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Array OOTent«*entP^W8omce
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Watain,
.;;','B"-r*TI8T.   ',; '] ! BKiill
Boom 11,      •   ......    Colonial Hotel.
Orrio.Hou.o-U to 1. dfelte
r. b.c. snows,
",^J :,, .. __tfnsr.:     i
Roohs-b. * 0., over Bank of British Co-
lumbl..   ...   ...   ,,.,. , ,,,[!,,,. .
Hotrns-ta. m, tos.90p.rn.     dwjlyirfc
rr-nan* a «<«•■*.
'"" ~"'"\ BARBMTE1M,
i    SOf.ICITOBS, im
omivs.BaionlotT«ildlnri,K»"a*»ttmin-
'  .W, and Vancouver, B.C.     Jy-ld-le .
1 BABR«TBB," SfJMOITOIt, AC.    ,',
". 01 th. Province of Manitoba,
AtiMiraoito Block,
dmiTfo- '     NiwWettmlniter.B.C.
•' -•' ' i   ■    •      .....
fj1',d,'A'#itijiibB,-.' ",:.i ojI"
"'•''     RARRI8TER, SOLIOITDB, Ac.
Orriois-Miionlo Building,
dsfilOt. NewWeitminiwr'.ac.
TO  aOBJIABBOI.B,a4.0.,   .
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent .   Money to Loan
.   Columbia St.,
I Mt.;'; Now Westminster, &0.
ftLOVl A, MAOIaURE,   ,l!
ABOHIMOTS.
omoB-Boom _,
Over Bank of B. 0„
Colambla Street,
f 'Vl
f\. W  ORAHT.
,i<^'-':;^<mP&0&i'i ,
Omoi-Corner Mary .nd 01.rk.on Sts,
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MALLANDAINB * IA1II01
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"I, .   I     ARCHITECTS.    ;;
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umMBlMk,
HasttniiSt.
i VANCOUVER, B. C.
. dauSUc
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  R. KINO,      I,.
agaatH't v-r\a\.__ ..-n
ARCHITECT,   . -
BUILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,
KAKITABYENOINEEIt.
Ornem-l-ew Mawnlo Block,
dwapUte Weitmlniler,
ALBERT t, HIM,
."M.CIAII.800.0.E.
CIVIL KNaiNBBR,  .    .....,,
If^'Jt^ANfljjjlJYHYOBand RUfJI
DRAUGHTSMAN,
O-nba-New Misonlo Bloek,   ■
-    dwmblSIc ' .'•-'.     Sim Weitminster.
m
t. WAiaiat aem.,
AOCOUNTANTB, STOCKBROKERS,     .
11   REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
•     OENERAL AGENTS.
8, Bank Bulldlnis, NewWestnUnster, RC.
14 Clan Bead, Hillfai, Eniland,
dwmyirtc
''m-i'.tkitfp, :
AUOTIONBBR AND APPBAI8EB,
OolamblaSltairt, _Sem Wmtmlnster
''■' «"'« ■; z "  >r    Si.'|
! AM aloiiuiiuBl.nl wtri rcoilf., prompt
'.nd careful .Mention.' Beit reference!
liven when required.        _     mhlz-tc
R'
RAND BROS.
BU. BITATB BROKERS,
'Vtmrtt
;;, JAS* IasSr»w.Al»ti,
lew it VIOTORIA: Port Street,     ".i
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
. - IM  _. tt_toiletf4Mntletonfl_. ,
fc,)H    ';!''   VAJIt»UVE8%.C)btdov«BtrMt.
BUILDING LOTS for ule In ,11 leotloni
.1 V.noouvir ud New Weitmimter city,
FARM LANDS ot mperlor quality for
a.lt at Chilliwhaok, Port Hammond,
Laniley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lod>
air1! Landing, Lulu Ialand, North Arm
...Wii River. ,
Mspt and Plant exhibited .nd th. tall-
Mt lnf.rm.tlo. furnished at Mt our offloes,
u;:. Itate
WILLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surveyors.
I-UHB PBBPABKD. SIWTBIS HABIi
Lsrgi or Smill SiirnlofjMpriey; Aoivinctd
' 'on Good Securities, nt Reasonable
Rates of Intereit.
,!f^^bm^^m_&^
X'm^k^Sl_^t^b^^^
Bniland and elsewhere, and bave special
lMnill«.loren>c1lo«Md»
Their chartes are lower than any other
ft'
__r<_^xa_m_u
given That
the Honorable
 tt tor a license
away Umber from the
north, J>d«g. west, i»chalnsj,thenc.«iuth
to chela.i to . pW: item, sVst lOollalns
Jo » PMt marked' *n*\post, H, 8. Mill:
|»|K«fi*a.e»».a
Hjt^:'tott?Sr.kSe,-i,«
place ot commencement-containing MO
■***mim8AWM&TX   .
,; A^Oe.ob.r-,1^
Including Toob of til kindi of tie beat m.ke.; Cre*4HMt aft Hand-ta***,
Barbed Wire for Fencbw, and .11 Ihe neceuary I'tenilll for Parmlaft
lerJIlai
in all colon: Kid
Stones) Wall
Lnbrlcatlan;
Agricultural
__^Jk;_mtel
tafied and Fliin Papei
IPalBtauiillthideii I
erintll designs; Brooi
i Traps pf. >
ilements,,
Bene tl Chain in .11 -Urn PIlrB,
-r BUlMing! Paints* Oik
„rcWy*vUte;(Brliiii
lights for ill purpom;
orsilpu:
niort«i
deKrtption,, tod a general msortnipnt of
*T Speoial itttntlon given to ordar. by null. '•,,"''      Oi/
;i,'','p"iWi '5T-:' Hi.''K^j^*lP.<5c CO.,      '
dvrjiySw'.'...'....!:..;     *».     •"■;''&]lSSi$>«iw,-N^
■J] iji tiliii.iJMJA1 I ' I"!" '
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BOOTS&SHOES
AND raVnEAfiL THtMBiWiW BONOT HEAD THIS ARTICLE     '
'. ;,' ...   TdCaUi and msPEci'orjR stooIc:
GRANT & MACLURE.
' dwje23tc
BIG GLEAJtUfG SAXE
.iiaoi in
m isiM >t.
Hew Bobts and Shoes
. .. , 1.. i v».   ,. iti 11 f ■■•■ -1 ■'■ '■ •■' ■ ■■•          11*1*
;,„   ';:' '•      "l"' "<  MiSm    '■ ■<"' ?!)H«W8H)   -I/v/l
A. B^ WIN^MUTE'^
the Wext 30 Days, at Cost.
HOUSE.
181!
i sd) ui bdayollbl
Millinery.
iMRS^ffiMyRAE.
S.^'^j!#IH!S B)
:<,
(hill! 03  -iPiJiiAT.*)'
GH0ICE   L.ANDI
W
E Ap/pW OFFERING FOR SALE
the,celebrated
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies, A marvel of
parity, stwnfrth and wlioleuomeness. More
economical tlian the ordinary kinds,and
cannot bo sold Iii competition with tbe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold onlyjn cans.
Royal Baking Powdrr Co., 106 wall at,,
Hsw'York.
Sfely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 7fl FEF.T; 0OMP0U1ND MA-
chlnery, by EastOi-rt in altera,! ,
■ ffi!r3Si».llBJWlCKE.*WVLFreOHNl:
djadto V«nconver,fl. 0.:,,-;
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
i ' FABM ' CONTAINING' 8fo ACRES
A IHKBrtelliftnaj 5 nillen from Port
Moody, 8 milcH from Westminster; eom-
miiniciitlou by water, rail or wagon-rakd.
Can bo purchased with or without stock.
Termjtjmsy.—ApplyJto
ms
Land for Sale.
QECTION 25 (CONTAINING 160 ACRES,
O moroorless), Block B North, Range
Two West, Township No, 88, Range West
of Coast Meridian, New Westminster Dls-
trletj about .i1/. mllc*« from Brownsville,
on Vale rand: \% miles from Fraser river.
Improvementn-7 acres cleared; all under
fence. House, Hum, Woodshed; 2 good
wellH flrflt-elauB water, a young Orchard,
iHiuststing or aovariuttetiof fruit trees from
S104 years old; 0 tons, of good TlmMliy
Hay and ono ton of Outs lu tlio barn.;
) Tenders- for tho above will bo received
by the undersigned up to noon of Wednesday, Slut last. Trbms—hnlf cash; bal-
anco lu one year, bearing Interest at 8 per
ceijt. per aunum.ii Wo do not Wndour-
, selvesio accept my tender, •'
'"•■!■ '     ' T [!>■ S. CURTlfe,
•..-Owclead;.^, ;      <._  ,\ .Tor.EsSculow.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
O  APPRENTICES-10   THE 'CRESS-
(t    making.' Terms on oppllcMlon to
" "    ' '  ' JtlSS' MciSDOOALL,'    .
dooato , CojiirAlila St., Now West.
MRS. E. J. MILLER
WILL RESUME CIiABSES IN PAINT-
Ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
ln all branches, at Rooms fit Mns. STIB-
sky's, Columbia st, tai.nl v. oonber*.
Hours from 0 to 12 a. m. ami Ito 4 p.m.
. docBto-    " '   '
PRICES OF ROUGH LUM-
ber have been established
on the basis. of $ti per thousand feet. A detailed price list
will be sent 'On application.
ROYALCITY PLANING MILLS 00.
ILImlted).
.   BRUNETTKSAWMILLOtJ.lLd.l
gitilg f ritiuh Cointttbisn
rrlilaj Evenlai, Oct. II, IIU,
—m_^*__m___—____________
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
VANCOUVER fclTY
Foundry q MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works hnvo muoh plenmire In notifying their friends snd tbo public that they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work: in tnelr line
•rtltli wlileh they mny bo favored,
A.llcKEUlE,
Moohnnlcal Manager.
Vancouver, H.C., 8th May, 1888.
 dwrnylgtc	
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consistingjof 5294 acres excellent farming
land, siiuated on *the-;Fraser.Riv^er, nea*-
Langley, abotit 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers' of 2b tferes
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and iocait^jpnifBry $a§y$flr*iis
of payment.
Steamer landihg aiid good wagon toads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across tfie3 river.       ° L
trts^A competent man is now on the ground
to snow intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets firom Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge,   -m u „( ^ ,... -; ■
,,.^;^_9tt''T_mS.^
'■ ■'• " •'   dwauMtc
MAJOR £ PEARSON
BchI Cstate Brokers and '
'  Fhinncinl Agents.
AQKNTH FOB
Confederation Life Assoelntloli of
Torouto. ^     r
MoyrU nml Lancashire Fire; ins it i--
l .     ataoe C*on*ip«ttUi.
MS.Vnlnnble Lots for salo In the City
andjDistrict of West minster; and choice
Lota In the City of Vancouver.
_ Persons wishing to buy or. sell .nltyor
rural pnipcrty should pommunicfttewlth
Olllcfis: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
post.oflice, Westminster*; and Hastings Bt.,
Vancouver. dwnplOtc
COLUMBIA  STREET
New Westminster, Brit, Col.
E.
FREDKJA^rt||iijejor
RAITK BEOS TO' WORM THE
_ .' Publio that he hntiboufthttho lull-rest of Mrs, Bonson, avlm Is retiring from
hotel business, Hiivlnu thorougtily re-
fitted and furnlslici! tlm House; the travel-
Una public and rcslili'tits of NowWest-
mliuitcr will Hint Ibi, one of tho mi.st
conifortnble and 'convenient hotels, conducted, on temperance principles: situ-,
attd In iho business portion of the oity
•nd commuiiilliig a lioiiutlfiil view of tho
Fraser river.' •!>     ' dwocfllc
According to the dlouoester Ad-
vertieer, the festive lobster.' hu developed a new end ingenious kink.
No more uie for cats: "Albert Tarr,
a son of .David Ttirr, caught a few
lobsters the past week, and he placed
them alive in the cellar of his broth-,
er, D: Suermiui Tnrr, for stife keeping. Nothing wai aaid to his brother about the lobsters, but during the
night ho was awakened by loud
noises from the cellar, bnt did not
investigate the cause, thinking it to
cobtie from a rat which ' mi'gt.6 have,
been captured by the family cat, and
.which was trying to get clear, The
following morning he went into the
cellar, and was surprised to find a
lobster on the cellar floor, with a
large rat firmly grasped in one of iti
claws, the grip being nearly luffioient
to cut the rat'i body in two. The
lobster hid been dragged some distance by the rat in his efforts to escape, ft ia supposed that the latter was attracted to the lobttersby
their odor, and happening to get
in the cluohei of one of them struggled to free himself, which only
caused the lobster to grip him more
firmly. Mr. Tarr was so well pleated
with tbe lobsters performance that
lie took it the water's edge and give
it its liberty,"   Wratzl-
| Nearly everyont',says an exchange,
who has any notions about Africa
has rushed into print with expressions of opinion upon the probable
fate of. Sanley. Sir Samuel Bake-
now adds hii quota of conjecture to.
th.] general fund. Sir Samuel; how.
-e.v.*r. is better qualified, to speak
than juott Enjgljahmlm, for he is a
famous African travelor himself, and
.WjfiSf* 'Wii..viewi "Upon texperienoe.
Notwithstanding the delay he does
not despair of Stanley's safety, and
points out that "Thoso persons who
nave only followed in the footataga'
of others have no idea of tte*lvSl-
tage which they derive from tha indefatigable explorer who first carved
out the read for future traveller!;
but the flnt wedge through new.
ground fn Africa ii hard to drive,
Stanley hu 500 miles of untrodden
country to penetrate between Aru-
wimi river and Wadelai. Thii may
require yews instead of monthi before the journey can be accomplished," Sir Samuel Baker comid-
entho idea of Stanley being the
White Pasha a, absurd, and winds
up his letter with a, humorous warning to an impatient public not to del-
' pair, or fall into the error of the London Times, which in 1873, relying on
startling rumors, devoted a flattering obituary to the memory of himself and Lady Baker, supposed to be
murdered by the savage tribes ot
central Africa,
Tho jSbijmVi! sayi: Toronto ii able
to read of large and successful «x-
hibitipns. without v.;nanj, and the
Centennial International Fxhibition
at Melbourne, Australia, appeal* to
be a very big thing indeed. In the
firtt place the mirvellotii growth of
the British colonies there is let forth
With a Unity of representation which
is most impressive. New South
Wales, has cordially co-operated with
the younger colony of Victoria on
thii occaiion so as to secure thii
reiult,. .The,Prince of Wales, although unablo himself to attend, has
in his capacity of president of the
British Commission exerted himself
actively in the interests of the exhibition, and procured for it the finest
collection of loan paintings ever sent
out of London. Foreign nations are
well represented at Melbourne, and
Germany has been especially enterprising in sending an exhibit of hor
products. The prospects are so
promising ai to lead a cautious
Scotch journal to remark: ■" We
augur great thing! from thii Melbourne exhibition—a groat stimulus
to the development of colonial industries, and an increasing How of capital thitherward —a brighter anil
warmer light ihed upon the somewhat dull monotony of colonial life;,
a closer union and lympntliy among
tho sister colonies, and a yet more
affeotionalc dinging to the mother
land, whoso heart ever goes out to
her children, and glories as much in
their honorable career when they nre
far away ai if they were itill under
the parent, roof-tree in the dour old
island homo." It will be seen from
the foregoing what importance, is attached to successful exhibitions else-
whore. We trust thit no piim nor
reasonable expenie may be spared
to havo a good routing provincial
exhibition at this city next fall.
