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YOfiOMBS
KEW WEBIllIlfSTER, R 0., THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1888.
NUMBER 87
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Room Hi    .'•:'■       Colonial Hotel.
orrte. Hoeu-10 to 4.  ''".'.' dieate
ft M, c. saows.
V" fiBHTiOT,
Rmks-B. s C, over think of Britiih Co-
Inmbl.. . '
Boum-Io. m. total p.m.  i dwJlyZIte
•cr
•Biuna a *uceu,
BARRISMPA
SUMOtrORS, BTO.
OfSoei. Ifuonle Buildings, New Weitmln-
•Ur, and Vahoonvsr, B. C.   . J»-ld«rtc'
m   O. TOWKLDT,      '
BARRISTER, SOUCITOR, 40.    '
■'.','   ,''■   Of tb. Province of Manllob..
i Aasirioss Block,
dtente New Weitmimter, B. C.
mC.ATKlS.09l,
BARRISTER, gOIalOlTOR, *«,  , ,
Orncn-Msionlo Building,
dwretoto New Wettmlntter, & 0.
m   B0SJ1AB BOL.B, «.<>.,
BARR1STBB>AT.LAW.
ban. Agent    ,  .   1.   .'Money to Low.
'Columbia 8L,
! teste New Wutmlniter, B, 0.
plOW * HAOLDBB,
AROHITBOTS.
Omoa-RoomB,
Over Bank of B.O.,
Columbia Street.
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a
w okufa-i '.      w
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AJtCHltlOtI
Orncs-Corner Mary .nd Clarkion Sts,
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ai-ALLAflDAlNB * BASSO*!,
':''.''yA*tcHiTEiiTi j; ; i.
Unu Bloek,      •      •      Baiting. St.
VAKt»tiVER,B.O.
■' ' tdiuS&to;,     .   li
T*^ILLIAMja.KlBS,   ;•'     •
ARCHITECT,
BTJILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER
Ontos-iNew Matonlo Block,     !
dwipUto Weatmlntter.
l3|fflV38 * *5WHM*>»t m
0IV1I, ENQ1NBEB, ,
' .'•■' i ''■ ,|   LANn'BUBVKTOB and fl '■' 0
DRAUGHTSMAN,
Oamoa-Newl-uonlo Block,
' dwmhf-t.       .'■   New-fettmlntter.
^bmmmktii^iC:
ACOOtriCTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
'■'■'     REAL ESTATE, INSORANOE add
""'"       GENERAL AGENTS.    '
'*, Bank BoJldlngt,NewWeitmlniler,B.O,
It 01m R**d,Hallfu, England.
dwmylfto       '■ , .,'.„;.
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AUCTflOMlBR AND APPRAISER,
miblsMant, 4....N.* 1ft.tmln.tw
«,•*"■*%•,.—#-• >;'
*.tfi "osHOiBoiii «rm teeitte prompt
.nd caretul atu.tlon,   But refennwt
Slv.a wktn reqnlred.    m       inhu-ui
PjipiMI     i"l     i-v-
R'
RAND BROS.
EIL BITAVB bbokbbs,
r.;, <>tmrti
•-,»
'Wt\Htttc^teetti
IM,
time, aMil^i,FortSIt,A,"M,
1 ITEW WESTMINSTER] Comer
earning o«0'-3ittm£:
»l. a" Clillllwb'ek,  Port  S.mmond'
•—— Mslsqul, Bumu, V—- "-— '-"
ling. Lola Islufd,
Langley, Matsuil, Bumu, Hud Bsy.'Ud'
 .._..__ ...... ...-i_y{ „orHj Arm
SS
ttnrte ud Pt.ni ethlblted .nd the full-
Mi l.f»rmaUo.ftrnjjji.du«llouro*le«i,
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Ltmd Agems & Surveyors.
« •' fim tutraaH. siiBWM tin
M      **rf Oood Seourltlei, atlSuonibio
Ratet of Intereit.        i
\ ,*«m.«(M*to^.
IBIlsiui
In:
Inllftnd .nd elaewhore, and h.ve ipecial
ImDHIW (or .rniollni >al«
Their charge, ire lower than any other
Jfrf
10 cut and i
p.J
OTlO*l. VJ  HEREBY GIVEN' avHAT
..▼'.na*. .pplled to the Bonorebl.
ailed to the Bonorebl.
Blt-rlpr for a lloenu
S,S___S-_l_"J-"l,V_tinih,f freiBthe
twenty miles from Harrison hot sprlnm
^m^eW\m_^
KiLS*1& -VJ*™ *-• *"*■ PM'. H. S. Mil:
«*a«*mr«iiA
HMtfilEsVaSiSlD^&ilft
H!"? oloommenoemont-eontalnlni Mo
•^ic^l,^
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
„Utw  _
Tar & Oakllmi'Twred and Plsin
 "jMr   "'
2S1&
Agrlcultnral Impleaaents,
«T Special attention fii.n to orden by iktll.
Idlngt Pulnts ti Oils
 nte ready to met Grind
tl Brashes for all purpoui;'
and .general uiortment of
dwjly3to
T.:m
T__Z_0F__» -SC CO.,     .
Coir™ bu Sis.it, Niw Wistm-kithi,
". 'iiV.   vrtjHAV»*%ST KECEIVE$^^ ANOTpR ll%t>i'
BOiQfS&SMOtS
:  AND INVITE ALL THOSE WHO DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE
TO CALL' AND INSPECT OUR STOCK. . '
GRANT & MACLURE.
dwJeBta
BIG CLEARING SALE
. nnr?*i—   i'
Now Boots and Shoes
imrmBtil
A, B. WINTEMUTE'S,
for the Next 30 Days, at Cost.
GLQBI HOUSE
New Goods.  Nowlooife
DIRECT FROM THE BRITISH MARKETS,       -
m*
Absolutely Pure.
Tbls powdor never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomenesB. More
•oouomlcal than tbe ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition wltbihe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold onlyln cans,
RoyalBakpiq Powder Oo.jir^"~,s "*
New Yor*.
all St.,
Tug for Sale!
rG BOAT 70 FEET; COMPOUND MA*
chlncry, by Ennteni makers.
M°E98B.s. BEW1CKE A WULFFSOHN,
djaetc Vancouver,; D.O. ■
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING 6M AORES
A Prairie Land, 5 miles from Port
Moody, 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road.
Oau be purchased with or without stook.
Term, easy.—Apply.to _r ^jgj
[elilowaj
Fancy and Plain Dress Goode—VERY CHEAP.
Cashmeres, in all shades;
Ladies' Dolhians, Coats and Jereeys—Newest Styles.'
Piushes-i-Piain'and Fancy...'...,,
Satins—Plain, Striped anld Brooche. L11
Ladies! Waterproofs-a iiige Valietyi Netvest Shapes,  j ',,
*3V0 All rklllliral Prlceslto Bolt tie Www.   9 '■■'.
useistc MRS. Win. RAE,
\l   ,10 .   -.ii ..u- .
iiiip..',i     .■*i***iriii nil bunria
! teriJOYitsiiB woJpbb salsS ^
•at ,n
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CHOICE   LAND!
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'•'.li'-
WE Ap WW \<mM$W$ FORSALE
*T    the^Mii*ated
MATHERS PROPERTY
'IWfi IT'/1 hii s
Consisting of 529^ acres excellent farmlm*;
land, situated) on the;ErUiB^'River, ;nefer
Langley, abound 25 miles fi-ow Westminster,
in blocks to suit:pnirehasers'ir6iv'':^0'^
ahd upwards, at prices varying according
to .quality .todipcatf&fy
of payment. , : >
Bteamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately acrofes the' river. 1a.,
.w^A competent mania now on the "ground
to show intending purohaseM the property
Bound trip tickets lYom Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
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rto
aul6t
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6HANN0N A HA£l
uvet.
Land for Sale.
QECTION 25 (CONTAINING 100 ACRES,
_j more or less), Block 5 North, Range
Two West, Township No. 88, Kango West
p( Coast "Meridian, New Westminster Dls-
it'-'- -'-   -' ■*" —"
tenee. House, Burn, Woodshed; 2 good
wells flnt-olaaa water. A young Orchard,
consisting of dOvnrictles of fruit trees from
• lo 4 years old; 6 tons of good Timothy
Hay und one toil of Oats lu tho bam. -.
Tenders for thP'abdVewill boroceived
by the undersigned up to noon of Wednesday, 81sl Inst. TKKMH-liiilf cash; hai*
anco in one year, betirliig lulorest ut 8 per
liif,.- We; do not bind our-
cent. per aunnii
selves to accept atiy tender.   ...
MuMiOtB1/ lis I   ■'■■-^FtJrBxeeu
WANTE8 KMMEDIATELy.
2APPRENIICES ,10   THB DRUB
,    niakloi.  afSPI! on appUMIIon to
docOto
MISS MCDOUGALL,
.,    Columbia-St., New West.
MRS. E. J. MILLER
•tt-ILL RESUMB OJ^ASSSS IN PAIN1S
« 1n», Drawing and Dteor.tlve Work
ln all branches, at Rooms at Mns, stih-
nvs, Oolumbla it,, uuardar. October!,
Hours from 0 to 12 a. ra, and-1 to 4 p. m. =,
PRICES OP ROUGH LUM-
ber have' been established
on the basis of $n per thousand feet. A detailed price list
will bo sent oh application.     ,
ROYALCITY PLANINaMILLSOO.,
,   ILImltodJ.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL GO. [Ld.]
dwsol6ml
■■" VaW66uv#r city
Foundry? MachineWorks
mHIS PROPRIETORS OP ....
JL: worki hnvo ninoh pleaaiuo In notify-
mithelr frlind.am«5iopublic that they
ire How prtpared ir! Isoolveapd promptly
ejecutoiinyordorsforwnrllln tholr line
with whloh.tliey mny be favored.
A. McKELYIE,
.   ..,' -- Heohnnlcal Manager.
Vancouver, RO., 8th May, 1889.
        dwmylglc .
MAJOR & PEARSON
Kcnl Estate Brokers nml
'■ Plnnnclnl AgentN.
ACJKNTH FOR
Oonfetleration Llfb A.sst,olatlonof
Toronto.1 '*->';
Moral and Laiwaslili-e Fire Imur-
,";   a*«M L-aapsales, ■    .. > ,.
nisValliable Lots for salo In the City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots lu (ho City of Vancouver, -   -
Persons wishing to buy or soil city or
ru)*al property should communicate with
nn.       ^      '
Oftlcos- Iliink of HO. building, opposite
posLofDce, Westminster,and llnsMiigsRt.,
Vancouver, . ilwaplOte
 ,r'l;",   r.,ili;:J:.
Wi'.'
iailj) ^ritwh Columbian
TtiniUr Evuubi, oil. II, IMS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
OOLUMBIA  STREET   ,.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
\ 'fpi^'HA^Wlilitietor
P.RAITB BEOS TO INFORS1, THE
, !iP«bll« that he has bouBhttbe Interest nt Mrs. Ronson, avlio Is retlrlnv from
hotel tnislneHS, Tliivlna thoroughly refitted nnd furnished tlio House, Hie I ravelling public a:nl residents of New Westminster Willi find huh one ot ilie must
comfortable nnd convenient hotels, con-
,ducted on. tomperanco principles; tltn-
'.ted'IntSl) wislness portion at the city
and commanding a bountiful view of tho
Fr»Mr rlvir. dwoelte
The act of dying, it is now ascertained, is absolutely free from luSer-
ing; ia really uncomcious insensibility preceding it. Any anguish
that may attend mortal illness ceasea
before the clow, us thousands wbo
have recovired, after hope hai been
surrendered, hare borne witness.
Sudden and violent death, allocking
to the lenies, may not be, probably
is not, painful to the victim, Hanging, drowning, freeling, shooting,
l^irfci-M Iwigst, peJiooing of
many kind., beget Stupor 6r:numb-
ness of the nerves, which ia incom-
patjible,-wi^h, ^iensation. .jerions
who IWve met with iiich accidents,
and survived them, testify to this.
Records to the effect are numberless.
A North Etuton, Mass., dispatch
to the New York Herald, September 27th, says: Professor James K.
Allen, who mado a balloon aioinaipn
from the fair groundi at Providence
thia afternoon, accompanied by Mr.
and Xri\ Edward T. Davis, who
were married in the basket juit before the ascension wai made, landed
in a cedar - swamp at Eaiton thii
evening about six o'olook. The
balloon dragged across the swamp
for nearly two miles, the i party being obliged to ding to the ropes
above the basket to keep out of the
water. They were finally rescued
by the drag rope being caught and
made fait to a tree. Mr. and Mra.
