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l^EW WIfBraiNSTBR, B. a, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1888.
1J1JMBER 62
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Omos Hours-10 to 4. atate
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pMsMll* « HeaViSn,
BARRISTERS,
SOTJCITORS, BTC
oneaa.Uuwrilc Building., How Wutmla-
itir, and Vanoouver, B. C.     Jyltdwto '
Tas. ATKia.OBi
RARRBTKR, SOLICITOR, *o.     ' '
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dw»loi«'!.I^^ewW«tralnrtor,B;a
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BARRISTRB-AT-LAW,
TjindAg.nl Mon.ytoLoan,
.'. Oolumbia St,
Matte -i i>    Now Wutmlnater, & 0.
ttLQVf A, MACLVRB,    .
ARCHITECTS.
OmCSWRwm E,
OvwB.uk of B.C.,
dauSlto
Columbia Street,
;■«•,«''sTBAll**,..
ARCHITECT,'
.   Omos-Cornor M»ry and Clarkson Sts.
dwfe-5to
-vrALLANDAlNB * SAlf.OM,
ARCHITECTS.
InnesBlock,
.Hastings St.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
.'   dauaotc '
nriLLIAH R. KINO,
i'.-<ifi.i'-MaKiiit1ttsiit:i!-1:'"' |M|'
BUILDINa A LAND SURVEYOR, '
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Omcs-Niw Muesli Block,
dwapllte        ' Wostmlnster.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
•>*':    '  LANi) SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Ofwoa-N.w Muonlo Block,    ;,, ,
'" dwmbltlc N.w Westminster.
w.
J. WALKS* S CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
-.'"','.-.-aBNIBAL AGENTS,   i!
t, Buk Building!, KewWIltmlnitw, B.0,
liCta^ailK,,, K0ll.ua.
.■,.-.-ir-.*siuylTtOi   i-  'I lojhj
;f|* "■*<< TRAPP.
•'. I AUOTIONBBR AND APPRAISER,
Oolumbla Btr*et,.,.„.,..iN.w Wutmlnater
.AU commlttloni will receive prompt
. and careful .ttmUen.   Bast nfennces
glvin whan nqnlred.      "<'   mhlMe
I
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RAND BROS.
pMlIa BSTATB BBOKBBS.   .
il?   i   C.»v.y»J...M, C.U.et.ra,
"''.'li- iiiil-i'. V4IM 'is.sras.. Ag.uta,
t>B«*l if VICTORlAi Fort Street,    '
,,i : ,-    j,jjW WESTMINSTER! Corner
..... McKenil. and Clarkson SuY.
'     VAKCOUVBR, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for .ale In all .Mtlom
. Of Vancouver ud Now W..tmlntt«r city,
(• FARM. LANDS Of lupeiior quality for
tale at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
Langliy, Mauqul, Suraan, Mud Bay.Isd-
ner'i Lauding, Lain Iiland, North Arm
an« Pitt Blver.
GENERAL &, SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kindi of tlio but mtkel; OrtlSS-Cllt & Handsaws,
Barbed Wire for Pcoclrig. an.l all the neco»ary MrnillH for I'nrinnigi
«nUey Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Bape »jlAjijii juallaUes: PitcE,
ar * Oakuril Tarred ud Plain Paper fn Building! Paints & Oils
.nail colon: LiquidPaints In all shads*: Floor Paints ready to uu; Grind
BtMeit Wall Paper in ill detlgnt; Brooms * Brushes for all purposes;
lubricating Oils) Traps of ill description, as* a genaral assortment of
Agricultural Implements, '■■
ttT Special attention given to order, by mail. .-,,, -.
" '•!;*■    Ti *r!.'''*rs3j&.ipxj <sc oo.,' -
.WB-iaamasTiB.
,-llU"6^.'.:' '■
WaOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
BO0^S& SHOES
COLUMBt*\    8TREET,
*N"©*-a77"   "W"eetaaain.et©r,    B.   O. .
dwJezMc
A. B. WINTEMUTE
"Buffiilo" Boot and Shoe Store.
JUST ARRIVEJP--A LARGE ASSORTMENT' OF
New Boots and {Shoes
Which will be sold at Prices to suit every Person.
WINTEMUTE'S BLOCK,    -.>   I   COLUMBIAi;$!EREET.'
I dwaoi*to
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BRITISH
fTESTMElifiM.lu.
.«i -i'.i! iiiiii    ii
Slltobli
THOMAS ALLSOP,
DIRECTORS.
LONDON, ENGUIfi.
HENRY  8; jMASON, >
CUYLBR A.  HOLLAf**},.;'),
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Bread St.
The Butlncw of ALLSOP k MASON hu been merged in tho *bov. Compuy
ud will be carried on by the Compuy from thii date u a genenl Land Invettment
ud Insurance Agenjy. -j;':i'v       ; „. 3<F*3 ,i i
MONEY TO LOAN « Mortgage at' Low Rata. Town Lota u. Farmtog
Linda for Saloon easy termi,
Victoria, B. C, May lllb, laW. _      .   dwj
mt
m
FJLKi
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\k^t\M^0ml^^m.a
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hed^tkljoar
i-Hrt Agents & Surveyors
PLArtS FBirABID. titlBTBTB HADE
Sum, of Money AdVaaced
_ turitss, at Reasonable  '
'    IUtes of Intereit.
ram., f.r Me an frucr River, .Mve
./,      illttlmlnrWnlslnlff.
. WILLIAMS BROS, an In Conslantcom.
     thmwlth Intending sottlera from
1 and elsewhere, and have apeclal-
nsotlngwlnt,
.. „1 at. lower than any oth.r
"•aEarJ.'11 *. Province.
"OTrtCtVI-Oomet at Oranvlllo and Cor-
dova SlWetl.and oppoalto 0. P. It. Station,
TuMSVir, B. C. dapltml
I day. after dan we lai.id male-
MUatttolkeaChlalCommlliilboer
„     —i ..as 'Wprits fw permlMon'lo
purchue the, following diSorlbwIl.oil,
PfKSlrTtffi.I,,""d,CM,t mX™>
.OoatrojnilngiUpolntonthe.astbouu-'
l*" f^r, CoMt District, » ehalna
.th.   nmiheulwiy corner of
, .-..---    laaww oorher .
lot.th.no. «ut 1 cnaln., santh I
TSiItr—• "■"— —	
ttT. .hon lln. of Vlllag. Bar northern.
.rly .Ion, .aid .hor. II*. u> th. .o.nhM.1
t^fntmmss.
want
fio»jin.;c<«ld7.\o»:a7il{
timber 1mm "L»
1st when our,,... ..
laJJuSJii"****..Ion. oui. n—u..
J!SfjK'.t"'An*'l>Ji-' "Ir-cllou
. polal 10 chain, due north of lb. norlh-
.Mt«omwofLoTl7.t,oasl nialrlal.llio ice
•Ism* uasMst «p asSMUns l« tb* wmh.'n.uor-
a? .bilni, .alt W chains, and south 20
•aaln. to point of ooinm.noetnont.
. aWAfct^FLilinoMttisCa,(Ml
Bylh.lr.,enl,C K. Wonst,
-OF-
CH01DE   UNDf
WE AREi^OW OFFHRIP FOR SALE
the^leferated'"" '
MATHERSPROPERTY
. '   ■«    * "•'* " •i:''-: ■ ■ ■
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 jniles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
tp quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment. ,
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad sta-
vtion,immediately^ across the river.    <
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic OFFimBSi—Mayor, Robert Dlok-
InHon; City Cierk. Capt, Itoblnson: Police Mii[*iHtni*e, T. 0, AtkltiHon; Chief
Engineer Fire Depart ment, W. C'orbctt;
ABfiiBt-iiit, H.Rfliid. <
Court Okkkhalb.—Jmige of the Supreme Court, Hon. J. F. Mt'Urelght: Regla-
trai, W. H. EoiaiUtfi Slieriii; W.J. Arm-
stronc £VJ, T
I'noviNciAi/-•omcEiiK. — Government
Agent,CJioh. Warwick; KeglntrarptTitles,
K> W. Armst-pUa; 8npt. of Provlnctal
AHylum, Dr. JtLBentley: liur«irof Ajbjt-
Itun, Jas. PlilHQ)B; Governor bf Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby; Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Clias. Dlgbyj Intml-
gratlon Agont, ■ Jno.. flprott; Coroner, W.
D. Ferris.
Dominion Op*-ioiALi,—PoHtmast.er, J. C.
Brown: Collector of Customs, J. H. (Jluto;
Warden of PeDMentlary, A. H. McBride;
Dominion Lund Agent, If. B. W. Alkman;
Crown 'Jlmbor Agent, T. 8. Higginson;
«A«*!ifeW*. R.
Molnoes; Home of Commons, Donald
Chlibolifl; Provincial Leglslatme, Capt.
W.».BoWr.Q.C. ,
MAILS CLOSE  AND AKRIVK.
OLoaii
For Can, Pac. Ry.—Dully (except Snaday
*- and Monday), at 12.30, and on Saturday
,  (for dlipatch Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offl-
ceB—Monday, li,5; Tuesday, 8.15*, Wednesday. 0.30; ■ Thursday, 8.15;   Friday,
■ 8.80:Batorday,ai5.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet--Dally (except Sun-
ay) at 8.16,
For Ladner's Landing and Luln Island—
' Monday, 1145; Wednesday and Friday
6.W.      /:
For Clover Valloy, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For Elgin and Kind Uay—Saturday, 1145.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mull}—Tuesday, 10.
DTTS
From Can. Pac, Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) at Hi 19.  . ;
From Vlutorla—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday  lfl; Wednesday,'Friday and
: Saturday, 11.80.   ■  ..<   ;    b   *'   7    -
Prom Vancouver, MoodyvJUe, p°**t Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dully (except Sunday) nt lfl. ■
From Ladner's Landing and Lnlu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday,* 16, •
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Pi-airle-Frlday.-ie.
From.Elgln.and Mud Buy—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Puss—Sunday, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from0 to 19 (7 p.m,),
Tuesdays, Thursdays uud Saturdays- 9 to
IB, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when mojls are being sorted.
Money Okder a Savings BANK.-Df.lly
-9a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 6 to 7on
nlngs.
Saturday even Ings.
gitilg gpritieh (Eotambian
Tnuosr Eve.lag. a»»l. 11, 1W.
NOTES AND COMMBNTS.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeuess. More
MQpomleal than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In compel itlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
 L—ihate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdjek Co., 106 Wat 1 St.,
Kim York. 3fely
Tug for Sale!
TUQ BOATtlPEBTl COMPOUNDMA-
clilnnryi by Enstern .makiirs. '
M^nts. BRWlCkR A WfJLPFBORN,
HJto ■     Vancouver, B. 0.
For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
JFlA.0VX> BRO0.
,  -ilKqali       .a,.-,lli- :.-.«;a...,a,..vaw,ttB§iMl?'.j-.l.ll.i WIHI>
Cheap for Cash.
ACHES OK LAND.n HILRs PROM
. ' weslnilustor.onaKood miulj tlrst-
 blgh land, 100 acres of It from 1 to I
feot black loani.tliobalance altlor bottom;
good liouso and ont liutlilliiL'H. Por fiii-tlicr
particulars enquire at    THIS OFFICE.
M.w We.t„ Juno SJUi, \m.       dwjeaolo
FO|?^ALE.
IHE STEAMER "SWAN." ffl feot keel,
^ p feet beam, 4 ft, 8 In. hold; fitted with
double englm'K, (■*••■ xti eyMiidoni, also steel
boiler ami shaft (John Dots, maser, one
of the best manufacturers hfuanadaj. She
is In real good order and fully equipped,-
For 'further partU.nl urn, np.Ply to Sf. 0.
TEUHUNE or W. R. AUSTIN.      dsc4ml
7
don
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^MachineWorks
flUIE paoi'RIKTORS OB' TKRHK
i w works nave mtwh plenstiru Hi notify*
Ing llit'lr friend* un.l tlm public that thoy
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute uby onlohi for work lu 'their lino
with whUfli thiy msy ho favorem
A.MCKELVIE,
3fcc(lninicn'l Mnnngci,
Vancouver, ac, Hth May, i«ss.
dwinyjlle
wmi
i.
VTOTIOR IS IIRHEUY GIVEN THAT
1Y wt: havo ;t)iWI«.i ia ilrf.-a*qi|il,rsf
.funtnterior M.1 a nacuw,. to oatlumlinr on
(Bo mllowlnii Iniiil" I" Dm Rlalrict of New
'Weslinlnrl^r,.iiaiitclJ,.;;-. Jt'.n ,'vi ,:f
Tliu'Eiwl, half of riivllnii .number Flvo
HI. Tou-u.lilri num Ucr TliTt'O fill, Tti.uuo 28
Witt,
Tlio West half of Scollon number Four
Ml, Townsh|g qlimfitr, ",'hja.o (3), Itnngi.!l
Dominion surVej'n. '
Dated Ihe Will AligusU AJxIaass. .    '
By their Agents,..... j,
daulOml Cor»oi!i.d*MoCoi.i„
Coal lias gone up, and tbe following from the J'i«ie» throws some
light on the dark subjeot: The nn-
nouncenient made in this column
the other day that coal was $10 per
ton, hai brought ill the following
letter:' "Would you kindly'draw
attention to the fact that the coal
scalpers of thii city are only paying
the same price for their ooal at tlie
pit im when they wore retailing it
for $8 per ton. I would not bother
you about this matter, bat it touches
me in my tonderest. spot, ! the
'pocket'. " ' ,  "      . ]''
: Complaint has been made to the
Dominion government by leading
conservatives of British Columbia,,
that the conduct of the, -Canadian
Pacific railway company is fast making enemies for the tory party in
that province. Sir John Macdofald
has been urged to use his influence
with th. company to bring about a
modification of their policy. ■ It is
charged that Mr. Van Horde has
aroused the indignation of tho people of Now Westminster by declaring that he intended "to wipe that
little burg out,", and that lie has
been doing his utmost to promote
thp interests of Vancouver it the
expense of Victoria and the rest of
the province, For the conduct of
Mr. Van Home and his corporation
the Dominion government are held
responsible, and leading British
Columbians lay that if th. present
policy of the 0. P. R. company is
continued their province will icon
follow the example of Manitoba, and
repudiate the toriei and all their
works and pomps,—Ottawa free-
Brest:' 4t it hotdly- rirKesiary to'say
that the Free Brett it ultra-grit, and
the oTono talis sauce will not injure
the flavor of the above paragraph.
