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Array GoTornmont Printing office
VOI.UMB 8
p -jr-ixiH,
DEliTIflT.'
ttoomlt,      .    '.  '   colonial Hotel.
Omo. Hotj.s4l0 to A dloSto
C.*'
K. C. BROWN,
DENTIST.
RoohS-B. * 0„ over Bank of British Columbia.
HotrEH-Oo, m. toiSO p. m.    dwjljr27to
0"
■Mill A MeCOIX,
barristebs,
solicitors, etc,
Omo...KaeonloBuliainga,H.wW.atmln-
■tlr, and Vanoouver, B. 0.     Jyatdwt.
m o. TowHLiiy,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, 40. I
. oi the Province of Manitoba,
AnrfsoHa Block,
dHlTto New Weatmlnater, B.C.
T.
0. ATKISSOS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ao.
Omou-Maionlo Building,
dwIMMe NewWettmlniter.RO.
nr  NORMAN BOLE, U.C,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent, Money to Loan,
Oolumbla SU,
teste New Wutmlniter, B, 0. .
Cl
iOW * MAOLOBB,
AHOHITECTS.
Ornoi-Room B,
Over Bank ol B. 0„
dauaito
Colnmbla Street.
ft  W. QUANT,
AROHITEOTJ
Omoi-Corner Mary and Clarkson St.,
dwieasto
M*
fALLANDAlNB * SANSOH,
ARCHITECTS.
Innei Block,      -      ■      Halting! St.
VANCOUVEB, R 0.
dauMte
TiriLLIAM B. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
BUILDINO * LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER,
Omos—New Matonlc Block,
dwapllte Weitmimter.
ALBERT J, HILL,
M.CAH.SoaC.B.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
', ..., .LAND BUttVK YOB and
 '''''   Brauohtsman.
Ormcs-New HMonle Block,
dwmhUlo New Wcstmlnstor.
w.
J. WAMWK a» CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
I, Bank Building!, NiwWettmlnster, RO.
14 Clare Road, Halifax, England.
dwmylfto
m * TXAPP, >■...■
AUOTIONEBR AND APPRAISER,
Colnmbla Strut,,... Jl.w WMtmlntttr
All eommlHloni will receive prompt
•ad careful atte.tlon. But relirenoei
flven when required.. mhlJ-te
RAND BROS.
M
Bill. UITATB BROKBBI,
O.av.y.seeri, O.UMt.r.,
Ass Isiur.se.
•Otaeee tt VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
,     MeKenil. and Clarkton BU.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDINO LOTS for ante In all aeotloni
• of Vanoouver ana New Wutmlniter Oity,
FARM LANDS of .uperlor quality (or
t.ale at Obllllwbaok, Tort Hammond,
a -Laagler, Mataqul, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
1 iaer>i Landing, Lilu Ialand, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Mapa and Plant exhibited and the lull-
•Mtlnf.rmaUoafurnl.heilot»llouroffloee
leHOto ..
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Und Agents & Surveyors.
rUVB FBEPABED. gFBTKIg HADE
Large or Small Snmtof Honey Advanced
oa .Good Securities, at Reasonable
Ratet of Intereit.
Vans, far Sale « Fraaer Blver, aba.
aad belaw New We.lml.aler.
WILLIAMS BROS, an In eonltantoom-,
jsunloatlon with Intending aettlera from
RD.Iand and el.ea»li*K,<iii.| have areola!
luniUMfOrtn-elRiflalfs.
Tbelr obirgei are lower than any ot" —
agent. In the Provlnoe.
OFFICKH-Onrner of Oranvllle land (
Power of Attorney.
DURING MY ABSENOBFROMiHB
Provlnoi, Mr. .John 0. Brown, ftit-
nulw, holdt fay Power of Attorney, .nd
1. authorlied to ropreaent me In any sale
ot my real estate In tbe city or district,
dtelOmi;      WlLl^M-JtAlttSONi;.
Sacks!
II
■f UST ABRJJ-gp^OM SACKS and 5,000
. v more en routs.'-fearUert, lend lu your
. ordera early, that I may know bow many
to Import.
.'W.B. AUSTIN.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1888.
*$
NUMBER 80
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of 111 kinda of the bettmaket; Cross-Cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire lor Fencing, and all the necetaary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain in all ilzcsj Pitch,
Tar « Oakumt Tirred and Plain Paper,tor Building;! Paints & Oils
inall colors: Liqtlld Paints lu all shades: Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones) Wall Paper In all deilgni; Brooms te Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Ollst Traps of ill descriptiont, ind a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,  ;;,,   ,
tr Special attention given to orders by mail.
■.'•*T. '3". TK^.3?K,«SCC!6.,
. dwjlyBto-.   • .,.,,...        ....     <JoiiWBi*SHi**a,Niw.WaMJiBistn,.
GRANT &MACLURE.
I*PAtL DKALER8 IN "■      •■■■'••>■■••
& SHOES
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
COLUMBIA    STREET,
•fcTe-w   ""-Westnaiaeter,   B.   C.
. dwJe22to
BIG CLEARING SALE
—.or-:—
New Boots and Shoes
Far the Next 30 Bays, at Cost.
GLOBE HOySI.
New Goods.  New Goods.
DIRECT FROM THB BRITISH MARKETS.
Fancy and Plain Dress Goods—VERY CHEAP.
Cashmeres, in all shades.
Ladies' Dolmans, Coats and Jerseys—Newest Styles.
Plushes—Plain and'Fancy.
Satins—Plain, StrigerJ and Brooche.'.'"
Ladies' Waterpro6fs—a Large V^etyi^arssi Sluipfcs^ , a
All SeUUmat Prices to Suit the Tltnes. .,
d,e»e MRS. WM. RAE.
xlO,
S294 AQMBB
WE ARE WW QEF^JNGFOJISALE
the celebrated;
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of #294 acr&k' efccellGnt1 farming
land, situated on the FraserR^Ypr> WV
Langley, about 25-iiyies'^s^WeStiplilsiier,
in blocks to suit ptirchasersi of 20 acres
i: -a i '■-»    '        ttO       "     "*,"   ' s l|
at prices varying according
arid in
to quality'and lpcatifin,,Qn y^ry .easy te^jns
pfpayme'ht,'..' ;!.■'■'.;..; ;-; '■** *■'*    ';'
■ Steamer landing andgoodwagomroads
adjacent t6|he premises and raili'da^''station immediately acros*!. the riyer. \
»tS=» For one month, ft-om September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending; purchasers
free of charge.   ":.:,;\".':' ;,..,,,,    ....
3NT
dmaltlo
OFFICIAL
Civio Officers.—Mayor, Robert Dickinson: City clerk, Capt Robinson; Police MiiglHtrnte, T. C, Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Fire Department, W. Corbott;
Ahhj slant, JU.Rcnd.
Couht. .OFFiciAts.-Jtideo of tbe Supremo Court,Hon, J. F.McCreij-ht: Regis*
trai, *W. a. FalUliigj e-Uieritr, W.J.Armstrong.
Provincial QMiofeg". ■*■ Governrafent
Agont, Clias-Wfirwlirk; Rt-glstrar of Titles,
R. W, Armsli'on-;: Sii'ii. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. R. I. Behtlep*: Bursar of Asylum, Jan. Phillip--; flovornor of Central
Prison, Win. Moresby; Steward: Royal Co*
lumblan Hospital, Chas. Dlgby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Bprott; Coroner, W.
D. Ferris.
Dominion Officials.—Poslmoster, J. C
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. 8, Olute;
Warden of PenHentiui-y,.A.U. MeBrlde;
Dominion Land Agent, II. B. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, T. 8, Higginsouj
Inspector of FisliGil'.'ii, Thos. Mowat.
REprft*£i-NTj,TiVE3.—nbnatar, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; Honso of Commons, Donald
Chlsliolm; Provincial Lt-glylaturo.Capt.
W. N. Bole, q,, C. n'
MAILS CLOSE! AND ARRIVE.
; OLOSH
For Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Sunday
and Monday), at. 12.3V, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.     ,
For Victoria, V. I„ nnd Western U. B. Offices—Monday, 12.45; Tuesday,.8.1i>; Wednesday, o.a>; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
6.30: Saturday, 8.15.   ,
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet-Dally (except Sun-
ay) at 8.15.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island—
Monday, 12.-15; Wednesday and Friday
8.80.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Lnngley Prnlrlo—Saturday,
For Elgin and Mud Buy-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumpers Pass—luonday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mull)—Tuesday, 19.
From Can. Pac. Ry.—Daily (except Saturday) at 14. it).
From Viotoria—SuntMty, Tuesday and
Thursday lfl; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11,30,
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlot-Diilly (except Sunday) at 16. . .
From -Ladnei-'g Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday; 16.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Launley Prairie—Frfday,--10,
From Elgin and Mud Buy-Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass-Sunday, 16.
FromNanalmo (direct mallj-Satuiday,
•'   '■'■>'PO'$T OFFICE HOUR^t
General Delivery from9 to 10 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Moudnys, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls aro being sorted.-   .
MONKV0BnB1.4.SAVIN08BANK.-D«lly
—0 a, in. to 4 p. m., mid from 0 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.   , l)ftJ
P0W0ER
Absoli'tely Pure.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
purlty.strenethandwholosoineness. Mon
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. „,,1 Sfely
TugforSale!
TUG BOAT 70 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
chluery, by Eastern niakers,
• Affs.WBEWICKE-4WULFFS0HN.
djafttc Vancouver, B. 0.
rlouse for Sale I
¥■
Roy
R8. EMMA   GOLD OFFERS HER
_ beautiful renldfiipc, xltuated on
_-jynl AveOUip, opposite Capt. Irvlng's—
tjio "Nob HIM" of WontniInstor-on rea-
sonabla terms.—Apply direct! i
daulTto MRS. KMMA OOl.D.
FOR SALE.
mHE .STEAMER "SWAN," SO feet kcol,
1 0 foot beam, J ft. S In. bold; fitted with
double engines, i'U*-8 oylindcrs, also steel
bol ler nntf sliaft -(John Doty, maker, one
of the best manufacturers In Canada). She
Is In real unod order and fully ""*' '
For further purileul.
TERUUNKorW. "
rncuirorH i'»uunaua/. one
lor and fully equipped.—
tciilnrs, apply to M. O.
. R. AUSTIN.     dse4ml
VANCOUViiR CITY
Foundry i MachinoWorks
HE    PROPRIETORS    OK     THESE
works have niuoh plcamiro in notify-
T...	
Inv their frlemU and tlie ptibllo that, they
nro now prepared to rCcelviiand promptly
execiitcrttiyVdrrsforwnrKlii tliolr line
with which they may bo favored,
. A-McKEfcfiF'1
Mt'i'lmntcal Manager.,
Vaneouvor, H.C., Sth Mny', 1888.   UlJ ' *
,,..,.,, .dwftiylgb)   >i,:<i' i ■     I
l^c-riCB..
•iTOTIOB IS IlUKKl'.Y OIVENTHAT
1*1 wo Intailltt to milBo npplli-nl.ion to
the clilrf Oommlfisloiier of r,nnila anil
Vorka for rmrmtaalon ta lohne the follow-
ttisilescrllip'l praporty fo." l|lm,lierluff pur-
poaoa, vlr..!'
ConiiiK-iiflnn at n post plnnteil at tlie
aoullmnat nlirnor of, !<ot in. Vulifer. Ialanil;
thane, oust 10 i-hiilnfi. Ihenito north GO
olmltia. tlipimo wi'«l -il r.lmlna, thenee
north flo olinlnii thenee weal so ehalnt,
thenoe north 41) olnilna, tUenoo west 20
elmlna, llioimo smilh 211 clmtna, t'.ionoo
woat 20 clmlliH, thoni'ii aolilh 20 ohnlna,
thenoe woat £0 iiluilns. tlionoo aouth 20
ohnlna, thenpp ennl, 20 olilllnt lo the northwest oornerof Lot (StitionoooaaHoclialiit
to tho hortlionst ooriii.!- nf !lio anlil lot;
thenco aouth 00 oliiilns to point of coiii-
nioDoement^contnlnlnit In all 4'Oacret,
more or leaa. I.AIQI.AW A CO.
riily23nl,i™.    ' '•■• doelml
Sails §titiuh Cotnmliian
Tu.kilaj Evcslas. Oel. t, Ills.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The Journal of Education itoopa
to the following: There's nothing
like leather, excepting, of course,
the upper cruit of the young wife'i
first pie.
The last letter received from murdered Major Bartellot, under date of
June 4, complained of Tippoo Tib's
broken faith, and was full of atrange
foreboding! ot coming disaster,
A wealthy London merchant il
repotted as having said: "I alwayi
feci happy when I am advertising,
for then I know that, waking or
sleeping, I have a strong though
silent orator Working for me, one
who never tires, never makes mistakes, and who is certain to enter
the households from which,' if a( all,
my trade must come." , Won't you
come out here, Mr. London Merchant; we are just dying to shake
hands with a happy man of your
sort.
Speaking of the Northwest crops,
it would appear from recent advices
that the frost has been more severe
on the grain in northern ])akota and
Minnesota than in our northwestern
country. Very blue accounts are
received from south of the line.
The other day the receipts of wheat
at Minneapolis aggregated 115 car
loads, out of which there were 85
cars of rejected. Reports of the
Ontario wheat crop grow more favorable every day. The spring wheat
is said to be the best ill many years,
and the large yield of 35 to 40 bushels an acre is reported by some
farmers within, fifty miles of Toronto, east and northeast. Barley, it
il mid, will go as high sis 45 bushels
to the acre ill lome WilitlllT     *
The Mail reprints, with comments, the following disconsolate
wail of a hungry but whimiical
British Columbian t The settler who
in the early days objected to Canada
owing to the scarcity of marmalade
has a friend and a brother in the
resident of British Columbia who
writes to the Pacific Coast press
complaining at the absence of muffins. "We are," he says, 'Pan English community in an English colony,
and yet we have no muffins. We
hare plenty of able bakers, and yet
no muffins. In Now York there
are muffins, and in San Francisco
there are muffins. How is it that
in British Oolumbia there are no
muffins 1" The explanation, . of
course, is to be found in the Tariff
Act. Everybody knows that duties
promote production, There are no
duties on muffins, therefore we do
not niako muffins.
Here is a pointer for the ladies, if
they wish to do things a TAngMse,
you know. The London correspondent of the Toronto Empire says:
Among ladiel cricket seems to have
become, if possible, more popular
than last year, md even titled dames
and damsels now handle the bat
with as great ease as the racquet.
