH
A oftliePolice,siippoMd toha«Keen
Slilcn. Tlm nwiwr Sail linv« lllem by
jiving description lo tlie Folic* M««l»-
(mteanil payln. expenses, II not claimed
SlSiln one month Irom date wl 1 be sold
to pay expenses, dnoaimi
rilieMilta
Just Received by C. F, R.,
,.«mo.
&F tirWt 'tiJ&ORIPTION.
"   *l!lll>«-:r.S'   1)11 C   IJ-'lllu! J"'!'1-.
DIAIRR _. IXrORTCK IN
Dry Qoods
CLOTHING
'-.—Ax'b— •     l n'
C-BpfcERJiS
VUST ItECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
"I !'* |.,-«l.4.,-1 ,'11 :..,       ,,,.,.   ,..,.
In all similes and matcrkl of. DRESS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Velve-
teens and Flushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOUANDS, &_. Grey, Wliite,
Scarlet and Cheeked FLANNELS. LA.
DBS. GLOVES, in Cotton, .Wool, Sill*,
and Kid. Lodise Merino smi Lan)b
Wool Vests. JERSEYS," all* prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish. Linen,
Brilliants, ic, Ac.
Men's Clothing I
For Quality, Style, Fit ahd Price,
can't he touched.
MEN'S
In every Lino. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, &c. Alio,' Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
Brest variety. _      ■   .     . _j
Also, HATS and <___P3;^ Ladles' ami
Gents' RUBBER GOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Wlnd6w "Poles ' Wth
Rllgs and Mountings, Window Holland
(Bull, Green and Striped), Damask and
^retoiines, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkina, Ticking!, Blankets and Arotic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Covets. ''    ,
IN GROCERIES
Evory thing found in a flrst-class Estab.
llshment, snd none lint the liest. Canned
Ooods, Fruits, Meats andVetstables,
I d.«t isttkr Okeav «wla.' I d«-« tny
lk.M.rkeevlliei-1, bnt I otter jnn Ike
best aid al Ike l.wral price titer m, bti
Mill al, nad y. sel wk.l we mmal,
ilno_IHe
Theae cStdVdSAtiere selected-i by Mr. E.
"B. ScouMar ,persi0nal|*rj and are froni the
cel*ii#ed t^M Mm Br08.5 H^ptoh,
Ontario, which is a guarantee that they
daH?t be beaten in quality, or cheapness.
Now as the Stove season isJjrawiittgiq a
^lose, and as we don't intend to oairy aayB
Heating Stoves over till next season, we
are offering these Stoves at PRICES NEVER .HEARDi m pFOfeE IX, Tfflg
CITY. ?As the -^whble stock must be*
closed'^^u| w.itH^*^elay,'itwRlbe to your1
interest to aome,£&__ly- and steps'. BARGAIN^. ,.;- -'.iV;t    "",;.;.„.:;,,,,:,.,,
We ^C^?y'^e'."]iai'gest and best selected stock of Cooking Stoves, Ranges,
tinware, Brass Goods, Iron Pipe and Tit-
tings in British Columbia, and ouf "G*o0d8
ar^ ft^fered; at priDfS f^t will, defy competition.
Tinsmithing, Plumbing and Steam and
Gas-Fitting done ^fijrrst-class Mechanics.
All Work guaranteed.    *   " :-   !
We keep a large, assortment of GAS
FIXTURES and CHANDELIERS.
dwnoSstn:
E. S. Scoullar $t Co.,
r m   tm       r a   C  1<  *.',    * i    _> **r
...
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
GLOBE, HOUSE!
"W"mijJ'bab
■i   HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE STOCK  OF
Ntf	
-CONSISTJKd OBif*+-
WWH    ''"'JVM (,.. !WIH1   I
Millinery, Dress Coods, Cottons, Sheet-
-fi .'       _-       .     U_.i'iB__i'_»_u'f'!' mn "i'1-
ings. Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies'and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
/    pn^ #)palcfy::
The Millinery is the finest and largest Stock on tlie Mainland.   No
need to go to Victoria.
DKESS. (IOODS in the new uiAturials and slinjles for the seMon. i
We call attention to tlie famous   SEA 8ERQ&. w'ii"|i *a
i
have at various prices—37Jc 50c, 62Jc. B_MVIIe!'roifiibr'(t'"apttil«4 b;
rain and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will sti!
retain tlie OEiOIN-VL COLOR. 8fiOV3VflU2   QHAJ
Thc GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well .supplied with T|e8, Bra-
peB, 8hlrt8, 80Ck8, Ac,, and a'Ai* and fashiotiable'stock of
-Men«»Hat8, Ac." '/___._  C,f^ :'M'"S
"*«Clsn>*_C. -E3-A.B.
Uwoo2T,to
iii ni    inn i.n 11;.    .^——_■
FriiniM .disii
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
iiJiL'
mum
-TO HE SOLD-
At Cost and Below!
FOR THE NEXT NINE-Jg0^?.]
3 HAI
Gum Boots, $6.50, sold for ifS.00.
Equally low prices on aU other Rubber Goods.   Then Gooda are alt Ainuriean
■   manufacture. '   '' ' * "" '" '" .
Men's Boots, 94.50- sell for #3.50.
Indies' French Kids. S6, sell for 94.50
These flooils -anti be dispoatd of during the nest 3 month,,   If jrou wsnt anything In iny line call early and get your choice; and you will nuke by ao doing. .
" J ^.naiortaiaat Biaetesilcla Gjfloviai.
COURT HOUI
IS PREPARED  TO   FURNISH   AM,  v
kinds of InuMI W.rk. ™-
Specialties in Scotch Grnnlte snd Italian   .
Marble. ffjil
Rough and Fine Stone for Building,, .... .
Agent for HrlIer's«ruaual.lPlsslrr., ,
.,.rJMjwii^amwmt --i"-"''''******■*■ ■   ■ ,-——_-—-.* ■•■--  r,mil■■!
j Designs aeen at Dempster's Shoe Store.
WAtiSH'S
>   TAILOR INti
Columbia St.', Hew Westnlnsler.
i-.j..' .;,:..,,..,,-,.. ,..,1:1, JJ
TAVIJfq JUST RECJEiyED OUR NEW
1  Fall nnd WinUrBfonk, we Invito In
spectlonofthellnert lulMtlnnof    ii .-.
E.gll-h, SMtrk, ->•*».•, mack,    -
Jud AaHrits-s -
suitings 'i<fem
Bret shown In New WcBtralnater.' For
a GOOD FIT anil artlnllfc style"'UroMfly
competition. '       '    ni')
• dnoMte     ,,,       . *. THOB. W*WBH. ,
GPSPTHS.
GTOS, RIFLES,
—rAND—r       ",
EEVOraEBS
•f AU Uneripll.as.
Tackle.    Mug Mm
POWDER AND SHOT
.'    ur. ■ ■   '        .  rXu,kiKdsi.
CARTRIDGES, SHELLS anU
RELOADING TOOLS.
SPECIAL  PRICES   FOR   URQE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
«r All Hall Orders villi Iii seat <'.o.l>,
w.anpmwMdt. d.all klads*l Um,
Wark aad anylhlaa la tke Meekaaleal
Has* Allw.rkgvnraalenl. VaaslmuK-
zle or lireeeli-lomllngl,. ir, Itjr Ike day .r
week. tl», ■_»!» for klra. :    i
CORNIS ClIBBeiT* COLUMBIA STg.
NIW   WE8TMIN8TER.
Tke Xew Ska H.K. dnoiltc
PACIFIC
Hew Westminster, Bi 0,
REID & CURRIE
JI J MMIUFAOnilKBSJl IHPORTEIIS OF        .
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons. >
! Carriages,
Top Buggies, -
Open Buggies,*
PhaetouB,
?f      Butcher Oarts, -
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND EVERYTRtNO .IN  TUB
||  VEHICLE UNE , .