Davis will proceed on their bridal
trip by rail while Mr. Allen will
make another ascenrion in' the
morning. ' ■'•• ■■'''
We are glad to lee that thepeo-
ple of Westminster ate already beginning lo consider the plana whereby they oan make the next meeting
of the Britiih Oolumbia Agricultur-
ia the Fight course to purtue and
One wjhioli Vill undoubtedly ] ■ attain
the object in view. We nave already commented on the bad management which hu been connected
with these exhibitions in the put,
and which hu resulted in the dio
plays of the annual .meetings being
far below what they ihould have
been and also what the reaourcea of
.the Province would have made them
had proper energy been uied in enlisting the intereit and lympathiei
of the whole country. We meat,
alio commend the action of our co-
temporary Tbe Colombian, in heading a lubscriptiou lilt, towards a
fund for putting the ground, in suitable condition for the meeting, with
the handtome aum of $100. "Money
talks," and our cotemporary in showing iti own earnestness and sincerity
In the Blatter bu ut in example of
publio-epirltodiieii' which we detire
on our part to recogniie.—rancouvn'
Newt. -Th-nkr."'     |jW"t*iI I
' The follow'ing paragraph, clipped
from an English magaiine, wpuid
make it appear that some points in
our western civilization are, after
all; tolerably close copies of the way*
of the old world: Sir John Malcolm,
inhii "Hiitory of Persia," makes
mention of the appalling latitude of
apeeoh enjoyed by the common pee.
pie. Stranger*, he tells ui, would
1* amazed to hear the meaneat fellow aiming imprecation! at hii better!, sometimes even at the king
himself. The moit outrageoui freedom pissed unheeded; "never receiving consequence," Sir John
ihrewdly observes, "from the nnwiie
interference, of power." A small
trader (a greengrocer, wo shall call
him) onme one day to the Governor ef Iipihan, vowing he wu unable
to pay a new tax that bid been imposed on the oity, "You, muat pay
it," waa the Governor'! curt reply,
"or leave Ispahan, do to Shirnz or
Keshan, if you like those towns
better." "What relief can I expect
at either place 1" asked the seller of
vegetables, " when your brpther is
master at Shiraz and your nephew
at Kashanf "You may jfo to the
court," said the forbearing Governor,
"and complain to the Slnili if I have
done injustice." "Your other brother is prime minister at court," the
taxpayer protested. '?TheH; go to
hell I" the governor exclaimed; P'and
vex me no more." "That holy innn,
your deceased father, may be there,?
wu the ungracious rejoinder, and it
produced nothing worse than the
smilei of those preient and a promise from the governor, that he would
inquire into the man'i grievance.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Mrs,, K. H,, iPirkiu, Cs»k Centre,
Warren Co., N. Y., wrllytli Sh. hai been
troubled with asthma fnr four years; had
to alt up.night after night with II, She
has taken two bottle! of Dr, Thomas'
Rcleotrii) Oil, anil li perfectly cured.
She itrongty recommends it, and wishes
to not is agent's among her neighbors.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCwtoria
A Pee.llar Ihullog Aeray.-Creal FlMd
.«« D.Mage I. mraeriyl. New
Bruiwlck.
TerrlhliB.UwiyAeelee.ti Miayllvct
Isill ■cnlUeM.tllali«...||«vy
ASvucI. Price .r Bread.
UIT KlfiHrS DISPATCIIKS.
A roMD roa THE TIMSS.
Losdon, Oct. 10-The conservative! are ssrioutly considering tlie quettion of railing a fund j to otsitt th.
Tims iu its case before , tho Parnell
cominiition, ind in defMiding the action brought againit it W Mr. Parnell
inth. Scotoh dburti. The advocate!
of thii plan base their cause upon th.
„r.«nal,l.«t it woili bo omioenlljr un-
fin toward tho Times to permit that
pap«r to bear iny further share ofth.
enormous coit, nioMtiry to fight whit
ii really • party battle, and thit, idea
ii being impressed upon the inonied
tories. It is expected that the contributions offered will greitly eicoed the
•umrejuind. It ii suggested that at
lent $20,000 ihould be raited and the
acf ion brought againit the rimes by
Mr. Campbell, M: P. for South Fermanagh, will very much stimulate the
tubicriptioni. The toriai regard Mr.
Oimpbell'i action ill proof thtt thi
P.mellite. are weakening, ind expect
thit when thit gentlemin ii called before the commiuion he will refute to
testify, on the ground thit what he
might my would prejudice hii indivi-
dualcue.
BirSEOK WIIUAU IK BASOBIt
Mukich, Oct., 10.- The Meuof.
iraenncaitn confirm! the itory publiihed a few days ago that the Wurtera-
burg and Swim anarchist, contemplnt
ed an attempt to linitinate the Ger
man emperor white miking hii
journey from Munich to Vienna The
■rwtwt pneaulioni wero taken after
the diioovery of the plot ind hii ma-
jeitv'i propoied route was almost entirely changed in consequence.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
THI IKJl'BID IN THE FALL.
QOlllOY,   111.,   Oct. Il.-Tllellt.lt
mull, of the fill of the grand itand
lut night givei 16 leverely injured ind
miny will die. Among them ia the
fion, AW. Weill, member of tli,
legislature. ..      '
,       TSBKIBLE FIBI,
' Bbookljn, Oct 11.—Thi. morning
• fire broke out oa the itr. Hoflt, lying
•t the Standard Oil Co.'i dook, loaded
with 46,000 barrel! of oil. The darnel
eitended to . ihed on the pier and
th.no. to lis bark K1U Vow, UoJ.,1
with 44,000 barrel! of ntptlia and
600 caiei of oil. All were completely
destroyed. Three firemen wen injured by th. .xploiion on the Hofii,
and one will die.- Lou $250,000.
..BAILWAY   SMASH-D-i. j
. Massilliom, O., Oot. 11.—A col.
liiion occurred thii morning on the
Cleveland, Lonine & Wheeling road,
near here, betwion in accommodaiion
.nd freight train. Thn. putcngeri
wire.uyn.ly injured. The engineer!
•nd firemen jumped snd etcaped.
Both engine! md leven out con were
wrecked. The cause wu the engineer
and conductor miitsking the new time
table which came into etnet on Mondiy.   I*"! $10,000.      V  .    ,i
AFTKOPBUTION PASSID. '   '
Wubuioton, Oct, 11.—In the senile to-diy the house bill, ippropriiting
$60,000 to any out the proviiioni of
the Chineie exolmion act,, wai pused.
<,J rATALITIM.' *"
Si. Johk, N.B., Oct. 11.—There
wen three fatalities in thi,, vicinity
ywtarday. Thoi. Wallace, a young
man under the influence of liquor, laid
down on the railroad track tnd wai
found with hii armt horribly mangled
ind other injuriei whioh will ciute Ml
death. i >Xi3
Geo. Golden, (10 yean old, fell on a
rotary law in Jordin & Stition'i mill
•ndwu almoit cut in two. Death wat
initantaneoiii.
An  18-yearold boy nimid Irviuo
wu drowned in Milfora river.
A11VAKOK in Basin.
Hoxtbxal, Oct. 11.—Bread hai
riiea two cents lince September, ind •
further rite of four cent! ii to bo mide
by the end of the week. The biken
claim they are now lining fifty cents
on a barrel of flour. Thar. U • great
demand for brown breid in come-
qeince. ■■''  ' . '
AN   AWrm, ACOIPKNT.
8liiaAtltdN.T,a.,'Oct U.-Tho news
hu reiclied here of a terrible railway
oitaitrophe on the Lehigh Valley Railroad in which 76' persons were killed
and a large number injured. Tlio tc-
oideiit look place lite last night mar
Mud Hirer atalioa. The, fnurth seo-
tiiin was itopped near the bridge at
Mud River, where there ia a high md
Hep embankment, when tbe following
sucti'iu, under a confuiion of iiriten,
cruahed into tbe rear of it. It precipitated tho centre train down Iho bunk
into the liver. 'The train wrecked wai
reluming from the Father Mathow clo-
bntion with a rlelegition from here.
AH twMengen in the rear can were
killed, the lut two oan beiug tele,
.coped and th. pasiengon either
cruetied to death or preited againit
the boiler and burned io death. The
none beggan detcription and pissen-
gen tell talel too horrible to believe.
Several patiengen on the reir platform who mw the train approaching at
a high rate of ipeed jumped and etcaped. The engine plunged ner full length
into the crowded car, driving the rear
cw through two thirdi of tt! length
and the eeoond into Ihe third. As
the steam and sinoko cleand from the
can ghaitly light! wore revelled.
Timbers were crushed snd wrenched
into ill sorta of ihipei whilo In ever-
put hung mingled bodiei and llmbi,
and a few unmugled bodiei burned
or scalded by the steam. Little remained in the can reiembliug humanity. A few light tools on the train
were called into requisition snd thi
windowi of the can imuhed. Brave
men entered and relisted thi .nun*
gled. In one or wu found Jso.
Lynch hinging from the roof by one
leg, and after houn of work h. wu
other could not be freed .nd . blow of
an axe levered it from th* body. She
uw the blow itruok ind never flinched
and taking her gold w.toh she handed
it to an acquaintance u . gift to a
friend at home. She wii put on board
the relief train and while convening
cheerfully with frUiadV.urldtnlj gup-
edlndlollliaokaooa*,.*.''      **^r
■ /'' ;'.''-•* rictiUAit irrXlir. ■■   ■
KrAAia-oif,1 OoiJM;-fifl|id named
Whelau, of Oscar Lake, wis in compiny with hii cousin niln-d Wikon,
Wilton had a revolver, imd; ipptrntly
without roalici, uid he. would ihoot
Wilion. He pointed th.seinon.nd
fired, and th. bill entered, wilion'i
bieilt aeutheJuart. Both wont horn,
uid though Wilion wu ill he did not
tell what had happened for lorn. dayi.
Towsrdi th. clew of lut w«ek he unk
rapidly and die-., ~f map.1 ii being
The election in Fronteaao ii quietly
progreuiim.    So   «ne dosbti that
Smith will be elected. rt>. ,,
..        cAKsauiniriio....
Cbkaoo, Oot. 11.—Oan an bting
run under chug, of the polioe on Beg-
wick itreet, Fairfield avenue snd State
at linea. No attempt will b. mad. today to itart up „iny. other branohe..
The itriken and their lymptthiien
•till hang around deflmt and determined in attitete. The polio, isvidintly
frighUn. them. ., ■■.,,:.■:. a\
';.. BAVA9B8 Bt t-OObt.
St. Jobs, N.B.; Oct ll.-rsrg.
bodies of mtnwa repoiruf tbe wi4th-
out! on the New Briinswiok. railway.
It il hoped tb mak. oonneaition with
Miine to'-dsy. Brii
carried .way, mill pi
«nd timber loit. The rlvrf-Bt Joint
at Fraderiekton it within a few inch*,
of high spring frwheta. 8,0ao,000 ft
of logi, which had been jammed .t
Grand Falli, cimedqwn VMtirdiy with
• rush, but it ii exrotatijj-ju wul b.
late (-antdjtii ||wi.
ToBONTO.'Oct. 8.—Lut Wii W. H.
Hitchcock, butler in the itrvica of
Lieut.-Gov. Cambell, eloped with Alio.
Bryan, maid at the govemmwit houu.
Tt tuw wiv tumid oaafc that Jtll.li.aelr,
who seem, to be adeep-dytd scoundral,
wu tecretly married torn. tin. igo to
a Toronto wciety belle, having mduced
hertoucrifice hemlf to Kii inuniti
by false nprerentationi u to hit ncbl
statu and wealth." Hitchcock hu
been traced to Ohlcs-aT tnd irreited,
•nd Mn. Hitchoock hu eatered a tuit
fori divorce.    „,,:    -. .,   i
WlXKirso, Ort.- 8. m Greenway
thinki 2,000 retidenU of Ontario can
be induced ,to -e»"e.,)|e„'^toh|i.
next year, and if pcasihle he will id-
dreii a icriei of mj«tingi In that prov
ince during the coming winter.
The libel luit against th. Cell come*
up to-morrow. - All the Uadhtg publle
and railroad, awn me icmmonedu
sitnatMe.     ..:.,-.ji ,..:; ai ii
Ottawa, Oot. 8.—A nnm.ee of new
postal out of the litest al*>ign were
put on tho mail route lut Monday between Montnal and Vanooiiver and
Montreal and Toronto.     .
Tobohto, Oct. 8.—Th. congregation
of jarvli St. Bsptitt ohurch hit been
diicuiiing the quntibn u to whether
church property ihould p»y ft, proportion of municipal taxes, avnd they h»v.
decided at lut thit it uouM, It wm
held bytham thit churah uemption
il a form of itttoaid which, ihould not
be countemnoed by the Biplist de'
nomination.
MoiiiaKAi, Oct 8.—Th. littl. town
of L. Chut, hu bun thrown into the
wildest itate of eioitement o»« th.
elopement of i pretty and highly connected married lidy with a gat young
Adonii. The hutbind U fl-raoo. Kf-
forli are bting made to have the erring
wife return to her home. Alt the per<
tin to the inak in will kriottn both
her. and it L. Chute, aad as thii u-
count every endeavor ii biio. mid* to
ke« the mstter qui.-.,.ijf
heirdof thi run.w.y»w«t.
touth for the Und of th. Ire.. It ii
•aid that tU huinshdfivtWIngto
tako hi, wife ono. more to Hi hurt. '
TonoNTO, Oot, 8.— Aiwfhei cue of
imall-pox wu found yiitetday on
George itreel, oppoiito to: fhh public
ichool.   There ,ri, now: ffij "    ''
Jtiinti in
•ince fh.
the hotpital, all develi
14th of lut month,
Qoebeo, (Set. 8.-4 _,..-,  	
Chronicle over the tignitui. of tee
Hon. D. A. Bom, attorney for ft. legal hein, teem, to remove all ddubt u
lo the Ute Senitor BouhitiBf died
intestate.. On 30th Novwnberletter,
of icrificitioni an to b. appMed for
to Iho tuperior court, 4eol»rtng wh.t
nenom shall then hive boon proved to
be tioirt and to whit, ptoportiona.
Yeiterday morning at Chtlmer't
ohurch, an interetting and feiHfig reference wu made by the*ut<ir*to th.
deceaied unitor. 'i i : ' ina
.    -—I '♦'■«, »P.,il   l.i-j;;
What Toronto'! wJl-ka»wn Oeed Sa.
mirltan uysi "I hivi tsen trlnbl*d
with' Dj.pep.la and tiv,r Complatat for
over 20 year., and have. MM main rem-
odiet, lut never found u aieUfcthat
hu done me at much good -ft Northrop
It Lyman's Vegetable DUcoviry ana
Uyipoptlo Curc.'r   Claka K. Poitaa.
Job printing of all kindi aastly dou
it the 0oLOTt»u» offlot. ipph
found u lowu U UT otka* Me.la
th. provlnoe.—di"i,
-."'oun.ijioi...