At the Lyric Olub I overheard Lady
Kainclill'e expressing a strong desire
to be taught, while Lady Oholmon-
(leley needed no ."coaching" when
once she got before tlie wickets.
Lady Beaumont, too, has won laurels in many matches played againit
the sterner sex. At Maidenhead
lait week there was a cricket match
that attracted very large nuniben
to the field where it was held; indeed,
on one side of the ground there wero
several rows of earrings well filled
with enthusiastic spectators. Ladies v. Men wore the sides, the men
beiug only allowed the use of the
loft arm for batting, bowling and
fielding, while their right arm was
worn in a sling. To the great de-
lit,lrt of everyone, not excluding the
opposers, the ladies were victorious
by three runs. One girl gained undying fame by taking six wickets
for twenty-three runs, and another
distinguished herself by making
seventeen runs, not out. The players were chiefly gowned in serge or.
flannel skirts and loose shirts. Two
sisters, one of whom wns an admirable "wicket-keep," looked very well
in white, with blue shirts: and another pair wore becoming dresses
consisting of dark blue serge skirts
and loose jackets, with, blue and
white stiiped shirts. Large blue
straw hats trimmed with red poppies completed the costumes, Miss
Monckton, who was in the' olevon,
were dark blue, with a white shirt
made like a man's, with a stiff front,
collar und cuffs, a red serge waistcoat and dark blue coat,
Worms c; ii8o fevcmlineai, moaning
anil restlessness during Bleep. Mother
Gravel' Worm Exterminator ia pleasant,
sure aad effectual, If your diugfiit hu
iioiio in stock, get Mm to procure it lor
you,   . I'lii      ||.   :<„«l  Auif   ,,   I.
Children' Cryfor Pitther-sGntoria
BY TELEGRAPH.
Clevellld't Heeunmendalloiu en the
Cv'loso Exelulo. ISIII-'ilviae.
IV-IB a task n.
Tbe Kakdl Renal .ed Dcid—Extitemeat
Ji Wteal .1 Cb'«:....:,lll Mlvera ,
a. Strike.
UST NIfiHI'S DESPATCHES.
WHEAT HMtKET.
0«oaco, Oct. I.-Wheat, 100 for
oath and Oct.; Ii Nov.; 7 Dec.
New Toek, Oot. 1.—Wheat, 105i
for cuh; 4t Oct.; 6i Nov.; 7} Dec.;
llJMiy.        .       '*
I CHINESE EXCLUSIO.V EII.I.
Washimotoh, Oot. li-STlie president recommends that' congress, by a
joint resolution, or in aome other
manner, provide that such Chinese
laborers at hare actually embarked on
their return to thii country before the
prsiage of thit bill miy be permitted
to land, lie also recommends the appropriation of an amount named in
the rejected treaty to indemnify certain Chinese subjects for damages suffered through violence in remote and
comparatively unsettled portions of the
country.
The president's message says: "The
experiment of blending social habit a
and' race indiosyncrnsies of Chinese
laboring classes with those of tho great
body of the people of the United
States has been proved by the experience of SO years, and ever tinco the
Burlingame treaty of 1808, to be in
every sense unwise, impolitic, and injurious to both nationt. With the
lapse of lime the necessity for it:
abandonment has grown in forco until
those having in charge the government! of the respective countries have
reiolvod to modify and sufficiently abrogate all those features of prior conventions! arrangements which permitted the coming of Chinese laborers
to United States. To such an extent
has successful violation of the treaty
of 1880 and the laws enacted for its
execution progressed, that courts in
the Paci6c states have been for some
time put overwhelmed by tbe examination of catei of Chine'ie liboren
who ue charged with having entered
our ports under fraudulent certificates
of return, or who seek to est iblith by
perjury a claim of prior residence,
tsuch a demonttration of the inoperative and inefficient condition of the
treaty and the' law bai produced!
deep elated aad increasing discontent
among the people of the United States,
and eipeuially with Ihe residents of the
Pioiuo coast. This hot induced me
to omit no effort lo find nn effeoiunl
remedy for Ihe evili complained of,
and to answer Ihe earnest popular demand for absolute exeluiion of Chinete
laborer!, having objects and purposes
unlike our own, and wholly disconnected with American citizenship."
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
AEKESTED FOR MUEDEn,
Helbsa, Mont, Oct. 2.—George
Bryion, arrested here charged with
the murder of Annie Lunditruni, with
whom he hu been living, and whole
body was found in a proipeot hole,
■bout i mile from the city, covered
with rocks ind dirt. She had evidently been dragged to Ihe shaft and thrown
down by her murderer and afterward
covered up. She was found in the
hole to which tho murderer hod
crawled up after doing hia work.
SHirPINO NOTES.
San Fbanoisco, Oot, 2.—Arrived,
itrt. Umatilla, Viotoria; Arago, Cooi
Biy; ihip Glory of Seal.
THE 11ABK A1VBIVES.
San Fbanoisco, Oct. 2.—The British bark Maelgwyn, 170 dayi,overdue,
from Liverpool, with a cargo of general
merchandise, put iu appearance thii
morning.
QKAS-HOTEll riAOTJE.
San FnAjtoisco, Oct. 2.—Steimer
Genada, whioh arrived from Panama
thin morning, brings news that owing
to lack of rain ir. varioui departments
of the Republic of Salvador all cropi
have been lost. To add to this there
has been a gratthopper plague.
ALASI't NOTES.
SanFjjanoisoo, Oct.. 2.—Tho U. S.
revenue cutter, Richard Buib, nrrired
thia afternoon from Ounnlnika, bringing the following news:
On Sept. Sth, at Sand Point. Popoff
Iiland, Louis Sharp shot and killed
Wm. H. Dingley, and nfterwarda shot
seriously and wounded James O'Brien,
agent of the Lynde aud Hougo fishing
and trading itation.
The U. S. thip Thetis arrived at
Ounalnska on Sept. 17th with 71 miners
who' had drifted down from the
Youkon river; 18 wero b.'ought here
on the Ruth.
Up to the 18lli ult. tho total catch
by the whaling floet wot 26\ whales.
(in Aug. ISth th. Thetis In the field'
of ice adjoining the Arctic pock raised
the whaler Jane Gray, whioh was
wrecked during the gale at Point
Barrow,
A WI11I1I, OF KlunMMGNX.
Cbio.co, Cot, 2.—The board of
trade opened this morning with a
whirl of excitement in wheat pit.
December wai the center of attraction,
and danced about in fashion to moke
tbe traders headi iwim. Opening at
* to Jo. lower than yesterday'! clou at
104* tn 105, it rapidly advanced by Js
and 's to 108', or about S'e. inside of
five minutes. Than it began to reeodo
and continued dropping down till it
reached WO", and at 10 o'olook wat
quoted at 107. At 11. o'clook 105J
wu allied for Oot.. 105! for Dec, and
108- for May.
YSUOW   FEVEIt.
Washinoton, Oot. 2.—The senate
to-day ditouited the resolution for the
creation of a commlitioner for tlie in-
vntigation of the yellow fever.
rOKOEETMSCOVIKED.
London, Oot. 2.—The Baa Mali
Ga-.eile aayi that Parnell hai dinovered
who forged the letter! ligned with his
name which were printed in the rimes.
EXPLOSION.
PiNAMA, Oct. 2.—A terrible explo-
■ion occurred on board a large Iron
mud carrying iteamer at Aipinwall
Sept. 18th. The uiety valve blew out
and the explosion followed causing the
loss of tix lives, destruction of the
vessel and another iteamer in the vicinity, while an iron lighter neir by
was cut in two u if by a knife,
S'TOJAL MESSAGE.
WBSEPtGTajN,    Oot.    2.-A   tpecill
mete ige has beensent to the finance
cominitteo of the aenate from Senator
Beck with hii suggestions for a minority report on the tariff bill. It wu
laid before the committee to-day aud
it ia now probable that the bill will be
given to the publio to-night or to-morrow.
E1TI0SEED DEAD:
Losdos, Oct. 2.—The Mahdi ia, reported dead at Khartoum,
WINEES' ,S'iT.VKE.
St. Lows, Oct. 2.-- Twenty-one htm.
di-od miners employed by the St. Louis
consolidated coal company have gone out
on a strike. They have been holding
weekly meetings for several months at
cist St. Louis, Belleville and Alton endeavoring to arrange a satisfactory rate
of wages, out were unable to agree with
the company, Tlio miners demanded
tiro and one-quarter cents per bushel
top weight for mining coal, which would
be one-half a cent per bushel above the
price now paid,
EOX FACCORV BOBNED,
Fbesno, Cat., Oct.  2. — Boughton'i
raisin box factory was destroyed Dy fire
yesterday; loir$I5,C33,
DrowuED.
San Fbanosco, Cot. 2.—A party of
four consisting ol Jas. McGrath, watchman on the Ur-ion staeet railroad, A.
Pripemeyer, grlpman on the same road,
Andrew Slmondton, beitender, and a
boatman named Nelton who offered hia
services to take the other three men on a
fishing excursion, left tbo eity yeiterday
moiuing. About an hour after their departure a hewvy swell of an Incoming
steamer cupsimd the boat and the four
men were drowaed.. now WMh ,,.
be-og recovered: ! ■
' COli'sSSATBKA.  '
LdttiON, Oot, 2.—The master and second officer, Survivors of the British ship
Earl Wemyu irom Sao., f ranci'.co for
Queeustown which sunk In collision with
'.ho Biitish ship Ardeneaple, and who
were taken aboard the llilp Creedmore
from Manila for Now York on Sept. 9,
together with some dotertera from the
Ardeneaple hare arrival. Ine router's
wife and children, first officer md nineteen of the crew of the Tlemysi were
drowned.
WHEAT.
CiiicAf-o, Oct. 2.—Wheat 104J for
cash and Oct.; Ot Nov,; Oi Dec.
Livecpool, Oct. 2.- - Wheat quiet,
Cala. 7s. 114d.
New Yonit. Oct. 2.-a. Wheat 106J oath)
7iNov,j lSJ'May. onmiq sua fiw   .;.
STOCK ADVANOINO.
Sam fT\Nrit«io, Oot. 2.--A itrong
feeling prevailed In the itock market
this morning, aud there was au advance
all along the line. Con. California and
Virginia and Ophir closed 75 cents over
yesterday'!, and Confidence jumped to
H20, au advance of $2.23. Other advan-
cei ranged from 5 to 30 cent*.
oehusi,
Wasp scion, Oot, 2,—It it not probable that any action will be taken by the
senate toward tbe enactment of a law to
allow tbe Chinese wbo haal embarked on
their return to the United Utatei duly
provided with certificate! before tbe pu-
tago of tbe bill signed yeiterday, to land
upon their arrival in this country. Among
tneroc'lccoa'ttenators and representatives the feeling il very general thit
the Chinese now in transit cannot be permitted to land upon then-arrival and that
they must be returned to the port of em-
barkatkm. The law Is mandatory they
arb'rm and cannot be evaded.
Late Canadian News.
To'.osto, Sept. 29.—Th. international aeries of baseball matches doled
yesterday. Syracuse ii flnt and To*
ronto second.
Tono.vro, Sept. 27.—Th. chain tobe
established by the oity in Toronto university will bo the subjects of English
lite'iituro and mineralogy.
Ottawa. Sept. 26.—No inqueit wai
held on Wesley who wot killed during
Ihe balloon ascent on tho fair gronndi.
Ho seems to have attached himself to
the balloon as a pieoeof fool hardiness.
MoK'.r.EAT,, Sept. 28.—Sir Chis.
Tupper replying to a congratulatory
cablegram (rum Chapleau on hii recent
honor says ho hopes soon toreoipro-
o-.to, Thii indicates that Chapleau il
toon to be knighted. .   .
Ottawa, Sept. 27.—The pottoffioe
department it collecting information
bearing on the queiuon of the ratei
on letter poitaje. The propotod reduction of the pottage from three to
two cents involves the important question of revenue.
MosrrEAi,, Sept, 27,—Warrant!
have been issued for tho arrest of a
young medical man, who it is alleged,
procured an abortion on a young girl,
daughter of a French Canadian washerwoman, living in the east end, Tho
girl wu ruined by tbe ion of a wealthy
wholesale merchant. The case it in
the handi of a private detective and interesting development! are promised.
Sitaicr.oorE, Sept. 20,—The unfor-
tunite Italian! continue very defiant
at Sawyerville junction. Yeiterday
they carried their obstructions so far
as to again prevent the oontinuanoe of
track laying, which wai being carried
out under the protection of tho military, and it had to be auapended until
the riotera were driven off it the point
of tho bayonet. Advioel from the
American end of the road lay that today Italian! armed with gum drove off
tho mb-oontraoton and chased them
into Cmnan, Vermont. T..*)
Bmlg $titieh iSoliimbian
T.esdar Evening, Oct. s. isss-
Tho Oh'qggo Timet, becoming impatient Wtnoiv the worst, liniAcen
boefimialing the following interesting and rather daring experiment
with a view to ascertaining the
drift of opinion on tho presidential
contest. , It [lent out a circular to
a11   it's  recognized   country oorres-
"prmdent^-ralKng for the1 names of
persons who will this year change
their votes, ,with thou- reasons for
, .changing, the inquiry to. be careful
and impartial, misrepresenting no
ono. ' From the mass of returns sent
in thoso wore selected for publication, and those only, that complied
with the calls for names and reasons.
A 'close analysis of the retui ns Shows
''.(95 answers from persons in widely-
separated counties of Illinois and
Indiana, and by their repqrted occupations—professional men, manufacturers, mechanics,. farmers, employers, tvnd laborers—thoy represent in very fair proportions the
constituent parts of one community
of five hundred voters. Considering
now, what their vote was in 1884,
and what it may be expected to be
in 1888, the count shows :
1SS+. ISSS.
Cleveland 171 I Cleveland.,..250
Blaiuo 300 I Harrison 150
St. John  lOlFisk  70
Eutlei'     8 I Labor    4
It must be borne in mind, says an
exchange, commonting on this, that
'every ono of these votes is changed.
Not one of tlie 171 who voted for
■ Cleveland in 1884 vote for him this
year, but their places are supplied by
139 others. Tho deduction from
this is that the tarill question is
causing a prodigious turnover of
votes and that in tbe agricultural
districts Cleveland will make very
large gains over his vote in 1884.