The sooner we take steps towards
this end, the better.
Holloway's Corn Cure dutroyi all
kinds of corns ind vttm, root and
branch. Who then would indvre them
with such . cheap and. ajfot*.! remedy
within reaoh!
V,' ,t,\. ..a
BY TELEGRAPH.
■Irsud »Ule. H.P, for Carswtll, Ban-
tt.ett.al .1 Hutrad—Tke radio
CHe to Autnll>...Git.l Pet
Onlee Bobbery.
I'.ltuu Bei.l.lloi. to  be Enlbrced
II... Ike Hnlloba FK.tler-.Tke
■uaperar William at R«ae.-Tke
Queen'. Health.
liAST NIGHT'S DESPAI€|IKS.
; WUUAH ATHOMK.,;
Kome, Oot. H.-EmDeror Willitm
was received on hii arrival, by King
Bumbolt in full uniform and bearing
German order, of, decoration.' Tho
emperor wore the uniform of the Bed
Humn and the order of Ihe annunciation. The ippurince of the person-
•geson onuirsing from the''railway
•lation wai the' signal for tumultuous
cheering. The troopt saluted and the
bind played the German national anthem. Beiides the. regulir troops all
the military clubi and popular association! were preient The moiiirohi
entered the itata carriage, which wai
drewn by 6 hones, and escorted by
cuirassiers. Tho carriage! which followed contained Prince Henry of Prus
iii, the Crown Prince of Italy, the
Duke of Foils and Genoa, Premier
Oriipi, Count Herbert Biimarck,
Count Solmi and General Liebenan.
Tbe party proceeded directly to the
Quirinal when the emperor wai received by the Queen of Italy, lur-
rounded by the ladiei of the court.
After the miniiter! and other dignitaries had alto been presented, the
emporor, arm in area with tho oaten,
proceeded to, the balcony, followed by
the king ind ministers and other vitit.
;ori. A crowd of 60,000 people gathered
In front of .the palace, lud tt the emperor appeared they cheered and waved,
German and Italian flags,       ,
IMrWUiL riDBEATlON.
, Loudon, Oct. 11.—Lord Eoicbcry'i
■peech on the future relitions of the
colonies to the empire has been well
received by the prett. Tho Times
siyi:—"We ilwayi depreciated a cut-
and-dried plan «f federation. Tht object will be more surely attained by
grsduil approaohoa, A plm of cob,
niil defence, poital union and ihe
utilization of, the high commissioners
Snd agenta will serve as a general sort
(foundation upon which mny be
gnduilly built the fabric of imperial
unity." The evening paper! ueiiorally
approve the ipeech, except the radical
Sfar. The Boll Mallfiazetle (liberal),
uyi if we with to pay Ihe price, name-
Ij, gi'e the colonic! a greater lharo in
imperial affairs and ■ larger voice when
England speiki abroad. The Globe
(tory), uyi thit the mother country
will not grudge large sacrifice! to weld
the empire together, but require! some
proof beforehand thit the sacrifices
will produce the intended effect.
Children Cryfor WtnW-Castoria
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
OSBAT  POST OFFICE ROBBERY.
Bcmio, N.Y., Oot. 12.—Fulton
Market pott office wai robbed lait
night of ill maili miring from ill
pointi, ind tho papert, document! and
money- aUtncted and strewn about
the afreets. Many letters notifying
drafts for large lumt wore found but
no dnfti. The authorities are inves-
tigiting.
BUBT DISEASE.
Toxomo, Oct. 12.—Mr. Patten, the
collector of cu.torn,, was found dead
in hii office today. Heart distiie wss
the cause, . .,_■
A BEEiK IM HU'CAKII.
; Cornwall, Oot. 12.—Aiiriouibrcik
his occurred in the Cornwall canal
which will take tome weeki to repair.
This practically closes inland navigation for lomo time,
SMALL-POX IN BUFFALO.   .
Toronto, Oct. 12.—Adiipntch from
Buffalo uyi: Two new esses of imall-
pox wire reported to the boird of
health yeiterdiy. Then cues are in
the Vinbraraberg family. A mother,
who il ill from confinement sad • child
.bout a yeir old, are the victim! of the
diieate,
AUniUUHEH TO ITANIilY.
Ottawa, Oct. 12.—Addresses of
welcome will be presented to Lord
Stanley to-morrow by the St. Andrew!
and Soni of England societies.
A STATIONER SO'CIDES.
Winnifeo, Oct. lj):_Alex. Taylor,
a will-known Main itreet stationer,
■hot himself in tlie aide to-day. He
hid been drinking lately. He livei in
a critical condition at tho hospital.
,.   A TIB.
* Montreal, Oot. 12.—The oleotion
for Si. Jean Bnptiate ward vacancy in
the city council yeiterday, resulted in
n lie. Both ox-Alderman Leo and Dr.
Germiin receiving tij2 votes. At the
election in March Girmaiu polled 798
against 778 for Lee.
DICK WHITE   BANQVBTTED.
Montrsal, Oct. 12.—It. 8. White,
M.P. for Oarilwell, waa bnnquittcd by
ihe Junior Conservative Club, of whioh
he  is  president, this evening.   Tho
Sinhering wm a brilliant ono. In edition lo Hon. Mr. Chapleau and Mr.
Taillion, it included all the leading
conservatives. French and English, in
the diitrict.
TUB  BOSS MCLAREN MILL.
Ottawa, Oct. 12.—Bon, McLiren
& Co., of Ottawa, will have in open-
lion on the Fruer river, B.C., next
Juno a lawmlll with capaoit of leventy
million feet per annum.
TO ENFORCE REGULATIONS.
Ottawa, Oct., 12.—Tho minittorof
cuttomi is formulating a method for
thi vigorous enforcement of cuttomi
regulitiom it all itatiom along the
boundary line of Manitoba.
Another breik hai occurred in ouit-
era cables, showing the absolute need
of a lecond cable salt, via Vancouver.
The chairman of the Eutern Telegraph
Co. deniei thit the Auitnliin colonial
are willing to promote the new Paoifi*
cable. He said at a meeting yeiterdiy
that though Queenilmd wu prepared
to join in the formation of • Picific
line to Moun reduced rates, the other
colonies were unwilling td injure tho
Eastern Company.    ...,.,   ;,
THE WAOIU or «v.
. KiNosioN, Oot, 12.—The newt from
Wottportii to the, effect thit a murder has occurred near thai. .lace. A
young man wu let upon by Ihe huiband of a woman, ihot and .mortally
wounded. Theyo'oBgtniifii uid to
have triad. « confession df fiofa before
hU;,(-*l,th,-.;.. - : Ui-* ji" ,«oq
..., thb miircAtjoBi.
. Bu^talo, Oot. 12.—An ixteniive
and bold moil robbery wm pupetnted
lait night by which mpit.of the irriv-
ing mails in thii city from all pointi
were plundered. The. itreet in the
vicinity of Fulton Tnarkettlib morning
wai founditrewn with .large quantity of letten thit hid been opined ind
robbed. Exsminaton revealed the last
that the robbiiy hid bean general in
chancier and covered letters from
Canada ind ill parts of the U. S. Tha
poitoffice authorities ire invettigating
the mitter. The banks were' notified
to look out for iiipicioul chincten
offering checki. Soon after! the Unk
opened a man named John rjfcieldt, a
night lumping clerk in th. poitoffice,
preieuted a check at on. of lie hanki
and wai promptly irresfed. Shields
doei not deny the chirge of robbing
themsili. ■'   ■       ;".'".'<.:       ^
BooDLiNo m qpaaic'
. Quebec,;Oct 12.—depresslurais
mggelting thit it ii aboutlKne action
wu tsken in connection' with the
scandaloui boodling transactions al.
leged to have taken plMe in connection
with th. Lak. gt) John railway ud
the Quebec water worki which ctmi
io prominently before the public it the
lut term "of "the cHmluil oourt.
L'Eltcteur ttyt thit If the royll com-
minion lUgieMed by Mercier ii in-
pointed to inquire into the-' ra.tter it
ihould ihu investiiste m.ttss in connection with th. hirbor commitiion,
which it ch)incteri*ei.u nuk .corruption md chared that on. member
made $9,000 iopplying thecommiiiion
with cement, while the harbor worki
contracton furniihed' f5,000 for th.
lait genenl election. •'' ' ^ i1, iv'.
her majesty's FLEAlirai.
London, Oct. 12.—Th. queen it enjoying thi but of health; nulling in
the early winter with unhand of cold.
Sho hai been taking drive, and walk,
daily during, the heavy mow ttormi
ind cold of latt week, and hu bun
putting the ttnngtn ind endurance of
her ladiei-in-wiiting to a icvere tut
Lady Ely, her chief companion, having
served a longer apprenticeship than
the othen it more wcuitooed to cold
and more able to endure it. The doith
of Mri. Hull it Windsor, wu a gnat
sorrow to th. queen md' her family.
She Wu nun. to the royil childnn
from Ihe time th. Prince of W.l«
wu thne monthi old to 1868, ud hid
frequently lok.n aire of the childnn
of the Kmpreit Fndwick, the Prinoe
of Walu, and the Gnnd Duchui Alio,
of Heue. After .her marriig. the
lived it Windier, and wai often viiited
by the queen during her fllneu. Her
littl. houie wu * model of nsatneu,
and wot full of preunts given during
her life by the queen arid the royilitiet.
The greatett delight of th. old lady
wu to ditpliy her'trauum and to recount the name, of the donon and thi
oircumitance of uoh gift,
-   '".'Ill -■_'
bite CinitltuiKewg,
WnratrEo, Oct. 9.—A man named
Devlin hu been committed for trial
for vinous thefts commitM at 81,
Norbert Amoag other erimt. he ilole
a number of irticlu, including wine,
from the Catholic church.
Mosiuui, Oct. 10.—Eightun out
of the twcnty-6 ve thousind dollan for
a winter carnival an already tubKrib-
ed.
Quebec, Oct. 10.—The Allan and
Dominion linu yuterdiy Irsugonted
a new policy of carrying puunnn to
Monlml. Th. itsamin of both oom-
panioi pined thii oity to-day without
itopping. .
Toronto, Oct. 10.—Joieph Flitcher,
of thii city, arnited at Owen Sound
on • chirge bigamy, dewrted bii wif.
here tome yum igo and aftteward.
mirried Alice Campbell, a well-to-do
lidy of Niagn Fills, N. Y. 1st latter discovered the fint mirriig. and
caused hit arrest.    ■'   ' ■'■■___
Ottawa, Oct. 10.—Hon. Mr. Dewd-
ne, will try tb visit the northweit this
fill;    ' '     , "   '.'':.'':
Ottawa export! for the year ihow in
increase of on. hundred .nd eighty
per cent, lince the introduction 01 the
national policy. V
Geological surveyors arriving back
now from the Hudson.Bay, report th.
arrival at Ohurohill of the reguwEng-
lish iteimer one month eirller thin
usuil. No ice wu encountered in thi
itnili. ...   i
Suerbrookb, Oct. 10.—Isdi Mon-
tauuo, accused of the murder of her
huiband, has been acquitted. Lie-
mieux'i addreu in her defence is pronounced the most powerful and eloquent ever delivered in thil' diitrict.
All wen deeply moved by the rsthctic
appeal. Th. crown prciMUtor hid in
arduoui tuk to restore th. fulingi of
the juton, md afterward! made at address which Isited three houn. Th.
jury deliberated two houn.
Mn. fi. H. Perkins, Creek Centre,
Warren Co., N. Y , writes: Bh.hu Men
troubled with isthmi tor four yun, had
to lit np niiht ifter Bight with it. Sh.
has taken two bottles of Dr. Thomu'
Eclectric Oil, and Is perfectly oared.
She strongly recommends it, and wiihei
to lot u agent, among her neighbor!.
— rj- ...."''   '. - -i   pi!.1
Childnn Cryfor Pltcher'sCwtorla
* p. V mri"
11 if fill
iiT**pe**fj o\ monppa pn*
j!.,i..i i? uuvto iiccnmomi-if* (o  ,, ■Ha
$atl** friturit Colttntbinn
Friday Evnlag, eel. II, uw.
A htief review of Mr. Mowat's
report for 1887 on fish cuknro—
nme nortiaiilarly. on ■ the .Fraser
River hatchery—will not be without
interest, as showing the work that
Is being done and the results expected.   From the  7,316,000 salmon
; Vggt uftt on the trays during the
laU of 1886, says the report, the following number of: fry and semi-
*r*rte*M*cova were distributed in the
several rivers as follows: Of tbe
Suckeya fry, distributed in the Na-
,. naimo, Oowitohan, Ooquitlam, and
Soma. Rivers, Mountain Creek, and
Piit and Harrison Lakes, a total of
S,4O5,O00 was distributed1 during
the year. Of tie Quinnnt or spring
ialmon, placed in Pitt and Harriion
Lake., Sumas and Stave Bivers, and
Mountain Oreek, a total of 1,009,-
000 was distributed. The grand
total of both species distributed in
1887 was thus 4,414.000. " From
the above figures," continue! tho report, "it will be seen that a considerable number of the eggs laid down
last: lait- were' lost from various
causes, suoh sb overcrowding in the
hatchery, improper impregnation on
: the spawning grounds, want of suf-
fioienthatching trays, .and heavy
fall rainii which created a sediment
i tAat formed a fungoid growth on the
eggi." Sine, theeitsblishment of the
hatchery, in 1684, a total of 9,839,-
000 eggs have been deposited. A
take given shows that the number
. hatched caoli year has been increased
,.ovepone-third ofithe 'previous yonr.
"From this large output of salmon
fry must naturally be expected somo
beneficial results," Sajfs Mr. Mowat,
"and I am led to believe that the
prospects for an increase are very
favorable." Several instances are
cited which favor such prospects,
Both tlie inspector and the care-
takiT, Mr, Max Mowat—who appends a report—call attention to
the necessity for providing a small
iteamer. for the fisheriei service;
which could be used for conveying
eta to, and distributing fry from,
the hatchery, as well as for other
useful purposes. The following
clause we quote from the conclusion
of the report for 1887 of Mr.
