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R 0., SATURDAY EVENING, SEFTEMBER'25, 1886.
NUMBER 49
DOtJGLAS&DtlGHTON,
Hanufaeturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dw-)ly«lte
Saturday Kvenlai, Sett, m, WW.
In considering the probabilities ot
European war it is well tb remember
that England owns the controlling
interest in the Suez Canal, that she
is Egypt's creditor in the sum of
$350,000,000, and tliat she; has several thousand troops in Egypt: * So;
long ,M;(E*iglau'liiij nj»*tji^0*.1the
exit and entrance to the canal hex
IndianJ p**MSss|o*#' I fWwlBI*
Australian colonies in comparative* j
easy reach, afid the'' trade ct ?ti**
| taStohtino-ile heaoiies- a
less -•jat-nirfe'm 8»rs»-*?(!ftlTCpoyo
It is. desirable to Russia .as a mari-
: time Joaflet, and 'for tw :otheroon-
tjonj /Hip general jealousy et
the >esternJ EtoAJiean pWett- -ttV
j war^ia-psia flrjiuld naturally ltad
them,  to] desire , to  see  ^ustha
, in pdssssdi-n otlthe Ooldejij Hdrt*
when the rapidly approaohing dis-
• solut*-m; of thb'tTurbiihl empire is
accon*phshed,,bUt jeijJjOjusyissomt-
times sdiothered by greed, sometimes
silenced by ,feO|ivan^ the danger ot
a Franco-Russian, alliance may lead
BismahilctoJ IttlRuuia tekeJGon-
stantinople. England will gladly'
take Egypt as an offset. Austria
may be placafed by the anhexation
of three offour, adjacent provinces.
And, withJthe K*t of Europe^gainst
hor, France, will be an unimportant
factor in the final division of spoils.
—Cfiiatfo litttftOtean.........,, L,,R
The Idea that it i» possible to pro-
pol ships at the rate of 40 knots an
hour, or;at someBpeed wuch higher
than exists at present, is being discussed ! Uth 'in' this-. court try and
Amerhia. Prof. Thurston, rf Sibley
OolH#;_ conclildis that it.is possiblel
The «***ioiurj*'of .those whohoWthfit
47 miles an hour is attainable is
basidon what is dine inr torpedo
boats; but it by no means follows
that what is possible on a small scale
is equally possible On a lafge scale.
It Would be necessary, in order to
secure j success, to augment not only
the dimensions of tne moving parts,
but the strength of materialsof whieh
they, are made without augmenting
their'' weight, in' a way which is not
praotieable, So for as oan In seen
the'limit has ' been very nearly
[readied at present in such Bl|ip»,ft»,
the Oregon and the America, if
,the power acquired augmented in
any, reasonable ratio with the speed,
Mien great, ndvancos would be practicable. Yet, even if doubling ther
power, doubled the speed, it is not
easy to see how double her. pwBent
speed WW be got into the,America.
; This i vessel has a' displeeement ef
6,500. tons,'awl. engines indicating
9,006'lwrse*.. Bhe can make nearly
20 kwii; «)♦* i-t**- «pul]j>--
would require not'Iess than 8x!
equals 78,000 horse i»Wi-«t least-
am'' this is quite out*of the question.
The'only hope "e-f success must)'be
sought in the di»oovery of invention
of some type of engine which Wilt
have \ no reciprilo'a-iing parts~« rotary engine, in faot, permitting an
extravagantly high piston' speeds
be adopted, end even *hen j* rwpulf
be extrernely problematical whether'
suck,a spe^couldibejnadetopaji.i
—Pithlk Opinion.'.
io;hirP-hm   ')>[>:
The announcement thatJinanoial
arrangements have been juade fer
the construction of a railway to
Hudson's Bay from Winnipeg is
made in positive, ten»s„ and it may
be . true. . Money , is cheap in .Loudon and railway building Black, The
. good; traffio of; the Oamidian Paoific
Ideneein uogriate
oslte  tlie
, first door
t\  HeLBAN, M.B.
- Office — MoKensle St., c
Lockup. Brsidknce—Agnes
east of Mr. Cunningham's.
JaSOlo     ..  NewwesUolnsUr.ac.
—-—».v"w—±s—i  ;' :■"
IT  M. fcOOPER, B, A., ttt. D.,
OFFroi* K" RESlD^Oti^liW k
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
'  an to 8 p. in. Calls In town and conn-
 to, teste
try promptly attended t
Tf
..IV
'Mhiiii-ii"
tr
'DiNTisT,
Colonial Hotel,
ew Westminster, B. C.
m
tr.
rn
DENTAL SUBQEON,
rl pperatlonsj 'perfornfed in ai
ulhlif*'!
dwauStd
skllfiitrWjn-ier.
iOFKlcB^at the Colonial'Hotel.
cr
. BROWN,
Ji'l&NTte*.
I lOrnos-Over D. 8. Curtis dr Co.'s Drag
Store, Columbia St, New Westminster.
..Hri-p-miiSfeY-,   ,/] !;;-;;
Will visit Cnllllwhaok the first Monday
end two following- days In eaoh month.
' T.eth painlessly eitraete*.   aul* .
f-osmosttk* nttstta,
lV .,      . " fiAMIS-ftSS, "   '
..;...,-   staorroas, MO
Office, Mokensle Street, New Westminster,
ond Vancouver, BYO. JySldwto
W   NrtWKAN BOM1,
■     fi     i*AllI**i|TE*A^LA.W,.V ■
*jani'Jlffl*t..'1':;,  "'.''■:'1, MqneictoLeaB.
. Columbia Street,
Kite    ■ ■.    . New Westminster, B.O.
Olytt'^NOlNEEB,'   '
Laud fMt^f^f-f^stjgltfffi^tstt.
jOFFICE-One door :North  ol  Messrs.
Corbould dr McColrs, MoKensle Street.
dw-selJlto
WALTER J. WALKER,
H> fry>'.'-.  ■ ..-■■
r   Auditor, A.conatant, Ae.
Colonial Hotel, New Westr.
dsel3mS
fegi
Inei
R. HOWSK,
—.   Formerly Howse, Hill * Bloknian,
.egitp anaeume thot ha will resume »u--
nessas   ■(   .
rjan.yw,lt«llJ>l*t. Inker aa4 j,
:,/;] ■,   Co»le,mm    '       ■;_;
8n and after the 21st Instant  Office, New
aledonla Hotel, Murray St, Port Moody.
selSto       ,
a|.'**Stlffl»Ta r.swum
|    AUOWONBEB AND APPRAISER,
ColijnibliptrM^„„...,..NewWs-tmln»1«
All commissions win receive prompt
and careful attention. Bast references
given when required. mhljJJ-t*
f-'      ''M*'' "   »': ■■■    J!i"   * "
UKD, EOE ui EENM M
1   Bent and Debt Collector.
SKYKRAl tmt FAR« FOB BALI.
c. Mcdonough
FIONT STMET, «W WESTMIHSTM.
^rh^Mt*Vro4^U
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots* Shoes,
Ao, *o.   :i:;' 'li; ■   oL.j
THE REST GENERAL STORE IN THE
^crrY^-tjRY.iT. r„.,.. r
Farm Produce taken at highest prices.
 dw-jlyJilto'
Cal
Ageal f»r Ike TBAVI
also'will 5glv(
enterprises. (There is no,oertainty
j that there is even four months of
good iWvigatiou to the bay: during
any one year, and it is certain that
thmelis'lessin'iianyseasons.! Itis
nearly cer, tain that steamers must
be built for the route of unusual
strength ai^jiVsrt4entlj(lwi|llhe
I expensive nnd not well suited.for
other service Airing the.restiof> the.
| year. It is true that there will be
.for years little cargo from Britain
' to tho Northwest. But if moneyed
metj'rn 'LbndoV have resol-edto
! buMitti8*»iaseii'fflk-yfr«di bum rtiimpraM
wiU be^*heet*may *y *>ayji iThe
fint; n^infatte ro^'fromiWii-oir
! peg,.i»|lj|*-vard fpllojrs the rontie.jfeV
down liy Mr. Sandford Fleming un-'
der Mr. Mackensle's dirtictidn for
the Canadian Pacitio and will icne-
fit directly the province of Manitoba.
It is -j-JrpjfieiM Ihet grain froin Dako'
ta as Avell1 as ,the home pmvince
will pass over this part of the road.
A ral|ta*r|itro>*. WvjfyMiWfl
east oil the mountains in a nortli-
westirly direction will no doubt be
built to join the Hudson Bey' line if
the steamers are successful. It would
give e very short mil end steamer
TOute'fr^^i.^ttle «f Mdntena'ai'd
our own' territory to Englan4r; ;Tea
from Japan nnghi be sent by this
route to competewith the Suet canal.   But four months is a short sea-
i»ft Wl-v^oe 'MWm'-MM
among the possibilities. We shall
eee,—roi-imto IToiW.
UK an*
"*ii*4W, •■
. OFFIOEl-
Mer.
■Ferris Street, New Westmln-
....    „l-.     felto
,rj:.':.lfi)-r*:r *—
TooiirlinfrBuUi
tAHD SORVEyORS,
Beat Setlt, Instmnce and
Commission Ajcents.
FlflE, LIFE, -MIOEHT • HMINE IWUUIIDE
OOLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone St,
k«W nuTMUSTU.
d'elHto	
RAND BROS.
R*
OwiT.yaue.ra, Coll.et.rs,
| -BlhT ;> am mars.-, titmu,
OfflcesalVIOTORIAi Fort Street,
VAnCOTJvbR,' Cordova 'Street
BUIIiDlNS JsyttS lor sale In all sections
fnd Now WestmlnsterClty.
FARM, LANDS of superior Quality for
sale Si Ohllllwhaolt, Port Hammoad,
^M'j)i»Wt*l"J'lS)'fflfK'}tl      """""
ner's Landing, Lulu Island,
ami vi» ni«.v •■...,.     Jr.
„ Bay,	
   , ... North Arm
ond Pitt River.
Mans and Plans exhibited and the fullest Inlonnntlon hiriil.h.ri at all our offlce.
m
SECONDHAND
Plans nd Bpeeifleatlens for all
kinds of Buildings cere-
. .rally Prepared.    ,   ,
JOBBmo jTOflrix and.%b|ifiji,-:
lY:j-J-BCUTEIJ,:
• All orders left at Ocildent Hotel, or at
tbe shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your fa-
tor solicited. jeBto
J.A.CAWLEY&»
HAVINO PURCHASED THB
Shingle Mill __
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, are prepared to execute all
Orders promptly and to the satisfaction
of their customers.
All kinds or Tl'lNISU il.ne l. .rder.
*. A. CAWLEY A CO.
ja«w POPCUM, 8. Oi'
TUBNLR, BEETON.«CO.
MEItCHANT?-9i
WHABP STREET..... VICTOBIA.
-.CmiStT-   JiTOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. tor HalnhtRd.
•H.6;S£eT6tim60t,  I'i
!     36 Ptnakilry Gireus,
London, E. 0,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS -««>
ladles', «• arts', Hisses' ud CMMrea's
■eats. JSkaes and Gaiters
Made to Order and Kept on Hand, j
COLttIM ITTtEET,    •    *#t. NYAOK MU
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mtUte
JMIO
THOS.; OVENS,
MANCPACTURER op
BliS;MeS;
li??   »   e-. i_i it*.,, ■-i.'a J*.* "e i
        -jryj __.      	
Saftiij;'Bl^n-rMRohW''Als.,- Ac.;1*
Repaired. •
BLACKSMITHINC
ito nil Its branches.  Farmers', I-ogRcrs',
H lllll and Contract Work; Agricultural
v1   Implements, and everything In the
!£     blacksmith 1 Ine mode to ordor.
Huving secured flrst-clinH workmen, we
feel conifelent of giving witlBfaetlon., .
■ar Hotte-ihoelng iv specialty.    ,
dw-JlySlto]   Columbia St., Now West.
PIANO
Fqr Sal-ebr, ttr Rent
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS.
Apply to the
RagT^TJONERy A PRINTING CO'
dsoleto     '    tfjftk T. R. VikSmii A Co.)
—rott--■•'■■.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
rtfl0^hf-\   -;■  I
A. Dlt Blt'8
FRONT STREET,, Qrt; C. P. H.' VltkSt./
Ml/.,,1   .|| .ewwe   ' ,r
Mannfactnror and Dealer lit-
EATHER &FI    IDS.
All Kinds of HWes.and Skins 0*k
■lid Hemlock Tinned.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND SKINS.
On hand' always a 1001I supply U fathor both ol my own manufacture and
Impwtad..,  . 	
I havo secured the services of Mr. Wm.
Burnett to superl uteml tho custom re-
alrinsdopartineul.
• JAMES ROUSSEAU.
Colombia St., New Wesmtllll
• fdw-nu2yl)
titer, i
w/w,a4
Tlie Model Tailor
Coiemble St., Itew Wcslmlnsler.
