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Array Govornmont Gazottr
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 18   ITIU.1HHTD-—
Kvery Wednesday & Saturday,
— BI —
0. ROBSON  & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. EaTRAHOE TO EOI-
roniALAND BUSINESS DEPARTMENT THROUGH T. R.
Pearroh 4 Co's. Book & Statiohert Store.
TEIWS-Ily Mail, $3nyuriri $150 for 6 Bros, t
11 lirr'it nro..I rmjalile In Arlrance. DellveroU
by Ormlrrror Agent, .11 por quarter, payable
ilirnrterly to Carrier or Agont.
AOENTS
T. N. Hiubek & Co. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearsoh & Go Yah
TtllC DADril rnrty b.foand on file at
(HIO rArtn Ooo. P. Iow.IISCn.-l
Newrrpalrer Ailvortlslrrg IlirroaflflO Spruce tt.),
wluire a.lv.n ll.lrrg contract* limy be OM, for It la
mw YORK.
-ht fritish dfotembian,
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 28
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1885.
NUMBER 39
Wnlm-sdny Morning. Kov. II. ltMff.
current Events and Opinions.
Wonderful developments are reported . in the Granite Mountain
Mine at Fhillipsburg, Montana, A
tunnel which was started last
spring 500 feet below the summit
hus encountered and penetrated an
extraordinary argentiferous vein a
distance of 500 feet. This vein is six
feet wide and assays from 125 to
2,000 ounces of silver. This is a
widening of the same body of ore
encountered by tunnels higher up.
and as the latter penetrated a second and richer body, the lower tunnel is expected to soon pierce a still
richer and more extensive mass of
ore. The twenty stamp mill has
been working on this rich ore, and
in July turned out $70,000, in August $90,000, and in September
about §120,000. Ten stamps aro
being added, and it is expected that
the monthly output will soon reach
8200,000. The mine is owned by
St. Louis parties, who pocket all
but about 820,000 of the monthly
product.—West Shore.
Though we did not presume to give
an opinion upon the law points raised
on behalf of Riel, our private conviction wus that they were littlo
better than quibbles, Little better
than quibbles they prove to have
been; for the privy council has dismissed the appeal without thinking
it necessary even to hoar tho other
side. Tho sentence of the law
therefore stands, and tho executive
has no right to interfere with it except for good reason shown. Is the
judgo who tried the cuse dissatisfied with the verdict? Has any
new evidence or any extenuating
circumstance come to light! Wo
can conceive no other reason for
interference with tho execution of
a legnl sentence. But if the French
have a practical veto nnd think fit
to use it, let the government yield,,
as alt governments must yield, to
political necessity. Only let this
be frankly avowed. Let us have
no subterfuges and uo tampering
with the generul rights of society
aud the principles of common law.
That the organizer and leader of the
rebellion was insane in such a sense
as to be irresponsible for his uctions
is behoved by no human being, least
of all by the French, whose reason
for taking so much interest in his
fato manifestly is that they regard
hiin as tho sane aud able champion
of their national cause. That the
offence was political is a plea totally
inconsistent with the plea of insanity, and which, if admitted, would
place society and civilization at the
mercy of any brigand who might
choose to say that his object in
filling the community with slaughter and havoc was not plunder but
anarchy or usurpation. Ib would
make the world a Mexico.—The
Week.
The public, regardless of politics,
will learn with profound regret that,
in obedience to the orders of his
physicians, Sir Leonard Tilley has
been compelled to resign his portfolio as Minister of Finance. It
will be remembered that Sir Leonard was taken with a serious illness last session, and went to Kngland to consult Sir Henry Thompson
nnd othor experts in tho treatment
of diseases of the bladder. Ho returned to Canada three months ago
somewhat, improved iu health, and
it was believed thut a period of
rest would once moro restore liim.
But it is announced iu a special despatch from St. John this morning
that unfavorable symptoms have sot
in, und that the sufferer 1ms been
forced to relinquish his old post,
though ho may still remain in tho
cabinet. Sir Leonard is well known
throughout Canada. His career for
over thirty years has been the history of his native province, and
since confederation ho has been oue
of the principal figures in the Dominion, No man stands higher in
the estimation of tho people, and
we are sure the hope that he may
be spared to the councils of the
country will be echoed in every
Canadian breast to-day, ■— Mail
Following quickly the St. John election comes the announcement that
Sir L, Tilley has resigned Ihe office
of finance minister, and that ho
probably will be appointed licut.-
govornor of New Brunswick. We
nre sorry to learn that his resignation has beeu caused by ill health,
nud that although he is said to bo
much botter than he wus, he does
not feel strong enough to undergo
the labors and fatigue of another
session, Although we have seldom
been able to approve of Sir L, Til-
ley's political conduct, we are sincerely sorry that ho has been unable
wholly to get rid of the malady
from which ho has Buffered for somo
time, and that ho finds himself compelled to retire from the turmoil
snd labor of public life.   His career
since confederation has not been
brilliant, He allowed it to become
absorbed in that of Sir John Macdonald and himself to become the
mere tool of that astute and unscrupulous politician, thus becoming largely responsible for the mis-
government and corruption which,
it -was one time supposed, he would
do so much to hold in check. His
is but another political reputation
wrecked in the service of a man of
whom it has been said that his
whole course is marked by tho tombstones of his colleagues and associates. For his sake, and yet more
for the country's, we sincerely regret that his career as finance minister ends with a large deficit that
seems to be but the beginning of
financial and business difficulties for
Canada, Ho haB held office, for
many years, and he had many'op-
portunities of rendering service to
his country. In becoming Sir John
Macdonald's tool he threw all these
opportunities away. Under Sir
John Macdonald's orders he assisted
in framing a fiscal policy which has
added fifty per cent, to the taxation
of the country and yet led to a deficit. In the quiet and calm of the
life to which he retires, his health
will, we hope, be restored, and ho
will enjoy as much peace of mind
us can be possessed by one who has
helped to bring the country to its
present condition.—Globe.
JOHN GARROW, M. O.
PHYSICIAN AND SUIIGEON.
Office—Next Elson's Tailor Shop, Cor.
Clmrch and Columbia Six. r*o22Ic
T OPTVB R. McINNKH, M.D.
Opposite City Hotel, Columbia Kt.
-From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
sol7tc
DR. B. CLARKE,
Member Collegi Physicians
Offlco In 0. S. Curtis * Co.'k Drug Store,
Now Westminster, 11, C, nu-'Ole
H.
BI- COOPER, B. A.,M. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFIOE unit RESlDENCE-Chui-eh St.
(next door to Farmer*' Home], near
Columbia St., New Westmlnsler, H.O.
OFFICE HOUHS-SlolOa. in.; Ito Sand
H.-W to S p. in. Calls In town and country promptly attended to, twite
c:
, 0. BROWN,
DENTIST.
Office—Over IX S. Curtis A Co,*k Drug
Storo, Colnmbia St., Now Westminster.
Hours-Dtol2; l:!S0tn7.
Will visit ChllllwlmeU the lirst Monday
und two following days in euch montli.
auKta
T.
C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER-AT-I-AW,
NOTARY PUIHJC,   SOLICITOR, Etc.
Oflico-—Opposite Pout Office, Columblu
Btreet, New Westminster, H.C.       se30to
The High Sierra Glaciers.
Now, during this glacial epoch, tho
wholo of the high Sierra region was
covered with an ice-mantle, from which
run groat glacial streams far duwn the
slopes on cither side. We have already
seen evidences of some of these ancient
glaciers on this, tho western slope,
After crowing Mona Pass, we ahall
doubtless see evidences of those which
occupied the eastern slope. In our
ride, yeaterday and to-day, we crowed
the traok of some of these ancient
ghciera. From where we now ait, we
can follow with the eye their pathways.
A great glncier (the Tuolumne Glacier,
once tilled thia beautiful meadow, and
its icy Hood covered the spot whero we
now Bit, It was fed by several tributaries. One from Mount Lyell, another from Mono Pass, and still another from Mount Dana, which uniting
just above Soda Springs, the swollen
stream enveloped yonder granite
knobs, five hundred feet high, stand-
in;,' directly in its path, smoothing and
rounding them on every side, and leaving them in form like a turtle's back;
then coming further down overflowed
ite banks at tlio lowest point of yonder
ridge—ono thousand feet high—which
we crossed this morning; and after
sending an overflow stream down
Tonaya Canon, the main stream passed
on down thu Tuolumne Canon, into
aud beyond Hetch-Hetchy Valley.
From its head fountain, in Mount
Lyell, this glacier may be traced forty
milea.
Tho overflow branch which passed
down thu Tonaya Canon, after gathering tributaries from tho region of
Cathedral Peaks, tho enveloping,
BtnoQthmg, and rounding tho grand
granite knobs which we snw this morning just nbuve Lako Tenayu, Bcoped
out that lake basin, and. swept un its
way to the Yosemite. Thore it united
with othor streams from Little Yo*
somite and Nevada Canons, and frum
lllilouutte, to form the Great Yosemito
Glacier, whioh probably tilled that valley to the brim, and passed on down
the canon of the Merced. Thia glacier,
iu its subsequent retreat, left numy
imperfect terminal moraines, which
are atill detectible as rough debria piles
juat bolow the meadowa. Behind theae
moraines accumulated water, forming
lakes, which havo gradually filled up
and formed meadowa. Borne, ai Mirror Lake, havo uot yot tilled up. The
meadows of Yosemite, and the lakes
and meadows of Tonaya Fork, upon
which our hones grazed while we wero
at "University Gamp," woru formed in
this way. You muat have observed
that theae lakes and meadowa are separated by higher ground, composed uf
coarse debria. All tho lakes ami
meadows of thia high Sierra region
were formed in this way. The region
of good grazing ia also the region of
former glaciers.—Prof, Joseph I-yConte,
in Qtertaml,
A Murderous Elephant.,
The big African elephant,. Empress,
owned by John O'Brien, the- oireua
man, waa taken late on Satnrday night
to Forepaugh'a winter ijimrtors* in
Philadelphia. On Hunday, Robert M.
White, who had charge of the winter
(|Uartera, and who was proud' of his
ability to manage elephants, was left
in charge uf Empress while her keeper
went to dinner. Beforo going, the
latter said, "Hob, don't yon go near
Empress, for just as suro as you do
she'll kill you." "Oh! that's all
right," returned White. This wu the
second warning on thu same subject
that had boon given him. About a
quarter of an hour later White volunteered to show two companion! how
he could manage the elephant, and
proposed to bring it out and water it.
They advised him not-to make the attempt, but he persisted. Going into
the stall, ho unlinked the shackles on
Empress, who followed him to the
water-trough and took a drink. Empress had no sooner finished than sho
wheeled suddonly about without making a sound, and struck Whito a terrible blow with her trunk, knocking him
twonty foot away against a briok wall.
Sho followed up this work quickly by
disemboweling the helpless man with
hor tusks, and thon raising one ponderous foi-u*foot set it down upon him,
crushing his breast bone and shoulder-
blidu. White's companions fled at tho
firat blow end gave tho alarm. In a
fow momenta Dan Taylor, the elephant's keeper, appeared, and seizing
tho elephant spear advanced spear in
hand, and in a low, cool tone com-
manded Empress to go baok, Slowly
and sullenly slio backed away, and iu
sho retired Taylor advanced until tm
had reached White's body. He waa
atill alive, hut died whilo boing taken,
to thu hospital. White is the third
person killed hy lhlaela|ihant.—Auto'it
Journal,
pORBOVLD St, McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office— McKenzie street, Now Weatminator, B. C.
W.
NORMAN BOLE,
BARRISTEH-AT-LAW.
Land Ageut Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
ho2Ui Mew Westminster, B.C.
JOHN PB N BERTH Y,
MINING ENGINEER, SURVEYOR,
and ACCOUNTANT.
Address:—Fort Hammond, 11.C.     17oclm
AR. HOWSE,
,    Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
Surveyor, Krai Estate Broker and
Conveyancer
On and after the 21st Instant.   Ofllce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
selOto
TJVGHES A, ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Accounts collected
and Loans Negottatml, Ollice, Colnmbia
street, opposite tho Post Ofllce, New Westminster, B.C.
J. O. Hughes, T, C, Atkinson.
Notary Public.
JeH-tc	
C. D. RAND,
Notary Public.
E. E. RAND.
Keal KMate Brokers, Conveyancers and
Insnrnnre Agents-
Port Moody and New Wesl in luster Property a specialty.
OFFICE-Coinmbliv Street, opposite Post
Offlco, New Westminster, II, 0.     " "
Jlydtc
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street New Westminster
Parties desirous of disposing of their
farms, etc., will do well lo plnce the same
In the hunds of the nbove.
All commissions will recelvo prompt
and careful attention, Bost references
given wheu required. mhl2-tc
J.C. HUGHES,
AUCTIONEER
•■ee al Hughes -ft Atkinson's-.
Opposite Post Offico, New Westminster,
British Columbia.
mhTte
W. D. FERRIS,
LUIS, BOUSE ud HL AGENT
Rent and Debt collector.
8EYKRAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE.
-Aural *or Ik.   TKHKLKB'H IIFE anil
A(< lllfJM  IJVSI It AMU COMPANY,
llnrlforil.  Culm.
P. S. HAMILTON,
Barrlster*ftt-Uw,   Notary Mile,
Solicitor ami Attorney, Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE IN EV
ery section nt Port Moody. Also. Suburban l,ots by ttie ucre, Immediately ad
jacent to the 1-or*, Moody surveyed Townsito.
Lnnds for sale on tbe norlli side of, ami
having wnter frontage on Port Moody
Hnrbor, finely situated nnd cM-et'dlngly
valuable.
Alsn, Fnrm Lunds of superior quality
mid on fHVomblo terms, lu New "Westminster District.
Carofntlv prepared MllpH nnd Plans ox-
hi tilled, nntl the fullest information furnished, at Mr. Hamilton's offlce,    inhi&ilc
Every Han lo Uls Own Business
PHACTICAL
CHF1MIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL IIOTBI.I,
NEW  WKSTMINUTEIt,   B. 0.
Pliyilclana' Preicrlptlonii and Family Korlpps a Specialty.
K.  II. — Only (Iciniiiio Drugs used.
Ovor twenty veftri' oxivbi'Ioiico,    mr£l
Ladies-* Nurse.
WANTED, BY AX   EXPItlUENORD
IVmaii two or iliri-ir oiiBAKeinentft.
(l.rrHl ro*t>rt>m*l!N.   Ailrlioflh,
mm       on.uMBt.vx orricR
WALSH'S
Tailorm
Emporium
HOST FASHIONABLE IX THK CITY.
Opposite the  Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C,       [my2li*tc.
4
GO TO THE SAN FRANCISCO
m  '
Hte    STOKE
WHEN YOU WANT TO CET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
Boots nnd Shoes of overy description
made to order nnd repaired, from an Infant's s!ii«' to a man's boot,
itsrTlie highest cash price paid for HldOB,
I am Importing 40 tons of Onk Bark for,
use at my tannery, ho tlmt people need no''
longer send nwny for oak-tnnned leather.
JAS. KillIMBAD.
mh-ito     Columbia St,, Now Westminster
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS a*-d
SHOES
Ladle**, VciiIh'.   Misses' unil Children's
Hauls. Shoes anil (Jailers
Mnde to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA STREET, ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mbliu
L. WILLIE
Front SI., New Westminster,
MANUFACTURER OP
BISCUITS
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
WESJhEND
Plain and Fancy
And Confectionery always on linnd.
Delivered ouny part of tne City.
3SXLLT S£OS.,    Columbia Street.
JeSl-lc
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OP
tlie "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columblnand Church Streets,opposite
the Episcopal Church, aud uow known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate tlio traveling publio
at tbo following rates:
Board per dny SI 00
11     " week  is Oft
Single Ments     US
Beds     25
itt-flood accommodation for utiles nnd
families. uiyOtc
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinils of Furiu-
tme, fco., at the lowest possiblo prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly aud In first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has tlie only HEARSE in tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, noxt Occident Hotel.