The Berlin a5or»e» Courier prints
a letter from a lady at Versailles, in
whose house the late Emperor
Priedrioh lived during the winter of
1870-71. "Those were indeed bad
times," ihe layi, "but we thoupht
ourselves happy, to be under the
protection of that stately and friendly gentleman, who appears to us, as
We now think of him, to have been
t—voA genius, who warded off mil-
*rJaw°* from our household. Although
according to the laws of war, he was
our muter, and the owner for the.
time! of all that we had, he behaved
himself alw^yi_ as it. he were our
guest."' I'can never1 forget the
gentleness with which he aaked for
anything, whether for himself or hii
adjutant, apdogliing for giving ui
trouble, fearful of causing any; inconvenience, and inquiring whether
this or that would interfere with
our own arrangements." On Christmas Eve, when a huge chest'arrived
from Berlin for the crown prince,
he invited hii hostess and her family
to partake of hii Christmas cake,
"This cake," said he, as he cut off
slices for the French ladies, "wai
baked by my wife, and I must
oblige you to taste it" He then
chatted to them about the Ohriitniui
festival in his own happy household,
And translated passages from the
letter of the crown princess and the
letters of hit two eldest children—
Wilhelm, the present emperor, and
Charlotte. "In those fateful dayi,"
she continued, "we learned to know
tlio whole good .nil open heart, of
your late emperor. On the terrible
19th of January, 1871, when there
wai lighting at Mount Valerien,
Ifougival, and St. Cloud, and our
troops were driven back upon Paris,
ninny thousand! of my fellow countrymen were taken prisoners. At
six o'clock in the evening the crown
prince had learned that among them
there wore several men who wore
not profrisionul soldiers—lawyer!,
artists, touoheva, merchants and
others. He asked the French olfi
core who were taken prisoners to
notify these civilians that if thoy
gave their names to him ho would
place escorts at their service so tlmt
they might return ta their. Iioinnt
and work.    This generous noblesse
BY TELEGRAPH.
in your prince made s deep impref* HM||ri'., and in M*j 100.1
ion upon tho French mind.    It ha* Wi
sion upon
never boon forgotten, and I know
with what profound respect the
knightly conqueror- wai spoken of
at that timo. The older folk in
France, in whom the rocollection of
these days mutt always abide, hold
the memory of ihe noble Emperor
Frederick in the greatest Mteswr
Mr. it, 0, Winlow, Toronto, wrlteti-
"Kiirtlirop k Lyman's Vegetable Diaoov-
cry i. a valuable moiliciue to all who are
troubled with Indigestion. I tried a
liot'lo of It after suffering for some ten
years, and the results are certainly be-
yonil my expectation!. It assisii digos.
tlon wonderfully, 1 digest my food with
no apparent effort, and am bow entirely
free from that sensation, which every
dyspeptic well, knows, of unpleatant full-
lioss alter oavav meal,
Children Crv for Pitcher11 Castoria
ll'in^." >»".'v,^  ttn   fi  ' r   .-
■Ill Againtt Trails ...tnangti In toe
Burthen Facile B«llw«a..Floods I
In Mai. •-Kicked n.
.at Ies,'ate..-.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
BIDBLRU WITH BULLETH.
TomnoxK, Arizona, Sept. 11.—A
young min named Charles Jonet, about
27 year! of ige, • cowboy, after being
paid hit wagei for a number of monthi
work, started to cross the line into Mexico about ton dayi ago to purchase some
horse,. He had in all **!5, and speaking of hll nroiMsod trip to some friend,,
laid: "It ttsoinn rojinWr. aria roMsr.
andbnythehor.es twill never go into
Mexico again; It. too risky." His words
were only too true, lor the intelligence
was received here yesterday that Jonet'
body wu found about six miles over the
lino riddled with bullets and stripped of
everything. Americans do not:stand
any show for their lives unleu going
with i good armed escort into Sonori
as the killing of Americans for almost
nothing seems to be their chief pastime.
THE CIEUR Ii'aLBNE LINE BOLD,
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 11.--The
Northern Pacific railroad company haa
Surchased the entire system of the Creur
'Alone railway and navigation company,
comprising a number of steamers which
ply on Creur d'Alene lake and river, u
well is twenty-eight miles of the narrow-
Sauge railway extending from Our d'-
,lene mission through the mining region
of that name. This newly acquired property gives the Northern Pacific an all
rail connection with Paget Sound,and
the mines in Idaho Territory. The narrow-gauge road will be widened to standard gauge. The Our d'Alene company
paya 2 per cent, quarterly upon tho capital of $2,000,000. There are $360,000 of
6 per cent, bonds outstanding.
.CHAKOKI   IN IMH.r.H,
New Yobk, Sept. 11.—The troubles
in the management of thi Northern
Pacific have been amicably arranged
•nd ohangc, are to. be mode at the
ensuing annual election. Pretident
Robert Harrii resigns and vice-preti
dent Oiket will be oleoted in hii plice.
Harrii will rake the potition of chairman on the board of directors. In
August Belmont retires from the board
and Bullett of Philadelphia will be
oleoted in hii place. The changes are
undmtood to be in the interest of th.
Villard lyndicito.        '
A LAKE HURON BISIEICI.
Chicago, 111., Sent. 11.—A telegram
from Port Huron thii afternoon itite.
thit theichr. Cheney Amet wu foundered in Lake Huron. All handi went
to th. bottom with hor. The new.
wo repotted by th. captain of th.
tchr. Oliver Mitchell, which wis in,
company with the Cheney Ames at the
time of the diiaater. Both schooners
were bound down the lakes from Chicago with grain. Tho Ames was owned
by Capt. P. Miyen, of Chicago, and
the crew woo composed of Chicago
men. Captain Meyers is here visiting
hii family, hiving left hii ion in command of the vend.
RETALIATION.      I
. Tobonto, Sopt 11.—Referring to
the passage through congreu of the
retaliation bill tbe Globe uyi that Ihe
whole buiineii il disgraceful to congreu, that Canadians must juit possess
their, louli in patience and hope for
the but. Influence! it Ottawa ihould
be direoted u much u pouible to do
whitover miy honorably be done to
avert tbe threatened evil. It ia not
Improbable thit the politicians of the
republic maybe brought up with a
round turn by the decent element of
tho American people. It inure that
public opinion in the United Statei ii
not so degraded that the country can
be carried into a course of wanton aggression by two lots of contemptible
politician! competing for the hoodlum
element.
CANAOA'k T11ADK.
Toronto, Sept. 11.—The governor-
general, who, arrived here to-day, in
replying to an address to the hoard of
trade, said: "It is a source of groat
latiifaction fo too the confident
itrength with which the Dominion ii
firmly relying on the juttict of her
oaute in being able to maintain in attitude of quiet and dignified oburvation,
feeling certain that the volume of her
trade ii increasing from day to day,
and if denied: one channel must find
othen."
'   BRITISH lUKQIi: BURNED.
Lo.niion, Sept. .11.—A report from
Valparaiso stales that tlie British bark
Struthern, from .Swansea for San Fran-
Cisco, took fire in the hold amongst the
cargo, In latitude b? south. Tho tiro
was extinguished nu-1 the vi'ssel proceeded to her destiii.itii'ii.
WIlEifT MABKET.
'. IiiVHBi'OOL, Sept. il.—Wh'it quiet;
7r@iojd..   .'
Ohioaoo, Se|,t 11 —Wheal, 91$ in
Oct., and in Dec. (I2JI.
New York, Sspt 11. - Wheat 1)9
bbio.s'i,90 Sopt.,9»' Oct., 100} Nov.,
1WWTOU1IDLA1ID AKD THK DOMINION.
St. John,.». B., Sept. 11.—The
delegate! to Ottawa to arrange the
terms of union between Now Sound-
land, Dominion of Caned., who wore
hero have left today having abandoned the project for tho present. Th.
reason given is tho extitence of th.
present trouble! between ■ tho United
States and Canada which are likely
to prejudice th. interests of' Newfoundland if she joined fortunes wilh
the Canadian confederation.'
REPUBLICAN MAJOBITV.   '
Portland, Me., Sept 11.—The returns ihow a republican gain of one
semtor in Knox county, one in Wildo
and two in York. If gaint and losset
continue is, the pnsent ratio th. house
will b. 1% republican! !o 27 democrat!. Ropublicina hair, a plurality
for governor of fully 20,000. .11
Bibjan-CTATMA.    j
New Yobk, Sipt li.-^l£tajB Wm.
Andrews md hit dory ''Saw; Secret,"
in which he attempted, to crow the
ocean, wu pioked up by the Norwegian bark Nova and landed here. The
captain hu abandoned the trip.
floods in SPAIN. •"
Madrid, Sept 11.—The riven Jeuie
•nd Guidalfeo in the provitfee of Granada, hive overflowed .nd waihed awiy
uviral bridgei ind flooded mariy villages. The people panic stricken an
fleeing to the mountains.. There ire
many people drowned md twelve bodies hive already been recovered.
THE YELLOW FEVER.    '
Jacksonville, Sept. 11 There wu
80 deaths up to noon to-day, ud 16 new
cases. Total of ca«es to date it 648, of
thete 400 ire under treitment.
REPUBLICANS VH DEMOCRATS.
BA»MBvMo.,:8ept il.a-.104 tuwm
in tho fbaith conire.iiiir.nl district
give a republican vote for governor of
15,163, democratic 10,707, prohibition
012, The republican pluraliy is 4460
against 3005 two year. ago. Sov.nl
town, are itill to be heard from whioh
Vill give a republican plurelty of 101.
Boutollo (republican), for Congreu will
have 400Q to 6000 pluraliy againtt 3715
two yein igdj
BILL .WAINST TRUSTS.
Washington, 8ept. 11,—Senator Sherman reported on tho substitute for
the bill against train. It providei thit
all contracts, igrcements, trusts and
combinations mad. with a view to prevent the full free competition in the importation, transportation and ule of any
article of homo or foreign .production or
manufacture, ahall ba declared .void.
Thi penalty fixed for any combination of
the above character In fine of 810,000
md five years in th, penetontiarv.
Late Canadian News.
Toronto, Sept. 0.—Goldwin Smith 'i
letter in the Afail refen to. retaliation
u followi: "In tending the- treaty to
the senate for ratification President
Cleveland distinctly implied that, in
his opinion, Canada and. the Britiih
government nude all rewoBible con-
cettiont. After thii he ii Hopped from
retorting to violence. The pliinett
law of honor; hit tiefintute, binda him
morallft,sJ|att}ffj| a faction of the ten-
ate miy hive done. Coiuudnjng.what
hia character ii, and what hi. -coun.
hitherto hu been, the present actio,
ii a ligrsl warning to the world againtt
the conuauencei cf • demagogue, government, let the government be in
whoM handi it miy. A greater or
meaner crime nun can hardly commit
thou imperilling the peace of th. nation to win vote, for himtelf." H.
believe! the effect will be to ihow the
people of tho United Statei the .indii-
lolnble connection between the two
countries, and thus to forward the
cause of commercial union.
Quebec, Sept. 6.—Eighty thouund
pilgrim! have visited the ihrin. Is
Bonno, St. Anne'., w fir thii isuon.
The. cure of St. Joseph, Lets], on
Sunday, from the pulpit of tho church,
publicly denounced two resident, of
the psrith who irelfthig' in conoubin-
ige, ud finally eicommuniotedthem.
This rather unniuil proceeding created tome excitement in the pwuh,
: Ottawa, Sept 6.—Information has
been received here of the death of
Hon. Louii Robiliille,' inspector of
cuitomi of Quebec diatriot and former
ly member of the unite. He wu i
phyiiciin by profeuion, ind wu call*
ed to the unite in 1883, on the retig-
nation of Chinic. He wu brother of
Theodore Robitaille, now! senator, and
formerly lieut-governor of Quebsi.
Oshawa, Sept, 6.—Coulthard, Scott
& Co.', agrioultunl implement factory
and H. J. Han', foundry, with.Urge
pirtofthimaohineyind material Tn
the former end ill thi content! of the
litter were burned The loss is estimated f 15,000; imured for »9,0OQ.
Toronto, Sept. 8.—The time for
John Teemer, the McKoeiport iculler,
to miwer the challenge of Wm. O'Connor to row for the tingle unll ekam-
pionthip of America expired at noon
yeiterdiy, when the champion through
hii failing to com. to time renounced
all claim to the title. Thii miket
O'Connor the ohimpionthip oanmaii of
America. Itii now likely that a match
will bo irranged between Gaudmr and
O'Connor for the chnmpionihip.
Wixnipeo, Sept 8.—A party of
official! of thi Northern Ps»l*o»rrlv»d
here latt night, inolodingMr. Graham,
the tuperintondent of the Dakota division of tho road, who give the eon-
tract for the Manitoba division. Work
will likely be protecuted immediately.
The station building is definitely located louth of Water itreet, adjoining the
premises of J. R. Sutherland.
Messrs. Parker ft Laird, of Hillsdale,
writes: "Our Mr. Lainl having occaaion
to visit Scotland, and knowing the net1.
lent qualities of Dr. Thomas' Bdeirrrfc
Oil, concluded to toko some with him,
and the result hat been vory aattmiihing.
Wc may say that in several instance! It
hll effected cures when ailment! had
been pronounced' incurable by eminent
practitioner.."
SILK RIBBONS 1
Thote of our reader, who would like to
have in elegant large package of extra
fine, Assorted Ribbons (by mall), in dif-
ferent widths and all the latcit faihion-
•blo ihadM; adapted tor Bonnet String.,
Necltwear, Scarf,, Trimming for Hat.
and Drese., Bowt, Fancy Work, ta;
can get in altoniahing Wg bargain, owlag'
to the recent falluro of . lug* wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by uncling,
only M canti (stamp.), to th. adeVeti
we give below. .,,,-
As a n^eo'oi offer, thi. home will give
rfoiiWe the amount et any other firm Is
America.! you will lend the nam*, ind
P. 0. addles, of ten newly married Mil,
.when ordering and mention the nam. of
this paper. No piecei lest than on, yard
in length. Sititfoctlon is guantntesoV, or
money cheerfully refunded. Thiwpaok
•get for 60 otntt.  Addrss,.      Z»r j ■
-   London Ribbon AoENor,
dwaplOyl    .;      '*****f,Ctty. N. 3( $ailS fritwk cSeltttnoinn
T**ssay ■rreslss, lepl. 11. in..
Wft hfj»e receiwd from the nresi-
dent al'Uie W.O.T.U. in ftfiis city.*
aop» i>f the address ef Mill Stance*
«. 'Willairl; prendent'of the World1.
W.O.T.U., to the officers and member! of that world-wide association.