. In. the Weekly Columbian of
this week, published Wednesday
morning, appears detailed and interesting reports (principally telegraphic) of tho various local agricultural exhibitions held, in Westminster district during the last few days,
the same reports appearing in the
dailies. The Chilliwhack and Surrey
exhibitions are reported in full, but
it was found; impossible, even by
telegraph, to get the prize list of the
Ladner's Landing fair in time for
publication either in Tuesday's daily
or Wednesday's weekly. Our special
representative on the grounds has,
however, telegraphed a very full
desoriptivo account of the genera!
features of this show, which appears
in both the above-mentioned papers.
The prize list will appear in the next
daily and weekly. A careful perusal
nnd comparison of the various reports cannot but prove interesting.
It will bo seen that while various
portions of the district surpass each
other slightly in difi'erent directions,
there is a very high stnndard of ex-
j? Icnce apparent throughout. One
is almost forced to the conclusion
that were an average exhibit from
any of these shows transported across
the continent and entered against
similar products in the east, British
Columbia would score a point, every
time. The mention about peaches,
grapes;. etc., is very gratifying, as
proving beyond e. doubt that these
delicious fruits, not generally supposed to be within the large catalogue
of our fruit-raising possibilities,
can bo grown and refined in
this district to perfection. The
various other fruits, the ■ different
vegetables, grains, and the products
of the dairy, all make a splendid
showing. Au unmistakable advance, too, is being made; nnd
great apparent, interest manifested, in the introduction of and
raising thoroughbred .and graded
stock. A . feature worthy of
special mention in connection with
nil the local shows was the creditable
floral display made by the ladies, ns
also the evidences of their taste and
skill in the innumerable sorts of artistic fancy work. Tho comparisons,
too, with previous years are very encouraging, giving proof positive that
satisfactory process is being made
in agricultural, as in other directions,
throughout the district and tho
province.. As wo havo before re-
niniW. the products of British Columbia, agricultural and otherwise,
speak for, themselves and the country that .produces them, in unmistakable terms. Wc congratulate the
farmers of the districts upon the unqualified success of their various
local exhibitions. In no other way,
perhaps, i can the true nature and
capacities of the province bo so well
disclosed, and the stigma which tho
thoughtless and tho uninformed have
cast, upon our agricultural fame, be
removed.
i To what heights hnd depths, literally, will not the reckless determination to gratify the already overindulged sensationalism of this generation, carry the obliging caterers to
the public teste 1 Balloon ascensions, coupled with the "parachute
net," are now tlie rage back east, both
in Hit) States and Canada. No outdoor public occasion is considered
complete now unless some daring
leronaut risks being converted into a
jelly fish for tho publio delectation.
Tlio trick is to go up a thousand, fifteen hundred, or two thousand feet
in the air, seated in u little basket
attached to the lower end of an umbrella bundle—tho umbrella being,.
of course, built on a large scale, then
to cut the ropeB connecting tho
aforesaid umbrella with the balloon
above, and drop ,likc a plummet?
toward the .earth. Thfe, uiiibrcllijjl
technically ktioi,vu as n pfriichuto, tt,
supposed tov j-rodua'ly expand anft
check the lightning descent, bringing"
the lerial voyageur gently lo tho
ground. Oases have been known
where it didn't expand or open, owing to somo entanglement of the
ropes appertaining, and the result
was almost too horrible to imagine.
Only, the other, day,, the paraohute
of.oneof.tJiesFa'.high-Byirs failed to
work until he had fallen abaut five
hundred feet, when it fortunately
on me to timeandsnvedfrom anything
more severe tlian a pretty lively jarring. A brother nironnut not long ago
dropped into a lake, umbrella and
all, and was pioked up'by a boat
Our readers will not need to be told
what our despatches informed them
the other day, of the unfortunate
young man of Ottawa, who failed to
let go of a ropo soon enough at a
balloon ascension nt'a fall'exhibition
in that city recently, and was carried up a thousand foet, from which
dizzy height he dropped to tlie cruel
earth, in view of the assombled
thousands, and was: literally pulverized. He is said to have dropped
feet first.for a portion of. the distance, but finally turned over, striking the earth flat on his back. Observers noticed him during bis rapid
descent passing his arm over his
face, as though wiping the prcspira
tion from his brow,. Such a scone
would probably only stimulate.tho
appetito of the crowd for moro horrors. Tho leronaut came soiling
down shortly aftorwards safely,
hanging onto his big umbrella.. At
another fair, this one at a place
called Centreville, near Kalamazoo,
Michigan, held a littlo over a week
ago, the following sensational scene
was witnessed: The crowd had
gathered to see Professor liartholo.
mow make a balloon ascension.
Everything was in readiness for the
event, and the word had been given
to the men holding the guy ropes to
stand firm and let go quickly at a
given signal. An old man named
Mark Sanborn; of Burr Oak, was
adjusting the ropes of the paraohute
with which Bartholomew was to
descend, when the balloon, started
off, and one of. the parachute ropes
became entangled about Sanborn's
leg above the knee, carrying him up
1,500 feet, head downward. Sanborn
struggled herd to free himslf as he
shot upward through tbe air, but to
no avail. The crowd was horrified,
and all expected to see him fall to
the earth and be crushed to piecei,
After the balloon had reached its
highest altitude it 'descended, landing Sanborn Safely astride a rail
fence, where ho- was rescued, more
scared than hurt, Bartholomew saw
tiuthehadapassengertrailing behind
him as he went up, and told the unlucky mon to "hang on" and he
would try to bring the balloon to
land, which he did. Sanborn then
snid, " I wouldn't go up in that way
again for all Centreville. When, oh,
when, shall poor British Columbia
have balloon ascensions nnd big umbrellas—and bigger fools—to draw
crowds at her annual fall exhibitions! The intelligent reader will
see that in.no other, way can a really
successful fall exhibition be expected. .   ....
Is there anything more annoying than
having you: corn stepped upon 1 Is thero
anything moro delightful thou getting
rid of it.? Holloways Corn Curo will do
it.   Try it and' be convinced.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
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i; wanted, (with or avlthont boiirlll. Ad-
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TRUNKS
IN ALL SIZES,
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Rug & Shawl Straps.
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CLOTHIER & HITTER,
(Joi.umiiia Sr., Orr. Teleobafii Osncs,
' New Wnlmln.ltr, B. C.
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And Carbuncjcs n*ult from a debilitated,
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blood. Ayor's Sursaj larilla prevents am)
cages thege eruptions aad painful tumors,
by removing thoir cause ■ tho only effectual way of treating them.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has prevented tha
usual course of Boils, which have pained
and distressed mo every season for several years.-*. G. Scales, Plainyille, Mich,
I was badly troubled with Pimples on
thoiacej also with a discoloration of the
skin, which showed itself in ugly dark
patches. No externa} treatment did
•more than temporary good. Ayer's Sarsaparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
and I have not been troubled since.—
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I was troubled with Bolls, and my
health was much Impaired, I began
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, In due
time, tho eruptions all disappeared, and
ray health was completely restored.—
John it. Klkina, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. C.
I was troubled, for a long time, with a
Uumor which appeared ou my face in
jgly Pimples and Blotches, Ayer's Sar-
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blood' puriflor In the world.—Charles H.
Smith, North Craftsbury, Vt.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
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Price 81- six bottles, «B.
New Westminster Southern Ry
< Northern Terminus.
Messrs!'w.,1. walker a comp-y
have lots for sale lh tho city from
SijOupwrrUfl,
Also, immediately adjoining the City
llriU'3 from $26 upwards; nnd a few remaining lots at Sapperton at $100 on very
eniy lermH.  '
Also, Farming Land in Surrey Municipality, hear the International boundary,
nnd along the llneof railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsville innm-clnss situations
nt profitable rates.
Iiitcndin-* Investors nre Invited to call
Immediately, before prices aro advanced,
The advertisers oflbr their services as
agents for tho PURCHASERS of property,
nud as such will give the fullest Information ami advlee to their best ability, to
strangers aud others, respecting any proposed investment In land, whether in
their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, City. dw7nutc
W. E FALES,
PRACTICAL_UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden anil Me tulle Bur*
lol Cmket ■. F liner nil conducted,
A' f nil line of Coffin Trimmings always on
> hand.  Parties nt a distance supplied at
shortest notice.    Satisfaction yuaraii'
teed' In overy particular.
dwooite Columbia St. Ntw Weit.
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
*     Medicine.
Tvtt, JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SYS-
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Blindness,* Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Erysipelas, Bright'it Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and all chronic complaints, Fevers,Small Pox, Plies,Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlpthcrla, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bone, Whooping Cough,
Otiolera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints. The system
Is simple. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells nnd tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
mcnts.Organlo Bodies and so on which nre
normally prepared In the body by the
glands. For sale by
dsaute M. DESBRISAY.
TO SAW JILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co.id.
Peterborough* Out.
'  Manufacturers of
S.4WM1LL EXGIKESA\D DOILEBS
Cam, Cimuim and Heavy Band Saw Mills
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends,have appointed
Messrs. F.G. Strickland & Co,
MILLWRIGHTS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS,
11        ITF.STMlV-iTKlt,
Their Sole, Agents for this Province,
Wo are now building a special llneof
Machinery for this country, equal to anything 'hit fit on the American confluent.
Beforo making any changes you will do
well to correspond with our agents.
VM.'HAMILTON, Hr.
nilKdwtc President.
DR. CHILD'S
An Infallible Remedy!
'•I1 had Piles very bud. Treatment by
various doctors and nt Medical Institute
did me no good, Dr. Child's Pile Ointment cured me," J, KiVn,
"I had Piles fifteen years, A $2 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment lias about cured
mo." J. ROM.EY.
(Mr. R. now reports that he Is completely cured),
"I hnd Piles over ten years, Suffered
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's PHo Ointment, which gave Immediate relief, nnd
I now consider myself cured."
THOS. ECKRUSLKV,      i
Loco. Engineer,
"I bad Piles'about thirty years. Was
often Tald up with them,' Was under
treatment three months In hospital at St.
Paul,biit'nothingdld ine much good till
I got Dr. Child's Pile Ointment, wlileh relieved me Instantly, One pot cured mo
andtffo'othermflh."
,           j. h. Cruiksuanxh,
1   ' ' ,        Painter.
PRIOE,   ONE  DOLLAR
—-HOLD UY	
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New Westminster, Brit..Col.
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Ulsters fc Jackets,
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Dress-Making!
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New Westminster, B.C.
ear satisfaction guaranteed.      daplSlc
rABHioar a tit.ti
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(Late op England) .
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER
. atrSntlBfaotlon guaranteed.     dwfeTtc
iTOTlOB.
PRICES OF ROUGH LUM-
ber have been established
on the basis of $11 per thousand feet. A detailed price list
will be sent on application.
ROYALCITY PLANING MILLS OO.
I Limited I.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. ILdJ
dwsplfiml
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT.
ED STOCK OP
English, French, Scotch,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown In New Weatmlnater.
Westof England Broadcloths
and Doeskins iiiid Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. McKonile St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
daplato
C. E. WOODS A. 0. GAMBLE,
Laid Sumin*. Kotmv Puiuo.
Voob,MBui
LAND SURVEYORS,
«l wim auvii i
AND CONVEYANCERS.
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FIRE.-The Western ot Toronto/The .Etna, The City uf London, and The- Hartford.
LIFE.—The New York Life Insurance Co.
aooidkSiT-Tiic Traveller!' of Hartford
Land Snrvea-h.g in nil lta branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Land, for Sale,
We can allow a cempleto list of desirable
localities.
FarmingI,nii,l,, Improved and unlm-
prove i, tlirunghtiiit the district.
Mining and ullitiv Slock bought nnd
told.
Money to Loan on Ural mortgage nt
low ratea.	
Tei.ei'uonkcall No. 33.
P.O. DHAWEltW.
WOODS, IIIBNUR 4 0AMBH,
Offiii, Elum'i Bum,  -  columiia Shut
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dmhllte
3Z  OO.
Real  Estate,
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 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact oil Bualnctt relitlng to
Real Estate.
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Hartford.
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OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
uWlU'jl
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Fart (90 Acres) of Lot No. 450, Group
II., in thii District of New Westaln-
iter.'■
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title or Isaac Sinclair Johnston la
the above lands has been lost oi deitroyed, und application hat been mado lor a
duplicate thorcof;   '
Notice Is therefore hereby given that a
fresh Certificate wilt be Issued In
lion of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause bo shown to the contrary within
one month Irom the date hereof. - -
..R.W. ARMSTRONG,-
Deputy Registrar.
Laud Registry Offlce,
New West., 2Mb. Sept., 1988.     daeMml
NOTICE.
Canada Life Asiuiunei Co,
-pAIWIEB INBURBD IN .THK ABOVE
V Company, whose Premium! are payable lit Eastern point*, can bnve-tlie place
of payment thereof changed to thin eity,
froiMif charge, l>y applying to tlio under*
signed,
»jritlHhN I ah in In HiIk lemllnitrnna*
illuii I'-tniimiiy nt iu»nt fltvorable ratcH.
.'    HENRY V. EDMONDS,
iljeiitc Agent.
Agents:  T.N.HIBBEN A CO., Victoria.
dwocSyl
•ETOTIOE
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Iv we have made application to tbe
Hon. Miniiter of thn Inferior (or a lease
for timbering purposea of the following
describe* trait ot land)
_-,.    ^ nt a phst planted slthe
tork. of Silver Crook (On Harrlaon Lake),
.lout one ud a-hall mile, from IU
jnoutb ^thenoe east 80 ehalna, thenco
aouth la) chains, thenoe west 100 ohalns,
thenoe .north ,120 ohalns, thence east 80
chaina, tojplace of commencement.
BRUNETTE S AW MILL CO. (Ld.)
-   '     —■ H.,IiiJ)l  	
daeS2ml . Perl
DltBlCK, Manager.
•tsroi'ios.
A8ITTINO OP THE COUNTY OOURT
wllIbeheldatlATTONon M»day
the Wk day «f October, ifMi, at ten
o'clock In the forenoon.
By Command. .
W. DODD,
Registrar O, O.
Lytton, September 24,1RS£    seKdwtd
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WUARP STREET • Y1CT0KIA.
Jt-OXOSrrB   TOB
North British ana Mercantile
insurance Co. Tor mainland.
H.C. BEETON*CO.,
36 Plnabnry Circui,
I . - London, E.C.
Munoa
NOTICE 18 HRRKBV QIVfcN THAT
60 days after date wo Intend making
applloalion to tho Chief CominlsHlonerof
T-nnd! ft WorkH for permtHnlon to purchase the followlni* desortbtd land- in
Coast Dlstrlot, Province of British Columbia!
