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HEW : WESTWUtlTSMB^^ 0., SA'rjmpM't EVENING, OOTOBER 30, 188$.
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NUMBER 79
■kill) -fritisli^g^ian
Ulardar E-enl»«, October at, 18-*.
An editor in New York explored
is pocket* tfeo.joita-' <l«y, j f#ujji.
500,001, |nij|^it|dnij' hit Aat' <*n
rant out i«ul tougit«. hot*,* -.i
, many jtsstt a|o-thi» sfwie e|i**>r
ian \vaS"ffn "lmpelunfcur rtpotl
fho thought himself luoky if he
Duld get a job at twenty fire dollars
'a week.   The houae he purchased
as built at a cost of 8800,000 by a
an who al»o toiriJlWibfdihfcBpti-'e
lireer as a newspaper tep6i4er,ac()u-
Lulated millions, and subsequently
bopped some of them. The pur-
haser was Whitelaw Reid, of the
lew York Tribune, and the mansion
[as that erected by :Hem*y ViUlird,
hen at the aummit of his prosper-
y.—Manitoba Sun.
D.
OKPrCK— MoKei
Lockup. - tutPV
east of Mr. Cunningham'*,   ,    __ _,
W.P
Evasions of the law,   however   _„,
.genioui, <*> tfrimmlWIfiwifi
motive laws are useless. It is a
>mmon sneer that men cannot be
jade virtous by an aot of Congress.
Jut a stigma can be thrown upon a
•affic by law combined with public
pinion, and this is the effect of the
istrictive liquor laws., Theconae-
uenees of such a stigii*fc »re great
nd valuable. To m»Ke*a«i-arl*,lt-
ig diffioult and discreditable"lr"'-o
ive many a youth from drunken-
ess and disgrace. It is this prao-
oal benefit, not virtue by act of
longress, which jf^****^ iraitrict-
re law promotes, "-I* Mpn|B!i*lram-
linking ot all its ease and glimour,
nd it is because of the actual and
nportant effect of suoh laws upon
raffle that the liquor interest  has
■ol padiesMJlU awn ends. „Hetu
j is a common enemy. Its object
i not Republican or Democratic
it to use  both  Republican  and
id increasie ils l»ower-i4**iW«f4
_f
We sympathise with r every wise
fort to promote the cause of tem-
iranoe. to ■ hMV|Or *e Advent of
tai prflTiibitibhl aiid thus overftJow1
ie seductive and corrupting power
jat is cursing society, crushing
any hearts, desolating many homes,
id making humiliating inroads on
ie Church of Christ, i The grand
eapon of moral suasion is never to
ty as ever in the past. The phil-
ithropic argument—abstinence for
ie sake of others—is just as power-
il, as heavenly, and as OhristJiko
ow as it ever was. ■ But ;fof- thei
raffle itself, that is, for those who
take or sell'strong drink, we un
-ell believe thatr-^iUUiMJ
lppression by the strong arm of the
ssentially bad, blunting the  moral
ense oyko_j(Lwtaeitf***-e in •*> so
hat  cra9dM»* -nbtgnbeA.,   starving
ihildrcn and warm-hearted  philan-
hropistsajpeal.to them   in vain.
They canfidt? be' Ignorant of the dead-
y ruin of whioh they are the cause;
ley know thit the streams of lava
ihey sehdtbHh are scorching  the
and, and we cannot afford to
rime in fruitless  attempts "to
ruade them to abandon their trade.
Jlence, we ean*>l|
ives of those'who I
ieve tm* time
temperance or
las come when the   —r   __
!-***^ii*KHte**b
me of the grandest pobticw issues,
ind whojefusaany longer to keep
lidding of party prejudice. Great
wisdom is needed in introducing it
nto the politjeajr-r-j-tjcbut we fail
to see why the great temperance
tarty, who have developed this re-
onntow _tiiir_r*ni_yJto_UI -.iese-,!
ielieve the question of national pro-
libition to be more heavily freighted
f ith all that effeots the moral, social
ind domestic weti-bein-jlo^ tr jjeoptt'
ban any other question that can be
irinciples, complete and final victory
lannolrlonfri* postponed.I Wher,
iver.-a^Pwad*, ^mmmlnMii
:or enforcing the law faitnluHy ap-
ilied, it has, we believe,  been At- '
tended with most beneficial results.
But in some quarters the failure has
sanas
nurderers to be dealt with in the
lame indulgent way, we question if
^he prohlWtt-'f law» tgtiiMti ttltftl.
ind murder would prohibit these
irimea.   It is, at .all events, abun
«m-mtltM ^AWDHr'l «?<eri*where'
ihould agitate for and damaod, is
he rigid and faithful enforcement of
;he Canada Tem-.erai.ee Aet,wh'er:
iver it has been declared in  opera-
IT M.COOPER,B.rA.,M.D.,,        .
P-jS  i-^kt^-'tatVsmailt.'
iF-toE ami RESIDENOE-Church UU
■ Meat door to Farmer,' Home), near
^ol&mtilo Bt., New Westminster, B.O.
o PUCE Hon na-s to 10 a. m. j 1 to I and
Tw to 8 p. m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe3te
D"
F. WELSH,
■ pesiw;
s„ <*,    ' • 1
i
lihti            m  Colonial Hotel,
JTew Westminster, B. C.
ap28to
c.
h. «..■*_»**-«•(';
'"  '     DENTIST'.
OfFlca-Over D. S. Curtis * Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia st,, WnrWeatminater. ■■
Honrs-9 to Ui-fja.'*^i'. "-'"J."
Will visitCWUlWhwk the first Monday
and two following days In eaoh month.
Teeth aklnloelyt tttraet.eV  auU
BARBISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC
t, Kew Westminster,
iBBOriDH
J-WftfU
HOIUIAN OOliB,	
BARRISTErt-AT-lAW.
LandAj^^-jg? ■*• j 6**J<l^eytojCr)0*#i
Columblastreet,	
New Westmlniter, &C.
» LBBHT J. HILL,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Land Surveyor, JDnmgktsman, ete.
OFF10E-O»edpoc North of Messn.
Corbould A MoWIVe.MeKenile Street.
dw-sel3tc 	
nspraqp mow
WALTER j. WALKER,
AwdlUr, Accountant, ate.
Colonial Hotel, New Westr.
dselStoS
A. %V|-&!hVi'o-iw,I-HI A Riebmao,
begs to announce that he wlllresume business aa
Samyor,KealEsuieBrakar a»*...
.   CenTeyaneer
On and aftor tho _lst instant  Offloe, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
4. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Colum$ia-ib^.s......;._I*ew'*_'titi»lu|it«T-
«fW
re**'*Jrtati«ln
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given wheu required. ■ •   .;   .   .mhlMo
jjfftea    ', ,	
W.tK FERRIS,
i_ ', iUU-j I  ill..
'' Bent and Debt Collector.
SRYlIRn, Qt)QD JiBMS JSfSJt, 8UB.
Ageal ier the TBAVILEB'S LITE and
AI>ljmU,T INMJBAUrB C*»*jrA*.I,
■aruerd. Cann. .
OFPIOEi-Ferrii Btreet,'_.ew Wostmln-
ater.r wi raw   '-->■ JJ ifelte
nm,
Estate,' Insurant*
Oommlsslon Agents.
Mi°ffl»f
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone 33.       XEW MruitaiMnuL
PITT «&  CO.,
Rej^^tf,n|I|#g
r ANP MONEY BROKERS,
sion
VANOOUVER. B. O
0
ig^Sy^QTfA^SD,i
•    „   fb-rt-*
RAND BRO&
«A,_lswbIoil iaiiniroil  luTi" i hu t
T>BAL ESTATE BROKBnl,
111- ;   Oenveyanc«r,, c.ll.et.n,
I   ' "" "'" And laanrauee Agents,
OfB^,**tCtfiJt-^i,,*(n< Btre«t,'.:
J ••'',*«W''*l*lSTMlN"*fBRiJ Comer
WoKenale and Ularkson Sts,
.   VANCODVER, Cordova Street'
I
»uul, Sumas, MUd Bay.ta*
l?J_4fi* Island, North Arm
sale _.
Mapbaad Plana eahlblted and thojnll-
est Information furnished Mali enromcea
j;
•"jK-6*jfi<S3jeiC'
an) ll:
llWHBtiNiJteRBiriOTrb intends, as
1   soon «■ a suitable efflee oan he filled
Inn outfully prepared and the exeoutlon
of the work naperlntended If required, it
V6-^^0"W"%«li_J1t-tl-tBDT.
TUB, BEETON & CO.
wiaatiAfciTs,
WBABrBMHET • T1CT0BU,
'■ | —jsi—Vt-a iros
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
IH. 0. BEETON * CO.,
36 Finsbnry CHreus,
..,-.. London, B. C.
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS a«d
_SHOES
Udlt,-, Cents', Elaaea'and CkUdren'a
Beeu, Hum and Seller.  ,.   .
Made to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA ITIltET, ~ 0*f. WrMK'MU
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
-hh.4tq;, ■ ■    .'
THE CLARENCE
Corner,Yates _ Douglas Streets,
VIOTORIA, B. O.
FRANK Q. RICHARDS, Ja.   •   ■   -   LEMIt
mOUniSTS' HEADqtDAnTERS;_FIRST
el ,_ —     	
Clasa in every respeot   tmily np*
died with all CnvealeuM mt     '
lederh
Thin magnlfleent Hotol Ib now open for
Jh© .reception of Guests.
■ I ia-No pains will be ipared by the management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive.        . , doc5tc
J.
Manufacturer and Dealer ln
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FtHDINCS.
AU Kinds of Hides and Skins Oak
anil Hemlock Tanned.'
OASU PAID FOR HIDKB AND SKINS.
On hand always a good supply of Leather both of my own manufacture ana
Imported.
I have secund the eenrloee of Mr. Was.
Burnett to superintend the cuitom rearing department. .
JAMES ROCBSEAD,
Oolumbia St., New Westminster.
(d#-auayl)
WALSH
Tie Md Tailor
Columbia St., Jew Westminster.
HAVING JUST RECE-VEDOUR NEW
r Spring Sloek.-wo invite Inspeetlonot
the finest selection of ,...
' Engllib, beeleli, fieraan, rrtaek,
aadABerlean   ...
SUITINGS H8«
Ever shown ln New Westmlnsler., Wet
have secured tho services of MR. HUGH
O'HAQAWiaprnctleal Cutterwhohas had
long experience In London, Farli.and the
leading eastern cities, and loraqOOD MT
and artistic style we defy competition,
! mMOte :''      ■      THOS. WAiaH.
AUCTIONEER
AUPRAISIR
—AND—
HAVn.0 HJ-D BXTKH8IVB BX.
pertence in California and etM-
where in tha above business, I am now
preisjred to take oharjge ot an; sales,
auction or otherwise, that tie publio
may favor me with,, , i | ,i .< |
dtnt, Riles, Cartridges, Powder,
Shot* fishing tackle, Bpeela.
cles,   Cntlerr,  and   Bar
filassware,
TO BE HAD AT TIIE OLD STAND,
.       KNOWN AS THE    .
'Menagerie Shop/
OOLUMBIA  STRUT.
dwaulTta
Administratrix 1111%,
T_ OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J_N all persons indebtedtothe lateJ-ohu
Alwood Reynolds Homer, formerly of
N ow Westminster, deceased, are reuulred
lo pay tbeamountot their iidobtednMsta
,_jSlg_S3, forthwith. aniTairiiei
is.havlng any claims against lhe estate
ll-ed to furnish piirlleulars thereof,
Hned, withlng ttrfl mouths from
' SOPHIA k.HpBEII.   "■
Admlnlslratrla.
Dated New Weel., Oct, MH>,1»».  oeUMm
DQUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
' -* ■ Mamtfactureis and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
TTfevVI WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
 ■•    Hw-llyaito ' J ■
-THE-
PHCNIX!
That old reliable luaranre Company
or l-tnd«D, Naglnnd. .
jas. cunIphani,
AGCMT FOR HEW WESTMINSTER.    .
'    ' I r t- '   J        '   J |     . ,'
Rates of Insurance as low as other
Companies.
Jxisses promptly paid and no
unnecessary, trouble given to
the UNFOttfuNAlte
New West,, Del. llth. .
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SGOULUB & GO.
Are Prepurctl to supply antl Erect
Gas Pipe, ".'"a
Gas Fixtures,
And everything relating to tlila branch of
business,
WT* Experienced and competent men
only e*nployed, and work; guaranteed
flret-clasB In every reapect Prices as low
«a anywhere else.
E. S. SCOULLAtt & CO.,
d-Jly31tc Columbia' Street,
TH06. OVENS^
MANUFACTURER OP
iusjiw
All Kinds ot Machinery, Patent Lochs,
Safes, yewing Machines, Ac, Ap.,
Repaired.        *    -
BLACKSMITHINC
In all IU branehea.  Farmers', Loggers',
Hill and Contract Work; Agricultural
ImplentflKU, and everything in the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured Orst-clunK workmen, we
feol confluent of giving satisfaction.
