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VOLUME 1
 a rt   11
: [YUO
NEW^ VV*HMMWS't»BB,.,'R C, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21; 188«.
NUMBER 45
fail)
iHflJilK
T.r.iL; Evening, Kept. .1, ISM.
Boys  sometimes nuke the very
(jjgreat mistake of thinking that kindness and  weakness are the same
'thing,   "Fellows" that can run and
jrjjump and play ball and be leaders
'among boj-s do not, ns a usual thing,'
ay attention to the tender, gentle,
jindly acts tbat give so much plea-
ure to those wlip oan Witkm If-sid I
or  follow, in che games tliat jnve
fto much JpfeaSnte.J    Boys*ar»,'*»i'***
i!1 fi"^^o^i^#f
Jirutal, jrotei-ts weakuess, Aubravte
rtoy will depsHd A wBdli.one;' k cour'
IJrd wilV-jl|u"lyvj>i*ri./ A bw 'hai
lias a brave, strong; *rue heart is
|iot afrtjiti, to show sympathy, f-^en',
¥-r .III nn  iiii..|..i.|)ii    
iJF.-HWM-ftiil.ii.lol
nm j    DENTAL St/rGEON.
All dental operations   performed In a
skllJAil manner. '
j I Orjficn at tho Colonial Hotel,   dwnuatc
IM £*«'.''
,    OFIPIOB-Over D. S. Curtis is Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia SU.jNew Westminster.
..*q<>ur>jt-*iWl£}-feiojto7/'i *'    ■ ftS
willvi4*t*o1lltwliack ttiollnittt*ii*Jay
^na.two'(rffloWtn-days In each Slonth.
feet*, painlessly extracted.   au!2
,   MCLEAN, M.D,
IT  M. COOPER, B. A., H.D.,
PHYSICIAN 4 BURGEON.
OFFIOE and RBSIDENOE-Chnrch St.
(next door to Farmers' Homo), near!
Colombia St., New Westminster, EC
OFFIOE HOnRS-8to 10a.»l.| Itoland,
. «90UiSip,m. Calls in sown andoonn-
■ try promptly attended M.'* ~ »Ste
T\«. F. WELSH,
■j,.   SBliU-SHfcit*, '-''' •'■  '
'-.,. I11"  !|!**'loilitii Htitil,
ifcw'Wo-tinlhsleli.itlliO. •"■•■■•'
c, Mcdonough
FROMT 8TREET, NIW WESTMIN8TER.
Dr-> Good*, Groceries,
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots & Shoes,
Ac, Ac.
THE BEST GENERAL STORE IN THE
, ... / (JJTY-^TRY IT.
Farm Produce taken atliighest prlees.
 *dw-Jly81tc        	
--tO«BOH» ■* ttNIIi
I ft I ~~ BARRISTERS,
Offlee, MekenUeStroiyBer* Wekualnlter,
and Vancouver, B, C. JySldwto
W   NORM AS BOLE,
i BAftSlSWja*|lT-tiA**'.
Lsml Agent.   ■• Money to Loan.
■- r Colnmbia .Street,
J'.;*Jofto ' New Westminster, &C,
A LBEBT J. HILL,
I n   ,|.;..0lV^.,EN8l**IiEB1. .,■,".
L»»d SnfT.yor, bran(htsn>an, etc,
blfFI(5E--bne door North  of Messrs.
Corbould A MoColl's, MoKensle Street.
.,,,';    dw-seisto       ■■'•':-_ fsl
WALTER t, WALKER,
Auditor, AJMawatant, tke.
Coloniul Hotel, New Westr.
R. HOWSE,
„   Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
rgs to announce that ho will resume bus-
loess as       fx Yj~£ ■,■■■•
■■nrej>.r,KSalXaUlc tnlm nd   .;
..' ; -mmtsfts—tt— ..-' -
Oil and after the "1st Instant. Offloe, Now
Caledonia Hotel, Hurray St., Port Moody.
K M se!9to
lewTTrade \\ssrtiL '
gfi'lT-^-ff ilyi.'Ivv ,'-
_ The settlement of the Northwest i
DTerritory 'M Oattada lias jcwled* at-'
jention to » po«siW«ndw tride route,
between! .^tK^^ptay and jEurope,
Via Hudson Bay.    A railroad is
jontemplated from Winnipeg to the
nouth of tht). Nelson River \fhich,
is comparwl with the present route
vis the | rivej-.. St.. Bawjenct, Should
morten rail communication between
the North**! anil. the srfaboard
bout 1,000 miles.- This would be
consuUmble gahi the cost «f"'etip- :\
ing gtiilt • to Europe, provided, the
Uvigallotr of 'Huifibft "Bjy:wre'
afe and' available, at all.-.seakjni.
Lt the last annual meeting of the
iritish .Association si Birmingham!
[ugh. Sutherland, read a paper on
Us propiied ronte, which ctmtained
jtne stat^tiienta lit vaiiance. with
rovious conceptions of ttio concti-
jon ofjaffiursin aridaWiindjHud-
Bay. The Canadian govern-
ient recently sent Several expedii
ons to explore the bay andJestab-
sh   observation  "stations  on   its
!ores,)iiid;on Hudson Strait. , Ac;
rding to Mr. Sutherland the infor-
jit'oif. thUBrObUiued, together iwith
o evidence of experienced naviga-
rs collected by a Apecial committee
the Canadian .parliament, hrtve
tisBed' 'tlie people of the Nortti-
ist ttott the rou*« ii entirely fens?
le. Hudson Bay haB been visited
■ vessels in the I employ of tie
udsonj BjtyCompanyf<m oyertwo
indred years, ahi during that time
ie greatest difficulty has been rented 'in Slaking the trip into and
it of the bay. in a iingle season oh
jcount of. tho-ioe, which made^yi-
ition*'j&jpoHihUI for niiu months
et'SPiffl^ffite
. ten generally understood tiio* najti*
ttionin orainarily Javo'rablecjea-
ms ol(»-ed in geVtettibei!,! which!
ould be too early to porfnittho
tportationof the-North west wheat
trvest, by that route. , It'.is also
iported' by the lato eiqiioring par'
es that the waters of the ban
bound With saluiqn, seal, whale, and
alrus. Thin- iris knojm befdrisi
it the j supposed shortness of the
iason ahd' daageroni navigation
ive deterred, (Uhennii ^ttd hunters!
om following iheir game there to
iy extent. Tie coai^T^rionsiof
ie bay are also said to be rich in J
mber and minerals, but thdy 'IW'
iver been utilized. The Hudson
ay Company ought to have known
1 theso .foot*. .Jp«**l*aM^I*»y<U*HJ
; is understood thai .they were very
lent 'about thi •feswri-e-i of t*fe
■ent region .under their control,,
raring Jhiierftlr-sni-e with theii* pro
tabic monopoly,! Tlmt ia probably;
ie explanation of the dlsagreetneiit
itweei» the iitss whioh; have,becn;
•eviously accepted regarding this
•eat shtet of iratef add ita shor«i
id the reports of the official expo-
tioni of the Canadian government.
lat much popuU* ignorance pre-
ils regarding that portion of BH(-'
i America covered by the op*«nv
ins of the Hudson Bay Oompany,
proved by the resent statements
neerning Lake Mistassini, lying
thin200 milei'Of 'Quebec*   It'U^ t> b>*i-«*"**»■
lund toJbaai.rbddy of'w»«* ap.,
loaolwg.felJMriir-m-'pf thc-glro^.
SOLICITORS, ETC
dsol3m3
::; AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpetttep/
Plana ind Bpeelfleatlons tot ill
binds of Buildings c»re>
iy fully Prepared.
'TOBBrnft/JSA-tlt AND CAj**snn,n:
,,       VLY'EXBGTJTED. .1 .  •    f,
'■'• All orders left at Occident Hotol, or at
thi shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will'recoive prompt attontion. Your favor solicited. jeOto
1A.^WLEY&C0.
.   HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Nlll .nd
\ /■ Pamp Factory
At POPCUM, are prepared to execute all
Orders promptly and to the latlifaiotloh
of their customer*.
ill kinds of TIKKINU done fo onler*
J. A. OAWLEY 4 CO.
Ja9tc * ■ '■■' POPOPM,B.O.
m   J. TRAPP,
|.^/AU^O^BRAKD^pAH^
OoJumbia Street,...
All commliitons will receive prompt
W.D.FERRIS,
XJUID, BOUSE iii HM
. BOBt and Debt Collector.
| BEVKRAl flOOD yjJ-Jrfg MB SAU.
Atral far Ike TCATEUlB'a un aad
Ac-JiDur.1issiJiiiANij^o-Mr-Ai"-;,
BftW'
tvored that a country W great ett'
it and with a soil and climate
apted to grasing and agriculture
wky Mo»iiWr*ir.'li> »io*» of thole
its it becomes credible that (he
idaon Bay^toade, rtuM is. inoW
isible than has' been heretofore
Bposed, and'that: much remains ttD
learned vagatding the business
isibilities of British America	
r, Buomj   -*■*•-• -'"■•■■ «»«JM
■iin n     -   ..J
|na yostorday,—Pkttoiitlnhio Ifig'tr,
J-*IHH PHiaBBTilV.  .,   ,
Mi*tii«i unsrt—ms SCRVEYOB,
ACCOU**-(rAl«»»|»ll '
genera! Agency office;
Mnps and Drawings neoly executed.
.;     Has'lags Stml, Taneoaver, ILC.
...Kew Westminster
OFFICE!
iter.
Bani.*-j, St/UkS. i IJSO
-Ferris Street**Snr Westmln-
ra LAND ■ateORS,
mi Esttite, Imunkinw »nd
"ij rommlsslon Agents.
nW, un, 'OOiKirr« iurhk immimncc
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone 83,
new wuTHinana.
deiwe- Ji.  .' "      - •
liaii
Oonv.-rajacrs, C.ll.elors,  I
I^es at VI(M6tAA: frMStreet, i.i U
NEW .WESTMINSTER: Colum-
'■'   bia St., opposite Poet Offlee.
VAirtJornvBB.'cordov*1 Street.
IltJIt.BINO WT8 for sale In all sections
ot Viinoouver and New Westmtnrter City.
t-ARM LANDS ot siimrlor quality Mr
sue at Chllllwhaok, Port Hammond,
Lansley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay, Ladner's landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pltl River.        .  ,,.  , .
Mops and Wans otlilliltod and tholall-
,est Information furnished at all ouromees
• ■■' .i"'-'.«*-*aii. ~ r_r io
SEfMND-HiiND       ".'''
lT>IA'M O
For Sale or to Rent
ON VtRV PAVORKBLI TCRMS.
fejjj    V' "" Apif-jrioMio
a O. STATIONERY 4 phTNTINil CO.
dsclSto     '''   IUuV. H.FtA»sosA('i>.)
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET * VICTORIA.
AOBNIS   XOS
North Brttish and Mercantile
insurance Oo. for Mainland.
Mi 6. BEEtON* oo.,
M Finshary Cirotis,
London, E. 0.
H. KHL-X-.S,
. \    Manufacturer A Importer of
S3   BOOTS an"
SHOES
Udlu*. tenia',  Nlim' ■md Children'*
Boot*. Bkoei ulflallen
:; • Made to Order bjkI Kept on Haa-|.    *
columbu mm, ~^~ opp. mum mi
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MfthufootnrorHn-J Doulerin
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS.
All Kinds »t Hides and Skins Oak
and Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID ifOK HIDES AND SKINS.
On hand always a soot! supply ofLoa*
ther both of my own manuYaeture arid
Imported,  . ,.  . ..,>..,- ■<,-,
I liav^'seeured the servloeairf Mr. Wm.
Burnett to superintend tbe custom re-
airing department. 1:    ;••(
, JAMES RODSSEAU,
Columbia HI., New Wesunlnstor.
(dw-au!arl)
WALSH
The Wel TaDor
Columbia St., New Weitminiter.
D0U6ta^t«ii;HT0N;
Mnuilfaclureis Olid Importers of
Harness, 8addles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
HEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dw-lly3llc
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent Locks.
SafeeJ,,Sd#l*n£Macliine*si'A6.;; kA.;" '
Repaired.- -
In lit Iu brdnolies. Farmers', Itoggere',
Mill ana Contract Work; Agricultural
Implement!!, and everything in the
*? ■■'. blacksmith line made'to onler.  :'
H*vlng secured first-cliiBs workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
•ar Horseshoeing a specialty.
dw-Jly31te]   Columbia Sr., New West.
Wefe Mms,
inl
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
'.' ' .  ..-AND-, .
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Hgtsr and 3F*eecL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.   '
n*OD A*iD UOAL DEUVEUK1I TS
AJW PAST W THE CITY.
m We run two stages dally,eJceeptSundays,
•io Port Moody, carrying H.M.8. malls.
As no liquor ortobneco lamed we ean by
tomjierrt.. tribltt nnd onre}.l eoohomy
serve the publio at espirclnlly low rates,
.^dwsewto,.' ,    .._	
W, CBiA TvE,
m ACTiCAL
,.-f J£W£L£R,
SBLUMBU STiFfl.     NEW WESTMINSTER.
Opposite Cuttnlaghani d- IVs,
SIGN OF THE BIG WM
«■ LATE MANACJER TOR SAVAGE A
LTMA1WMONTHEAL.