MW  BVE'
ji(   iHf-ir.orini'i   DAIubtf^lUGfl
, j WH WHOM] -o opicffko w*' b*
>< gailB f ritish Columbian
tkandar fvulM. met. II. nss.
iare plejed to ess the JEn-
[ ITif'Ms*,''which ill anrf aWriys
I been an independent aaid out-
■poker! journal, and conducted on
the higheit lines, receive such a
tribute u the following, from the
Toronto Empire, the leading Oon-
,i*W**Bj4i»g>arter of Canada: "We
ere well aware that the manner in
avhleh the Witness is conducted
wits seitaW ef the political parties.
Today Its edrtariaht may sting one
tiartgri tomorrow they may lacerate
the other. But aU muat agree in
holding that it is not a paper to be
belheder bought; and it ia well that
the publio generally should understand that whether its views re-
•pecting political candidates are
right or wrong, they are the opinions
of the journal itself ahd are not dictated to it by any political party,
It ia because the Witness can not be
oontrolled by any Liberal clique in
Montreal or Toronto, that the extreme partisans of Lnurier and
Mercier are so very angry. We
are confident that Montreal Conservatives would not attempt to influence the Witnett one way or the
other, and would fail if they did at-
temptit, The present rage against
the Witnett manifested in certain
Liberal circles seems to indicate
. that liberal attemps in this direction
.'wen'not successful; hence these
***»" ._[        ■    ■
There is truth and point in the
following from an American paper,
on the presidential campaign now in
progress, if it is taken from u novel
point of view. When will older
nations learn that "what seems to
the unaccustomed observer a source
of peril, is in truth the guarantee of national safety I": "In
any other country such widespread
excitement, such universal clamor
Hould be regarded as perilous to
, pnhlic peace. The police force would
i iuve to be increased; the army held
in instant readiness to repress revolt. Kings would sigh with appre-1
heniion as the sun went down; min-
. liten would wait with terror for the
morning'i record of the night's
atrocities. In no other land in all
the world, in no other nation of
which hiitory has lef t us a record,
could such interne and universal ex-
eitement prav.il without peril to
the pubKe isfety. But the peace of
the public ii undisturbed, like the
planet wljich, swings calmly on
throogl'the" meteoric belt that makes
our autumn nights resplendent with
unexpected gleams, so the nation
pursues iti usual course; business
iwingi along its accustomed orbit;
aoeiety pursues ita wonted amusements; the workshops resound with
. tiui bum et lshnr, mnd   tho   homo is
aglow with the light of prosperity.
Despite ell the clamor, peaco prevails throughout the land. Iii al)
that region where freedom has
trained her eons to tolerate nnd re-
l{WVfs»«trooght and free speech,
there will not in all tbeso months of
heat and clamor be ahint ot bloodshed
or an hour of terror, i Hardly a black
eye, a broken head, er a picked
fieket. can justly be put to the ao-
' count of. this excitement. It does
«ot*a*«nVinr,nor'.*|st*> nor peril.
Jt ia only the people pf the republic
■-■ (Woeuil^ng/each other in the exer-
■ oieeeftree theught end freeipeecb.
It is the unfolding of the great  se-
li teebaf lelf-government which a free
i ■ people teaches its oitizens by object.
'»iesWDJi which «etn, glaring > enough
to nations Who have not leiirned
that seu--government is founded on
self reitrawt, and that Jio people oan
be, accoouted free until they.can
wjtneM luch diipjays of conflicting
BnrpDU, not .only .with calmness
> Mtwith sincera approval. What
eeemi to the enaccuitomed observer
a lourco . of peril' ia in' truth the
guaranty ef our national safety.".
to Ottawa in termi that will not be
misunderstood. Let it be known
that Victoria will not submit to any
further indignity being heaped upon
her, and that if tke suggestion oon-
.tained in our correspondent's Mcs-
eogo is to be carried eut, then tlie
allegiance of Viotoria with a government and party that has betrayed
its interests no longer exists. We
have every reason to believe that
our correspondent is well informed
as to what is transpiring, and we
would strongly urge upon our citizens, if they desire to vindicate Victoria'! rights, .to aot^twd at once.".
The affair is hot "our funeral" exactly; but we may, perhaps, be permitted, to . expreu our sympathy
with our sister oity Of tbe island at
this laat indignity and loss which
threatens to fall upon her. Cheer
up, old boy—-or, old girl I—you've
got lots left yet. The Royal
Oity has come through far more
official slights, indignities, and bereavements than any that have yet
fallen upon her island neighbor.
From the old "Queensborough" days
nearly up to the present her history
has been one succession of official
alights and set-backs; but these np
parent evils have wrought out good
in  a  way—they have taught our
citizens   Self.ralianoa,     Anal     while
[.struggling against heavy odds we
have laid a solid foundation j for future prosperity, which has already
begun to bear fruit. Not being used
to be petted, we have learned to hew.
out our own fortune., Tlie consequence is, we are the most independent and progressive community
within ourselves of any in British
Columbia to-day. Victoria will
learn the same lesson.. Some good-
natured people on the mainland will
hardly be able to repress a smile, we
are afraid, at the remark of the Colonist, "We have, been ti loiig-suffer-
ing and patient people." . The
threat, too, tb turn Grit, if the
party in power "throws off" on Victoria, is a little after tbe sereo-coniio
style. As to the removal of "0"
Battery, we Suppose the. Canadian
"war office" will do as in their wisdom they may think . best,
and "kicking" will hardly be likely
to affect the issue.
ijrii •
.r  FoUowiagil what the Colonist hai
to uy with respect to the  proposed
. removal of "0" Battery  from  Victoria to Vancouver, reported by its
'   Ottawa   correipondent   yeiterday:
" It will be teen by reference to our
tslsgraphic columns that the militia
department are considering tho adit*! u^bulw'c*; removing;'C' Battery
"•, .lyjjiqpjv^
', ,1,;|^Y,'-*pi!e, on the part of the govern.
,i\ menthol been rumored  for some.
lo ..«.,|in»ilWl1bu»itiwas not  thought
ii..     p***iUe that the assurance of  Sir
.       Adolpbe Oaron; miniiter of militia,
i when here latt year that tbe battery
would be located in Victoria, would
be faliified; and the fact   that   the
"''}   lattery wei located hero, the site
* I    »t Knlayson Point purchased,  and
.'      senw of the building! erected  gave
; .;;, eelor to thi, belief.   But   it  would
Mstna. though faith were again   to
ta broken with Victoria.   It  was
•Mttaeugh that its San  Francisco
mill atrtiee wu di,Continued with-
("!   oot if* knowledge, that promises and
siKMriationi regarding the deep'
. .S**!****-**-*"** withdrawn, and
our long petitioned harbor improvements deliy-d, but there ii now the
poliibllil- that an establiihed ihsti-
tution li to be removed from among
;31$K  llf* have Veen a long-sufferm/?
ItAt isBBr patient people, and have up to
.     the preient mildly   remomtrated
through our members and the board
"trade-    Different  meuures are
rjieeesury,   Hal/ meuures aro
'**     it   Let a public meeting
at enoe, and • pottst made
The Proprietors of Parmelee's Pills are
constantly receiving letter! similar to
the following) which I explains itself.
Mr. John A. Beam, Waterloo, Ont,,
writes: "I never uted any medicine that
oan equal Parmelee's Pills for Dyspepsia or Liver and Kidney Complaint.,
Tho relief experienced after using them
waa wonderful." .As a safo-family medicine Parmelee'a Vegetable Pillt con be
given iu all cites requiring,! Cathartic;.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's.Castoria
rjAPTIST   CHURCH, Agnel Street,
D Boat of Mary Street.' Lord's Day
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Hub-bath
School andBlhle Class at 930 p. m. All
leal. Iroe; stranger, oordlally -Welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.-
Services at 11 a, m. aud 7 p. m, Sunday
School and Bible Class 2:30 j. in. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.30p.m. Seats
fresjitlrangers eoriiiaily Invited.   * .
QT. PAUL'S cuiittCH. John Street,
k5 Opposite Orange Hall. Itcv. Thomas
Haddon. Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. in. Thursday oven!ngs
at 7180 o'olook. Seats free; all are cordially luvited,, Sunday School at 2:30 p. hi.
W
O. T. U.-BEGULAH MEETING
every Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the W.C.T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas Ht.  Loyal Legion la Ihe same,
Since every Friday afternoon.  Mks. Jab.
UNNiNGHAsf.Prestdent; Miss DeBkck,
Secretary*.- ■ dau2ltc
&
ViVlON LODGE Sa, 0, A. P.
it, At IK.—The regular Oom*
mualc^tlons of, this Lodge are
.    .    . heldontbeflrstMondaylnoach
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23*tc Secretary.
Sacks! Sacks!
JUST ARRIVEP-5.000 SACKS and 6)00(1
more en route,  Farmers, send ln your
orders early, that I may know how many
to Import.
dwM2iml W. R. AUSTIN.
Executor's Notice.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A against tho Estate of the late John
H. Mclnnes must present same, properly
verlded, to the undersigned on or before
tlm 3lst Inst,, and all persons Indebted to
said Estate must pay forthwith.
T       * D. fl CURTIS,
For Executors.
Now Vest,, Oct. ft, 1688. doefitd
_yr_ei-v%r
Boot and Shoe
STORE.
IADIES, IF YOU WISH TO GET
i   reliable   goodi tt   low   figures,
read the following: —
I take muoh pleasure in announcing to
the public of New Wettmlntter that I
have opened out a large and well atsortv
ed stock of Mem'b, Womk'ii Ann Cutii.
dh.E"'s Boots, Show AxnSurrgui In all
qualities. These goodi were eiprcssly
manufactured for mo, by the celebrated
Amet, Holden Boot ind Shoe Co., of
Montreil, uid having purchased for cash
.nd intend selling for the saino, I im pre.
pared to dispose of theso goons at prices
which cannot but be satisfactory,' Come
and look it the. stock, compare prices thi
you will acknowledge I am able to give
you bargains.
WM. JOHlWfON,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
■   oolMlc1      .', *.':
A Creaking Hinge
Ib dry tod tut*M hnrd, until oil Ib applied,
after which it stoves easily. When the
joints, or hinge*, of the body are stiffened
and inflamed by Rheumatism, they can*
let be moved wlthoiit causing the most
escruciatingpaiii!-. Ayer's Sarefcparilla,
by its action on the blood, relieves this
condition, and restores tbo joints to good
Working order.
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla has effected, in our
city, many most, remarkable cures, in
canes which baffled the efforts of the
most experienced phyatoUns. Were it
necessary, I could rive the names of
mauy individuals who have been cured
by taking this inedicino. In my esse it
has worked wonders, relieving me of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with it for years. In
this, and all other diseases arising irom
impure blood, there is no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords such
relief as Ayer's Sarsaparilla.—B. H.
Lawrence, M. P., Baltimore, Md,
Ayer's Sarsnparilla cured me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would. It has eradicated evory trace of
disease from my system.—B. BT. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I was, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. The disease
afflicted mo grievously, in spite of all the
remedies I could find, until I commenced
using Aver's fiarsaporilla. I took several bottles of this preparation, and was
speedily restored to health. — J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
r..n.'«*l i.y r>r. .7. ciyerftCo., Lowell, Him.
Bold by »ll Druis»ti. ftlo.,1 i .li bottl,,, ti.
NOTICE.
N'
OTICE 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
lands, Bttuated In New Westminster District, B. C, on tbe southerly Bide of Harrison lake, and about twenty miles from
Harrison hot springs;
Commencing nt a, post planted.at the
south-west corner of Plot No. One [11 of
Martin & Son's application for the Harrison SaW Mills,- dated September 21th,
0888. post marked H.S.M11I* thence 160
chains north, 70 dog. west, to a post marked S. W. post, H. S. Mill; thenee 20 ohalns
north-east to a post marked N. W. post,
H. S. Mill: thenee east 103 chains to a post
marked N. E. post, H. S. Mill; thence 40
chains south to place of commencement
—containing about 300 acres,
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
- Jos. MARTIN A Son.
Dated October 8,1889. doolOml
Wv E. FALES,
PRACTICAL .UNDERTAKER.
KKbalNlng a SpetlaUr.
Dealer la Wooden and MetallC Burial Caskets* Funerals conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. .Satisfaction guaranteed In overy particular.
dwocitc : Columbia St. Kew Weit.
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
,T\TL, JORDAN'S HI8TOGENI.TIC SYS*
\J tern of Medicines cures paralysis.
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis. Catarrh, Erysipelas Bright?* Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and all dMronlo complaints, Pe-
Cholera infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints, line system
Ib simple. The mediolne rebuilds the diseased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
ments.Orgaiile Bodies uid so on. which are
normally prepared in the body bythe
glands, For sale by
dBauto M. DESBRI9AY.
TO SAWILLMEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co, Ld.
Peterborough* Ont.
Manu/Mturorsof   ,
SAWMILLENGIMSAJII) BOILERS
. Cang, Ciaoulai and Heavy Band Saw Mill*,
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F.G. Strickland I Co.
'WUWMBHTI AHO KCHAMCAL UOMEERS,
wamumm,
Thslr Sole Agents for this Province.
We are now building a special llneof
Machinery for this country, equal to any*
thing built on the American continent.
Before making any changes you will do
well to correspond with our agen
UllSilWlC
r agents.
WM. HAMILTON, Sr.
.    President,
in. OHiLD'S
An Infallible Remedy I
."I-had Piles very bad; .Treatment by
various doctors and nt Medical Institute
did me no good. Dr. Child's Pilo ointment cured me." . J.Kivn.
"I. had Piles fltteen years, A 82 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment has about cured
Tao,",; J. Rollrv,
(Mr. It, now reports that he Is completely cured).
•■'I had Piles over ten years. SutTcred
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's Pile ointment, which gave Immediate relief, and
I now consider myself cured,"
■■"■•T TOOH.Eck-StWLKY,
, Loco. Engineer.