J. O. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Schl's llrauch Furniture
Store. auSto
BUY YOUR
BLANK BOOKS
T. R. Pearson & Co's
COLOMBIA STRKKT.
Largest Stock on the
Mainland.
Jy!»lc
Important Public Notice,
Dominion liquor License Aet* IHH.1-.nnit
amending Art.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVKN THAT
all porsons st'lllnir iiitn-cli'iillng II-
(liiiirs on board vessels or by WllOlQItllO-fira
rei'Ulred forthwith to take out a Uri'iisc
F. EICKHOFF,
-DEALER   1N-
General   Merchandise!
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Inrire slock always on band, and
prices to suit tbe times.
Dry Goods & Groceries I
Estate of Trapp Bros:
mHK BUSINESS OF
TRAPP BROTHERS
Will in tlio future be carried on under
tiie above style and under thc manage*
ment of
THOS. J. TRAPP.
jylOtd (By order),
the ActnboviMiieiitliuir
Hyimleruf llii'llonnl.
Vf, 0. KKRUIS,
(*hli-Mnsi-ei!loi*.
Now Weslmlnsli'r.'.Mi-d Henl., lm
settle
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STRKET ■ YKITORU.
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North British and Mercantile
Insurance Vo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finalmry Circus,
London, E. C.
IMPERIAL
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1 Old Broad Bt. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
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Ships in Port, Hnrbor or Dock, and tho
Cm-goes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain aud Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIKK.
Suhscribcd and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000' STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agont for New Westminster.
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Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
Thii. Association merits the
confidence thc Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-*
Tin- flratrli v offered to policy holders Is
nn.MurpasHed hy any Com jinny doing bnsl-
ni-s-i in i•■Hindu,
It hnsnoHchcmosof Insurance, but the
wcll-culiibllslied tinea, henro the policy
hotdors cannot be misled as to their contracts.
lis statements to tho public can be rend-
liv iindei-slood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expended.
lis portion Itiuiiecrtnlnod annually from
uiliiiullod valuation lu which every Item
of Unbillty is Included.
Its progress hns* been unexampled In
the history of insurance In Canada.
lis policies are Indisputable- afli-r three
years, and non-forfeltalile after two years'
existence.
Ita profits nre distributed upon nn cipilt-
ubln busts. The profits to one class of
pulley holders nm not lessened to give
linger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages ovor
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Ceadlll-n* as lo Reside are anil
Travel.
3. K. MnoDONAI.D,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westminster
Je7*fimo-n1tcrnale.
I have found out
fflO IBB IS!
H
E CHARGES MORE for bis Goods
thnn nny body else in tlie Province,
SO PEOPLE SAY!
Rut what bents me is, how lie does the
LARGEST BUSINESS In
AMMUNITION, SHOT,
Pocket Knives, Spectacles, Cutler;
of all kinds, Fancy Articles, Flaking Tackle, Sporting Goods, Pipes,
Cigars, Tobacco, and Sundries.
A CAM. WILL CONVINCE YOU OF
THE HAME.
Everybody sells cliciiper Hum his neighbor exeept
POOR WEBB.
Come nnd be convinced at
i 1 Welb's
Mainland Gun Store,
Orris 11 is miller! Tbe British (Jolumblnu
"OLD CURIOSITY SHOP."
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
-ROYAL CITY-
Ig II
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
w win, s, c„
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OP
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LOWER
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
mm boxes,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors,
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Bailings.
Balusters,
Newels,
Hiin ts Fancy ts nil Kinds or
TURNED    WORK.
NOTICE
S3 HKRE11Y GIVEN that -Application
Trill lie modetollic I-r-rlslnlivc A-win-
y of the Province of British Cninmbin,
ftt'lhi'iicxt wi'SKiim llicrcof, for nn Act to
Incorporate n compnny for tlio purpose Of
t-oufttructliiK, miinmiliiK nnd ninlntnlnlng
Waterworks nl tho terminal point of tho
and English liny, and for lhe purposes
thereof crantins in the until company the
v, ami
.,.,,,,.., -tothe  , ,	
privilege of tul-lm- wuter from ('npltemn
Oreek, lliminhy I-uke or other .suitable
points, with power to tho said compnny
to buntl Humes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, utupilre lnnd*, and do all otlicr acts
nml ihlinr** necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
KBKRTS -fe TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Hut ed Heptt'inbcr 30th, 1SS5, lincllw
THE
L
HASTINGS, B. I.
rpHIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
J_ new Hotel has boen recently completed antl is funiisheil with every convenience for tho comfort of guests, The
situation ami accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has be-
come thc most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia Thc prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and tlio facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bur
is entirely detatched * from the main
building,
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor,
COLLIE (Shepherd) DOGS,
—AND—
FANCY POULTRY
Imported. Bred, and Por Sale, by
C. P. STONE,
Jj-2210 Seattle, Wanli. Ter.
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
mnny varieties of Block Indirectly
connected with the above.
Having studied thc best markets for the
past quarter of a century, economy in
purchasing has been attained liy importing in quantities direct from thc publishers and manufacturer---, und no pnlns Is
spared to keep a full und well-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
AS* The following New Books just received: Canadian Pictures, by Mnrqnls
sr Lorne, Treasury or Soiib; Craw's 111-
rlrollnl Family Alias. ncffllc
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
EOBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Henri}' Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTEE.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam*
ilit's, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tlie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PEICES.
Cor. Coiumbin is Hfgblc Bis.,
New Westminster, B. C
THE UU-CUT STOCK ON THE MAINLAND OF
IRON, STEEL,
CH^iasr,
HORSE AND  OX-SHOES,
Axles.   Springs   nnd Carriage
Hardware,
CUMBERLAND COAL, ETC.
ALL OF TIIE ABOVE 1 OFFER AT
lowest cash prlees. Having enliuKod
tin* business aiidpnicured ttio latest Improved tools In uso, 1 am now prepared to
do all lUmis ot liliK-lcsmltlilng on sliort
notice, I also keep tn stock tho following
art tries: imrrows, Iron and Steel llnrrow
Teelli, Harrow IIIiik<-h, Double aud Htn*
rein Tire Irons. I'lrrlci-H and Mhnrklr*.
0\-*>«kr ttlnplfft and KIiibn, Hnll Hhi|[»
and We-lffeh, Fmmh, fan! Honk*, Dug
and 4'bAln Hooks, Hny Hooks, dr.
irnffon. carriage and Bony Making n
specialty.
Purlieu desiring to nuivlnise will do well
to give me a call before going elsewhere
JOHN HEID* Foreman
■imhtc Vf. lt. I.KWIH, Proprietor.
CAMPBELL & LEMON.
EAGLE PASS.
NOTICE IS 1IEUE11Y GIVEN THAT
proceedings arc now pending In the
Supremo Court/or lhe dissolution of the
nbovo llrm and that neither pnrlner Is
now Authorised to pledge ttie credit of or
pureliiiso goods In the namo of the firm.
By ordor, n. R LEMON.
Rtotttt.
got §itlc or lo fUnt.
FOR^SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
leyKaw and I'laniug Mill; mill in
good order. For part leu I iur apply on the
promises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
uplMc -tHELMCKEN, Victoria.
FARM FOR SALE.
ABOUT 3 MILES FROM CHILLI-
whack Lauding; contains 170 acres;
about -10 aeres under cultivation; with
House, iiiirii and Orchard. Terms easy.
Applyto        JAMES DUNDA8,
Chilliwhack,
Or to WOODS,TURNER & GAMBLE,
upHtc New Westminster.
For Sale!
SAW AND PLMINR BOLL
Willi capacity or 30,000 to to,i)00 (I.
pordity,togetlicr with
TIMKKK KIJHIJKVKol .rl) l,l«0 nlrrra.
Apply to
0<rl7tc HAND UBOS.
LANDS FORSALE!
CHEAP FOft CASH.
SOUTH-EAST QUARTER OF SEC. It,
Township K, containing Hit) acres.
Lot »2U and a portion of TM 326-lu Town*
ship 11, containing ubout OS aeres.
Sixty acres on Lulu Island, adjoining
the fai iu nf Mr. l*ufgley, being theeiiKlcrly
portion of Lol IK, Hlock V, Norlh Range
V, West,
Apply lo W. O. FEHRIS.
NewWcBtmlnster, 1-tlh October, 1883.
 ocljlc s   '
FORjSALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads mnn ing through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landing,B.C.
RARE BUSINESS CHANGE
FOR SALE.
THE STOCK, FIXTURES AND GOOD
will of that well known
BOOT, SHOE
— AND —
VARIETY STORE
Neit the Holbrook House,
Front Street.
ita-Engaged In other business and must
sell. auOte
FARMS FOR SALE
OR TO LEASE.
ONE FARM OF 170 ACRES, 12 acres
under cultivation, about 50 acres of
I m In nee hush prnirie, easily cleared, wllh
dwelling house, outbuildings unit small
orchard. Also,
FARM OF 50 ACRES close to Chilli*
whack Landing, with small house, good
bam and other buildings; ubout 30 acres
under cultivation.
Hoth places ure well watered.
If leased, one-half the rent would be
luken|byImprovenient«doneon tlie fnrms.
Also, stock and implements for sale with
Ihesniull fnrm.
purl
GEO. R. A&_	
Chflliwlinclc Landing,
Dissolution of Partnership,
THE FIRM  OF HOMER .It SON HAS
this day been dinsolvod by mutual
consent, F. Homer retiring.  All debts due
the late (Inn will be received by,LA. K,
Homer.   Ttie business will be continued
under the name of .1. A. R, Homer, who
will assume all llabiiltleMof the late firm,
.    J. A. R. HOMER,
F, HOMER.
New Westminster, Oct. 13,1885.     lloelm
JACKSON'S
BEST
Navy Tobacco.
We call the attention of consumers' to
the superior cliewlngquaiittcs of this most
excellent Tobacco. Samples will be sent
free by applying to L. A I'. 1TI*RTHE1M<
KB, :mhi nnd :m Front Street, Knn Fraa-
clsro, t'al.. Sole Agents for Pacific Coast.
Thc goods nre for sale by all the principal jobbers in British Columbia,
JJyiy
Laisioie HA
Fish, Fruit, Slime and Vegeia-
bli's of all kinds.
SALT W.iTEH FISH. SALT SALMON, SALT HERRING, SALMON
I1KI.I.IF.S, SMOKBD SALMON.
FRESH SALMON EVERY DAY
All purchases delivered In the Clly treo
nf charge,
'Oil Hill * STRKET,
Opposite Dickinson's Butcher Shop,
oel-llc
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
UNION INDIA RUBBER CO'S
PITHE BUM
Crack Proof
RUBBER BOOTS.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Be sure that the Boots are stamped on
the heels "Union India Rubber Oo. Crack
Proof," and hnvo Hie Pnro Gum Springs
on the foot nnd ami Inntop, which prevent
their erneklng, anil makes them lhe most
durable Rubber Bool made.
TRY OUR
"GOLD SEAL"
RUBBER BOOTS.
MrriU'rxiircsHlyfnrMI»liiE,r'lrilil!iK,li»0
nnv run'wkliliruiiviT.VNiKini!nmlillinible
Until.
KOII SAI.I'J HV A1.1.1IEAI.K1IK.
AM.KINDHMIHlirilllH.TINll.l'ArK-
IMI.nilslJ.sl'UI.MI.S I'M'TIUNO,
hoots, shoes, Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER GO,
ifinuim |Sun Franelico. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TSISDAY.
Tcli<lura ' Is. H, HoUiiiK
Notice Corbould & McColl
Skill Fouiid Miu Woolnrd
Notico Mm Woolard
Social Entertainment...Rj E. Church
lhe fritifih dTohimbimt.
Wednesday Morning, Kov. ll, ism.
Celestial Impudence.
While the people of Washington
aro successfully solving the Chinese
problem by driving the celestials
out of the territory, the Ohinamen
of Han Francisco nro showing substantial development in the ways
of civilized life. At one of the
largest cigar factories, wliere both
Chinese and white men nro em
ployed, the proprietors have been
notified that unless the white men
are at once discharged the Ohinamen will leave! It appears thut
lip till a comparatively recent date
this establishment employed Chinese only. A few months ago employment was given to somo white
men, and their work was so satisfactory that tho number soon increased to about 50. it is quite
possible this circumstance may have
led the Chinese to conclude that the
that thoro si mil be a limit to the
number of licenses issued. It ought
nlso to be within the power of the
people of any municipality or settlement to prevent tho establishment
of these pernicious places within
their boundaries. It is neither safe
nor just to leavo such power iu the
hands of a licenso court, ns wns
shown in the case of Mud Hny.
This is a matter which tho legisln
ture must take up very speedily.
The voice of the country is against
indiscriminate licensing.
A National Triumph.
On the 3rd of June, 1863, an
article from the pen of tlio present
writer appeared iu tho British
Columbian in which the probability of railway connection between
New Westminster and Halifax was
pointed out. To-dny wo may almost
claim tlie fulfilment of that prediction. Tho railway that stretches
through Canadian territory from
the Atlantic to the Pacific does not
yet reach our city; but it is within
less than an hour's drivp,and wo hnvo
overy promise that hefore many
months it will be at our doors.
On Saturday, shortly after 9 a. m.,
upon the pliorgy and success with
which the work has boen proseoulcd,
and we congratulate our fellow-citizens of British Columbia upon the
facjj that this province is now practically united to Canada, and that
within a fow months Xew Westminster will bo only four days distant from Montreal !
Skiff Found.
TjlOUND, (
X    Frasor.
Hklii; Tiio
_ . ON Tltl-I   NORTH  ARM   01*'
■jimtRIv-t, on tlio 1st. NovoniLier.ii
.   Tito owner In  rci-tiesleil lo provo
property uml pay oborgos. Thosklfl may
bo ncimi on  * In* premises of  tho under*
t-ii'iu'il, nenr Rose Hill milk ranch.
I:
Boat fiosl.
I OR STOLEN FKOM THK PQUN-
' 11 rf on the iilj-lil <>r Ihe tliinl
inst., n skill', pa I nt fil irivi'ii
wllh red Himwnle.   Any person ivim-nim-
l! nrgivlutf liifoniiallon Hint will lead in
ils recovery will l.e Milliildv rewarded,
7no2t ROBT. I-AW.
r osi
Jj   di
NOTICE
-TO-
Depositors In Uovernment Havings
Blink ut Now IVcslinlnsler, ll.C.
Illlr.ll
JNO. WOOLAim.
TENDERS
1,1011 ERECTION OB' A METHODIST
1    Uiiim-h nl l.aiif-ley I'rairle will he received until November iifith, lKSfl.
PliliiHiindspeellleu'lons may he .scon at
Messrs. T. lt. Pearson A Co's, Xew Westminstor,   Tlie lowest or nny tender not
tn ssurily nceeplod.
Address tender to    ll. II. IIOI-DINO,
11)1041 I.un (-ley.
time was not far distant when white
labor would push them altogether
out of the establishment. At any
rate they havo struck in a body,
and will resume work only upon
condition that the white men aro
discharged. There is something in
this Chinese strike which ought not
to escupe the attention of tiie people of British Columbia, lt shows
that in tlie struggle of races there
are two forces, and the Mongolians
are not slow to avail themselves of
such stratagems as may seem to
them useful in order to gain an advantage over our own people. It
proves also the truth of a remark
made by this journal on Saturday,
that the struggle is one of self-
defence. If the Chinese in California, where they form a very
small proportion of the population,
have the courage to arrange and
carry out a scheme of such direct
hostility against white men, what
may they not do in British Columbia, where they comprise nearly
one-third of the inhabitants? Impertinence can hardly go further
than these Mongolians have carried
it—when they set up the cry upon
the free soil of America that "the
white man must go!" Hitherto
theso people have been undisturbed
in this province, but they may as
well be making timely preparation
now for events that are swiftly
moving towards them. When the
struggle for existence and for labor
comes to a practical issue it will be
found that the Chinese must go;
and the SiyiyFrancisco strike will
probably be among the things that
may precipitate that issue.
