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Array mjMBBB 87
■VIE   AND   SEE I
W-     M.    HOLDEN,
POSSESSION
__t-WG__ TAKEN
I?*1
xri l_>i_n. and   _   _   . _
L«*c^*r>r>£».l   Church
Temperance   Honie,» fronting
Church Streets, opposite
ami   now known
RMERS' HOME!
commodate the tra-vellng public
>llo*vririK rates:
!><5T- day __..-. tl 00
"       -week    "„ £..„ 5 00
* Meals. —..„.„.....„..„.-,....      3S
 . .. .......-—..«....      35
od a ccoiuKiodatlon for Ladles and
*- . myDtc
-IUTCHERSON,
RSERTMAN   A DEALER IN
and   Ornamental Trees,
ADNER'8     LANDING,     B.   O.
SXJBSCBiBER WISHES TO rN--
Lra the people of Brltleh Columbia
ti-EX---; ost£il>Ii-3liecl a. "Nursery at _L_-ttd-
■anding, -elx_.c1 Is prepared to fill
srs _ __C«_>r Fruit Trees, Ornamental
*_M_i.r»it>t»ery, Vines, Small Fruits,
■3*e*s im ported or borne grown ac-
t-o tlie wishes of customers. Tbe
fc_>e:_r liii.« h£LcL a. thorough practical
ar in the business, and Iiavlnar a
lent stake In the country It is his
. to deal fairly with the public. Ue.
it upon the -various towns and set*
ts shortly, nnd nil orders -will bave
o-n.w.1 attention.
s E.   HTTTOHEBSOir.
Mcdonough
:^A-*v-*i-_srG   TAKEN
bom's Building. Front St.
»erly ocenpled _y Kyle A Xlltosi),
I^OW    READY
e his customers and everybody
■» srood » stock as a man wants to
rom.
<_=-<*o-«»«xa,       Groc«rlcn,      Pravliltnt,
■v-y*   CSJasswiure, Boots* dc.
* -iikI se,e the new place, and let us
rliat yon thiek of it.
Lote        c Mcdonough.
91
assortment off American Sll-
X"   Watches, pat. clnst-proof cases.
class    Swiss   Watches, from $8
---■-.%-a.r-cl _
o assortment off 8-day Strtk-
S Clocks, witli cathedral gong;
itl   ^-alnut cases;  latest  designs.
Seth Thomas* .Vickie Alarm
ocks.
I ICE   ASSORTMENT  OF JEWELHY.-w*
~%Vxt< «-ls  Repnlrtn**- it Speclalljr.   All
-V*'hb-ran *«-«!.
ion-»e-T_r_fcl>er     tho      place—the    "Bluo
3yl
Ool una bia St., NewWost
ESTABLISHED   1S59.
BT. DICKINSON,
5 U "TOHER,
jr   Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel.
•TZETW*    -WESTMnSTSTETft.
:      J____V_R/G-EST    AND     CHOICEST
.ssortment of   all descriptions of
lTS   and vegetables
.11 *_!■>- on band, {uid supplied to Fam-
*t-o-=r: v-.wiri-.T-.t_s, and Steamboat* at the
SVSST    T^O*l_tSTt*I_E    PRICES.
[    Registry Ordinance. 1S70
FOR   SALE.
-.Livitlfil liairorLnt >'(i. 4K, RliKkT,
r« «T IMMrlct W-mS Xo. 1MB. I* tke
Y m»r ^% «««-<»i-f* «-*r.
TTTtKAS --F-H.E CERTIFICATE OF
*Jf*itle    of      C*«-boi*"*-**-o     Knywood    to   the
mentioned Intxi I-»i*.h been lost or
i-otl. sincl -application hus been mnde
upl icatc thereof;
:__■* lw therefore hereby given tlint a
■?ertiflcf»to of Title-will be Issued tn
r    i-l*i-r*t-    s-rt.    lost,   or   destroyed, unions
l,o shewn to the contrary within
on tli   from  «.l«t«t.
r*t.  "W".. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Resristrnr.
=lo*_rlstry OfTloe.
v,-   Westminster, 2Tt.li Oct., 1880.
 cloc*2T*nci 1	
_ES<T-VTlT.TS.TT_e*L>   1875.
«© West Sliore
*».€*■ l_»n.Iance of 1SS6, lucltidliiK the
t*-» «-*•*'_. i hoi I<S»>** number, to nil who
ioe vro-w for!887.
x ttie Janunn- Issue TXIK WKST
^E_; will r><*«*-ni Itstwoifih yenr. Kvery
•__•**_.- contains ori*aclnn,l IlluntnitlonK of
*-*>-„ town.*s it-iiv-l industries in the Pft-
oi-th\rcst, equaling In excellence th©
TodncMons of Eastern mnf-.tr.lnON.
ontrlbuted articlei*, general lltera-
id ftftttoj-lo» are ontertRiningand care-
eait.**-.l, making the magailno a
ftinnily visitor. The comiuentN on
; -of Interest to tli I a region and the
E*.:rxi.o*c*.rit of Information concerning
tIoms r*o«onroea And the progress of
»t>Tir»or»t. alven In every number ren-
t^tretnely \ultiahle. Nofnm1l> can
to do without it. and every one II-
«.l Iv interested In tho Pacific North-
:r* -rlestrono of learning ita reeourciM
_n.«5  It  Invaluable.
•e »-»*r--t»s!*r»*f-l-n*ti<>n prico (-§2 por year) In
i no-vv yon will be entered ror 1887.
»o rrmninaer of 1SS6 will be sent as
r_fcln m.
_L*.  SAMUEL,
'*"/>' 1S3 Front Street, Portland  Or.
TKE LEASE, FIXTURES AND 8T0CI
of   t-hat, well-known   —   -      -■
___   bf. tiiat     	
next tbe Holbrook Hi
Variety Stem
"       Street.
Farm for Sale!
A N IMPROVED FARM FOB BALK
J\ cheap, and on wiy term.; with or
without tlie .took.
'     M. NICHOLSON,
dwoc7tc - Mount Ijebnsn P. 0.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEBKUT IN Ul. I.ANO-
ley Saw and Planing Mill; mill la
good order. For partlculersanply on tb.
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc St HEL.MCKEN, VlotarlSk
FOR JfrEWT.
FBOM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
an broomed House oii. Acnes Street;
Also—From the Firat of  December—a
large Store, with basement, on Columbia
Street, centrally situated.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
doc23t c Lund Agent.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between  Mary and McKensle streets, now
ln the occupation of Capt-Grant; con-talma
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable Cite* Lota.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bay,
80 acres of Land at Whonoek Railway
Station.
74 acres- of valuable Land 1 miles from
City on Hastings Roadi 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JeSSto      Land Agent, New Weitmlnnter.
FOR_SALE.
1440  ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 'MILES FKOM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wif-en
Road; two other roads runnln*. throufli
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
delate Ladner's Ltndiaf ,B.C.
-r—3_,ta-m-k——
Cream & fancy Cakes
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT BTREET,   OPP. C. P. S. WB*Mr.
NOTICE.
WHEREAS I HAVE BEER APPOIST-
ed receiver of all the Pflsvonsl «-
tat'', effect, nnd credit., tnctndlnp book
debt, and all other choM. In actloa da.
or accruing due to William lau ot Port
Hammond, by virtue of an order In the
County Court of Viotoria, dated th. BU
day of September. MM, all penona are
hereby warned trom receiving, ttklnr Into poBsesalon or holdlna any of the Hid
estate, or from paying to the M«d Wllli*_m
Isaac, hi. ssgenU or servants, any monies, or from disposing or In any dial*
Ina with .aid estate.
It is also provided by the wid Older thst
all personslndebted to the .aid es*ate or
bavins ln tbelr poesenlon ai.yefltect.of
tbe sard estate (other than what ba. bom
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver or
account for the same to me.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Sheriff.
Kew Westminster, B.C. jj     	
Oct. »rth, 1880.  dwoe-Ttc
Ever j Man to His twaiulien
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLOJIIAL noriLi,
KEW   WESTMINSTKR,   B. 0.
Pbjrslclans' rrescrlptlMs aad Faa-
lljr Beelpes • Spoclaltj.
N    B. — Only Uenuln. Drop ass*.
Over twenty veara' experiesc    nan
Public Notice
Hit WntoosiUr Wk Uniji
mHE UNDERSiaNED (THANKS TO
I the kindness nnd permission of the
Mayor and City Council) two wseks st*
re-opened the Public Ltbrnry, snd takes
thin opportunity to offer an fn-rltetlon lo
roNiOeiitN of New Westminster to Mr hln
u visit, Pnpera and lfasaslnet from all
directions are received for vatroas aad
v In I tore, and more will be added la mme a
rettMonable support ts obtained. The
tomm are 59 cents a month, to m+mnmr>. ss
papers, Ac., are paid tor ln advance. This
will amount to about 9 cents a day, ar the
cost of onr c-lgrnr for seven days permission
'--   —-       *   -heworld.s   "
to neo new* from all overt n
,and
elpffnnt itookx whieh may be ehaaisd
every 24 Iiourst There la no comyulsToa
about this, but those who believe lu fet-*
tlnslnoutof the rain end whoeansaloy
n deoent Are will doubtless appreciate iau
Institution. I-Adlen and stranaeia are free,
eo doubt _•*•■-._■ nU the parties whe believe 1*
Blue Ribbon will eome forward atoasr
and Join this attractive affair, both fer
their own credit and tbat of othtrs. Cone
one, come all, and you will ba attended l»
by one who oan soap all classes,vls.t
Yours Respectfully,
J* HKNRY W. HC-OHM.
Kew Weat. Aug. ao, ima aaaflta ,»--m9---mmmsBmeBmBB*
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Auction Sale A. J. Alport
PuMic Notico H. Wcjjjk,
Informatics. Wanted M. Egan
fnil-g -ftritiuh dolambian
Tuesday * renins, November ». 1884.
.*.*
An English gentleman who has
visited the hop farms of Puget Sound
'.utid'ttaVeUedover the 0. P. E. gave
a Winnipeg reporter some ideas
about hop culture. This is an in*
"iitetfy* wnich we have moro thon
once suggested might bo advantage-
ously undertaken in this province,
especially ii) this district. Tho gentleman referred to said: "Both on
! .^aiiB-juvor Jsland and on the mainland there is ample cleared land for
hop growing, and I believe that iu a
'.. very few-years hops will be the principal export product of that district.
lioth soil and climate aro admirably
adapted for hop cultivation, and next
dWin" "v?*-ishiiigt4n Territory I saw
some really wonderful hop crops.