•V Horse-shoeing m specialty.
dw-Jly_UcJ   Colviibia Bt„ Kew W«t.
wit.iijsi:iu;
-,      A large Assortment of   ,.
! ' >T*t* -*>i?d-   ))■■.,  , '
~"'  ALWATS OS HAND.    ®"i
1 aovoiPi—%■■ ■     ii   <v
KCay • aiud Fea-A
Q    Jg||Q^JAJ*AND;**flTAy,.;j.:i.;
Moauinouiiuiiioto v
. ure ijm4 tr tbe. on.
We mn tworatueaially.euaptsundays,
to Port Moody, carrying h.m.S. malls.  '
As tu> liquor ortnhaeoo Is tuul we ean
temperate habit, aud careful economy
sorvelhepuhllcatenpeclnllylowraui.   J
dwaeeDto
tj-fl flO   >:,  I-'
F. CRAKE,
PRACntJAL'
AND-(
JEWELER,
OOLUMBIA STREET.    HEW WESTMIIKiTIR.
Oixealle CnuUkens * Ws.
tttr t.ATB MANAGER FOR SAVAGE A
LYMAN, MONTREAL
Chronomettrs, Repetter*. Clirootf
Kriphen, Mitl ill %eW|mb
rep»ln » SpepUltj.
A NV ONB HAVING WATCHES wllloh
A have been injured by Irtcomirelpnt
waleh repairers ean be made equal fo new
Main. .n-WEI.RY of nil kinds miule and
repaired. All nork
moderate,   iatl:
Walehes an* Jewelry ekeanef
.fcaa «ay other kense In a. c.
■Wp^ViNl^^^-g
accurate Itmakeepers,AS"! usual price, ISA
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,'
OPP.•taW]? 0f4c(e^ tj-mWest'r.;.
ii
PAPER HANCIHC, QUZIKI, KM8CMINIHC, tl.
WALL PAPfeR.
The largest.assortment of Wall Paper
in (lie City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hiintl tit bottom price*..  Ratn-
Sles on view at T. It. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia St.   Paper hauxlni
specially low rates. '   '
RURlng ai
dscliltc
SPENCE'S PRIPQE, 8. O.
MIE DEG TO INFORM YOTI THAT
i we have leased the Morton House
al Spenco's Bridgo from Mr. Murray and
that It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise If yon
will favor us with It to do nil wc can to
satisfy you In every respect. Mrs. Reid,
who. has had much experience, will attend to the culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
Je23m5 REID & NEFP.
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
ci
, S.TEAMEK      ,
QLADYSf'
Until ^SitiSai 'iftiSRjEX ¥»it:
rtiahe regulartrlpa..-; ...,,..(.-,
.   TO TAIS ASD WAT P0RI8,
LeaylngNow Westminster on
MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
At * u. m.    Returning un Wednesdaya
and Saturdays J.-,'.: ,
JlySlto OAPT. INSLEY, Master.
WJPROTHEBO &jC0.!
^NUPACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
i  a all Ki.i-m.qp.STONii"mi_. '-•;..'
REMOVED
^"^^^^^^
Call and examine our stock aiid prices
before buying.  We can't be INUKlnOLU
In the city,   ftepalrlngof ali*klnds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
seieto
P. PEEBLES.
3.W. HECKLEY
(NEAR MERCHANTS. SQl-ARE*   ..
FUEllriTURE
M AN U FAOTURERS,
-jM-'"'
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring m« Wool lUttmses ani
Bo*itgt-f w*y8 •! hand, f
...      . HAVE OK HASD THE
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF WB
NITVBE ON THE MAINLAND.
Hardware Bedrotm Snites,  Im Ash,
Cherry* Walnnt, or Mahogany.
Estimates for Offlce and Store Fittings,
r, An experienced upholsterer has been
-engaged by the Arm, who are now prepared to do all kinds of work in the upholstery line. .      *■■•■,•       .     djlyfito -.
TQ
PUBLIC
leived at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, during the last
y«ar, the Board of Directors find it necessary to appeal to tbe public for assist*
ance. In view ot the fact that the disbursements for the last aix months have
been in excess of the revenue, and that no
Ejiblic subscriptions have been solicited
, Mr. W. H. Keary will personally can.
«ss for subscriptions.
II G. E. CORBOULD,
._.,_.«  __._._ __.P*«-i<
New
The Gas Company
respectfully inform*
the Public that they
are prepared to do
t-ras Fittiu^a4ilo^«6t
possible ra^Jl^l^i*.
tent with good workmanships j c ")i
A supply of
TUBES, BLOKES,
5^° Orders may' be left at
the Company's Office, Hol-
irook Stojri^ feiiijijtig, 0r;W
RAND BROS.'
J. L, STAMFORD,
BOY
Ato leafJirtT.o")Trni(TB« Bl
st lilsoffl.c.
M-?
COME AND SEE I
W, H. HOLDEN,
HAVIMG TAKEN POSSKSSION OF
the " Temperance House," -fronting
on Columhla and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
"FARMERS'H0MEI
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day...........
iii "     " week	
Single Meals	
Beds...	
 si 00
 6 00.
■&_0ood accommodation for Ladles and
families. my9tc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NUBSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
j \ i   Ladner'8 Landing, B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
I form the people of British Columbia
that ho hns established a Nnraery at Ladner's Landing, and'Is prepared' to fill
all orders for Fruit Tret*,, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, VlneB, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees imported or home grown according to thc Wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training ln the business,- and having a
tiernianent stake in the country it is his
nfierest to deal fairly with the public. He
Will wait upon the various1 towns and settlements shortly, aud all orders will have
his personal attention*
aul2to E. HUTCHERSON.
c, Mcdonough
[•fl HAVING T*,KEN
Lundbom's Buliaing, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
tai- servo his' customers and everybody
with ae good iv stock ns n man wants to
select from.   >* -..   -t/.
Dry   Goods,   Groceries*   Provision*.
Crockery, Glassware, Boots* *e.
| Borne and seo the now place, and let us
Ik^pww'liatyouthlek.ofit. -. .,
;   dwoelflto C. MCDONOUGH.
LOOKOUT
ill
-   —for—
YoiirFndtTrees!
M&.Q. W. HENRY.OP PORTHAM-
. MOND. NURSERY, leaves Bow
manvllle, Out., about the 2.1th of October,
with a carload ot Fruit Trees and Nursery Stock, for British Columbia, j The
stock will be accompanied by Mr. Henry
himself, who will see that it comes
through In good shape. Besides the Trees
already ordered he will bring a lot of two-
yeur-old Troos, suitable for fall or spring
Inntlng. Persona wanting flrst-olass
•ces should not fail to have a look at
iese. Mr. Henrr has personally selected
e whole of the trees and plants coming,
_id thinks they are the fluent that were
ever brought to this country. The oar
Ight to arrive about the middle of No-
mber. When lt arrives, call at the Port
ammond Nursery and Judge for yourselves. dwocSlwl
"BLUE STORE"
, WATCHES
A flue JMiortment or American Silver WalehM, pat. dust-proof caa«S
Flrtt-ClUt rtWlH W»tClW», from S3
upward,
1 CLOCKS
^i»nt^tSi_ttfii ttt Mist strik-
Ine"*!****, *ith cathfclral^o^i
solid walnut eases) latest designs. ,
Al«o. Beu thornur*' Mekle Alara
a*wv,i ■   _
w'AKIOt USSMTMHtT Of JCWttRY.***,
OrUe t*ale» lenalrlai a apealally. All
Work WanaMei.
ts— Hemcmlrer tbe. plaec-tlie "Blue
Store.1-,-\i  •  '.     ■
X*. BTIRSKTT,
dwa^tlBJ'    ooiiiitiiiia,8t., N.w West.
,     K8TABUBBED 1659.
IJ    '*•'/      —
KOBT. DICKINSON;
iUTCHER,
Seirly Opposite tbe Colonlnl Hotel,
Si :' MP P.'tll-IVA
NEW WESTMINSTER
mHB LABOBST AND   CHOICEST
X   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE6ETABLES
u ■ j   ',.- ■::•    ■**■ -■■ ■
Constantly on hand, arid supplied to Familiea, Beatauranta, and Steamboats at tlia
LOWEStt- P08eiBl_B.PW<m
FOR  SALE.
THE LEAHE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
of thnt  well-known  Variety Btore
next the Holbrook; House, Front Btreet.
docistc
Farm for Sale!
l N IMPROVED FARM FOR BAI.K
\ cheap, and ou eusy terras, with or
1 thou t thi-stock.
M. NICHOLSON,
dwoc7tc Mount Lehman P. O.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
IcySaw and Planing Mill; mill In
good onler. For particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc   ■       4HELMCKEN, Victoria,
i PURE-BRED COLLIE PUPS. For par-
;  tlculars apply at once to
MONTAGUE WOODS,
New Westminster.
FOR JtiNT.
FROM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
- an S-roomed House on Agnes Street;
Also—From the First of  December—a
large Store, with basement, on Columbia
Street, centrally situated.
Apply to
HENRY Vl EDMONDS,
doc23tc LandAgent.
FOR   SALE
fTlHAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
X Lot 7. situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
ln the occupation of Capt. Grant; contain))
8 rooms with usual oflices. .
Valuable Oity Lota. rl t
Farms near City.   .
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bny. . <: .
80 acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station. '   '
74 acres of valuablo Land 2 miles from ,
City on Hastings Road; 1B00 cords of Cedar could he cut
Apply to      ,     	
* CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
je23tc i Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on tbe Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrou.h
the premises.   Apply to
E.. A. WADHAMS,
de»tc Ladner's Landinu.B.C.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
•   —GOTO—*
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET, Ore. C, P. K. rTskST.
cl«e22to
w
iTOTICB.
HEREAS I HAVE BEEN APFOINT-
,, ed receiver of all the personal estate, effects and-credits, Including book
debts and all other ehoses ln aotion due
or accruing due to William Isaacs of Part
Hammond, by virtue of an order in the;
County Court of Victoria, dated the 21st
day of September, 18M, all persona are
hereby warned from receiving, taking In-,
to possession or holding any of the said
estate, or from paying to the said William
Isaacs, his agents or servants, any monies, or fr_>m disposing or In any dealing with said-estate. -,
It is also provided by the said order that
all persons Indebted tothe said es'ateor
havlng In their possession anyeffectsof
the said estate (other than what haa been
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver or
account for the same to me.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
1 Deputy Sheriff.
New Westminster, B.C.,
Oct. 27th, IBM. dWQWffte ■
Every Han to his own bdhibcu
A.   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMI8T&0RUG6I8T,
COLUMBIA   STREET
, (OPP. COLONIAL H0IBL1,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Ptiyslclnns' FreKrlptloM ud Fib*
llj Beclpet * SpeeUlty.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugs use*.
Over twenty years' eiperienoe.    mlM
Public Notice
New WeMitsr Pnhlic Liw).
mHB UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
I the kindness and permission of the
Mayor and city Council) two weeks ago
re-opeued the Public Library, and Ukes
this opportunity to offer an invitation to
resident* of New Westminster to pay him
a visit., Papers and Magazines from all
directions are received for patrons and
vlslton, and moro will be added in case a
rettHonablo support Is obtained. The
term* are Meftman month, to mdvanee,ms
papers, Ac, nro paid for in advance. This
wl ll amount tb about 2 cents a day, or the
nost of onr olgnr for seven days permission
to see news from all over tbe world, and
elegant-books whlbh1 may bo changed
every Ui hours! There is no compulsion
about this, hut those who believo ln get.
ting In out of the tfeln and who ean enjoy
a decent lire will doubtless appreciate this
institution. Ladles nnd strangers are free,
j so doubtless all tho parties who believe In
Blue Ribbon will oome forward atonoo
and Join this attractive atlHIr, both for
their own credit and thut of others, Come
one, oome all, and yon will be attended w
by one who can soap alt classes,via.:
Yours Respectfully,
HENRY W. HUGHES.
New West. Aug. 20,1S8B. dauSNe
BOYS WANTED.
r'O   SMART  BOYS WANTED AT
once to sell the Dally Columbian,
Apyly at. TUI. Onto*.        •      danMte NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Train H. AlAott
Appointments ...Prov. See.
gailB fritish Couimbi-m
aalurday Evenlag, October 3a, lsso.
Independent Voters.