We bsve a large stook of' most of
the above articles ou hand, also a .liuv. .
stook of Wagon and Carriage Material,.
Wheels, Wood and Hardware. ..
Repulrliii, Painting A TrlnnliE
done at reasonable prices. ,
i   BLACKSMITHINC
la all Its Blanches.
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Imple-
jmenta made and repaired, and all .kinds,
of Ironwork tor claw Mills,, lagging
Camps and Fanners, kept In'atockana
made til order. '   '
' Horse-Shoelntt anil General
Jobblflg.
We alao keep in snook to supply tks
trade, Iron, Stool, Chains, Cum_.r_.nd  ,
Coal, Horso and  Ox' Shoes,  narrows,".
Iron add Stmt Harrow TVeth, Carriage'
Springs snd Axles, and a OMnpUt. stock    '
of Carriage Hardware.       .Jr  ., r   ' •
Parties requiring any tblag in our lln*
will Still by Inspecting onr stock tbat,
they don't require to go to Victoria'to
gA'what th.y wsnt, for tlwy caa gat a
superior nrtiole at a reasonable price
horo,     '    |   '   ;.'       ''  •'      ,   ''".
We are also manufacturing aad selling
the celebrated ,   '.,       '.. .1 ,' ,-
VIOTOB   lil IA_il.NI mil,
At reduoed prices.   It Is the lurt and
cheapest Press in tho markat..
ait-W. hav. got tha best workmen to lw
hail In the country, and wa Import nearly   .
all tho stock we use froin the ea»!-coiis_- ,,
oueatly we can nlftrlnilucfmenl. lupiir-   '
cVaaenthatweeoulilnotliavedonesOlu.
JAS.
TOK 0-*.«_K OKil
ROUSSEAU.
■ tiniiinmJ*
t me ago, All matnlal and work laavlng
the shop rajfl be -u.muleml lobe just a.
repre«nlinl.   Onion mm the country
promptly attended to.
dwoetml RIID ft OURRIE, ssaiiaHSBHaBMBiaHa
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
lllTIIH ChtlMIU STATIONEIY ANI PBHTflMO C(L
At tbe Oompany's Bteam Printing Establishment, Columbia Bt
Delivered In the City dally.. .25c. per week
Malted dally, one year .910.00
Hailed dally, six months.
j-r-_i_J3i&Wii__*.,j
mvii
Transient AdvcHlseweats.—First Insertion, 10 ets. per Uno solid nonpareil; eaeh
subsequent consecutive Insertion, 2 ots. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 ots. per line each Insertion,
Maiding .idverllsemeats. — Regular
Busliteil 0iO^J<fiW,*VH)rij*Miy^1¥lr'nJii
will f>#*csl*47Uom«l»tmlei:T7.ieb;'
U per month*. 2 Ins. 83; Y_ ool. $5.80; % col.
W.75; 1 eol. $16. If Inserted for less (Dan 8
mos. 10 percent, will be added.
Special MeHees among reading matter,
20 ots. per Hue eaoh Insertion,' Specials
calling attention to advertisements, 10 cts.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, $1 (or each
Iusertloni.Foneral Notices In connection
with deaths, SO cU. each insertion.
Aaetlea Bali*, when displayed, chnrged
■JS per cent, less than transient advts, If
mild, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUM*
Issued every WedarMlay Moralag.
Delivered In the Clty.per yeM.?.„.....-.n00
Malted, peryear......I.L1.i.£*v**.».-^.«.*l»
Mailed 8 monthsrX.f^.:.r;^.^.l,'r26
WIHLV AOVCRTItlM IATH,
TraL
Hon, 11
soquedtlnsel
Sol
jtlnser-
ill; sub*
Btaadlng A-tverilse_aeats.-For 1 Inch.
11.50 per month; 3 Ins. |2 per m.; 3 Ins. %IM
per ra.; 1 col. #13.75 per m,  If Inse/-*-***** *•**
less than 3 mos. 10 per cent, will
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
ets. per line eaeh Insertion.
Cats mustbeall mi
an extra rate will by..
Inserted in either islue
gaU&jftffigh Columbian
Hatardaj Evealag, Peccaaber II, last.
land-
Th. Rithet took ddktj'iif &<.._ ">tn
Victoria this morning.
Thc Gladys .arrived from Chilliwhack
this evening wit}* Atoll **&**• F
Tha pontooii-ofthonVwIaH/
inn hu been placed in position.
J^S^%S#S^^Xs
Now is the time to order your
Chriitmas Oakes at A. Diebol's, Front
street. .. ""d-aelltoSl
A freight train consisting of eleven
cars of igonetal merchandise arrived
lut night.
Just received at Prothero's furniture
store, a fine assortment of children's
Chain, &o:;''  ""linu   :" deflltl"
For Sale—Hotel doings, good
business! cheap.     Apply   at
Turner k Gamble. j
ooda,
jyUtc
Mr. J. L. Habbertoii,  of  Vancouver, haa been talking anti-Chinese to
the Toronto wjiorleiay.,, ,,   i .....
Prince Alexander has arrived in
London. He roceivod an - -ovation
Iron, th^l^^f *^kR|rt?*;
N. P. Stramberg, tuner and regulator of Plands and Organs. Work
guaranteed. Leave orders at T. R.
Pearson & Co's,,,,.,,! M, j ita^tir .
Mrs. Virginia Crawford, one'W- the
defendanla in llm Crawford-Dilke
ease, propose, to make her debut in
comedy shortly at a West end theatre.
Before deciding on the plan of your
new house look over the latest architectural designs st Mr. Hill's ollice, MoKen-
mmiamn^m
In addition to our new stook bf spring
goods ws have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of Kngland Broadcloths
and French' Casaliaeres. — W*ui|'»
Tailohm Kmpobhjic,   . '. anaS**  3
John Morley, in a speech at Edin-
^h*WMinf,fllSl>]r!i;,.
lively dog. He advocated home rule
for S«otbu-d snd Ireland.
A well credit*-! report i. oortent to
the effect that the ctsr has accepted
the resignation of M. De. Giers ss foreign minister snd hss appointed as his
successor Prince Lebanon*
The N. W. telegrsph: lidess have
been put up again. This encouraging
■*»• «nl?SnH*fei.»"«»»«W*«<^' WW.
Ume this morning, and we nave our
isual afternoon dispatches.
Wh* So »V _.wsy_'''tah of putting
on a coat and veat I Whh puta on i
eoat before a veat I We alao aay
shou and stocking!. What's Ihe matter withua anyhow.—Philadtlphial'all.
Leakage ia a considerable itoia in
the reckoning of a gas eoinpany.   The
t£$i_t i'j u--*^r"-1''™
•cubicRolo'f -g*aa by  leaWge evEry
year.
To lake sputa ol paint off wood, lay
a thick ousting of lime and soda mixed
together over It, leltlhg it stay Mil'-"
ty-four hours, then wash off with warm
water, and the spot will have disappeared.
A team belonging to Mr. Archie
Burns ran away with a wagon this
eteningand-an4ed.ill.thi river. They
were A«d frtn. drowning by the exertions of four men who Jumped into
the water. ,'■.. 101 A :! IH   ■■•'.
Rev. C. Watson went up river to
1 day and wiU pieach missionary sermons
at Johnson's Landing and St. Mary's
Mission to-morrow. Rev. W. B. Seccombe will preach in tlie Mory-st.
Methodist Ohuroh here.       '■'■""■'
Remember the fancy fair and concert in aid'of .the ball tower lund next
Wednesday and Thursday in the Drill
Shed. Uver 60 different eoatutues
will be wont by ladies who have undertaken to preside, and the hall it to b
lighted with gaa. cMVi'te
According lo astateinent lately published the number of hotel directories
issued in this provinoe in 1876 wu 13.
In 1880 Ihajimi-ber had risen to 00;
in l^JMIOBRifid thi. coining
year it ia expected to reach about 160.
