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 THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IB PUBLISHED	
Every Wednesday & Saturday*
— li r —
D. ROBSON  Su CO.
OFFICE, OOLUMBIA STREET. ENTMMOE TO EOI-
TOMAL AND BUSINESS PEPAITMEHT THROUGH T. R.
Pearson & Cos. Book A Stationery Store.
TEBMS-By Mall, $3 a year f tl 50 Tor 6 moi.t
91 for 3 mot. i payable In Advance. Dellvcre-]
byOarrleror Agent, 91 per quarter, payable
quarterly to Onrrler or Ageut.
AGENTS
T. N. Niiren A Co. Viotoria
T. R. Hum* A Co Vail
L. P. FISHER  Ailvr "*[rk Aj-ent, 21 Merchant1!
Kxcuatiijo, San i'i. .u.-lwso, Is iuitUurlsi--I to receivo
Advertisements tor ulita paper.
T11IO   DjIDCD  may be flrnnd on file Bt
I Mo rArtn o». p. rowohaoo.-b
Newapaper Advertising Bureau(10 Sprncu St,),
whore ailrnrtlBlngcimtractn may be inailo fur it In
NKW YORK.
liu $ritwh Columbinn.
NulHrduy Mora I ng,  Nov.   1, IIWI.
current Events and Opinions.
There are two ar three important
facta elicited hy the interview of Sir
•John MacdoimM in New York
whieh nre or ought to be of absorbing interest to tho people of tho
Northwest und of the United States.
In thu firat place, if this country
takes no steps to establish a line of
steamers by subsidy or otherwise to
Japan tin J China, till the trade of
these rich countries will he ubsorbed
by Great 'Britain, and most of it
will puss across this country or Europe, In the next place. Sir John's
statements are u fair warning to
! American lines of railway that they
are to have formidable competition
hy the Canadian Pacific for the control of the Oriental commerce, It
is a specific notification to tlie
Northern Pacific Railroad that it is
not to have a monopoly of the Puget
Sound trade even after it has gone
to the enormous expense of building
the Cascade division of its road. To
an outsider it looks very much like
a warning to tho Northern Pacific
that it hail better stioure ut once a
base of operations at Portland whioh
may uot be disturbed by future
changes and negotiations, for if it
fails in this and ultimately should
have to depend on tho Cascade
branch for its western terminus, it
will have a very narrow uud contracted future. Especially nfter its
formidable rival, the Union Pacific,
secures access to Portland and becomes a bidder for its business.—
Portland IVcivs.
Is it possible for the Canadian Pa-
1 cilic to compute successfully for a
f. poition. At least, of tho Eastern
if trade which now pusses through the
;,1 Suez Cinal 1 These are important
| questions; to tho citizen* of VVinni-
BF peg because wo cannot fail   to profit
'<• Ity nu OMtolialoiltuE kilt) U»IT)'tllg tnult'
.'of our great mi I road artery, and to
the people of tlie Dominion because
| on tho solution depends to no incon-
ft aiderablo extent the fn title of the
;Jt national enterprise. There appears
V no good reason why the Canadian
A Pacific should not handle a very
di*large proportion of this business,
51 more especially as between tho Pacific coast and'New York it hab an
I advantage of 204 miles in its favor
as against the United States system
of railroads, and as between  Japan
and New York it has an advantage
of   eight hundred miles over the
, Union nnd Central Pacific routes.
J Then for the European  trade the
-1.' port of Montreal will  be 250 miles
■\ nearer the Pacifio coast than New
2*York,  while it will have also the
/j advantage of the shorter ocean voy-
(f age, both on tho Pacific and on the
| Atlantic.   Tho estimate, us already
li' published, is   that   the   Canadian
'route will oiler English importers a
'gain of some ten days in the hauling
of their imports from China nnd Ja-
j pnn, as against tho Suez route.    Is
the saving of time sufficient inducement to offset the disadvantages of
breaking bulk and increased cost of
transportation by rail aud water as
against thu water   route?    Upon
favorable answers  to these pioposi-
tions tho success of the scheme very
much  depends.    Of the  American
trade we should unquestionably have
the bulk;  of   the European, and
more important, it is not so easy to
Bpeak with confidence.   There tire u
good many interests with which the
Canadian project will come in contact when nn effort  is mnde to float
it in England.   And, when successful, it will be the work of time to
divert traffic from its present channels.    Still,  with    the   advantages
which appear to exist in our favor,
success must ultimately he obtained,
— Winnipeg Sun.
1
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 26
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.t SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1,-1884.
NUMBER 35
■ Against noun inn tion .aa n means of
perpetuating the Senate, Mr. Blake
has at last entered a protest, He
docs not propose to abolish tho Senate, but to employ some mode of
■ election, whether direct or indirect
. ho does not sny.   Whnt he claims is
that tho people should resume thn
power of selection ; bnt it docs uot
follow thnt the power should be ex*
' oroised in the form of direct election. Ono of Mr, Blake's objections
to the existing constitution of the
Senate is that nomination ia liable
to overthrow the balance of parlies,
so far as to give everything to one
party and nothing to another. This,
it seems, was at one timo very
near coming to pass in Quebec.
Mr. Jolly, when he took office, had
to rely on the services of two dissatisfied Conservatives,without whom
ho would not have been able to make
wishes of thn Government known in
the Senate. And the same state of
things   might   happen at Ottawa.
Senators, Mr. Blake observes, remain after their creators have lost
public confidence. But worse than
this happens. Men are not (infrequently appointed to the Senate
after having lost, if they ever enjoyed, public confidence. At best,
they represent only the party leaders to whom they owe their appointments. They can show no valid
title to legislate for the nation. The
selection of old men for Senators is
the least fault of the system* but
the appointment of men whom the
constituencies have rejected tends to
antagonize the will of the eleetors.
Such appointments are "not merely
not representative: they are in direct opposition to the natural workings of the representative intern.
But tho Senate is not to Ue reforgicd
without a vigorous and persistent-
effort. A chance reference to the
subject in an occasional speech will
not bring about a change. Will Mr,
Blake, now that he has put his hand
to tho plough, go on till success
crowns his exertions?—The Week.
More Eiherlc Vapor.
(Plillmlelplila Timet-.)
John W. Keely, the inventor, Inst
evoning gave a private exhibition of
tho power of his mysterious motor in
the presenco of a party of prominent
New York capitalists, who came over
to witnssa the experiments upon the
invitation of F. Q. Green, the president of tho Keely Motor company.
Tho result uf the experiments wns
vory satisfactory, although thoy wore
but a reproduction of previous tests
mndo by Mr. Keely in the presence of
tlio Motor company. In his first experiment Mr. Keoly charged his con-
orator with twu goblets of wator, which
ho injected into tlio reservoir by means
of his mouth. Iu loss thnn tivo seconds ho charged the receiver with tho
ctheriu vapor. Ho communicated tho
forco through n long, slender, hollow
brass tube to a piston cnpablo of withstanding a pressure of 28,000 pounds
to the square inch. The piston operated a lovor, upon one end nf which
was a big iron bail weighing 570
pounds. With ono expulsion of the
vapor this great weight wus lifted us
easily as though it woro a feather.
Mr. Keoly then addod to the long arm
ofthe lover anothor iron ball weighing 112 pounds, making the total
weight 082 pounds. A second expulsion of vapor was mndo in two seconds
by simply turning n stopcock on the
generator, and the two iron balls silently moved upwards, allowing thnt
iho vapor waa exerting at tho piston
Hff.rcu nf 11.7.30 pouurls to the stiunre
inch. Two gentlemen of the party
thon stepped on the long arm of the
lovor, and were
ALSO EASILY  LIFTED UP,
tlio pressure shown nt llio piston being
over 10,000 pounds to tho Btputre'inch.
Mr. Keoly's next experiment was with
the motor gun ho recently usod at
Sandy Hook. The first bullut, of
lead nearly an inch iu diameter, was
projected through two blocks uf wood
each three inches thick and placed ouo
foot apart. Tho holes in the wooden
barricades wore as clean ns though
bored by an nugur, Tho barrel of' tho
gun was not heated by the projection
of the missiles. Several shots wero
fired and the bullets were flattened
out ns big ns a saucer and ns thiu as
pnpor against a steel barricade. Somo
of tha gentlemen presont were afraid
tho gun would burst, so great was tho
powor of propulsion developed, and
sought refuge behind the large motor
ns yot uncompleted. The third experiment waB with tho small fifteen
horse-power motor. Tho connection
with the motor aud the generator was
made only aftor considerable delay, it
boing found necessary to do considerable soldering of tho joints in the
tubo lending from one machine to tho
othor. Finally, shortly boforo midnight, this was accomplished, tho ctheriu vapor was turned ou and
THE MOTOR MOVED OFF
as easily and regularly as if operated
by a steam engine. Keely regulated
tho revolutions nt will. ElFurta woro
made to stop the revolutions of tho
motor by moans of an iron crowbar,
but woro without effect, Tho motion
was not perceptibly affected. In
many respects it was the most successful exhibition ol tho motor ovor
given, A very high and uniform rate
of speed was shown, aud it waB demonstrated by scientific tests that thu
powor developed was enormous —
sufficient to operate with equal oasu a
500 horsepower machine. Tho gentlemen present woro delighted with
tho experiment. Tho final exhibition
was that of an iugunious contrivance
dovised by Mr. Keely to display a
simple application of the etherlo vapor. It consists simply of a rod of
metal running from n very small receiver. Ouo end of tho rod was
tilaced against tho support of u hol-
tiw brass globe sot uu an axis. By
hitting tho roccivor and intensifying
tho vibrations uvor tha rod the hollow
globo was mado to revolve so rapidly
as to produce a sound like that mado
by a buzz-saw, Threo cheers woro
given for Mr. Keely nt the und of tho
experiment.
Tea-Leavks for Varnished Paint.
—Save the spent tea-leavos for a fow
days, then stoop thom in a tin puil or
pnn for half au hour; strain through a
sieve, nnd uso tho tea for all varnished
paints. It requires very little elbow*
polish, as thu tea acts as a strung detergent, cleansing tho paint from all
impurities and making it equal to new,
It cleans windows nud studies and oilcloths—indeed, nny varnished surface is improved by its application.
It washes window-panes and mirrors
much buttor than wator, nud is excellent for cleaning black walnut aud
looking glass frames. It will not do
to wash unvarnished paints with it.
T.
H. MATHERS, M. D.
Residence—St. John street, opposite tlio
Public Srliool, New Westminster,
inhl5*tc
C,
N. TREW, M.D, M.C.P. AS..O.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Burgeon E O, Penitentiary, Burgeon New
Westminster Jail, Coroner for Ifie Distriot,    OmcB- -Corner of Clarkson nntl
McKensle Streets,    Resilience, Mnry Ht.
sfl-15-tc
H
M. COOPER, D. A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & BURGEON.
OFFICE nnd RESIDENCE-Churoli St.
(noxt door to Farmers' Home), nenr
Columbia St,, Now Westminster, 11.0.
OFFICE HOURS-"* to 10a. in.; Ito8and
am to ti p. m, Calls In town uml country promptly attended to, fettle
JOHN 8. McGUIRE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. '
Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, hh
also Assistant Surgeon Into Honorable
Enst India Company Service, wishes to
nnnmince to tlio people of Ullooet District tbat be bus taken up bis residence
ut CLINTON nnd opened a d rug store. All
com mn lent Ions by mnll promptly attended to. myl"-(lm
DR. CHEAD1.K,
DENTIST,
Associated wltl. Dr, Welsb.can be found
at bis ofllce, over D. S. Curtis A Co,'* drug
store, Columbia street, Now Westminster.
Oflico hours- From Q n.m, to Itt m., mid
from 1 to fi p. m. jo2I-tc.
O
Lost,—In tins city, on I'YIday, n ring
upon which were strung ft $2M) gold
piece, _i, et. gold piece, small knife, uud
ft enrneliftii heart. Tlm Under will bo
suitably rewarded upon leaving these
articles nt T, It, I'cnmm A Co.'s,
OH BOl>LP A McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—-McKenzie street, Now Westminster, H. C.
MISS  McBRIDE
Is prepared to give
LESSONS ON THE PIANOFORTE
Also, In VOCAL MUSIC,
At the residences of pupils,      lSoolm
NURSE,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS A SHARE
of the pntronngo of the Lnttlos of
New Westminster.  Address,
Cnro of MRS. MONUK,
lSoolm Douglns Stroet
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
100 coluimiH ttml 100 engravings In
each Issue. 43rd Year. fltl.SO n Year.
Send two 3u U. S. stumps for wimple
copy [English or Herman] of the Oldest
and nest Agricultural Journal In tho
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W. Judd, Pres.
lul Brondwny. New York. Joli-tc
Tl/Tl'RRAY A PRY,
HOUSE AND SrGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsomlnlng and Paper-Hung-
lug. Shop—Clarkson streot, opposite the
New West m luster .Tai I, New Westminster,
British Coiumbin. np2-le
pOYAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHIW.IWHAOK.
First-Class accommodation for Trnvelors,
SI KM. Ml A. HAUFWK,
my21-'8l-ly Proprietress,
TITRS. M. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry ii-Hiil-i nnd Groceries, Millinery anil
I'tiiiry ttitoils.
Flrst-Clnss Dressmniter In attendance.
inyttl-'KI-ly   	
H
UtiHES A ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE nitOKERS
And Convoyanoors.   Accounts collected
and Loans wogotlntoil.   Office, Coiumbin
stroot, opposite the Post Ofllce, New Westminster, II, C.
.T. O. HUQHES, T. C. ATKINSON.
Notary Public.
JeH-tc
C. D. RAND,
Notary Public.
E. E. RAND.
Ileal Estate Brokers, Con vryanrrrs anil
in-mranre Agent*.
Port Moody nud Now Westminster Proporty n specialty.
imiosL.	
Jlyfitc
T.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Streot,.,
...New Westminster
Partlea desirous of disposing of tlieir
farms, etc., will do well to place the sume
tu the humls of the above.
All commissions will receive prompt
nud careful attention. Rest references
given when required. inh'iMi-
X\r    II.  FALDINO,
LAND, HOUSE ANDOENEUAL AGENT
Aocouiltaut, Collector, Conveyuueer,
LIKE, FIRE A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom Houso Broker.
Agent for P. T. Johnston A Co., Heedsmen,
 Victoria,—
Ami John Leuhy, Brewer, Victoria.
optncfti
McKem-li- Kt, one door from t'olunibla SI,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,
  aplD-to
It. N, CIIOASIIAII.K. A, W. JONR8,
OROASOAILE & JONES,
Real Estate Ageni n and Broktrn,
Particular ntlelitloii pnid to tho sale of
farming lands.
Money to loan at low rates of Interest on
improved fnruis,
Largo lists of town und country property
for snle.
OmuK-aoverumcntSt, near Brotiglitou,
Victoria, 11. C.      IM) box UU.        apfi-te,
Every Nan to Ills own Business
-A.-   FEE LB,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&DRU66IST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(oit. ooi.oNiAt. norm.),
NEW  WESTM1N8TE1*,  1*. 0.
I'liyslf Inns' 1'rcsf rlptlous and Film-
ll) Recipe* n Special!?.
N.  11. — Only Genuine .Drugs used.
Over twenty vntrs'exjierionce.    mr2.1
HOWSE & RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Etc. Etc
WISE'S BUILDING,
Opposite O. P. N. Oow Wharf,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
SO20JG
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jly5y!)
J. A. CALBICK,
BUIIM& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND RK-
PAIRBPROMPTLY EXECITKD.
Estimate* Furnished.  Raws Sharped and Bet.
RHOP— Merchant. Hqiiuro, Columbia St.,
New Westminster, In roar Of Thus. Oven's
Rlueksmltb Nhop, fclOte
F. KIMBLE,
CITY  BAKER
 AND	
Produce Dealer.
Columbia St.,     New Westminster.
se.-Ho
BOOTS and SHOES
FllOM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
8'iop under the new Oddfellow Hnll, Col*
umbin st.. Now Westminster.
W. M. JONES,
XOQ-GKEK, .SCO.
MUD BAY, B. C.