The object of thu association is
itated on the document before ui to
be to unify the work of women in the
temperance and social reforms all
the world over, and to circulate a
petition addressed to all the governments of the world for the overthrow of the alcohol and opium
trades. Iti methpdi are itated to
bs preventive, educational, evangelistic, looinl and legal, and its watchwords, agitate and organize. No
one will deny that there ii ample
scope in this world of oun for all the
temperance and social reforms that
the united womanhood of the world
by their most devoted efforts can
hope to bring about, and all right-
minded people must wish them God
•peed in their praiseworthy endeavors to ameliorate the condition of
fallen humanity. In her address,
the preiident of the world's W.O.T.
U. mention! that only five years
have elapsed since the suggestion for
the formation of such a society was
first submitted to the Detroit convention of the national union of the
United States. Since then the organisation hu been extended oil
over the world, including the Sandwich Islands, Japan, China, India,
Madagascar, Cape of Good Hope,
Alaska, and other remote points.
In the course of her address the
president makes the following remarks, which show how thoroughly
she grasps the true situation in reference to temperance work: " The
belief grows upon me constantly that
the teaching of hygiene in all schools
with especial reference to the effects
of stimulants and narcotics upon the
human system is the only solid basis
for the temperance movement, and
that in all countries this instruction
may be secured by the earnest, systematic efforts of our society." Increased efforts are to be made to
circulate the world's petition, other
temperance and philanthropic societies, aad pastors of churches, are to
be asked for, assistance, and a general advance made .long the line.
President Cleveland's long-delayed
letter of acceptance of the nomination of the national democratic commute, his been made public at last
It il a lengthy and carefully prepared document, and of course ii in,
the nature of a political manifesto,
and treats of the various question!
now agitating the republic. It ii
of th. highest importance, sayi the
president, that those who administer
the government of tho United States
should jealously protect and maintain the rights of American citizens
at .home i and abroad, and ihould
strive to achieve for their country
her proper place among the nations
of the earth. To this end are required a sound financialsystem,proper means of defence, the protection
of Ibe national domain, a sensible
ind sincere recognition of the value
of American labor, limitation and
checking of monopolistic tendencies
and schemes, a generous regard and
tare for surviving soldiers and la'lori
and the widows and orphans of such
u have died, while guarding against
the application of the. pension fund
to improper cases, arid i protection
against. servile immigration. Further, tho president advocates a strict
and iteadfast adherence: to the principle! of civil service reform, a guarantee to the colored citizens of tho
itatei, that their rights of citizenship
shall be recognized,, a, firm, patent
and humane Indian policy, and the
j curtailment of the public expense by
the introduction of economical
methodi in every department of the
government He endorses the
pledge, contained in the platform of
the Democratic party, and promises
If elected to fulfil them. Speaking
if trusti, the president sayi: "We
believe these trusti are the natural
offspring of a market artificially re-
itricted; that an inordinately high
- tariff besides furnishing a temptation
for their existence, enlarges the limit
within  which  they   may  operate
• against the people, and thus increases
the extent of their power for wrong
doing. With an unutterable hatred
ol all auch schemes, we count the
checking of their baleful operation
among the good results promised by
revenue reform."   The president re-
, cognizes the difficulty   in  a   great
'country like the United States,
with to many and diverse interests,
•f formulating a perfect tariff system, and believes they ihould be
content with a reduction of revenue
within the lines of granting actual
relief to) the people in their menns of
living and at the lame time giving
an impetus to domeitic enterprises
tnd furthering national welfare.
W. publithed a oommunic.tion
;tl)tmt two week, ago from one Of
oar cituens, luggesting that it would
ball good ides for the iporttmen of
9*4uiwta. to form a society for
th. purpoie of preventing the wan-
Ion destruction of gams during the
.eloM season, .nd .Uo for the pur-
p«M Oi introducing ind protecting
sew -Urietiei of birdi We cannot
Wy juit to what extant the wanton
destruction hinted at by our ootrei-
gaoadent itttnitd onj but we tup-
pose it is safe enough, on general
principles, and taking into account
the propensity of the average mortal
for breaking laws—particularly
game lavji—to> risk■"'• the assertion,
that tho laws for the protection qf
gamp In this province will not be
very: unifotnily rospeastediuolesatliore
is some special patriotic organization
to take an interest in their enforcement. No one who gives the sub
ject any thought will deny that it is
a question of considerable—we might
properly say great—importance that
our present fair game supply should
be at least preserved, and even, al
suggested by our correspondent, new
varitics propagated. We are very
anxious in this connection that our
fisheries should be preserved, that
new varieties should be introduced,
and our fishing resources generally
maintained and increased. This is
right, as the fish of vurious sorts
constitute an important and valuable portion of our natural wealth.
Our game supply, while not in the
nature of things an article of commerce in the sense of the fish, is
nevertheless a valuable natural product for home consumption, to say
nothing of the added charm for most
men possessed by a country abounding in, or even moderately supplied
with, the various sorts of game in
their season. British Columbia in
many places is still a sportsman's
paradise. In our own district-
New Westminster—and within a
radius of ten or twelve miles from
this city in almost any direction,
splendid sport can be obtained in
proper season in grouse, ducks,geese,
deer, and bear for the hunter of
mettle. The ambitious and venturesome sportsman who wishes to chase
the fleet and wary mountain sheep
or big horn has only to repair to the
mountains which empurple the horizon in almost any direction: But
with respect to the more valuable
and easily obtainable game—ducks,
geese, grouse and deer—how long
will it be before they will be very
materially thinned out, perhaps
practically extinguished] We leave
this question for those who take a
special interest in, and make a
special study of, our game supply
and its comparative increase or decrease. It is certainly an important
question, and we believe that some
practical interest should be taken in
preserving, and, if possible, increos-
ing our game supply, as we hope to
do with our fish, In thii connection
we quote the following from an article in a late number of the Montreal Witness in reference to fish and
game protection in eastern Canada:
"In conclusion it may be stated that
although the game and fishing laws
are still susceptible of improvement
they have done wonders, for the
preservation and multiplication of
the denizens of .our forests and
streams, and the consequent cheapening and placing within our reach
must excellent food. Riveis now
teem with fish that 30 years ago
Were simply barren, and, owing to
the excellent work, done by our fisheries department in stocking suitable
streams, we have still better promise for : the future, nor is the
sportsman of today obliged to take
a thirty mile tramp before bugging
a duck or a pntridge,   as  in   times
James Cullen, Pool's Island, N. P.,
writes: "I have been watching the pro-
Sess of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil since
i Introduction to this place, and with
much pleiaure state that my anticipations of its luoottt hive been fully-realized, it hiving cured me of bronchitis
and soreness of nose; while aot a few of
my 'rheumatic neighbors' (one old lady
in particular) pronounce it to be the best
article of its kind that has ever been
brought before the public. Your medicine does not require any longer a sponsor, but if you wish me to act as such, I
shall he only to happy to have my name
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Province, Mr. John C. Brown, Post-
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In authorized tn represent me In any sale
of in v real estate In the oity or district.
dselOinl        WILLIAM CLARKSON.
1888.
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Its northern boundary. Distance from
Port Hnney railway station, 2 miles; distance from school house, %.mlle.
This valuable property will be sold at a
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On the Premises,
Fort Haney P. O. dwjly2iml%
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Overcoatlng,Trou8erlngfuid
Fancy Testing.
ttrvt Imp a large snd aalHl .took ot
everything that It found In any Hr.t-.laM
Tailoring K.t.bllsbmenl.
Orsosm OOMNIAt HOTIU
Colcbiu St.,  . Nsw Wimawai.
y
WANTED
DULY-CERTIEIDATBD ENGINEER
for tho str. "Fatty o.u*»n." Apply on
d, ,. '.;•      dauito
ITOTIOE.
l|;.M.pf Ntf Wedmisitsr
HOLDKN AtBBW WESTUIKBTBB
fTIHE SITTING OF _
A,^Cesrt haa been noatpni
nskl.y, September 5th,oiitl
Set. ird. of which all plait
THE   ABOVE
anli,"wft"nVBH.p and jiiror. will -t*ke notice and govern themselves accordingly,:
W. H. FALDING,,■'"■■
'   Reglstnr. '
Dated AugustJJtb, 1888.        dau27tlseU
CK I TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
OOHBOVA ST.,    (Opp. CP.R. Dbpot)
Vancouver, B. C
HAVING LEARNT. GUN   MAKING
with .leading English maker last
prepared to do all kinda of Renilrlogat
moderate prices.
ttr Special attention to re-stocklngaud
re-browning, '   	
SPLENDID STOOK of INO.U.H.QUN..
" ,       IdJljpliBl  .,-•
MAJOR & PEARSDN
Real Estate Brokers and
Finaaclal iitnts. f ■
AOOTTSFOIt \   'A,.
CsMfederattSD Ui*a AjsoetatlM of
Toronto.
Royal and LaMashlra rir* Ins«r-
ance CompaBlei.   } }\ y        rxi
JS9.Valuable I^ots for sale lu th* Otty-
and District of Westminster; and choice
*U)ts in the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural properly should communicate with
.us.   .*.. * '.' ia"-'.""'""   •   ;■*..
Offices! Bank of B.C, hulWlng,opposite ;
poslofflce, Westmluster, and HastlngsSt,'
Vancouver. dwaplMe
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT
,KD STOCK OF
English, French, Scotch,
and Irish
SUITIWQS
Evir Shown In New We.tmln.ter.
WcstofEnglantlBroadcloths
and Doeskins nnd Fancy
Trousering,
J. S. MANSON,
; CliBWa SUOpp. McKeill. HU,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
,     daplSto
C. E. WOODS k. C. GAMBLE.
Un lutvtiot. "■ - Montr Pwut.
ffoflisJurifirSyiB
LANO 8LHIVEVOR8,
Betl Ittate, bisivuee, Fiunoi«J A^nti
AND CONVEyA^gEBS.
;\: .Jtt^7mTBtmOTt     .
FIR«»-Ta. Wsjtlrn of fcronti^the JEt-
IM, The Ofty of London, nnd TH. Hart-'
LIFE.—The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACOIDBNT-Th,a*ravelltr,!oi£aitXara
Land Ssrv.ylng In all It! hranohet accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Inbarkas Land, for (al.,
W.caB.I»w»!coraSleUnr	
localities.
lit of dtilrable
and nnlm-
VusklaslMisl.lmt	
proven, throughout the dlslrlct.
Mlslag asd oth.r Stock bought .nd
sold.
Money t. Leas on flnt mortglgeat
low ratea. __„
Tst-IPBOBB CALt, NO. M.
P.O. DbAWbbW.
W00BS,TO1X«B*«A1IB1K.
Omoi, Iiuiri luw,  •  Uuhiu inin
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dmblllc
FOR SALE.
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
Obi of tho Flnett Locitioni In th. City.
Vs-WO-B,
OF THREE HUNDRED AND IWEN-
TY ACRES.
Houn. Barn j 40 acrw fenced ud under
cultivation.
11000Cishj Balinoo on long tlm,,
OF TWO HUNDRED A»f> FORTY
ACRES,
100 loret good Fnlrli; Balaaoe -tllly
cleared,   Good Barn ud other Im-
-  ,.;-ft********. ...
■ mm>xqm, m«oo.
i, ..I^dp^BiBiiaa*- fafftfti
Aiao-i fium>r of_W|
|le«,iP
Ksrscai
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
AJ.1U.
?vSmmS
Cl-JLLrWHACJK,
WANTED.
QITUATION WITH A LtMBER FIRM
O by a practical, experienced and capable young man.   Particulars and references by mail.* Address
j * ».-«. P. SMYTO,     ,
danUml   Bt. Fujgence, Baguenajr, P. ft.
House foF*Saleh
MB8- EMMA GOLD OFFERS IIER
1YX asanttfsl ruldeaee, situated on
Royal Avenue, opposite Oapt Irving'.—
tbe "Nob Hill" of Westminster—ou rea-
aonablo term..—Apply direct to
daulTtc MRS, EMMA GOLD.
lAisses MCDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Wastminster, B.C.
"Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplSIc
sr. sa -BJp^S^X-SjsaWPtll ***
DRESS WAGING
At mss j^K»mm\
(Latk op jStfytitBi
Corner of Church and Colunible Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
MrSatlBfactlon guaranteed,    dwftffto
"^'-""'WLLUTTS
u ry!*.,.!■ ENS
■COLPMEDAL-PAR1SJX73-
Aobxtsi T. H. HIBBEN « CO., V Ictorla.
»4ajroc*yl     .a --•-;.
NOlThOl.
Canada Life Assurance Co
ai.
lARlfm INSURED IN THE ABOVE
aCornpany, whose Premiums nro pay.
^jloftt Eastern polnts,can have the place
of payment thereof, changed to this city,
free of charge, by applying to the undersigned.
ttr Risks takes la tall leading Cana.
dlan Company at most favorable rates.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Brick JSannfactnTBis,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS: Port Haney.
OFFICES: Corner Colnmbla and Mary
I   Its.. Mew WM.-nUs.er.     dwmhlUto
the
OTICE IS   HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.   we have applied to the Minister of
e Interior for a license lo cat timber on
e following lands In the l>i«tojct of New
Westminster, namely]
All that piece or parcel of land lying
Immediately south of Lot riuinber Four
tbttttdsed and forly-sevcn, Group Two. us
shewn on the plan of Township number
Three, Range 26 West, of the Sixth Meridian Dlstriotof New Westminster, described as follows:—Comuienolngntihesouth-
eastcornerof said Lot 447; thenco south
40 chains, thence west to Cbeiim lake.
thancn ffflltiwlng 'bt tpsl shore of said
lake and tho outlet thereof to the west
boundary of Lot 447; thenoe south to the
southwest corner of said Lot 447, thence
east to place of commence ment—Dominion surveys,
Dated Ibis 10th day of August, A.D. 1688.
KNIGHT BROS.
By their Agents,
daulOml Ookhould A McColl.
IMoctU45»Wshaiid
flEB
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Antkorlud Capital,   •   £3,000,000
Subtcrlbed     « .    -,500,000
raid UP, •       615,000
ilBDdiAseierT**, a.    ■"'-
„,     31i| fllo.i 1887, ™<:   1.ISS.US
ISctlMe lira Briach,     t^MS.aU
**^"Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J, •. jips,
Amnt for N.» Westminster City and
DBtrlot. djc22tc
ABAKAN.
LIOR SALBylao At
C situated OH a trunl
Jrom BrowisVllie. Pi
bottom! bsJuce ltghl
of small ho.se on pi
nrovement., ,aucb ...
Ac. Further ipartlcur
•tthltoflloe.