(ihronametcra, tetttlen, Chroio-
gripheri, and all Une Wateh
repairs» Specialty.
ANV ONE HAVINO WATCHES which
* have been Injured by Incompetent
watch repairers can be made equal to new
again. JEWELRY o'all kinds made and
repaired. All work warranted; charges
Widemtc.  Estimates given free ot charge.
Watched ud Jewelry cheaper
than any other haoia la B. i\
LADIES* SOLID » CARAT GOLD AM-
IMOAN STEM WINDING WATCHES,
accurate Uiuafcetpoi»-J35; usual prfee, $%
HAVING JlfSTIlECKIVEDOUR NEW
Bpring Stoek, we Invite impcctlon nf
the flneit selection of .   ; -
EBRllRh, Scotch, aenmwf Ircaeh,
a^SUITINQSI
Ever Bhown In New Wfestmlnstcr. Wc
have ntwored Uie aervlcci! of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN, a practical Cutter who haa hnd
long e-tperlenco In London, 1'arln, and the
leading eastern cltlen,nud for a GOOD Fit
ond artlittc ityie we defy compeiltlon,
mhJZOtc THOS. WAI.sH.
PIONEKR
Rshi Game Store!
WltH. VIANEN ,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD
supply of l
Fresh and Salt Wttler risli.
aAUju inr sjbulso-c-t.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES,
rurchasc. will tie delivered litany pnrt
Atthe City free <it charge.        il-Jlydlyl
NATIONAL
ASSURANCE
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FtTRNITTJBE.
REMOVED
«a-To shop lutely occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columbia Street.
Call and examine our Block nnd priced
before buying. We can't bo UNDEBftOI-D
lu tlm clly, U-Tuli-fngof ult kinds neatly
dope, W: PROTHERO A CO.
I  ^sel6tC   ''
J.GeBUNTE,
Importer and Denier in
*'   Siirlng, Ilalr, Wool and StraW
MattreiHcg to Order.
IManketK,01ininbev Seta, Window Shades,
Oil ciotbH, Matting, Wall Paper.
UiiHketn, Bird Cages, Flower Pou,
Hanging Hasket-s, PlctureH,
Frames, Brackets,   .
mi;    Baby Curriages, etc.
, Pictures framed aad Me pairing done
tb order. Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Pleiiec give ua a cull before purchasing
elsewhere. J. G. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Ofllce, Columbia Street,
uptfte New Westminster.
J.W*HECKtffcY:
Capital,  -   $8,000,000,
ESTABLISHED A.D. 1822.
Rates as Low as Any
Other Company.
DETACHED DWIMIltaS,'* por oont,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dselOtc -A.Q-BJ3STT.
BOY WANTED.
AN  INfEfiUfiSlKNT "JKJY  WANTED
to learn ttie iirlntliifliusliiess. Afply
at Ills iiffltH-. daiulTfc
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
MANUFACTURERS,
.**-AKJ>-
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring xnd Wool HftttrMMi hnd
.     Bedding nlwayS on hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
IAKUEST ANB BUST BTOCK OF FHI
NITUKE ON TBE MAIM ANP.
Entlmated for Oflico and Store Fittings.
Au experienced nph'olsterer hns been
engaged by the flrtn, who are nowpre-
rmrcd tndonll kinds of work in theup-
lotstory line. dJlyStc
LIRE
OP   CANADA.
BuslncBfl or 1881—Lire Bepartnent.
Income, J.1K),(i8r.M:   increi»ae, MI.W7.-I0.
Assets, 91.4U,(HM.83;  Increase, HMW.09.
New Life Applications, |2,008,07t.*18;  Increase, 8707,220.80.
Life Policies (n force, $7,930,878.77;  In-
crease, t)l,080t474.7&
ACt'IBENT DEPARTMENT.
By Introducing Its popular Unconditional Life Policy the Sun showed Itself one
of the most liberal institutions of its kind
In.tho world. It maintains this reputation by following the some course In Ue
Accident Department, It offers to the
public incomparably:
tke Moil Liberal, Hlralghtrorward, Vm*
teehnlcal Accident Policy In Existence.
The following are a few of the points of
superiority:
Fifteen Days of G baok nre allowed.
(Seo condition 1). No othor Company in
America allows one hour.
Bonus.—Should no claim be made for
five years, the sixth year's assurance will
bo allowed free of chargo, If tho ago is
under iti. (See condition 2). Very few
other Compunles give this privilege.
Policies Not voided by engaging In
a more hazardous occupation than that
assured against. Por particulars see Policy. This advantage con be obtained
hardly anywhere else.
Residenck — More   liberal   condltlonsl
than given by any other Company In America.
R. MMCAUUY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Mnnnglng Direotor. President.
A. E. IHRIE, General Agent,
.    . Victoria, a C.?.
JOHN O. McLEOD. Agent,
Jly28tc New Westminster, B. C.
Gas Fitting!
The Gas Company
respectfully infofm
the Public that they
are prepared ' to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good work-
maftshipv
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
&c, are on the vfly.
i^" Orders may be left at
RAND BROS.      .
J.L. STAMFORD,
il-JlyJlltir MANAOBR.
BOYS WANTED.
TWO SSlART B0\-k WANWrJ' AT
. ,*""fJ?.'!!L",-» 1-Hlly Uolumblnn.
Apyly nl Tills Offloe. rlnuHic
SPENOE'S  BRIDGE, B. O.
MTB BEQ TO INFORH you THAT
we liave leased the Morton House
at Spencers Bridge from Mr. Murray and
that It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully tollelt
your patronago and we promise If you
will favor us with It to do nil wo oan to
satisfy you In every respect. Mrs. Reid,
who has had much experience, will at*
tend to the culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
'oJfflmfi     ■ :    reid * HEPP.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLOEN. ,
TT AVING TAKEN ' POSSESSION OF
■TjL.'tbe ''Temperance House," fronting
oiiColumbiaanu Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS HOMEI
Will' accommodate Ibe' traveling public
it the following rates:
Board per day.-*-..-..-; (iti ih *1 on
Single Meato..,.!.....*/,„!.t.....
.......;.„ boo
....mi.,.....;.      'ib
  as
, itt.Qood accommodation tot Ladles and
(amlllea. myWo
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
LADNER'8 UNDINO, Bi O.
milB SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
J. form the people of British Columbia
tlint be has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, ahd Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, aiirnbbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees imported or homegrown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training in the business; and having a
fiermanent stake In the country it Is nls
uterest to deal fairly with the publio. He
will wait upon tbe various towns nnd settlements shortly, and all ordem will have
his personal attention.
•ul2to E. HUTCHERSON.
"BLUE STORE"
STANDARD THE.
The only place on
the Mainland where
Wateh Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
-WAW Business Men and Merchants
should keep this time, as Steamboats and
Trains arrive and depart by tlie same.
8TIRSKY,
WATCHMAKER,
Columbia St., New West. dwaiiUyl
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
He«rl)r Opposite tke Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
TUB LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Just Opened.
Stoves&Tinware
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A SPECIALTY.
NO. It COLUMBIA RTRBET,
riwauJItc     Rallire.k'. atttar RmMlaa.
COTTAGE TO «EHf
IN A PLEASANT PART OFTHE CITY.
WOOlli'JVuRNER A QAM'ILE.
FOR SALE:
111,  ACRES-IMPROVED  FARM.-
t-V    Easy Terms.  Applyto
W. tf. MCDOUOALL,
Jnl2lo Elgin P. O.
FOR  SALE.
NE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANO-
^ ley Saw and planing Mill; mill In
good order.   For particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST, "
Or, Messn. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc &HEI.MCKEN, Vletorla.
0
Land for Sale!
T>ETWKEN FIVE AND *SIX THOU-
£) -mud Aci-cn of tbe very be«'t Alder
bottom and Prairie Land, In Townuliip U,
New WeHtmlnster Dlstrlet  Will be iold
In one block or in Rabdi'vUioiu to luj't,,
on ven* liberal terms. Apply to HENRV
MATHERS, NewWestminster Clly.
dwjlyams, [
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offera e. Farm for
for sale or rent. Also. Milch Cow*
and young Cattle. Hogs, antl a few yoanr
HorseK. There are several pairs or good
steerH that would make excellent wonting
oxen. Also, one of tbe largest and benl
Bulls hi the province. The stock is all
very gentle.
H. NICHOLSON.
rahStc Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKensle streets, now
in tlie occupation of Capt.Grant; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farmshear.Clty.   '.* ■. , ; *...
Farms on Ft It Meadows,
Farms on Mud Bay. -'v -
60 acres of Land at "Whonock Railway
Station,
74 acres of valuable Land 3 miles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JeB3tc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
O Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runtringthnMigli
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landin^B.C.
Fox* Sal©!
(ON EASY TERMS)    .
0 span ttt Work Horses
10 Car Moles,
6 Team Mules,
1 Saddle Horses, .
J yoke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage Team.
1 Piano In good order,
3 Dump Carte with Iron Axlea, ...
A unmber or second-hand Wkeet
Barrows,
1 Buckeye Mower (new),
1 Ilblca Hay Sake.
For particulars apply to .
T. J. TRAPP,
mylflte Auctioneer, N. W.
Every Han to his own bosIdmb
^~   FEELi:.   '
pRACTWAl.
CHEMrST&DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
. (OPP; OOLOKIJII. IIOTIO.).
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. O.
Physicians' Preicrlptloai aid »a»*
Ily Beclpes» Specialty.
N   B. — Only ('mnine Drugs used.
Over twenty vows' expel ioirto.    mrttS
NOTICE
SS HERKBY OIVEN thai application
wi 11 be made to the Legislative, Atuun-
y of the Province of British Colnmbia,
at the next session thereof, for an'Actio
Incorporate a compuny for the purpose of
construed ne, managing and maintaining-
Water Works at the terminal point o* the
Canadian 1'uclflc Railway on Conl Harbor
and English Hny, and for the purpoaw
thereof granting to the said company the
Erlvllege of taking water from Captlano
reek, Burnaby Lake or other mltabla
pohitH, with power to, the said company
fo build (IiimcH.nynciIur'ts, Inyplpwi.wect
dams, ocijulre lands, and do all other a«ls
and things nccesHarj* for the purpose!
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September 301h, 1885. dsMe
PublicNotrce
Niw fesiminster fio litewj.
THE UNDEBSIONED (THANKS TO
the kiiMlnesp and permission of the
Mnyor ami 'Jlly Council} two wejsks ago
re-opened the Public Library, and, takes
residents of Now Wcntmlnsler to pay him
a visit, PapeM and Magarines from all
dlrcctlortB Al-e received for patrons: and-
vlNltoi-s, And more will beadded tn ease a*'
rciisinmbie support   Is obtained,.  The .
terms arc GO oonls a month, tn a*Yinc»V*(. '
pniiorfl, ftc, art? paid for In advance. Thin
wilt amount to abont 2 cents a day, or the .
cost Of one cigar for seven days permission
to son newt* from all over the world, a»d
elegant books whlcb  may be changed
every 24 hours! There Is no compulsion .
about this, bub thoie who believe lit ietK;
ting in out of tb« rain and who can enloy
a decent fire wil j dtmbttem appreciate ttift
institution. Ladies and strangenat* We,
mitloubtluRallttw'partlesiwfiobeUev^lni
Itlui-i Ribbon'will come forward atci-oe
nnd Join Oils attractive affkir. both for.,
tbelr own credit and that of other*. C*roe
one, come nll, and you will be attended to
by quo who een soap aU dowee, yla,:. .
*"wv;-i™«.'
New WMI„ Am. SO, Mb iailj) British Columbian
Tuesil.y Evcnlni, gepl. Jtl. 1886.
An Ottawa despatch dated .'the
lflth inst. says: Siiice the demand
for the release of the sealing schooner Onward, seized in Alaskan waters, was sent on Saturday to the
colonial office for presentation at
Washington, a Supplementary demand luuj,lieen forwarder;! through
the same chunnel. This document
states thatji£ a otmtention that was
signed at; St: feiteVsburg between
England and Russia, one article
guarantees to British subjects, from
whatever quarter they tLay arrive,
the rights to forever enjoy, privileges of navigating or fishing in-the
Pacific Ocean or any port thereon.
From this it, is argued that the
United States oould not havo received from Byssia .the right to the
exclusive navigation or fishing or
sailing.privileges in Alaskan waters.
Temperance and Politics.
Republican papers in the United
States are; sorely exercising themselves about the attitude of the temperance ijt-rty. As the preliminary
elections are coining on it is evident
that the temperance people, a large
majority of whom havelieeniclenth
tied with the Republicans, do not intend to mcfiflce. i their .temperance,
principles oh' the:shrirte'of 'politics/
Unless the Republican party makes
prohibition a distinct issue, the temperance men will not support it, and
if their influence should be given to
the other side, or even withdrawn,
the chances of Republican success
will be extremely small Tlie policy
of temperance men seems to be to
force one of the parties to adopt
prohibition us "a plank in the political platfortt). | The party which
adopts that; will get the temperance
vote, and' the other party will probably get left. The same issue is
coming to the front in Canada. At
the meeting of tho Dominion Alliance held in Toronto last Wednesday it was resolved that where the
nomineer of Hny political party would
not pledge himself to act in concert
with the prohibitionists in parliament, an independent candidate
would Egjionlinited. Hitherto the
temperance question has exercised
very little influence in Canadian
politics, but it is bound to come into
the campaigns'' 'ind the caucuses.