They were rather grumbling at thc
lightness of this year's crop, which
is' Btill nearly a ton to the acre, and
in the very best hop land of Kent
and. Sussex such a yield as a ton
, would ba considered qdite unusual.
When you have a produot like hops,
.''worth $300 to the acre, oftener more
than less, and you can get a ton oft*
a single acre, distance to market is
of little consequence."
Few of our readers, perhaps, have
4 ver/, {ofrect idea of the extent of
the worfi! carried on by the Canadian Paoific Railway Co. in the
mountain region during the summer. The work of constructing
snow sheds to protect the track has
been going; oil without interruption.
i A« ninny ■ as 22 trains have been
employed in .this work, and over
3,000 men. Those sheds ani neces
sarily very strongly built, for tho
;;f6fce they may have to resist when
the period of snow slides comes may
j be enormous. They Site about S
, liiles in extent, and havo cost upwards of $1,500,000. The work is
now being, finished, but a force of
1,000 men' will be retained in tho
mountain region all winter, where
. they will cut' wood for the railway
and be ready for any emergency.
It is to be hoped the precautions
taken at such expense will be amply
sufficient, and that the railway may
bo kept in operation without interruption during the whole winter.
Although  not  an authority  in
j    ; moral   philosophy,   Ool.   Ingersoll
"generally carries a level head on
topics which concern worldly affairs,
i* Sefetring to the struggle between
.labor and capital he recently saidj
"Here is a shoe shop    One man in
the  shop   is always busy at work
during the day—always industrious.
In tne  evening he goes courting
;. j   some good, nice girl   There are five
other meu in the shop who don'fc do
any such thing.    These spend their
.,      working   evenings  in  dissipation.
•.; ■ ': The, first young man cuts out these
.: others  and  gets a   boot and shoe
'.*„: Store pi his own.'   Then he marries
1      the girl.     Soon he is able to take
his wife out to ride of an evening.
* ...'.The five laborers,his former companions, who see him indulging in
I'   his luxury, retire to a neighboring
saloon  and   pass a resolution that
ii.r.-jithere is an eternal struggle between
'    . jabor and capital:''   It must be said
* ** that the illustration applies well to
»■/■,,■[—any. of  the. labor. agitations, although wo are far from believing
that it describes tho position of all
organizations   against  capital and
.    inonopolies.
It seems quite certain that the
.) C _PN*.'e of this provinoe will soon be
eating bread made from Manitoba
whtat  instead  of flour from the
sound  and Oalifomia.     About a
week ago a considerable quantity of
Manitoba flour came to this city and
. ma taken by our merchants; and
yesterday   Mr.   W.   McMillan, of
,      Winnipeg, sold three car loads in
„  the .city.     Manitoba wheat is said
to be  the best in tho world, and
flour made from it is stronger and
;    ■■■j.jll '"go. further" than any other
*ilo6r.'' With these advantages there
■  .     should be no difficulty in introduc-
' ... ing it if the railway rates are satisfactory." The people of Britisli Columbia are probably not less patriotic than people of the east, and
would 'prefer to patronize Canadian
'.   products whenever thoy can be pro-
cored at a reasonable rate.    This
province has been using immense
quantities  of  American  flour for
- which it has Bent hundreds of thou-
•i'■''.'. 6ands of dollars out of the country.
■,'" ■ If wo can get better flour at as low
"J a figure nnd get it in our own country, surely tho change- will be for
thegenernlgood. Andjusthereitinay
bo asked, why do not British Columbians imiko their own flour. There
is no reason why they should not.
•   We have land that will produce as
much wheat to the acre as any land
, in Manitoba or the Northwest, and
..'British Oolumbia wheat cannot bs
excelled   in   quality by any wheat
'■ -JVtyti ««st of the mountains.   We
ij»Te  oftem expressed the opinion
-, tbat a Ant-clou flouring mill would
\.; ■yjMF'in this district, and that the best
plat*, tp locate it is right hero in thia
i oi«£' vWe have greater facilities for
hing tht various agricultural set-
*ntt in the distriot and the out-
luarkcta than any other oity or
village, and our connection with the
interie is equal to any. Tho man or
the company who first erects a flouring mill here will make lots of money
if it is conducted with intelligence
and on a sufficiently large scale.     f
Before deciding on the plan of your
now houso look ovor the latest architectural designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKenzie st., and combine economy with utility
and beauty. dw-sel3to
INFORMATION WANTED
OF D. M. EGAN, who was mlni-iK near
Port Moody In April. 1B86. Any Information will lie thankfully received by
his fallier, Martin Egan, Douglns P. O.,
County of Renfrew, Ontario.     HnofltSwl
Public Notice.
MR. JAMES HILL LAWSON, of the
H. B. Co., Victoria, holds my power
of attorney during my absence from the
province.
wnolOml HENRY WaRK.
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of Uew Westminster!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OF—
CITY RESERVES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
placo at the Agricultural nail,
in tlie City of New Westminster, on
Saturday, 27th Nov., 1886,
At 8 o'clock in the evening, when the
following lots will be submitted to pub-
lio competition, iu accordance with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, y1z.j
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lots Nos. 3 and 4.
Lots Nos. 13 to 20, inclusive.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook B.
Lots Nos. 3 to 6, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 16,      "
Lots Nos. 18, 10, 20, 30, 35 & 36.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lot. Nos. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 10 to 36,   "
ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots Nos. 6, 8, 0 and 10.
CLINTON PLACE UESERVE-Block F
Lots Nos, 1 to 4, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 3,0, 11 A 12.
Lots Nos. 14 to 31, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 33 to 30,      "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lots Nos. 14 to 20, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 23 to 32,   "
Lots Nos. 34 to 44,   "
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lots Nos. IC to 18, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 24 to 28,      "
Lots Nos. 33 to 40,       "
SAILOR'S HOME-Blook L.
Lots Nos. 1 & 2.
MERCHANTS' SQUARE-Blook G.
Lot No. 0.
t**Thc Lotsare mostly 06 by 132 feet.
TERMS—s&Ve per 'rent, on Hie full of the
hammer; J13;V, per cent, in three months;
nnd tho balance of the nnrchusc money In
six months from date of sale.
By order,
A. J. AI.POBT, C. M. C.
Clly Clerk's Office,
New Westminster, Oth Nov., 18811.
dnodld
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A COW-WHITE AND RED. ANV
J\ one giving any information leading
to her discovery will bo amply rewarded.
Leave word at this office. duo8t:i
WANTED.
A MAN AND WIFJ..TOTAKECHARGE
nnd do nil the work of a Hotel in the
Interior. Wages, 950 per month and hoard.
References will Imve lo beseht with the
application to JOHN MURRAY,
(fwno8w2 Bpoheos Bridge.
REMOVAL.
RAND HROH. HAVE TAKEN OFFICES
on ttie corner of Mackenzie and
Clarkson streets, one block nbove Coiumbin St., where they nre now prepare'! to
attend to business, docile
PY/EMIA
Is tho moat virulent form of blood-poteott*.
luir- Lt'iw HjK.ed._v futnl, but not Ices ter*
tftlnlv so, it tho vitiation of tho blood of
wliich llio first symptoms aro Pimplea,
Sties, Bolls, uud Cutaneous Eruptions. When tbo taint of Scrofula rivei
waniliigof itn presence by such Indications,
no time M.oukl lie lost in lining AYKR'B
Sarsapami.i.a. tho only perfect and reliable medicine for the purification of tin
blood.
SCROFULA
Ifl u foul corruption in the blood that roi*
out idl the inucbiuery of lifo. Nothing
will eradicate It from tbo system and prevent its ti-imsmfatilon to offspring but
AVER'S SAHSA1-A1UM.A. Thin preparation ImuIso the only ono thst will cleanse
the blood of Mercurial poison oud the
taint of Contagion-*) Discuses. Impoverished blood Is productive of
AN/EMIA,
A wretched condition Indicated by Pallid
Skin, Flaccid Muscles, 8h.tt.red
Nerves, nnd Melancholy. IU Ont
symptoms nro Weaknost. Languor,
Oisn of Nerve Force, and Mental De.
lection. Its course, unchecked, letdi
inevitably to luaonlt.f or death. Women
frequently sudor fron it. The onI| medicino thnt, whilo purlfrlng tho blood, enriches It with new vitality, aud Invigorate*
tlie whole system, I*
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
FKKPiUttD BY
D .3. O. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mat*
Sold by all Druggists: Price 111 (•
Slibottf-*-.or|5.
a_TOTIO_E3.
THURSDAY, THE _8th INSTANT,
having lieen set apart nnd appointed
by His Excellency tho Governor-General
In Council os si day ot General ThiinKB'
f Jiving throughout the Dominion, tho Funic Offices will be cloned on that dny.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Socretary.
Provincial Seoretaryrs Office,
Victoria, Bc„ 4th Nov., 1880.     rlnoStd
NOETH
Britisli & Mercantile
MURAIE
OOMPA1TT
Capital, $3,000,000;
Paid, $48,000,000
UstsaMloIiesI ■■»»•_»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
*_T Risks promptly taken, and' Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R. PEARSON,
doo7lc (B. C. S. 4 P. Co.) AGENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(ST IIABLTl
ESTABLISHED 1821
Bisks Taken at Bates
as Low as any other
Beliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doc7to       IB. C. S. * P. Co.) AGENT.
(.tMJI,
GENERAL
DEALER
COMPLETE STOOK OF
GROCERIES
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Clothing,
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST 01 LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY
fa-l-Wo
«^THAT-S«f
LOM FELT
WANT.
1 lew lap!
$1.25 -op the- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED BY
Mi H.
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respeoting the most important
district in the Provinoe,
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the Une of
the O. F. SX and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Kstate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
FORSALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
HEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
apMto
I
GUNS, RIFLES,
AMMUNITION,
Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle, &c.
SPECIAL  PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
We are prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line,
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
<-0R)iKB CUVRCn A COMIHBU STB.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Thr New dun More ilno2l_
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
(DAY OR NIGHT).
Oysters in any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Umlnr tlie present iniiniiROinetil. overy
tiling will lie found flrst-clnss, mul prices
tiro extremely low.
ilnolnill E.H. BARKER, Prop,
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plans and Bpeclflcallons for all
kinds of Buildings care*
hilly Prepared.
JOBBINQ NEATLY AND CAREFULLY EXECUTED..