It will be remembered that many
Republicans refused to endorse the
nomination of Blaine at tho last
presidential election, and voted for
Cleveland. These men have lieen
greatly abused by the party for
bolting, and iu some instances have
been formally expunged from the
pnrty books. At the present time
pnrty lines are beginning nguin to
be closely drawn, and it is a ideation of some oouceni what attitude
theso independent voters will assume
in the next contest. Not long ago
n Democratic paper hinted that,
having supported the Democratic
candidate at last election, they
might as well now formally renounce
their nllegianco to the Republicans
and unite with the party with which
they had, practically inentiiied themselves. To t)iis proposal an answor
appeared '—Jlarpti's Weekly; and as
Mr. Curtis, its editor, was a leader
and chief defender of tlie Republican
kickers, the answer may fairly be
accepted os thnt of the party. In
this answer the invitation of the
Democrats to become .one of. thein
is distinctly declined. The independent voters, it is said, never left tho
Republican party, and have no wish
or intention to" become identified
with the Democrats. They deoided
to vote against the presidential
nominee of their own party because
they believed him tobe unlit for
the high office to whjch he aspired.
Unfortunately for Blaine. and "his
party he was quite unable to show
a clean official record; and he 'was
just the sort of person that tho independent Republicans did not wish
to see promoted. Bloine was impressed with the belief that' thero
was no harm in making one's official
position tt mean's of advancing one's
personal ends. Blaine was likewise
in favor of the spoils system, and,
consequently, could not be expected
to give ivn honest support to any
honest scheme of civil sen-ice reform. -1 On the contrary, Cleveland's
ollicial record was such ns to lend
the independent ivoters to believe
in his complete honesty of purpose
when ihje declared for roforin in the
civil service iind for clean government. They may havo been disappointed in the results. In many
respects Cleveland's administration
has been a disappointment to its
best friends; but the circumstances
and surroundings of the administru-.
tion have been suchas to call for
large allowances. Cleveland's party
is notajreform party. It is conspicuously a spoils party, and a party
that has perpetuated the most obnoxious forms of machine government, tii would, bo manifestly impossible for the independent voters
to identify themselves with such a
party and maintain tlieir consistency; unless the party gave
pledges of reform, of which thereisno
sign. The independent voters voted
for Cleveland because they believed
hiin to be an honest reformer, and
not for the Democratic party, and
if the next contest is between the
same persons it is very probable that
they will cast their votes independently for the same candidate. This
is tho attitude of the independent
voters, and it is one against which
nothing can be said. If a consistent
independence such as this was found
inserting itself into Oaiindionpolitics
we are not sure but it might accomplish a wholesome reform. The
objectionable features of the American political inanceuvres have prevailed too largely among us. We
should be delighted to see a powerful parfy of Canadian Mugwumjos,
a party whose politics would consist
in first firmly resisting everything
dishonorable, and in supporting only
such candidates and parties as were
securely pledged to the work of reform. Tliere is too much party and
too little independence in Canadian
politics. There is too much inclination to mako party the first and only
consideration that influences the
casting of a ballot. It is this evil
tliat *uas brought about a state
of loose morals in Canadian
politics such as ought to cause
serioue alarm in the winds of all
patriotic persons. The political
code of moral.-; seems to recognize as
evil o_^.^aoh,l'.i<£twj'l*^l$i!s/ as
bring disaster tio the party. It is
not the man who sins that is thrust
out of office, but the. man who is
caught, And even when the than
who is caught happens to ocoupy a
very important position in the party,
he ii Whitewashed and paraded before ,the public as a martyr. The
" Pacific Scandal," which ought to
have,',fltive;l forever from public life
those who were responsible for it, is
now) Jestiilgly. referred to as the
" PitiiH.Sliinder." This is one of
the results bf the tyranny of *jarty,
and ire shall most gladly welcome
anylhovement which lias in view
the nHoptioiiioJ right instead of ex-
pedi^y,, w::» ,poiit'!'al sMto.'
What wouM be wrong/for the individual con scarcely he right for the
partly.''■I'i  "  ."  ■' " .        .'.„■■,
Trial(jfr"-W*«i" 'hoT-Wty |**h* best
polioy m lii'edloliie as'well tt'tts other
thii* 'Hijtfk SarsaperiUa Is a genuine
preparation, an unequalledj;l*Io*#: purt.
Her, decidedly superior to all others,
ON AND AFTER
Monday, 1st November,
Trains will urrlvo uud leave New West-
mliiBterns under:
IM(IH(   EXPBE88,      -      Arrive MS3
ATLAXTM* EXFMESS,      •     lenve I3t47
These Trains will  run   In connection
witli Main Lino Trains.
H. ABBOTT,
,.■ Gen'l HttpL
Port Moody, Oct. ,10, 1880.'. df»c30t7
Provincial Seckktauy's Office.
HIS  HONOUR  THE  LIEUTENANT-
Governor hits heen planted to mako
the following appointments:
lllth October. 1888.
Tho Hon. John Robson, Provincial Bec-
i-otitrv antl Minister Of Mines, lo be Minister of Finance and Agriculture for tbe
Provinoe of BrltlMi Columbia, vice the
Hon. S. Duck resigned.
18th October.
Gilbert M. Kuront, Esq., Q. C. A S. M., to
bt- a Court of Revision nnd Appeal, under
tbo Assessment Acts, for tbat portion of
tbe Electoral District of Kootenay lying
to tbe north and west of tbe summit of
the Selkirk-Range.
George F. Drabble, Esq., J. P., to be a
Court of Revision and Appeal for the
Electoral District of Comox.
John Maxwell, John Jolly, and Arthur
John Bovllle, Esquires, of Langley, and
James Trethewey, Esq., of Matsqui, to be
Justices of the Peaco for the Electoral
District of New Wostm InHter.
22nd October.
Robert Wtu-d, Esquire, of Victoria, to be
a Justice of the Pence for the Province.
John Burton Lang, Esquire, of Golden
City, to be a Justice of the Peace for tlie
Electoral Dlstrlctof Kootenay.
25th October.
John Fannin, Esq., J. P., to be Curator
of the Provincial Museum, Vletorla.  lt
Instrumental and Vocal
MUSIC.
A B. DOAK HAS ARRIVED FROM-
A, the East, nntl is uow prepared to receive a limited number of pupils, Instrumental, 85 per month. Vocal,75c. alesson,
strictly In advance. Apply fmm 6 to 11
n.m., '1 to -i p.m. Corner of Columbia and
Church Sts. - octfdlm  -
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
An undivided half or Lol Mm, *W, Btock v,
pari of District Lot Ko. IM, la the
Clly or Vancouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of George Raywood to the
above-mentioned laud has been lost or
destroyed, and application has been made
for a duplicate thereof;
Notico is therefore hereby given that a
fresh Certificate of Title will Be iimuedln
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause te shewn to the contrary within
one month from date.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlco,
New Westmlnsler, 27th Oct., 1880,
doe'-iftnl
1873.     GRIP I     1886.
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GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1986.
THEAIMOF-'GRIP'Ustoaet forth,In
in an impartial and independent manner, the pasmngevonts of Canadinn political and social life. Its Cartoons sp-ak
more definitely aud more pleaslugly than
whole columns of editorial, ln this pungent, easily appreciable, and artistic style
of presenting a subject, the whole situation Is revealed nt a nance. The success
of Grip shown how well this fact Is appre*
elated—its Cartoons on tbe passing political events of the country being even
more eagerly sought after tbnn the chaste
and humorous letter-press of the paper,—
though the latter Is equal to that of any
similar publication on ihe continent. '
Tbe publishers of Grin are making extensive improvements for 1880. The old
cover Is to be discarded, antl the Journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned and calendered
paper,—overy number being so artist lflftlly
executed aa to compare favorably with
tho best papers on tho continent. The
advts. will he compressed and more systematically arranged; while similar Improvements will be made as to the letterpress. A now and handsome design will
adorn the title page; while -tin- Cartoons
will certainly not suffer from extensive
Improvements In the artistic department.
The price of Grip will hereafter be III a
yenr, which Is lotvor than that of any
fniper of Its kind In America,—most of
Item Rolling for 45. Single numbers of
Grip will be 10 cents.
Twine it year.at Midsummer and Christmas, a beautiful special number will be
issued, the number of pages being Increased, and pleasing features introduced,
particulars of which will be given in preceding tsmws. These numbers will be
presented to subscribers without extra
charge.
GRIP'S PLATFORM:        ,;
Humor without Vulgarity: :..._
Patriotism without Piirtlz-instilp) Z
Truth without Temper.
Oilr 4ft • Year* restate free.    «j
Address the Grip Printing and Publishing Company.iflland 28 Front Btreet, West,
Toronto; or leave your order with your
bookseller or other local agent.        Ml*
COSTIVENESS
affects seriously all the digestive anil
iissimlUtlv- orpins, Including the Kidneys, When tlicm! organs arc so affected,
they fall to extract iron, tha lilooil tho
uric acid, which, carried through the circulation, causes Rheumatism nnd Meu-
Tho functions of tho Uver ue elso
affected by costivencss, causing ,.,-.,
Bilious Disorders.
Among the warning symptoms of Biliousness are Nausea, Dizziness, Headache,
Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness of Bkln, Patui in ttie Bide,
Hack anil Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Furred
Tongue, Irrcgularll v In llic action of the
Bowels, Vomiting, etc.
Tho Stomach suffers when the bowels
arc constipated, and indigestion or
Dyspepsia,
follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Balm,
Headache, Acidity of thc 8tomach,Watef'
brash, Nervousness, nnd Depression, are an
evidences of tho presence of this distressing malady. A Suro Relief for irregularities of the Stomach nud all consequent
diseases, Will be found In the use of
AYER'S PILLS.
, They stimulate the stomach, free the
bowels, healthfully Invigorate the torpid
liver and kidneys, and by their cleansing,
healing nnd touio properties, strengthen
and purify tho wholo system, and rostore
It to a salutary and normal condition.
rnsr.Rin bt
*r. J, G, Ayer & Co, Lowell, BUM.
', e\_ j  Sold by ell Dim-Ma.      „-, ,
FOR  SALE.
Oti-E-HAI'F INTKIIEBTIW thel.ANO-
ley Saw and Pinning Mills mill In
(tooil order. For particulars apply on the
BremlsMt© , Jf-ftjiMV,
.Or, Mensm. MtArlE, JACKSON,;
aWMe « HKIiMCKK**, Victoria.
British Colnmbia Milling ana
Mining Compnny (Limited).
AHmMEUT XO. 8.
VOTICS IS HEREBY GIVEN, tiatau
JM Assessment of ONE CENT per slwra
has been levied upon the members of the
ahove Oompany, payable .nt tho Com-
pnnyrs offlco (new Bank of Brllish Coiumbin building, GovornmentStrcet.Vlctorla).
The stock on which the above assessment remains unpaid after the lst dny of
November next, shall from und after tliat
date be deemed delinquent.
Dated Sth September, 1880.
Byordorofthelllreotors.
W. MONTEITH,
dwocSml '"'     Secretary.
li] -TCiTt'Ti—
BriMiMeMUlfi
ii
C01vd:,_P_A._fcT"2-
Capital, 13,000,000-   losses
Paid, $48,000,000
jK_-«»*»a«_>aa«-«i »•*»»»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
.Ot Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R.PEARSON,
doc7lc (B. C. S. A P. Co.) AQENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Coni'j
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
■'(isr-iijk.sx.-x-)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doc7to       (B.C.R.4 P.Co.) AGENT.
t li. IIM,
GENERAL
DEALER
COMPLETE STOCK K)F
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
'/p_ ___x_ dldu i r
Clothing,
■ s'lDV    '':<•'■ > :<     [j I 17,'    (|
Hats and
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY
dw-flj-itlto
■•S-THAT'SW
UN
WANT.
A lew tif.
$1.25 -a*™**- $1.2§
DISTRICT OF
JUST ISSUE.) BY
Price, $1.25.
! This Map has been produced at
great cost, nnd gives a vast amount
of information never .before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The ntw Hap shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the O. P. R. and extensions,
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate- Insurance and
Financial Agents,
•SEWr WBftTM-SSTER,,VANCOliv_tIt
AND VICTORIA.
FOR8ALE AT
T. R. Peai-son & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
'•■ ■"■ ' ■     ap_4tu
Just Received via O.
P. R, one car-load of
Stoves, and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of E.-U <3. Gurney' 'ti-
Oo. and are well
known tobe the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
wiU do well to give ns
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 now on the
way;.'T.,>
E. S. SCOULLAR ft CO.
(loulato        ( . COLUMBIA 8THEET.
;; ittscEr
Carpenter &Bu}lder
,•.'.* ■4A&W 3 I
I Plans and SBcclBcillons for ill
•"IM of Buildings Wire. *>m
fuiirrr*)-*-.---*-.' -»-j'iii»
'OBBTNO NKATLY ANO CAREFUL-
AH orders left at DcdiUttt ttoM.-or At
the shop of VV. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your te-
tor nblifiit-nt. ' '.'(/..   JeJMo-
,    "ew 'SBAVertiER,"1''"'!''''-
TH  NOW  P»(l_Wit*ln-i Ttf'nlSMOVE
I  Nlnllt Soil, Dry KubM.li, .lo.
