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 6-T«nm,nt-i>p|nt1B,oftcf
Columbian.
VOMJHB.S
NEW W__\_____UmSR, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1888.
NUMBER 98
D WHLSH,
I ..: MWTIST.
ttooml*,      a      .      colonial Hotel.
OmoaHouaa-lotot. Ifeuto
ft x, c. aaowH,
DENTIST.
Rooms-b. ft 0., over Bank of Britiih Oolumbla.
Homs-a a, m. to I_o p. ra.    dwJlySTto
nenorjiB a mccoli,
BARRISTERS,
solicitors, Bra
Offle... lluonlo Building!, New Weetmln-
Uw, .nd V.neouver, B. 0.    J ysidwta
m O. TOWSLISY,
BARRMTBB, SOLICITOR, 40.
Of th. Province of Manitoba.
Armitroxo Block,
dirtTto N.w Weitminster, B.O.
fn C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, *e,
Orriox*-Masonlo Building,
dwfelCto New Westminster, B.O.
ITT  KORHAH BOLB.H-C,
BARR1STER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent Money to Loan,
Colnmbla 81,,
Mtto New Weitmlniler, B, 0.
pLOW * MAOLIIBB,
ARCHITECTS.
Omox-Room E,
Over Bank of B.C.,
daullle
Columbia Street
ft  W OB ANT,
ARCniTKOTI
Omoa-Corner Mary and Clarkton Sta,
dwfeSSto
M
AlaliANDAlNB 4k SANSOM,
ARCHITECTS,
lane. Bloek,      •      •      Hatting! St,
_ VANCOUVER, B.O.
MLMAM It. KINO,
WIT-
w
ARCHITECT,
BUILDINO ft LAND SURVEYOR, j
SANITARt BNOINEER.
Omom-Nnr Muonle Block,
dw.plBte Westminster.
ALBERT J. HILL,
M. OAK. 800.0.8.
0IV1L ENGINEER,
■ ..LAND SURVK YOB and      ,
DRAUGHTSMAN,
On loi-New Muonjo Block,
dwmhiste New Wettmlntter,
w.
*. WAIKBB ft CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
Bank Buildings, Mary St., New Westminster, B.C.
M Glare Road, Halifax, England,
dwmynto
m i   TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, .New Weatmlnater
All eommlaaiona will reo.lv. prompt
•nd careful attention. Beit references
given wbm required. mhlS-te
"'■■
RAND BROS.
])■ as. ■STATS BROKER.,
C.av.ya.e.r., O.ll.ll.rl,
Aa. laiurue. Asnmta.
omm at VICTORIA! Fort Btreet,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
McKentl. and Olarkaon BU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Stnet.
BUILDING LOTS for ltd. In .11 notions
ol Vanoouver aad New Wettmlntter Oily.
FARM LANDS ot interior quality for
tali at CbUliwhaok, Tort Hammond,
Laagley, Matsqol, Sumaa, Mud Bay,Lad-
»•£. Undln* Lulu Iiland, North Arm
M.H and Plan, exhibited and the foil-
Mtlnf.nn.tlo. furnlthid .tall our offloea,
feflOto . 	
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
runniriRM. bubtiniasr
Large or Small Sum. of Money Advanced
oa Good Seourltie., at Reasonable ■
Rate, of Intereit.
funs l»r Isle an Truer River, >*»»
... belawHewWetlMlHler.
WILLIAMS BROS, are In oonatantcom*
mnnlcatton with Intending lettlen from
EaiUud.nd elsewhere, anil have special
laoilltlea for efTeotlng tale..
Their oharget are lower than any other
, ornoBS-Corn.r ot'onnvllli and Cor-
dova Strwta.end oppoiite 0. P. R. Station,
T..M.ver, ■. e. dapllml
I
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
«. hav. applied lo tb. Honorable
.. Mlnlttsrof (be Interior for alloenie
to ont and carry away .timber from the
follow!., detorlbed  land usled In
New Wntmlnster Dlttrlet. B. 0„ on tb.
■outhirly aide of Harriion 1."—*	
twenty milea from Harriion
Commencing at .post plai	
way Point, marked H. B. Mill; thenee
southerly tide of Harrlton take, and about
twenty milei from Harriion t -' —'—
Commencing at .post plan.
way Point, marked H. 8. M 	
north, lo deg. wut, 80 eh.lns; thenoe ninth
40 eh.lns to a pott: thenoe west 100 chains
to. poat marked N.W. pott, II, 8. Mill:
thence 3D chain. nuth-WMt to ia pott
marked 8. W. post, H. a Mill; thence 260
eh.lns mat to a poat marked a E. poat,
H. 8. Mill! thence along th. lake shore to
plH. of commencement—containing (00
"*^11u%NSAWMILLS.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Toob of all kindi of the bett makes; CrCMUVCnt & Hand-Saws,
Barbed    ■    -   -    -■-
Barbed Wlrft tor Fenolng, and all the necessary Vtensils for iTf/arniltiet
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in .11 tUeai Pitch,
Tar & Oakuni Tarred .nd l'l.in Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
In .11 colors! Lijuld Points in all ihtdcsj Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones; *
Iaubrtcai
Agricnlturi
IT Speoial attention given to orden by mall,
i T. T. TSAPP So CO.,
dwJIySto Columbia Stbiit, Naw WisraiNSUB.
irs; LMUltJ Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; urillQ
I Wall Paper in all delignt; Brooms tl Brushes for all purposes)
atlngJOUSI Traps of all detcriptiont, and a general inortment of
IturaT Implements,
-   WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEb ANOTiBER LOT OF
BOOTS & SHOES
AND INVITE ALL THOSE WHO DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE
TO CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOOK.
GRANT & MACLURE.
dwjettto
BIG CLEARING SALE
New Boots and Shoes
A. B. WINTEMUTE'S,
For the Next 30 Days, at Cost.
GLOBE HOUSE.
Millinery,
Millinery.
Latest IPaxis Fa@laJ.ozis.
ds»»to MRS. WMi RAE.
rAEI/CBES,
ATTENTION
3294> AGRRS
-OF—
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
9*S*»A competent man is now on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
H_A_lSn__t>
dwaWHto ;
JU-
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
pmityiStrenRthandwhoteaomenose. Mon
loonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold ln compeiltlon with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only in cans.
Royal Baking: Powdek Co., 106 Wall St..
New York. ttely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 70 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
ehlnery, by Eastern makers.
AffraSRB. BEWIOKE A WULFF80HN,
djafitc Vancouver. B. 0.
FOR SALEM LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING 550 ACRES
A Prairie Land, 5 miles from Port
Moody, 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road.
Cau be purchased with or without stock.
Terms easy.—Apply to
A, MCLEAN,
PittMeadows:
SHANNON AH ACL
or to
dwau-18tc
Vancouver.
Land for Sale.
QEOTION 25 (CONTAINING 160 ACRES,
P moro or less?, Block 5 North, Range
Two West, Township No. 38, Range West
of Const Meridian, New Westminster District: about ;tU miles from Brownsville,
on Yale road; 1% miles from Fraser river.
Improvements—7 acres cleared; all under
fence. House, Barn, Woodshed; 2 good
wells flrst-claia water. A young Orchard,
oonBtBting of 90 varieties of fruit trees from
8lo 4 yean old; tl tons of good Timothy
Hay and one ton of Oats In the bnrn.
Tenders for the above will be received
by tho undersigned up to noon of Wednesday, aist lust. TEit.Ms-hr.il* cash; balance In one year, bearing interest at 8 per
cent, per annum. We do not bind ourselves to accept any tender,
D. S. CURTIS,
dwocfltd For Executors.
fails $ritufh Colambian
W. 0. LOYE,
fuWls Boot ul Slut Ibk.
Repairing Neatly Done.  Cork Bale
Work a Specialty.
■wOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., ln rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'office, dnelte
TO CARPENTERS.
rpENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
JL the undersigned up to 4 p. m. on
THURSDAY SAlh Ina!., for the
CONSTRUCTION OE. A BRIDGE
On Forrester Street. Plans and specifications at my office on and after the 19th
Inst. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ncceptcd.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
New West., Oct. 17. doc!7td
•   VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have much pleasure ln notifying their friends and the publio that they
aro now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work ln their line
with which they may be favored.
A-lNcKELVIE,
Meobanlcal Manager.
Vancouver, EC, Sth May, 1888.
 dwmyiaio	
CITY HOTEL!
COLUMBIA STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAitHTProprietor
FRAITH BEOS TO INFORM THE
, Publio that ho has bought the Interest of Wilts. Bonson, who is retiring from
hotel business. Havlim thoroughly re-
(ll tnd and furnished tho House, the travelling nubllo nnd resident.) of New Westminster will mid this one of the most
comfortable and convenient hotels, conducted on temperance principles; situated In tho business portion of tho city
nnd cntnmnndtng a beautiful view of the
Fraser river. dwocQlo
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED  TENDERS   WILL   BE   RE-
oi'lvi-d by Ihe undersigned up to noon
nf THURSDAY tlie *5tb Inst., for the
("ONSTHUOTION OF A WAGON-ROAD
From the South boundary oftheCP.R.
Co.'s land to the North Arm Wagon Rond,
KraHer River.
Plans and specifications oan bo seen nnd
forms for toneler obtained, nt tho Government Offloe, New Westminster, and at the
County Court Registrar's Oftlco, Vancouver.
Tbe lowest or nny tender not necessarily
■°08|"*d* 0. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent,
New Wett.iOcU 15,1888.        doolttd
mtinet&nj t.tnlnx, Del. tl, lStS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The London Spectator says that
Great Britain will fight for honor,
but not for Canadian cod. Hear,
hear! But suppose somebody hit!
her honor on the eye with a Canadian cod!   How then?
The New York Sim was badly
"scooped" by tho Herald on the
publication of Sir. M. McKenzies
pamphlet. The Sun had announced
that it would print the document on
Sunday, Oot, H, believing, of cowie,
that it had the exclusive possession
of the matter. But tho Herald got
hold of it somehow, and trotted it
out one day ahead. It's another
big advertisement for the Herald,
and that, of course, ia what the
paper wanted.
Tbe alarmists who have been
discoursing of late about the marvellous fecundity of tho French
Canadian! and fearing lest Canada
would soon be overrun with these
people, to the exclusion of the English-speaking races may now
comfort themselves, if they are
cold-blooded enough to do so, with
thefaot which statistics have been
found to show, that although the
birth-rate is uncommonly large the
death-rate is also proportionately
large, particularly among the infanta,
Two giant salamanders from
Japan recently arrived in Philadelphia for . the .Zoological Garden,
The Times says they are between
three and four feet long, of a dirty
brown color, covered with warts and
excrescenses and have resemblance
to nothing on earth but themselves
and a bad attack of delirium tremens. The salamander is the largest known existing representative
of the amphibia or batrachia, 61
whom our common newts and
tritons are known to every school-
boy. At a period early in the development of vertebra: life on earth
amphibia was numerous and of enormous site, and the foaiil skeleton of
one found in 1729, in Germany,waa
long regarded aa that of one of
Noah's human contemporaries who
had perished in the deluge.
A New York policeman has obtained an unpleasant notoriety
through orreBting.'twbi UI_.H'"mho
were going homo late from a misiion
service. The mission in question is
open at all hours and services are
held until after midnight The ladies,
Mrs Ressegine and her daughter, were
hurrying along a not very inviting
street, and stopped to give a ticket
for a week's-lodging to an unemployed laborer who had just applied
to the mission for help, The, policeman, who is charged with being
drunk, oame along at this, juncture
and, refusing to listen to any expos
tulations or explanations, hurried
bis terrified prisoners off to the
station house. The sergeant in
charge at once released them, but
that has not ended the incident, and
there ia trouble ahead for the bobby.
It is a case which illustrates the necessity for a policeman possessing
more qualifications than that of
height and muscular fotce. The
office demanda the exercise ot great
tact and discretion, and only intelligent men are able to navigate
through the perils whioh constantly
beset the law's myrmidons.
This is the season, saya an exchange, in which the balloon ripens.
The baloon appears to be an agricultural product; at least it is put
prominently on exhibition at the
agricultural fairs. Juit what instructive purpose is in view in these
aerial exhibitions does not appear.
The patrons of the fair are not told
how to raise the balloons or what to
do with them. There is a vague
expectation in people'a minds that
the balloon is some day going to do
our carrying for us, when the railroads have become useless or unpopular. We are not quite ready
for the sky ride yet unless well paid
for the venture, and the baloon
companies ure not offering very
large or very convenient accomodations to the travelling public; and,
indeed the science of air navigation
is not making muoh advancement
so far as the publio knows. We
don't, hear of any notable excursions any more, or of any discoveries by which the ship may be
made more governable. No, the
only discovery of importance in
bullooiieiy is that the ascension will
draw more people to a fair than the
stage wedding or the baby show,
Pleasant ns syrup; nothing equals it as
a worm medicine; the name is Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator. The arest-
est worm destroyer of the age.