The sooner this fact becomes recognized 'by the-pbiitioal parties in
Canada the less sudden and serious
will be..tiie/ revolution mode by the
prohibition party.
Tbe New Canadian Outlet.
Despatches received at Winnipeg
from Mr' Hugh Sutherland, who is
now in England endeavoring to secure capital for the Hudson Bay
Railway, intimate that he is meeting with very gratifying sucoess in
his mission, This intelligence gives
much satisfaction to the people of
Manitoba and also to those south of
the international 'boundary. The
Hudson Bay-Railway, if' constructed, wBI'l* a very important addition to the commercial avenues of
Canada. The distance from Winnipeg to Hudson Bay is so much shorter than to the Atlantic seaboard by
any existing route that a very large
saving-might be effected. The present rate, on Wheat from Winnipeg
to Montreal is 30 cts. a bushel, and
from Wipnjpeg to Liverpool is SI.
cts. It is estimated that wheat oan
be carried from., Winnipeg to Hudson Bay for about 8 cts., and allowing 10 ctej lor the sea voyage (which
is twice as much as thatcharged between Montreal kind Liverpool) the
whole cost from Winnipeg to Liverpool would be only 23 ots,, against
37 J cts., the present rate. It is not
possible, of cotlrse, to navigate Hudson Bay more than" a few months in
the year, but during these few
months an immense business could
be done over the route. The cheapening of transportation rates will
result in a corresponding increase in
the prioes paid to farmers for grain,
and this will widen the area of successful wheat growing and benefit
all classes of people. It is estimated
by thou Who have studied the subject that 6,000,000 bushels of grain
would go over this route from Dakota and Minnesota, besides live stock
and other products of the country.
Return cargoes would come in the
shape of such goods as are now imported from Europe by the present
routes. There would be a reduction in the cost of west-bound freight
corresponding With the reduction in
the carriage of grain. It is to be
hoped a scheme that is fraught.with
such benefits'to the whole obnntry
may be carried out successfully.
The new Mannlicher repeating rifle
now being manufactured for the Austrian army is tne most perfect rifle
ever invented. It fires forty rounds a
minute. • The Extra Matt was seised
for publishing a description of the
mechanism of. the breeeh of the new
*•<••• '":.";'.'.'•''.  '.■ :     .
.inli'i nr ■ r. ♦ . 1—.
MrsiD;,M0*T',0,1i farnham Centre,
P.O., writing about Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, says: Oeorgo Bell used it on his
son,
1 him of rheumatism with
only a few applications. The balanco of
the boWe was used by an old gentleman
for Asthma, with tho best results. It
aotelill»»oh«n>.'':
,1 In J  ■ 1  .   »'• '	
Have you tried Hollowava Cora Core ?
It has no -»aual for remoVfiig these trSu-
blesome exotresoenses, «s many have testified who have tried It.
WANJED.
CHAMBERMAID.
Apply at the
so20\vl. FARMERS' HOME.
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE IX-
X teiullo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission lo purclinse land sltnatcil at Village
Bay, Hoskyn Inlet, Valdez Island, and
described as follows:
Commencing at a post driven about
twenty chains hIouk tho shore easterly
from Iho mouth of iho t-rvcr on the loft
bank; tlienee duo north about Jifiy chains
to tho lake: thence along tho lnko shore
westerly about 40 chnins; thence. due
soulh to Vlllngo Bay; tlienee easterly to
place of beginning; containing about one
hundred acres, more or Iohb, exrluslve o*
the Indian Reserve contained within the
above-mentioned boundaries.
Roval City Pi-anino Mills Co. (lid.)
JOHN HENDRY,
July '21, 1866,       (Jly-28in2)       Manager
Auction Sale!
UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR.
. G. LEISER, I will  sell  l>y Publio
Auction, on
Thursday, 23rd Inst.,
At bis residence, Columbia Street, nll his
well-kept   ,,,>*'' tl
FURNITURE,
Consisting of I'lniio, Parlor Set, Bedroom
Sets, Siilc Boar-1. tumhReii, Carpels, Tn-
lite*, Chain, Cloves, Ac,, do*
Salo will Qommouce at 1 o'clook sharp.
TorxxuB Carts.-. T. J. TRAPP,
dseliitd Auctioneer.
Lima Registry ordinance, 1870
Lot itl. Block 1, Lotfi, Block 11, Lot SO,
Block Tl, Lot 7, Block IX, Subdivision
K, parts of lllslrlcl Lot Ho. It»{ Lot VI,
Block XXVii, SuiMliYlsl-m (J, part sr
District Lot No*.iH-j, ana Block 51. part
nflNKtrlct Lot .No. '.'Mm, In the City et
Vnncouver. 	
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATES OF
Title of John Calllster to the above-
mentioned lands hnvo been lost or destroyed, nnd application has been made
for duplicate thereof; NotlceiS therefore
hereby given that such duplicate cortlfl-
cates will bo issued unless causo bo shewn
to the contrary within one month from
tho dato hereof.
R. Vf. ARWRONGy; If
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. C, HUi Sept., '80.
._     -.- dsellml    -  , -
Harvest Festival;
iter,
IESTIVAL SERVICES will iho held in
Holy Trinity Church, New Wcstmlu-
Wednesday, Sept'r 22nd
Choral Celebration at 10 o'clock—Preach*
or, Rov. C. Croncher.
Choral Evensong at 8 p.- in.—Preacher,
Rev. A. Boansland of Victoria. ]'.
Offertories Iu aid of thc Royal Columbian Hospital. . dselBtd
Telephone Call Ha 6.
P.O. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries ftProvisions.
LUHDUOM'S BLOCK, Columbia St.
dwauJItc
Globe House!
WM. RAE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FINE SELECTION   OF
MEN'S  AMERICAN
FELT  HATS
FASHIONABLE HIGH CROWN*
 ALSO	
Children's and  Boys'   Plush
and Felt.
NEW BLANKETS,
QUILTS,
FLANNELS, &C.
OOLUMBIA 8TREET.    ilwsoaiml
A. H. V.
AVUB'B*1* vl"01'cam lJoIt•nc•,'
A X XjXV CT nalr Vigor reitoroi youthful frcshncim and color to faded and gray
hair. It attaint these result* by tho athn*
nUtton of the hnir root* nud color gUndi.
It rejuvenate* tho TT 4 T*n and clentuei lt.
Ittoitorei to tlio XX AIX* thnt, cither liy
reuon of ngo or dlionicg of tho scalp, hoi
become dry, harsh and brittle, a pliancy and
glossy allkcii soflnosB of extreme beauty.
Tbcro is no dyo In Ayer's HnlftTTp {\V>
and tho good it doea la bythe » lul/J*
It Imparls to the' follicles, and tbo clean.
lines* aad tieaithfulncss of tlio condition
In wliich It maintain! tho scalp,
■i) LVU JQ. H°lr Vigor "■no-*B Uio hair.
A X MUMx O Hnlr Vigor la tha best cure
known for Brasby Hulr, Scald Iliad, Itching
Humors, Tetter Bores, Torpid Follicles, and
fell other flspfif(*i ot tbo scalp Hint cause
the falling of tho XT ATR ttnd iu -Wlnr.
Nothing cleanses XXilXXli ot tlio nulranca
of dandruff so' perfectly, und so effectually
prevent a Ita return, ns Ayer's IlAIR Vigor.
In addition to tho curntlvo and rcstorattvf
vlrtuoa peculiar to Ayer'a Hair VTf1 fYR
It la a toilet luxury. Tho Hnir » X**uT\/X*
la by fur (ho cleanliest lialr-dresslng made.
It causal tho hair to grow thick nnd long,
and keeps It always soft and glossy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Contains no deleterious IngrediCBU. Its um
prerenls nil sonlp disease, secures ugninst tho
hair growing Hiin or gray, and surely euros nil
hnldnoss thnt is not organic.
FRBPAntn BT
Dr, J. O. Ay« fc Co.. Lowell- Maw.
Sold by all Drngglitfl.
BOYS WANTIdT
TWO   BMAHT   HOYH  WANTED   AT
onco ta Sell tho miry Columbian.
Apyly nt This Office. dntiHtc
DECEASED,;
TENDKBS WILL BR ItECEIVED BY
the undorsigned until tho 23rd day of
September, 1886, for thopurchase of both
orelther.of the following, viz.: An undivided half Interest in Lot fl, Block 87, In
tbo city of New Westminster, and.also tin
undivided half Interest In Lot 78, Group
One, NewWostraliiHter District, fronting
on Burnaby Lnko.
E. A. JENNS,
daeotd Administrator.
CHARLES MURRAY,
. CtABKSOIjt STBEET,
- Opp. Keglslr- Offlce, New Weit'r.
PAPER HANCINC, CUUINC, KALSOMINIHQ, &0.
wallTaper.
Thn largest assortment of Wall Paper
tn the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on band at bottom prices.  Ham-
§les on viow at X. R. Pearson A Co.'h
tore, Columbia Ht.   Paper hanging at
specially low rates. dselsto
Tender* for a license lo cnl Timber on
Dominion Lands In ihe Province or
hrlllsh Colnmbia.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned, and marked "Ten*
tier for n Timber Berth," will be received
at this Office up to noon on Wednesday
tho 1st day-of December next, for three
Umber births of llfly square miles each,
mom or less, numbered respectively 16,17
and 18, situate on the west side of tlto Columbia River, near Golden City Station
on the line of tho Canadinn Pacific Railway, In the Province of British Columbia.
Sketches shewing tho position, approximately, of these berths, together with tbe
conditions upon which they Will bo licensed, und tho forms of tonder therefor,
may be obtained at this Department or at
tho Crown Timber Oflices at Winnipeg,
Calgary, X, Vf, T., and New Westminster.
British Columbia.
A.M. BURGESS,
j  ' Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior.
Department of tlie Interior,
Ottawa, Oth Sept., 1886. dwse2Qt5
MAINLAND
J.
(Muccefutom to W, K. Lewis.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C;
Umji Stage ud hi
Horse*), Carriages and Stage*
Supplied at all Hours.
PRIVATE HORSES AND ' CARRIAGES
KEPT AT REASONABLE RATES.
HTAHMS-NorlU Milo Columbia SI.
i Telephone No. 111.
OI-TH'E-OlipositoIiiilrkofB. C. .
ilselltc Telephone No. 83.
1]
PHENIX
MIMCOT
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
(ORGANIZED A. D. 1853.)
Capital,    •    $1,000,000
Losses Paid, over $23,000,000
I
AOSUK-TB.
/ETNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford, Conn.
CHARTERED A.D. 1819.
Cash Capital, ■ $4,000,000
Cash Assets, - $9,192,643
&
LO-BUNTB.
ITO-TIOE. "■
.   Policies are written in the
aboveCompanies at NewWestminster without reference to
Victor!*.
RATE OH DETAOHEO DWELUKCS. i PER CENT
WOODS, TIIBNUB ft e\MBLB,
A-jents for New Westminster
< Ily nurl lll.lrlrl. ilsoliinl
HOP LEE
HAS    KEMOVED    HIS    LAVNDKY
From Front Street to No. 54 Columtiln St..
opposite Thos. Ovens' Blncksnilth Shop,
where lie will beglnd to nee hia oldomi-
tomers. , dauSOml
Gas Fittings!
: . .       ■''■' M.T. .   "• :
E.rscq)jp&iJo:
Are Prepared ia Supply nnd Erect *
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
Aud everything relating to this branch of
business.
ew Experienced and competent men
only employed, and work guaranteed
flrst-eliws In overy respect Prices as low
as anywhere else.
., .E. S. SCOUJXAU A CO.,
d-jly81ttj. .' '.} ; l, CbiumblaStreet.
Confederation Life
i^6ciATION.''"''
Cluarantee Capital..
..$l,«O0,M»
Ml^VWt^De^sif
Head Office, TCronto, Canada
a homeIompany, ;
This. ^j*{sociatis>|*L. .merits^ the
confidence the Publifjife reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to polioy holders Is
unsurpassed by uny Qompany doing business In Canada,   I *T 3 I .-
IthaH.noscheniesof Iniutanoe, but the
well-estit bil shed lines, heuce the policy
holders cunnot bo misled as to their contracts.
Tits statements to the puhllc can he readily understood, its cash statement showing every item of Income and bow expended.
Its position Is ascertained annunlly from
n detailed valuation In which every Item
of llublllty Is Included.
Its progress has been tme-ratnplM In
the history of insurance InCanada,    * /
Its policies nre Indisputable'after three
years, and non-forfcitable a,f tor two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable basis.   Tho profits to one class of
liberal condition* as tm Kestdenee ami
Trarel. '•■■
. K. MncIWNALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westmlnstei
Je7-2mo-alternate.
GENERAL
COMPLETE STOOE OF
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
-X—j-+-
(Slothing,
io
Hats and
ft^THAT-^S*
YYirilll  I ■
$1.25 -op™^ $1;25
'DISTRICT OF
iiH«KRI8aUlH)::W:^ htm
Priced $126.