A Burning Question.
The   Kamloops   Sentinel  deprecates the wholesale issue of liquor
licenses in the interior, and especially in the mining regions, and thinks
that license fees should be greatly
increased.     The   best  thing   that
could be done would be to cut oft'
the licenses altogether, if such a
thing were possible.     The whole
revenue   obtained   from liquor licenses in this province, and a great
deal more too, is swallowed up in
the cost of caring for and punishing the victims of the traflic.   The
records of our courts and our prisons and penitentiaries prove this.
As a source of revenue to the state,
therefore, the license system is worse
than a failure.    But aside from the
question of revenue, of what bene- j
lit is this traffic to the country?   It
affords the means of livelihood to a
certain number of people, and it
keeps in idleness aud wretchedness
a    vast   army   of   gamblers   and
drinkers who are of nll classes of
society   the   least  valuable to the
state.      It is tlie direct cause of
immense waste of resources, and of
many   valuable   lives  overy  year.
While   we   aro   spending   thousands of  dollars  every year upon
schemes  of  immigration,   we  are
licensing men for a traflic that evwy
year cuts off some of the most valuable lives in tho province and shuts
up many others inside of prison
walls whero they become burdens
to tlie stute.    There is, perhaps, uot
a candid person in the country who
wil! say that any evil result would
ilow  from  the utter suppression of
the liquor  traflic.     Homo persons
might   be   deprived   of   a  luxury
which thef have enjoyed and used
in moderation, but surely so moderate an exercise of self-denial ought
to he undertaken with willingness
in viow of the terrible gravity of
the evil  which it is sought to destroy.     If it is not possible for the
provincial   authorities   to prohibit
tho traflic, we agree with our Kamloops cotemporary that it ought to
be surrounded with all the restrictions that are possible.     Let the
license fees bo greatly increased so
the last spike was driven, and from
Port Moody to Halifax tliere is now
an unbroken line.   The accomplishment of  this  vast undertaking is
an event the iiitportance of which
one can scarcely estimate.     Railway connection  with   the eastern
provinces, through our own territory, has been the one thing needed
to satisfy the demands of trade in
this distant province.   It was the
chief condition upon which we consented, in July, 1871, to enter tlie
Canadian confederation.   As an inducement to that consent Sir John
Macdonald   promised   that within
ten years, that is, before the end of
1881,   the    transcontinental   road
would be completed.   It was a rash
promise, the non-fulfilment of which
lias resulted in a grent deal of disappointment and   distress   in this
country, and much friction between
the eastern and western sections of
the Dominion.    Sinco wprk on the
great national highway really began
in earnest, however, there has been
little reason to complain of lack of
energy on tlie part of the government and the syndicate.     During
the administration of Mr. Mackenzie, from the end of 1873 to the
end* of 1878, it was declared that
the road ought not to be constructed
faster than the ordinary revenues
of tho country would justify,  as
one of the conditions of the undertaking had been that its construction should  uot increase the public
debt.     If this principle had been
adhered to tlie debt of Canada at
this moment would have been vastly
less than it is, but the Canadian
Pacific Railway would be very far
from completion.   One of the first
nets of Sir John Macdonald's administration was the organization
of a company to construct the railway.   As a bonus this company w
to receive §25,000,000 in cash; 2!
000,000 ncres of land; and portions
of the road already constructed, or
to bo constructed by the government,  estimated   at  §30,000,000.
The company was also secured in
the possession of a number of very
valuable privileges, and it undertook to complete the road in 1891.
The work under the syndicate has
been prosecuted with extraordinary
vigor, and the last spike was driven
on Saturday.    It is not expected
that the road will bo opened for
traffic, howover, until   early next
summer, but even then it will be
completed   five years sooner than
! the time stipulated in the contract.
We need not now refer to the magnitude of the work or tho great
benefits   it is   expected  to confer
upon Canada, and especially upon
this province.     These mattera have
been discussed so often that there
is vory little left to be said.   We
may just observe that the main line
of the O. P. R. is 2,895 miles, and
tlie branches 432, and that it has
cost somothiug over §110,000,000.
It is tho shortest transcontinental
railway, and  will undoubtedly become a formidable competitor for
the trade of America, Europe nnd
Asia,    During the winter workmen
will be kept employed balnsting and
otherwise completing the unfinished
sections of the road, aud it is hoped
that by May next it will be opened
for  traffic   throughout  its   entiro
length.    The extension to Coal Harbor will also be undertaken during
the winter, and the terminal works
and wharves, as well as the branch
to this city.   The people of British
Columbia have been for many years
looking foi'ward with great expectations to tho event which transpired
last Saturday, and to the opening
of the national railway; and if they
are wise to use the advantages that
are now being brought within their
reach, a period of unexampled progress   and   prosperity awaits this
province,      Wo   congratulate   the
Canadian Pacific Railway syndicate
xsroarxaE
IS HKRKIIV UIVKN THAT I INT1CN1)
tonpply 16 tho Ohlof Commlssloner'of
' ' "*    '■    110 days afier dale, for
•I a private romlon the
-ot 1155, OrOU'p 1, Now
Lands and Wi
Ihurltflit tnemisl
NortliitoS! line o
Wesliiilnsler nisi
Northeast c
Southeast oi
laneenf IRI c
lltiolm
i'and leriuliiatiiiK nl Hn
r of suld lot, being a dis
s, more or less.
JOHN WOOI-AIM).
Social Entertainment.
A  MUSICAL ANO   L1TKIIAUY  ION-
tei'lninmeiit will boglvon Iniln.'
ICITimtY  HAM.
Of lhe Reformed J-'plscopal Chnivli ou
FRIDAY NKXT, i-oiiimencliif-ut 8 p.m.
Refreshments will 1)01
ovon Ing,
NonqB.
NOTICK IM HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will he made to the Lqg-
Islntive Asseinhly of Hie Pmvlntie of British Columbia, nl the next session thereof,
for an not to Incorporate n company for
tlio purposo of constructing, managing
and maintaining water works ut tlie terminal poinl of the Canadian Pad He ■tall-
way, on Coal llnrhor nnd English Hay,
and also at Port Moody nnd the City of
Xew Westminster and ndjiicent plaees,
and for Hie purposes thereof grunting to
tho said company Hio prlvlltJgoaf Miking
wnter from Hie Coquitlam Kiver or Lake,
with power to the snid company to build
Humes, aqueducts, lay pipes,erect dams,
acquire hinds, and do ult oilier acts and
things necessary for tllO purposes aforesaid, CnRIHUM, 11* MeCOIJi,
Solicitors for Applicant*!.
Hated November !'Ni, ISSl. nollti;
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HEREBY
give thirty days' notice that nll ue.-
iss.'i, ali our accounts will be left with our
Sol iei I or.
noTtd HENDERSON BROS.
Fraser Kiver Fisli Hatcliery
NO PERSON Vflhh HEREAFTER BE
admitted to tha Fish Hatchery without n permit from ihe Inspector of Fisheries or the Superintendent of Hie llulchery,
GEO, I'lTTENI>RU1iH,
7oclm 'J Inspector.
BUSINESS NOTICE.
mHE UNDEHaiQNED having rented
1 his blacksmith shop on Columbia si.,
nnd retired from business, notice is hereby ni ven that all accounts due Iho tinder-
sfgn-Hl remaining unpaid on the lst of
December nest will bcplnced In the hands
of a collector,
•inolm WALTER ■BLACKIE.
FISHERIES, B. C.
•ar ito-era?.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FI8H-
erles Acl It shall md be lawful lo lish
for or kill any kind of Tronl henvei-ii the
lst  day of October and tbe  1st day of
January.
G. PITTENDRIGH,
Dlaolin       Inspector of Fisheries, B, C.
MONEY
TO LEND!
$5,000,
$10,000,
$15,000,
$20,000,
AT MODERATE RATES OF INTEREST
W. NORMAN BOLE,
BARRISTER, Now Wost.
CAUTION.
EACH PLUG Oi* THE
Myrtle Navy
IS MARKED
T.&B.
IN JIltONZE LETTERS.
NONE OTHER GENUINE
PY/EMIA
Is llic most virulent fonii of blood-polsott*
In1,'. Less sj ililv laial, hut not less certainly so, i. Hie vllialiuu of tlm Mood of
ivlih-li llic first svinptotns me Pimples,
Sties, Molls, mul Cutitueous Eruptions. U'licn llio iiilnt of Bcrofnlairlvcs
w:!niili;.'onis|u*eseticeliv.suchin<lii!HtlonB,
no lime should be lost in using Ayek's
H.-,ns,U'.wtii.t,A, tlmnnlv perfect tind reliable medicine for (lio purification ot tlio
blood,
SCROFULA
I*- ti fon! roiTHptioii In die blood that rots
mil nil tlio luiicliinery of life. Nothing
will iiniilfunto It from "tlie systom and pro*
vent Its transmission io offspring but
Avkk's Sai-sai'ahiu.a. This preparation h nlso llm only one Hint will cloanso
ihe hlooil of Mercurial poison and tho
taint of Contusions Diseases. Impoverished blood Iff productive of
AN/EIKIIA,
A wretched couilliion Indicated by Pallid
Mini, p'laeciil Muscles, Shuttered
Noi'vos, ami Mf-lnncholy. Its first
synltHoins arc Weakness, Languor,
Los* ol* Norvo Force, iiiul Mental Dejection, lis course, unchecked, leads
iirtviialilv to imnuilv or death, women
he-pient ly sutler froin It, The only nielli-
elm Hud, while purifying the blood, on-
riches it with new vitality, aud invigorates
Iho whole system* li
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
I'ltmnKD by
D   J. C, Ayer & Co., Lowell, SUM.
Sold by all Druggists; Fries lit (_,
/-"Al'TAIN PITTENDBIGH linvlng ro*
\j signed the ntrency of lhe Dominion
Savings ilank nl New Westiniuster, II. t'.,
depositors lliereiuai-e j-ei]nested Ioforward
without delay, Ibelr respective pass books
by re ■{isle red ii-tler or express, addressed
to (lie acting agent, Mr. il. K. JUNI-'H,-h'
If possible, present them to him ut lhe
Ilank, for (he purpose of having thoir accounts verllled.
THOMAS 1>* TIMS,
Financial Inspector for the Dominion
of Canada,
New Westmlnsler, 11. C
3rd November, 1885.      "uoliu
CHOLERA INFANTUM
DmRRHCFfi,
ALL SUMMER COMPLAINT.
Sold by fit  P.r~ rRs.i
ISTOTICE!.
NOTICK IS UKItHIIY UIVJ9N thai II Ik
my intention to apply lo llm Cliief
Commissioner of Liinila nud Works to
have n l'nblie.Highway gazetted .-ns follows: Commencing 1.1 n point at or near
tbe MoodyvilleHnwmlll.ou hut 21:1,Croup
I, Now Westminster District, Ibence Inn
westerly direction to tho Indinn Heserve,
adjoining Lol 271, Group I, fn sn Id Dlslrlet.
003 D. MoPHAIDEN.
THE ONDERDONK
RAILWAY PLANT
MACHINERY
FOR SALE!
A.
ONDERDONK  HAS  STOKED  AT
Port Moodynll his Plant,consisting
of all   kinds of Tools  and Materials required on rallwny work, including
TWO STEAM SHOVELS,
TIIK UU IIIMHV «|'THK THAIS I. IKE
SAW .HILL, nml a number »r
rmtruii i iM.ivi-..
Everything Isolfered forsalenl verv low
llgures, and Islncluirgeof iil-'A). V. KYLE,
who will.make Port .Moody hts headquarters, nolle
LAND SURVEYORS,
ileal  Estnte,  Insurance and
Commission Agents.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT & MARINE INSURANCE
WE OFFER FOU SALE THU FOT/LOW-
JNtt BBOPEBTYi
IN THE 85 ACRE TOWNSITE
ADJOINING GRANVILLE:
■    f .ols 28,24, 25. block -I; Lots .j, tl, block ">;
fidtan, block (i; Lots s.tl, 111, ;iti, block !';
Lot -id, block 12; Lots T,, "X bluel* bl;
Lots II, 12, l;l, -2:\, 24, block 20: Lot Hi,
ljloi!k2I;Loil5lbloek2il;Lotl5,blocl.i'i.
IN New WestminstBr City:
Lot 8, block 22; Lot 20, block 82; Lot 8
and 21, block 28; Lot 11!, block .'Mi; Lot li,
{%) block -1; l-ot 111, block 17, with tivo-
story frame house; Lot ID, block ill, with
one mid one-half story frame house.
IN NEW WESTMINSTER
SUBURBS:
Lot 12, liloek -J; Lot 22, block 8; Lot 7,
8, block ii; Lots, 1,2, block 18.
Subdivision Lots In the following; Lot.'!,
block 11; Lots 1,2, block tl; Lols 10,28.
block 7; Lot 1, li, block ll, (acre lolst;
Lot fi btock %(l% acre lots).
tarVfe have on our list some very choice
unimproved farms nl I'liiUiwhnek, Mat-
soul, Langley, nnd other parts lu New
Westminster Dlstrlel.
Also a large number of Arst-clasfl farming and timber lands throughout thc
Diatrlct,
We would advise Intending purchasers
to cull and look ul our list of properly he-
font investing,
W0U»S, Tl'llNKK & GAMBLE.
COLUMBIA ST.,
Telephone 8
WANTED
—BY—
Henderson Bros.
CHILLIWHACK, B. C,   '
For 60 Days
1000 sacks Wheat,
1000    "    Oats,
1000    "    Barley,
Hogs, Chickens, etc.
In exchange for Clouds antl In payment of Accounts.
THEV CARRY A LARGE BTOCK OF
Hardware,   Stoves
Groceries and rrovlslons,
Boots antl Shoes,
Clothing &.Dry Goods
A first dims Till simp, lIlirilfHS Shop
llllll Cooper ShOP i" conuootioii. Also,
n full line of COFFINS, COFFIN TRIM-
MINOS, KTC.
s-.: Cull and examine for yourself.
7no2m
MISSES. MoELHOY * FITZ HENBY
wlsll lo inform tlio Ladles of New
Westminster Hint lhey lmvo opened a
nress-Making Establishment
-AT-
TKA'T IlltO'S STOIIK, I III I Hill A ST.
Where they will ho prepared to oxeonto
nny orders entrusted to thein In lhe intest
styles nnrl with nil possible dospftloll.
New Wesliiilnsler, Oct. (ill;, IHHJi.    oc7tn
WOOD AND COAL!
11HB SUHSORIBEIR HAS ON HAND A
.   liirt'eiiuaulltyof
BEST \VKLLL\GT0\ LL'SII' COAL
And nn iissortmoiltof
CORD WOOD,
Whieh he will sell nt lowoafc rales,   JIc
will also promptly attend It) nil kinds of
TX3J±Ta.mCGsr.
Orders left af Mr. MoColI'8 sloroonCo-
liniilda slreel, or nt my house. l)uin-lns
slreel, will moot Willi prompt attention.
HENRY KI.I-IO'iT.
New Westmlnsler, Sept. :!0,1HK.J.
BOscllin
BALL'S
HEALTH 1 PRESERVING
CORSETS
ALL WHO WEAR
BALL'S CORSETS
Are Delighted with Them.
RECOMMENDED
11V TIIK  IIEST  l-Ht-liri.l.Mt .1X1, AIL
WHO Wl'llKim: FIT AXD
'JOMFOHT.
TRY THEN OICE!
And you will weur no other.   Full r.lnus
in Misses', Ladles' NiiraliiB und
ladles' Circle Cut
P. CRAKE,
JEWELER,
Opposite the Colonial Hotel.