No. 1.—Commencing at the N. E. corner
of Lot 34, nhnge;l<Viildei Aland)- thence
cult, (on (10) chains, south lo shore lino of
Hoskyn Inlet, thence nofthweiterly along
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet and Village
bay to tho H. E. corner of Lot M, thence
along Its cistern boundary to point of
commencement — containing about HO
acres.
No. 2.—Tbo small Island lying nt tbe
head of Villa?® buy, Valdez Island, containing about line (l) acre.
Now West,, B. C, Hcpt, 10,1838.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited)
By their Agent,
dsellin'J Chakles E. Woods.
North British and
Mercantile
Jsj£xMM '■"
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1900.
AirtiorUea Ostltsl,   •
SsbscrlbM ■■"       • ■. S.BOO^Oll
raid up, .    095,000
Flro Fund A llotcrves, as
at 31st Doc, 1887,       •      1,188,118
Revenue Fire Branch,     1,«9,3H
i^-Rates as Low as any other
rcliableCompany doing business iii British Columbia.
J. Q. JAQUES
'i
Agent for New Wettmlntter City and
Dlttrlet.
3^rpTICO"13
HENRY VTOMONOS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AND—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
jsroonoB.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
■lxty days after date we Intend mnk*
Ing application tothoChlefCoinmlsKloner
of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described lands
Bituateon Vttldez Island, Coast District,
British Columbia:
Commenelnfratapolnton the east boundary of Lot 17, Const District, 20 chains
south of the northeasterly corner- of
said lot, thenco east 40 chains, south, to
the shore line of Village Bay, northeasterly along said shore line to the southeast
corner of Lot 84, Coast District, north to
the shore line of Main Lake, along west
shore line of said lake north westerly to
tho first point where our timber lease "L"
crosses Bald lake, thence along our timber
lease lines In a generally west direction
to a point 40 ohalns due north of tbe north*
enst cornerof Lot 17, Coast District, thence
due south 40 chains to the northeast cornerof Lot 17, Coast. District, thenoe south
40 chains, east.40 chains, nnd south 20
chains to point of commencement.
Royal City Planing Mills Co. (Ld.)
By their agent, C E. Woods,
New Westminster, B. C,
August flth, 1888. au7d2m
Annual Gathering!
Xtf.JkXXtXtJk.XtX*
v.: • soci^mr
WILL TAKE"  PLACE AT THK
AGRICULTURAL HALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Thursday, October 4th, 1888
: Tod price list for the Gaines and Sports
Is very large.
Thero will be a GIIAND BALL lu the
-wenlug.
Look out for Posters.
PETER GRANT,
dwauDOtd Secretary.
THE ANNUAL
EXHIBITION
—OK THE	
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Agricultural Association
WlLLttEllELDAT
Agricultural Hull,  Beacon
Hill, Victoria, B.C.,
y,   , —-on— ■
tHbRSD AY,--F^I DAY'ft SATURDAY
•elolwrftb, MliandOtts.
Thunday will be devoted to Judging of
articles and animals on exhibition.
, The doors will be open at 0 o'clock a.m.,
on Friday and Saturday.
TICKETS OF ADMI&ION-Flfty Cents
for Adults; 23 cents for Children.
Intending exhibitors are requested to
notify the Secretary. „.--■•■
THOMAS RUSSELL,
dwsel7td Secretary.
GREAT
—to nis—
iVO
BHE BtJlLDINGS
COLUMBIA STREET,
NBW WESTHlNri'f'fiiB, !-  61 fc
propertYfor sale
IN ALL PAKTS Of THE
City land I District «f Now
CITY »' VANCOUVfeR
Ot VjXljtkiLWktl®   'il   ' .
IheCasWaHttitiiuraaeeCo., '
Iho Xstlonsl Fire Amraiee C»H   ,
Ihe Norwli-i Unlva lire Uuraiee
8oijle|*ri. ,■    ,    '.- :>
.riiinu. mrceled M Heal Eallle ll
Reaaonnble Hale,. 	
E8TJl-*isi«Or*D..-fl<4.
1 HAVE RECEIVED INT8BUCT10NS
I to aell by Public Auctionatthe Colonial Hotel, ou
Saturday, October tilth,
■    t   ■ AT 8 O'CWCK, P.M.     '
IpHAT VALUABLE HOUSE AMD LOT
* on Ainet ttreet weit. nnd known a.
IaatO,Blook XXXIII, New >Vettmlniter
City. Thia ta n full alte lot with good alx-
room Houae, .tabling for lour nonet, an
excellent garden of bearing Fruit Tree.,
- snd . never tailing nipple of par. iprlng
>at«. Terml, IIS* oath, balane.nl 8 per
''■st*!.-   .'•-,..
THE 8. W. QUARTER OF SECTION 80,
Group 2,8^ mil,. Irom New We«t.
mlmter, with hall a mile frontage on the
Scott Rood lending to Isdnora Landing.
Tbla I. an .loellent ohanoe lo .enure t
good ranch within eaiy reach of tho city.
The growth la principally light alder, ind
the noil la of excellent qSnllty. Terml, 25
per cent, caab, balance at 8 per cent. j
IPHAT VERT ELIDIBLE LOT ON AO-
X nea itreet, next the iPeildence. of Mr,
I'hllllpg, and known aa Lot 80, Viotoria
QardeiiH! thetlteof the loll. 98 x 181 foet,
Thi. la one of tlio beat lituated lot. on thi.
Blre.1, and ahould meet with ready aale. i
ANNAOIS JSLAND.
A UO THAT VERY DESIRABLE FRO-
**• perty known a. "Annacla Ialand,"
Thl.lal.nd It altuate about thrtmuartcrt
ol. mile below New WMUllnaler Oily oh
IbeFroaer lllver. It contains 905 Hint, a
great part of which li prairie with a heavy
growth of Umber around thi outer edge ol
tbo ltfind, forming an eloellent ih.lter
and making It eminently ndapWd for n
mock ranch. Home of the land ba. been
cultivated, and II li upon thla Ialand that
th. beet auger Indnatry was laUbllahed.
Ttflt »wp.rty .will W lonnd .frprlby lb.
attention ol capllalltti, at In the handi of
competent parllca thla Ialand could be
ccnvenlintly out up Into imall 'arniB of
aay to acrei each, nnd would bring In »
UniUomo return for tbe Investment And
parllca locating bore would be within
(sty roach of the clty.ind have thead-
viuitegeaof a ready and conataut market
roi-'all tbey could produce. ,
;s MO SEVERAL CHOICE LOT8I0 X
A IU In I/Ot. Ill, Block XIII, New W"*>-
mlmter auburbs; and In Lot 9, Block X,
New Weatmlnater aubnrbe, facing on the
Dollglat Roud. Terml, one-third oath,
balance In tbm und.lx monthi, at 8 per
**»»**•'     b/TRAPP,,
Ktitd Anolloncir.
TIMETABLE
Str. "Siadys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chllllwliack and wuyiiliiceB
on TUESDAYS; THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 n. m., returning on the following days. Foralllnrthei Information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmySto On the Whoif.
A FARM OONTAININU 650 AOREs
A Prairie Land, 5 rallea from Port
Moody, 8 milea from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road,
Can be purchased with or without stock,
Terms easy,—Apply to
' A. MCLEAN,
Pilt Meadows;
or to . SHANNON * HA^L
dwaulSto Vancouver.
^"BCCEJITI-X:
OOIDJAKT
OE    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES  ISSUED AT   THE Lowest ratea, and no combination with
any other Companies.
' ' „      JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
dje8te ,        ..-.,   AuitsT.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agentb.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
Royal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies.
■a-Vnluable Lotu for Hale In (ho City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots in the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell oity or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Offices; Bank of B.C. building, opposite
poslofllce, Westminster, nnd Hastings St.,
Vancouver, dwapltStc
PORT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
Ami GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-claas and furnished In
good Hliape.
.9. Send 15 cte. lor valuable 80-nage Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful colored platea.. Price Lists lent free.
G. W. HENRY,
dwdelOto PortHammond, B.C.
SlfiiiSoi
HAVING OPENED ON
Front Street, 0pp. C. P. N. Wharf,
TA/ISHES TO INFORM THU PEOPLE
v v of Weatmlnater that thoy nre prepared to Bell
Oliolcc Family Groceries nnd
Clothiiijr,   ■■■■',
At LOWEST PRICES. Call nml Inspect
nur Stock beforo purchasing elsewhere,
and you will save nioucy by it.
dse7n-.l N. C. MtKEEN & SON.
XtXtTrV
Stationery S; Fancy Boodi.
.. -  STOEE.     ■■
MISS   PEEBLES
INTENDS TO OI'EN ON THE 6+11 SEPTEMBER, in the new
QUEEN'S HOTEL BUILDlNfii;
recently erected by Mr. Duncan, a Gene*
nil Stationery and Fancy Goods Store,
Being thoroughly experienced In the
trade, and having made arrangements to
get regular supplies direct from the Eng
lish and foreign markets, she hopes to receivo the support of, the cltlzous of New
Westminster and surrounding districts.
A large variety of CHRISTMAS C*A RD9
and CHOICK FANCY GOODS and FINE
AKT PUBLICATIONS are now on .tho
way and will bo received In timo for the
Chriitmos>trade.   i     ,."-.   & a , ■;
Tbfi Ooodt will be marked at tholowest
prices FOR CASK ONLY.        dwselml
RiniS,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Keload Iiik Tools,
ii   FlghlUK Tackle..
ALL KINDS OF 8P0BTLNG GOODS...
BUI, BEAVER AND Mi OTHER TMPJ. ,
lei aad Snriag- ICaeluae Keedln
ASPEOIAIiTY^ . ,
A fine line of Cutlery, Pipct, Bar floods,
Fancy Good!, to.,,
s-rThe laiirest assortment of Single
and Double, Breech nnd Muttle-loivllng
SHOWJUNS In thCiiiBvIiice,froinr3np
toiwo. W-W.OnioiiorQnnB, ,      .  .     ,
S.H.WEBB,
AUCTIOllF.ER * ArFRAIIIB.
New Weitmlnittr, B. C.    i UwtelOma   I
M.A.McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
has Just received a full line'
:    -
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
O vercoatIUB,TroiiNcrliiK and
Pamy VcHtlng. "'•'
a
ttryre keep a largo and aolcot Block of.
everything that Is found In any Sr.ter.ll
TalloilngEaiabllshment. u
OPWilTE OotONIAt HOTIL
OOLUMEU 8T„   •   N«W WHH4UHOB,;
awBiraWlc HEAO  TOWARD THE   NORTH.
An American Pliyalclan Tlilnhs This the
. '        Bight itny To Sleep Well.
'Thero Is no doubt in ray mind that thi
belief that human beings Should sleep
* .'with-thelrborlica'lyliignorth anil south
has its foundation In true scientific facts.
Each IiuiiKiii  system   has    magnetic
polea— ono positive anil -one -negative.
Now, it is true that some persons have
tho positive pole in tlio hcatl, and tho
negativo polo in tlio feet, and vice versa.
In order that tha person sleeping should
bs in perfect harmony with the magnetic
phenomena of tlio earth, tlio head, If it
possess the positlvo pole, should lio to tho
south, or, if the feet possess, tlio positive.
'   pole,thillicndlhojald Ilo.toihonorth.. ,.
{< ;'Tlio-Jipiliiiye'palashould ftlwnyilIe;op*'
posito 1.0 the magnetic centre of the o'ou-
tiuent, and thus- maintain n magnetic
equilibrium.   ,Tho positive polo of the'
:; person draws'oho way, lmtvtha magnetic
polo of 1 ho earth drawn tho' other way,
and forces the blood toward tho feet, affects the iron in the system, tones up tlie
ncrvis,niitl makes sleep refreshing and
Invigorating; 1   '       '     - j ,
But if tho person Bleeps tho wrong way
and falls to become mugnotk-ally en rapport with the earth, ho will then probably
bo too magnetic, and lie will havo n fever
resulting from thomngiiotlo forces working too fast, or ho will uot bo magnetic
jenough, nud.tho great drain will cause a
'"feellug.of lassitude, sleep will not. be refreshing, and ill tho morning lie willhavo
■ no more energy than there is in . cake of
soap,
Somo persons may scoff at these Ideas,
but the greatest scientific men of the
world linrestudied the subject, Only re;
cently tha French Academy of Science
made experiments ..upon tho.bo'djr ot.
guillptiricil'lim'tt which go to'provo that
each human system is la itself an electric
- -, b.ttci-j-f one clootroda* boing represented
■by thohead,. tho other liy'tho feet'..
Tho body was taken Immediately after
dentli and placed upon » 'pivot,'to move
ns It might. After somo vacillation the
hciul portion' turned toward tho north,
tho body then roniainiiigstationary.  Qno
;.of:', !io i-rofc^ors, turned 'it hall >ay
'vr8rltiil{ liit It' soon regained its'original
position, and tlio sanio result 'waa're-
pcatcilly obtained until organic movements finally ceased.—St. Louis Globe-
Democrat..
THOMAS   F.   MARSHALL.
Ai Seen in His Frlmo and   ofterir.rd
When a Wreck.
I never saw Mr. Marshall but twice,
onco when he was In .the', meridian of his
Intellectual strength, the accomplished
and magnetic orator, and again when he
had faiien from his high estate to be ths
slave of intemperance, au object of painful commiseration.,
Afewdaj'i after* the unsuccessful efforts made lu tlio House in 1S37 to pan a
resolution of censurengainst John Quincy
Adnnis for his temerity iu presenting a
'. petition from slaves, lu which effort Mr.
Marshall took a leading part, I happened
to lie seated with aamo Southern memben
of Congress at the dinner table of one of
the Washington hotels when Mr. Marshall came In.
It seemed that Mr. Adami had laid or
done something that day which had irritated theso gimtlomen, rtiiil as Mr. Marshall was taking his seat it the table ono of
them exclaimed;
"Well, Marshall, tho old devil has been
at work again; you most take him lu
hand.1' ■','.,>:.'•
"Not I," replied Mr. Marshall, with a
.decisive shake of the head; "1 havo- been
gored onco by the d—d old bull, and
havo had enough of hlm. If there is to be
any more of this kind of work, it muat bo
iindertnke"B' by somebody else. The old
devil, as you call him, Is a matoh' for a
score of such fellows as you and I." ,.
Many years after I law Mr. Marshall In
Washington. He wu pointed out to mo
In tho Lake House, In Chicago, sitting
upon a bench with the-meesenger boys,
and talking to them Incoherently—a mental and physical wreck.