'iAll orders promptly cixeciilpil nl reftSoh*
•VilojIaiCT.        !        ™.    ■/.. I.MITH.
^BI^HOUSE!
I Jtskttifc.-- ::'_R_A___B I
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW  lERCHANPISE!
nn j fin ■ —-consisting of—
* m j     ''(j - ■. i Hi   ' ii
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheet-
sh    ,  ings, TVveeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and  Cloaks.
Thn Millimrry is thn finest and largi>9t Stook on tlm Mainland. No
i-jS^lto.yoitoj'Vittoriaj; ,t.    ■ i.'l.'.IUgltl ' ' ./'  " ,.'   '■',;:.
':.; DRESS GO,pDJ3tm tlioney nwtorials and shades for the season.
We call attontion to tlie famous SEA SERGE, which we
have at various prices—37-Jc, 50c., 62jk and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
rain, and oven though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the'ORIGINAL OOjtOR. .     '
I* I. The'GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with Tle8, Bra»
CeSf 8hirtS, SOCk9| 4fcC..->nI*al>*<Wim(* fashionable stook of
Men's Hats, &c.      __,__««»«.__,_«>.
""wra»__c. _b_aj3.
ALEX: HAMILTON
STONE-CUTTER,
TTA8 SEVEKED:1ALL CONNECTION
XI with Jolin Mnrtlmor, of Victoria,
atio undertakes to furnish
i ,      ■ ' ,(■■' i-.:; '-;-        ;,-.        .-        ■-.
All kinds of Monumental Work
AT REASONABLE RATES.     i;
A!no, tnkcit i.<)ntract» for Mitnoli 'Work,
In all Its brancHts.    . -:.r
Agent for Heller's Htwr.a Ceiitrrpleee*
AHracketHi      .    - ,-,(, ■ j^.j-jj*  3
r. O. Box 135, Now Westminster.
1'•''','    doelBtc
TO'.THK EliKCTORS OF     ,
New  Westminster District
QENTiI|EME|ft-At thi eemettt'rebn^t
of u hitge mtmWr of ■ the Etootoroof tbla
Dlstrlet, I have consented toeomo forward
us a canditltile to fill the vacancy In the
Dominion House of Commons occasioned
by tlio lamented tlPitth of your late representative, Mr. Homer. At im.early date I
shall piiblfsh my addreps and maKo rtp-
polntments to meet you at various places
throughout thd Dlstrlel for the purpose of
discussing some important public questions.
Your Obi-iUcnt Servan t,
docltiic " TltdMAS cunninqham!
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B.C.
AND nitOU. HAVE TAKEN OFfiotB
.j Wi.ffcii aimer of .Moclimite >lnl
Inrlisoll Htri'irls^lie lilnflfc nlM>yt>!tSolnn_-
VirintHin nin-irifl. mio uruvx nuw,. u«i..m-
bln dt., tflicfe tlity an no* p»pWml l»
irtli'Mil 10 linsl.m,     ' rwvr        Haflltr
MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,       ■..
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Top Buggies,       •
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog
^I)UjiW>Cl|ts,
,pr-^S,fltaiS, *
AND   EVERYTHING   IN   THK
YJ-flipi.E LINE.,
We have a lurgu stock of most of
tile above articles on haml, also a large
stock of Wagon nud Camas. Material,
Whc*_, \V«o,l-j»l Hsnlware. .
Kepnlrlnij, rhlntlii-, t Trlmmlnj
done at reasolialile prices,
jpHRML-iii
lit all its Branches,
; I Estimates given 'oh Ironwork, and
Contracts token. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and all kinds
pf Ironwork for Saw' Mills, Ugging
Campi and' Karmet*, kept In stock and
tnad« to order.        1;:;' ,
llorse-Sltoelni? nnd Gfneral
'M Jobbing.
We also keep In stock to supply the
trade,* It-oil, 'Steel. Chahis, Cumberland
Coal, Hdrst and I Ox -Shots,-, i IToWti.^a,;
Iron and Steel J1«*tow Toetli, -Carr"
Springs and Axles, and il voinplute si
of Carriage Hnnlware." ' '"
Parties requiring: anything iff our line
will find hy inspecting our stock that
{luporim- arlhilo at, « ri'juuuJjIrj ntioe
lire. . ,!
We are also inanufactiiilng anil selling
At reduced prices. It is tlto hest and
cheapest Picas in the market.     ,    i ;
iMjSVft hftVe got ttaiwht wort ttf^lff be
had In tho co.untry, iintl wo Import nearly
jut the stocjt \ve uso front the t)nst~*t*ons<*-
oiiently wa onn olftr InduoomcnM t^> tmr-
elinsers thul wc oould not have.done some
<Ui|.Miny,  All niatcrlal nnd work loiivlng'
.■...T,*?!',,,!!!    1,1.   „H...,„|nni I   l„l,.l„.lk!
.thii?ti-^V7n'YorW-fAnK^"folM,1u»
represented., C ' "	
jmnnptly utteni
1 represented.. Orders  from   Iho country
 ■■------uijea'jo,
tlwnnlml
RIID&OURRIR,
Sew WM
PEEBLES i HE6KLEY
Have received direct from Quebec a
large consignment of
SPRINQ   MATTRESSES,
TUG MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
CLEAN ABT1CLE
Which Is manufactured-  Cm be taken
apart nnd packed In a small space. dooIHm
Public Works Department.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SBALED  rnOPOSALS,   ADDRESSED
to the nntlentlgned at Victoria'are
again Invited for the delivery of
,500 TONS OV RUBBLE BTON*
at tho Sand Heads nf the Fraser River,
ana will be received up to 6 p. m.of
Thursday Ike -mtk lut.
Stoue to he delivered continuously and
ln any quantity up to 100 tons.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
P. O. GAMBLE,-:    '  -
Engl nccr-ln-Ch urge.
S2nd Ootober, IBM. doo23td
Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON,
E'f.-v
First D00V to the RI|hC ifrom ColuwW*
Street^and will have always on hand
1 1       ■ i*full assortmeni of
Foreifia &
M& "kVitEk^iimimotsA^
OlnraahHd lq Bn*y OlMKV,     ■'
ra ■I'.lilliiy'iioHir'itiiiiiti I
Confederation Life
'£   "ASSOGI-ATION.
v; —  .
_H,ulr»«..IU .J.;.. HI.MMM
FuHGov'm'tD6posit
isADdfflSOTiPfM'
:l-7++rt
t V. I:
This. Association -merits the
confidencer'tHe l?ii|itii"is'' tt}-j_i-
itig In it from  the' following
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Tbe SeeurUy offered to policy holders 11
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Batnday Evening, Oct.ber SO, law,
For ladiea gosaaaHan *M at. this
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The atr. Dunsmuir, nrrived from
Nanaimo nt 3 o'clock thii tftemowi
A Young Men's Christian Asaocia-
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A finorkMwrtmiMt/rfTladiea' eash-
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The finest selection of Hata and Caps
n the eity will bo found at the Bon
Marche. doc'28wl
New ktfli, 'in Matltile GlothJ: for'
winter wear now opening at Jas. El-
ard&C65_:   °?   D,u-->s8 dottrttc-
Buggies and phaetons, open or coy-
rred, hand made or imported, at Fa-
lific worka. d«olr2ewlm
A choice lot of fur gooda for ladiea
md gentlemen may be aeen at the
Jon Marohe.            * d28olw
_ A fine assortment of Carpets and
Jarpet Squares just arrived at Jaa.
illard A Co's. doclStc
A splendid Msortmeut of Qent*|
*iiderw«_",*t astoniatiiiig low oriais 4t
he Bon Marche! '  docMwI "
For 8aleJ--Hotel doing a good paying
usinets; cheap. Apply at Woods,
'urner & Gamble. .   jyHtc
The latest :■#__. In Mmtf^jMgl
oft Felt Hats', English and American
'ies, atBUard&Oo's. docl8to
Ah Suet, the Chinese murderer, is
„ be hanged at tho jail here at 8 o'.-
lock Monday morning.
Tho man or woman   who knows
.ovtots^cvtmiVktsoti
sred
able etiquette.—Baltimore .American.
Before deciding on the plan of your
ew house lock over the latest architeo-
oral design, at Mr. HiU'SSfbe, M.: *
Ie St., and combine economy with utility
md beauty. dw-sel3te
Jta^tourM^-pring
cods we have opened an invoice of
HagonaU, West ot England Broadcloths
nd French Oaaslmerea. Walsh the
Uodel. Tailor., Hwssai WAJ-SH, Man-
iger. ap21to
yet they see not—potatoes.*'
Bars yet lhey hear nol—com. -Mouths
ret they speak not—rivers. Hands
ret they feel not-.oldc.ks.' Brains yet
they think not—dudes.— JVeio Haven
N"":.^ MfiniiweA -riiJ  iioltai.b.
A eucalyptus tree fifty feet from a
well in Alameda county sent two roots
through' th»f;>-*Abk*all'bfJ tM»WU,<*
fifteen feet below the^rfaoe, aayi
completely covered the bottom with a
mat of fibres.
Samuel Boyd, editor of the Panama
Star and Herald, now in San Francisco, believes that the canal will be finished in  1892.   He dedans thst the
Tin Fato.—We understand the
passenger fare on tho railway betwoen
• fthisj oity and Port Moody is to be 86
otx: A" tioket oflico is being fitted up
temporarily at tho offloe on the 0, P.
N. Co.'s wharf.' '
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Commons Eiection.—We are authorized to state that Mr. Donald Cliiaholm
is in the field as a candidate for the
seat in the Houbo of Cominons rendered -vacant by the. death .of our
late lamented representative, Mr, Homer. . ...,.'«. . dwoc26tc
 :        * 	
•- si;tJM'0THI!It! tlttjiSISO.—i—t, yesterday
Jj; 'afternoon -So were quite surprised at
receiving notico from Mr. Bole tliat
ho had been instructed by stir. Trew
to enter an action 'to recover $10,000
damages from tho Columbian on account of having published two letters
written by Mr, \Vm. Reed respecting
the death of his wife. Wi think Dr.
Trew might1 have waited until-our
other libel case, in which Mayor Fell
t "Victoria is plaintiff, had been dis-
pbMdofl •' '   	
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Kippered Saimon.—Messrs. You-
dall A Mollis, who came to this province froin the eaat some months ago,
have been putting up a quantity of
salmon on the North Ann of tho
Fraser, both salted aiid kippered.
Mr. Mollis, who. is: in, the city to-day,
seems quite pleased with the prospects of a paying business, but complains that the railway rates aro so
high as to shut out Sainton from the
eastern markets/ ' We hope this obstacle will be removed.
ELECTORS
 OK—■
New Westminster District,
-Ab a successor to your
e In the Commons will
GENTLEMEN.
late representative	
soon have to be elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate for tbe position.
I purpose publishing an address ln
whioh I will give my views on the most
important questions affecting your Interests, and will visit the different settlements and address the electors before
election day.
In Politics,/am and will be thoroughly TNDKPKNDBNT.
Yours respectfully.
dwoo25to
"r. J. TRAPP.
" Wu she his wife!" uked
riod woman of an acquaintance.
Iri'1 "Rut
mar-
'Yes.
Why do you askf "Because they
ware so jolly tog«tMr,< <Y<ou -Mift
often sea married people so jolly to-
gethofin pnbUi, yeu k#ow."
Hundreds of letters from those using
Ayer's Hair Vigor attest Us value ri it.
restorer of gray hair to its natural color.
As a .HunUnl and tDttie, pr.VW.lug and
often caring baldness, anil cleansing and
soothing the scalp, ita. use' caaSfctt'b. toe'
strongly recommended.
Claievojialit-tjroo.'.will. marry a
noschman and get your name in all tho
ant—Weil, that's the best 1 ran do for
a Quarter. Make it 40 cents ami you
will be the hsppy wife of a rich congressman. I'm givinjr you the same
rates I give regular customers.—Tram
Mfltttgt,       ihtnkoX „ij nti.._
Yes," uid Mr. Hendricks to the
corner, then baok
waghj»M
this __„_„„
.thinks it • Bum
A
the Inlet oi
six o'clock.
»le a mistake
ig Bobby; "ht
y.'—flarpei-'i Auwnr.
wan observed octtt
^wrtff,,ji#»%jji
wu of large size,  The
spout travelled along the north shore
Et the rate of about four milos per
our and burst at a point almost op-
osito »li*'!*fdiim vilfi-j*. <THe dis'-'
chamot ,Wa»(ir,»*«**tt-«ir*nd|*Jls: snil
•traok the surface of the harbor with
prodigious force.—ramsmter.Ntm:""'
he will be a candidate for tht vacancy
in tht Domini iftrrltaiitent 'ttti-M by
tht death ot tht latt Mr. Homer.