PIIEI'ARED TO FIJKNIHIl nll kinds
of
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
And anything In tliooeilnrlliic,
*« «;«»•»■»•«*•»* :■»•••««-»»
ijyiitf)
WEST END
1-ltUnunil Knncy
I   uuuD)   hub,  uumuu-
Aiul Confet-llouery ttlwnys on linnd.
Dnllvorett o uny pnrt of tbe Oity.
3£*£X.X."*r SX3.0S..    Columbia St reel.
    jcat-tc	
Wm. McColl
to te Wd
Two Doors!
IMtAT 18 TO SAY, UK HAH RKMOVEP
lit-l   well   ROlCtltOll fttOOlt   of   -iflierill
Mi-relum-INe lulu
Lundbom's Hlock, Columbia 81.
Wliere lie biipex tn meet nll tiUold friends
mid lots of new ones.
He wishes loenll uttentluii tn his splendid Mtoek of
MEN'S  CLOTHING
-AN!>-
Furnishing Goods
.lPi'T AHUlVJiD,
RirHiNiiNM-u-luieufof <.K<H>.ltli:-> IM»
MOVIrtlOSK euntiot be lieul In ll.ls city
fur ipinlity or prices,
Uive Iii mn cnll nml judueforyoui-rielveN,
HOlHtO
TrX-tA--*---*    XA\mmJm-mP
SALOON.
HAVING PUnCHASKD THIS tyKIitr
known HnliKin. on Oolumbln street,
wel'i*-* tunniiiiiinee Hint wc slinll Ih'kIhiI
tnt-ceulloiirold friends,
Seville MoKAY A CUIU11K.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
jOOK BINDKR, PAPER RULKR,
nnd lltnuk Rook Manufnctiirer,
K
Maps and Drawing Pnpor Mounted,
Fllca of Magazines, Illustrated Pupers,
oto,, neatly and cheaply Round.
Government stroet, Victorin, B.C.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER & -MNUMCTURER OF
w
AXD AU, KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
ILL VISIT THE  MAINLAND.
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive aud execute ordors
for all Kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos aud Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from tho Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Kcary, N. Vf,, will te*
oelvo prompt attention. jy28tc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Firi-proop Building,
yatib 8trkit,
VICTORIA, * RRITI3H COLUMHIA.
AT Liberal odvouoes made on Consignments.
To facilitate the salo of Real Estate, I
bave complete maps of Victoria, Esquimau, New Westminster aud the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock In trade, or Fuuiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of tne British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Uuiiriiiitf-i- Capital #1,00(1,000
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
Tho Security offered io policy holders Ik
uiiNtn-|>iisst--tl by any Company doing liusl-
itess iiii'ii.iiiiiii,
ii inn. iniMi.cmeKof Insurunec, but tlio
welH-xtubllKliotl lines, hence the pulley
holtler*cannot be misled ns tothulrcoti-
tracts.
Its statements to tlie public ran bo renil-
Hy understood, Its cash statement show-
lug evory Item of Income nnd how expended.
Its pOKitloiilHiiscertiiliiednnniiiilly from
a detailed valuation In which every item
of liability In included.
Its progress hns been unexuiupled In
Ihe history of insurance liH'miuda,
Its policies are IndlRpulnblo after three
years, and noii-forfeitable after two ye '
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon till ei-ult-
ublo uflsls. The profits to one class of
policy holders: nre not lessened lo give
butter profits to any other cluss, which
method atliirds superior nd vantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Llbfral-famlltlens as te KrOdmrr and
Travel.
J. K. MncDONAU),
Managing Dlreotor.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, Now Westminster.
Jo7*2mo-nltcrnnte.
COME AND SEE
Good Tunes Bave Come A^ain, Soys!
THK PKOPKIETOIt,   JAME8 TURK-
BULI., having agiiin taken possession
Ofthe TI-il'KKAVO; UOIHE fronting on
Columblu nnd (Jhurcli Sireets, opposite
EplseopnlObureli.Uityof New Wcstmin-
flter, Ii. 0., nnd now known ns the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will aecommodnte all his old friends mid
the public generally who favor him with
a call, at old prices, Bonrd per day,41.00:
Board per week, $5.00;   Single Meals, 25
.ei.l»; ll-.l-.U", i-i-uli.     »r*. hi...,m	
dntlou for Ladles and Families,    mime
Fi-esh Crauberries
PUT UP IN
Barrels or 25 Imp. Gallons,
—AND—
1-2 Barrels of 12 lum. Gallons.
get $nh ot It f ent.
FOR SALE.
QKVUN FlIiST-C'tiASS WORK  OXKN.
«o3Ic DeBBCK BROS.
farm to Rent
THK   "BH00KHUR8T  PI,ACK.» alta*
ntcd S miles from ladner's lAfidlac
and ll from New Westminster, ' *
of 104 acres of first-class land, i
for farming, and esiieclnlly
 """ *  1.  fine cba
of PH ncres of flrst-class land, well tulaptfj
'— farming, and especially adapted ter
_ dng purposes. Fine chance. Terms
easy.  Parties arc Invited to call and tn-
gracing purposes,
ensy.   Par"
spectcrop,
KYLE & TILTON,
FRONT STREET,
s.9ln Sow Wrslnlnnlrr.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Eniporimii
MOST FASUIOXABLE IS TBE CITY-
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westmiuster, B. C.      [my2li-tc.
-—DEALERS IN-
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,   B.   C.
ALARGK   STOCK   ALWAYS ON
hand.  Hoods not iu stock will l.e
ordered promptly.
Newspapers  and  Hag-axliif-i supplied from.nil parts of the world.
Jaitttc]     A. U. JOHNSTON* Manager.
-ROYAL CITY-
WOODS * TURNER,
Conveyancer*,
Keal Kfttate Agent*.,   Unit   Hurvryors.
Dranghtnuini, nid Insiiranre Ageat*.
Our property lists are now very complete, and we would call attention to the
following selections, which we are enabled to olfcr at very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed;
New Westminster Git;.
Lot 20, blook XXXII—good residence
site.
Subdivision of lot 10. block XXXV-
00x13!! feet.
Southwest J ol lot 17, block XXXVI.
NewiWestminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 and 8, hlock V—fifflded, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residence of Wi ll.
Townsend, Esq.
Uts liS and 70, block V.
Siibdii ir-innn of lots I nnd -, block 6.
KnhdivHioiis uf lots III und '.'.'I, block 7.
New Westminster District.
Gootl farms in nll pnrts.
Id") ucres on False Creek mad.
-1.1(1 acres at Matsqui—good dairy farm;
highly improved; to lw sold with (tuck
nud implements If desired,
-IH' acres at Sumns—a splendid chance
fordniry fanners.
24R acres near Ladner's lauding,
.Ll) acres on Lulu Island.
Fort Moody.
A largo nnd complete list, embracing
all parts of tho Townsite.
Land Surveying
Iu all its branches! maps compiled, tracings prepared, and nil descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to.   90 years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we nre lu a position to
give intending purchasers a correct des-
cription of tliu property oflerod.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
lhe I'heuix, of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool A London A Hlotie Insurance
Companies.
Tlio Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the United States.
Gladding, MoBeanA Co's terra cotta
chimneys and vitrified stone sewer
piping.	
OFFIUK- KlUnl's Blook, Columbia
Stroet, Nuw Westminster,
nplJ-to        WOODS A TURNRR.
mug i
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard Street,
El TBMlSfi. & I
MANUFACTU11EHS AND DKAI.KR8
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
Lumber
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
81UJN  BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OK
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
lllinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Knllinjrs.
lln I nstcrs.
Newels,
Plain k I'jinri k all Kinds of
TURNED    WORK.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
tiik mmvi mmm
IS UNDUE THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Publio that be
has purchased the ahove Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors aad Bleeping A purl*
meals are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin,
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Hon in, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with hooks and papers, is
provided for tlie use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquors, Cigars, kc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor,
THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every con*
venience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations arc unsurpassed on Burrard Inlot, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
iu British Columbia. The prospect is
charming, tbe sea breeds arc invigorating, aud tbe facilities for bathing and
boating aro excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. Tbe Bur
is entirely dctatched from tbe main
building.
IT The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence uf Mrs. Bluck,
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to mid from Nuw Westminster twice a day.
GEO. BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
FURNITURE I
THE UNDEESIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he Is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in tint-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
lias tho unly HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. unfile
O. R. & N. CO.
IlIIESTEAUEIl
"IDAHO'
WIN Hill bOtWKMI
('III II limit IWlT<llvilsu»l,Sr;ltlll',
anil liitfiiin'illiili' Purls,
US follows:
UtVI TstOJU HII, 8U1DH AT I P. H. SBSIVIIO
Ut Kl« WUTMIMTII TlllIDH MOKHIHC.
Leave New Wutmihiti* mn WumtsoAv tr
I *.»., uai.mii «t Tmimm Thiiiim, Ann-
turn,
REDUCTION OF FARES.
Niw Wistmihsiiu ro 'w Townsend, $4.00
Ssattli, - • 5,0)
Takma, • ■ • 6.00
seSo c. K. CJ,AXC'KV, Agent.
 ?£lll?„ _
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nuirlj OpiMKlte tlm I (ilunl.il Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
THK  I.ARGKST AND   CHOICEST
WMortiiiont ol .11 descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Earn*
Hies, Kestnurants, nnd Steamboats at tbe
LOWEST POSSIBLE TRICES.
FARM FOR SALE
OPPOSITE CHILLIWHACK LANDING
on the noilh side of Fraser river.
Well improved; good orchard] 400 frilR
trees; a fine lot of small fruit; 16 acres ta
timed ii}*; good house, and barn. Forfar*
titer pui-tlc-ulurN apply either by letter or
person to
It. C. GARNER,
Jly'H.c Johnson's Landing, B.C.
A A FIKHT-CLAHH DAIRY FARM.
Hltuiitcil within ono mile of Millers
liiiniifntr, Kimiii-i, conslstln*- of m mettm
prnlr e, lie fenced. «r. aeres fn meadow;
dwellinghnuw- of 7 roome; atooddlaJnr
nnd commodious ham nnd outlmildltan.
There is n muni oicluird of choice trmtM
beiirlii),'. Will he fold with or without
stock, Implement-, midlinv.   Apply to
o. c«iwtl
FOR SALE.
W. H. KEARY
Wishes to (tlnpoKc of his etrntlmmtry mmA
Boak Mori- and the i^ood will of the business. TERMS EASY, which can b# obtained on uppllcntlon to T. J. Armstrong,
Mnreh list, 1SS1. ap3*tc.
FOR   SALE.
30 Per rent. Us*» Ihin voit.
Dry Goods, Bootsl Shoes
Well adapted for u country Storo.
Onc-linlf cash; buliinceon timp.
Apply at'
scllilc OFFICE OF THIS PAPER.
FOR_SALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNERti
O Landing, on Ihe Trunk Wifpn
Road; two other roads rumiinjthrourh
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de:2lc Ladner's Landinjt.B.C.
SECOND-HAND
EJieAlrSale!
CYLINDER 8xi;i, SUITABLE
V; for direct action Saw-mill j with
Saw Arbor and two 6a Inch Spildlnf-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole It
in good order, and may be Men it the
Brunette Saw-mill, will be soli it >
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO,
New West., 20th Pec, jUS,.   [desjlc
Fashionable firewalasf llifaj!
MRS. DAVIDSON IS NOW PREPAR-
tvl to mttke dresses nnd execute Bill'
ry in tlm latest American nnd English
styteit,
Ukhiuknck; — Queen's Avenue, below
Mr. Dcunc's. oolite
TERMINUS
Livery and Stage Stables I
COLUMBIA BTIIKET,
Pool nl Douglns,   NEW WUTNIN.TH.
mi. a. Towwoiii, •Mfiimn.
*p Eiirua line «' iim.»1. r.n ■
Hjreciul oxtra Rigs when rcquiRd.
Rnddlc Horses and Buggies lor hire.
Oi'ticml Tcninliig promptly nltpndwj lo.
500 CORDS OF HBE WOOD FOU UU
iirders left nt the London Market will
lie promptly filled. ocltc
Blacksmith Shop!
Next Ewcri-a Caunorj*,
Columbia Street,   New Weitminiter.
SPEIRS A BEATON,
MACHINIST.-! AND OKNERALDI.ACK*
SMITHS.
Tlie Intest appliances in ninelilneiy and
tooln, nnd 11 Kood Job f-uiiruiitced,
Morse Blioehiffi Repairing nnd Jobbing
of every ilrserl]ilton. All tinier* promptly
nttPiided to. twite
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers!
BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS
From (10.00 to 1180.00.
BREECH-LOADING RIFLES
From 85.00 to J75.00.
REVOLVERS
From S*.'l..i0 to $38.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
All sizes, from dust to 28 ball.
Kiuie-nuck ft Curtis k Haney
Diamond Oram Powder.
Having imported direct from tbe Itt*
tory the largest stock of Gum, Rlflia mmA
Revolvers ever held in thii 1'roviitot, X
can aud will sell cheaper than any other
house in B. C, and what WEBB sajra
j'ou can rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA ST., KM MmMITIt.
Am Imwsm stMk .r I
r.ck.1 Call,rjr ..* Tatatrralit.-
drlcs, and r.«r7 CwMls. .ullki
«'*••"•• NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Mooting Choral Union
Dressmaking. .Misses Harris & Moore
Special T. R. Pearson &Co
liu glvitish Columbian.
Saturday   IHoriilUf*.   Kuv, 1, ltHM.
Prompt Action Wiuited.
Hearts of a very disturbing kind
coi'itinuo to come from Metlakahtla and various points on tho northwest coast.. All through that region
the Indians- are restless and dissatisfied, and persons well informed
hnve become impressed with n belief that there is trouble not very
fur oft'. The Yeomans murder wns
n sample of the hostile feeling
which is continually met, mul which
may result ut nny moment in sucli
tmuiifestlttioiis ns will startle the
country. Tho disngreemont between
Mr, Dunknu of Metlukahtln uud
Bishop Ridley has been extremely
unfortunate, and tho evil fruits of
It may be found throughout» great
part of the const. Tho Indians
have become convinced that a great
injustice 1ms been done them by the
very persons who were sent to instruct them in the trite religion nnd
civilization, nnd they show it decided
disposition to become executors of
wlmt seems to thom tho law of right
und fairness. It is n great pity tlint
tho occasion of such a dangerous
policy should ever lmvo been given.
It is snid thut mutters hnve now
reached a point whero decisive action will hnve to bo taken, or bloodshed upon n large scale may be
looked for. The war ship Mutine,
now at Esquimalt, hns boon ordered
to proceed to the scene of disturbance, (ind it is suggested that a commission he nppointed for tlie ptir-
]K)se of making an investigation into
the grievances which nro supposed
to exist,. The suggestion seems to
ub an excellent one. There art
many points upon which tho Indian
mind is in doubt, uud until confidence is restored we cannot look
for solid and lusting pence. But if
such u commission is appointed, it
should be absolutely independent of
prejudice, and fully capable of comprehending nnd grappling with tlit
difficult problems which will certainly come up for solution. Half
measures will not accomplish liny-
thing whatever, und n mistake in
judgment may precipitate the vory
catastrophe which everybody is anxious to avert. The Indians hnve a
fundamental grievance in the ques*
tioii of land. They contend that
the .lands are theirs, and thut the
white-mon cannot justly take possession of tliese lands without their
consent There may be treaties to
be made, nnd serious questions of
administiation to be discussed which
ought to enlist some of tho clearest
heads iu this province. By all
means let us get to the bottom of
this matter, nnd let the foundations
of our future Indian policy be laid
wisely and well. It will pay both
in ii' financial and moral sense to
mnke thorough work now. [Since
the above was put in type we are
glad to learn that a commission has
been appointed nnd will leave for
Metlakahtla to-morrow.]
The Railway Track Again.
' According to promise we return
to the Colonist's defence of Mr.
Haney's report on the condition of
the Canadian Pacific Kailway truck.
And we may say by way of preface that the facts which we propose
to state are not obtained from any
person who has n purpose to serve.
They nre chiefly the result of personal observation, and we wish'the
Colonist and Mr, Haney to mako a
note of it. Very recently the editor of this paper passed ovor a considerable portion of the lower section of the toad, aud took the most
careful observations of the different matters which are in dispute.