AU orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop of W, Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Yonr favor solicited. jedto
-    '  -***•
GLOBE HOUSE!
jr ■■'' 'l       •:
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF    -
NEW lERCEANDISEi
'.....j-U-ACONSISTING OF——     ' ''*' ' ** }. ! \ J.'j'.jl
Millinery, D ress Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.   ^
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks;   1 :, ;:'
The Millinery is tlie finest and largest Stock on the Mainland.   No
need to go to Victoria."''■       ■    ■' ,' '.',-.'•'■■-
DRESS GOODS in the new materials and shadeB for the seaeon,
We oall attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE, which vre
have at various prices—37 Jo., 50c, 62 Jc. and 75c; cannot he spoiled by
rain, and even though soaked iri seai water or boiled in soda, will still
retainthe 0ft|6INAI».(JOLOE. '■''■ ■   ..'"""":':   ,'
The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with TleSj BrS-
CeSf ShirtSi SOCkS, &C., an<1 a new and fashionable stockol
Men^Hats^o,;;  ^^^^j^^ i'
dWOCffito ..,.,,■  ..     ..      _,1;..;.,.,   JU—k.XrJkX3-XH.
ALEX. HAMILTON
STONE-CUTTER,
AS SEVERED Aht CONNECTION
with John Mortimer, of Victoria,
uiHlci'taltO)) to furnlsli  ,
All kinds pf Monumental Work
AT REASONABLE'tiATfes.-    ,l-
Also, takos cnnlrdc-S for'Miwon Work,
In all Its branched ' '.;   ■ - •
Agent for Heller's tsimwo renlcrplecm
ABrackcls.
P. p. Box 135, Now "Westnjlnster.
d'onlflfc:, *     '_).
In the Supreme court of British Oolumbia.
QBTZ BROS., on behalf of themselves
and all other the -Creditors of r*oiits
Qold-PLAlNTiKMi j tC fi " A
' i    siso iH ;-.-,,
EDWARD GOLD, J-OUtS GfoliD-iind EMMA QOLD-DBPENDAST8.
BV ORDER OF THE HON. HENRY
P. Follow Crease, J., I nm appointed
Receiver of the U**uii Est at« now registered
In the nnmes of the DcfendnntS or either
of them tn the Laud Registry Ofllce at
New Westminster, and the ' Dwelling
House now occupied by the Defendants or
Bome or one of tnem sltunte at tho City of
New Westminster aad the personal pvo-
porty of tlie Defendants or either or' any
of thom now In or upon the said Dwelling
Houso nnd tho Hotel and -jremlses situate
at tho City of Vancouver known ns the
Gold House.
. T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Sheriff,
dwno3int - -      Receiver.
PACIFIC
New WestminstBr, B. fi."
;  mttmm ,-.!■ tttfitu i»l«!
REID & CURRIE
MAHUFACTURER8& IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN  THE  '
VEHIOI^ LJNE.
We have a largo stock of most .tif
tho above articles on hand, also a large
stock of Wagon and Carriage .Material,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.' (
Repairing, Painting £ Trimming
done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC !
In all its Braiici-CH.
Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural j Implements matte nnd repairul, aud all kinds
of Ironwork for - Saw Mills, lagging
Camps and Fanners, kept in stock nnn
mnde to order.
Ilorse-Shocjiiir and General
Jobbing:*
;. We nlso keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Oic'Shoes'," Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
fiprin^u and Axles, and a complete Btock
of Carriage Hardware,
Parties requiring anything In our Hue
will find by inspecting our stock tliat
they don't require to go to "Victoria to
got wlint they want, for they enn got a
superior article at n reasonable price
here.
. Wc are also manufacturing and soiling
the celebrated ■ ,
VICTOK   HAY BALING PRKSB,
At reduced prices. It Ib the Iwst and
cheapest Press in the market.    ' .
wr Wo have not the bust workmen to be
had In the country, and we Import nearly
all tho stock we use from the enst—conso-
quontly wo can offer Indiioemonta tu purchasers that we could not havo done n-mi*q
time iik'>. All material and work leaving
the Kiuip will hn puarnntcod to bn Just on
represented. Ordem ,from the country
promptly attended to, .   <
Qwoo-J-ml REID&OURRIE.   '
n MUSIC.    l'   '"
A B. DOAK HAS ARRIVED FBOW
jrt. the East, and Ib now prepared tors-
ceTvo a limited ndmbcr of pnplls. - instfu*
mental,^ per month. Vocal,T5c. a lesson,
strictly ln-advww.nAppl/ tim 9 to, 11
n.m., 2 to 4 p.m.  Corner of Cplf*iblaand
Cbor«h:8ta,i ■
oc13d Ito
•'JTOTiOEL
the Shuswap ud OkanigM Ball,
wai Company,   j
mAkB1'iJOTIljE *THAT A GENERAL
nt the offlce of Messrs. Davie A Pooler,
I-jingloy Street, V^clorlii, on auturday
the Wth day of N6vcittber"nB_tt, at ia
o'clock noon. ,   ; -,
By Order of the Provisional Diiectors of
the Company
H. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
Dated 17th day WOctobei1-1886, doc28m
PEEpTttEliKLE*
Have <roeelved direct from Quettcc a
lirgeconslBnmontcrf ■- ■    '
SPRING   MATTRESSES,
THE MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
'      -     CLEAN ARTICLE _\_M
Which Is manufactured.  Can be taken
apart and pneked iu a small space. doclSw
Re-Opening!
' " HAlf'oPEte 'A fekoVoN
McKSNZIE    STREET,
First Door to the Right froni Columblu
Street, mid will havo always on hand
. a lull as»rtmentoM'l?
'    "t'*)~li_J
4T'   " "
AKD AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A PERFECT  FIT
"''    Qunrant*ed Iti Tsie'ry Case.
-docSto
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
:| c
-sintln Opim »I,M«,M*
MdoWnft Deposit
,-*>i'i
Head office, Toronto, Canada
;",f HOMElo^ANr
This,, ■ Association.'. merits Otis
confidence the Public is reposing in j tt from - the following
•FACTSl—  :"  ' -'"'■''"'■
The Hocurliy offered to pulley holders li
nnsurpassed by any Company doing bun*
new lu Canada, . *,   ■■• *..  •
It hns no schemes of insurance, but the
Sell-BstabHHhe.1 lines, hence the polioy
olderR cannot he misled as to their contracts.    ■   ■ .':    . ' ,',■ i*|   ,[ ; ■■   .,-,.   ' t
Its statements to the public oan be readily understood, its cash statement show-
inir every item of Income and how expended. -,
Its position tsaicertHlnetl aimunlly from
a detailed valuation In whieh overy Horn
of liability Is Included.     \
Its progress has been unexampled In
the history of iimuranoo In Canada, w,
, IU policies aw Ind I nun table aftor three
years, and non-forfeltnble nftnr two yean*
existence. ....    ,  -i.   .1.1 -,-*i'--     ,..*
Its profits are distributed upon nn equitable oasis. The profit* to one class of
policy holders are not letMeriM' to five
larger profits to any other olati, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberalCea-illle-M mi* MfUlenwiuMt
-■^'ttttHlft
ilrsotor.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Al.nU, New Westmlus-Sl
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COMMERCIAL PRINTING
tn for I»y6iia those of «nj other esfa
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libdsot fonn to enter.        ; . V
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At the Company's Steam Printing Kb- ..
tablishmont, Columbia St.  '
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THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Del-w^WttiVfclt^iieVyear. '.ON
Malted, por year. .....100
Mailed, 8 months.  ,,,,L,. 13a
m
Commons Emotion.- We are authorized to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
Is in the field ur a candidate for the
seat in the House of Ooinmoni tendered vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Hr. Homer.   -1 .-. dwo.25.oj.
<   .. —r^,—. •» -»  , .   n*
The Gbabe Finished.—The whole
of the (jrading of the 'road-bed be-,
tween Knglish Bay and Port Moody
(with the exception of the enjoined
property) ia now completed. Thework
was commenced as far baok aa April,
the Wet weather and the fire having
interfered, with the progress of the
grading materially. Contractors Gid-
fling,' Eosenfeldt, JUttle,. Pearsall,
HSmJon; McDoniall, H>rMii»,..Mo-
Farland, Maokenao & Jensen, Hag-,,
gerty, M.Kenny, and'Horrissey all-
took 'part in tho work, wjuch has cost,
in the ueighlorhood of: (200,000.-"-
ntftefavei-NewsJ^     '.**-'";
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A Good Paper.—We are' receiving
from all quarters expressions of satisfaction at. the Weekly Columbian.
Subscribers are greatly pleased with
it, and do not hesitate to i Say •' ao. If
'those,j'whd.take an Interest in the
paper wish to givo a praotical turn to
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from the present time.to the 31st De-
cerireer; 1887. Any person getting up
a club of 6 new subscribers and. sending $10 will be entitled to receive an
extra copy froe. Ia all cases no charge
'»UM>, nndeJfcVT^ti-iJ-fcalsnw of this
mu ,*; ^— -°
■' SeV* De;* Eby.'—HoFlong ago Bjiti'i
Drj Eby delivered 'a lecture on Japan
In Trembitt lettipti, Boston,', On that
.roci^isio'ii,''Joseph' Cook'introduced the"
speaker in the. following i language:
"On tho banks of1 the Sumida, tlie
beautiful rivm which'flows through
Tdkid: in Japan,'!*1 was my fortune to
meet the eminent lecturer whom I
bow introduce to you. He comes from
the Dominion north of ub, and has
been ten years in tlie land of tlio rising
sun. He went there brilliantly equip-
-J in Gorman, French, nnd English
..-ing. He has been a missionary
of tho most devout type, and of. late
he has become 'a leoturer in Japanese
and, Knglish Jtp the wliole einpjro. ' Sir.
JH*i4jrarIti«S,»tl>e SiiglisH iriinister,
and Judge Bingham, our American
ministor-at .court qf tho Mikado, have
repeatedly been our guests chairmen
ih Tokio. His zeal, self-sacrifice, and
.eloquence hare begun tho work of
turning'an anti-Christian hall in that
vast city into something like an Exeter
Hall for. all Japan. I have profound
pleasure in tatting bythe hand,on
this platform, the Oriental correspondent of the Boston Monday Lectureship, whose letter, recently read
here, on tho Romanization of the Japanese language, you Ul remember; a
lecturer nnd missionary, whose namo
Japan holds in enduring honor for the
strategic work he has done for her
educated classes in hor presont great
transitional period—the Eev. Dr. O.