San.. Wilmot, luperintendent of
fab oulture for the Dominion:
"In- bringing to a close this report
of the operations connected with artificial fiih culture in Canada during
the put year, I desire to draw the
attention of the department to the
nsoueity that exists for generally
enlarging the work, especially in localities where the more direct bene
fits obtainable from the present institutions cannot be satisfactorily
applied. With somo additional establishments, a wider scope would
be given for the better development
of an industry which would afford
greater facilities for the government
to fester, and. increase the fishing
wealth of tlie country. As a result
from such' a procedure, the inhabi-
tontlgenerally wouldobtainincreosed
- luppliu of fall-food for domestic
purposes, and would materially add
to the traffic in a, great commercial
wealth obtainable from the large
water areas of the Dominion."
Th. "nationrraakera" have spoken
' Thoy bave'deoldod that we—that is
the Dominion of Canada—cannot
remain ai we are.   We mint either
leek shelter under John Bull's coat-
tail   or  cut  in  our  lot with the
•creaming eagle.   In  the words of
Senator Sherman:   "In  ten  years
Canada will either be sending repre
•entativei to Westminster or Washington."   OoBimereJal union or Imperial federation lie  before  us  on
either bind.   One or the other  we
muit accept.   There is, indeed,
third alternative whioh ii  timidly
mooted at times—Canadian  inde-
-  pendence.   It behooves us to intelligently  oomider the   momentous
quettion of our future and,  as free
people, to insist  on having tome
voice in the dicker.   Perhaps, of tho
' two—or three—plans   which  have
been kindly arranged for our future
comfort and  happiness,    Imperial
federation  is  tho least understood.
Without wishing to prejudice  any
we at this early stage of the gaino,
: w. ar. incliiud to believe that it may
I Um  but repay  investigation.   It
would appear that Mr. Dalton McCarthy, president of the Canadian
"ttanch of the  Imperial  federation
league,*iilingtobepresentatarecent
muting of tin counoil of the league
in London, bu sent a letter to  the
president of tbe league in London,
Lord  Roseberry,  which  gives an
able exposition of the writer's views
at to the future relation! of Canada
with'the empire, and   generally
throwi an authoritative light  upon
the working! and object, of Imperial
federation.   The Empire in a  leading article lumi np concisely  but
oompreberaii vely the letter in  question.   We quota from the Empire'»
article, at tho letter is rather lengthy
ft* our columns:   "The Imperial
W*ratioal*ti, by their very comti-
lution, advocate the  continued  retention by the great colonies of their
tightt of -elf-government, and by no
means aim, ai lome have  asserted,
at lessening thii autonomy and local
' lelf-control.   Thii point  Mr.   McCarthy plainly maintain!, and it il
only for Imperial matters, thoso con-
eerntof the whole Britiih empire
lo which we now have no voice,tha(
fctMst the pouibility of forming in
Hit new fatnre a great council or
lenate for the empire, in which
Canada may be represented. He
certainly represents Canadian public
opinion when he holds that this body
must not be the parliament of the
United kingdom, with its overpowering numben, and its plethora of
businessLlieaily greats** 'tlian it can
conveniently manage. But he wisely agrees with the league in general
that it would be injurious to make
premature attemps to construct a
platform. Another principle of the
Imperial federationists is that the
great divisions of the empire shall
retain the right of framing and
changing their own tariffs to suit
the requirements of each. Of course
this would not preclude any mutual
arrangement that they: may see fit
to make with one another. But so
careful has the league been to avoid
oven any seeming interference with
this right of each great colony to
frame its. own commercial policy,
though confined merely to advice,
that it has carefully avoided the.
subject, though' other bodies having
Imperial unity ill view have made
their suggestions. Evidently, how-'
ever, a colonial branch or its officers
need not be so reticent on this
point, ai being less likely to be suspected of forcing an unwelcome policy on other members of the empire.
Mr. McCarthy does not shrink from
making such a suggestion, considering the commercial relations of the
empire to be one of the chief factors
in maintaining its unity. Without
entering into details he foreshadows
a plan of the mother country giving,
a favorable treatment lo oui' agricultural produce, whilo we in retdrn
should'givb'a p'refercn.co 'lo .British
over foreign manufactures, without
sacrificing or doing any injustice to
our own industries. : While:-the.
united kingdom fins to import food
it may well give its custom to its
own people beyond the sods; as we
do not manufacture and are not
likely to manufacture everything
that we require, we may well supply.ourselves in preference from the
mother country. Thus both, parties
to the'bargain would obtain an, advantage, each benefitting the other,
and by an extension of this system
the whole of the British empire
would be more closely linked together and become more' self-contained. This is a very different
thing from the Imperial zollverein
which some ill-formed critics ascribe
to the Imperial federation league,
It is neither a surrender of our
right to make our own tariff to suit
ourselves nor a sacrifice of our home
industries to overpowering competition. It is a plan for mutual advantage by mutual agreement, much liko
a friendly commercial treaty between
two nations, each being able to lup-
ply tho wants of the Other in some
particulan, and wishing to facilitate
this exoliange without altering the
goneral trade polioy." A loosely-
knit system of Imperial federation,
giving tbe fullest autonomy to the
various component parts of the empire and drawing rather than binding
the colonics'to each other and the
mother country by the strong yet
yielding cords of mutual interest
and kindly sentiment, would seem
to commend itself most to loyal Canadians, and, in fact, would appear
to be the natural destiny of the
colonies with regard to their relations to- each other and the land
from which they have sprung. In ho
other way so well can be preserved
the integrity of that great empire
upon whioh the sun never sets,
and in no other wuy, we believe, can
tho best interests of every part - of
the empire be so well subserved.
And this federation need not. prejudice one iota the 'friendliest re-:
rations with our big neighbor to
the south. We should, in fact,
like to welcome her into the, same
happy family, but no compulsion or1
coercion would be used to " annex "
her against her will. Canada's true
policy in the meanwhile is to go
slow, to take her own sweet time
and consider well and weigh carefully lief ore lightly assuming any yoke)
and then to see that the yoke' is of
the very lightest.
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry «hd turna hard, until oil Ib applied,
after which it moves easily. 'When the
joints, or hinges, of tho body are stiffened
and inflamed by Elieiimatism, they cannot he moved without causing the most
excruciating ptiins. Ayer's Saroaparilla,
by its action on tho blood, relieves thil
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has effected, in our
city, many dost remarkable cures, in
canes which baffled the efforts of tho
most experienced plijirtdans.   Were It
lary, I could give the names of
many individuals who have been cured
oy taking this medicine. In my case it
has worked wonders, relieving me of
.   Rheumatism,
after being troubled with it for years. In
this, ind all other diseases arising from
impure blood, there is no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords such
relief as Ayer's Sarsaparilla.—R. H.
Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would. It lias eradicated every trace of
disease from my system.—R. H. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, iLowoll, Mass.
; I was, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. The disease
afflicted me grievously, in spite of all the
remedies I could Hnd, until I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla.' I took several bottles of thia preparation, and waa
speedily restored to health. —J. Fream,
Independence, Va. ."■ tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prsptred by Dr. Ji O. Avar J. Co., Lowttl.Hsss.
SoUbyallbraagUt-.   Pdt»»l;slx bottlM.1*.
IfOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty dayi alter date we Intend to
apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lauds
ami Works for permission to lease for
timber purposes the following described
laiuls, situated ln New Westminster District, B. a, on the' southerly side of Harrison lake, and about twenty miles from
Hiirrlsonbot springs:
Commencing at u post planted at the
south-west corner of Plot No. Qtto [11 Of
Martin A soil's application for the Harrison Saw Mills, dated September 24th,
1888. post marked H. H. Mill; tbence 160
chains north, 70 dog. west, to-a post marked S. W. post, H. 8. Mill; thenco 20 chuins
north-east to a post marked N. W. post,
H. S. Mill; thenoe oast 1(15 chains to a post
marked N. E. post, U.S.Mill; thenco 40
-chains south to placo of commencement
—containing about 300 acres.
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Martin A Son.
Dated Octobers, 1888. doelOml
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastoria
Boot and Shoe
STORE.
LAMES, IF YOU WISH TO GET
reliable   goods at   low   figures,
rear] the following!—
I take much pleasure In announcing to
the public of Now.Westminster thit I
have opened ont a large ind' Well assorted stock of Mo's, Womkii's and Chil-
dueh's Boots, Shoes AsnSiirrins in all
qualities. Theso goods wero expressly
manufactured for me by tho celebrated
Ames, Holden Boot md Shoe Co., of
Montreil, and having purchased tor cuh
and intend selling for the ume, I am pre*
pared to dispose of these goods at prices
which cannot but bo satisfactory. Come
aiid look at tho stock, compare prion and
you will acknowledge I am able to glvo
you bargains.
WM. JOHN.-rT0r,,
Columbia itreet, New Wettmlntter,
Mm
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Metalte Bur*
lal Caskets* PmieraU conducted.
A full llneof CoffinTrimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ln every particular.
dwoelte GOLuMMA IT. HlW WttT.
BON  MAROUE
J-0-48T
AttELHJjiJBiT Altol
Lafe^CWdren'sDolmanettes,
Ulsters fc Jackets,
;GEBAT
RealEstateSale!
At the
*T1
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
Tlie Entire Revolution of
'■■"--' -Medicine.
f\R, JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC 8YS-
\J tern' of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitl§. Catarrh, Erysipelas, Bright'- Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, ana all chronic complaints, Fe-
vers.Small Pox.Piles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlptherla, Cancer, Consumption, Epilep-
-, Ulceration of Bone, Whooping Cough,
•_.___ ,.s_ „_..!- ____tf»gV_*__*
  ._..,_.  The m.....
Is simple. The medicine rebuilds the dls*
—lolenk Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and (all female complaints. The system
Is simple. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and fer>
ments.Organtc Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared in the body by the
glands. For sale by ...
dfiauto M. DESBRISAY.
TO SAW JILL MEN.
TheWm.HBiniltonMfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufacturers of
CllO, ClHIIlAI All HUVV l«N0 lAW Mill!,
Forth, convenience of tbelr British Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F.G. Strickland & Co.
WUWRKHTS AW MEOUMGAl ENQIMCRS,
WMTH1NITEI,
Their Sole Agents for thia Province.
We are now building a speoial llneof
Machinery for this oountry, equal to anything built on the American continent
Beforo making any changes you will do
well to correspond with onr agents, .
WM. HAMn/TON.ftr.
uiiHtlwic President,
DR. CHILD'S
An Infallible
"I had Piles very bad. Treatment by
various doctors and nt Medical Institute
did me no good. Or. Child's PlloOlnt.
ment oured me." J. Kivn.
"I had Files fifteen years, A $2 pot of
Dr. Child's Pllo Ointment lias about cured
ne." J, Ror.i.KY.
- (Mr. R. now reports that he Is completely cured).
"I had'Piles over ten yean, Suffered
terribly,: Nothing did me any material
good until 1 tried Dr. Child's PlloOlnt*
ment, wlileh gave Immediate relief, and
I now consider myself eured."
Thos. Eckerslky,
.    | Loco. Engineer.
i "I had Piles about thirty years, Was
often- laid up with them. Was under
treatment three months In hospital at St,
raul, but nothing did me much good till
got Dr. Child's Pllo Olntmont, which relieved me Instantly. One pot oured mo
ahd two other men."
J. H. Crwkbitamkb,
  Painter.
PRIOI,  ONI  DOLLAR
.—-HOLD BY—
0. S. CURTIS £ CO.
mntTUU « HTML MUDOISTI,
New Westminster, Brit Col.
Of, THE I_Vt___MT-USS,
_wMjm_tMjLammM-4
...   0_v___emxj\^-Xm-MWA%.
il iiWi.  Jf  ii      IJ      IP* l)
Misses MCDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,    ';
New Westminster, B. C..
ttr Satisfaction suaranteeil.       daplDto
DRESSMAKING
,. At MISS JENSISOS',  .
•   lhAtm or EVOfiiWD)    '   »■
Corner of Churoh and Oolumbla Streets,
NKW WESTMINSTER,
avflatlsfaetlon guaranteed.    dWfefte
_XrOLVXC__2.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES T&AT
ll we intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
Vis.;
Commencing nt a post planted on tbe
south Bldeof unsurveyed channel at northwest corner of Lot 25, valdez Island;
thence east SO chnlns, moro or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; thence south
80chains, thenco oust -10 chains,'thenco
south 20 chains, thence east 20 chalnB,
thence south 20 chains, thence-east 20
chains, thence south 20 chains, thence
east 00 chains, thenco north 40 chains,
thonce west 40 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 20 chains, thenoe
north -io chnlns, more or less, to a post on
tho shore of unstirvoycd channel- thenee
""■■""""'-"~*he8hore lino In u westerly di-
- - point of commencement, am'
containing in all 1100 ucres± more or less.
rectlon I
August 81st, 1838.
I Ul.ivn,    IUUI17 Ul   IDS
LAIDLAW A CO.
doc2ml
Contract Refused
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth o< ^e Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to tho Cititent of
JiEW   WESTMINSTER
And SniTOiimling Districts.
N. 11.—A flrst-class Upholsterer cm-
ployed.
daumc   P. PEEBLES.
C. I WOODS
UM til-vim
. C. GAMBLE.
NOTIIV PlIllO.
Woods, Tdiut ft BflBUB
LAND SURVEYORS,
&eal Eitale, iuvuee, Fiuaoial Afrenti
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-A-a-miTTe fob
raul.-The Western of Toronto.The XI-
na, The Oity of London, .nd The Hart-
ford.
lim-Tho New York Life Inmrance Co.
ACCIDBKT-TlicTravellors'otHartfoul
L.sil Surveylsf In all Its branches as*
curately and promptly carried out.
City and Snbttrban Land, fnr Sal.,
We can ihow a complete Hit ol detlrable
looallUM.
F.rnl.i L.n.., Improved and nnlm
prove l, tlironiliout the district.
Mining and other Slock bought and
sold.
Mon.y lo L..S on tlral mort|.|.i
low rates. 	
TlLtPUom Cu. No. It,
P. O. Dn.w.R W.
WOODS, TCKNIIR*«AMBLll,
Omu, Eiuh'i Iimi,  ■  dimiM Itiiit
HUW WBOTlIllMntR.
dmhllte
.35 oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 IKD—
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Pro
perty,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And troniict all Bnslncu relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOB—
londM Ansrsncc Corporation.
Conneellcnt fire Iniirsnee Co. of
riirtfor'.
London ul Lsncsitalre lift innr.
sneo Co.
OsitOl InuriMC MM, M. (Miria*)
OPFI0E8I
ColumWs St., New Wet.fr.
4i Government St., Victoria
dm-Jtri
Lantl BeKlstry 0rdiiiaiice,,18*:()
a''' \    e'' l'1, . 1     "  ■       . 'i.'jl
Part (90 Acres) of Lot No. 460, Group
II., In the DUtrict of New Wntnin.
iter.    ,.,     .) }
T1THEREA8 TUB CERWKPATB OK
«    Title of IMO, Sinclair, Johnson to
loh lta. blew made for a
ed, ah.
otlce Is therefor, hereby liven that n
diiblleate'rllinol;.