_ GOOD LAND,
lad, about 3 miles
..Ion of land rich
r timbered. Frame
mlses; otber lm-
learlng, draining,
on application
W.O. LOYE,
fubioubli M-Jii..Ah Htlar,
i St., Injsirpf Gplqnlal Ho*
lo HandBroS.Vornee^llnellc
•arord.n	
Olarkion St.
tel, next
CITIZENS
For Every,M|U of the N. W..S.
I hive 2 WIl«i iUTTUESSKS, which
will be sold cheap lor
srlsdles-Don't buy your BABY
BUGGIES till my order arrive*, hi • thort
time.
P. PEEBLES,
diuUe Coltjbbu ST.
application to the Honourable th« Minister of the latsrtor of Canada fora lease,
for timbering purposes, on the following
dtserlbed tracu. of land sUuatfd in the
Dlstrlot of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vU:---Oomweflelng at a
post marked J. O. R. and J. McL. 190
chains, about northwest from .she outlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's application; .thenoe
west 240 chalnsTMore or S-mi. to.airost
marked J. G. R. and J. McL., 8.w.; thence
north 80 chains to a post marked J, G.R.
and J, McL., N. E.; thence west 240 chains,
more or less, to it post marked J. U. R,
and J. McL., N. W.; thenee south 100
chains, ror re or less, to a post marked J.
G. R, und J, MoL., H. B.; thenee east 40
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and .1. McL., 8. E.| thence south 60
chains, more or less* to a post nutrked i,
Q. R and J. McL., B.W.; tfieiifafeastM
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. MoL., 8. E.; thenee south 240
ohalns, more or less, to a post marked J,
G.R. and J. MoL., 8. W.i thenee east 400
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. McL, 8. id.; thence north 80
chains, more or leas, to a post marked J.
G.R. and J..MCL, N, W,: tbsuffteast«
chains, more orTess, to a tost ijarked J.
G. R,and J. McL, 8. E.; thence north 120
ohalns, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. McL, near Brunette Sawmill
Co.'s application: thence along said application to the place of commencement.
AlsoSectton S4, thewett half of Section
35, and the east half of Section 37, all In
Township Twelve (12), District of New
Westminster, Province of British Colum-
b,a' '^SSm^   j
By their Agent, I
■■;■■■■    a O.B. bakb.
N.w West, B..a,28lh Aug., 1888.  dinllm \
■ vi868.:,,;„;r'
Harper's   Marine.
itLM^tiiAt^b'.
progressive" tho*l§ri?iind  ni
[an of
nt In
every depattmeni: of life.  IMdea other J
altrncllons, It will contain, during the 1
American and foreign Industry; heautl-
WMtWQU^^
Indies:n,ewnoi-*-•—«*■*■■— —- •-
im. Aigiern, miu
jhoveTettes.eacli
Black and
In a single nnmber, hy Henry James, Laf- .
oadlo Hearn, and Am el I e Rives; short- \
stories by Mlsa Woolaonsnd Ath-trpopu-
i^-rSsuasiK
itorlal Departments are conducted by I
George William Curtis, William Dean I
Howells, and Charles Dudley Wjtmsy.
OARPEB* "raSIOSICAU.
FEB   WEAJIl       ...
barviu'8 ma0azin1	
rabfir'swebelt..:.;	
HABraB'SBAIAB..................
HIBPKB'S TOOBll PBOrlE...
.... U 00
 , oti
.•„... < oo
„... 1W
ttrnfff Fn. to all sibHrlbs. I. Ik. HJalM I
Bute., Ca.il. or Mexico.
nik'l,    .
jiir So-«4.Ti,i.  ___
will begin with the number current «tJ
tliueol*i««lpl4f«11dm-        -'-T    ™     S
Bound volume, or Habpbb'i MAtfAsiaB I
forthrMyMn. bl.MB BMt^loth bind-1
Ing,will MHntbv mall.pfstpald.oare* 1
Ml* Of fAW per v^«»».   ".-lot*, Cwi. tor I
Analytic*), tad QwUM, toVtiainM 1 to 70, .
taclui'M, Wi iW^,.taJmt, IIU, osi ]
.   ydtNWMs si
Money Otwr or I
«mmtt
—Bt'*&
MVSSIIB   1WSB   lODINAt]
:   ?i%Wi^"SE.S^lf*',
in the World.
It circulates In every State and Territory i
of tbe Union.
It may be found on the Kews Stands in
every large oily. i   .• .   •>
the vast body of Its subscribers an nco-
pleof wealth andcolture. >■
No otber Dally published In New fork,
Oity has so large a majl fjlronlatldp.       ■■
WEEKLfGHHPHIG
Baxriiofl|irtjjBfflis,B,C,
mm xn www jisobt.
STEAM, SAU. * ROaf BOATB ON.KAID
•"'Whii^^AKijiffir**
LAWKS i CEFABTMEilT «|(AAfiAXE,
Tnjsti *l.lc t« 01.00 ft day.  .
„OiUy I muetiiromAga-sl. Malton, O. P.
R.  Reduced ft. R. ind ^Isamboal rlHa.
Excunion ratal Mod Mr a" iliyi from
We.tmlb.ler to Agassi! Station .nd re-
ObtBlBedMH.KoflM
Tk.r. I. kudly • r.ataava*.
VSU.A atatn vku, a. IU»
eaiMv.,. ... set .Mca	
by .sst.rlker*.
It embrace, the bett, /ealure. ,i
lUll.r Obawiio, pl«or(JrfrT II
for the preceding ,1. days. 111. tl
Ml Dnif-claM lllmuataj WMkly
-I. mid for half the prim of IU Bvr
lain, ihe lalwln.m and m.rkan
aad I. accnlring a plmom.nst
From time to I
Idltloni 1	
towSfiVougl
Mania, wanted to
tlon.lu.yerj
to-WHS^I
Jargl oomlr.	
for sample copy,	
dFot toAmn ud olkwi t-SOTBlshs. ad-
THI /UWMtMllilBBhJlBffAMr.
S^nlSSffilSft^irt. i THe,6AJ}l»t**\ tbApe.
«*t#l Mul, 'torn Jan
wfakioi
.T^-##c##tikt:Mi»«k«'i'* ••*
tuft tfelaatMi isdiWholtsomo Arllel.
the export of bananai from Jamaica to
America has of lats years becomo important. Th. Atlas Stearusblp Company,
trading between Jamaica and New York,
carries at least 60,000 bunches of bananaa
every mouth, beside! other steamers trading; with Kingston. ~*   .-. m      -   x
The Atlas steamen call fortblsfavorite
fruit at Kingston, Port Morant, Morant
Day, anil Annatto Bay. The other com-
paniea' vcneli carry from 8,000 to 10,000
hitiiobs, Mfsiostlt.
.,.. B»l<lc!,tlil!li---qa«mtltyot baainai,
. -thesa aiai firon) lajOOp to ^OOO.barrelsof.
; i orauK** c.a^Wtsom.tliaitliuktfli Niw
York.HaliJoiow.BpitMi, Philadelphia
. juiAJslirr.psiis. .■-'.-1'-...•;
The banana trie beui but onebunch In
Iti life; and when thil li cut tho treediei,
leaving, however, numerous nickers,
which soon come up, and thua replace the
old tieo. Tap erawtb) I, very fist; it is
goinu on all the year round,
Some bunohes weigh as much as ISO
poundi, thi average being from 80 to 00
pounds.
The averago number ot bananas on
eaoh bunch is about 200.
Tliefrult.ts very delicate, and,, requires
muca.cari Ih cutting, transit' and ihlp-
Ing. .Too much heat in the bold ef th.
- ahlfi.axUl^lpin it tooaulclily, ao that of-:
ten a whole shipload may arrive In New
' York worthless and rotten. On the other
hand,in excess of cold will chill the fruit,
so aa to make It unfit f or the market.
The proper leanauwAuaae should be from
CO to„o0, degreea tu •he hold. Tbo batt
fruit iHsuaer. trading Ib - th. Witt
Indie, nre especially ventilated for the
.purpoie. <-   ■,-, • i
■ i Wom.nrttho.ar.»tli. principal workirs
In tb. field, carrr.taa, buucjie,,on their
heads, from the tree Jia .an open spot,'
where they nre packed lu .carts, to bo
tiiken down to the itore at tbe leacoast.
In their working dress, as in most parti
.of tbe W,st India*, the women tie letting
round theinielvei, and then, .drawing the -
ilt-eiaup thronrjh-it,auccceillriarranging
tliedresaBhort,enough, io that tbey may
not be prevented from vrnlaing freely.
The carriarce of the .fruit to the shore Is
iimlertaken by both sexes, tho .men driving niiilo and poby carts faint many quiet
races take pl.-re on the road), and the
. woman curry lug bunches on tho head—
young girls coming in for their Bharo of
. the work, . x#zt ■
The .fruit is. then carefully packed In
large sheds to await the arrlvc-l of fie
iteamer, which has, ot course, cither been
telegraphed, or Ib known to be duo ou a
certain day.   . jr .■■•»,
On board the Allan steamship, tbe.
bananaa .rrlved quite green, but In flvo
day.theywere ripened tn quite ta alarm-
Ing manner. This shows .what judgment
la necessary for-the proper picking and
picking to insure the arrival of the. fruit
5''1ja^rn«ri^kgood"copiiltjbn..,.      ;',      .
{m*4«al«*»!!you tbe arrival .of the ve»-
Bellnthb'ppl^orli'aytlioiiidoessof loading small Voafali begun. This is done,
of court!, .gain by women; tho only men
to be teen about are tho. overseers and
contractors. The boats, when full, arc
rowed ilongsldo the steamers, and .tbe
f.ult li carefully packed away lu the
bold.    H
The iteamer I wis on actually took on
lioard UVOop bunchei, which seemed to
ebmige but very little on Ihe voyage. It
lsilfiiyoril, Iinlt In Aj>ior(co, ai\d is con-,
ttubully advitnclnftln public tiiate, .
. ■.w^erB.laaui.irketiuKliig.1oii,JqBwtoa,
every day, but Tuesdays uud Saturday
,;«%•!» tyyuW J. •?
: fh. Goidon, Sav-m rooal,fcoma v»ry,
early bbflr, presents a curious sight, with
the native villagers coming Into town to
tell their produce. Theybrlnj innumerable baiketi, full of yami* blnnuaa,
P-P"-**, b-aa*, ,«4- IwojAmadi cokes,
iilled«Fon.*aitoaot ttt. eakir.Hch bag..
t"'*-»i*»fa«*#,*>*|C,,,,:'-
They com. a great dlitinee, many ot
I hem twenty or twenty-live miles, and
return the iame day or nlgbt, most of
thorn preferring to do the walk home at
night, when it Is cool. Ode cannot go
fir In the West Indies without seeing a
mm shop; bread Is alio to bo bought at
the lams shop. Al have no doubt that th.
poordonkeyi, which, I think, aro badly
lnlu', an vary glad of the reii-Corr*.
■ lp.ndcnt. :'»'..
*nK.*H7asaS»thV-»,li|Bf-or ItMtt taw.
,(WBl*'l«i'*«wr;   :..-
tin. Smith wis tilting In the kitchen
th. otbtr tviulnj; when.»low sad. wail
lk|r.i|>r*r   At Ik-Mis..' tlmi
♦ttioftevrt
linTOK—-J»S*r**
Thin .toed llitli Johnny, bli brent
honing with npproated.iobs, and cov-
.rcei with sts* fr.m keel te-foot, Ire
deed, It wa. bird to full vhloh wm Johnny aBd.whlcli waajnud.     ., •>.
Mn. Smith gu*d at him for a moment In iptMbJes. rage, then catching
him bFth,.r««b..dragged him into th,
houn.
"Sop, JtiWtt wi.tch," *b. *rt*d, ".u-
twerts, traly-Wh.nr In the worl' hi.
rtftsar, stf•bits., ye been d-sla'P
••||^|a?*W:1iKSi
^SsO *tea Hi Ih. mnrl" repeated bis
inothir.  "Ms crtle, wait till yer faitbor
cornea hame, an ye'll tee whit ye'llget
for fi'ln' doon In the glaur,  Whit dm
... )ie mean by Itf An' yer mw kulokir.
1 t^W"*\'' TO?*a*b»nyMiln despair.
"I hadna timo ter tsk' them off whin I
felt, inaicl' fi'ln." .   i
Th. mothor'i fact reined, and ainttl.
gradnally broke over her feature!. Fol
. .onae-ln hii 111. Johnny managed to cMSP*
vlth.n admonition.        -„,AHr
$ ■ ,4; IWAI13 STEAM -j,".,
AVMMI. Tsswa 1. Delete..
'""OTHtiwat** one. b-nlni to bol( It li
ImpowibUi*. -ill. It. tempwatunany
blghir; .11 exceu ot heat Is abiorbodby
Ah., ***4*4nc. tt M called, latent hut,
Md bjilvta ou; again iTbenlt coudenm.
'•*■JrW ***f*' *' tanltuj tbo ctcara
•caplhB.ffoni.tlioraoutUof a kettle, bnt
hll ll facorrcct-itean is an luvlslbl*
vipor, aad wo cm bo moro toe It than r.
!*S*V*i^.jyM»l'.»«'K'\«"4Uo *i|.r>'.3
miot mMtJmfflM thpitcsja ea>
dmiti on coming into Iho coclrJr.
MitUt boll water In « class flats, wo
■hall antic, that nothing can bo oecu la
*al"laa»a-ai*aw*fSSs*y obecrvinj tho1 Ituaui
and of th. .pout nnd tb. point whin th.
„*"Slf a**""""' *'*1r"*' ,
-Tlilidond of.,term Is nf exactly the
.ttn^J&niiiheeieZinvMolrMttu
.•hsslui^iWlsUcli aw I Sjncd by tho con-
^njtntlim^tatlaMtt mgkrn. bf aoat-
wts^r™"*'**^' ■'•"
MRS, CLEVELAND'S SOCIAL ;D11TIE8.
.**. Labor.l.n^^.lbiai,.:o<fiv*|
;•■ Pr»SSea...tvlrc'.
' Hri, Cleveland'! edclal dutlei aro
greater thou ll Rinonilly supposed.. Shi
Mtlsl, the President it hia atate receptions, ami sits opposite hlm at state dinners. She fi considered the social bead,
of the Administration, nnd she Is, Indeed,
the mistress of tho White House.
Tho gorgeou! floral decoration! of th.
Btni.o reception rooms arc subject to her
approval- r.nd sho stands with tliePresi-
dent ivlloiiovor be receives his guesia in a
social ivny.