Ttecjffiutit'g the portions higher up
h' relies upon information of a
thoroughly competent gentleman
wbo went over the truck less thnn
two weeks ngo, ntid his statement is
fully corroborated by n great many
whu hnvo had occasion to travel on
the 0. F. R. In the fust place Mr.
Haney declined that tho road between Port Moody nml Spi'iicu's
Bridgo is an well ballasted and easy
running on any road on the continent. This wo have distinctly de
nieil, but the Colonist has taken up
the cudgels for Mr. Haney, and
declares editorially tlmt Tiik Columbian has been guilty of gross
misrepresentation. Now, if we
liave misrepresented we are perfectly free to amend our statements
u soon os proof of error is furnished. The Colonist says thnt i cr-
sotis who recently camu over the
road from Lytton declare that it is
well finished and easy running. If
.they do, their notions of what a
finished railway is must bo extremely crude. Does the Colonist
know that only last week two well-
known gentlemen (one a prominent
resident of Victoria and tlie other a
prominent resident of this city)
coming down from Lytton, spied
tlie str, Irving oft' the Mission,
hailed her and abandoned the railway! One of them declared thut
money would not. induce him to
make another inland trip if ho had
to travel ou the railway. This is
only a fair sample of statements
that are constantly coming to onr
oars, made by responsible persons.
But it is not this sort of evidence
upon which we base our objection
to the railway. Wo say the track
is uot nearly finished, and it is not
fit for passenger traffic. In proof
wc deny most emphatically tho Colonist's assertion that "the road is
ballasted from Spence's Bridgo to
Pitt Kiver," It i.s nothing of the
kind. Some days ago the writer
walked over tho road, from Port
Moody to Port Haney, and in that
distance there is not ono rod of the
track ballasted I In a few places
tho truck is cut through gravel beds,
and there, of coutsn, tho ties rest
upon gravel. All the rest of thu
rond is covered with either sand or
cluy. From Port Moody to Port
Haney thero is uot a yard of tho
truck finished, except on the bridges,
lu a great many places it is very unwell, and the rails are bent both
laterally and horizontally. The ties
nre, generally, well tilled up with sand
aud earth as far west us Pitt River,
but no gravel. Between Pitt Rivor
aud Port Moody a great many of
the ties are laid on top of tho ground,
without any filling, and very imperfect leveling. If Band is ballast, tho
road is nbout half ballasted. But
clause 81 of the printed specili
tions (a copy of which may be seen
at this office) states that "tio material whatever shall bo placed on the
road bed [for ballast] but good cluttn
gravel, free from earth, clay, loam,
or loamy sand." It is also provided
that this gravel ballast shall be of a
depth of at least (i inches under the
ties. From Port Moody to Stave
River, nnd beyond, the rond is not
only not ballasted, but for miles the
track is not in its proper place. It
is crooked, and a great deal of it is
either too high or too low. Crossing the Pitt Meadows some of the
slough bridges are at least a foot
higher than the track; the Pitt
River bridge itself is a great denl
more than a foot higher. This shows
plainly that the road is too low, nnd
will have to be raised up to the proper level. So much for ballasting,
and so much for the CoUmist's statement that "the road- is 1>ultasted
from Spence's Bridge to Pitt River."
Our contemporary next-finds fault
with tho term "temporary embankment," which, he says, is unknown
in railway construction. Perhaps it
is, and perhaps we should have said
"unfinished" instead of "temporary";
but when tho Colonist states that
"there is only ouo part of the road
(a clay cut, near the Mission) thnt
is not tho full width called for by
tbe government specifications," it
makes another ridiculous blunder.
The embankments across Pitt Meadows are no wliere more than 12 feet,
and most of the distance from 8 to
10 feet, At the approaches to
many of the bridges the false work
still remains unfilled for hundreds
of yards, and in some of these
places the ties ure from 3 to 4 feet
apart! The government'specifications call for embankments 17 feet
wide, and ties 24 inches from centre
to centre. It is also expressly stated
in clause 27 that, where there is an
overflow of water the slopes of embankments must be protected by a
rip-rap wall of stones to a height of
at least 18 inches above high water
level. None of this rip-rap work
hus beeu done west of tbe Mission,
und there is a great deal of it required, The Colonist says "the
banks at Maple Ridge me sloped
according to the engineer's stakes."
This is not true. Tho slopes havo
never been taken back to the
stakes, and at the present time the
bank is continually sliding in upon
the track, nnd it keeps a full gang
of Chinamen busy shovelling away
the clay nnd mud no ns to keep the
truck clear. The specifications
(clause 12) require the slopes to bo
"one and a half horizontal to one
pnrpomlicular." At Maplo Ridgo
there is no slopo of theso dimensions. There uro two or threo cuttings between Port Moody nud Port
Hammond which ure not more than
10 to 12 feet, with walls in some
cases almost perpendicular, whereas
tho specifications call for 22 feet
at formation (uot 21 feet as stated
by the Colonist), Thero is temporary trestle work still nt Hntzio
River, Hnrrison Luke, and nt sovoral places between Stave River
and Port Moody. The approaches
to nearly every bridge, as has already been Btatod, uro temporary
trestle work which has not yet been
filled in. There is a place nbout
two miles beyond Port Moody
where for several hundred yards
the track is eight or nine feet too
high, This is in a gravel cutting,
and the expense of bringing it down
to a proper level, nnd widening the
cutting, will be considerable. Tho
facts .stated abovo must bo sullicieiit
to convince any person how absurd
and misleading are the statements
put forward by Mr. Hanoy and tho
Colonist respecting the condition' of
this road.	
Mr. Wm. Boyd Hill, Cobourg, writes:
"Raxing used Ur, Thomas' Kclectric
Oil for sonic years, I have much pleasure in testifying to its eflicacy iu relieving pains in the back and shoulders.
1 have also used it in cases of croup iu
children, nnd lmvo found it to he all that
you claim it to be."
CHORAL UNION.
THM MEMBERS OP THK CHORAL
Union are requested tu meet at the
Skating Rink nn Monduy evening, Novomber loth, lit 8 o'cloek. nolta
MISSES HARRIS & MOORE
EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT   THEY
i   will curry ou tho business of
DRESS-MAKING
In tho Premises lutoly occupied by Mrs.
Taylor nml Miss Harris,
B
In thanking the Ladles of New Westminster for past favors to tlio late firm,
they ■•'•.■■li'l-ii-soiiKk UHhurofif tholrfuliire
patron age. ocl to
T\H. IS. J. OFFEIUIAVS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ociil'tc Kiiinloops, It, G,
$10 REWARD.
STRAYED FROM HT. MARY'S Mount,
Happerton, on the 28rU Sept., a brown
(Jolluy Dog! unsworn to tho namo of
"limn."   Address
BISHOP OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
  (oc25to)
OANVAS8ERS WANTED
-FOR MY-
JACIFII' STATES 11.11*. IVASIIIXI'TON
Territory Map, World Alias,
And oilier Pull]failIoiik.
or particulars apply to
JAS. C. MORIAM,
8 New Montgomery SI., San Francisco.
SMoolm
New Westminster ad Sumy Ferry,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, any person who conveys paasongors
or goods for litre or prollt.or with Intention to lessen the revenue ut this ferry,
within tlie furry limits, is liable to n penalty off 100,nnd the law will be shiellv
enforced.
ANGUS GRANT.
28th Oct., 1SSI. ocMml
Dominion Liquor License Act.
THE BOARD OF LIQUOR LICENSE
Commissioners for New Westminster
und District will meet -it the Court House
In this city on Monday, :trd November,
prox., for the purpose of IilwIiib aiul determining applieiUlons for licenses, und
object Ions thereto.
Applications will not bo oiili'Hnliied if
not. mink* previous to tbo 1st November,
prox. Ily Command.
\V. U. FERRIS,
Chief Inspector.
New Wosl ml nster, asih Oct., 1881.
 2|toc2t      "
A. J. MCMILLAN,
CIVIL SMIDim, LAND SVMM
Ami Dim fillTSJI AS.
SrjnVETS mul ESTIMATES MADE FOU
THE IBIOATION, DRAINAGE
AND KEOLAMATION
OP LAND.
ia-imiDGE DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Office Ht JU'CHCIlt OH
Aunt's si.. Iielwcrn DihiiiIiih nml Klllce
HI,.. Sow WckJiiiJiisIci..
Oo20tO
A. GUTMANN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise
COLUMBIA STREET,
Jljili. I'nliiiilnl llnlt'I, Sew Westminster.
Guns, Ammunition,
Cigars, Tobacco, Ciintl),
MmBiHsas:A.-crM: po-iis.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR ALL
KINDS OP FURS.
OC18IC
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN TIIE
imuiy varieties of stock indirectly
connected with the above,
Having studied the hest markets for the
pant quarter of a century, economy In
purchasing hns heen attained hy importing In quantities direct from tho publish*
ers and manufacturers, inul no pains Is
spared lo keep u ful) und well-selected
stoek,
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
tfd'Tho following Now Hooks Just ro*
col veil: (unudliiii INclnrcM, liy .Htirqulu
of l.orin-1 Trnthiiry uf Mongl Vrnw'H In*
rivalled Fttiully Alius. DOHOtO
MONUMENTS
D. J. ROBSON,
NKW WESTMINSTER,
Bole Ajgcnl for British Columbia.
nu2to
Horses and Rigs,
H
AVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
 from Mr. W. J. FRENOH, who in ro-
tliinjj from the KtiiKcand Livery Blpflnoss,
I shall sell by Puu.ie Auction, without reserve, on
Friday, November J, 1884,
At Ills Livcrv Stables, situated corner of
EllieoSt.. and ltoyal Avenue, tho following valuable proporty;
1 boy Saddle Horse, 1 sorrel Lady's Saddle Horse, warruntcd gnntlo (nnine Root),
1 Stage Horse, works lu harness, light
buckskin: 1 hay .Stage Horab, works In
single or doublo hurncKft (.11 in); 1 matched
buy Team, heavy (Ned A Put); 1 Stage
Horse, heavy buckskin, works single or
double; Black Horso, works single,
doublo or saddle (George); Grey Horse,
si urIo, double or saddle [UoorgeJ; I Buggy
Horse, hay, works single, double or saddle [Hilly]; ltliorongliljiaceHtage, covered; 1 open sociable spring stage; 1 double
I'uggjvl springs wllh brake: 1 single Buggy; 1 set BOb-sloigha, nearly new, complete^ seats; 1 set lead Hurs; 1 iiewKarin
WUgon, Western Empire make; 1 pair of
BUggy Shafts: 2 sets stago Harness, double, without, breeching; 1 sot stago Harness,double, with hreechlng; lNi't. single
buggy Harness; 1 set double* buggy Harness, nearly now; I Lady's Hide Buddie;
1 (lout's Whitman Huddle, wllh pommel;
I Gent's Whitman Saddle, without pommel; '2 Mexican Saddles; 1 Buy's Huddle;
fi riding Bridles; 2 strings uf sleigh
1 Dutch Dollar; Quantity ;»f Horso Blankets; 1 pair Hay Tongs; 1 heavy Iron
Hiife; and othor artiulcN too numerous to
ment Ion. Any person wishing to sec Safe
previous to salo enn do sn by culling at
iny auction rooms ou Front St. TERMS:
under 8100 cash; ovor that amount, up-
proved notes nt 00 days. iWSulo to commence nt 11 a. in. For furthor particulars
seo
ocLlltd       J. GOLDSTONE, Auctioneer.
-THE-
West Shore!
-pou-
SEPTEMBER, 1884.
THE GREAT
ILLUSTRATED
AT DOUBLE NUMBER, TBJ
DEVOTED TO
BRITISH COLUMBIA
A MAUNIPICENT NUMBER TO SEND
TO YOUK I'UtHNIW.
ONLY 25 CENTS PER COPY.
TXPEAWMCO
Sole Agents for the Mainland,
solite
FALU WINTER
GOODS
.TUST RECEIVE*) RY
JAMES
Ellard & Co.
20 CASES
Of NEW AND FASHIONABLE
DRYGOODS
CONSISTING OF
DRESS GOODS,
In nit the latest styles and similes,
comprising Cashmere, French Foi-
ids, Fancy Checks, .Striped Homespuns, kc
A large stock of BUTTONS nml TRIM-
MINOS to match nll Dress Goods.
Mantalnsse, Soleil nnd Brocaded
GL0AKINGS,
A splendid stock,
Ladies' k < .ents' (1 inghani, Alpaca k Silk
UMBRELLAS,
In all sizes.
Whito, Scarlet, Oroy, Navy, Pink, Maroon, t'miliiml, Striped k Cheeked
FLANNELS,
In nll prices.
Ladies'  Knitted
SHAWLS,
Iu all shades,
Children's Knitted
Jackets, Hoods, &c,
A tine assortment.
Ladies' and Children's
I
In endless variety.
A large stock of Men's and Boys'
CLOTHING
A full lb. ol
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
NECKTIES, COLLARS, BRACES,
kc, kc, in all tho latest styles,
JAMES ELLARD & GO.
LONDON HOUSE.
(oolite)   '
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Tenders for Nine Water Tanks.
S HALED TENDKRH A1H>ltEHKKl> 'I'll
tlio undersigned, and endorsed "Ton-
dor for Water Tanks," will bo received
until noon on Friday, l-iih November.
IHKl, from persons wlshlnglu furnish nnd
erect
NINE WATER TANKS
A10XC THE i.ISK of THE CANADIAN
PAOIFIO 1U1MVAY,
hehvooii Uninry-H llarand flavonii's Ferry,
In BrltiBli Coiumbin,
Plans and spec! Heat ions nifty lie seen,
and forms of tender obtained at tbo ollice
of tllO undornlKiied,in Vletorla, Vancouver Island, and nlso at tho otlice of tlio
Englqeer-ln •chur-'o at Drynooli. nenr
S|ience's Bridge, on and nfter aath Instant.
Knoli tender must be ucoompnnlod by a
deposit equal to live per cent, of tlio
amount of tbelonder. This deposit iiiny
ciui-dsl of Cash or nf an iicccpied Runic
Hic'-mvindit will ]ii'forMh'Ulfllir]'ii"-I.Y
tendering neglects nr refuses toeiiler Into
a contiaet when called upon to do so, or If
afti-r,ontorliiK into lhe emit met-he fails to
complete tho work Batlsfnetorlly, necortl-
ing to tbo Plans and Sped Ileal Ions.
If tlio Tender is not accepted the deposit
wiil be returned, Tenders must be made
on tin- printed forms supplied.
Tho Department will not bo bound to
accept tlio lowest or any iondor.
JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
Pom. Govt. Agent.
Oflico of Dominion Govt, Agent,
Victorin, ll. r..o,'l.:'.li-,l is-jl.
062QUI
Newton A. Wliite,
Importer nm! Dopier in
Men's, Youths', Boys'
aud Children's
CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
HATS I CAPS,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETC,
'iFTHE BEST ASSORTMENT
-OF-
ENTIRELY NEW GOODS
IN TIIK CITV.
COLUMBIA STREET
Opposite Hunk of Britisli Columbia,
oclfito
Hard Times
milK PEOPLE OV NEW WESTiMIN-
J- otor und surrounding country nro Invited io see tlie
ifcs-GREAT REDUCTION
In the prices of Goods nt
The ROYAL CITY
Boot & Shoe Store
Tlie peoplo are no doubt aware of tbe Superior qunlity of Pools nud Shoos
nud other Goods kept by
MRS. E. GOLD,
Wbicb are unquestionably tho best In this
City, and cannot ho surpassed anywhere in tlie Province,
NOW IS THE TIME
To make purchases, when Goods ure sold
to suit tlie times, because
Mono Saved Is Money Karncd.
The following goods, imported from tbo
manufactories, are nflurod at. a greal reduction, as tho stook Is Inrgor tban tbo
stutoofthe mnrkct Justifies!
JO pieces Canadian Tweeds.
'27a suits ot Men's, Hoys' and Youths
Clothes.
100 dozen While skirls.
r-Odozon assorted Hlilrls.
ii.', dozen tine Amorican Ituis of Iho In*
tost stylos nnd finestquullly.
Hi ciist's of New Goo-Ih Just recoived by
steumer Idaho,
The following Is the rotlliel ion of prices:
20 per cent, oil' Hoots and .Shoes,
25     "     "     Tweeds,
85    "    "    ClothlngnndHatSt
fir*     "     '!      Dry Goods.