S. Eby, of j.Toklo..". Our. readers are
reminded that Dr. Eby will address
the anniversary missionary meeting in
the Methodist church to-night.
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to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
ots. p^jwea«-i*fyerti6n.
Cats?IsiastlseMllnetal, and Ior large ctlts
an extra rate will be chained. No adv*.
Inserted ln either Issue for less than 91.
P*ff
ispUg fvitisK Columbj
Plush in all shades, just received at' J;
KUard & Co's. ilno8wl
aU
%*
Zephyr Wool in
Co's.     dnoBwl
A fine lot of Boys Jersey Suits and
Ladles Gossamers, at J. Ellard & Co'rf.
dnoSwl
For Sale—Hotel doing a good pa,
business;  cheap.      Apply   at  Woods"
rrj.h]W
A
Turner &. Gamble. jyMtc.
We are informed that the, mails
ji ^Jll°jiftS9rgie Wg?<lt'Wr89 company
wul appear in the Drill Shed this night
Ift/Ani^fS Iff highly jecominouilfd
by the Oregonian.
Parents should see Ogle, Campbell
Co.'s new stock of boys' and youths'
clothing and underwear before purchasing elsewhere. no5-lw
Every one who can ought to be at
the Mothodift Church to-night to War
Rev. Dr. Eby's address on mission
work in Japan... Chair at 7:30,, .,..;,
/:.,^l•&nn■ itsti ltjad8;{_r(i6Jij ijnd seven
cars eastern freight came into the. city
•last evening. Some of the cattlo went
to Viotoria on the Rithet and a number to Vancouver.,      .,      ,.,.
.      *fWfp.«ir;-iHsi|-i-ftm HiWiing un-
f  der Italian skies yesterday, Victoria
' t-ajoyed tKe ltaury of a snow storm.
In spite of everything, Victoria does
get ah»oJ.of^s1winst-fW.i(,,,,,,       ^
In addition to our new stook of spring
joods we have opened an invoice of
• ,W__tof'Bi!»lrfud'--rwdcloths
,ch vOasaihuJi 'jWijsh the
"ailor.   Herbert Walsh, Man.
ager. ap21tc   >
We wish to call (he attention of the'
portation of English clothing, the best
nt arer -nought to the city.
'.!        _ioF-r—j.    ''■:■
Net Westminster District,
GBNTLBMEN.-As a successor to your
late representative In the Commons will
soon have to be elected, I hereby an-,
nounce myself a candidate for tbe position,
I purpose publishing an address In
which I will give my views on the most
Important questions affecting your interests, aud will visit the different settlements and address the eleotors before
election day.
In Politics, lam and will 6«tiiobough-
LT INDRPEMDEKT.
' Yours respectfully.
dWOdSto "1 T. J. TBAPP.
Destructive Fire at Calgary.
Special Dispatch.
oWitYj N. W, T., Nov. 8.-J-A
fire here yesterday destroyed Pariah
& Son's grocery, Lamont's tin shop,
Uie Union hotel, Mossey's manufacturing Co. buildings, Dunn A Lin-
ham's packing house, premises occupied by G. Baker A Co. and other
buildings. The loss is (100,000.' *In'
surance about 124,000.
Personal.
Mr. Thos. MeNeely came up from
Ladner's to-day.
Mr. Chester Chadsey caine down on
the str. Gladys to-day.
Rev. Mr. Seccombe arrived froin
Maple Ridgo to-day by the C. P. R.
Messrs, H. F. Heistermsnn, Wm.
Dalby, and John Fannin arrived from
Victoria to-day via Port Moody and
tlieO. P,R.
• r Rev, O.: S.' Eby, D. D., jjccompsnli-d
liy Mrs. Eby and three children, were
among the arrivals by the C. P. ft.
froni the eost'to-day.        .;.       ..
G. A. Dixon, Frankaffle, On.,, saya:
"I was cured of chronic bronchitis, tnat
Criminal Calendar.
Following is the calendar of the
New Westminster autumn assizes,
Which will open hero to-morrow, Hon.
Mr. Justice McCreight. presiding:
Willie Diok, an Indian, indecent assault; Ah Foon, robbery; G. Austin
(Colored) robbery; Patrick - \ O'Connor,
larceny, obtaining goods under false
pretenses; R. Shannon, robbery; D,
McOallum, horse-steaiinit; J. J. McDonald, foi'gsryi A. Wendell, lar.
ccny; M. Nelson, aggravated assault;
M. Kennears, robbery; J. E'son, nr-
abh;' W. Stott, attempt fo murder. '   '
LatiHI-l
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Bf«lal u (ke -VtAunUu.   '•
Chioaoo, Nov'a,—Afcout ^,000 mon
reported ior -work at tbe stock yards
this morning. Everything is quiet and
no disturbance of any kind has been reported to-day. The soldiers started on
their rounds at 5 o'clock and patrolled
the eatire district. Most of tlie men
who came to the yards were brought in
by trains. Thero were no assaults on
them so far as known.
London, Nov. 8.—L6rd Mayor's D^y
opened gloomy and dark. There are
few signs in the city to indicate that this
is the day for tbe lor-} mayor's show.
The display of bunting and decorations
usually made on this occasion is almost
generally omitted, and the populace
seem imbued with a sense of oppression.
This condition is duo to anxiety for the
result of the threatened gathering of socialists. The police have made all possible arrangements for resisting any attempts at disorder. At an early hour
shoals of roughs began to emerge from
the slums aad take thoir way towards a
section where the socialists have arranged
to assemble. Battalions of police proceeding' to different- pointa received,
hearty cheers from the people. The
streets in the wcBt end of .the city pre*
sent a remarkable appearance. All the.
shutters of the shops are drawn:.and barricaded, aud iron railings are boarded
with stout timber banks. Other buildings are secured in a similar-mahner.
These precautions are. not cbpfiued to
buildings on the route of the lord mayor's procession, but extend to streets far
beyond.   Police und reserves, have been
troubled, me for seventeen years, by the
uae Qf.DfcThomip'gdectricOH." Sec
that 'the signature of Northrop & Ly*
man is on the back of the wrapper, and
you will gft' .the genuine Dr. Thomas'
The regular monthly business meeting of the W.C.T.U., will be held>
the losture roooi.of thOjM«thodist
' Church Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'olock. A full attendance of MmbdM
is requested..    ..
At a meeting held in the Hyacli: hal),
last evening: a quadrille club wns organized with Messrs. 0. R. T. G.arri-
meeting takes place this night weok.
riA*oM'»el'h«shi' irritating; piping
compounds lo.oft*-.M|d «purging rmtdi-
oinos, and correct the irregularities of
the bowsls-by the-use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills, which an mild and gentln, yet
thWMgh'tod searching in their action.
Witnesses in the different cases ibo
necessary at the court house at 11: a.
> m. to-morrow, and that failing to appear they will be liable to a fino of
*^'a pdrltik'Ay..', 'fea^parirfa act,
directly and promptly.   A single Jwttlo
'•VUl'1 Jlrovetts' mferite.   Many thousands
. timely care in properly cleansing this nw
'Unl.^tt.obi'.fii.t.mcdy.
The funeral of the late Josias Chas.
Hughes took flaW'to-lkyiiiid thi* procession was probably the largest ever
jsesn Jn: (his city. Tho arrnngonionts
were in the hands of the Masons wjjo,
witlr tho A.O.l'.W. attended in inrto
■^'rfti-iBM,;0 Seviral gentlemen'from a
distance were also' present. • The,
Ohuroh of England burial sorvice was
read by the Ven, Archdeacon Woods,
and after the customary Mosonio service the, remains ..were deposited in
their last r'estihg place iii the Miuio)iio
cemetery. W'
Civic SalbM* WlnW dUerved
from our advertising columns tliat
another sale'of city reserves luis been
arrsuged, for the 27th inst. There
.-JtliW'iiji-J' strangers in the eity,
soine of whom are sure to stay, and
'PWM
«wl»*Uild'di»«lllng»foii'»hemsel.iis.
Eclectrie (
Fatal Acclflenig.
AnEvjotfo.1,.Pay.—Monday last
was an eventful day in the annals j of
the Mral city,J»f • JJ** .Westminstor.
In 'hsi motniiig,.Jthei .Ohinaajan Ah
Busy was hung for murder. , At, noon
the first railway train came into tho
oity over the connecting line of the
Canadian Pacitio, and at night the eity
ly train of events."— .Yanaimo Fret
PrMm«i.f hf* aiiy policemen in
Nanaimo it might be well to keep ah
j^j^W rtwi'-jfw-"- tm •»"■-
WBTERMIUWUWAy -18MTH8 IN THE
%        ■■       .-■'■ 1   .
From parties wlni came in on yesterday's train we learne^ that a fatal accident had taken place on tho C. P. E.
in the Selkirks, but the information
was so disconnected that we decided
not to refer to.tho matter till further
particulars could be obtained. A de-.
s'patoh received from DonsM this
morning announces thit the''accident
occurred to a construction {rain in the
Selkirk range of the Bookies bn Sunday, While the train was climbing a
steep grade near Roma' Pass it broke
.loose and parted, md the ears,running
back, Collided with A work train be
hind it. Both trains were wrecked,
and two cars containing contractors'
outfits and stook were ditched.. Two
men were killed outright and several
others injured. The latter were
chiefly hurt by horses trampling on:
them. The list of casualties, so far as
>p be mado up, ia as; follow.: Mo-
, McDermott. it' I'dbs's 'foreman,
lyit-worknnW.r hanM. unknown,
and Levi Code, storekeeper for Mc-
Dermot A Robs, who wero badly hurt,
have since died of their injuries. The
injured are W. B. Earle, civil engineer, Mrs. MoRue, wife of the killed
foreman, and a number qf workmen
who* naines afe flnknovrn.r Parties
whs hare arrived here from tho scone
of the accident and who saw, some of
the injured state that they were mangled in a most frightful manner, in
ono or two cases the limbs being com*,
pletely Severed from tho bodius. Men
and ciiildron wero thrown in ed! directions by the force of the .culliinOtt between the detached oars and tlw work
train. The construction, train, which
was proceeding on the up grade, had
.a large number.of men ou board who
had beon employed on the snows hods,
some of whom were returning home
witli 'their' 'familt.s when lhey were
ovortaken by this unfortunate accident.
'A%atiris also re'pr'rtcd to have- been
 etfi ■ **
fun*b'"ef and killeif at Sogor's Pass on
Saturday in this.way: He was walking on one of a double' track when' he
taw a train approaching him. ' To
'avoid it he stepped over onto the o ther
Hack, not seeing that there u as a
train coming up on this also behind
him, The result was that he waa
struck by the latter'and ihata ntly
■Wiled.