These Jgureg intimate steady business;
progress.
The Prince of WaWbu decided to
undertake, toward the middle of next
January, a voyage along the shores of
tht   Mediterranean,   Embarked
Commons Eiectjo!*.—We are authorial to state that Mr. Donald Chieholm
iiliiuthe field u. a candidate for the
i seat in the House of Commons, rendered vacant by the death of our
late ltniented teprrtentative, Mr. Homer. O j ..J dwoo25tc
 . -♦ .-	
Fkxhh 0yst«k8.—Anothorshipment
of those Fresh Baltimore Oysters juat
received by express from the Eut.
Only 75 cts. per can. Now don't all
speak at once, but call and get a can
at 0. J. Robson's,  opposite Colonial
Hotel. -,4a ,    •'. ■ 'de9tc
'VIA Poupv.o* Ikactios.—Both at
Victtifia »n_l Vancouver regular raids
are made on the houses of bad repute,
and the inmates'are subjected to the
penalties of the law. In this oity
things seem to be very different, and
the authorities carefully abstain from
disturbing these places. The result is
that they seem to flourish, and the inmates flaunt themselves continually in
',:,_,.■■ refpeotable' society. It is currently
Si AN'reported that quite a number of young
men who move'. in respectable circles
spend a great deal of their time ill
these places, knowing that they are
secure from observation. It is time a
new polioy wu adapted in thia matter.
jttj.,,j. ;—'-si.j-:
Sullivan Knocked'Out.—Sullivan
and the 'combination of totighs who
are travellipg with him were effectually
Ut; jit 'i Seattle. Just before
. _ IH-Mae commenced -Chief of
Police Murphy stopped up and instructed the sluggers' that the laws of the
territory prohibited, boxing,. and. he
wu there tp carry out the law, whereupon the pride of the resthetio hub
wu compelled to withdraw without
giving the Seaitleites any leaaou in the
useful art of nonbreaking. So, with
, all the lailty of American laws and
i tfieir administration, the police of Seattle were able to prevent the exhibition of a swaggering bully whose name
and calling is synonymous with all that
is coarse and brutal, a marked contrast
to tho «pital oity of British Columbia.
In this little action -Washington; Territory again shows to many a'State in the
Union that they can'learn much from
her strict arid' impartial lulmininistra-
of the '
. _EI____aCTO_RS
New Westminster District,
GENTLEMEN.—As a successor lo your
late representative In the Commons will
soon have to be elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the position.
I purpose publishing an address In
which. 1 will give my views on the most
Important questions aflectlng your Interests, and will visit the different settlements- and address -the eleotors before
election day.
In Politics, Jam ami will be THOROUGH'
T.V rNDKPBNDlBNT.
Yours respectfully,
dwoettte t; jj. trapp.
rgecuta.
h ndvt.
if the ja**. ■,-■;  ,   _
Mcu.s.'pa.k.r * Lair.l. of Hillsdale,
writes: "Onr Mr. Laird, having occasion
to visit Scotland, and knowing the excel-
lent qualities. of Dr. .Thomas' Eclectrie
Oil, concluded to lake some with bim,
and the result has been very astonishing. 'We1 may say tha, ln several instances it has effected cures when ailments
had been pronounced incurable' by end
nent practitioners.
the royal yaeht Osborne, lhe: prince
will first vl.it Maples, Psjsrmo and
Athens, and will afterwards spend a
little lime at Malta.
People who think tht Indians can
1.111
raw
jency
ernment hsve their sewing circU and
tkll_«i&l<&r»!i(id
Passengers Per C.P.K.
By Telegraph,' >
TwidfiOTTB, Do*; 11.—The following passengers passed this place on
Ihe Paeifie express t'-day, and are
due at New Westminster and Port
Muody on Sundny: C. H. Duck, wife
and sister, 0, Quurge, J. T. Hsuer-
boom,';»r!'-' Darkeri R.'T. Cross;-At
Primrose, W. Forney, G. D. Fiaker,
U:. McKenzie. Mra. Meek aud 4, children, J..R. N.irthcott, T. Jeffrey, J.
H. Glass. Mra. Curran and daughter,
W. F. Wood, Mrs, Charleston and
child.  ''   ' '■"'   '	
The MelUkahlla lmllan ems.
In the cases of the six Metlakahtla
Indians recently committed to the
New Westminster gaol by Judge Har-
'rilon at Metlakahtla, Mr. McColl on
Thunday lut,. acting under instructions from Mr. Theodore Davie, applied to Mr. Justice McCreight on behalf of Alfred Atkinaon and Frederick
Ridley, tworpf tli. prisoners, for rules
calling upon the attorney-general to
show cause why theso men should not
be'discharged as being illegally detained. Numerous grounds were taken u
to the legality of the proceedings.
Monday next waa fixed for tne argument here and writs of certiorari were
granted requiring the committing magistrate to return the depositions taken
by him for nan on tks. argument.
, Wo understand tut anarrinigement
was made t<-4ay that the argument
ahould take place early next week before tlie full bench of judges. We also
bolieve .that tieso cases are intended
to teat the validity of the proceedings
against all the Indians.
Personal.
Mr, J. B. Kennedy came over from
Vancouver to-day. He will leave on
a trip sut nsxt Tuuday.
,Hev. W. B. Seccombe, Miss Beckett,
and Mr. Vasey, Johnson's Landtag, arrived oa the Gladys thi, evening, j
Mr. Wm. Downle, auUtant superintendent ot the C, P. R,, came over
IWra Port Moody on to-day's train.
Mr. Marcus Smith, 0. K., came
into the city dn today's train tw meet
Mr. Gamble, O, E., for tht purpose of
inspecting the branch line with Ihe
latter on behalf of the Dominion gov-
erniuert.    u.,,1.rtsj  '    51 V(',,
Prof. Saundini «a> among the passengers leaving for the eut to-day.
Ht nu taken a somewhat hurried look
over the farming lands lh this portion
of the province ntid is satisfied that he
carries away with him a tolerably good
Idea of tlieir capabilities. He is of
opinion that, tht coast lands art well
adapted for fruit culture and niixejl
fanning. ' The location of the expert-''
n,tai farm will not be settled upon
'ore next summer.
Messrs W. C. WeJh, a weU-to-do
ranch-owner and lumWwun of Calgary, arid A. B. Cowan, of Cowan &
Co., Gait, Out,-, arrived from Victoria
yesterday and will go east in abont teu
days. Mr. Cowan is particularly de-
lighted with, the province and its people. His Unit have already roceivod a
large number of orders for machinery
frum tho provinoe and they expect to
have a good trade in future. Mr.
Wells has.recently purohaaed the machinery fnr a new lumber mill from
this firm.
Olivet Bautlst church.
THE NEW EOIFCE TO IE DEDICATED TO*
HMHW.
The Olivet Baptist Church, which
has been in course of erection for some
months, is about completed, and will
be dedicated to-morrow to the Great
Head of the Church.
This decidedly neat and pretty edifice is situated on Agnes street, eut
of Mary atreet. lt liua a nice location,
overlooking the river, is well proportioned with a graceful spire, reaching
towards the heavens, and is in every
way a desirable thing to look upon.
The building is 46 feet square, and
may be described aa one of the modern
gothio style of architecture, the interior
being of amphitheatre forni, and similar to tlie Baptist Church erected in
"Victoria last year. The Olivet, however, is of brick, hu an excellent basement divided into two class rooms, and
is some two feet higher in the ceiling
than the church in which the Baptiata
of Victoria worship, The interior is
plainly but neatly faniahed. The building is heated by tiro hot air furnaces
in the basement und will be lighted by
gas. A beautiful and costly chandelier
with somo twenty jets, which has been
ordered from the eut, hu not yet
yet arrived It will add much to the
appearance of the interior. The floor
of the church will be carpeted and the
seats will all be cushioned. The seating capacity will be between threo and
four hundred. When fully completed
the Baptist congregation of New Westminster will have one of the prettiest
and most elegantly furnished churches
in the province which considering their
numbers is' highly creditable to thein.