. He had joined temperance societies, and
made temperance speeches equal to the
best of Gough's, for, like Gough, he spoke
from his own experience. His description
of tho terrible next morning following
the night's debauch was is truthful and
touching as It wai graphic..      „tti„
For month! together he seemed to have
conquered hii enemy, a (hirst for intoxicating drink, but Its hold had became too
Itrong to bo overcome. Hs reiolv'ed, and
re-retolved, and diet th.vlcfilni.of »lco-
bol, ' ,       -, . I.
I have known many victims of intemperance, but none who have fallen from
so distinguished a position, whoa, ruin
wis so lamentable nnd complete,—H, Mc-
CnllochlnSorihner'i. .......
VARIETY   IN' LAUGHTER..
Thi SlfllOcKio. of Dlfr.r.nt Model nt
.'; ' Oacklnullon.   ;:
An authority on laughter says vrltb
more or leas reason;
It bu been obierved that laughter li
Indicative "of a particular temper and
character, according to the lound ot th.
vowel that prevails In cachinnation.
Persons that laugh In a broad Latin" A"
are open-hearted, honest people, fond of
nhlsy jocundity, but porSfips of volublo
tnood,. Excessive ierkihginnghter, how
ever, la an evidence of vulgarity. Thos,
'"JPSSln* In a dry "A" ito reipoctablo,
but little explosive, aud a hard lot of
people.
When the Latin "E" prevail! thero pre-
valla also . phlegmatic, melancholy temper. ,,
TlmorouB, unsteady people, alio thoa.
enibuml with malignity, lag In a kind of
nvelling "I."
Laughter In "0" Ii tho utterance of
pigutLbttfk.Imperative, lomejvhnt bantering people.
Boworo of those that laugh in "oo" (u).
Tl^(ai.o.traitora,liaters1-scornori.. ■■'■;
-   "* ,
Cramped for Room.
Saturday night In Chicago I. ono of .'ha. i
busiest ui,",hts in tho week. "      - H
"Isay,inyfrloud,'l remarked *p«bl«ai
man to a'cltizcn wlibwnsresting his head
against a curbstone, ','ilonffr'you tblnk-.'a>'
lamp post would look a little more respectable than thlg.so'rt.ofilhlngj'P•''      '■ I ■  ' t
"S'hobm. (hie), offshur," replied tin
citizen earnestly, "I tried seven'lamp
poshts nn.' (kio) found 'cm.iijl oeo'pted,"..,,
-'i ;i »P —,.' ■  'I 11.  , > ■
Sand To Cun the lenate. ,
Senatorial flvd-initiuto irleochoi ire
tlmeil^ba/ iiii.ohl-fa«kioii,.d tlmt gliss. ;■'
When 'a Senator at Wait instoit • begins''
hlitnnaaHis flic |Jl<is3is',tif?ai:il so that
tho smiils be.^in to run. When the lait
grain drops through t!ia tiny opening the
presiding or.cer's nave! feifWSi aud tho
itrcam of eloquent, li cut oC short.;     ...i
An England-street tlyenrold-mlss, who
has thus caviy evidently grown ta. 1 of
workinghiu'd to,bogonil, endedher little
prayer thus tho other iilglit:
"i'leose, God, mnltc the n jjood girl
wlUiput,my helplngl»-st. Album Mel-
mm.
Your Children
Aro conatantly exposed to danger from
Colds; Whooping Cough, Croup, and
diseases pecqlto to tho throat i and
lungs. For .fuclr ailments, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral, promptly administered, affords speedy relief and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children were
afflicted, wo used, during the past winter, with much satisfaction, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, wo
consider this preparation the most efficacious of all, the medicines which have,
come to our knowledge.—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Home for Littlo
Wanderers, Doncastor, Md.
Uy children havo heen jMculiarV subject to attacks of Croup, end II Wled to
find any effective remody. hntU I commenced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty of fcwathina and Invariably
cures tbe complaint.—David G. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
tn my family for many years, and
have found it especially valuable in
whooping Cough. | This medicine allays
all irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to the lungs- and quickly sab-
dues any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J. B. Wellington, Plainville, Mich.
I find no medicine so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, as Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It Baved the life of my
littlo boy, only six months old, carrying
him safely through the worst case ol
Whooping Couch I ever saw.—Jane
Malone, finey Flats, O^nn.     ,       tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared byDr. J.O.Ay.rftOo,Lewall. lass.
Sold by.11 Druggist,, film tli all bottiaa,II.
■fcTO'i'ICE!.
WHEREAS MY WIPE, MARGARET
GIBSON, haa left my bed and board
without any provocation avhatever, this is
to notify all persons not to trust heron
my account, as I will not paynnydcblB
which she mny'contract.
JAMES GIBSON.
Chilli whack, August 4,1888. ,  dwnulinll
 -aTOTX&E,
SiWINO TO THE THREATENED AP-
' proach of Small-pox to our city, the
ard of Health would urge upon the oltl*
sens the Immediate necessity of being
vaccinated,
■ By order of the Board,
' ■■   $ - H. I* DbBECK,
dsc20wl Chairman.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOL.DEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the j
FARMERS'HOME I
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates!    '" ■
Board per day „ |1 00
"      "  week  it 6 00
Single Meal    26
Beds ,...., , ,,„     25
Sr»*LGood accommodation for Ladies and
families. myWc
Flowers for sails   ■	
GAX.X.   -A.-B?
ll
OLD STMd,
01>p. the C. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
For a General AsKortnient of
Dry Goods,
OLOtDECtlTG-,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries, Crocker]-, Cord'
age, tSc. .
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Boy, Grain, feed, Ac
FAI*t,M  PROpUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
JjUttsU' WISH,
Fnosr Stiubt,   -   New Westmikstmi.
'   ;    ■- dmy22ml
CHINA 4, JAPAN
' ;'l
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
consignment of all klndfl of'
CELEBRATED TEA,
Bmbrolderod Silk «oodi,
Shawli, Screens, Bed Qpllti,  ;
Dreiiion aovil. lie., lie.
 ALSO—      -
Porcelain, Satiami, Clolianne,
Bronte, Inr*, Sandalwood md
CnrlOl of Every Detcription.
IMPIMTED BY EVERT ITMKM W|I«T FROM
>■*     i;fi^T^,to*-y.;T*f
Hoping that you will honor us with your
visit, we remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STBEET,  KlW WimillTU. B. C.
Post Offlce Box No. 7.       -.,  i  ddeSyl
PROCMMATIO^
Fl
1 il nrn.nv rnociAWKn a
Public Holiday.
By order of the Council,   I     -
110 a it   '■   B.-PIOKINBOIT,; 3
i  ,    'jrtJWifl
New West,, 39th Sept., 18a*     d«W ,i.
NOTICE.
ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS duo
. the Royal Oity Planing Mills Go.
must be settled on or before Sept. 30th or
they will be placed In Court for collection.
To all censstmers of Bnlldlng Mntcrlali
Until further notice, wo offer jjreat inducements to all cash purchasers.
p  ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
New West, Aug, 31,1888.        dwau81ml
Contract Refused
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OP MY MATTRESSES
Mouth0' '^ Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts.
N. B,—A first-class Uphollterer employed.
ilaulle      P. PEEBLES.
J. & W.STUART,
Musselburgh, Scotland,
Manufacturers and Patentees of the Celebrated Machine-made
G
tOUBLE KNOTTED
9    SALMON NETTIN
•OTwViKrEis, dBO.
HA. The largo .demand for Messrs.
Stuart's manufactures bos resulted In
very extensive additions to their Establishment at Musselburgh, In order to keep
up with the requirements of the trade.
. orders ter Beaton, IHM, are in course of
execution, and to ensure prompt delivery
Indent! should bo sent in without delay.
ROBERT  WARD &  CO.,
Sole Agenta lor Britiih Columbia.
/.:■ i      dieftml
ESTABLISHED 1859.
KOBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Newi* Opposite the colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
iswrtment of ill description! of
I,   .il,.*. ii-a*    .'    * *   '   .        ,. .
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, ud mpplled to Am.
Illei,' Reitunnti, ud Stauuoati at th.
LOWEST possible: PRICES.
GEORGE  BYRNES
AVCTIONBEA.
AUCi^ION
PROVINCIAL
Government Lands
NORTH MM OF FRASER RIVER, MD ADJACENT
LANDS, NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
TUESDAY, ailril OCTOBER
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.
I hive been inttrncted by the Chief
Commieaioner of Landi snd Worki to tell
by Auction
AT VANOOUVER, B. 0.
Seven! parcel! of fine agricultural lands,
situate on or near the North Arm of Fra-
ler River, being inb-divltloni of Lots 325,
328,329,330, 331,332 to 330, 149,150,
IM, 175,106, 155. The aubdivisions of
then Lota contain from 27 to 172 acres
uoh) U» location of theso lots ia shown
on tbe preient maps of the District.
Tbe fnrrni In the Immediate vicinity or
these Lots nre considered the finest nirrl-
cultural properties In British Columbia.
Some of trie lot. front nn the North Arm,
and others are In the Immediate vicinity
of the same.
Steamer, run dally from New Westmln-
aterand Vanoouver,poat these valuable
properties        ^^
lets en fm, and ton 3W tn IM.
AH situate between the North Arm of l»rn-
ser Biverand VaiicoiiverOlty. The North
Arm Boad from Vanoouver runs through
these Jjotu. aad there nre other roads laid
out that will give tw.au* to each of them.
This property commences about i\i mlieii
south of Vancouver City and is bounded
on tbe west by the 0. P. Railway Lund
Grant, and Is surveyed into lots containing from A to £6 acres eaoh, maps of which
will shortly be ren-lr (or-4fitrtbutton.
All the lands to bo sold aw well adapted
for agricultural,dairy ororcliHrdpurpo-tcri,
and on acrount of their close proximity io
the markets of Van«mverand Nhw West-
ulnster allies, will bo desirable tmiportli'S
for families seeking a home or for invest*
ment.
The C. P, Hallway arc now constructing
a fine wskoii road from Vancouver to tbo
North Arm of Fmser Hiver and Lulu
Island, They aro also Surveying a lln« of
railway through these properties with a
view of connecting with tho United HtaUs
system of railways at Seattle.
These lands may fairly be considered an
the most valuable ever offered for nale by
auction In British C6JLnn*,b|n, , „,.
'       GEORGE BYRNES,
lelKd AUOTIONKKB.   ;
W.aLOYE,
Fashionable H and Shoe liak
Bennlrlntr Aeatly Done.  Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
«a*Orders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., in rear of Colonial Ho*
(el, next to Hand Bros,'office, dnolta
SIGHTv.mJNDNESS
USE ONLY
N. STANLEY'S
: CELEBRATED
English Spectacles I
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended by Loading Oculists In
America.
K. L-5T.A.X' tSs. CO.,
dmy-'Otc        Agents.NewWcstininstor.
Wau A. DashwoodrJonos
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Fruits STeptais
■  ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeaito
THE WHITE IS KING
■DAHTIIp'S Bi:.SIl{OUS OF PUKCHAS-
X ing should not fall to give these celebrated Machines a trial,
C. J. ROKSON,
Agont for the Malnlnnd.
Also, Agent for tlie celebrated Whit.
Bronte monument Op.       . djel&to
M0/
mr¥$- '■•■ i
#u-]WC'-VERNMEl.r ST
.   *» viiiiniiiA as-
PIWeSiH ORGANS
Of the Boat.Makers iu the World.
THE WORLD-ltENOWNED OBQANS,
and PIANOS of Mason A Manilla
linve arrived, The great STEOK PIANO,
with pnteiitsiistiiliiliiL- i>eiliil. The matchless flECKEB A SONS' PIANOS. Tho
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
0H0AN8. Hav,e oIbo in stock RONISCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos nnd
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos for rent andrentappllcd if purclinscd
Call at
H. Peters' Music Store,
dwje23te VloioRtA.ao.
^-ANYMANi—
Who IS Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who In his Folly, and Ignorance has
Trifled away his vigor of Body, Uf ind
and Manhood,ciiueIiig(_'xhHusting drains
upon the Fountains of lsire.He-.d-
ache, Backnehe, Dreadful' Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, DasUftUnois In
Society, Pimples upon the Face and
nil tho Effects leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or- Insanity* will And in
our Specific No. 23 a Posit veCure. It
Imparts Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old anuyoung, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds up tbcmuseularsystem
andarousoB into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Specific No. 23 the  most obstinate
case can be cured In thrco months, and
recent ones In less than 30 days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price 92. Cures guaranteed, Onr Speclflo
No. 21 Is an Infallible I'ure for nil Private Diseases, no matter of how long
standing. Sold under onrwritton Guarantee to effect a Cure. Price 95, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
C«itPTI0i\
That dread terror, a disease so long
balling science nnd the most skilled
physicians, wbo knew of nothing to
nrrost, m-thlng to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now it is no longer an Incurable nuilitil.v oven when given up by
physicians, heiiltli vun yot be found In
OUHHEMKDY; It heuls and soothes
tho membrane of tbo Lungs, Inllamcd
nnd poisoned by the ravages of this
fell illsenM', and prevents the night
sweats und tightness nornss tho chest
whleli accompany It.  Price 93.
CURES   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Modicliio Co., Toronto, Ont.
OUR KLGGANT PI1EPAKATI0N8.
• HomoinberWcmniHifncturc and arc the
solo proprietors- of the following specialties, nnd that they can be Imd from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE Br
DRUQQISTS. Com's'iimdonco strictly con*
ildi'iitiul. Consultation upon nil chronic
disenso Invited. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent stcurc from
obseivntlon. Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, OiH.
HAIR COLORING.
Our magnificent, preparations are warranted perfectly hiirmless. We prcpnre
the following colOi-s—the flner shades
arise from the hulr itself: Hlnck, Dark
Drown. Medium Drown,-Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, Gold Blonde, Ash or Blonde
Cendree. Send wimple nf hntr when ordering. Price, fl per bottle. Toronto Medicine Co., Toionto, Ont.
TOILET REQUISITES.     '
In ordering plouHe specify which vmi
reqitlri*: we gmrnmtpe them to give entire
wttisftictliiii. >"o. s, imparts to'the skin
tbei-otor uiiit rroshness of.mnldenliooii,
hainiltiss and.cannot be deteptpd, 91.25,
No. ii removes wrinkles, 92. No. if) re*
moves Liver Spots, J1.S6. No. 11 removes
Flej-h Worms, rJl.iJt. No. 12 remnven
Krcckles,3l.2fi. No. I!) removes Pimples,
91.25.. No. i*l -removes Tan, #1.25. No. 15
vemoyps Mnlex, ?'. No, 111 removes Pock-
mhrk(',?2. NO. 17 removes untitle Perspl-
rutlon.'-l.L'.'i. No. IN,nn absoliitounfailing
specific for tho retention, development or
rcsfornfton of the Hair, $1.25, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
THE BUST.
