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Array Hon A EB Davie
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, R 0., THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY. IS, 1887.
$>til|! glritish Columbian
Try-p
TtaraiUy areatal, Jam
■HH.
The Boara of Sup^rvifcol Weat
cheater ooiinty, "New York, has
adopted a resolution whioh, in effect,
provides for the drowning df tramps
who rafose to work. Tho resolution provides for the erection of a
building containing compartments
that can be flooded with water, to
the depth of six feet. To these
cells tramps are to be committed
aiid -a stream 'ot^vVatti'-'tuftleo' on.
The victim who scoops out this
water will save his life; that one
who refuses wid drown, unless he
be a giant in height, - ! .This it not a,
joke, either, for the puhlio: or the
tramp, as the resolution was adopted
by a vote of 14 to 8.—Louisville
CowrierJ6iirnal.
Sister Colombo, a nun in a Catholic institution at Temiscaraingue,
Ont, has caused' a* great'sensation
by marrying, a young man named
La Ferried.' itapi^itf^Gouifc
La Ferriere was in the lialiit of frequently visiting the institution in
whioh Sister Colombo lived, to see
a young tefva'rii girl employed there,
nnd to f^jiorji '^/PpJsj'^ iS*1*
paying great attention. Subsequent
eveuts have proved that the young
woman in question was only a blind,
as all the- correspondence between,
La Ferrier and Sister Colombo passed
through her hands. Archbishop
Duhamel, on hearing 'of her arrival
at Ottawa, wrote to her asking her
to call at his palace, but in reply
she wrote that if his grace'wanted
• to see her he would Bnd her with
her friends. Additional interest
has been given to Uie romance by
two of her sisters, who liad also
taken the veil, leaving the convent
and returning to the world.—Post.
It is stated that owing to the unsatisfactory state of tbe Queen's
health the Prince of Wales has
abandoned the idea of paying a
visit to Australia this year, and
consequently of making n trip over
the Cinitlimi Vucille Railroad. This
announcement) if confirmed, will lie
received with very general regret.
It is iiow«jptn«) Jweaty-liya yenrs
since the '-ftijieW of .Wales was in
Canada, and since that time tho
scattered ooloniei of those days
have wonderfully developed, a great
confederation has been formed, anil
the C-inadiaiv/Northwest has practically sprung into existence. Ily
means of the colonial exhibition
and othat. sources oi information
His ltortl Higlnou hot doubtless
been able to correct many erroneous
impressions gleaned from his lirst
visit, but a second fisitation would
perfect his views, while 'the' attention paid to the country, and its resources by reason of his journeyings
through It oould Mf fail i» have a
most beneficial effect from an advertising standpoint.—Manitoba Sun,
"John A. i*daodonald is politically,
a dead man," shouts Qritism after
its triumph iit Ontario. Tliia.urap-
turous, but premktiir*. 'Ei'ftorien'oe
proves that the vote.of Ontario may
go one way iu a provincial, anil the
other in a Doiuin:on elootion. It
would not I* very surprising were
Sir John Macdonald, a few months
hence, to sweep the province as triumphantly ns hit enemy sweeps it
now, if he oiin only offer the people
something that. they, really want.
A prinoipal cause of the-defeat of
the provinoial Conservatives was
their poverty of leading men, Some-
thins also was done by the gerrymander, whiah rhr«tl|e Doininibn
eleetion would be on the other side.
Still, it does appear that the enthusiasm whieh greeted Sir John on
more personal,and less, indicative
of political, hold upon .the country
than hii,followers.,'imagined, It
certainly was hot called forth by
the politjoaloonteVits of his speeches
Tha Conservatives have undoubtedly
to look to the near future, and tq
consider how: and.',on what bisis,
when Sir John has withdrawn from
Sublio life, their government is to
a rwowrtructed.p^ Among'! other
things they must'hear iti mind that
their party has hitherto been a One-
man power; that principles or questions will have hereafter to take
tht place of personal influence, and
that, while, the one man not unnaturally prefers personal dependents,
wmttimtt not of the highest order,
reconttruotion will require the sup-
fi UBttpM
■ nm  ■  '   i
A. MaybM, U.rchant, Warkworth,
wrlU.1 I hav* sold asm. hundrads of
battles of Dr. Thomu' BoUotric Oil, and
ft "1 BmW'f*(l ity '"} *# "oss.ot
the best madlolne. they hav. «•« uwdi"
it hat don. wonders in hailing end re-
TyWOLF SMITH, M.D.
OFFICE—Clarkaon Blreet, opposito roar
entrance of Colonial Hotel.
OFFICE HOims-10 a. 111. lo 13 noon; 9
lo 9| and 0:90 to S p. m. duoiote
T  M. HACLBAK, D. A., ST. D., 0. H.
.OFFICE: MciKonile Stroet, neat door to
DrlllShed.
RESIDENCE: Asnes street, third house
front Mary street
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 12; 2 to 6; «:80 to8.
d-doljto	
H
H. COOPBR, B. A., M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
"WkV door to Farther.1 Home), near
-   ColumblaBt., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOURS*-*to 10a. m.| ltoSand
O) to a p. m. Calls in town and ooun-
I  ' try promptly attended to. few)
Tvn. F. WELSH.
!    DENTIST,
Colonial Hotel,
New Westmlnsler, B. C. apHJtn
riOKBOCLD at MeCCU,
,      BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETO
OfOee, Hekensle Street, New Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. O. Jy8ldwte
W.'
NORHAH DOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Laud Agent Money to Loan.
Colnmbia street,
a'eSto New Westminster, B.O.
/ t*PT. PITTESJDIUOH,
LVND AGENT, *C, 40
d-dello
McKensle Street N. W.
a    II. HOW8B,
A,. Formerly Howse, Hill * Rlckman,
hen. In niinouiiiie that ho will resume bus-
-Ineaia.
Survryur. steal Enlale Hraker and
Cttveyaaeer
■ On and after tlio Slat Instant  Offloe, N.W
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St, Port Moody.
aelflto
m J. TBAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Oolumbia Street,. .....New Wa.tmln.ter
Ml commission* will receive prompt
and careful nflenttoli. Rest references
tri ven when required. j mhl2-t«
W.D.FERRIS,
UXD, BOffSS ui SEXUAL IM
item antl Debt collector.
RISVXK.tL UOOD VARUS FOR 8ALK.
Alien, r.r the TBAVCUB'S LIFE aad
U< IUKVT Ijm.lsUMIE CoMFAXY,
ilnrtreril. Conn.
,., OFFICE:-Ferrls Slreet, New Westminster, telle
Wooli,Tnir-ftBuUi
n   LAND SURVEYORS,
■§en£< Estate, Insurance and
Commission Ancnls,
FIKE. LIFE, ACCIDENT a MARINE INtURANOI
A OOLUMBIA STREET,
Sr\
Telephont .tl. SKW WtnTBUSTO.
delate
PITT *Y CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
•■'I'" -Ann—
General Commission Ag'te
VANCOUVER; B. a.
W,'
<H
LOANS,^BGQTUTm
RAND BROS.
MAI. ESTATE BROKBBI,
Con.eyn.eer., O.ll.sl.re,
, , And InanrMM. A(.Bta,
om.es at VJOTOftJA:Fort«t.et, ■:.
NBST WBUfMINSTBRi Comer
MoKensle and Clarkaon Sta,
"" VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for aale In all aectlona
of Vancouver auir-New Westminster City.
FARM LANlia of superior ooallty for
.ale,,at Ctnillwhaok, port Hammond,
Lan»ley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mod Bny, Lad-
nor's Landing, Lulu lalnnd, worth Ana
.ipil piltItlver. ■      ■ '■
Map. and Plana exhibited nnd the fullest Information fnrnlahedatallourofnoe.
feme
COLUMBIA 8TRKFT,
-Qppoalte 0 P R Depot
A First-lass Hotel
0|AROESJ400iRATE.
r. 0, BlbUOKAlTX, .  Traprlrlor.
iljarie
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • V1CT6WA.
jtoaixrxs TOB
North British and Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON * CO.,
36 Fmabury Circua,
London, E. C.
PAVILION
THIS WELL-KNOWN ROLLER RINK
will be opon as follows:
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 In tbo afternoon,
and 7:80 to 10 In the ovening.
Aimlsslaa t Gentlemen 15c.; Ladles
free.  Use of Hkateit, 26c.
Penona wishing to secure the Rink for
■elect skating parties can do so on application.
WINTEMUTE, CALBICK A CO.
 dnol2te	
THE CLARENCE
Corner Y»tei«fc Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK Q. RICHARDS, Jli
LESSEE
mOURlBTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
-l class In evory respect tally sup-
■lied wllh ull I'onreuicmres or Madera
Hotels. New and Elegant In all Its Appointments.  Prices Moderate
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Guests.
WNo pains will be Miami by the management to make this Hntel pleasant and
attractive. doc'itc
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
(DAY OR NIGHT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board by the Day or Week.
Under tlie present management everything will be found first-class, and prices
are extremely low.
dnotm.3 E. II. UARKER, Prop.
W. H. BURNS,
Corner Colombia and Dtaekle Sts,,
Oppoilte ('. P. H. Slatlon.
nr.Ai.En im
Choice Groceries, Provisions.
Clothing, Men's Boots & Shoes
The Htock ts new, was bought nt bottom
prices and will be sold FOR CASH at a
great redaction- on prices charged elsewhere lu R 0. djailms
THOS.  OVENS,
MANCr'ACTURKR OP
Bugles, Carriages,
All Kinda of Machinery, l'att-nt Locks,
Safes, Sewlne Macliinea, kc, kc,
Repaired,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Us brunches.  Farmonr, Loiuent*
Mill and Contract Wnrk; Agricultural
Implements, andeveryMi(tiff In tbo
blacksmith line iamb; toorder.   '
Having secured flrsMuwi workmen, *m
teel confident of giving snttsractlon.
■ar Horse-shoo) iik a spec I titty.
dw-JlySltc]   Columhia Ht., New Vftmr.
Wm.Ross
BOQTiSHOE
f^-ssLoie.
JUST ARRIVED!
$15,000 STOCK
From tho prinoipal Homes of Germany,
Franc Great Britain, the United
Statu and our great Dominion,
600 LINES KEW OH HAND.
CAU. AND SEE MY   STOCK BR-
",      FORK YOO PURCHASE.
I'O tl Ml BkOei, Irom Mc upward..
Fell * Bibber flood. * Yam-Tim
of all kind..
Iildlfl' 18eM»' rillppi-ri fur Xmw—
', th. lov.ltut uver ,«eii,
! 8J Linen of lMHr>', Ml.»f»' k Child.
rt'itN llool., ,
|      WM. ROSS.
< nliinllll Uulll Jl|"«k. i UIIIHili H .-.
i '..I        i|#niil(lil<
Monumental
ALEX.  HAMILTON
LORNE IT., Wf. COURT HOUSE,
T& PBEPABED  TO   KURNISH   ALL
X  kinds of Inmillt Work.
Specialties ln Scotch Granite and Ilnllan
Marble.
Rough and Pine Stono for Buildings,
Agent for ■olltf. •rum.nl.l Ptasler
W.rk.
Designs seon at Doin,pHter»s8I100 Store.
P. O. Box 135, Nc. We.tmln.lci.   ilnome
Look Herel
TF VOt) 'VANT TO  MAKK  A KIOE
XMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
Tn ti friend or relative, 8" down to STIR*
HKY'Snnd look at some of those rxlrn-
ordtanry barmlH* In
liadlea* and OentlemcnN fltiltl and
Silver Wutihes,  (lialns,
Ihariufi. cleM oir.
Or If ynu*»iini n useful ormtmont for your
house, examine those beautiful H>duy
striking Uoelm. with eutbedra) gongH,
lie Is selling nt IlOTTOJI PIIICES.
FineWftfchBepulrlniEn Hpeetslty, nnd
good workmanship gunmhwM.
«V Remember  the   place-tho "Blue
Storo."
dwnuSyl Columbia St., New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
iitiiae Xi.-sr)
**      ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Takeu at Rates
as Low as any ether
Reliable Coinp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
1I1.C. S.iP.Co.) AOENT.
W.R. AUSTIN,
keral Merchandise!
A Urge Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS OS HAND.
*£Za*jr and. jFeed
WIIOI.KSALE AND UKTMI,.
WOOD AM, COAL DEUVt:lli:U TO
xst rmT tr Tne,in.
Werlllilv.i!*lii;;'-Hiliill.v,ext-(-i,lSiiniliij-s
tii Porl Moody, currying H.M.S. miills.
Ai mi M.inor iii-titl-tii-ivitsusi'il wcciin by
Ibinperutt1 linliils unit careful ei-onomy
Mrv. tliu imhllfl nt espi-clally low lutes.
ilwseWlc
CHARLES MURRAY, come and see i
I'l.AHKSON STREET,
Vpp. Ki'ilKiry OBltc, Nnw Wcit'r.