Chlldr-M Cryfor PitdiW,i€««toria
BY TELEGRAPH.
Ike (ml mat K.llw.r Ferlelli
flH.CM — Eat..', oplnla. m Ike
"Time."Libel Sail...The •Timet"
Pari f.r forged Ietteri. -
Tke ■..It.b.   Centneal talli far
(naelal datable, t. Drive Ike Cu.
dl.. P.el.c Ewplorees fretu Ike
Pottaie Cressl...
UST Hull's DESPATCHES.
IHE ttXH-lL COMMISSION.
London, Oct. 23.- The commission
appointed to inquire into the charges
made by the Times againtt Parnell and
other nationalist memben* of parliament, returned ill sitting thi. awriiiog.
Mr. Bigger, the nationaliit member of
parliament, personalia- laked the oourt
for copies of the speeches whioh Attorney .General Sir Richard Webster,
read referring to him. The attorney-
general promised to' supply Mr. Biggar
with tbe speeches. Continuing hi. addreu of Saturday the attorney general
promised to supply Mr. Biggar with
the speeches. Continuing hii address
of Saturday the attorneygoneral laid
he wiihed to contradict the impreuion
conveyed by Mr. Parnell'i supporters
that be (Parnell) disapproved of the
anti-rent and "plan of campaign" agitation in Ireland. Aifar back aa 1880
Mr. Parnell led the anti-rent movement, and in a speech at Kerry told
hia hearera that the land league had
plenty of money with whioh to defend
the tenant! and farmen who refused
to pay their rent. "In 1881," continued the attorneygoneral, "Mr. Parnell
and his colleagues did not attempt to
conceal the fact that their sympathies
were with the National league's emissaries in crime." Attorney-General
Webater aaid that if access could be
obtained to tbe varioui booki of the
Imd league, evidence could be procured showing the relation! borne by the
Pirnellitei to the criminal actions of
the memben of the league. Tbe
Times, he said, had secured documents
describing how the men were supported, whs refuied to work and had boy-
cot ten and other men paid for committing outrages. Before the case was
concluded all the circumstances bearing upon the cue in the handi of the
rimes' possession, the letters published
by that paper, the names of the penoni
from whom they were obtained, and
the amount of money paid for them,
would be divulged. Before the letten
ware publiihed, whioh the Times believed to be Mr. Parnell'i, their genuineness had beep proved by compari-
aon with undoubted specimen! of Mr.
Parnell'i writing, Tha oourt here adjourned until to morrow.
STUHSEI* COLLISION.
Naw Yobk, Oct 23.—The Atlai line
iteimer Atlas, from Hayti, laden with
fruit, waa run into and aunk al 4:15
thia morning in the North river, oppoiite Barclay st, by the New Jersey
Central railroad'! ferry boat Nelson.
A panio occurred among the Nelson's
paiiengen. but the boil reached  the
{lier in a damaged condition and no
ivei were lost. A fog prevailed at the
time of the collision. The Atlai sank
ilowly, giving time for her captain and
crew to be tak en off by several tug boat!
that came up. The paiiengen on the
ferry boat aay that they heard no
whiatle blown by the other boat. The
iteamer had the right of way aa ihe
wia in the middle of the stream and
going up againit a heavy ebb tide.
The ferry boat evidently did not have
time to slacken up after getting near
enough to the iteamer to aee her
through the fog. The paiiengen
think ahe wu proceeding too recklessly contidenng tho fog, but no statement it made yet by the offieen. Th.
Atlai ihowi only the top of her iraoke-
itack above the water. Her cargo iia
total lou, but the vessel can probably
be niaed and repaired.
YILLOW JACK.
Jacksonville, Oct. 23.—Tho epidemic ia ilowly ebbing out. The new
cull reported are much milder and the
deathi becoming mre. All vititing
physicians will depart for their homes.
Tho reiident docton can now handle
the epidemic. The new cases are 33,
and one death. The total cues to
date are 3872, and total deathi 333.
Of the new caiei 10 are white.
HlflOINS VS. WALKEM.
Ottawa, Oct. 23.—The appeal case
of David W. Higgins vs. Geo. A. Wai-
kem wai again in the lupreme court
to-day, judgment given for Higgins,
the proprietor ol the Colonist, who wss
■eeking for a new trial. He wai tued
for libel by lion. G. A.' Walkem, a
judge of tho lupirme court of B. 0.
aud condemned to pay 82,500 duimges.
The alleged libel cnsiited of the republication of an article from the Ottawa Free Brest ill November, 18S5,
Siving the evidence in the tuit of Mc-
.enna vi. MoNamee. The evidence
included the testimony from MoNamee
alleging that the contractors for the
graving dook at E.quinmlt numbered
aix including Mr. Walkom then the
premier of Britiih Columbia. Mr.
Christopher Robinson, Q. C, was for
the appellant and Hon. S. Blako, Q.
0., represented Judge Walkem. '
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
A NARROW  MAJORITY.
Toronto, Oct. 24.—Willoughby
hai been declared elected for Salt
Northumberland by a majority of
three.
f 100,000 FORFEITED.
Montreal, Oct. 24.- The lub-com-
mittee of finance thii morning decided
thstthoG. T. B. having failed to
build a new depot to the value stipulated, viz., 1300,000, that the deposit
of (100,000 be declared forfeited.
irregular paper.
Montreal, Oot 24.—Tho inipecton
of Jamieson & Tato'i account! have
discovered that a large portion of their
paper ii irregular.   It ii believed to
have been issued bya ton of on. of
the partnen who represented the linn
at Toronto and who hai left Um limit!,
PLAIN WORDS.
Toronto, Oct 24.—Tho. Olobe to'
day in an article headed "Treason at
Ottawa" says:—OoniiderinK that Canada paid fifteen million doilan to further the Red River Valley railway,
that Sir John pledged himself to further it and that there ii great danger
of riots and insurrection .riling from
obitruction, it ia not extravagant to
charge the premier and hia coUcaguea
with treason. They hare plainly conspired againit againit the people whoa.
intereit! they sre elected and paid to
promote."
IMPORTANCE Or   THE OANAMAN ROUTE.
London, Oct. 24.—Another break in
th.Eut.rn Co.'. tablw hu occsund,.
miking th. tecond break within a fortnight. Thii and the recent itoppige
of the Sues Canal is rtgird<d ai proving the utmost importance of the pro-
Sosed cable and iteamahip route! via
anada. It is noted, however, that a
competing route to Australia, via Canada, ii impotiible without a urvice be-
ween England and Canada equal to tbe
New York service.
EXCITEMENT INCREASING IN WINNIPEO.
Winnipeo, Oct 24.—Attorney-General Msrtin hu inserted a flaming advertisement in tha papen calling for
ipecial constables to go out to-morrow
morning to clesr the tracks. Th.
Canadian Pacific will not accept the decision of the court! and will reiiit tb.
croning. Excitement rum high and
trouble ia expected.
roan's opinion.
Chicaoo Oct 24.—Patrick Egan,
treuurer of the Iriih land league in
Ireland, and prarident of the Irish
national land league in America, from
1884 to 1886, is in town. Speaking of
the Parnell trial he nidi—"I have
reasons to know that Parnell'i couniel hu material evidence now in his
handi that will completely exclude the
Timet' case." when uked if he
would go to England to give evidence
he laid:—"I know my evidenoe il in-
diipeniible, and I nave written to
Parnell'i attorney and I hold myielf
in readineai to testify before the sub-
commissioner at any place that may
be named in- America. My buiineu
will not permit me going to England.
He claima that Parnell'i vindication
will create luch a reaction in England
aa will breik up the present Tory
government
TBI PARNELL COMMISSION.
London Oct 24.—The Pknull com-
minion resumed thii morning. Sir
Chariot Rnaiell demanded from th.
prosecution Ihe letten the Timei pollened which were alleged to hav.
been written by Dillon, Biggar and
other Parnellites. Sir Charlw said
Mr. Goames, solicitor for th. Ttmu,
hu filed an affidavit atating that th*
documonti bid been received from an
American named Roberts, and that
tome of theinprbvt^'-'iBpoh^'avW^-
ation, to be not genuine, and therefore were withheld in th. 2VaiM-0'>
Donnel libel auit This admMon
that someone had been supplying th.
Timet with forged letters will ban a
direct bearing upon the Parnall-Egan
forgeries. Attorney-General Wtbater
uid then document! were not material
to th. ewe, and declined to produM
them. Sir Oharlu objected and th.
oourt directed the Timet to produce
the papers. Sir Oharlu then uked
for a itatement of particulan and '
ohargu againit Parnell and other
nationalist memben of parliament.
Juitice Hannen aaid the court wu of
the opinion that all particulan wer*
being given that wire required. Mr.
Michael Darett olaimed lo appur for
himself.   The oourt aeceeded.
Delta Council.
The council met at the Delta town kill
on Saturday, October 13th, Pmwt,tbi
Reeve, asd councillors Ladner. Arthur.
Benson and Burr. Th. minutu of lut
meeting wen rud and adopted. On motion tbe rnaglitntw wen requeued to
hand over to the clerk all fine! aad for*
feiturei collected. Councillor Burr gave
notice that he would Introduce at next
meeting a by-law for the pretwtionof
highway!. "Ward by-law' mi finally
passed u recontldtred. "Delta Municipal Loan by-law, 1888," pined third
reading. Wm. McKee wu appointed
returning oflleer to take the vote oa th.
loon bylaw to be voted on, on tb. lit
day of November. "Rules ol Order by-
law" passed third reading. "Road Tax
by-law" and "Hog by-law" paused third
reading. Tbe clerk wu Initructed to
apply to the government ud uo.rt.ln
the amount! of the government gnat, to
the main trunk and tho Chilochken trunk
roads for this year, Coun. Ladner wu
empowered to have the five culvertt put
in on the Canoe Fast road, On motion
the services of a constable trere to be
dispensed with on and after tho 21st but,
and the clerk instructed to pay him. Th.
clerk was instructed to pay th. Dili.
agricultural society the donation of on.
hundred doilan voted them.. A communication from the Deputy Provincial
Treasurer wu received tad filed. Conn-
oil then adjourned till Wednesday th.
17th, at 1 o'olock p. m.
The council met at the Delta town hall
on Wedneiday tho 17th day of October.
Present, tho Reeve ind councillors Ladner, Benson, Burr and Arthur. Minutei
of last meeting wen read and adopttd.
A communication from Grant ft Kht wu
received and filed. "Road Tax by-law,"
'Hog by-law," and "Rules Of Order bylaw" were finally pined and reoontld-
ored, Meun. R.B. KIHson, Jan. A.
Patterson, Frank Kirkland, K. Cam-
madge, Chu. Clanun, The Rob.rt.on,
Wm. T. Arthur, R, London, and 0.
McClosky were appointed fence vlewen
for the municipality; A number of ao-
counts were passed and ordered paid.
Coun. Arthur gave notice that be would
Introduce at next meeting of council an
election by-law. Council then adjourned.
Children Cryfor F^ctwHiCtrtoi+i groin $ritieh Colrnnbinn
WeaUctdar EvcalU, (Ml. U. ISM.
Wo have moro than onco noticed
the commendable movement lately
obtaining in tbo United States,
among the more thinking men and
those having the best interests of the
country at heart, towards a judicious
restricting and sif tin? process with
-je^rf to. immigrants coining into
the country, and also with respect
to the test and qualifications for subsequent naturalization and oitizen-
idiip. Two, decisions have lately
been rendered by American judges
upon applications for naturalization
whioh are worthy of note and, besides reflecting credit upon the
judges thoniselvos, augur well for
the future standard of citizenship
in the groat republic, with all tbe
connquent advantages implied.
One of theso decisions was rendered
by Judge Daniels, of the New York
supreme court. Upon a close exami
nation of an applicant for natural!
nation, before him and tho usual
witnesses, the fact was brought out
that the applicant was in the habit
of becoming intoxicated at no great
recurring interval! of time, and
while in that condition of abusing
his wife and family, and that he had
on several occasions been arrested
and punished therefor. Judge Dan-
iels refused the application on the
ground that the applicant was not
proved to have behaved as a man of
good moral character, well disposed
to the good order and happiness of
the United States, as required by
the United States revised statutes.