No. Ipls a oniblm-d tntornal nnd external treattiient wbirh spoedlly iicvelops
or restores tlio fcinntc hnst to the pro por
tlons of volnptiioiis natute. Is entirely
harmless and certain in results, PrleelS.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
dwaplSyl
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Ohurob.
Long Experience lu the buelne...
  d30Jly6m '
Dominion Lands.
I J' TOU ARE PAYING FOB YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or bnviiiy Farm, Mining
or any land from t.ie Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay lu
1 -fsi—
and save a
Scrip can be obtained In large or small
lit    * _
largo discount.
Scrip can bee
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK FHOM
THK BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
. dwrnhfite
To k Francisco, Cal,
BT WAY OF THE
I.IZtTBB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any other
Route between
New Westsinster an. Su huin
Grand Scenic Route of the facile
Coast,
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodntlon of Sccond-Cloas Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare Irom Portland to Sacramento and
San Fninclsco:  Unlimited, $!5i First
ClnsB (Limited), $*o. second Class (Ll<
mlted), $13.
R, KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen, Freight A Paea. Agent.
_____ dJeSto
W.R.ATTSTIN,
Sueral Merchandise!
■fBW ffKSTMISSTKR, B. C.
HayandFeed
xtkJkxixtzxnp.
vyopd> coal
, (THE BEST Q.UAMTV);
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions* Groceries.
farmers' "Hardware,
mtnmjtntB. «*E«B.
SarAsweuse no whlsbjror tobacco we
can, by temperate habits and careful eco
nomy, serve tho publio at especially low
rates,   ... dwjalsto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'r.
I Oil) Broad Si. ind 16 Pail Miii,
LONDON.
iySTITTTTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Building!, Goods, Ware., Merchsn-
dlie, Monuftcturlng ind. Firming Stock,
Shipa In Fort, Harbor or Dock, ud the
Cargoes of inch Vessels j llto, Shipa building and repairing, Barges and other Vet-
lets on navigible riven ud canals, ud
Goods on board inch Vessel,, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland ind in Foreign
Countriet,
FROM MISS OR BASICS BT FIRR.
Subtorlbtd ud Invetted Cspltol,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rites of Premium ind every Informs
Hoc nn be obtsinid on application to
W. J. ABN8TR0N6,
Agent for New Wettmlntter.
MACHINERY
H
whf
WING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In the Kant and else-
ere very considerably, we nro lu n position to give prices on any class of Ma*
chlnery tlmt mny be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Rollers, Pinners, Mntrbers and Moulders,
Buss Planers, Wood Lul tu'», Band
Saws, Blind Mncliinery, Gaii-te
Laities, Shaping Macblnes,
Shingle Maohines, Lath
Machines & Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Saw Mills, Portable Engines nnd Boilers, nml  Hoisting
Engines,  Also, John Bertram
A Sons* and The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery.
Uriel. Machines nnd Crushers of cither
the Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, including ('Irmitnr Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leut hor Belting, which we carry in
slock,
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knuwles make also on hand.
M'Avity's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
ou short-not-lee, ns well as Faints nnd
Oils, Axes nnd Edge Tools of the cole*
brat ed Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Stenm Fitters Supplies, Ao.
Wc are sole agents in this Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot bo excelled, as outfits we have* furnished hero will testify.
FRASER aTeONARD,
Camilla SI.,   Opp. Rewa«Adv.rtl..r,
VANCOUVER; 4' '0,
dwtejTle
'^T-arvr-^p,.
NEW      GOODS!
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
0 twx m
Whioh I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I have also mode a largo adilltion to my
wholesale atock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, &c. An Intpection of my
Stook will satisfy uy to-day that I havo tho bettaesortinent to be'found In this
CUSTOM WORK promptly attonded to.
city.
dwjelyl.
JA9II1B
BOUBSBAV,
No. 81, Columbia Street.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
T
IHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRO&WORKING
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinds of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of ItLACKSMITIIIXG, nt prices considerably lower
than before.   It Ib our intention to.have in tho course of a few weekB a
BBASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. Wo havo the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of tho kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we con guorantec satis-
faction in workmanship as well aa prices. We have obtained. the services of a
FIrSt-claSS Horsc-Shocr, anil that part of our Business will have special
attention. '      '
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Stenm or Asncnltural Implements, Wagons, Carrioges, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will have
our best attention.
Carriage Pointing and Trlinuilng dono at reasonable ratet.
A largo stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality,
for sale.
We also keep in atock, to supply tho trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE & OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS;- AXLES,
W00D-W0RK, HARD-WOOD FLANK, etc., nt Viotoria prloe!. -
UT Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Call ud inspect
our Stock ud get onr Prices, and you will save money by it.
dwjiyiuto BEID & OUEBIE.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
•'Oulaaa^iaMaverjsUptedtochllilnntnit I CsrtorU emw Cello, IMMpitfori,
M.Y.   Iwitioaillujuriooill
IU 8* Otttti St, JiTOOkljn, S
PTsk ClMTJltm Cowajrr, 77 Murray Street, N. V.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
LAID & IN7ESTMBNT AGENCY, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS,
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 Hew Broad St. • LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Bunnell of ALLSOP Is MASON his been merged tn the ibovo Compiny
ud will be carried on by the Company from thii date at > general Land Investment
and Insurance Agenry.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rttet. Town Lot. ind Farming
Landi for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria 11. C, May 16th, 1887. dwJe7to
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
SEALS  xxr
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Woods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps.
Crockery, Glassware, &c*
MBWa     dSs    BOYS-      StTlTB.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and  GENERAL 8l#RES.
N. n.-Fnrm Produco bought nt market rates or uold on commission.  MuOrdera
from the Interior promptly nttcnrietl to. dwjesto   ,
Mainland
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE 801ISCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO-TDRN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BIOS
At Spcolul Low Rates.
Brijii*; ui All Studs of fount*-
Done at Shorteat Notice.
Dry ferdweod delivered to any part of
tho city.
Ordora by Tolopliono will receivo prompt
ttontlnii,
.aV-Btnblos nearly opposite C.IVH. Do-
pot, Columbia St., NewWostmlnBter.
djalltc      OIULEY BR08. Fnora.
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
riOOD DRIVINO * RlIllNO HORSES
\Jt for Hire. Hacks call nt till Steamer,
ami Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL Aim WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo lent' nt the. Offlcl ot' Ma-'
thors * MllllB.an,CohimlSBlira Merchants,
Front Stroct, Now West. dteUItc i .i  t.o*aj!Uiii*i     1
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
roBirsHSD
Every AltenMs except ■■■day,
BVTH.
HZmNXSriBU'Tr       BKOTHBEa,
At their Steam   Printing, Establishment, Columbia Street.
BY 'MAIL:
for IJ monthi. If 00
for I monthi jg
For I monthi •••" '»
DEUVSHKD Ot THB CITY I
for II months 411»
For • month  SOS
ret ir.oatb „     M
)'«-v,cm„.„. „ .,,..    m
Ftymint In .11 oral (except tor weekly
rits'tobu.   e ndysaoe.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Eiaaeal every vr«l«e.««y Mernlni.
Delivered In tbo City, per year.— tJ.00
Mailed, peiyen.. 100
Mailed, I lnonihs. 1.25
Ml
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
JSfoilcei (9) Laidlaw k Co.
.;■/.«-uinniont W, C. T. U.
iailj* fritish atolnmbinn
T.nd.r Evenlu, met. >. 1HI.
Vlier. wis no police oourt to-day.
Fresh Eastern Oyiteri by the cm ai
E. i. Arauttong'i. die26to
Frtih Eastern and Native Oysters,
lerved in every style, at tho Club. *
Ben. Young'i new wharf it [Canoe
!'•«! wis comploted on Siturdiy last.
Big olearing tale of Boots md Shoes
>; A. B. Wintemute'i for the next SO
0-yl. it oott. dse20t3
F. G. Strickland & Oo. hive ramov-
«3 iheir office lo Front itreet, in tbe
r tiglai block.
First clan Board and comfort*!)'.
Ei. rut Miu Yeo'i, Columbia tt.,
.•^.loHteOatholioohoroh *
nteresting meteorological reports,
le -diy furniihed by Capt. Peolo, will
V- found in another column.
The iteamer Belle left thia morninir
fur Vancouver, where she goes to take
r -:r-;v load of shingles for Viotoria.
.hree choice houiei and lot! for sole;
I.- ;;..tcd in good potition. Pricescheap
rmllermieaiy. Apply toPiand Bros. *
' ' o remains of the infant child of
i" • ca Gray, wero buried in the Ma-
r    lo cemetery at Sapperton this morn-
.-.'lie itr. Gladyi loft this morning for
Cv.Hliwhnc'i nt 7 o'clock with a quantity of freight and about 16 passen-
Juit received, the latest fall sty.cs
i Ladies' and Children'! Dolmans,
Mant'cs and Jickets, at Jnmeo Ellard
& Co.'i. die20to
Thi Itr. Adelaide left at 8 o'clock
thit morning for Ladner's Landing
with s number of passengers and esln-
bit" for the fair^  b _
'The'inir! Western ftlope will leave
Westminster for Vmcouvor on Satur-
day nveniog (ith.inat., car., ing any
freight thit may offer. doe2td
A] arty of men are st work thii
mo.uug building ■« ihcdonMettrs.
V/olBter & Edmond'i wharf at the
*'ot of Columbia itreet
Six eailoodti of cattle, numbering 120
'er.iL r.nd 300 s'.ieep, arrived fiom the
ono.' thit aiternoon, consigned prin-
, iy'If (» VictoriainilNanaino.
PV.e iteamer IrviTj irrived from up
'-.' points thb ifternoon with GO pas-
,-.... en and a. large freight, including ex-
!<i'i;te for the exhibition at Viotoria.
. considerable number of farmers
,r--.ii't^ilj'vWaijli went down on the
ncatb.
Shortly after 2 o'clock thii aftornoon,
at the Colonial Hotel, in thit city, H.
It. Holdon patted away at the r.30 nl
20 years. The deceased was born in
Lancashire, England, lie came to
thil province about two years ago nnd
for eomi time past resided on a farm
at Stave River. He lenveB two
brothers in thii diitrict to mourn his
early demise. 	
B. C. ssrlen'lnral Attaci'illon,
A special emergency meeting of tho
tbove utoolatlon wai held yeiterday
a.teruonn to elect a secretary in lieu of
Thos. r.ussoll. Mr. O. E, Ronou'
having consented to act, was unsni-
irously eleoted. Parties wishing to
make entries for the forthcoming exhibition ihould apply to Mr. F.onouf,
at Im office, corner Yates and Broad
Btroeti, after 10 o'clockto-moirow, until 0 o'clock on Wedneiday evening,
when all entriei will clote.—Colonic.
A Bpi-clal Noiuber.
I'ltii number of the Weaifaif Coi'.'u-
st.'V will be found moro than uiuilly
interesting, containing at it d.es full
reports of the varioui district fairs
(with the exception of the prize lilt of
Ladner'e). Extra copiet have heen |
issued, which oan be had for 10 cents
apiece, tt thii oflice. Those wishing '
to tubulin, for the weekly now, run
'mvo it (including thii number) until
the on 1 uf 1889 for §2—tho yearly ra< e.
Ths is a good chance, 01 our weekly
will be found the most valuable to tho
people of the mainland of any paper
publiihed in the cuuntry-
. .-A- 4,	
Al Ibe Hel Sprints.
h.'i .ner Aifr'.ii.o thii morning with
•irjiiliit 1 to the ."air at Ladnen Land-
itr:
-  Hey Lrv.' new wow, which is to
i• ■ i.,ed in ci nncction with laying the
i.-ss-ri ar-tho mouth of the  rivor,
-: - .irile'cd and will be launched to-
■ijhi.-  ■
ine W. C. T. U. give an entertain-
iii-mt to-morrow evening at their hall
■-;■ "ju^los street.   There will be re-
.1 ...nil, and . good programme,
I -.i>   adV.
. Wr*. Nelson, of Maple Ilidge,
...•lo WIS in tovm to-day, complains that
r ate a couple of snaga at the steam-
'<ir'. land'-igat that place which should
-.9 lemoved,
Doring the put week there wero
i iii to»n lot! with dwelling! changed
u,', I'orihipi through the firm of Rand
JCrox in thil city, at prices ringing
i.om 11,160 to {2,000 each.
The itr. Rainbow arrived from Vie-
'.roil at 8 o'clock lait night witha quan-
' ly oi general merchindiie and 12 pas
i/Oi'gen. Sh. cleared .giin thil morn,
in; 'or Viotoria it 7 o'clock with
f.avght snd pissengeri.
I ntferers ."roin the effects of quinine,
!,o.'.d as 1 remedy for chills and fever,
k'.i . lid try Ayer'i Agr-o Cure. This pro-
*v -litlon is. powerful tonic, wholly vegu-
', Vt, ud without * particle of r,uy
I" louidrdg.   Warranted, sure euro.
'.t a meeting of the directors of tho
C'-'liwhuck agricultural anciety Mr.
rj wnel Mellaril was appointed treat,
nwr. Mr. Mellard rendered aaluable
1 ...iatann to the icorotary, Mr. G.
W. Chadiey, at the recent exhibition.
".( liave taken, within the pait year,
mvomI bottle! of Ayer'i Sprsaparilla,
mil find it admirably adup'ed to the
r-eitn of an impoverished system. lam
convinced that this preparation, as a
■rood purifier, Ib unequalled."—C. C.
Ci.iiie, Putor Congregational church,
Awlover, Me.
..obc.t Lnbbuch, Cedar Rapids, writrs:
1 P.lave used Dr. Thomas'Eclectric Oil
b'-tn for myself and family for tlip'i tl-'.-ri;,
w.th the very best results. I rcga.-d it
113 thi beat remedy for this diseaio, and
i.-juld use no other." When buying IV.
'• iomaa' Eclectric OU, see that yon get
1 '■« genuine,   Bewaro of- imitations.