*}(■■ ' '   "
lieu of that so lost or deitroyed, unlest
coatntry
fresh   Gertlfloate   will   be    Issued   In
her
111
cause bo shown to tho coatrary wlthtn
one month from the date hereof.    _r
"^  a;Jwi-.toiviiTBbaat<i;.-
Deputy Heglitrar.
Land B.,lltry Offloe,     -
______
Executor's Notice,
ILL   PBR,.
. McinneTmi
JNS   HAVING  CLAIMS
e nun of th*. latvfobn
„_      'mast present sar
verUed, to tlionnilerslined'.
the list Inst, ..dall persons'
said Estate maw pay tori hwlj
" F»f'
New West,, Oct. 5,1888.'
bhaWe reo
L'toBllhyPo
ilHol.l.on
IVED INttmUtSTIONS
le Auctlon'it thi Colon-
Saturilajr, October l»th,
AT 8 O'OLOOK, P.M.
iswi
rjtKE'B.. w. rJtJATti*i» pp
isttaSaTs'
NOTICE.
ON 3D,
Weston the
.       ,ndlna,
Tkl. Is an eicdlldnt chanel to seeorea
good ranch within easy reach of the city.
TUB jrowlh Is principally light al|er,»nd
tn. nil Is or excellent quality. Terms, 26
per oent. cash, balanoeat itper cettt. '"Woj
A nes itreet,next tn. residoncSj of Mr.
Phillips, and^Known as Lot SS, Viet   '
3STOTIOEI
JT GIVEN  THAT
application to the
Interior for a lease
of the following
Jilanted at tbe
atrlBon Lake),
    —  -.... . ai miles from IU
month- thence"Wrt W ehalns, thence
south 120 ehalns, thenee west 100 chains,
thenee North ISO ehalns, thence eastn
ehalns, to place of commencement.
BRUNETTE HAW HILL CO. (Ld.)
dseStaml     Per H, L. DeBeck, Manager.
3&<y__mGTim
TUT OTICE 18 KEHEET GIVEN THAT
Al we Iriienil to mBsi*ap-*)l-*|ion to ibe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
via;
1 Commencing at a post planted northeast from Granite Point, Valdei Island,
Discovery Passage, on the opposite side of
unsurveyed channel; thenee east 90
ohalns, thenee. north 90 chains, thence
west« chains, thence; north' 4) chains,
thence west.90 chains, thence" south 40
chains, mbre or less, to the shore; thence
following tho shore line to. point of commencement, ahd containing in all 160
acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO.
8epWmbeHM,i8» ^ 'j   doc2ml
-tottuHfchJ'g
P'ABTin INSDRBD IN THE AtOVl!
X    Company, whose Premium! amraay-
nble at EBstefn points.cah have the place
of payment thereof ohsnged to tht! city,
free of ohsrge, by npplyliig to the under
signed.       .-. --.-     ,,-.     ...... ....
' .iTHIhlls Inkin In lull IcaMtttit liana?
I.ii <»n>Mu» .iln..s kvoraM. ,nlrfc.
HENRYV. El*a«DS,
djc28tc Agent.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MfeRCT<AlSl'TSr
WHARF 8TBEBT • VICTORIA.
■■•.'^J_t»__mT^''_^inm :'';'
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
yHiCsB^OintOo'.'S:
86 Finiburjr Circui,
.;**md-mB,C.
—• _£-+* f**V ,'*~ -J   » ii.kni.nt.   ,    -
^o-rids.
W$$k
J GIVEN THAT
. ..tlMMtdmaklnk
aptniia'lon to the Chief Commissioner of
I*ndi A Wortrs for -permission to purchase the following described lands In
Const District, Province of British Columbia:
No. 1.—Commencing at the N. E. comer
of Lot 54, Range 1 (Valdc** Island); thence
east ten (10) chains, south tn shore IMoftf
Hoskyn inlet, theuce ndi»we*fli
shoro lino of Ilostarn ralet ai
bay to the 8.E. cofht*r »f:Lot...
along Its eastern bOLindniy to point of
commencement — containing about SO
acres.
bSS ^vtiWOSd^&^S'
titlnlngiiboutiiuotl) acre.   ■■'■' :     --.
New West., S. C, Sept. 10,188s.
BOYAL OtTV PLANING MILLS CQ.
(UrnMed).
otfl;thence
vlhelr An
"ten
BLIW E. WtWtS.
North British and
Mercantile
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
laMNiiiediawttiii   •
Bnteerlted    "     ■•   #00,
Psldnp, .      695,000
Fire Fund A Retervei, u
at 31st Dec, 1887,       -      1,188,111
Berenie Fire Brincl,     1,810^44
|^Rates as Low as any other
reliabliConrpany doing bosi-
nets ia British Columbia.
J. fl. JAQUES
.   'i
Agent for New Weitminster City snd
Diitrict. djeSato
"    H*TO*PZp"B
HENRY vTdMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AND—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED   "
BANK BUILDINGS
,.       (MLUMSWiSTRKT,      <
NEW WESTMINSTER  •  iC
Opp. I'n«1oflloeindnMtdooriothe   -
BonkotBMIShColurnblfc
propertTforsaie
I. ALL PAHTS or TBI
Oity and Dlstrlot of Now
Wl   Wofrtmlnoter,
■■   ■    ■ [fl-Hi •■- ,.-.   iii
CITY wy^NQOUVEn
MINT FOR
tke emdi -ui»'iM-*mwlli, -'«
TkeHilloHinrelMira-Hwee,.
Tke Horiitaii lilei Fire Iiimpmci
nMlelf. n  | •
m-uii. tMtettt et ttetl Itute.1
B.U...U. Bale..
wmtMr^^^m^
dMlflyl
gardens; tbtjalae-af the lot Is 66 xjltt feet,
This Is one qfthe best situated lotion this
street, and should meet with ready sale.
.foisliland   ___.„„_
of a mile below New WestmlnsterfOity on
Iharraier River. It contains 905^acres,,a
great part of which Is prairie with a heavy
growth of Umber around the outer edge of
the Island, forming an excellent; shelter
and making It eminently adapted for a
stock ranch. Some of the land has been
culMTftted.iandlt le-DpoB'thls Island that
the beet lURSr Industry was established.
Thisawj^J^Nmij^ttJ Wund -worthy the
altetf
sin the hands of
ionofcapltallHU.w
competent parties tnis'island could be
conveniently cut up Into small farms of
say 60 acres each. and. would bring In a
handsome return for the Investment. And
parties locating here.would bo within
easy reach of tlie oity, and have ■ tho advantages or a ready nnd constant market
for all they could produce.
AI&O SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS 60 X
132 in Lot ID, Block XIII, New Westminister suburbs; and In Lot 0, Bloek X,
New Westminster suburbs, facing ontho
Douglas' Road. Terms, one-third cash,
balance In threa and six months, nt 8 per
ee»t.iaMrttt. * ,. .- . q
T OTS IS, 16, 17,18, 22, 81 AND 83, SUB*
Ll divisions of Lots 1A 82, Block 7, New
Westminster Suburbs.
soStd
T. J. TRAPP,       i .,
Auctioneer.
Public Notice
by His Honour Ihe Lieutenant-Governor
In Council,iimk-r authority of Ihe "Health
ordinance, 1869."
Having been appointed Provincial
Hailth OPSoerfor Wstrtots lying south of
frateil Blv«., I hereby Jlv.'notice that
the provlMons ot said BV-taw. will be
Hlrlellv enforced, nnd all persons are required to govern themselves accordingly.
B. L'BENTLEY, M. II..
. •'Provincial Health Offluer.
) UM V|l|lt.,Ocl. 1,1888. dOcsml
,  1K81J       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THEtlEUTHvAlvT.(lWHvNOR-
IN COUNCIL,
V»iataBAimioaiTroriiiB"H.ALvii
OantKAiro.,1	
TTI8 HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
ll Oovatnor «f MPlllsh Oolumbla, by
tmd wltlMho advice ot tb. Eiecutlve
Council orBrlttih Ooltrmbl., acting under
and by virtue of tbe provisions of tho
"Health Ordinance, 18811," enacts as follows!—
1. Whenever small-pox it present In any
locality without the boundaries or any
'«^hara*?,Wo°i
tlMrt-pitient to bfe removed to au
Bd'hwpltitl, tent or otker suitable
)Q_§9*** auota person to be other-
wite sumdently Isolated, and shall see
that hole properly eared for, and shall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, If necessary, tbe destruction of all
clothing whioh may have been exposed to
the contagion, and for the disinfection
Hun
•uo twuHhiiuui mm   lur  tuu uihiiii
and purlfleatlon of every conve;
rail-car, iteamboat, railway, veuel, carriage, or other vehicle which may hav
been exposed to the contagion.
2. Such Health Offiocr ifiall have, In hi
dlacruoa, full power lo place lo snotbi
buttling or teat all petsooi who may hav
been exposed to the contagion, and shak.
eause them to be supplied with all necessaries until the period of Incubation of
the disease shall have elapsed, and no
inch person shall go, or be permitted to go,
abroad, uutll he or ahe hu given satisfactory Proof of successful vaccination
_.....- -_.. -..■— __ —ih-All
In*
_        „ -. -,-rJMlt
intiinbloHpthloff of ertlfciivorrror ear-
been
properly disinfected, If tho tame have
been exposed to contagion.
3. To assist tho Health Oflleer, he shall
have full power to employ porsons to bo
nurses, sanitary policemen, und otlio* wise
to aid In the prevention of tbo spread of
the (llHHiise, mid may himself give ami enforce such reasonable dtreclldfis'for the
same purpose ns to hlm may seem expedient, and the nearest Qoverninont Agent
shall see that all articles and micci-mnrles
required by tbo Ileal th Officer uro furnished.
4. It shall bo tho duty of overy medical
practitioner wbo shall attend upon, or
 iedlcal or surgical advice, '
nfferlt    '
jrthwli
ave commenced so to attend or give ane'li
nave
ahy person suff-
glwnotloe forth'
..., loor
Ing from small*
1th after heshnll
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Oflleer. When a householder knows that
a person within the house occupied by
bib is taken sick of imall-pox, Ac shall
Immediately give notice thereof to the
nearest Provincial Health Oflleer, .
i it The Provincial Health OAcertftfore
mentioned la and Includes any person
spool DIM Health OnVer under tbe
•"Health Ordinance, Wee," by thb Uenten*
ant-Oovernor ln Council.
&The foregoing provlsloni si _
nofeWBt within thellmlU ofanjr	
pallty, save as hereinafter mentioned,
Uty.s
.In <
liall hav*
srlftinlel.
_       .. the Council of any Mualcl-
llty,wheneverim»ll-»ox Is prtwnt, or
Itkeiy'iboeour therein.-s'htl I fall to make
'•"VnSoe^reiTol'SlMXZ
aiftt&SBai»
Municipality, It .hall be lawful for the
Lnntenant-Oovernor In Oounell, acting
U^m Itoh eotnHuiltP on Inlilt dltorellon
Upon other Information, to order tint
then regulations ibil£ ttnljl il-~-'--
omered, apply to and fas In foMe artlhln
the Munlclnolllyln whleli such ncileot
^T.oiiL^.w.%.r.vKd,ro
Otr an.ll n.a.,.nmn miu iu
retpmt ot inch Municipality all the ...
thorlty with which he li clothed In.re-
fenitKffl
ibe fr .vmce, in ih.
In .uch MunlclpMHT of
.^WUOnii .llSfflprtf hy
•rrovlnel.,!**ljc.lin t.niUl-r»i)l?-U*ri.
im."
Dated at victoria, this 8rdday;of.Ooli»
dootmt
1-tTOTfCE 18 HEBEBT GIVEN THAT
Xl we Intend to make application lo
tie Chter Commissioner of Hands and
_(0T__,%J9m>*><_i toleisi ihe follow
Ingdelorlbed propertyfor timbering purpose., vli.i .
Commeiujng ot 4i(Jdlt «1»D|>.,1 ut the
southeast corner of Lot 18, Valilei Island;
qsffittv$Byr____\
» zamJimn ins.
thence west 20 chains, tbenate south 20
ohalns, thence easl 20 ohalniio the north-
thenee south 60 ohalns to paint of commencement-containing ln all 4M acres,
mw-orltt*. 1.MDLAW tt CO.
July 23rd, 1868. doclml
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK On hand In great
varloty;: -    H  .   W03rt
Everything flrst-class and furnished ln
gootlsnape. V  '
^_u Send 15 ots. tor valuable it
scrlptlve Catalogue with 8 beo_.
ond plates.. Price Lists sent free.
dwdelltc
jage De.
Iful col-
G. W. HENRY
PortHamir
MJiwi-kf
HEIN OMIFOHNIA AND 10CAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Gopo^i*j%ryEi*ra*tfT-REE,
Ull     djc21lc
RirLK,   REVOLVERS,
Aiuinuultlon, Beloadlni* Tools,
PIPlhlBg Tackle.
ALL KINDS 0Jp"sPoRTINO fiOODI,
>MM,iwni ahd Mummi-un.
ASPECIALTV.
A fine llneof Cutlery, Wfs., Bir Goodi,
;   Fiioy Goodi, *o.
ttrvh. laijnst umrlment of Slnil.
and Double, Breech and Muille-loadfni
8HOT-OUNS in tho province, from Km
to ,100.  W. W. Greener Guns.
8. U. WEBB,    i
ATJCTIONBBB A Apf RAI8IR
New Westminster, B* C.       dwselOmS
M.A.MCRAE,
Unrrtinnl Tsilnr
Mercnani lanor,
_t_*r&tofat¥_w\&   usj\
Mitt
W0RSICB-& TWKO SUITINGS
•vet-MMtlnftTriHiiierini* and
ftmey Vesting;
as* We keep n large nnd select sf,.cko--
everylhliig that Is found tn nny flrM -alas
Tallorlug Establlsbment,'■
Oppoarra Colonial Hotel
Coldmiu St.,   ■   N«W WlSIHUl
dwmb*8to
fatiMunTim
_____
OJkXmXm   Jt_<*
OLD STAND,
Opp. lae €. P. S. Co.'8 Wmrf
ForeOSMrilAiiortraaMitof
DryCoodC
Ox_Q'ir__it-fait
Millinery, , j
UmUm' A Chlldran-a AnNirel,1
flweerittk Crockery, Cirtl-
.WAV-'
Butter Hefg, larMls,
Hay, «r«ln, Feed, Ac >.
FARM PRODUCE   '
BOUGHT Olt SOLD OH COMMISSION.
NawWsfranwna. i.aMlpa»Wi*aa*flBtt<i
EIGHTY YEARS AGO.
tSerlod-In*r*|l»|f;
ohM Yer ttorresponfafta*,,..
r^lk^o^wieiaf^wardMriWflHto
!B6wirt, »rnj horii at Scai-boroiu'h.Mliinei
W SpfWmb^'W.'iTSJi the thIW ofthe"
twclve children of a physician aud judge
ln that seaport.