The entire cost will be nbout
(6,000.. To Mr. Jaa. Turnbull the
builder, whose handiwork has-added
another ornament lo tbe city' a larva
measure ol praise ia due. Dedication
services will be held to-morrow morning, also itt the afternoon and evening.
The sermon in  the morning will be
Sreached by,the Rev. J, O. Baker of
alem Oregon, when a financial statement will also ba read by the chairman
of the biiilding committee. In the
afternoon the sermon will be presohed
by the Rev. Walter Baraa of Viotoria
and in the evening by the Rev. A. B.
Ranks of Seattle. The choir of the
Victoria , Baptist church will be prea*
ent at these unices. The event wiil
be a vtry interesting one, and there
will doubtless be a large attendance.
Have you tried Holloway 'a Corn Cure!
It hu no .goal for removing tliese troublesome excrescenses, u many have tea-
tilled who have tried it.
-wmm»
Bruits
mitt weekly to
tht shortcomings ot their absent sis-
ten, j«)t lik* ihu -rhite Jwmwii-W    ♦ tnd shipped 74,000 bushels.
Chicago hu loet her grip on the
grain trndo:   In one day last waikl
wesklht
lial report of the grain movements
shows that Chicago received 62,467
bushels and shipiwd 23,000 bushel.,
while Minneapolis received 1(7,300
bushels and shipped 60,61)0 bushels,
and Duluth received 106,000 bushels
The Beatrice Bab)-.
KHUYUWOUCH-IIEl V-EIIOH OF ITI BIRTH
MIO HII IVWEITMM TO ITI FUTURE.
Loudon, Nov. 30.—Princess Beatrioe'a
confinement came sooner than it had
been expeoted. She wu ill for only a
very short time, and got oyer It exceedingly well, which ia tho moro satisfsc-
tory inasmuch u the Princess had been
rather low spirited, moodiah and nervous
lately! The dullness cf tie Balmoral
autumn see"" to hav settled en her
spirits like a I hea.- that th. child
la to be called albert Alexander Victor
Henry, A' Tory contemporary announce, that u a minister of atate hu to be
present at the birth of a royal infant,
Lord Randolph Churchill wu hastily
aummoned for the purpose. Thia la ab.
solute nonsense. Princess Beatrice would
indeed have been in a bad way if ahe liad
been taken Ukwheu Lord Randolph wu
summoned, u hoth he and Lady R. were
Invited to dine and sloop at ths castle
lut Tuesday neatly a week before, and
their visit had no connection whatever with Princess Beatrice, who wu not
taken ill till after tho dinner company
had separated. Lord Randolph wu
comfortably uleep when the interesting
event wu going on, aad heard nothing of
it till the following morning. It would
have been a heinous breach of etiquette
for the chancellor of the exchequer to
have attended officially, as this duty al*
ways (alls to a secretary of atate, Tht
chUd'e cradle wu bought by ths Queen
In Edinburgh. It is of polishsd oak Mid
ia lined with jink. It wu exhibited in
the artisan's sectiun of the Kdinbtirgh
exhibition, and ia a very, ueat and substantial piece of furniture. The true
destiny of the new Batteuburg Princeling, who made Ills appearance at Windsor last week, la obvious. Tide Prince
Beatrice, ir., should be at once elected
to the.Bulgarian throne. This would
suit all parties. The Bulgarians would
be able to govern themselves during a
long minority and establish their constitution too firmly to be attacked at the
end of it. The salary need only be moderate, but it will he enough to remove
all chance of our being aaddled with
another royal graut, or another royal
monopolist -bliiiier ln tlie army or navy.
Kven Kussia anil Turkey cmiid hardly
object to the throne being filled by a
non resident baby.
The Great Frunuli Remedy, Dr, Le*
Due's Periodical rills. Tliese Pill, nr,-
compounded from the purest drugs, ami
from those only which are known to aot
upon the Oewmtire Urpans in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their hill strength for your, lu any
climate. Aak us for plivuto circular.
A. M. Hkbbiso A p. S. CiiiTisftCo.,
Now Weatmlnater! T, MoNebley, Ladner's Landing; II. Mirlluuell A Co., Vancouver; Pimbury A Co., Nanaimo; T.
■Piokaru, Denman Island; A. K. Johnson
*Co., Chemainus; R. li. Richardson
Cowichan; W. It, McCartney A Bro.,
Vancouver and Kainln..|.; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouve,; I'lio Vancouver
lmigCo., Vancouver],.. II. l.r.v.ll, Yale;
WTr. Megaw. .'rle-i Vail..,; H. Clalk
* Co., Kamloour; LAXiiutr * Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria,    iin .elWyl
Beautiful pliiit,iivi-ji|iliii' i_tii,rrairiii
view. In BritMi i nlulnWal SUM .-r
sat atT, R. Peaisii. iir...
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press Despatches*
St. Louis, Dec. 11.—Cutting, Ihe
Texaa editor, arrived in the city yeaterday from Fort Worth. To a reporter he atnted that he had abandoned bia plan of aotion .in the auiitb
for the present, but that the preliminaries of hia Mexican colonization
scheme were still being vigorously
pushed. ' He intends to lecture
throughout the north and devote the
proceeds In a fund for the payment of
the board .uf counselors who have
worked fm- him. "We have," he
said, " about 2,000 men elected already, nnd work is still going on. A
Chicago h. ndicate of capitalist* told us
if wo crnil.l raise 7,000 or 8,000 men
for work lhey would furnish $18,000,-
000 tu pay expenses of the undertaking; an} on sue we shan't lack money."
Odessa, Dec. 11.—In accordance
with an imperial order ull small towns
and vilhigea in Russia bearing German
names will be given Russian naines at
tlie beginning of the year. llusaiu-Ger.-
man inhabitants bitterly resent this
aotion of the govemment.
QueeNhtown, Dec. 11.—Arrived, ss.
Etrurio. . ' : ■'
, New York, Dec. 11.—The weekly
bank statement shows a reserve decrease of f.2,086,000. The banks now
hold 14,081,000 in excess of tho legal
rule.
Clinton, Mich., Dec. 11.—The exj
tensive woolen mills of this village were
burned this., morning. Loss $180,000
, Tile building was lighted by gus made
'from gasoline. The pipe burst, filling
one of the' -|b.ins, Hith gas. Eddie
Coddling and Bobbin Berry went to
the room with a lantern at 6 o'clock,
aiid tlie.explosion followed.. The fire
spread rapidly over the mill. Insurance f40,000.
Paris, Dec. 11.—Goblet hu finished
the formation of a ministry which is
announced as follows; Goblet, president of the council and minister of the
interior; Adniterim, minister of foreign
affairs; Doupliin, minister of finance:
Beathelot, minister of instructions:
Surrin, lniniatvr of justice; General
Bou'anger, minister of war; Admiral
Aubre, minister of marine; Granet,
minister of posts mid telegraph; Lock-
roy, commerce; £, Mela, minister of
public works; Dotilje, minister of
agriculture. In nnnouiicing the com-
poston o* the new government in the
chamber of dennties, Goblet read statements declaring 'that he relied upon
concord among the Republicans in the
clumber to enable hiin to continue in
the work of the govemment He said
he would follow DoFreycinet's foreign
polioy, which tho chamber had approved.
Coldmeus, Ohio, Dec. 11. — The
Federated trades met this morning and
adjourned sine die after resolving to
enter the new Federated trtdes of
Nortii America, whoat organisation
will be completed to-day. Iu the
trades conference tht cigar mnkars and
baker labels wore adopted, and the
action of the baas brewers' convention
at Buffalo in regard to blaok lilting
union meu, and* the New York TYi-
bttne't treatment of union printers,
were denounced.
London, Dec. 11.—The police prevented a prize-ffght for Ihe championship which was to have taken place in
London to day between Jem Smith
and Jack Kniflin. Seventeen were
arrested.