"•"*•'■ ■' ji'**1'*'	
Mr. **. A. Harrison, Chemist! and
Dnsa'srlst, Duimville, Oiit, writes: "I
oan with conSdence recommend We ortli-
rop tt, Lyman's V-getablc Discovery • and
DyW"!>Wc Cure for Dyspepsia, Im pnn
Blood, Pimples on Mie Face, Biliool ruess
and.,Cor^tipatiou -such cases ha ving
come ur ior iny personal observatiin) ."
City Council.
The regular weekly meeting of tlie
city oouncil was held last evening.
Prosont, his worship Mayor Dickinson,
in the chair, and Councillors Bonson,
Elliott, Shiles, Calbick and Lord.
-      COJiMDHICAT-ONS
From A. O. Biggs making un application for Jos; Suninose to be allowed
to peddle fruit. Granted., j
' From the Toronto Rubber Works
offering hose at $1.10 per foot. Received.
From D. B. Prophet, asking permission to placo lumber on John street
for building purposes.. Granted. ,,.
,    aSHHSAL Bl'SIKKW.   ,
; The opening of tenders for the construction of a ferry slip was deferred
for one week and the time for completion of the work extended to December
15th. J
Bills and accounts were disposed of
as fellows: Telegraph service, (3.60;
McDonald Bros., 50 cts., np-* Z. S.
Ball, 50 ets., ordered paid; Jas. Cunningham, (35.21, referred to finance
committee; Woods, Turner-*; Gamblo,
(177.50, referred to finance committee;
Archibald Burns, (3, and Thos. Trapp,
(8.05, ordered paid; William McColl,
(1G.75, referred to finance committee;
Kew: Westminster A Port Moody Telephone company,- (35.50, referred.to
police committe; Z. Smith, (10, ordered paid.
His worship reported that the following telegram liad been roceivod
from Sir John McDonald: "Ko official
notice of Mr. Homer's death has been
received that will be attended to."
Received.     ,
The clerk read the monthly statement which showed tlie ordinary municipal receipts to have been (1006.70;
special receipts, (082.00. Ordinary
expenditure, (1017.57. Special rates
collected in previous month and transferred to respective accounts, (825.08.
Coun. Lord presented a voluminous
report on the matter of placing a large
gas lamp on Front street ta light the
river and railway track, but as the report was not complete it was referred
The applications of Messrs. J. Uron
A Co. and Mr. McLellan for water lots
28 and 20 were considered.
Coun. Calbick moved, seconded by
Coun. Lord, that the application of
Messrs. J. Uron & Co. be granted: ..,
* Coun. Elliott 'said 'his opinion was
that the lease of these, lots should bo
put up at auction and knocked down
to the highest bidder. The motion
was oarried.
HAIK   Or llBKKUVIW
' His worship said several Ciuitiivies; . ,,,.,"■..,     k,-   ■   . .,
,     .':, .'     ,       n-vc a full history of the robberv of tho
had been made of him as to when tlio   ..yams Express car on the San Francisco
oity proposed offering more city lots ' railway on thc night of Oot. 25, wheu
for sale, and ho t^Uft-^~1.«^^.*^X-SS
'gard the letter as a blind, fnd do not in
tlie least abate their vigilant guard over
Frothinghim. Indeed, it. is stated on
pretty, good- ^authority that tho grand
jurj '■yeBterday'- found ^Indictments
against Frothjngham, Jim* Cummings,
and two others Whose names aro not
given for complicity in thc robbery, -r ,
About 10 o'olock this morning d|e of
Pinkerton's detyejives placed Frothing-
hum in a carriage at the Southern hotel
and took hlm'to the court, where a short
time afterwards the grand jury returned
an indictment against him, charging him
with grand larceny und with rdtciving
stolen property... -Two other indictments
were returned* on« against Jim Cumings
and one against Kichard Jtlac.
D. Drysdale & Co.
=«=
Wholesale rit) Mttket.
Itoef,     per 100 li_s.„.4«...-«1j(- 00 & $7 00
Pork    ,:   "        ...ii1., £77 50(4 0 00
Mutton      "        ...U *' " ■** -
HldestgKn)"
Potatoes     "
Carrots       " ...
Parsnips    "
Beets          ■-*' '   . ...
Cabbage    ", «-.
Onions      '•   - ...
Apples      "
feet*        " ...
Wheat,        " ..:
Oats          (1
Pons           "
Hay, per tan ...
Butter (rolls) perlb...
-••ggs,      perdoz ,-.;,.,
Geese,       euch     ', ■	
Ducks "
Chickens, por .pair ,
Turkeys, per lb „...,.
Cordwood (retail) per cord...
. 8 CO (ifl 9 00
...8 50® 0 00
... 0 75@ 0 00
.., 0 IIT(§ 0 75
,.. O-tOiii 0 75
...-0 758 100
,.. 0 75 3 100
....0 509 100
,.. 1850 2 00
... 2 00(3 2 SO
,..2 009 2 50
,..1509 175
... 1 12(3 1 25
..■/'lMa 175
,..10 00 ft* 00 00
...0 259 0 30
...0 129 0 10
...0 289 O90
...1509 175
... 0 259 0 80
,.0 509 0 75
.. 0 20@ 0 25
,.8 509 4 00
posted at prominent  points, and a large
military i: force and nil thd household
troops are in readiness if their assistance
is needed.   At 11 o'olock the force pro*
ceeded to the Nortii  side of  Trafalgar
•square.   Shops in .the vicinity are closetT
and dobra and windows of -jewelry establishments heavily barred... One  hundred studenta, armed with  sticks, Bave
gathered abont the square.' A' crowd of
loafers ormed* and at tbo  entrance to
the square they were met by "the police
and turned into the strand.   At Trafalgar square the crowd  is  increasing to
vast proportions;   The police keep ad-
triirable order. At noon a mob'800 strong
was halted, . The police then cleared
the square and pushed the crowd towards
the  Thames embankment.   There tho
mob  halted and hooted and groaned at
the oflicers.' Three hundred red medal
students armed with bludgeons marched
along the strand to aid the police.   The
prooeasion started at the usual hour and
proceeded over the designed route with*
i out any thing happening beyond the usual
horse-play, incident to the occasion, The
police dispersed the medical students and
refused to allow them to occupy Trafalgar square.    One. thousand  policemen
were posted  on the square* the Scott's
guards were clustered lh  St. George's
barracks behind  tlie National gallery.
The crowd about tits square at 1 o'clock
bad grown  to collossai proportion, the
rough element predominating, and accessions were constantly arriving.   Police
lined   the streets converging  on  the
square. They also surrounded the square
and refused to permit any one to enter.
Efibrts  were  made to keop thc crowd
moving as far as it was possible/ At 1.30
p.m. it was reported that the Socialists
would,.attempt;;to hold a meeting at 3.
When  the procession passed Trafalgar
square it met with no demonstration trom
the crowds, except unorganized cheering
and  hooting, the latter being especially
directed  at the lord mayor.'   After the
show had passed the mob at once surged
over Into the square and soon formed o
dense throng about Nelson monument,
A number of men mounted the pedestal
at different periods, some of them waving:
red flags,   The square soon became tho
scene of excitement.   Recognized Socialist  leaders managed here and there to
gather around thom groups of .men ready
and willing to listen to speeches. In this
way the vast crowd soon divided up into
numberless excited groups, each stirred
up by Its own spokesman, and all independently noisy and excited.   The police
did not attempt to interfere with the
rush of the mob iuto the square, but.
formed   a   strong  cordon  around  it.
Among  the sneakers who addressed the
-groups was'Williams, the Socialist loader.
He  declared that the populace would
show tbat they could hold an orderly
meeting  to let .the  publio  know the
amount of distress which at present cx-
Isted among the workingmen of Kngland.
Another speaker said: "We want food,
work, and a dwelling place for all, and
we will have them.     The socialists
wiU     continue      tlieir    work      until
overy vestige   of    tyrany   Bhall   be
swept away'.. We are here to agitate in
a peaceful manner for work for all and
for over-work for   none.     Resolutions
asking the government to provide work
for the unemployed and to reduce tho
day's work te 8 liours were oarried, and
tlio group which had adopted them, and
which hud by this time absorbed nearly
all the   multitude   remaining in the
square, dispersed,' cheering for tho promises of social revolution.   Most of the
people who had composed this audience
at  once   weut   away—others   loitered
about, aad joined various through of socialists who -attempt*! to hold a counter
demonstration iu Trafalgar square. They
were attacked and roughly bandied by
their opponents   and  driven from the
scene.   The police and life-guards interfered and cleared tlie square.   The work
was not diihuult, and but one arrest was
mado.   A section .of   tho '-crowd went
Trent the square to tho residence of tho
Marquis of Salisbury and attompted to
make  a   demonstration.     Thoy Were,
however, easily.dispersed by tho police.
St.' ttOUB, Nov. 9.—The  Globe-tiem-
acrat this morning prints fe letter, dated
St,  Joe,   Mo., Out.  31st,  aud   Biguud
" Jim Cunnhiiigs," whioh  purports to
Ar Efficient Remedy
Iu sll esses ot Branchial snd Pulmonary Affections Is Ayir's CHZRRr
Pectoral. As suoh ft Is recognized and
prescribed bjr tbo medical profession, and
in many thousands of families, for tit
pssi forty yea,rs, It has been regarded u an
Invaluable household remedy: It Is a
preparation that only requires to be taken
o?.I■^s_]a#,•",ld■,?ewdo!e■
cold or cough wtljeffi** a speedy cure,
nndmay, TeryliiSablyrsBve life, r
ls |io doubt whatoTer that
tho early stages of a
effest a speedy cure,
rly, savo life. Then
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has preserved the lives of great numbers
of persons, by arresting the developmentof
laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
and Pulmonary Consumption, show
the curo of those dangerous maladies. It
should be kept ready for use in every
family where there are children, as it Is a
medicine far superior to all others In the
treatment of Group, the alleviation at
Whooping Cough, and thc curcof Colds
and Influenza, ailments peculiarly Incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude tn dealing with all diseases of this
class Is of the utmost importance. The
loss of a single day may, lu many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious time In experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efflcacy, while the
malady Is constantly gaining a deeper
hold, hut tako at once the speediest anil
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED Bt
Dr. J. il. Ayer & Co., Lowel,:'.ass.
Sold by all Druggists.