Hesaid: ''This privilege of eitizon-
ahip has been provided as a reward
for good behavior and demonstrated
attachment to tbe principles of free
government. The design of the law
is, in great part, certainly to induco
and secure the co-operation of all the
penons residing in the United States
in supporting the laws and constitution of the oountry. But this
fidelity to its interests and progress
ia not to be expected from and will
not be supplied by disorderly and
dissipated persons. Reliance cannot be placed .upon them for the
support of the principles of free
government or the enforcement of
good order or the laws enacted to
aecure and promote it. They cannot, therefore, be held to be persons
who have behaved themselves as
persons of good moral character, and
without that they are not permitted
by the statutes to become citizens of
tbe United States." In another
case, which came up in the Philadelphia court of common pleas, the
applicant, a Hungarian, when asked
to take the oath of allegiance, declared that he did not believe in a
deity of any kind, and that be
neither swore nor affirmed. His
application was refused. Another
great step in advance, and one which
we believe, from all indications, the
United States will take before the
Canadian Dominion, is to put the
ban of tbe, htw upon those great
crying, publio evils which tend mora
than any thing else to produce and per-
petuate that lamentable large class—
embracing both foreign immigrants
and native) Americans—described
above as "disorderly and dissipated
persons." Such a step would be a
direct blow ,nt the root of bod citi-
zuitship, and we hope to see it taken
ere long by Jt*l nations that aspire to
write "civilised" before their names.
There never was a time peril
in the history of the civilized world
when so.muchattention was directed
to the!o|u,estion of free .trade versus
protection. Our neighbors over the
border are fairly convulsed over this
question in connection with their
presidential election, one party affirming that protection is the life
and hope, not only of the manufacturer, but the employee—the laborer;- whilst the other party, as stoutly and with us -much (we believe
more) reason, asserts that the protective sj stem benefits the capitalist
only, and is a tax on the consumer.
An article in the Nineteenth Century, contributed by Mr, Edward
Pulsford, exhibits a striking contrast
between the two groat Australian
colonies of Victoria and Now South
Wales. Viotoria as far back as
1S66 adopted a protective system,
whilst her sister colony of New
South Walea adhered to free trade
principles. The writer gives the
. population of Viotoria in 1866 at
688,982, and that of Now South
W*lu at 431,412; but in 1886 the
population of Victoria was 1,0!
OB2, that of New South Wales 1,-
030,702, the protected colony showing an increase of only 62 per cent,
tt againit 139 per cent of the free
trade colony. In the decade between 1871 and 1881 the male population between the ages of 25 and
it bad decreased in Viotoria from
135,413 to 99,497, while New South
Wale* had inoreaaed from 83,275 to
115,991, a change against Viotoria
in the relative positions of no leu
tban68,*32. The official figures
quoted .how that thm boa been a
flow of labor from protected Victoria to free trad* New South
Wales. The Victorians took the
money in th. shape of imposts, but
they (ailed to furnish employment
for labor. Thousands ..after tbou-
lomli of stalwart .(allows had to
l*».ve Victoria to find homes and
bread for themselves and families
eliea-iere. In the matter of. manu-
itttiti__lu_o, these two colonies show
a decided c«tr-*t   In 1886,-Aer
twenty years' protection, Victoria
had 2,813 manufacturing establishments, while in free trade New
South Wales there were in the samo
period 3,616 different establishments,
and since 1877 the number of new
establishments in New. South Wales
is 1,256, against only 510 in Victoria. Nor is this all. In Victoria
the value of plant and machinery is
estimated at £4,643,893, while in
New South Wales, under her froo
trade regime, the value of plant and
machinery is estimated at .t*i,801,-
757. Moreover in New South
Wales there are 8 masters to every
100 employees, while the number is
only 6 in Viotoria. In other words,
tbe prospect of a man becoming his
own master is 33 per cent, greater
in free trade New South Wales than
in the protected colony of Victoria.
"The reason of this," says Mr. Pulsford, "seems to bo obvious. It results from the greater cheapness of
plant and machinery, and of course
also from the greater cheapness of
tho materials for manufacturing.'
Free traders always hold that protection promotes monopoly. As indicative of business activity, for instance, Victoria increased her post
and telegraph correspondence in 20
years 318 per cent., while New
South Wales increased ben 801 per
cent, in the same time. In the
matter of insolvencies, too, the
figures are in favor of the free trade
colony. From 1868 to 1885 the
number of insolvencies in Victoria
were 13,001 j in New Soulh Wales
the number was 11,522. In spending power tho free trudo colony
shows a correspondingly increased
capacity per head. Mr. Pulsford
sums up his ablo and fair compari
son of theso two Australian colonies
by saying that the protected colony
is behind in growth of population,
in wealth, in revenue, in imports
and exports, in shipping, in number
of manufactories, in horse power of
machinery, in number of letters,
telegrams, and newspapers, behind
in wages, in consumption of luxuries,
has moro insolvency anil greater
taxation, and, finally, "nearly the
whole body of Victorian manufacturers are dissatisfied with their position and are eagerly craving for
increase of protection duties,"
Mr. W, Maguire, merchant at Franklin, writes: "I was afflicted witli pain in
my shoulder for eight years—almost
hopeless nt times—havo tried many remedies, but with no relief, until 1 used Dr.
Thomas' Eeleotric Oil.   After a fow ap-
flieations the pain left mo entirely, nnd
have had no pains since. Do not tako
Electric or Electron Oils, hut see that
you get Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil."
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
Sacks! Sacks!
JUST ARRIVED-5,000 SACKS and 6,000
more en route. Farmers, send ln your
orders early, that I may know how many
to import,
dwso24ml W. It. AUSTIN.
Splendid Business Chancel
A WELL-ESTABLISHED AND BIQ-
paylng General Merchandise Business in one of ihe finest agricultural settlements In British Columbia for sale.
Terms ensy. and a suitable customer will
be treated liberally. Best business chance
in British Columbia, Apply to
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Insurance  and Financial
Agenta,Westminster,B.C. dwoc23to
Holbroqk_Estate!
SALE   OF
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
arc offered for sale, ln part or whole:
LOT 5, BLOCK fi, Columbia and Front
streets, 60x132, with 6 stores thereon.
LOT 23, BLOCK 18-6e*tl82-Columblaand
Clarkson streets.wlth buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 A 13. BLOCK 6, Mary atreet; 9
acres, with hard finished house and
orchard.
K LOT 1, BLOCK 16, Columbia street,
83x132.
LOT 81, GROUP 1. Vancouver road, containing 200 aores,
awTlio above Property brings In a rental of 8286.00 per month,
For further particulars and  terms of
solo, apply nt
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith * Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
New Westminster, B. C. doc23to
HamsonHoUpmgsJ.C.
HKALTH AHD FiilASIfBK RKS0RT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
Ha.lr.n.1.1. Twnr «.d Prlv.1. B.ll.1,
With experienced Attendants.
LADIES DEPARTMENT SEPARATE,
Termi, (1.50 t. 13.00 per Any.
Only fi miles from Agassi! station, O. P.
R. Reduced R. R. and Stenmboat rotes,
Excursion rates good for 90 days from
Westminster to Agassis Station and return, S5. Saturday excursion rate, good
 inday,*J.S0.. Oomfort-
' • alna. Ticketscan
ic    itimtttw
mm, mi.  otuua,
until following
fiWWf**
Pimples, Boils,
And Carbuncles result from a debilitated
impoverished, or impure condition of the
blood. Ayer'a Sarsaparilla prevents and
cures these eruptions and painful tumors,
by removing their cause; the only effect
ual way of treating them.
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla has prevented the
usual course of Boils, which have pained
and distressed mo every season for several years.—Q. Scales, Plainville, Mich,
X was badly troubled with Pimples on
the face; also with a discoloration of tbe
ikin, which showed itaolf In ugly dark
patches. No external treatment' did
more than temporary good. Ayer's Sar-
laparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
and I havo not been troubled since.—
r. W. Boddy, River St., Lowell, Mass.
I was troubled with Boils, and my
health was much impaired. I began
asing Ayer's Sarsaparilla. and, in ana
Ume, the eruptions all disappeared, and
my health was completely restored.™
John R. Elkins, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. O.
I was troubled, for a long time, with %
humor which appeared on my face in
agly Pimples and Blotches. Ayer's Sar-
taparilla cured mo. I consider it the best
blood purifier in tho world.—Charles H.
Smith, North Craftsbury, Vt.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
[s sold by all druggists. Ask for Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and do not be persuaded to
sake any other. if
?rop»roabyDr.J.O.A*-er*Co.,Low»ll,MMt,
Price tl t six bottles, 95.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after date we Intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to lease for
timber purposes the following described
hinds, situated In New Westminster District, B. C, on tho southerly side of Harrison lake, and about twenty miles from
Harrison hot springs:
Commencing at a post planted at the
south-west corner of Plot No. One [11 of
Martin A Son's application for the Harrison Saw Mills, dated September 24th,
1888. post marked H. ft. Mill; thence ISO
chains north, 70 de**. west, to a post marked S. W. post, H, S. Mill; thenco 20 chains
north-east to a post marked N. W. post,
H. S. Mill; thonce east 165 chains to a post
mnrked N. E.post, H.S. Mill; tbence 40
chains south to place of commencement
—containing about 800 ncres,
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Martin A Bon.
Dated Octobers, 1688. doclOml
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
T\R. JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SYS-
IJ tern of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis. Catarrh, Erysipelas, Bright'* Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, anil all chronic complaints, Fe-
vers,SmallPox,Plles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlptnerln, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bone, Whooping cough,
Cholera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints. The system
UlfUmpIe. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells nnd tissues of the body with
the samo proximate principles, and ferments .Organic Bodies and so on which nro
normally prepared In tho body by tbe
glands. For sale by
dSautc M. DESBRI9AY.
W. E. FAL.ES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Matallo Burial Caskets. Funerals conducted.
A full llneof Coffin Trimmings always on
. hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice.    Satisfaction guarah<
teed in every particular.
dwocitc Columbia St. New Weit.
TO SAWJILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufacturers of
SAWMILL EKQIKESAKD B01LEIS
CAHO, ClROUlAI AND HEAVY BAND SAW Mill*,
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F.G. Strickland & Co.
MILLWRIGHTS AND MECHANICAL HCIHEHS,
WUTMMTBI,
Their Sole Agents for this Province,
Wo ore now building a special llneof
Machinery for this country, equal to anything built on the American continent.
Before 'nuking any chungf>s you will do
well to correspond with our agents,
WM. HAMILTON, Sr.
auSdwto President.
To Tenants!
WHYDOYOUPAYRENT?
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE HAVE FOR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Located, at Low Price and
Easy Terms,
—AX.SO—
Excellent BUILDING LOTS
In Beit Locality, on Easy Terms.
TO BE OFFERED FOR ONLY A FEW
OATS,  CALL EARLY AND (JET
GOOD SELECTION.
do-Mi. RAND BROS.
BON  MARCHE
■    ——-f^-.. ..IS. "■"■
Dry Goods and Clothing
AT COST FOR CASH.
Walker & Shadwell,
COLUMBIA     PSTiBBJET. <_
Dress-Making!
Misses MoDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C
tw satisfaction guaranteed.      daplSto
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
{Late op England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WE8TMINSTER.
atrflatlafaotlon guaranteed.    dwfeTtc
asroTioB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
VH we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering pnrposos,
vie:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south side of unsurveyed channel at nort li-
west corner of Lot 25, Valdes Island;
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; tbence south
80 chains, thence east 40 ohalns, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence east 20
chains, thence south 20 chalnB, thenco
east 61) chnlns, thence north 40 chains,
thenco west 40 chains, thenoe north 80
chalus. thence west, 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, more or less, to a post on
the shore of unsurveyed channel: thence
following tho shore line in a westerly direction to point of commencement, and
containing in all 1400 acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO.
August 81st, 1838. doc2ml
Contact Refused
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OP MY MATTRESSES
Mouth ■**• Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts,
N. B.—A first-class Upholsterer cm*
ployed.
dauBlc      P. PEEBLES.
G. I WOODS A. C. GAMBLE,
Land Suweyor. Notaiy Publio.
LAND SURVEYORS,
Seal SlUte, hnrance, Finuoial
AND CONVEYANCERS.
J_<_-_exrXB tos
FIRK.-The Western of Toronlo.The XI-
no, The City of London, and The Hartford.
LIFE.-The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT-Tlio Travellers' of Hartford
Land garvey Ing in all IU branches accurately and promptly carried ont,
Cily uid Suburban Land, tor lal..
We ou .how a complete IM of dealrable
localities.
Farming Laud., Improved and unlm-
prove.l, throughout tho dlslrlct.
Alining .ud other Stook boughl and
sold.
Mo..}/ lo Loan on first mortgnge st
low rates. __
Tblrpiionk Cam. No. pm.
P. O. Diia wkk W.
WOODS, TURNER 4 GAMBLK,
0.FHII, ElUID'l (UK,    •   COUIMI* Ithit
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmhllte
SO oo.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Busineta relating to
Real Ettate.
—AGENTS FOR—
Iiontloii liM-ueeOorpontloa.
Connecticut lire Inumee Co. or
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Ute Aimr-
•ice Co,
Canton Insurance Offlce, Id. (Marlni)
OFFICES.!
Columbia St., New West'r.