Dubiu, . Dec,-11.—The cue of the
government againat Jt hn Dillon, for
agitation in favor pi the Irish National
League plan of campaign, wu brought
up for hearing to-day. Dillon wu
absent. The attorney general fnr Ireland, in presuming the case for the
government, declared lht ,o called
campaign illegal, and took occasion to
announce that he had never, u reported, said otherwise. After a prolonged wrangle .ith the oourt and
lawyers for the ci „wn, Healy, counsel
for Dillon, secarod the right to oross-
examino the various witnesses from
whom lhe guvernment hsd obtained
the affidavits upon which the prosecution is largely relying for its testimony. The cue waa adjourned to
give an opportunity tor securing the
attendance of then witnesses.
St. Louis, Deo. 11.—A firs, broke
out in the extensive hardware ettab-
liahnieut of Ushaplegh Us Cautwell,
and the entire concern wss deatroyed
with wry heavy loss. It ia definitely
known that aeveral persons were badly injured in tht Ire, some ol whom
it is expected will die. Firearms and
gunpowder were in the store, slid a
quantity uf dynamite. Sums of lht
latttr exploded, when lhe roof tnd
floors fel n The tire was cauaed by
Ihe falling- n of the fourth floor.wliich
was overburdened by heavy stock.
There were 7C employees in the building nt the lime, but they are all accounted for excepting 3, and they are
not believ-il to lie injured.
Wholesale our Hirket.
Heel,     pcr.ioolbt...,.
PJork?^ Tf". - ■•"..
Mutton      '< -
Hldeslgr'n)"      . ...
Potatoes     •' .„
Turnips *•
Carrots il
Parsnips    *•
 JG00SIS7 00
 T»| eco
 8 009 IDO
. 8 GOO 0 00
...... 0 758 0 00
.. 0J7S
. II WIS
. 0 75(8
.0 75,9
.05
Cabbage !'
Onlona "
Apples M
Pears *'
Wheat "
Oats '•
Peas  . '"
Hoy,        per tun    10 66® HO 00
flutter (rolls) peril........ ;„ 0 259 0 80
0 76
075
100
100
100
-00
360
_ 350
.1509 176
. 1 129 125
. 1 609  1 76
- --■    ,  0 129 OIK
Eggs,      por-ns. 0-89 0 30
Goese,        eaeh      1609175
Ducks "         0 259 0 80
Chickens, per pair.  (IDA 0 75
Turkeys, per II  0 209 0 25
Cordwood (retain per cont 8 009 i 00
: The Confederation Lift.
'i he annual report of thia solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
In another column. The facta revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
file
.      anon
the management.   Thanka tothe resolute
thoroughly justify the ecominma which
the shareholders p
i present bestowed up
0. Drysdale & Co.
Have .now in Stock a Complete AsscrtiHemt of ' :
Staple £ Fancy Dry Goods
HOUSE FURNISHINGS and CARPETS.
Men'« Clothing and Underwear. Fine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
manner in which the Company haa declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of th. company be«r to tha
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per eent. A point at
testing the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
Income is sufficient to pay the death
olaims—which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The ass ts snd liabilities are
sot forth In minute detail, and thc tables-
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies aud providing for
every debt, there ie a surplus of |S82,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets lo the laat year
waa (260,390. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
Preaident defined as the true policy of
the Company, vizi—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely cf increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson*Co.
ate agents for this company in British
Colnmbia. uil9to
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IU WW1MM MB aiPTKHIEM.
-Tke Unas niasivate4 ■miak Clans-
kUMIIIn. llUIsapplra.w«kaai
•l T. E. rearaea A Ca'a,, sale as«.l. Ibr
lkeMalataa4.atJKeta.eaek. I.
A now map of British Columbia just
issued by the government, for sale at
T. B. Pearson * Co's,   The best
ever iasuedi 12.86,—Adv.
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§T. PAUL'S CHVRCH. Services every Sunday at 11 A. H. ami 7 r. k. In
e Church, St. John atreet, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially invited. Sunday School at 2.50 r. v.
(feSStcl
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary st.
Rev. O.-Wataon, Pastor. Services at
m. and 7ja.ro.   Sunday School and
Bible Class 3:9o p. r    "	
Thursdays at A p. n
cordially Invited.
Prayer Meeting on
Seats freo: stranger.
Je7-tc.
IAPTIST CHVRCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
,  nle pastor; meets In the Court House,
-jrvlces at 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Sabbath
School nnd Bible Class at 2J.80 p.m.  Prayer Meeting Thunday evening at 8 o'olock.
Strangera cordially invited.
aplilc
As
VltlOn LODGE ITS, •„ A. F.
■*> A, Mt..- The regular Communication! of thii Lodge are
.    ,    . held on tbe Ant Monday In eaoh
month, Sojourning brethren areoordlai-
ly Invited to attend D. WILSON,
Secretary.
TWEED  MACKINTOSH    COATS,
UMBERLLAS.
GOSSAMERS  AND
♦S--AT REASONABLE RATES ANP AMD QC/.LITY.
Samples sent on application.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwoc6tc
73 Columbia Street, N. W.
JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD ACO/S
. 11 | A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Blaek and Colored
Silks, &c.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery* Mantles.
LONDON HOUSE,
No. 1HS and IK, Cor. CWumMo and Maru
Streets, New Westminster.    dwooU
House for Sale.
Mr. T. C. Berclurd, publio ichool
teAcher, Norland, writes: "Piningthe
full of 18811 waa much troubled with
Biliousiie-M and Dyspepsia, and part of
the time wai unaute to attend to the
duties of my profession.. Nortlirup &
Lyman's Vegetable Disuovurv and Dyspeptic Cure wits recommended to me,
aud I have m.mli pleasure fn stating tliat
t was entirely cured by using one bottlo,
I have not had an attack of my old complaint since, aud have gained fifteen
pounds in weight."
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Co LU km an office. Noes will lie
found lower than at any other office in
tin* iirovimre.— Alt*.
Ciiiiiullan I'salter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for I'lvsliytuiitn Church), ut T.
ft. -Tesmnn A Co.'», Now Westminster
and O rati villi-. *
AN 8-KOOMED HOUSE, with out-bulld-
Inr*, situated In a most desirable
part of tho city. Good well at wator.
Terms catty. Particulars un application
on the premises, cor. Merlvale and Carnarvon hts.
d-deft*!  -, MRS. J. & HENDERSON.
. 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
s*% un application will be made tothe
Parliament of Canada nt its neit session
V
tat an Act to Incorporate a Company to
build, maintain and operate a line of
Railway from some convenient point In
or near the City of New Westminster to
_e convenient hoint on or near tht
h parallel of North latitude, between
Semiahmoo Bay and Township 11, In the
District of_ New Westminster, Province of
••Ll!
r we
British Columbia.
New Westminster. Mth November. 1886.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
U-de4m2 Solicitor for Applicants.
Rural Canadian!
ASH THE
CANADA   PRESBYTERIAN.
tl FOI lm PAMIS PH IMT.
This Remarkable Offer Is good to om> as
well ns new Subscribers.
Thr Canada PaiMBYTicaiAN Is pronounced to bo the "leading denominational paper In Canada," Is now In Its
hixtskntii year of publication, uud tn all
Its departments will be better than ever
during the coming year.
Thi Rural Canadian, about to enter
on Its tknth vkar, is styled the " Agricultural authority of tho Dominion/' Is a
lam S3 pp. paper, with departments to
suit the varied tastes and Interests tobe
found in every borne.
Sabseribe llsr fcelfc Papen bow aad
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Mort|i*fj.s, OmiIs, Lmhi, Airs.