Her published letters begin when she
was 14 and went to a boarding school at
Mcdford, She was then tn the solemn
stage of letter writing:
"With pleasure I sit down to the best
of parents lo ."form them of my situation,, as doubtless they are an:.lous to
hear—permit me to tell them something
Ion. at school.  Howtrir,
i n*ac.:cdl iiutnil..        j-
 r_ jta*iii*to*ohimli«a;jtid
«!r^^
She mined "uliovo all tilings our che.Be
and butter, which wo linvo bat very little
of, but I am very contented " . ,
She want, "aflanocl v.alst and a petti-
.oal," PwtlcMhoIvs llTfw oili.|y"''vnSlBt"
b«caine;1n tlfe Ainerle.iii t'oiitsiie, ah article of droll. Also, ' I havo found the
I nubi and lent them to Portland."      _
Then ihe was sent to another school
whioh she liked much hotter, kept by an
Englishwoman nnd an cx-notrcss, Mrs,
Eilsaieemi to,hnvo left school before
Ibe wu 16, and early In ISM wc find her
,-continually engaged In "par-ties, plays,
balls,etc. LaitrHnht was ball liiaht,"'and.
■'IBBf^lir'nVralSttnci.saViviiys.f''" .
jFWfitiourjiliftlbi' ^Iililiit.y'vf^o,
lint died uot-qiilte two ihoiiths previously, "the.lailies drew imii.li as If forare-
htl*oi|,.|oiai',liitliHj. in bluok, but.now
thnlij wear only 'if ubbou with a lino
•Minted on it.)': •  '(r',.', ';   K\   j;-,[
The next letter desirvesquotntlbnr
"Now, mamma, avliat ito you think I
nm going tb ask Ior—n wig. Eleanor lins
got a new one just like my hair and only
U,',\ii'»ViMAJb bile just, lilts; it. I hiust
either cat iriy lialr pi-'have one; I cannot
dress at all.stylish.   ' ' ''■
".Mrs. Coflin bought Eleanor's, and says-,
that she will write to airs. .Sunnier to get
mo one just like it;, 'how much time it
will save—In one year we couid-savoltin
pint au)l: paper, betides the -trouble,. At
the assembly 1 was quite ashamed of my
■head, for nobody has Iook hulr.
"If you wlll'couser.t to iny having one
do send mo over a 45 bill by the post Immediately after yon receive this, for I am
In hope! to have It for tho next assembly. Do send me word Immediately. If
you cm let ine have one."
Ellia was aioile happy with hit wig,
and sects, to hive thought It lather a
good Joke tWnsllie accidentally pulled it
09 with her bonnet. This was ono of
rainy admit arm hnd misadventure! de-
mriliid iu on.*! tb. best of her early let-
****, '    L,
f'i'f
,;;
tWWircfRYO***HELES.
I. Wbloh gom. Uberll.. Are Takenwilt.
...   .    th. Old, Old-Story.
"Johnny," laid Undo ^Ezrai "would
yoii Ilk! to heir about Helen of Troyf"
, "No, sir," said Joliuuy, promptly,
' "Willi" i«M««le^Eairfi,^ilylhn? n'o at-
tentlon to Johnny's discouraging reply,
"be a good boy, and I will tell you all
about Air, '
- - "lcliappenediometlmeprlortolheKev-
olutlonary War of 1818. a good while before that, I think. So yousee yourgratul-
futhor Is liable to be a little milly about
what took pjaw. Buiju^siiras^ tint remember. It wm thil way. Heleu wu a
pretty laundry girl In Troy, New York,
and was eventually married by the King
of Troy."
"But, unci., I didn't know thn ever
Hd sie.%. la i*# Ytsk," lnterroptsd
. '"Wili^Mnnr. I"»ta*r*iwml«r that
thii was a good while beforo the Declaration ot Independence wai lignefl after tbe
fall of Kiehmond.
"Putty soon then earn, along a good
looking young man named Parlt.  H.
wai the founder of Parlt, Kentucky, I believe.  He and Helen eloped together,
whllh mad. berhttsband Quite provoked.
They had quite a war about it, and it
took yean and  yein  to  settle tbl
trouble."
""But what beeami of Helen I"
r '"-Whlt*Tj*«*"(l» :6*!ilfcleia-oh-er I
: thttlfttallttiordMf 10 avoid auy futur.
contpllcitloni iho wint to Chicago and
got • divorce from both of them,"   .
hi
A  PECULIAR TEMPTAT1QN,.
./'■■' J 11 t___t__________A___
II W.I mitM'tt. with Certain Amu.lng
C.M.Qa.S«M.
A largi w.U-dr«wd man strolled Into,
coramlnlon home,' He bid an air of cul-
tuceaml mmos* to bt.pond.ringover the
lliiiltleupmlblllt4uuriMraaallf.i
A buihel basket of iggiitood near tb.
door. They were not necessarily strictly
*»ih. nor even freib, limply slain .viry-
day-ln-the-vmk eggi.
The stranger gaud at the eggi. H.
lifted hii foot, .nd let It down firmly with
commenilable resolution on top of the
eggs. Then be tiled to crush tbe eggi
and with no inconsiderable success. The
proprietor rnihed out.
"Su lm., what In th. nam. ot tbe
MvendivlWanyoudolngr"   '
"Oh, I only wanted to lee how it wonld
seem to'stand on this basket of eggs,"
uid the man calmly,
V You'll settle for thil before you leave
here," wu the reply ot tbe irate merchant.
"I haven't any objection," be said, producing a well-filled wallet and paying ln
full for the damage.
Then with ..thoughtful mien and philosophic countenance inch as proceed!
from th.,Concord scholars, the wcll-
.«resssUMsad«p!it-d.
rood for Thought,    .
On. of thos. shoppers known aa"tait-
•r^',-»1»«»lw<i*Jl*ot. Nl If th. colon
.A fat, went Into a prominent drygoodi
itonontk.amau,   .       KJ
Approaching the calico counter ihe In-
-u(t*<ofth.cllrti   J       .:.,..  9
"Have yon «ny blue-itriped oallco oh a
Kd ground!" .■ j i ' ",- '
The clerk, who knew bit cwtomir, an-
' H«»er«n«ltt.l|B. : .      •  •
"Not •^outM"-.!'    -   T!
i >^^w""^'*""r-**^   '
__JZ! ?.      "*-'l*!-W»l»»t-laaa*ichl«'riln1
S.2.L1"!1'1" 'tNeitrert corner
••Dnn'tyW'Hii,, o,,,? D„j::U bw,i|ii, .
' l»n•l^ff■?t'Sl,!,.,,•'',,»'"" "'»• Then,
2K» "'»*" um. want, tc
•JWJJIS. Ihsmiwlr.-h Into HSOCIcl. t|„,.
'%m*__?>m,m 'hi; hlrTahi,lK,1 *;
^f "'WW;  l4*afi
Ion > oitiWOTICEvt
ihWMmeos.
Mum
i nnd Hearing,
...   .       ..      .   _ . when long
continued, causes Enlargement ot fli'
Liver, Inflammation ot th. Bowels, antt
Pr.es, Constipation U spetdUyajawd
by Ayer's Pllli.
For a number of month.. I Hal-
troubled with Cotttvenets, in, conli-
quence of whioh I suffered from Lot! of
Appetite, Dyspepsia, and a disordered
liver. My eyes also troubled me. I wis
compelled to wosr a shade over them,
and, at times, wis unable to boar exposure Jo (he jj(|htK I jya/BMlrely ' • ' •
UNO
■equently, from Headache, Ini_„	
and Piles, for yean. Ayer'i PUli,.wbicb.
I took at the suggestion oi a friend, hav.
f^venmflofleotuil relief. I commenced
tatting thbPrerSedy two monthi ago, and
am now frea'trom ConstlpaBon, the removal of wbloh his caused rar other
trouble! to dlsippesr, ind greatly Improved iny general health.— "w. Keeler,
Amherati^Hasi.
I tnffered from Conitlpation, whloJt
teformtsiH
ibow.ii. I _mo
'ii me. oont*
r«.. "' VST-■'
Prepaar«ibyDr.J.O.Ar«.*Co.,Low.II,Hua
Sold by .11 Dransts nd Bohr. In Um_e_e.
#tr.;^Gj|Ml-ya||
NTIL  rURTHER NOTIOW -^
•VOTIOB 18 HBRBBT GIVEN THAT
■AM* w*tntendtomalr«hpplica«ontothe
Oblef- Commissioner of- taodfe and Works
for permission to lease (he 'fbllowlng do-
sorlbed property for timbering purposes,
vis:
Commencing at a post planted on the
shore of Lake;: thenoe nortli 8 chains,
more or leas, to tbe sonth boundary line
of Lot 018, Deep Bay; thenee east 40 chains,
more or less, fo the southeast corner of
said lot: thenee north 20 chains, thonco
east 80 chains, tbence sonth 20 chains,
jthanpqs west « chains, thence south 20
chaibs. thence west 00 chains, thence
north Ir chains, more or less, to pointof'
commencement, and containing ln oil
p^,,mp.eorl^s, ^^ -
September l'th, 1888.   T     ;    ,  dooitinl
rOjave for CbUliwhaok and way places
™&-5&DAYa* THDRSDAY8 and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m., returning on the following days. For all further al—iglfirn
apply on board, or to
w. a townsend;
. dmyfltp.  ***
■    j On-the Wb'orf.
• '■'••■V'^'li '	
VTOTICE.
•VTOTICE- 18: HEREBY- GlVBffT-HAT
li wc intend to make application to the
Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following do-
scribed liroperty fdr:tlmborlnk purposes,
viz.: •  ,..,-,
OommeiK-lng,
northeast 	
Co.'sllmlt, „ „.„„„  „,.
nnd; thenoo east 20 ohoiins, thoncoMil1
(10 chains, more pr less, to Hastings Saw
Mill Co.'s lino; tbence following the Bald
line wont nnd north to point of commencement, and contalnlni* ln all 120 acres,
  -iiA-HH-AWftCO.
Aiding, at a post planted uttho
t cornfer of H(istilig*l Saw-'lflll
it; JohiiBtone Strnlt*. Vuldor-lsl-
morfl or lessi
27th August, \m.
dociml
faTOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN THAfP
11 we Intend to make application tstle
Oblef Commissioner of tan'ds and Works
for HrnUeslon to lease the followingde-
scrw(jd-fropcrty for. timbering purposes,
Sd^
Island, about 2 miles from Discovery Pas*
'sage; thenoo north 40 chains, thence east
120 cbatiis, theneo south 20 ehalns, moro
or Ies*. to the shore; thenee Mlowfrwaitl
Rhore Hue In a westerly direction toratnt'
. of oommcucemeut, and.containing In all
440 acres, more or loss,
r  M„.        1 LAIDLAW 4 CO.
29th August, 1838. docSml
Dili.
NOJIGE,
~w>
A NYJEBIIOSBItlDBfll*!).10MEW-
A. ART *, OASH will PlelSe call and
iettle on or heforo the »tn lull.) and any
claims against the said arm will be Immediately dealt with. -_,_'. ',, _
HWBWABT* OASHi
NOTICE.
phi
fdr-nermlsslcn lo lease the fbllowlng described property, for timbering purposes,
vl«:'' '..
S' t'omnienctng iitn nostjilaiit«d on tbe
lOrtheMt side of Forbes Bay, thence east
(Kt'ollallit,Ihenco north 20 chains, thenoe,
eut. 40 chains; theuce. north 20 olinlos,
thenee 'e|st :eo chains, Ihenoe sonth1 ao
chnlns, thencfe wcst20chalns, thence houlh
a) chains, thenco wost fin ohalns, th.noo
*oatB>% n___uL tbunce »e.t so oUalns.
thenoe north' 20 chains, tbence Cart ou
ohalns, thence north 20 chains, thence
west SO chain., more or less, to tho shore:
ttt.no! followingthe.hr.re line lo point of
commencement, and containing in all
1000 aores, more or less,
, LAIDLAW 4 CO,
September 10th, 1888.;,,«.        doc2dil<
 '„. ....    ....   .*«*	
f.Wlf.   w.w,....,
Musselburgh, Scotland.
Minnficturers and Patentees of the Celebrated Machine-made     .
DOUBLE KNOTTED :/j*
/ SALMON NETTINV3I
"-V\XrXVt7_B_B,  ♦SrO.
na. Tlio large demand for Messrs.
Stuart's mimufaoluros hiin resulted ln
very extensive additions to tholr Establishment at Musselburgh, In ordur to keep
up with tho KqulicineiHs of the trade.
Utters ArttaMOh. IHfn, nro in course of
e-jocutlon, nnd w ensure prompt delivery
indents should bo sent ln without delay.
ROBERT  WARD  A -WK,
TItJTOBIA,
Solo Agents for Britiih Columbia.
OPBOB M HERBBY-iHVErf THAT
we Intend to make application to the
hlof CommIssloner of Lands Ind Work.
,or permission to lense thetotlowlngd..
Mrlbed properly lor thnhsrlng pbrpoisi,
»|lli
Commencing at a post planted about 45
chain! north from the sonthiast corner of
Hastings Saw Hill Co,'s limit, Johnstone
Straits, Valdez Island; thenoe east '"
chains, thence north 40 chains, tr
west IH) ohalns, ~- '
Sawmill Co,'
said line
is, more or loss, to Halt
i line: thnue following,
said Hoe loath aid suit lo point of «
aencement,. net containing In all
wires, mor..or legs, .
29th August, 1888.
IsMDLAW A CO,
doogml
.^PTIP-SS^
VTOTICE IS IIEBBBY GIVEN THAT
i*l we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lahdsand Works
(or tmrniUnlon to lease the following d«-
sortbed property for timbering purpo.es,
viz.:
Commencing at a post planted on tho
south side of Thurlow Island, southwest
from Hemming Bay, Nodules channel;
thenoe west 2f ohalns, thene. nr-~ ~
GEORGE   BYRNES
:.rv---;.   WO-TiPliltE'l,
Kauction
west 20 chains,' thence north 40 chnlns,
thence east 20chain,, more or less, to th.
Baitings Saw Mill Co.'s line; theno. following the said line south and east ti dup
taneo of 100 chains, more or less, to the
lonthwost corner of Halting. Saw Hill
Co.'s Umlt,HemmlngBay; liftncefollowing the shore line to point of commencement, and containing mail .480 aorei,
more or loss. LAIDLAW * CO..
l8nd August, 1888. JoMml
OOME^NDSEEI
w. h. holMN.; '.•.it
AVISO tAKEK F08SEBIIOK Of
 ^..fronUng
onoolnmblaind Church Streeu,oppui|t.i
the EplHopM Church, .nd now know
Mthe      [
FARMERS' H0MEI
iVl%l_tm\\^^iwa"m't puMI°
Ile.rdp#|ihfi--"..k..-,.VaV..
..'...■'.  .. meat 'J,*if,.tt.tn-
Single Meals	
Bod. , ;     26
...Good accommodation for Ladle, and
families. . ■ myfito
Flowers for sale
...11 00
.800
CHINA & JAPAN
W" B HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
eonilgninont of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,    .
tnbroMendBllk«*4*i; '*
.    8k(wli,|kr*«jiii,1ed4nllti,
—tAXSO—-
rorceUIn, Hilsrimi, llolunnr,. ■. .