Police Court.—Ih the police court
this morning Tong Sing came np,
charged with telling opium without a
license.'- - Mr. McColl sppoared for the
prosecution, and Mr. Cochrane for the
prisoner. Mr. Cochrane said he intended to plead guilty, but he hoped
the court would consent not to enter
judgment until Monday.en that an
opportunity might be afforded in the
meantime to inquire more tully. into
the circumstances of the can.' To
this Mr. McColl consented, tho prisoner's bail to be enlarged until Monday.   ' ,„..., . ,.,,,,  ....,   ,,,..; ..
CnsroMs EeceipI-i:—For the month
of October, ending to-day, the collections at thisfort havif beeq u follows:
.Customs duties, 18,141,88; other rov-
enues, $468.94; total, $8,000.82. This
is an increaso of $1,668.10 ovor the
corresponding nionth of last-year. We
have already drawn attention tothe
fact that every month in this year
shows a substantial increaso in customs receipts over the corresponding
poriod of hist year. This is undoubted evidence of increasing business,
and that our merchanta are to a larger
extent than ever becoming direct im-
.pqfle'rs,  ■    ''■■".,
The. Branch Railway.—Afier so
many delays slid -discouragements, we
art sure every citisen of New Westminster will read with muoh satisfsc-
tloh the, official, announcement iii another .column of the opening of the
branch railway to this city next Monday. Work on the temporary station
at Lytton fiquare was resumed yesterday, and1 -ther structure will be far
ugh completed to-day to admit of
ring used for the purpose intend-
Before another isatt of' tht Columbian maku Its appuranoe, therefore, we may expect tq hur the wel*'
come words: " All aboard for Port
!•-r.n-| t1«»eut!" j >; f   .,-,':'
A Question of Privilege.—In itt
polioe report of Wednttdiy the ■ 0uar-
dian had tht, followinf 'item: •*• Mr.
McColl to Capt. Pittendrigh-f-Thore is
a man in jail accused ot being .runk
oo the streets. Perhtpsyoor worship
would adjudicate on thtt caw in the
jail. His, #krship—I »U|." Upon
taking bis seat on the Bench thia
morning Capt..,Pittt»drigh referred to
this itemijUf*) Mid. It wu absolutely
(also, j'lkere wu a man in the jail so
drunk that ha was not lit' to appear before the.tofirt, and ha had authorized
the keeper ft'let him out when he got
sober if ht "Would depoait $2.60 at
bail for his ap'peartnce whtn -wanted,
so that he would not havt to remain
in jail owSundty.   Ont wolid re-* »¥>'» morning.
quire a clerk, Oapt Pittendrigh said,
to keep track of and correct til the
mistakes that appeared in tht Oiwr-
ifMn. Mr. Mc(5oU, who wtt ptwrat
►is court, uid ht had no inti
ever in the oue reftrred to.
Last Movints.— Tlit Viotoria
Timet gives tht following. particulars
of Sproule's last moments: Sproule,
with the noose around  his neck and
f,lSn**h,i Itl f^ **¥ *Hl ('a?i'|1»
MillaH,.'- VcM have not rea4 tlie death
warrant." Tbe sheriff replied, " It is
not necessary." Spmule then said,
V, Mr. Sheriff, ean I apeak a few
words." The aheriff audibly replied,
Br,.s,*«, n.n^J.^,) ln-,£ |j,,i.j
vtry -wileinn
Bproufe then said in a hesi
Ilie, " Ihis is. a vtry jsolenia
ocoatikn,-JMnd -»ere ihe fsuttd and
Yes.
tating foil
ithbse present expected some sort of
fession,; flecoverint;   hiniMlf, ht. i
immg1
id, "ahu'Mil-Alt'wrHttiVwkiihil _
to all who commit"— another pause,
and here he elided the setenee with
the word " tin." Continuing, he uid,
" Thereiaht witnutses vwho gave ori'
nusses -wlui gave evi-
minitttr, " I am proud otthat 4fi_ _-.»$:" i ihi Iniiboeht of the ihargei
Why, he knows the difftHM mStji'iir lilt have been preferred against me."
the week."   Just thtn tht dog began   Hera he paused again, and recovering,
to run to a gun ..whichri-tjlood  in tht       ** "     	
to his muter, and
said, i-'.im*-*. m i-m^M$tH,
uy, except good-bye to all." ,He further said  to. tlio:•h»»|Bi_,i"Don't
strangle me."
the hangman
_*••»  *
Twice he uid  this to
'The  white csp was
er his eyes, and, th.
"Rev. l*»immw»8ajr offered tip a for-
WJhl prayer, and at the words, "Lord
receive this soul  into heaven," the
tnd eight feot into eternity. '
Pmmons or NKiiEKTARr HiniTs, the
greateif'Su* of -whose titat fa passed at
tlie desk, crin ■eme way bent over ilaily
tasks, cramp the stomach, weaken IU
matcies, and in'cur djlspepaia early,
aaelrjwolt reliable tnd safest medicinal
resource |s Northrop tt Lyman'. Vegeta*
Ue Diuovery, the Great Blood Punfler,
and wi' ' '
dlgeff
^ItSll^lfe^c^lii
mstH vt nnv im-i -utl U.U--I-*. ui*j*atuuut   jjuiioii*iii**i*., vuu«ni|miii*-|
S Chadwick, of Arcadia, Wayne county, writes: " I have had severe attacks
of Asthma for several years I commenced taking Dr Thomas' Eclectrie Oil.
-The first dose relieved me in one hour;
I continued taking it in teaspoonful
doses for a few days, and have not had
an attack of it since, now nearly one
year" - ■'
Wedding Bells.—The marriagt of
Rev. W, J. Dowler, Methodist clergyman at Saanich, wu celebrated at the
home of the bride last Thursday
evening, the venerable Rev. W. Pollard officiating. The bride looked
charming in cream silk, trimmed with
orange blossoms. The bridesmaids
were Miss Kate Williams, in cream
silk trimmed with lace, Mies Flo Williams and Miu Graham in white.
Mr. T. A. Cairnes, of the postoffice,
officiated in the agreeable capacity of
groomsman. After Ihe ceremony a
pleasant evening wu passed, and thia
morning the happy couple loft on thai
Amelia for their future home in 8m-
nioh, Tne bride was the recipient of
numerous handsome and costly presents; but, better still, carries away
'the best wishes of every person in
Viotoria who had the pleasure of her
acquaintance,— Victoria Times. We
have muoh pleasure in adding our congratulations tn those of tht people of
Victoria.
Quite Right.—A writer in the
Times, commenting on an editorial
which appeared in the Colonist on the
Sproule cue, very properly remarks
that if Sproule was guilty the suggest-,
ion that the cue was one calling fora
commutation of the sentence is ex-
tremoly ridiculous. Either Sproule
was guilty or he waa not. If he was
guilty the sentenco of the court wu a
very proper one and ought to be carried out If he wu innocent (and that
is the only ground on which an arrest
of judgment could be uked), it is not
a commutation that ought to be uked,
but a pardon. But we have never had
reason, to doubt the justice of the finding of the jury or the sentence of the
court, and the attempts to unsettle the
public mind with the respect tothe administration of justice are much to be
regretted. Referring- to tlie jury's
recommendation to mercy the ume
writer Bays: -"It is well Known that
eleven of the jury were co-erced into
giving it, rather than there ahould be
a new trial, when they were so well
satisfied of the guilt of tht prisoner;
one of the jury only, who wu opposed
to capital punishment, insisting upon
this recommendation to mercy. As to
the evidence being purely circumstantial, all this after thirteen days of
anxious consideration by the jury,
wu doubtless well weighed, and it ill-
becomes the nine-tenths of the community referred to, many of whom, it
Is likely, are ill-informed upon the
whole cwoumstan.es of the cue to give
any opinion."
wm      — _-m	
. AM Hamilton, Warkworth, writes:
"For weeks I wu troubled with a
swelled ankle, whioh . cawed me much
Sin aud annoyance. Mr Maybee, ef
Is place; recommended Dr Thomu'
Electric Oil for it. I tried it, and before
one bottle wu used I wu cured." Beware of Electric or Electron Oils, u
they are imitations ef Dr Thomas Eclectrie Oil    ._i	
. ',,.■.,*'I.." ',,,**»-****-* •   '
Personal.
Mr. Hy. Dawson of Maple Ridge is
in the city to-day.
' Mr. James Mollis came up from tho
North Arm lut night.
Mr. J. B. Ferguson and Mr. H. Ai
Munn went to Victoria by the Rithet
Mr, Jno. Charlton, M. P., and Mrs.
Charlton, left for tho eut by the C. P.
R. this morning.
Mr. Oeo. A. Cox, of Peterboro, for
many years manager of the Midland
Railway, a man of large means, splendid busineu abilities, and high character, is reported on his Way to British
Columbia.
Mr. Balmain, with his father, wife
and two children, and Mr. Hancock,
with his wife and two children,arrived
to-day by C. P. R., and are staying at
tite emigrant shod. They come direct
Mm Liverpool, Eng.
Presentation at Elitin.
(Correspondence of tlie Columbinn.)
/ Eloui, jB**.C.,,Ogt, 2$.—Mrs. H, D.
Cliantrell, of this place, was presented
on the evening of the 27th inst. with
the following addreu, accompanied by
a china tea sot. Everything had been
arranged very quietly, aud Mrs. Chan-
troll wm no doubt surprised by. the
unexpected arrival of so many neigh-
..burs and friends. Whon all were seated Miss Stevenson 'stepped forward
and riod the following address:
Dear Madam-On behalf of the Presbyterians of Mud Bay, and tu consideration of tha valued services you have
rendered as organist, as Well u the
many other ways in whioh yon have assisted in the promotion of divine worship, often, we feel, at great personal
discomfort and luccnvenlebce to yourself, It is with the greatest pleasure we (resent to you, as a token of
esteeni ahd sincere friendship on their
.behalf, this china tea tet; and we trust
your acceptance of thi. may be to you a
source of ss much pleasure ss it is to us
to present, ou 1-lialf of this congregation this expression of kindest feeling
aid thanks lor your genenxtti and .con..
stent assistance at all times dating divine
worship. Trusting that Hi. pleasant relations of the put may be long continued,
wo wilt only add our earnest hopo that
Divine blessings may b. richly lies-owed
upon Veu and your, during tfilf life and
eternal salvation in the world to come.
Signed on behalf of the congregation.
-Mrs. .1.  Rtewart, Mrs. P, Johnston,
Mrs, S. Armstrong, Mrs. D. It, Brown,
Miss M. Kyle, Miss Eva Jennings, Miss
M. Stevenson,
Mrs. OhuHtroll, though taken completely by surprise, veiy feelingly
thanked her friends for tiie kind address nnd present she iind just recoived. Her efforts to assist as organist she considered a duty, and always
felt a real pleasure at being able to
render such assistance at any time:. Jn
conclusion Mrs.- Chantrell expressed
the earnest hope that tho kind and
pleasant relations of the past would
be always continued in tho time to
come.
After tlie presentation the visitors,
numbering upwards of twenty, spout
a most enjoyable evening, Mn. Clinii-
trell favoring the company with a number of her choice vocal and instrumental selections; and all expressed sur-
Iirise to find the hour suddenly grown
ate, indicating that the timo had arrived for visitors to take their departure, thus ending one of the most
pleasant evenings over spent in the
neighborhood.
Muoh distress and' sickness in children
is caused by worms. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief by removing the cause. Give it a trial and
be convinced.
Surface Indications
TVIiut a miner would veryproperly term
".surface indication." of what Is beneath,
aro tlio I'imples, Sties, Bore Byte,
, .lolls, and Cutaneous "eruptions wUh
; which people are tttmnycHl In spring and'
cjiriy summer. Tho efl'eto mjitter accumulated ilurlji* tho winter months, now
lushes Its presence felt, through nature's
oiiiloavprs lo expel it fromlho system.
While it rcimiliu, it Is nlioison that festers
in Ilie Wiiuil aiul limy develop Into Scrofula. Tills condition eiiuscs derangement
of tlio digestive uml asslnillatory organs,
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
woarluciw—often lightly spokenof as "only
Miring fcver." Theso aro evidences that
Mure in not able, unaided, to throw off
tlie corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital
torei'sr. To regain health, Nature must bo
iildeil by a thorough blood-purlfylngmedicine ; nud nothing else Is so effective u
Ayer 8 Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufficiently powerful to expel
from tho system even the taint of Hereditary Scrofula*
The medical profession Indorse Arra'i
Raiisapamlla, and many attestations of
Iho cures effected by lt come from all parts
of tho world. It Is, lu tho language of
tlio lion. Francis Jewett, ex-State Senator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "iho only preparation lhat docs
roul, lasting good."
rnrjiMKED by
Or. J. C.Aysr t, Co., Lowsll, Mstt.