I - this Map has been produced at
J J!    ,,r''s* <S9 Ji''-   *' ■    •: ■ s   s ,'s' -
great cost, aha gives it vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important1
district'ltt'tlie Province!''      "' '■'■'
-I'ho new Map .shows the latest
survojs, Uie latest roads,, the line of
the ft'-ft Rf' and extensions.'-': .;
BUVAOOPY^
PUBBTSHED-SY '     i    '.
ll,
Real Estate. Insuranee and
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANOOUVEB
AND VICTOBIA.
.•—'., .,_< tin /
FOR 8ALEAT
t R. Pearson & do's
NEW WESTMINSTER AHD VANCOUVER.
ap2-lc
JuSt Received via O.
P. Bl one car-load of
Stoves and Ranees.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of E. "& 6. (iufhey &
Oo. ah daro well
known to be the hest
iii tne market. Pet-
ties desiring, Stoves
Will do well to give us
a call hefore purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on post to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
w*y?.,   "     •'" ,
E, S. SCOULLAR & CO,
ilnulJllc     .,  i COLUMBIA RTKBET.
9S99
a, D. PITT.
|'PITT & CO.,
Real. Estate, Mining
-AND MONEY BROKERS,'
—AND-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANOOUVEB. B. O.
WANS NMOTIATtW, .
feJfflc     ...
UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
' Mortgagoo, I will sell by Publln Aue-
MonatlSorolook noon,on r
May, the MM,,,
At my Offlco, Columbia Htrcet,«ll lliat  ,.-,
Valuable Piece or Farming
Lana at Mud Bay
Known as the N.rlk.Ea.l Qurter sst "Actum One. TowMhlp Tkrc«. with its appurtenances. The rond to Ijulnei".Lrmd-
l^rruns through this land.
*T«RMS CASH.	
Por pdrtliuilnrs apply at niy office.   '
..,,, HENRY V.EDMONDS,
VICTOR
ly lift
REID & CURRIE
—OP THE— '
PACIFIC CARRIAGE WORKS
H" AVE     
right to manufacture
PURCHASED    THE
   - lo manufacture tlu
ed Hay Balling Presses Ih the
these oelebrafc
"        ivlnceof
British Columbia,-and are nown
turlng them nUlidtir mnnufitctory, (
roanufno
- „ --■- — ._. y,Columbia St,,. New Westminster. Fanners and
others Interested are advised to coll and
see these presses before purchasing elsewhere They haye no equal for economy,
simplicity and efficiency.
: with this Press there Is no climbing up
and tramping in the hay and climbing
down again and pulling out the bale, as
with the old-style presses. Everything Is
dono on the level ground. You don't stop
the team to Ml the ,biilc. The l>ale la discharged automatically, and moves Itself
on to a plyttorm scale to bo weighed aud
ti J
m-t
 thd cheapest Press, besides being
the bent; so every farmer can afford to
have one of his own, and lt will save him
Its worth In one season by reducing the
high rntes of freight ton minimum, and
hy avoiding loss of time and vexation
mien you want to be balling hay.   i.:.. n
REID & CURRIE.
''-*•    '"'-'fliWoJto ■       ''.*•
JNO. REID.
WM. CURRIB.
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B.C.
il&iiii
MA
NOTICE.
TO ROAD CONTRA0TORS.
QEAIJEDl*BNI>Ens"im ho received
P by the undunilgited up to noon of
8ATUHDAY the Mh inst., for certain re*
Hairs to the Scott Rona*, Surrey,
I Spec mentions nan be seen and forms for
tonder obtained at the Government Ofllce,
New Westminster, at thn Elgin Hotel.
Mud Bay, and at Punch's Hotel, Browns*
vllle.        '     -        '     . .
The lowest or uny tender not necessarily
accepted.
■        G, WABWICK,
Government Agent.
New Westminster, Sept, 10, JBtw.   dwtii7td
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains.
CALL EARLY,
ilw-JlySlto
CHAN0E OF TIME TABLE.
, J.' i >J •—*--+<-   ■
j :ii       BTEAMEB
"QtADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTIOE  WIU,
make regular trips   ..
To'TAtg'Myd ttttiiii ''•
I^rftvlng Now Westminster on
'WONDATB and THURSDAYS
Ai 7 e..m.    Retunilnrl  ol) Wednesdays
ahdSBtijiraayii7        ■... '.     " •
Jlyllltn OAPT. INSW.V, Master. '
avino "iV-tMrntb thi-fei-aii!^
smitiiug In »&•<• lately oarri«l en
liy W.jRUw-s/iil ttie.P.c'Je.C--.
riage Works, carried on by Johnstone tt
Bmitb, we u», prepared ;t« .-rlatufaettM
all kinds of 	
Faritt
Phaetons,
m
:*i/.mj,ti". /
TTA^INa PITR-
*t* chased th'0 ,S]tock
ofHardware^aints,
OUsv&Cm bf the Es*-'
tafe of ^|^,tftpw
we ptitpose offering
to thePuWie VilRY
GREAT' tefiTTCEi-:
WRft T'-^'k ■'"*&?';:
branch p| ihe Biisi-
ness, which we trust
\
,tyill: seftdr& jtp pat-!!
ropiage of those residing oft'Ihie Mainland.;
v/W0,h-^0^p^it;a,;:
lkrge and weM-select-*
ed stock 'of Shelf
Hardware   iii; the!
eestem tffar^ts f OR
QASj^i, Which we ex-
?)ect to j arrive in a;
ew days, and our
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
:stW!!i,!'
Anil everything in the vehicle Iin t
on the shortest notioe and at rt-as
onable price,.
We aho keep in atook the above
articles, and all kindi of .Wagon
und Oarriiraje Material. -.■■'.'
BepalrlDKiPalntlns tTrlm*
mine **ont •*■ f•**>n»ble prices. „
* BLACKSMITHINC
In nil ita branches. Farmer*', tog
gera', Mill and Oontraot Work, and
Horaeahoeing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in the blacksmith line made to order.
We alio keep in atock to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Goal, Chain, Horse and OxSboet,
Steel and Iron Harrow. Teeth, Har-
rowa, Spring!, Axle", .and a complete
Btock of Carriage Hardware.
Having teeured. llrstclaM work:
m(i*i, we feel conddont of giving satisfaction. „ .
All material and work leaving
the shop will be guaranteed firat*.
claas. Ordtra from, the country
promptly attended to,
inhStc     RBID tk OPRIUB.
assortm^t wjll be;
we coiisideri second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all the
following; tranches'ii
General and:.",.Shelf
Har^war^, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & .Kaw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in ail kinds,
WalH^aperandWin-
dow Blinds, Oakum,
Ktchj G-iant,Bla8ting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash;
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and1 Whisk,
Table   and   rocket'
Guttora^iiXtL'L'1™
■•"      no liul'l -   i      .Kj.-.i'. •-.- ..■■,..,,  ■
u|We purpoSfe doing
'a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to; ugtvjll be subject to a cash dis-
cpuntof 5 percent.
—ou^, nibttO feieing;,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns;"
r;   J
Thanking the Public jener*
ally tor tlie liberal patronaie
accorded to ns In the pant, *»e
trnst by strict attention to
buslnees to merit a continuance of the same.
td.TRAPFV
COMMISSIONS IN THK COUNTRY
PROMPTLY EXEOOTKD.        .
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TO IE MU CHEAP AND ON EAIV TElMIl
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DAILY COLUMBI
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AN
IITIIH COLUMUA STATIOKIY AND PlIHTIKO CO.
At tbe Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St
lellvered In the City dally.. .25c. per week
tolled dally, one year JIO.0O
toiled dally, six month  5.50
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ibsequent consecutive Insertion,2eta. per
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ay, 10 ets. per Une eaoh Insertion.
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usiness* Pftfeuj"
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.ft; 1 col. $16. If Inserted for less than 3
ion. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special Notice* among rending matter,
I ots, per line each Insertion. Specials
tiling attention to advertisements, lOcts.
Births', Marriages and Death a, SI for each
Auction Ma, whon illsplayed.oliamod
per rent less than transient advts, If
rlld, ohnrged at regular tronslonl rates,
■HE WEEKLY COLUMBIA"
■■sued every Saturday Morning.
silvered In the City, nor year. t__
nlled, per year .ii.-.ittAU.'l Mj
ailed, B months. ,.t.\.h\)tl&rtM l-JHM
wiimv Ancnuim iatei.
quenttnleftrom,Vct*.\lflfTn|-tl.
ttaadlag Advertlsemen-s.-For 1 Ineh.
.60 per month! 2 Ins. $2 perm.; 8 Ins. $3.80
ir m.| 1 eol. $12.75 per in.  It lnsertedjof
ss than 3 mos. 10 per cont will bo
these rates. ml     *   ..
Special notices among reading matter,
ou. por line eaeh insertion.
Cau i^uBt^olliiMtoljjjgatorJtaiMBpout-i
Iwlei* neitliir IssiwWWMhlin |1.
JJII)
ay
\x Columbian
*->
Taesday Evealaf, Sept. »*. WSS.
A large number of .piv^gom :owii«.
hrough on to-day's train.
The Artillery coin|>any will drill
lib evening at tl*B.*»t*iiil.hour. ;,?,"'
Thc district ot **ticbta is rerwrfed'to
e in a very prosperous condition.
All th-jstf are at Imlf msst to-day
!$jpss
For Sale—Hotel doing a good faying
usiness; cheap.     Apply   at
-urner * Gamble.  Jyl«o
'ooda,
A, J. Smith's sash and door factory,
riotoria»'»*f. innml M .: Saturday I
Ight.   Losa, 15,000.
The Methodlit general coiifetenoe
aa rejected a proposal to extend the
iinuterialteSto'4'yelfai. "'  P'!'0"
"Blood-food" la tho suggestive name
(ten given to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, he-
auso of Ita blood-enriching qualities.
In consequence of tlie death of Mr.
lamer, the Board of Trade meeting
pnointed for tonight hae bee* I can-
sled.
Victoria
The
'lo
ct caught, .'i 10
Harvest festival services will be held
Holy Trinity church  tq-morrow:
j_^*mm^_WMSkWm
>ng at o p.m.
Victoria amateurs are going to play.
To-moiWw'lit noon Mr. H. V. Ed-
ronds will sell  by auotion, at hii
m^t_&_^^r»Jm.
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
orm Irillei, MotW Grave,1 Wonn Ex.
imitator' notk'ng «i»aln ft.   ft
bottlo ond talie'ithome.
Mr. H. F. Keefer haa. juat signed a
mtract to clear the 86-acre tract at
anoouver. The oontideration , is
12,000, or nearly tuS(SiIt-»e. JA.i-
The Northern Pacifio ia being laree-
linepaweil througlTSeauIe oh Friday
ut en route to the land of the riling
Before" ilaaiitog on ta* plaa ol yow
jew house look over the latest architect
ural designs at Mr. Hill's offlee, McKen-
le st., and combine eoonomy with utility
ud beauty. dw-selSto
Some o! our local nimrode who have
wen out chasing the wild deer re-
JUmed home to-,d«r,, JI MVowkmi));*),
ike to'hear some lallTiunting stories,
"warranted fresh," let him spoilt
now.  9-il-l J)li!.ii»uM bnn  ll'ifnB
Iu addition to our new stock o*;.peing
Kwdi we have opened an invoice of
iagonals, West of England Broadcloth!
md Preach Caasimeres; Walsh the
Model Tailor. Hikbert Walsh, Man-
gg,,,        . —asain trtVi i.,| kp21te
Application  waa  made at Victoria
March lit. After a lengthy argument
the petition for the reprieve wai refuted, hii lordihip holding that the
Privy Oouncil ihoukl.bi aPolUd to.
Try Ayer'a Pills, and be cured. Misery
il a mm*, word; *y deiqribe the mischief
Ito body and mind earned by habitual
I constipation. The regular use of Ayaj'i
ICathartio Pills, in mild doses,'will restore
■the tor-t^-^ee-a to ■[^tliy.aotioi*.
n   Mr.' E.  6.   Wheeler addressed a
good audience in thr
fut night. To-nigHl nli aubject will
Ibe "The Nation1. Textbook." To-
|rnorro*r*N»iiUM>>'aMomning will
foloie the institute. The proceeding!
re very„ioteteetieg, and no' ou ought
> mill being present who oan help it.
MiniKo or Presbytmy.—A apodal meeting of the B. 0. Presbytery
waa held in St. Andre*--! AThdteh last
evening. The following delegates
were received: Messrs. Ji
'Kobt. McKee, and Paul
ley Prairie; Messrs. McAdam and Fer-
nson, Maple Eidge; Mt' Time. Black,
Wt Lnngley; Messrs. Jno. Stewart
Chilliwhack.   It was resolved to ask
tlie Hunn.Muwm toaenda*oinistec.
to Ohilliwliaok at onco, the cpngraga-
tion proiiiiiinr^liWnJ'contrlbutloris to-
wards  hii support and engaging to
eroot a ohuroh at once; -ForLangley,
which include! Langley Prairie, Maple
Ridge add'Mud Bay,*!tainilterwaa
■also ,&&#&__*%,&, ^ito^r-jl-
Ipondcnce with the colonial committee
lof the Church of Scotland.   A com*'
Imunioation waa received from Regina
Totating that a oall to the Rev. S. J.