ARE NOW  SHOWING  A
Very Extensive Stock
 OF	
NEW DRESS GOODS
Inajl the Leading Materials and most desirable Shades, With
NEW TRIMMINGS TO MATCH
INCLUDING
Plushes. Rosary Trimmings. Metal Buttons,
Chenille, Etc., Etc.
"(flr Otir Goods were all purchased before the recent advance,
consequently our prices have not advanced and Will be found, as
usual, the very lowest.
New Goods now open in all Departments.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwoc6tc y$ Columbia Street, N. W.
Pleasant as syrup: nothing equals it as
a wonn mei._-.i_ic.: tlu* name is Mother
Gravos' Worm Exterminator.. Ihe great*
est worm dt-stroycr of the uge.
BRICKS lJRICKSl
riOB.SALE-A   LARGE' (.DANTITY,
Apply to
W. B. ■fOWNSUXIV
AUSTIN BRICK,
dnofml
Z. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGE-*,
18  NOW  PREPARED  TO   REMOVS
Night Soil, Dry RubblsD, etc.     .
All ordors promptly oxeonb I ot reason*
ablo rates. V. SMITH.
dooBto
w
TENDERS
ILL BE REOEn/JT-OTjr TO NOON
on WEDNESDAY THB 10th _N8T„
for the construction of u Wood Sled and,
Oil House at North :   lr.1. ~ Finn   nml
speclllcatlonK can be seen ut Jbls office.
H. ABBOTT.
Port Moody, JNov. 5; 1S88J
tion'., snpl.
' lllwrjtd
Change of Business!
an opportune timo for -another auction.
He did hot think, however, that tho
Colonial Hotel was' thc |u*i»pur plnco to
hold it.
It whs resolved that nll unsold city
reserves, with the exception of Lytton
square, bo offered ' at* miction in the
Agricultural Hall on tlio 27th inst. und
that the sale bo advertised in tho local
papers and the Victoria Times.     *,
Oouncil adjourned till Monday evening noxt.
Per str. Gladys, from Harrison River.
Nov. u.—Mrs Chadsey, Mrs Williams, W
Nellno. Brown, BUnelmrd. Oluulsey, Tait,
Knight, Lapum, Lneroli, Baronte, Camp-
betl, DoDkiteaiter, Union, llot.luion,
Morrison, JocMon, Whito,tt Indiana, and
Beveral others. ••	
Give Holloway'b Corn Cure a trial. It
removed ten corns from one pair of feet
without any pain. What it has done
once it wiU do again.
two express money envelope-), from oue
of which $30,000 had been abstracted,
from the other $12,000; also, memorandum of enshter of the Continental bank
notifying the American National Bonk
of KunsHsCity tliat 930,000 was enclosed.
Tho envelopes and memorandum have
Wcu fully identified as thoso taken in
the robbery. The sender of the letter
given1 As a reason for 'writing that ho
wants to clear Frathingham- the express
messenger, from the sosttioion whieh. is
now attached to him. The letter gives
full details of tho robbery, nnd asserts
that Froth ingham was taken completely
'by surprise, and was no party to it. The
letter said the robbers had a l.out and
camping outfit, two guns and a box df
provisions secreted near the bridge at
fit. Charles, Mo., and also a package
containing a l-evolver which had been
loft at the check stand at Union depot.
Following the directions given tn tho
letter, the skiff, guns and provisions
were readily found by detectives, as was
also the package containing the revolver.
Notwithstanding all this, detectives re-
JOHN G. BUNTE
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
thanking the Publia tor their kindness antl piitrounKe In the past and bespeaks tho contlnuunco of the snmo to his
successor,
W. E. FALES,
Who hopes to sec all old friends and make
many new.
All pcraons indebted, to J. O.^Bunte are
requested lo iniiku lmmcdlnte noil lenient;
and all clulmo against him should be presented without delay. ' •'■    - n
It yon have carpets to new nud Iny, window blinds to in a k«-or hung, pictures to
framo, Ao„ Au, plouae give ura call.
».*._Wl|.,,^ool^.LE8
Next door to A. M. Hen-Inn's Drug Storo,
Columbia St., X. Vf., B. ('.      dnoStc
JUST ARRIVED
JAMES ELLARD & CO.'S
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Black and Colored
Silks, &e,
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery tt Mantles.
LONDON HOUSE,
iVo. 195 and 117, Cor. Cofon** ani Hary
Streets, Nae Tl'eshntmtef.    dwocl8
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy & Staple Ory Goods!
WHITE
is ring:
LOWEST
dwno3tc
SHADWELL & CO.
(OPPOSITE COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
500,000 NOW IN USE
And bearing! the Highost Testimi)-
v' niala from lUll-Wip un* them.
The Cheapest and Best Machine in the Market.
Oall nml examlno thom  before going
IrlHOWliertr, at <
Chas. J. Robson's
FRUIT STORE,
Opposito Coloulnl Hotol. rlnoSto
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVK FOR MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THE WEST END WITH
excellent Bread and luperior Groceries have just jrarohued Mr. WlUb's
lease of Uie KiUry, lately owned by F. Kimble, on Oolumbia Street, and will k-Mf
the two houses open for the accommodation of the pnblic. They -"-Ifl- to mppljr
Goods of the very best description and at the lowest possible price.
f Goods delivered to all parts ot the City freo of ritarge.
doeSto
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company,id.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
New Westminster   Vancouver * Viotoria-- Ifftfttelt GotemMsit*
■'Hcs-dtiy Evening, November 0,MM*
myTimajl
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
911a
■fecial la thc I'oluu.lil.u.
London, Nov. 6.—The leaden of
the socialists announce to-day that
the; havo finally concluded to abandon holding meetings in Trafalgar
" intf* t»;ti*prrb*j.
:ioxi>o_t,JJov."J.. -Fred Archer, the
i .(jjiloWtoi.'jockey's death, wu the
remit of a pistol shot wound inflicted
by himself while in a delirium result-
lli ing fwlii a fever. It ia reported he
was ill of typhoid fever. The lirst
symptoms .of tbe diaeaio appeared
Thursday; after ho had been present
at the Lewes races When it became
evident that his illness was likely to
bo serious he waa taken to his sister's
■ hojie at Newmarket, where he rapidly grew worao. He had been in a raging fever since S'unbTay morning. He
was left alone for a few minutes, and
his attendant shortly after leaving the
..; sick-room heard two pistol shots. He
hurried back and found Archer dying,
having shot himself with a revolver.
London,  Nov.  8i—Mr. Gladstone
in reply to the despatckea of Bulgarian
deputies aaya-.. ' 'My opinions and de-
• iri aires concerning the emancipated or
autonomous provinces of the Ottoman
"""empire  always have been the same.
The liberties obtained by them from
til**  Sultan . I consider to be intended
for" tlieii'own use arid benefit and' it.is
not proper that they should be handed
ovor  in  whole or in part to anybody
else.   1 hnve never thought it my duty
to raiBe my voice on the present occasion because X believe there is no difference of opinion in England on tlie
BUbject and no reason to doubt that
the sentiment of  the nation is repre-
rtt j seated iu the councils of Europe by
Q( LoW Iddlesleigh.
jF        The Windsor Life Guards have been
O     ordered to London to assist atthe
Lord Mayor's show.
The beard of works lias ordered all
public works in course of construction
barricaded in order to prevent using
bricks to-day.
Sir Chas. Warron has requested tho
local authorities to keep the street!
fret froin anything that can be used at
Biinsles.   Tho West-end shops are bar-
? Mile*.' WWW
Baltimore, Nov.  8.—Fully 2,500
people braved tho cold and journeyed
.   Sic miles  to lee Jack  Kilrain and
Frank   Herald  spar at Herring Run
race track today.   A ring was pitched
on the track directly  iri  front of the
judges' stand.   The two men were in
,. splendid form, Herald atlipping at 176
and Kilrain at 180 pounds.   The tun
was nearly down when  the pugilists
made their appearance, and  a  brisk
wind from the northwest made standing on the bare  ground exceedingly
unpleasant.   Wheu  time  was called
Kilrain ut once began to work on the
. offensive, and  after a few  moments
' sparring got in tlireo.wicked blows on
hii opponent's face in rapid succession,
 eaetr bringing  blood.   Herald  then
made one of his  furioui  rushes, but
Kilrain dodged him cleverly and they
clinched, and in breaking away Kilrain by a quick movement landed Herald squarely on his back in  the corner, where ho hy bleeding from the
'   ki»4 and nose and panting  heavily,
tititJtilia police  rushed through the
opes aiid stopped the  fight.   Kilrain
was  not  touched, while Herald re-
V      ceived a cut on the upper lip and anothor on hiijiose.' The short work
and the two-ounce gloves use'd showed
conclusively  that  both  men meant
_-''*b|isineis, and that instead of  wanting
,     scientific  points they wanted to see
'■'.   "'.'■Ji'ch  wai ihe  best   slugger.   The
*-*xi>rinclpsia were at once hustled off to
*,, ,    tht fioi) house, ond  the crowd dis
'-'•vperstd/i There fi talk of the fight being finished witli  lure knuckles tonight, »i
SokiA, Nov. 8.—Gen. Kaulbars hu
refused to communicate to his government asking them to name a candidate
for. the throne, became' Bulgaria
Itnbws that Russia hu declared the
sobranje to bo illegal. The election of
a prince will only occupy one sitting
of the sobranje.
"'' ; . LoBiaviMj., Nov. 8.—Tommy War-
***"" renot Louisvilloand Patsey O'Leary
of Cincinnati fought 12 rounds near
Mulldrigh Hill, Moad, county, to-day,
for the featherweight championship
and (1,000, with  kid gloves, Police
SOazctte rules.   The'tight wu awarded
I to Warren on a foul allowed bjO'Leary
leaving the ring in the Uth round.   A
•pcoi.l train with 1,000 people left
the city early thii morning, paying JJ5
head In witness the fight.   Representatives from ! Cincinnati, Chicago and
the east numbering 5,000 were present
,-,   -anil took Bart in  the betting, whieh
•'*■'   *-Vras'orte-siaed, odds being offered on
Warren.   The morning wu apent in
squabbling  uver a referee, " Chick"
,'       Cawlthern of Louinille being finally
,r* '; chosen, ani at 2 o'olock both, in fine
t~  * condition, 118  ponnds oach, stepped
into ths ring.   In the 12th and lut
round, after opening cautiously, both
men made a rush and clinched.  They
were ordered to break away, and u
they did so Warren struck O'Leary a
hoaey, twinging blow with his right
on the left jaw.   A foul wu claimed
by O'Leary'i bicker, and he passed
 under the ropes and out uf the ring,
The referee did uot allow it, and
O'Leary was brought bsek.   The referee consumed 15 minutes in reading
,. ... tho rules,and decided that O'Leary
J had committed a foul in  leaving the
ring and awarded the fight tn Warren.