4* Somxnment St., Victoria
ttWMlt-I
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Part (90 Aores) of Lot No.460, Group
II., in the Diitrict of New Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Isaac. Sinclair Johnston lo
the above lands has.bsen lost oi destroyed, and application hai been made for a
duplicate thereof;
Notice li therefor, hereby given that a
fresh Certificate will be Issued ln
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause bo shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New West., 28th Sept., 1888.     dsefflnil
NOTICE.
Cutis Ii imrante Oo,
-pABTIBS INSURED IN THE ABOVE
X Company, whose Premiums are payable at Eastern points, oan have the place
of payment thereof changed to this city,
free of charge, by applying to tlie undersigned.
.-Mr Risks taken ln thu leadlM f'ena*
dliin 4'onipnny at most favorable rates.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WlIARr- STREET • VICTORIA.
__c3___ttb aroa
North British and Mercantile
insurance Oo. ror Mainland.
H. C. BEETON 4 CO.,
36 Fuuhury Circui,
London, E. C.
N
NOTIOB
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. 40 days after date we Intend makliis*
applica Ion to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands A Works for permission to pur
chase the following; described lands In
Coast District, Provinco of British Columbia: ,
No. 1.—ConinK'iwInK at the N. E. corner
of Lot 34, IliihKe 1 (Valdes Island); thence
cast ten (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn Inlet, thonco northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet and Village
bay to the 8. E. corner of Lot Si, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement — containing about 80
acres.
No. 2.—The small Island lying at the
head of Village bay, Valdes island, containing about one (1) acre.
New West., B. C, Sept. 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dselims Cuauixs E. Woods.
North British and
--    Ill*a°»-ciintlle
PIBJ
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
iAtterlied Capital,   •
finbiertbed     "
Paid up, •
Tire fund A Reserves, u
at 31st Dec, 1887,
Rerenae Fire Branch,
MM,000
NIjOOO
1,188,11*.
l,Sl»,M*
"gSTRates as Low as any other
i eliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. a. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City uid
District. dje22to
•fcTOTTOB
HENRY VTDMONOS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—Ann—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA 8TSBHT,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  •  B.C.
Opp. Postoffiee .nd neitdoor to the
BunkolBrltleh Columbia.
PROPERTYFOR sale
III AU PARTS or TBI
City and District of New
Westminster,
-AHD-
CITY » VANCOUVER
AOINT FOR
Tke tltntit Lite Inmrance Oo„
Ike National fire AiwrnnceCo..
Ike No-wlck Union Tire Inmrance
Soclet*.  	
•OTIM.I ateettA et tteel but. .1
■eitoHkle ■*■«.
mtymjiwA-i^m*.
a*I
OOMPANY ORDERS.
THB MEMBERS OF NEW WB8TMIN-
ster Rifle Co. Mo. 1 are hereby ordered
to return  Into store,  immediately, all
Rifles and Accoutrements, for Inspection,
By order,
E.B BCOULLAR,
docJJlj t!«pt.-eom'il'f.
N'
■TSrOTIQ-EL..
POTICIUB HEREBY DIVEM .PTHAT
Hit
iComminclns ntajioot ptanted northeast from Qrnulte Point, Valdes Island.
Discovery Passage, on the opposite side of
unsurveyed channel; .Ihenoe east 20
ohalns, thenoe- north £0 cbalns, thenoe
west 40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence west 20 ohalns, tbence sonth 40
chains, more or loss, to Ihe shore; thenco
following tbe shore line to point of commencement, and containing in .11 180
aores, more or less.
LAIDIiAPW* OO.
September 1st, 1888. Uocaml
NHUQfl £ PEMSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOB
Confederation Life Assoc Utlan of
Toronto,
Royal imtail IiaMashtra Fire Insurance Companies.
5Ma.Vali-.able Lots tor sale ln the City
ntTDlstrlct ot Weatmlniter; and choice
-ots in the city of Vancouver.
-Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postofflce, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwapjUHo
Executor's Notice.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A Against the Estata of the late .John
H. Mclnnes must present same, properly
verified, to the undersigned on or before
tha8lstinst,andalt persons Indebted to
said Estate must pay forthwith.
D.S CURTIS,
For Execufa ts.
-New West, Oct. 5,1888. docStd
Winter TimeTablel
STB. "BAIaNBOW"
T EAVES VICTORIA TOR WB8TMIN-
'll iter
Every Monday & Friday.
Leavi.s Westminster for Victoria
, Every Thursday <** Saturday,
At 7 A.M.
Leavet Westminster -lor Vancouver ond
Nanaimo,
Every Tuesday Morning
At 7 o'clock, returning the following day.
W. 3. MATHERS,
dwoo23m8 Agent.
rarr mmmohd
NURSERY
A SAILING VESSEL HAS BEEN
A placed on the Berth In London for
Vancouver, B. C, and having secured
bulk of cargo will sail the end or November.
Intending Ship
tlon as to frelgh
tlon to
ers can obtain Informa-
rates, eto„ on applica*
H. BELL-IRVING,
Cordova St.,
Vancouver.
Public Notice
mHE ATTENTION OP THE PUBLIC
J. 1. hereby directed to the "Provlnclul
Health (nuoll-pox) By-L.wt, 18S8," lisuod
by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council,nhderanthorlty of the"Henlth
Ordinance, 180°."
Having been unpointed Provincial
Health (nicer for Districts lying south of
Fraser Klver, 1 hereby ilve.notlco that
the provisions of ,sald lly-Law. .will be
strictly enforced, nnd nil persons are re
quired to govern themselves accordingly
It. I. BENTLEV, M. B..
Provincial Health Oflicer.
N.w We.t„lQcL», 1888.
IL.8.)       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THE U-SUTEN*NT4i0VERN0R-
IN COUNCIL,
UKDntTB. AtrrilORITVOVTII."HaALTH
OKOlKAHCa, lStO."
TTIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
II Governor of British Oolumbla, by
ana .with the advice of the Executive
Council of British Columbia, acting under
and by virtue of the provisions of the
"Health Ordinance, 1889," enacts ns follows:—
1. Whenever small-pox is present In any
locality without the boundaries of .any
Municipality, the Provincial Health Officer aeanat to such locality shall «t once
cmw tia.aaatlent to-ie yemonid to nu
Jnfited hospital, tent or other.ultablo
place, or mum such -person teiM other-
wis. sufflciently Isolated, aad shall see
that he Is properly oared for. and shall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, II necessary, the destruction of all
clothing which may have been exposed to
the.oawui.lon, and for tho disinfection
ttnd purification of every conveyance,
rail-car, steambont, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehfole which may have
been expoied to the contagion.
2. Such Health Officer shall have, in hit
discretion, full power 1a> place in another
building orient all penons who may have
been exposed to the oontogton, and shall
cause tbem to be supplied with all necessaries until the period of Incubation of
the disease ihall have elapsed, and no
such penon ihall go, or he permitted to go,
abroad, until he or ihe has given satisfactory proof of successful vaccination
within the preceding leven yean, or shall
have obtained a medical certlfloateof Insusceptibility to th. VMota, dlseaw.nor
until the slothing or effect, worn or carried by or with him nr her have been
properly disinfected, if the same have
been expoied lo contagion.
3. To assist the Health Officer, he shall i
havefnll powerto employ penons to be'
mirsci,sanitary policemen,nndotho. wise
to aid In tho prevention of the spread of
Ihedisonse, and may himself give nnd enforce luoh reasonable directions for the
same purpose ns to hlm may seem expedient, and the nearest Government Agent
shall lee that all articles and necessaries
required by the Health Officer aro furnished.
4. It ihall bo tho duty of overy medloal
practitioner who shall attend upon, or
give medical or surgical advice, lo or
about any penon suffering Irom smallpox, to *lve notice forthwith filer lie thall
have commenced n to atlmd or give auch
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Officer. When a householder knows that
a penon within tbe house occupied by
him I. taken lick of smull-pox, fiti ahall
Immediately give notice thereof lo the
nearestTProvlnolol Health Officer.
6. The Provincial Health oflicer before
m.nttoned la and Include, any person
appointed Health Officer under, the
"Health Ordinance, 1800," by tb, Ue.ten-
sjuVGovomor In Counoil. .  „,
8. The foregoing provisions shall have
effect wltfln the limit.of an- •*--■-■-
' ., save ns hereinafter men.
no
  _. ie limit, of any Mu.iel.
pallty, save ns hereinafter mentioned.
7. Si case the Counoil of any Munlol-
pallty, whenever .mall-pox la »reMPt,or
Ilk.ly to occur therein, .nail fall to make
ol .ball be made to tne Lleulenant-Gov.
ernor by the Council of, any adjacent
Municipality, It shall be lawful, for the
ion any Provincial
h.vo,lwlthUl n_t In
ilolpalltyairthe.n-
ie 1. clothed In re-
Lieutenant-Governor In Council, acting
upon auch complaint or In hll discretion
upon olb.r Information, fo order that
theie regulations shall, until otherwise
ordered, nppiy to .nd b. In lore, .within
the Municipality In which sueh,negleot
oecnn, .and thereupon nny Frovtnol.l
Health Oltleor .ball ha
retpect of inch Munlol
thorltywlth which be _,«—,-,- „,,
s^ja^^irs^asn.
e^ny.R:%bbJ,nliSc,MS3A^,
the foregoing mutton, "hall he jtald by
luoh Municipality. ......    ~_
I. These reKuftont may be eltod *Mb»
"Provincial *Btealth(iman-ptul)BrJaawi,
IMS,"
Dated at Victoria, thii art d.y;of.October, 1888.
««*nl
'rovlnulWreury.
Frail Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything fhrst-olasi and furnished In
good .nape.
.avSend 15 cts, ior valuable 80-page Descriptive Catalogue with 6 beautiful col-
ored plates. Price Lists sent tree.
G. W. HENRY,
dwdeiotc Port Hammond, B.C.
Wm. A. Dasliwood-Jcnes
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
 dje21tc	
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A GENERAL   MEETING WILL  BE
held ln the COURT HOUSE ou
Saturday the 3rd November,
AT 8 P. M.
POBPOHS-Urawlng for tbe Seventh Ap*
proprlailon of 11,000. .    ,
Members ln arrears are requested to pay
all dues at tha Secretary's office, Banfc
Buildings, Mary street, before that date so
as to lessen the Secretary's work on that
evening.
New members will be admitted to the
Drawing on payment of entrance toe, SI,
and four weeks' subscriptions, $1 per
share.
By order,     WALTER J, WALKE B,
• Seemtary.
23rd October, 1888. dor aid
GunsIJuns!
HUES,   KV01VER5,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
FlrtlBg TMkle.
ALL KINDS OF SPORUNG GOODS.
IEAI, *•»«* AW AU 0TNE« TUP*,
A SPECIALTY.
A Sue Uai of Catloiy,.P^oi, Bar Goodi,
Fancy Goods, to.
aarThe laijrest assortment nf Single
and Double, Breech and Muiile-loadfog
SHOT-GUNS In the province, from ts up
lolIOO. W. W. Greener Guns.
S. H.WEBB,
AsoTjoiran A ArpKAisxa.
Now Weitminster, B. C.       dwtclOml
M.A. McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST RECE1V1D A FULL LINE
WW8TE0 & TWEED SUITINGS
Ov«miMiii£,Tnmfi«riii|ranil
tar We keep a. large and select stock of
everytblnglhat Is found In any flntalasi
Tailoring Establishment.
Oppoam Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,  •  Niw Wanmamsa.
 dwmhiste ■ ■.
JMlfflSE'SI
OLD STAND,
opp. me a p. n. co.'s wharr,
For. Gm.nl Amrta.nt of
Dry Goods,
GLOTHiasra-,
Millinery,
Udin'SCMIdrm's Apparel,
-fnTtmriofc CroclMry, Cord-
*«e,fte.
Butt«r K«g«, Bai-reb,
Hay, Orsln, Teed, ate
FARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD OS, COMMISSION. IRE-HtRITINQ.
 i of North Amerle. GoH
TrWwrk to Writ..
: SnppoBa » wild Indian belonging to
th. otoiwbot* mtmbers tail themselves
th. Twill. makas a raid on a village of
huts and wigwama owned by onemieg
belonging to the widespread clan called
tbe Bear clan.
Suppose it bu taken tho Turtles three
daya of bard travel through forests and
over the hilli to reach the Bears.
By means of their crafty spies they
And that Uushravo men of the Bears are
away bunting moose, and that moat of
the Kjraawa and papooses aro either in
tho fields ol maize or in tbe woods,'
where th. berries are ripe, and only
a few old men and wonwn are left behind to keep watoh over some ponies
and oxen.'"
Then th. Turtles, each clutching his
bow, oreep on the village under cover
of the woods, and with a torriilo yell
ruih at the wigwams,i Tlio old peoplo
ran into the bushes, frightened tiluiont
to death, aa yon can well imagine.