I    BrtflM, lTf|y,N»n|NtMdind
OnrlOl of Every Diswlptlon.
in-MTto n mil iTt-tn* e+woT *n«*i.
 " japah. ■ :,;.1'-..-.1
Hoping thnt yon will honor ns'wl lb your
visit, we remain very tespMlnillyyoius. :
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
PROMT STREET, NM.ffjnsMll, 1.0.
Foitom*.B.XKo>,, • iietrl
ISTABUSHIl) 1869.
li ii ii 11
nearly ttppotlte tie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER    .
THE i UROEST AND ■ CHOICEST
■uortment of 111 deicrlptloni of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
.3     '51H.'    \,J>
Constantly oa band, aad topplled to ITam.
Illtvj, HsrtMrut., ud SteamboaUat th.
; sewisT posiiiBii pbioes.
PROVINCIAL
Mt'lNUtir OF HAK* PrlVH, -in AOMCENT
~' 'KW*ltnMI*-(Tn WSTRIGT.
TUESDAY, nm OCTOBER
AT, I O'CLOCK, At H.
1 Wi been instructed by the Chief
•OMimluloMrof Undsiml Works to sell
by Auction   ...
AT VANOOUVER, B. O.
Several parceli of fine agricultural lands,
situate on or near the North Arm pf Fraser River, being sub-divisions of Lots .125,
396, 329, "30, 331, 332 to 3S0, 149, ISO,
IM, 17B, 100,163,102, 163. th. tiilxli-
visions of those Lots contain from 27 to
172 acres each; the location of thoso lots
ii.ilioivn on the present maps of the Dls-
jtrlbt.- ..j''.         '   s
... j, ..    - ,.  '-•    '        ,-•'.'
Tbe farms iu the immediate vicinity of
these Lots nre considered the linen! agrl-
cultural properties In British Columbia,
Some of the fots front on the North Arm,
and other, are In the Immediate vicinity
ofllion.m*
Steamer, nm dally from Mow Westminster «nd Vancouver, past these valuable
properties.
ALSO,   .; ,0   i'
uii mi i. «., aad un ns i. ne.
All llWal. hetwoen tho North Arm of Fro-
serfilverand Vancouver City. The North
Arm Road from Vmconver runs through
theteJupUvind there .are other roads laid
Vit_t*\_tt*>. »s^ ■" ea-lh of thai.
thi. pHiperfjTcomniences nliout 2!^ miles
south oiV.uo.vm. City. .mi.l. bounded
on the wett-by tile C. P. Riillwny Land
Grant, and 1. surveyed Into lot! contaln-
1ns froavlta. 88 aoreteieh, maps ol which,
avlll alanry b» nsdy for .ll.tllb.itlon.
-All th, land, to bo Bold arewelladapted
___.£.
.1. propfrtle.
'orfcliiivesV
W.O.:LOVe,
M aid Shoe Hik
Repair Ins Neatly Done.  Cork Bole
Work si Specialty.
■WOrders promptly attended to.
CUrkion Bte, In rear of Colonial Ho*
, tel, next to Band Bros,' offlce. dnclto
NOTICE.
NOTICE 13 HEREHY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to make application to tho
Chief Commission er of Lands and Works
for permission to leuso the following described property for timbering purposes,
Viz: : „
Commencing at a post planted about
one-half a mile northeast from Price
Point, Homfray Channel; thenco south
20 chains, thenco cast ll) chains, tbence
north 80 chatVns,,,(henoo east 40 chains,
thenco north 40 'chains, tbenco wost 40
chains, moro or less, to the shore; thenco
following tho Bhoro line to pointof commencement., and containing in nil __0
acres, moro or less.
i;     IiAIDLAW A CO.
September l{Jih.-l&m doc2tnl
SIGHTv.BLINDNESS
USE ONLY
N. STANLEY'S
.CELEBRATED' . .
English Spectacles!
AND   EVE-GLASSES
Raoomraunded  by Leading ' oculists In
America.        .-
aiTAiiiao,
dmysoto        Agents, New Westin luster.
THE WHITE IS KlKG
PAIITIES DESIltOUS OK TUKCHAS-
X .Ills flhouPd uot lull. Io give these celc-
brilfed Maohines a trial.
C. J. ROBSO-i,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for  the celebrated While
Bronte Mointment Oo, dje!6to
toyERHMLH r a?
vicfimiA as.
PIANOS Al ORGANS
Of the Best Makers iu tko World.
THE WOttLtl-RENOWNED ORGANB
and PIANOS of Hasan A yawl.
bave arrived. Tlie great STECK PIANO,
with patent sustaining pedal. The matchless DECKER A ROW PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
ORGANS. Have also In stock KONISOH
and 0HBI8TIE PIANOS. Piano! and
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos for rentand rent applied If purchased.'
Call at
,   H. Peters' Music Store.
dw'elWo VioToniA,B.O.
-*ANY MAN—
Who ts W«ftk, ffcrvons, Dcl-Ultated,
who In his Vollv and Ignorance has
Trifled away' hll Vigor o7 Body, Min-l
and Manhood,causliig exhausting drains
upon the Fdnnthlus or lilfe, Hcad-
aehe, Baokache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bauhfulncsi In
luoletr. Pimples upon the Face and
all the Bfleots leading to Karly Decay,
Consumption or Insanity, will find In
our Specinc No. 23. a Ptwlt v« Cure. It
JmirtrlB Yonthfttl vigor, restores the
VlUlPowerlnniaandyoung^wdgth-
ens and invigorates the Brains anil
Nerves, builds up tho muscular system
and arouses Into faction the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Specific No. 23 the most obstinate
case can be cured In three months, and
recent ones In Ices than 90 days. Bach
package contains two weeks treatment,
Price 12, Curos guaranteed. Our Specific
No. 24 Is an Infallible Cnre for all Prl.
vate Diseases, no matter ot how lour
standing. Sold under our written Guar*
antee to effect a Cnre. Price f5. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto. Ont.
3S3Sn «wun<^\KRVlw&
the markets of Vancouver and New West-
the ma »-!...
minstercltlM,will bo
for families sceklTigfl
ment.
The C. P. Hallway are now constructing
a lino y-fgon roid from Vanoouver to tho
WoWi' Arm lot Fraser Itiver nml r,nlir
Island.  They arc also surveying a line of
view of (tjonneofing withfholJnltcd States
system of railways nt Seattle.
, These lands may fairly be considered ns
the most valuable ever offered for sale by
auction In British Columbia, j
iWOAflMWWh.^,
AW-fMMMIl;
CWSMPTIOS
That drend terror, a dlsoasd so long
hafllngscleoeo nnd tlio most skilled
physicians, who know of nothing to
airi't-i, nothing to nllevlate, notbing to
cure. Now It lb no lonuer an Incur*
nhlc-miiliuly even whon given up hy
pliyslolnn'-, health tan vet he found in
OUU I.tEaMKUY; it heals and soothes
the membrane of tho Lungs, inilnmed
ami ijolsoni'd by tlio ravages of this
fell dlsenso, nnd prevents Iho night
sweats and tightness aeross Iho chest
Which aoconi-tany II.   Prlee 5;l.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronlo Meillelue Co., Toronto, Out.
UUK. Kl(i;(i\>'T PUKPAHATIOVS.
Remeinhorwe ininuifnctiireaml are tho
solopronrlQtorsof tho following spbclal*
ties, and that Iheyean he had from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DROOQISTS. Corri'cpnndciit-o siilctly confidential. Consul tat lun upon all chronic
dlseme Invited. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent secure from
obsorvatlont fporonto' MerMolne Co., Toronlo, Out.
V-       HAIR  COLORING.
Our magnificent preparations are warranted perfectly harmless. Wo prepare
the following colors—the finer shades
arise from tho hair Itself: Ulitck, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, Gold Blondo, Ash or Hlomto
Cendree. Bond wimplo tit hair when or-
denng. Price, J2 pPrhottte. Toronto Me-
dlelno Co., Toronto, Out,
TOILET REQUISITES.
Ip m-dorlng.please *we\ty which yon
require; wb gnnrantek? tfiem to give ontlre
sntlsf.ictlon. No. fl imparts to the skin
the color und freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot be delected, J1.2'».
No. 0 Wimpvos wrinkles. $2, No. 10 removes Liver Spots, 11.35. No. 11 removes
Flesh Wornift, S1.2S. No. 13 removes
Freckle-t, 91.25. No. 13 removes Pimples,
91.2.1. No. H removes Ton, 91.ar>, No.lfi
removes Moles, 92. No. 16 romoves Pooh*
marks. 92. Noi IT removes undno PorKpl-
ratloii.9l.2r-. No,18,an atwolutonnfalllng
Rppclfle for the retention, development or
restoration of the Hair, $1.25. Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
THK BUST.
Ho, 10 Is a oinblnod Internal nnd e-tter-
nat treatment whioh speedily iievelons
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous natme. Is entirely
harmless and certain In results. Prlceltt
Temno Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwapllyl
Dress Walling Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER.,
Next to Trinity Ohurch.
l..»g Bap.vl.se. Is the bails..!, |
dSOJlyoin	
Dominion Lands.
Jr YOU ABE PAYING FOB YOHB
Pre-emption or torrent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Firm, Mining
oranylund trorn the Dominion Government,     .
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In SORXP and save a
large dfscoonT       -"—^
Scrip can be obtained ln l.rieor.mall
qtiniilllles from      '
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
B__XT_f_IXtB,
"     WINNIPBa,'   MANITOBA,
OK'.PROM
THK BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW,' WESTMINSTER.,
________      ' dwrnhltc
kM,
BV-.WAYOFTHB
' x.xxtxtm.  ■
TtiEMT. SHftSJAROUTE.
Oalcker in Time tban any other
Route between
hrfUiiHtir--itf In Moo.
6ra«d Scenic Koute of Ihe faclnc
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
For Accommodation ot Becond-Clnss Passengers, attnolted to Express Plains.
Faro from Portland to' Sacramento and
-San Francisco: Unlimited, $,» First
Glass (Limited), •*., Seoond Class (Limited), $15,
It. KOEHLER, Manager.     ,
;..'li ■;•■'     E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
hm\ Iddiss!
NKW H1BTNIN8TKR1 I. 0.
HayahdFeed
x__jk.xt__.__ve.
WOOD^ft COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY),
DryGQqijB, Boots iff; Shoes,
Provisions.* Groceries.
FARMERS' "llAROWARE,
-. *»«»•»«».«»«.
iotas we use no whisky or i tobacco we
oan, by temperate habits Ind careful eco
nomy, servo the public at especially low
rates, dwjalito
IMPERIAL
tm INSURANCE CDMR.
1 Olo Bsoari St. ind 16 Phi If ana,
LONDON.
iNSTlTtrJEip 1808.
POtt mS URING HOUSES k OTHER
Building!, Ooodt, Wim, Merchandise, Manufacturing ud Fuming Stock,
Shipi In Port, Harbor or Dock, and th.
CargoMof such Vessel,; alto, Shipbuilding nnd repairing, Barge, ud other Vei.
toll on navigable rivers and cutis, ud
Goods on board such Vnuli, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland sod In Foreign
Countries,
»R0S 10B8 M aUM.«K II fill.
Sabwribed ud Invested Oipital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rite, of Premium and ever, inform.
Hoc «n b. obtained on application to
W. J. ARJISTBONfi,
Agent for Now Wettmlntter.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREA8EDOUR
connection In the Bast and elsewhere very considerably, we arc In a -position to plve prices on any class of Machinery that, mpy be required, Including:
Mnrlne nud Stationary Eiifjlnetnind Bolters, Planers, Matrhers ami Moiiliten*,
Busi Planers, Wood Lntlien, Bunll
Saws. Blind Machinery, GmiKc
lAthes, Shapini* Machlnfs,
Bhlngle HaohTnes, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two,Three and Four Block Ciiviiliir Haw
Mills, Band Saw Mills Poitnble Engines and Boilers, nml llolsthig
Engines,   Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and Tho I-ondon
Tool Go's Trou Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines and Crnsbers of either
the Martin orBalrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions luolud*
Ing Circular Saws, Sol id or Inserted
Tcelh, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry In
stock,
Slpfim Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of tho celebrated Broad mako, Wire Rope, Plumbers nnd Strain Fitters Supplies, Ao.
Wo nro sole agents lu tbls Provlnoe for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify,
FRASER aTeONARD,
n.iakl.lt.,   Opp. N«wa>Advertl»r,
VANCPUVER, B. ft
BT B3 "^IT      <3r O O X> & I
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
lOOX1!!
ITGI
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I hove also made' a latso addition to my
wholesale stook of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, 4c. An mipeotion of mjr
Stock will satisfy any to-day that I have tho bett uiortanoht to'be found in thu
City.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to. ...i. J    I .'-\
JAMSB   IlOT7*ISflAV,
'   dwjelyl ' „ ,  Mo,81,C9»;itBiA8T»»CT.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets. .,
THE UNDERSIGNED; HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRON-WOKKINO
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinds of
Turning,. Fitting, Drilling, Machine Wwk, Forging,
And overy description of BLACKSHIITHING, 'at trices considerably lower
than before.   It is our intcntiod to have in the course of a few weeks 'a
Blftss & IKON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business, We have the LARGEST STOCK ud
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C„ and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee latiifaction In workmanship as well as prices. We have obtained, the service!.of a
First-class ilorsc-.Slloer, and that nart of our Business will have spociil
attention.  ... '.''',
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Stenm or Alrrlcaltural Implements, Wagons, 'Carriages, Ploughs,: Harrows, or anything in this line, will have
our belt attention. ......     .,,; ,   _■■,,;.;,
' t'nrrlngc I'nllltlns and Trimming done at reasonible rites.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality,
for tale.
We alto keep In .took, to supply tho trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
OOAL, HORSlf4 OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE,,SPRINGS, AXLES,
W00D.WQRK.,HARD.W00D PLANK,'«tc,:at Victoria prtCet.T
tr Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Oil ud inspect
our Stook ud get our Prices, and you will hate money lay it.
dwjiyifmn.    ''; .  '    j
,EiHiri.!..&:.J:0J!^tRiE.
■-*eVtW.--^^^
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CMtoTUl<K,anlIM.ptedtocrJldn>nth»t I Qui Bill
1 Sour 6ton
ban (.aojiaej^j^ jti
lrecointuenJ1lMmir»rlorWuiyr,rcs.-npi.<in| SinirIKiMcli,_pu*rtioiTtn5!.u'o.
tonmtonie.''     I^auoSlL».,       I *-*^»Pni^^
WSo.()itordBt.,Bn»>J7n,rI.T.   I Vrat^ai4i«M.lx«ll0lttlCa.