Bouii Sip aid Oruetnitl Ptinti&f,
'APtmUHGINC, uJum, tUltOKMIM.At.
WALL PAPER.
The laigest assortment of Wall Paper
in the Cily. iimiprtHlnu newest patterns,
always on liimii at boitom prices. Ham*
pics oh view nt T. It. I'eurnoii A Co.*s
Store,.Columbia fit. I*mwr liniijglMK nt
specially low rates. ■ dsolilto
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTUBEBS AND DEALEHSII
AM, KINDS OF FURNITURE, i
REMOVED
*»-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darvy,
Columblastreet,
Call and examine our stock and prices
oefore buyinp. We can't be UNDEU«U»
ln thc city. Itepalrlncofall kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO & CO.
P. PEEBLES.
J. W. HECKLEY
Peebles § Heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS'SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—ASD—
UPHOLSTERERS.
Spring nnd Wool Mattreuei aad
Bedding always oa hand.
HAVE ON RAND THE
Li4KttK.T-.tNn RRHT STOtK OF »|H
sntHK OS IHK MAINUNB.
HHrdnara.lleilrtMiM  MMes.   In   Anil,
Cherry, Wninwl, er SUhugaay.
Kh; inmii-K for offlce aud Btore Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
cuvukoiI *by the firm, who are now pre*
F mi red in do all hindH of work in the up*
lolstcry Hue. djly3to
GUNSMITHS.
GUNS, RIFLES,
REVOLVERS
Of All Dr««rlpll««s.
Miij Mi.    Sintnj bim
POWDER AND SHOT
(AM, KI.VD8I.
CARTRIDaSS,SHELL8AM,
REL0ADINQ TOOLS,
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
«r All Mall -irilrr. will kf ami «•.».».
W..rC|l- 1IH-I-HI. llll.ll mail, nr UN.
H.rli.tiil niiytnlna la tlir Hiirannlrul
ll.r. All»uikmi-ruu,i-vil. Uunnlliins-
■te or li	
wn-U.
uti-iit-t'iltitti I. tri it. thr dar ,r
.1 l.,i. it ml. r.r i:lrr.
diKNKii nii'iirii *(01,1'jiiii.i hts,
NEW   WSSTMINST6R.
nip \eo Una -tan-, illmSli'
Gas Fitting!
Tho Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
&c, now on hand.
|y Orders may De left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
d-jlyailfl - MANAOEK.
 SsreSabJEL ^
NOTICK IS HGRKnV GIVEN THAT
Ikl liuj-M after dntc wu Intend nnikliiK
iippllcatlnn tothe Chief ConiiiiNnlonernf
IdindH and Works for a leaitu for limber-
illg uurpiwes of ilje follmvliiK described
lanui in coiiHt'Dfttrlet:
,(l.) Cuninii'ivliiK nt a stake net ut the
JlemTlf Sidney Way ou Weat shore of
Loughborough Inlet; thence West l«i
chnins, Mouth 100 chains, Kast lo Northerly shore lino of Beaver Creek; thenoe
Easterly following shore lines of Beaver
Creek and Sidney Bay to point of commencement, oxdurdvo of the Indian Re*
serve contained therein; said desoribed
trnut containing about one thousand
acres,
(2.) Commencing at the North West cor*
ner of the claim already applied for by
OianddesorlbetlnsTraelHfo,3 In an advertisement Inserted by us In the "Britiih
Columbia Gaxelte," dnted November ISth,
A. 0.1888; thence West. 40 chains, North
40 chains, East 40 chnins, North to shoro
llneof u small lake: thenee along South
shore line thereof, Easterly to tho North
East end thereof, ihenee East 40 ehains,
Houth toshore line of Hemming Bay Lake;
thence Southwesterly along lako to a
point due South of where the last South
course as aforesaid Intersects said lake;
thence South 40 chains, West 40 chains,
more or less, to the North Enst corner of
leiihe applied for November liith, A, D.
188(1, as aforesaid.
Kew Westminster, B, C, Deo. S3,1886,
ltOYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[ Limited 1
d-ilc£4ml     John Hfni.by, Manager.
H
W. H. HOLDKN,
AVINO  TAKEN  POSSESSION OF
 the "Temperance House," fronting
on Columbia and Churoh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate ihe traveling public
ot the following rates:
Board per day.. „ , fl oo
"     "  week  „ 5 00
Slnxlf Meals.     __,
Beds ', , «..     25
M.O,ood accununodatlon for Ladles and
families, mydlc
c, Mcdonough
HAVINO  TAKEN
Lnndbonj'8 Bnlldlng, Front 81.
(Formerly ncropled ky Kyle A Tllton),
is mow ki:adv
to serve bis customers and everybody
with as good a stook as a man wants to
select from.
Dry Goods. CMceriea, Pravlslois,
Crockery, ttlassware. BmUi tlie*
Como and seo tbo new place, and let ni
know what yon thick of IL
dwoclOic C. MODONOUGH.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN * DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental Trees*
■ Ladner's Landing, b. O.
1KB SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
. form the people of British Columbia
_ _,at he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to All
all orders fur Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
&e. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wlHhes of customers. The
subscriber hus hud a thorough practical
training in the l-u-dness, and having a
permanent stake In the country It Is his
Interest to deal fairly witli tlie public He
will wait upon the various' towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will bave
his personal attention.
aul2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
ffii
DSTOTiOB.
A LL ACCOUNTS DUE THE UNDER-
J\ signed to Mm end of the year must be
settled bythe 15th of January, 1687,and
all tmrtlns hnving contra account! will
please hand them hy snmo dnte, so that
we enn bnlnnnn our hooks.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster, Doc. 2Mb, 1888.    d-de20
NATHANIEL DYSON.
INFORMATION RKOMtDING THE
I whereabouts of Nathaniel Dyson (Into
uf I'lntli-rvlHo, Wlwonsin) who is Mip*
iv we | tn luivii rinf.ni hint winter 111 New
wcitmlni'f"r,w|ii I'etli nkftiPy i*"C.f'lvwl
l.v 1. ». KI-HKIt, Bunk of H. O, New
Wi'HiiHhiHlei*. dw-de'Wte
PAOIFIO
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA BTREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NOW ON HAND, A LOT OF
HlelKhs, callers,
Bamtles.
riintona,
Democrat, Express
and Farm Wagons.
Also, H lnrue stock nf nnssi', I'.rrlaj.,
wm.., ... »iriiu a.tnl.1.
All i»T wliluh will lio said CHEAP KOII
CASH.
il-.losiu- REID & CURRIE.
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Xetrl) Oppuslle ihe ColonUI Hotel,
NEW WESTM1N8TKR.
n'HE LAHGE8T AND   CHOICEST
A.   tuortmsiit of ill dcacriptlon. of
MEATS, AND VEGETABLES
Cimstwtly oo buirl, uid aupplled to Fun.
flln, RwUmwU, ud StwmboUs tt tk.
LOWEST lOafilBLE PP.1CES.
IbIhI
-jstoticb.
OT1CB IK HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
„, npplleatfitiiwlli <-e mnde to tlio l,cg-
jslatlve Assembly of the Province at llrltlsh Columbia, at its ni'M M-dslfin, forim
Act hu'irpomllng the ii|i|i1inuiits with
suflleleiit. mwenj to entihlt; them to reclaim certain lunds ultuntc In the District
ot New Westmlniter In the Province of
British Columbla,whlch may be descrihed
as all those tracts of manh and meadow
land irthiK subject to overflow^and Isolated
Kitloimof upland comprised within the
undarlea of the snme, bounded as follows, vis.:
First, Westwardly and Northwardly by
Pitt River and Lake; Southwardly Ly Fra
■erRlver; and Enstwardly by the ninlii uplands of Townships 6, l£ and .2, of Group
One, New Westminster District.
Second. Enstwardly by Pitt. Kiver and
Lnkc, nnd Westwardly nnd Northwardly
by the coquitlam River and the upland
o! Townships 89,40, nnd 41. of Oroup One,
In New Westminster District aforesaid,
and Southwardly by (he Fruser River.
And fur Imposing chant**-* or assessments upon such of the mil il lauds ns mny
have been granted by the Thrown, proportionate to the benefit which mny be derived therefrom, to satisfy the cost thereof, upon such terms nnd subject to such
conditions as maybe Just and for enabling the applicants to acquire and hold
any suoh lunds whether granted tor tbe
crown or not, upon suoh terms and conditions as shall seom' Just,
Dated at New Westminster the 23th day
of November, 1886,
CORBOULD A MoCOLL,
d-deSwfl Solicitors for Applicants,
NUMBER 10
FOR JS ALE.
fllHIJ I.RARE, FIXTURES ANP STOCK
X or that well-Known Varlttj storv
next th. Holbrook Houso, Front Direct,
Piano for Sale.
AN UPHIOHT J.OCTAVE BOW) PIA.
NO, In flrst-class order; lum oecn In
use only, short time.  Fur particulars
apply at T. B. Pearson's Bonk siore.
 d |a8»2
Farm for Sale!
AN IMPROVED FARM FORSALE
_t\ cheap, nnd ou easy tenns, with or
with—•■■--•- ■-
without tin* Btock.
M. NICHOMOK,
Mount Lehman P. O.
FOR   SALE
ONE-HALF INTERK8TIN llif-I.ANO-
ley Saw and Planing Hill: mill 111
good onler. For particular, apply on the
premises to _\. WEST,
Or, Mes«rs. CllAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc A HELUCKKN, Victoria.
SPAN J1AUK BAY MAItES, I and fi
year, old) good traveller.: wore alnglc
don'-,-
For Sale!
or double.
I Bay Mane* 8 years old f works single or
doable; nice ladles' or wills' saddle home;
very gentle.
1 f-seated B*fw; I springs; nearly ne-w.
SUsmf TlMamyllay on North Arm,
Fraser river.
tSMIs.taHMiB«i. Blulf-bMi* tmll ,
BalnwBeltlM.
Also-«u ap« •>*w*mtalh ialOMt ta
CHy Water Cmuii*.
W.J.FRENCH.
New West,, Nov. llth, 1888.       dwaoISto
VJk.XmVJk.mXmZ
FOK SJtJXJEl
rE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS  FOR
Bale his
Lot. with 8-roomed Dwelling Houw,
Situated on Columbia Street, next the
Roman Catholic Churoh. Comprises lane
Drawing. Dining, Bed Rooms, and Kllch*
en; Pantry, Scullery, Bath Room, and
Wash House; Three-stalled Stable. Bay
Loft. Carriage House, and ex teMstvo wood
sheds, ftc. Plentiful supply of .good
Spring Wator. Lawn, Flower nnd Frnlt
Gardens; splendid view, healthy local ion;
very suitable for n luntc fumily.
Applyto
d-de2tc HENRY V. EDMONDS;
MI88   ANNIE   HOMER  WIM    UE-
open the Schoulon Bia itwomi -it.
merly taught  hy MIns  Wit-     ■  nn
■saday Uw ink Inst.. I'iKther ,. -iilou-
lars on application. ' '     ' i;.iiii.o
Laud Registry Ordlnanctv 1S70
Ul t, Btock 5. New Weslnilwiler t«k-
■rbs.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Thomas McKay Lumbly
baa been lost or destroyed, an application
has been made for a duplicate thereof:
Notice Is therefore hereby given that a
fresh Certificate of Title will tie issued tn
lieu of that co lost or destroyttd.-unlem
causo be shown to the contrary within
one month froni the date hereof.
R, W. ARMSTRONG,
. Deputy Registrar
Land Registry Ofllce,
Sew Westminster, 81st Dec,, 1880.
ilileMml ■*
D.'uohtira gf hitunUp.
OTICE 18 HERERY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore subsisting
 reen us, the undersigned, as farmers
and stockralsers on Lulu Inland, B. Cm
has been this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owtuc to tha aaid partnership are to be pntd to Edward A.
Sharpe, and all claims against thesald
partnership are to benrcseule I tp the said
Edward A. Sharpe, by whom the same
wilt he settled.
Dated NewWestminster, RO,this7th
dny of Junuary, A, D. 1887.   _
E. A. HHARPE,
THOMAS PAINE.
Witness: AhthcuK.Radd.      dwjaiowl
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TO-—
A. DIEBEL'8
FRONT STREET, Otr. C. P. N. WllAlir.
dJ.Bp«
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   ROYS  WANTED AT
onco to sell the Pally iToluniblnn,
Apylr.l This 0«'n: daiiHtc
l¥eo Nu lo his own Basinet
^..   LPESOJBS.'
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&DRU66IST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(I'l-l-   COU1NIAI IIOIILI.
.NKW   WESTJUN8TER,   B. C.
rbrrirliM' Pre«trl»ll,». »4 hall) Kcclprs > SprcUllf.