40    "    "    Fnnoy Goods,
Tills ('rent lleilurllmi IiI'-(Iiih nn
Tuesday, October 14th
ANP WIMi CONTINUE IJNTU,
1'UnTHlill NOTIOM.
isA.CoLiiitry oillors will Inr puiKrlimlly
nUonilcil lo.
NOTE TIIE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STREET,
Oiip. Ewoii's Onnnbiy,     HewWestmihsur.
ooltto,
Not for 20 days,
Not for 40 days,
Not to get rid of Old
stock,
I Have None
Not to make room for
my new importations
of fall Goods, they too
are to go, and of which
71 cases have arrived.
Not forced by circum
stances to close out
business, but it will he
done all the same.
DON'T
FORGET IT
On and after the 15th
inst, my entire stock
o fDRYGOODS,
CLOTHING,
CROCKERY,
GLASS WARE,
SILVER and
PLATED WARE,
GOLD WATCHES,
CHAINS, Etc.,
will be sold at oost for
cash OF COURSE.
Before the 15th I will
publish a list of the
principal LINES of
GOODS, Etc., and prices which will astonish somebody.
C.G. MAJOR
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMF0KTEU8 AND IlKAI.IJIUI IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and   second   to   no
House in Uritish Co-
Uimbia.
—sole agents ron-
ano,
Of Boston
Tlie Dominion Organ,
Of Bowninnville, Ont.
And agents (or all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On tlie premises, as neatly and cheaply
us at any otlici establishment in tlio
Province.
—AOENTS  FOR	
Confederation Life Assurance Co..
Nortii British and Commercial Fire
Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.
-Agents for First-Class-
W ul 81UH SATES
SHimXll   RKCKIPTS,
DKK1IS  -ItlKTIiAUKS,
BILLS OF SALK,
CUSTOM II011SK BLANKS,
LKASKS, FROM. N0TK8,
OKDKKS, RKCKIPTS,
Anil .11 kiiuls of Blank 'looks anil Blank
Forms on hanil.
 All tho Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received,  Hubncriytiona taken
for any Publication at lowest rates.
AT We Import direct from manufacturers, and cannot bo undersold In this
Province.
T, R. PEARSON A 00.,
COLUMBIA   STREW,
New   Weitminiter, B, C.
(bite)
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTH. PTJRTHHR NOTICE Hie 1*18*
of express freight mi pneknges und
parcels, safely uml properly put up nml
not eoutiilnliig uny exirn valuable or
(liuigoi-oiiH compound-- will bo:
Between Victoria anil New Westminster.
PuekiigeK under 10 lbs 25 ctn. eneli
Packages ovor ll and undor 2o...beetH. eueb
Packages uver 24 and under 50..75 ols. eneli
I'aeknges over 50 at , l cent per lb
From New Westminster to Yule.
Lewi Mian 3 lbs 25 cts. each
From a lbs. to Ul Ib»„ fill c(s. eneli
FromllUlii-.to WlbK 75cts. each
From 25lbs. to r><) lbs .....si 00each
From 50 Mis. to7ft lbs $1 50ouch
From 75 lbs. to 100 IbB. or ovcr..2cts, por lb
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE AND   LYTTON.
Less thnn 2 lbs 25ota. each
From 2 lbs. to 5 lbs 60 ots. ench
From 5 lbs. to 10 lbs $i 00each
From 10 lbs. toil lbs io cts. por Ib
From 25 lbs. to 75 lbs H CU. per lb
Over75 lbs (Jets.perlb
To Spenco's Bridge, Nicola. Savona. Kuin-
loops. Cache Creek nnd Clinton, 20 ots,
pur lb.
To Bnrkorvlllo nnd ull   points between
Barkerville and Clinton ..26 eta. perlb
On C. O. D. and valuable pnekngos one
per cent, on vuluo in addition to ordinary
rates,
MONEY  RATES
Between Vicioria ami Sew WvHtnilnsler,
iM CTS. PEE $100.
nomittanees;insuied ngiiliiNt till risk ut
" Lloyd's."
fr'HANK   H. HAKNAHD.
Manager n. c. Express Co,
FRED. HOMEIt, Fiinwr St.,
nu2to Agent New Westminster.
MAINLAND <
CIGAR   :
FACTORY j
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
WM. TIETJEN
H
AH OPENED A OIGAR FACTORY
In tho
Holbrook Stone Building,
NEW HF.smiNsmt,
And hnving hud many years oxperlenee,
Is now prepared to supply the trade with
a superior article at prices as low as enn
bo obtained elsewhere.     Look out for the
"MAINLAND"
BRAND OF CIGARS.
fcT-It bents them all, se24t«
City of New Westminster,
• IWirOPlTANT
AUCTION SALE!
CITY RESERVES AND GARDENS
4 PUBLIC AUCTION will take placo
in t lie Council Chambers, Oily of New
stmlnster, on
Monday, (he 2illi day or October
At Eleven O'clock in the
Fouknoon,
Wliontlio following Lols will besulmiit-
loil lit pul.Jli- fninjitrtltlon In ncoonlajurc
Willi llio l.mnl Hale lly-Law, 1884, viz:
Government Ofllce Onrdens, Block A
Lots 1,2,i,0,8,i6,'ii,J-, 17, ss.
Victoria (inrdens, liloek 11.
1.01s 1,2,8, H, 7,12,13,15, IS, 20, 22, 2J, 25
20,27, SW, 20, ill, 33, IWi, 30,38.
Alice (Inrdens, Block K,
Lots 1,4,5,7,0.
Louise (Inrdens, Block 0.
I Alts 1,2,4,0,7,8.
Clinton I'liicc Reserve, Block V.
Lols I, 3, B, 7,0,11,1», 15,18,20,22,23,25,
27,28,80,32,83,35.
merchant Square, Block fl.
Lots 1,2, J, 0,7,0.
Sailors' Home, Block I.
Lota i, 2.
TEIlMS-itW nor com. oil llio lull nl tlio
Iminiiior, 33!,', cor cont. |„ u,rfiu months,
nnd the linlnmro lit 1 ho inirohnso tnollov III
six months from ilnlr of Snlo.
By Onlo
A.J. ALPOMVO. M, O.
Ihitoil nt Now Westminster Iho 2int dny
of Hc|>tcmbcr, 188t. Osotil
SAIVB OX*
City Reserves & Gardens
NOTICE.
mHE SALB OK LOTH COHl'MHINO
I pnrt of tlu-CltyduriiL'iiHniiil Resorves.
uilvcrtlNt-ii lo tnito  plane* nt tlm C»urt
Housimiii ji Inv tbu 'JTtli October, ut 11
O'clock, A, M.,
In i>»<il|iiMM-il by Ki-floluilon of the fouif
rll until MoiiiIh) . Ihe lllli 'lay af    '
Suvi'iiilur, ISM,
At the smite jihu-t- und hour uud upon tho
terms and conditions nlrcady mlvorllsed.
By Order.
A. J. ALPORT,
a M. C.
Dnted at New Westminster,
2-ith Octobor, KM. uc21itd
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B. C.
OMSK AT HANI) TO TIIK rtAILKOAD
STATION,
TIIK UNDE11SKINED Imvlng titled np
this iiowostnhllHliinoiitiiSH tlrst-dnss
roHliuiriint, Invito tho nnblloto clvo liim
n cnll whoro Slcnls nre serve,! tin Ihe
Khorlrsl Nlillire,   Next door will he found
A Well-Selected Klerk or
GROCERIES, GAME AND FRUIT
Alio, a First-Class Bakery.
v. CLAIR,
4oc0m Proprietor.
IsTOTIOEi.
THK 1'ARTNKnmilI* HKIIKTOFOUR
exIstliiK between 'William P. Purdy
nnd TlmniiiH !■'. Hendorson uh Tile ami
Brick Munufneturors hns this duy beon
dlm-olvt'd by mutual cmim-nl. All debts
duo Mm lato linu aro to bo paid to Tluuniis
K. llt-inU-iwni by whom all Ibibllllloit will
be settled. Dated Ultli October, IKK1.
WILLIAM D. PURDY,
ir*oolm     THOM AH K. HKNhKHHON. lhe fritisli (Kolttmbi-in.
Uitliiiilny Morning,   Nor.
Nuxt Thursday is thanksgiving dny
throughout thu Dominion.
Ladies' Fur Capes for 83.50 and upwards at J. Ellard k Co.'s. oo22tc
Hain is still   the most prominent
characteristic of the weathor.
I     Uso only the celebrated -'Louis" Vel-
I vcteen.    For ante by .1amkm EMiAim k
■ Co. . *
■ ,    Tho choral union is nbout to resumo
j practice, and will meet on Monday,
the 10th inst.
Ladies' Jerseys, Fur Trimmings, Lace,
Millhrry, and Hosiery at J. Ellard k
Co.'s. oc22tc
Thoro seems to bo no foundation for
tho rumor that three bodies had been
fl found at English's oaunery,
| Tho Scott Act has beeu carried in
: the counties of Stormont, Dundas and
Glengarry by 1700 majority.
Wo nre requested to sny thnt the
i Yorick Club's meoting noxt week will
j take place on Thursday night.
* Missus Harris nnd Monro muko nn
announcement in our advertising col-
. umns of special interest to tho ladies.
[ Mr. W. D. Ferris hns boon engaged
r for somo days inspecting applications
Kfor liquor licenses under tho Dominion
(not.
;
x
' Money orders payable at any post
office in France or Algeria, may now
be obtained hero. Tho rato of commission is the same as for other for*
oigu orders.
- At Mr. Clarkson'u Store, Mary streot,
lot of Toa, Sugar, Collee, Oysters, Lobsters, to bo soid at a bargain.   Fresh
f fr.iits of all kinds, every H days from
I, San Francisco. oc21)t7
Rear Admiral Lyons has been pro-
■■muted to tbe rank of Vice Admiral,
Mnd will take his departure fur England on Monduy next, by tho Northern
{Pacifio Railway,
\   On Wednesday afternoon tho Btr.
rving nrrived from Hopo with 102
'bend of cattle and 500 sheep.   She
| left fur Chilliwhack Thursday morning nnd returned yesterday.
Hon. A, Ni Richards, ex-lieutenant-
governor of British Columbia, oame up
yesterday nnd will remain in the oity
until Tuesday.   We nre glad to find
i tliat he proposes to remain permanently in the country.
To-night Mr. Trnpp will offer fur
Isnlo by auction the remaining stock in
Mr. Kenry's book and stationery store.
There is a large quantity of stuff in
[tho establishment, and persons wishing bargains should attend.
We hear that another attempt will
be made to grant moro liquor licenses
ut Maple Ridge, aud that it is proposed
to appoint oue or two additional magistrates so as to accomplish this result.
We hopo tho scheme will fail,
J   Mr, W, F. Archibald goes to Victoria this morning to take charge of
j the telegraph oflico iu that city.   Mr,
Archibald has beon over three years in
the office here, and his removal will be
much regretted by a largo circle of
friends.
] Thero nro Bomo parts of tho
Port Moody road still very bad.
Si few hundred dollars cuuld be expended there to great advantage, nnd
ft hero should be a man constantly employed tn keep the rond iu shape. It
would pay.
. Two convened Chinese women
wrought uut by tlio Presbyterian Board
•if Itvirnigii ftimioiii, tu teach iu the
mission schools at San Francisco, were
.ofused permission to land because;
fjhey wero nol provided witlr the cer-'
" tificnte requirod hy law.
Wo are very glad to learn that a
Commission composed of Hon. Mr.
Davie, Hon. Mr. Bull, and Hon. Mr.
i. Elliott has boen appointed to enquire
[into tho north-west Indian ditlicul-
l'ties and suggest somo mode of adjustment. They will loavo to-morrow for
Metlakahtla.
Two Indians wure arrested nud
brought boforo Capt. Pitteiidrigh, J.
P., on Thursday, under suspicious cir-
1 cumstunees. They* hnd possession of a
-large boat, in which woro a mattress
and aome other things evidently belonging to Homebody elso. They
stated that they hud bought thu boat
'for §4, but as it was worth about 9200
■ thoy wore remanded for a week. Yes-
Storuny a telegram was received from
'Victoria requesting that the men nnd
boat be detained ns there wero two
white mon there looking for them.
' Xmas Cards,-—The handsomest lot of
^Christmas Cards ever imported into 'British Columbia may now be seen nt T. R.
, Pearson k Co's. *
Tub Indian SuAiiB,—Tha-Fort Mue-
leud Gazette of October 18th says: The
report flow around town last week that
there had been trouble among Indians
in the north ; thai two guns had been
taken from the police, nnd Major Crazier and twenty men bad been massacred. After diligent inquiry wu enn
Iind no foundation fur tho rumor, nud
Captain Cotton authorizes us to state
that, so far as he knows, thero is no
truth in tho report. The strength-of
the posts in the north is being increased, and men hnvo gune from Calgary,
but not owing to any trouble thero.
Tho report caused considerable excitement aud anxiety hero, and we arc
pleased to bo able to state that, so far
as known, thero is no truth in it.
h
Injunction  Giuntkd.—-Wo   learn
; by telegraph from Victoria yestorday
- nfternoon that the injunction against
\ the sale of Merchant Square has heen
granted.   We   aro   not surprised at
this,  but if   any considerable delny
should occur to tho snle it will seriously
affect tho interests of tho city.   There
is very little doubt but the objection
was merely technical.
The Othbe Foot.—The Victoria
Standard has this curious paragraph;
"Tho Columbian mado a very ugly
attack ou Mr. Orr, M. P. P., a fow
days ago, and the member for New
Westminster District has published a
card, in whieh he says the statement is
n wilful und deliberate lie." Now it
so happens that tho "ugly nttack" was
made in a telegram from this city
which was published by tho Standard.
This telegram Tub Columbian copied
and prunuunced unworthy of belief,
and Mr. Orr declared it to bu absolutely untrue. Tho Standard man
may think himsolf clever, but ho
should ubo n little judgment when he
undertakes to mnke other journals
bear the reproach of his own nets. ,
 ■»—.....-..—
An Extraordinary Statement,—
In tho last issue of the Guardian we
Iind tho prize list of thd late Chilli*
whack exhihitioir, with tho following
introduction: "Ou account of tho Co-
i.I'.miiian refusing to publish the secretary's roport of tho prizo Hat sent him,
and, mure than that, ho refuses to say
why ho did not, I nsk you to publish
it," Ac. This is signed by Mr. S.
Cawley, secretary of tho socioty. The
facts nre these: The Columbian sent
a representative to tho Chilliwhack
exhibition, nnd his roport was published un the 8th ult. Ho found it
impossible to procure a list of the
prizes befuro the str. Adelaide left,
but made arrangements tu have oue
furwarded at tho earliest opportunity.
It was duly forwarded by Mr. Ashwell, president of tho society, aud wus
published in this journal on the 11th
ult. Two or three days afterwards a
prize-list was received from the secretary; but it was not published, of
course, because it had already been
published. A letter explaining tliis
wns sent tu Mr. Cawley nt tho time.
Wo are puzzled to kuow why Mr.
Cawley should imagine that Thb Columbian did not wish to publish tho
prizo list, or why ho should expect to
seo it published twice.
Trial proves that honesty is the best
policy in medicine as well us in other
things, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a genuine
preparation, an unequalled blood purifier, decidedly superior to nll others.
Phovincial   Penitentiary. — Wo
understand that Mr. Chas. Hayward,
contractor of this city, hns received instructions from the Dominion Govern
ment to proceed immediately with the
projected alterations to the penitentiary nt Now Westminster. The stono
used will be from Newcastle Island,
which is snid to bo superior tu nny
I snudstuno yet discovered ou the coast.
i! —Colonist.
Dkad Fish.—-Tho Coquitlam river is
' hi nn extremely disgusting condition at
the present time.   Its shores nre lined
with dead  nnd rotten salmon, and
everywhere along the stream, ontaii-
olod upon brush or snags, the decaying lish may bo seen by thousands.
Standing ou tho  railway bridgo ono
might count not less than 1,000 of
I these odorous carcases, and tho stench
i is beyond description.   Thero nro also
> a numbor of live salmon in tho rivor,
but many of them nre just ut the point
i of death.