Sold by all Druggists: Price )t;
Six bottles for $5.
D. Drysdale & Co.
ARE NOW  SHOWING  A
This Afternoon's Despatches.
HpmUI fo Ihe -ToUuiblnB.
Boston, pot. 30.—The disabled steamer l'avonia now Ites on tlie beach at
Kainsfonl Island, whither ahe was towed
last night from off Ronton light, where
ihe was' anchored. It wad BUcovered
that she was leaking badly, bo that her
fires were extinguished by water. The
-passengers were all transferred in safety
to this city by tugs and pilot boat*.. Her
mails and baggage are now be'
bronght to this oity by tugs.
London/ Got. 30.—The international
handicap double sculling sweepstakes
took place an the Thames to-day. The
race consisted of two trial heats and one
final, and was rowed over the course
from W*udiworth footbridge to a point
a tittle below Hammersmith bride, a distance of about 5J miles. The firat heat
was between G. Perkins & Dave Godwin
and Wallace Ross & G. "W. Lee. The
former had Surrey station and the latter
Middlesex station. Ross ft Lee '.started
from the scratch, while Perkins & Godwin had 12 seconds start, and Perkins ft
Godwin wod the heat. Perkins ft Godwin got a lead of nine lengths in the
time allowed them, Rosa ft Lee after
they started gained steaiHly, and at Putney bridge, a mile from the start, only
five lengths separated the boats. Ross
ft Lee continued to pull a stroke which
plaoed them bearer their opponents, and
when Walden's wharf was reached they
were scarcely two lengths behind. Good
■culling followed, but . the Americans did not head Perkins ft
Godwin, who won the heat by oflie
half length, Tlie second heat between
John Turner and Albert Hall, who had
the Surrey station, and Bnbear and East
had 12 seconds start of their opponents,
who started from scratch. The British
oarsmen were eight lengths in the lead
when Teemer and Hamm started. The
latter gained steadily and wore only one
length behind when Putney Bridge was
reached. After some splendid racing
the Americans steered out, and Buboar
and East soon after slowed down. Teem*
er and Hamm won the heat eaBily by
several lengths. The final heat &>>d race
wu won by Teemer and Hamm, who defeated Perkins and Godwin. At the
outset of the final heat Perkins and Godwin got. the advantage of seven lengths.
At Putney Bridge the Americans had
gained on tlieir opponents and reduced
their lead to 2_ lengths. Toemer and
Hamm. began L to draw closer up and a
quarter ota mite further in they went
well ahead, pulling steadily, and crossed
the line easy winners by several lengths.
The prize for crow of first boat was £90
and for that of second £40.
London, Oct. 30.—A dispatch from
Sofia to the Times says Gen. Kaulbars
attended a secret meeting at which resolutions wen adopted to overthrow the
ministry under Seankoff, with Gen. Kaulbars as head of the army,
t Cabul, Oot. 30.—Tho Ghilseai tribe
and portion of Hahar* have been joined
by the renowned robber Sadu, and under
command of the sons of tht notorious
Mushkio Alum .Mollaha have risen
against the Ameer near Ghazno.' They
attacked and dispersed an Afghan regiment which w%8 acting as escort to a
treasury train. The rifling is attributed
to popular discontent over the excessive
rate of taxation.
HollowajV Com Cure destroys all
kluds of corns and warts,' root and
branch. Who, then, would ondure them
with suoh a cheap and effectual remedy
within r-euofc?
Wholesale Wt) Market.
Meet,     per 1001 bs........... V> 00 & W 00
Pork "  7 60 a 0 00
Mutton       " „...„'.....- 8 80 i 9 00
Hltles{gr>H|" 8 m& 0 01
Potatoes     " .' 0 750) 0 00
Turnips      " - 0 75y 0 00
Carrots      "  0 7ft® 0 00
Piirmil]n     V  1 mm 1 26
BceU "  ..m ...lOOo* 125
CnbbaKO     "  1 00 Ql  I 25
Oh.oil*.      .-' .- I 25® _ 00
Appier       "  * 2 003880
Whoat " 1 50®  1 75
Oats "  112® 125
Pt'UR "   150®  175
Hay, .     per ton 10 00 300 00
Butter(pWIh) perth „...v.;.A « 26« 0 30
CHoette, '-.   ,» 0 12® 0 19
§gim-      portlos. 0 9M$ ftflo
eoso,        euch      150®  1 75
Ducks '" ■      - «.....;...» 2ft tf 080
Chickens, per pair. - 0 50 (a 0 75
Turkeys, per Hi.  0»| 0 25
Cordwood (retail) per nurd 8 00 0 8 60
WL'l-Lli—1—L. SS gtJgJ-J-BBB —I   ■■'
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
anon the Generative Organs in Females.
They \\te flint enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength (or yean in any
climate. Ask us for private circular,
A. M. Hkbkino ft D. S. Curtis ft Co.,
New Westminster j T. McNeeley, Ladner's Lauding; H. McDowell ft Co., Vancouver; Pimbury ft Co., Nanaimo;.T.
Pickard, D*nman Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co., Cheniabius; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. K. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; Tho Vancouvor
Driig Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. K. Megaw,' Priest Valley; H. Clark
A Co., Kamloops; Lanolkv ft Co,,
wholojije agents, Victoria.    dwsc28yl
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (foi- Presbvterian Churoh), at T.
R. Pearson ft Co.'s, New Westminster
and Granville. *
The Confederation Lire,
Tiie annual report of this solidly pros*
?>erous Canadian institution will be found
n another column. The foots revealed
in, the accounts and. the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the eeomiums whioh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
tlie management. Thanks to tlie resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the oompany bear to tha
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 13 per cant, A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims—which in-a company of the age of
the Conjfedferation Life fs something to be
proud of. The ass*, ts and liabilities are
set-forth in minute detail, and the tables:
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing, for
every debt, there is a surplus of $282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase In the assets in tho last year
was $260,300. So. much.for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true polioy of
tlie Company, viz:—-"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. 1. /R. Pearson ft Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columbia. rnlOtc
White Bronki'Monument*.—White
Bronze Is a comparatively new substance,
and has come into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes in this country. It has
been found to bo so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St, Thomas, Canada,
who arc making monuments of all kinds
aud styles, from experiments made by
these companies, it has bean found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive, and unchangeable, it is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronse,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined sine, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of steam,
Which cuts the surface, but does not adhere-to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on this bronze is indiatructible by
tne elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so thin as to be Immeasurable. No corrosion, it Ib affirmed,
can take place.—Boeton Journal of Con*
meree. Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, Is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British (Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
other.! fiftf '. :       Wflflfl      ftM-fc *-
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C_T, PA ITL'9 CHURCH. Services ev
O ery Sunday at li a, m. and 7 p. m. In
the Churoh, Ht. John street, biiow. Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially in-
Tltetl.   SundAVSohooUl2.aOp.N.
METHODIST   CHURCH,   Hary SU
Rev, C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
m, and 7 p. m.   Sunday School and
Bible Class 2:30 p. m.    Prayer Meet!ny on
£g-£g$gg9* wyt**;-^
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev, Robt, Lennie pastor; meets in the Court House.
Services at U'a.m. and 7p.m. Sabbath
School and Bible Class at 2.80 p.m . Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strangers cbrdtaUy invited. aplgtc
■ ; i union LODOB Ma. »', A* *•
m___f\__r * A. M.—The regular Com-
XJT munlcations of this TyKlge ate
/▼A held on the flrst Monday In each
month. Hojournlng brethren aro cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
fo-S-tc Secretary.
•MDTICgL
The Slmtwip n* •ku»*'M Kill.
,  .   war Co«p«nj. iy- .n,
TAKE NOTICE THAT' A QENERAt.
mcotln. of the subscribers to the
rnjilti.l stool- ol the Compnny will be liubl
nt the oflico of Messrs. DnTlo A Pooley-,
ijwiBley Street,...Viotorlii,. on .8»t)inli>y
tlio 27th day of wrVember nexl,'iit 12
o'clock noon.
By Order of the Provisional niiocton* of
t,,e0TMiIL.Mi_>_|iJd i
Acting Secretary.
Dated 17th day of October, 18*1. doc28m
Very Extensive Stock
 OF	
NEW DRESS GOODS
1 In all the I-eading Materials and most desirable Shades, with
NEW TRIMMINGS TO MATCH
INCLUDING
Plushes, Rosary Trimmings. Metal Buttons,
Chenille, Etc., Etc.
(ST Our Goods were all purchased before the recent advance,
consequently our prices have not advanced and will be found, as
usual, the very lowest.
New Goods now open in all Departments.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwocStc 73 Columbia Striper, N. W.
JUST ARRIVED
ESTABLISHED 1875.
The West Shore
*_f,:r_e_e
For tlii* balance or 1888, including the
mammoth holidny number, to all vtho
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With the January ismto THE WEST
SHORE will begin lis twelfth yoar. Every
number contains original illiiHtralloiiKof
Hwnery. towns and intli.ntricn in tho Paelllc North welit, equaling in excellence the
ht* ■■ productions of Eustorn niagitstlncs,
Tn«. contributed articles, genoral litem-
hue amtitorles nro entertAfnlngand carefully edited, making tho magailne a
chnjtto family visitor. Tho comments on
evontaof Interest to this region and the
large amount of Information concerning
 oapnrcesand thoprogrcBso.
iiTon In every numBor npn-
tloritoxtremeTyvRlnable. Nofairtlljcan
afford to do without it, and overy one fl-
iiniu-tiUly Interested in tho Pacifio North-
wesi or desirous of learning Its rosonrcei
will tlml it Invaluable.
If the HtibKoriptlon prlee (W per year) is
sent In now you will be entered for 1887,
and the rotnnlmlor of 1880 will bu Kent as
u premium*       •■ .
JA SAMUEL,
■ad lib)      122 Front Street, Portland Or.
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.'S
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Blaek and Colored
•    Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery $t Mantles.
LONDON HOUSE N0,1S5 md -^ -'' °^Ma a-,idMw
Streets, New Westminster.    dwoolS
BON   MARCHE
(LATE  G.  LEISEB)
Groat Clearance Sale!
Having purchased the Business of Mr. G. Leiser, we now offer, at
a considerable reduction, the entire stock, consisting of:
Dress Goods.
,    Saxony, Welsh & Grey Flannels.
Domettcs* Sheetings, Cottons.
Prints* Ginghams, Linens.
Quilts, Towels, etc.
Fancy   Wool   Goods.
Trimmed aim Un trimmed Hats.
, Feathers, Wings and Flowers.
8ENTS' CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR & HATS.
BOOTS and SHOES.
Dressmaking on the Premises.
H. SHADWELL & CO.,
New Westminster. B. C.
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BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
(|    !    •"      r, . '.."■'.    '
WHO HAVK FOR MANY YKAES .SUPPLIED THK WEST END} WITH
excellent Bread antl superior Groceries have just purchssed Mr. Willie's
lease of the Bakery, lately owned by F. Kimble, on Columbia Street, and will keep
the two housi* open for, the accommodation of the publio. They engage to supply
fiooda of the very best description aiul .it the loweat possible price.
r Goods delivered to all parts of the City frae of charge,
dssSBto
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
IMPORTER!* AND DEAliERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY COODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
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Sntnrday Bvcsinf, October, at. lHW.
Canadian Liberalism.
MR. CHARLTON EXPOUNDS ITS PRINCIPLES
A largo audience, in which were
several ladies, assembled in the Drill
Shed last evening to Hear an address
on tlie political issues of the day in tlie
Dominion by Mr. John Charlton, M.
P. for Nortii Norfolk, Ont. His Worship Mayor D|ckinsqn being appointed
to the cnpr introduced the speaker of
the ovenKiy,'yho fba coming forward
was hm&kf applauded. Mr. Charlton
said two or threo weeks ago ho had
little thought of addressing the peoplo
of British Columbia, but on visiting
Victoria he had beon requested to expound tho principles of J-fer Majesty's
loyal opposition, and thij, (toy following
Iub address thore he had received nn
invitation to come and speak in Now
Westminster, 'Hadhegaue eut-without coming -this Way ho'would have
gone away with a mistaken idea of this
beautiful and prosperous city, so ad-'
vantageously situated, with its thriving and intelligent population. He
had already beon informed that no
Liberal member had spoken here before, and, as the mayor had appropriately remarked, it was woll that wo
should hear tho two aides of -tlie story.
Sinco ho liad arrived jri the provinco
he found that thero was a very marked
disposition on the part of the people
to hear'botli sides.' Thoy wcrenot
divided into parties ns in the east, and
the aame prejudices did not exist here.
In the outset he would say thnt he was
very much       -^ ..