X   II. - Only Ocnuln. Drug. iM,
Orer incutv veara'eiperienc.    mrS*.
Public Notice
k WntoiuUr hi Itouy.
milK UNPERRIGNED (THANKA TO
I Ihe kludnesH ond permission of the
Mnynr iniit Oaf Connbin two weeks ago
rc-'ipi-iicd ihe Public Library,and lakes
this opportunity to oft'tr nn Invitation to
rcH:deniP of New West minster to pay him
a vl- it, papers And Maurnslnes fmm all
d'rcctlnns nre received for patroM and <
vixltftnsand more will be added lav
n'ii**on»Mi» Mipport    is obtained.
in esse a
iniiwi*s,',Ae'„ arc"paiil ftirtnadVahee."TBlS''
tiM'ins nm Sn cent* ti month, la adwwioe. i
will nmnunt to atmiitleontsaday.ortha
.■...i ..r..f..M-ij*nr fnrsvveo 'Isysperwleston
to see news from all over the whrld.and
elcgnnt iwioks which mny be chwuad
every -Jtlmnixl Thero Is no compulsion
iiboutthls.hut those who baltave Ini«t-
tlnglnnmof the rain nnd who cAneuoy
ii.lecoiitnrewiUdnnhiltiMappTeclatttBfs
lustltuilnn. l«dlm and strannra ara tne,
sndniihilean nil the piilUwi^ohaHWe In
Itlne Ribbon will come forward at awa
nnd join this attractive aMr. holh for
their own credit and that ofotheaa. Coma
one,come nil, and yon will be attendad w
i.y ono who can soap all classes,vli.i
Yours Respectfully,
HENRY W. HUQHKS.
New Weat. Aug.», IUH, ' daMMe '       ' ■«»   I.T -__—m—mwm
NEW ADVERtlSEMENTS THIS DAY.
t-'inauoial Statement W. J. Walker
iitilu friiiBh delambisn
Thursday Evening, mwttiwy 13,4087.
During the past twenty years
there have been 99,709 miles of railway constructed in the United
States. It nay; (airly be doubted
if any other, country on the face of.
the earth is able to present suoh
evidence of development nnd enterprise. In these 20 years the great
est mileage built in any one year
was 11,588 miles in 1882. The
next year it fell to 0,841; in 1885
there were only .1; 131 miles built,
but last year the mileage amounted
to 8,010. Considering our population and wealth as compared with
those of the United States, we have
done more proportionately in Canada than they have done, in the
States during the past ten years in
the way of railway building, but
we have not at hand figures to show
the exact number of miles constructed,
Few people, perhaps, have a correct idea of the circumstances of
the campaign: now going on in Burmah. At tlie present time the British force in that country consists
of some 40,000 fighting men. This
force is made up of 10 battalions of
European' infantry, 4 regiments" of
native cavalry, 800 mounted infantry, 9 batteries of artillery, and a
quantity - of elephant and mountain
guns. This is a larger force than
was sent against the Mahdi. When
Burmah was annexed, the world
wu informed that the whole coun
try was i ready i and i anxious- to get
away from the old regime and come
nnder British rule. But this declaration must have been made with
out a proper knowledge of the circumstances, fpr ever since the annexation there has been a powerful
party engaged iin active warfare
against the conquerors. Great Brit-'
ain may find--her new acquisition
more eostly to maintain than it was
to take in the first instance.
The Great . Northwestern Telegraph Co, has failed to pay the last
dividend due stockholders of the
Montreal Telegraph Co., whose lines
it leased sodfeVyears ago. In an interview lately Mr; Ernstus Wiman,
of New '-York, president of tha
Northwestern, stated that his company hod experienced great loss
from the competition of the O.P.R.
telegraph system. When the bill
incorporating t|f C. P. R. Oi. was-
before parliament, he said, it was
never contemplated that the com
pany would establish lines for commercial purposes or enter into competition with other companies; - The
charter was supposed to provide a
line only,for toe company's own
business. 'Mr. Wiman says that no
existing company is in a position to
compete successfully with the C.P.R.
lines for'general business, and un
less parliament interferes there will
very soon be only one telegraph
company in-Canada, and that will
be the 0. P. R! With theexcep-
tion of the, large cities, of which
there are only a few, there is not
business anywhere in Canada that
will  support   two  rival telegraph
offices.            \\(vti     »*j    -   •.!/-iv
 ■■iy-.w......    -'   	
California is making rapid advances in fruit culture, and the product of her vineyards and orchards
for 1886 is wonderfully large. In
addition to the fresh fruits raised,
canned and dried fruits bave lieen
packed very extensively. No less
than 703,000 boxes raisins were put
up last year- in the atate, aggregating
14,060,000 pounds. Among the
other frujts.dried were ligs 150,000.
lbs., prunes 2,0o6,OVJ0 lbs., peaches
750,000, plums 500,000. Of nuts
the state produced. 750,000 lbs, wul-
nuts, 600,0001ns-. almomls;«md-27fv
000 lbs. peanuts. , The honey product was 6,800,000 lbs. In the article of liorieji British Columbia
ought to be a productive field, and
we hope the time is not far distant
when we shall be putting, up thousands of boxes of dried and canned
fruits and iiuts for'export. We
have hod ample opportunity for
testing th* Auk-growing capacity of
the provinco, and it is admitted On
all hands that in this respect there
ia nothing to fear. Nut trees ought
to be equally fruitful, and we hope
•ome of our farmers will jive a fair
trial to *^-_&im fast mitj,
be profitolny'rala**' for the' market.
Independent, journals in .the east
are pointing out the unhappy results of party-strifo in politics. The
party neuropil* are no less un-
acropuloia in the .employment of
weapons against thoso who ure opposed to -them than are the politicians. -Men are blackened until
their oty*^tt*S,.'o*eo!».ei painted in
■uch colors at would exclude them
from all ;i*aWi*,of trust and all
decent •***# ,1***» are doubtless
very l^niWiwfjng pwliMnentary
cAtmsmmM^^^:
oiles, but • «todc.rio> belier* all poll-
tloM.ni jWitobYiJltsSttAOtMsm
why they ihoioldnbtbe there. Party
newspaper, fa mt W^W"*?
poncrTbTjlMIt-/ of thr dt*b'*Mfc
which they are chnrged, and the
accusations are made in many cases
purely for party advantage. The
abuses of party warfare have been
importer): into this province, and we:
are «orry to perceive tliat somo British Columbia newspapers have shown
wonderful aptitude in imitating the
bad habits of their eastern eoteni-
poraries in this respect; but there is
a steady growth of independent
public sentiment wliich promises,
much for the future.
AMIWU TH«  WARMESS AllVOCATESof
tlie use of Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure aro ladies
formerly in delicate With, whose vigor
and bodily regularity have been restored
by it. Coses of debility of long standing!,
cfll'onlc bilionsDCSH, weakness of the baok
old kidneys, feminine ailments, and obstinate types of nervous indigestion are
overcome hy it Lj
WANTED.
a GIRLS TO LEAItN TAILORING,
tf       Apply to
djallts D. DRYSDALE A CO.
1TOTJOB.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUB THE CITY
Boot and Shoe Store, -'A. R. Dempster, Manager," are payable at the store
ot JAMES ROUSSEAU.
January Uth, J887. dJalMS
Brown Leghorns.
THREE   THOROUGHBRED   BROWN
Leghorn Cocks for Bale.  These are
fine young birds, nud they are offered at
very low prices.  Apply nt this office.
 . . ,,.&Qag8to      ,.   ;,	
TENDERS FOR BUILDINGS.
TENDERS ADDRESSED TO THE UN-
dorslgnsd will lie received up to 4 p.
m. on Hatunlny the IMh Inst,, for Iho
erection of an
Hotel st North Bend,
Also, tor the erection of a
Freight Shed >t Vancouver.
Flans can bo seen and information furnished nt the Engineers' ollice, Hastings,
Bnrrard Inlet.
, 1    ,r H. ABBOTT, Supt.
' Port Moody, Utri Jan., 1887.      dwjaiotd
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found In every home,
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1S13.     QPIPJ     18861
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paptir^-overy number being MoarMitfmllr
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will certainly not suller fnmi extensive
improvements In the artistic department.
The price of Grip will hereafter be $) a
year, which Is lower timn Unit of any
paper of ils Itlnd in A merlon,—mostof
them sclltnn for $*>. ftinjflo numben of
Grip will be lo cents. '
Twice a ycnr.at Midsummer and Christ-
mas, a beautiful special number will bo
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parti cnl ars of which will lie given In preceding Issued, Thete numbers will he
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Change of Business!
11HE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR-
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business of Archie Burnt., corner Oolumbia A Blackie Sts,, and Ih prepared to supply the public with flr»t-cluHs Groceries,
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A call Kotlcltcd.
dno20tc : W.K.BURNB>
Burns' Anniyersary!
mHK ANNIVERSARY of Scotland*
X Bard will be celebrated on itio evening of ,,,
January the 25th, 1887.
—   WITH A	
GRAND BALL
—-"-"ATTHE—■•• '
DRIXiXi   ,    SHED
Held under the Auspice* of the
OiledonUti * 61. Andrews* Society.
TICKETH (admlttinK Uuiy and Gentleman to Ball and Hnnper), IB. TickulK can
bo obtained fmm cither of the following
commit tec :-'f. Mowat, Geo. Kootrtbon,
O. R. T. (Miiitiot'ii, d*de21td
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
(liintmil cc Capital,.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto; Canada
ahomeTomea^i
Thii Association merits the
confidence the Public is -reposing in 'if; (rom  the   following
:FAqrs^--;.,:    '.■;■•> ■;:  :
The di'curliy offered lo policy holders U
unaur|tawicd by any Company dolng-bwl*
uesn In Canada,"
It hiw no schemes ot Insurance, but the
wull-eHtiibliihcd linen, hence the policy
holder*, cunnot he misled an to their contracts.
' ItfifltatcmenUtotho public can lw readily understood, its cash. Htatemcnt nhow-
Ing every Item of income and how expended.      " ■ ....   :.     7 ,   iJ!    .-    .'   | U
Its posit lon IsiiKeertalnod annual ly from
a detailed valuation In which evory Item
of liability Is Inciuiled,
IU prouresH linu been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada,
IUpollcleiiare Indisputable after three
years, and non-forf el table after two years'
existence.
Ita proflts ate distributed upon nn equitable basis. The proflts to one class of
Eillcy holders nro not lessened to give
wer [profits to any other class, which
Sethoo affords superior advantages over
e uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Uki
ml Conditio** ns lo KrslilrHce unil
Ji k, MncDONAM), '
Manogfn? Director.
tf R* PEARSON & CO
' Anent., Sew We.tmlnsloi
js7/!iiin-nH»rn.l.-.
5SBE
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fralt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,  v
Small Fruits,
Anil GARDEN STOCK on liund In grout
Tm-loty.
Everj-ttillig fli-st-eliiss unit fiii-nlslieil in
flood sluiiio.
" '    Q.W. HENRY,    	
dw-dolOto Port Iliunmonil, B. O.
Yorick Club
THE COMMITTED  HAVE ARHANQ*
od that the meet Inn to be held on the
8th Day of February. 1887,
Shall be attended by lhe Members in
FANCY DRESS COSTUME.
AU Lady Members are requested to take
note of same.
E. M. N. WOODS,
d-de21-m 1 (Secretary.
UC1TISM
Wholesale and Retnil
DRUG GISTS I
New WutmlnRter, B. C.
mhlOte
WALSH'S
TAILORING
EMPORIUM
Columbia 8t„ New Westminster.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OURNE W
Fall nnd Winter Stook, we Invito to
speetlon of tho finest selection of
English. Scotch, (.rnuan. Fi'eneb,
and American
SUITINGS 1-^01
Ever shown ln New Wostmlnstflr.   For
a GOOD PIT nnd artistic style we defy
competition.
dnoSOlo THOS. WALSH.
TAMES
IMPORTER
New Westminster, B. C.
A Splenfli^ Slock,
Agricultural Implements
PAINTS, OILS,
Eflassware, Lamps,
CHAM0E^!;,Mi^
Wall Papers, Patent
Mjniney: J$|>e,
STOVES AND TINWARE
An Immense Awrtmcut in
iron Pipe; Brass Cocks
And all sorts .of Fittings.
•saa
■M: TJ STIOI "E9 j*a. Z. IT T2-
~-T^r Tf-
Westminster.
A
Statement of Balances, Receipts and Expenditure for thc
Year ending 31st December, 1886.
do.
do.
a wtox-stoxrto stock
Alwaya on Haml,
-luat Received, a Cholco Selection of
For Holiday Trade, whicli muat be
Bold before the New Year.
ttr The Public invited to como iu uml
inspect iny stock, nnd mnlco tlieir nur.
ctiiw., itw-ile17l.il
.'. .■.;■-''■'   jjEOBirts.  <:■.