J    B. O.  Productions.— Mr. Samuol
[Adler who nrrived  from  the uppor
', country yeBterday, brought from Mr.
[ John Murray's farm at Spence's Bridgo
Men potatoes weighing six pounds each,
I They nro said to be mure delicious
i than tho ordinary production.    Mr.
! Murray imported Ihe seed from the
' old country nnd has carefully raised
' them.   Mr, Adler snys that if nil tho
J farmers would tako the snmo interest
iu raising crops, especially root crops,
British Coiumbin mots would surpass
' anything that hns yet been seen in
1 thnt linn, as thu soil is very productive, especially along the Thompson
river.   Mr. Murray is raising grapes
whieh aro delicious; iu fact, as our in*
' formaut   remarked,   thoy are  much
nicer thnn those raised in California.
This looks well for B. 0,-Colonist,
From Alaska.
The stoamer Ancon, which arrivod
at Victoria from Alaska on Tuesday
morning, brought 215 passongers and
about 100 miners from Alaska and Cassiar. In nn interview with n Colonist
reporter nno of tho passengers gave
snine information respecting the, mines
at Silvor Bow Basin, near ' Juneau
City. Generally tlio mines have been
very successful, atl claims paying well,
and ou an average thoy would pan out
about §10 por day to the mnn; of
courso some havo dune very much better. At Juneau City there are about
300 miners, 150 of whom nre employed
by the company who are working on
the "Puns Lode'' on Douglas Island,
of which Mr. John Tread well is the
manager. Tho Paris Lodo is over 000
foet iu width and 1,500 feet in length,
and the ledge will extend ovor twu
miles in length. This is probably tho
largest and richest quartz ledgo in the
world. All the ledge is taken up by
different companies, who are preparing
fer extensive operations during the
coming season. On the up trip nf the
Ancon she hnd on bonrd a largo consignment of quartz and sawmill machinery for tho Paris Lode company,
which thoy have beon engaged all summer in preparing to place iu position.
The machinery is now nll complete
nud noxt season we mny henr of somo
wonderful outputs of gold. The company's sawmill is au extensive one and
will bo able to mure thnn supply lumber and timber for the country. The
weather during the past season hns
been unusually favorable to mining
operations, nud very little trouble hus
been experienced in any particular.
The Indians have heen quiot, nnd
many of them nro working in the
quartz mills and at the mines for $2.50
and 82.85 per day. Practical white
minors nre pnid $4 per day. Board is
ns cheap as iu Victoria, boing nu tho
average $5 por week. A rough estimate of the amount nf tho total output on "Silvor Bow Basin" will be between §75,000 and §80,000, by the
twelve companies who nre operating
claims thero. AH the minors nro well
satisliud with their season's work, nnd
the prospect limits vory bright for the
coming season, nud no doubt tho number attracted thero will be large. On
Lewis river four men havo been operating a find uu a bnr of the stream nnd
in seven weeks tuok out nbout $4,p00.
At this time the river rose and they
wont to the fort for the winter.
From Cassiar.
Three miners frum. Quartz Oreek,
Cassiar, arrived down by tho A neon,
Metcalfe, Taylor and Stanley. Tho
former two have beon in that district
eight and ton years respectively and
are now on a visit tu old friends. The
news they bring is not very bright in
referenco to mining generally iu Cassiar, although iu a few individual casus
the success has been good. Four men
have beon washing dirt ou Quartz
Creek during tho past soason and the
output of gold has been fair although
tbe diggings are drifted nnd it is only
by the expenditure uf a large amount
of timo, muscle nud money that the
gold is brought from ite deop bed.
Surface diggings nre n thing uf the
past, P. Doyle's claim on McDame
creek above Centrcville has panned
out better this year than over before,
and probably $5000 nr §0000 has been
taken out. Tho other claims that
have done well are few, although
Thibbet creek and Dense creek wore
uot heard from. There nre uot more
than 50 white miners iu the whole
district. Some parties went down the
Dense river into the Duluurd river
prospecting, but had not met with any
success. Other purtioim nf the country have also beon prospected but no
strikes have been mnde and the genoral feeling is that mining in Cassinr iB a
rather unprofitable undertaking and
thero will bo pretty dull times unless
some rich finds nro mado. There aro
a number of Chinese working claims,
but they nlso have met with poor returns thjs season. However, they nre
content with little and do uot toll thoir
gains. Whito labor at the mines is
§5 por dny, and Chineso §3.75 and §4,
Supplies uro plentiful in the mines,
and tho old process of sledging over
the mountains is no more indulged in.
 .»	
Hundreds of letters from those using
Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its value &p a
restorer of gray hair to its natural color.
As n stimulant and tonic, preventing and
often curing baldness, and cleansing and
soothing the scalp, its use cannot be too
strongly recommended,
Karl) Days on Ihe Fraser.
The famous Ned McGowan relates
the following of a personal experience
of his in British Columbia a quart er of
a century ago:
'Life in California becoming unendurable, I went to Frosor's river, in
British Columbia, nt that time the
sceno of a tremendous mining excitement. While there I mot with a
singular and amusing adventure. In
'Hill's Bar' us our little mining town,
largely settled by Californians, wna
called, there was au English magistrate who, though it sounds like a
'Paddyism' to say it, was a French-
Canadian, a good fellow named Perier.
There was another English magistrate,
a bona fide Britisher, this oue at Fort
Yule, a few miles away, who hated
Americans, put on lots of dignity, insisted ou the miners touching their
hats to him, and wns pretty generally
disliked. Ho would have our boys arrested, nnd luck them up without due
process of law, nnd make himself generally disagreeable. I represented to
Perier that, taking a man from ttie
jurisdiction of his court was n con tempt
of court, nud thnt ouo magistrate
could not be in contempt of nnother
Perier sw«»-i- me in us a special officer
of her majesty, antl with a body ot
picked men I went over to Fort Yule,
took the key from the jailor, and liberated all tho Americans confined, nud
brought the objectionublo magistrate a
prisoner before his confrere Perier."
"What did you du with him?"
"Fined him §50 for contempt."
"And tho money?"
"Was spent in drinks fur the crowd.
It was a Christmas Eve and tho miners
wero taking a holiday."
"And so that ended it ?"
"No, indeed. They sont for troops.
Colonel Moody, afterwards Lieutenant-Governor Moody, was in command.
I was arrested and tried for a breach
of the- peaco. Judge Begbie, afterwards Sir Matthew Bailey Begbie, waB
on tho bench. I made them put Perier
on the stand, who testified that I was
regularly commissioned 'on her majesty's service'at tho time of the alleged
outrage. I got off, but Begbie denounced the proceedings ns 'a clover
Yankee trick.' "—Seattle Post.
Tlie Buffalo Hoax.
The following is the beautiful tribute (o Blaine which the Kepuhlican
editor of the Commercial Advertiser
printed without first reading the initial letters uf tlie lines downward:—
TO JAMKS 0.   BLAINE,
Virtue hath set her crown on thee
Our president that is to be.
Truth from a thousand voices cries
liver our champion, honored, wise,
Fervent in spirit, just, upright,
Ordained our leader—the true knight,
lticli in devotion to our cause
Challenging oft unrighteous laws.
Lifted ahove the common herd;
Evil ot tongue in word,
Vile in their hearts thee harm to work,
Envy and slander around them lurk,
Let the blasphemous minions jeer,
And scolf and rant in language queer,
Never enn words of vile disgust
Destroy a loving people's trust,
Theirs Ib tho infamy and shame,
Hate cannot harm thy glorious name.
Ever around the people s choice
Shall true men gather and rejoice.
Envy shall hide in humbled pain,
Love shall enjoy her own again,
Iu the millennial that is near,
No patriot shall have causo to fear,
Established wrongs will win their ear.
Snfe is the nation where you lead,
Armed, to the war on reckless greed,
(tally oft to the battle cry
Every man to do or die,
Boldly we'll follow your command
Onward to victory.   Through the land,
Shouting from Oregon to Maine,
Hail to our chief tan, James Q. Illuine.
-R. H. W.
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Mr, Henry Marshall, Reeve of Dunn,
writes; "Some time ago I got a bottle of
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery from Mr. Harrison, and I consider it
the very best medicine extant for Dyspepsia." This medicine is making marvellous cures in Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, etc., in purifying the blood and
restoring manhood to full vigor.
There hns been nothing more wonderful in tho social history of Canada
tlinn tho growth uf public sentiment
in favor of prohibition. Fur many
yenrs teetotnlistn, like vegetarianism,
wns regarded as a harmless craze, and
its devotees put down ns an erratic
sort of peoplo. By-and-by it attained
tho dignity uf a doctrine, but even
then it appealed almost exclusively to
tho rugged morality of tho rural districts. It was not until tho churches
had identified themselves witli the
movement that it rose to the height
of n crusade nnd began to make conquests of towns. It uow promises to
Bweop from victory to victory, aud to
forco at no distant date a general prohibitory law.—Toronto Mail.
How tlio French govornment will
get out of the difficulties into whioh
greed and unwisdom have brought
them, it is not easy to see. If China
can be conquered by ironclads all may
yot be well; but if tho Mandarin* remain firm, it is evident that M. Ferry
must adopt ono of three courses—
either withdraw ignominiously from
the contest; retire from ollice, and
leave thu dilemma ns a legacy to hia
successors; or send nn army to Pekin
•—if ho can und France will.—-Specta?
tar.
The superiority of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator is show by its good
eflects on tho children. Purchase a bottle and givo It n trial,
Haitian's Outlook.
Uaiilan seems booked for Australia
for another year at least.
On August 18th, two days after hi*
defeat by Beach on the Paramatta, a
meeting uf parties interested wns held
nt the International Hotel, Sidney,
when thu stake of §5000 was pnid over
to Bench in tho presence of a large
audience. Then a long discussion ensued, in which Hanlan asked that
Beach should row him again in threo
or four mouths' time. Bench's backer,
Mr. J. Decide, refused, but suit! they
would givo Hanlan time to go home
and return, if ho wished, by making a
match tu bo rowed eight months from
date for the championship und §2500
or $501)0 a side, on the Pnranmtta.
After much excited discussion Hanlan
was forced lo full in with this view,
and n match was mnde to be rowed nn
Iho first Suturdny of May, 1885, and
§125 a side put up tn bind the agreement. Unfortunately it was uot made
clear whether either man was ut liberty
to make interim mutches.
Ou September 0 Hanlau uud CIiHord
wero matched at thu Royal Exchange
hotel, George street, Sydney, to row 'i
milea 330 yards (champion cuursu) on
tho Paramatta river, for §2,500 a side,
between 3:30 and 4 p. tri., on February 7, 1885. Mr. P. J. Clark was
agreed un ns referee, proving that
Hanlan was satisfied with hts decision
in the Beach race, Ench party deposited §750 a sido with Aid. Plnyfnir,
of Sydney, ns stakeholder, to bind the
match—a second deposit of §750 a
sidu tube put up January 5, and the
balance of §1,000 to be put up the
night preceding tho race.
This match at onco produced trouble
between Hanlan and Beach. Bench
declared that ill making his match
with Hanlan, it had been understood
thnt neither man wna to row another
meanwhile. Bench said that he would
himsolf have ngreod to row Hanlan
earlier than Muy, but thut the hitter
would not mako thu match while the
warm weather was on, (In Australia,
the warmest months being December,
January and February.) Consequently,
Beach refused to go on with hia agreement to row llniihm iu Mny, declared
the match oil', aud snid he would row
tho winner nf the Hunlun-Ctifibrd race
a fortnight after that event had been
decided. Thus tho matter stood when
the latest mail (September 10:1]) left
Sydney. 	
Beautiful photographic panorumio
views in British Columbia, 78 cts, per
sot at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s, *
Gordon's Defence of Khartoum
Tho telegrams received nnd published by tho Loudon Times, from Mr.
Power, its correspondent in Khartoum, are enough to make the bones of
Death himself tingle with excitement,
nnd the pulses even of cowardly, indifferent cinicism feel some stirrings of
generous enthusiasm. For they tell a
tale of pluck, endurance and devotion
to duty, almost without parallel. Once
again hns British valor beeu seen to
shine clear nud resplendent, when all
that is in a mnn is tested ae gold in a
furnace seven times heated. Once
moro hns the "silent woe" done and
endured, and been true to itself audit*
memories, in doeda at which the whole
world wonders.
Tho sioge of Khartoum will live in
history with the sieges of Lueknow and
Kara. In Borne respect* it appeals
oven more forcibly to tho imagination
and tu thnt sense in man which Is
stirred by tho hemic and the romantic,
thnn either of these. A comparison
and contrast between the siege of Khartoum and that of Lueknow has been
thus eloquently drawn by the Pall Mall
Gazette:
"The siege of Lueknow lasted eighty-
seven days; that of Khartoum had lasted
a hundred and fifty-two, two months
since. At Lueknow our garrison, though
few iu number, wcrcas true as steel and as
brave ns the bravest of their race. At
Khartoum the garrison were as mere
sheep  before  wolves—two hundred of
ilium  armed  -witli   Kam ni at/in h flying in
wild panic before five Arab horsemen—
and there wero only three Englishmen
in the city. And at Lueknow there was
tins great difference: our garrison outnumbered and alone in the midst of a
wild chaos of mutinous soldiery, felt
that they were standing for England,
that if they fell they fell in England's
cause, and each man went to his post
feeling proud, if need be, to die for a
country for which, indeed, it wai an
honor to die. But at Khartoum who
can imagine the gloomy thoughts which
must have filled the minds of the three
Englishmen as they stood alone beneath
the sultry sun, and confronted month
after month tho pitiless hail of shot
which never ceased for a single day	
In such a causo they might well have
ou nn expedition up the Blue Nile.
Mr. Power goes with them. On the
way up thuy cleared thirteen small
foils, and at Giu-off, after eight hours'
hard fighting under a terrific fire from
the Amba, silence two large foils and
drive the rebels out.
It was only on July 21) that Qordou
received Lord Granville's message uf
April 23, rending as follows:
"Gordon should be at once informed
in cypher that we do not propose to supply him with Turkish or other force,
Add expressions, both of respect and
gratitude for the gallant self-sacrificing
conduct, and for the gootl he has
achieved."
Writing on July 31, Mr. Power saya
of this cruel blow to all their hopes:
"Since the despatch which arrived
the day before yesterday all hope of relief by our government is at nu end, so
when our provisions, which we have at
a stretch for two months, arc eaten we
must fall; nor is there any chance with
the soldiers we have, and the great
crowd of women, children, etc., of onr
being able to cut our way through the
Arabs. We have not Bto&tnt-rs for all,
aud It is only from steamers we can meet
the rebels,
"In three days General Gordon will
send two steamers towards Senaar. It
is hoped they will retake the steamer
Mehemet All, which the rebels took
from Saleb Hey, Genoral Gordon is
woll, and Colonel Stuart has quite recovered from hiu wounds. I am quite
well and happy."
We have thus given a short account
of theae despatches, wliich reveal so
graphically the courage and steadfast-
ness uf threo of that sort of heroes of
wliich England has over been bo prolific— Globe.
Lkaiusu Druggists on tbis continent
testify to the large and constantly increasing sales of Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
antl report its beneficent eflects upon
their customers troubled with Liver Com*
plaint, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood, and other physical infirmities, and as a female medicine it has
accomplished remarkable cures.
been proud to bear the burden aud heat
of the day, if only they had not been
haunted by the thought of their desertion and the betrayal of tlie confidence
which, ou their word, had bean placed in
England."
No ; looked at from every aide there
has probably been no parallel in history to the unflinching courage iu the
face of tremendous odds, the calm
hopefulness, the grim tenacity with
which duly was adhered to after hope
had ceased to inspire, all of
which were manifested by those threo
Englishmen in that isolated city, surrounded by hordes of bloodthirsty savages against whom they were the sole
inspiration of defence for the thousand!)
of women nnd chilren, and men hardly
less weak nnd defenceless. What the
Pall Mall Gazette rofers to as the "pitiless hail of shot which never censed
for a single day," was literally true.
Mr. Power's despatch, dated July 31st
says : "Since March 17th, no day has
passed without firing."