Tl..::'.atoilliincri of tho Prrslilent are
pr-:..-.; i iho grandest socinl iiffnirs of the
Aintrio.-.-iccart.ondtoliuIuylied to the
White Iloiijo (o cue of thoscri. the bocIoI
evr:.'. cfiilll.timo.
01n Wh'.'.j. HajuecWnsesSrllh ll,-''t,
The:'.v.'.ia Cand r.*;».i" lilio vesllbulo.
'The :;vc:.i E.^tBoc:abc:::-iti- n tropical
flower g.-rile::, r.ml iti v.-lilto r- I silver
piliiu-s nre v.-rcathed i. ith t :ii-1.i,i*Ih nml
fc-.ins v.ilh - flor: ? clllcldii, i ;ioii T-'blch
t.-.vo been wiivtn A:..cl-I...:i «.i;;Uu ol
j piul.-D r.nd ro:c3.
U Id'bero'l'mt Mn. Clivi-land elallda
with 11:0 Prnlileiit i.:ul roc. Ivi it ho thirty
or fifty cues', j v.*!io l-.va l-rc-.t invited to
tiodinner,r.~ 1 it Is '.:■', i l.:rclhntsiie Is
e-.cortci. tothcutatc' lug room by the
tiost Lor.trc .1 cf the r -.:'.•.
Tha dining room i;u.;kli" Willi eut
Bl.ita-r.-ilj(llver,r.ndilia i'.rrc.:rif ninny,
ci'.raeili, r.-o'.ten v-P byijr-'jt.'.ci co.hi.
Th..dt:»ll;-totvlnndi ir.rji.wiiihcd down
vrltU rr.ro oil avlnea, r.nd a number of
gla:. :c3 stand Iv-cdck plato lave that of
Mrs. Cleveland.
The Frnidcntl wifo lino, aa faran her
OiTa.eatap'.t! nodiatwoiiscd the. cause of
tonirierancc. She ilrinko iiclhlng at the,,,
dlnrietl but Ai^llnvtlt rater, nnd;
though iho ilocn t'.t, l i T.ld lire, Ilayrs,
.endeavorto reality, Ihe 1 .'.:, of otheri,
'•thi doci not toutlf *i:-«l.i."ielf.
, At ber Bt.-.to rcc r'lont the shakes
.band! with from thrco tj f.vo thousand
pcrionsqh everylv.;!i r.!-bt durlnaillw
season. It la said tU.-t f.lio J.r.-t shaken
hands wl'.h r.cva '.ban c:jo liundrcd thou-
BaBdp,oplpi'.iirinR.l{iopaaitw|ntori "    [
. She tin EbciU JaWkflrff fsd each onl-
lor -receives a warm r "asp and a decided
pressure. .In most casc.3 this ts aceinrt-
pdr.led by* a cordial or.: lie, p.nd .those wbo
have tho pleasure ot eb'qttl'ng with Mrs.
Cleveland for a.ihdrt tloo becomebor
friends.—Cosiiiopolltau.
'Jhl'ttlacc
vapor, aad a
li a'common eirpiM**dri, eften heard
irom those who have realised, by per-
lonal use, th. curitivo powers of Ayer'i
Cb«rryPectoraL *»Joannotsayenough
In praise of Ayot'i Cherry Pectoral, be-
Ihriang as I.do that, but tor lta use, I
Ihould lung lince hivo died' from lung
tro»Wli,-II, Bragdcn, PalMtlue, Tex.
About ilx monthi ago I hod a lovero
Hemorrhage of tb. IiBBgi, brought on
by . distressing Cough, which deprived
me of iloep .nd rest. I had used various cough balsam, and expectorants,
withont obtaining relief. A Mend ad-
vtMdmatotry
Ayer't Cherry Pectoral.
I did io, ud un happy to lay that It
helped me at once. By continued use
tbl. mediolne cured my cough, .nd, I
am Mtuflid, laved my life—Mrs. E.
Coburn, 18 Second it., Lowell, Mail.
I hav. used Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral
(or over a year, and ilnoorely believe I
should have been in my grave, had it
not been for this medicine. Ithoscured
tn. of a dangerous affection of tho lungs,
tor which Ibid almoat despaired of over
finding a remedy.—D. A. McMullen,
Wlndior, Province cf Ontario.
Ayer'. Cherry Pectoral laved my life.
Two vein ago I took a very lovere Cold
which wttled on my lungs, I consulted
physicians, and took tbo reincUes they
trrMcrfbed, but failed to obtain relief
until I began using Ayer'i Cherry Poc-
torol. Two bottles of this medicine
completelyreitored my health.—Litfio
M.AUon*VestLancaator,Ohlo.     tl
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
tTOTlOEL
WHEREAS MY WIFE, MARGARET
GIBSON, has leftmy bed and board
Without any provocation whatever, thla 1.
to notify. .11 penpnt not.to.trust heron
m> account, at I will not pay any debla
•lien thi miy contract. ■
JAMES GIBSON.
Chllllwhaok, August 4,1888.     dwau7m8
THE ilACKAltB ,OF,P*U0UTTA.
I J .|.| . )   . | '
Their Great Usefalnes. H^Ued by tho
Intolerabla Music They Hake,   i'
Kind friends bad warned us, ere me «• i
tired to sleep tho first r.',-ht In Calon,li*,
not to suppole that .thero wai .anything
tho matter if we shoul4^1iear the cry of
tho jackull, ..But for iho warning 1 do
not know what our feelings would have
been when, awakened from our first sleep
by them,'we heard a pick nasi cloeoto
the haute. ■      '   ''  J""""'}'      ■' -• '
It seemed to Us as though tho conscience
ofthoaa-hoio city had linbarred tho portals of hell and put a trumpet In th.ba.d
of every liberated fiend.. 1 bad presumptuously Imagined that familiarity *nib
tbo concerts of Loudon cat! would, en-"
able mo to sleep through the jackatl'ef-
, forts. ' ,;.'!'■■.:
. But though tbo. cat bis undeniable
power be can never hope to -roach the top
notes ot th, jackal.- ihe latter, Indeed,
lacks tbo-. convcrslttonll .variety of tho
moro domc-sUc animal.       ..... ,
Ho confines hirnicif mainly to one'tmy,
. which begins in aicol-auologetib l»w
.pate, then asccntji n little^atij with n
susplQlon of npolegyannd csJpl^a,ttoii that
heilliliiot-bieanio ui.-.Ife ^jiitp ao niut-h
nolb'e, !ih'f could ndt"hciiiU;'andithen the
floodgates, arc open, and seeming to any
that ho decs not care, he yell, with tar-
cos'.'c abandon, gv        oJJSl
Terrible as a "wiaderlog volet" of the
Biglil, tho jr-ckalappejiraa-- poor crealuru
'should he bo coma Upon In li!3 own proper
person by day... True,'his teeth ore to be
-respected, but that li beeauie, like .all
carrion feeders, bis blto Is more orbtis
poisonous, lie' ts himself a tuenklrig
cowardj useful, however, beyond; description.  ■ '■   foKonH
No lyitem of drainage will ,Bible Calcutta to illipcnco with lta natural scavengers, and cf these tho jackal 1, aniong
the most cdclent. rcerlnc Into dark corners and with a noro been to scent opt,
what hu ct:apcd even the c»w!a.brlalit;
eye, llttlli m (hat secmijUjarisi, he Gils a
ipeclil p)ioe.In tho sa^taar economy of
.t»ocity..fiiialacC!.—lutsjils and Tails.'
NATURAL HAIR   DYE.
A Ylrgtal. 1>».: jv»a»irjfc»-,g.. Bra-'
MouXake <«sit«« sselrthc p|eaf
est natural deposits of hair dye tn tbe
known world. All who bathe In tbo
wa,tars«U!<a.lak»j|j^a.^ If
tholbasUus bo persisted In for any length
cf time they get to be red-headed. ,.': y\
A.«artlar.ti5rlng»<mted the Isrlnfaig
raich, on thonorth tide of tb. like. Ho
haa threo strapping daughter..
As.uoh ia th. water.hoits. warm
enough th. glrlo dolly wont bathing In
tbo Ir.ke. When they bequxtitlag their
dips thc.gir'MKta brown4iatMd,but they
loon found thcrasclres hccQialng blonde..
This so dclightsd them -tkit' they began
bathing Uric. ..Say, and.iitween Unto.
washed'.their hssdi In iS> ttettihht
lake. -   - "       ; )J[iJ!!
Tho old mm had noticed the gradual
change tn tho color of th. hair; of hii
daughter!, ud wu much utonlihed
thereat,'but. be hid hlMpipVlona nnd
mid nothing. Us ke,t<i«l»t,tiU tb. hair
ot tho girls became »<!ery red and then
ho wont after the old woman .bout it.
Iiu ordered tho old ladyto bathe.twn-
larly every day with the gtrliriaying lhat
if eho becomo red-headed h,*otild think
thero was Bomcthlng in It. Soon tin hair
ef tho old lady woiu radai thit of her
doiightert.	
' Th. old mu itiU lassaghfrthiri wu
icmc trick nbout thotwilness, it he tried
th.bathihimself. »owth.pl4inan,thc
old woman and all handi are's family of
gotdin WoBdet.-Tyirginla City fia(eg-
prlie. ,   '..;,,'
i'<    Advhxto
Clngyntn Ihould be brliXudto the
point. ABoiton clergymu owe had a
broad hint to that effect. >'v[|
"W* would like to hive you ihort when
you marry qi," inld a i rotpeetlve bride-
groom, "b,,causo wc arc going West."
"Cow aoon lifter the ceremony willy..
start;" asked the clergyman.' > '    '
"In ibout. week," wm the reply, .
Than the miniMw nslfsidAt bad a,
reputation as one possessing th, gift cf
or^iit»^lla.iW.>Ma«aauui.    ,.'.'
' Said a dtitlngulBlicd patleat to bit phy.
■Iclan, "Doctor will yon hand mo .ray
Uiedlolne, plciMf"   . . i   .
*;;feuT',,»^^
the ll.lletln part of..ar-«-«"'
doiiWr will be tire itmltnif..
OAI.X.  Js.*s?
OLD STAND,
0pp< the V. P. N. Co.'s H'liarr,
Por a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
oxiOTHiisra-,
Millinery,
.     Udiii* I OuUm't Apparel,
Groceries, Crockery, Cord-
-    age, Ac     n
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Grain, feed,. 'Ac
EARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Front Stribt,   •   New Weht^tkstbr.
fJH
CHINA  4. JAPAN
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED n large
conalgnment of all kinds of
CELiMATED TCA,
jubroldercdlilk Goodi,
Bhawlt, Berccm, Bed dullt»,
... Z    Brutlsgeowni^lc, Ktc.
...   —ALSO—
PorM|i,nI^iumA,Clol|iPoe,
I   BioiM, Ivory, Umdilwood ud
',...',. OUPlOl of Every Description.
itatina't, evuv steamh direct fmm
MlrtA/WP 'A'AH.
' Hoping thdt you will honor lis with your
. vlalt^we rerpalii -erg reipaetlally yours,.
KWong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, He* "itmiMUt, t. C.
Pott Offlce. Box ^0.7, dde«yl
J^OCIATION.
•i4M,n.
it
OurmBlre Capital
HEJko'.OFFicE, Toronto, Canada
• A;HOMfCQ_MPANY,
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in .it from the following
EAQtSs-
The Beourlij offered to po] icy holders is
nnsarpussed by s,ny Company doing bnsl-
nesslnOinsds,
It htw no schemes of Insnrsnoe, but tlie
well-w^stablULfett lines, hence the noliuy
holders cannot fce misled as to theJr contracts.    M   | j
" i[a|#r-i«0ts to the publle can l.e road-
4nrstiJDd.ltJiMSb sWtc-BK'nl show-
m^Jl*?W T   "^l| *>*a«*w ■?*P*n"
Its position lsMcertalitedfinntittlly from
n detailed *ri}lua/Uon (n wlileh every Item
ofli-AHirylstnclntled. '
rogresi has been unexampled tn
' * insurance in Canada.   ,
« lns1lsfS|ta|l« After three
forfeitable after two fears'
it* profits are dlstrlbutsd npon an equitable Basis.   The proflts to one olass of
l^i'r^u,^,,D0.\brf:'..';b",';h
m.lhoa.frord. tuperlor advantages over
th.MhV.rm boniu pliu of dlitrlbnUoq,
ilffattll UstHista h IsMnuaiul
Travel. ■
'. ,l.K,MaoDONALp,
Managing nireetor.
, AgMt, mw WsitmlnilM
MISS FREESE, late of Seattle, W. T,,
Is now prepared to give Instructions
on the Plftnn. will Bo to the homesof tho
pupils If desired. IteHltlence-W.R, Lewis,
Agnes street. ''     dJlySOte
SIGHTv.^UNDNESS
USiE ONLY '■
N.  STANLEY'S
-OELEHHATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended  by Leading  Oculists in
America,
' 33. LTTJLL cfe.CO.,
dmyHOto        Agents,NowWestinlnster.
Wza. A. DashwDod-Jones
FRESH CALirORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
.    djeato
THE WHITE IS KING
-pARTIER "DRRIHOUS OF PURCHAS'
I. In-r should not fall to give these ccle-
urntcd Mnohlnena trial.
C. J. ItOHSOX.
Agentforthe Mainland,
Also, Agent for  the celebrated White
Bronif Monunicut Co. (IJel5to
Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Long Experience in th.sn.ln..,,.
  dHOllyfm   ": .
Dominion_Lands.
Tl' YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
JL Pre-emption or for rent of. Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
00 NOT PAY CASH
But pay In |
' llsor"
large discount.
Hcrin cau be c
quantities from
Serin pan bo obtained in largeorsmall
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
S^.XTK3litB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB VBOK
TUB HANK OF BEITI8I1C011IIBIA,
-    NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmbetc
io, Hal,
BY WAY OF THB
OJVEmHMEIIT s?
VICTORIA Bit,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Beat .Makers in the World.
rnHE, WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
1   anil PIANOS of  H.nin A Hamlin
laiivo arrived. The ureal HTEl'K PIANO,
with luiti'iit siistuLiiinii pedal. The mutch-
less DECKER A SilS'H' PIANOS. The
well-known- DOMINrarv I'lANOS and
ORGANS. Havo nli.ii In stoelt RUNISCH
anil CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs sold on.ruonllily payments. Pianos for rentand rent iimilli'il If purchased.
Oallal
H. Peters' Iliislr Store. ±
dwjeillo VicroniA, B, C.
xnxmmm-
THE HT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time tkan may other
Bonte between
New WsstminrUr iid Sin Mm
firmd SecBlc Bonte or tlie fuclOc
Cout.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Expross Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Frauolsoo:  Unlimited, igllt First
Class (Limited), *».| Sooood Class (Limited), 915.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen. Freight A Vise. Agent.
 dje&to	
DEALER IN j
hm\ Merctts!