Then th. Turth s gather up all the
ponies and oxen, drive them oft*, bum
au the wigwama they oan, and hurry
home with oatfle.
Now these lavages think they have
done quite a fine tiling in robbing tlieir
neighbors of their oattle nnd plundering
and burning their homes, us docs one
great nation in Europe, when, like our
Turtle chieftain, badly counseled by
wicked md ambitions men, it robs another of a great province, and forces
th. wretched people who dwell there to
obey the lawa of a nation they dislike;
and they wish to let other Indiana
know what olever robbers they have
bees.
So th. Turtle ohief chooses a piece of
smooth, cream-colored birch-bark,
ohewa up a little tobacco to servo as
ink, plnolti a twig of softwood for a
pen, and with the tobacco juice draws
the following pictures:
First comes a turtle, and it ia a veiy
big turtle, because he thinks that he nml
his clan aro very great personages indeed. Then ho draws as many waving
lines, to represent bows, as there are
Indiana in hia .party, and perhapi the
samo numhor of Indians with tnp-knots;
his tines bend forward to show in what
direction tho trail went.
Following theBo, a rising sun stands
for day-break, and three Hues under it
mean that three days went by in going
to the Bears.
Next he puts down as many funny
little pyramids as there wero Boar wigwams, and draws them upside down
to show that they were destroyed.
After that, ho draws, as well as he
can, a wee, wee Bear, very small, in
order to show his contempt for the
Bears.
Finally, ho draws with tha greatest
can as many oxen and ponies as ha has
captured, because he is chiefly proud of
this put ot his exploit and wishes all
th. world of the woods to know
what a great and sueccsiful robber
he is. •-
; He does sot tell that the Bear braves
wero away when he surprised the camp,
and probably doei not euro to tell that
8art of the itory.   We may understand
i from the absence Of any sign of
•osJps.
Had there been reaHmco aud men
slain on eitherside, the exact number
of dead would havo been noted by
drawing just as many human figures
without their heads.—[St. Nicholas.
t m.m
l-'two Veteran. Mm*.
"One day laat summer I waa in
Louisville: While seated, in the hotel
offlce I noticed a gentleman scanning
the register, jaw him sneak to the clerk
and then turn and look at me. Then
he approached me and asked:
" 'le your nam. H. H. Hamilton?'
At my affirmative reply he aaked:
" 'Will yon remain 1mm fifteen
minnte. and thin meet me?' I again
gave a positive aniwer, md asked:
*" I don't know who you are, air, bnt
I'll meet yon.' |
"In fifteen minutes th. stranger
was baok, and in the same mysterious
manner liked me to get into the
carriage with which he wet oocompanicd.
We drove to an elegant residence, into
which I followed the arranger. Ho
eoatcd me in a parlor and left me,
telling m. he would return in a
moment.
"I was nervous, but very curious.
Presently my atrange escort returned
with a companion, an aged lady, who
waa leaning upon hia
'"Mother,* he aa
oa,    um   _%
Hamilton, of whom you have often
aaid, •thii is Mr.
wnom you have often
heard ma speak; he it the man who
gave mo this ugly wound in my
■boulder. I'm the .man who crippled
the hand he'a now extending to yon.'
" That old lady, as beautiful an old
lady aa I ever aaw, then threw her ten-
dor arm! around my neck, and—didn't
I ahtd. aome tears I "—[Cincinnati Enquirer.
.    .     .   <,i... i.   i ■-
An MmUv. atyl. of Wooing.
The Australian, whin he would wed,
make, up hia mind aa to which
woman ahall be hia bride, and then
bidea in th. buiaes in the vioinity of
her dwelling place. <
It is not neceessary for her to know
that then is t lover looking for her,
especially with a itout cudgel, or may
b. she wouldn't be won aa frequently
u she is.
At aoon ai ahe comes near where
the anxious swain lies hidden, and
if the ia alone, he pounces out upon
has, promptlyand effectually knocks
her down with a club, and oarriea
her off before ahe comes to.
If h. doea not get her to his hnt
before ahe recovers, there is likely to
be a lively fight in the bush, for the
Aiaefaalian damsel is generally a vigorous one, and ahe may have reasons of
.hor own;for .objecting to the lover',
efforts to win her.
The would-be bridegroom may then
te .blind to club her again, and as this
ia considered to be rather a reflection
on th. ardor with which his earlier
nflbrt waa made, he generally puts as
muoh soul and muacle into hia first love
tap aa he oan summon.
. Bevivaa awning, v.
* Preacher: " Young n»n should never
go to any plaoe where th.y would not
tako their listen. Ia there a Ohriitinn
young man in tho audience who thinks
ho m»/eafoly break thie wise rule""
Young man under tha gallery stands
np
Preacher: M And what ia the placo,
my young friond, which you think
yourself justified in visiting, end yet to
which yon would not think of tckiiio
your sister?"
ujosmbuk: ."<-tt»*wb*Mhc*>, sir."
a-'BH*tWo liapre**. -.;•
"ItSaved My Lffe"
I. . common expression, often heard
from tbn. who have tesJlMd, by per-
aoaal un, th. ouratlvo pewtn of Ayer's
CPhnryPeowral. "•Ioannotsayenongh
In praise ot Ayer's Oherry Pectoral, believing as I do that, but ror Its use, I
ihould long since have died from lung
trouMes.—B. Bragdon, Palestine, Tex.
About lix months ago I had a nvere
Hemorrhage of the Lungs, brought on
by • uiitresilng Cough, which deprived
me of deep and rest. I had used varioui cough balsami and expectorant!,
without obtaining reliif. A friend ad-
vised nurta try -
Ayer1. Cherry Pectoral.
I did so, and. *"Miap|y to_jay that it
thii medietas cured ay cough, an.*
am sstlsflcd, saved toy life—Mrs
Cohurn, 18 Becond st., Lowell, Mau.
I have used Ayer's ofilrry Pectoral
for over a year, and elncerely believe I
should bave been In my grave, had tt
not been for thii medicine. Ithaicured
me of a dangerous affection of tho lungs,
for which I ltd almoit despaired of ever
finding a remedy.—D. A. McMullon,
Windsor, Province of Ontario.
Ayer'i Oherry Pectoral laved my life.
Two mats ago I took a very severe Cold
whloS settled on my lungs. I consulted
physicians, and took the remedies they
prescribed, but failed to obtain relief
until I began using Ayer'a Oherry Pectoral. Two bottles of this medicine
onmpletelyreitored my health.—Little
M. Allen, West Lancaster, Ohio,     tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
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TIMEJT.A.-BIiE
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chilllwhack and waypl.ee.
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m,, returning on the following days. For all further Information
apply on hoard, or to
dmy9lc
W. B. TOWNSEND,
On the Wharf,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
vis.:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Hastings Saw Mill
Co.'s limit, Johnstone Straits. Valdez Island; thence enst 20 ohalns, thence south
(JO ohnlna, more or less, to Hastings Saw
Mill Co.'a lino; thenee following tbe Bald
line west aud north to point of commence*
ment, and containing In all 120 acres,
moro or less. LAIDLAW A CO.
27th August, 1889. doo2ml
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
Vi we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
via.:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north Bide of unsurveyed channel, Valdes
Island, about 2 miles from Discovery Fas*
sage; thenee north 40 ohalns, thence east
120 ohalns, thenco south 20 chains, moro
or less, to the shore; thence following the
shore line In a westerly direction to point
of commencement, nnd containing In all
410 acres, mora or less.
LAIDLAW A CO.
29th August, 1888. doc2ml
NOTICE.
Uhioi
OTICE Ift HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. wo Intond to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
for permission to lease the following de*
scribed proportyfor timbering purposes,
via-.:
Commencing at a post planted about 4ft
chains north from tho southeast corner of
Hastings Saw MIU Co.'s limit, Johnstone
Ht rafts, Valdes* Island; thence east 40
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 60 chains, more or less; to Hastings
Sawmill Co.'s line: thence following the
said line south ana east to point of commencement, and containing ln all 180
acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO.
29th August, 1888. doc2ml
NOTICE.
IT1ENDER8 ARE INVITED FOR THE
UL North-west quarter-section of Section
11, Townships. The highest or any tend-
ernotueoessarllyaooepted. Tehderswlll
be received up to noon, Novbmbbb21bt,
1888. Tobeientlo
J. ELLWOOD,
Administrator for Estate of James Mitrne
(Deceased).
. Now Westminster.
Or to W. NORMAN BOLE, 0,C.
■aspomascB,
In the Estate of JOSIAH BATH.
OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.,   Joslah Bath, of Ladner's Landing,
-as this day made an assignment tome
for the benefit of his creditors.
I
All persons having claims against the
dd Joslah Bath are requested to sond tho
same to me on or before the 7th day of
November, 1888. and all persons Indebted
to hint arc required to pay the amount of
their indebtedness to me on or before that
date.
W. H. FALDING.
New West., Oot. 10,188S. docIOld
2STOTIOB.
VJOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll we Intend to moke application to
the Ohtef Commissioner of Lands and
Works tor permission to lease tbe follow-
Ingdesortbed property for timbering pur
poses, vis.:
Commenelng at a post planted at the
Southeast corner of Lot 18, Valdes Island:
thence east -40 ehalns, thence north 20
chains, thence west 20 chains, tbence
north 60 ohalns, thenee west 20 chains,
thence north 40 ohalna, thenco west 20
chains, thence south 20 ohalns, thence
west 20 ehalns, thence south 20 chains,
thence west 20 ohalns, thence ■ south 20
chains, thence east 20 chains to the northwest corner of Lot 18; thence east 40 chains
to the northeast corner of the said lot;
thence south 60 chains to point of commencement-containing in all 440 acres,
more or less. LAIDLAW A CO.
July 23rd, 1888. doclml
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to make application to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
■for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
via:
Commencing at a post planted on the
shore of Lake; thenoe north 5 chains,
more or less, to the south boundary line
of Lot 618, Deep Bay; thence east 40 chains,
more or less, to the southeast corner of
said lot; thenco north 20 chains, thence
east 60 chains, thenee south 20 chains,
thenco west 40 chains, thence south 20
ehalns, thence west 60 chains, thence
north l) ohalnB, more or less, to point of
commencement, nnd containing in all
200 aores, moi e or less,
LAIDLAW A CO.
September 1 th, 1888. doc2ml
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to mnke application'to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease tho following described property for timbering purposes,
vis:
Commencing at a post planted ontho
northeast side of Forbes Bay, tbence east
100chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
east 40 chains, tbence north 20 chains,
thence east 00 chains, thence south 60
ohalns, thence west20 chains, thence south
20 ohalns, thence west 60 ohalns, thence
south 20 chains, thence west 80 chains.
thenoe north 20 chains, thence east 60
chains, thenco north 20 ohalns, thence
west 80 chains, moro or less, to the shore;
thenoe following the shr re line to pointof
commencement,1 and containing In-all
1000 acres; moire or less.
LAIDLAW * CO.
September 10th, 1888, doc2ml
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described proportyfor Umbering purposes,
via.:
Commencing at a poat planted on the'
south side of Thurlow Iiland, southwest
from Hemming Bay, Nodales Channel:
thenco west 20 ehalns, thenee north 90
chains, thenoe west 20 chains, thence
north 20 chains, thenoe east 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains, thenoe. west 20
ohalns, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 20 chains, thence .north 40 ohalns,
theuce east 20 chains, mora or leas, to the
Hastings Saw Mill Co.'s line; thence following the said line south nnd east a die-
tanco of 160 chains, more or less, to the
southwest comer of Hastings Saw Mill
Co.'s limit,Hemming Bay; tnence following tbe shore line to point of commencement, and containing ln All 480 acres,
more or less.
22nd August, 1888.
doc2ml
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVMO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
JX Ih! "Temperance Houn,"fronting
onOolumblaand Ohurch Street!, oppoalte
the Epltcopil Church, and now known
M th.
FARMERS'HOME!
Will Mcommods*. Ih. traveling public
at the following rate.!
Board per day ___«. ..II 00
wok ............_ * ~
Single Meaifc.....„........._.„
Beat...,.—..,...................,..
.100
as
as
•avOood accommodation for Ladlei and
families. myMo
Flowers for sale
CHINA & JAPAN
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|—ALSO—
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Bronte, ivory, Sandalwood and
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Doping that you will honor us with your
villi, we remain very respectfully yours,
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J. & W. STUART,
Musselburgh, Scotland,
Manufacturers and Patentees of tho Cole*
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•arwwHW-s, -too-
ML The large demand for Messrs.
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very extensive additions to their Establishment at Musselburgh, tn order to keep
up with the requirements of the trade.
•rdertrnrfteaK
execution, and to
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 ensure prompt delivery
Indent* should bo sent In without delay.