HA VINO JUST RJCEIVEDOUR NEW
HprllifSlock, we Invite Inspection ot
tho finest select-nil of        ,.
Easllsh, Sclek, Orrm.B, rreaek,
aad Aanioaa ' ' " "    ''
suitings \<mt
Ever shown In Now Westminster, ;We
liavesecured tho services of MH. HUGH
O'HAOAN.aprnollcnlCnttorWhohaiihnd
long experience Iii London, Paris, and.the
leading eastern cities, and for a GOOD Pit
'and'aHlstlo style wc defy competition, •
mhJJIOU! THOS. WAIJ-H.
PIONEKR
HAS ALWAYS ON  HAND A OOOD
.upply of
fresh tna salt Water Fish.
GhA-MSI IM* SJSLA.SO-N-.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.
Purchases will be dollvenrd In any part
of the Clly fren of irlinnce, rl-JlySlyl
WaE^ikllSTIN,
0 A Ume Assortment of
DRY GOODS
J .   ■'/••: v.. .^iJuif ..':.r   L
GRQ<?#|IIE$
At*n*A*B ON HAND.''•
HEay and Feed
WHOtESAtE AND RETAIL.
Weruntwostagenda!ly,e*sceptSunday-!,
to Fort Moody, carrying H.M.B. mall*.
Asjiq liquor or tobaeeij Is used we can by
tempei^te habl'^ and (nteful economy
serve the put)Uo at espoetally Tow rates.
J ■,,,, dwee.tBtq;,,>-   -,;	
F. ClAKE,
P1-ACTI6AL
JEWELER,
G0LUMBI4 STBEET-,     HEW WESTMIHSTEII.
Oppmnite 1'Mnnlngbnm et C»'s.
SIGN Of THI BIG WM
•WLATE MANAtlBR FOI* SAVAGE A
i ' LYMAH, MONTREAL.
Chronemetf-e, Beieelew, Ckroie-
grsphen, end ell Ine Welch
repairs» Specialty.
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHES which
have been Injured by Incompetent
watoh repairers oan be made equnl to new
again. JEWELRY of all kinds made and
repaired. All work warranted; charges
moderate.   Estimates given freo of charge.
Vte^^,f^6,i*^!''"*;*,*,w'
•P-"--*     WaleKes and Jewelry cheaper
than aay other honse In B. C.
LADIES'SOLID 12 CARAT GOLD AMERICAN STEM WINDING WATCHES,
accurata.Umekeepers, Ui; usual price, Hi.
NATIONAL
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
WTo «liop l»tely oceuplod by Ur. Darcy,
Coiumbin. Street. .
Call and examine our stock nnd priced
before buylmr. We can't be HNUER80U)
In the city. Itepnlrlng of al I kinds neatly
dono. \V. PllOTHEHG'4 CO.
« ■   selOtc     ..
Capital,  -   (5,000,000,
ESTABLISHED A.D. 1822.
Rates as Low as Any
Other Company.
DKIAfllKD DWBHIKG8, J por cent.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dseioto —.a-xascT.
BOY WANTED.
X  INTBLUOKNT   BOY  WANTED
"   '        *' '"*"—* -—is. Apiil"
daujAtq
A'io feftfiTtT.e iVlntlnf builncur Apply
nt hU office. *
d.;G.vBUNTE.
Importer and Dealer In
*•   Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw
Uattrcius to Order.
Blankets,Clilimber Bet», Window SltadeN.
'   Oil Cloths, Matting, Wnll Paper.
I     V/HJlliO,     tliaLUUJj)      t» I1U     1 H)1C1 |
HitHkL'ts, Bird CaeeR, Flower PoU,
Hanging Baikets, Plcturen,
Framen, Brackets,
Baby Cnrrlages, etc.    -
I'ftliircN framed nnd Bepalrlni done
to order.  Also.
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give una call before purchasing
elsewhere. J. G. BUNTi!,
Opposite Post Office, Columbia Street,
upntc New Weatmlnater.
P. PEEBLES.
J.W.HECia-EY
Peebles § Heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
rURWITURS
MANUFACTURERS,
' '■'    : -Aitll-
UPHOLSTERERS
Bpring asd W-mi Mattresses ami
Bedding always 01 band.
HAVE ON HAND THE
LARGEST AND BEST STOCk OF FDR
N1TIIRE ON THE MAINLAND.
Estimated for Office and Btore FlUlnga.
Alt experienced npliolalerer has been
engand by tbo Ann, wbo nre now pre-
Eare-Xtodoall klnduof work In theup-
olatory line. djIySto
SUN   LIFE
OF   CANADA.
Business of 1885.—Lire Department.
Income. $319,987.05;   Increase, Wl.fl07.-I0.
AsselH, jl.411.0M.33i   Ineretwo, ll.*W,007.09.
New Lite Applications, ti,mflJl.loi  Ui-
crease.r07.msa
Life Policies In force, $7,930^78.77; In-
crease, 11,086^74.71
ACi'lDENT DEPARTMENT,
By Introducing Its popular Unconditional Lite Policy tbe Sun -showed llnolf ono
of the most liberal Institutions of Hs kind
in the world. It maintains this reputation by following tho same course In Its
Accident Department. It offer* to tho
publio Incomparably ^,- i ,)
The Host Liberal. Mralghffbrwani, Fa«
technical Accident Policy In Exlateace*
The following are a few o{ the. poinbt of
superiority:
Fifteen Days op Gback nre allowed.
(See condition I). No other Company in
America allows one hour.
BONDft-Should no claim be made tor
Ave yeurs, thc sixth year's assurance will
be allowed free of charge, If the age Is
under &V (Bee condition 2). Very few
other Companies give this privilege.
Policies Not Voided by engaging In
a more hnziirdoun occupation thnn that
assured againm. For particulars see Policy. This advantage can be obtained
hardly anywhere else.       '     - ■ •    *
Behidencr — More  liberal  conditions
than given by ony other Compnny In America.
R. MACAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. President.
A, E. IMRIE, Genera) Agent,
Victoria, B. C.
J1y28to
JOHX O. McLEOD. Agent.
Now Westminster, B. C.
The 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 FIX-
TAKES, GLOBES,
&c, are on the way.
513" Orders may be left at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
il-Jlyllto MANAGER.
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART  BOYS WANTED AT
' onco to sell the Dally Columbian,
Apply n* This Offlee. danl-Kc
SPENQE'S BRIDQE, B. O.
WE B^rff9; INFORM YOU  THAT
■ " we liave leased thej Morton House
at Spence's Bridge from! .if r, Murray and
that It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
yonr patronage and we promise If yon
will favor Ub with It to do nil wc can to
satisfy yon in every respect. Mra, Reid,
who has had much experience, will attend to the culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
Je28m5 ';,       REID A NEFF.
OOME AND SEE I
H„A
W. H-pHDLDEN,
AVING  TAKEN POSSESSION OF
 the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling pnblic
at the following rates:
Board per day	
II II     *"j/**£l-*
Single Meals ".'.'.".
'..-.........fl 00
 5 00
n-Good accommodation for Ladiea and
families, myfito
E. HUTCHERSON,
'     NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner-8 Landing, B. C.
mHK SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
I   form the people of British Colnmbia
that he has established a Nnrsery at Ladner's Landing, and la prepared to All
all orders for- Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Twes, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
de. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. Tne
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training in the business, and having a
fiermunent stake In the country it Is hia
ntercst to deal fairly with the public. He
will wult upon the various towns and settlement* shortly, and all orders will bave
hia personal attention.
aul2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
"BLUE STORE"
STMMDTH.
The only place on
the Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
•arAll Business Men and Merchants
should keep this time, as Steamboats and
Trains arrive and dopart by the same.
8TIRSKY,
WATCHMAKER,
Columbia St., New Weill. dwansyl
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nnrljr Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE IiAROKST AND   CHOICKST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE6ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, ud Steamboats atthe
LOWEST TOS6IBLE TRICES.,
Just Opened.
Stoves&Tinware
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A SPECIALTY.
NO. WCpMIMIlIA STREET,
dwautac     ll.llirmrk's Ulnar Ballillns.
i mo m
IN A PI-EASANT1*'ABT OF *rHE PlVt-
Apply to
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
apj*8tc        _ ,'■
FOR SAME;
lit, ACRES-IMPBOVED  FARM.-
t-v    Easy Terms.  Applyto   '
W. C. MoBOCOALf,,
Jnl2lc ,     Elgin P.O.
0
FOR   SALE.
.HE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-'1
_   leySaw and Planing MIU; mill In
good order. For particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST.
Or, Messra. DRAKEJACKSON,
aplStc 4 HELMCKEN, Vicioria.
Land fop .Sale!
TjBTVirEEN iFIVB   AJ-TD'SIX THOU-,   ,
JJ  suiid Acres of tbe very best Alder-
bottom and Prairie Ijand, in Township lit
Xew Westminster DiBtrlot.   Will be soltl    '
In one block or In subdivisions to iiilt, rfl
on ven- liberal terms.  Apply to HENRY
MATHBB8* New Westminster City. .-,„•■
dwjly2j|m3 .
For Sale or To Rent
THE UNDEB8IGNED offers a Farm tor
for nnle or rent. Also 'Milch Cows
andyonng Cattle, HogB, and a few young
Horses, There are several pairs or good
steers that would mako excellent working -
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls In the province/The stock Is all
very gentle, •:.- ■ !    !*■*.■*•
JJ. NICHOLSON, '
mbSte ■'   Mount Lehman P.O.;
FOR__SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot T, situated on Provost street, be*
tween Mary and McKenzie streets, now
ln the occupation of Capt. Grant; contains i
8 rooms with usual offices. ,   .
Valuable City Lots.
Farms nenr City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farmson MiidBay.
8o acres of Land at Whonock.Railway.
Station. .... .rr   .       .ry....
74 acres :of valuable Land 2 miles froas
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut -
Appy     capt. fiTTENbiuokr
Je23tc    Land Agent, New Weitminiter.' >
FOR_SAtE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
q   MILES   FROM    LADNER'SJ'
O      Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises., Apply to . .... ;||i(jngj]
E. A. WADHAMS, '
dc22tc Ladner's Landing,B.C.
For Sale!
(ON EASY TERMS)    ,
fl spin of Work Hemes,
10 Car Males,
0 Turn Males,
4 Saddle Hones,
i j oke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage Team,
1 Piano In good order,
3 Dump Carts wltk Iron Axles,
A nimher of second-hand Wketl
Barrows,
1 Bnckere Mower (new),
1 Ilhlca Haj Bake.
For particulars apply to
T. J. TRAM*,        ■■_. /
mylfitc Auctioneer, N. w.
Every Man to bis own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   OOLOHIH HOTEL).
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.: ;,
Pk)slclan>' PrescrlpMoai and Tib-
Ur Beelpes a Speclaltj.
N   B. — Only Ucnuine Druj.   used.
Over twenty veus' experience.    nir23
NOTICE
TH HKKB1I\ GIVEN ibai application
1 will be mnde tothe Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia,
atthe next session thereof, for' an Act to
incorporate a company for the purpose of
construcihiK! nianaglng »nd maintaining
Works nt tho terminal point J   "
Water \  	
Canadian Pacific Railway on Coal Harbor
and English Bay, and for the purposes.
thereof granting To the said compsnyth*
grlvllege of taking water fromCapUanf)
reek, Burnaby Luke or olher suitable
points, with power to tho aaid company
to build flumes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, ocqnlre lands, and do all other acts
and things neeessary for the par-pom'
aforesaid.
KBERTS A TAYLOH.
,   Solicitors for Applleaata.
Dated September 30th, 1885. deWc
Public Notice
Kew WettaiaiUr Mk Libru^,
THE  XINDERSIONBD   (THANKS fO»
tlio, kind ness and pf-rniHUin of the
Mayor and City Council) two weeks aco
re-opened thoiPublic Library,and takes
tblK opportunity to ofli-r nn invitation to
residents of New Westminster to pay Mm
a visit. Papers nnd Magazines from all
illreellnni" ave received for patrons arid
visitor*, and more will be added in casa a
reasonable support Is obtained. -The
terms are 50 cents it month, in arfmntv, as
-mpors, Ae., arc paid for In advance. This
will amount to nbout '2 rents a day, or the
cost of one cigar for seven dnvs pormlnlon
to see news trom nil over the world, and
elcgnnt books which maybe chanced
every 24 hours! Thoro is no compulsion
nbout this, but those who bolieve In get-
ting In out of the rain and who can anioy
n decent Arc will doubtless appreciate this
Institution. Ladles and strangers art froe,
s) doubtless nl I tho parties who behove lit
Mm1 Ribbon will eontu forward at once
nnd Join this attractive aflltlr, both fair
tlu-lr own credit and Uiatofotbar*. Come
ono, oome nil, nnd you will be attended to
I.v one who can soap alt clauses, vlt,:
YouwUoM?&-w.m*0HM.