SI1W WI8TM1X8TER, B. C.
■-ANY MAN—
Who Is Weak, Nervous, Debt 11 tat ed,
who In his faiiy »nd Ifnoranee has
Willed away fils VlRnr oT Body, Mind
Rnd91anhfn>od,eauHliigt'xliuiistingdrnlns
upon tlie Fo-sntalita of Life, Head-
ache. Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness uf Memory, Bashfklness In
■itolety. PlmpUs upon the Faee and
all the Kn>eta loading to Early Decay,
C'onsnntptlonnr lnaanlty, will find in
ourHpfcIno No. 28 a Pusli Trl'nre. It
Imparts Yonthfni Vigor, restores the
Vital Power lnold aud young,strengthens mid Invigorates tlio Brains and
•-'•fTs	
case esu he enred lu three months, and
recent ones In loss than m days.  Kaoh
Pneknire contains two weeks treatment,
rice ft!. Cures guaranteed. Our Kiieelfli*
No. 24 ts un liifallll.li' 4'ure for all Private Diseases, no mutter of how long
standing, Bold under onr written Our*
MUeelo effect I Cure, Price $,*,. Toronto Medicine 00.. Tom i Uo, Out,
COSStlfflPTION
Tlmt dread torror, n disease so long
ballingsolenoe and the most sltlllou
physicians, who knew of nothing to
iirrrst, nothing to alleviate, nolhlng to
euro. Now it Is no longer nn Incur*
alile malailyevcn when given un by
physicians,licnlth t-un yet he found In
omtHKMKHY; ll heals nnd soothes
the menhmne nf the Lungs, Iniliuned
nnd poisoned by thu niviigi'H of this
fell illst'see, anil preventM the night
sweats mul tightness across thoebest
wbleli aooompuny It,  Price ft".
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto MedicineCo,,Tomnto,Ont,
OUR ELK6ANT l*RHPARATIONS.
Remcmher we mnnufneturn ami nre tho
sol<>proi>rK'lorsof Miu following xpoolal-
ties, nml that Ihevflan be hud fioin uo
oilier source. 1 HEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Cnrrespmifli'iiro miU'iTv eon-
ililcntiiil. Coii'-iilliition itiiiui nil chronic
tiu-fiif-r* liiviiiil. NO CHARGE except for
medlolnrs. All goods nciii Kfccure from
obsorvullnn, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Onl,
HAIR COLORING.
Our ningnifli'cnt preparation-, nrowar-
ranted norfei-lly hurmU'ss. Wo prepwiti
tho following colni'M-thii thicr shade*
arise from the hulr Itselfi Hln-k, Dark
Brown, Medium llrowu, flit^lmit. l.lglit
Ghsslnnt, Gold Hlomlo, Ash or Itlnmle
Cendree. fl<-mt snmple or hair whin or-
derlng. Price, fi per bottle. Toronto Mediolne Co., Totonlo, inn.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordcrlnit ptnflsi- spenlfy whioh you
Mgulre; we Kuanmlen them, tn give entire
satlsfiuition. No. K liniuuls to tlie skin
thoonlor nml fnnhnsss r>f inhlileiihonil,
harmless and cannot he ilolecli'd, 11.1?.-,,
No. » removes wrinkles, ft*, No. 10 removes Liver HpofSjIl.as, No, 11 reinuves
Flesh Worms, fl.fli -No. V2 nmoves
KrecklPH1$l,2."». Np, 18 removes Pimples,
•1.25. No. 14 removes Tan, v?l.2ft. No. 16
romoves Moles,*). No. in remnvcu Pook-
nuirks.Hil. No. IT removes undue IVrspl-
rntlon.tljr). No. IK.nn qbspliileunfailing
spt*olflcrrtrtlu' retPiiMon.iFevclohmontor
restoratlim of the HalKffl.SS, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
THE BUST.
No. KllB a emblnod Internal and exler*
nal tnuitment which speedily iievolops
or restores the female bust to the proportion*, of voluptuous natute. Is entirely
harmless and certain ia results. Price IS.
Tiiwnto Medicine Co.. Torpnlo, Ont.
Hay and Feed
;  XtX ABXBT. '
WOOD&OOAL
■     ("fHBBESl! WALITY).
Dry Howls, Boots & Sims,
Provisions t&Grocoriefi.
FARMERS' Jr?ARD\VAR**,
•VAs we use no whisky or tobacco we
caaihytemperate habits and careful economy, serve the publio at especially low
rates.   ■ dwja!2te
IMPERII
FWE IMSURANtt ciyp'r.
1 Old Bboau Si. sad U Pah Mall,
»NB0N.'.
INSTITUTED lg08.
EORINSURINO HOU8BS* OTHER
Building,, Ooodt, Wife., Merchan-
i, Monufacfuring and Farming Stock,
Ship. Ib Port, Harbor or Dock, and tht
Ctrgoeiotiuch Vetieli; also, Ships building ind repairing, Barge, mil other Vet-
lels on navigable riven aad canals, ind
Goodi on hoard inch Vessel., throughout
Great Britain and Inland and in Foreign
Countriel,
FltOM I0SS 0K D1SAI1K BT FIBR.
Subtorlbed and lavwted Capital,
J61.600.QOO STG.
Rttei of Premium ind iverj lafamis-
tloc can b, obtained on application to
W. i. ABM8TS0JJ6,
Agent for New Wettlniiutcr,
MA0HINE17
wher
AVISO LATELY INCREASED OUR
.   connection  lu the East and else-
...ere very considerably, we are In a position to give prices on any class of Machinery that mry be required, including:
Marine and Stationary Engines ami Hollers, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Buss Planers, Wood lollies, itand
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gauise
Lathes, Hlinplns Ma-hio< *,
Shingle Marhlucs, Lath
Machines A Bolter*,
Two,Three nnd Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Haw Mills, !»oitable En.
glues and Bailers, and  llolstliig
KnRtnes,   Also, John Bertram
A Rons* nnd The f/uidnn
Tool CoM Iron Working
Machinery,
Brick Machines nud Crushers of cither
the Martin or Balrd make,
Mill Supplies of all dosorlpllons, Including circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Tenlh, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Ircnittcr Belting, which we carry In
stoelf,
Htcnni Pumps nf the Blake, Davidson or
Know Ies make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
ou short notice, as well as Paints and
tin noun inn-ice, iu  wwu  ub  *rii|iii«i  nuu
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the oele-
bratod Biiiad make, Wire ftr     "	
on and Steam Fitters Buppl
Is of t„.	
Rope, Plumb-
tplles, Ao,
Wo nre sole agents In this Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co-y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfit* we have furnished here will testify,
FRASER aTeONARD,
Cam We St.,   Opp. News-Adrertlser*,
VAKOOUVKR, B, C,
LOOK      H ES
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
Which will be sold at tbe LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CABH. «*,AlarB.
conalgnment to arrive ehortly.'Sai Always in stock—Leather, shoe Find*
Uigs, tic, oi all kinda.   Custom Work • specialty.
- o'jk.xtxxia xt.oxTmmxtJk.xT,
itwjelyl      •"';. UO.Sl.COLrtaatBIASTBBBT.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
T
|HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND XKON-WORKINQ
Machinery to their Businesa, ore now prepared to do aU kinds.of
Turning, Fitting, DrUling, Machine Worin, Pwglng,
And every description of BLACKSMITHINCI, at nriM cocsirieribly lower
than before,   It ia our intention to have in tho course of a few weeki».   ,,
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with onr Business, We have the LARGEST STOCK anil
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. 0., and employ none put the VERY
BEST OP EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, oonseqiwntlv,.w«aMia^ranteeiifli-
faction in workmanship as well as prices. We have obtained the service! of .
First-class Horse-Slioer, and that part of our Bushiest will have special
attention.
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in thii line, wilt hove
our belt attention. *,   v
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reuonible rstei.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality,
for Bale.
We lino keep in stock, to supply tbe trade, all kinda of IRON; STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HOfiSEA OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Vlctotla'prtcks.*'' .
trEltirnates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork.- "Calliind intpect
onr Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.    - " - «
dwjlyiivtc KElt)   &  QUl^BIE.
"CislorUUioireUiaUptedmeluliIrenthat
I recommend it'll superior to any prescription
kaowntolne."      B.A. Abcbbb, H.D.,
111 So. Oxford Sa, f*w«rn,H,x,
        *.^™*.:****sa-^-;-.,-
Sour Stomach, BlKtboja, l^uclition;^
Kills Worros, give! sleep, sad promotes dl-
WllEStaiiuioiiir,
Tai Okitaiib COBPAmr, T7 Murray Street, N. Y,
F
rE   UNDERSIGNED  HAVE  BEEN
appointed agents for the
UNCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And an prepared to receive applications
for policies on all good risks at current
rales.
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B, C, Building, opposite
Post Offlce, Westminster.       dje26m3
Annual Gathering!
-  —or THE	
XtXJk.XXtX.Jk.XtX*  '
Caledonian Ut, Andrew's
socxe-xtt
WILL TAKR   PLACE AT TUB
ACRICULTURALHALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Thursday, October 4th, ISSS
Ti>c prize list for the Games and Sports
Is very large.
. There will be a GRAND BALL in tho
PETER GRANT,
Hecretary.
KSTABLlSUEfi 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Dearly opaotlit th. Cofnnlal Hotel,
T
NEW WESTMINSTER,
IHE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
•uortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
tttes, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
WWSflT POSBIBLB PRtOES.
asroTiqae.
I HAVE THIS DAY BOLD IttYniaHT,
title' andTnterest in the'New Westminster Brewery to Messrs. Jameson 4
Wright The dehts due for goods delivered up to the 31st of AnguStlastareduetO
me, I hope all my old friends will give
thenewQrm a fair trial, for they are deserving of confidence and will give satisfaction. -
H.KEHOE,
Bapperton.
Westminster, Sept. 1st, 1888.;      dselml
NOTICE.
ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS due
the Royal City Plahlmr Hills Co.
must be settled on or before Sepl. aothor
tbey will be placed luCourtlor'collectlon.
T. til nusn sf tWMISg Mllrrlall
Until farther notlee, we ofltrareat Inducements to all cash purchasers.
ROYAL OrafrPfcAHl-Nfli MILLS CO.
(Limited).
New West., Ann 81,1888.        dwauSlml
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
XI the "Temperance House,"fronting
onOolumblaand Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates:     ,  .
Board per day. •••■ «H.,H.i..-u.».».tl 00
ii      <i  weej. ( gag)
Single Meals .......'..)—   »
Beds................... i .—..-.     3S
MsGood accommodation for I.adles and
families, . •  myMe
Flowers for sale  i
MM
hack, uvery; SrtCE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS Alife NOW PRE-
PARED TO TtlRNOUf
DOUBLE AND SWtt£ RlflS
i   At Special Low, jUt**i;f
lh)if-iM',M'%f4nB(
Don?.at enseal Vb'fjba^
OryrorSwoM dellvered.-to 'llry part of
tho City., ..-. T*1.!     ..-...-aJV.
OtalrnbyTele]ihoniwlllrarsrvBprompt
attention,   '  _ t i, ,.     lX t.,.^.
•arstable's ncarijf oppajilto dip, R, Be-
■liot,.ColumblaSt.;hevWb«nilnBter.
djalltc      QILLEY BftOS. "Pbops. •■   -•'.tat.:     i.:av'//      .'   a.   .    ...     ..-^,.-..v;..w; -.    ■>.,■ ,,;•,. .^u-t^Jt .<,..'
THE OAILY  COLUMBIAN
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Cvwy' AMntMB nwpt tssaSy,
ST TBI
KiBir-arais'r    aaogncaxia,
Al Ih.lr gtMna, ""rlBllBi Btlabllih-
ment, Colombia Street.
BY   MAIL;
ir a nioolh.......... to JJ
ir I month «»
ir 9 month!............ 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE CITTl
ir a monthi......... 110 00
ir I monlhB.......   125
ir month      to
. risk ....»,.-—••• ~-—•     ■*
Payment IB all out. (except for weekly
rale) lo he made In advance.
uviiroiM ma m m uiir.
»ra«.le«IAavertlMme.l..-Flrstlns«r-
tlon, IOcU. per lln. lolld nonpareil; eaoh
tutiMquent eonseoutlvelnsertfon,2ota. per
Hue, Advertl.em.nla not Inserted every
day, Set., per lln. eaeh Inaertlon.
Hollas Advertisements.-Regular
BuslaMS or Profeeslonal Advertisement,
will be received at following rates: 1 Inch,
■jper month: 2 Ins. *S;Kool. 15.80; X col.
an; I col. ,10. If Inserted lor less (Ban a
sum. 10 per cent will be added.
•racial -Mien among reodlni matter,
» eU. per line eaeh Insertion. Special!
.ailing attention to advertisements, lOcla.
airline
Births, Marriages and Deaths, ,1 tor each
Insertion: Funeral Notice. In connection
With death., McU. each Insertion.
AietlH. s*le>, when displayed, charged
tt per cent. lei. than transient advts, II
Mild, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
'    Ii.aed every Wedaaday Hernial.
iSUvered In the City, per year..,.»...~l3.0;
Sailed, per year 2.00
alii, I months 1,25
iiiiiv mviitiiiu urn.
I Tr»B.lealAdverllMBieBli.-Flrst1n,er-
llou, loots, per line solid nonpareil; sub-
• Mpu.nl Insertions, 5 eta. per line.
.    lUwdlol AdvertUease.tt.-For 1 Inch.
■ - MMptr month: 2 Ins.Wperm.; Ilns.pM
!»BiTt tool. 112.76 perm. I! Inserted for
tlBi th.n 1 mc*. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among reeding matter,
W CIS. per line each Insertion.
far. must be alt metal,and rorlargeoatl-
.n .xtra role will be charged. No odvt,
iBserUd fn either l.sue for less than ,1.
•trParsons Binding In advertisement.
ihould be eareful to atate whether tbey
isto appear In the Daily Edition, or the
*eklyTorboth.
W«
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Buggy & Harness..... Major k Pearson
FilTt Winter Goods ..... M. A. MoRoe
Notice & C. P.M, Co,
gmlij British tColuiabian
Taetday Evenlni, Uepl. 11,
M. A. McRae, merchant tailor, ad-
VaWtiiu today.
Buggy ind harneis and oider mill
for aaie by Major & Pearson, gee adv.
Th. latest Fsll Shspet in Ladies'
Straw md Felt Bats, at Jil. Ellard
-aYOos, *
Teemer hu accepted O'Connor'i
challenge to row for tho sculling cham-
rrlonthip.