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kinils, st T. Ii, Psarson ft Co's,        *
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| 1IKRRBY OIVR NOTICE THAT I
I inti'ii.) fn:_|i|>lyiit tbo next sitting of
tlm I,.t'.-ii--int* Court for this City for n
1,1 -iiii.' *.» wil fiM-titt'tUwl iiml tiinixtcnt*
Iiiul liquor* liy ret ni I nn the preinrcen at
■>i-i--*-**iu known un tbCltlnghain House/'
io itt* lii'i-'nftPri'ii1lt'<ltltPt>PW)t Hotel.
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New We»tinliiKior,aflih Nov,1, t«n.
dnn-mi
A Fancy Fair
WILD BE HELD AT TIIK
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— ON—
Wednesday and Thursday,
DlOIMUR 16 ANO IB.
IH/ AID OF THK BKI.I, TOWER
l'AIHOl'HS ATI P.M.
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I or Miss Woods. iliioITl.l
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excellent ttmH siul superior Groosrles have just purchssed Mr. Willi.',
lease of the Bakery, lately owned hy F. Kimble, on Colombia Stmt, and will keep
the two houses open for thu nocouiniulittioii of tlio public. They engage to supply
Goods of the very best description eiitl at the lowest possible prico.
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New Weatmlnttar  Vancouver * Victoria. Hi
gail-g §tj&ish (Eotembian
fjj-fc
Nkw York, Doc. 8.—The Star's
London cablegram Bays: Prominent
Turkish oflicii_ls,";«i)(*_*d: to thp Sultan's Turko-Riniuai.' policy, dodlarod
Inst night that the Porte fears a crisis
any moment in Bulgaria, leading hi:
evitoh|y<f*i, Hjmsuiit jtafcif-iitiotfand a
European war in the spring.. Au outbreak of hostilities between France
and Germany is spoken of as impossible to warn oft' any longer Uian the
coining; Sinfe, Turtish eWoilils pro
fesB now to have certain information
that Austria will take the field anninst
Hussia aided at soa by England. Gen.
Von Moltke's speech has cast a gloom
over 'all European' capitals. Gen.
Boulanger is stated to have privately
declared himself in favor ot action in
prefere»e«*t<Mlelny, affording Germany
or Frsjwo.tinlB to iutre*se their military strength.'' Ho pref&s tlio initiative bfsfriEiiig the first Mow and involving Germany. Immense military
preparations, respecting which groat
secrecy is observed, -are going on at
the French arsenals.
Nuw Yo*K, Dec. 10.—Notwithstanding denials-by- interested parties there
is evidence on over}' hand of some sort
of deal between tho W.U. and B. and
O. tel_g_aphJSjte!iH_i_- «ni; it i% declared that ii/aiiniry 1st both companies will adWHco rates from all competing points.
It is reported about town this p.m.
tliat, in a well-known sporting resort
in t3i>B city early this a.m., Tommy
Warren, tho great western featherweight was knocked out in 5 rounds
3 well known 128-
■4  "'
ftsoioi*, -Um. 10.—The crop
*thsj-|t£j|bf)n t of s"(j. iculture
iecember returns show material .reduction as compared with tho
value of the crops of 1885 in wheat,
rye and barloy. Corn lias made an
advance nearly equivalent to the percentage reduction in the quantity of
oats. The s)impathy-.,yUh com is
rather with tlio Btn_*l grafts used for
human food.. The n-tengfe It llightl^
higher in-J-Jitaottan-MtVnr. The
farm value of corn waa 33 cents per
bushel in December last and it is now
37 cents, oue cent higher than the crop
of 188t.' Tlie average fbr previous fivo
years was forty-four. Wheat is sixty-
nine cents, a reduction of 8 cents from
the average value of last crop and 4A
^■^fr^BflBk ,801)0
*£-
Victoria Items,
MURDXRED    AMD   KOBMJD.— Night-
watohmnn Stewart received yesterday
the intelligence of the death of his
eldest brother under sad circumstances.
It appears tlmt he liad a month ago
Suit work near Brnntford,- Ont:, and
rawn his money, intending to como
west. On his way into Brantforil, and
when quite near tho eity, during the
darkness of the night he was attacked
and killed, his skull being crushed in
when Sound, All his money, a cou-
sideralblo mm, WM Bussing., At the
date of Ule lektir tier* was tio due to
the murderers, though it was believed
they would be caught in timo.—
Colonist.
The ifftsiNo MES*--ili.^D: Ttte-
Kenzie, now atthe St. Nicholas hotel,
stated to titVoltiiiist' representative yestorday, kt -fcj^Batter of the disappearance ofThajHb ijwMcNnband Rob-
ertsoivwli<« MJPljifcrford, now in
the city,, is looltliuj after, tlmt two
answering 'their ileieription wero in
Miller's logging. camp, Valdai istad,
in August last They alterwsrd. Vciit
up Bute inlet looking for quartslidges,
some Indians having shown them samples of rich quarts. However, tiiey returned after-an unsuccessful* hunt,
short of provisions. Since Mr.
McKenzie left camp he understands
(hat Ihe two men sold their sloop,
purchased a fishing boat and supplies
snd iiaitoi on a cruise up the northwest ooastjeaving Valdez island sbout
four weeks ago. If theae prove to be
the two men Mr. Rutherford is in
search nf, thc probability is thst they
are still slive and at somo point along
the <>0'fVf|»utf^
AtojiBHeu M0R»1B. -On Tuesday
night, bst'wiKm teri and .U».n o'clock,
an attempt tn seriously injure or kill
Capt Rugn, nl the bark T. It. Foster,
wss coiniuited by Hiohard Qlenn, late
conk ofthe vessel. _ Since (the police
court trial, when it was adjudged that
the captain did right in punching
(llenn.s hoad, the latter has several
times ^.ii'.IwiihI in the presence of
witneaMl VS shA.t 0«>t. Rogg. It
appeals llist.tlw saptaln bad just been
taken to his ship by the boatmen, Oeo,
Bsbington, and both were standing on
the deck, when Olenn came down to
the wharf, took aim with a rifle and
fired. The ball struck a pies, of iron
and shattered it, a portion of it hitting llabiiigton on tkt log! but not
injuring him. Cant. Rugg immediately laid .information ngainst Glenn,
who was arrested l.y Constable Camp
bell and lodged in gaol at Esquimalt.
A rifle was .found in the possession of
Ihe prisoner, with an empty cartridge
in tlie'chamber, ha.ing evidently been
recently discharged. Tho prisc.ner is
an old miner, having been in Ominecs,
Cassiar Mid Lorno creek. He has
been committed to stand his trial at
the nextassises.— Colonist
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These are the successive effects of one
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lu the Dominion, Northrop A Lyman's
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the h«^t*a*4nWiA*'-ll*lg6iit-s the
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the current of the blood from a sluggish
and turbid into a pure, rapid, and ferti
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awwr
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in an Impartial nnd Indopondcnt manner, tho passing events of Canadian polit
ical and sociul life. Its purtoons speak
more definitely and more pleasingly thaii
whole columns of editorial. In thlB pun-
more definitely and more pleitsini
whole columns of editorial. Int _,
gent, easily appreciable, and artistic style
of present fog a subject, the wholo situation Ib revealed at a glance. Tho success
of Grip shows how well this fact Is appreciated—Its Cartoons on tho passing political events of the country being even
more eagerly sought after than tho chaste
and humorous letter-press of tho pnper,—
though the lutteris equal to thai or ony
similar publication ou the continent.
The publishers of Grip aro mnking extensive Improvements for lHSft. The old
cover Is to be discarded, and the Journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, und be
printed on heavy toned nud calendered
papor,—every number being so arttstleal 19-
executed as to compare favorably wltn
the best papers on the continent. The
advts. will be compressed and moro systematically arranged; while similar lm*
provements will bo made as to the letterpress. A new and handsome design will
adorn the title page' while th*; Cartoons
wilt certainly not sutler from extunslve
Improvements In the artistic dopartmont.
Tho price of QHp will hereafter bo 83 a
year, which is lower than that of any
paper of Its kind In America,—most of
them selling for SS. Single numbers of
Oho will be 10 cents.