"I bad Pile* about thirty years. Was
often laid up with them. Was under
treatment three months In hospital at nt.
Paul, but nothing did me muoh good till
I got Dr. Child's Pile Olntmont, wlijoh re*
ile**d ne instantly. Ono pot eured me
and two other men."
J. H. Crttiksmakks,
;_  tvs.„       Painter.
PH10E,   ONE   DOLLAR
',: 80LDBV—* ■     -
D. S. CURTIS UO.
WH.1EMLE « KTAIL DmiOOIITf,
New WMtminster, Brit. Col.
BON  MARAHE
■■•^jgF*-*!^****^*!-**1
|  AK ELEOANT «isO««M
Ladies'sChi'dren'sDolmanettes,
Ulsters tt Jackets,
At the ;
OF THE LATEST STiXB
uw mm_m^t\mmm__',__m'matf '
Ooiohiai ssxtrjoafc
 : i--r      -     -rIS
Dress-MakingI
Misses McDOUQALL
COLUMBU   STREET, ,
New Westminster, B. C,
Mr8.tlifaotIongnBrant.ed.      ilaplRto
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JBiVT-HNCS',
(LATP or-Ei-itj-toAWi>)
Corner of Church and Oolumbla Streets,
\       NKWWBSTMWSTER
■arSatlifactlon guaranteed.    dwfe7to
a^roTiCB--
\TOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN-THAT
ll we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
vis.:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south side of nnsurveyed channel at northwest corner of Lot 25, Valdez Island;
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; thence south
80 chains, thence east to ohalna, thenco
aouth 20 chains, thence east 29 chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence east 20
chains, thence south 20 chains, thence
east 60 ehalns, thenoe north 4Q chains;
thence west 40 chains, thenco morth 80
chains, theuce west 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, moro or less, to a post on
the shore of unsurveyed channel; thence
following the shore lino tn a westerly direction to point ot commencement, ami
ln nil 1400 acres^ more or less.
containing Ti
August 81st, 18S8.
i iwifuii,  iiu-ru ur ib-.!
LAIDLAW A CO,
' doc2ml
Contract Refuse
FAILING   TO   SECURE DI3FOSA1V
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth -• ^ Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMRNTS
to the Oitise-ts of
NEW    WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts.
t'\±
II
N. B.—A firit-clus tyfcholiterer om-
ployed.
douBio   P. PEEBLES.
c. E. WOODS
Ull lUIVIIDI.
A. C. GAMBLE,
UtTMV Plllllt
WoodipTrnffSDnUB
LAND SUHVEYOR8,
cliaie tbe following uescrtbeil lauds ln
count mmrlct, Province of British Colura-
lilai
No. l.-Coiiitnenelnl,' nt the N. B. corner
lot___ _,lung. 1 (Valdel Aland); tliena.
WnBitftriOl.-l.«n«.SiSlla I.,shore of
Hatftyn In|ll, those.northweslerly iiloni
Khsro.lln. nf Hoikyn Inlet nnd VlllaE*
bay to tbe fi. B. corner of Lot 34, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement'—containing about 80
acres.
No. 2.—The iraall Iiland lying at thi
head of Village bay, ValUot Linn*, w..
talnlng about one tl) acre.
Mew West., B. C, Sept. 10,189".
ROYAL OITY PLANINO MILLS CO,
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsoHm'2 C1IAKI.K8 IS. Woods.'
'I*
AND CONVEYANCEES.
•S-GKHZTTS TOB
FIRK—Tlie Western oM.raala.The XU
na, The City of London, snd The Bart-
lord. ;.
Uttm-ttbe New York Ull Irainrsice Co.
AOOID«»T-TIioTravollors'ofHartfll«
Land Surveying ln all Its liranohasic- i, »
curatelyanil promptly carried out,  W   )t
City and Snbnrb.n Land, for Sale.
We oan thow a complete list at iteiirable
looalltle*. !     ~Q |
Vu.Dalng Lands, improved md unlm-
proved,Ihrougliont the dlslrlct,
Mlnlsc and other Stook botlgllt and
■old.
Mon.}/ to Loan on Oral mortgage at
low rate.. 	
TEMtrnoNK Call No. 88.''
P. O. D.AWIB W.
WOODS, ICBNKR 4 (1AMBIR,
Omoi, buii'i luu,  •  Coioiuii Imir
H«W WEHTIiaWIK.
dmhlllc
eSC    OO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 Anil—
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property, ,kn
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact ill Buiineu relating to
Real Ettate,
—AaBNTS FOB  .jJJ
Losdoi AMBrssc«C.r*H>ritl*n.
Oonneetlnt Fire Iniirsue Co. or
Hsrlforl, . j
London snd Lsncsihlro lift Amr-
nice Co. './,
Csnton I.tursnte OUtt, Id. (MhImI
omoEgi
Columbia St., New West'r
4* Government St., Victoria I J
d-rsliyl I
Land Registry Ordmance, 1870
Fart (Oft Acret) of Lot No. 480, Group
II., in the District of New Wctinin-
iter, '.
WHEREAS IRE CBBTIFICATE OF
Title pi Iliac Slnelnlr Johnston to
the above lands has been lost or destroyed, ond appllcatloa hat been made for a
duplicate thereof;
' Notice ll therefor, hereby given that a
fresh Certificate will he Issued ln
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unlem
cause be shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof,
R. W. ABMSTBOITO.     '
liepnty Registrar.
Land .Registry Office,
New West., gfflh.Bept., 1888.    d'irami
I HAVE
1   toieil
fal Hotel,
NOTICE.
imnMoiCi.
■PARTIES INSURED IN THE ABQVt
JT Company, whose Premiums ars payablo at Eastern points, can have the place
of payment thereof ohanged to this oity,
free of charge, by applying to the under-
signed.
jmtMi4ki\ taken
djc28tc
las.-,
is,S
Agent.
a^IPFf
rt^RdrSWNfV,
WUABF STREET * VICTORIA.
>>AatisTjas,;:,^o»'^ t
Jorth British and Mercantile
insurance Uo. Tor Mainland.
; '   H.C. BEETON* CO.,    ';
36 Fintbury Circui,
London, E. C,
3^6*±TO*I3.''
^ElJYlttlVEN THAti'
North Briash and
Mercantile    »i
"E ■ ___
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
-—•*-> iiuyrffim^K  .»-•.
IVOTICK,
.....
tTIHE SALJtpF LOTS IN
J. tit. of Rope, at whu
given for .tn. 13th^ Bit., hi
I
E«DWN-
pones. nnUl^ftiberWeeri. **?     *■ popf|
H. & W. AIRMAN,
A*-ent Dominion Lands, B. C,
New Westminster, 4th Oct., 1888.
 dwocfito
Gr_B,J?_J_k.T
REOEiyED INtSRVTCTIONS
by Public Anctloa at the Colo*.
Satw«V, Oetoker 13th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK, P.M.
mHATVALC-^.BSOSBAlTO.Myri
A on Agnes itrslt weM,.nd known as
lolll,Block XXXIII,New 'Voltmlnsler
Oily. lbs laa<oll.alielolwilh good ilx*
room House, ttablliiK for four horses, an
excellent garden ot bearing	
excellent Harden o( bearing irnit Trees,
and a never falling miopia ot pure spring
water. Tenu,,iaU)eaib,lialuiooat8pcr
Mat. ., , -,       ,nli..J-i-.il .
rpHE S. W. QUARTER OF SECTION 80,
A Group 2,3'i ml In from N.w West-
_..„. ..L ^...-a„..- .
This Is ail excollont chance to'secure a
good ranch within easy reach of the city.
The growth liptlnolpally light aider, and
the soil Is of excellent quality. Terms, 28
per cent, cash, balance at 8 por cut.
mUAT VKRT.ELIGIBLB LOT ON AG-
A nes street, next the residence of Mr,
Phillips, and known as Lot 38, Victoria
 .___.... 1 "jns-Yeet,
" on this
,.' i.'e-
AfWAb* ISLAND.
A LSO THAT VERY DESIRABLE FRO-
lfl. pert, known as "Annacls Island."
This Island Is situate about threl^quarters
or. nttle below New Westminster city on
tlie Fraser River. It contains IDS aores, a
...—.-._     !^a-
mumserUMlMtbeol
 nt-trmmnlmit:kn aVn.ll,
and; nil
. _.K"  _.
minster, with liul fa mile frontage on the
Scott,Road_Jcadlng to. Ladners Landing.
Phillips, and known as Lot 38. VI,
great part of which Is prairie with a heavy
grvnrth orttrntor emu ad the outer edge of
iv»asTr«-*i ifofitalngi'ton sxcellent shelter
—*--  ■—1*9 « ehiinontlj* adapted for a
sinak nseoh.   foin-*t>r <be Inad has Wen
cuIttvattdVatcUtlsepon this Island that
the beet sugar Industry was established.
This property will be found'worthy tbo
attention 4tfcapital Isis* a*4n the hands of
competent -parties this Island could be
mvenlsntly cu* up Into small farms of
y» acres eafth(«si(l'wdiild bring Iti a
'••dsoniorotu-mterihs investment. And
■Ues .locating here would be within
easy reach of the city, and have tho ad*
vantages of a ready and constant market
for all (hey could produce.
Douglas feond. Terms, one-third cash,
balance ln three und six months, at 8 per
cent. Interest.
T. J. TRAPP,
ss28td J\      Auctioneer.
PublicNotice
1-rjHi ATTWITION .3P THF, PUBLIC
J-MlhafeWoSrcSed lo tho "Provincial
Health (small-pox) By-Laws, 1888," Issued
by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council,uuderauthorlty of llie"IIenlth
IrillnuiU'C, 1888."
Having   been    appointed   Provincial
Plosllh Ofaoerliir UTlflrlCU Iflkg south of
ntser. Elver, I iiorohyslv. notice that
the provisions of said By-Laws will be
strictly cn/orced, and all persona are required to-govern themselves accordingly.
R. I. BENTLEY, M. II..
Provincial Health Offlcer.
Set Wasti, Oet.1, U88. dortml
Fire Fond A Beiervei, u
•t Slit Deo., 1887,       ■      1,188,111
Berenne Fire Brtntb, t,-*t,***
f^Rates as Low as any other
reliaW«(**imBanjrdoing^usi.
>-(SS iji Britiih ColiimBlfl.
J. fl. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westmintter Oity ud
Diitrict. dje22to
"fcTQ'l^lOE
henryvTedmonds
NOTARY PUBLIC,
GONVEYANiER, HEAL ESTTJITE
j -Ann- ' |; i,
INSURANCE AGENT
BANK BUILDlNtHS
,,..,QO|.UifSl*lSTflpST,i;Jf:
NEW WE8TMINSTEB,  •  B.C.
Opp.Postofllceniidnextdoortothe , ■
j .■      Bank of Bfltbh Columbia.
PROPERTY fOft SALE
IN ALL PARTS OV THI
City and District of New
iO-j i  WMlrliln-rter,    i   -:f
- Iifot'iii-iflWiii aaeLni!
cif v »f ^cpuyi-R
AOINT FOR
1-ao euaaa llh I«i-rta«o»C«>, 80
Tke Katknalllrt AnirsMsCaO.,
Tiie)t«i-*UkVrrl-4j rtrt I-m**w«
.   8»tlet/f ,     ..tt,    i.tj-   \.:.
Wlo.n. Ueeled a. t«tl Bute .1
B.H...H. Bale..
ditWrt
IL.8J       HUGH NELSON.
BY-tUWS ISSUES BY HIS HONOUR
THE UEUIB1WT-G0VERN0B
IM COUNCIL,
Ui.na. VH.AOTiioniTror th. "Hialtii
-.-»-. -OMuirAiica, Btft"
riS HONOUR THE LIEUTBNANT-
| Gof.rnor.sl-.British Oolumbla, by
a wUtftho aaMce ot Ihe Executive
_ ainaiilStfcltlsb Oolumbla acting under
and by virtue of tbe provision! of tbe
"Health Ordinance, 188V," enact, as '
lows!—
1. Whenever .mall-pox Is present In any
locality without the boundaries, of any
■"    ■       IllVEroilnoIal Health 01*
(Ida totality shall at once
est to ibo Maoved to an
. itatalHospital, tant orsiher suitable
flace,pMause silk perjaato, be other-
■«lse MJielently ItolatoaVantrihall sea
that he I. properly oared for. and shall
tako proper measure! for the disinfection,
or, If neceuary, the destruction of all
clothing whioh may have been exposed to
the-contagion, and for tho disinfection
and  purification of every conveyance,
rail-car,"steamboat,"ratiway, vessel, carriage, « other vehicle which
 ;posod to the contagion.
SuohHa '—
for the'dtiTSlMUon
may havo
m
Hoaitb Offlce/shall bave, In his
i, full power to place ln another
•-nUllpeiionB who may hayi
to the contagion, and shaf
cause them to be suppi
sarles until the perfo        	
the disease shall have elapsed, and no
sarles until thejperlbd of incnbNtlon~6f
liuu   utnvswa  .mill   u«*<r   ciO|»CU,   «I1U
sueh person shall go, or be permitted to »^F
abroad, until he or she has given satisfactory proof of successful vaccination
within the preciMling seven.years, or shall
properly disinfected, If the isms bavel
been exposed to contagion. .
8, To assist the Health Officer, ho___
have full power to employ persons to be
nurses, sanitary policemen, andotheiwise
to aid in the prevention of the spread of
4. ILsball bo tho duty of every medloal
practitioner who shall  attend upon, of
advice,) ¥
' from sa
idlcal or ani^	
"~ from small
-_-r__ _n,_^ r **ter he shall
 idrfofclflijidorglvesusfc
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Officer, When a householder knows jhot:
a person within tbe house occupied by
o&gft a% aswdsWis
nearest Provincial Health Oflloer.. :
6, Th. Provincial. HCBllh Orfl.i|r beforo
atintlonsl |. *jiI Include. aSy person
appointed  Health   Officer  under the
health Ordlo.ncs.ism." uytUe Ll.ulen-
.nt-GovernorinOohncn,   r
A The foregoing provisions shall have
 '  r|tlrlnt6.1lrilt««laila;|j|   ' *
e as hereinafter mention.