Tnui fir nothing haa been seen of
Iks convict, whichi -scaped from the
ttfimtuwli*tiP>mtitjj-' '"I! '"'
^JsaWFalt SbWes in Pluihei,
Silki, Drat. Goodi, Ac., tt Jab. Er,-
faAio it Co.'8—London House. *
. last .vehing three cart containing
oir-r 100sheep came down from Kamloopi for Van Volk.nb.rx Bros,
afewn. Walker* Shad well have re-
moved to th. "Colonial" block, iu th.
(ten lately occupied by Hr. W.
Hon. diuSOtc
Th. Itr. Gladja left thii morning;
for Ohilliwnaok and way ports with 14
psMngen ind s larfie quantity of
merchandiae.
Juit irrived, at "Buffilo" Boot and
Sho. Store,. urg. anortment of Children', itrong School Shoot; alio, Im.
periaj Lutfre and Fnnoh Gloit Polish.'
-~**n-w-*l #*fcll«(liri<in«f Aid.
H.r*iu(,.»"Jl«*edjsrte3Tisy, will take
plsce to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the reiidence of hii parents, Mary
itra.lv.
"Ackerman Bros, ire doing remirk
ably goud work in. moving the Thomp
son-Bo,ill building up Columbia itreet,
The building will reach ill deetination
by to-morrow evening.   .
The real eitate market in thia city
his been somewhat quiet for the put
day or two, but it is expected to come
ap again towards the end of this and
the beginning of next week.
.Ayer's Ague Cure acta directly on the
liver and biliary apparatus, and drives
out the malarial poison which induce!
liver complaint! and bilious disorders.
Wimntea to euro, or money refunded.
Th. ,tr. Rainbow from Victoria,
having laid over lut night at Plumper'! Put, cam. in about 9 o'clock
thi. morning bringing 12 paitengeri
sod about 30 tout of fruit for our nier-
ffh.Bti. .-''-'
W. know ot bo mode of treatment
which offert, to sufferers from chronic
diseues, . mon certain hope of cure
thu that whioh is comprehended in the
ist-of Ayer'. Sarsaparilla. For purify ■
ing .nd invigorating tho blood, this pre.
ptration ll unequalled.
At the general monthly business
■netting; of Ihe Y. M, C. A. held lut
.veiling in the association moms.
Messrs. Hall1, Rand, Auitin and Thoi.
Cuif^lngham Were ohoien ai delegate!
to the convention which is to be held
In Buttle, ooiBnwnoing oh the 20th
tart.,    v     -'
Work on the Weitminiter-Southorn
right of-'w.y Is progressing favorably.
MoGorvie A Bonion have two gangs
of mea—20 men in each gang--at
work on their contract. They expect
to h.ve it finished from Brownsville to
th. hatchery about the end of thil
meek;.
The itr. Irving came down from
Chilliwhack and way porta thii after-
soon-bringins S3 passengers, 6 boxes uf
ohlokent, 50 bilei of hay, 100 boxei of
fruit, 8'boxei of butter, 7 calves, 20
tacks of potatoei uid 80 pkgi. ion-
Iriis.. Sh. nt.ro! up river to-morrow morning at 7 o'clock.   -
The auction ul. of suburban md
•alitricit property held lut evening at
Un Colonial Hotel wu well ittended
aad .vary plies of land offered wu
told .1 a wiry fair figure, the' principal
btj*«rs being Mauri. Wiltshire and
WsW Ts. plot of load near the
B« A«Mrd cannery which wu lAr.r-
llud am trithdrawn from the sale.'
. Th. (tuner Samson, which wu put
o» th. way. lut week, hu hid her hull
(***fcsd, Mrsped .nd ptlntod and is
■ow-s-eTftBisfruh cent of paint on
bttaopnt dieki and a general over-
hasting. Capt, Grant .xpeoti won fo
•tMi,. ordan to go to the mouth of
IJs, Mssr fi-f* lrsprorement eon-
It would appear that the little love
god hit no retpeot of persons but enters
in like manner the cottage and palace,
irrespective of creed or calling. We
find him even invading an editorial
unctumatthe mountain capital, and
yeiterdiy Mr. H. McCutcheon, proprietor of the Inland Sentinel and a
Mist McLean wore united in holy
matrimony.
Report! from down river say that
there waa a heavy catch of salmon lait
night, but in' tile river opposite thu
city tho boats came in with only three,
and four ulmon apiece. Thia iaa
great disappointment for our fish dealer!, who nave had very extensive orders from ill putt of the province und
from all the principal towns md settlements along the line of the C.P.R.
clear to the other end.
At the regular weekly meeting of
the board of aldermen held last evening in the council chambori, before
■ny buiineii had boon transacted,
Hit wonhip the miyor ititod that as
Alderman Herring had lost one of hii
little sons, lie thought that through
sympathy and out of respect no meeting ihould be held that evening. He
therefore moved that the council adjourn until Thursday evening next at
8 o'clock.   Adjourned accordingly.
Mere Vessels ('Bartered.
The Royal City Planing Mills have
chartered two more vessels to load
lumber at this port, anil aa soon aa the
company's steamer Belle, which hai
lately been undergoing a thorough
overhauling ind being made more
powerful, ii ready she will go to Victoria to tow the first ship up the river,
probably some time next week.
Basinets Transfer.
The book and Itationery business of
J. B. Ferguiion & Co. has been purchased by R. Jamieton, and the transfer took place thii afternoon,' Mr,
Jumiesoii will move his present stook
to the itore formerly occupied by Mr..
Ferguson, snd the combination of the
two itock! will form a large and very
complete one, Mr. Ferguson will remain in Victoria for some time, and
we hope will be able to remain with us
all the time—Times.
Heavy Lumber shipments.
During the past fortnight ending
yesterday, the Royal City Planing
Mills have shipped from their yards
in this oity to the eutern market no
leu than 650,000 feet of lumber, 450,-
000 feet of which were shipped during
the past week. This enormous quantity of lumber filled 34of the C.P.R.
Co.'i cars and waa shipped iii from 4
to 9 carloads per day. Shipment!
equally u large aa these will be made
for the next two months to come.      .,
Word waa received in thii eity lut
evening, of the deith it Alder Grove
of Mill Cosens, the youngest sitter of
Mr. Gntens, who it well known in thii
city. The young lady who had been
ailing for some time, wa, only 23 yean
of age and a great favorite with all
who knew her. She will be much
mined by Ihe people,of the neighborhood. The remain, of the deceased
young lady will be taken from Aider
Grove to Lehman'i Landing where
they will be transferred to the iteamer
Gladys and arrive in tliis city about 2
o'clock to-morrow afternoon, when the
funeral will take place to the church of
England cemetery it Sapperton.
;Jf**""*-m*
It hu been uid, though tho report
ii not confirmed, that Conolly md
Adiir, who escaped lome dayi igo .from
the penitentiary, were teen on th.
afternoon of their escape on the North
Arm road, making their way toward!
the mouth of th. river.   Another re-
{»rt, alio licking confirmation, would
late it that they wer. oblerved lut
Sundiy evening, about dusk,' on the
Brownsville-Semiahmoo road, going at
a rapid pace in the direction of the
latter place. It il fairly life to say
that, whatever road they took, they
have by this time reaehed the boundary
line, whioh will place them beyond
reach of recapture. With suoh a magnificent reward offered it is a wonder,
too, that thoy could etcape.
   I   s.-. ;	
Osr iBdlini*
Mr. McTIernm, the Indian agent,
reports tint nearly ill the Indians
lie engaged by the different canneriei
along the river and alio that many
othen are employed by the different
contracture on the clearing of the right
of way for the Southern.railway. Ho
also says that although then wai on-
eiderable talk of the Indian! being employed in the Washington Territory
bop fields there were very few whir
even attempted to. go over, becauae
he advised them to the contrary oh account of the experience hd has had
with them at a result of their going
over in former yein. if. They returned
from the American sidem demorelized
that they would gamble away the very
clothes on their baeki, when they
wsnld return to the department for a
aupply of clothing.
At Ihe Hot Springs.
Following are the latest arrival! at
the Harriion Hot Springs: Mn. Mo-
Donald, W. D. McDonald, Rev. W.
Patterson md wife, Miu McDonald,
Chilliwhack; P. C. Scott, W. A.. Fuller, M. L. Fagin, Thoi. Burnett, Vancouver; Ira Wilson, Mri. Pemberton,
Miu Pemberton, V. A. Lepriiice und
wife, Mn. Turner, J. A. Turner, Viotoria; Mn. Lewie, Mn. McDougall,
W. H. Edmund., Dr. T. R. Mclnnu,
J. O, Armstrong, Weitminiter; Mrs.
Wolfe nune md child, Nnniimo; J.
Feldman, Montreal; Prof. Siunden
and wife, Ottawa; Gentge Stuart, Ash-
croft; E, Copeloud and wife, J. R.
Cardwcll, Portland; E. Wile, Chas. E.
Stone, G. O. Phinney wife and child,
J. H. Griffiths anil wifo.S. Harris, Dr.
McKinlay, Seattle; Geo. Burnet):, Port
Hope; MA. Doekiteader, Port Haney.
Children Cryfor Pitdiei'iCtrtoria
" ■ausail T.BT.1SSBI.
Extensive preparation! ire being;
made at KamloopV for the baseball
tournament md the 0. P. R. pionio
which takei place on the 17th init,
Tho committee il making arrangements
to securo all tho accommodation necos-
sary lor visitor,, and tlie ground! will
be put in fint cliu condition' for bile-
ball playing.'- Up to date there are
foiir entries for the championship,
namely: Victoria, Vancouver, Westminster and Donald teams, For the
local match, for which all beyond ara-
diut of 150 milei ire excluded, there
ire three entries, namely: . Kamloops;
Nicola and C. P. It, teams. It is to
be hoped that our eitizem will extend
their liberality a little further uud
furnish the home ti-uni with at least
enough funds to pay their fare. They
leave here on Saturday and we will
await the remit of the contest  with
much interest.
.. ——.	
Presbytery Heeling.
The Presbytery of Columbia met
thii afternoon in St. Andrew'i
Presbyterian Church in thii city.
Eleven ministers md leveral elden
were present. The rev. gentlemen iii
attendance are, Revs Messrs. Fraser,
McLeod, and MoCrae, of Victoria and'
vicinity; Revi. T. G. ind R. V;
Thompson, of Vancouver; Reti.
Jamieton and Scoulor, of thit city;
Rev. Tate, of Langley; Rev. Pattenon,
of Chilliwhack; Rev. Fraser, of the
Fraser river station; ind Rev. Chis-
holro, of Ktmloopi. The Presbytery
will sit to-morrow also, and pcrhipi
longer u the bniineu demands. We
ore requested to ttate that the meeting
to-night in tho church, it which Rev.
Messrs. McLeod, R. V. Thompson,
•nd othen will ipeak, will be a publio
meeting, to which all are invited, and
not merely a congregational meeting u
itated yesterday.   .
 ; .    '.    ♦
Mttrleulaled.
Yesterday the Rev. R. Jamieton received a telegram from Principal Forrest, itating that J. Rankin of this oity
has passed the matriculation examination of Dalhousie University, Halifax,
Nova Scotia. Muter Rankin1! career
in the New Weitmlniler high school
hat been a marvel of rapid progress.
When he entered a few yean ago he
made barely enough marks to pan
hiin; but lince then he hue advanced
bo rapidly that he iB now an undergraduate—before he has reached the ago
it which boys generally attend the uni-
venity. His parent! have therefore
decided not te send him eut thil year.
He will remain at tho high ichool for
another session and give special attention to classics, modern . language!,
Englith literature, and higher mathematics. Jamei Rankin ib the son of
ourreipectid townsman, .1. V ,JRankin,
accohhtani lei tne*K,'tf,"P° mlEr,,','
Mrs. Celeste Coon, Syracuse, N. Y.,
write!; "For yean I could not eat many
kindi of food without producing a burning, excruciating pain in my itomich. I
took Parmelee'a Pills according to directions under the head of 'Dyspepsia or
Indigestion',' One box entirely cured
me. 1 can now eat anything 1 choose,
without' dbtreuing me in the luit."
These Pills do not .cause'pain or griping,
and should be used when a cathartic is
required. .
.   Personal.
Gideon Robertson, a Vancouver real
estate agent, is in the city registered at
the Colonial.
E. A. Wadhams and Miu Wadhami,
of Lidnen, ire ii the ci|y .stqpmng.at
the-Ctnbfiik' ."-•'•'-""""'"I  " Tf*";f
Fred. G. White, of Blackett &
White, merchants of Lsngley, Wu a
putenger by the ,t*. Irving thi, afternoon.
Senator Mclnoei returned from the
Harriion hot ipringi yuterdoy; th.
senator tested the witer and ii favorably impreued with ita quilitiit.
Mr. and Mn, Wm. Clukion. C. G.
Major and Miu Major left for the eut
to-day by the Atlantio express, i Mr.
Major will probably return in • few
weeks, Miu Major itls expected will
remain in. Ontario' for lome months,
and Mr, ind Mn, Clarkson, who are
old pioneen, wiil be absent for some
time, probably, going to Europe before
they return.
F. R. Widiworth, of Weston, Ontario, • director of the Imperial bank
of Canada, was in the eity for a few
houn today. Mr. Wadi worth we believe hai made arrangement! with the
Bank of B. G. in thii city tu accept
the niitei ot tho Imperial bank at pir.
Thil will be a decided convenience, to
many Canadian! hating the notei who
were obliged to have them discounted.
Ven. Archdeacon Woods received
word yesterday that the Rev, Mr.
Sheepuianki, .oil known to the pioneer residonti of thii eity, haa recently
lost a son tinder rather ud circumstances. Mr. Sluiepehinki and hi, family
hid gone from Liverpool, whore tho
rev. gentleman resides, to Whitby,. o»
the sea coast, and while wandering on
the benoh a itiuio from the cliffs fell
and killed the young boy,
Alex. H. Cameron, a well known
pioneer of the province, returned today
by tho atr. Irving from an .extended
tour, of the interior of the province.
Mr. Cameron visited many of tho mining centers and itook rouchei and report! affairs in mining circles to be
very dull, while in the Nicola valley
the grau ii newly all eaten by grass-
hoppen whioh have been very trouble-
some during the put tumiuer. There
ire between thirty and fifty men at
Granite Creek, but only a few of them
are miking wagel, snd there are iiuw
eleven graves in the cemetery on tho
creek.
, .r^-.-	
Police conrt.