Formerly manager of tho Watch Department of Savage A Lyman, Mmitrenl,
TTAVING STORED MY CONNEC-
-1**1- nection with Mr, MoNaugliton. I
am prepared to
DO ALL KINDS OF
•A. GREGG & SON,
ARTISTIC
TAILORS
Cor. Doiiglan and Pandora Sis.
VICTOBIA.
HVIJIIY GARMENT FINISHED IN TIIE
1IEST MANNER
FIRST PRIZE
Awarded nt Provincial Exhlhttlon, 1885,
iMiwt liniHtrlL-r-i nr Suitings from
t'tmiiicnti Mn ik t'i m.
Sut iNfuct Ion gnnranleoil. oc"tc
Coal Harbor
FOR SALE
Lots in the Subdivision of Lot 301,
Group I.
HENRY V.IdMONDS,
LAND AGENT.
OPFEKS KOII SALE
NEW AND SEASONABLE
GOODS
Aniuvnra by every steamer
Lodlosr uud Children's
I'!
lUiuuuiui, mumuiui)|U
.\lhie Assortment nf
DRESS GOODS:
VELVETEENS.    SATINS,   SILKS,
PLAIIK4, FLANNELS, Ae.
A nlco Assortment of General
DRYGOODS:
GENTLEMEN'S CI.IJTHINO, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES.
A comnleto Slock of
GROCERIES A PROVISIONS
Constantly on Hand,
Sew nml r-iNltj-'iinlili- .Mllllm-rv now
a rrl vim*. l»n-NKinnfclii[- mid Mllllairy
done tin lln- iirciiilNi'K.
KiT Hny, Grain, and Fnrm Produce purchased nt tho hlj-h<-s|. miuket rntes. But-
lev Barrels and Kegs constantly bn linnd.
JAMES WISE,
Front stroet, New Westminster.
Xew Went., Oct. 9,1881. oclOtc
tat Reduction!
IN PRICES
-OF-
WATCHES
Walnnt Clods,
Jewelry, Spectacles,
ErKroin the lsl to the tftiii or
or October u tllsroimt or 20
per (nil. will be ollowcd on
thc above lines,
We have tho Impost and hesl assorted
stook on thoMultiland.
This will ho a raro ohanoo for farmers
and others attending the Aftrlenltiiral
Exhibition.  Ilrrn't fall to aivo us a oall.
G. M. McNaughten,
COJ.ONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
neSOto
Just roceivod by the AkoiiIa for British
• Columbia,
Hntclieson, Young
SG CO.
EIGHT
EXOELIjENT REASONS why ovory Unly
should Weur
1'S
FIRST—Thoy need no breaking in.
SECONW-Invnllds enn wear them with
ease nnd eoni/in-t. ns t.hrv yield lo every movement of the body.
THIRD—Thoy do notbomprcss the most
vltnl part of the wearer,
FOXIRTH-Thoy will (It u greater vuriotv
of towns (hiin any other make.
FIFTH-Owlnff lo thoir liocnlinr construe-
ttsn Ihcy-rt-ll] lust twice ns long ns uny
ordinary nihke.
SIXTJI-They hnve Imd the nnquallfled
endoisiiincrit of ovory iihydicfiui who
hnsi'siimlni'il thi'in.
SKVENTH-Tbey lmvo given snllsfnctlon
tonll ladles wbo have worn thom, the
eommoh'romtirlt being. ''Vfe will never
woar.nny other mako,'*
ErGHTH-Tliey nre tbo only corset that n
mnnitfaotiirorlins ever dared to guarantee satlf-fnctory In evory ri'siiect to
tbo wearer, or the money refunded
after throe weeks* wenr.
Misses, $1.(10; Lndios, style It, $1.60; H. P.,
$1.75; Nursing,'.$2.eo. Silicon,83.50) Satin, iOM.   By mnll, 25 ots. extra.
ADDRESS:
The White House,
llulcliosiiii, Young; 4 Co.
allele VICTOIUA, B.C
Anil JEWELKY.
CIIAHOES REASONABLB.        auSlo
THE PIONEER
 AND-
STORE,
Granville, B. I.
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Musical Instruments,
Newspapers,
Toys, &c.
It will be tbe aim of tho manager of
the Pioneer Book and Stationery Store
to conduct business upon sueh principles
as will secure and retain the confidence
and patronage of tlio people of
BurrniMl Inlet.
Articles not in stoek will be procured
with the utmost despatch.
Prices will bo found ns low ns any*
where else in tbu Province.
NcwHpapcrH and rcrlodlralu supplied promptly.
EIRE  AND  LIFE INSIIK'.NI'K
Iu First-Class CoiiipnnieB.
Columbia St.
NEW WESTMINSTER
IMPORTERS OF
DRYGOODS
Millinery,
— ANI)	
sBTyM. ]w scj let em
Millinery
ON HAND.
^Our gooils are solrl at llic lowest rates
as our TERMS ARK CASH.
WM.  RAE,
eeJIlte MANAGER.
11 ytrit want anything in t|re above
lines, call at or address the Pioneer Book
and .Stationery Store.
JAS. Z. HALL.
MANAGER.
(Iranvlllc, Durrani Inlet.       ulNto
REDUCTION
 IN—
PRICES!
Scotch, Knglish ninl American Clothing of tlie best and very latest
styles, reduced 30 per eent.
American nud Canadian White and
Cambric Shirts, reduced. .30 per cent.
American and English Hats, reduced
 35 per cent.
Canadian Tweeds and Flannels, reduced 25 per cent.
Fancy Gooda reduced 40 per cent.
These Goods
MUST BE SOLD,
As I intend keeping nothing but a well-
selected Stook of Boots and Shoes.
ROYAL CITY
Boot ani Sloe Store
Oppoiillo KwcnM Cannery,
Mrs. Emmn Gold, Proprietress.
D.S. CURTIS. S. CLARKE. M.D.
lUlflllllU IM l/Ul
IDealers in.
DRUGS
CHEMICALS
Wholesale ami Itotnlt.
PRESCRIPTIONS
PlHl'ENKUU
_a_t Xjo*w Sates.
Next to Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B, 0,
unJSto
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
AM KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
*S"To shop lately oceupfeil by Mr. linrcy,
Columbia Streot.
Cnll nnd examine our stock nml prices
hefore buying. Wo can't he I mi*kum»i ]»
in the city. Ropalrlnepfnll kinds neatly
dono. W. niOTHERO A CO.
solflto
Boarding & Day Ui
FOR THE EDUCATION OF VOIIHC UOIES.
Columbia St., New West., B. C.
LADY PRINCIPAL!
mum lunsn
VICE-PRINCIPAL:
HIXS HATIIKIII.VK D.41V80\.
rpiIIS SCHOOL WILL OPEN trrr Chilli.
4ffl^0"om'";t!™™ll'oi,i<''
Tallinn rots, nor iiiriinim (|iulai,|(. i„
mlviiiirrl, ror liu)1'upllm
AftrS'&ss,"5.'.'8-m^"^ n ™
Froncli nnd Lntin      <J
German       %
Music LesKons (Pliinororte)...!!!.""^.'.'.'.1.'! 3
_.      ,     "       (Kleiiu'iiliiiy)  . 2 .W
Plain SowIdk nml Fmiey Work „    W ,
»*For prospectus, terms nnd ftil'l nnrtl-
aiypsaT -""■■"•■*• '""">"S-
Dry Goods.
Groceries and Fruit
A SPECIALITY.
A lull supply of Coal,
Dry Alder and Fir
Kept constantly on hum],
TRUCKING & TEAMING
Of all itiiulH promptly attended lo
nl lowest prices.
Saddle Horses and Buggies
Tor Hire.
Oiilors iiiiij. lio loft nt lily store, rumor
Coluinblii una Dlnckto Streets, Now Wost.
mllistor.     {lib goJJOlo
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Wm. Ross
IMPORTER AND HEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES,
The French Lenoir, (lood)ear, Fluke-Ion, Cochrane, Cnsslls ts Co.,
Amies lloldcn and Slater
Boota and Shoes,
T ADIENAND GENTLEMEN ARE HE-
Li spcot/lllly Invltcrl luonll nml r.xnin-
Ino tlio stook.
I hnvo nlso on Initial tho
8<JOT<JIM A\.ll>l.l\ I.IJIIIIIJU «'AIM-
TIUHT KNKK BOUT,
Wil loll now lultos tlio pluoo ot unirr bools.
Jy2»lo
IMPORTANT NOTICE
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A I.AltHE
ASSORTMENT Or'
Guns and Rifles!
or Kvery UeHtrlptlon,
tvin-io nny ono oan i-Ikioni' what hero
•julroH nt P1UCRH WHICH THEY HAVK
NKVl'Ut IIRFOllli* HEEN OFFRUR1) AT..
It will vny ta look nl llirm Iiefur-* buying rUrw herr.
A FULL STOOK OF
AMMUNITIOKT
Or the host iiuallt.v, nu low ivn tt enn.
pOK.*Jh)*,* lie Hold,
Tobncco.
Clears, Pipes,
AND
General Merchandise
Illilliostonsli prloo pnlil /or nil kinds
of runs.
A. GUTMANN,
•ne        ovvoiii- ctmui auti. ADVERTISING RATES;
Transient AdvertIncincntH—Firat insertion, 8 cIh. per linu; subsequent Insertions,
2 '-ts. perllne,
Iti'guliir Commurelnl unit llitsini'ss Ad-
vcrllseiuontii—l column, 912 per nionlli;
!i col.,«" per month; K col„Si per montli:
2 imilieu, 82 per montli; 1 Inch, 81.50 per
 ii r ti.    Theso rules to bo chargeil on
Htninllng advertisements which remain
over ll months. If for a less period the
rules will he: 1 col., glli per month; '/.eul.,
Sll; J-f col.-S5; 2 Indies, 8.'!; 1 Inch. Si
Specials, umong rending matter—Each
Insertion, 21) ets, per lino.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 81 each.
Fniierul notices accompanying denth no-
tteo, IiO eta. extra)
ttw'All transient mlverlisemonts will bo
meusurcd by n scale of solid Nonniircll,
which inulccs 13 lines to tho ineh anil 7
words to tlio lino. Display lines must ho
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less than {1,00.
Ihe §vitiali Columbian.
WeiliMHilny Morning, Nov. 11, 1883.
Thanksgiving to-morrow,
Mr. .Ino. Woolartl advertises a skiff
found on the Nortii Ann.
Thero wns a alight frost nn Monday
night, but yesterday was charming.
A social club has boon formed nt
EamloopB with n good list of members.
Coal Harbor Lots and New Westminster City Lots for snlo by Rand llros, [n7
Tonders aro invited for the erection
nf a new Methodist churoh at Langley
Prairie.
Tlio regular monthly meeting of tho
W.C.T.U. will bo hold at 3 o'clock
this afternoon.
Dr. Welsh, Dentist, has returned and
may be found at the Colonial Hotel for
a few days only. oc31tc
It is expocted that tho now gaol in
this city will bo ready for occupation
abuut the end of next week.
A concert and lecturo iu connection
with the Blue Ribbon Club will be
givon on Wednesday tho 25th inst,
Beginning with this week tho str
Adelaide will leave this city for up
river at 0 a.m. instead of 7, Thursdays
and Mondays,
The Sentinel says Savona post office
lias been moved across tho river to
Van Horno, and the peoplo of Savona
nro kicking nbout it.
Saturday's Times devotes nearly two
pages to a history of the C.P.R. and
the last spiko. The enterprise of the
Times is commendable.
In another column it is announced
that a social entertainment will be
givon next Friday evoning in the Reformed Episcopal Church.
On the 4th page nf this paper wo
republish Dr. Parker's advice to a
young man whioh wo heartily commend
to the attention of all our readers.
The agency of the Dominion savings bank in thia city has been taken
to the otlice of tho collector of customs whero it will in futuro be carried
on.
At the city council meoting on Monday night a few accounts wure disposed
of and tho loan hy-law passed. Boyond that no business of public interest
was transacted.
From n communication in another
column from the Bishop of Now Westminster it will bo soon that Uov. Mr.
Gill has become identified with the
Church of England.
Thursday, tho 2Cth inat., has beun
Bet apart as Thanksgiving day in tho
United States. It's a pity Americans
uud Canadians could not conjointly observe the sumo day.
Mary st. hns been finished. It is
immensely improved, but it is a pity
tho excellent gravel was removed and
a lot of clay thrown upon tho top to
make mud for the winter,
Mr. Marcus Smith, C.E., camo down
on Sunday with Mr. Van Horne and
his party, bnt came over to this city
instead of going to Victoria, Ho left
on Monday ovening for Kamloops.
Trial proves tliat honesty is thc bost
policy in medicine as well as in other
things. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a genuine
preparation, an unequalled blood purifier,
decidedly superior to all others.
Tho case against Bartlett, of Chilliwhack, for soiling liquor without
license, was argued last week, nnd
judgment will be formally given at the
next Chilliwhack canity court.
Mr. Van Horno ond party are expected to arrive by tho str. Princess
Louiso about noon to-day. We understand that an address will be presented
to Mr. Van Horne by the board of
trade.
To-morrow ia the day Bet apart for
thanksgiving throughout Canada. It
is a legnl holiday, Iu the Presbyterian
church thanksgiving service will be
held at 11 a. m,, and at 7 p. ni. in the
Methodist church.
It is quite evident that the people
of Victoria have become awaro of the
folly of clinging to thu foolish expectation uf being the "practical" terminus
of the 0. P. R. Whon the Colonist
throws up the sponge, the whole game
is up.
Hundreds of letters from those using
Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its value as a
restorer of gray hair to its natural color.
As a stimulant nnd tonic, preventing and
often curing baldness, and cleansing and
soothing thc scalp, its uso cannot ba too
strongly recommended.
A Double Mahler!
At (inuivillo last Suturdny night a
doublo murder was committed in which
a Chinaman nnd Chinawoman 'were
the victims. Mr. J. C. Hughes, cur-
oner, was notified and held inquests on
tho bodies ou Monday and Tuesday.
From the evidonce produced it appears
thut Ah Suey came from Tacoma some
timo ngo with a Chinawoman named
Ah Youk, and a short time after
arriving nt Granville this woman
married Him Sing. On Saturday night Ah Suey came into the
house and fired twice at Sing and once
at his wife with a pistol, Ah Youk
was shot dead; -Ind Sing wai ahot
through the arm aiid Ride. There
wns another Chinaman and a white
man in at the time, and as soon as the
firing began they rushed out and went
for assistance. When Constable Huntley came in ho found the woman
lying-on her face dead, nnd Sing
also prostrate and breathing hia last.
It mtems that after Suey had lired
three or four stmts, sumo one, supposed
to be Sing, took a shot gun and fired at
him, indicting a mortal wound. In
the case of Youk the jury found that
she wub shot by Suey, but the jury
could uot tind who caused Suey's death.
Sing, who had been arrested, wai let
off, as there was no evidence against
him, and even if he did kill Suey ho
would be perfectly justified.
The smoker who has not yet tried tho
"Myrtle Navy" tobacco has a new pleasure before him in the uso of "the wae$.-"
An investment of twenty-five cents will
furnish him with the means of giving it
a fair test. Let us advise him to make
the experiment; he will find the tobacco
to be all that its thousands of friends
claim for it, and they are far from stingy
in their praise.
Shortage.— It is stated that tho
federal accounts for tho fiscal year
ending SOth June lost show a deficit
of $2,357,470. This large deficit includes the sum of $1,700,000 spent in
connection with the Riel rebellion,
Sir Leonard Tilley estimated that
there would be a surplus of $1,383,-
361, but the returns show that, aside
from the rebellion expenditure, there
would have been a deficit of over half
a million.
On the Defensive.—The Chinese
of Portland nro determined to stand
ou tho defensive, aud evidently understand the maxim, in time of peace prepare for war. Ono gun store in this
city haB sold ninety weapons to Chinese
during the past week, These consisted
of double action Colt's revolvers, and
a fow Winchester rifles. Yesterday a
couplo of heathen purchased two
splendid revolvers and 300 rounds nf
ammunition. When asked the reason
for suth war like preparations, they
replied that the arms and munitions
were to bo used to guard themselves
against any demonstration tho whites
might mako.—Portland News.