This most interesting hatch of tele-
grams, which tho Times has published,
begins with one dated April 28th, a
week after Mr. Power's previous despatch, and nine days after Gordon's
last message, in which he told Sir
Samuel Baker tliat hs hnd provisions
fur five months, and that with 2,000 u
3,000 Turkish troops hu could "do fo
Mahdi." According to Mr. Power
telegram, describing the state of things
at tlii) cud of April, Khartoum was
then suddenly surrounded, and there
was constant heavy firing by the Arabs.
Gnnli.n was busy laving down mines
before the works. Thu town wns quiet,
find very denr. Gordon was issuing
rations to the poor. There wns corn
and biscuits un->ugh to lust about four
months. Gotilmi hud issued paper
money which the murohtuits were accepting, and bud sent emissaries tu the
slaves uf all Ihu rebels pmminning them
their freedom if lhey would 'abandon
their musters nud come in.
Thu next telegram is tinted July 30.
The town had theu buen closely he-
seigcd fur fi Vermont lis. There are hopeA
nf English relief, and daily reports of
tho English advancing from Dongola
uud Kassala. Thu Arabs havu strong
forts with amnion along thu river.
Gordon has protected his stcaineis with
bullet-proof plates of soft wood aud
iron. He is badly off for money, und
has issued £50,000 worth uf paper currency. Fond is daily distributed to
the pour. On July 31 Mr. Power tele-
grapn again. Tho siege has beon very
close, Ho says : " the Arab bullets
from nil sides being nble tu fall into
the pnliico." No day without firing
since March 17, yot losses outside are
not 700 killed, though a good ninny
havo boen wounded. Serious scarcity
of food. Tho Egyptians "no good.'
Twu hundred of them armed with
Remingtons were chased by fivo Arab
spearmen. Tho negroes are tho only
men nn whom reliance enn be placed.
On the 20th of July five armored
steamers nnd four armored barges go
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
London, Oct. 21.—Recent official correspondence relating to Egyptian affairs
has been made public. The letter of instructions from the government to Gen,
Wolsely stated that the object of the
expedition was to bring Gordon and
Stewart from Khnrtoum. No further
offensive operations than should prove
necessary to secure this end would be
permitted. Neither the English nor tho
Egyptian government was prepared to
assume the responsibility of the government of the Nile valloy boyond Wady
Haifa, though they would be glad to see
au independent government established
at Khartoum which would keop peace
with Egypt, would encourage commerce
and prevent the slave trade. When it
was Known that General Gordon had
Bent Stewart to Berber, the government
directed Kitchmer to send n counter order to General Stewart. In a litter
dated April 22d, Gordon writes that he
haB offered freedom and pay to slaves
who deserted El Mahdi. This policy he
hopes wilt sound the doom of slavery in
the Soudan. He declares that if Shendy iB captured by the rebels, it will be
due to tno government's failure to send
Seebcher Pasha to him. He expresses
the hope that for the sake of the honor
ot England the Abysaians have not been
engaged to tight England's battles,
San Fbancisco, Oct. 25.- The Bteamer Newhurn arrived from Guayinas to-
dtvy ami liring* mtwi nf iliwtstrous storms
on the coast of lower California. The
steamer Estado de Sonora which left
Mnzatlan Sept. 29th with 19 passengers
and a cr«w of 38 is believed to be lost
with all on board. The steamer was a
Mexican coaster of 700 tons, owned by
Don Juaquiu Redo, and insured in the
city for $70,000. The Amorican schooner Dora is also believed to be lost. Another storm oceured October 7th and
continued three days and twenty liours.
At Capo St. Lucas it destroyed a grout
number of cattle. Nino Mexican coasters were lost; each hod from 3 to 5 persons on board and all perished, excepting one sailor boy, lhe storm ia the
most violent ever booh in these parts.
During the same storm the Amorican
schooner Dora, hence for Mexican ports,
Sept. 15th, and all on board are supposed to bo lost. The Newburn reports
that on Out. 14th the steamer passed a
quantity of loose canvas which she be*
heved to be from the Dora, aa that ma*
terial comprised part ot her cargo.
Wreckage known to be part of the Dora
was also found on shore near Cape St.
Lucas; no bodies or boats from either of
the above vessels seen or heard of since
the time of the supposed disaster. Another gate occurred Oct. 7th which continued with unabated fury for three
days, creating a tremendous soa and
doing great damage along tho shore in
the vicmity of Cape St. Lucas. At St.
Lucas it blow down and washed away
twenty houses and a large numbor of
live stock and farm property. Of nine
small vessels, plying between Mexican
ports, whicli were caught in the gale,
only one has been heard of. Sho was a
small sloop with live souls on hoard.
There was savotl from her a sailor and a
boy, the latter a sou of Mr. (1 recti, manager of Cape St. Lucas. The sailor,
whose name is not known, held tho boy
for sixteen hours in his arms above the
wnter before they were saved. The
names of five of these vessels, including
the one from which the above-mentioned
two persons were saved, cmild not be
ascertained. The other four nre the
schooners Sau Pablo, Sau Pedro, Situ
Cisne aud San Antonio. Kadi of these
nine vessels hnd from three to five persons nu board, nunc of whom have been
heard from up to th is date.
London, Oct, 20.—A monster radical
demonstration in fuvor of tho abolition
of the house of lord was hold iu Hyde
Park today. Over 100,000were presont. A long procession with bands,
ttugs, etc., marched through the principal streets. The marchers gioancd
while (Missing the headiiunrters of the
virions conservative clubs at tliu West
Mini. Many banners were displayed,
bearing auch inscriptions as "Down with
the lords," and ''The lords are opponents
of civil and religious liberty, and must
be abolished." Speeches were delivered
from nine platforms. Miss Jessie Craig-
en, a woll-known agitator, presided at
ouo platform. Resolutions woro passed
declaring thnt tbe house of lords is use-
lens and dangerous, nnd ought to be abolished.
Paris, Oct. 20. -A dispatch from
Shanghai nnnouncos that the Woo Sung
river wilt bo barred Monday, with the
exception of 2U0 feet for ships of friendly nations.
San Fhanuisco, Oct. 27. -The schooner Ounalaskn, commanded by (J. F,
Stoney, returned here on Saturday last
from an expedition of exploration of the
newly ducovcred river in Alaska. It is
known thnt tho cruise was n complete
success. They succeeded In ascending
the river for a distance of 500 miles, and
it is reported that tho country along
both sides of tho river is rich in minerals, and large portions art thickly
wooded, mnking suoh lands highly valuable for timber productions. Lieutenant
George M, Stoney brings specimens of
gold, copper nud coal whieh wore discovered, and also numerous specimens for
the Smithsonian Institute,
Cairo, Oct. 28.—Lord Wolseley to-day
reached Saraso, Borne distance south of
Wady Haifa,
London, Oct. 28—In the commons
Gludatone spoke iu strong disapprobation
of the Irish members for their strictures
on Earl Spencer, lord-lieutonant of Ire-
laud. He said if the charges they made
oould be proved nothing less than the
impeachment of his lordship was possible. The Irish members interrupted
Gladstone constantly in his speech, aud
he expressed his regret thut they did not
conduct thoir operations with more prudence and right feeling.
London, Oct. 28—The North German
steamer Oder, Capt. Sander, whicli arrived in Southampton this afternoon
from New York, reports that she passed,
Oct. 25th, at 11 a. m., in latitude 49 deg.
30 min. north, long. 27 deg, 19 miu.
west, the Dutch steamship Maasdam,
burning and abandoned. Her masts
were gone, but the funnel was standing,
and dense smoke issuing from the hold.
The Oder kept a sharp look out, but was
unable to hud nny trace of survivors,
and proceeded on her voyage. The
steamer Maasdam, Captain Vamlorsee,
sailed from Rotterdam on the 18th inst.
for New York, and passed the Lizard on
the 20th inst.
Ottawa, Oct. 28,-—The report that Sir
John Macdonald has secured a subsidy
for a line of steamers to connect with tha
Canadian Pacific railway and ply between British Columbia ami Japan lacks
confirmation,
Paris, Oot. 29.—The English authorities at Morocco are accused of inciting
the sheraof against the French, French
journals urge the government to take
energetic measures. It is reported that
an ironclad has been ordered to proceed from Toulon to Tanglers to act
for the protection of French interests.
" London, Oct. 29. ■- Official advices
from Pekin have reached the Chinese
embassy und been communicated to Earl
Granville, British secretary for foreign
affairs. Theae advices state that the
Chineso government is averse to Any
mediation between that country and
France.
London, Oct, 211.—Rumors have reached hore via Shanghai that a serious type
of cholera iB spreading through the
French squadron under Admiral Courbet, uow blockading Formosa.
Cairo, Oct. 29.—Wolseley nrrived today at Ambigol ou his progress up tho
Nile. The Canadian boatmen have succeeded in getting 120 boats over tho second cataract.
Cairo, Oct. 2D.—It is learned that
fifty Bashi-Bazouks, who were dispatched
from Massowah in pursuit of marauders,
have desert d in a body to a band of
Abyssinian brigands. Two Europeans
are held prisoners by them in hope of
securing a ransom.
Jabesh Snow, Gunning Cove, N. S.,
writes: "I was completely prostrated
with tho asthma, but hearing of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, I procured a bottle, and it docs me so much good that I
got another, and before it was used I
was well. My son was cured of a bad
cold by tho use of half a bottle. It goes
tike wild-fire, nnd makes euros wherever
it is used."
Lust.—In this city, on Friday, a ring
upon which were strung a $2.50 gold
piece, 25 vt. gold pii;;:e, smull knife, und
a carnclinn heart. The finder will bo
suitably rewarded upon,leaving these
articles ut T. R. Peat-son k Co.'b.
VAHAmiUKm*.
I-ur sir. Princess Louise, from Victoria,
Oct. 2».-Mrn A Miss Cornwall. Kov Me*
huy, Moflsrs Lnldluw, Fernwlok.CoscUH.
McKab, Gillespie, Calbeok, Jenkins
Ileuthorn, McDonald, and others.
THB WE-iT Mlt'lti: t»lt Kt'tTttHBt*.
-Tke Ureal Illustrated British CoUm-
bla Edition. A rail supply bow on linnd
al T, k. IVnraoii A Co's., utile agents for
the Mainland, at m cts. carta. te
Live Bear and Seal at the Fulton Market where you enn order choice vegetables from the celebrated farms of Kirkland and Steves.— Adv.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
ut the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower titan at any other office in
the province.—-Adv.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. R. Pearaon k Co's. *
Proporty belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C. D. RAND.*
Several houses for sale by C. D. RAN D.
REFORMED EPISCOPAL Church
lU'V. (J. II. Allen, PnMor. Hervlces In
tlio Court llousi! every Bu inlay ut 11 a. in.
and 7 p. in. Himduy Hehool ut 10 a.m.
All are Invited. Jo7-tC,
Manned by a Bon.
I remember a little bout I had in Africa once with a boa ; I shan't forget it
in a hurry, nnd I got my first dash of
grey hairs that day. I wonder I did
not get as grey ns u badger. My teeth
were as loose as a string of bends fur
two weeks. Folks thought I hnd the
old, home-made Illinois ague, I shook
so whenever anybody sung uut "Boa
coming." I was with a party hunting
tigers, jaguars and leopards, und nfter
an unsuccessful tramp through jungle
and morass we stopped for a cold snack
from the hampers. I grew infernally
sleepy nnd lazy afterward, and the
party left tno tu smoke. I hnd u mind
to follow, aud then again a mind to
take h rest, as the spreading trees
made a grateful shade, and I was safe
there frum prowling beasts, tho natives
said. Soon I bugnu to havo the pleasant est dreams a man ever had, and
saw the most gorgeous visions. Talk
about hasheesh and opium smoking !
They ain't n patching tu my feelings.
My head drooped lower, nnd I felt as
if in the seventh heaven. I wasn't
actually nslcfcp, nur exactly awake.
Suddenly I came to myself just as
Bound ns a nut, aud knew that I had
been magnetized by a bon. I swept
my hand across my eyes and there he
was, hanging from a limb near me, his
bright, glittering, serious eyes wide
open, charming me while making ready
to drop on me. Although I saw death
yawning for me, I was in a nightmare,
and couldn't move to save my life.
Then I felt with a thrill of unutterable
horror that he had begun to wrap himself about me in that last embrace.
My limbs grow cold, and one little
squeeze made me scream out in agony.
My God 1 Would uo one como ? Already thnt strong musky odor made mo
faint and sick. Another coil half made
when I felt n rudo shock, tho boa
tightening his grip for an instant, theu
loosening it again as his head waa violently jerked by the lasso thrown by
Captain Liu bridge, an uid tiger slayer.
Bang ! bang ! went four guns, and the
boa lay dead—a monster fourteen feet
lung nnd as thick as a young tamarind
I wanted to ctune homo and I did.—
St, Louis llepulilican.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary 81.
Hev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
II a. in. mul 7 p. in. Sundiiy .School uud
lllblu Class im p. in. l'myer Meetlnif on
Thursdays ut* ii. m. Heals free; Nlniui'erii
cunllnlly Invited. Je"-1<\
UinON LODGE Ko, 9, A. F*
A. M.— The regular Com-
runlentions of this Lodge nre
.     . held on tho lirst Mondny In each
month.   Kojouriiint; brethren ure cordially invited to attend      WM. HOWAY,
fe2Mc Secretary.
mu
hel<
—DEALER IN	
Fir Cordwood,
Alder Cordwood,
and Coal,
Which will be delivered anywhere In the
City ut the lowest possible rates, and In
quantities to suit customers.
TEAMING and DRAYHB
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
HS'Orders may be scut by Telephone,
or left at tho
GROCERY
CORNER OF COLUMBIA A BUCKIE IT!.,
Where will he found n complote Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries
and Provisions, &c.,
Which ure offered nt ItOWEST RATES.
ARCHIE BURNS.
(oolite)
mEMPER\MCE.«Tho   W. 0. T. U.
Church, Mary Bt, The Blue Ribbon Club
ineels every Wednesday evening at the
HkatltiK Rink; musical and Hit-run- entertainment from 8 to 0. Every ouo Is
cordially Invited. BundofHopo moots in
the lecture room of lhe Methodist (.'linn-li
every Katurday afternoon at half-pnsl two
o'clock, nuSto
NOTICE.
Mortgagee's   Sale!
110 BE SOLD UNDER A POWER IN A
Mortgage Deed, the Ni
U;rof Section 17, Township
minster District, containing unt nunui-i-d
and sixty ncres, more or less, wiih the
iintirnvoments thereon.
Tenders are invited for the purchase of
the property above referred to, till 30th
November next.
Tho  highest  or nny tender will not
neecssnrily he accepted.
Apply to
Drake, Jackson & Helmckkn,
oc2*ml Victoria.
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They both laughed: Hosier with tho
easily recovorocl cheerfulness of youth,
he in- tremulous tones, which had as
much pathos ns mirth in them.
"Tins ib tho son of my daughter,"
ho said. "She has boon long dead,
poor k|jjl—happily fur hor. Unless
when there is sumo business connected
with thom to bo settled, wo don't talk
much of thom. My wife and I long
ago went back to tho honey-moon
stage. Wo lmvo had to livo for oaoti
other; nnd very glad to havo ouch
othor to livo for. Children aro very
strange, my dear."
"Are thoy?" said Hostor, with an
nwe which she could scarcely understand.
"Very strange. So dependent upon
you for long, so independent nfterj
so unlike you that you cannot understand what you hnvo to do with thom.
Pophaps it is n penalty of living so
long an wo havo done. I havo a theory," said thu old captain, cheering
up, "that after seventy, whon you
havo lived out your lifo, you begin
nnother—and it is quito uliferent. It
is a pity wo can't renew tho old bodies
—oyes aud ears and logs, and all thu
rest of it. It would ho a very interesting experiment."
"Liko the people who found tho
elixir of Hfo, or tho Wandering Jew?"
Tho girl spoke to humor him, hur-
self wondering ovor every word with
thnt curiosity, mingled with pity and
tenderness and half disapproval, with
which youth listens to tho vagaries of
ago.
"Xot at all like tho Wandering
Jew;, his lifo was continuous and one-
ideaed," snid Captain Morgan, delighted to got upon his hubby. "And I
hubs a groat deal in tho stories uf
those whu get the olixir. Thoy may
renew their lives, but not themselves.