BeioreP.McTlernoiiandW.I>.KerrlB,.I.Pii,
Yong, . Chinaman, on remind,
charged with having itolen three ban
of solder from Kwen 4 Co.'. cannery,
wat further reminded until the 19th
'"it-  •        ■    ,
' Ah Mm, a Chinaman charged with
having lupplled intoxicants to in Indian namod Jack. Remanded until
tlie 19th iuit.
i**a »*-.,".' :—
Thos. Sabin, pf Eglington, uyai "I
hive removed ten corn, from ray feet
with Holloway', Oort Con." tteadar,
go thou latt do UkavriM.
Sentenced to be Hangel
»peenil»theColum6iln.       |-
Barkbkvilm, B.C., Sept,.jiA'At
two o'clock thit morning, after a somewhat lengthy and tedious trill, Mr,
Justice Cres«e pisied the sentence of
death upon a Chinaman named Ah
Moon for murder and anon committed
at Quesnelle in November last. Hell
to be hanged on tho 12th of November
next.
Notes by the Way.
(From our Travelling Correspondent.)
Elgin, Sept. 8.—Having all my life
heen travelling through tho belt agricultural district, east of the Rocky
mountains, and noting the ipecialties
of each part both in regard to toil,
climate, and other natural advantage!,
rendering it more valuable along the
particular linei, ind in all we find that
obitiolei. raise themtelvei to be overcome, and of theso some are almost, if
not altogether insurmountable. The
northern midland itatet offer very
superior advantages as a dairying country, aud without the extreme! of heat
and cold it would. be hard to find a
better; and so in a similar manner we
might consider every part of America,
and in doing eo.-we would see that the
intrinsic worth, in these regards,of each
part wouldvttjr at: to the pouibilily or
impostibilityof oveacouiing the,, disadvantage!; Now, with all the advantage! thit *h., delta of the Fraser
and the adjoining landt offer for "the
cultivation of grain and hiy, which
certainly are reify great, iti capabilities
for dairying and stook raising are atill
greater. Poueiiing evory natural advantage required, and no difficulty that
may not be easily, or .comparatively to,
overcome. With a climate luch as we
have, knowing no extreme, and each
night in the wirm weither being conl
md in overy way ipeciilly adapted to
dairying, and a mil thit produce! a
natural puture very luxuriantly, and
itill more to the cultivated grasses,
and winter io kh5rt that little or no
feeding is required, what more could a
stock-raiser want) Nor are the farmers
here by any mean, ignorant of this,
for many of them are making preparation! at preient for the introduction of
a large and more superior class of
itock.
Ml'D BAY FLATS.   ,
Farming here on the flats ii a very
young institution, and what wu formerly a resort for fishing and duck
shooting ii now developing into a fine
agricultural district, which, although
young, givea great promise, ind the
tettlen appear to i be a go-ahead clou
of people who certainly deaerre credit
for bringing about luch radical change!
in so very ihort* time. I wai particularly impreued with the improvement! on the farm of Meun, Ferguson
'& Fort who, to judge from their manner, teem determined to have one of
the bett improved farms in the district.
The cropi her. are heavy; in fact the
only complaint heard in regard to
them, by the fmohen, ii thit they are
too heavy, and are being harvested and
thrashed in splendid shape, the weather haying been everything that/ could
be required.
■MS
HERRING.-In Ibis city, September 10th,
George Edward May, aged 11 years and
. month., the dearly beloved sin of A.
M. and Frances E, Herring; .
The funeral will leave the resldenoeof
his parents, Mary'ltreet, at 2 p. m. tomorrow.   . fi
Mothor Gravel' Worm Exterminator
hu no equal for dettroying wormt in
children and adults. See thit you get
the genuine when purchasing.
Children Cryfor Pttcher'sCastorla
Vboienie our Market.
Beef,    per 100 lb«................
Pork ..«        m„	
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Kay,      per ton  !".".""""!.'
Butter (rolls) peril,	
Cheese, "	
Eggi.      per dot	
Cordwood (retail) per curd....
...» 7 00(1
i  8 102
...li oo (.
.,. 4 00 J
... 1251
.. 2 00(1
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Wb«Bl»wM»CaM,.B.ert.dfMCul«rla,
Wan th, tateas. Mist, th, eluf *> Caatorla,
mTfs.A.>urtiU—.^1 >&,£. rtMHU
V. . ev.ry
o'clock .1 th
V—REOULAB MEETING
.    - Wednesday afternoon at I
lock al the W. C.T. I*.Headquarters
lover Cunningham A Ralth'a Hhopl,Doug>
las St. Loyal l.oiildn'in the same place
every Friday afternoon. dauAlte
DAPTisT. viturrCH,.Anne. Htreel,
_   East of
Services at II „ .
School andBlbl.
aenl.rroc; «tm|
—Rev. ThoH. Bi
t of .Mary .Street.,- fcord's Day
at 11 a' in. and' 7 p. m. Sabbath
ndBlbl. Claw at itW p. m. All
>i|. jifr
lally S'.lcdm.d
MBTHi.m.T «HDnon, oddfellows'
NewIIall. Rov.,J.H. While, Pastor.
Services at It n. m. and 7 p.m. Sunday
Rebool and Blblo Olam 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday, at 7.80p.m, 8r~'~
free; strangera oordlally Invited.   ,
§T. PAUIi'S OKMtOH. John Street,
l Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomu
addon, Pastor, Services every Sunday
at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m, Thursday evening!
at 7:3ll o'olook. Seats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2iW p. m.
I'ltlON LODGE I*. *, A. F.
* A. M.-'The regular Com-
munloatloni of tblt Ladu are
.   .   . held on th. Bnt Monday In Mas
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited loattend
PETER GRANT,
...       Beentary.
Ai
feXI-u
MAJOR & PEARSON
Heal Estate Broken Md
Financial Aleuts.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Lift A.M.I*tl.a of
Toronto. • .. . : .«
ll.y.l aad L.B.S.MME f Its Isisr.
mm Oosapssl...
•..Valuable Lota tor ill. In the Oily
and l>1.lrlrl ol WeumUMMr; ind ehole.
Istalnfh.cityofViBcoBver.   „   „
PemBB wltSlng lo»ur»» *a*ll:*lt«s*
rural property .bonld communicate wHh
u«,_
0«c«.: Bank ol B.C. building, oppmlU)
tn.lofflM,We.tstlnMOT.anifHutln|.St.,
■VaBeonver, - -~«W«w
WSfiM
FOB SALS, A DOUBLE BUGGY AND
Harneis. Tbe Bugey Is new and li
in every renpeet pood. TheHarnenslsIn
good order. Alio, a i
Complete, and hu been need onl y o tew
month-*. Cost 135. but will be sold for 120.'
Also, 80 APPLE BOXES, and a large number of Strawberry Boxes, at a bargain.
Apply to     MAJOR A PEARSON,
Real Estate Agents,
Bank of B. C. Block. dwaelllo
NOTIflE.;:
NOTICE IS HEBEBV GIVEN THAT
10 days after date we Intend making
appllca Ion to the Chief Commissioner of
Unils * Works for permission to pur-
chime tbe following described lands In
Coast Dlstrlot, rrovlnce of British Columbia: ,
No, 1 .-Commencing at the N, E. corner
of Lot 81, Range 1 (Valdet Island); thenee
eut ten (10) ohalns, south to shore line of
Hoakyn Inlet, theneenorthweeterly along
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet and Village
bay to the 8. E. corner of Lot 31, thenee
along Ita eastern.boundary to point of
commencement "Containing about 80
acres.
No. 9,-The small Island lying at the
head of Village bay, Valdei Island, containing about one (1) acre.
New West., R ft, Sept.' 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
. |    (Limited)'.
.  By their Agent.,1 .'. -
dsellm2 Chables E. Woods.
M.A McRAE,
? Merchant Tailir,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A POLL LINE
FaliffierGoOuS!
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Ovcnoatiiig.Trouscrliig and
I Fancy Testing.
tar We keop n large and select Block of
everything that Is found fn any first-class
Tailoring Establishment,
Opposite Colonial Hotel
Columbia St., .-, Nbw Wsstuisiteb.
BOYS'& CHILDREN'S
.    CHILRREN'S
JERSEY SUITS;
■■',>"•   a WHS     !    i'
ATALL PRIOKS.1M
tfi ' ■
. „ y
Hard § Soft felt Hats
-,    *". In!   I"
Latest New York k London Make*:
'I:'l i x0 iasTaii-b <<*£"'
fient8' Ties.
MEN'S AND BOYS
RUBBER  COATS.
3. E. Pffi-LIPS
OOLUMBIA STREET
dwso7lc . '        opt. Tdesnpkoaee
POUT HAMMOW
NUR^eRY
Frail Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Frails,
And GARDEN SXOOlc on hand In great
-Ulty.t >    f'A'; \ti,i \i\   '	
Everjthl.g.nfrt-olit! .nd(arnlahedIn
-  shape, 11 :.-.,?
Send 15ctl. for valuable 80-pago Do-
llve.Catalogue with I beautiful col-
plate.. Price List! tent free.
G;,W. HENRY,    ,   -
delete       . Port Hammond, B.C.
goodthape.
M-Sen
live
ICMeflB&Si
■    f HAVISOOrtlWDOl,   \'£ t
Front Street, Opp. C. P. N. Wharf,
WISHES TO INFORM THE PEOPI.E
vv of Westminster that tbey are pre*
pared tosell
Choice Family Groceries Mid
n Clothing, -
At LOWEBT PRICES: Call and Impact
our Stook before purcbasfna e1.ewh.re,
and yon will save money by iu
dl.7ml N. 6. McKEEN A SON.
MISS   PEEBLES
INTENDS TO OPEN ON THE Oth SEPTEMBER, In Ihe new 7.
QUEBN* HOTIL BIIILD1NS,
oently .reetatil. bl
il. BWtf
.
iT.W
it Mr. Duncan, a Gobi-
id Fancy Good, Store.
ml SUtlonory .nd Fancy
Being thoroughly eiperf.
uad.. ao. B*aW mad. MV    .
it regular lupplles direct from the Eng-
- - ilgn market., .he hopes to re*
ceive tbe support of the cltlioni of N.w
WsKmlB&rand.iirroundlngdl.lrtoli, !
t\msim
Chrlttraoiuuiir. . <
pries)
•■■*-:oro*j* \%\1nWmMm\m**tmMt*\mmtTm*
■■--**tB isjj .ma ■mmr.--^-^
FAIL MHINERY
JUST RECEI¥ED
-AT-
iliis
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE 3ANK 6F MONTREAL    -j
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWLRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
' '       '   BEST QDAtlTY.   BASTBR1* PMCIS8.
'    Afullllniof Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, lilvor and got i
fiames.   Tin finest Pebbles mide, *4 per pair; all ilghti suited..     .
' Special,.attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tli.
butiness thiaroighly from some of tlie finest Horologers In England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the beat firm! on the continent of America, iB a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship; Formerly manager for nearly. 8 years of. the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate, ■ "
Mobtbbal, Dee,, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robortton, Eia., Chairman el
Montreal Harbor CommisalonerB, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did m
well for me as yon did when In Montreal, and I im sorry you ire not here to-day."
dwaplite -■'■' ■'
A. M. HERRING,
. .:      WHOLESALE & REtAlL   ;   ,.
?>, r *>.,:. ajff^f-
SUNIUY BOURS.-M0HNiNa, Irom 8:30 to 11 o'clock.
'.   'i ''"■ ApTBBNOON, l.to 3 o'olook.■'     "'
Evbnino, fi to 9o'clools.,      ,,„,
tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any tlm. during
the sight by s competent chemist, who sleeps on the premise!.   Ring thi night
bill. .- -       ^....... i-
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Opp, TelegEapfa Offlce, — •      Colwnbia St., Bfcw Westnluater*
UwuctftC
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
.    .     WHOLESALE A RET'AII. DEALERS IN
Drugs and.Medicines!
Call on
Telephonic ('onimillllcatloil wilholl tho Doctor, in tlie City,
ui any time arid we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays for the sale of Medicine only:—Mobhiso, f» to 10,30 o'clock! i
AniBBOOB, 1 to i; EVENINO, 8 to B.
'. ;.;■''' •mediq^Ij ;h:^i.3l3
!»ewW«lmlMler,il.f.,IlexiCri.alal«*tel.
CUT THIS OUT AND PASTS IT UP. ; dwauhttc
c.
ftUNDBOM'B BUI1DINO, FRONT STRErVT)'
sir ./.::■ .t ,[')■:
.1 Conitantly on Hind in Kktenttve Stock of   '.-    : .'
Bry Goods, Groceries,  Boots «t Shoes, Hats. A Caps,!
:; :'. Croekery, Gtessware, At." ■■■■-,    ■ {
'•■'■"M-'a. * . box*-  \mxrxvtt.  .
■"    Oreat Variety of Houieliotil Artlolei.   Alio, • n
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, MME and  GENERAt STORES,
:et tatas or sild « eomslnldn. 'irkdrdwi
from'tb.TiilerlorTrompiiy.'ieriiied ta.
W & G. WOLFENDEN,
SUCCIi*880RS,TOX.Q. NAJQR,       ,,fJ .'
-  ilo'ill- er   " ,,,W**sr»B»A}*D.»iALBS,»   il)'«   -.-ii '-,*,'V
Gfeofce Family Grocei#gr
HAMS,  BACOIY  AND  LARD,
Dry Goc)cls,  Clpthilrig,  &c, &.Q.
dwJly"Jto
" K
Colnmbla Street, Hw Westminster.
OENTRAL   QROOERYI
Holbrook Blook, Oolumbia Street.
QINCLAIB HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BtIILpIN6 AND f.*stj»
Q   to tee ill hii «W cuitoroeri and lot! of new ones, at he will tell fhim ORO-
DERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., chiipef'thui ever.   All our Good! Ire Urtt-oltti .
and are being told «3 low at inferior grilles.   Vie strive not. to match, but to uaal. '
Juit to hand-H>ar of FLOUR, FEED,etc., of tlie following brand.:     ...
And If vou have sol und tin Britiih Columbia Floor do wit ono, and be con-
vlaeed that It will mak. ftrtt-elaai bread and paltry. dwiuMto
COMMERCIAL PRINTlNQ.
, „.,.:-.       . ..'i i. Til-
Tm OoLvnalAN Ftlirflrio Ebtabuihshut ha. fint-ouui ficilitiei for
P..aM.UATu,»» .™™. a.-nn.     „# •» Ctommwrfsl Printing. '„ IIU Hudl. LlUl-H-oife CirtvlM,
„XH:B OVlTA cor
■nwri
.' -.:-:^.'».i^.".

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