Balances trotutsssi. ,    .
Bnnk B.O., Geu'l Aoot..,,H70 22
do.     . Special Deb.
jAcpt...™  15181
Firo Engine
Dob. Acct 507 88
Land Sales
Acet...„.„. U»l W
T)oin.SavlngsBiink,Flrc
Knglne Dub. Acct loon oo
Cash on hand ...,„...   81 411;
Ordinary Revenue:
Arrears or Taxes. 1811 41
City Taxes,  188s, Heal
Estate 4983 OS
City Taxes, 1888, Rental 81170
Road Tax 1850 oo
Cattle Tax     9 00.
Trado Licenses 0062 50
Water Frontage 1370 84
Sldownlks ,.   145 00
rolloo Court, Fines, to.. 1340 75
Debenture Interest, Ae.,
Itntos:
Special Deb. [I883J   000 00
Steam Fire Englnel 1884] 77185
Woollen Mill Deb.[18B5l 235 so
Railway Deb. [1885], 3039 63
DebcnturePrinclpntAoct:
Rullwuy Bonus Deb's...
Land Sales AoetV: -
Received for-Sale-'of
S 78*1 511
665773
88500 00
EXPENDITURE.
(ffia*:.;_ mn
8neon's Avenue    25 ft) ,
unnlngbam Street    09 50
Edinburgh Street.   loo 00
Provost Street 1611 lr,
Dallas Street,     15 on
Front Slreet 1646 45
Sidewalks ,.,.,„,-,„	
Street Llgbting, less 115
. reo'd for broken, lamp
New Westminster dasTo.''   '    .'
Salaries:—
Clly Clork 128181
.-Speoial Collectors    60 00
Constables (2) 1460 oo
Speoial Constables   121 00
- Lamp Lighter..  500 00
Police Magistrate.  562 60
City Barrister.  (00 00
Look-up Keeper.   720 50
Chain Gang Guard   103 00
Assistance In Offlco........    80 77
Work at the nro 1800
5794
104
Election Expenses....
Woollen Mill B'-
ly-law........
ilBlllg,	
By-laws AdvortL..
Fire Department...
Printing A Advertising...
Vancouver Relief Fund...
Miscellaneous Expenses.
Rant...; '.	
B. C. Agrlcl, Association.
Mechanics' Institute	
Telegraph Service.	
Look-up. , „ '
Polico Conrt.. ,	
Surveys, Maps, Ac,.;.....,,.'
Public Receptions	
Liabilities 1885	
Steam Ferry....	
tjeliehturo Interest Account
s' 511010
"175
976
822
297
921
196
311
500
000
825
807
143 S
612 9
UBS
IMI
185 0
100 0
882
902
209'
305
85
645
1407
1270
. Bi  ROGERS, A  URST-nLA.
Iraduato of ithe New-.BrunawsJ
lorpjt.1 MeSo'-l. will opene PrMrmeK, l,«
H.HnWml
Kncclnl Dcbenturci, 1883 m 00-
Stenm Klre Engine De*
hen tures 1884, fel.*., less
Dnm. HftvliiBH  Bank
Interem, $%M ».... 37» JK
ltalhvuy Bonus Doben-
turcn. 1885  870 41
'   *■•
Debenture Principal Acddunt:—
Special Debentures 1880,
Redeemed ;.'.   600 00
Fire Knglne Debentures
■    1884, Redeemed.*.......: 600 00
i  Hallway Bonus Debentures. 1685, RedeemtkLlOOOO 00
I
Land Sales Account, Payments:—
Right of Way 35997 17
Legal A other Expenses.
.   oTBalei*, etc '..,. 245816
Balances:—
BuukofftU.. Victoria,
Rollw'y Debonture Ac
Bank of kC.New Wart-
minster, Special Debenture Account  658 77
Bank of B.C., N.W. Flra
Engine Dob. Ao   067 21
Bank of B.C.N.WI Ball-
way Deb. Ao 8269 27
. Bank of  B.O.,  N.W.,
Land Sales Ac...... 1639 83
613160
BankofB.CHN.W.Gen.
orul Ao, Dr.   004 81
Dom.   Havings   Bank,-- ■    ■
Fire Entrlno Deb. Ac...
Cash on Hand	
6680 26
1036 66
49 66
New Wkstminstbr, 13th January, 1887.
Totlie Mayorand Councillors of the Municipality tithe Cily ot^eto Wtmtmttutrr:
GENTLEMEN.—I have examlnrd the Books and.Vouchers of the Corporation
Imnilfil to me, and have found them to be correct; and I hereby certify that the foregoing Klnh'tupnt Ih cnrrcclly made out from the Books,
djiii't WALTER J. WALK BR, Auditor, Accountant, Ar.
GLOBE  HOUSEI
V,   HAS RECEIVED   A VERY  FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW  MERCHANDISE!
—CONSISTiNG OF -
Millinery, Dress Coods, Cottons, 8heet-
, ings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
. The Millinery is tliu finest and largest Stock on the Mainland.   No
need to go to Victoria. .    P   • :
DRESS GOODS in the new materials and shades {or the season.
\V<- call attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE. which we
havo at various prices-37Jo., tOe., G2Jo. and76o.; ntonot be ilpoilea bjr
ruin and even though soaked in sea water or tailed in soda, will still
retain the OIUOINAL COLOR.   ; gftffCfll
The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well -supplied witli Tlei, Bra-
ces, 8hlrts, Socks, Sue.,and a nev »nd fashionable stock ot
«.en..Hatt,*c.     WM, 3^,
ilwu«ii3i« |   JO--*rjk.ar-Xk.
Furniture.  Mattresses,  lounges, Crockery,
tamps, Glassware, Etc., Etc.
—£%iuon WIU wt bOld ai-
Bottom Prices for the next 30 Dap
TO MAKE DOOM FOR LUCE CONSIGNMENTS fBOM THE EAST.
-; il-im I  •.    s^±.jh_ijjfoKaltifiar—
CHILDREN'S CHAIRS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Columbia St., near Union Hotel, New Wettminster.
dw'-^etSml .
SINCLAIR
Columbia Street,
HAS JUST RECEIVED froni th.
EutbyCr.R.,
BUTTER, OATMEAL,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, ih 10"
lb bags. ';
PUNOH8EN bright MOLASSES
RAISINS, in Valencia and
Layers.
.  EDDY'S MATOHB8.
SMOKED HERRINGS,     in
-A* LOT of CHOICE CANDIES ;
and other goeds.
l^*Also in stock, a first-class lot of
'GROCERIES whioh will be sold
very cheap for cash.        de!8d
SPBOIAL
INDUCEMENTS
—^-roaiHit—
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Discoant for the
next IS days.
ilL MSW QSODS.    PDESISttl
BUYING FROM THE MANUFAC-
turors for cash, I am in a position
to sell nt bottom prices. My Goods ar.
marked iu plain figure, and the price,
have not been put up to. meet iIhe discoant taken off. Call .nd .ee prices be- -
foro purchasing elsewhere.
or Fino Watch Repairing aSpe-ialty.
Jewelry maiia to order. <
I.CK4KI:.
WATCDMAKEK,
Ol'l'OSITE TBE BAXKI   '..";'     dw-lte]8tc
DiuKi t urram a
Dry Goods
CLOTHINa
GROCERIES
TU8T RECEIVED IN BRYGOOliS,
A NEW STOCK
In all eh.de>' and material of' BRESS
GOODS, Including Cashnierea, Meiiuo.,
Hilka, Satin., Black and Oulond V.K.-
teen, and Pluehe.. COTTONS (ble»cl»d
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, Ac Grey, White, '
Starlet and Oheclnd FLANNELS.. LADIES GLOVES, ia Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladle. Merino .nd Limb
Wool Vcats. JERSEYS, all print. >
Hosiery, Moalina, Dlapar Iriah limn,
Brllluuit., ko., kc. <  '■■■;■■ ■
Men's Clothing!
1 For Quality,, ^yljnMt and Prim,
can't be tonchwl.   . ./   .,.;.
MEN'S
In every Lln* Cotton, Merino and
Wool Und.rw.ar, WWW Shlrta, Cuffs,
Collars, Glove., Braces, Cardigan Jack:''
ab, to. Alao, Cotton) Merjno, Cuh-
mere, Ltmb. Wool and Knit 8OCK8, in
greatvarl.ty.'"'"■       ''' ■    '-'''
Ain, HATS and CAP8, Ladln' and
Oenta' RUBBER GOODS and UM-
BRKLLAJ9.
In House Furnishing Goods
CarpeU, Ruga,   Window .Fojea . witb
Ring, and Mountings, Window Holland,,
(Buff, Green and Stripedh D>maak .*l.
Ctotonn... ShMtlngei  Tpw.lt,, White ,
Oountarpanee, Blwohed and Uablwoh^)
Tabl. Linen., Napkin., Tickings, Blank-,
.ts and Arctic-down Quit* Table Cloth,
aad Covers. .   ....,  ..:	
Ml GROCERIES
Everything found In a flm-cbu. Brtakg
lbhnwit, and noa. bat the bu4. Canaad.'
Good., Fraitoi M«t« .ndV.frt.ma.    j
' I i.a'1 -Mt Ckeaa SmIb. I *.,-, m,
num »r Sec, nam, Ml I .Or ••« Ik:
ktalaM attkelawealrrtee Itert.ak.
B.M al, a»a r«a fel wkal w. npnttsl, !
dnoWlc
tut -111
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Inserted ln either laaue Tor lea. than 11.
Columbian
Tkanday Evening, Jnaaary IS, I8S7.
Boys'Rubber Goats add Men', itac-
kintosh Coats just reciovedatD. Drys-
dale & Co's. jalldlw
Allan B. Fiauci.. eldest sou of
Hon Allan Francis, died at Victoria
last Tuesday.
The British Columbia Benevolent
Society of Viotoria ux|>end.d 91,070
in charity last year.
John Koaoh, Ihe great shipbuilder,
died at 8 o'clock on Monday morning
at hi. home in Kew York.
Rubbers!   Rubber.!   A foil line of
men's aud women's rubber, just received at Ogle, Campbell & Co.'..
djalOto'
A klootohman Was brought bofore
Oapt, Pittendrigh Ihi. morning for
' being drunk and lined (6; in default,
14 day..
Mn. McRae, mother of Mr. D. McRao uf Chilliwhack, died lately at her'
homo in Maxville, Oht, She waa ov.r
80 year, of age.
Dun't forget that Jas, -Ellard - Co.
are agents fur McColl!. N«w York
Bazar Papor Pattern.; A fall line
always on hand, d-ja3tc
Chaa. Drummond and Robt. Book
are believed to have boen drowned lut
week by the upsetting; of their boat
near Newcastle Island.      '
The Nanaimo Free Press olaims that
tho total output if coal during 1886
haa been quit. 374,465 torn, an increase of 9,466 over 1885.
Iu addition to our now atock of spring
good, we havo opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloth,
and French, Caasimens, * Walsh's
Ti.tuw.ixa Emporium. dnoDOto
The Oregonian ny. that" there aro
380,000,000 Christian, in the world,
exclusive cfliid few nomlakl Chita-
tisns who refuse to let a Chinaman
stay over a night in Tacoma,,". .
The full oourt al Viotoria ku ordered a' new trial In the caw of Wise
v.. Tuttle et al. (the Yale libel mm)
un the ground of incorrect ruling by
the ohief justice Ih the original trial.
The output of the Idaho silver, gold
aud lead mines for the year 188(1
amounted iu the grot, to $10,287,000,
of which amount the gold was 13,000,-
000, silver 85,032,000, and lead (1,-
-055,000.       .,.,.....     ,t Djjj    |0:ljn(]
The Hyacks have wisely resolved to
lit a separate company take charge of
the hook and ladder' anparatos. If a
good company of able-bodied young
men will take hold of it the change
wilt be found a benefit.
During the year 1888 there were
1,252 failures in Canada, the liabilities
amounting to 110,388,000. The failure, are four Ins than in 1888, bnt
ther.  la Ul MnMM^T*£W*jliti£>£
Colonel Ward Laraon, the law part-
iier of President Lincoln, who took
the claim of the Choctaw Nation
nn speculation and; get judg'
ment in iheir favor for $2,600,000,
r.ni»rf..if-,)v|,1(»2M,Op9. This
•how. that the law i. tometinies a paying prufeuion.
A uew form of railaay seat spring
haa been deviaed In England aud is
highly .pokei, of, Th. emir. ..a! i.
oarried on a coiled apring of peculiar
form, and la flee lo nun. in alt direo-
tiona, so lhat every jerk aud oicllla-
tiou which the car cau receive, it perfectly taken 'u(L       '"'    "U
The most beautiful Chriatmss cards,
imported from Kngland are printed In
Gerni.ny. The cards are dwignad In
Bugland, but they are sent for printing to Q.rmany, where the climate ta
better auited (or delicate color printing and where mora lime is expanded
on their, produeiidn}""" "~ '" "*-
Ab an indication of the amount of
buaineas dono by the OhinM **,<*'■
chants uf Victoria, it may be mentioned that of the 303 tons of freight
brought to that city by the Geo. V.