... ie the Council of any M
..pnllly,w)ienevoramidl-pox Itpm.
Jlkely to occur therein, shal 1 fall to make
no IBHet wlthV tSe Unit. .1 ana/linnlel-
pallty, save as hereinafter mentioned,
7.-IB case the Council of any Mnnlcl-
' '   ll-pox Is present, or
      _ .i.sballfoll to make
in the Municipality, and compU.nt there*'
of shall be maa* U mt UesiessntrOor-
ernor by the Oouttoll of anv adjacent
these regulations shall
untHi other
 m&WX
I oocurs, .and' thereui
IHeiltll Oflloer shall.-,
reipeot of such Munlolpi
thorlty with whioh he li	
. Dated at'Victoria, thil t'rd day.of .Oeto-
b.r,U88.
y^^S^imXmtm.
dcslnt ^rSTlwlall
"CTOTIO-EI
lis h:
,.     ..-..live m:
Ion. ]u||lster of
.or tlnJBrlng pu:
{drscilip tractor
Comawnclng ,
forks of Silver Ci
about on. and
mostPi; thenoe
1BY GIVEN TBal
application to tl
Interior for a leai
,M of the followli
idi
postplanted ottt
, ton Harrison Lak.
i.If miles from 1
motrtn; tnenee etet 80 chains, them
south 120 chains, thence west 100 chain
thence North ISO chains, thence east I
chains, to place of commencement.
BRUNEPTTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
daePgml    Per H. L, DiBaos, Manager.
•ij^OTlbB 18 %BRBiY*GiVEN THA
XI we intend tontake application to tt
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worl
for permission to lease the following d
sorlbed property for timbering purpose
vlst
Commencing at a post planted nortl
east from Granite Point, Valdes Isian
Discovery Passage,,on theopposlte side i
unsurveyed channel; thenee east :
chains, thence north 20. ohalns, them
west 40 cbalrfs, thSnce north 20 chain
thence west 20 chains, thenee south
chains, more or less, to the shore; them
following the shore line to pointof eon
mencement, and containing In all 1
aores, moro or less.   '
September 1st, 1888.
LAIDLAW A CO.
•m '-..j     doc2n
l^C___^j-i.
VTOTICE IH HERERY GIVEN TKA
ll we intend to make application
the Chief Commissioner or Lands at
Works for permission to lease tbe folio*
lug described property for Umbering pu
poses, vis, t
Commencing at a post planted at tt
southeast corner of Lot 18, Valdes Islam
thenoe east 40 chains, thenco north
chains, thenoe west 20 ehalns, them
north 60 chains, thenee west 20 chain
thence north W chains, thence west!
chains, thenoe south 20 ohalns, them
west 20 chains, tbsnee wmth 20 chain
thenoe west 20 chains. Ihenco south
chains, thenee east 20 chnlns to the nortl
west corner of Lot 18; tnenee east 40chali
to the northeast Minor Of We sold la
thenee south 00 chains to paint of con
menoement—containing ln all 440 acre
.«,«» mm i.« jl£xDLAW A CO.
docln
meneemeni—coni
-ipore or less.
July ard, 1888.
PORT HAMMOND
NUR«#R\
Fruit Trees,      »    i
Ornamental Trees,
Small Frail
And GARDEN STOCK onhsndlngrai
variety..   •:■,.-    ■   .'-••■,
Everything flrst-class and furnished I
good inane..
let. Send 15 ots. for valuable 80-page I>
scrlptlve Catalogue with 6 beauilful oo
...>|>.,.<j uHaHfH avian o Deau
oragl platea Prloe Lists sent free,
idwdellto
O. W. HENRY,
Port Hammond, B. C
Whl A. Duhwpod-Jou
FIESH CAUFORHIA MID lOCAt
ALWAYS ON HAND.
.i:i,l     i —
GOODS DELIVERED FREE
,,|.j.,, .-..ndjesitc
RIFLES,   REVOtfERS,
AinmunltloTi, Reloading Tooli
nslJlag Tackle.
^[im^ir^mm^ GOOD'!
sULIUVElMIDAtt ITKBI TMPI.
SHctstlti ui Snur Mi____ Nwili
|J(1,    ...... -A ffpQUffltlk-.j..
A. Has Um of, Cilery, OPipei, Bir Goodi
.       Firaoy Goodi, Ao.
»f Slngl
ile-loatllni
to ,100.
____________________\\wl-n .iB*, *A* *F| BB,
AV*tro*K«ES A fBAllia
,Njyy«*tm|^lar>B,ap...J'awMl0m»
MlMcliAE,
Im  ;.-■     .oollm   ;   .■!■"..! bill »
r to place in a'notn'erl        'IBBFUIIOflr fWIuT.
.«son,wliomayhav»i .   .   ■:__    _n\Jt ft r",
■?M'tl.VlfnW^5«** *4*rtfm.iDLLLIN,
ll^^illlEED SUITINCij
;0veivwssiiig.VroiMe4-ing ami
-.:■.';■ iff^'jVpefciMsfc,
,l,s»-w.k*ep» lamurlielMtjiockd:
eveiythlngthntlsfoand-innnrmst-elas
Tailoring Bttabllsluminl..   i '
O-POtdTI COLONIAL HoflL      '
ColtPHBU St.,
orcj
mnmm
fl
CUD STAND,
SPA-".Ito Hit. ».CCsWharf.]
tic. aQn.nl AJnrtm4niot
ttQTgCXNQ.2
-S'.-vr     .
Usiai'SCMIttNntr/^wrsI,
trwi«rt*% Crwki*^, tConl'1
Bntter Kept, Btrtds,
Buy, Orata, Feed, Ac i
FAHM.ppftObU.OE    <j
BOUGHT OB SOLD. ON: COMMISSION.
ntmv/tnit^^r-xiif
.Qi-HKl
'"'"%.:.. . ■!•  .   ■ .-.."T-   "■   ■ "V ■■;.•-   "-■.-.-aav'-    "  v-T '
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■ ,^^ia|^%l4|**|lcnpror*"l«0|s»a
?.   ,*.::' t.:  I«.*a rljld M *.o Expre|off | i
>.     ijlfl#|janrani1siable lilnl.aril"«»t-
f-   l.(f*ri>ir"lsd.eof tocpcimlarplitateito
'   IndtsUethetnforced dolus of some nn-
pleiscui thing, especially tho enforced
confection ot error, nml Is nimlogoua to
"eating your own words," "eating humble pie," "eating dirt," etc.
Indeed, somo wiseacres would derive It
from th. French "manger la crott" (eating dirt or rinse), crott (pronounced cro)
being tjo c.d spelling,th-o: "The dirt
and crott of Paris maybe smelt miles
off."—(Howell's Londonopolls, 1S5I.)
But the Amcr' :an phrase is sufficiently
JsWtr|lbl.,a3ltltaniii,Vfttkoutaaylar-
fMoani (Mctgn deria-atloii.    -!
Twot.tMM, rjood enough to bawotno
itait»a,'h«*.mtwinodtheni8el"ei around
.. tl*i8»kti-*Jil|alpr»fc«tt«Slvi Itaorfcui.
ii-      Brti«»5!probiU]rar*J«l-*diri
are worth preserving.
The first appeared In the Knickerbocker Magazine some forty years ago,
and concerns a thrifty boarding bouse
keeper on tlie Hudson nnd in Intelligent
patron.' Whenever the latter remount rated at the food he was told he wai "too
partlkier."
"I kin eat anything," asserted the autocrat of the table, with a proud consciousness of superiority.  "I kin eat crow."
Tbe constant repetition, of these word!
weitled the boarder   Finntltjilie rtsolved
to lest tbe old nj.n.   Taking (jbfcajaa with
. hlmie succeeded lu bwgl'V'li.. f«*
' oldcrow Ky dint of soft woi-ilsnml filthy
lucre he Induced the cook to prepare that
crow for the table,
Tbe cook was a Scotchwoman and need
suuff.    ttVaVaofrtwed all she bad and <
sprinkled it literally over Ibe crow, givo
,.. tiau.itra turn, .nd brmi.nt it before
'-.'i the host, naylug. at he set it down:
..,,.,., A'Sonc.m,Uitt air, you hive uid n
.' U     tbomaual limes, If yon have said 111 once,
thai you can eat :crow; beie Is on. very
carefully cooled " ''■■•       ",J-"V
The old nun turned pale for a moment,
but braciiig Inniulf against the backot
bis chair, and with, "1 kin eat crew," lie
,'.      b(ui»aoutt1n3,iVB«odmouUfiil Hsiwal-
*»   ,-.tVeatit,,ind.i*^arlnu;fot"a«e<:oild on-
ilaugbt, looked Ids boarder straight in
the eye, and ejaculated,  "l'.ve eat crow,"
'•'    and took a second portion. .   ■
He llftir.l his taiids mechanically as If
1 for n thud attack, but iliopped them
qulcklyover the region of his stomach,
nnd, rising .hurriedly ami uusiendllv, re-
- treated for the door, muttering as, be
went;
"But dang me if I hanker nrter It."    ■
The other story which Is even better,
has been told in a variety ofways.but
tbls Is the mos'. finished version:
A MiMicHinMetiiKgtment-tlnrlngrthe "
-   war was encamped near tbe estate of a
;' • ;> wealthy flniittt.. A cltybr*d private hav.
.. Ing shot:, tame crow on the planter's
ground!, wati discovered with Ihe dead
bird ln nil poiHtikni    Seining tk. prlv.
ati'i muiket which lay ou tbe ground,
th. Irate planter cried:
''Aa nofte Alllwl thy craw, jou've got
l **-*.«r.'-w** noescape; add tb. prlvlt.
bad tout   After a few mouthful! thi
planter asked with a grin:
. ,     "How do you like ltf" . -
*        -JWelt," wai the ..ply, 'il kin est lt,but
1 don't hanker arter It." ,".,. -,
"All rlaht,"-saJd the "planter; tort!—
done putty wall.  Hero, tiki your gun
and git off."      	
But no sooner wo. the gun in the sol-
,.. diet ■ band, than h. pointed It at Ibe plan.
.   ter. saying: ,:
"Now, you've got to eat your share of
.row "
And the planter, maring Md spluttering, was forced to obey. , ,
'■■ Nist d.ylb. pliutn aim. into camp
»nd reported to the colonel that be bad
been Intuited by a private loldter. Strict
order! bad been Issued against Imultlng
or Injuring re-idejfji!, J'k| (Ranter's de-
•'oldlirbi-
.,    .    -s.tl.mMi ie-
Wont).
"Ob.yist;" drawled thiioldler,
ah^we   dined   togitair   yi
Amirlciu Notes ud QrwrlM.
A mkT FOR A  WHALE.
'we-
llrt
.  O.org.law'. OrtatOatD...f Prt.r .nd
al ,11 ■■■:.,„>■■ >. Wta.10.U.. «It.   •'■'
.„.-, Giorge Law, ot Niw York, Is said to
- -■ hav. expended &*sr*y**S,t*Xi recently in
A |--rtiWvr^w2iltlatlmat<.term!
with Mm yeari ago, isys that ononeoc.
JS!S5*.^fc,'iwf**"i*. *,,k *°-
bun^boat with George Law, Commodore
,   Vanderbllt sod a third party .whose name
> I have nofrrbrgottm, sad a game ot poker
vfasiuggfited, and my informant, knowing that the statei wer. going to be qlilte
- large,.'ldnbtgoltt.bfitGeorge Law and
Vandertllt.did with the other one.
■■ AwiiM
''IflieemtobeptavHriiaTeeMeaigirae
to.algbt don't yomiy.awtrrd."    i •' iff
.: 1____V______[ thit hiasxmld klip bli
Tb.y ut up neirl, ail night, and before
thiy .rose from ths* again Ln had
dropped »*8,000 to C&niodore V»nd!r-
bllt.
They parted atA-bany in tk. mori
»*lt'tM,lfn™o0o,ret'X
.   other night, bnt I hive Juit thii morning
•old him my Hue of steamers and I ban
i :«|^,'?e'cfh"*T»*«!e;'; . r..!,.i
itii'im/>   .wb'.t-a..*r^sortT »•-...',, -;'
.'' Al an Infantile Dututhinn whose pnr*
poiei are somewhat remote from arduous
, toll, but who had. cartful 1% tome wood
;   flllivrtoniBWtoea.yrii.ntly, vmbid'
ding her good night. •
Manitua-"Havo you bun a,good -boy
iin5«*pJl^*>*ano"1 «l >
Hopeful—"Yet'm."
Mauima-"Couldn't yon b. better tomorrow If you ihonldlryiaM-* ; 3 tj
Hopeful (thoughtfully)-"! don't think
I*-*:;; >?ri'^..:l.i •.*;"■; ™
li.
Mamma-r,'H»ven.Pt,jrou dan. anything
to-day ts-tye. mrtteb, *Mr»»-- •™r
-Dulutb Parigrsphi*. ] |
U
tsptl
tiWiiwra^li^^
for a-tn*. aadballed, wltb a u've, bidldokT
After two dayi tho beast eamo around
*»-»^°l*l*lH4aWl|l^ll*Mt.   jP
" -l*jSedr,t.r. kit., atocOvVd pttvuKHit-
BeaW^tbarflrit (IniTof tbe laine doptb.
Frem this a tunnel was' ran. to tho first
pit, a thin wall of earth being left. be.
(bin tunnel from a cecond pit, A iroat
una placed iu tho cugi uuiHha wuil of
cartb wiu brokendon, 11.