During the past month thoro wero
2.'3 car-load! of freight, forwarded
irom tire 0. P. R. itation in thia city,
'j hose can averaged about 16 inns
e;.eh, milling in ill 3,000 tons, which
in tho ltrgett quantity that hai been
ihippod irom here during the* miiio
pennd ol time, line, thil itation wm
ctt.i.jliihcd.
lUl.ADIEH MDLT1PI.V ONE A .OIHRII. -
A uimiile fit of digestion mi-y—cspcciully
I Si. constitution ii not naum'ly vigor-
ca—; liiow'tho entire meohulam oi the
ll.ci' and bowels ont of gear. S;ck heml-
r'lie fol'owi, poisoning of the blood by
b .le «u.M, ud then ll grave md lerl-
oin dlitmbunoe of the entire lyitem.
C:-:ok the threatened dangers at the oat-
'■ t with Northrop k Lyman's Vegetal'e
DL-coviry andDyapeptio Cure, the mrali-
C'i a'httdrlv*. .ysrr Impnvity from the
|,'.-A,'(... .'.,.*    .-..; .;  ,,    ;
Following are the arrival! at St.
Alice Hotel for last woek: J O Harris,
T Elliott, A T McLeod, Kamloopi! H
Croosdaile, Mn D W Higgins, Geo H
Gowen ttnd wife, W R Hijgins, Victoria', Geo F Gum Mra Gum, Cn!gai„';
Ed Host, Port Townsend | Tierce
Girou, Andre Mormior, Geo Dillruck,
Purisj Mr and Mra Alox Baring, Now
York; John D Carscallon, Winnipeg!
0 H Bailey. E M Duvidmo. Mra C
Davidson, E MacPherson, L J Ro^e,
Joseph Contino, R Meo, Vancouver; J
W Harvey, M'las Ada Ellard, R Harvey, J O Armstrong, Thos McDonald,
Westminster.
The I'll ir llo'iday.
'''PiunJay next, is being looked for-
t.'-r1. iabyatleaita great portion of
1 r citfeens with much interest. Not-
v.'i.P'stnntling the t'lroateningaipect uf j
1.1.0 l.'oiivooa for the post two days, tlie
\ vtl'er tliis afterni'on gives fav-.ral-'o.
Ii-'omisca, Tlio Caledonian! aro tniv •
. ..' every possible preparaiion to nul;o
.'•a day attractive.   Srhio of their
rstt nro already in town in ..rder !'i
I., 01 )i*od for the occarinn, anil 1
-I'.'niberi.f llioie whos? avocatlnna p -
aailnto alim.it coiivunt confinement
■:.i.e delighted with the proipcctnf < 'e
iV.y'H relief. It ii therefore to be ho; icd
th.v, the buiineu places will b^ cl.<s-
...! in order to give everybody an op-
; -art mity of enjoying, what we liopo
will be, a general good time.
Bnalf.P.x Anion. I.dlar..
Word wai received in town thia
rcrnfnj that there were threo caiei ■..?
r nall-pox among the Indians at
.".liickiei Spit, Mud Bay. This epi-
dcD'io generally pliya Bad havoo among
the savages, and haa been known to
ertinguiih whole tribes. There are
P'.hcob to be found along the Pacific
coast that have been made desolate by
it. The time ie within tho recollection
0" muny yet living in thii province
when u many as 160 Indians died
from small-pox in one day in Victor'a.
j.iiii is undoubtedly owing to their
filthy condition nnd lack of proper
treatment when afflicted with the dis-
eiaa. Mr. P. McTieman, Indian
nent, left here thii afternoon for
'fakie'iSpit, taking with him medi-
cino and other neceasariea, for the mf-
feren.
Personal.
i^'-utorla
J. G. Jaquel returned to-day from
Illicillewaet.
Oapt. W. N. Bole, M. P. P., returned from Victoria to-day.
Eenj. Springer, manager Moodyville
Sawmill Co., ii in town to-day.
Gideon Robertson, real estate broker,
Vancouver, came over this afternoon.
Mr. McCrae, provincial inspector of
timber limits, win in town yeiterday,
J. W. Harvey and family returned
yeiterday from tho Harriion Hot
bpringi.
Jamei Wilson, supt. O. P. R, t(
craphs, returned thia afternoon from
Viotoria.
Miai \nnie Ellard returned home
yesterday from a visit to the Harris n
Hut Spiingi.
Major Wilion, agent of tho Oregon
Flour Milling Co., arrived from Viotoria to-day and is regiitered at the
Colonial.
J. H. Sharpe, member of tho New
Westminster rifle team to Ottawa, returned homo y jstorduy, bringing back
a partner to sharo the joys and sorrows
of his lifo.
Hy. Robertson, L.L.B., and Mrs,
Robertson, of Collingwiod, f'nt., arrival to-day from Los- Angeles, -Col,,
w!' r Mr. Robertson has been attend'
i" , the nonunl mooting uf the Sovereign Grand Lodge uf Oddfelljivs.
Mr. Robortson is l'.O.M. ..f tho Grand
Lodije of Ontario I.UO.F., and P.G.
M. of tho Grand Lodge of Canada A.
F. at A.M. Ho ii alio author of
"Digeit of Masonic Juriiprudthcl."
H'r. and Mrs. Robertson are tho
g-'siti of Mr.   D.  Robion,   Royal
How to Cure Il-adaclie.—Somo peoplo
enffer untold misery day after day with
Headache. There is rest neither day or
night until the nerves are all unstrung.
The "auMi ts generally a disordered stomach, and a cure call bo effected by using
ri'Vinclee'l Vegetable Pills, containing
I-ia'tdi-ake and Dandelion. Mr. Finlay
Walk, Lyiandcr, P. Q., writes! "I find
Pm'li,cl"e s PUIb a first-class article for
Bilious Headache."
ChlldreittCr*/ for Prtcher'sCastoria
IADHERS LANDING FAIR.   !
The Kcpslillo. .1 the Dell. Fn'iy ins. \
mined—Fxlcnilcil Dcaerlpllen er Hie
Fine l;:.li,(ill,.
biieolal to tho Columbian.
LiDNElts, Oot. 2.--Altliougli last
evening gave every indication of rain
tho morning broke fairly clear and
there ii every proipeot of lino weather
through the day. Al early ns yeiterday afternoon exhibits begin to arrhv,
and before «ie off cm Of th. pci'oiy
Hi finiihed work for tt-e night the
idccesB uf the exhibition had been is-
lured. The lit'lo villr.ge of Ladnen
is fairly alive wi'h people to-day and
the want of wider street- and more
jcoer.il accommodation is Bovorely foil.
But the people of Ladners are notnl
for hoBpitalily and evety lurm-linuso
within a mile of the ihow s.oiin.'.a it
the centre for many people and teams.
Open house ii tho order of the day
land all nre welcome, friend or b'ri'.n-
nor. The town hall htm been transformed into an otblbition building,
aud within ill walls is contained all
(lie prodigies in vogehtioa. If rgo nnd
line fruit., grains, dairy produo -,
floral diiplayi and worki of n t aooum-
ulated by the prosperous farmors of
the Delta and thoir fair wires and
daughters, who one and all seem to
take a very lively intereit in the success of the ihow.
v.. T'lrtB mswiY.
It would be hard to gi'ther together
from evet.' quarler of tho glube a liner
diiplay of vegetables than ia presented
to-day. Owing to the many exhibits,
all of which ore worthy of individual
mention, it would scarcely be fair to
particularize, but the display, made by
Mr. Thos. MoNeeley's Jubilee Farm,
a whole exhibition in it-elf, is worthy
of a few notos. Two of the turnips
weigh 41 and C9 pounds respectively,
or an average of two-thirds cf a bushel
eich, while tho other four will average
30 lbs. each, a grand total of 200 lbs.
for six turnips. Suoh figures speak
for themselves. There aro several
other exhibits of turnips whioh will
avenge 25 lbs. each. The best display of mangolds ia made by Mr.
Arthur, and ever," root in his display
will average 25 lbs. The displays of
carrots, beets, parsn'is, cabbages,
cauliflowers, onions, etc, aro excellent iu every instance, and everyone
of them are worthy of prizes. Mr.
Jas. McKee shows n monstrosity in
the shape of a parsnip which menaures
exactly bix feet in length. In ..'auli-
flowcrs, Mr. Thos. McNecley and Mr.
Win. McKee show iimplei which
would he difficult to excel, and between
which it is almost impossible to judge.
Mr. Hodges, Mr. McKenzie and Mr.
Reece make the finest show of
squashes , The number of entries in
potatoes Is'very large and the exhibits
.re all good. A number of mw varieties are sliowh which ,givos promise of
becoming popular among growers,
oil JIBS,
In wheat, Mr. Webb, of Chilliwhack,
shows the finest sample in hard varieties
and Mr. Reece in white wheri. Several other local exhibits are also very
fine. The different displays of oats are
tho finest over aeon in the province and
are so plump and heavy that it ii hard
to believe oati could al tain auch proportions and weight! Mr. C. F. Green
and Mr. Thos. MoNeely each show
uimplei weighing 65 poundi to the
1 uihel whioh, though a poiitivo fact, il
hard to believe. Mr. McNeoly's oati
are. known, ns,.tho,. Canadian triumph
variety'anil Sir. Green's aro an English' variety imported direct and grown
for the fint time thil -year, lioans,
peas, barley and seeda are also largely
displayed.
miry rr.0Dt)cra.
R. E. Kittson carried off first pri-os
in both fresh and salt butter, with
Mlsi Arthur and Mn. Kailh good second!. Tho competition in theie artichi
was keen and it was really a difficult
matter to judge between the exhibits.
it. K, Kittson also carried away first
prize for bread, while Mn. Hicki took
lecond, Mrs. Raitt took fint prize
for c'leeso.
IHUITS, E'lO.
In applei and pean, Mr. Jno. Kir':-
land carried uff the honora, taking no
lest than seven .out of 10 prizes awarded. His exhibits of applet and pean
ere very fine and ihow what careful
cultivitioii can do in improving both
theiizeand quality of fruit. Mr. C.
F. Green takoi lint prize in fall pean
with lome magnificent ipecimeni of
thit fruit. Mr. Wm. Arthur take!
fint prize for prunei md Mr. Greyell
secund, and the prize for the beat collection of fruit ii awarded to Mr. John
I'irklmd. The Jubilee ranch receives
speoial mention for a fine exhibit of
preserved fruits, which includes almost
every variety of orchard arid small
fruits. Tho fruit display on the whole
is very good, though not up to Mint
shown nt, tlio Chilliwhack fair,
The floral display it ahead'of my-
thing exhibited on thu mainland thit
year and is almost equal to that of the
provincial fair last year. The principal exhibitors are Mr. H. Kirkland
and Jubileo ranch and between them
tho honors are divided for the fint
prizes.
iambs' wobk,
The groat number of entriei ia
ladies' work i, turpriting, but only
addi more proof to tho frequont aster-
tiun thit the ladies of the Delia are
useful and industrious aa well as ornamental. Miss Woodward heads the
list in the ladies' department, tuth in
number of article! exhibitod and in
tho quality ond artistic t..sto displayed in tho work. A fine mountain
scene in oil and two water colon aro
deserving "f speoial mention. The
colon nro subdued and chaste and the
pri.portion! aro nerieot and tueh at can
only be accomplithod by the true artist. In chenille and arasine work Iho
lame lady ihowa somo beautiful ipeci •
mem of art, and in embroidery and
knitted table coven it wuuld be hard
to conceive anything more handaome
or worthy of praise. MiiiWoodwird
alio ihowi a vory nrtiiMo piece of crape
woik on white latin Ind a lilk-raiied
work Ouihion of high merit. Mil,
Ladrer exhibits a handsome till,- patch-
work'quilt which alio embrace! tome
artistic touch*! in railed lilk work,
making the whole . very fine ipeci-
mon uf ladies' needle work. The lame
yuung lady 1I10 exhibit! a number of
other fancy irtiolei which were rewarded with ptiswa'Mn, Hutehenforl-nd
Mn. Purvir wer. alio lug. .xhibiton,
ud in will intitu* to the numerous
prizei gained by them. Mn. Gowdy
take, the fint prize in knitted looks, a
very fine pair, the wool of which wis
both spun and knitted by her. Mra.
Calvert and Mrs. Hut:henoa had alio
many exhibits and won many prizes.
CilTIE ATO HORSES.
Thero were 24 onirics in pedigree
cattle, 21 in sheep, 45 in horses and 10
in swine, and many of the animali in
of tine itraina and were lately imported
from the eaat for the improvement of
itock. The farmen of the Delta have
ahown much enterprise of late in th.
importation of thoroughbred!, and it il
evideit .'roin Ihe ihowing mado to-day
that that a few yean will drive all
• :onmoi gM.de cJtle from the lower
Eraser country. Mr. John Kirkland'.
line herd of bli'oded itock took the
moat prill's; while Mr. VV. H. Ladrer,
M.P.P., and Mr. H. McKoe, Sr., took
tho runmiiider of the prizei, with the
exception oi a coupR   Ai i.inu n the
firises had been awarded, Mr. Kirk-
,ind. president of the association, in-
troduiiud Mr.)). Chiiholm, M.P., whu
after muk'ng a neut little speech, declared the exhibition upenod, and the
doon were then thrown open to the
public. Soveral hundred people were
in attendance and the hall wai fairly
packed with Bight-seers during the
whole afternoon. Muoh interest in
the exhibits was manifealed by ths
visit rs, many uf whom were from
Westminster, Viotoria, Chilliwhaok,
and other parts of tho district. It waa
generally admitted that the exhibition
on the whole was a grand success and
much superior to what was expected.
Many of the exhibils will be lent to
Victoria, where thoy will be lure lo
caj-ture n good'share of the nrir.es.
Mr. Kirkland, Mr. Gilchrist, Mr.
Arthur, Mr. -Rich, Mr. Calhoun
a-id other office.* of the lociety
and' Mr. W. H. Ladner, M. P.
i'., worked like trojans for the
succesi of the fair and the success it
attained is largely due to the good
manrgement displayed in overy instance by these gentlemen. A grand
linK will take place this evenirg at the
town hall.
1APT1ST CHURCH, Anna Street,
.J .Boat of' Mary Street, Lord's Day
services at 11 a. ro. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
ftc'.ioolandBlble Class at 2:80 p, m. All
b?:.,siree; strangers cordially welcomed,
—Kev. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
W.C.T.U. Entertainment
rtlHE W. C. T. IT. WILL GIVE A SO-
1 DIAL ENTERTAINMENT nt their
Hall, Douglas Street, on
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 3rd.