Elder on Tuesday 288 tons were for
The hammer-throwing match be-,
tween J.' A. Murray of this "oity ina
D. 8. MoL.o4o»Ka»alnio for «20 a
side took place to-day, .ud was won
by Murray with a throw of 103 ft. 9
in. MoLood's throw was 103 ft, 0 in.
Hammer. l|t)|bs,,10'fl», injormatlprv
furnished the Columbian, yesterday
*et Murray "Wdillll 'lht ow *irh one
hand was incorrect.
Commons Euonoii.--We aro author-
ised to ttat. ttatljr. lUdtfjCiuBhoIni
is in the field u a wndldate for the
XZttmTQ'fflmmm
late lamented represontative, Mr. Ho-
A Call.—Kevi G. B. Alien has accepted a call ih the Lodie Congregational churchi and with his family will
move into thp parsonage tho last of
tliis montli. Mr. .Allen is a ripe
scholar, ah table speaker, a profound
thinkor, and altogether on excellent
Christian pastor, of whom the Petalu-
nia papera speak very highly. —Lotlie
■iCalJ) Sentinel.
■ •-♦-♦.—,———    ■ ■
Thk Mktlakahilans. — Mr. W.
Duncan has delivered a lecture before
tho Karaglve Club at the Clarendon
Hotel, New York, on the subject, "Indian Civilisation" among the Chinook
Indians of British Columbia, ln the
course of the lecture he stated tliat he
had had an interview with President
Cleveland, who told him that owing to
international treaties he could not
invite any colony to Alaska, but 'it they
camo thoy would bo 'provided with
land.—Times.
The: Camera ihMidicike.— Anew
suggestion is that photography may
become u useful agent in medical diagnosis, disclosing symptoms of disease
before they are otherwise perceptible.
In a recent.negative of a ohild the faco
waa shown ob thickly covered-with an
eruption, no trace of which, could be
seeii on the child itself until three
days afterward, when its skin became
covcred-with spots duo to prickly heat.
In another recorded case, invisible
spots were brought out on a photograph
taken a fortnight before an attack of
small-pox.
 , — .
Younu Men, Beware!—The latest
"scientific appliance" to the completeness of feminine apparel is the camera
ear-ring. By moans of this ingenious
device a photograph may be taken instantly by simply touching a spring in
the ear jewol. Oneof the objects of
■tha invention is to furnish evidence of
h perfectly reliable and impartial character in the event of- it suit for breach
of promise. When the young man
gets down pn his knees, and strikes a
dramatic attitude, tlio judicious young
woman touches the spring iu the camera ear-ring and is instantly put in
possession of a faithful photograph of
tlie whole situation. Such a picture
produced in court would probably carry
a verdiot for tho skillful manipulator
of tho camera ear-ring every time
 »-&•'• «-—
TnviNo It On.—It was reported to
the authorities to-day that porsqns
employing Chinese in this cily had
been notified by a committee of the
Knights nf Labor that lhe Mongolians
must be diaohiuged tin or before a certain dny. It ia aafe to aay that nny
attempt to re) eat here the unlawful
proceedings which took place at Vancouver will be very promptly and
effectively stopped. The Chinese are
held in no greater favor here than
elsewhere, but the sense nf 'the community will repot iiiiy'ntteiiiiit to drivo
'tliein out by force tii- violence, and if
any nre .thoughtless eni null to .try
theae means they will find the law to
lay a heavy hand upon them. Tht
country would no doubt be lhe better
of boing rid nf the Chinamen, but it
must get clear of.them by l.gal
even if it takea t/pe lo do ko.
 "•*'■•.'*' '.'J si''.
Firemen's Mjanira,—At a meeting
of the Hpok to. company, held but
evening, tha ohwrf engineer was authorized to »«lj» mwitiiig of citizens to
organize 'nvT'' "
The Hynli.
work both tlio engines and the hook
nud ladder nppowWfo jdttontage, at a
fire', A committeo w^dV appointed to
arrange for a firemen, ball on Friday,
the 18th February. . Mr. J. Reid, the
retiring captain, wu tendered a cordial
voto of thanka. The following officer,
were appointed for the ensuing year;
J. MoMurphy, Jnr., captain; R. Wintemute, lst lieutenant; Harry Benson,
Slid lieutenant; J. Kelly, 1st engineer;
D. McMurphy, 2nd engineer; W. 0.
Currie, stoker; E. P. Julian, 1st
branchman; Geo. Scoullar, 2nd
bi-iiiicliiiian; Horry Reid, 3rd branch-
man; Geo. Grant, 4th branchman; W.
G.'Tinvnseiid, steward; J. MoMurphy,
secretary; S. T. Mcintosh,-treasurer;
4i /tj.lMofreou); .auditor,,      ;.
Personal.
Mr. A,iG. Ferguson of Vancouver
is in the city.
Mr. J. E, Crane,, agent for the Sun
Life Inauiogioe comprny Hn.town.   '
«L W.RIsk. «ndwifo,ofChi|.
SiTiTBOTOBS
—OF—
New I estiinster District,
' GENTLEMEN.—Asasucoessor to your
lato representative In the Commons will
soon bnve to be eleoletl, I hereby announce myself a candidate for Ihe position,
I purpose publishing uu nddress In
which 1 will give my views on the most
Important questions affectliiK your Interests, and will visit the dlttei-ent settlements and address the electors beforo
election day.
In Politics, lam anil,vill beTHOltouon-
I.V INDKPKNOENT.
Yours respectfully,
dwouffitc V. J, TltAPl'.
t and Jaijder. company,
liim that thoy cannot
coW are in tlie «ley. Mr. Rltfe,
who is known to many in this eity, hal
sold his ranch in Chilcotin and having
made hia pile will reside here for the
futon.         ,;,..     . *t   ...
 t 'f% ',<& i '
of Councillors.
. The 'election of oounoillor. in the
(wo ward, today may b. .aid lo
have refitted,, .saysf'otorijy,, though
good men have gohejuudsr. , In tit
Andrew's Ward there'wu a good deal
of interest token in Ino contest and
most of the qualified voters were no
doubt brought out. The vote was
certainly a close one.
i.  y .   tli, Patrick's ward.
. D. ft Curtis....... ,., 11'." '84
J. G. JiquM.. 32
Benj. Douglas 31
ST.  ANDREW'S WARD.
Jno, Reid;.  .35
Wm. Duncan..       33
.{no. Oalbiok....; 31
W,; Burns,,,...,./,.......,,.... 5
It. C. Brnos, druggist, Tata, aays: I
have no medicine, on my eholvca that
sells fnt.r or give, hetter satlafaotlon
thsn Dr. Thomu' Kolwtrlo Oil, and the
ule la colutantly iuertasing, the put
year being tlio largest I hav. ever had.
One of my customers wa. cured of catarrh by using three bottles. Aiipthrr
wu raised out of bod, whom he bad been
laid up for a long time with a lame luck,
by using twolMt|.l,' I have lot. of cu.-
tomeia, whoSfolild not lie without It
/over nignt'.'
There ure in the neighburhoid of
130 foreign thin steamships running
between the United Slates and various
ports of Europe.' Some of tliese coat
not more tllsii 8250,000 nud nth.is
Je;ost'as mueli us (1^00,000 eaeh.su
Hint':i I'kiiuIi esMnifci* - »nu|d put the
cnpital hiVtistii) at nnt I... thsii 8100,-
000,000. (Iii'lhi'a,- rnael'a ilit-ru aio
are not leas tihsn 2A.U00 i,Hlei-ra and
Mell-ciinataully employel).
From lhe Interior.
AMtlVAl  OF Ml DOBT I J'UEII, M. P. P.,
FIOM SODA MEEK,
Mr. Robt. MrL.no, M. P.P., tlie
well known and popular representative of Cariboo district, arrived here
yeaterday from Soda Oreek, en route
tothe capital, where he goes tu attend
the approaching session of the legislature. He is looking u hale and
hearty as ever, and neither the cares
of business nor the weight of years
seem to press heavily on him. He is,
however, at some disadvantage in
greeting his frieuijs, fur . having mat
with an accident ho is compelled to
carry his good light arm in a .ling.
While out driving a few days before
Christmas with Mr. R A. Collins, of
Soda Creek, the horses bolted, wiih
the result that both were thrown out
of the sleigh. Mr, McLeese dislocated his wrist in the fall, while his companion sustained a fracture of the collar bone. The lame hand will, however, not incapacitate Mr. Mac. for
legislative work, and he feels lhat if
he can't knock the government out he
can at least make things as interesting for them as ever.
■ "What is the news from the rninn""
asked the reporter.
"Very good news," replied Mr.
McLeese. '.'Things are looking very
promising at Hixou creek. One hundred and thirty feet down a ledge
highly oharged with sulphurets was
struck which hus widened 21 feet.
They are down now 106 feet The
ledge assays from (127 to s)l"0 per
ton and the casing from (SO to $70
per ton. Thero is no doubt but thnt
this mine is very rich."
Rep.—What about the other mines!
Mr. MoL.—Well, we will iiear from
Barkerville when Mr. Mason comes
down. When I was passing Clinton
I saw Mr. Henderson, who was ill
high spirits and has great expectations
of the Foster mine. The roasting
furnaces are ready mid before long
they will commence crushing ore.
There has also been considerable activity iu placer .mining.
Rep.—What have the farmers to
**?• „
.Mr. McL.—The crors have been
good, and they are very well satisfied. Soda Creek is the centre of the
best agricultural district in that part
of the country. A market for the
produce raised there is found at the
mines.
Rep.—How is yeur climate)
Mr. McL.—We bave tine dear weathor but we have had much more snow
tim usual at this time of the year.
Rap.—And nuw ahout the railway.
Do you Iind the opening of the 0. P.
R. to produoe a great ohatigo.jtnd to
be a great benefit to your part of the
country?
Mr. McL.—No; decidedly no. It
is not a benefit. vWby,'it "will pay a
merchant up there who ia importing
from the - eut to send his goods
through to Port Moody snd ship them
back to Ashcroft from there. If a
man is going eut from up there it
will pay him to come all the way down
here to buy - hit ticket. "And yet,"
uid Mr. Mac, " not one of your papers will say a wurd about it, for fear
tha company a ill discriminate sgainst
the towns down hero. Tho Inland
Sentinel is the only paper that has independence enough tn stand up for
us in thii matter.    .
Thiit interview was on the street,
and seeing the editor of the HtMinoni
among a crowd not far off, Mr. Mc
Lees* parted with the reporter to instruct the editor of the Church st co-
temporary in thia matter, and no
doubt to point out to him the difference between fighting the" railway for
ihe people's rights and fighting them
to inoreose the price of hit Port Moody
lota,.;   ^_—
Mr. T, C, W.U., (IlieroUt aad Druggist, fort Colborne, Ont, writes: "Northrop * Lyman'. Vegetable Diacovery
and Dytpeptio Cure acUa well, and gives
th. beat of utiafaction (dr all dlsnsM of
the blood." It imer falls to root out all
diseases from tliu system, cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint-, tm., purine, the
blood, and will make you luck the pin-
tiu-e of health and happilicH.
.^■•gomiiuinUrttigna.
*  ' •    Donnw.
Konoa ColumHan.—The statement
you made on Thursday surely deaervu
more notice than to make it a mere item,
namely—"Thore are uid tobe 18children at Donald, and no publio uhool for
them to attend," Thi. ia not very creditable on tho part of th. educational authorities. It 1. nid that no money wu
voted lut senton. Other raonln sre expanded and school, not provided for.
Then 1. not . member In the house
would refuse ualemnlllcatloii for tuch an
nnforaeai -arpeuie, It 1. not fair to tho
mt of the province that Victoria and
New WcstBtnster ahould receive ao much
of the eduntlonal grant while so many
place, .re left altogether destitute. The
fact of the matter ii, there mmt be a
radical change In thi. school money ex.
pciuliturc, In th. altered condition of the
country, and so many of ths schools,
FAiR-ruv.
Kroltt a Former i lllien,
Kditor Columiuan.—Vour arrival I.
greetad each wnk very warmly and yeur
column, are peru-od with much utlsfae
lion, sometime, causing jny ami sometime, sorrow. Myaujouiu in .vour city
wai long enough to fnrm friendship,
wl.ioh will Ira oliurUit-t! ai loug tui uium-'
oi-v unables me to n-uall the aiHuclatiuu.
of tlie pant.
1 "rejoice with tin in thut rejolc- o'nl
Weep with thein tl'llt V'l'p." The births.
the marriages, the deaths, arc all read,
each having Its peculiar effect on the
mind and the heart.