Baptist Wokk.—At a meeting of
tho Baptist Convention of tho North
Pacific Coast held on the SOth ult. at
Portland a statement of progress waa
presented. An appeal to the liberality
of eastern churches was made in view
of tho completion of the C.P.R, and
the new impetus that will thus be
given to trade and development. In
the progress report wo find the following paragraph: "Victoria has made the
greatest advance, having erected a
house of worship for whioh $2000 has
been raised, the membership doubled
(now numbering 57), and rising in
power and enthusiasm. Westminster
church has risen from 5 to 21, having
scoured a lot and bricks for building.*'
       «■      	
Roval Congratulations,—The foi
lowing lettor, addressed to Sir John
Macdonald, was telegraphed from Ottawa on Saturday: I havo received by
cable, thruugh the secretary of state,
Her Majesty's commands to convey to
the people of Canada her congratulations upon the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Her Majesty is
pleased to add that Bhe has watched
its progress with much interest, and
that she hopes for the future success
of a work of such value and importance to the empire. You will, I hnve
no doubt, take steps in order to give
publicity to Her Majesty's most gracious congratulations. Let me conclude this note by expressing the
hearty satisfaction with which I have
learned that this great national work
has been successfully accomplished.
I am, dear Sir John, yonra sincerely,
Lansdowne.
Very Important Despatch
About tlie Extension and
Terminus I
WORK TO GO ON AT ONCE.
BRANCH LINK DISCUSSED TO-DAY
(Spoclul to tho Columbian.)
Victoria, Nov. 10.—-Arrangements
between the provincial government nnd
Canadian Pacific Railway company
were finally concluded and formally
delivered to-day, nnd the extension
and terminal works will bu at once
begun. The extension line will puss
down the shore uf Burrard Inlet, curve
through Grauville townsite, and
crossing False Creek continue on
to the eastern boundary of lot 102.
Docks will be built from the west
boundary of Granville up the sliore as
far as Hastings Mills, nnd the company will immediately proceed with
the construction of largo terminal
buildings at Granville, including a
hotel which they promise will equal
the largeBt and best on tho continent,
In the first instance tho terminus will
be pit Conl Harbor, but It "Will
eventually extend to Knglish Bay,
Both Mr. Van Horne aud tho Hon,
D. A. Smith speak in enthusiastic
tennB about the future of "Vancouver City," a name highly approved
of and confirmed by the company.
Mr. Van Horne has pricked the gulf
ferry bladder and the Colonist came
out this morning gracefully accepting
the situation. Mr. Van Horne and
party expect to proceed to New Westminster to-morrow, where thoy will
arrange branch railway mattera with
your council.
From Langley,
(Correspondence ut the Columbian.)
Lanulkv, Now 0,—Mr, Win. Dodd
is putting up n building at ihu fort
which lio-|)Viipn»eH to um! as a store
whero nu nBsortineut of general merchandise will be kopt,—On Thursday
Mr. A. Murchison, of Langley Prairie,
shot a very fine bald eagle, which measured 7 feet from tip to tip. Tho shot
was a remarkablo one, as Mr. Murchison was 150 feet nway from the tree
upon which the eagle ant and the tree
was over 300 foet high.
A Suite Indication.---Whenever there
|lire festering son-:-, blotches, pimples
nnd boils appearing it indicates an extremely bad condition of the blood,
which should bo speedily demised by
that best of all medicines, Burdock Blood
Bitters.
(Homirauiicitticma.
The Last Spike
Monday's train brought 00 head of
cattle tu Port Moody, which were
driven over to thia city yesterday
morning. Tho str. Cariboo Fly will
take 15 hoad ovur to Nanaimo tliis
morning, 45 bend will ho taken for the
eity market, and the balance goes to
Victoria,
On Sunday evoning tho str. Dunsmuir returned from Victoria. Sho has
had a complete overhauling, and looks
woll. Yeaterday sho left with a lend
of hay for the island railway works.
The Cariboo Fly goes to Nanaimo this
morning, aftor which the DunBinuir
takes her place.
Wo understand that proceedings*
havo beeu tuken against Mr. Levi uf
Port Haney and Mr. Stevenson of
Pott Hammond for selling liquor without license. It is oxpected lhe cases
will bo tried at Maplo Ridge on Friday.
Messrs. Corbould & McColl have beun
retained for the prosecution.
On Friday Mr. J. C. Hughes held
nn inquest on thu body of Michael
Nee, found dead in his root houso at
Harrison River. Thoro were 3 bullet-
holei through the head nf deceasi-d,
nud onu through bis heart, bo that
thore is uo doubt hu was murdered.
Nothing was brought to light lo show
who committed tho deed.
Mr. L. L. Doane, secretary of thu
telephone company, has recoived ollicial information to the effect that tho
Bell patent bus been voided in Canada. The effect of Hub will he lodo
away with the tolephone royally, und
the company expects to be able very
shortly to mako a material reduction
in tho rout of instruments. It is believed they will be reduced to $3 por
month.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agreement! of Sale, and blank forms of all
kladf, at T. K. Pearson ft Co's, *
Police Ooukt.—-Yesterday morning
Mr, McTiernan brought three charges
against Chinamen for selling liquor to
Indians. The first case called was
Wah Nny. Mr. McTiernan took hii
seat ou the bench, but as he was acting as prosecutor Mr. McColl, who appeared for the Chinaman, suggested,
that it would be better if the prosecutor would retire from tho bench, and
the suggestion was adopted. Aa there
was no information in this case it was
dismissed on application of Mr.McColl,
A sec-inn case against Wah Noy, and
a similur ono against another Chinaman, were enlarged until Monday, aa
thero wero no informations and the
proceedings were quito irregular. It
wns made to appear that Mr. McTiernan had a number of informations iu
his pocket, sworn out and completed
with the exception of the date aud,
name of the defendant, so that the/
could be filled up whenever required.
This would certainly bo very convenient. _
Assize Couut,—For the court of
assize which npens hore to-day there
aro 0 cases, us follows: (1) Alexis, an
Indian, for thu murder of Calder.
This is an old caso, that has been several times before thu oiiurts, a"d it in
to be hoped may ho finally disposed
nf now. (2) Juan Franoisco, for rape
on Kitty Clarke, near the mouth of
tho river, (3) Causa and Annum, for
robbery committed in tho swamp. (4)
J. It. Henderson, a charge of false
pretences, crowing out of (Tie Dominion Sawmill bankruptcy. (5) Thus.
O'Connor, attempt to escape from the
penitentiary. This case had a curious
origin. When Inspector Moylau was
hero some months ago, O'Connor,
whom our citizens will remember as
the burglar who went through Mayor
Dickinson's safe, made complaints
about his treatment and wanted an
investigation. ''You want an investigation, do you?" said Mr. Moylau j
"Well, you shall get it at the next
assistu!" He then instructed tho warden tu have the convict tried for
attempting to escape abuut a year ago.
(6) The Chinese robbery and shooting
case at Mnple Ridge. It is not expected the court will have a long sossion, Messrs. Corbuuld & McColl will
act as attorneys for tho crown.
CONKECTINOTBE ENDS OF TBE TRACK
Port Moody and Halifax Shake
Hands!
About 9 o'clock last Saturday morning the last rail was laid on tho 0. P.
R. and the last spike driven. This
interesting ceremony waB performed
without any display whatever in the
presence of Mr. W. 0. VanHorne,
vice-president of the syndicate, Hon.
D. A. Smith, Mr. Sanford Fleming,
C. E., Mr. Harris, a director from
Huston, Mr, H. H. Abbott, solicitor,
Mr. J, H. McTavish, land commissioner, Mr. j. M. Egatt, Mr. J. M.
Ross, Mr. H. B. Peers, Mr. M. J,
Haney, Major Rogers, Mr. Cainbiu-:
C. E., nnd about 150 others. The
honor of
DRIVING TIIE SPIKH
was given to Hon. D. A. Smith, and
whon it had been drivon a hearty cheer
from those present echoed through the
mountain clitt's, Mr. VanHorne at
once telegraphed the nows ovor all the
world. The spike used was not like
the golden spiko that completed the
Northern Pacific. It was a vory ordinary iron une, and tho incident shows
that the syndicate docs uot propose to'
waste its substance upon tomfoolery.*!
As soon as tho spiko had beeu driven*
Mr. VanHoriie's special train which
he had brought from Montreal proceeded towards Purt Moody whore it
arrived on Sunday morning. Tho
train consisted of 3 curs, the C. P. R.
official car "Metapedin," a sleeping
und dining car- and a baggage car.
The official car is magnificently fitted
up, and the dining and sleeping car
has overy device known to the art of
convenience and comfort, The time
from Winnipeg to the first crossing of
tho Columbia, 1022 miles, was 33-1
hours. When the road haB been completed it is expected that the trip from
WINNIPEG  TO COAL HARBOR
will be made in 45 hours. The schedule time from Winnipeg to Montreal
now ia 64 hours, so that we may look
forward to the prospect of being able
next summer to go from this city to
Montreal in about four days! A Colonist reporter who interviewed Mr. Van
Horne reports the managing-director
bb saying that through traffic would
begin about the lat of May. The Onderdonk contract has not been accepted
yet, and it is reported that the syndicate will not accept it in its present
state, unless indemnified by tho government. On ono hand Mr. Onderdonk is asking tho government for a
large sum (reported to be about 81,-
500,000) for extra work done over and-
above the contract; on the other hand
we have tho syndicate asking the government to pay a sum (no one knows
how lart/e) because the specifications
of the contract have not beeu met! At
Port Moody the parly immediately
went on board the str. Princess Louise
and left for Viotoria, spending a few
hours at Coal Harbor on the way,
They are expected to return to-day,
coming by way of this city.
The Branch Railway!
By-Law Carried Without Op-
riosltlon.
Rev. Win. em.
Kditor Columiuan.—Will you oblige
me by giving mc thc opportunity in your
columns of publicly announcing that the
Kov. "William Gill, lately minister of the
Reformed Episcopal congregation in this
city, was on Sunday last:, after due acknowledgment of hia errors, reconciled to
the Anglican church,—Faithfully yours,
A. W. Nnw Wkstminstkw.
New West., B. G, Nov. fl, 18B5.
British Affairs.
A full line of Scottish Hymnals just
received nt T, It, Pearson ft Co.'s oc!7te
On Monday, according to announcement, a vote of (lie freeholders of the
city was tuken on the by-law authorizing a temporary loan of 938,500 to
secure railway conned ion with the O,
V, R. The result of the poll is: For
the by-law, 100; against tho by-law,
none. This result is very satisfactory.
It shows that tho people of llm city
are fully olive to the importance of
securing railway connection with lhe
O. P. R., and that personal considerations will not be allowed to stand in
the way of the public interest, Wo
hope now thero will bn uo delay on
the part of the syndicate in arranging
for immediate work uu tho branch
line. The bonuses are provided for,
aud construct!) n might bo completed
yet in time for winter trade.
Fatal  Atiaoks.— Among  the tno^t
Srevalent, fatal, and sudden attacks of
Iseasos are thosu incident to the Bum
mor and Fall, suoh aa Cholera Morbus,
Bilious Colic, Uiarrlnea, Dysentery, etc.,
that often prove fatal in a few hours.
That ever reliable remedy, Dr, Fowler's
Kxtraet of Wild Strawberry, should he
at hand, for use in au emergency.
London, Nov. 7.— The Irish question has for tho moment given way to
tho religious question in British politics. Parnell is permitted to go on
arranging his campaigu-nnd nominating hio candidates in Ireland protty
much as he .pleases whilo voters in
England and Scotland aro set by thc
cars over thu question of disestablishing tho church. The controversy has
become exceedingly bitter. The established church is lighting for life
against the dissenters struggling to
destroy the stato monopoly of religion.
Everybody in Great Britain has become deeply interested and it is now
thought the result of the elections
will bingo entirely on church questions.
The Conservatives would soon have
gono to piocos in tho political struggle,
and the campaign was shifted to Irish
matters. On tliese the Tories got tho
butter of the Liberals aud secured a
coalition with the Home Rulers.
While Iho Liberals had a chance of
affiliating with ParnellituB they ignored
the Radicals. The latter therefore
opened a campaign on their own nccount and thoy made n prominent
work for disestablishment; when Gladstone and his colleagues wero aroused
by tho defection of tbo Parnellites to
the ticcossity of securing closer union
with tho Radicals the latter had raised
tho issue of disestablishment to such
prominence that it could not bo removed from tho controversy, Mr.
Gladstone was compelled, therefore,
in securing un alliance with tho Radicals toJjiiiji-e such; Radical and Liberal
candidates as were already in nomination free to remain steadfast tu their
pledges. So many of those candidates
had pledged themselves to disestablishment that the Conservatives, forcing
tho question to tho front, arrayed
themselves unitedly in favor of the
established churoh. They derive immense assistance *froiii the Catholic
clergy of Groat Britain headed by
Cardinal Newman. The more prominent British Catholic prelates joined
the conservatives in defending the
church, taking tho grouud that auy
religion was better than no religion,
that the established church was ouo of
England's greatest bulwarks against
immorality and that to save it from
destruction was a moral duty. Thia
served but to cement the union be*
tween the Catholics and home rulers
and the conservatives, and to make
the whole question of prime importance conservative leaders wero inspired
to renewed activity, and they have
succeeded in forcing the fight. The
poople of Great Britain are to-night
thoroughly aroused on the religious
principle, and every clergyman has bo-
come for tho time a bitter partisan
politician on one of the two sides to
tho controversy. Conservative liberals
are now doing their utmost to get tho
question removed from tho canvass.
The liberal association are everywhere
attempting to discard it from the programme of their party. It iB moro
than probable, however that the practical recognition of their mistake has
come too late. This statement is not
meant to convey the idea that the
tories and Parnellites combined will
beat the liberals and radicals in tho
numbor of candidates thoy will elect to
the next parliament, Ab matters stand
the liberals will probably elect thc
greator numbor, but tho tory party has
declared its intention   to remain iu
[lower, unless thoy nre defeated by so
argo a majority aa to indicate au overwhelming publio expression in favor of
their retirement. Unless Gladstone'
can succeed in diminishing tho advantage which tho tories havo at present
in their religious plank it will be difficult, if not impossible, for him tn secure a majority large unough in tho
next parliament to permit of his restoration to powor. Tho difficulties
which liu in his wny may bo seen in
the following fnots: Of a thousand and
one liberal candidates now in the hold
in Groat Britain 48!) nro pledged to
favor disestablishment. Tho constituencies contested by theso candidates
will neatly ull insist on their fidelity
to tho plcdgo. Iu Scotland tho out-
burrasstnunta in tho ex-promicr's way
aro particularly great; 1,470 dissenting Scotch clergymen have signed an
address to him declaring thoy look to
iverthrow  thn slate church
HEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLB.
Montreal, Nov. fl.—At a meeting of
the Civic Finance Committee this afternoon a statement was submitted showing
that 875,000 have already been spent to
put down tho smallpox epidemic. An
ollicial report to the board of health says
there aru seven hundred houses in this
eity infected with smallpox, of which 305
are placarded.
Ottawa, Out., Nov. fl.—The lieutenant governor of the Northwest territory
has been informed by the governor-general that the law ia to tako its course iu
the cases of "Little Bear," "Man Without Blood," "Bad Arrow" aud "Miserable Man," thc Indians now in prison at
Regina under sentence of death. No instructions to carry out the death sentence on Kiel have up to this evening
heen received.