Avery Interestingnrqgramme has been
arranged, and REFMBHMENTB will be
aei ved during the evening, idnluln,
'■jot.n, ducai*
2**TOTIOB-:
XTOTICJ5 18 HEREBY OIVEN THAT
J> we Intend tn make application to l.ie
OlilefCoinlnlBSlonerof Lam!" and Worn
I'm permission 10 loaso Iho following described property for Umbering purposes,
Commencing at a post plnnto.lpn tho
south side of Thurlow Island, sputhweat
flora Hemming Bay, Nodales CUanne :
1 hence west 'I chaina, thence nbrth ai
cluilna thenco weat 20 chains, Ihenoe
north TO chains, thence cast 40 chains,
ibenco north "I ohalns, thence west 20
chains, thence north 4S obnlns, llionce
west 20 chains, thence north 40 chains,
1 hence east'.) chains, more or less, to the
Halting* Sew Mill Co.'. line; thence tab
lowlnsuie said lino south r.nd east a dlB-
tance of ICO chains, more or less, to the
southwest corner ol Hastings Saw Mill
Co.'h limit, Hemming Bay; Ihenoe following the shove line to point of: oonitaence-
,nent, and containing in. all 480 nerei,
move or less. LAIDLAW * CO.
22nd August, 1888. doc2ml
'5TOTIOB.'    :'
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAW
we Intend to make application In the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to leane the (01 lowing do-
sovl'ied property for tlmbellng purposes,
viz.*  .
Commencing at a oo:it '.lanted ntthe
riorlheflst corner of Hastings Saw Mill
Co.'s limit, Johiislnne Strolls, Vnldes Iil-
ninl; thenco east 20 chains, thence souih
HOclii.ius, inovo or loss, to Hastings Saw
Vill Co.'s line; i hence following Ibe seld
lino west and lunlhionoint of commencement, ami containing fn 'p.tl KOncies,
move or less. LAIDLAW 4 OO.
■M\. Am
atliAllsast,18SS.
docLml
Clly C0.111CII.
'i. 0 couuc'l met last ni','ht it 8 0'-
,'ook for tl'e,t,raniaotiodo'buiiuo?..
P.-rsent, Aldermen Elliott, Herring.
Foy. Calbick. DeEec't, Ovens rod
Calbick.
Hia Worship Mayor Dickinson in
t'.o chn'r.
coaMUNicArtoss.
From Robert Law, asking permission
to place lumber oh the itreet for building-purposes.   Leave granted.
From Dr. Gurrow, asking for somo
information respecting his taxei and
asking what the council did in the
matter of the inquest held on the body
of McGregor, who died in tha Hoi-
brook hotel lost winter.
On, motion, it waa resolved thtt Dr.
Gurrow be credited to the amout of $5
011 hia tax account, for lervicei rendered by him it the inquest on the
body of McGregor.
From Leoak & Johnston, Vancouver, enclosing account for coai supplied
to the fire department. Referred to
lire committee, to be paid if found
correct.
From E, S. Scoullar, asking permission to lay water pipea acron Royal
avenue.   Loave granted.
Two telegramt, from W. N. Bole,
M.P.P., wero thou read, Hiking the
mayor to cell a meeting of the council
. for tlie purpose of poising a resolution
giving him authority tu call on the
government tn take immediate itopi
to prevent the spread of the small-pox
opidemio in the municipality of Surrey,
inasmuch 111 the counoil of Surrey were
not doing their duty. Received and
filed.
ACCOUNTS.
From   Tbb   CoamnTAN,   $12.50;
Smith, lock-up keeper, $15.40; Peebles, 111: W. D. Forrii, 110; F. For-
I reit, 875.75.
iisrora*.
The clerk read a itatement concerning the city finance! for the month of
September.   Received and filed.
Further time wai granted the finance
committee to report regarding the col*
lection of commercial travellcra' feel
and the legal position of the cily with
retpect to the Draper cue.
Moved by Aid. DeBeck, and seconded by Aid. Huy, that the appointment
of Aid. DeWulf Smith us health officer
be now confirmed.   Carried.
Aid. DeBeck reported certain ditches
in the city that required tube cleaned
out. The mayor laid that the board
of wurki hid power, without a resolution uf the counoil, tu attend to that
matter.
Tho council then adjourned to meet
again next Monday night.
, I ilru e'u.'.al1  4..t.|..viti:ona    .1   Ken-
I      Wc 1 a- 11.l.i' Inr Si-|,.i mlifr, lass.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV.BNttHAT
we liiloml toin:.ice appllcallonio ihe
: Chief commissioner of Lands nnd Woi-kB
I for permission lo lease the following tle-
s. I'loed prope.'ty lor llmbeilng purposes,
at/..:
Coinnionolng at a post planted 0111 lie
north side of unsuivevett channel, Vttlilez
Islam', about 2 miles fiom Discovery Pas-
s.!ge; thence aoitli 40 chains, thence oast
120 chains, thenco south 20 chains, more
or Iohb, lo I ho shove; tbeilce following the
shore 1 Ine in a westerly direction to point
of commencement, and containing in all
CIO nines, more or loss. ._,.„„
LAIDLAW 4 OO.
2.1th August, 1838     doc2mi
Mc. a l:\iipuriittiro..
Anovu nii'im
_'■ bos. mil" '
)". ii.e-t min	
I Vcp 0: m.».	
I .a'',.'- • 1' r.>'ii.......
';,■' - r'l in in-.-hes. 111
' i>lu,vi.\..'iil	
i IP.»', r, i.i fell	
• Gi\, I'.l.'tiry'i fall
.. 01.1
.. 4.0
.. 82.0
.. 40.0
.. 00.8
.. 52.1)
.. 1.78
.. 1.42
.. 7
0.00
J'| ,W-st b,.rutneter, 24th- ......30.30
t'LoVf't      '•    .    Uth 29.50
1 lomly dnyt ,      10
Piirliiii'v cloudy.       7
Clci'.r      13
Prcvailiaig wiudi, S. and S.-W.
Whdieit day, miles    Ill
Calmest    "      "         31
Snow gone from all crevices of the
irounttini; fint time for yein.
Crop! enormous and well lived.
A. Peele, Capt'n.
ynmBAy-emttet^mtttvnhmOttnttlt,
Whs, its ant 1 Oslla, iks «Ud tee Ctttttm,
Wht. IU BMSMlIU.,.!!. elan, toCMtotta,
"*-^lUlsdCkll4rM,A.pT.ti«nCMt^
Mele.r.l.|lral Kr^ort hr Week Isdlif
Sepi. tut, Ute.
SAX. urn.  HAW.
Sanday es.0 47.0
Monday 60.0 46.0
Tiieaday 71.0 410
Wednesday 74.0 00.0
Thursday , „ 76 0 51.0
Klday..... 78.0 rd.0
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NOTICE.
XTOTIOE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
i\ we lniend to make application tn the
Cli ief Conihi iusioner o( Lauds am I Work!
for tier..-.wlon to ldose (he following db-
Hcrlbod pioncrly (01 timJjcring purposeiT,
vli*.:
Commencing at a pusi .)U',tited aliout45
cTialiisuoitUna*-a.lJi-*t')^J^^
Has.lfu'sH Saw Mill Co.''- ilmit,iiTohMtoiw
Straits, Vtilde:' Island; thenco east 40
chulns, thence north -10 chairs'-, thence
west 60 chaliiH, more or Ic-s, loHaitings
Si'.wralllCo.'s Hue: theuce following the
said line south and east to point of rom-
nieuceineiit, and containing An all 100
acres, mora or less,
LAIDLAW 4 CO.
,'Ji.h August, 1833. doc2ml
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iX *»e luteiMl to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to leuse the following de*
:->rl»e(l property for timherlng purposes,
Commencing at a post planted on the
.south side of unsurveyed channel at north'
v/est corner o( Lot 25, V>ldes lslaud;
tliencp ea-sr8(l PMa^,#!^pr less, to the
norlhiast comero?Lot %; thence south
80 chnlns, thence east 43 ohalns, thence
south SO chains, thenoe east ti chains,
thence south 23 Attains, thence east SO
chains, thence south 20 chains, thence
oast 00 chains, thence north 40 i-hains,
thenco west 40 chains, thenee north 80
chalus, thenco west 20 chains,, fhence
north 40 chains, more or less, to a post on
the shore of nnsurveyed channel; Ihenoe
following the shore line lu a westerly direction to point of commencement, and
coi:lalnlnglnalU400 acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO.
August81si, ISM.     . , Uoo2ml
N1
UTOTTOjU.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
- we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner ot Land! and Works
for }iorral8sl:iu to lease th. following de.
scvliied property for timbering purposes,
vis:
Commencing at .post planted north,
east from Qraulte Point, v^dcn Island,
Discovery Psetiigl, on lb. opposite aide of
unsuvvcyed channel; thenoe east £0
chains, thenco north 20 chains, thence
west 40 chain., Uieneo north 20 eb.lns,
tbence west 20 elialnt, thence sunUi 40
chains, more or l.aa, to the shore; thenco
following ihe shore line to point of commencement, and containing In all 160
acres, more or less. ..„*,_._-
i      LAIDLAW 4 00,
September 1st, 1888, .   doc2ml
NOTICE.   <
NOTICE IS HEUEBY OIVEN THAT
we Intend to make application ti the
Chief Com m Union er nf Lands aud Works
for nermlsslon lo tease the following de-
Kcrlue-l propeiiy for limbering purpnfii's,
viz: ■-    .
Comtiionclng nta ).nst planted im ■ he
nnrthcaslit dent b'oriios Buy, theuce east
HiOolii'liiH,t'lonco mirth W chains, ,lic.ico
oa I. ■'!! chPt'W, li'cncc north 20 chn'ns,
thence east O cli.'lns, thenoe honih CO
chains, i iiccd wc ■i.2i)('!inlus,thenc-'south
Ll)chains,Mieuce west r* chains, thenco
south U cli.'liis. 1'iunce weit 1C0 t-halna,
thenco noiih lii chains, thenco .east €0
clialus, tliPicu tiorili 20 chains, Ihenoe
wc-itrJclmnis.mory or Ic-s.to .lieshore:
tlionce l'ollow'ng tho shoie lino to joint of
commenceme it, and co'-'ntulug In'all
lO^aci-cs.m'troorlcjf.
LAIULAW4C0.
Soptomhnr lOlh, <SS8. doc2iT'
LONDON HOUSE
--—=6 *tw ma -WmT *-»*—
FiLL MULDIERT
JUST RECEIVED
Cloudiest 8«i«.
„.. 79.0     08.0
A.PnWiCapt'1),
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OTVBN THAT
We Inteml tn make application to the
Chief Commissi mer of I-ands and Works
forpermisjl"ii(o lease the following de-
scrlued pinperly/or ilmbering porpo-sos,
Vjj*t
Commencing at a *vwt planted' about
onr-half a mile novlhca:t from Price
IV nt, Hoin.\v.<- Chanuelj theuce south
20 chnlns, thence oast 40 chains, thence
north 80 ohalns, thenee east .40 ohalns,
thenee north 40 chains, thence west 40
ohalns, more or less, to the shore; tbence
following the shore Hue to point of commencement, and containing In all 800
acres, wore or less. _. .
LAIDLAW A CO,
September lath. 1888. docZml
NOTICE ~  r
VOTICE IS HBIUtBY GIVEN THAT
Al we Intend lo make application to Ihe
Chief CommlBsloner of Land, and Work,
lor permission to lt«ie the following described property for llmbeilng purpom,
vim -.        ,'■',',       i
Commencing at. peat planted on the
Bhove of lake; thence north 6 ehalnt,
more or leu, >•> the south boundary line
ui. Lot 618, Deep Day; thence eatt 40 ehalnt,
more or lest, to the aouthoMt corner of
talil lot; thence north 23 chains, thenee
past 60-chains, thence south 20 ohalns,
theme west III cbulna, thenoe aouth 20
chains, thence west ID chului, iheiic
northl5ohaln!,moia, or-lesijttriiojntOI
commencement, and containing In all
2m«r..,mo,..rlM.tAll)tX
Seprtmbir lsjb, 1888, docJml
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Jeweler & Optician.
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BEST QUALITY.   EASTBBN PEICES,
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frames.   The finest Pebbles made, *4 per pair-, all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tli'
businesa thoroughly from some of the finest Borologers in England, and since then
managed tho watoh-repairlng departments of a tewof tho best firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager tor nearly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage k Lymin, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Mostkeai, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chaiimin ot
Montreal Harbor CommlsBioners, layi; "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
;'\ dwap!2te
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOURS.-Moraraa, from 8:30 to 11 o'olook.
Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'olook. r
Evening, 6 to 9 o'olock.
tW PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any time during
the night by • competent chemist, who tloepi on the promltei,   Ring the night
hell,
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
dwoeite
Opp. Telegraph Oflice,,
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with all th. Doctors in tho City. Call on
ui my time snd We will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays (or the sale of Medicine onlyi—Mousing, 9 to 10.30 o'clock;
Armttoos, 1 to 3; Evwimo, 8 to 9.    ■
* -IVCE-DIO^lIi  ELA.Lr.3
Hew Tfeiimhuler, B. C„ Rest Col.nl.l n.lel.
fJUt'THIS OUT AND PASTE IT OP.' dwaulBte
(CENTRAL   QROOERYl
Holbrook Block, Columbia; Street.
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDINO AND WANTS
to tee all hit old cuttomers and lott ol newonet.aa he will so'l them GRO-
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper than ever. All our Goods are firtt-clati
and are being told is low is Inferior grades.   We itrive riot to match, hilt to cicol.
Just to hand—oir of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following brondt:
Salem-Patent Koller (American)! Hungarian, Strong; Bakers (Ogil-
vie't); Premier, Columbia Holler (SpallumoEeen);      ...
And if yon haye.net und the Britiih Columbia Flour do so at once and be convinced that It wilt make flrtt-clisi bread and pastry,      ■       ■        dw.uMto
r^.iw ma- ytMr -m
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT.OUR FIRST DELIV-
erics of New Goods for the coming season. Amongst
thertt will be fountl a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEW-
EST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored & Evening Shades
DressGoods.
Newest Shades in Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
- and Quilts.  Down Quilts.
Waterproofs & Ulsters.  Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties, &c
W. it C. WOLFENDEN,
(■WBfllBUl
OOttTMBIA   STRBIHIT.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
'  Tb-i doitfiiDlAN Pr.TNTtNa Ewaci,'7b:/«!it has urt.cli»iJ«sliti*!'|--r ;
all kinds of Oommerciai Printing,  Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of eve.y deseripiion, Posters, Dodgers,
Prlot Lists, ia.   Pricei will be found n low ai at any other office where
fir-tatr* week is done.

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