New West., Aug. H, ISSU. dMItNe NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Money Found Bank
gailg $ritish -Idumbian
galardajr Evening. Sept. M. WHO.
Track-Laying.
We are glad to see a gang of men
at work to-day laying the railway
tracle-frorB the wharf westward to
the place whore tho terminal buildings are expected to be located. If
the company will now begin in earnest to carry forward with all possible
speed the work that has so long been
in hand, and put up the wharves and
station aid engine house, we have
no doubt the people will speedily
forget what is past. If this is not
done we are perfectly sure the good
feeling that has happily existed between the city and the syndicate
will: be succeeded by distrust which
may end in embarrassments to both.
The Eastern Uow.
The Week, of Toronto, usually
well informed on European subjects,
takes the position that Austria is a
great deal more interested than
Britain in the Balkans, and her interests would be much more seriously afteoted by Russian occupation of
Bulgaria. Quite a number of bos'
tile continental papers declared thit'
the abdication of Prince Alexander
wus a direot rebuff to'Great Britain.
The Week points out, however,
the fact that by the re-establishment
of Russian influence in Bulgaria the
great rival of .Austria obtains a seat
on .the Danube, which is an Austrian river. "This is the centre of
gravity of the whole question," says
the Week, "and*if Russia proceeds
further from this vantage ground to
Constantinople, the main arterial
stream of Austria-Hungary will be
irredeemably under the control of an
enemy." It is generally supposed
that Bismarck is anxious above all
things for peace, ahd that he has
yielded to Russia so as to prevent
an alliance between that power and
France. But it may be that he has
got out of the frying pan into the
lire, for Russian greed may prove a
great- deal more dangerous than'
Fretieh li»te. The friendship-and
alliance of tho czar go no further
than the interests of the empire
will permit, ond whenever Russia
finds German alliance standing in
the way of her ambitious schemes
ahe will abandon it without ceremony.
Repudiation ft Independence.
Political circles in the east are
exercising themselves a good deal
over Sir John Macdonald's repudiation of the Toronto Mail and the
Hails declaration of independence.
It it stated that in his London
speech Sir John intimated that
neither he nor his party could be
held responsible for. the utterances
of the Mail, and that, in fact, the
Mail had no authority to speak either tii him bt the party. Sir John,
however, did not say this, although
he said something that was perhaps
intended to leave such an impression.
What he did say was this: 'The
Toronto Mail is an able paper. We
are proud and glad to have its support. It is written with great ability, and its circulation is enormous,
far more than that of the Globe.
And while, gentlemen, I am glad to
get its support, I say that I do not
feel, and I will not allow anyone to
say, that what is said in the paper
is the language of Sir John A.
Macdonald." He proceeded then to
mention wherein the attitude of the
Mail on the Catholic question did
not meet liis approval. This might
be repudiation, or it might not. The
Mail might remain the organ both
of Sir John and his party, and still
he could justly assert that its utterances were not the utterances of Sir
John. In as much as he distinctly
declared that he was glad and proud
of itt support, his repudiation was
manifestly very much qualified and
harmless. We presume the same
remark may be made in reference to
the Mails declaration of political
independence, It broadly states
thtt "in all things, both great and
. small, it will not be an organ, but a
thoroughly independent journal."
Those who know the history of tho
Mail are aware that it was made at
the lirst expressly to be the organ
of the Conservative party, and that
it has maintained this relationship
throughout. It was inaugurated as
a joint Btock concern owned by
prominent Conservatives and maintained by them for many years at a
pecuniary loss, and was fed and
patted '.and advertised by tho party
us its speoial organ, The Mail can
no mote maintain an independent
attitude in politics tban the Globe,
and we do not look for any chunge
nt all aa the result of its declaration. It is very probably a mere
subterfuge. There is an alarming
look of independence among eastern
newspapers. A few of the best of
thom are independent, but the great
majority have never yet been con
vioted of indulging an independent
thought.   	
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
worm i kUler, Mother Graves' Worm Kx-
terminator; nothing equals It. Procure
a Inttle and take it liomc.
MONEYRJUND.
FOUND ON THE YALE TRUNK ROAD
between Serpentine Flats and Brownsville, on the 23rd lust., a milu of money.
Tho money has been rlopositeil In the.
Bank ol British Coiumbin, where Uro owner Is requested to call,prove property, ami
pay chaises, « ifwseSBwl
Telephone Cul No. e.
P:0. Bo«7l
WM McCOLL,
S e n g r a 1 Merchandise!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries ^Provisions.1,
I.UNDBOM'S BLOCK, Columbia St,
dw-iuuttc      	
What Physicians Bay Moot the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by-Absorption has for some
time been recoRnized by Medical Men to
betlicmost simple and effebtual means
or conveying to Diseased Oigans, "Curatives," bnt in cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment wns practicably impossible until the introduction of tlto Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than aslnglc prescription nnd Is immeasurably wore decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn immediately over
the seat of Disease, Its curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
ns required to Insure tn return their healthy notion nnd original vigour. It Is coin-
forlnble to the patient and pleasant in its
effects, and euros whon nothing else can.
Thc Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery ns a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was nover in iide,—Jitetttcal Gazette
The Starr Kidney Pail, manufactured
in Toronto, is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and* ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain in the small or the back, sides, etc.,
ftroduclng urlnarv disorders, such as too
requent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition,inabilityof retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting tho presence in the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Brlght'sdisease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY*
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., New "Wostmlnster, apd T. MoNEE*
LEY, Ladner's Landing,   :       dwse23yl
EXCURSION
CHILLIWHACK
AGRICULTURAL FAIR!
Tuesday, 28tli Sept., 1886,
Str."RELTANOE"
WIU. LEAVE C. P. N. CO.'8 WHARF
AT 7 A. M, SHAKP.
FARE ONE WAY ONLY.
ROYAL CITY BRASS BAND
IN ATTENDANCE.
UPON ARRIVAL ATCHILLIWHAOK
the Band nnd Excursion life wfll be
conveyed to tho Fair Grounds on the first
trnin over tho Contrevlllo R. R.—eight
large wagons drawn by a steam engine.
A Grand Entertainment in thc evening
at Henderson Hall,
Three steamers leave Chilliwhack for
New Westminster Wednesday morning.
All Odd Fellows In good standing aro
cordinllv Invited to visit Excelsior Lodge,
No. 7. Monday evening, 27th Sept., at 8
o'clock. dwsciWtd
NEW WESTMINSTER.
One   Night  Only!
SATURDAY,  SEPT'R 25.
Commence nt 8 o'clock prompt.
ADMISSION,     •     23 & W t'KJilS.
Professor Bosco
THE WORLD RENOWNED MAGICIAN,
WHO HAS PERFORMED FOIt ONE
continuous run of 2 yours In London, England; tn crowded nnd delighted
nudlcnees In I'arls, France, for i) months:
with grout sueoess lu nil the principal
towns and cities In Canada and the United States, nnd In other parts of the world.
The press everywhere pronounce Bosco to
be one of tho cleverest mngidiins and en*
tcrtalnors tho world hns over produced.
Mr. Bosco will appear In his new grand
entertainment, entitled,
Two Hours Illusions!
WFor Programme seo small Bills and
Programmes Tn the Halt.
Two hours reul genuine fun. The audience kopt In roars of laughter tho whole
ovening. The entertainment Ih select nnd
without vulgarity ln overy respect
Don't forget tho dato - - SATURDAY,
Sept. 29. rlie-fitd
PY/EMIA
Is tlio most virulent foi-ht of lilooi'-polson.
hur. Less speedilv fiitnl, but not less cen.
'stilly so, Is the viiiiitlon of tho blood of
which the first symptoms nro Pimple*,
Sties, Ilolls, nnd Cutaneous "*rup-
tlons. Whim thc Inlnt of Scrof ulaglve.
wariilngof lis presence bv such Indications,
no lime should he lost In using Aykr's
SAiisM'.Mtii.r.A. thc unly perfect tnd reliable medicine tor the purification of Uie
blood.
SCROFULA
Is ii foul corruption In the blood tbat rod
out nil 'the machinery of lite. Nothing
will croillcato It from tlw system and pre-
vent Ils transmission to offspring nut
Avijii's Saiisai'aiiiu,a. Tbis preparation Is iris., iho only one that will cleans*,
the blond of Mercurial poison and tbo
luini nf I'liiiiiiL'iniis Dlscaaei, Impoverished bleuil Is productive of
AN/EMIA,
A wretched condition Indicated bjr Pallid
Skin, I'lnccl.l Muscles, ShaMer-d
Nerves, und Melancholy. Its first
symptoms nre Weaknesa. Languor,
I.o* i ot Nervo Force, and Mental De.
"ei'ti.Hi. Its course, unchecked, leads
inoviinl.lv to Insanity or death. Women
frequently sutler from It. The onl| medl.
elnc tlml, whilo purifying tho blood, enriches ii with new vitality, and Invlgoratao
the whole system, Is
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
1'HEI'AIIEU DT
D   J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell,
Sold by all Druggists: Price ll! <_
Six-•<•«*& forte*.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON StREET,
Opp. Bed-try Office, New weit'r.
iff
PAPER HANG1NC, CLAZIKC, KMSOMIHING, Ao.
wallTaper.
Tho largest assortment pf Wall Paper
In tho City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hau-J. at bottom prices.  Sam-
Sles on viow at T. R. Pearson A Co.-s
tore, Columbia BU   rapcr knulns at
specially low rates. ;. -     uselwc
Tender* Ibr a Llr«*ai« to cnl Tlaifceroa
Dominion Lands In Ike Province of
BrltlHh i-olninbln.
QEALED TENDERS ADDRE8SED TO!
IO the undersigned, and marked "Tender for a Timber Berth," will boriceijed
ot this Offloeqp to noon On Wednesday
tho 1st day ot December next, for three
timber berths of fifty square miles each,
more or leas, numbered respectively 10,17
nnd 18, situate on the west side of the Columbia River, noar Golden City Station
on the line of tho Canadinn Pnclflc Railway. In the Province of British Columbia.
Sketches shewing the position, approximately ; of these berths, together with the
conditions upon which they will be licensed, and the foi-ras of tender therefor,
may be obtained at this Department or at
the Crown Timber Offices at Winnipeg,
Calgary, N. W. T„ and New Westminster.
British Columbia.
i A. M. BURGESS,
, |r[l Deputy of the
Minister of tho Interior.
Department of the Interior. : .";
Ottawa, 9th Sept., 1880, dwso20t5
MAINLAND
Her Crapy.
(Successors lo W. B. lewis.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C;
Linrjt Hip ui Feed M«.
Horses, Carriages and Stages
Supplied at all Hours.
PRIVATE HORSES AND CARRIAGES
KEPT AT REASONABLE RATES, V
OT.tnLKS-North Kl.lo Coluinliln St.
Telephone No. IS.
OFl'K'K-Oplrosllo Bank ot Ii. C. '■ ■•■'
dnelltc Telephone Xo. 33.
FURm
DitilCl
PHENIX
INSURANCE C0?Y
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK,
(ORGANIZED A, D. 1859.)
$1,000,000
LossesPaid, over $23,000,000
&
HOP LEE
HAS    BEHOVED    HIS    IAUNDBY
From Front Street to No. 64 Colnmbia St,
opposite TIiok. Ovens' Blacksmith Shop,
whore he will bo glad to see hii old customers, dan30mi j-'
Gas Fittings!
E S. SCOULUUt & CO.
Aro Prepared to Supply and Erect     %
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
And everything relating to this branch of
business. —■*-
mar Experienced artd competent mcrf.
only employed, and  work   guaranteed!
first-elans ln every respect.   Prices as low
as anywhere else.   ■ '■'
.., E,s,sc(};aLAH&;cci.v, r.
i d-Jly31tc   ..   ■ ■       ColumbiaBpeeti   !
ASSOCIATION:
Guarantee Capital *l,QM,-MO
FullGftv'm'tDfeposit
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, CANADA
A H0M.E"C0MPANYi.
i This, Association, merits the
donfidence the .Public., is- tepos*.-
ing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders ts
unsurpassed by any Company doing business in Canada, . i '-',   -
It has no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to thefr contracts, '
Its statements to the publio ean bo readily understood, its cash statement ahow*
ing evert Item of Income and how expended.    -* '****■   *'  ' ^ ****' *■»■
Its position isascertalned annually from
a detutled valuation tn which every Item
of liability la included.
Its progress has l-eoa unuaiiipled'ln
he history of Insurance In Qanada. . ., :
Its policies are Indisputable after threo
years, and non-forfeltaoleafter two years'
existence.
Its proflts are distributed upon an equitable, oasis. The profits to one class of
polity holders are not lessoned to give
larger profits to any oth'or class, WnlCh
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan oY distribution.