Twice a year, at Midsummer ond Christ-
num, a beautiful special number will bo
Issued, the number of pages being Increased, and pleasing features Introduced,
particulars ot which .will be given In preceding IsBiies. Thefte Q-nntrnn- will *bo
presented to subscribers wlthont extra
charge.
JJ       GRIP'S PLATFORM:
humor without Vulgarity:
Patriotism without Partisanship;
Truth without Temper.
Only $3 a Tear* Postage Free.
Address the Grip Printing aud Publishing Company,26and 28 Front Street, West,
Toronto: or leave your order with your
bookseller or other local agent.        feu
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
CaaraatH. Capital ••
. .»I,*_M,_M
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
s a homeIompany.
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
Tho Security offered to polioy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business ln Canada, .   . „
, It has no schemes of Insurance, but the
>.woll-establlshed linos, hence the policy
holders cannot bo misled as lo their contracts.
Its statement sio thc public cim bo HUM*
ily understood, its cash statement shoving every Item of lii'-omo and how expeh-
Its position Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In which every ilom
of liability Is Included. ■   , ,
Its progress lius boen unexampled In
the hfstory of iusnranco in Canndn. ,,
Its policies are indisputable after throe
years, ond non-forfel table after two years*
existence. .,  ,
Its protlts nro distributed upon an fault-
nble basis. The profits to-ono tiluss of
policy holders nro hot lessened to give
larger profits to nny other clnss, which
method affords superior advantages over
500,000 NOW
And Iwaring the Highest Tostimo-
ninls from uU who une'tlitiii.
The Cheapest and Best Machine in the Market.
(Jail and sasinlno tiintr lictoro gnlnn
BlMWll<.rt,.l        I
Chas. J. Robson's
I'-RUIT 8TOBB,
iOpo.1 tcfinlonldol Hi-lei. ■ wV     ilndae
•l^Q*g?*pSE.
liberal ('milium* as I. R.»l,l.n« anil
TmVtl.
J. K. JlaoDONAI.D,
Managfog Dlrcnlor.
T. LPEABSON lJOf
Agents, Msw WMtmlnstsi
JeJI-too-alttmat..
IHEBBBV' QJlM'flOTIOJE TlUt' XJ
Intflinlloabplyat the ncxt-sHtlng of
_ Licensing Coun (or this City lor a
License lo sell fermented and intoxicating liquors by retail on tlio premises at
present known bs the "BlnglininjHo.se,"
fo lie hereafter called the Depot Hotel.
p.o.bil£Xdeaux.
New 'Wcstinlnstor, 29th Nov., 1888.
dnoUHUl
asro-ricB.
A Ith PERSONS INDEBTED TO US
are requested to call nnd settle their
accounts at once. By doing so they will
oblige us ond save themselves further
troublo".
N. B.—All accounts  not sottled before
tho 10th of December will bo plnced in the
hands of a eolleotor for rnllcctlon,
KELLY BROS.,
diioMml . West End Bakery.
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Manufacturers and Importers of
Harness, 8addles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dw-Jly31to
PIONEER
Fish s Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAB ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
supply of
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
Di.ia lasr sjB-Asoct.
DBAtEB IN SKINS ANI) PELTRIES.
Purchases will be delivered ln any part
of the Oity free of charge.        d-Jly81yl
NOTICE.
THE UNDER8IONED BEGS LEAVE
to inform his friends and the Public
generally that ho has purchased of Hossrs.
wens & Insley the premises lately known
as the "Bingham House," situate on Columbia Street, In this city, opposite the
Btatlon of tho C. P. R.—to he henceforth
known as tho Depot Hotol—whero he ventures to hope that by strict attention to
the comfort and requirements of his patrons to merit a share of tlieir support.  •
The cuisine will bo under the management of an experienced cook and the
sleeping department under the personal
superintendence of Mrs. Bllladeanr.
Premises quite new and charges moderate.
' P.- O. BILLADEAUX.
Now Westminster, SOth Nov., 1860.
dtiottnnl .        _____
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
mm
DRUGGISTS!
Xew Westminstor- B. C.
mhlOto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COWH.
1 Old Bhoad St. anil 16 Fall Mul,
INSTITUTED 1803.
IOR INSURING HOUSKS A OTHER
Buildings, Goods,'Wares, Merchau*
i, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dook, aud ths
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Shins building and repairing,. Barges aud other Vas,
sets on navigablo rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard audi Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud lu Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAHAGK BI FIRK.
'Subscribed aud Invested Capital,
tfl.60O.p00 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information ou be obtained on application to
W. 1. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Weitminiter.
-PRACTICAL
Hu just reecived for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
from $26 to $55,
ladles Size American Stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
$32.50.
HKMBIBKR-W. do not sell "filled"
Watches and Jewelry aa solid gold.
Oar goods are guaranteed just as re*
presented, and prices lower than any
other honsejn B, C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,     .
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
delfltc        '
NOTIOE IK HEREBY OiyEN, thnt 30
, fUju Wterilate ;we mteudj^mttinf
application to'the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes.of tbe following described
lands:,      . . . ,,.
Tract No, l,--CommenclnB' at a post 40
chains east from A. J. Cotterl's southeast
corner state (Elk Bay, Johnston Straits),
thenoe south. 40 chains: west, 60 ohalns;
north, 40 chains; west, 40 chains; north,
20 chains; wast, til) chains; north, 40 chains;
eust, 40 chains; north, 20 ohalns; west, 00
cbnlub: north, 20 ohalns; east, 20 chains;
north, 20 chains; east, 20 ohalns; north, 20
chains; east, 09 chains, thence south to
shoro line of Klk Bny: (hence in a south;
weatorly direction to W. P. Snywai-d's
claim; thenco following around said
olnlm to Sayward's southeast stake on*
Elk Bny; thence [following shore line to
Cotterl's northwest corner post; thonee
along Cotterl's south' and east boundary
to place of commencement; said tract
containing 1800 acres, more on less.
Tract No. 2,-Commemiltie nt McNa-
hcrnie, NorthciiHtcornor Noimllns Channel, Thurlow Island; thence Nortii 20
chains, East 20 chains, North OOchalns.
West 40 chains. North 40 chain?. West
40 chains. South 140 chains, to McNa*
hem to. North boundnry lino; thenco
Enst along said North boundnry to plnco
of commencement; snid tract containing
800 acres, moreor less.     '
Tract No. 3.—Commencing at a post set
on shore line of Thurlow Istaml, C'rawfo.d
anchorage,   CarderO   channel;    thenco
South 40 chains, Enst 20 chains. South 80
ehains, Enst 40' chains, North f» chains,
East 40 chains, North 40 chains; thenco
westerly lo point of commencement, suid
tract containing720 acres, moreor less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
PerW.,T.*a.
Now Westminster, B,C,
ir_t.li November, 1886.       dnolSml
GHANBE OF TIME TABU.
3i;! ■■■■ steaM'EB''
"QLAOYS'*
UNTIL   FDRTHER   NOTIOE  WILL
leave ou MONDAYS tor Clillllwhaok
and way places; returning on Tuesdays.
Leaves on THURSDAYS fbr Hop. aud
way places, returning on Saturdays.
dwnollto      CAPT. INSLEY, Master.   |
What Phtii-imii l« Aiout tin
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
timo boon recognised by Medical M "nto
he the most simple and effeotual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigans, "Curatives," but ln cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attemlnnt thereon, successful
treatment wns practicably Impossible uiv*
til the thtroduotlbn of tho 8t«rr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescription nud Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any'quantity af internal
Mtxilclnal doting. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Dlsense, Its curativo properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs.continuously ond directly,
as required to Insure In return their healthy notion and original vigour. It Is comfortable to tho patient nnd plensant in Its
effects, and cures whon nothing else eon,
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results, A moro valuable
discovery as a trnb remedy for Kidney
Discuses was nevor made.—Medical Gatetti
The Starr Kidney Pad, manufactured
in Toronto, Is a permnnont suro cure for
dlsenses, disorders and nil monts of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain In the smull of the back, sides, eto;,
J inducing, urinary disorders, such as too
loquont, sennty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
ota. denoting the presence ln tho systom
of dlsenses common to tho urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HEUKING and I>* 8. CURTIS
A CO., Ne* Westminster; T. McNEE-
LRY, Ladner's Landing} H. McDOWELL
* CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL CQ.j THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY 4 BRO., Vancouver
and Ka-tnloppt.; J, B. LOVELL Yalej W.