^°W*ffiin^r,n?»d»-
land leave waa granted to the modera-
I tor of soMiimtf *. Atidr-MttWildd-
lerate in a call whon|the congregation
liireadj/j,   (fl*   lWjl,j|.i,',..yr
Perpal. .. ,,
LMosBra. ,S. T. MoIutosUand Win.
cf oil reinrned from Harrison rivet
to-day vKth Vet] irned'gam'lliaig!."
Sir Edward Watkin left Montreal
for this province last Thursday.
Death of Hr. Homer. **'-'
Mr. Joshua Attwood Reynolds
Homer,.'M. P., died at his reiidencein
this city about 11 O'clock last night.
Mr. Homer was born at Harrington,
ffijf}., in August, 1827, and received
his education there, where' his grandfather, a V. JI., Loyalist, held the jioei-
tion of collectorof eustomi. lit 1869
he came to this country, and: I by the
judicious investment of a iniall amount
at Esquintadli ho made a considerable
sum of mohey. Afterward! he oame
to this cjtjl and went into the lumber
and milling business. In 1800 he re-
jed to Nova Scotia and married
tie, eldest daughter of the' late
Oeo. Wilson, Em., who was also a
descendant of 0. E. Loyalists. Coming baok to New Westminster, he continued in the lumber business for - several yean, an^ ifterwardi engafed in
sor oral enterprises, finally engaging in
the business of commission merchant
In 1803 he waa elected by acclamation
a member ofthe first legislative 'Oottn-
" ' ir the colony, and waa re elected
, Mlao-at'onin 1804. In 1882, on
the appointment of Dr. Mclnnes to the
senate, Mr. Hotter was elected representative for this district in the Canadian house of commonB, and at the last
general election he was returned by M-
clainatio**.. ,Mf. Homer was always
true and loyal to the interests of the
city and' d strict; and, possessed Uie
contidehSC ana'estcem Of alt who knew
him Both in business and private life
nil sincere honesty and generosity were
marked, • and both the oity and district lose in bim a valuable and trusted
counsellor and representative,. He
leaves a large family to mourn hia unexpected departure, and wo are aure
the stricken widowand children have
the sincere sympathy of the whole
community. .Tho funeral takes place
to-morrow afternoon, leaving the family residence at 2 o'clock.
•M*r. | gCltyf "DotiBcll.. r;VJ'-',
ml The regular weekly meeting of the
city coim/q^jV' wad J held laat evening.
Present, His worslilp May'or Dickinson,
(in the chair), and' all the councillors
excepting Rosfr ■'',:_CiV'-  ■''• \ J-
The following bills were disposed of:
From D. W,vFerris, expenses of holding inquest on a body, $24.50. Referred to finance committee. From
John E. Lord, f 18, referred to finance
caauiittee,.','.■' . ' ...
J; His worship reported that Mr.
Strong had informed him that the C.
P.R. would be prepared to fill up
Douglas street from Front to the extent of eflitlift.; adjacent to Mr, El-
jllOB's stables. Report, received. '
u- The .ifinanoW,. jstatementi for the
month of August showed ordinary receipts to liave been $1200.81, aha ordinary expenditures 8957.83. Statement received and-filed..     .    .1
His worship said a large number of
wheelbarrows'had. beon offered the
Ity at the low rate of $2.60 each. On
lotion of Coun. loid it Was le* in the
hands of u» board of worlu; to purchaso them if required.      -
His worship lpformed,.tbe. council
tliat Mr. Bote had reqtieited, bim to
fetider hii apology for not asking leave
of absence before his departure for San
Francisco whithor he had gono partly
on business but eliefiy for Tiis health.
Also that Copt. Pittendrigh would fid*'
■fil' the duties of city magistrate in his
'absence.      .-,:.'**;'•'.•' ''•  -.■•
His "rorshiji said Mr. Ewen had in-
'formedhim that if a littleitmighten-
ing up was done to his-wharf in lioii of
the damage done his proberty in railway construction ho would forego all
claims agoipatthe city, :. -
. PouilB,'Calbick and Elliott said the'
least tho council should do was to see
that the repairs asked for were made.
JWbrroi to board of works.
His worship reported that Mr. Edmonds objected to his agreement with
the city unless taxes on the lot which
it was proposed he ahould transfer to
the city were remitted.
' The counoil were of opinion that as
Mr. Edmonds had reonved a lot free
of taxation he ihould surrender bis bt
aider O-o same condition!. Th* oity
clork stated that Mr,. Webster was
about to make a similar claim. Mat-
tor referred to railway committee.
. Tjie escape of a prisoner from the
lMkup waa reported. Retorted to police committee.
His worship reported that the prisoners composing the > chaingang only
i**»i-"»i«i »#| 3: pirridg* CeWre gb-
ing out in the wording an.d this was
not considbrod sufficient for them to
work on. As thoy were doing valuable
service for the corporation the question
•was! would tho oity provide them with
any bottor grub. , The matter dropped
after sompfiisouslion. 1
Hisworiiip a»id tho plans for the
mUwa^hirf afld atition were pre-
jwredand would be reforrod to Mr.
Abbot on W_fflB_ PottMoodi on
Wedneaday for approval.
It Was also reported tliat Mr. Gambia was of opinioh that tho city might
allow'the oompany to! olose the end of
Front .»*-»tr .uiioat, tth» proviso that
they giMtl ^-mini*|Re|i. requir«d to
Matter laid over. ,
leputation of Jil*' fito oonipany,
composed of Messrs. Curtis, Roid, McLeod, ftd MeiRnjhy was received,   j
Mr. Curtis, in oxuaining tlie business of the depobrtltfri, said that tho
members of the company felt grieved
because the road tax had been collected
from **dtin,..andJ, because tho City did
not apjiekr to appreciate their services
lo the extent of $2 each per year, The
desire of the deputation was that the
rood tap «ta»l* be collected in the
r.r.linan««TMt Hlonded to tho om,-
*fany for its own purposes. The company would accept U00 in lieu of tho
taxoa collected. TKe tendency already
wail fof the WHijinrty *« de*e"*e-' IkM
yoar thoro we* ovor-SOrilembers; now1
there were only 4a, and thore would
ba a still further fallingoff in lneuibor-
shij) if-the ttot wai ftnpOiedj     	
Mr. McMurphy noiHted i oiit' what
the company had done and was doing
for the"'WtJl*md,"*Hia» Mquestwaia
" .one.       .    .     ....  i
It was observed tbat many of the
firemen did not piay taxes in-previous
years/
. Mr. Reid, captain of the Hyack
company, said it was in a flourishing
condition laat year, but whon the council had refused to refund the road tax
there was immediately a large falling
off in membership. Men who had no
interest in the city did not feel inclined to spoil their clothes at practices and fires without even a show of
appreciation on the part of the city
for tlieir services.
His Worship said that the amount
collected from tile firemen last year
was handed over to the company but'
several of the membere had not paid
any taxes and of course the council:
could not refund what they liad not
collected.
Mr. Reid said tho question was,
Would the oouncil recognize the company's services to the extent of $2
each year.
I His worship—That is another way
of putting it.
The matter was finally adjusted by
the deputation receiving notice that
at the next meeting of the oouncil a
motion would bo made that $100 be
paid to the fire company in lieu of
road tax collected from its members.
Resolved, that the bills connected
with Sir Sohn's reception be paid.
On motion,, it'Was resolved that the
clerk communicate with Mr. Good, of
t*ie inland revenue department, respecting tlie* lease of property at the
camp from the Dominion government
for railway purposes.
A communication was received from
W. Vieijah'applying for water lot No.
21 for Bv term of 6 years. Granted
subject to (he usual conditions. .
. Coun. Douglas gave notice that he
Would bring in a by-law at next raeet-
M> to enable the counoil to close
at and other streets west of Douglas to enable the C. P. R. company
to construct a roadway and wharf.
J' Coun. Lord gave notioe that he will
move tliat the sum of $100 be paid to
the fire company.
Procrastination the Thler of
.;    Time*
EbitOh Commiiun: I viae in hopes
that before this time the citizens of New
Westmiaster would have seen railway,
cars coming ahd. leaving, the city with
freight and passengers, but we are
'doomed to disappointment. Is it be-
cause the Syndicate has been disappointed in their calculations with regard to
the'extension from Port Moody to Van*
couver that New Westminster must bear
a part of the punishment by being kept
ont of the trade we have a right to expect T One month baok ears might liave
Men carrying freight over the branch to
this city if the least effort had been made
to make the road passable; bnt to all
appearance the road will not be completed by. Christmas, barely saving their
time ss per contraot. I heard J Mr. Van
Horne say he only wanted time to get
: the rails from England, whioh would be
some time in Jnly. The road would then
he ready, and the rails would belaid in a
few.dayB after. How does that compare
with the present state of the work—ballasting not half done, a mile of rails to
be laid, wharves uot commenced, station
and depot building in the future, and
mnch work that the rainy weather as
well as citizens will find undone! I
have not heard of any complaint that
. the corporation hindered the work in
a»y way, but It haa rather assisted in
forwarding ihe work by making it ai
ejasv as possible for the company—even
to the Injury of some of our citizens.
Mr. Editor, I would forgive them all the
disappointment caused if the work undone Is hurried up double quickly.
'''^s >'■  "     "v      '   Crnzis.
September 20tb, 1888.
0. Bortle of Manchester, Ontario, Co.,
N.Y., writes: "I obtained immediate relief from the use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. I have had asthma for eleven
years. Have' been obliged to sit up all
' night for ten or twelve nights in succession. I can now sleep soundly all night
on a feather bed, which I had not been
able to do previously to using the Oil."
MMnik
BSI PITS DESPATCHES.
special te Ike C,J«t«iubla». •
Madkid, Sept. 20.—Tlie governmont
has telegraphed to the railway authorities to stop the insurgents who are
fleeing in the direction of Alcate de
Peraz. The order was not complied
with, however, as tlie railway officials
feared on attack by the rebels upon
their arrival at Alcate de Peraz.' The
insurgents failed to arouse the sympathy of the people or troops and they
subsequently attempted to return to
Madrid. Bnt in this effort they were
foiled, their lino having been cut off
by local troops. A skirmish took place
at Vocalvaro, a village about 4 miles
from Madrid, where the royalists
wounded a number of rebels and took
several prisoners.
' Only about 40 rebel cavalrymen are
now at large, and they will probably
loon be arrested. The arrests cf republicans continue. The queen return! to Madrid to-morrow.
Halifax, Sept, 20.—At the opening of the hearing, in tlie case of the
eeised American schooner David J.
Ad^ms this murning, Counsel Meaghor,
who represents the I'. 8., again endeavored to secure the exclusion of
reporters. Only one of those who
wore present, however, had beeu subpoenaed, and after counsel had cited
authority for the exclusion of witnesses the court ordered thii reporter to
retire from the court room. Ho refilled to do io and the sheriff was ordered to remove him. After something of an altercation, however, he
went out and when too late it was discovered that those concerned in it had
pit* thomselvei in peril, as the sheriff
had no jurisdiction in courts of ad-
miralty. Later, when another of the
subpanaed reporters oame in, Meagher
demanded his' expulsion, but' the court
declined to have anything moro to do
with that class of proceeuure, whereupon the expelled reporter returned.
Bvidenoe was taken in corroboration of
.'that heretofore given in tlie caie, and
the prosecution closed. Meaghor has
aakod that permission be granted to
tako testimony for the defense in the
United States, w"iero nearly all of tlio
witnesses reside.
London.1 Septi 20.rrAt the .conclusion of ■Parnell's speech, Jno. George
Gibson, M. P., for Liverpool arose and
on- behalf of government said, that
after the declaration already made it
Would be impossible to undertake anew
constitutional legislation tliis session.
He declared Parnell's measure was
ono which no government could accept, and contended that the state of
farming ill Ireland did not show any
necessity for the 1)01. Mr. Gladstone,
who was loudly cheered, said ho was
sorry to find in the courso of the debate no signs of an agreement between
the two sides of the house. All the
speeches from Ilie government side
were those of uncompromising opposition to any measure for the relief of
Irish tenants. Whether that attitude
was justified or not ought to decide
their vote on the seeond reading of
tho bill. How was it, he asked, that
of the numerous members represent-.
ing farming constituencies in Ireland
opt ono was inclined to move the rejection of the bill! He supposed that
nono, however fervont their allegiance
to the government, could bo induced
to do so (cheers). . j To tho question,
"Whon was the inability of the Irish
tenants to .pay rent first discovered?"
he replied, "When the government
first advised the queen to issue a commission to .inquire whether the' fall in
prices of produce affected the paying
capacity of the tenants," It was too
late, now that it was' impossible to
distinguish between' those who were
unable and those who were disinclined to pay, because parliament
had more than once, recognized that,
it bos possible to draw an act with
such a distinction.
The issue of Ihe commission afforded
. sufficient ground for parliament to endeavor to raise tenants who upon examination should be found unable to
pay their rente, and the fact of the
issue of the commission implied that
there were such tenants who the government- thereby promise to relievo.