':*1» llltfrjiphtlij-iipon'tliii ftoat, tbo
,«niriiato*l*itJi«*j|Kv'ita
, audtb.tsailwafut,.udMirod wuti.
tllk.TfH-s(tlaC|kitttta.  . . .
■HSU!
ipfltion m jmMQTICE.
1 A ITT PERfiONH tNDBBTED
vAl AWT A OAJB^^llJilOWl
< settle'on or before' the 30th Ins
_\        KJt      ■*&?!__!___
•***"*i' "*)
lOstKouMuaUtfsW.'
.adatiio, Mental Do-
SigltimdBejrrliu*.
-its, *jid, when long
continued, causes Enlargement ol'lll.
Liver, Inflammation of tho Bowell, imd
Files. Constipation is speedily cured
by Ayer's Pllli. ■;,'. .;.:.,.
For a number of months. I "vnut
troubled with Costiveness, In stmte-
Suence of whioh I luffered frord Ion of
.ppetite, Dyspepsia, and a disordered
liver. Myoycs also troubled me. I wai
compelled to wear a shad, over them,
and, at times, was unable to bear exposure to the light. I was entirely
CUteO'efllSINQ
three boxei of Ayc'sHlls. I hay. no
hesitation In prosonncls, thtsmeulcln.
to be ttar absitjoaliartjjover mide.—
Jam#sVs»a*-) {Mnd, Oslo.
I suffered from Conitlpation, aad, com
•equently, from Headache, Indigestion,
and Piles, for yean. Ayer'i Fill., which
I took at the luggestlon of a friend, hav.
fjlvin me effectual relief. I commenced
taking this remedy two monthi ago, aad
am now free from Conitlpation, th. removal ot wbloh has caused my other
troubles to disappear, and greatly lm.
proved my general health.—w. Keeler,
Amherst, Moss. mail
I suffered from Constipation, which
assumed inch an obttlnate form that.I
baWd a itoppsg, ol the bowell. Two
bora, of Ayer'i. PHI! oured me, com.
»letely.-D.Bnrke,r3aco,Me.        tt
^yeWPills,'
Pr.par«lbyDr.*.O.Ay.r*(Co.iUw.n,l*Ml.
Seldbyall Dro„UI. ud DMlanui _m__ne.
wm
NT PERSONS INDEBTED TO 8TEW-
...AMPAOAflHVflll jjlelle oil and
. -.Jl'onor before iho aotli Inst,, and any
claims against the said Arm will be lm'
mediately dealt with,
doottd .STEWART A CASH.
-a.m -
NOTICE.
■±^"m:etat3Xi-e3
l.Stft,mt_4y-mfi
"TIL  FTIRTHER NOTIOt,,'; Wtti
_ Jeave for Chilllwhack and Way places
WTBESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a.m., returning on the following days, For ail further Information
applyaanboirdiOrto J ;pi
.   _ W. B. TOWNSENB*,--*-
dniyotc    ,ia.i.ff]i-i ,Oii the Wharf.
.iiroarioB.
HEREBY OIVKfTHATS
. to make appllcatlonjo tb.
 jtloner Of Lands nnd Works
for permission to lease the following de-
•crlbed. property for timbering purposes,
via.: ... ....
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Battings Sa* Tllll
Co.'s limit, Johnston*Btrelfci, Voids, III-
and; thence east ao chains, Ibenc! wnt*.
8(1 chains, more or less, to Hastings Saw
Hill Co.'S line; thence following the said
Utte.west and north to pointof commencement, and containing in ail 120 aores,
uioreorl«M. LAIDLAW:A 00.
27th August, 188B. dooZml
3?
•K__<ra
XrQTICii IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT.
ll wl Intend to make appltcatlontolhe.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and works
for permission to lease the following described property tar Umbering purposes,
:nr*F^e°5fifn!Wea^chPaSr!M,*?Jld*
loiuit-j, uuuiii i, iinig. mini iii.covery i*as-
sage; thenco nnrth'40 chains,, thence east
120 chains, thenco south 20 ohalns. more
nr less, to the shore; Uiclloe (011o\Wng the
shore lln!lnu%estcny direction ToRllrll
of commencement, und containing In all
440 acres, inore'or less,
LAIDLAW A CO.
2"Ui*ugust, 18SS. doc-ml
NOTICE.
f.'.-,'■■;
VTOTIOE IS HERBOT^illVEN THAT
ll we intend to mako application to the.
Chief CommfsBloiicrof Lands and Storks
for permission to lease tliofolloirlnklt*
scribed proporty for timbering purposes,
-. Conjmonclojfat a post planted about 46
chains north Irom tun rMilfieast corner of
Hast lugs Saw Mill Co.'s limit, Johnstone
Straits, Valdez Island; thenco east 40
chains, thonce north 40 chains, thMiss)
west 60 chains, more or loss, toHasUMs
Sawmill Co.'s lino: tJKnce followinfmo
said inosouth and eut to point ot\s_n\_Z
mcneemeh^ »ml oofttalnlnff1 In all 130
l   I :IAIDLAW A CO.
•-WOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
•W we Intend tomakeappUcatlontotho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for-pennlsflton to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
vlsi
Commencing at a post planted on the
shore of Lake) thenee north fi chains,
more or less, to the south boundary line
ofiLot 518, Deep Bay; thence best 40 chains:
more or less, to the southeast corner of
said lot; thenoe north 20 chains, thenoe
eut 80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thenes -s-sst 40 cholnsr thence south 20
ehalns, thenee irest ro chains, thenee
Sortb 15 chains.moro or less,to pointof
ommsnoement, and containing in all
200 aores, mote or less,
LAIDLAW A CO.
September r-th, 1888. ■' doc2ml
»*«&& LOYE,
Fubionable Soot and Shoo Uaker.
Repnlrlutr Heatly Done.  Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
iwOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., ln rear of Colonial Ho*
tel, next to Band Bros,' oflice. due Ito
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
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 on the
northeast side of Forbes Bay, thence east
lOi)chains, thence north 20 ohalns, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thenoe east 60 ehalns, thence south' 60
chains, thenee west20 chal ns. thence south
ao ehitlna, thence west 00 chains, thenee
south 20 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thonce north 20 chains, thence east 00
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
Sest 80 ohalns, more or less, to the shore;
ience following the sh- re line to point pf
commencement, and containing in all
1000 acres, more or less.
September 10th, 1888.
LAIDLAW A CO.
li
I
Musselburgh* Scotland-  -
-UfMfaotanirs and Patentees of thb Cold*'
brated Machine-made
POUBLE KNOTTED f\
i   SALMON NETTINWI
ttt. The large demand for Messrs.
Stuart's manufactures bas resulted In
very extensive additions to their Establishment at Mussel burgh, In order to keep
up with the rcijttltoments of the trade.
•rOrrs tof HmemlSHD, are In course of
execution, and to ensure prompt delivery
lndenti should be sent In without delay.
ROBERT   WARD  &  CO.,
.....     yxarcaxixi__
Sole Agents for Britiih Columbia.
diB27ml   .  .
E8MBUHHED 1859.
ROBT, piOKINS^
',"f UffeJrilR, ;
Neirly Oppoiite tbe CoIodIII llotol,
Hii unj. ■■'- • -:--
NEW WKTMINSTER
[fl   I        44-, ■>
ii     >:■.■<       ', Bjj  :•'      ■-
•fHE: LABGESI AND   CHOIOEST
X   iiwrtmentof alldeicrlptlontof
fM|^s|||EaETmES
Constantly on hud, ud supplied to Rttn-
Wsi, BsotMimnts, ud Ste-unbtftte nt tht
nii
—JE IS HEaifiBT GIVEN THAT
, wolnteifttonWke appllcaUontothe
tef Commissioner of Lands and Wi "
for. permission to lease the foUowinf
«rlheU property for timbering pur-
vis,:
Commencing at a post planted on the
tr^&Al^pST^,^,^th^
•ttimi»-tfeir-irci
Tlimw'ia&ih'lJchllM." -Cnc~ m""l"li
chains, thence north. 40 ehalns, thenee
vreirsu ehalnt, thence north. 40 chains,
.thence oust20chat.., moro or less,to tbe
Hitting.SI*HUI^CCs line; then-"
lowlngtbe said lino sonth and oasi
tance of 100 chaina, more or less,.. .
(art corn*, of ¥u)lnf> Haw Mill
 mlngBly*triencefollow-
lore line to point of oommence-
SS__\
Ingthes
1!
mit, Hemming Ba>' iffenco follow
_    s shore line to point of commence-
ment, and containing In all 480 acres.
LAIDLAW 4,CO.."
more or le...
22nd August, 1888.
COME AND SEE I
laTuinl't 1(0011 ,       ,
iKSSIO'Nioir'
■wl" fronting
lini:
I W. H. HOLBIH
rrAvrtro taken ratal
 jlumblaand Church Streeta,oi
th. Episcopal Ohurch, and n.w 1
FARMERS'HOME!
SSI ^fCffllfW*.'!** atntfillni publle
SKOndd iccommodatlon for Ladle, ud
•mlllM. .      ,   ,     .... |  myvto
:,J J»;jts s-s'iKj '<
f- HAVE JUST RECEIVED .Urge
'   oonslgnmoiit of all kind, pf
CELEBRATED TEA,   .
*m.r-Uev*8SI!kItfAJB ■
lba»ll,aS-rt**ii,Bed(iullli,
rdfceltln, 8»I»iiith, fJloliiUk*.;.   I
Br***, lvfa-),lii-|f|**roodaii<l
r-finrloi'ef Eve*yBe%rt|itlon.
IMPOHTED «V EVfRV ITIMIH 0HKT HIIN
CHINA AND MP-*-.
Hoping that you will honor ui with your
visit, we remain very roirsotfully\tonjt,.
l^qngon;Wo;^ioM;"
imoNT strebIt. im .*i*wimtm, n. o.
lV»tpBle.B,a»o,7..   .... i..^i^ds|slrr
GEOBQE   BYRNES
PROVINCIAL
^js^a^r
TUESDAY, SSnl OCTOBER
[,\ | Jf fxit*:.;
I hive been inttnioted by tbe Chief
eaamialoHrbf IsMiMid Worki to tell
by Auction ..      ■    ■  ■_
AT VANOOUVER, B. O.
Several pircelt of fine agricultural lands,
situate on or neirt.be North Arm of Fuv
ler Itiver, being lubdiviilom of Loti 325,
visions of these Lots contain from 27 to
172 acres each) the locution of these lots
lira-U-tbe .present maps of the XMs-
TliQxkJ X.' 1
'lie farms In tlie immediate vicinity of
NOTICE IS HEREBY (VIVEN THAT
we intend to mnltc tippllcatlon to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the I following described property for Umbering purposes,
Commencing at 11 post planted about
one-half a mile northeast from Price
Point, Homfray Channel; thonco south
20 chains, thenco oast 40 ohalns, thonce
nonh 80 ohalns, thonce east 40 chains,
thenco north 40 chains, thenco west 40
chains, more or less, to the shore; thenco
following tho shoro line to pointof commencement, and containing In all 300
acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO,
Bepteml-er 13th, 1888. doc2ml
SIGHTv-JUNDNESS
USE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED   I
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES
Koeommeudeu by Leading Oculists In"
1 - America.
.3D. £i*S"s**lXj mttt OO.,
dmyitOtc        Agents, NewWestininstcr.
THE WHITE IS KING
pAUTIES DESIHOUB OF PURCHAS*
X -Ing should not fall to-glvo theso celebrated Machines a trial,      , ,
•    c. j. Ronsov,
Agorft for tho Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated White
Bronte Monument Oo. dJelStO
G3V£r,K!tfEKTS? '
VJ.UfiHlA/a.8."
?Mm M0BG1INS
Of tho Best Makers in the World.    .
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
and PIANOS of nn.nn A Hamlin
Tho great STEOK PIANO,
. patent sustalulni      - ■ —
less DECKER *.HO,
have arrived.
with potent siiiUuufr
roilnl. Tbemutcii-
   - —.S'.PIANOS. :The
well-known DOMINION. PIANOS' and
ORGANS,. Hny.eialtoln,itook RON18CH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS, piano! and
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos for rent and rent applied If purchased.
Pall at
dwji
H. Peters'Mush) Store,
lento .  .    Victoua, B.
■^ANV MAN--
•Who ts Weak, Jferrons, DeblUtavttd,
who In hfs Folljr and ICnornnea has
Trifled away his Vigor at Body, mind
; aud Manbo«d,caUBlng ex haustlng drains
upon the Vasmuins -of Lift, Head-
Kchei BaekMlaS, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness uf Memory, Bashfnlness lta
Society, Plmplea upon the Faoe and
all the Effect■ leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or Inianlty, will Ahd ■■>
ourSpoclfle No. 21 a PoSU vecure,
taparta YontfeuTtol Vimpit restores the
Vital Power In old nnayoung. strengthens and,. Invigorates the Bfatna and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. With,
our Speclflo No,. 23 the, most obstinate
ease can be cured ln three months, and
recent ones In less than 90 days. Each
paokfire contains two weeks treatment.
Price 92. Cures guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 24 Is an Infalllblfl-cnve for all Private Diseases, no matter/of ,how long
standing. Sold under our written Guarantee to effect a cure. Price 95, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont
. I'
terms In...-  	
Lots are considered the finest agrl-
.. - J.SSw?ro?l»in tffi'Noffli Arm,'
othen are In the Immediate vicinity
_ mlrl i-vn datfyfipjp Mwwbsti-il
•oteranH V»«!owvef,!i>ast Wen Valaat
properties.
.adQtAi)^ tioQ ,r,i
Ut* Ml to ON, and Uli tM li MS.
IPARATIOXS.