Neither of  the men showed muoh
punishment.   Warren's lip  was cut
- and O'Leary'i fuce and mouth show
slight  punishment.   There ii much
tsatisfaction over tho result, though
it.generally thought Wirreii made
i bost showing and would have won
the fight on iti meriti had they fought
yio , fini.h. Another meeting is talked
of. Xheugl. nu diiturbancu or dii-
o-Wff**-?-*1, '"fag the iay the
croM at a whole wu > tong,, one, and
nearly all were armed.
Panama, Nov, 8.—Advlcoi from
Jamaica, dated Oct. 31, lay the decay
M3*m»e^~w«
crown, may be gathered from the following figures, which ihow how the
-*te**j»ta*-liFof*c****d*^ -~$T-
declined in cultivation   during the —
perioda named. Number estimates
were in 1833 653,184, 513,216 in 1879
and 189 in 1884. In reference to this
decline and the general depression;
prevailing the lcgiilative council'
passed resolutions that the island he
frermitted to make arrangements witfi
he United States or Canada onr the
basis of reciprocity, in order that
sugar products, now so seriously affected by the bounty syitem in the
English market may find a favorable
outlet nearer home. Bf
Havana, Nov. 8.—Work liu been
again suspended in nll the cigar manufactories of this oity.
Chicago, Nov. 8,—The packors have
resolved to fight the Knighti of Labor
tini all other otjganizationt. , At a
mooting hold thi- afternoon they unanimously adopted resolutions declaring
that their men are ready to work.but
are prevented from doing so by Uio
action of the labor organizations, and
resolved that they (the packers) will
not horeafter employ any man who is
a momber of such labor organization.
Tho resolution lias been signed by
every packer at the stock-yards.
At 8:15 this evening an associated
press reporter arrived direct from the
packing town and headquarter! of the
lst and 2nd regiments of the Illinois
national guards. At 7:30 all was perfectly quiet in the vicinity of the stockyards. No I disturbances had occurred
during the day and there were no
grounds for fearing any during the
night. Sheriff Hanohett has issued j
proclamation u follows: "Notice to
the publio: On and after Nov. 9th and
until .further notice the entrance into"
Uie packing town will be open for thp;
admission of any men who desire to
work and for all personB who desire, to
business with the backing houses or in
the stock yards. . No others will be
admitted. Amnio protection willj.be
furnished for all men desiring to go to
work."
St Paul, Nov. 8,—The Pioneer Prist
haB official returns by wire from all
counties in tlie State making McQUl's,
Republican, majority 2314. '..!..
, Berlin, Nov. 8,—The Emperor
William hu a slight oold and, is in consequence obliged to forgo tlie proposed
hunt at Springe. JJ "'.'•
Hanover, Nov. 8.—The malady of
Prince William of Prussia increases
alarmingly.. Continuous injection! in
his nose, ears and mouth fail to subdue1
tho accumulating virus.
Milwaukee, Nov. 8.—An uproar
ciists at lacrosse in thit state on account of the enforcement of Sunday
laws. ' Not only have saloons been
compelled to close but telegraph and'
tolephone companies wero required to'
suspend operations, milk and bakers
wagons wore stopped, mill repairs
necessary to permit the saws to move
on Monday are not allowed and even
paid choir singers in ohurches must
stand the risk of prosecution.
Madrid, Nov..8.—A Spanish expedition hu left the Phillippine Island!
with instructions to tako possession of
the whole of Paragua and to occupy
the chief porta of southern Mindanano.
Tlie govornment will offer tools, exemption from taxes, and freo passages
to settlen.
Berlin, Nov. 8.—Tlie nuptials of
the Princess Elizabeth of Saxe-Weimer
nnd Dull Micklenburg haa taken placo
in the palace chapel at Weimer.
Among those present. were Crown
Prince Frederick William and Grand
Duke and Grand Duchess Vhdomir of
Russia. m
Valpakbo, Nov. 8.—The lots of the
British hark Sarah Anderson, en route
from Coaghimbo to England has been
confirmed. All hands including the
captain and his wife were lost.
Tirnova, Nov. 8.—The Sobranje
to-day adopted tho regent's address and
adjourned till Wednesday., In the
meantime there will be a private reunion of tho members to discuss the
election of a prince.
Grau, Hungary, Nov. 8.—A fire
hu occurred in the cathedral here, destroying several pictures and damaging
the interior badly, The edifice had a
narrow escape from total destruction.
This cathedral wu considered the most
magnificent modern building in Hungary.
St. Louis, Nov. 8.—A apecial from
Little Rock, saya: The color line came
very prominently to the front in thit
city yesterday. Willis McNair, a coal
black negro, for yean put a barber
in Little Rock, wu serving on U. S.
grand jury, and when the jury went
to J. U. Knott's restaurant for breakfast the proprietor, refused to admit
the negro to the dining room. Capital hotel reitaurant alio refuted.
When the facta woro reported to
Judge Caldwoll he made a speech
from the bench to the effect that jurors were officers of tho law and could
not be separated, otc. They were
tent back and IT. S. marshal instructed to accompany them and report to
the court. Mr. Knott again refused
to admit negro. Capital restaurant
however took them ina body and for
the firat time the negro enjoyed hii
repast at the leading hotel of the state.
The proceedings caused no little comment.
A New Device.—A Winnipeg despatch says: A number of Americans
are in this city in connection with the
trial of Stewart, the Kansas forger,
which cornea before tho grand jury today. The com ia really one of great
importance. It is a new method of
attack on a merchant defaulting who!
takes refuge in Canada aud as suoh ia
being watched with great interest by
moneyed institutions across the line.
As embezzlement ii not an extraditable
affair, the prosecution in this oaae ii
not trying to extradite Stewart but
they are prosecuting under the Canadian atatute which provides that any
one guilty of bringing stolen money'
into the country be subject to tho same
punishment u that provided by tho
statutes of the placo where the theft
was committed. „,
Absolutely Wire.
-This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wbolesomeness. Mow'
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold ln competition -with tbe
multitude ot low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
Rotal Baking Powdkb Co., 106 Wall St,
New York.,   .      » Mely
REMOVAL
 NBE^eiiijiED Will, at the
end of montli move his business Into
.InMtaute'B new Building, opposite Lyt-
tou Square, end- w*r offers his stock of
Furniture at or bolow cost.    Gome buy.
*>"■--' '   '    .: JpHNiE.iiORD.
1 *       , Columbia .Street.
Adjoining Dickinson's Meat Market,
Neyf W^jitiolagcr,$pv.'% 188(1. ..flnolinl
PUBtl^^fftWAY.
"'       New irtituUiter District.
XTQTIQE W- HEREBY GIVEN that a
Xl public highway Is horeby established
pong the southern boundary of Section
ft, block 5 north, range 7-wcr.t, and having
a width of 89 feot, measured tothe north
of said section line. <
■ ii -.-■ -.'I- WM. SMITIIE^ -
Chief Commissioner of Lands * Works.
Lands A Works Department,    ...
Viotoria, B. a. Ootober SrthilBW.
., ■.-- ■ ■•-,-..   -   dotf_3wU
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVH.s tbat application
1 will be mado to thc "Lesrl .lattve Assembly of the Prorlnce of British Columbia,
at the next session thereof-, for an Aet to
Incorporate a compnny for the purpose of
constructing,* managing and maintaining
Waterworks at the terminal—■*■-■-■--*»---
ilnt of the
 , il Harbor
nnd for the purposes
company the
from Capilano
Canadian Pacific Railway on-
and English Bay, and fo '
thereof granting to the
BrlvUege of taking wa 
reek, Burnaby Lake or other suitable
points, with power to the said company
to build Ouines, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, ocyulre lands, aud do another acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants,
Dated September 30th, 1885. dettc
Port Hammond Hursery I
VTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
ll your orders, If you wont some of
those ulce fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc, from Ontario. As I return
about the middle of June to settle up my
affhira there and come out this fall with
the stock for ray nursery here, and will
select and bring your orders right along
with me for this fall and next spring's
planting,! will satisfy all both as to quality of trees and fruit, nnd I will be settled
here In the business so you will know
where to And mc. All communications
after the middle of June may be addressed
to meat Bowmanville, Ont., or to Carleton
A Harris. Port Hammond.
G. W. HENRY,     -
mySStc i Port Hammond P.O.
TUIMOM CAU HO. 8.
P; 0. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
sural Uiliss!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries ft Provisions.: i
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK, Columhla St.
jd.w-wi8t<0.
HACK FOR HIRE.
TBE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the Oltr ol Now Westmlnsler wllh a FI118T-CLA8S
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open far
Terjr as-slerate Charges, , .
Onler, led st tho Colonial Hotel or sent
ity tolephono, will be promptly attended
o day of night, Stablo next H. Elliott's
JOS. OXTEB.
Telephone No. 38. 7 mylte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT iM
Fprn«sh«g»I! Kinds or tielp
Iharge.
Tt BEI.L A
FuaasD Tohooi and Impiirb Bmatii
are two concomitants of biliousuus remedied bjr Nortlirop A Lyman's Vegetable
Disoo-ery and' Dyspeptic OuM. Heart
barn, which hsraaeea Ihe djspcjtlc alter
meali, and all the perplexing and change-
lol symptoms ol established Indigestion,
ere dispersed by this salutary correctlTe
tonic and celebrated blood purifier,
■■-   ■   '.'"i-   WW.
Beantlful photographic panoramic
views In British Columbia, 7o eta, per
set at T.R, I'tano* *Oo.'e. ';
THE SHJlMORIBEr. HAI. ON BAND A
largo quantity ol
BEST WELLIXGTOEV LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORDWOOD,
»i,,W•?W.,^S,:fi».o?•
Orders left at Mr. MeOoll'siloreon Columbia streot, or at my house, Douglas
•treel,wlll meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELUQJX
Nffl-WeeHwrnsfer** fly«»
DlgSlJSlSj
Kew Westminster, B, 0.
mhlOto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'Y.
;"inr'.J_   0.   ru:j'!J'! J..:;'Ji'r.. .i'jrljJOlla t
1 Old Broad St. and 16PaUMai.l,
LONDON,    v.