WiNNii'Kii, Nov. II.-Owing to the
discovery of au alleged compact of tome
o'f the residents in this place to take the
life of Hit-], should the Dominion government fail to execute him, the government
hns become alarmed and has doubled the
guard over the prisoner at the barrasks
at Regina. The prisoner has been placed
under special charge of a commissioned
ollicer. Special mounted guards have
been told oil' to patrol for miles about the
barracks, to Bee tbat the garrison is not
surprised' and the prisoner rescued. As
the time for thc execution draws nigh
Kiel grown nevvous aud fidgety, aud professes to believe he will not be executed,
hut evidently suffers mentally, as he has
bucoire^'ftimsidCTsbly emaciated"." It "Ib
reported -that Archbishop Tuche has
written to the Pope to use any influence
he might be able to exercise to Bave Riel.
The Pope sent him a memento in the
shape of an alleged nail purporting to
have been taken from Christ's cross.
; New York, Nov. fl.—A Montreal
speoial says: Montreal is evidently on the eve of another riot.
The forcible removal of Gagnou's children to the hospital by the mayor and
sanitary officers, has evoked a storm of
indignation from the French papers. La
Minervc described Mayor Beaugraml as a
murderer and revolutionary autocrat.
Says Le Monde, "You have no heart;
you have uot got the right to maltreat
those who have done you honor, Yonr
inhuman and barbarous conduct caused
the death of brave Gagnou's child. You
are responsible for this death yesterday.
You triumphed over poor and courageous
Gagnon, from whom you took his children aud his wife, whom you have
thrown into piison, with his children.,
You are victorious, but your injustices, I
your cruelties, your arbitrariness, have
already crushed you and covered you
with shame and dishonor." La Minervc
goes farther, and invites the populace to
resist the officers. As a result the mayor
has issued warrants for tho arrest of M,
Vanas'se, M.P., editor, and M. Outturns,
sub-editor of La Minervc, on a charge of
personal and seditious lihol against Mr.
keaugrand in his capacity as mayor.
Seattlk, Nov. 7*-*-Tho anti-Chinese
.committee visited the Chinamen again
this morning and notified them to leave
at once. The feeling seems to grow more
bitterly hourly. Tno revenue cutter
Oliver Wolcott has been lying opposite
tho town all day with guns trained on
the Chinese quarters. Troops are now
en route from Vancouver barracks, and
are expected here this evening, A special from Vancouver to the Daily Call
says that troops are in readiness and the
boat is waiting orders to go to Seattle
and Tncoma. Several Chinamen are before the grand jury. District-attorney
White snys the United States will reinstate the Chinamen and rebuild tlieir
houses. Three hundred troops left Vancouver to-day and will reach Seattle tonight at 11 o'olock. The president has
issued a proclamation which concludes
ns follows: "Now, therefore, I, Grover
Cleveland, president of the United
States of America, do hereby command
nnd warn nil insurgents and all persons
who have assembled at any point of the
said Territory of Washington for unlawful purposes aforesaid to desist therefrom
and disperse and retire peaceably to their
homes, on or before twelve o'clock meridian, on the eighth day of November,
instant, and I do admonish all good citizens of tlio United States, and all persons
within the limits or jurisdiction thereof,
against aiding, abetting, countenancing
or taking any part in such unlawful acts
or assemblages, In witness whereof, kc.
(inovKit Clbvelanc.
guilty, and sentences were pronounced
as follows: Stead S nibs., Mrs* JarrotfcO
mos., Jacques 1 nio., Morey (} mos,
Morey gets hard labor; the others do
not. ]      _^__^___^___
A Sl'KKJ'Y CtntE.—As a speedy cure
for Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Dior*
ilio-a, Colic, Cramps, Sick Stomach,
Canker of the Stomach and Bowels, and
all forms of Summer Complaints, there
is no remedy more reliable than Dr.
Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry.
Dealers who sell it aud those who bny it
are on mutual grounds in confidence of
its merits.	
Richmond Council.
A special meeting of the conncil was
held on tho 17th Oct.; present, H, Boyd
(reeve), and couns. Kilgour, London, nnd
llrock. A telegram from Mon, -Ino. Kobson, provincial secretary, giving the
council authority to let the contract for
wharf, was rend, and on motion of couu.
Loudon, sec. by coun. Brock, the sume
was received and the clerk instructed to
notify Gilley, Mooney k Co. that their
tender is accepted and also to prepare
the necessary bonds for signature. The
board of works reported having examined
the contract of Magee Bros ; that the
same had beun completed, and recommended payment of balance due on contract-—report adopted.
Regular meeting held Nov. 7; present, j
If. Boyd (reeve), and couns. Daniels,
Kilgour, Brock and London. A communication from thc provincial secretary,
respecting wharf, was read aud received
id the clerk instructed to reply. The
.tenders for bridges having been opened,
it was ordered that the contract for the
3 bridges be let to dilley, Mooney k Co.,
for the sum of 837(1, being the lowest
tender. On motion, coun. London was
appointed supt. of wharf, and couns.
McDonald nnd London supts. of bridges.
Mr. Seratehley a bill for §25.fi0 was ordered paid. Council adjourned till first
Saturday iu December.
Wholesale Oily Market.
Reel,     per iijoiih	
Pork "        	
Million       "         .   .        ..
JlkMer'nr 	
I'lllillui'S " 	
Turnip* « 	
Carrots " 	
Earsnlps "	
Beets " 	
Ciihlmgc " 	
Onions "
Apples » 	
Pears '•
Whoul " 	
Onlw ■*
t'.-as       "      .... ;;;;;
Hay,        per ion   	
Hultor (rolls) per it.	
Cheese, »   	
Esk«,     perdoz .....
Cieese, ouch      	
Ducks " 	
Chickens, per pair  .......
Cordwood (retail] por curd	
..=■- 00 <_ so 00
... I' <>:''«; ll IK)
... « 50 @ II 00
.- K .71 <.-■ 0 IU
.. 1176(5 1 110
... ii r*u _s o "o
- I wife 1 26
.- I W& 126
.. 1 IHI M 1 25
.,0.76® 100
..  I TjlKy, 2 00
... 15tt<& noo
..2 0Q6S 11 00
- 1 2SH 150
.. 1 261 •
.. 1 UO («■
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.. II -21 (.i. I) lil)
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.. 1 W (ic 2 00
.. 0 7.) <■■ 1 00
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Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICI3 IS HEREBY ijIVKN thut the
piirinersliip hereto/ore existing between Hie undersigned hm ehemlsUi anil
druggists, il litter Ho- firm mime of I>.H.
(.'lulls A Co., litis tills day henti dissolved
hy mutual consent. Ali iiceounU due to
the into llrm are to he paid to I). S. Curtis,
uml nil linbllllleso* thc firm will bo paid
hy him, who alone In responsible for the
same. D. S. CUHTIS.
HIKHIK CI-AKKI-:,M.1>.
Dated tills 2nd November, 1885.    4uotc
S)TUP Or FlgS-
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal., is
Nature's Own True Laxative. This pleasant liquid fruit remedy may bo had of
Messrs, D. S. Curtis k Co., Xew Westminster. Sample bottles free and large
bottles at 75 cents or S1.2o. It is the
most pleasant, prompt and effective
remedy known, to cleanse the system; to
act on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels
gently yet thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred ills.
An Efficient Remedy
In all cases of Bronchial und Pulmonary Affections is AVER'S Cm.UBY
Sectoral. - As such it ts recognized and
prescribed by tbo medical profession, and
in many thousands of families, for the
past forty yeurs, it has been regarded as an
invaluable household remedy. It Is a
preparation that only requires to bo taken
in very small quantities, and a few doses
of It administered In tho early Rtagcs of a
cold or cough will effect a speedy cure,
and may, very possibly, save fife. Thero
is no doubt whatever that
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
lias preserved the lives of great numbers
of person.-*, by nncsi Ing the development of
Laryngitis-. Uroiiebitls, Pneumonia,
and Pulmonary Consumption- nud by
tho cure of I hose diiiiL'crous maladies. It
should be kept ready for use iu every
family where there arc children, as ft Is a
medicine far superior to all others fn the
treatment of Croup, tho alleviation ot
Whooping Cough,end tbecure of Colds
and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood mid you Hi, Promptitude In dealing with all diseases of this
class Is of the utmost Importance. The
loss of a single day may, m many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
prcelous time iu experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the
malady Is constantly gaining a deeper
hold, but take at once the speediest and
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED DY
Dr. J. V. Ayer & Co.! Lowell, Mass,
Sold by all Druggists.
OSrOTXCE.
A SITTING OF TIIK COUNTY COURT
of Vletorla wl 11 be beltl ut Mnple Bay
on .Hnliirdiiy, tho 1Kb dny of November.
Hy Comiiinml,
JNO. ROBSON,
Prov. Secretary.
Provincial Seen tary's Olliee,   .
■'HI 11 Oelobrr, INK), "Im21
GLADYS
WILL LEAVE TOWXSKND'S Whnrf
on Tuesday ami 1 rlilny Mom lugs-,
a! 7 o'clock, for
Chilliwhack and Way Ports
Returning the following duys. On spare
days tbe Gladys will be open for engagements for excursions or picnic--, for whieh
ahe is admirably adapted.
Por Freight or passage upply to CAPT.
ROBINSON, ou bonrd, or lo
WM. II. TOWNSEND,'
ocWlc front Street.
Seattle, W.T., Nov. 7.—Kveryhiugist
peaceful hero at this hour, fl p.m. An
enormous nuti-Chmese meeting is being
held; but trouble is not anticipated.
The president's proclamation and the approach of troops have had a most dampening effect upon the agitators. Seven
companies of the Fourteenth infantry
will arrive at 2 a.m.
London, Nov. 7.—The jury brought
in a verdict of guilty agauist Stead and
Rebecca Jarrett, and acquitted both
Jacques and Booth, The jury returned
to the court room at (1:40 o'clock with
their verdict. They agreed that Stead
aud Mra, Jarret took Eliza Armstrong
from her home aga-nst her father's will,
but could not agree as to whether Mra,
Jarrett obtained the child by false pretences. They also agreed thnt the
mother did not sell her child, aa alleged
by defendant, and that Booth and
Jacques were not parties to tho abduction. The judgo deferred passing sentence on thc convicted prisoners until
after the trinl of indecent assault against
Jacques, Jarrett, and Mowray. The
prisoners were alt admitted to bail to appear on Tuesday next. The jury allowed
thnt Mr, Stead had been misled, and
they urged that the laws for the protection of women and children should be
better enforced.
MoMTitKAL, Nov, ".- It is stated ht-i
that Sir Hector Langevin, minister ef
public works, and Hon. Mr. Oliaplcau,
secretary of   state, will resign iu the
event of Kiel being hanged.
Maple Riage Council.
Council met ou the 7th inst.; all the
members except coun. Hammond present. On motion of couu. Laity, seconded by coun, Harris, tho resolution of last
meeting in reference to the revenue bylaw was struck off the minutes which
were then adopted. The road committee
of eaeh ward submitted their reportB,
which were, on motion, accepted. Mr.
W, li. Fleming asked permission to use
a wooden hammer to drive thc piles of
Kanaka creel* bridge. Application referred to government. Mrs. Harris applied for the use of the town hall for the
Xiims eve entertainment. Application
granted. Collections of taxes for the
month, $132. The following accounts
were ordered paid as soon as funds are
available; Columbian: (printing), $37.22;
John McKcnney (roadwork),§4.50; Wm.
Hampton (roadwork), §5; Win. Smedley
(roadworkj, $30; Jno. Mclver, 83; D McPherson, $105; Robert Necley, $50; Robert McKenzie, $20. On motion of coun.
Baker, seconded by couu. Laity, the constable was requested to seo that the revenue bylaw anil Sunday observance bylaw
be ■ strictly enforced aud prosecute any
person violating any of the clauses of
said bylaws. It was resolved that notices
be put up in different parts of the municipality notifying ratepayers to have
their taxes paid uot later than 10 days
before nomination day to entitle them to
vote at the annual election for reeve and
councillors. Council adjourned till December meeting.     _
The Babies Cry for It,
hi;
In this remarkable political add re
these Scotch ministers declare the
time has now oifnte lo sever relations
botween church and state; dissenting
Christian* hnvo refrained too lung from
making this contest, nnd wo now insist that tho coming parlinment shall
lurminate tho unjust nnd injurious
connection. Chamberlain and Dilko,
liberal lenders, lmvo privately urged
(Hailstone tn (ducato tho Scotch voters,
to grant thoir demands, loaving the
other (juration in England td bu settled,
by future events, There is a great
deal of anxiety to know what attitude
(lladsttme will assume on this question. He will speak in Scotland next
week. Thc church defence league of
Edinburgh havo arranged to make a
great demonatriition iu that city on
the niirht of tho ox-promior's arrival
there, and dissenters are pruparing a
counter dcmoiiBttntinu for tho Hame
ovening.
A CERTAIN Rksui.t.—In all disturbed
action of the Stomach, the Bowels, the
Uver or tho Kidneys thr result of tnk-
hnr Burdock Blond Bitters is certain to
afford prompt benvflb to thd rtifftrar,
Burdock Blood Bitters cure when other
reiuedit'S fail.
HiuitKsr PiUISB, —The well-known
drug firm of N. C. Poison k Co,, of King
ston, writes that Dr. Fowler'a Kxtraet
of Wild Strawberry has long been considered the best remedy for .Summer
couipliiinta in thc market*-, and adds that
tlieir customers speak iu the hi-ihcst
terms of its merits. Wild Strawberry
is the best known remedy for Cholera
Morbus, Dysentery, and all Bowel Complaint*.
YESTERDAY'SJIISPATCHES.
Ottawa. Nov. 9,—It is generally believed iu ollicial circles that a further
respite has been granted Kiel to prepare
for death, and that hu will undoubtedly
be hanged.
San Frakcisi'o, Nov. II.—The antf-
Chinese movement is rapidly extending
all nlong thu const. Meetings hava been
hold at Stockton, Han Jose, Santa Cruz,
Nevada City, and other places, and
measures adopted for the removal of the
celestials. Throughout Arizona there is
a strong feeling against them liecause
they havo monopolized all the small
trading stores, restaurants and laundries.
Winnii'Ku, Nov. fl.—Early this morning the magnificent steamship Algoma,
plying between Port Arthur and Owon
Sound for the C. V, It., ran on a reef
at Isle Royal, Lake Superior, In a heavy
snow storm. The ship Is a total wreck.
There wero 37 lives lost. The Algoma
was a steel steamer splendidly fitted up.
She cost $460,060, and was insured for
8300,000,
r-OJTOON, Nov. 10.—Tlie trial of Stead
nud others for indecent assault upon EH*
y.h  Anderson  resulted in a verdict of
Toronto Exhibition.
THE DOMINION PIANO & ORGAN GO.
Speaking of the great central cxhibi-
bition opened at Toronto nn the 10th
Sept., the Toronto Globe says:
An object of special attention, wliich
by very reason of its prominence on the
grounds cannot escape the attention of
the most casual and careless observer, is
the pavilion of the Dominion Organ Company. This is a separate building but a
little distance from the south east of the
Main Building, This pavilion must be
ubout 50 feet by 40 feet, with a porch or
railed passageway all around it extra. It
is handsomely painted, with ample and
almost entire glass section, comprising
fully one-third of its height in windows,
and announces to all in broad letters that
it is the pavilion of that company, and
that Joseph Ruse, of CS King-street
West, represents tho company. Inside
no pains have been spared to make it attractive, and certainly its designs have
succeeded. No one should visit the Exhibition without ping through this pavilion, there ho will find a little paradise
of music. Hero arc decorations, handsome pictures of the Dominion factory
and of the present store room of Mr.
Rubc, ami above all, pianos and orgaus
of the most artistic and unique designs.
The display of these instruments is grand
indeed, and a splendid tribute to the
genius aud skill of our Canadian manufacturers. Pianos and orgaus of every
style and artistic design nre found here
—a parlor grand, squares, and uprights
of rose-wood, satin-wood with walnut
trimmings, ebony and gold, mahogany
and beryl walnut. A double manual
and pedid bass organ, with handsome
pipe top, faces tho visitor at the extreme
end as lie enters this pavilion. For company are organs of evory Btylo and design to suit the purchaser. The Company also exhibit with the degree of
triumph and merit the fact is worthy of
a cable despatch to them from Antwerp,
Ccrmany, announcing that at a Grand
National Exhibition held thero the Company had just carried off the tirst prize
over all competitors for it? instruments.