(Uiufaptuio and are the
1 . ;risiOPmW*r wo#ni
1   soloprojirletorsof l„.     .....   ,   	
ties, and that they enn be had from nt**
otkeibspurcc.   THEY ARE NflT POR  ------
If-
Aiisim.i»t
ter River and
«een tho North Arm olFra-
. (.ncouverclty. The North
Ann Road from y.nooiivei-.rUnt lbm>*h
_ r........ ces aboM^milei'
louth of Vatnoouvor City ami Is boniuled
on thi-VSTiyy tbiCT. Railway Ijihd
Grant, and Is surveyed Into loti contain-
irffl^^T^}«5l.•llSi:tt1aifl'a,
•-■ Allthe lands tone spjil av wclladai'
the m.rketsof y.hoonvej
inlmter cllle.,,«lll bt.ttf
for families seeking n hoi
ment, -
.  The C. P. Railway are.now coBstructlng
srlne wagon road from Vancouver lo the
North Arm of rnwer River and Lulu
.island. They an also surveying.* line of
railway through these properties with a
view of connecting with tlioTJnltoU States
system of railway! at Seattle
.The*, bud! may fairly lie considered ns
the most valuable ever ofreroil for salo by
siwtlonln BilUshColumblaa.
.00 ^*moipSt>(»»»W^«i
MWA        fSK-,.1    AfW»W«»
J
That drend terror, a disease so/ long
batting science Hnd the most skilled
physleliins, who know of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
euro. Now it Is no lonscr an Incurable'malady even when given up by
§sfnlnii8, health enn yet bo found ln
.{.KEMKD.Y; It heals dml Bontheo
mombnine of the Lungs, Inflamed
and poisoned by tho ravages'of this
' illidltease, and prevents tin* night
' tlghtnofis across the chest
'inpanylt.  Price (n,
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont
soloprojiriotorsof the following speoial-
" d that they enn be had from nt**
mire.  THEtARE NOT FOR SALE BY
"ideuca BtrlctTj-
, CorrosponueucA strictly con*
Consnltntlon upon nllclirrtnlo
disease 'lovltoil. N0;.-&lARCE except for
morflolneH. . All goose lent steure from
observation. Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Out,
HAIR  OOLORING.
Our mngnlflceut preparations aro warranted perfectly harmless,    ™*
"   -,6---    "
We prepare
nrm'-ftbL .,	
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
llowlng colors—the liner shades
rom the hntr Itselfj lllaek, ])nrk
Krfftklos, 81.25.  No. IS rc
(ii t, mi,   1111111.U..1    i.iaii.t., v iti-.ti lllltp, IJ1HIII,
Chestnut, Cold Bloiulo.  Ash or Blonds
fttrattm
dlclne Cq., Toronto, Ont
TOILET REQUISITES.
In .ordering please,eiweifi twhloh yon
IMtiltf:V«i^»rsnli-';llttQi->t:ho<<iitire
sMISmfctfimr Nn. a Imparls to thb skin
the color noil.freshness of maidenhood,
hstrWllfs^iiM'ctiniiot he deteoieti>|l.»
No. fl removes wrinkles, tl   No, 10 re-
'   **"\ No. ll removes
no.    12 romoves
.....     . ... .. removes Pimple*),
No. li removes Ton, 11.25.  No.'IS
- es Moles, *2.  No. lfl -romoves rntik-
marhn.sa. No. 17 romoves undiio Perspiration, 91.25, No. 18, an absolute unf nil I nn
sped flit for tho retention, development nr
restoration of the Hair, J|,2fi, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
[•1     THE BUST.
. No, 10Ib a omblned Internal and external treatment which speedily ilevelons
or restores the female bust to the proportions Of voluptuous natuie. Is entirely
harmless and cortaln in resiilts. Price li
Tonnto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
..1. :■! ;-. ■:.'-..   dwanUyl' ■;
Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
LosfBsp.rl.ttO. Is the bu.lnc...
 .     ilMJIytm	
Dominion Lands.
TI'.YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOCR
1 Pre-emption or torrent of Mining or
Orating Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in aOZUP and save a
large discount.
Serin ean be obtained In largo or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
33___f_Ca_tB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OH FROM
THK BASK OP BRITISH 00M7HBU,
NEW -WESTMINSTER.
, - dwmheto
WaL,
BY WAY OP THE
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker I11 Time than any otber
Rout* between
M-tiiiilir ii. Su Ihinm
Sttmi g-enlc Bo.te or the Ficinc
; com.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOCEIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of Beoahd-Olass Pas-
sengers, attached to Ejtpros. Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Frauclscoi Unlimited, sal, Flnt
Cllll (Limited), SKI, Second Class (Limited), fli.
B. KOEHLER, Minster.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Sew Freight A Pass. Agent.
w. e. Austnir,
DEALER IN
JfltW WBgTMINBWt, B. C.
HayandFeed
. xt%Jkxt,__z_av. ■■■
W000"& COAL
. (THE BEST DUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
PnnTislons Adrocerles.
s-TAlweuse no whisky or tobMoowe
can, by temperate habit, and. oarsral era
nomy, serve the public at opMlally low
rates. ,  *vJU2to
IMiPEHto
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
IQinBiwAraSr.wdlSFaxi.si.Li,
lilt     lATMlTON.: ! !    '■"''-
INSTITFTEiD HOOS.
TiOR mSURING HOUSB8 k OTHBB
J* Building,, Good,, Wires, MerebiB.
dUc, Manufacturing snd Fsniiiag Stock,
Ship. In Fort, Harbor or Dook, «nd tb*
CjrgoesofiuchVetst.lt; alto, Skip, build-
Ing add repairing, Barges ud other Ves.
■els on navigable riven and eanili, and
Goods on board mcb Veueli, throughout
Gnat Britain and Inland aad In Foreign
Conntriei,
HON Mii M BlItfiK BT ntR.
Subtcribed ind Invested Oiphsl,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every lafermi
lion oin hi obtained on application to
W. I. ABM8TB0NS,
Agul to* Nnr Wettatlrster.
MACHINEEY
AVING LATELY INCREASBITOER
connection lp Uie East nnd else-1
wherover'y considerably, wonrt In
Bltlonto give prices on any class or machinery that msy bo required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engine* and Pollers, Planers, Matchers and Mrmldon-,
Burl Planers, Wood 1-atncn, Band ,
, 8aws,BI)ndMachinery,.Otiuge
Lathes, Shaplni* Machlnt-S,
Shingle Maelilnos, Lath
.Machines A Hollers,
Two, Threo and Four Block Clrmilnr Raw
Mills, Band Saw Mills Portable Engines nnd Boilers; nml Hoisting
Engines.  Also, Joint Bertram
1 A Rons' and' The London
1 Tool Co*s iron Working
Machinery,   (
Brlek Machines and Crushers of either
tho Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all: descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid Or Inserted
Teel h, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry   In
: stock.
Steam Pumps of' the Blake, 'Davidson or
Knowles make Also oh hand.
M-Avlty-s Patent Boiler feeders supplied
nn short notice, as wall as Palnta and
Oils, Axes and Edgo Toots of the celebrated Broad make,'Wire Rope, Plumb,
ers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ao.
Wo nro solo agents In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whoso
Marine work onnnnt be excellod, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER FlEONARD,
Oamlils St.,   Opp* News-AttvertliST-,
VANOOUVER, a 0.
2W E3 TrV      Gr OO
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE'AND WELL AlWOJtTED STOCK OF
SSOOVai   trnx. ■ HnOEaB
Wbicli I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I hive also made a Urge addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, Am. . An Ihspeotion of my
Stock will satisfy any today that I have the bett astortmestto be found In thu
oity.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to, ... .•    , 	
_r_x._tx__m xtoxrmmxtjkxr,
dwjelyl . .... No,81,Cor.tji.nlA»TB.»r.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
T
.   Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
... ,     :-   .- ..a  ■■■■   '
IHE UNDERSIGNED, RAVING -ADDED STEAM AND IRON-WORKING
Machinery to their Rutiness, are how prepared to do all kind, of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Macliiue Worlf, Forging,
And every detcription of BLACKSMITH ING, at nri**»a,va|islderibly lowir
thdn before, ' It is our intention to have in the course of a few avrski a
BBASS & IRQUi FOU\DK V
Running in connection with our Business. We havo the LARGEST STOCK mil
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. ft, and employ nose'bnt tbe VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, Wo can guarantee sitli.
faction in workmanship as well as prices, ' We have obtained tm service! of a
Flrsi-clliss Horst-Slioer, and that part of our Business will hive special
attention. ■ .. j.,- -'
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Atudculturo! Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or inything in thii lino, will hive
our best attention, .        ,    *. .
Carriage Pailltinic and Triinuiillg done at reasonable rates.
A large itock of Wagons, Expresses and Hnsxleg, of th. best quality,
for solo.
We also keep In stock, to supply the trade, all kindi of IWN.iSTEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSEft OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWABB, SPBINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD WOOD PLANK, etc., at Vlotoi'»,|irtoet,,; ji
t Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork, ', Cill and inspect
ock and get onr Prices, and 'yon will live money by lt.:   ' '
dwjiyiQto...;': . _i^it*K''^n_i_i_.Bi__.
p?*«*-^
for Infants and Ohlldren.
■«iMi«lalssoweniabr^edtocliIIdrebtlia|
IncoinmeadltwiurierlortoajiyproscrlntloaI *>*ratomi--. „„_—-.—_. ,..
tsmtome.''     KAAtcm,-U.t>.       1*"S5S5* f*HSf "*S PK™*" **
mitaOifcrdSt.BroeklyrH-.Y.   \m_ll7_^_1tm_m^ti
'."..r."' '.."^',e»*rAt)s'ddtpiAiot,W»ln»jrSlnet,N.V.
* wiil
BRITISH   OOLUMBIA
1
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY 8.  MASON,
CUVLER A.  HOLLAND
DIRECTOR*.
HEM OFFICE, ■ 56 New BroaU St. - L0ND6N, ENGLAND.
iveConsaay
Litnd Invertment
The Butiness of ALLSOF ft MASON bu been merged
ind will be curled on by the Company from thii dit. ul
mdlnsQiance Ageniy.     .   it....
.'' MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgag* it Lew Rttes,   IMb Lola Ind Fanning
Landi torSelo on easy terms. ■'  "'
Vlctnrl. ac.,Mayl6Ui,ll87. dwJ*7U
-vrr
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'S .BUILDING;1 FROa^lS'TlffllST,).' '  v*
X3___X_B_l  X_T
,   ,    if Constantly crit Hand an|SitteMlv<( SlotM i('n.L:',""
Bry Goods, taroeerics,  Boots & Shmesj Huts « Cnpi,
,: v -Crockery, tilasswarfi,iftf. "';'
x_t___vm   _»   Bo-r-i'   -*»•*»«***•».
Great Variety of HoviieKlild Arliclet.' 'A&5T ' jit)
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   OENJEHiVt BTORES.
S. ■.—Farm Produce bought lit market rates or sold on copiulllkM. MLOrdtn
from the Interior promptly attended to. ' ": ,   dwjelto
Mainlantl
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THB SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PRB-
PARED TOTtTRNOUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RIDS
At Spoolltl Low Ratea.
Snjiirud JU1 Sinds of Teaming1
Done nt Shortest Notice.
Dry t'oialvreed delivered to anypartdf
Ordors by Telephone will rocclve prompt
attention,
larstnblos nearly opposite 0. P. It. Depot, Collimbln St., NcwWratmiUHtor.
djallto     QILt.EVSR6S.nwiw/
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Vf estminster
JOS. M.
*»»o-?»iin:
GOOD DRIVINtl (f'tolNPS/HORSEB
forlllro. Hacks olllatallSteami.il
nnil Trnlnn. Special atrentlon given to
Hoarding Hones.    . .  -. ;     '•'
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand. [
' Orders may be left at the Offloe of Ma-
tbci*-A Mlallnn.CbiittMon Merebants,
Front Street-, New West. dseilto fHi DAILY OOLUMBIAN
,S|""-'
.U-.j
tvett AXt—tm extent laaaay,
.TtH.
•*a--r*-nc«-r    amotcxaixia,
At tbilr Wiim, MallM Eitabllth-
mint, Oolumbla Stre«t,
BY   MAIL:
t months,...
n   —
, month!
M-JVBMD IN TBI! OITY:
.IS 00
.Ins
,. 2 25
hjmint la .11 cue. (except tor weekly
MeTto bemad. In advance.
THE WEEKLY OOLUMBIAN
* tuaeal every WeAaeaaaay Haralag.
Wivired In the City, per year............*3.00
rirynr. 
months....................	
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
...A. M. Herring
, .Grant ft Miclure
Boot, ts Shoes..
___________
Jatlg §ritiah dtolambisn
TkaMUr Cralaa, eel. II. its.
.OHM
n"*
' Silmon averaged 80 to the boot kit
night.
I Indications igiin point towards fine
siather.
Still another blink iheet at the po
lice oourt to-day.
. Fresh Eutern Oyiteri by the oin it
B; J; Armitrong'i. die26to
.The Annieville cannery closei down
onSitardiywe.il for ths leiion.
-:    fresh Eastern md Nitivi Oyiten,
' ierv»d in every ttyle, it the Club. *
Jot irrived—A fine lot of Labrador
Herring, at N. C. McKoen & Bon'a.   *
Metin. Edmonds and Webster are
building a freight ihed on their new
wharf.
. Metin. Thoiripton & Bo vill hive
redioed thi pricn of photos for on.
month.
Fint class Board md comfortable
Roomi it Mim Yeo'i, Columbia it.,'
opposite Citholio church *
. Remember Meun. Thompson &
Bovuu'i now itand, neir Wintemute1!
factory, Columbia itreet.
The right of way of the Southern
Biilwiy ii. now clewed ind ready for
the griden to the Serpentine flat..
The str. Gladyi lilt for up-river
ports this morning with 15 toni of
freight .nd .number of puiengen.