But such-relief waa to be given only
after long inquiry and after the framing and passing of a necessary bill, all
of which would involve muoh delay.
Ih the meantime the law existed under
whioh penalties or evictions might be
inflicted on a large, body of men who
the government admitted were not unwilling but unable'to pay their rents.
It would be monstrous injustice on
the part of parliament to allow suoh a
law to be put in motion. (Loud
cheers.) Therefore he should support
the bill, although he himself would
have framed a different ono. Moreover, it could be altered In committee.
Lord Randolph Churchill—" Lord
Salisbury never said anything of the
kind."
Mr. Gladstone—"The noble lordii
bold in hii assertion. I don't know
whether there is, any limit to that
boldness, but I see no ground to recede from my statement."   (Cheers.)
Gladstono, continuing, said he had*
committed himself ai to the rents of
leaseholders, and therefore he could
hold himself open to consider what
2as said on the subject by both nn-
onalists and conservatives, retaining
full liberty to consider tlto best form
in whioh tbe measure should ultimately appear. He felt bound in honor
and in justice to vote for the second
reading of the bill, which apart from a
General polioy he believed was absolutely neceasary in consequence of an
importaut proceeding of the government, by which they were committed
ito .proposition's1 of the deepOst importance, propositions involving the
country in consequences the magnitude of .whioh perhaps none of them
were fully .capable of reaohing.
Mathews, home secretary, in advising
the house to reject the bill, denied
that the appointment of a commission
implied an admission that rents were
too high. He said Parnell's bill was
an invitation to all tenants in Ireland
tn resist the payment of rent The
debate was' adjourned on motion of
John Morley.
This AfterMs Despatches.
Belfast, Sept. 20—Desultory rioting,
accompanied hy ■ ■ firing, continued
throughput th« cUy during all lut night.
Two pollotmen went' leverely wounded
and a - numbar i of* citizens injured.
Twenty arrests were made during the
night. Tbe Catholics evince a very bit*
ter spirit against the police and soldiers.
TRb appearance of a tingle constable in
one of the troubled districts last night
was greeted by a volley of atones. The
aspect of affiriri this forenoon is threatening, and moro firing is expected.
Madrid, Sept. 21.—All the officers
implicated in yesterday's attempt at revolution have been condemned to death,
A band of rebels ai Oceana, In the province of Toledo, killed their commanding
officer and then returned their allegiance
and prayed for mercy. The common sol-
11 ■*" •*--■- "*■■■■- **■-- "----*-- gen.
lame
Tho
soldiers are everywhere yielding to the
authorities. In the province of Toledo,
however, two bands of rebels still hold
out. They are trying to reach Gudarama
mountains, and a force of loyal troops
has beon Bent In pursuit of them. The
city is quiet M-day.
Sofia, Sept. 21.—The committee appointed to examine into and report upon
the circumstances of the recent coup
d'etat have concluded their investigation.
Th-sy pronounce KaravelofT, Nikiforoff
and Seankoff jointly criminally responsible for the affair, and recommend that
all three be suspended civil privileges.
The sabnme at its next meoting will decide what further steps, if any, shall be
taken against the throe conspirators.
London, Sept. 21.—Gladstone publishes a letter again denying the repeated
reports that be iB about to join the Catholic church. He says: ," The statement
that I intend to become a Roman Catholic in a revival of a miserable falsehood
reproduced from time to time without a
shadow-of evidence for a basis, and is
unworthy of notice until it assumes a
character very different from a merely
calumnious invention!"   '       -
Ciiablemtov, Sent. 21.—There were
three shocks of earthquake In Charleston
last night and early tnls a.m., tho shock
at 5:80 a.in. being quite sharp and causing bouses to rattle uncomfortably.
There waa no general alarm, but a good
many persons ran out of their houses into
the streets and remained there.
HOMRR.—At Now Westminster, B. C,
September aoth, Joshua Attwood Reynolds Hornet1, M. P., aged M.
The funeral will take placo to-morrow
(Wednesday) louvlng the residence nt 2
p. m. tor Holy Trinity Ohnhili.
Surface Indications
TVnat a miner would very properly term'
"iturfitce indications" of what Is beneath,
are the Pimples, Sties, Bore Eyes,
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
which people aro annoyed la spring ana
early summer. Tho effete matter accumulated during tho winter mouths, now
makes its presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel It from tho system.
While it rcmuius, it fs a poison that testers
in the blood uud may develop Into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement
of the digestive uud ossimilatory organs,
with a fecllux of enervation, languor, and
weariness—of ten lightly Hpokenof as "only
spring fever." These are evidences that
Nature is not nble, unaided, to throw off
the corrupt atoms which weaken tbe vital
forces. To regain health, Nature must bo
aided by a thorough blood-purifying medicine ; und nothing elso is so effective as
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
whieh Is sufficiently powerful to expel
from tbe system even the taint of Hereditary Scrofula.
The medieal profession Indorse A'YEB'f
Barsapamixa, and many attestations of
tho cures effected by lteome from all nam
of tlio world. It Is, in the language of
the lion. Francis Jewctt, ex-State Senator of MassaohusettB and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "tbo only preparation lhat docs
real, lusting good."
PREPARED BT
Dr. Js C, Aytr 6 Co., Lowell, Matt,
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for $5.
The Confederation Life.
The annual report of this solidly pros*
fierons Canadian institution will be found
n another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the. ecotmuros which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has de*
dined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the work*
ing expenses of the company bear to the
total income tbe very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims- -which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The assets and liabilities an
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there Is a surplus of $282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the last year
wbb $260,390. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, un*
wise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson ft Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columbia. ml9te
White Bronze Monuments.—White
Bronze Is a comparatively new substance,
and has come into large use, rapidly, for
speoial purposes in thn country. It haa
been found to be so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established.at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles.. From experiments made by
these companies, it has been found that
the: material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronse being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, It is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throwft'off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined zinc, and are,
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work nnder a high pressure of steam,
which cuts the surface, but does not ad*
here to.it. A thin film of oxide which
forms dn this bronze is indistructible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate It, although the film is so tnin as to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place. —BoMon Journal of Commerce. Chaa. J, Robson, New West*
minster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper. and more, durable than any
other. , myBtc
A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T. B. Pearson ft Co.'s   ocl7to
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
I ery Sunday at 11, a. m. and 7 P. m. In
b Ohuroh, HI. John street, below Royal
avenue.  Seats free, all are cordially invited. Sunday School at 2.30 p. v.
(fefflte) *
Af BTIIODI8T CHURCH, Mary St,
|V1 Hev, C Watson, Pastor. Services at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at s p. m. - Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited. Je74c.*-
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, St. Mary's.
Sapperton. (Services, Sundays, I0.9Q
a. m., und 3.30 p.m. Thursdays, 7-30p. m.
Dally, 10a. m.-op. in. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 7 twin., except and Sunday In the
month.  All seats free, mhittto
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
nle pastor; meets in tbe Court House.
Services At 11 a. Ii. and 7 p. M. Sabbath
School nnd 111 ble ClattHat2.»p,H. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strangers cordially Invited. aplStc
jL      UNION LOtlQB No, t, A. P.
./Vv Jb At M.— The regular Com-
jLM munleatlons of this Lodge are
/ IT \ held ou the first Monday in eaeh
month. Sojourning brethren are oordiai*
ly Invited to attend D. WILSON,
fc28-tc Secretary.
IrTOTlcpB.
fMJRING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
\J Province, my son, T. J. Armstrong,
holds my power of nttornoy and holds my
appointment as Dcinuy Sheriff.
1 Vf. 3, ARMSTRONG.
July 1.1th, I88fl. JlyllmS
Knights of Labor.
rpHK KNimiTB OV LABOR HAVE
X removed from the ForeltCtst Hail Io
tho Orangemen's Hall, whero tbey hold
their weekly meetlngH oh TUESDAY
NIGHT at 8 o'clock.
M. P. CROCKER,
Secretary.
New West., Aug. 27th, MM.     dauSSml
Cancellation of Reserve
SteW WESTMINSTKR DI8TMOT.
vroTIOB TS HEREBY OIVEN that the
JJI Reserve placed upon aootlon', Blook
"North, Knnsj«7 Worn, li tin lro«ncancell(Hl,
nnd tlmt tlinro months (rom tho dnte
hereof the land-wilt bo open to purehnso.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commlsslonerot lAndsd* Works.
Lniuirr and works Department,
Viotorin, B. O., Sept. lst, tm.   rlw'nil
as-
1SJ"WW   FALL
DRY GOODS
OPENING  DAILY.
D. Drysdale & Co.
73 COLUMBIA STREET,
ttyk-it. New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.
IMPORTERS OF
Dry Goods, Silks, Millinery,
MANT Tm E S,
Carpets, Underclothing, Hosiery,
or   ali.   acxxr-Doi.
Clothing, Gent's Furnishing
Goods!
Millinery & Dressmaking done in Latest Styles.
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.
30jylm NEW WE8TMIN8TIII
LORNE COLLEGE,
1*1 aw -*c*7**3ST-i>4riiiTST-a*a, s. c    ■
IOHOOL    -FOI
M.    OHT-KOl
Vlnlur,   . . . . • Tke BUk.p •* Haw WeUasJbuUr.
PKU-CTJW.-H. FIENNES-CLINTON, ESQ., M. A. (ol K.Me ColUg., Oibri, '
and Lennox.ille, P. Q.).
AsSISTitlT MAKTlIt AND SlTPSRINTIHIDIlIT or THI CoslHIUCIAL DaPABTIIIXT I
W. il. BATES, ESQ. (of the College Commnnnle, Boulogne, and Anglo-
French College, London).
Matkok-MBS. REDDISH.
Boabii oi Eduoatioh—The Visitor and Principal; The Ven. Archdeaoon of Coium.
bia; The Ker. H. G. Fienncs-Clinton; C. N. Trew, Esq., M. IS.; O. E. Corbould, Esq. 	
The School will Re-open on Thunday, Sept. 9th, 1886.
mHE COURSE OF STUDIES EMBRACES EITHER CLASSICAL OR COMMRR-
J. cial subject.. In the former Branches preparation Is given lor the Universities;
in the latter pupils are fitted by a study of Modern Languafres. Commercial Corns-
gindence. Book-keeping, Ac, to t«ke positions of responsibility In the Business
ohses or the Province.   Both branches include sound instruction In Geography,
History, English and Mathematics.
For Prospectus, apply to tho Bisnor or kbw Westminster, or any member of the
Board of Education. .-.     r
LOOK   HERE!
Being determined to close out the balance of my Stock before
October 1st next, I will sell all Goods now on hand at a
QREAT   SACRIFICE
J-j-pCall early to secure Bargains.
G.   LEISER.
INSURANCE
NewWestminster City
VICTORIA RATES
DWELLINGS, # per cent.
OUTSIDE OF CITY:
DWELLINGS, 2 per cent.
BARNS, 3    "
RAND BROS.,
AGtNTSCITIZENS IN8URAMCEGOV
ttwftrtini
S, H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HAVING HAI) EXTRNSIVK KX-
■ puricnoe lu California and elsewhere iir the ahove business, I am now
prepared to take charge of any sales,
miction or otherwise, that the public
may favor me with.
Guns, Mile-, fartrlliti, Ttmtst,
Shot, lliblK tickle, Br*Mt«-
cIn,  Cntlery.  UU   W
eiwivtre,
TO BE HAD  AT THB OU» STANB,
KNOWN AS THB
'Menagerie Shop,'
'   OOLUMBIA   •TMIT.
dwaiilTte p-tiilu $ritwh €olttmbi«n
Tuesday Evening, Sept. II. ■*•«•.
'- ■-  t     I".
LatestlfTelfifflli
LAST JHCHTSJESPATCHES.
Special telle i.iHaiiiblaii.
MADu)^,i*pt*;.-^O.i^A jjtWolutipn"
was attempted last evoiiing by a number of Spanish troops quartered ill this
oity, Tho uprising was ill planned
and ill manoRed, and practically
uinounteU to little more Ihanamutiny.