I have learned, from time to time during the past two years, by reading your
local'items, thut the "ltoyal City has
Improved viiry ruplllly. None of your
inhabitants cun say again, "I never saw
a locomotive," for the iron horse has become quite fainiliur tothe denizens of ilie
metropolis on tho bants of the Ki-asor. .
Yon have gas works too, and jour
streets, as well us public and private
bttildinga, are ligbteu'with tliia modern
invention. Without being personal, I
always thought your city had its share of
human gas, which, by tho way, is not
entirely worthless, in promoting thc material prosperity of any placo that hu
many nuturul advantages. Blow, and
puff; aud blow, till N'ew Westminster absorbs tic entire country between the
river and the inlet.
I must congratulate the publishers on
your improved appearance, and ou the
high standard of purity which pervades
your sentiments. 1 havo uo hesitation
In recommending you rut worthy of being
admitted into the family without any
fear of contan.{noting the innocent, pure
mind, of the ehildreu or wounding the
feelings ot the upright ond virtuous. In
these times I regret to say that this commentation conmit be given to many secular journals.
Among the other evidences of the progressive spirit of your peoplo is the
Daily Colombian which has hocu published during tho past year and wliich
reflect, muoh oredit on tho enterprise of
the publishers. It ought to b well put
ionized by the peoplo of New Westmlniter. They must do tlieir part in sustaining a good paper.
Wishing you continned prosperity I
will say good-bye, with the promise of
giving you, in my next communication,
a few items concerning the land boyond
the "golden gate.'" . <!. B. A.
Lodi, Cal., Jau. 6:1887.
.The Stow orr Dreams, — Most
dream leiu-u.utit ilium, scu'-irdiiig lo
the iiivtMiiiiiti, ns ot V.'tuiilt, i miniate
from net on), th- tilth wel ki.tiitl-riBMons
on the. lui-vcB during sle'en; Thus, itu
inconvuiiii-iii pi titioit t-xcites visions
of laboriiiiiH . >>i- painful experience,
difficult respiration produces the
agony of nightmare, flying is suggested by the rythmic .movements of
breathing, nudily by a fall of clothe,
from the bed, crawling things by skin
irritations, etc. The reproduction of
past memories is associated with events
which'have left a ptofound montal impression.
Do uot deluy in getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Graves' Worm Kx-
lermiimtor is a pleasant nud sure cure.
If vou lovo your child, why do you let it
suffer when a remedy is eo near at hand 1
 .—»* -* .*	
Mamma—" Bridget, where is nurse
going I" Hnui-ciiiaid—" Yes, ma'am.
Site's lie guilt' out to take the children
for tbeii- 'walk, mii'iini." Mamma-
" But tlto ohildren are not with her;
she went down the street alone
Where are the children t" Housemaid
—"Yes, ma'am; it's locked up in the
nursery they are, ma'am. She always
leaves them there. They do bu making her too nervous when crossing the
athreets, ma'am,"
In ordor to render paper as tough as
wood or leather, a plan has been do *
vised which, it is snid, effectually accomplishes that purpose, namely, by
combining cliloiule of sine with llm
pulp in the c- urre of manufacture.
It has been fi-unil that the un-aici- the
degree of ci'iiueitttiiii n nf Ihu zinc
solution tbe orealel- will be the tnilgli-
ni'sw of tho piper, and llmt it is tiio.
serviceable for making boxes, combs,
etc.
Thoro are a number of varieties ot
corns. Holloway'8 Corn Cure will ro
move any of them. Call ou your druggist and get a bottle at onee.
The ConlederMhin Lire.
1 he annual report of tliia soltdly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. Tlie facts revealed
in the accoitit - and the Directors' report
thoroughly j.ist'.'y the ecoinitims which
tho sharohoVers present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks tothe resolute
inauner iu which the Company hu declined to emliark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses nf the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 pur cut. A point at-
tnting the soundness ot the finances of
the Company Is the fsct that tb. interest
Income is sufficient to pay tho death
olainia- -whieh in a company of the age of
tho Confederation Life la something'to be
proud of. The an ta and liabilities are
act forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, attar making allowance for all
pouible contingencies and providing for
every debt there ia a surplus of |W2,t09
over liabilities and capital combined.
Tbe iiicreaae iu the assst* in th. lut year
was 1200,300. So much for what can be
dune by rigid adherence to what the
l'rciileiil defined ns tho true policy of
th. Company, viz:—t'To keep ita balnneo
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for tlie
miko mi-n-ly of increasing new btisiucss."
—Toronto O/ofc. T. B, Pearson ft Co.
arc acetits for this company lh British
Columbia. llilOto
Wiutk Bronze Monuments.—White
llrou-.-.u is a e,-tii|iarativcly new substance,
and has conic into large use, rapidly, for
special pui|K»cs iu this country, It bu
been found to be so well adapted for ata-
ttt-iry and monuments, that companies
have been fm- somo time established at
Bridgeport, Coun., Detroit MLh., Des
Moines, Iowa, and Ht Thomas, Canada,
who are inakinu ninuninents of all kinds
and styles, I'V- in experiments-Risdu by
those companies, it hu bell found that
the material will stand expostun for an
indefinite period—It is practically indestructible. White llroiuto being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it ia stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platiuiim,
and superior to uuppei or untiiiue bronze,
wliich throws off a verdigris. I'hu ninmt-
incuts are cut froni refined zinc, and are
given their ajiaikllug appearance by the
und hle.t, antlil being blown against the
Work under a high pressure of steam,
which cuts tr..- surface, but doea not adhere to it, A thin film ol Oxide which
forms on this bronzo is iudistructil.le by
the elemental it cannot be dissolved t,y
water, and nli- cannot penetrate it, although the Illm In sii thin as to ho immeasurable. No coriosioll, It is iiftil-incd,
can take place —Otiston Journal ot'Corn-
mem. Chas, ,r. Kobson, New Wist,
minster, I. uieiit for Ihe White Bronse
Moiiuimi'U It, llrltlsh Columbia. Much
cheaper and .more -Inniliie thsn spy
other i myCtf.
''l'lllt «..«1 -IIHHI; t«* HKI'TKIIRKII.
•Tlie ..rent lll>i»ii-Hlcil llrliuli ,'mInn*-
bin KdilMin,    I run .n|i|il<r im« tin llHIIll
.( T, M, ivui-»i,ii A i a.., ..le aa.nl. Iur
Hie WslHl.l»»l, 1,1 M e,», e.r,., •'*
tSMMBfassatMaaasaaasMH
,pAUI.'« CIHJBCH. Services ov
Q1     . 	
(3  ery Sunday nt 11 a. -......,, .-. *.....
tfie Church, til. John street, below Hoyul
avenue.  Seals tree, all are cordially In-
vlted.  HundnvSchooiut2.30i\ m.
, »e28tc)
M
BTHUUia* CHVRCH, Milry Bt.
*,*. Rev. C, Watson, 1'aator. Services at
11 a. m. dnd Tn, m. Sunday Sohool and
Bjlilo Olass 2:ao p. m. I'rayef. Meeting on
TlinrsdaJ's at a p. m. seats rrteriUangon
cordially invited. '   je7-tc.
DAPl'IST CHURCH, Agnes Street,
ft Bast of Mary Hti-eot; Bev. Robert
Lennie, I'aslor. Lord's Day8orvlecs dt 11
SsJP'JH"' ' ¥■ <"■ Sabbath School and
Bible Class at 2::» p. m. All seats free:
strimgcrscordlally welcomed.   d-de2ltc
»      ItRTlON LODGE «., It, Al V.
_/\f fc A. li..-The regular Coni-
jLJl   intiuientlons ot this Lodge ore
/▼\ lioldonthellntMomlaylneuh
-month. Sojourning brethren are corufa,-
ly Invited to attend
l'KTEIt OBAiNT,
feS-tc Secretary,
A LL WHO ABE INDEBTED TO THB
J% undomlgned by Btore BUI or »teimi<*r
OiiiilyB nre roHpectfully reijllfstpd loseUli'
promptly, mul nny penum lutvlnjf nnv
aiwountiwihi'st tne will pleiiHc presi-iitil
for tuiyiiii'iit, us I iniiKt iitilniK'b my bookt
to tlit? cntl of the year.
WM. B, TOWNRKXD.
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18137.
Harper's   Magazine.
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contain a novel of Intense political, eoWul
and ronuintii! Intoi-est, entitled "Nuika"
—a atory of ItiiKNitut life—by Katlilcen
O'Meam; n new novel, entitled "April
Hopen," by W. D. HowellH; "Hiitithern
Hkelflipn," by Clmrlt'N Dudley Wnrner and
HotiMcaa Hurdini; I)«vl«, illn-'ralt'd bv
William Iltimllton Ulbson; "lirent American Indtmlrlcs" Continued; "Kocltii
KtudlPK," by Dr. P.,t, Kly; fniiliornrll-
ulesion llio Ralhvj.y Problem iiynompe.*
tent wiltew; hew Herlcs of llluslmtloni by
V,. A. Abbey and Alfred Parson*; iirtlclOK
by K. P. Hoe; and other attraction*.
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
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FOR THE NEXT NINETY DAYS.
Gum Boots, $6.50, Mold for 1*0.00.
Equally low prices on all other Rubber Goods.   These Goods tut all Afsricti
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Ladles' French Kids. •«, sell for 04U5O
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thing In my lln. call osily smi get your ohotmi snd yon will nsk. by so doing.
A.«»ort»».«at Suolssiklxi Olo»r««.
JA8. ROU88EAU.
*FOXt OAU OWKal giuhj fdttdh Columbian
Tssnlsr
*m+*f IS. Mf.j
From the North Arm.
(Oom.vond.nc. ot th. Columbian.)
Tho usual Xmas tree under Ihe auspices of the Sabbath school was belt
in tbe Town Hall on Christmas eve.
Nut withstanding the unfavorable state
of the weather, a goodly number were
in attendance. Rev. J. A. Wood ably
presided SB chairman. The programme
W by »n anthem bidpt.
|l .AeiMissM  MoBggart
liitttfy MfciM- by
-;f Chriit-
recitation   by
was opei
Stowart
and Denyi
the Sabbal
mas."   TL
Ada Sweet, " Sis Mother's Songs,
and s raiding by Walter Vermilyes,
" Too Late for the Train," followed 1>v
a chorus by the infant class. Recitation by Annie Dunyes, " Annio's aud
Willie's Prayer." Solo by AdaSweet,
" Star, Beautiful Star," Reading by
Herbert Vermttyos,-"Ask Msmmn/'
Duet by Ainy ,nd I Jiamie. Mellis,
"When Ye GangAwa, Jamie. Recitation by Gracie Sweet, "Dolly's
Wash-Day." Reading by Jimmie
Mellis, " Tho Barrister and Witness,''
Chorus by senior class, " Redeemed."
Reading by Emma Denyes, "The
" Modern Meeting House." Solo by
Annie Denyes, " Holy Night." Recitation by Max. Vermilyes, "Nobody's
Ohild." Dialatuc by Annie Denyes
and Ada SwW, "The Goasip." Song
by the Sabbath School, '• Peace on
Earth." Reading of report by 0. D.
Sweet, superintendent of the school.
Tbe report .bowed an average attendance of UO^atvjiif the fesf, verses -recited, tint <*»»« 4,4»1. tecond class
1,086, toti**83fr svusgi rtrsss recited each Ssjkbath, 118. The vari'ous
parts' of tbofrogiwim. were well rendered. The. treo was well loaded, and
Santa Claus performed his part nobly,
the ohildren especially (and some of
the grown up ohildren too) being well
remembered.
Another Xmas tree entertainment
was held at the North Arm Publio
Sohool Home on tho Uth January. The
house was, liturelly crowded and a very
interesting programme wos prepared
and carried out admirably,
On Jan. 10th nominations foi- reeve
and councillors' ;wer» held. Everything, as usual, passed olf harmoniously, and tlw returning officer declared
the" ""    "        *
t following gentlemen elected by acclamation:   Reeve,  J. W. Sexsmith |
councillors,    ward " A" Wm.  Niool,
ward " B" A, Kilgour and J. Quigley,
ward"C"N. Woodward and Thos.
D.  Lindssy.   To  the  credit'Of the
electors it msy be ssid that since the
incorporation   of    the municipality
they have not yet been obliged to resort to a poll in choosing their reeve
and councillors, 'After th. olose of
the nomination.an addrew  was delivered by the  retiring reeve,  M.
Clarke, Eiq., wid also by the reeve-
elect, after which  the meeting was
called to order by appointing H. Boyd,
Esq., chairman and 0. D. Sweet secretary.   W. H. Ladner, Esq.,M.P.P.>
wu present by appointment for the
purpose of consulting his ennatituenta,
to inquire into tile pressing  wants of
the settlement, and especially to know
what changes' or additions might be
required to tho " Municipality  Act."