Liberal loMtHllonn as to BMldi-nr* and
■'    ' Travel.   ™    ■
3, K. MaoDONAM),
Managing Dlreotor.
T. t PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New "WeBlmlnBtei
, ... Je7-2mo-alt«rnat«.
C. G. MAJOR,
GENERAL
... «•. .,.    ,,.,   ......j 'JljJflUJ
/ETNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford, Conn.
.   . CHARTERED A.D. 111(1.
Cash Capital, * $4,000,000
Cash Assets, - $9,192,643
Policies are written in the
aboveCompanies at NewWestminster without reference to
Victoria.
SATEOtt DETACHED DWELLINGS. :. PERCENT
' t
WOODS, IIIRNKB I OAMMK,
AiMls for Hirw w«lmhi*-rr
(Jit, ud Dlslrlrl. dsoCnnl
qOBdHiETE ST00R OF
GROCERIES
want,
$1.2$   --OFTHE-.!
DISTRICT OF
-'J'J.'J. j:riirir'Ji;ii "Jo ^hriljl
Pricfe, $li2E
',   This Map has been produced nt
v.    *.!■*'* fV+^...'".tr*     •it,,
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information neverUefore'ivaila-'
ble respecting the most important
dutrifct'lnthe Province, :•   ■   ■
-., The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line nf
the 0. K.R. and extensions.
■■ buy m COPY,
[ao!
PUBLISHED BY
Beat Kslate, Insurance and
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
, AND VICTORIA. |
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
HEW WESTMINSTER AND VAKCOUVER.
apj-J-lc
-AT-
B0H0M  PRICES!
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY.
flw-jly*tltu
Just Received via O.
P, B. one car-load of
Stoves and Ranees.
These Stoves are from
th© (felebrated firm of
of E. & O. Gurney &
Co. an! dare well
known to be the best
iri th6 jmarfcet. far-
ties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for two more
car loads how on the
way...,--1
E, S. 8C0UILAIU CO.
fifth
COLUMBIA STREET.
NOTICE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
IDTRNDBIW will bo wc«lvc*J
, _„ Mm uhdenur-nicil' up' to nhrtn of-
.ATCllDAYtlH' -25th liwt., for certnln re-
pairs to the Hcott Rond, Hurrey.   '
Sfteolflnatlotin uiin In* «ot*n and forma for
louder obtain ml ut the Uov(-rnmentOfllc«.
Now "West in I lister, at the Elgin Hotel,
Mod Bny, und at Piincli'.i Hotel, Brownsville.
The lowest or nny tender not neooanurily
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
Government Agent.
New Westminster, Kept. 16,1686.   dwsl7td
CHANGE OFJTIME TABLE.
steamM
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE  WII.I,
. rattko regulur trips
IO TAIK IND WAY r»8TS,
I/ravliK Now Westminster on
,.     MONDAYH Slid TIIUHHDiYS
At 7 ir. ill.   Tloliiriilng on Wotltlesdays
mul BHlitnlays
JlyMIc' flAPt. INSt.KY, Ui,M.
Land Beglstrj Ordinance, 1870
Ul tl. Block I, IMS, Block II, LolJIt,
Block II, UU, Block IX, nbdlTlsloa
& ports or nutrtel Ul Wo. IW Ul IV
oek XXVII, SubdUl.l.o S, tan of
Dislrict Ul No. im. and Blook 91, part
or District Ul No. W4a, Ira Ike Cllyaf
Vancouver.
WHEREAJS THE CERTinCATI*|-.OF
Title ol John Calllstor lo'tne aoWe*'
mentioned lands have been lost or destroyed, and application has been made
for duplicates thereof; Notice Is therefore
hereby given that such duplicate certificates will be Issued unless cause be shewn
to the contrary within one month from
the date hereof.
R, W. ARMBTRONG,
,..».,»>.,.,   ..--^-iitsvttasslslat.
Lnnd Registry Office,
-, New Westminster, B.C., llth aenkl'Ik
dsollml
IkS. PITT.
K. PKJ.J1N
PltT & CO,
,m •-'•, ' ;U ,y, ■ 300-5.n
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
IW -A»lt-'
General Gommissiqn^g'ts
VANCOUV.EB, B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED,
te—tts ,   ,
VICTOR PERPETUAL
REID & CURRIE
-J-iOFTHE—i' "' '' .
PACIFIC CARRIA8E WORKS
HAVE PURCHASED THE' SOLE
right to manufacture theie celebrated Hny Balling PresBeB In the Provliioe of
British Columhlu, and are now manufacturing them nt their manufactory, Colom-
biaSt,, New Weatmlnater. Farmeraand
others Interested are advised to call und
seo these presses before purchasing elsewhere.' They hove no equal for economy,
simplicity and; efficiency.
With this Press there Is no climbing up
and .tramping ln the hay and climbing
down again und pulllug out the bale, us
  —■'-    ----•*-   Ererythl
with the old-style presses.
mir is
done on the level ground. You don't stop
tlieteiun to lie the bale. The hale ts discharged automatically, und moves Itself
An to a platform scnle to bo wolghod nnd
tagged. .... ■
It is the cheapest Press, besides being
the best; so every farmer- can aflbid to
have one of hia own, nnd it will save him
Its worth ln one season by reducing the
high rates of freight ton minimum, ahd
by avoiding loss, of time and.vexation
when you want to be balling hay. '
REIDACURR1E.
WU. CURRIE.
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. 6.
H' AWBJO fUBiOHASEl) tlw BUok-
smithing business lately carried on
by W. R; Lewis, and Ike Paeiflo Carriage Works, carried on by Johnstone ft
Smith, we tH' prepared to manuhuimt
all kinds of
Farsfif;WaiJion$,' ;'";''
Carpiages,
JBuggies,
Express Wagons, u
"Stages,
And everything in the vehicle line
on the shortest notice and atroii-
onable price..
, We alio keep in »toek ther above
article., and all kind, ol Wagon
and Carrirge Material.
Re-MlrlnK, Pilntlng ft Trim*
mltll" done at reasonable price*.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all iti branches Farmen', Log
gen', Mill and Contract Work, and
Herinhoeing undertaken; Agricultural ' Impleraenti, and everything
in the blacksmith line made to order.
We aim keep in stock to euppljr
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Goal, Otiaiiii: Hone and Ox Shoes,
Stee) and Iron Harrow ."feelh, Harrows, Springi, AjIm, and a complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.
Having Mcured firit-olaia work
men, we feel confident of giving satisfaction,       ■ ,;i <■■'.
All material and work leaving
the ahpp will be guaranteed fint-
olaai ' Orden from the country
promptly attended ta
mbst.   ftEio oiouaaia
4
vk/MSTer.
CHAMHKRMAIU.
Apply at ine
rseMwl MlMRRH' HOME.
chased the stock
ofHardwape,Paints,
Oils, &c.,6f thesfc'V,
tate;*fff;T^,ta,,:;;;)
we puroose oiering
to the Public! tEEi;
M'EF'fS in' this-'
branch oft the Busi«
ness, which wMfiisiit*
will '.j spctirfe thet_iek':i
ronage of those r<3sid-*
ing on the Mainland.
We have fought a
large and well-selected stock   of Shelf
Hardware iti  th<3
-eastern piarljet^FQR,
CASH' whioh we expect to j.arrive in a
feWj da^s, aM c-iif, ;
assattment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the cduti-T
try, and Will be found '
complete in all the»
following branches:
Cetiera!   and; Shdf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American];,.; Dry
Colors in all kinds,
WallPaperandWin-
dow 31inds, Oakum,
Pitch,GiaUt,Blasting
and Sporting Oun-
Powder, Fuse  and;i
Gaps, Bruges ih
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
sDaudy and Whisk,
iand a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery..
||  |"l        .. )(, Sll*
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be sub**
jeot to a cash discount of 5 per cent.
—rOW itiQtto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
0
Thanking the PDblle generally tor the liberal pitreme
accorded to u In the pHt, we
trait ij ttrlet attention t»
business to merit a eonllna*
aneeorthepane,
T.J. TRAPP,
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Moiled daily, one year JIO.00
Mailed dally, six months  6,60
Tnuulent Ailverlliiemenlfj.-Plrst Insertion, 10cts. per line solid nonpareil; eaeh
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90 ots. per line each Insertion;   Specials
calling attention to advertisements, lOcts.
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« Births, Marriages and Deaths, SI for each
with deaths,
Aartltm Bales, when displayed, chnrged
25 per cent. less than transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
iM
THE WEEKLY COLUM
Ittned every Saturday Morning.
Delivered In the City, per yea*.. ,.-l
WKKIV ADVMMINO MTU.
iiWIMik^^^'
Blaallai AdnrtlseaaesU..—For 1 Ineh,
11.60per month; 2 ins..2perm.; 3Ins. 82.00
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Speoial notices among reading matter,
26 ots. per line each insertion,
,   Cats mustheall metal,and fofUrgecuts
.on extra rate wIll.f-ejehejttiMt'o nttvt,
" Inserted In either nine »? rSs timn II.
Columbian
Salardar Evening, Kept.
Considerable
around town:
For Sale 1000 '.barrels and kits cheap.
Apply at this office,;.' <- aplOto
Gaa maini "Were**^ihgrlaitl along
'J-ront Btreet to-day.
Go_to.Ogle,,Cain»->ell & Co.'. for
Men'aj-slid Bojar-Junc&relothing, sooks,
&o. dse23wl
More than half the population ot
Canada get a lirihg by cultivotiiig the
land.
Fall ■'«&;'Winter MflH™**y;*H*«t if
from London, now opening at James
Bllard*'C(/»f   an.:;:.,:   *,Hfc2ate-JiJ
For Sale—Hotel don
business; cheap'.     Ap
bio.
at'WoM.,
Turner lb Qamble.       '    .    jyUto
If any one wants to know why we
are without our despatches let them
"ask of the winds." __,-
A gentleman found a considerable
aum of njoney on the Yale wad- laat
Thunday, and' advertises   fur    the
For Men'., Women'-, abflOhiH-Mi'i
Gossamers, and all kinds -ot. Htlbber
good-,..go to Ogle, Campboll & Co'..
dse23wl
Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Fee-
thon, Flowen, Win*, Tip., jAjgrette*,
&c, for Fall aiW WinterVfcar, at1 Jas.
Ellard & Co'a.      dae23to
The apple erop of Nova Scotia is estimated thu season a. immense. The
Annapolis -alley will yield 300,000
bushels alone.
Leamy & Oo. sent a gang of men j
ove» to Port -Moody this moraine, to
commence' on the work of placing the
iron piles in the wharf.
Any one wishing to invest in a
Trunk, Valise, or Tourut'a Bag *rill,do
well to oall and exo-aine those inOfcia'
Campbell & Co.'. .took.      dse23wl
MtalWtailii-lFaleto'a.
Ulster.,' -Cn-ieti and jMs-% Ladies,
Mine, and Children, in the latest Fall
and Winter iiy*«, at James Kllard A
Co'm,  ,r ut.x„„r .)«   ,,ilH»*!,.
Tbe gate of the publia cemetery on
Dougiu it hu been broken down and
the place I. left open. Some penon
ought to ue that the breach is repaired.     —-"■-'-   -:*.■''■■■•--
Before deciding on the plan ot your
new -wus. .look osar the lata-,*. aroUtWr
tural design's at Mr. Hill's office, MoKensle St., and combine economy with utility
and-.blaiuV.'. .      ., Iim.  dw-Kslato
The melancholy aW^-Mpj-tant
which occurred in Cowichan yeaterday,
following one which occurred in Washington Territory a few "day. ago, is a
loud warning to hunters.
The railroad.' require nearly f 16,-
000,000 worth ot timber per year for
»tt^»1SouW
width along every mile of traok.
In addition to our new-took of spring
good, we have opened an invoice of
Diagonal., Watt ol Caglaad troadolothl
and French Caaslmeras. Walsh the
Model Tailor. ,H«»Biai Wauii, Man-
agerf''7~T;»•■    "'■■■■'•      ap2lte
And .till another newipaper verb.
If an accountant default* fo*u eknnot
tell the amount of hi. crookedness
until hi. book, have bean "exported."
Meanwhile th* defaulter hu probably
-Bi* tenacity with which people abide
by^-*KteW-*:*'«to*'**^*«P«U-
la can only be explained by the fact that
'■-t*!|*l*b«J Wood Bedlcioe.v-f.-o-.-.-,
and li aot approached in excellence by
,,,,    . . „ .~UlS/T rJO ;.*:
any new candidate for publie favor.
Wa received today a eopy of the
Provincial Exhibition pricer lul.  Thi.
i, and.the fint
laveHid of th*
Uth* fint we..,,
official intimatmn wei hi
approaching .how, The dire-ton have
not adrertised on th. , d-dOtt*** til
thia year. Perhana Wtf dcn'l Want
the mainland to exhibit.