This is certainly remarkable, though
when tho rapid rise of this Company to
public favor and confidence is considered,
not bo remarkable as at first might seem..;
The Company's success in honors, home
and international, is something remarkablo. The exhibit ou the grounds is
certainly attractive and will amply repay
a personal inspection and visit.
Sir Charles Tupper on Wednesday last
emphasized the high compliment ho paid
the Dominion Organ and I'iano Company
nt tho opening of the London Fair. In
his address from the platfonn of the
Art Gallery, speaking of the great impetus Exhibitions gave to every industry
represented, he referred to the Canadian
exhibit at the Antwerp International
Exhibition, Belgium, and cited as au illustration of the wonderful progress this
country is making, the success of the
Dominion Organ and Piano Company
thore. He said that this Company {the
Dominion Organ nnd Piano Compnny)
had not only taken the highest award
there, the very highest the judges could
possibly confer over all other competitors, from England, Franco, and Ger-
^^^^^^^^^ many, the  very centres of  cultivated
astonishment he made uo answer until, classic muaic, countries justly celebrated
finally, with an emphasis that increased for their skill and acquirements iu musi-
their amazement, he made a bitter nn- caI knowledge, but these judges who
slaught   upon thom all, noi sparing   ||tf ffwASffltt1!!!!*
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Wall-street men have been brightening up n good many reminiscences since
Henry N. Smith, the big bear, failed
the other day. Anecdotes of Black
Friday daya have abounded, and entertaining stories havegouetheroundsportraying old Uncle Daniel Drew, Commodore Vanderbilt, Jacob Little, Gould,
Sage, Fisk, Belden and all the rest of
the distinguished gentlemen who have
been with and against hituinhisvarious
upBauddownsof fortune Onemorning,
juat before tho gold corner of 1869,
a number of the Smith-Gould coterie
spent some hours in laying plans
to effect a slaughter of thu lambs.
Smith himself did not arrive till late.
When hu did come he was "all of u
tremble," nnd his faco was ghastly.
Uo threw himself into a chair, and
whilo his intimates manifested thoir
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Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Storo, au5tc
even himsolf. "There is only
trouble to como out of 'all this," ho
cried, "You are doomed tu pay dearly
for all tliese pruts. We may swim for
a while, but in the end every ono of us
will go to tho bottom. Don't let us fool
ourselves. Last night I had a dream,
more horrible than I can hint at, and
in it you, and you and you-—" the bony
finger of the speculator pointed to first
one nnd then another of his copartners
in stock-rigging—"and I waB there,
too. There were flames there, nnd
thoro wero wild boasts and madmen
with knives and stones. It was horrible, horrible!" Tho speaker suddenly
relapsed into silence and remained
mute for nearly an limir, His friends
wont out with no appreciation of the
real meaning of Iho strange scene.
Some even thought thnt over-excitement from business cares had affected
his brain. They didn't sou him ntrain
fur days. Whon ho did appear ho still
woro a look that was haggard. It was
all the ellect of a single dream that
had disturbed his sleep. Within a
mouth Black Friday enmu. Jny Oould
stnnds alono of all tho company to-day-
murder, social dishonor or financial
disaster havo como to all tho rest, from
Jim Fisk to Henry Smith.—*N, Y.
Times.
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at T. N. I'mrMii -ft <«'«., *nlr f-gfnM for
lln> Hnlnlnnil. al « rt«, rarti, le
musicians, had declared further that tho
instruments of this compnny were superior to any they had over seen, beard, or
examined. With such a compliment
fmm such a source, in addition to their
success at this Exhibition, the Company
ought to feet content.
[T. II. Pearson ft Co., New Westminster, aro agents for these fine Organs
in British Coiumbin. Pci-boiib proposing
to purchase should not fnil to communicate with thom* Sample organs on view.
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seDOtc New York Stoek Exchange.
The cash value of tbe annual transactions of Now York stock-brokers defies ordinary comprehension. On Fob.
25,1881,721,303 shares of stocks on the
regular list weru sold on tho floor of
the Exchange, 8-18,04.0 shares on November 22,1882, and 3,022,407 in tho
week ending March 20, ISSl. Tho
largest single sale recorded iB that of
W. H. Vanderbilt to a syndicate of
American and foreign bankora and railroad operators. Public sentiment being decidedly averse to tho control of
tho New York Central Railroad by a
single family, he, in deference to it,
gold leas than half his interest in it.
But what he did sell amounted to the
enormous sum of thirty million dollars,
Ono hundred and fifty thousand shares
at 120, wero sold outright, nud tho
option of a hundred thousand moro nt
the same price was subsequently taken
up by tho samo purchasers. Tho securities daily bought and loaned are
paid for by chocks on oity banks. Tho
yearly business of the New York Clearing-house exceeds fifty billion dollars,
and the principal pnrt of this is from
the transactions of the Now York
Stock Exchange. Tho London system
of settlements twice a month by the
payment of differences has failed of
adoption in'our cliief money mart, and
is certainly neither so safo nor so judicious as that of cash payments.
The methods of business in this national monetary institution are precise, positive and suited to its nature.
At D.G0 a. m. the members may enter
the Bonrd Room; at 10 tho gavel of
tho presiding officer announces that it
js open for business; at 3 p. m., precisely, it is closed. A Gno of fifty dollars is imposed for each offence in public trading bofore or aftor these hours,
and any contract thus mndo will not
bo recognized or enforced by the governing committee.
Collected in groups, liko spring
chickons in n rural boarding-house
keeper's hen-yard, New York Central,
Northwestern, Milwaukee and St.
Paul, boing special points of attraction,
no sooner doss the gavel fall than a
dozen blending thunder-storms break
loose. Tho air is rent by explosive
cries, shrieks, yells, bouts, irregularly
rising and falling in gusts ungovernable, broken only by the deep bellow-
ings of broad-chested sons of Boanerges. And thus for five long hours the
tempest rages, with accompaniment of
flitting forms, fierce gestures, uplifted
hands, tossing heads, and other inexplicable confusions that shroud tho
innocent spectator in appalliug mystery. Here and there aro individuals
cool and collected as if in church, but
they only throw the anarchic uproar
into more striking relief. "Mad, airs!
—mad aa March hares!" But there is
wondrous method in this; madness.
Each offers tho stock he has to sell—
cries it loudly, number of shares, price.
Buyers name the prices and conditions
they bid for desired stocks, Hundreds
aro vociferating at tho same moment;
overy ear is atteiit to what the owner
wishes to catch. The brokers take it
. all in, sometimes buy and sell without
looking at each other, so familiar ore
they with each other's voices; cry out
while scribbling momoranda, "Take
'em," "Sold," "I bought 500 of you ut
97," and afterward report to principals
who tho active traffickers were, thus
supplying them with data for guessing
at the trend of tho market. In the
Bond Room comparative order reigns,
All aro Boated. Occasionally manners
are free, laughter loud, and jokes practical. The bids and oilers to sell are
intelligible. Between bond calls the
brokers who deal in thoso securities
transact business in ouo corner of the
Board Room, to which they descend
by an elevator, with tho stock-brokers
from whom they receive orders. Tliere
tlie voices of the traffickers are torn
into tattered shred.** of sound, which
convey no mure meaning to tho uneducated ear than the gutturals of so many
Choctaws. At times the noise is terrible, especially in panics.
Heard by participants in tho crushing throng, tho sounds are distinct
enough. "Five hundred [New York
Central] at 85-at 4§." ''Take'em,"
shouts a buyer. "One hundred [Chicago and Northwestern] at 84, cash."
"Eighty-three and three-quarters for
100, with shake of uplifted hand from
buyer. "Sold," rejoins tho seller.
"Five thousand [Northorn Pacific Pro-
furred] at 42, buyer 30." "I'll give
41 for tho lot." "Sold." "Hundred
[Lake Shoro] at A, buyer 3." "Three-
eighths, seller 3, for 100," (Delaware,
Lackawanna, and Western) "—any
part of 1000 at A, cash." "One hundred at three-eighths." "I will give
117 for 500 (Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy), "Sold the lot." "I'll give
j [411] for 300" (New Jersey Central).
•Til loan 200." "I'll take 100, flat."
"Fifty [Rock Island] at '10i." ' 'Hundred at jf" "I'll soil 600 more."
"Tako 'em." "Give it for 500 more,"
"Sold." "What's the price?" (Lake
Shore). "Three-eighths-*." "What
three-eighths I" "Why, br6jj." "I'll
uive g for 1000." "Sold tho lot."
Bids are monosyllabic as possible.
Xiuiies of stocks are not vocalized in
the localities where the stocks are sold,
Brokers waste no breath iu trading.
All offers made and accepted aro binding. The securities on tho freo list
aro not culled unless asked for.
Hales are eithor for cash, in which
caso delivery is made on the samo day
at or before 2:15 p. m., or in the regular way, when delivery is made on the
day following, or ou time, usually
throe, ten, thirty, or sixty days, Moro
frequently option sales are for throe
days; when stuck is cliqued they may
hu for thirty or sixty duys, In option
sales the delivery of the stock within
tho specified time may be at the buy
er's option or at the seller's option. It
must be within sixty days at the longest. In all option contracts extending
over three days twenty-four hours' notice must be givon, not later than 2
p. in., before securities can be delivered or demanded,—if. Whealley, in
Harper's Magazine,
Thcodotc Parker's Advice (o
a Young Man.
m.
Young Man—"I came in answer to
tho advertisement." Dentist—"Are
yon of a cheerful disposition?" "Sir,
I could laugh at a funeral and play
chequors in a graveyard." "I think
you'll do. I want a young man of
good addreu to issue forth from the
operating room at 10-minuto intervals,
looking as if ho enjoyed it, I think
it will tond to encouraifo the roal victims."
Two hundred public houses in London wero watched betwoen tho hours
of 0 nnd 12, on a recent Saturday
night, for the purpose uf seeing how
many perioral entered them. The
count showed that they wero visited
by 80-008 persons—men, women and
children—during the three hours.
The following letter was written by
Theodore Parker to a young man who
was starting out upon his tirst soa
voyage. It was placed in our hands,
Bays the Christian Register, a few days
since; and us it has never been in
print wo have asked permission to publish it. It reveals one sido of Theodore Parker's character, which is not
familiar to those who think of him
only as an ardent controversialist. It
is a letter filled with golden advice for
a young man entering a vocation exposed to great temptations. Tho letter had a lasting influonco upon the
life of this young man, who rose to be
a captain, and wbo always folt grateful
to Mr. Parker for tho advice ho had
given bim. There are fow young men
starting out In life, whatever thoir
vocation, who might not profit by his
counsel:
Boston, July 7,1851
MY Dkak Fjuknd. — Your mother
told mo that you aro soon to leavo her
and all the tender ties of homo and
go out to seek your fortune in tho
world. She wished mu to say a word
of counsel to you at this timo. I am
glad to do so, as I remember well the
timo when 1 first left my father's house
to find a homo elsewhere. I was
younger than you aro and went to
teach a little village school. Let me
say a few words to you, which my own
experience suggests.
I supposo you wish to be rich. Most
young men have a longing for riches;
and most old men, too. I don't think
riches desirable 1 should bo sorry to
havo inherited wealth. But a competence is desirable, is indispensable.
Well, the way to got it is by forethought to plan, industry to execute,
and prudence to keep the earnings of
your work. I should always wish to
get what I earned, but never to take
moro than I had honestly, fairly, really
earned. I am auro that, with forethought, industry and prudence, you
cannot fail to get a competence. All
that you get more than sufficient fortune is commonly a misfortune. A
competence is not hard to get.
But the best thing which you can
get iu life is not money nor what
money brings along with it. A great
estate is not worth so much as a good
man. You are here in this world to
become a good man—a wise man, u
just mail, an affectionate man, a religious man. This is the one thing
you will carry out of this world into
the next. Money will make you acceptable to man; manhood—I mean
wisdom, justice, afiectioiiateness, and
religion—will mako you welcome to
God and blessed by Him forever.
Your business is one help to obtain
that manhood, but business alone will
not givo it to you, You must work
for your manhood as much for your
money, and tako as much pains to get
it, and to keep it too. Tho first thing,
then, is to keep clear of certain vices.
As yet, you hardly know the temptations which will come upon you. But
thero are three things which you must
set your face against nt once and forever—intemperance, gambling and licentiousness. Theso throe vices ruin
thousands of young men every year.
To some persons, porhaps lo most
young men, the temptation to somo
one of these is very powerful. Resist
theso throe, and you will do pretty
well in this period of life.
Now, I would not recommend you
to be gloomy, and sour, and stiff I
hope you will be cheerful, lively, even
gay and mirthful; all that belongs to
your period of life. But you can be
all this without sin; you need not put
a sting in your heart to torment you
forever. Trust me, thore is littlo
real pleasure in anythiug whieh your-
conscience forbids,
Then you watit to cultivate your
mind. This you can do in part by
reading valuable books, aa you havo
leisure and opportunity. I have
always found a good deal of time for it
at sea. Forethought, industry and
prudence, will help you here as much
as in getting money. I used to find it
a profitable thing to keep a journal, m
which I wrote down what I saw that
was remarkable, what 1 read, what I
thought, I believe you will find tins
pleasant and profitable, too. Especially if you visit foreign countries—whore
everything is remarkable to a stranger
—you.will find advantage in this. In
regard to reading, I would wish to be
familiar with the history of America,
with the lives of its great men; then,
with tho history of England, aud the
lives of its great men; nnd next, with
the writings of the best authors in
English aud American literature, All
this you can accomplish iu the course
of a few years—bofore you are thirty,
and not encroach on your proper business or your proper pleasure, and not
injure your health.
One more thing I must say—I think
there is no real and satisfactory happiness in life without religion. I nm
not a sour, malignant man, wishing to
cloud over the morning of life. But I
wish to prolong its sunshine forever.
I am not at all superstitious, For this
very reason I think moro of the value
of religion. It is a restraint from
doing wrong, an encouragement to do
right, and a great comfort at all times
of life, I do nut moan by religion a
certain form of belief, nor a certain
ritual, joining a church or anything of
that sort. But I do mean a respect
for your uwn nature, and obedience to
its laws. I mean a lovo of truth, a
love uf justico, a love of man na yourself, and of Cod with all your mind
and conscience, and hoart, and soul.
You can easily cultivate your religious nature—as easily as your mind.
One of the best helps that I know of is
this—to sot apart a few minutes of
every day to commune with yourself
and with your God, Suppose it is at
night before you sleep, or iu tho morning beforo you go tu work. Thon it iB
well to review all tho actions of tho
day—tho deeds, the words, even the
thoughts and feelings, and nsk if they
are such as God cau approve. If not,
thou resolve tu do such things no
more, and in your prayer tn ask the
help of God for the futuro. Trust mo,
this will be of great avail. No man
can faithfully pursue this course without great growth in manly excellence.
You will nevor repent the pains ynu
take to bu a great, a good, and a religious man.
The prayers of your father aud mothor will no with yuu in your new enterprise. Absent from their sight, you
will still live in tlieir heart of hearts;
and thoir highest earthly wish will be
that you will pruve yourself a noble
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-bTOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN THAT
1.1 we Intend to mnke application to tlio
Chief Commissioner iif Lands nnd Works
for permission to purchase two unsurveyed Islands In tlio Frasor Hlver, lying
to tho west of Lots 20 nnd HI, Group 2, nnd
(■mitutnliiL- {5UI ucres, moro orless.
BOYD NORMAN,
JOHN SIMPSON.
Ladner's Landing,B.O.