Tho trouble was inaugurated by a
regiment of infantry quartered in
Gibblas barracks. The soldiers revolted, broko dowrf the •*Hi>tit«iii wiih
that separated them from the quarters
occupied by the cavalry, and intor-
mingled with tho mon of the 2d cavalry regiment, a number uf whom
joined in tho revolution. The officers
of all theso regiments did all in their
power to dissuade tlio mon from revolting, but 304-aoWiere, after beating
a number (if, officers and', wounding
them, deserted- the bamtoVs and
marched in two bodies through the
town.   Ono body went to Frado, the
Srincipal park and promenade of
ladrid. Two thousand toapp -.were
quartered in Prado at tho'' time," and
the revolutionists expected to be joined
by them. The other body wont hurrahing tlu^igh thp centre of Madrid,
calling eiMlieiiMploto jWtf-lht. wvo.
lution, cryjnj* " Live the republic,"
arid making olf kinds" of" threats
against thajnini-try. At this time the
theatres uid -littler pluce> of arauie-
nient weol fcibwclod. .Tftjss populace'
1 '* bj'satpriso.'   fy  mo** ..'of;
were ti .. .
the pril)itc'"*ce» people flocked oht in
a panic. All entertainments abruptly terminated. Tho strcots soon filled
with people, nearly all of whom were
terror-stricken because of aggravated
idess of what was transpiring. The
insurgents attempted among their first
exploits tdieouto possession of the arsenals anT ^arracks,.whiclv tjhey attacked wit» open fire.* 'But all "ttiesa
places were well and successfully defended, and the rebels were repulsed
and finully witlidrawnlttigetlier. The.
insurgents attacked and got possession
of the Southern railway. By this
time the authorities had tnkon in tlie
situation!''ajup had fully prepared to
master .if. ;*Ujytit troops marched to
tho railway, and after a short fight
they completely dislodged tho.revolut
tionists, who dispersed intolhe'coon*'
try, Gen. Pnva pursuing. During the
fighting in the city one of the officers
leading the insurgents was shot and
killed. .^lwretilatsJiot Geu. VelarJe
for refuflhrj tji> jaidf tbetn. Thay also
tnortaliy Wounded Count Marasola and
killed a colonel of artillery. Martial
law was proclaimed throughout the
city as soon as the condition of affairs
was clearly . perceived by the government. The eveiit . was a '. complete
surprise t<T-Afaaricl. Order was anon'
restored after tho revolutionists were
driven from the Southern railway. A
number of insurgent* fere takes pijis-
oners. This morning thero Is no np-
peuran««f4ho revolution nr qf-.disorder, ^flief (ho Ift'urg'eliti'fledfrom
town a party of them compelled the
station nutter ta-glnoe at their dis-,
posal a Bfricinl train, in whioh they
made tkeiraight to Alcade de Henery.
Government troops were soon in pursuit in another spocial train.   CC
Latbk—Additional particular! of
last nig«-ii«'v!ilt«how tliat lhe insurgents also shunted " Long livo the re
public, tho army and Sfiain." A large
number of civiliana joinod their ranks,
and when the authorities summoned
the military to putdown the insurrection, the .rebel! mado a. stand for a
while against the loyal troops, and it
waa in the first bruBh between the opposing forces tbat Gen, Velarde and
tho artillery colonel were killed. When
the revolutionists' realized that the
other troops wero making no response
to their appeal they abandoned' the
fight in town and scampered Tor the
country) most of them in the direction
of Alcade de Her.rey, a walled city in
New Castile, and but 17 mile! from
Madrid. Many rebels gave up the
tight long before the general rotreat
of their comrades and mado their escape in-the darkness. The authorities
are making a great many arrest* for
complicity ia tha revolution, and a
large proportion of. the pritonera are
officers. It is learned to-day that the
revolution was led by Brig. Gen. Val-
lscampa. He escaped on the apecial
train which left tho oity on tho southern railway. Loyal troops are scouring the suburb! of Madrid in search of
fugitive rebels. Telegram from iho
provinces ahow that public ordor remain! undisturbed. Thi ministers,
who happened toiie all absent from
the city, yesterday, have been summoned'tf-ftifrf ii-itMr^ It has
been loar»«J that the revolutionists
who started? fir Alcade da Henrey, lio-
cumingj convinced that tho loyalists
would atop and possibly capture thom,
stopped off their special trainen route,
went back to Madrid, and fled across
tho country.. The itrtets of the oity
are alive with row! of people eagerly
discussing the occurrences of last
night.
Pa»Is>? aa*tt;".40.—Iron worka at
Lerenml - wero "Mimed to-day; loss,
{200,000. 300 persons aro thrown out
of employment.
St. Louis, Sept. 20.—In a baso-
ball match between St. Louis and Kansas City' 11 inning! wore played and
the game declared it'draw dn accbunt
of darkness setting in, neither having
scored a run.
London, Sopt. 20.—A boat race for
tlOOO'topk place On thc Thames to-day
from Putney to Mbrtloko, betweon
Geo. Buboar and Potor Kemp. Betting wai 21 bi 20 in favor of Kemp.
Kemp waa tlio quickest to .getaway
and soon put a length and a half betwoen himself and hie opponent. Buboar however pulled an even 34 stroke
nnd gjpir^ltedw.np^ovon terms,
Noar -tomnentiu'l] bridge Kemp
again wont to tho front, but Buboar
mado a griM spirit and' iia'lCenp hod
worn himsolf out hrbis endeavors to
hold ton lead Buboar soon passed liim
and crowed the line winning by half a
mMt,\wHkis<:mi,. .•%j$°r-
man Oro#n Prince Frederick William
and -on, PriKSfrWilHainj IfffiVod horo
nt noon. Their arrival was signalled
by a aalilto of artillery and the ringing
of bolls. Tho town was docoratod in
gay colore. The streets forming tho
routo to be *r*vveTied by the prirtccs
Jivoro spanned^.By triumphal arches.
All local societies were arrayed in full
regalia. Children of the public Bchools
in Sunday clothing assembled at tho
depth to bid tho princes welcome.
Rome, Sept. 20.—The 10th anniversary of tho entry of Italian troops into
Rome was celebrated to-day with unusual pomp and ceremony. The* pro-
coBsioiK composed of municipal authorities antl delegates from tlio arniy and
frojoi political and wof-fingmenB'jasso'*
ciatioris, accompanied by immense
crowds with lunula and banners, marched amid great onthusioBin to Broalt
Porta Pia, whoro tho troop had entered tho city, nnd deposited wreaths
around tho spot in honor of tho sol-
diera who foil in t"ie breach.
Lonuon, Sept. isS.—in the houao of
couunbnB, Parnell!-'ih moving tho soc-
ond reading of his laud bill said tho
rccont olcctioiiB conveyed a mandate
to the houao of oommoliB that it should
Show Itself Willing and ablo to provide
for tho wants of Ireland equally as if it
woro an Irish parliament. (Oheera).
It waa useless to talk abuut the lateness of tho session in a houaeonly six
wecki old. A lnajorityof tlij now
numtbora.were young ' :inrl frofpi and
not over worked. Thoy did liot re-'
quiro a holiday. A Btate of urgency
existed in reference to -Ireland and the
regulations betweon landlord! and tenants hi IreWd. "'-Parnoll here explained the provisions of the bill. The first
clause, he said, was most important,
because it dealt, with tho moat urgent
subjects. ■'Ib-.*3nact6d that any statutory tenant whoso rent was fixed prior
lochstart-flay oT'Hio year !*»)»niight"
apply for an abatement in accordance
with tho provisions of thit bill,': .The
bill was to l*eji temporary. Bieaaure,
With tho exception of the second
clause it provided fnr what ho hoped
would only bo a temporary emorgoncy.
It was intended to meet the depression
in | prices,, but he could not tell now
whether tho depression ia likely to
continue. The depression commenced
in, 1885. "and continues unabated over
*slnce... "Thore aro no signs*'ot recovery,'' "said Parnoll, "Indeeil the signH
for the futuro aro growiiig worse; but
I only ask tho house to take action
with regiird .to. rents fulling duo next
***6\euiber,. and . tliat jwjll... ba.:'uL. next
parliament, not until the houso iB ablo
to tako action on the report of tho
royal commission. n\Ve will abstain
entirely from: prejudicing government
proposals, but wo do know tliat auico
the bulk of tho judicial rente have
been fixed there hoa been great depression in" prices, and potato blight has
spread _ to an alarming extent; therefore it "bohooves the house to apply a
temporary remedy now, and wait for
the royal commissioner's nport or for'
tho govenuhont to toko action therou,'
which will be impossible before November os-87' 'supposing tho houao adjourned until tho term of February.
A similar delay occurred in tho consideration of tho land act and arrears act
nf 18(12; therefore, unless .the houao
ac'ceilbs to niy proposal tenants and
landlords will remain in statu quo for
years. Our opponents will probably
•ufg? that' it will.i*ooxceoilin*dy difficult
for the land court to ascertain whether
tenants arc roally nimble to pay rents,
but thero was a similar difficulty to
ovcrcomo in connection with the ar-
rcaia act of 1833. The court satisfied
itself within five inonthaof tho inability
of 200,000 tenants to pay the rntes.
(Cheers). Similar quickness and expedition will follow my bill, and the
work will probably be finished in threo
inontliB. I propuio, further, that the
tenants shall deposit half the amount
of 'tHit rent, leaving the court to determine how much of the remaining
half tenants shall pay, and how much
the landlords shall lose. Undor the
arrears act the tenant deposited only
one-third of his rental, the landlord
losing one-third and the state advancing the retiming third. The only practical difference is tliat tho stato shall
not bo loser in regard to tho suspension of evictions. My bill closely follows the lines of tho arrears act, which
act worked justly and satisfactorily for
all parties. The costs of evictions frequently exceed thc amount of rent due.
It is necessary to suspend evictions to.
save tenants additional cost. (Cheers).
As .regards tlie lease holders' clause, it
will probably bo objected to on tho
ground that it ought to have been
placed in a temporary bill; but lenae.
holders have been waiting long enough,
too long in fact, and I wuuld not be a
party tu. tho horrible injustice of perpetuating their exclusion from tho
benefit of tho act of 1882." Parboil
quoted at length from statistics to
prove that the'fall in prices prodtteb'd'
waa not exaggerated. The speaker
disputed the accuracy.of Sir Michael
Hicks-Beach's figures. He said tho
quarter ending tho present month
would show a highor avorago of evictions than nny quarter sinco 1852.
tf tiio govornment, armed witli this
bill, should stay ovicti'mi in Kerry, it
would do more to restore jieace than
all Gon. Bullor's soldier's (cheers) put'
togothor. Ho claimed that his hill
was essentially moderate and calculated to pull matters smoothly through
tho winter. Ho concluded by earnestly entreating the houso to allow the
second reading of the bill which, ho
said, would benefit tliemsolvoa. Tho
working bf tho land act of 1881 showed
there wero almost as few just mon
nmong landlords as had beon found in
Sodom and Gomorah. (Cheers). "If
you had not been landlords you might
have concilliated tho IriBh people by
your rulo. In their tolly tholaiidlords
you placed thero m your stewards liave
proved false to their trust and *bppress--'
ed their tenants, who have tlio utmost
confidence that ns an act of justico
parliament will not permit the bill ,tn
be lost." ((Jlioors. Parnoll'* speech
occupied one hour and twenty minutes
in delivery.
Belfast, Sept. 20.—Reinforcements
have been telegraphed for by tho authorities. The mayor hastily autn-
ttnriu-d a meeting of magistrates last
night. Aftor a long discussion, measures were adopted to prevent further
'disorder.
I.haiiinij Dkuooists ob this continent
testify to tlio large and constantly increasing saloa of Northrop & Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery antl Dyspeptic Cure,
and report its beneficent 'effects upon
their easterners troubled witli Liver Coin-'
plaint, Constipation, Dyspepsla,Iinpurlty
of tho Blood, and other nhynloal Infirmities, and us a female niodictne, it lias oc-
coinmpllBhcd remarkable oiiros.
fiiirir-f; *"T-
Alwelttfely Pure.
->-Ttiis powder never varies. A mnrvol ot
<pumy-tt(ret)KtliamHv)iolCBomencsfl. Moro
economical Hum the ordinary kinds, nnd
oautiut bo fiohl In competition with tlio
multitude of tow teat-.pliori. welcUt oluift
or phoHpimto poWdbW." SOlrtonfy in -tfftnfl.
Royai, Baking Pq^»kr Co,, 108 Woll St.,
HOlUflpPPK
Tb&DriapdHousfe
IS THErBEST HOUSE TO,STOP AT IN.
|    GRANITE CITY.
raiKRT-CI-ASS ACCOMMODATION,'und
JP the-Tuble supplied with every possible delicacy. Tho hotel in under the personal mnnngement of tho woll-known
caterer, B. Yi Boyce.
BOYCE A CAIRNS,
mhfltc   • , Proprietors.
Poit Hammond Uursery 1
■KrW IS THE TIME T6 SKND IN
IY your orders, If you -wont some of
tlioso nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. Ar I return
about the middle of Juno to settle up my
uf-rait-H thoro and come out this fall with
tbo stock for my nursery here, and wilt
select unft bring your orders rl-rht along
with tne for this full and next spring's
planting,'!
Ilty of tree
 _,,! will satisfy ull both as to qua-
Ity of trees and mill) and I will he settled
here In tho business so you will know
where to And mc. -All communications
after tb« middle of June mny bo addressed
to mo at Bowmanville, Ont., or to Carleton
& Harris, Port Hammond:
ii   O.W.HENRY,.
my22tq . , .  Port Hammond P.O.
HACK FOR HIRE.
*r*HE UNDERSIGNED has established
A himself In the City of New Westminster with a FlUST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whirl- Is open fhr KuKORemenU al
■ rery luMlernte Charges.
Ordors left at tho Colonial Hotel brsont
by telephone, will bo promptly iittdhded
to day or night. Stable next II. Elliott's
JOS. OATES.
Telephone No. 3d. mylte
DREW.!!!
MISSES. McEUtOY A KITZ  HENRY
Wish to Inform tho Ladles of Now
Westminstor that they have opened a
«-Orest-Making Establishment
-AT-
THAPF ItRO'S HTOUE, < OLI MBIA BT.
Where thoy Will bo prepared to oxecuto
any orders entrusted to thom in tho latest
styles and with all possible despatch.