ROBERT WARD  & CO.,
vioroBiA,
Sole Agent! for Britiih Colnmbla,
, dse27ml
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
KM-ly Oppoalte Ihe Colonial Hotel,
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f3t5T<DXJOE.
J OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
. we have sonde application to the
onornble the Minister of the Into.
;lor of Canada for a leaso, for timbering purpoie., on the. following del-
crlbed Intel! of land Situated In the
Dlstrlot of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vlti-commpnclng at 11
post marked J. O. B, and J. McL 120
chains, about northwest from the outlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's applleiitlon; tbeuco
west 940 chain., more or lens, lo a post
marked J. a. it, .nd J. MCL,, B.W.| thenco
north ft)ohalns to a post mnrked J. a. It.
and 3. McL„N,E.; ihenoe well MO chains,
mor. aar.MW,,to n post marked J. II. R.
and J. McL., N. W.; thence south 1110
ob.lns, mora..or less, to a post, marked J.
O. 8. and J. McL., S. E.; thence cost 40
clmlns, more or less, to a post marked J.
O..B.andJ. lloIa,8.E.| thence south so
olutlnt, mora or less, to* post mnrked 3.
a. It. and 3. McL., 8. W.i thence eut 40
ehllns.moreor less.too post morkod J.
O. Rand J. McL., 8. E.; thenee south 210
chains, moro or leas, to a post marked 3.
O. B.and J. MoL.,B. W.iWenc. mt 1120
ehalns, moro or less, In a post marked J.
O. It, nnd J, McL., S. K.; thence north loo
chains, more or loss, to a poat marked J.
Q R, and J. MoL., near Brunette sawmill
Co'.application; tluinco along said application lo the .nlnci of commencement.
Alu SeeilonM, the west half of Necllon
8»,and theeast hallo! Hection 2J,iill In
Township Twelve (13), District of New
Weatmlnater, Province of British Colum-
JAMKS O. ROSS,
JAMES MCLAREN.
FRONT STREET, tfcl
port OfBce Box Uo. 7.
1.0.
MRS. E. Ji MILLER
WILL RESUME CLASSES IN PAINT-
ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
ln all branches, at Rooms at Mas. Stir-
hky's, Columbia St., Saturday. October fl.
Hours from 9 to 12 a. in. and 1 to 4 p. m.
docStc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lundsand Works
for permission to lease the following described property for Umbering purposeu,
viz:
Commenelng at a post planted about
one-half a mile northeast from Price
Point, Homfruy Channel; thenco south
20 chains, thence cost 40 chains, thence
north 80 ohalns, thenoe cast 40 chains,
theuce north 40 chains, tbence west 40
chains, more or less, to the shore; thence
following the shore line to pointof commencement, and containing ln all 800
acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO.
September lath, 1888. dotiiml
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STECK
niasoii & ifiiiiiiiii.
BAI'S A CO., Now York.
SCHIiBEBT *«.«., New York.
'ions nnd KOKENF.R. Berlin.
dominion, hojisi IIA other Pianos.
M. Pianos from S250 upwards; Organs
from 150 upwards. Old Instruments
taken In exchange pruning and Repairing.
72 Government St., Victoria.
Branch House, Vancouver.EC.    dwto
—ANY MAN—
Who is Weak, Nervorsi, Debilitated,
who In bis Foil* and la-noranee has
Trifled away his Vigor of Bod}*, Mind
and Manhoodjcaudliig exhausting dralnB
upon the Fountains of lslfe, Bud-
•che. Backache* Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bashfttlness In
Society, Pimples upon the Face and
all tbe Hflbets leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or Insanity, will And In
ourSpecitlc No. 23 a Pe-slt to Cure, It
Imparts Youthfhl Vigor, restores the
Vital Power tn old and young, strengthens and Invigorates tbe Brains and
Nerrcs, builds up tbe muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our Specific No. 23 tho most obstinate
case oan be cured In three months, and
recent ones ln loss than 80 days. Each
packago contains two weeks treatment,
Price $2. euros guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 24 Is an infallible Cure for all Private Diseases, no matter of how long
standing. Sold under our written Guarantee to effect a dure. Price f*>. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
(JONSUIPTIOS
That dread terror, a disease so long
bafllng soionco and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arroNt, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
euro. Now It Is no longer an Incurable malady evon whon given up hy
physicians, health can yet be found ln
OUR REMEDY-11 heals and soothes
the mc'iibr-ine of tho Lunga, Inflamed
and poisoned by tho rnviii*es of this
fell disease, and proven tn the night
sweats imd tightness acroNH the chest
which accompany It.  Price S.'i.
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto,Ont.
By tholr Agent,
lUim
<tf»«rin^*<|pyiy^>r^--O^IM^ 4aHrt»JW^ uHlwiaoc
OVB ELEGANT PREPARATIONS.
Remember we manufacture and are the
solo proprietors of the following specialties, and that they cim be had from no
other source THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Correspondence strictly confidential. C-iiis'iltiitloii upon all chronic
disease Invited, NO, CHARGE except for
medicines, All goods sent st-cure from
observation. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
I    HAIR  COLORING.
Our magnificent preparations are warranted perfectly li arm less. We prepare
the following colors—tho finer shades
arise from the hulr Itself: Black, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, Gold Btoinle, Ash or Blonde
Cendrec. Send sample of hair when ordering, rrlce, 92 per bottle. Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering plcii.se specify which you
require; we guarantee them to give entire
satisfaction. No. 8 Imparts to the skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
ImrmlesH nud cannot bo detected, 11.25,
No. S removes wrinkles, 92. No. 10 removes Liver Hpnts, $1.2.1. No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, 91.25. No. 12 removed
Freckles, 91.25. No. is removes Pimples,
31.2fi. No. 14 removes Tnn, $1,25. No. 16
removes Moles, $2. No. 10 removes Pock-
mBrks, 52. No. 17 removes undue Porspl-
ratlon, $1.25. No. 18, nn absolute unfiiMing
specific for the retention, development nr
restoration of the Hair, 91.25, Toronto
Medicine Co,, Toronto, Ont
THE BUST.
No. 19 is a cmblned internal and external treatment wlileh speedily develops
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous nature. Is entirety
harmless and certain in results. Price Ii
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
Dress Mailing Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NKW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Lone Bzperl.no. la th. featlnui,
 d30Jl°6m	
Dominion Lands.
JF YOU ARE FATING POR YOUR
Pre-emption or torrent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay ln SOi
largo discount;
Rcrlr* can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
ALL0WAY & CHAMPION
Bfja-H-BTElBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
on raoH
THK BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
.NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmhete
BY WAY OF THE
Southern Pacific Coipy's
x.r-*gja*a.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any ottier
Route between
NewWeit.iiiauter and Su Fnooiico.
Brand Scenic Bonte of the ficlfle
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPER8
TOUEIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached (o Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco: Unlimited, $»>l First
Class (Limited), $!.| Second Class (Limited), »u.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
AM. Gen. Freight k Pass. Agent.
      dJeSlc ■
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
kml Merchandise!
NEW  WKSTMIXSTBIt, B. C.
Hay and Feed
wood & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry floods, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions tt Groceries.
FABMERS'li^RDWARE,
■MTAsweuse no whisky or tobacco we
can, by temperate habits and careful ero
noniy, sorvo the public at especially low
rates. dwjalSto
IMPEBIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. ud 16 Pan Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOB mSUWNG HOUSES k OTHER
Building!, Ooodt, Wans, Merohan.
diss, Mannfaoturing and Farming Stock,
Shlpi In Port, Harbor or Dock, and tk.
Orgooi of inch Veueli. alio, Ship build*
ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable riven aad canals, aad
Goodi on board inch Veitelt, throughout
Gnat Britain and Inland aad la Foreign
Countriei,
IROM 1088 OR DAHAfil BT FIBK.
Subiorlbwl and Invettad Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and ever*/ Informs
tion oan ba obtained on application to
W. J. ABN8TB0NS,
Agent fo.- New We.tniln.tcr.
3VE5-vir    GOOr>S !
T HAVE JUST EECEIVED A URGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP
■*ari
t_e_z m
Which I will sell CHEAP FOB CASH. I have also made a largo addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, 4o. An inipection of my
Stock will satisfy any to-day that I havo the best auortment to b. found in thi.
oity.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to. -
jakbb ___oxrmmxtJkxr,
dwjelyl No. 81, Colombia Street.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM .AND IRON.WORKINO
Machinery to their Business, ore now prepared to do all kinda of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, machine Work, Forging,
And every detcription of BLACKSMITHING, at pricei considerably lower
than before.   It is our intention to have in the course of a few weeks a
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. We have the LARGEST STOOK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee latiifaction in workmanship as well aa pricei. We have obtained tho aervioH of a
First-class Horsc-Slioor, and that part of onr Business will havo ipecial
attention.
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in thii line, will hav.
onr best attention,
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable rates.       -
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Boggles, of tb. best quality,
for sole.
We also keep In stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, 8PTEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE*: OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Viotoria pricei.
tr Estimates and tenders given on all kindi of Ironwork. Call and inspect
our Stook and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.
dwjlylDto
BEID & CURBIE.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
. "Oa.toibiiiowell.^ptedtoelil'otat'a.t I CutayrUenn. OoHe, OatL-.—
lr«oa,meDdllMwperl<arlo.orpT<»cnpUoal S" IK"***JJ*"**^ S*}^.™;*-, <■.
InwwBtom.."     a A. a*im, It. D.,        lX-Mmv^^-mmt,t-<_tvmttmi_.
lJJSo.OrfirfSiiBrixiMjn.N.Y.   \m____v$0amt___t-_tt.
Tax CPnrnra Ommnr, J7 Hurray street, N. Y.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In the East and else
where very considerably, we aro lu a position to give prices on any class of Machinery that mey be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Rollers, Planers, Matchers and Moulder*),
Buss Planere, Wood Latncs, Hand
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gnui*e
Lathes, Shaping Machln*'-*,
Shingle Mnelilnes, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Saw MUM, Portable Engines and Boilers, and Hoisting
Engines.  Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and The London-
Tool Co's iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines nnd Crushers of either
tbo Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Ir -ertcd
Teelh, Lubricating Oils, Rubber aud
Leather Belting, which we carry In
stock,
Stenm Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
nn short notice, hs well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ao.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
MND & MBSTMENT ABENCY, Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
LAND,   J
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, * 56 New Broad St. * LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP ft MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will be carried oo by the Company from thb date tl a genenl Land Investment
and Insurance Ageniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Loti and Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria & a, May Uth, 1887. 4wjeTU
We nro sole agents In this Province tor
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'*/, whose
Marino work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify,
FRASER ftlEONARD,
Cautbl. SI..   Op,.. n.w.*Adv.rtl..r.
VANTOUTER, B, tt
dwMR.
(LUNCBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
X._______B,   1ST
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats 6 Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
■nCBN'S     Ac     BOYS'     RUITM.
Groat Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL -STORES.
XT. B.—Farm Produce bought nt market rates or sold on commissi**. «.Orders
from the Interior promptly attended tq. , , j....
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
the sunscimiF.na are now pre-
PARED TO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIQS
At Special Low Kates.
nf ad All Kinds of tauf
Done at Shortest Notice.
DrrCoMlweaMl dellvorctl to nny part of
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
•arstablcs nearly opposite C. P. R, Depot, Columbia St., NowWestmlnster.
djallt.      QILLEY BROS. PaoN.
•     STABLES,
Dallas Street. Westminster
aos. mTyvise,
PBOPMITOII.    '
Good DRrvwo * riding; horses
lor Hire, Hacks call stall Steamert
nud. Trains: Special attention given to
Hoarding Horses.
COAL INO WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo lett at the OfflMof M*>
}Jtors4'*«lfgau.i^mmlitloiast*h.nt?
Front SrreotiVew Wert. dnBt. CPi'-jUij c'tXioi:
fH-sTsa-aT'-sTH-a-HaHn
tHC DAILY  OOLUMBIAN
nrauann
every Mlenum eiee.1 s..d.y,
BT TH.
__masTxrm__T    bboibbbs,
Al llielr Blum   Printing Estakllili-
m.nl, Columbia Street.
BT   MAIL;
for 11 monthi. WW
(or < month! t_\
frit tmonths itt
DHJVBMD IN THB CITY:
{or 19 month.. IUM
Ki • again*.  »g
r*TaW!a       •*
fuaatIB all caw (escipt for w.ekly
MM) tt be mam In advance.
THE WEtKLY OOLUMBIAN
toned .Very Wc4.e>d>r M.rnl.i.
Ii.liv.nd ln th. City, per year. ..13.00
Milled, per year. 100
Stalled, J months. 1.26
fc^.__——_—__—_.m———_.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
For Sate W, H. Ladner
Notloe A. Dick
NoUo. Hyaoki
McGregor Eitate W. H. Falding
piitlj) -gh-iiifih liolumbiun
Wed.Hiw Imlii, Oct. M, IMI.