The Brandon. Mail aay. that the
100 lb.., a rat* whioh will enable Bran-
en^i£:ofe#eeTA&
Co. landed Ihii (Int ttr ot Manitoba
flour lh British Columbia.
When symptoms of malaria appear la
any form, take Ayer'. Ague Cure at onoo,
to preveiii'itie developniohtbf the'illscsse,
an* conthue until hellth ISiMt*r«l,'»«
It surely will be ly tlio uso o( this rem.
edy,   A cure is warranted In cvwy in-
r-~t,r-t,.,ssn,.t-rtn.rs.
~Hm anal iu«mmM4 Brtiisa calm.
UaUllln. it-Mlsapol-iWw.ahsaa
at T. B. raanen at -**%, ule aieals rer
'*".5**!P«'.tt«»«!ftbVj/  *-,W*
mmmsmsrsmsffmisim—s
St. Pawl's Choboh.— At* a full
rating of the reitry; wiil lut night,
io Rev. Thos. Haddon uru requested
Vi*ft eastern Canada to collect fund,
toward, building a parsonage for the
church in this city. He consented to
go, and will leave next week on hi.
financial mission Mr Ferris was
appointed to canvass Victoria, The
regular religious meeting, will be continued during the absence of the pastor.'   • ■ . ■ ■ r .    '■.',.,..'    '
Tm N4,*: Wisi-Mr. B, S, Will,
iams, inspector bf the new ' telegraph
Ij-ie, arrived ill the city ftom What-
eom to-day. He reports work as pro-
(treuing favorably between here and
Whatoony Ut* line being now up some
distanoe beyond theboundaty. He
also report, tree, aa fallen across the
wires in1 several place, between here
and Whatcom dating late windstorms,
wh'cWHWp.i'w tho CdiiJnuH I*
without! idosbatehes. Mr. 'WUliama
wiil _o"K Seattle in a dity Mri.
"rere hi. headquarter, will be tit's
Une, and he will probably not be back
ere till the line ja completed, ,,.,.
I'ririnf.r mi* . ;s i yr;
ANOTBiiit-IijiSscrtoH.—In the supreme, coi^^tJ'yiotoijja^
case qf-MajM' vs.' the■ .©.'P. R. waa
disposed of by'Mr. Justice Crease. Mr.
Major, the plaintiff,.is owner of land
near Yanepuyer.,' .The defendants,
without loive oi license, entorod upon
Mb property for the purpose of con-
rfruudjiuj.awir branch,lino from Port
Moody to Vancouver., Tho plaintiff
moved for ah injunction restraining
defendants from so doing, alleging that
they had no power under their charter
to extend their line, and that they had
nopow*»*'to expropriate land tor that
purpoie.; '"fls learned j«dgii, after
careful ,-onideiation, j
in faWttf^flie plaintiff.
rnidejration, gave Judgment
■■thb-I   '   '"
U Quartz Minino.—Al. a meeting nf
the Jdiretton) of the British Columbia
Milling ahft } ining; Oompaii|y held today, it waa. resolved to proceed with
the development of their olaim on ihe
Bonanza ledge in Cariboo, in accordance with the advice of Mr, Koch, who
has lajoly . exar<*'ied tlieir property.
The conipjiny v.11 straighten and sink
the preseut shaft to a greater depth,
thus prospecting the vein which Mr.
Koch reports to be a true fissure with
ftrst-claniadlcati^iu of developing into a Valuable mine: To prosecute thia
work the company have made a call of
one per cent, ner share delinquent on
tho UWQj!.Nl(ym*iber next, Trill*1 ,#*;
may expect important developments in'
the Cariboo country before long, - ith
the ctttaiiity of capital beingf attained
for large investment in ite valuable
quartz leads.—Times.
J     ,tty—s_JiU.'—i^i'^—s--U.its: ...
I.O.O.T. Open Meeting. — An open
meeting, bald in the Skating Rink last
evening, by the members of the I.O.
G.T., was largely attended and passed
off very, pleasantly. Bro. Chas. S.
Keith, W.C.T., occupied the chair.
The meeting..having boen opened with
prayer by the Rov. R. Lennie the following somewhat lengthy programme
was. rendered in avety satiafactury
manner! Instrumental Bolo by Sister
McMartini vocal "duet by Misses
French, who responded to an encore;
recitation by Sister Bunting; Vocal
solo by Brothor McKce, who responded to an encore; essay by Bro. M. Sin-
Jlair; song by Bro. Geo. Scott; speech
by the Rev. R. Lennie; vocal aolo by
Bro. Todd; dialogue by Sitter. Kelft
and Bunting; vocal solo by Sister M.
French! speech by Rev. Mr. Haddon;
")y outer A. McMurphy; remark,
by Kev. Bro." Wood; tong ny Bro. A.
Crandell;. recitation by P.W.C.T,
Grant;' comio »ng by firo. R Diiigl*.
who respond*! to an enopre. 'National
anthem.
enopn
• Home Fjum Omwa.—Meun. T.
J. Tj-a**pin*idE. liJSte*di|ar,.wholia*'*.
beon doing, tlio principal cities of the*
eut hum the clow of th* rifle meeting
at Ottawa, returned home by yoster-
day's train. They are very much pleased with tho trip ovor the C.P.R., the
conductors on which are described as
perfect, gentlemen; ana also with tho
^treatment of tlie team at Ottawa, Considering that there wen over five hundred oompetitom at the rifle meeting,
many of whom were nmfessional marksmen who have reduced .hooting ton
science, they think the Britiih Columbia boys did vory fairly. The rifle
uaed at theu meeting, ia the long Enfield, while the »hort Enfield uthe
weaipon supplied to militiaman in tlio
province for practice.' This naturally
place, them at aome disadvantage in
competition with other provinces.
Sergt. Scoullar, while away, visited
Montreal, Boston, Toronto and other
cities, and hu had a very pleasant
time. While in Toronto, visiting the
great Industrial .exhibition which wu
held then thi. montli and which cloud
on the I8th lut, he met IH. Tnw,
who it «r-Mfcied to arrive home on
Tuesday next ^^^
,i Personal.
Mr. Lewis Lewis, of Victoria, 'came
through on ytsterdjy'. train^       , ^.
Jbrft D. Sweet, O. M. 0. of Rich* •
'" im the North Arm to-
Ty *'■
'mond,
dayoi^
Yeaterday Mr. W. H. Walbey, Mn.
Walbey, Miu Genu, and 7 children arrived from London, Eng., and are staying at the emigiant shod.      ..
MS ff4iice.'H-«i-y loft for Ottaw,
to-day.' The case, the Queer! t«. Far*
Veil, ww concluded > in the exchequer
court yeaterday, but decision hu not
yeUnien waleiwl by liis lonlahip.     .
Mr. Gen. -Turner, C.E. (Woods,
Turner & Gamble),-iipe-ts' to leave
this city early next nionth for atrip to
England. Mr. Turner came tr this
couirtiywith. the Royal Bngineen in
1858, and during the succeeding 28
yean hu resided continuously in tho
province. Mn. Turner will accompany him, on hi. trip, and they expect
td fir-d-At about 6 month..
Mr. T. J. Trnpp and.bride, after an
extended wedding, tour, returned from
Uie eut yesterday, having lieen absent
abobt six weeks!: While in the east
thoy virited Now York, Philadelphia,'
Saratoga, Ottawa, and other prinoipal
cit-j* In ..the.United States und tho
-Dominion. To-day they have -been receiving the congratulations ot' friend,
and acquaintance, who hasten, u we
du,'to wish them k lung and happy
The Garden of* Canada.
^ Farmers along the river are at present engaged ill threshing their grain
ahd bailing hay, tlie crops having boon
saved' in' excellent condition. The
grain yield this year haa been remarkably good. A settler informs us that
instead of the oata turning out 60
bushels to the acre u hu been reported, in some localities it wu much
nearer 100 bushels to the acre, and
that alao in new land the fint year under cultivation. Yet farmen in the
Fraser Valley claim that raising grain
ia not whets they shino. It is in the
growing of fruit, roote, and vegetables
that they challenge any part of America. When, therefore, our fa. mere are
informed by the eastern press that the
land of the province is not worth five
cents an acre they are naturally indignant and; feel' like blaming the press
for allowing such a state of ignorance
to exist in regard to this part of the
province. It ia unfortunate, also, tliat
the O.P.R. cannot make it convenient
to give tlie passengera who oome over
their line an opportunity to see this
beautiful portion of the Fraser valley.
If persons making the round trip from
the .east wine allowed either to como
or go up the river route, farmers think
it would correct to a great extent the
notion some carry'away with thjsm that
British, Columbia ia a barren region.
When 'peoplo return eut it is not so
muoh about the oities that their friends
enquire as about the country and the
prospect there ia of making home,
there, i By the present route of travel,
Burrard Inlet and Victoria, nothing is
seon but rock; .and the fact was never
put in a. stronger light than when a
Sassenger raid he would not like to
ie in this country for he did not see
how, he, could .be buriedl . We hope
trom* effort will be made to bring some
of the passengen this way in order
that they may see more of the province, and wo are sure they will return
with more correct and more favorable
opinions of our agricultural resources.
Mr. Henry Marshall, Keeve of Dunn,
wrttesi "Some time ago I got a bottle of
Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
from Mr. Harrison, and I consider it the
very best medicine extant for Dyspepsia."
Thia' htedicine is making marvellous cures
ia Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, etc, in
purifying the blood and restoring manhood to full vigor.    ■
Horrible Shooting Accident
;. CowiOHiJi, Seply '2*.. — Yeaterday
aftornoon whilst hunting, Alfred Sutton wu accidentally shot dead by Dan
Mahoneyin mistake for a deer. Neither party knew the other was out,
and Mahoney seeing Sutton moving in
the bush, and thinking he wu a deer,
raised his gun and fired. The ball
went* through Sutton's heart, killing
him instantly. He.leaves a wife, two
children and many friends to mourn
hia loss. He wu a cousin to W. Ji
Sutton, tiie mill owner, and for many
yean has occupied the position of foreman in th* mill. Ho came to thia
province' front .the county of Bruce,
Ontario. His unole is sheriff of that'
county. A coroner's inquest! will be
held this afternoon.—Fie. Times.
' O. Bortle of Manchester, Ontario, Co.,
N.Y., writes: "I obtained immediate relief from the use of Dr. Thomu* Ecloc-
trio; Oil. I have bad asthma for eleven
years.. Have been obliged to Bit up all
night for ten or twelve night, in mooes-
sion. I can now sleep soundly all night
On a feather bed, which I had not been
able to do previously to using the Oil."
Some Blchmond Farms.  .
(Speoial Correspondence.)'
' Your correspondent left New Weitminiter on the little aide-wheel .team-
' *r Alice for a trip among th* islands
ofthflower Fruer.and propose, to
l.t tha world know through tho Columbian what sort of farm, and farmen
are to be found in that region. . After
a delightful run of ah hour and a half
down the long winding passage,
fringed op either side with thickets of
willow and crab apple, your correspondent parted company with Capt.
Stewart and struok out on a pedestrian voyage of diacovery. The firat
place of importance reached wns Wilson'. J ranch. This farm ol. several
thouund aerei ia under the management ef Mr. Lawwm, who rente it and
ia exten.if.ly engaged in th* dairy
busineu, making daily trip, to Vancouver with milk and- other products
of his large and productive farm. He
expressed himself well satisfied with
his venture; and it was encouraging to
find at least one man who could aay he
wu ' *
FEOSl-BHOCS AND HAPrV.
The next neat and tidy farm visited
wu that of Mr. Martinson, who had a
large ■ barn well Ailed with hay and
grain, From here we passod t ■ Mr.
O. L. Sweet's, where we enjoyed his
hospitality for the night and our eyes
feasted on . flourishing and thrifty
vegetation, the reward of industry and
the diligent application of brain and
muscle to the science bf agriculture.
Mr. Sweet.cut considerable grain this
year, but is directing hi. attention
more especially to fruit, .nd veajeta-
bios. He hu already several hundred
trees planted, and hu a good stook of
small fruits well under cultivation. Sn
comfortable and thrifty did everything
look that one oould hardly belie.o il
had been but three yoar. under the
plow. The next surprise that awailod
ua was the cheese factory of Slum- A
Sherman, cheese and buttor makers
par excellence. Everyone has neard
the assertion lhat the choicest brands
of the*, products of the dairy cuuld
not be. ni.de in British Columbia.
That these assertions have n i foundation in fact may be denioiisl rated to
anyone who will test the productions
of thi. enterprising and successful firm.
Better cheeH, sweeter and . more delicious, butter,, we never tasted anywhere. Thia faotory wa. established
six yesrs ago by J. W. Sexsmith, and
hu been iu successful operation ever
since. The present proprietors are
making a ton ot cheese pur month
from the milk produced frnm their
own herd ot cows, their buttor dairy
is somo three miles below here, on
Milligan's ranch, whore tlwy ship 00
pounds ot prim, par week tn Victoria,
receiving 16 per eent. more than for
ordinary rolls/* It was our pleasure'to'
visit      '
J , ANOtHJSB  VACTOltv      '
of small dimensions on the adjoining
Island, conducted by Mr. Errinuion.