'"  Thi CKlTiim CosPiirr, 77 Murray Street, N.Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, * 56 Hew Broad St. - LOUDON, ENGLAND.
The Buiineii of ALLSOP k MASON his been merged ia the .hove Compuy
ud will be carried on by the Compuy from tali dite u . general LttA Invctment
indlniuruce Ageniy. .,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgig. at Low Rstw. Town Loti ud Farming
Landi for Salo on eaty terms,
Victoria B. C, May 16th, 1887. 'dwJI-K
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNPBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)   i:
_i_3__T___l   I1T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of       ,.  -
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, lints ft Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
iwBW's   ■&>   botb'   avxva.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also, ■    ■  "
OEAIN, SKEPS,  POTATOES,  LIME""ancl   GENERAL STOBES.
ST. B.—Farm PTodliee bolislit nt market rates or sold on commission.
from the Interior promptly attended lo. --,.-     1,1       a; :h-
-H-
 .Order.
dwjestc
Mi
i
tm, tivtm, stice,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUllSCRIBEllS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
] At Special Low ttatos.
Sra-rin** ruid All Sinds of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
_ >rv «'ordwood dollvorod to any part of
the City,
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
■sTStablos nearly opposite 0, P.R.Depot, Columbia St., NewWostmlnster.
djallfc      QILLEY BROS, Props.
8TABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
1'        fttOPIil^ifPtilti
GOOD DRrVINO 4 RllliSG'HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at all steamers
and Trains. Special attention, given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hnnd.
Orders may bo left at tha t
thers A Mllllgan.Commln'
Front Street, New Weit. -SMB*»-A-ssssssssss*-»-js--»»»«
THK DAILY OOLUMBIAN
■TOT AHWM-. IM..I ■■■*•*.
BTTHa
At th.lr St«un PfltjUnf «itibllih-
~ lumbla str
mint, Columbia Street.
BT   MAlLi
'or U month!....
"or I months-,
■or in     "
IS!
,9-as
I month! ...,»,.«,„.......«.■,»	
DELIVERED IN THE OITY!
r il month!,™......... •*!• <S
r I months..	
.osth,„.»,..»..............
rmt.
...... 1st
     W
      °5
' Pwment ln .11 cue. (except lor weekly
rote) to b»midl ln lalvuoe.
TKE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
,'t    bases .very TfedaeMUur Homing.
Delivered ln the City, per year.
MUM,
Mstisd,
Mailed, per year...
 l.lmontha™
 13.00
 2.00
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
I Supremo Court J. F. McCreight
Apyointnaents Prov. Sec.
Mtfllnery. Globe House
_\mi_ fritish Columbian
fiMay «vealaf. Oil. II. Its*.
Salmon only averaged 15 to the boat
lait night .
Froth Eistorn Oyiteri by the can nt
R. 3. Armitrong'i. die2llto
'The "Globe Houie" advortiscs latest
Full faihioni in millinery.
Freih Eaitiru and Native Oyiters,
ierr<d in every ityle, at the Club. *
The "iveniig compilation" it tho
mtf a Toiomi paper referi to a cotemporary.
Fint clisi Board md comfortable
Roomi it Hin Yeo'i, Columbia it.,
oppoiite Citholio ohurch *
The itr. Irving left for up river
portt thii morning with 20 torn of
raerohindiie and 3D piuengen.
Thi itr. Rithet cleared for Victoria
to-diy with a number of passengers
ind a full load of farm produce.
The itr, Stella left for St. Leonards,
Boundary Bay, this morning, with a
load of lumber for building purposes.
A telegnm hu been received by the
mint her. thit the itr. Rainbow due
at thii port to-night, will not irrive
..until Monday.
Th. miohlneiy for J. H. Todd &
Son'i new cannery arrived by the
Rithet list night from Victoria. The
new cannery will be in complete readi-
neu to commence operations next lesion.
' A rather interetting ipectacle may
be icon on Lulu Mind. Twoiteam
thrasher! an at work within 60 feet of
f*ch other, one on Mr. T. Lindsay's
firm and the other on Mr. E. A.
Shirpe'i.
Th. inigboat Simson hai finithed
driving the pilot for surveying points
st th. month of tho river. The inrvey
of the. channel, has commenced, and
th* snagboat it employed taking the
feP'Wkr xi!" i" •"
tinny forget Brat the- hair and scalp
MidolMtulng. Extonslve use oi Ayer i
Hsu* Vigor hu proven thit it ii the beit
cleansing agent for the hair—that it prevents dandruT and stimulates tho hair
to renewed growth.
Th. workmen of the V.ncouver Coal
Co. ."engaged in linking a ihaft in the
vicinity of the former Harewood mine,
hive -tfuolfcip MMllant tttm- of iu-
MKff.JMld-   Thi depth of th. shaft
(r|oT,ip..ioo fe.t.-m«i«.
, it i.said Mr. Robertson, who
built
the firaoui Joggini' rift, will ihortly
itart from St. John, N. B., for thu
province, where he hu been engiged
to build two limilar rafts, one to be
mt to San Frinoiieo and Ihe other to
Chili.
"For yein I tuffered from loss of appetite .ud indigeition, bnt failed to find
relief until I begin taking Ayer'i Sarsaparilla. This medicine entirely oured
Ms. My appetite and digestion ire now
perfect.—Fred. O. Bower, 496 Seventh
it.y Sooth Boston, Mm.
To-morrow ifternoon on the Browns-
vill. rang. th. Fleming Cup will be
competed for by memben of the aotive
militia.. Thoie who intend taking part
will leave th. city by the one o'olook
ferry. Cent. Scoullir will be preient
snd have charge ot the firing.
The Colombian hu offered $100 to-
wilds a subscription, to be applied in
prepiring th. exhibition grounds at the
ojty park and for furthering the next
provincial exhibition in other ways
Th. contribution li a generous ono and
win likely be followed by othen from
th* fdiinni of Weitmimter.—Ktc,
Timet.
Th. adultention of food report hu
bun iuued by the department of inland revenue it Ottawa. Samplei to
the number of 909 wore analyzed ind
twenty-five per oent. found to be
doabtfnl. The greatest amount of
adulteration learmi to hive beon prao-
tloed in milk md baking powder.
Eighty-ilx were examined in Winnipeg
ina fifteen found impure.
Attention ii igiin directed to Mr.
Trippi great auction lale of real ettate
to tike rake, in th. Colonial Hotel to-
morrow .venlng, particulan of which
wiU b» found in another column.
Sev.nl addition! hive been mide lo
I th. lilt lince fint idvertiwd. Thit
•ill b. on. of the moat exteniive real
ettite tales ever held in the province,
. __i will f.rnlih excellent opportuni-
tiw for invutment
. i.«l hrUbel.
Hon. Robt. Dummuir hu entered
an lotion for libel igiintt the Timet
Mwipaper, placing damage! it $5,000.
Ittailidentoodtb.t ititementi con-
'thin-d la the leading article in Mondiy
•tining't p*pw hu cauud the iction
to b. inititnted.-Colonuf.
•MiiavertUiMrajr
Thm » on. mtrehint In town who in
futon wiliiw.tr byTnx Coiombiak ii
th.««t advertising medium in the
provlnoe. On Wedneiday evening
Jimei'Cunninghini put in odvertite-
mint In Thi Coiojibun announcing a
ohup ule of itovei, md in Ian thin
36 houn ifter it appeared he hid wild
more ttove. than in th. two monthi
previoni. Judicious idvertiiing payi
a hundred per cent, on th. eapitsl in-
vasttd, but there sre many merohantt
who are afnid to risk a few dollin par
monthjn an invutment thathai niv.r
*P*S*fMfly*fn_to IIU,  .
Thec.l.mhla.lat.d
Metin. Sharp. & Paine, of Lulu
blind, have thi honor of being thi
fint to follow the lead of THU Columbia* in contributing to the lucoeu of
the provinciil exhibition. The generous example let by theie gentlemen
ihould be immediately followed by
every farmer in diitrict. Who will be
the next to follow auit? 'Ho who
givei quiokly, givei twice"; si don't
§row cold on the matter, but come
own handsomely with the cuth I   '.
. Celetil.1 Bene..
Ching Tuey, whole buiineu it ii to
collect the remain! of dead Chinamen
and ihip them for final burial to the
Flowery Kingdom, paid a visit - to the
Douglas road cemetery yeiterday and
exhumed the bonot of • number of hii
countrymen and will ship them to
China by the next steamer. It ii the
ouitom to allow the body to remain in
the ground until the flesh disappear!
and then the bones are taken up, mado
into a neat package aiid lent home.
■	
Moody In Victoria.
Dwight L. Moody arrived in Victoria
yeiterdiy evening by the Olympian,
An audience of upward! of a thousand
wm in attendance at tho Skating Rink,
tho varioui local ministers conducting
the prejiminsry service! while waiting
for Mr. Moody, Shortly aftor nine
o'olook Rov. Mr. Reid ascended tho
plitform, iccompsnied by Mr. Studd,
Mr. Moody'i companion, and announced that the noted evangelist was
too ill to speak at the opening service,
being confined to hii bed. He would
be at the subsequent meetings, however, and would remain two or three
dayi longer in the - oity than he hid
originally intended.
. .~m~. ——i—
A Narrow Escape.
About one o'clock thit afternoon
Capt. Treholme of the tug Swan met
with an accident at Austin's wharf
whioh might havo proved rather serioui
but for the prompt assistance he received. He was ihoving the it. Fairy
Queen from the wharf, uiing an umbrella for a fender. The umbrella
broke and Capt. Treholme wai precipitated Into the water, and, boing heavily olothei at the time and unable to
make free use of hii limbs, the accident might havo proved fatal but for
the uiiitancc rendered him by Capl.
Cooper and Mr. J. Reidt. We are
gild to learn fhe captain ii hone the.
worse of the accident. ■
She r...4 Hist at last.
A sensational discovery wai mide it
the Villird houte latt night about 10'
o'clock by Miu Minnie Elliugham, a
wealthy young lady of Toronto, Canada, who ii itopping at that hostelry.
Miu Ellinghnni ii fond of jowelry.ond
hu an extravigint diiplay of ,miny
precioui genii. With her weaknem for
jewelry, however, ihe hu a large bump
of caution and never retiree without
fint looking under her bed. Her vigilance wu rewarded lut night by tbedis-
covery of a dudiih tliiof secreted under
tho bed, awiiting hii opportunity to
steal her wealth. Immediately on the
discovery sho rushed into tho ball ory.
ing hysterically, and a large number of
guests toon made their appearance at
the doors, like sheeted ghosts, to discover the cause of the commotion. In
the confusion the young sneak made
his escape and tho noiio eubiided.—
Tacoma Ledger.
i' , m  •       	
A UllleB.ua.ee.
A very lonutionsl itoiy of kidnapping wu being chatted ibout on the
itreet cornen yeiterday, but on investigation provei to be a rumor with
hardly any foundation. The facts of
the matter are that a young lady from
San Francisco arrived in the oity on
Monday evening, expecting to meet a
gentleman friend who was to sot ai
her etcort home, ihe having been visiting friendi in the province. The gentleman wu not in the oity to meet her
ai expected, and the young lady wu
compelled to ssok employment, whioh
■he subsequently obtained in a hotel
at Esquimalt. Her friend arriving in
Viotoria on Tuesday, Mcertnined her
whereabout, and 'drove to Esquimalt,
whore he wai joined by hii fair companion and the two proceeded home
together ai proviouily arranged. The
only part of  the matter to cause the
Sotiipi to talk wu that the Esquimalt
otol proprietor, not wishing to -lose
hit new employee, il said to have ejected the young man, ns well at tbe driver
of the equipage, from  the hotel.—
Colonist,
 _.—, j. »	
W.O.T.U.
Clone oflhe C'oavenllon...|'rocec.llsu|i •*
, Ull Meeting,
Tho election of ofilcen wu the fint
buiineu before the convention on re-
atiembling at ii o'clock Wedneiday,
The following were the office™ oleoted:
Pratident, Mri, Jai. Cunningham,
Now Weitmimter; first vice-prendent,
Mrs, Jenkini; second vice-pro,idont,
Mn. Middlebrook; correspondent secretary, Miss MoDnugoI; treasurer, Mn.
Hemlaw. The eleotion of iiibordimte
officer! and the transaction of other
important routine buiineu ocoupied
the balance of the afternoon.
A fair audience filled the Blue Rib-
bon Hill in the evening. The meeting wu opened with the: usual devotions! exercises. Mrs, Jenkins reid
an interetting and imtructive paper on
the work of the W.O.T.U., after which
Mn, Grant addrested the meeting at
■ome length on Ihi fnnohite.
Rev. J. E. Starr" addressed the
meeting in hii uiuil forcible way, taking for his theme "The Liquor Buiineu, a Leech," and thoroughly condemned Ihe liquor traffic.
The Hon. John Robson followed.
He denounced thn Olub Theiterin
in itrong terms, whicti ho .described at
the wont of "man trnpi" and the ruin
of many boyi. The inefficiency of the
city police camo in for their share, alio
did the moral by-law, which wai denounced ai a delusion, and that the
Street obstruction clause! was intended'
ai a blow at the Salvation Army.- •'
'. Tha convention .then adjourned.—
Timet. i  -."'
iuMi,
Soma time igo a paragraph appeared
in THB Colombia!* to the effect thit
Mr. Thos. Shannon, of Clover Valley,
hid threthed over 700 butheli of oiti
from a fi-acre field, The Blaine Jmm-
ol obierved Ihe item and attempt! to go
ui one bettor. It uyi:—"Trii Oolum-
buh report! . yield of 140 buihel! of
oati per acr. on a five-acre piece be-
longing to Thomu Shannon, of Clover
Valey. Of coune that yield ii a magnificent one, but the piper overdoei
the matter by challenging "any itate
in the American Union to equal thil
yield." For the lafety of The Oolum-
hian's poiition it is well that Washing,
ton is hot a state, for a few days ago
we wore told of a single field of forty
accei on Swinomiih Fliti which
threshed out over 5615 bushels of
oiti."
Al the Journal eeemi jo regret not
being able to accept the challenge we
now include all the territories of the
United Statei in our challenge, which
were omitted in the flnt initanoe by
au overnight, and tike muoh pleasure
in inviting our territorial friendi to
"wade in," The exact yield from Mr,
Shannon'! 6-acre plot wu 715 buiheli
—an average of exactly 143 buihel! to
the acre. The avenge yield to Swinomiih farmer wai only 140} bushels to
the aero, which falls considerably short
of Mr. Shannon'! returm. But in
cue the journal does not think itself
fairly beaten wo Will give him another
instance of the great superiority of the
soil in New Weitmimter diitrict, Mr.
E. A. Sharpe, the well-known farmer
of Lulu Iiland and one of the mott
progressive farmen in the province,
Imported a buihel of a new yarietyof
oat, from England and lowed them on
a patch of ground covering half an
acre. The. oati were threshed thil
week and it Wii found thi single bushel had produced 94 bushels, the enorm-
ousaverageof 188bushels to tho acre. If
Washington Territory or any other territory can beat theie figures The Co.
lbmbian will tike down iti lign and
move south.