Hyack mooting called j lea adv.
B. 0. Exposition fund itill growing.
Naxtl
W. H. Ladner advortfsct dean timothy seed for sale
Fresh Eutern Oyiteri by the can at
R. 3. Armstrong'!. die2litc
Fmh Eastern and Native Oysters,
lerved in .very ityle, at the Olub. *
Th. aecretary of the Biflo Association it now prepared to pay prizes won
at th. annual meeting
The itr. Princess Louiie left for
Victoria thii ifternoon at 4.30 o'clock
with a largo load of farm produce and
100 iheep. She will load 1400 cases
of salmon before letting the river.
The youngeit Walworth boy is the
only one of the family not convalescent. All danger of the imallpox
ipreading ii now at an end, and a lew
weeki more will itamp it out entirely.
At the police oourt thii morning
William Smedley wn arraigned for
being drunk and making hii bed on
the lidewalk in front of the court
houto.   He wat lined (2.60 and costs,
The experience of years furnishes the
most convincing eviderce that thousands
of lives a-e annually saved by the ute of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It speedily
cures all affections of tho throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs.
A land lurveyor from Vancouver
hu juit completed chaining the road
between Weitmimter and the terminal
city in the interests, it ii said, of a
company that intends building a tramway to connect the two oitles.
During the heavy gale prevailing at
Vaajeouver.on Monday night a tree
wu blown down close to the park
road, and fell on a cabin occupied by
two Chinamen, initantly killing one of
them.   The othor escaped unhurt.
The Pacific express due yeiterday
did not arriv. until 4 o'clock thia morning. It wu detained by a land elide
which occurred near Yale. A largo
tang of men were occupied for teveral
houn in removing th. earth and rooki.
It tl useleti to attempt the care of any
disorder, if the blood is allowed to remain impure. Neuralgia and rheumatiim are traceable to a disordered condition of the blood, and In numberless
•mm havo hesni cured by taking a few
bottlai of Ayer'i Sarsaparilla.
Thechoiri of St Pauli, R. K, the
Methodiit, Presbyterian and Baptiit
churches will meet at St. Paul'a church
thil evening for praotice. Theie choiri
have united to form a choir for Mr.
D. L. Moody's meeting! whioh will bo
held in thil city in a week or ten dayi.
Thii morning a man named Thoi.
Morrii, who hu been a resident of the
oity for about a year, and hu lately
been ahowing aigni of inianity, wu
ex.mined by Dr. I. M. McLean and
Dr. DeWolf Smith and pronounced insane. He wu committed to the provincial inaane asylum.
A new Siliby heater will bo ordered
for the fire engine to-morrow. Oapt.
Armstrong it determined that the
Hyaoki will be in fint clsss condition
to fight any fir. they may have to contend with. A number of change! will
be made ahortly which will add greatly to th. efficiency of the brigade.
Mr. Moreiby, governor of the provincial gaol, returned thii morning
from Jones' Landing, where he went
for th. purpoie of securing additional
evidence concerning the Durant murder ease. H. wu successful in finding a number of witnesses who will
give valuable evidence for tha prosecution.
The Scientific American ol Oct. 13
.contain! an announcement of aU. S.
patent having been granted to James
DnBriiay, of Vanoouver, B. O., "an
ail. box ipeciilly deiigned for locomo-
tivM, uid with which .11 wear can be
aaiily taken up at any time." The in-
v.ntlon ia described at length and il-
lutrated in th. um. paper.
W. Notrun Bd., Q. O. M. P.P.,
Motived word from the government
•Mterday to the effect thst plans for
tb. n.w oourt boos, at Weitmimter
in bring prepend and tendon for ita
construction will be called for in a
fiwwsekl. Building operation, will
be commenced early next acuon. How
about our new civio building.?
Th. Chicago Cirrraif, after running
for about fire yean, hai auccumbed to
financial embarrassments and been ab
•orbed by Ihe adme-ica, a year-old ma.
SI. of limilir style. The Currenf
n itt career ai Independent in
ica and gained an enviable standing u a literary magazine, but lately
deteriorated somewhat by becoming a
Ropublloan organ.
Itiir.portsdthattheSalvationArmy
hu raiud tbe wig! in Nanaimo and
retreated to Victoria, leaving old
cloven hoof in nndiiputod poueiilon
of the field. The retreat, it is underlined*, wu executed without the lou
of atotN, ammunition or anything but
a littl. wind. If 111* report It true,
toil li probably tlie first cue in whioh
. th. S. A. hu either inrrenderod nr retreated from th. enemy. —Times.
OlviHollow»y'.Corn Cute.trial. It
i**tov*d ten oora. from one pair of feet
J. "Wfthoatpaln.   What It hu done once it
^?_&_*___k_±_______  ■
^tyMMl!*1^
fr.ulkeN.Hh.
The iteamer Sardonyx, Capt.Myen,
arrived from Skeena river nnd way
porta with a cargo of 11,768 wises of
canned salmon from the following canneries; Riven Inlet, 3,676 cases; Inverness, 1.600 cues; Aberdeen, 2,103
onset; Balmoral, 820 caies, Cunning-
ham'i 3,754 eaaei. Of theie 8,966 will
be ihipped on board the Norcrou at
Esquimalt. Th. Sardonyx made tho
round trip in eight dayi. She wai at
Eiquimalt yeiterday discharging. —
Colonist,
rremlkeMnaaltk.
Mr, I*. MoTiernan, Indian agent,
returned yeiterday from the Squamlah
where imall-pox wu reported to have
broken out. He report! that there are
twocueaot imall-pox there among
Indiana who were employed picking
hopi in Washington Territory for some
weeki, The diioase broke out on their
return heme. The locality has been
strictly quarantined and no communication will be allowed with it till
spring. A medical adviser will be
lent to take care of the catcs and the
Sovermnent will ice that the  sufferers
o not want for proper food nnd clothing.
aim ...Iter Saw mil.
Mr. J.' Curtis .gentleman representing one of the largeit lumbering companies in northern Michigan is in the
city. His vint to Britiih Oolumbia il
to learn the land and timber regulation! with a view to acquiring large
limits and erecting lawmills. As a
aite convenient for building ho considers Weitmimter almoit perfection,
and, if he ii successful in his arrangement! here and hii company decide! to
build, the mill will be located closo to
thii city. After lecuring the information he ia in search ot Mr. Curtia returns to Michigan to report, and, if
satisfactory, the erection of the mill
will be immediately decided on.
 . . .	
O.tarl. Fishermen.   .
Two Lake Ontario fishermen arrived
in this oity on Monday and intend entering into the fishing business on an
extensive scale, somewhere on the
northern const. Col. McGregor and
Mr. Bui., of the fisheries department,
furnished them with much valuable information u tosuitable fishing grounds,
and they will investigate the locations
as toon as their preparations are completed. The fiahcrmen aro now building a smack at Browniville which will
be suitable for cruising in search of
cod and halibut banks. Fiih drying
and aalting will be their principal business to commence with but they will
extend operations u aoon ai circumstances will permit.
...
The CMlbM fly.
The Sardonyx bring the newa that
the .trended Cariboo Fly occupiea
about the ume poiition on tbe rocki
u at fint, and there ia good reuon to
expeot that ihe will be floated at extreme high tide with tho astiitance of
a tug. Ber cargo of 3,200 eases of
ulmon hu all been taken out of her
hold and stored on the buch. Beyond
a neceuity for re-lacquering, re-labeling and re-boxing, the ialmon hat tut-
tainedno damage. The tug Falcon
and schooner Anel were patted in Seymour narrow!, on tho way to tho acena
of the wreck. The ialmon will be
brought down by them, and it ia alio
thought the Fly will likewise be of
the party, u ihe hai not iprung a leak.
—Colonist.
 ; . . .	
At Ike Hoi Spring..
Following are the arrival! at St.
Alice Hotel for lut week:—A Hea-
thorn, Wm Dalby, Mn Storey, Miu
Storey, H A Silly, Viotoria; Thoa
Kidd and wife, Lulu Iiland; Oscar
Saderberg, IUeeilliwaet; H Lander-
ken and wife, Winnipeg; Mn Mun-
dorf, Miu Mundorf, Aihcroft; M J
Hall wife, Geo K Hall, Mill B Hall,
San Francitco; Jat Uunn and wife,
H Todd, Seattle; St Clair Blackett,
Langley; Edward Trethewey, Minion;
J Hemani, D Macdonald, J B Sparrow, W McOuir, J Cargill, W A Foi-
ter, John Lamb, Vancouver; S P Oregon, Clinton; Choi Pennie and wife,
Pemberton; S J Thompson, Weitiniii-
iter, W S Dalloy, Max Mowat, Weitmimter; David Moore, St Paul, Saul
W English.
— «. —
AMntmyttny.
The ttr. Prineeu Louiie arrived
from Viotoria thia morning ahortly
after 10 o'olock. She left Victoria
at noon yeiterday, having been detained by the gale whioh blew very
fiercely up till that time. All went
well until the iteamer left Plumper a
Pan, and itarted scroti the gulf. It
wu then found that both wind and
water were too high to admit of the
ateamer making th. Fruer beforo
dark, and th. captain decided to turn
baok .nd remain in tha pan all night.
Paiiengen who have crowed the gulf
quite often declare they have never
uw a more tempettuoiit diy than yeiterdiy on that body of' water. The
water ran extremely high and the gale
fairly howled in its neroeneti. No
casualties have been reported.
A Heroic Woman'. Dealli.
Dr, Bentley, provincial health officer, received a deapatch thia morning
from Dr. D. McLean, physician in
charge of the imall-pox patienti at
Walworths, announoing the death of
Mn. Van Luven from small pox. She
died on Monday evening and waa
buried yeiterday morning. It will be
remembered that thii heroic woman
left her own family of young children
to nunc her neighbor!, the Walworthi,
whon it wai announced that imall-pox
hid broken out among them. Night
and day, almoit incetiantly, ihe labored cheerfully with thorn fur weakt, but
at luit tho constant strain began to tell
un her weak system and she finally
succumbed tn tho dread disease in it.
most tiislign-int form, Tho deceased
wul 34 years of ago mul lriivt-s a huiband and several young ohildren to
mourn hor Ion The berravod family
have iho most sincere sympathy of the
whole community in th. lou they hive
luitained by the death of thlrnebj.'^
woman.
A SUCCESSFUL MBB*"I*MI.
To Farm . New Fire c«pa.v....naeli
Enlhuium DUpliyed.—The Hyaeki
still Uve.—Ofieer. Elected,
At the invitation of the chairman of
the fire committee about 100 citizen!
assembled in the Hyack Hall tut night
to re-organlu, th. Hyaok Fir. Op,,
made neoesury by the reiignation of
that body u an active branch of the
brigade. Hii wonhip Mayor Dickin-
lon wai cilled to the chair and Col.
McGregor wai mado aeoretaiy of the
meeting.
Mayor Dickinson in a few words explained the cause of the meeting and
aiked the citizens to join together and
form a new company.
Mr. J. 0. Armstrong said it wu
rumored the Hyaoki had resigned, but
it wu only a rumor and he wanted to
know the truth ol it. If it wai true,
tho Hyaeki hid ipiked their gum before resigning by writing to the insurance companies a letter mott damaging to the intereit! of the city.
Several genlleihen gave their viewi
on the matter and aiked a number of
queitioni whioh Chief Engineer Cor
bett wai called to explain.
Chief Oorbett uid lie had lent the
reuon for the Hyaeki reugning to the
council. The company had many
grievances and he believed it had been
at loggerhead! with the counoil for
three yean. It wu uid the company
bad received muoh financial aisiitance
from the oity, but luch wu not the
cue, it had only received $26 in three
yean. He wanted to lee a new company formed, and he would do hii belt
with it for the protection of property.
By request the mayor read the letter lent by the Hyaoki to the insurance
companies, Hii wonhip laid the
Hyaeki hid been paid 1700 for certain
rights they claimod to the hall, (1,100
had been ipent in hose and other
amounts were expended bringing the
total aum a little aver 12,600. The
whole dissatisfaction arose from the
inability of the counoil to build a num.
ber of roomi for the memben to ileep
in. The reuon for not granting thii
request wai that the city would come
under.the new charter at the fint of
the yeir and they (the council) thought
it only fair that the new council ihould
atart with a clean iheet and free from
debt. The present board had entered
on ita duties with a debt of (6,000 left
over from lait yeir and it had taken
every dollar of the revenue lo meet ei-
{lenses and improvements u abso-
utely neceuary. Hit wonhip felt
certain the next council would act
most liberally towardi the Hyaoki.
D. S Ourtit uid he had not been
invited to the meeting and wiihed to
know the reuon. Tho whole thing
ttruck him ll a holein-thocorner
meeting. If the council had uted the
Hyaoka u tbey had many of the citizens it wu no wonder they reiigned.