He showed us a fine lot of cheese and
some excellent butter. One ton of
cheese per month is his product.
Crossing over to the mainland, we visited the splendid farms of the Mc-
Olearys, Mr. Mob) and Mr. Win.
McGee. We atopp'ed over night at
the last named plaoe, enjoying the
..hospitality and facetious stories of this
old pioneer. In .the morning we took
a stroll over one of the finest farms in
British Columbia,. The hay crop hu
been lighter than usual this year, but
he hss 260 ton* of most excellent timothy in his barn. He pointed out a
field of 80 acres from which bo has
just out the twentieth crop without
re-seeding, cutting a ton and a half to
the acre. He states that it is not uncommon fur them to cut three tous to
the acre. We spent a very pleasant
week among the very hospitable and
thrifty farmers of Sea and Lulu islands, and came to the conclusion that
nearly all the agricultural products
OF TIIX TEMPERATE ZONE
can l>e successfully cultivated in this,
one of the garden spots of the earth.
They grow u fine hard wheat ns erer
grew anywhere, yielding a ton to the
acre, and | immense crops of barley,
oata,. ate.' Hay hu u a rule bean
ljght. but yonr correspondent never
•aw such turnips, beets, carrots, parsnips, cabbage, and onions. Ruta-
Sagas and mangolds were uf such pro-
igiouB size in many instances as almost to defy exaggeration. Timo and
■pace will not permit us to apeak in
detail of the many large and flourishing farnw we Visited. Suffice it to say
that everywhere we saw signs of thrift
and comfort, even luxury. The farms
wore*"neat, tidy and well kept: well
filled barns, sleek cattle and luxuriant
vegetation. And there are thousands
of untitled acres yet inviting the hand
of industry, to take from a generous
•oil the wealth stored in its bosom and
send it abroad to quicken the pulsa-
tion.of commerce and gladden the
heart, of men. L. K. A.
- Leading Dkuooists on this continent
testify to the large and constantly increasing "sales of Northrop Ss Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
and report its beneficent effects upon
their customers troubled with Liver Complaint, Constipation, Dyspepsia,Impurity
of the Blood, and; other physical infirmities, rend as a female medicine, it has ao-
oommpllshed.remark.ble cures.
In connection with the New Zealand
volcanic eruptions, a correspondent at
Tauranga states:—"I have made a
careful estimate of the stuff ejected
during the eruption. It' amounts, in
round numben to 6,000,000,000 cubic
yard., weighing 0,000,000,000 tons,
whioh Is after all not quito one oubic
mile. It leem. a small cavity, but it
would take more than the amount of
the national debt of England to excavate it. It would take une good
workman 1,000,000 yean to .hovel the
■tuff: fron» .the ground into carta; yet
all wu done in four houn. The stuff,
when wuhed, showed glittering particles of mioa and little-pieoes of transparent white crystal. Sanguine peo-
Sle imagine they have found gold and
iamonds, and are anxiously awaiting
analysis.'
Per str. Adelaide, from Hope, Sept. 2'.—
Miss.McLean, Mra Oot, JT Murray, vedder,
Purcell, J Hancock, Sweeny, Aldlsaon,
Yates, Oil ley, and several others, fl
Have you tried Holloways Corn Cure *
It has no equal for removing these troublesome excrescenses, as many have testified who have tried it.
Wholesale filty Market.
 *7 0O(SU8 0O
 7 60a ooo
 dug eoo
 8soe ooo
  1 J25«J 1 no
 0 609 0 75
 0 759 100
..... 1008 125
..... 1008 l as
 l mi 126
 i ooS a to
 inl ns
 0 00 8 0 00
  1603 175
 16019 175
 1608 175
 12 00810 00
 0 269 0 30
 0 18 9 0 10
 0 28 9 0 30
 1608 175
 0 208 0 25
 0 759 IM
.  ,,  0 208 0 25
Oird wood (retail! per curd 8 00 8 3 60
Beef,    per 100 lbs	
Pork      -  "..       ....
Mutton , • >'        ..I
Hldeiufn)" ...i
Potatoes     " ..,„
Turnips     " ....
Carrots.     ** ....
Parsnips   ,'S   .   ..„,
Beets        ■'* '■      V....
Cabbage     " ...
Onion.      ".      '.„„
Apple.      "j;      ....
Pears        n 	
Wheat       "
Oats »
Peas " . •    *,„
Hay,       per Ion  .....
Butter (roils) per ft	
Cheese, "  .....
Rk-s,      perdos.  .....
Geese,  ,    each     .....
Ducks    ' •■,': ■    .....
Chickens', per pair...
Turkeys, per lh '
The (lonlMeratlon Lift.
. 'I he annual report of this solidly pros-
perousCsnadian institution wiU be found
in another column. The facts revested
in the aooounta and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ccomiums whioh
tho shareholders present bestowed upou
the management. Thanka to the resolute
manner in which the Company hu de-
dined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the work*
ing expenses df the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per eent. A point at-
testing the soundness of the finances of
the Oompany is the fact that the interest
'income is sufficient to pay, the death
olalins- -which in a company ot the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud ot, The ns*'t» and liabilities are
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
evety debt, there Is a surplus of $282,190
over liabilities and ' capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the lut year
was 1200,3110. So much for what can be
don. by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true polioy of
the Company, ,yizi—'-To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. B. Pearson ft Co,
are agents for this company in Britisli
Columbia. ' nilOto
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian offloe, . Prioe. wilt be
found lower than at any other office in
tho provinoe,—.4riii.
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Churoh), at T.
It Pearson & Co.'s, New Westminster
and Oranvllle. *
Mortgages, Deed., Leans, Agreements of Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. II. Pearson ft Co'..        '
A fall line of Canadian Hymnals just
rroeived at T, R. I'earaon * Co.'s  oelTte
AFTER DINNER.
Persons wbo suffer from Indigestion
can arrest tlio progress of thatMinful
malady by thc use of an after-dinner
pill, so composed that lt will give tore
to tbo stomach, prevent heartburn, muse
tho liver to 'heuIUiful action, Invigorate
the kidneys, and thus, through tho activity
of theso organs, promote tbe natural
movement of the stomach and bowels,
Aybk's Pillb are so compounded that
tlieir action, though mild, effectually produces tho above results, They also, In
■curing Constipation, remove the cause of
lliliousucns, Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Bheumatlsm, and many other serious
ailments*
AYER'S PUIS
contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, and do not gripe unless the
bowels aro irritated, and even then their
influence Is healing. To continue their
effect ln constipated or chronic cases, they
need only be taken In diminishing Instead
of Increasing doses, for seamen, and Inhabitants or traveler, lu sparsely settlod
countries whore physicians are not at
hand, they are of inestunablo value.
There is hardly a sickness they will not
alleviate, and In most cases euro: If taken
promptly. To young girls Just entering
upon womanhood, ana to women whoso
period of maternity is drawing to a close,
Ayer's Pills, in moderate doses, merely
sufficient to ensure regular action of the
bowels, will bo found of
Incalculable Value.
PBEPARED BY
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co* Lowell, HM*
Sold by all Druggists.
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia. 75 ots. per
set at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. *
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services every Sunday at 11 A. m. and 7 P. m. In
e Church, St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially invited.  Sunday School at 2.80 p. v,
 freSgtoj
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev, C. Watson. Pastor. Services at
m.and7p.m. Sunday School and
Bible Glass 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
ThurKdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially invited. Je7-t0.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, St Mary's.
Sapperton. Services, Sundays. 10.80
a. m., and 8.80 p.m. Thursdays, 7JWp, m.
Dally, 10 a. m.,5 p.m. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 7 a.ra., except 2nd Sunday ln tbe
month.  All seats free. mhEOtc
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
O nlepastur; meets in the Court House.
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Sohool and Bible Clasn at 2.80 p.m. Pray-
er Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strnngers cordially invited. aplStc
•      VS10X LODGE No. 9, A. P.
■»/\^- * A. M—The regular Com-
jLX munications ot this Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on the -first Monday in each
montli. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend | D. WILSON,
' fe28-to Secretaire
PRIVATE BOARD.
BOARD MAY BE HAD IN A PRIVATE
Family—third door above Mr. Lewis'
Blacksmith Shop.
dBL'23wl MRS. J. A. MCDONALD.
iin aid Si Andrew's Socii
A MEETING OF THE SOCIETY Will
bo held ln the City Hotel on the
evening of Tuesday the 28th Instant, at 8
o'clock. JOHN SPROTT,
dHo24td Secretary.
•NOTioa
TVDB1NO MY ABSENCE FBOM THE
1/ Provinoe, my son, T. J. Armstrong,
liolds my power of attorney and holds my
appointment ue Deputy Sherill'.
\V. t. ARMSTRONG.
July 13th, 1888. JlyUmS
Knights of Labor.
rnllE KNIGHTS or LABOR HAVE
I removed Irom the Foresters-Hnll to
the Ornn-cmeiirR Hall, where they hold
their weekly meetings on TUESDAY
NIGHT ut 8 o'clock.
M. P. CROCKER,
Secretory.
Now West., Aug. mil, 1680.     dauJSml
Cancellation of Reserve
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
VTOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ll Reservo placed upon Section 4, Block
4 North, Range 7 West, has heen cancelled,
and that three montl.s from tbe date
hereof tbe land will be open to purohasc.
WM. SMli-HE.
Chief Commissioner of Lands* Works.
LandB and Works Department,
Victoriu, B. C, Sept, 1st, 1886.    dse-iml
nsroTXQE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE IN-
1 tend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase land situated at Village
Bay, Hoskyn Inlet, Valdes Island, aud
described as follows:  *
Commencing at a post driven about
twenty chains along the shore euterly
from the mouth of the river on thc left
bank; thonee due north about fifty chains
tothe lake: thence ulong the lakeshoic
westerly about 40 chains; thence due
south to Village Hay; thence easterly to
6lace of beginning; containing about one
undred acres, more or less, exclusive of
the Indian Reserve contained within the
above-mentioned boundaries.
Royal Citv Planing Mills Co, {Ul.)
- JOHN HENDRY,
July 24,1886.      (Jly28m2)       Manager
Globe House!
WM. RAE
HAS JUST KEOEIVED A FINE 8ELEC-
{TION   OF
MEN'S  AMERICAN
FELT HATS
FASHIONABLE HIGH CROWNa
—Also—
Children's and  Boys'   Plush
and Felt.
NEW BLANKETS,
QUILTS,
FLANNELS, AC.
OOLUMBIA STRUT.    *ws-**mi
IsTE-W   IFJ-lXjI,
DRY GOODS
OPENING   DAILY.
D. Drysdale & Co.
73 COLUMBIA STREET,
awa„2«. New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
NewFall&WinterMillinery
TRIMMED & UNTRIMMED HATS A BONNETS,
In Straw, Chip, Pelt, Plush, ftc.
FEATHERS, AI8RETTES, WINDS, FLOWERS, ORNAMENS.
MANTLES, DOLMANS, JACKETS, FUR CAPES, PALETOTS,
. In all the Latest Styles, Colors and Materials,
Ladies'and Children's Neckwear,
A Grand Assortment; prices veiy low.
Ladles Jerseys, a fine assortment.
Beehive. Berlin, Zephyr A Crewell Wools.
Black & Colored Fur Trimming, m all widths.
A Large Stock of TWEEDS f°r Men's & Boys' wear—splendid value.
A fine Stock of QR ESS COOD81° follow shortly.
0«r Mnple Uep.rtu.at contains many speoial lines worthy the attention of
elose buyers.
Our Clothing aad Ileal.' Famishing Departaaeat is well assorted and contains
all the novelties (or ttio Fall and Winter Trade.
J. B. stetsoa tt co.'s a»h Felt Hals a specialty.
dwieJSto ' AM ES ELLARD & OO., 12* * l»i Col umhla Street, K. W.
LORNE COLLEGE,
' CTS-W*   •^TEB'r^aisTSrCTS-i,   s. c.
Vlsliar, Uw Bishop or Xew WestaalasMr.
Paisc-TAL-H. FIKNNES-CLIKTON, ESQ., M. A. (of Keble Collog., Oxford,
and Lennoxvllle, P. Q.).
Assistant Mamie asd So-eristb.'jdiot or the Cohhukcial Dbfabtmut j
W. H. BATES, ESQ. (of the College Comrnnuale, Boulogne, and Anglo-
French College, London).
Matron-MR8. BEDDISH.