PLEASED WITH THE PROVINCE,
with its vast and varied resources,
which from its position waa destined
to become an important commercial
state, and that it should start right was
highly important. He proposed to tell
why lie was a Liberal, and he hoped
his reafbnai for being one might- have
somo weight with'those who heard
him, though it was bost, perhaps, that
tho proyhicu' sfcuuld-takc bn independent position, nntl indeed it would be
well if we had a larger number of
really independent publio.men ui.tho
Dominion. What he would say would
relate largely to local issues, for in
these his hearers wero identified and
were most iutdrerted. It had been
claimed that thfrprovinco was indebted
to the present government for tlt£railway and a lwgesharo of local 'improvements. This province owes no party
anything for the construction of the
C. P. Ijt-V -Longbeforti the province
entered confederation a transcontinental railway was advocated, and as was
well known, it was done by Reformers, most prominent among whom was
Geo. Brown, who pointed out tliat we
could never become a great nation till
the Atlantic and Pacific were connected by bands of iron, aud till Canada's
territory extended from ono ocean to
the other. Tho first honest effort towards carrying out this work was made
by Mr. Mackenzie when he came to
office in ,1873. An act was passed
which empowered him to contract for
the roajj^hv fixing a grant of land or
money forme purpose, and
UNDER HIS. ADMINISTRATION
work was commenced from Winnipeg
to Pembina and from' Winnipeg to
Lake Suptfffift. Mr. Mackenzie; however, wiib driven from power in 1878,
and in 1870 the agreement with -the
syndicate was ratified under Sir John.,
As to the improvements made, hu -did
not kapw that Sir John when he represented --Victoria did much for hit
ridiuu;! Victoria, tho fourth port in
the Dominion u to customs revenue,
Imd only gg-sOOfiet apart tw ^b harbor improvements, while St. John, N.
B., ranking next below it, received an
appropriation »f $tt5,Q00. For- these
numerous bays and inlets there was
only an appropriation uf $10,600, and
nothing adequate waB done by him for
that magnificent river which flows past
the doors of his hearers. Then there
waa ih*.i iadinft-1 apportionment of \
952,000, of which, strange tb say,
only *i?4,000 wentt-> the Indiana, the
balnnce of 820,000 .finding ita way
into the pneketa of officials. British
Oolumbia has nn all occasions sunt six
members loyal to Sir John, but he
c -uid not.s*y that they had much to
be grMferaTW ihia paternal government for. Even in connection with
tho railway he undentood the reserve
i|uoBtiujut were not settled to this day.
He lefts' not th* lender or the exponent
of the Liberal party, but he could say
tlie reform party were disposed to
gj r-lWAlJ* Lrem-Aiw
with this province and to assist new
sparsely populated districts in their
development. He had boen seemed
by one of the patVora' in Victoria, he
thought it vvpe the Colmist, of havintr
dodged UmJ' Kitl (jnwtiuu .in .his
speech there, The Kiel question
formed tig part oUht. Liberal -policy,
but he would not dodge it on thii occasion. In the house of commons Mr,
Landur. who on the Kiel-question and
on thai ul«ue voted against Ule gov-
iMiimln*, tutrodiM«l a notion io compel the Liberal party to array itself on
this question, It was found that thore
was a considerable divergence in the
opinions of the members of the Liberal
party respectinv it, Itfreformers from
Ontario voting with' tht goiarnmant
that Kiel vv»fy»tly hinged, *hiU 17
voted against the government and
that the government were deserving of
censilfoin this matter. Ofthe Reformers! from Quebec, 27 voted againBt
the government while S3 voted with
it. Those who voted,against. the government held that Kiel wm a crank,
aud therefore that his crime could not
be treated as a capital offense; those
who voWd with it holding that aa ho
had twice incited revolt lie should
hang. No action, however, was taken
aa a party, and in Haldimand,the only
election he$ii#_)rtti»io tin-* tliat iota
waa taken, it was fouiid' Impossible to
Introduce thia question or to influence
votes by it one way or the other. He
believM tgria^jM particular period in
Lrf'Mtf |oV f*J$$ indBpr?.
dance and respeot the laws upon whieh
our union is founded, when we must
aet our faeea against reckless
nnd^^^
nation on  those  who are trampling
upon the rights and liberties of the
which he hidpwMJ, he would bear
testimony to tho courteousness of its
officials, tho completeness of its equipment, and the character of Iho road in
general; but that it was built exclusively for the benefit of British Columbia he had to deny. The road
has been built, but at great cost to the
country. The company have actually
received a total of $08,000,000, and
they have built a road which has cost
them 910,000,000 less than tho amount
of subsidies they have received from
the government. He hoped, however, that the most extravagant expectations of the people of
British Columbia in respect to this
road would bo realized, and that it
would prove an unmixed benefit The
national debt of Canada lias increased
twice faster than' the population, and
its actual magnitude isabout §260,000,-
000. To be perfectly within the mark,
let it be called 9250,000,000. This
means a net debt of $55 per head for
every man, woman and child in tho
Dominion. It Weans 811.90 for every
improved aero of land in Canada; it
moans a debt ef moro than double that
of the United States, which is constantly reducing hers. Now, I liave I
always had,great faith in the usefulness of object lessons, and let us take
one to illustrate
D. S. CUTIS & CO.
AVholesalo and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
Xew Westminster, B.C.
mhlOto
Absolutely Pure.
TUU VAST DEBT.
If this dobt wna represented by dollar
bills, each 3 inches wide And 7 iuches
long, how much ground would it cover?
810 acres! Take it in silver, and how
much would it weight 8,344 tons!
Xroad it on wagons, a ton in a wagon,
each wagon 30 feet long, stretched
along the road, 170 to the mile, and
how long would' ihe procession bet
47^ miles long! Put it in whoat, say
$l"» bushel—we used to got that for it
before the Njitirmid Polioy,, but Dover
since (laughter)—40 bushel., to the
load, 170 loads for overy mile, and
how long would be the string of teams-
It would be 36,511 miles long. It
would reach from Port Moody to Halifax and back again 5 times over.
(Laughter.) Now that is the magnitude of our national debt, and in
placing before you to-night Oi« issues
of the day, and in explaining why I
am a Liberal, I say that first of all one
of tho reasons wo take issuo with the
government is the propriety of saddling the Dominion with such an enormous load of debt. (Anplause.) The
government was ulso taken to task for
increasing taxation 0 times faster than
the increase of population, and it was
held that -a policy ruinous , to individuals could not be pursued .with impunity by governments. He. uked wat
it wise for tho country to continue to
repose confidence m a government
whicli was pursuing such a policy of
recklessness, The Liberal, party, took
IssuO 'with-the government on the National Polioy and pointed to tho fact
that from! 1871 to 1878 manufactures
steadily increased under
A KBVENUH TAElKf.
Tlie improvement in business on tho
advent of Sir John's administration to
power in 1878 was due entirely to
causes they did not control. The farmer under the National Polioy was
like an ass undor two burdens. He
pays more for what he buys and gets
less for what he sells. As to the senate, it is appointed by the govornment
of the day.,, Whoever may be tho
premier tills any vacancy tliat may
occur in the sonate. At the present
moment out of 78 members 15 aro Reformers aud 03 are Conservative., and
as fast as a Reformer dies his place ia
filled by a Conservative. In about
5 years, more, if Sir John is returned
to power, ive shall probably have about
8 Reformers and 70 Conservatives; and
at the expiration of another 5 years
tho. senate will be unanimously Conservative.' (Laughter.) What kind nt
a representative body is that? Here is
a Dominion about equally divided, end
the upper house iB not reflecting public opinion, but ready to dofy the puo-
ple. The speaker showed how England had prospered by pursuing the
natural laws of trade. He then pointed out the various ihfringmente on
provincial rights; .tliat reciprocity .so.
desirable with tbe United States was
not acceptable to tho present government; that the immigrants which
would naturally oome iuto Canada
wore settling in Dakota and Minnesota because of its mote liberal
LAND rOHOV.
He referred io his visit to Iho Calgary
fair, saying he was perfectly astounded
at the evidences of a fruitful soil
which he had seen there, and yet set-
tiers who go then loolhn tot land
cannot get it, because it ie gobbled
up by speculators—2,600,000 acres in
the hands of 68 .fmoul Ho condemned the government', granting iit
timber limits, instancing the case of
Mr. Rykert, M. P., who obtainod .
limit without competition for |260
and sold it in 30 days for 9200,000,
Gloss violations of the -Mfc-iplm of Independence of parliament wero shown
to be sydumatically going on, and
offences as grave as those fur which
men had been committed to the tower
200 years .go in England
wore pracliccd with impunity today in Canada. Ths supplementing-
of tho salaries of offidals was discussed
to the amusement ot tlie audience; alio t
the Franchise Act and tho momnrabh
fight which took place over it in tlio
house of commons. The speakor concluded his masterly address, lasting
over two hours, with u grand eulogy
on Mr. Blake,
THK UHSHAI. I.BAUIB  ,._.   .
who he claimed had not an intellectual
superior in America, and whose character Was that of ah honorable Christ'
ian statesman. He advised the
people of British Coiumbin to send independent and clean representatives to
parliament, men with a will and ability
to think for themselves; and he pointed
out tho great responsibility whioh rested nn every voter to oioroiao hie
franchise with honesty and judgment.
On resuming his soat the speaker was
greeted with enthusiastic and prolonged cdause. ''Attorn lioartj* vtttrof
thanks to Mr. Charlton, proposed by
the Itov. Mr. Lennie, seconded 'by
Mr. W.,D. Fen-U, and a few word, by
Senator Molnnoe, the meetis*;. dispersed, r ;' f-
M.',  C.  fiiggltts, lleatnsvllle, writes;
"A customer who tried a bottle of Nor-
This powder never varies. A marvel ot
purlty.ntronttttiiindwliolcsomencsB. More
economical thnn tlio ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compel Mon with the
multitude ot low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders, gold only In cans.
Hovai. Making Powdhb Co., 106 Wall HI.,
Card of Thanks.
Agent Travellers
W. D. FMRMS, Esq.      	
 Insnrtiivse. Co.
Dbab Sib.-- have to thank joii for the
promptness with which your company
settled niy claim tor Indemnity In consequence ot an accident .sustained by me
while surveying ut English Boy.
duc2.5f1"°%X«tB8E. WOODS.
PUBLIC J-MGHVVAY.
New Westminster IlKtrlrl.
I. XTOTICK IS HEHEBY GIVEN t that a
L Xl public highway It. hereby established
[ iuong the Bontlicnt boundnry of Section
9, block 5 north, range 7 west,'ami having
a width oir 33 feet, measured tothe north
of mild Het'tlun line.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com mi ssid nor of Lands A Worku,
Lands A Worka Dopartmont,
Victoria, 11. C, Octobor 'Mh, 189&
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Ships in Port, Har&or or Dook, and thi
Cargoes bf such Vessels'; also, Shins build*'
Ids and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on lioard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland oud In Foreign,
CotmtrieB,
FROM LOBS OR DAMAGE BY FIRB.
Subscribed and Invented Capital, •
■61,600,000 STG.
• Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABM8TR0NB,
Agent for New Westminster;
USTGOOD AS ANY MADE.
SOLE AGENT FOR MAINLAND:    ;
C. J. ROBSON,
At. the   Now  Fruit.and Confectionery
I Worn,  Opposite Colonial   Hotel, New
Westminster, B. C..        ,,,       'lyjato
ALBION
HIARBLE WORKS
JAHSS FI8HKB, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAP STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS. AND CROSSES, FUR-
NITtmEMARiJLEi.&t..
Persons Jlvu
a description r
uur at a distance, ny senuius
. ...__ , .-.. ofwhnt they wli-h, can have
designs, prices, ete.y furnished on application., All *worfc -guaranteed equal to any
on the Pacific Coast, ana at reasonable
rates.  N,B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria,JJ. C.
Opp. St. Andrew's riesbyterlau Church
aot^is.o0xr
Importer and Dealer In
NOTICE
fS HEREBY .GIVEN that application
TS HEREU
I will be m
bly of the Pr
miule to the Legl-tlnt I've Assem-
Bril" "   " " 4
_ .__. I,-..	
Incorporate it company (or the purpose ot
„.j w. Tovlnce of Uritish Coiumbin,
at the next session thereof, for an Act to
conKtructtnx, manaRing and maintaining
Water Works at the tcrmlnni point ofthe
Canadian Pacific Railway on Conl Harbor
and Enffltsh Bay, and for the purposes
thereof grant liu.; to (he suld company the
Erlvliege of taking wuter from Cauilano
reck.B-irniiby Lake or othor suitable
points, with power to tho said company
to build flumes, aqiieductB, lay pipes, erect
dnms, ocipiire lmuls, and do ult other acts
and things neccssury for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBEBTg A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Appllcaut-s.