This is e most desirable point,that our
nieinborsabooldgo to.the honse fully
informed tjith regard to the views and
and requi»ern»nts of those whom they
represent, so thst they may act intelligently and truly represent the district
in the house.   Several  matters were
diiouased,  prominent among   whioh
was the urgent Mead of bridge communication Willi Hhe  mainland.   Promises were made hy all our members at
the hustings that they would do all in
Iheir power (if elected) to bring this
matter to an early completion, and we
feel oon6dent that if they fulfil  these
promises we will soon be provided with
tbe necessary  bridges.   A report of
the survey,.soundings, estimate., etc.,
is already in tke  possesaion ofthe
government..". Tries, woe nreportd by
G.o, Turner,   Esq , 0.   E., and the
■chime is allowed by all to be most
feasible.   Several  amendments  were
proposed rOtHe municipal act.   Prominent among these was the  placing of
a clause in tho aot empowering municipal councils to pass a by-law  com-'
polling parties owning lands along the
municipal  roadway, and ditches  to
fence the same for the  protection of
th.  ditches especially.   Theae hsve
been constructed at a great eipcnse
and afford drainage to the holders of
the lands adjacent,  but being left un-
fenced they  are at the mercy nf the
eattle running at large slid nre becoming ill many places seriously damaged.
Mr. Ladner kindly t(iok uote of the
several matters li.dof disousaiuu and
addressed tho electors, n goodly number of wlintii wore  present, promising
that he would not fail to look  after
the interests nf  this very important
but fiirmojjg much pi'glseted put: of
tlie diMriotfaiid^waawaW all   ia his
power lo bang B ..speedy consummation the iteSBsafy MujjpenientB of the
electors,   'gie jnjee|% 'u was „ pro-1/
iiuunoud wariMHiiras IntPwas broughl -
to a close  by three  oheor. for the
queen.  ___^^_^__
How to Cook Oysters.
A lady #110.i. fajnoue for her oyster-
cooking W %>n. lull been for years
nuking sffaBfctltti of choico-reaipes,
contributes a few whose excellence and
novelty ahe can vouch fur. A "mock
rout" is easy and delicious. The
liquor is fiat drained froe. the meets
efWSt^jptffl^
frying-pan and set upon tho lire where,
as feet ie the liquor collects, it is drawn
off. This procees is continued until
the oysters nre done brown, when they
•re served hot withiM* tatter. f
"Little pigs in'Manlem" are Made
by first draining the open oysters and
seasoning with salt and pepper and
cutting fet bacon into very thin
•rs* —seta* jsum^uj
of shell removed. They must then be
put into a hot pan containing a tablespoonful of buttor, lull n teespoonful
of aajti.iiml a Utile popper to a quart
of mo»a, and cooked over a brisk nre
until they begin to curl, which will be
fivo minutes. They can*bo served hot
on toast or eaten plain.
A more elaborate dish is an oyster
loaf. Take a stale loaf of bread and
cut out the heart of it with a sharp
knife, being careful not to break tho
crust, which must still keep tho form
of a loaf. Break the crumbs up very
fine und dry them slowly in the ovon.
Whon dried fry three 'teacupfuls of
them in hot butter until they arc
brown, und..crisp. Put a quart of
cream tn boil and when it boils stir in
threo tablespoonfuls of flour which liu
been mixed with half a cup of cold
milk. Cook this a few minutes and
season with salt and pepper. It makes
a rich cream sauce. Put a layer of
this inside tlie loaf, then a layer of
oysters previously seasoned with salt
and pepper, then another layer of
sauce and one of fried crumbs. Alternate these until the loaf is full, having
the. hut layer a thick one of crumbs.
Bake slowly half an hour and serve
in a napkin, or on a dish with sprigs
of parley.
The Meek-Mannered Teacher.
Bonnie Gibbs is one of the daring,
venturesome boys in my memory of
school days. His pa wu a school director and consequently Benuie defied the
teachers in the Gibbon school to an
extent that made him heroic in our
eyes. It was always understood that
Bennie was to test every new teacher
to see how much "boss" he would take
before he broke out and left tlie reservation. One time old Mr. Grayson
was sick and a substitute took the
sohool for n few weeks. The substitute was a mild-looking man, of middle
age, somewhat bold, with a thin neck,
Bandy complexion, meek voice and
padlock whiskers. Not a boy of us
was afraid of such a looking man as
that; still, 'Bennie Gibbs, as usual,
took the field for a reconnoisance the
first mor.iing. First he dropped a
book on the floor. Then he dropped
his slate.: Then he pushed, the big
dictionary off the table. Then- he
whispered. Then' he slammed tho
door like an 'earthquake when.lie went
into the recitation room. Then he
whistled once Then he mewed softly
like a cat. Then he whined like a
dog. Then he said "Ma'am V very
loudly and pertly when the new teacher Bpoke to him very mildly, and we
all laughed ourselves tired. Then
Bennie coughed like an old man.
Then it was time for recess and the
new teacher looked at his watch and
told ua to put away our books and then
he tiptoed meekly down the aisle to
Bennie Gibbs' seat. He took Bennie
by both shoulders and churned him up
•nd down fora while and then shook
him until Bennie's hair began to fall
out, tnd then he bent over the shrinking lr.d and wore out an ebony ruler
on him. Then he said, iu a mild,
timid way, "Tlie school may have recess," and touched the bell for us to
go out. We walked out like boys
walking to their own executions. Tliat
night Mr. Gibbs went to see the new
teacher about it, and that meek man
beat him with a chair leg until he had
to be put to bed. Yeu never saw such
a man. Ho wasn't afraid of anybody.
One duy he put the president uf the
board of education out of the sohool
room because he criticised the way the
new man taught long division. This
teacher, whose name w«s Moses H.
Meeker, weut iiito the Union army
soon after the war broke out, nnd
wheh ono of our old boys, George Slo-
cuiu, a Missouri boy, vrlio Iind gone''
into tho Confederate army and was'
serving under Price, heard that Meeker,
was in Grierson's cavalry, ho deserted
and came north and shot off three
fingers of his right hand to avoid the
draft. He said as soon as he heard
that old Meeker had enlisted he knew
the South had no chance. Meeker is
a preacher now. He has preached
in the aome church for eighteen years,
aiid never had but one row with tho
ohoir. That wu the first Sunday lie
preached, aud thoy do aay that now,
if he ordered that choir to sing the
long meter doxology to "Amsterdam"
or "Silver Street, they'd doit, if it
burst the organ.—Hubert J. Burdette.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powdor never varies. A marvel of
purlty.strenffthandwholcsomeneBs, More
economical than the ordinary kinds, und
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude ot low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only tn cans,
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 woll St.,
Sfely
FOR_SALE.
ABOUT SO TONS OLD UAY.  Will til
sold cheap lor cash.  Apply at
djaswl       BRUNETTE SAW MILU
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an application will be mnde to the
Parliament of Canada at Its next session
for nn Act to incorporate a Com pan;/ to
bnlld, maintain and operate a line of
Railway from some convenient point In
or near the Cltyot New Westminster to
some convenient point on or near the
49th parallel of North latitude, between
Bcmliihmoo Bay and Township IS, lu the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columhla.
New Westminster, 24th November, 1880.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
d*de4m2 Solicitor for Applicants.
HACK FOR HIRE.
TBE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the City ot New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which lit open ftr Engagements «t
very moderate Charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Stablo noxt H. Elliott's
JOS. CATE8.
Tolephono No. 119. mylte
The British Columbia1
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes nil Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
Telephone C.u No. 6.
P. 0.80X71
WM McCOLL,
sural lUuin!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUHDBOM'S BLOOK, Columbia St.
<lw-austo
WOTIOB.
NOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after date wo Intend making
application tothe Chiof Commissioner of
LandB and Works for permission to purchaso 040 acres of Timber Land, described
as follows:
Commencing nt tho South East corner
ofthe land applied for by tis this date on
the ponlnsula between Loughborough
Inlet and Phillip's Arm, mainland of
British Columblu; thonee East 40 chains,
South 80 chains, West 80 ohalns, North 80
chains, East 40 chains, to polntof com*
mencement.
New Westminster, B. C. Dec. 22,1880.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d-de23m2     John Hekdhv, Manager.
yro-rios.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKtt THAT
60 days after date wo intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to pur*
chase ahout Six Hundred acres of Tlmbor
Land, described as follows:
Commencing at a stake set on the Easterly shore line of a lake on the mainland
of British Columbia, nbout 2k miles easterly from a point on tho East shoro of
Loughborough Inlet, whioh point bears
about due East from Beaver Croek; thence
East 80 chains. South 40 chains, Eust40
chains, South 40 chains, East 40
chains, South 40 chains, West nbout 40
chains, to shore line of lake; thenoo
Northwesterly along shore line of take to
point of commencement.
New Wostmlnster, B. C.t Dec. 22,1880,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d*de23m2      John Hendry, Manager.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pail Mali..
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Building1], Qoods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Duck, and tlie
Cargoes of auch Vessels; also, Ships build*
Ins and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable riven and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR D.UA0E BY FIRB.
Subscribed aud Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and overy information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMBTBONfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
D0UGLAS& DEIGHfflH.I ilOHNS. COX,
Importer and Dealer In
SFolltTf
'   Mamifiictiivprnuud lm purlers of
Harness, Saddles, Brl
dies, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.'O.
ilw-Jlj-sito
NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN THAT
wo lmvo made upplluatlon to the
Minister of tbo Interior at Ottawa for licenso to cut timber on the following
lnnds t
LoU 850, 1137, 858, 803.-803,8W and 865. In
Oroup One, New Westminster District,
B.O.
BOY AL CITY PLANINO MIMA CO.
(Limited).
John Hendry, Manager.
New Westmlnsler, Dee, 15,1880.   d*dl5m
NOTICE.
MOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to the Lcg-
tlvo Assembly of the Provinco of British Coldmbla, at its noxt session, for an
Act to Incorporate a Company for the construction and operation of a line of Hallway In tho District of Niw Westminster
In tho Province of British Columbia, from
a point at or near Lndnur's Landing,
thenco In a North Easterly direction to a
point at or near Popcum,
Dated at Viotoria the 7th doy of December, A. D, 1880,
EBERTS A TAYLOR,
d*dc8w0 Solicitor for Applicants,
What Physicians Say About the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for somo
timo boon recognized by Medical Min to
bo tlio most simple and effectual nu-.ins
of conveying to, Diseased Oigans, "Curatives," but in cafes of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment was practicably iin possiblo until tho Introduction of tho Sinn* Kidney
Pad. It costs less thnn a single prescription nud Is immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of Internal
Medicinal dosinr/. Worn I in mod lutely ovor
the sont of Disease, Its ourallve properties
become absorbed by the diseased nnd eu-
feebted Oigans.continuously and directly,
as required lo Insure in return (heir healthy action and original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant in Its
effects, and cures when nothing else can,
Tho Starr Kidney. Pod accomplishes positive, decisive results. A moro valuablo
discovery as ft truo remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never made.—Medical Gazette
Tbe Starr Kidney Purt, manufactured
in Toronto, is a permanent sure euro for
diseases, disorders and ailments' of the
Kidneys, BIndder and Urinary sccrotlve
system, or attendant- complaints, causing
pain In the small ot the back, sides, otc.,
producing urinary disorders, such us too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention aud
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting tho presence in tbe systom
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
otc. Hend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. H. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster! T. MoNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. McDOWELL
*CO., HAHTINGH8AWMILLC0..THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B, LOVELL Yale: W.
R.MEQAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK ft
CO., Kamloops, dv
INCLUDING
WHITE LEGHORNS,
I   BROWN LEGHORNS,
'   PLYMOUTH HOOKS>
. , LANGSHANG8,
White Crested Black Poland ■,
;   , Guinea Fowls, Rasw D««ki»
While, Pekin Ducks.
PH Games, Houdans.
a*.l)lrds and Eggs supplied at low rates,
and nil stock guaranteed. ■ I.
Royal Avenue, JEsit of Boaglmi Ht.
mhflte
New Westminster, Goal Harbor
and Seattle Boole.
^y|
THB STEAMER,
(J. W. TAHTE, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE] EVERY
Thursday Murning at la'cloek, for
New Westminstor and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrives at
Kew Wostmlnstor on Friday forenoon,
leaves, for Coal Harbor about two houra
aftorwardB; leaves COAL HARBOR Friday Night for Seat tie.      .  .  .
':   tyre to Seattle, «.»
Freight per ton, 4.M
Speoial rates to merchants.       apioio
D
,0 YOU WANT TO BUY OH SELL A
Business, take a partner, otc.
PICKERING & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglns
and Broughton, VICTORIA, B. C. P. O
box tm. mh27
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
largo quant Ity of
REST WELLINGTON LUMP (10AL
i And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates.  He
will nlso promptly attend to nll kinds of
PACIFIC
Sw leitmimtB, J.C.