Board or Eduoatios—The Visitor and Principal; The Van. Archdeacon of Columbia : The Her. H. 6. Fiennes-Olinton; C. K. Tnw, Esq., M. D.j O. E. Corbould, Esq. _
The School will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. 9th, 1886.
rE COURSE OF STUDIES EMBRACES EITHER CLASSICAL OR COMHER-
cial subjects. In ttio former Branches preparation is given for the Universities;
ln the latter pupils aro fitted by a study of Modern Languages, Commercial Correspondence, Book-keeping, Ae., to take positions of responsibility lu the Business
Houses of the Province. Both branches Include sound Instruction ln Geography,
History, English and Mathematics.
For Prospectus, apply to tho Bishof 01- new Westminster, or any member of th.
Board of Education.
LOOK   HERE!
Being determined to close out the balance of my Stock before
October ist next, I will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
S^Call early to secure Bargains.
G.   LEISER.
INSURANCE
N-aw Westminster City
DWF.LL1NG6, S^ percent
OUTSIDE OF CITY 1
DWELLINGS, 2 per cent.
BARNS, 3     "
RAND BROS.,
AGENTS CITIZENS INSURANCE COV
<l\vie2ml
$. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HAVING HAD EXTENSIVE EX-
pei'lcnce In California and else-
where in the above business, I am now .
prepared to take charge ol any sales,
auction or otherwise, that the pnWIc
may favor me with.
Gum, Kile*, CHtrldge*, Pewter.
Shot, Kinking Tickle, SpMU*
clei,   Cutlery,  mm   ktr
eiMiwire,
TO BE HAD AT THB OLD STAND,
KNOWN AS THE
'Menagerie Shop/
OOLUMBIA  3TRMT.
itwntinta gailj) fritwh dtotanbian
Saturday Evenlae- Seyt. »k IWS.
Gomiimmcfttioiu.
PuMIe Morality, No. I.
Edijor. Columwan.—May a plain,
common, tense mail address your readers aAjfew plain .Words on the above'
BubjenHL^iBcftiming all pretensions
to the learning of the schools and simply looking at the subject from a common sense standpoint let ub soe if we
can gather anything of service. Observation and good principle will do
■more for us in looking at tlie subject
in hand than will •■education, anam
view of my position-1 confess I;syiupa-
thize with the Scottish bard when ho
wrote:
•'What's a'Jargon o'yer school*
Your Latin namea for horns uud stools?
If honest nature mnde you tools
What saves your grammars:
Better to hike up spades and shoots
Or Venappln hammers,"
Public morality, I suppose, is the
morality of, the.public, as family.and
individual!'moi-auty is the morality of
the fairfHy oi1 in the family, and of. .the.-
individual. But before we can properly judge of morality, aa the minister would say, we must have some
standard by which to try it. A. farmer
measures his grain ih a bushel measure
or weighs it on scales or otherwise and
so ascertains how much there is to the
bushel-rind haw many bushels tp.the
acre,*anfl tHuS judges of the quality of
the groin, and of -the- land wliich produced it. So many pounds to the
bushel, and so many bushels to the
acre makffc g001*! croP» Bllrt' prove good
land. There is no absolute standard,
however, by^which farmers judge of
the crops according to locality, climate,
and cultivation will standards be modi
fied; and so it is in judging of morality.
Whethor it should be so is a.different
question. People have very different
ideas of what constitutes morality.
Their views are colored by their training and associations. Hence one man's
immorality is considered moral by another. But if there be such a thing
as absolute morality, on the one hand,
and immorality on the,-, other, thore
must be an absolute or perfect standard
of morality. Where shall we find-it?
Shall wa.find it in the laws of the land
Dominion, Provincial, or Municipal 1
Or even-tflithe^^^ei-fEvidflnfly
not/for both*provincial and 'municipal
laws-differ very much. Certain things
are made criminal by statute in one
province not touched by law in auothor,
and in one city not touched by law iu
another. Where, then, shall we find
the proper standard 1 Evidently in the
Divine law, and in human law just us
fur as modelled after the Divine and
no farther. I am not entering the
realm of ttoeplqgy or even pf religion.
I am simply taking for -granted that
we alli-as oitizen&, believe in a supreme
being who is absolutely perfect, and
who has revealed to us what is right
and proper in itself and good for ourselves and our neighbors. Or, even if
we -find such a law in nature on in wliat
we call "the nature of things;" in other
words, if there be such a thing as right
and wrong, it does not matter very
much, for our present purpose, where
we find., it: .if we do find it we are
bound to' folbw the right and forsake
the .wrong, as individuals, families, and
communities, to do right is always
best in tho long run in all relations of
life.
To .bring .this matterhorae to ourselves as a' community; as a young
city with our constituted authority and
increasing population: How far are we
characterized for true morality 1 This
is a question of vital .importance to us
as a, city. Oiir' trade and cdmmerce,
our family and educational institutions
are all mightily affected by the state
of morality in our midst. For example, parents who liave proper ideas of
the' training of j their children are not
likely to select for their homes a city
where morality is low. They know
too well, how the baneful influences of
immorality enter into our schools, impregnate, the streets, and sap the foundations of> home happiness and comfort;
and in choosing a home they are likely
to givo such a city a wide berth, as the
sailor'Hays. It requires but a glance
to see how the reflex influence of an
inferior state of society retards the
immigration and consequently keeps
back the development of the eity, statistically and "commercially. Just in
proportion to population, of the proper
character, are the opportunities for obtaining the comforts of life, and as
population is retarded so are these
comforts retarded. If, therefore, for
no other reason than what may appear uf a selfish nature, as a growing
city we should seek to excell in morality. Communities are composed of
individuals; the aggregate of individuals make* the community. Hence
the ctty ia largely what individual citizens nake it. The greater the num*
ber of person* uf moral habits tlie better the city ib, and vice versa. So it
comes to be a question of individual
morality after all. But more anon.
t II! '___ Cjvih.
A Valuable Find
Siw Yobk, Sept. 9.—Not a dozen
os io this city could guess what
was in a little cigar box that William
A, Atkins, of Provincetown, Cape
Cod, had under his arm when he was
here yesterday. If you saw it on the
sidewalk you would take particular
panw to lis™ it b/, but you would pass
by a small fortune. Tho yellow, unpleasant looking and unpleasant smelling stuff is ambergris of the best qunl-
ity„snd it is worth more por ounce
than"gold. It is found only in the Intestines of - a diseased whale, and is
used in the manufacture of fine co-
logins.
But one vessel this season has re*
ported a find of this sort, and that is
the schooner Antarctic, of Province-
town, commanded by Capt. George S.
J oil mod. A whale that she killed in
San-zit Bitfr Weit . Indies, last April,
yielded thirty pounds of ambergris,
and it has just arrived home. It ia
worth nearly 010,000, and is of ninre
value than nil the oil thn.vessel has on
bonrd. Mr. Atkins, vat} is the owner
of the Antarctic and is nt the head of
th* 'Wbidrt^dwtry-^f 0»W Cl1*-.
hadVsampWof it in h» el-tar bux. As
no othfl«T»mbptgris .i».(>likelv;>tti be
brought home thn year, he haB a corner on the market.
The 0. P. li.
In a letter to Mr, Van Horne, Gen.
Sherman, who lately passed over tlie
railway, says:
Having juBt completed a trip over
your road from Victoria, Britisli Columbia, to Montreal, with special facilities for observation, I hike great pleasure in bearing testimony to the
thoroughness with which the road-is
built,- its absolute safety and admirable
arrangement. <..
.. I have travelled evory railroad fron^.
tlio" Mississippi to the Pacific, and assert that your newly - finished road
compares most favorably with each
and all its predecessors.
As to the scenery, which must in
good time attract a largo summer
travel, I can only verify many descriptions hitherto jmblished ■■ but not sufficiently-' cifoflnted.-j-in tiie- United
States. Tho western section is by far
tho most sublime, and thc part botween
Yale on Fraser River and tho summit
of the Rookies surpasses iu grandeur
and beauty any other equal extent of
railroad on this continent.
Some Americun travellers may be
deterred from using your road by reason, qf its being «the Dominion of
Canada instead of the United States,
but after many visits to all parts or
Canada I can assure them that unless
reminded they cau pass bock and forth
across the line without discovering the
difference, the same language, the
same customs, habits and manners, the
sume money and prices aud substantially tlie same laws.
I therefore ^compliment you on your
management of the Canadian Pacific
Railroad, wish its projectors and owners all honor, and prosperity, aud will
on all suitable occasions bear willing
testimony to its merits. It is not hoa*
tiio tq any of .our American transcontinental loads, but is tributary- tti a sons
of this continent not reached by nny of
our roads, "only a rival for the Asiatic
trade in which tlie beBtmuBtsurely
win-
The Moon and tke Weather.
Superstitions concerning the effect
of the moon on the earth are very
common; but- ard wholly without
foundation in reality. The relation of
the moon to the earth is simply that
of.a satellite, whose attraction has an
important influence on the earth's motion in its orbit, and tm the .shifting
level of its oceans, causing tbo tides.
It might be supposed that if the ipoon
can attract the wator upon the' surface
of the oarth she can also attract its atmosphere, and thus -through« movement of the air-currents have a perceptible influence upon .the weather.
But investigation shows that as the
aerial r mass is in no way confined ju
estuaries or gulfs, its tide caused- by
external Attraction must be slight So.
far as it can be indicated by the barometer it is too small to be worth reckoning, being less than .001 of an inch.
The idea that the position of the new
moon concerns the weather is utterly
without reason... The nearly, horizontal crescent which is said to foretell a
dry month is always seen when the
plane of the moon's orbit is so situated
with regard to the earth as to carry
the imion past conjunction above the
sun; and the vertical, crescent—which
is called a wet moon, because it pours
tho water out—appears wliun the luminary passes conjunction below the
sun. In neither case can there be
anything tu affect the moisture of thi
atmosphere. It is true that many people will say that they have observed
this sign and " never knew it to fail,"
but the fact.with thii; bb with most
V signs" is that coincidences which
prove the sign are noticed and remembered while those which do not are
overlooked and forgotten. Anyone
wbo will take the trouble to write
down the condition at every lunation
will Hnd tbat the showing for the sign
is very doubtful at the ond of the
year. At Munich, Germany, observations were taken for over twenty years
of the condition of the moon on every
rainy day. The Bum of these gave the
larger proportion.of rainy days in the
last half of the lunation, or during the
waning moun But similar observations at Muntpolier. France, showed a
directly opposite result, so that nothing can bo Baid to be proved by either
series, of observations, Avery generally received idea is that changes iu
the weather usually coincide with the
changes uf the moon. -, But at Vienna
a series of observations guve 100 new
moons with 68 changes nf weather; 100
full moons with 03 changes of weather,
and 100 changes of each quarter, 63
ehangus. The result might bo supposed to indicate that the now moon
brings tho fewest changes of weather,
wliich is directly contrary to tradition.
Another observer, by counting two
days ou each side of ...the day of new
moon, fuund six new moons out of
seven brim,' changes of weather, But
it must bu remembered thnt in the
fickle climate of the temperate zone,
if we were to take any five days of the
month for observation, wo sbould find
a majority of them bring change. Another belief, that the niouu disjiorses,
or as the sailors say -'eutV' tbe eluuds,
can be defended, ns tho full tnoon reflects a very little solar heat, which
may, have sufficient power to expand
vapor and dissipate clouds. The traditions concerning the time of the
moon to sow garden seed, to kill pork,
to cut timber, and the like, are founded noither on fact nor rational theoi-y
of any kind, and need only to bo tested.to show their entire -ab^urdity.*---
Chieaffo Inter-Ocean.
A good reputation is important to
any man in any sphere. Yet a trnod
reputation Jb neither g-tined nor preserved by anxiety nhn>4 it. There is
no way of getting a reputation lik*; de
serving it. There is no way of preserving a reputation like continuing to
deserve it. If you wuuld have others
think a uood denl of you. tint Bee to it
that there is a good deal ifr- you. If
you think ten much of yoursulf, others
will not. if you think very little of
yoursulf, others may think'more. Not
until V"U have forgotten yourself will
the world generally fool any rui-p-nti-
bility to i-ivi- thought to ynu.
 _—,^_ , —
Mrs. D. Morrison, Farnham Centre,
P.Q., writing about Dr..Thomas'.Eelcc-.
trie Oil, saya: George Boll used it on his
son, and it cured him of rhouumtUm with
only a few applications, The balance of
the bottle wus used by nil old gentleman
for Asthma, with tbu. best results. It
acte like a charm."
' This powder never varies.  A marvel of
Mty,Btreii^
multitude of low tost, short weight alum
Now York.       .•.,',. it"1*
HOtMCfiANITfDIlEEK
The Driard House
IS THE BUST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITY.
FIR8T-CLA83 ACCOMMODATION, and
the Tabic supplied With every possible delicacy. Tho hotel Is under the personal management of the well-known
caterer, B.F;Boyco.
;boyce A CAIRNS,
inhSte Proprietors.