R.MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK &
CO., Kamloops.
dwse23yl
FirelFire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 88rd June, 1886.
MR. G. ROBERTSON,'     *'; ' * "" *
Vnncouver;
Representing Gotdle A^ McCulIoeh.
:c)nit,om.
Sin.—We tlie undersigned having witnessed tho terrible Are which wiped out of
existence tho young city of Vancouver)
on the inth inst;, have, after the Arc, examined the safes sold by you,, some of
which wore put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by largo quantities of lard and bacon, and we are pleaiicd
to'testify to tho remnrknble manner In
which every Safe sold by yon preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken oat in perfect condition. Wo enn, therefore, with thegreut-*
est coufldonoe, recommend them as thoroughly Are proof:
L. A. Hamilton,for the Canadian Paclflo
Railway Company;, M. A. Mae Lewi,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Ma-
?lstrate; Rlch-d. Alexander, Justfoe ot
he Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magls*
trnte, City of Vancouver; Thomus Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R, Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pither it Edsou,
Roynl Hotel; II. F. Keefer, Co*htractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. 0.
Innes A Co,, Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross. Rea) Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R O. Ferguson, Mgr.R.C. P. Mills, jeaot-o
Wm. Ross
BOOTiSHOE
■_F_A__E3-L_0_E3.
JUST ARRIVED;
$15,000 STOOK
From tho principal Houses of Oormauy,
France Great Britain, tlie United
States and our great Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND 8EB MY  STOOK BE-
l,j    FOKK YOU PURCHASE.
BoillB Hnd Shoes, Irom 50o upwards.
Volt A Rubber floods I Yum-Yum
of sll kinds.
Indies'i lient*'Slipper, forXmu-
tlie loveliest ever seen.
81 lines of IaAImMIIhm- * OhlW.
ren's Boots,
WM. R088,
loloulal Hetel Block, CUmblo Ht.
dwnol8tc  ' '
N;
'OTI0J9/m nERBBY GIVEN THA*
ll A0 days after dnte we Intend applying
to the Chief CoinmiB»loneroMiands.flnd
Works tor a license lo cut timber on the
following described lands, namely, lots
numbers 832, 3*1, m, 337, In Group One,
New Weslmlhster District. ■     - -
Dnted nt New Westminster, 27th duy ot
November, 1886.
ROWLING A .SOUS. ■
By their Bol.ottori,    ,
dno27ml COHB0uf.fl A MOCOTtLl
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAHKS FISHEB, Proprltstop.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,'
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FUR-
| NITURE MARBLE, Ac.        rl
Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of what tbey wish, cap have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the pacific Coast, and at reasonable
rates.  N, B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victor!*, B. C..
Opp, St, Andrew's Presbyterian Church
mhlStc ________
JOHN S. COX,
A. Importer and Dealer In   .
IfFiPoiillry
fljKs   ,   iNci.vmi.0
WHITE LKGHORHS,
OWN J.KOHORIH
PLVMOU	
1UH.B,    .
ITH ROOK*,
isusHikiias,
;*.*!
Willi. (Irest.4 Bluk Poland.,
Gain.. VawIs* R.«.n Ducks,
Whli. P.klu Dn.k«.
Pit G.in.s, Houdmns.
a-tUlrds .nd Esgs supplied Bt low ntn,
Hiidall stock guujanteed.
Boytl Avenue, Sut e. BoafluSt.
'; jmhQto
dew Westminster, Coal'Harbor
nnd Seattle Route.
TKESTBAMEn
13. V. TARTK, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT
Tkundar M.r.l.s atI.'elMk, lor
New Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Purt Townsend and the Islands; arrlvesat
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two liours
afterwards; leave. COAL HARBOR rrl>
day Slikt for Seattle. ,.„,,..    a
.,   Van t. Seattle....... ..W.M   '
Frellkl per Mn, AM   ,
Special rates to merchants.       aplOtc
A Private College!
—--FOB	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL REOPENED AT
BOSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. C.
—ON*—s   '
MONDAY, AUGUST. 16, 1886.
THE   Bl'IIiWNQ   HAS   15 J^t_
Rooms ind Is woll furslsbed with
rcKlsler grates, bath rooms, Ac. Ac.
Excellent opportunities ror all kinds of
liealtliftilexereliieK, including boating and
bnthlng. . _. ..
Pupils will be made most comfortable
anil tlieir general welfare carefully con*
Sltll'-l'tl.
A COMPITENT.STAFF OF INtTIUOTOn
'-Excellent facilities will bo aftbrded for
Instruction In Engllsk, I'MnmcreUl,
Clansleal nnd Nader. Uainat.Bub.Mts,
wltb iMlmmentnl Mme.
Appllorillon Forms, References aud full
Intormnllon furnished by
j   BEV.0. J. BBffitT0N.il. A„
New Vfasraiii-TU,
JuneO, 1888. ..lil.l dwjlyatc
Re-Opening!
JS. MANSON,
iBidut Tailor!
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
,\IW0Kt9l
Mckenzie  street,
First Door to tho Right from Columbia
Street, nnd will have always dn hand
a full assortment of
AND AT REASON AbLE PRICES.
A PKRFEQT  FIT
Guaranteed In Every Caw.
doeSte ., ■ ii
laxtfiUJOp YJiA.q 3HT
MONUMENTS
niHS tlNDERSIONED HAS REEN AP-
1 pointed agent In British Celnmhla for
these beautiful monuments.. Full pnrilc
ulnrs as to prices nnd designs on application. CHAS..I. ROBSON,
COLUMBIA STBEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—wronus 1Kb mulus nt—
Boeles,
Stationery,
:iyfn iM-tiWW* 'i.miw •
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
IIT
■     ■ -II  I'tfjfliiv.'rfl ,!«)»**.f3    .
Ilewspi.per^":r;'"";;:,,;
Magazines,
:.'T.oys,v.etC4--
The Largest Stock on the Main
land,   and  second  tqno
House in Britiih Co.
lumbia.      ' ;,
 SOLI-AOKNTS FOIt-*-
The Henry F. Miller Pi&no,
.■■..,;,,'    ot itofti, ■
The Dominion
Ol Kowmsnvlll., Out,
And sgwts tor all; tbe Iwdlaf AiMrlcao
& ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RBU»trWHTli
On the premlsM, u nsa% and -Jtmpl,
w at any oHm sstaMWurmt ia th.
P«vl«M.
—AGKNTS   »Ok—
Cwiladmttm Ut» Aiwranet Co..
Norlh Britiih and MereanUle Flr«
InwrMM Co.
—At«ts lot Fint-flU» - -
nu ut mmm m
iHirnxs uenm.
•KIM, MtKTVlV ti.
mis or sti.ii,
cmtoi uouar. tutu.
diuiM.ruii.Kong,
,"' onus, uutirra,
And all kinils of Blank Hooks and Blai Ji
Forms on hand.
—All th. Lesdlng—
NEWSPAPERS
-AHD——
PERMOIbALS
K-^ularly nraived. Bubscriptloiis taksa
(orany Publication at owast rates.
m W. Import dirwt Urn aawihi,,.
tarers, and ou_M b. aadoTMM fat (kit
Provlno.. '!
T.R. 1-EAH80N 4 00..
OOtDMBU  8Ta*_|T,
How Wootninotor, I. O.

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