INSTITUTOD 1808.
FOR INSUBINO HOUSES* OTHER
Buildings, floods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
C-rgoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable' rivers .and canals, and
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,   '. -,i
FROM lOSS OR DiMAflB BI FIEE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.600,000 -.TQ.
Batatof Premium and every information oan be obtained on application to
W.J; ABMSTBONfi,'
Agent for New Westminster.
-PRACTICAL—
Hu jut received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold aud Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
GOLD & SILVER WATOHES
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
j from $25 to $55,   nc'nj
Ladles Size American Stem*
vlndine Gold Watches, at
,,m,m. ■■
RKMRMBRR-We do not sell "filled'*'
Watches and Jewelry as wild gold. •. '■ -
'Oar goods are guaranteed just as represented, and prices lower than any
other bouse in B. C.  .....    ij .
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Colonial
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER,
•'.    .noli 'Iv,' y  '    '.   ■; ir."
WiflRoss
boci^L^j
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tke French Lenoir, Boodyear, rink-
erten, Cochrane, Cmlli I Co.,
irmea Holden ant Slater
■j'ln-  Booti nd Shoei.
r ADIES AMD GENTLEMEN ARE HE-
Jj ipectlnlly Invited to call and eusra-
ino tbe stock.
I have also on hand the .
WMMa-CMAMDI LK*T1HJB WATK*.
..Vi..,..   TltlBT KSEE BOOT,
Which low takes the plaoe of gum boots.
Jynto
PIONEER
Fish'GameStore!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAB ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
lupplyol
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
Qk-k-MSI IH BJHULBOJN-.
DEALER IN BKINH AND PELTRIES.
Purchase, will be delivered In anypart
ot (heflieynteof ekwrjei      sirfStyt
TESTIMONIAL!
f"//.,*!  ,bBt(WKi   ir,i m tiTj'.a (ioo'i :      ,    ,
*'■* "'■;'-'■ .  .-' 'i-ttTCf-fro OOttttQtt !
Vancouver, 83rd J«we, 1886.
MR. G. ROBERTSON,..       ,
Vancouver;
RopreBentlngaoldieA McCulloch,
Galt,Ont;
Sib.—Weilie undorslaned having witf*
,116886(1 the terrible Are -whioh wiped out of
existence the, young city of Vancouver,
on the 18th Imit,, have, after the fire, oi-
ftmlned tbe »re* sold by you, some of
which were put to tlie most levereteM,,
having been surrounded by large Quantities of lard and bacon, aud we ar» ploaaed
to testify to tho remarkable manner ln
Which every finfo sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken out In perfect condition. Ve ean, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend tlicm as thoroughly Are proof:
IA A. iiitraHton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company! M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Blake, 'Stipendiary Ma-
Blstrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
- > the Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the'Peaoe* Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate-Broker; Pither A Edson,
RoyAl Hotel' H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. 11,; J. w. MoFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver: and English Bay; F, C.
Innea A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. Vf,
to Vancouver: and English Bay; F.
Innea A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A.
Ross, Real Estate Broker;; Gravel-
Spinks, Real. Estate Brokers: R. OI'Fe:
gUson,Mgr.R. C. P. Mills.; l'      jeWtc
..iINCMJDINQl U
WHI*tB -LBOHORHH,     tlh
"miiSSMSViscKi, 1
■'..,..   ,:,:>'AJ|-J#*|A|(0«,    .
White Cr«ste4 BlMkSalaMsi,, ■
Gwlnea. Vovrls,. R*n.B Dweks,
Whit. P.klo Dweks.
  Pit 0.m.s, Haidaks.
M.Blrds and Ens supplied at low rates,
aud all stock guaranteed, 1     ...y.„
Boynl A wnnt, lait of Bonglu Bt.
,    .-'•, >■;.'    '.'.irihgt-i;"...    ,, i ,,,
Just Received via C.
P. R. one- car-load of
Stoves; ahd Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrr ted firm of
of E. ic 0. Gurney &
Oo. and are well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on dost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
way. I
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
daulJIo       ' " OOIUMBIA STREET,
I
Importer and Dealer in
Fai? Ions
'. .*r.T< \';'u   •    '   :    -J   o;\i,::';;'    ■■
PROVISIpNS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
fiii. iii    :■•:.   'i i .'.jjj.:j.'!.>] |'
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity tb buy your
Groceries.
D.McPHADEJI,
Deane's Briok Block,
NEWWB8THII.STEB,B.().
r»M nSki
JIONtlMENTS,'HEADMDi-E8, TOMBS,
l I  TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
, Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of.what they wish. can. have
designs, ■*""•-• -'- *-r-'-*-> — —*•"—
prlees,
11 work
etc., furnished oh applica
tion. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Paelllc Coast, and at reasohable
rates. N,B,-Noagentsernployed. mil.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. $.
Opp. St. Andrewrs Presbyterian Church
rohlSHi     "    J' .  J'i"nx.
joBiioi.;?, nl'r'_A'lt)ttertoal«;tl--.li,
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Boate.
... (J. W; TARTE, Master.)  I
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT
Thursday Ifaratngatlyeleek, for -ine-- :s-J
'fowl Westminster and Coal. Harbor, via
Port. Townsend and the islands; arrives at
.New Westminster, on Friday foreown,
leaves. fpr.Coel Harbor abont two hours
attcrwardsi leaves COAL HARBOR Friday !.l|»l for Seattle. ..... ...
imoo rate te aeatlle, —•«.•»
„ Freight per tea.-  4.ee
Speolal-ratee to merchants.       apiote  J
Cpllegel
■ yqqav
What phyiioiami Say Moot thi
STARR KIDNEY **&•
"Treatment by Absorption has ror some
time been recognised by Medieal Men to
be tbe most simple and effectual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigiins, "Curatives," but In cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment was practicably Impossible until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad, It costs less than a single prescription and is Immeasurably mors deeUiive
and effective than any quantity ef internal
Medicinal doting. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Disease. Its curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
Ired to Insure Itt return their heal-
as requlH
thy aotion and original vli
fortable to the patient nnd pleas „	
effects, and cures when nothing else can,
mr. It Is com*
>teasi_nt in Its
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes potl
tive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery ns a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never mude.~_W«tf ont (Jatette
ne Marr KMuy Pad, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders ftnd ailments of the
Ktdnsys, Bladder ami urinary secretive
system, or attendant' complaints, causing
pain In the small of the bunk, sides,etc.,
Finducing urinary disorders-sueh as too
requent, scanty, diflicult, painful ov copious micturition, inability of retention and
  _*yst.._,
live organs-known as gravel, catarrh df
tbe bladder and pontages, Bright'-*, disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
eto. Hend for pamphlet to,LANGLEY A
CO., Wholwale Agents, Vletorla. Retailed by A. M. HKBRINO and D, 9. OURTIB
4 CO., New Westminstor: T. MoNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landin«: H. MoDOWELL
A CO., H A8TINOH HAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUO CO., Vanooii»»}
W. E.MOOARTNBY A BRO, ""
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVE
R.MEOAW, Priest Vi
A Private
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
ai. -su: WIMUBB-OPffl-Bb AT. '■
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
(ithojw-H^i , i ■.—ti6K—*ci«oT iii. (   '*
MONDAY, AII0U8T 16,1886.
niii-.' _(l*tti.ts& J-AtT'is larA.
X Rooms and IS Well famished with
register grates, bath looms, Ao.. Ac.
Excellent opportunities for all hints ol
healthful exorcises, Including boatlngaad
bathing, ;
Pupils will be mnde most comfortable
and their general welfare carefully considered. ' ' .    ••■ rTJ-ri '
A. GOMPIJTUIT STAFf OF WtTtUOTOM
will be maintained.   ...  i.riri.rj.-r
Excellent facilities will be afforded lor
Instruction in   Uagll.k,   Cmmerelal.
(lai.lral and llMleia Laagaage Subjects,
with la.lraa.eatallla.K-, *     -    ■ .'■'■,
Application KoTOib, ReferoncM and lull
Information furnished by
BKV. C. J. BKENIOK, M.I.,
Nnw.WamMiaiTia.
Jume, issa. dwjljote
COLUMBIA STREET,
ftij 3HTII51 83','. J •..'jmill.li
ij9iiir,B.C
aat-naBtvOn .i jr. iwvleaoiori mw        '
—WMUm AND MAUU Ul-
Books,
FuncyGoods
;,      ..ill    ■ r... *,.l*ll      I.I-.I I f
H MttXtf-OItUOll
iJilisi^
The Largest Stock on th* Ma:
lartd'4Fiui'-l Ktotid 'io no
ri:....'    '...!'-! " :. Ill l.'.'Jr.'.L.'JI/.'        (
House lit British Co-
.   nnonii.O .„:v.i
lumbia.  -.
-SOLE AOKMT8 FOB—
. Miller Piano
Wl u'lpJanr) rasa
...tH-tosi
■ :t'l    UJt       J
M'i £
i_ts xicilHJ. •' .j   _
0. BewauaTiUe, t
< ro- -.  *o e.if|e nl    \
Andafentaforall the IrsKUn, Amarl
&
r'^!
H"^ioili
SPECIAL FORMS
rli'tlthiil.a   .l-ilaua-. ii r.
RULED &
, '. ir-lnoni 'iKltmen
Oi tke ptwnieso,ae tmtiwstwSehs,
-»'•»* '*«kjr 'Um■■MtstStSSSSBM.l '|n .
Prninee. ''.''".•• "•'■'■■■''•.   ' ■''.-
.ilT
mHE 1*ND-.*8_0*n-l_ HAS 'BE-.N AP-i
Jl. pointed agentinBrlUshCcJlumblalor
(Feie beautiful monuments. Full partlo-
ulars as to prices and designs on application. 0HA8. i. ROBSON,
Atthe Fruit and Confectionery Storo, o,-
poslte Colonial Hotel, Sew Weitmlnster,
Kc. 'ji      ' ■ aahSl-9 '
CloW W
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hm Jast BeoeWed
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Qusatltj of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT   HATS
Alio, a full llneof
8ENTS*
—HE NOW HAB-—
the Beit liiortment li the then
line ever exhibited In Ke* ,
WNtaliiter.
l4_A.*r*B8*P BTTL11I
AttAweelPiMlblel-rieMforawh. '
CaU Early aal Hake tear teleeUen.
mwntt Iwhi mt. Ihm st 9i4>
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wiA'KI - ".i.-."''-*-oiVnm
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its iiji jtul J'l.oo nil) in v,ju_-i> iM
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