Port HamoM Nursery I
vrdwis'the'time to send in
l>| your orders, If you want some of
tlioso nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. Ah I rotum'
about the middle of June to settle up my
affairs there and come out this fall with
tho stock for my nurBory hero, and will
select and bring your orders right along
With me for this fall and next spring's
planting, I will satisfy all both as t« quality pi treea und fruit, and I will be settled
here ln the business so you will know
where to find me. AH* communications
after tho middle of Jun o may be addressed
to me at Bowmanville,Ont*.,orto Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
■ O.W. HENRY,
1 my22tc Port Hammond P.O.
HACK FOR HIRE.
rK UNDERSIGNED hss established
himself In tlio City ol Now Westminster with tt FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
wnirli Is open for DngiiRtiucnts at
very moderate Charge*.
Orders left nt the Colonial Hotel or sent
hy telephone, will bo promptly attended
to day or night. Stable ncxtH. Ellloifs
JOS. CATES.
Tolephono No. 89. mylto
DREMAM!
Misses. Mcelroy a fitz henry
Wish to inform tho Ladles of New
Westminstor that they havo opened a
nress-Mfckihg Establishment
-AT-
TRAPT URO-rt STORE, OOLEMMA ST.
Whero they will be prepared to execute
any orders entrusted to them ln the latest
styles and with all possible despatch.
Now Westminster. Oct. Oth, 1885.   ot:7tc
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
|    JJtULUl     J.1UM)    UUUMJMI
And Confectionery always on hand.
Delivered to Any part of the City.
.,   Columbia Street.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS i&ENCI
D
,0 YOU WANT TO BUY Oa SELL A
Busjncss, take a partner, etc.
PICKERIN8 & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street. Jiotween Doiiffla.
nnd Btoufhlon, VIOTORIA, B.C. P.O
box OM. mli'U'
Wood and Goal.
1 IHE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
.   large quantity of
BEST MLI\«i Lil- COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which ho will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
(mlurs left at Mr. McColl'ii store on Columbia street, or nt my liouso, Douglas
stroot, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY KMJOT-1Y
Now Westminstor B. G. JlylOto
NOTICB.
VTOTICE IP HEREBY (JIV-RN THAT
ll we Intjnd to make application to
tlio Honf-'-irnble tho Minister of the Interior,-flDitoy*nf ter .daie, for a license to cut
nraVhaiil timber nn fico.21 and W. %Hee,
aa.TownsHlpl, Group II, New Wostmlnstor Distriot.
BRUNKTTK SAWMILL .CO,,. LP,
IlatPd"AUB.2fllh,m'    "'  " ' <1Au9fMn1
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale' and Butail
DRUGGISTS!
New Westminster- B.C.
_   mhlOtc ''
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and,16 Pall Mall. -
'     LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808*
FIR TNSUMNG-flOUSES^OTkfift
Buildings, Gooda, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships In Port, Haroor or Dock, and the
Car-goes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships building aud repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY MRK.
Subscribed aud Invested Capital, V'
•81.600,000 STG*.
Rates of Premium and every information oan be obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTRONB,
i  Agent for New Westminster.
-PRACTICAI.-
Has juat recoived for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem*
winding Oold Watches,--**
$32.50.
BESBMBBR-We ilo not sell "fllled"
Watohes and Jewelry as solid gold.
Our goodi" are guaranteed just as re.
presented, aud prices lower thau any
other house in B. C. .
COWNIAL BLOCK, .
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
deltto
The Colonial
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER.
WmRoss
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tbe French Lenoir, (loodyear, Pink-
urton, Cochrane, Quilla 4 Co.,
Armei liolden aid SUIer
looti and shoes.
T ADD3J8 AND GENTLEMEN ARE BE-
lj speotfully Invited tocalt and ozum-
fne the stock.
I have also on hand tlm
MJWrun-CASIADIAN IKAITMB WATEC
TIGHT WW* MO*.
Which now takes the' plaoe of gum boots.
' 'rata    !
Notice to Person! in Search
of Farms.
THE'TOWNSHIP OF HURREY CON-
taliiH sovoral Farms whioh _are for
salo. The land Inot excellent uiiallty-thc
very bJist In the provlnoo. The Reeve
nnrl Counoil nro moHt imxlous to NeoUro
desirable settlors. Application to them
will receive prompt attention. The roads
In tho township are oood. and thoroaro
obnrahes, schools, unit a town hnll..
THOS. SHANNON, Reovo,
Clover Valloji p. O.
H.T. THRIFT, Olofti, ■ .i
Jniaio Tlnll'a Pmlrl« P, ffl
r     ..:. .■:.„■_:....;...       .-.....,,   .-.inri.-..—. ,.-,*%■,,,...i.y—
THf CfrEilM
if mil
Sewing Machine!
t-FGOOD AS ANT MADE.
SOLE AGENT FOR MAINLAND,!        n
,     O. J. ROBSON,
At the Now Frutt. and Contebtlonery
Store, Opposito Colonial. Hotel, New
,W«minsferi'B.C. • jjljrfflto
TESTIMONIAL I
■   VaiieMver, SSi^Jme. 1886.-
MR. Q. ROBERTSON,.,
..-.YflncfiUYpr;.,^..
'  Representing Qoltllei McCulloch,    .
1      * Oft»,Ont,i
iSiB.-r-We tbe'nnderiflkniM tinviiur v\U
nesned the terrible (lrowlitch wiped- out of
ej-isteneo the.'youngiolty. orVftncouvefrf
on the -13th lhst., have-after the Are, examined the s'ates Hold liy you, some of,
which were put to1 tuo imoelfiwVerewMw
having been surrounded by large qufthtK
tics of lard and bacon, and wc ure ploaued
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every Safe sold by you preserved
its cQiitont-s, not only books .and papers,
but ulno thousands of dollari- libimi-ti
money were taken out In perfect condition.  Wo can, tlter<jfore,wlth the greatest confidence, rncnmmend them w thot*
.-JMighly^n Jflo?t', ... -     . , : .• .,,
It. A. Humilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company;'   *M. A.'-MAeI*ftrt,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Mn-
glstratc; Ulch'd. Alexander, Jdstfc* w
the Peace; -John Boultbeo. Police Mwiis*
, trate, City of Vancouvei-; Thbnias Dunn,
Justice of- the Peaee; inane Johns, Col.;
Edward K Rand, Real Kstate Broker;
R. M<§j Aldcrmdn; Johh'Rnhkin,
Real Estate Broker;  Pither A  Ednan,
Royal Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. McFtirladd, Port Moody;
to Vancouver and English Bny; F. C.
'  ItincH A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
,Ross, Real Estate Broker;   Gravely A
Spinks, Itoul Estrtte Brokers; R, 0. Fer-
giison, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills, fira    JcMto
Importer and Dealer in
Imported in quantity^
First-Olass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Plaoe in the
Oit^^obuyyp)itt:
Groceries.'
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Brick Blook,
NEW WKSTMIH8TER,B.a
... - mhl -      i
NOTICE,
Dominion^ Lands.
NOTICK 18 H-ER^BV GIVENTHAT.'
the surveys of TownsliIpH.Nos. 1 and
2. west of Coast Meridian, and TownsbtpH
Nos. 7, 8, 10, la. 14 and Id, east of Coast
Meridian. New .Westminster District, having been duly confirmed, the undersigned
Is now preparod to receive applications f«
Homestead Entry on Dominion Lands lu
such Townships respectively.
Applicants must personally appear be*
foro iho undersigned at tho, Dominion
Lands Ofllce, New Westminster, and
make the affidavit and pay the entry fee
or Jio.prescribed by Clause 10 of the Lands
Regulations of 1885.
H.B.W. AIKMAN,
Agent of Dominion Lands, B.O.
Uth August, IS8B.     ' dwaulBtnl
1 (Mainland Guardian eovy.)   -
A LL AS8E8RORS UNDER THE "AR-
A .sessment.Aqt, 187(1,",and amending
Acts, are ber6by Instructed' to* prepnn
their rolls on or hefore the Mh November
neit, and tlio duties of all Court* of Revision and Appeal aro to he roinpleted, ahd
tho rolls finally revised nnd completed,
on or before the 81st Deoember next, ,
i     By Command,
.     ,     .JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Hecretary.
PrnvliifilolRecrotary'sOfllcu,
Victoria, B. tt,flth Sept., Ifwti, dseliml
ALBION
MARBLE
IIW#'I
BH*
.    JAMKS FISEEB' Proptletor, „,
MONUMENIRHEA^BTONES, TOMBJS,
Al TABLET-l ANDGROSSES, FTJE- ,
'  NITDpE MARBtE, ifc.
Persons living at a dlStancOL hjr seridlnr
a aeserlptlon of what thoy wlBh, can have
design*, prices, etc., fumwtieil on application. iA,ll work guaranteed equal lo nny
,on the Pacific Coast, and at reasonable
'rates.; N,B,—Noagenlaemfloyed. - .     .
' Gordon Street, irict-nld B. C.
Opp. St toiirmlf J'reubyteulau church
JOHNS. COX,
Importer and Dealer'in
BRoWi L-AaHbni,*,
PLVHUVTH HOCKS,
,„ „■;   . ,      hA»0SHAlV3S,
Whll. Created Bl.ckPol.nd{,
'     Onln.a Fowl.,  H.o.hUttcki,
![WH>»J>M'iB-MH.';.
Pit Gain.., RoodM..
riled ist low rates.
indSll slock iiinranteti
Eoysl ivenue, East of Douglai St.
11 .   lhh8tb.,, '"  ,...^
New, WesMiWstelr, coal flartOr
fn     and Seattle Bonle. w,
THS8TEAMBR
(J. w. TARTE,-Ma.ter.)
WILL LEAVE- BEATTLB EVERY
. , i -nratsdayMo-Wniatla-tlMfe, tor
JJ-cw.Wiistinlnsteriujid Coal, Harhor, via
Fort Townsend and the Islands; arrives at
Now-Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for' Cdal Harbor about- two houn
Stterwards; leaves. OOAL HARBOR r.1*
d.T Ullrt.tor Seattle.
']'.,     fare <a tcaltle, .',—..»4.M •
»re1(liH«r*oa, .    IM
Bpecialrateatomerohanti,,,     aplOtc .
A r Pr|y*ite
.wi*4. ^1*;pBBHKb X.* '"''j.'.'
'—ON—;
MONDAY, AMfflST 16, 1886.
Ttet BUapiNO   HAS    15 -Ij-ARQK
I Rooms nnd Is well furnished irlth
reiilHior,grates, bath rooms, Ac, Ao....
Kxcellcut opportunities for all kinds or
healthful exercises, Including boatiug and
bathlPK.
Puplis will bo made most comfortable
and their general welfare carefully com
Bldered.,   .
A COMPETENT: STAFF OF IN8T8UCT8RS,
will be maintained.
Excellent facilities will be afforded for
Instruction In ■ftgllak,.... C«MMbretal,
f lasilMLand Modern Uagaafe Subjects,
with iRBiranirnlMl IRasle. ,
ApplloHtlon Forms/References and full
'information furnished by
RKV. 0. J. BR8NT0N, M»A„
'    rLV .. NxW.WlStUIMSTKIL
Junefi,lWJ. '      tNrjlySlte^
tWAWlQ
mHE ,U**P*SBBIQHED HAB BKEJ* AP.
1 pointed agentln British Cdumblafor
these beunllful mohimenta, Full particulars as to prioes and design, on appllpa-,
Hon. , ,    fflfttfP.TtOSSpN,
At thd' Fruit and Confeotlonery store, op-
r posltaColonlal Hotel, NowWHtiDln.lw,
B. C. mhsltc
a flHii*ii.il cha Vri]iij,rnr2 umiiit
COLUMBIA .STREET,
I M.i
THE CLOTHIER,
Hm JuitB-tnlY-4
A Urge QnantHy rf    ■   ■'■
Boys'and Yonth's
Clothing!
■^7 Qum ot AmttloMi.'•
FELT    HATS
Alw,a(ull lined
GENTS' FURNISHDtt OOODS
—HE NOW HAS—
Tke Bent Aiaorlnent In Me iboie
. Line nu txklklted In Hm;
i«qijiiit.| WMtnliiter.   •■
1z.;^!**"*BS*;s*Ji?*r^*(-)ia,
AtUwe.tPoMlM«PrlqaiforOa.h.. j
• all Kill*sal Make \,„ MkII.b.
Coluhw* Imn t*r. Imw • 1,0,
Uur JilB
—MfOMItttJUID ,MAU|n'l»-f
Btwks,
•sat flic
Statfonety,
MUJp
•anlii-rolr ...
The •LtfrgatiStock o* thttMali).
'   land;  and  second  to inrjr.
House in BritisK Columbia,
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<M**«***i'fqr*>l thelwaUjagAnwrioa*,,
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NlrUr-iariStk and MirtantlliJ Hf»
Imoraim Co.  .
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mirmt tiuim;
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UMi»Hiieiifi*.r
Awl**tWt-JjV.<i*Bltol Books miSimk -'
Fonn.on land.
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