There is one I recollect nt this moment
—St, Leon. Of course you have never
read of St. Leon. He becomes a beautiful young man and the rival of his
son, who, of course, does not. know
him. But tho old follow knows him.
He is an old fellow, notwithstanding
his elixir; the soul of him is just tho
sume.   Tliat is not iny point of view."
Tho old man had become quite
erect and walked smartly, animated by
his fancy, leading Heater with him,
rather thnn leaning on hor.
"No," he repeated, "that is not nt
nil my point uf viow. The budies
keep old, tho minds yot— different. I
have shaken off my old burdens. I
don't take auy more responsibility for
those who used to belong to ine. Thoy
don't belong to me any longer. Thoy
aro laboring along in tho former lifo; I
havo started in the now,"
"But Mra. Morgan?" said Hostor,
with a quiver in hor voica.
"Ah! there's tho blot," said the old
man, "Of course Bhe and I belong to
each other for over and evor. Oh, I
don't want to begin again without my
old wife; and sho won't givo up tho
children, though they uro children no
longer, Onco a mothor, always n
mothor. Hestor. You women are
sadly fettered; you can't shako it off."
"Nor you either, Captain Morgan!"
cried .Hester, indignant. Sho could
nut bear that ho should so wrong himself.
"My dear, I could do it without
difficulty. Is it just, do you think,
that one human creature should be
made the victim of another, simply because.-ho has boen instrumental iu
bringing that other into the world-
supposing that they have drained nil
thnt was best in mo out of me for
years—supposing thnt they have mado
my lifo hard and bitter to mo—supposing that they have grown alien to mo
iu every respect — thinking other
thoughts, walking iu other ways? And
thut they, are as old and more worldly
thnn I am—older, loss open to any influence of nature-—am I to go on treating theso old, rigid, commonplace
people as if they were my children
still, and breaking my heart, about
thom?   No, no.1'
This seemed a terrible speech to
Hester. . Sho kopt patting his arm
softly .with her hand, and saying: "Oh,
Captain Morgan, you do not mean
that!" again and again. It was dreadful that he should any this. A father
to give uu his children! It hurt Hostel to think that' sueh an idea could
Iiml entrance into any mind.
"And as for the grandchildren, thnt
jb out of the question altogether,"
Captain Morgan said; "I am not going
to begin a now lifo trouble through
thom."
"I "thought," said Hestor, "that
fathers and mothers nover could forget their children; it is in the Bible."
" 'Cun a woman forget?' It is a
woman, my dear. Thero is nothing
about a man. My wife is horrified at
whnt I say, as much ns you aro. But
for all that thero is justice in every*
thing, and ono bouI Bhould not bo sacrificed for another. Well, will you
como in? I do not forbid you; but
don't tako much notice, 1 warn you,
Hester, of the person you nre going tu
meet."
The person sho was going to meet!
This was enough to mako her curious,
if not prepossess her iu favor of tho
unknown, who, however, she expected
to be introduced to her in tho shape of
n Bchool-boy—perhaps n heavy schoolboy—a sort of being for whom the
girl had an instinctive dislike. Sho
followed the old captain into the house
almost mechanically. Mrs. Morgan's
chair, now that it began to bo chilly
in the evening, was placed so as to
approach the lire, which in the evening was now always lighted and sent
out a cheerful glow. lt was moro
cheerful thau usual to-night, coming
in from tho gray of tho waning light
outside. There was no lamp, but only
the leaping flame nf the firo. The
sound of cheerful voices .in conversation, evon of laughter, was audible as
the door was opened.
The quiet in which tho old lady generally sat, waiting for her husband's
return—-a tranquility which was peace
itself, yet a silent peaceful ness™ had
nlwayr seemed vory sweet to Hestor,
That soft stillness of waiting had
seemed to her the very atmosphere of
love; but now at tho door, even before she entered, she was conscious of
a difference. Life had entered in.
The voices werc-tlot forced or measured, but chiming with ench other in
the free interchange of familiar affection; tho old lady's soft little laugh
enticing a louder laughter, her voico
alternating with the deeper tones.
There was no pause in this lively
conversation; but some one rose up
against the firelight—a tall, straight
figure, no school-buy, ns win evident
nt the first glance—when they wont in.
But indeed the first glance was not
supported, liy any further revelation,
for nftor the littlo commotion occasioned by thoir entrance, Iho stranger
subsided into hia chair again, and remained to Hosier, till Iter departure,
a shadow only, with a singularly loft
and harmonious voice. It got up
again to bow to her. Aud it went on
talking out of the gloom as she, sitting
iu tho full glare of tho light, kept
shyly by Mrs. Morgan's sido. Why
was sho shy? It was not her disposition to be shy. This evening a gentle
embarrassment was upon hor. She
had a pleasure iu sitting there by tho
old lady's side, defended by tho darkness from all necessity of saying anything, sharing, she could scarcely tell
why, tho content which trembled in
every tono of hor old friend's voice,
The captain did not take auy share
in this talk. Ho sat down behind
them, saying that the fire was too
much for liim, with a long-drawn
breath that sounded like a sigh.
Onco or twico he was appealed to by
name and mado a brief response, but
he tuok no part in tho conversation.
On ordinary occasious it was he who
talked, Mrs. Morgan, in her great
chair, remaining quietly quiescent,
now and llieu making a remark. It
was very strango tu seo thu captain
thus thrown into tho background;
but, curiously enough, Hestor did not
remark it, so much was sho occupied
with thn novelty of tho conversation.
When tho door opened sho was alarmed lest it should be the lights that
were coming, so much more satisfactory was it to lot things remain as they
woro. Tho unseen speaker talked
nbout n groat many thing) altogether
unknown to Hester—his brothers nnd
sisters, his cousins, a throng of unknown Christian names, every onu uf
which it wns evident hnd characteristics of its owu. The listener felt ns
if a throng of acquaintances crowded
softly iu, filling tho dim plnoe with uot
unfriendly face's,
"And what is Elinor duing?" Mrs.
Morgan said.
"It is easy to answer that question,
grandmother Sho is spoiling her
children, nud wo all know so much
botter, wo who havo none."
"Yes, yos; that is always tho way,"
said tho old lady. "But, Ronald, you
must tell hor from mo that it is vory
foolish. Sho will uot think it iB ignorance on my part. Her mothor, poor
dear, was just the samo;" and here the
old lady shook hor hend softly, with
a glitter in her oyos as if a tear was
not far off; but if so, there was sweetness iu the tear. She turned after a
time to Hoater, who sat by, with a
strango sort of pleasure to which sho
was unaccustomed, listening, iu surprised interest, without wishing to
take any part.
"You are surprised to hear mo so
talkative, Hostor? But it is not o'ton
I havo a grandson to wake mo up.
You did not know I had one, perhaps?
Ah! I havo boon hearing of so many
people that I don't often hear of. That
does an old body good."
"I liko it too," said Hester, tho
firelight adding color and animation to
hor faco. "I did not know thore were
so many people in the world."
"That's very pretty of you to say,
my dear," said the old lady. "I was
afraid you would think it all gossip;
but they nre people who belong to mo,
tho moat of them, And letters don't
tell you like the voico. You must run
away whon you aro tired, for I think I
shnll go uu asking questions till midnight. This young lady—tins dear
girl—Konald, is the comfort of our
lives."
"I thought uo Icbs," said tho voice
of tho shadow, with a softness whioh
went to Hester's heart, sending a little
thrill of pleasure through her. She
had not oven seen his face, but sho
cuuld nut bo unaware thnt he was looking at hers from the protecting darkness on the other side of tho fire. This
curious, pleasurable encounter, as
through a veil, of twu fresh souls,
hitherto unknown tu oach othor—a
moment as full of enchant ment as can
bo in this wurld—was suddenly broken
in upon by tho old captain, who
jumped up, notwithstanding his rheumatism, us quickly as a boy, and, coming betweon, stood up with his back
to tho firo, interrupting the light.
"My old woman," ho Baid, "your
Elinors nnd your Emilys are like n
book to her. It is like rending it chapter at hazard out uf a novel; but there
is no end to thu story ui.il no beginning, nnd she is at this moment deep
in her own—approaching tho end uf
the third volume,1'
"I should have said, to sue Miss
Vernon," Baid the stranger, who wns
now moro a voice than ever, now that
the old man interrupted what little
light thore was, "that sho was at thu
beginning of tho lirst."
Was it the beginning uf the first?
Hester felt a wave uf color fly over
hur face, and thought in her heart
that tho new-comer was right. The
initial chapter—surely this was truo;
not evon a beginning, but sumetbiiig
that went before any beginning.
"It never answers," said Captain
Morgan, "to givo an opinion without
knowledge of the facts. You aro a
clever fellow, Konald, but uot so clever as that coines to. You will (ind,
Hester, that round every human creature you como across thero is somo
kind of a world hanging, 'bound with
gold chains about the foet of—' That
is tho most uncomfortable motitphor I
know. I wonder what Mr. Tennyson
cuuld havo been thinking of? Did he
think that this round world was bunging ou like a big halt hampering the
going of Gud, do you suppose* But
thoro is something of thut kind, true
enough, with mon."
"If you mean that for me," snid
tho old lady, smiling, you nro wrong,
Itowluy. Gud knows my heart yearns
nfter them atl, great and small; and it
is tho greatest refreshment, nnd no
hampering, to hear about thom all-
their pleasures nnd their troubles.
What hurts mu is to keep it all in aud
ask no questions, ns bu often I have tu
do."
The old captain shook his head. He
kept on shaking it gently.
"Wo havo argued that question a
great many times," hu said, "but I
am not convinced."
What was evident wns that lie intended this conversation, which had
boen so animated and pleasant, to come
to an ond. He cuuld not, surely, bo
unkind? But ho placed himself, as it
wero, in tho midst of the ourrcnt and
stopped its flowing. A sensation of
vexud displeasuro and disappointment
with her old friend, whom she loved,
rose iu Hester's mind. Wns it liko
him to reject the kindness of kin, to
limit his wife iu her affections, to turn
a culd shoulder on his grandson I And
yot all these things he seemed to dq.
Konald, on tho other sido (sho know
no other nnme for him), had been silenced, Hu hnd scarcely attempted
to speak since tho old man took that
place in front of the fire, from which
his shadow fell like a dark pillar
across the room, dividing tho side ou
which Mra. Morgan sat, with Muster
beside her, from tho other, on which
was tho new being with whom Hester
had already formed au almost intimate
ncqunir.tnnco sho felt, though sho did
not know his name and had not soon
his faco.
(To bo Continued.)
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All outside labor 10 hours per dny.
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All Employees to find themselves lied,
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Boarding Houses will  be convenient
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It will not bo compulsory for Employees to board iu the Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
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Office op tiik Contractors,
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Ynlo, March I, 1883.
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rniii, lIl'lTll-tl'll llltl'HtlltC
ALL PKIWONH INDEBTED TO THE
nhnvo Kstuh' nn1 run u I red lo ki-IMo
hui'Ii Indebtedness forthwith; inn] nil persons having('IuIiiih.ngalnBt tlio wild Kh-
luto must send In proved accounts mi or
bofore llio 8111 November next.
Dated 8lli October, 1881.
K. A. JKNNH,
uclltd Administrator
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
County Court.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
the next si III UK of lhe County Court
will bo held on Wednesday Uiefithdnyor
November, ijmi.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
ocllil New Westminster.
NOTIOE.
SAI.F OF 1.4X1 > OJf M.1Y.YK I HI.4 Ml,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
tbo vacant portion ol tho east half of
Kccllnu twelve, Mnyno Lsl a ml, will ho offered for sale at puhl ic auction at tho upset
price of 32.60 por acre, at tbo Lands and
Works Ollice, Victorin, nt 12 o'clock noon
on Friday, 7lh Novomber next.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Coin, of Lands & Works.
Lands aiid Works Deportment, Vletorla,
11. C. Hill October, \m. oolBtd
TABLE
8 It owing tho date* mid place* of
Cour'tof AhhIxc, NUI Prlns, and
Oyer nnd Terminer for the year
1881.
spuing assizes.
(Oh Vancouver Island,)
VIctoi-lu Mondny, 7lh April.
Nuiiaiiiid Wednesday 4th Juno.
{On Mainland.)
New Westminster,,Wednesdny,... 71b May.
Yale, Monday, . .. I'.nn Mr.v.
KnmlooUH Friday DGHi Muy.
CI Intuit, Saturday, TthJune.
BALL   ASSIZES.
[On Vancouvku Island.]
Vlotui'iu Monday,... ,24th November.
Nnnaliiu), Wednesdny, !trd December,
[On Mainland.]
Riohllold, Mondny,... Sth September
Clinton, Tuesdny,..aoth September.
Kuinloojis Wdn'sdiiyMh October.
Lvlton, Siitiiiday,..18lh October.
Vule Snliininy,..I™h October.
New Wesl,, W-dn-Hduy.l2th November.
201 h January, 1884.
fo2lo
M0MIM0N   G0VEKXMKNT
SAVINGS    BANK!
Now   Westminster   Brnncli,
DEPOSITOHS AHE   REQUESTED TO
present tlieir 1'nns Hooks fur I user-
lion of intercut up to the mu .nine, mi.
G, PITTENDRIGH, Agent.
N, Vf., Sopt. 0,188J. K0flm2
Uiml ItagiNtpy Ordinance, 1870
Lots Ar«*. .1 ami 0, Block XXI 'II, in the City
tifXcw Westminster,
AOKUTIFIl'ATK OP INDEFEASIBLE
title to Ihe nbovo nieniloiicd lots will
be Issued to .Iniiies Morrison on lhe 22nd
dny of November, msi, unless in the
meantime « valid objection thereto be
made to tlie undersigned In wrillng liy
some per.-on claiming au estate or Interest In said lots or some part thereof.
It. Vf. AllwrnoKU,
Deputy Registrar,
I.-inil llc-.-lstiyniliei', New Westminster
District, 21st AmmiisI, 1S.SI. nii23*3m
"Lani F.egistry Ordiann:©, 1B7Q,M
Lols \»h. *.*, ;t, i, a, a,;, s,», io, 11, ij, iti,
14, IA nnd IR, liloek VI, In the Town or
Tort llooil), narke'K Survey.
WHEREAS, THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of .lnmes Cooper Keith,.lumen
William Harvey, und William Holland
Kcary, to I lie nbovc incut loncd Lots, bearing date tllOllrd day nf,I tine, JiMI, hus been
losl nnd application lius been madofora
duplicate of sueh eei'tliicale. Notice Is
thoroforo licn-hy given lliutsuch duplicate
eerlitlente will be issued unless citllsn be
shown lo the contrary In writing within
one month from (he dale hereof,
11. W. AltMNTRONQ,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Ofllce, New Westminster,
4th Ootober,lm, 4oclm
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, THAT
1> sixty days after date, I Intend making
application to tbe Cliief r-iinmlsslnni-rof
I,itmis und Works fur permission to pur-
eliusc t\VO uiisnrveycd uud unoccupied
Islands,containing ilill ucres. more or less,
und situate ul the mouth of the North
Arm of Frasor ltivcr, (South branch),
Southwesterly from Secllon .'H, 11 5 N,, 11,
7 W., New Wi-slmlnster District.
JOHN BROOK.
Now Westminster, R. C, Oet.7,18H4,
8oc2m
iQckmen!