New Westminster, Oct. 8th, 1885.   oe7to
WEST END
Bakery & Grocery
Plain and Fancy
.,    UlUIDi    11UU|    UUIttUU,
And Confectionery always on hand.
Delivered to any part of the Oity.
r BEOS.,   Columbia Street,
}___	
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes an Kinds of Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS MNCY.
D
O YOU WANT TO BUY OR .HELL A
BuslneiB, take a partner, etc,
PICKERING & CO.
OFFICE! Fort Sfroolj between Hondas
and Hroughton, VICfORIA, B. C. P. O
Hox Wt. I nili2J
Wood and Goal.
¥IE SU^SfOltlBEE HiAS ON JtANI) A
Inrite quantity of
REST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And nn assortment of ,
CORDWOOD,
Which ho will sell at lowest rntes,  He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left itt Mr. MtiColl's store on Columbia street, or at my honse, Douglas
street, will moot with prompt attontlon,
i J -*-.* '. KENRY EtLlOTT.
NewWestminster B, 0. JlylOto
■tTOTIOE.
VroMOB' IS' HEREBY GIVEN: THAT
il we Intend to mnke application to
the Hononrahle the Minister of tho Interior, 80 days after date, for a license to eat
and haul timber on. Hen. 21 and Vf.% Seo,
22, Township I, Group tt. New Wostmln-
"t0r   BRaNETTte!(SAWMrt.L tiO.'/Ltt.
T>nt£tV Atlff. 20f.h. (WUMtrtt
D. S. CURTIS & eo.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, B. 0;
___        mhlOtc .
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Old Broad St. and 16 Pai-lMuju.
LONDON.
, INSTITUTED 1808.
FOK INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and tho
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build-
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
actaon navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods oh hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries* i - *
FROM LOSS OR DAMASK BY FIRB.
Subscribed uid Invested Capital,
•£1,600,000 STG."
Rates of Premium and every Information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTB0N6,
.   A_ont for New Westminstor,
-l'RACTICAL-
Has just received for the Holidays a tine
asaortiiient of Gold and Silver
dEWELRY
GENTS'
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
from $25 to iJSB,
Ladles Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, at
832,50.
RKMEMBEK-Wc do aot sell "filled"
Watches anil Jewelry as solid gold.
Oar good*,, aro guaranteed just as re-
presented! and prices lower than any
other house in B. C.
COLONIAL BLOOK, .
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
JcHIc
The Colonial
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Win, Ross
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tbe French lenolr, (ioodyear, Pink.
drton, GMhrane, Cliills I Co.,
Arme» lloldi'n and Slater
Boots and Shoes.
T AUIKS AND OKNTI.KMKN ARK RE-
Jj spoptfuily Inviteil to nail and exanr.
Ino the stock.
I havo alsrr on linnil tlio
HCOT' H-< ANADIAN LKATBCB WATEB.
TKJIIT KHEK DMT,
Which now takes the place pf gum boots,.
JyiMto
TownsMpofSraTBy!
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OP,SURREY COK-
tnlnn flevontl FarrnH wnlch ore for
Rate. Tbe ItHitl In of nxcellotilrquAllty—the
very liaat in tlio provlnoa Tho Reeve
iiiiuCaiiiicll are most nnxloiis to secure
ifenlmbln nettlnm. Aiipllnitloii to them
will rocolvu promptnttnntlon. The roadi;
Hi the township uro road; nnd there are
clnirohcH, hcIiooIh, mul u town hull. - H
TH08. SHANNON, Reeve,-
Clover yalloy P.O.
H,T.THIUI.T,P(erk,,l,af ,
Jnl2tc ffniPf PrtTlrlAp; ff.
Till CELEEIftATei
WSMM
Sewing Machine!
t-jFGOOD AS ANT MADE,
SOLE AQENT FOR MAINLAND.l .
C. J. ROBSON,
At tlio New. Fruit and -Confectionery
Store, Opposite Cploutliil, Hotel. New.
WtetmlnsterjRC.' '''    ,   r   Jlyjatfi*
ALBI<3*TM!
MARBL£ WOBKS
JAMES FISHKB, Frtprlelor.    i
MONUMENTS, HEAD STO-reSjTOil'llS,
• '   TA^tfi"9''AND'r*ftt!*MSjfilFi-TOlt«-'":'
NITURE-MARBLE, 4o.     ,t|.   .
. Persons living at a distance, by sending
a descriptions wliatithoy -wisli, ean. have
designs, prices", etc., furnished on nppilca-
Hon. ArtwoCi ■jlloraiitooUeiiualToiiSy
on the Pacifio Coast, and at reasonable
rates. N, S/j-No agents ipiployed.' ' '  '
I   Gordon Street, Tlctorln, B. 0.
Opp. 81, Andrmv's Presbyterian Church'
...      .,.,,     _______
Importer mil Renter In
IfkJLCDINO !
«Bte
WHITE LHOIIOIINS,
BROWN,	
*~"l|Si)(
White Crril.rl BUck Palands,
Oaiaea Fowls,  R»a«a Daski,
r While Peklu Docks.
•■ '   ;_ -pitoau'cV/koOlasti:1
DS.Hlnls and E&ks supplied at low rates,
aadallstobuWrimteffl. "' ™
Boyal Avenue, East or Douglas St.
'' '        .'.   ,' ,.  -     .  Jflil'li^tO '  '„    '';
New Westmlilster, Goal HartM-
;■■■   and Seattle Route.
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 33rd June, J^fl.'
MR, G. ROBERTSON,
 Vancouver;   —  -   „
RepresentingGoldle-tMi-Ciinoch, -;■,
.    .. , ,<-r. .-■■: ■•-•'••'-^•rtitj'oiit;'
8m.—We the iindci-alsiied Imvlng wlt-
netmc-j thp lorrlhlo flro wlileli wlrou out of
exlstcnec tho Noting ct(y of viiireoaver,
on Llio l!lth Inst., hnve. alter tho lire, examined tho safes Hold by yon, some of
Which wero put to the most severo test,
having been Mirrouniied by large quantities of mrd and uneon, and we nro plenue'd
to testify to the remarknble manner in
whicli evory Safo sold by. you preserved
its contents, hot Only books aun papers,
but also thousands of dollnrs in paper
money were tnhon out hi perfect'eonrti-
tlon, We cun, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them ns thor*.
oughly fire proof:.
L, A. Hamilton, for the CiinriiUnn Pacific
Railway Company: M. A. MuCLean,
Mnyor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Mn«
glatrate; Rleb'd. Alexander, Justico of
the Peace; John Boultboe, Police Magistrate, City of Vnncoitvev; ThomasDtmn,
Justloe of the Pence; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward K. Hand, Keal Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Aldermau: John Rankin,
Real Estate Rroker; Pither ft Edron,
Royal Hotel; II. F. Keefer, Contractor..
O. P. R,: J. W. MoFnrlndd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver nnd English Bay; F. C.
Innes A Co., Real Estnto Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estnte Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estnte Brokers; R, C. Ker-
giison, Mgr. H. C. l\ Mills.  ■        JeUOtc
I
\m
Importer and Dealer In
Fail Groceries!
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold
om Prices
The best Place in the
city to b»y ybu*
Groceries.
ti. McPHADEN,
.  Doana'a Briok Block,       '
NEW WE8TM15SIIB, B. 0.
nhs'"
NOTICE,   ■
Dominion   Lands.
•\rOTIOE.J[S HEREBY;.GIVEM THAT,
XX thc surveys of Townships Nos. l nnd
iwest of Coast Merldlnn. and TotrnsMps
Nos. 7, 8, 10, .M 14 nnd Ifl, east of Coast
Meridian. New, westminstor District, having beon duly confirmed, the undersigned
is now prepared to receive app] (cations for
Homestead Entry on pomlnlon Lands In
snoh Townships respectively.
Apnllonnti* must personalty nppear before the undenjlL'iied at the Pomlnlon
Lands. Oflinc, New Westminster, nnd
make tho affidavit nnd pny the entry fee
of 110 prescribed by Clauso lil of the Lands
Regulations of lSSTi.   ,
' ,     H. a Vf. AIKMAl^,
'' A'gentof Dominion Lands, B.C.
Uth Atfgost, im. dwnuioml
(iVtifiifnnrf Guardian corny.)
A:LL A8BE8S0R8 UNDER THE "AB-
A sessment Act, 1870," nnd miicndlng
Acts, are hertby instruoted to prtpart
their rolls on or beforo tbo :*ith November
next, and the duties of nil Courts of Revision and Appeal nt* to be completed, niid
tite rolls nnhlly revised and completed,
on or iH'/nri) tho 31st pecemlier next.
By Command,
' JNO. ROBSON,
. '• ■  ' ■''-':      Provlneinl Seeretnry.
vludalSeeretary'sOfflce,,      ■•<•,<
Victorin, R. C, flth Bepd, 1880.  tlsellml
W
(S. W, JTARTE, Master.) ,i rljfofl
ILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT
Tharntar Hgralag al I •■elMk, for
Now W'stmlnster anil Goal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islanua; arrlvesat
New Wostralrister on Friday fbrenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about, two hours
afterwardsi loavesiqOAI. HARBOR rrt-
day Nlclsc for Seattle.
■'■'"   Fare io aeatlle... ........jlw,
VreltMlverUa, J.  4.M
Spuolal rates to merchants.   -   aplole
A Private College!
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WH,l DE OPENED AT
RO-SSBAY, VICTORIAfB-Cir
Ira    -*-ON-*-   ' .     i
MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888.
THE   I10fl.Br**&   HAS   IS   liABOK
Itoonw and Is well fumlshod with
rcttlsler grates, bntll rooms, Ac, tso.
.uxoelleiit opportunities for all kinds of
healtlifill exotelus, Ineludlng boutluvand
bfttlilntt,., ■    ■   ■ I     ,  .
PUjiIIn will be niiulo most eomfortable
and. tlieir Kencrnl wolfiiro Carefully eon-
HldWlHl. ...
A COHIPntMT STAFF OF IHJTMOT0HI
will bo mnlutalued,.,
.EicelleiitfaelTltleswlll be afforded tor
Instruction  In' Vaillab,   CoaMswrtlal,
(Jlamtcal end Sttsltt, UatfmceHubJecU,
ApplloKlottVofnis, References and full
Information furnished by
KKV. 0. J. BBkHTOK.H.L,
. Ntw WKimmns.
June 9,1889. dwJiyUte
1,11,
' i- ri  .u* jjiui^ijj'i dm
-iUJOO   YjiAQ  3Hi
:e raDEtettMJBD Has Seen ap*
_ polntadaaantln.BriUahColuibDtt.far
these beautiful mooumcutj. i Full .partic-
ulars as to prices ahd deslaas on appllca-
tltilt. ■     CHAS. S. IlOIlSOft,
Atthe FmitandConfectloncry8tofe,op-
MsiteColonlnl Hotel, Now Westmlnsler,
I!
WHITE
THE OLOTHlBR,
A Urge Quaatityof .       ..
Bof8» anil VoHth's
Clothlnv!
7 Cases of American
FELT   HATS
Alto, a tall line of
lENTS'FIHUHSHNIIOOPS
'"     '—HB 'WJT^'aAfjV*—.'■
Tke Beit AhMMwiI Ii Ue -ton
line erer «rtlblt«4l» lew
'       - ■   WeftBliiter.
.    At LowestPowlblePHcHfoVOMB. J'.
CHI Karly mt Malta Waar XltcUea.
Oiiiwm Imn ttt. tm «*,*,
_ iWMfcrtm^M'i'^ij-Lii.
0QOkS,Jr,-V_
Statioiieryi
Jl«l. :« 'J K .■. r.. (JJJIW
Toys, etc
The Lutgest Stock on the MtAtt-
I r land,,, -mk! second  to ng,
, House in Btitiih Co-
' ; itllhbia.
—40LH AflBNTS j FOR— J
■    \.i .:■   Of BowtnaarUWOBa.,
''' :.       ;''■ ■ * ''■ '{'■ '"'     '
I igenU lor til th« l«diij| liMrf^o
8RCIAL FORMS
On tic premises, as neatly and cheaply
a. a, aay otaet astakUsluiMarl la tlw
Provlaoe.
—ACHiNTS  F0M—
•»rJt*thl**flt* Life Auvrafiee C*.(
Nam Britiih ud Mercantile Fire
iMVfinn Co.
—Aaenta for Hntoiaw—■'
ttwrine Bioitra,
" Htm, Mcttmtii,
'iB!fla'»yMif. ;.:":,
, CT8T0B I0U8I IUIU,
iiirw. rut. itmt,
Am!altJklMb«l Blank Bocttarml■Wtsdt ■
Hanu oh hand.      _ '
.' AU tb. Uad1n*«—   ,
NEW9f*tK8S
.  '. j' ... './/■■.'     :, •.!•' ■ 'J
..   —-—AND-— i' .
KM0MMK&
IUj*j-ii*ty**»>il**»d. fr*r*>ij-it)M»Mi
foranyPnolleatlMiat WaainHa.
mWat-atMHi(Mi**-*hm mmim-
tsrxm,<-*<*M:ss,m«mtxtk_
Fravlnoa,  " ', " ,
%^msm;t\msr
■   txtwmis erT-mti,      .
Ume W-Mtalwiiw, B. ft

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