July Mil, 188.5. 2Bu2ni
ISTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IH HEHEHY GIVEN THAT
i.1 application will bo mnde to the legislature of Uritish Columliia nt Hs noxt
session on behalf of the settlers nnd owners of Innd situate nt Mntsqnl Prnirlofor
nn net for their relief against the "Sumns
Dyking Ad, 1878," nnd tlio "Sumns Dyking Amendment Act, IKS*l,»mid tp declare
forfeited nil rights nnd privileges grunted
or purported tobegrunled to E. h. Derby
or Ills nssigns by the wild nets nr either of
them, nml to repeal such nets.
Miilsu.nl, Mareh Oth, 1885. mhlltd
Nonoa
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will bo mude to tho Legislative Assembly of Uritish Columbia, at
Its next session, for an net to amend the
net Incorporating the New Westminster
and Port Moody Telephone (to,; (Limited),
sons to nulhorlzo the snid ('ompuuv to
extend Its lines nf telephone from the Citv
of Now Westminster lolJrnnvllli', Ilurrnrd
Inlet,und tlienee lo Moodyville, Hastings,
and oilier places on or in tlio vicinity of
Hurrurd Inlet.
J. c. ARMSTRONG, President,
h,h. DOANE, Hec.-Trens.
New Westminster, Sept. 5,188T>.  5se2m
«l
Lot Nu. 4, Hlock MX, ill Ih.- (Ily or Sew
W-'rifiiiliiKli'r.
A CERTIFICATE OK INDEFEASIBLE
Title tollie above mentioned lot will
be Issued to Laurent Guichon on the Bird
day of January, 188(1, unless In tlio nicnn-
thne ii valid objection thereto be made to
tho undersigned tn writing by somo pop-
son claiming an ostlitoor interest in said
lot or some part thereof.
H. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Olliee,
New Westminster, 21st Od., 1835.
aloeflm
Sidney Smith said to his vestry, in
roferonee to a block pavement proposed
to be built around St. Paul*: "All
vou have to do. gentlemen, is to put
your heldl together end the thing ii
done." II,
Willi a desire for your prosperity
and success in life, believe ine truly
your friend.      Thkodohb Pahickr.
Minister—"My dear brethren, in
this warm, oppressive weather, I can
excuse a little drowsiness during my
sermon, but I do wish you would tr:
to keop awake while the collection i
being taken up."
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In perfect order, nml prints a sheet
2*1 x 311 in.; witli roller cylinders, roller
cores, moulds, ke.
A GUILLOTINE
Paper CUTTER
Thirty-two inch knife, anil in good
order.
'-'Tliirsi; macliines will be sold at a
great bargain, as tbey have boen replaced
by others.
Apply to
D. HOBSON 4 CO.
jyjijtc New Westminster.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to   no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
 SOLE AGENTS FOR	
The Henry F, Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
Tlie Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
Ami agents for all tlie leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly and cheaply
as at any othei establishment in the
Province.
-AGENTS   FOR	
Confederation Life Assurance Co.,
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co.,
-Agents for First-Class	
in
Tlie Northwest Quuriff or Section Itt
Township S, In (In; Ill*hid ol' Sew
WcHimliiHicr.
WHEREAS, tlio Coi'tlfloato of Tlllo of
Fetcrnrodle to l henbove mentioned
quarter section of land, hns been lost, and
application lias boen mado fora duplicate
thereof. Notice is 1 herefore hereby ul ven
thut sin'li duplicate cert I ilea te will be Issued unless cause be shewn to thocontrary
within one month from the dnte hereof.
It. Vf. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 21st Oct., 1885.
2loeim
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
THE REO irr, AT IONS FOR THE OPEN
Competitive Examination for the
Civil Sorvice lu India, in 1880, cnu be seen
ut this ollice, on application.
JNO. ROBSON,
2-ioolm Provlnclnl Secretary.
EOT ICE*
THURSDAY, THE Urn NOVEMBER,
having been set apart nnd appointed
by His Excellency the (Jowrnor-Gonornl
In Counell as a day of General Thanksgiving throughout the Dominion, the Public Ol.ices will bo closed on Mint day.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflico,
Llilli October, lkSo. MocJt
PiioViNCiAT. Skcuktauy's Opkick,
18th August, 1885.
WHEREAS, the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council Iscmiiowercd.ttudortho
"Public School Act, im," to ereato Sehool
Districts, in addition to thoso ulroiidy existing, and to ilollne the boundaries thereof; ft Is hereby untitled thut His Honour
bus been pleased to ercnto tho tract of
laud enclosed within the undermentioned
bminilnrles n School District, under tho
title of the "Heaver Point School PlHlrlol,"
vlz:-*
Coininetielng at the point in which the
western boundnry of Hen. 88, Salt Spring
Islnnd, reaches (lie sea; thenco duo south,
to Fulfonl Harbor; thence enstorly nnd
along the sen-shore to the point of commencement; and Including Russell,Portland nud Moresby Islands.
Also, that Ills Honour bus been pleased
(.« direct (lint tho houndnrles of "Hurgoyne
Buy School District" ho re-deilnod, as
follows:—
Commencing ut the norlh-westcornorof
"Heaver Point School District"; thenco
due went to the soa-slioroj thence southerly and along the son-shore to Fulfonl
Harbor; tlienee north, nlong the western
boundary line of "Beaver Point School
Dislrlci," to Ibo point of commencement.
Also thnt His Honour hns been plensed
to direct Mint the boundaries of "Vesuvius
Sehool Dlstrlel." be re-iletlncil, as follows:
All Mint portion nf Salt Sprlrig Islnnd
slinati-il nortii of the northern boundary
line of" liu r;:oy no Hay School District."
Also, that Ills Honour has been pleased
to direct That I lie boundaries of "J-unglcy
School Dlslrlet" be iillered and rc-dellned,
us follows:—
Commencing ut. the nortii-casl eornerof
Section il'iI,Township !l, New Westminstor
Dlslrlet; thenco south tothe centre of the
eastern boundary lino or section 24, Township K, of said dlstrlel; Ibence duo east, to
BOOK, JOB
•-AND-
Of Every Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
-AT  THK-
"I
The Sorlli-Knslcrly Hnir or lot So.  M,
Block XII. In tlie Clly or New Wesl-
minster.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above mentioned hnlf of
said Lot will be Issued lo William R.
Lewis, on the 21st day of November, 1883,
unless in tlie meantime, n valid objection
thereto, ho made lo the undersigued in
writing by some person claiming nn
estate or Interest in said land or some
part thereof,
It. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Lnnd Registry Otlleo.
Now West in I list or, 18th Aug., 18S5.
lOnu'tm
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN ADEALERIN
Fruit ami Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. C.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TB IN-
L form the people of British Colujmbln
that he lias established a Nursery nt Ladner's Landing, and is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Sinnll Fruits,
Ae. Trees imported or home grown nccording to the wishes of customers, Tlio
subsorloor hns had a thorough practical
training lu the business, uud having u
HOi'miinent stake in tho country It is his
Interest to deal fairly with the public. Ho
will wall upon the various towns and set-
Moments shortly, nnd all orders will hnvo
his personal attention.
iiulSle 15. HUTCHERSON.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
in the Hatter ot llic Enllllr «r MAIM KL-
US MHII.UI>, Deceased.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER MADE
herein bythe HonourableMr,Juatlco
MK'i-elghl, dnted tho (1th dny of February,
im,
NOTICE Is hereby given that lenders
will be received by .Mr. Ml'STArK A.Jknns,
administrator herein, at Ills ollice in tlie
Court Honso, New Westminstor, until
noon on the ttt li ilny ot November, ltw"l,
for the purchaso of Lot No. 550, Group l,
In the District of New Westminstor.
This lot is sllualo nearly opposite Popcum, and is well Improved. House and
good orehanl. *
Tho highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Full particulars as lo property and conditions of side may be hnd ou application
to E, A. Jen ns, Ail m I n 1st rntor, or to Messrs,
Corbould* McColl, Solicitors for Administrator, New West m ilister. Toelm
D.
Importer and Dealer in
Family tones!
—ANII—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deano'. Brick Blook,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
min
SHIPPING   RKCKIPTS.
DEEDS* MOHTU'liKU,
BILLS OF SALE,
GUSTOS HOUSE BLANKS,
LEASES, PROM. NOTES,
ORDERS, RECEIPTS,
Ami all kinds of Blank Book, and Blank
Forms on hand.
 All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS *
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly recoived,  Subscriptions taken
for any Publication at lowest rates.
AT We Import direct from mnnufao
turers, and cannot be undersold in this
Province.
NOTICE.
tbo western boundary of "Eust Lnmiioy
School District;" tlienco In n right fine,
north, to the north-oust corner of Section
10,Township 12, of suid district; theuce
west, to tho western boundnry line of said
township; thence duo south, to point of
commencement.
Also, that Ills Honour hns been pleased
to direct Mint (bo boundaries of" Prairie
School District" be tillered und re-detlned,
ns follows:—
Commencing at tlie soulli-eiist, corner of
"Langley School District;" thenco duo
west, to t he euslern boundary Uno of Section 21, Township 8, Now Westminster
District; thonee south,in n right line,to
the south-west corner of Section 27, Township 7,of suld district; tlienee due enst, to
the south-oust eornerof .Section ^Township 111, of said district; thence north,Inn
right line, to point of commencement.
By Command,
JNO. "ROBSON,
HJuu Provincial Secretary
Grand Colonial Exhibition
IN LONDON, ENC, 1886.
FIFTY-FOUR THOUSAND FEET
RESERVED FOR CANADA.
FIRST ROYAL EXHIBITION COMMISSION SINCE ISitti.
dditipu pfiiimpim
UIIMIUII UULUIIIUI
Bill Heads,
|  '':■■
Circulars,
r|UII4 COLONIAL AMI INDIAN KXIII-
1   lilti™ In be hold Iii LONDON, Bug-
linirl,commencing Mny lsl, isnit, tsintunu-
w
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt wo
_ "    g application to the
Chief Commissioner of l.iiuds and Works
ed to be on a scale of grent iniiL-uitude,
lm vIim for object to murk an epoch in Mie
relations of all Mie purls of tho British
Empire with each other.
In order to give becoming significance
to trie event, u Hovul Commission is issued
for the holding of this K.\ hi billon, for the
Oral llmoslnco 1802: and ills Roynl Highness the princes of Wales has been appointed President by Her Majesty.
The verv lnrge space of iVi-000 square feot
I, i- hi.-, ti  ,11..ii-l i . Hi.  1 1 1 i'mii*
iiiIii by Mioconiiniiud of the President His
Royal Highness. ,   , .
This Exhibition is to he purely Colonlnl
nud Indian, nud uo competition from the
United Kingdom or from foreign nations
will be permitted, the object being lo exhibit In (lie world at lnrge wlmt tlio Colonies can do. _.    ,,
The grandest opiiorlnnllj* everotlered to
Canndn is thus uilorded to show Ihedlstln-
gulsbod place she occupies, by the progress
shehnsiiiaileluAiiiucui.TtmK.ln Jloirri-
noi/runn, In the Inihistiiiai. und Fisk
Ain.s.iiitheMANUKArTmtisolNDUsritiKS,
inthcNr-wi'sT.lMi'novKMKM-s l.v Manu-
KArrnti.vi; Machinkiiy aud Iiipi.kmknts,
lu Publio Wokkb by Mohbi.s nnd Designs: also in and adequute display of her
vasi recouroos in the f-iskbkiks* and iu
FoHKsi-and MINERAL wealth, and also 111
SHIPl'IKO. .    ,
All Canadians Qf ull parlies nnd classes
are invited to oome forward nnd vio with
each other on endeavouring on this great
occii«Ioii to imi Cimiidn In her true plnco
us tlie premier colony of the Uritish Empire, nnd to cstiibllsh her proper position
before tlie world.
Everv furmer, every producer, and every
munufaciurer hns Iittoroflt In assisting,]!
having been already domonmrutod tliat
extension of trndo always follows such
efforts.
Ily onler,
'      JOHN LOWE,
Sec. of the Dopt, of Agriculture.
Ottawa, 1st Sept., 1885. »e23tc
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following described lands situated lu Now Westminster District!
1. Commencing nt a post on tho shore of
GUIIcs tiny, Texndu Islnnd, ubout one
milo N. W. of Shelter Point, extending
along thc shore for a dlstanco of lliu
chains, with a depth of 80chains,containing 128U ucres, more or less.
2. Commencing at n post on the North
sliore of t'ardero Channel, nearly opposite
Deiibum Island, extending along the
shore forn distance of 100 chains, with a
deptli of 1(10 ehnins, containing 101)0 acres,
more or less.
;t, Commencing at n stake on the shore
of Hemming liny, Thurlow Island, ubout
one-half mile West of Juekson Point;
thonee following the shore line Mlchnlns;
tlienee In a N. W. direction ate ehulns;
thence Enslerly I'M ehulns; thenco smith
to point of commencement, containing
iifjOO ucres, more or less.
HASTINGS SAW MIM, CO'Y,
Uli'Iin. H. Al.KXANDRIt,
Manager.
Hu mud Inlet, II. C, Wth July, 1884.
milfllc
DSTOTICE
XS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I INTEND
to uppiv to the Chief Commissioner of
Uiiids nnd Works for permission to lense
for umbering purposes the following described lunds situate nenr Johiistono
Straits, East const of Vancouver Island:
Commencing at a stake on tho shore of
a laleo about VA miles south from John-
stoui'Sli-iills, I hence east, lllchnilis; thenco
south,'Jil chains; thence west,'JO chains:
tlienee south, Kl) chnins; thence west, I'M
ehulns; tbi-iice north, 40 chains: tlienco
east, UN) chains; thence north, 110 chnins,
more or less, to the lake shore; tlienco
following the sliore line lu au easterly direction to tbu point of coinmuucumont,
eontulning 700 acres more Or IMS.
mcllAUDir. ALEXANDER.
Mnnnger Hustings Saw Mill Co,
llurrard Inlel.ll. 0„
2lst Octobor, 1885. Zioelin
Letter Heads,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Envelopes,
■ostotioe.
T, R. PEARSON & 00„
COLUMBIA   STKEET,
New   Weitminiter, B. C.
((•Mo)
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Csneral UorohudisBl
A largo Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Say and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
M0(111 AKD COAL lllJtlVUHUIl TO
am' 1'aiit or thk nn.
Wo vim two ulngon (lally.CXCOplBunilnys,
lo Port Mooily, cnrrylne H.M.S. mulls.
An no liquor or tobacco Iniweil wo cun by
temperate Imblta and careful economy
servo tho publio at especially low rates.
HoOOto
N(
OTIOE IH HEltEBY OIVEN THAT
_.-*, lu eomnliaiieo with Hpetlon ■!, Timber
Sot. 1884,1 intend to upply to the Chief
Commlsslonerof Lands und Works forn
I*Ieonsolooiitnnil carry nwny timber from
the following described C'mwn Lnnds,
staked off by mo previous lo the dntc or
this applicnllon.
Commending ut fl stake on tho enst
boundnry lino of Lot four hundred nnd
OlBhly-sfx M80), Group one (1). Now Westminster District, ninnlm* thonco enst,
ii)|c!iulns; tlienee north, eighty ehnins;
thence west to the oust arm of S(|lllimlsh
River; tlienee southerly along snid arm to
the nortii boundary llneof snid IjnHW.
Group I; nud thenoo along the nortii nnd
east boundnry lines of suld lotto the point
of commencement.
PHIL MoMAHON.
New Westminster. Und Oct.. 1855.
Hoolm
CAREFULLY SELECTED
SEEDS
If you wnnt good, icIinMo (Janlin, Fnrm
or Flower Seeds, sontl lo
ROBERT EVANS & 00.,
Seed Mcrflinnf. nml Growers,
HAMILTON, ONT.
Catalogue froo on application.     fe7to
AND ALL KINDS OF PLAIN OR
COLORED WORK.
RULINCJ!
Done on the Premises.
Our facilities are far beyond those of any
other Establishment on the Mainland
and our prices will compare
with those of Viotoria.
D. EOBSON & CO., - Proprietors,

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