STALL  FEEDING,
On iheir
snt Lnngloy Prnlrlo. nnd
,    . take  entile   for winter
fateiilng or keep. Htitchers. and (dock-
moil who wish entile kept fat and in good
order wilt Iind every facility, nnd mode-
ruto ohttrgi'H. The fnrm Is only PI miles
from New Westminster, uud Is on thu
Trunk rond, innkk BROS,,
a utile Lnngloy Prnlrlo,
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE
Hills, properly the subject of legislation hyllic Legislative Assembly of Uritish Columbia, wllliln (lie purview of the
"Uritish Noil li America Ael,lK(17," wlielli-
erfortheori'clion of n Ilridae, Iho making
of n Rnllroail, Turnpike Road, or Telegraph Line; lln> construction or Improve*
ment of a Harbor, Omul, Lock, Dam, or
Hiiile.orolhcrllke work; the granting of
n right of Ferry; the incorporation of any
particular Irudc or cnl Hug, or of any Joint
Stock Company; in-otherwiseforgraiillng
lo any iudhldiiul or Individuals any ex-
elusive or peculiar rights or privileges
whatever, or for doing any matter or thing
which lu lis operation would affect lhe
rights or property of oilier parlies, or relate to any particular ''lass of Hit' community; or for making uny amendment
of n like nature to any former Aot,—shall
rei-ulre a Nofice, clearly and dlsliiiclly
specifying the mil uro and object nf llio
application, to lie published us follows:—
A notice In lhe 7Irftf.<i*i Cnftimbiti Gtiziltr,
and In one newspaper published In the
District ulli'cted.or If there be no newspaper published therein, then inn ncwsim-
poi mtl.dnoxtnm.rpBt District iu which
a newspaper In published.
such notice shall be continued in each
case for a period of at least six weeks, (hiring lhe Interval of time between the close
of tho iicxfprcccedlng (Session und the
consideration of Ihe Petition,
Hefore nny Pellt ion, praying for leave tn
bring in a Private Hill for,lheereelionof a
Toll Hridge, Is presented lo the House, thu
person or persons Intending to petition
for such lllll shnll, upon giving theinotlee
prescribed bythe preceding rub1, nlso at
Ihe snine time and In Ilie same manner,
give notice of lhe rales which they intend
lo ask,Ihe extent of the privilege, lhe
helghl of the arches, the Interval between
Ilie nliuluieiilsor piers for the passage of
rafts nnd vessels, and mentioning also
whether i hev intend to erect a drawbridge
or not, and lhe dimensions ofthe same,
THORNTON FELL,
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly,
l-TOTICE.
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned who are alone
authorized lo receive such payments,
HUCIUtiB & ATKINSON.
October 2;!rd, 1884. oo25ml
Wc
STEAMER NOTICE.
NANJ) Al'TF.It SEI'TJ-JJBEU JOlll,
up-rlvcr steamers will   leuve Now
'estnilnstiT
Wednudm at 5 A.N. for Chiluwkaok km Wat
POITB, RETURN™ SAME DAY.
AMD Saturdays at 6 A. M. for Hope ami Way
Ports, returning Monday.
thos. _ BniGGS.
SOS Agent C. P. N. Co,
ITOTiaEl.
Ill Ilie Ksliile or (ieii. (ill-son, ilcrciisril
iii I estate,
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
above Kstate aro required to settle
such Indebtedness forthwith; und all personB having claims against tlie snid Estate must, send in proved accounts ou or
before tlie 81 h Novombor noxt-,
Dnted sth October, 1884.
K. A, JENNS,
oeiltd Administrator.
UTOTICB.
Ill re the Ifelnie «r 1IKX.MMIS II. WILSON, BeiTiisctl.
A LL PERSONS HAVING 0LAIM8
J\   against tho estate of tho Into Henja-
min II. Wilson, of Granville, ure hereby
requested to send iii their neconnts to the
undersigned on or beforo iSHh November,
1881, and all persons Indebted to the above
estate must pay Mictr accounts forthwith
to        LOUISA WILHON, of Granville,
Thu Executrix,
Dnted Granville, Oct. 14,1884.
oclfrtd
3STOTICE!.
Iti't'sliiteorAri-hllinlil NucLeoil, M.D.,
deceased.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THK
abovo Estate are requested to make
immediate payment, to tno undersigned;
and nil parties having claims ugainst the
said Estate are requested to furnish thein
at once In order that they may be adjust-
HUGHES & ATKINSON,
Agents for the Executor,
October 23rd, 1881. oo25ml
NOTICE.
Mortgagee's   Sale I
rpO HE SOLD UNDER A POWER IN A
L Mortuuge Deed, Ihe North East quarter of Section 17. Township S, New West-
iiilnslcrDlslrl--|leontuliiliig One hundred
and sixty acres, more or less, wllh the
Improvements thereon.
Tenders nre Invited for Ihopureliusaof
(lie property nbove referred to, till 20th
November next.
The   highest   or any lender will not
necessarily he accepted,
Apply to
DltAKK, Jackson A Hklmcken,
oc2*ml Victoria.
J. S. MCCUIRE, Nl. D.
CLINTON, 11. C.
Ills jjre-il Itemed y far Con sit million In
lis lirst or second slime,
Dlt. McGUIRE WILL AGREE lo cure
Con sum ut ion In Ita lirst or second
singe under his advice and treatment. No
fee required Ifiloln perfeel(rareobtained.
Dr. McGulre trenin all disease of the
lungs without cod liver oil, Fellows'compound Syrup of llvpophosphatcs, ornny
other medicines advertised for lung disease. Thu Doctor hus made this disease
his specialty for tho last fifteen years.
Thorough examination and advice, Slu.
Those who cannot visit Dr, McGulre al
Clinton, II, C, should send a full and minute statement of their trouble with SW,
iiml In.rn|urn a fullJ,-OU--"<> <*f "neilleinc
will be forwarded. There are good comfortable hotels at (Minimi for palieuls, nud
thcrilniutels the finest In the world; and
lhe Doelor recommends those sutl'ering
fiinii disease of the lungs lo come to Clinton for a short time.
10-SCttlll J. S. McGUIRE, M. D.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that wo
Intend mnking application to the
Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works
for permission (o lease for timbering purposes the following described hinds shunted In New WestminsterDlstriol:
1. Commencing at n posl ou the shore of
Gillies Hny, Texada Island, abonl one
milo N. \v\ ofShcllcr Point, extending
along the shore for a distance of UW
chains, with adepth of Hllchalns,contain*
lug 128(1 acres, more or less.
2. Commencing at a post on the North
shore of Curdero Channel, nearly opposite
Den hum Island, extending along Ihe
shore torn distance of loo chnins, with n
depth nf Hit! chains, containing WOO acres,
more or less.
:i. Commencing nl n stake on the shore
of Itemmlng llav, Thurlow* Island,nbout
one-half mile West of Jackson Point;
thence following Ihe shore line 12(1 chains;
Ibence In a N. W. ilhwlinn 2-iOchains*
thence Easterly Kit) chains; thence South
to point of commencement, containing
H-lou acres, more or less,
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
RlClIl). IL Ai.EXANIIKU,
Manager.
Hurra nl Inlet, B. C. ;*uth July, 1884.
uulDte
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO R.R.
<OXTllACTIIll'S OIIHt.
VICTOIUA, Sept. 22,1881.
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
For Wlille Labor on Ihe E-ff-ulmnll
nml Snnuliiio Kiilhvuy.
Rock Foreman fill 00 to 84 Ofl per day
Earth Foreman 2 fiO " son "
Bridge Foreman ;' m " 4 00 ♦'
Bridge (.'nrpenters  :t 00 "
llhieksmllbs, Istclnss :t M "
Drillers 2 00 " 2 2.J "
laborers 17,1 " 2 00 "
Hewers  DUO "
Choppers m 1 7ft " 2 00 "
All outside labor ten hours per day.
All carpenters to furnish thelrowiichcst
tools.
All (tmployves Iind themselves hoard,
lied and lodging,
Hoarding Houses will   ho convenient
along the line.
Hoard, $1 per Week.
It will lint be COmplilflOry for employees
to bonrd In the company's houses.
Wages will be paid monthly on the l.'ith
of each month.
GRAHAM A BUSK,
oi;4lc Contractors.
N
3STOTICB.
OTICE IS HEltEBY GIVEN THAT
application to tlie Chief Commissioner oi
Lands and Works for permission tn lease
for timbering purposes thn fo'lowlng described tracts of Innd situate In Coast
District!
Tract No, 1—Commencing nt a stake net
on HuswellPoinl InTnpnKiiHnrlHtr.theuce
nmth HO chains; thence west UK) chains;
thenee south to shore Hue of Topuze Harbor; thenee easterly, following meauderings of shoi-c line to point of commencement; containing 128(1 ncres, moro nr loss,
Tmot No. 2—Commencing nt a stake set
on shore line of Chancellor Channel,
about. JUKI vards southerly from Shorter
Point, ou Thurlow Island; thence south
ho chnins; thence west. 100 chains; thence
north Inshore line nf Chancellor Channel;
thence easterly, following mciindcrings
uf shore line lo point of commencement;
contulnlng 1280 ncres, moro or less.
Tract No. :i—Commencing nt a stake sot
on Ihe north shore line of Curdero Clinn-
nel, about due north of Green Point:
thence north 11)0 chains: (hence east lfdl
chains; thenee south to shore line of Car*
deroehnnnel; thenee westerly, following
meauderings of shore line tu point of
commencement; containing 'Stan ucres,
more or less.
Tmcl No. 4—Commencing at'a slake set
on nortii shore line of Kunderland Channel, due smith of Hparks' Cone; thenee
norlliKil chains; thence west llUI ehulns:
Ibence south to shore line of Ntinderlund
Channel; thence weslerly, following
meandeilngs of shore line lo point of com-
ineucemeiit; containing 12H0 acres, more
orless, .1.11. GILLESPIE.
New Westminster, B. c„ oei. 17, im,
idofllm
NOTICE.
PA1.TIES LOCATING AND PKE-
empting laml are hereby notified
that laud within the limits of the Hast
ings Saw Mill Company's lease ia not
open for settlement, ami tbat nuy one
entering thereon will bo prosecuted for
trespass,
RICH']) H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manager.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
W1IA11F STREET - VICTOIUA.
North Britisli ana Mercantile
insurance Co, Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Finslmry Circus,
London, K. C.
IJUY TIIK BEST QUALITY
Union India BuMmr Go's
RUBBER BOOTS
Howni-eof Imitations,
Be sure the bonis ure stamped ('HACK
PROOF on the lieelu, ami hnve tlie Pure
Gum HprlngH on the font aiul Instep, which
prevent their cracking or breaking. We
nre now making thein with llubherniul
AhIx-nIon Holes, which will mako them
hint moro than twice us long iin nny Hub-
ber Hoots inuite.
FOU SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
All klmlK Ituhl-ci- Belting, Packing,
Hose, Hprlnga, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Etc. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. 11. Pkask, S. M. Runyon, Agents,
nulO'lm Ban Francisco.
AND OTHERS.
NOTICE.
mill* MUNICIPAT.ITv OF THE CITY
jSH	
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
($80,008) ns a Hoipin tunny iiitkoii or com-
imny tlml will bnllil, maintain uml run a
Railway from the city of New Westminster to tlio Cnnndinn Pnelflo Rnihvny terminus nl. Port Mooily, salil oll*ers to be
sent. In to I his otlice on or beforo the last
day of Novombor, ISM.
By order,        A.J. ALPOItT,
C. Mi C.
Oity Clerk's Offlee,
New Westminster, tub Kept., 188-1.
lOseUm
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP-Y.
1 Old Broad St. nnd 10 Pam. Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
IjlOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
' Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Htirbor or Dock, ami tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shim building nud repairing, Binges nnd other Vessels on navigable rivers aud canals, uud .
Qoods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Hrituln and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 1.088 (lit DAMAliK IIY FIKK.
Subscribed nml Invested Capital,
£1,(300,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every informntion enn be obtained ou upplieutiou to
W. J. AKJISTB0NH,
Agent for New Westminster.
DR. ALLEN'S 1
PRIVATE   DISPENSARY,
30% Kearny St., San Fr unci mo, Cnl.
THE KIPEHT SPECIALIST,
DU.  ALLMN, AS 18 WBI.Ii KNOWN, TS A
rt'piilnr   KiiJiliuili-il 1'livrik'inn,  ---tm'td'-il nt
tii-mlilsi College -mil Ulllvorslty nf Michi-cim.   He
li-iM-leviitciliilifi-tfmi" In tliUHtmly Of tlie treut-
mi-ill nml cu:■(■ nf ili-t-iiM'ti williiu liih -|uviitlt*r.
-X-OT-r-KTC*  MEW
Ami MlliDLK AUHli MKN, wlioniOBinTerhiR ft-fii
tliiM-nVelN of Votitlinil linlhi-retiimi or Kiev
In iniiliuer yeftw, Km Vol's antl I'utsical uuuutt,
lllPOtlKOK, L"ST MAMUwn, confiihiiin of liteiiN,
illill eye*, nvorslon toiWOlot)', ileni-unilency, 'ilm-
jili-n on Dm fm-e, Una nf cncr-iy mul meinory, frt-
ijuonoyof iiriimtiiii*, etc,
MY HOSPITAL EXPER7ENCU
ftliivini* been ittut-eon in clmrico of two temllll'i
liin-iiltnl-i) eiiiilili-K me tu (rent nil nrlvutu trouble!
wild exeellent re-iiillti. 1 ululi it ilMi«rtl.v iitnler-
HtniHl tlmt I ilo imi di.lm lo (H-rtiirni liii)KiMililH-
tli's, or In llBVo nilriH-iilitii* ur miiierimtiiriil nower,
1 clulm only 10 !*« " fkillfnl mul Mia*.-s«l'nl Vliyil-
clan iiiiil Siiriieoti, Ihorouyhly iiilurnit'il In my
Biii-cliilty—
D1SKAMES  OF   NAN.
All ii-ijilyiiic to um will receive niy linncil
njilnlini of tlieir mm pin I ii Ik—No exiierlinoiitliig. 1
will pi urn II l« ii ik-hIIIvo euro In every ciinu 1 nn-
lU-iluke, or furfeit $1,0011. Ootlltll till ion In ollice
or liy teller run Hint Htrlctly jirlvnte. Clinrffei
raiHinnbto, Tlioroitgli exmnlimtlon, Incluiliti-i
cliemii-nl nml mll'ieieoplctti iiimlyiH of urine, nml
iiilvti't, fi.OO. (lllli-i- InnirK, 11 to D ilnily, 0 lit 8
eveuliiK-   Sumlny, 0 to V2 only,   Cnll or nililrcm
UR.    ALLEN,
SllLJKeiiiiiey-treet, gnu Krniiclico, Cnl.
*«- lleniHiiluT, tlm Doctor lum n Veoetabls
t'liMpntJMi, the ri'-ult i>f iiimiv yenra nf K|>celid
liriK-tlrenmllniiil nlmly, wlilcli, inuler lili riikIbI
mlvli-o, Iin* never fulleil ol itl< cew In Hie euro of
\t«t Manhood, i-biwtatohiiuka, etc.
TIIE GREAT EMLISII REMEDY
I-tanever-fniliug
Cure for Nerv.
ousDcbilitj-,Rx-
baufilcd Vitality
of n ny k I ii il,
Weakness, Par-
/.l/*ia, Prosln-
lorrboca,nnd all
Ibo terrible cf.
UcUoi'joiitliful
follies, and exc .;n a lu maturer yeere,
IIR. MIXTIK wilt ni-rcc to forfeit
Five llundrod Hollars Torn case of
this kind ilie Vltnl HORtomtlVO (under
his special ndvice nnd trcnttpcntjwlllnot
cure, nr for tit)Tt1itr-|f iniimre or injurious
fbnnil ir. It. DR. MINTIK treats all Dlt-
eases nieces;-full? without mercury.
COflEQllAllOll I'ri't*. Tboioiiffli eiami-
nation ami ndvice, jfi'OO, I'i ice of Vital
KCHtonitlVO, $:'0n a bottle, or four
times ilie qunii'liy, $1000; sent to nny
fliidress upmi n-ceijit of jirlc». orO O. D,,
Bccnre frnrti q^ctiration, nntl in prlvnt*
nnme if flcfrired. by A. E. MIXTIK,
M. I).
Those wbo cnnnol visit DR. MINTIK
in Sun Frnncicco shotitil send n fi.ll mxt
trilnuie stiiiement ol tlieir troubles wiib
92500, nntl In return a full course of
Medicine will be forwnrded, securely
pnckp'l. io as not to excite curiosity,
All orders lor medicine 0, 0. D, must
be neconipiinii-il willi $1,00 (ns a guar*
iintee of pood fulfil). wlilcli will be de.
ducted when the pticknfre Is shipped.
NAMPt.I*. HOTTI.B FRKK.-Sent on
H|ipllciitioii by It-tier stating Byniptotni,
sex nml npc Communications strictly
confidential. jnySl-ly
II H en r ii ry ill reel, Hnn I'rmrhro, feU

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