—.. *-•"* —
' What Toronto's well-known Good Samaritan says: "I havo been troubled
with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for
over 20 years, and have tried many remedies, bnt never found an article that
has done me as much good as Northrop
k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery ana
Dyspeptio Cure.     Claka E. Portik.
Personal.
L. Quichon, of Ladnen, ii it the
Colonial.
J. Ii. Beckwith .nd bride, of Victoria, are gueits at the Colonial.
0. Z. Perry, representing Robt
Jamieson, stationer, Viotoria, ii in the
city on a buiinea trip. Mri Perry
hat juit returned from a trip to Comox
where he repb'rti buiineu to be boom,
ing.
P. M. Markell, West Jeddore, N. S„
writes: "1 wish to inform you of the
iMralnftriiquiMles'Of "Dr. Thomos' Eclectric Oil. I had a horse to lame that he
conld scarcely walk; the trouble was in
tho knee; and two or three applications
completely cared him."
More about Urand Pre.
From our Hulffax Correspondent.
Halifax, N. S., .Sept, 24. —In a let.
ter«ilio*/t)nt*llf-'igo.l spoke of the
poetic remlniicencei' which a viiit to
Grind Pro bring! back to a nider of
Evangeline. Thil letter will refer
more to th. village and its vicinity
they now ire.
Tho Windior and Annipolii nilwiy
rum through the villey. After a two-
and-a-hilf houn' run from Halifax,
abnkeiman hutem through th. car
calling out, "Grend Pre Station," and
you are hustled oil big and oaggige.
You witch the train draw slowly .way
from th. itation and hurry off on iti
wiy to the Biy of Funday. Turning
to look around you, you find yourself
on the platform of a imall, desolate-
looking station-home lituated at one
■ide of a Wretch ol dyked land whioh
apparently reaches to the northward
as far u Blomidon. The whirr of the
mowing machine and the croaking of
wagom ire tho only' loundi which
greet you. You say to yourself, "So
thii ii Grand Pre, the ute of tho Acadian settlement; but whore are the relic* of the.Frenehi"
The only thing ii in old French well,
lituated ibout two hundred yardi
north of the itation. Visiting it, you
find nothing romantic .in itt appearance
—nothing different from * thouund
othor welli. To tho northward of the
well, diitant about fifty feet, ii a large
grove of old treei uid to havo been
planted by the Acadian-. Thii ii the
•pot near which the old Acadian chapel
ii luppoied, by antiquarians, to have
beee located, Hon and there throughout the valley are old French orchards,
the gnarled trunks of Iho trcei bearing
witneu lo their extreme age. The villagers also posies! a few relict of the
Acadiini, including a very old-fashioned hand-mndo plough-share, whioh
tourittt ire all disposed to believe wu
mide by the mythical Buil the blacksmith.
The itretch of dyked land, known
u the Grend Pre dyke, reminded me
more of the Delta farming country
than anything I had wen since leaving
B. 0. The dyke which koepi the Bay
of Fundy tidei out it a very large if-
fair, compared to which our Delta
dykei ire mere pigmiei. It ii kept in
repair byiutumenti levied on the
landi benefitted. I undentand that
tbe witer hu never covered thii dyked
land but once in the memory of living
man.   Thit wu it the time of the
¥:eit Saxby itorm, 12 dr 14 yein ago.
hii land ii nry firtile, producing hiy
and ill kindi of agricultunl produce
in great quintitlei. It ii counted
amongitthe but farming land in the
province, and ivingei in price |12fi
an acre.
Back from tho itation, that ii to the
■outhwird of it, lies the modern village of. which I -poke in my lut letter.
Farther louth, reiching almoit to the
Gupereau it an upland farming country which, when Longfellow wrote wu
the"foreit primovil." Here are lit-
uited miny of the fineit farnii in
Klng'i county. Among to many beautiful plicet it would be hard to make a
choice, but I cinnot help .electing Mr.
Stewirt'i, which Iiu clou lo the ita
tion, and Mr. R. L. Weatherbe'i',
Judgiof th. Supreme-Oourt. The
litta, contiim about 160 acre, of up-
lind md a' piece of dyke adjoining it
on the Gupereau, Judge Wetherbee
huspared neither time nor money to
mike hit firm one of the belt inthe
county, Theirchlteotureof the dwelling-house ii Swiu. All the buildings
•n coited with crude petroleum whioh
givei them • peculiar appearance.
A new bridge crones thi Gupereiu
it Judge Wotherbe'i farm. The river
at thii point—ibout four milei from
its mouth—ii probably, little wider
thm the Brunette, nt the Brunetlo
mills. Crossing theriver you ntcend
Ihe South mountain!—hills you would
call them in B. C From the slope of
these mountains the whole valley lies
before you in one great panorama, embracing, .part of King'i and Hants
counties. From this point the towm
of Wolfeville and Canning, and the
village! of Grand Pre, Horton, Greenwich snd Port Williams can be seen,
while between them lies the wide area
of farming land closely dotted with
neat farm houies.
On the whole, laying aside the poetical auociltion of the valley, I think
it ii admitted on all lidei that no
place can be found in Nova Scotii
which surpasses in rural beauty md
quiet happiness thii beautiful "valley
of Evingeline." F, W. H.
Much distress and .lokneu. in children,
is caused Jby ..worm!. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief by re.'
moving the cause. Give it a trial ud be
-convincedr  '     	
B. C. Provincial 1
Subscription
Exposition
fund.
For the purpoie of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be held in this
oity, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute'the
sums oppoiite their respective names.(to
be paid- into the association or to trustees competent to receive the tome, oh
or before 6 months from tho date of the
lut provincial exhibition, and to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and buildings in this city, for increasing
the amount offered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):   -
The COLUMBIA!,. ..,100 00
Sharps A Paine, Lulu Island ,   10 00
Nextl,
Wl«BAywMrtok,w.f.v.ll« Cuius,
Wm lbs wu • Child, .he cried for CutorU,
WlullUtwcttMlIlu, sh. clan, to CutorU,
"f*«IMlaavlCU14r«,,li.n,,th«CMt«i.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
tils HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
U Governor has been pleased to make
the following appointment:
6th October, 1888.
Richard Irvine Bentlev, Esquire, M. 8.,
of the City of New Westminster, to be a
Health Officer, under the authority of the
"Health Ordinance, 18611." docUtl
In Hie Supreme Court of
BrlHsli Columbia.
Betweeh
aREENHIIlKMW.SON A COMPANV,
Plaintiffs;
And
• A. c. THICKE, DirairnAirai %
U' L-.    . - .      .-.         .
Counsel for tbe Plaintiff! and rood-
ing the affidavit of E, A. Jenns filed this
day;
It Is-ordered that service of a copy of
tbls order and a copy of the writ of summon. In this action by posting the same
np In the office of tbe District Registrar of
this Honorable Court at New Westminster and by advertising a copy of this order for one week tn the Daily Bkitish
Columbian published at New Westminster shall be good and sufficient service or
the writ and that the eight days limited
for appearance begin to run from date of
the first Insertion of suoh advertisement
or the date of the first posting ln tbe Registrar's office, whichever .hall be later.
Dated Bill October, A. tt UM.
[Sign.
cm
.ed),
J. F. McCREIQHT,
'J.
Sacks! Sacks!
JUST AnniVFI>-5.000 HACKS and 5/MO
more en route.  Farmers, sena In your
orders early, tlmt I may know bow many
to Import.
dwse2tml W. It. AUSTIN.
NOTICE*
milE SALE OF LOTS IN THE TOWN*
1 site or Hope, of whioh notice was
given (or the lull Inst., bas been postponed until further orders.
H. B. tt*. AIRMAN,
AfentDominion Lands,B.C.
New Westminster, 4th Oct., 1888.
I     dwoef-Jo
m
■v■Ssw-.r..■!_»__--ft.*?- ...:
CAUTION.
PUBLIC ARB   HERBBT CAU-
kined^nM to_purohnse^notf for (OO
•wii'
im 3. W. Willi In nvnr of W.
Ins oot-
F5
Town
J!N&ER$
R THB CONSTRUCTION OF ADAM
with Sluices, across Beaver Creek, ln
.jwnihlp 11, oppoiite Wnrnook Station,
will be received until Amumet Mt>. at
HURDOOK MoLENNAN'S, on th.
Ground., or RAND BROS.. New WMtniln-
ster, where plans and specifications ou
:- We do not bind ourselves to Meept tbl
lowett or any tinder.  •
For the Committee,.-- y   i i
RAND BROS.
New West., Oot. 10,1188. doclOtd
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern TtRMiNua.  . . '.
AJTESSRS. W.J. WALKER 4 COMFY
M. have lots for sale in the city from
Also. Immediately adjoin for the OltV
limits from f& upwards; ana n.fewre*
mnlnin^ldts at Sapperton at $100 on very
easy terms, , . .      .-.   ,
Also, Farming Land In Suirev Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the line of railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsville In flrst-class situations
at profitable rates. ,-:..;
Intending investors are Invited to call
Immediately, before- prices are advanced.
The advertisers offer their services as
agents for the PURCHASERS of property,
and as such will give the fullest information and advice.to their beBt ability,to
era and others, respecting any pro-
Investment In land, whether ln
— ,.__.._m_.___m~i o*otherwise... J
<!w7aute '
strangers and others, respecting any proposed Investment in lar-1  -*--**-— ■-
their own h»nq> for sale. <
8BankBmidlbgB,pit?,,
GBEsA.T
SALE
 01'	
STOVES
—anb—
RANGES
TN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
JL arrangements In this Department of
iny Buiineu, I have concluded to sell
out my preient stock at and under
i   COST PRICE.
An opportunity is now given to per-
sons in wut of FIKST-CLASS STOVES
togettheni'atLESf-THAl' TORONTO
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
New West., Oct. 10,1889.      doclOyl
BOYS' AND rOUTH'S
Fall and Winter
fUTTS
■ ■' ',....      —.AMaii—.-■: i      " '
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery,*c.
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
J. E, PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER AfHATTES,
Columbia Br., Orr. Tximntrt Or-mx,
New WeiUalaiter, ». ('.
dwscTle
IMMENSE SALE
 OF	
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
xx__j_.m, o.
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oot. 10th, ISSS.
At we hive decided to retire from the retail Dry Goodi bnilneM thii niion, we
now plice our entire itock on tho market it
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RESERVE.
... .swiBrrBtso) m-o-bt —m SOLD. '
:•---*=* •(?« -ns, -wtsr'.^p"---'-
fall mmm
-AT-
M: ELLARD « M'S
l*¥acti<ail' Watchmaker, Manufacturing
7;    Jeweler & Optician. \
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL <
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.'
a-:        •   BEST QOAUTY.   EASTERN PRICES. j
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in iteel, rubber, silver ud gold j
ies. The finest Pebbles mode, $4 per pair; oil sights suited.
Speciil ittentlon given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned th j J
basinets thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers ia England, ud since then,J
managed .the watch-repairing departments of a few of the belt firms on the conti. 1
nent of America, ii a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly inana-',
ger tor nearly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal,
Charges Moderate, 1
MontREAl, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Elq., Chairman ot
Montreil 'Harbor Commitiioneri, savsi "I never found • Witchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, ud I am sorry yon ire not here to-day."
dwapiao .   .1
fiames.
j     J IlRt'OB   I-****, HRl'0B~~DIHlQ8f    _fm DRt'OfjCssSj.
A. M. HERRING,
' "."»;'       '.     WHOyjSAJLIj ANH BETAH, ..,...,...-.t'w .1
DRUGGIST
New Wes||njna^(yi
I     "J DRUOB   \\*nt^, DBnOS   |    J   DRUGSf    j*.
DRUQS
■
D.S. CURTIS * CO
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with ill the Docton in the City.' Call on
ui uy time and wo will ring your Doctor np for you;
Open Sundays tor the sale of Medlcino only;—MoiwiNO, 9 to 10.80 o'clock)
AmisooN, 1 to 3j Eviniko, 8 to 9.
__E__._DxaA.ij mAiaA
:    ,  New-rMlMl.ilfr, «.e., PlexlC.l..lol«.lfl.
OUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT DP. dwaultto
OENTRAL   QROOERY
Holbrook Block, Oolumbia Street. *
'.H   A
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDINO AND WANTS
to tee ill hii old ouitomen ud loti of new onei, is, he will sell tk*m ORO-
CERIEE, CROCKERY, eto„ cKeiper thin ever.   All our Goodi ire fint-cliu
i ORO-
..-..,.. __ ._.     it-clill
ud in being sold is low as Inf.rior grides.   We'strive not to match, but to excel.
Just; to hind—ear of FLOUR, FEED, etc., oi the following brands:
Ssl'*sT-^«i«nt)BoU--'(Ameriou); Hanntriss, gtrsH Bakers (Ogii-
vie'.); Premier, Columbia BoUer(8r«llumclMn)i
And If you hav. aot uied thi Britiih Columbia Flour do w it one. and be oca-
vlnoed that It will mak,a.arityh)ii bread and putry,    ,
dwau29te
WWm&llty)
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
>  House Famishing Goods, etc.
■wAs wi are known to carry one of the lirgett md but issorted itook. In thi
Province, It will not be neoemry to enumerate. Ail eirly Intpeotlo'n will conHsie
the public that we moan buiineii, ud that the itock rau.t be .ksed out before the
end of thii leamn; therefore w. have pltced our goodi it jrleel IrJWiT than hive
over been offered before In thil Province. ....
RBHEHBBII-Tla. Stalk matt k> el...d .st my tk. ess nt tk. ,..r.
CALL BABLT WHILB THB AIIOHTMBHT 11 OOO0.
TuiMs-Under 1100, cuh; over. 1100, leoured note! it three monthi with InUrett.
.vi.' t*>:''•■■' ^ j-». _*_Kwmx*AJt__* W'&a.:, ?■».
/ooiw-jar--—MABcarro^i^^
WE A)lE NOW OPENING- OUT OUR FIRST DELIV.
cries of New Goods for the coming season.   Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEWEST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored & Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades in Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
'   Hosiery and Underwear.:
Fancy Aprons.
Household & Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts.
Waterproofs A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Fur-,
nishings.  Clothing, Hats, -Ties. &c.
W. * C. WOLFENDEN,
dwtelMo OOX.TTXCSX.A. BTMlsrr.;
1  COMMERCIAL PRINTING. Jv,
Tin Oolombiak PniKTWO EiTABUSBMBrT hai firat-claii laoililio, for
ill kind, ol Commercial Prinang. Bill Hlldl. Letter Het(il. ClfCUlarf,
Cardi, Envilopii, Blink Formiof owry description, PoitartwDoaaHra,
fOm.mtt\%J~- J-Wms trfll b» found as Joy at .t «n». otfwr -hvln
■t-isiMirJWlrSAfi,'' -•■-"■"•.   .,    v..

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