Dated September SOlh, 1885. dette
-PRACTICAL-
Fort Hammond Nursery I
VTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
Jjl yonr orders, If you want nome of
those nle<> fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, eto,, fiom Ontario. Ar I return
about the middle of Juno to nettle np my
affairs there nnd come out this fall with
the stock for tny nursery here, and will
select and bring your orders rl-iht along
with mc for this fall and next spring's
planting, I will sutl»fy all both ns to quality of trees und fruit, and I wlll.be settled
here ln the buxiuciui so you will know
where to And me, Alt oommonteutIons
after the middle of Jnnemiiy be addressed
to me at Bowmanville, ont.,or to Carleton
* Harris, Port Hammond. ,
G. W. HENRV,
. my-ttc Port Hammond P.O.
TiUMW-OM.LHe.
M.BM7I
WM
sttul hWist!
Di*y Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries A Provisions.
I.UMDBOM'H BLOCK, Oolumbia St.
: ,    .        dw-qiffic
Has just received for tbe Holidays a Une
assortment of Gold Mid Silver
JEWELRY
..GENTS'
BOLD 1 SILVER WATCHES
Ladles size Swiss Gold Watches
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Blue American Stem*
wlndtnB fluid Watches, »t
8M.50. ' ...      •
BHRIBCR-We iin not sell "fllled"
Wttehes and Jewelry as solid gold.
Our good, are gitaranteerl just as represented, and prlees lower'than any
other home in B. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
', ' .,'   di»|*t*        ■'''.' '.
TESTIMONIAL!
; Vancouver. SSrtl^une, 1S80,   p
m\ Q. UOBERTSON,
Vnncouver:
Representing Go!-lie A Mi'-Cutlocti»
GnltiOul.
&in.--TiVo the uit-Jersiencd having witnessed theterrlblo tire which wl(*d outal
existence t^e yoiing city of Vancouver.-
oh; the lSth inst., imve, after the flre-ox-
amlned the safes,aoid.hy you, Home.of
which were put to tlie most swereMst
havin-r been iturrouhfled by lai-rfe quarttl-
ties of lard nnd t-*ii..o*»,nii(l we i.ru pleam'd
to testify to tlie .reihiirknhlo manner in
which every'Hnfe' ttold hy Vou preservetl
its'-■ontfiits, not only books tuul pupers,
hut ulso thoiisiiiiUs of  dnjlurs In paper
money were taken out Ih perfect condition. We-can, therefore, with the great*
est'eonfldenee, recommend thom as thoroughly fire proof: -    I
Ii. A. Hamilton, for ttio Canadian Pacific
Railway Company;   M. A. M*noLean,
Mayor; John J. Bhtke, 8MpcndinryMa-
Klutratt.; Rlch'd. Ah'xaiuk'r, Justice of
the Peace; John Bouttboo. Pallet. Mngis-
tratc, Citv of Vancouver; Thomus Dunn,
Jutitteu of- Ihe Pence; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward 13. Rand, Retu' Kstate Broker;
B. Balfour, Aldermarv;  John Rankin,
Real Estate Brokar;   Pither A  Edson,.
Royal Hotel; ll. F. Keefer, Contractor,
O. P. R,; J. W, McFnrladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. C.
Innes A Co., Real Efdate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Heal Estate Broker;   Gravely A
Hpitikn, Roal Est tite Brokers; R, C. Ferguson, Slgr. R.C. V, Mills. Jt'SOto;
INOtUDING
■WHITE LBGHORNS,
BROWN LBOHOAHi.
PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
LANGBHAROS,
White Crested Black Poland;,
OwlDta Fowl*, RntuDioM,
White Pekin Ducks.
PH Games, H«sulua«.
WLBlrds and Eygs supplied at low rates,
andall stook juamnteed.
Boyil ATenue, Eo«t of UoogU*81.
mhato
COLUMfiJA STREET,
NewWestminster,
—mroRTiia 1MB DI.LIMIir-
New Westttuiister, Conl HaPbw
>       antl Seattle Boole.       ,
THE 8TEAMKB
(3. -Vf, TAETB, MMte».)r l
WILL LEAVJ) aBArttB BVEBY
Tlinr.ria.TMoralDgnllo'elMk. for
K«w WflBtriilnrlter anil' Coal Harbor, vl*
Port To*u_etid and tlie Inland.; arrive, at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor ubout. two hows
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOE tn
dnj MUM for Seattle. .
.. .' rati, lo BeaUle,.J...i....'....>....««.W  i u
Freight per ton, —... 4.M
Special rates to incrohiiuts.       aplOtc
Stationery,
ill . ■  r.'.r. ;,.,       ..   . :,.     ■
Fancy Goods*    1
luipurter and Dealer in
—vANPtT;
HACK FOR HIRE,
THE DNOERSISNEDha.HUbll.h-d
himself In the Gift of New WMtmln-
■tw will, a FIItST-CLASS
COVERED OARRIAGE,
Wkkk l» mmtm ter Vwt|tMenls al  j
Orders left at the Oolonlal Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
o day or nljilit. Htnble next H. Kllhttfa
JOB. CATK8.
Telephone No. ID. mylte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
JL.
FSraMiM all Kinds or Help
Free or Charge.
OUR
DO VOU WANT -+0 BUY OR 8KM. A
Business, take n partner, etc.
I    PICKERIKfi St, CO.
orm^Mr-}istT^am
nod  _
box im,
in lm
throp * Lyman'. Ve|etabla Dikaovery
as.,, It.U tlio, belt 'him In over omdl. to. I ",-
quote tit. own m-atf-l- |_)(0«nwtof:;•!
touch the .pot ifleoted.'   About a year
ago lie had an attack of  lilliou.  fever,
and was afraid ho was in for another.
wh* I raoaiineuded thi. valual-.MM'li-
cine with .uch happy remit..
Wood and Coal
THR &UB8CHim.Il HAH ON HAND A
lnrge quantity ot
BEST \VRLU\6T0\ LUMP €0AL
- And an assortment of
CORDWOOD.
Which ho will .ell at lowest rate..  II.
will a!*)promptly attend to all kind.of
The Colonial
BOiPSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER,
Ww/Ross
IMPURTKB AND IlKAI.KIt IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tk« ttsttts Leiiulr, Uoodyear, Fink-
iirlM, t'ockranc, ChiIIi * Ct.,
itmit Holdrn and Sitter
Boot, and Shoei.
r ADIKB At"> ORNTI.SMKN ARIt HE*
L .pmtfolly Invltirrl to .ell and «»am-
luetho.tork.    ■ . ,.,   i -
I havo also on linitil th. '      '	
HI <m>M AVIDI**! LBAIWIB W*T«_*
TIUIIT KMJK M*T.
Which now take, the plaw ot iiim boou.
iyaitc
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
.i'l!Ki-TI'!
First-Class in quality,
SOld at Bottom Prices
The'best Place in the
City to buy^your
■ 'Grpoeries,1;'.;*'';:!;
D. McPHADEN,
Doane'. Brick Blook,
NEW WE8TMINSTKB, B. (..
A Private College I
«H,L BE OPBNKD AT    ...j>
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. C.
MONDAY, - ADfiVST 16,1886.
The: building has is i_aro»
lloouia and  Is well (urnUhcd with
rtwUu-ir RrutOR, bath rooms, Ae,, Ac,
Excellent opportunltleH tor all kinds of
healthful exercises, Includingboatlni and
batblnK.
Pupils will bo made most comfortable
and tbelr general welfare carefully considered.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTMCT0R8
will bo maintained.
Excellent facilities will bo aflbrded for
...structlon ln KH-gliik. t'OMnndal,
VtMsleal and Madwii lAnmaie Bubjectn,
with In»tnpn»ui MmIo.     ,      ,.,,
Application Forma, References and full
Information furnished by
BET. C. J. BRENTON, M. A.,
NKW W-WTHINSTlE.
Junes, im. dwjlyaito
lilies^    ;;';
Toys;; etc^f
TrbeiWg-nttStf^****! rtie^n-.
land,   and  sccgnd   to  np
,.    H'c-tlse jrt; BtHikhCO- ,
''iv   lumbia.
 SOU. JUJ_NT8 : JOB—
Ol Ikatai..
KONUMESTM
Onlet* loft at Mr. MeColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Duuilos
street, will mwt with prompt attention.
HENRY Kf.MOTT.
JlylWfl
Nnw Westminster B.C.
'or some
" Men lo
meaaa
WHAT FHTIIOIANI Iay AlOBT IMI
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Trentment by Absorption has fo
time been rccognlned by Medical
be tho most- simple ami eflMtaol	
of convoying to Diseased Qigans,--Curatives." but In canes of Kidney Disease aad
Complaints attomlunt thereon, sucopssful
treatment wiih pracllciihlV Imnosstblc'nn-
ttl the-' IntrotluiBtliTn of (h-SHtitrrKtanay
Pad. It costs lew Minna«hi«l«prp»nrlp-
tion ntid Is .Immeasurably more decitlv*
and effective thon any tjwintitjt of internal
Mixtietnnidaitnft. Worn lmnwdlaWy ovdr
tho seat of Disease; IU curottvo protpertlci
become absorb^ by thedlifSHcdanden-
fe-l>lodOKans,c*ii»tlnnouNlyanddlrMtlr,
equlrea ftl IhHuW) In mum lUflr Meal-
nfitlon -iitttl'orhttnnl vigour.   It Is own-
  «----■ till ItH
PlONEKtt
Fish s Game Store!
WM. H. VIA1TBN
HA*1 At.WAYW ON HAND. A OOOD
supply of
rresh and Salt Water Fisk.
BAM IN BB1AJIO-W.
i-KAMeii in tt^tMlisl/o Ptlliritllts..
PnrohaKOh will he dollvereil iotinyvMI
ot th. Ollr free nf elianrer        J-J'T*"/'
dl.ooTOi*ji''aava'.'trno'wm*^y'for':Kloiw:
DheilM. waanovcMnirdc- Meiltcol tltatu.
in^-oWW-Tf/Ate^M
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kldneyst Bladder and urinary i^ereUvo
sy«t«m, or atlomlant comnlalnw. crtustng
pain In the small of tho frnck, Wiles;etfl!,
psodneltti wrlnary disorders, «Mh as too
frecpisntf eraxtti, dlffionlti painful or oapl-
oum micturition. Inability of rotentlon und
sedimentary urine, tlropslenl symptoms,
etc.deonllngThe presence In the system
of diseases nommon to tho urinary stare*
tive organs-known as gravel, catarrh of
thebl
■!*«—
0O., Wholl
ed liy, A. M.
rpHE UNDEIWiaNRBHAB BEBN AP-
JL, pointed aaentln Brltlab Cclumblafor
these beautiful monument.. Full particular, a. to price, and. deelgtu -on applloa-
WISX _i  ..      CHAS. J,,BOBSOS,
At Iho- Fruit ond Confeotlonery Store, op-
1-o.lto Colonial Hotel, New We.tmln.ter,
fee. gang'
(llllllil! Clothing!
WHITE
THE OLOTHIEB,
Hu JutSmlnA   mi
l      Of i-ownanvi-U, Oat.,
And agent, for all the leading Anwtew .
srac»M foiiiii^"     ■
RW.EI & PflHffED
Os,- ttt, pwmtow, u Matljmi o^M**Vl
M at t-i tKsm MtaUUmlent to the
VHttlsm
■ —AOENTS i BOK |o r    .
Canadirttlpn Life Anunwce Cc.
S«rih lriti-h and NmMtilt Flr*
Irrmrtnc* Co.
.   -^--Ag-ata ft* WiWJJWtei-V
1'    Biltutii    ii    a,H    '. ■ '■
Mlli JUJffilftJMflP' l_&__
mats   ■l^^^^^w^^V ),i ^■^» i
:   ;.*■    H    '■■:, .:   I  -7 v ■    I W
iHirmti Eicjirw.   ^ ', \
SUM,'Moatwcui,
lILUiirSllt,     I       r    '   .      r.rr     :
CII&MH HltVBI (UXIti,
L1UH, rUH. XMU,
.   < r.i.   UMIM, BUiimi,
And-.1 kind.of BtnABbbk. and Blank '
:ApH^m|iM_L.'llv.<<' i, ,.j,i','.   '.-,n..
—AU thi I_Mdta|—
jd for pamplll.t to I.ANQI.KY A
>nln*leAj.i,M. Vl.li,rl..   ,__)■
Now
tS,,YI"li|rt»..
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COi, Kamlonnr, dwieStyl
A Urg. QnahUty «l
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7 C-uu ot Anurican .
P$pF   HATS
■' Abo, a lull line ol    .' „|r'  .,
BENTS'FUBNISWINQ flOWS
—HBMNJ0W HAS—
Ika Imt liMMaent li tke ikt-4
Due tm txililtti li Hew
"■;  '" "; WMtBtailer.    :."'■ '
latbbv •*r**rxj_BOr
'',' At LoweWPiwIble Price, for Cert.
Call Utlr ,U *»*«! fnr WmM,
CoiimiiA Imn Of*. Km H I. 0.
NEWSPAPERS
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