Speech Rbcokdino.—A promising
method of recording snd reproducing
speech is thst uf M. Leon Esquille,
.by a modification of the photopnone,
Tho peaking is done before a diaphragm having a highly polished surface from which a ray of light is reflected, aud the record of thu speech
is obtained by simply photographing
the ray of light upon a traveling band
of sensitised paper. Alter having
been developed, the articulation may
be reproduced by projecting the image
of tho trace by means of a strong light
upon a selenium receiver, the well-
known apparatus for transforming
light-impulses into sound-vibrations,
and the speech is then henrd through
the telephone connected. '
— »-*v-,~i—-——(.
Spanish Geoobaphv.—the field for
geographical exploration is not yet exhausted even in Europe. Schroder
states that in the nortii of Spain several ranges of mountains exist, snmo
reaching to a height of 10,000 feet,
which have no placo on any geographical map. In tlie Aran valley another
discovery has recently been made:
Triangulation showed a gap unfilled
betwoen two ranges of peaks which,
approached from different sides, had
been supposed to form u single range;
and further exploration proved that
tho gap contained a large and hitherto
unknown lako.
Orders left at Mr. McOoll's store on Columbia street, or at my house, lioimliis
Btreet, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster a C. Jlyiole
:   ITOTIOE.
CANCELLATION of RESERVE
NOTICE IM HEREBY OIVEN 'THAT
tho Reserve, notice whereof was published In the "British Columbia Qniselto,"
nnd dated the 7th dny of A«gn»l, 1HK1. lias
boen cancelled by an Order of tils Honour
llio Lli'iiti'iinrit-Ooviriii.r In Council, approved on the fltli^uyrtf December, lm,
iittu p
beoooki
rn.dUt.ly on «»«. <wt »"»
pii       '
ing-
Tffll
ut in, und they must
"i for th. bacon
be Served im-
small
Fwiied oj
uimratj
asm
at. Savory mm *•■„...   -
Thi nyawrnrnsst bt drained and hit*
n so Inr as ir relate, to the lanils In Now
Westinlnsli-r nish-li-t wlili-h conslltulo
the iowiihIi.- of Haaltrras. Hurrnnl Inlot,
fertile purpose ofsnleln lots nrlilodksat
publie miction, anil for no othor purposo,
WM. H.M1THK,
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands A Works Department,
Vl.torln, 11. p., December»th,ISSl).
•l-ilnllm3
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS* WPOsTE'SOF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   KVKKYTHINll   IN  THK
VEHICLE LINE
We have a largo atock of moat of
the above articles on hand, also a large
stock of Wagon and Carriago Material,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.
Repairing, Painting A Trimming
dono at reasonable prices.
;*  BLACKSMITHINC
TESTIMONIAL!
Vanemw, 3Srd ,htm, 1886.
MIL G. UOHERTSON,
Vancouver:
Represent In*' Ooldle A McQulloch,
Galt.Ont,
HIS.—We lhe uii.lorstiuicd huving'witnessed tho terrible fire whioh wiped ontof
oxlHtcnco tho you ng city of Vancouver,
on tho 18th lOBt,, Imve, after the fire, examined the sufes sold by you, somo of
which wore put to tbo most severo teat,
having boen surrounded by largo quantities af lard nnd bacon, nnd wo aro pleaucd
to testify to tbo remarkable manner In
which evory Sato sold hy you preserved
its contents, not only books antl papera,
hut also thousands of dollars in paper
money wore taken nnt in perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend thom as thoroughly firo proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M. A. MaoLenn,
Mayor; John J, Blake, stipendiary M»*
SUtratc; Rloh'd. Alexander, Justice of
be poaoo; John Bonltlieo, Police MitglH-'
tmte, City of Vancouver) Thomas Dunn,
Justiee of lhe Peace; Isiuiu Johns,Col,;
Edward E, Rand, Keui Estate Broker;
It. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Roal Estate Broker; Pither A Edson,
Roval lintel*. H. F, Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. ll,', J. W. MoFarladd, I'ort Moody,
lo Vancouvor and English Bay; F. C.
Innes A Co, Heal Estate Brokers; A. W.
' Ross, Ileal Estate Broker; Gravely A
Hplnks. Heal Estate Brokers; R. C. Vet*
gusoh, Mgr. It, O. P. Mills.,        JetOto.
Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON.
Hercbant Tailor!
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
McKEJNZIE    STREET,
First Door to tho Right from Columbia
Streot, aud will have always on hand
a full assortment of
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A  PERFECT   FIT
Oua ran teed In Evory Cane.
docile    «	
WHITE
IS KING!
—mtOBTIM AND DIAHM IK—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Stisit,1
Newspapers,      r
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to  nn
House in.British Columbia.
 UOLEAQraiTS fok-—
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY
for this celebrated Maohine, I
lyould be pleased to Bend one on trlsl to
sny person desirous of trarchaalntt. The
Moehlues are Mid on their own merits.
Every Machine guaranteed by the Company for five years.
WOETH
The Great French Kenicily, Dr. Le-
Utie'a Periodical Pills. These Fills are
compounded from tho purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
npnti the (linnatiee. Ori/iuis in Females.
Thev ave first eneloscd in an air-tight
capsulo, and by this means made to retain their lull strength for years in any
climate.   Ask us for private circular.
•U0,' -•     -  "Hug it wffl .TSSer. 'Now Westminster, T   MoNcel.y, Ud-
Lfctl—L Tt.frvinB. ,Mr'eUni!ingi.H, McDowell * Co., Van-   Kl
t cou.en Plmbnrjr * Co.', Nanaimo; IT.
Pickard, Denman Island; A. It. Johnson
A Co., Chemainus) K. H. Rlonarilson
Cowichan;. W, E. McC»rtn.y ft Bio.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. 11. Lovrll, Yale;
\V. ». M«gaw, Priest Valley; II. Clink
eV Co., Kamloops; Laxulky ft Co.,
wholesslo Meats, Vletorla,    dwse28yt
C0 3!j:E,^.ajTT2"
Capital. 83,000,000;   Losses
I>ald, $48,000,000
•E»*»lt»imala«»cl «t*Of»
Rates u Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
ttt Kiaks promptly token, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R.PEAr\80N,
lloe7ln (B. C. S. * P. Co.l AOENT,
Of Boston
Tiie Minion .*»*,,
Of Ituwmanville, ■">*■ ■.,■
And agenta fur all the .railing Amur.c-.iu
pianos & mm
SPECIAL FORMS
MLEDAPMNTID,
ti fori
On the prciuisoB, an neatly rim) ehekp':
a* at any othei   eito.ilithiir.tmt in tU
Province,
I.   .1.    ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery A Ffifloy OlasB-
"'t       ware A China Store,
Columbia 8t,y     .     New ffciti
cljaOto
In all ito Branchcu.
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and aU kinds)
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
CampB and Farmers, kept ln stock and
mndo to onler.
Horse-Shoeing and General
Jobbing,
Wo also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Springs and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiting anything in our lino
will find by. inspecting our stock tbat
they don't require to go to Viotoria to
get what they want, for they can get a
superior article at a reasonable price
hero.
We aro also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated
VICT0B   HAY  BALING PHK88,
At reduced prices.   It ii the best and
cheapest Press In the market,
wVfe have got the best workmen to be
•>nd tn the country, and we Import nearly
1 tbe stook we one from the east—unnse-
.[I„B,J    OtiEMRNT T. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF  niUTIRH COLUMftlA
VICTORIA, oy the Grace or Oml of the
United Kingdom nl Grail Itrltnln antl
Ireland, Quren,. Pefrntler of tlm Faith,
&e..*c.,Ai\ ■
To Onr faithful tbe Members elected to
sorve in the LoslHluilvtiAHHRniblyofOur
Province of llrltlsh Columhlu, and sunt*
ninnpfl mvl ciillptl tn a inopfhiK ot the
IifKlKltiturt' nr I'lullnim-nt nf, Our suld
I'mvlnw., at nnr City of Vlclorln, nn'
Monday ahe Thirteen IU dny of December
Instant, it) lmvo beou'commenced and
hold, and every of you-oiiKKf in«;
A PROCLAMATION!
Alex. E. R Davir.) \*7 HEREAS THE
AttornnifGcncral. f > > Meet! UK of tho
Legislature or Pn HI anient of the Province
oi* BrlllHh ColumMiiNt finds* ciillod for Mondny, thn Tlilrtei'iitli day of Deueinbcr In-
Ntttnt, nt-whidh timo nt. Our. City of Vie*.
toria, you were held nud ci>nntrnlned to
appear.
NOW KNOW YE.thatfordlvorscausqs
tindeonslilernllon, nnd Inking Into fori-
fddcrntlnn Hi(>(nmjiii.d(*onvi*iilt>iieOQfour
qusntly we can offer Inducements tu pur*
onnserH that we could not hsve done some
Mine ngo. All material nnd work lo-iving
tliu "iioi) will he cuuriinteed tobojtmt «■*
represented. Orders froin tho country
promptly attended to,
•iwonlmi REID & OURRtE,
In the East.
JU«T ARRIVED*
loving subjects. Wu have thought ,flt. by
and with the advice of our Executive
Council of tho Province of British Columbia, to relieve you, nnd cueh of you,
ofyouruttendnnceat tho time aforaiafd [
hereby convoking] ("id by those presents
enjoining, you imd each of you, lhat oh
Monday,* the twenty-Fourth day
of the month of JANUARY next, you
meet Us In Our mild Legislature or Parliament of Our said Provltieo.ut Our City of
Vlelorlil, FOR TIIE DlHPATUU OF BU8I-
NEHS, to treat, do, net, nnd ennelude Upon those things which in Our, Legislature
ofthe Provin no nf British ColnmhlH. hy
the Common Counell of Our said Province
may, by tho favor of Ood bo ordained,
Im Testimony Wiiriirof, Wo have
eniiHed these Our Letter* to bo made
Patent and the Great Heul of Iho said
Province to be hereunto affixed: Witness the Honorable Clrmbht F. Cork*
wall, Lieutenant-Governor of Our
said Province of UrltMi Coiumbin, In
Our Oity of Victoria, In Our said Province, this Tenth flfty of December, In
th* year of Our Lord, one thousand
eight hundred nnd eighty six, and lo
the fiftieth ycitr of Our Reign.
, By Command.
JNO. RORHOK.
iI.deVIM Prnvl'iolnlRccretnvy,
THE FIRKT INSTALMENT OF MR
McPhmlcn's purchases in the Bait
hns Just arrived. This shipment hat
been hurried through specially fur the
Christmas and holiday trade^nnd consist!
of choice and well selected'Goods, suitable for this season of the year.       «u
Heavy invoices and bills of lading are
Just to hand direct from manufacturers
refiners and packers of Goods, now In
transit aoroHa thc continent, nnd when
this lot arrives McPhaden will carry the
beat assortment of
■•■"I    ■
Staple and Fancy
Groceries
In tho Province, and Bell at prioes
never before touched in British Columbia,
Coal Oil,
- A onr lost) of tho famous lilgU test l»w
lln* CMl all illroct from Clcelsnd,
oiiio,oxiwolal dolly,
SUQAR, SUQAR.
A oar load direct from refinery of 8u<
ir.. Uyi "  -   •-■" -u
islitli.
—AOKNTS  KOm—,„
Cwtfmteration Uio Assurance Cc,
North Britiih and Mercantile Fire.
Inivranee Co.1
, Agent, fnr First-Ota*---
JIM __l WIMt-ttLWrlfiT IkfK
iHirriNti Kiciipn.
BIIM, M0»TUi» H,
BIL18 OK BALI,
CDIT0S U0U8R BUXth
iusks. n»s.iiwn,
0SMRB, MOIirrH,
And sll kinds ol Blsiik Book, sad B ...It
Forms on hud.
Coal Oil.
i\ Bilr  1UUU   uncri  iiusa.   iuiiiiuij   ws   um-
gan.Bymps antl Molasses expeoted oh
' .lust arrived direct from Yokohama, ex
"Uity of Peklu," a flue line or Japan, Eng-
ltsb Breakfast, Young Hyson, Oolong and
Gunpowder Teas.
unreal 1 and examine our Goods befon
purchasing your Christmas supplies.
D. McPHADEN,
Importer, Wholesale k Retail Grocer,
NRW WESTMINBTEB, B.C.     ddelle
—All th. Lading-
NEW8PAPER8
-AND-
WPHAW
Befaluly noetrei. SobsoriBtloiul ta'ten
for iny Pabliostlw st o*Mt tslts.      <
Wi Import dlrwt bom nunnfiw
tarns, ial osuot b. nnd.nold In thi,
Prorlno..
T.R, PEABS0N A 01,
OOtDMBU w*s*ji,.
Htw Wntminitw, B. C.

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