Mr. Herring explained that only 100
poat oardi had been printed and consequently only 100 invitations had been
sent out.
Mayor Dickinson uked the meeting
to come to buiineu at once.
Mr. Curtii uconded by Mr. Ovens
moved that a new company be formed,
Carried.
Capt. Scoullar luggetted that thow
who wanted to join ahould put down
their namet and afterward! elect their
own officer!.
Mr. Geo. Grant uid the hyacka had
only resigned the engine, apparatus
etc; they were itill memben of the
.company.
His HorahiPT-'Willing Ip? die but
not to surrender.    (Laughter).
J. C. Armstrong—"Oh, I lee, itwu
the engine that reiigned."
The mayor then called for volunteon
for the new cumpany and in a few
minutei 48 memben had been en.
rolled.
Mr. J. 8. Olute, Sr., aeconded by
Chief Oorbett, moved that the public
meeting adjourn and that th. new
Hyaoka remain and elect their ofllcen.
Thtt wu uted upon and the reiult
of the election wniaifollowi: Captain,
J. 0. Armitrong; lit Lieut., Jos. Henley; 2nd Lieut., Jos. Wiie; lit Branch-
man, Geo. Scoullar; 2nd ditto, W. E.
Dickinson; 3rd ditto, Neil McColl; 4th
ditto, O. Hamber; Treas., J. S. Olute,
Sr.; Seo'y., J. S. Olute, Jr.; Aut
Mechanical Engineer, G. W. Jonei;
Stoker, Wm. Johnson.
The secretary wu instructed to uk
for the books, fundi, etc., in posteition
of the retiring officers.
After thort ipeechet by Oapt. Arm.
itrong and Mr. J. 8. Olute, Sr., th.
meeting adjourned.
Pergonal.
E. L Kirkland went over to Vancouver to-day.
C. R. T. Garrloeh relumed to Vancouver thit afternoon.
T, S. Higginton, crown timber
agent, hu returned to the city.
Rev. Father Fay, ol Vancouver,
waa tn the city for a few houn to-day,
J. C. McLagan, the enterprising
manager of the Fancouwr World, met
In the oity to-day and gave ui a call.
F. 0. Gamble, reiident government
engineer at Victoria, who wu in the
city yeiterday, left for Vancouver this
morning.
late Canadian News.
Kinoston, Oct. 10.—fly-laws, granting (160,000 to the Smith'! Fall! &
King-ton railway, and (76,000 for connection with the Napanee & Tamworth
railway, will bo lubmitted to the people shortly.
Toronto, Oct. 19.—Wm. T. Harding
and Frank Stevenion, Kilralni representatives, are in town. It haa leaked
out thit the unknown who is to fight
Kilrsin la Dominick McCaffrey, and
another meeting will be held before
long, probably in Toronto, whon some
agreement may be reached,
Toronto, Oot, 22.—Th. fint death
from imilt-pox occurred on Saturday,
a young man named Woodi being the
victim,
The mother of Hon. Wm. McDougall died yeiterday, aged 84,
Ottawa, Oot, 22.—General Laurie
waa re-elected for Shelburne to-day by
thirty-three majority despite Premier
Fielding'! personal house to house canvas against him.
In the tupreme court, to-day, argument in the Britiih Oolumbi. tppul
\    *-£it_l_m~mmt
m
m
phir Robinson. X Bodwell, Jr., ap
peart with him. 8. H. Blake ia for the
respondent. The cue will probably
occupy tha whole of to-morrowi sitting.
The Canadian Pacific and Red River
people cannot agree on a cau for the
lupreme court ri right of the latter
company to orou tha track, of the former, and the department of juitice will
■tat. th. cue for them.
It ii reported that the governor-'
general will be adviied not to interfere
in the untence againit W. R. Menzici,
Wltnnno,' Oct. 23.-No attempt
wai mad. by the Red River Valley
Railway tracklayer! to crott the Canadian Pacifio. Yeiterday argument on
the injunction restraining the crossing
took place and a deoition ii expected
today. The action of the Canadian
Pacific Railway Co. is causing interne
indignation throughout Manitoba. It
wai italed on the ilreeti yeiterday on
very good authority that yesterday
morning Lieut.-Gov. Sohultz notified
the government that if thoy committed any overt aot he would exerciio hii
prerogative and dismiss them from
It is A kkuabkabus fact that Dr.
Thomu Eclectric OU is u good for internal u external use. For disease of the
lungs and throat, and for rheumatism,
neuralgia, orlok in the back, woundi ind
sores, ft ii the. belt known remedy, and
much trouble is uved by having it always on hutd. -
Jacob Loockman, Buffalo, uyi he hu
been using itior rheumatism. He had
inch a lame baok that he conld do nothing; but one bottle entirely cured him,
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fnnd.
For the purpoie of raising . fund to
contribute towardi the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be held in thla
oity, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
sums oppoiite their respective namci (to
be paid Into the association or to trustees compettnt to receive the ume, on
or before 6 monthi from the date of the
tut provincial exhibition, and to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and buildings in this city, for increasing
the amount offered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other wayt);
Tn. Cw.um.iak 1100 00
Snarpe A Paine, Lulu Island  10 00
L PTScksleln  10 00
Q D Brymner  10 00
R W Armstrong  10 00
F R Glover.  10 00
Next I
▼hta Buy wu llek, are g». ha Cutoria,
WhM St. wm • Child, .hi cried for Cutoria,
wasa it. Menu Kin, ah. clang to CMtotte,
WkutUhJCUlsw., .i-*,"**hitt fimnrl.
How it Works.—The mode of
operating of Burdock Blood Bitters is
that it works at one and the aame
time upon the Stomach, Liver, Bowels and Blood, to cleanse, regulate
and strengthen. Hence ill almost
universal value In chronic complaints,
FOR SALE.
A LOT OF NEW, CLEAN TIMOTHY
seed. Apply to
WM. H. LADNER,
dwooPUml Ladner't Landing.
•J5TOTIOE
N' _,. -	
lug application to the Chief Commission'
of I*anf
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  THAT
Hlxty days after date I Intend mak*
 Jinds and Works to purchase twelve
(12) acres, more or less, of pastoral land,
described as follows; Being asmall Island
off Shelter Point, on Southeast side of the
entrance to Gillies Bay, Texada Island.
New Westminster District.
ARCHIBALD DICK.
October Mih, 1883. doc24m2
NOTICE.
1 MEETING OF HYAOK FIRE CO.,
A No. 1, will be held ln the SKATING
RINK on
Thursday. 85tli October,
Atlp. m. All member, an requested to
attend, u business ol Importance will be
brought before the meeting.
R. WINTEMUTE, Capt.,
J.McMURFHY,8r.,Sec
IN THK ESTATE OF
Donald McGregor
(DKCKASKI)   INTKSTATK.)
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
I the undersigned till noon on THURSDAY tha find day *r Ne rem ber, prox,
for the
I.W.Quaiiiiof Section 6, TowMiHir 16,
Consisting of 160 acres, about8 of which
an cleared and fenced. Then an about
140 Fruit Trees, moat of them tearing, and
then Is a road to river  aad railway.
There Is a man on die premises who will
shew Intending tenderers over the property.
No tender necessarily accepted.
W H, FALDING,
dwoo24t4 Administrator,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
2 APPRENTICES  TO  THE DRE8S-
maktng. Terms on application to
MISS MCDOUGALL,
dooDtc Colnmbla BU, New West.
TENDERS
|R THE CONSTRUCTION OF A DAM
with Sluices, aorou Beavir Oruk, In
"     — nockSlaUon,
iker ink,.I
"    ol
  W(.  _
stir, whin'plans and'spiclflcitioni ear.
F°L 	
Town.hip 14, oppo.lt. Warnock Station,
will be receivo"! until wet..        '
MURrapOK    MCLENNAN'S,
Ground., or BAND BROS,, Nn
.. _,   .,   thi
NewWeitmln.
be teen.
W.donotblndoanilvu to accept th.
lowett or any tender.
For the Committee,
New West., Oct. 10, Ml.
RANDB»d
New Westminster Southern Ry
NORTHERN TlRMINUft.
Tlf EBSR& W. J. WALKER A COMP»Y
1V1 have lots for sale ln the city from
$60 upwards.
Also, Immediately adjoining the Oity
limits from 835 upwards; aud a few remaining lou at Sapperton at 8100 on Very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality,near the international boundary,
and along the line uf railway; and Acre
Lois at Brownsville ln first-clasB situations
at profitable rates.
Intending Investors an Invited to call
Immediately, befon prices aro advanced.
Tbe advertisers offer their services as
agents for the PURCHASERS of property,
and as suoh will give the fullest Information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any proposed Investment ln land, whether tn
their own hands tor ule, or otherwise.
Bank Buildings, Mary St., City.  dw7ato
Q-R1D-A.T
ClearingOut
SAIjB
—on	
STOVES
—Ann—
RANGES
IN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
arrangements in this Department of
tny Business, I have concluded to sell
out my present stock at and under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity is now given to per
sons in want of FIUST-CLABS STOVES
to get them at LESS THAN TORONTO
RETAIL PRICES.
'* 4ME& CUNNINGHAM.
New West., Oct. 10,1888.      doclOyl
NTS' AMD nUTlFS
Fall aid Inter
SUITS
— AND '
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, tto
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunks & Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER & HATTER,
Colombia St., Orr. Tei-boba™ Okkick
Sew Wetlmluter, I. t'.
dwMfte
IMMENSE SALE
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oot. 10th, 1888.
Ai we hav, decided to retire from the retail Dry Goodi buiineii thil teuton, wi
now place our entire itock on the market at
WHOLESALE PRIGlt.   NO RMIRVE.
;'.■' xrm—~T__zx_ia. _*.xr___ aa sold. -
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
<r As w. are known to carry on. of th. largeit and bait eimrted itooki lu the
Province, tt will not be necestary to enumerate. An early impeotion wtll opnvlnc.
the public that we mean miiiness, and that the itock must U closed out before the
end ol thii kuoo; therefore we have placed onr goodi at prion lower than have
ever been offered before ln this Province.
BBHBIIBBB-Th. atock mut be elaiid nt by Ut. and mt th. jr....
CALL EARLY WHILE THK A..OBTMIIWT 11 GOOD.
Terms- Under 1100, cashi over (100, scoured notet *t three monthi with intereit.
dWwi,,      MAAot-ic itWafrwflBt in., 'mi *w"'
!
-OF-
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
•' - y'
Beg to inform the people of New Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
DRY BOODSmCLOTHINB
At COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST~BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
dwoolSto
-t1'-. t__J____^__t_______\^J_____\j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC,
'•' '      BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line ol Spectacles ttt Eye-GlaSSCS in tteel, rubber, illver and golil
frame!,  The finett Pebbles made, *4 per pair) all sights raited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tli.
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologe!. In England, aad linco thm
managed the watoli-repairing departments of a few of the but firmi on the continent of America, li a sufficient guarantee ot 'good workmanship. Formerly maim.
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, HoutrcuP.
Charges Moderate,
Mohtmal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commtislonon, lays: "I never found a Watohmaker who did so
well for me ai you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to Jay."
dwapttte
|     J DRUQ8   F?j DRUQsT_jDRUGS^_J" DRUOS^tS
jkxua   aoivo   x*q-
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
L> R UGGI 8T
New Westminster, B. O.
.   '   . — j   ■-.,       TtStft, X-i gg ■ -"
|      J DROPS   F?, DHITG8^P J   PRUQS^^jw DIUJQ8^5£
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with ill the Doctor! in the City. Call en
ui any time and we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays for the ule of Medicine only:—Moesiko, 9 to 10.30 o'clock),
Aitsbnooh, 2 to 8; Evisiko, 8.30 to 8,30, _
jttJE__OXOJ-X_ HIA-Iili,
New We.iml.tler, ■. CH Xexl Clnlil ■•lei.
OUT THIB OUT AND PASTE IT UP. dwaulBuj
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
Has just Rkckivbd thi fouowiso Bbasm or
CHOICE FAMILY TEA.
Comet *f,a fine English breakfast! Golden State, a good family teas
Mandarin's Choice, an Extra; Kalsou M M, a really good artlolei TaJIna,
a nice buket tea; Maiden's Choice, Ib oanas Onr Delight, a good Japan
teai Fancy Pfjled Gunpowder, extra quality! Tasteful,, very fine green
teajandothitbiandi, which will be SOLD CHEAP.
••"•(lew Orocrrles arriving dally at CENTRAL GROCERY STORE,
Columbia atreet. dwool3to
■^;.wr ma *m*w *«
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DEUV-
erics of New Goods for the coming season.   Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NE\f
EST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored & Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades in Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
:■'■ Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts.
Waterproof* A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Furnishings. Clothing, Hats, Ties, fto.
W. * C. WOLFENDEN,

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