Mr. Herring says "drags are going
down." Wo hid . suspicion thit tome-
thing of th. Kirt was the ooso: lee adv.
At th. diitrict court thii morning
on. long-ttinding ean was withdrawn
• and th. opium soiling cote wu further
•djourned.
: Much distress ind tlckness in children
ii caused by worm,. Mother Graves'
Worm btsrininator givei relief by removing the came. Give it a trial and be
•rsrriieed.     i.
nM_t WpHktfiiP' WYor Victoria
afternoon, Cipt, Myers in com-
_idT Th. Sardonyx will take th.
plate et tk. Oirihoo Fly, the veuel
lately \vrMiked.
; An tdaovrlo light and witercompany,
from Britiih Colambla, are making ar-
ringimenti to pnt in a plant and furnish the citizent of Whatcom with both
light md water.—feveille.
' Ftiswi; produce it iiriving daily
w'th»itiuilneri in .very large quanti-
Sty,Jnripll give, .evidence of the im
___6 dltpftl' t«e^rml.VsV,f (Vi, d*
I^PtJOT'todiipoieof this season. .
'jtfi'e atnt,'rtainoentiut evening in
the Uwment of the Olivet Baptist
cluircb was well patronised. An it-
tnetlve pngnmme of longs, raiding!,
iddreues etc. wu lucccufully carried
ont
Miny forget that the-hair andacalp
ntsd clointing. Eiteniive nte of Ayer'i
Hair Vigor hu proven thit it ii the best
cleansing Agent tor the hair—that it pre.
ventt dandruff md stimulate! the hair
/t6'f,sjwid' growth,
Mr. Fred Haney, government agent
it Kamloopi, md Constablo Armstrong
came down from Kamloopi yeiterday,
bringing Michenl Kennedy the murderer ol Archer, who hai been sentenced
to imprisonment for life.
- Tha addition and improvement! tb
th. Mithodiit ohurch ire .bout completed .nd it ii announced that regular
unlets, will be returned iii the church
,; en Sondsy avoek. A tea-meeting will
ne held in the basement on Friday,
Wthinst,
bricklaying on the new Hsmley
block il programing rapidly and if the
Ina weather hold, out for another
wiek th. Willi will be finiihed. Con
lidinble difficulty it met with in pro
curing .sufficient number of first-clam
bricklayer!.
•• '•*"«*»»« I «of*ired from lot. of ap.
r«UI«andisllSMUan,but failed to find
MM antll 1 begin taking Ayer's Sarsa-
parllll. .Thil medicine entirely cured
me. My appetite and digestion are now
perfiot/'—Fred. G. Bower, 406 Seventh
, it., South Botton, Miu.
.' uuon ii now in full
ins atd Ohinamn aro
.       I «|H picking them.   Up
to dit. W, H.  Ylinen his purchased
. 100 barrels and he expects thit
auulUr wffl to iramMd by 800 barreh
before the leason » over.   .
To-day i. th. noond day of What-
oom'i igricultunl ind horticultural
Mr. To-morrow will be the lut day.
Judging from the Whatcom papen
pnbliilud before the occuion, the fair
•hoald be a luoeen, u it wonld sppear
to hare been conducted with energy
ind enterprite.
lie manager ol the Winnipeg
Call haa been lervad with a lum-
moni charging him with publishing
a criminal libel. The Call published
tlie fimoui free Brett charge!
IWinit the government, in connec-
Imo with the Northern Pacifio agree-
aunt. Wonder ii expresied that
Ike action waa not taken againit
the Free Brett. The explanation is
that the Call apparently went a Ut:
tMerther than the Free Brest in
•peeifylng the charges. The attor-
ftty-generil professes to be anxious
to institute proceedings. againit the
fm Brett if th. bitter paper will
osly make more ipeciflo charges for
him to work upon.
f-tfoV-^iV g^fetorla
ThtCPity (reamer,
Mr. Simeon Duck, M.F.F,, aitumed
the dutiei of oity treasurer yeiterdiy,
md the civio office! are once more
being placed in working order. Itls
nnderttood thit an excellent syitem
of deilingwitb the oivlo finance! will
be inaugurated and that hereafter there
will be no need of ipecial audita. It
ii alio itated that Mr. Duck will retain
hii representation of Victoria city In
the legislature.—Colonist.        ■
 ™—■♦■> .   1 .—.■•—-. ;
Street Improvements.
The corporation workmen, under
foreman Frank Forest,"have been bus.
Uy engigtd for the lut few dayi opening out the driini thit got stuffed up
daring the dry weather. They have
alto cleaned oat the gotten un Columbia itreet and on streets leading thoro-
to—a very neceuary piece of work.
There are several ipoti on Columbia
and Front itreeti requiring gravel,
whioh ihould be altonded to before the
rainy lesion sets in. Tho tide walks on
many streets would itand considerable
patching up without detracting from
the beauty of their general appearance.
  m	
The Is.rl. Basle.
Tho final compction between tcami
of ten memben of each of onr city militia corps to decide the ownership of
thii trophy for the ensuing yeir wilt
take place on Saturday afternoon next
at tbe Clover Point range. The dit-
tance will be 200, 400 and 500 yards;
five ihoti at each range. The firing
will commence at 2 o'olook iharp. Tho
"Fleming Cup" will be fired for at tlio
close of the bugle competition, it 800
and 600 yardi ranges, and as the terms
of iti presentation included niombert pf
tl). active militia of the piorince, tlie
corpi at New Weitmimter will fire
over the Brownsville range st thi ume
time.—Colonbi.
 ~ ♦■ m .	
A Hood Scheme. ..
Somo time ago the militia department offered to build a new drill Ihed
in Weitmimter, to tike tho place of
the rookery now in uu, if the oity
would grant a pieoe of land suitable
for the purpoie. The rapid advance
in the value of property prevonted the
city from taking stepi towards the
grant, at it would have beon a greater
expenie than tho city could well afford. A ichemo ii now on foot, however, which, if carried into effect will
not only give the militia a fine drill
shed but furnish a mitablo building for
thi next provincial exhibition and my
that may follow in the future. Tbe
proposition ii to make a grant of- the
required land on the new.city park,
and at a point nearest the city. • If the.
drill ihed is built on thil sit. tho city
proposal to clear 10 or 15 acres, which
will be tuitable for out door drill exercises, athletic groands and itock
ground! and driving circle for theex-
ibition. The scheme iia good one
and will, without doubt, meet with the
approbation of th. whole city..
■ -; . «» .    '       —■
A. Bx.ta.vcmi* .r B.C. Dead.
A London dispatch of tho !)th slates
that the death of Sir A. Mutgrave,
governor of Queensland, hoi placed
the government in an embarrauing
poiition with regard to tlio appointment of hia lucceiaor. The place
would gladly bo given to either Lofd
Randolph Churchill or Henry Chaplin,
both of whom are men to be placed hy
the government rather than oppoted,
but there are also other aipirants
whole claimi upon the parly for official
preferment cannot sifely be ignored.
Tho offlce la worth hut £5,000 1 year
and u Mr. Chaplin ii known to be
peculiirly embarrasied, he may potii-
bly prefer gilded exile far away from
hll creditor, to the annoymcei which
hii remaining in London would entail,
and accept the poiition if it bi ofTirea
to him. Th. deeeued knight wii
formerly governor of Britiih Colombia,
from August, 1869, until July, 1871,
and wu the lut colonial governor before confederation, being succeeded by;
the Hon. Joseph W. Trutch. Ho wu
a relative of Edward Musgrare, Etq.,
of Salt Spring Iiland, ana during hii
ihort term of office mide miny friends
in - this province, who will regret to
hear of nil death. He hid attained
the 60th year of hii age; U
- . '   ''—..   m  V " '    ■ ■■''••'
II. Pul's Church society.
The social held by the congregation
of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church in the Orange Hall lut evening
wu • vary enjoyable affair. Upwards
ot one hundred people were present.
At the nqueit of th* Rev. Mr: Hidden, Mr. W. D. Ferrii took tlie chair
md than opened th. entertainment
with a comic reiding "The bashful
young mm" which wu well received,
A recitation by Miu Baylit md 111 in-
•trumentil 10)0 by Miu Hidden were
both appreciated by the andienee ind
were followed by a comic ruding from:
Mr. Dookrill, whioh eieeted rout of
laughter. A duet by Miu Beckio John-
iton and Mr. Cue wai vory nicely rendered and added, griatly to the evenings entertainment. A laughable md
well acted farce by half a dozen of the
young people created muoh amusement. A much appreciated service of
refreshments then took place. Among
the energetic in making thii portion of
the programme interesting to the assemblage were' Ihe Missel John,toil,
Miu Gregory, Miu Addle Burr and
Miu Preilon, After justice had been
done in proper style to tht citable*,
tbe intellectual portion of the programme wai returned, and the audience
wn entertained with ■ reading by Min
Gillie. This wn 0110 of tho belt ron-
dered pieces of the evening and
brought forth an enthtlliistlo encore,
which wu responded to in a creditable
manner. A 10I0 by Miss Chappell,
"Love's sweet long," wu given with
expreuion and wu loudly encored.
Mn. Bntohelor performed the icoom-
psinments on tbe organ to the latiifaction of all. The singing nf the national
anthem by.the whole aiiemblsge
brought the proceeding! to a close.   .
P. M. Markell, West Jcddore, N. S.,
writesi "I wish to inform you of tho
wonderful qualities of Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Oil. I had a horse lo lame that he
could scarcely walk; the trouble wa. in
the knee; and two or three application!
completely cured him,"
The Old SallutM. .,
Roaming cattle and hoiMi an again
becoming 1 nuiiancc, and even tha
■weet-tinkling oow bill ii daily md
nightly blooming more numeroui. The
byliw against the me of cow-belli within the city limit, leemi to be forgotten,
or the lack of iti enforcement hu
given cpntsg. to the law-breiktn.
Bandi of honei md oattle roaming
about the street! at all houn of the
day and night, using sidewalks for
thoroughfares ind private garden! for
pasture, ore not apt to favorably impress visitor! with our ipirit of pro-
grenion.
Another Pioneer Co..,
There wai no man in tho section of
the province in which he lived more
widely or more favorably known than
the late Jamei Murphy, of Union Bar.
A native of the county Fcnnagh, Ireland, he came to thii country iu 1860
md became interested In mining property on Union Bar, where he purchased the witer ditch and carried on
placer mining extensively up to 1882.
He wu alio largely iotereited in the
Hope silver biine, in endeavoring to
develop which he ipent much time md
money. Having a taite for fruit growing he managed . to spare time from
his mining pursuits to cultivate a fine
orchard, whioh now yields nn abun-
diuoe of choice fruit. When railroad
comtruction reached the neighborhood
of Hope, in 1882, he established a
boarding houie and carried thii on
whilit work luted. Hii place hu
ever been a home for hii numeroui
mining friendi in their numeroui journeying to and from the upper country.
Thou whose effort! wero uniuccoliful
in Cariboo alwayi founds ready welcome at Union Bar, and tome employment to give them a modest itakefor
a fresh start in the spring. For th.
but few yean Mr. Murphy hu bun
•uffering from in affection of th. lungi,
find linking gradually. Thinking a
change of air md residence would be
beneficial, he moved lome three weeki
ago to St. Mary'i hospital, Weitmin-
iter, where, in addition to the but
medical aid, he bid the comfort md
ndvantogeiol the kind mining which
the good litters of charity oan give the
icsl skill nor the most tender care
suffering and afflicted; but neither med-
could uve him. He died on the morning of the 6th inst, much regretted by
hii many friendi. He wu interred in
the Citholio cemetery, Weitmimter,
on the 8th init.
— _ . .
Farther Evlde.cr.
W. H. J01101, charged with the murder of Edwin Dunnt, wai brought beforo Mr. W. p. Ferrii, J.P., thii
morning, to hear the evidence of one
Preston, a witness for tho protecuiion,
who arrived too lite yeiterdiy to appear at the coronori inqueit. The
evidence WOrtikilii with the consent of
Mt.' Bble;"'Q.'C:, Pfcumel for the
prisoner.
Chu. Preston, Iworn, uid: I was
walking along ths railroad track on
Saturday aftornoon and uw Bruneiu
and Durant a littlo distance ahead of
mo; tbey turned off the track and wont
toward! Jones'house. About 15 min-
utes afterwards I heard a ihot in the
direction of Jone'i houie. I eiked a
man named Sam, who wu Working for
Bruneiu, "Whit are the boyi ibout?-'
While we were talking 1 saw Bruneau
coming and asked me to go down, and
Aon told what bad happened. I and
Smmmcmm to fetch Jamieson
and I took oomei rope to Jones' house;
I went up and Jonet uid:' "I give
myself up." I took hold of him. aud
took the knife produced out of hii
pocket; Bruneau and Jamieson tied
him up, I think Jonei had been
drinking, bat he looked u Mbe'r 11 he
dounow. I uw • gun itanding it the
door; the ume as the one produced in
court • I went out Irom1 the houie
about 60 feet toward! the water and
found Durant, the deeeued, laying in
the water Dunnt'ilid, "Help me,
I am dying.!' Jamieson ahd' myself
carried him to the platform outside the
house; I carried bit body and Jamieson
carried his leg to keep it from dragging
on the ground. "Dnrant said, "Don't
take me into-'tho house or tho brute
will murder mc." I lold him there
wu no dinger u Jonei was tied up.
I took him into the houie and then
went for omittance.
Mr, Bole, Q.C., couniel for the
priioner, declined to croii-examine,
and the priioner, through hii couniel,
laid he had nothing to lay.
, Mr. Ferrii then folly committed
the priioner for trial at the next 11-
lizei.
Mr. Moresby conducted the, cau for
the Crown, it both the inquest on the
body ot Dunnt md the examination
today,   in a  moit able and careful
Hollowiy'a 'Com Cure deitroyi ill
kinds of corn! ind warts, root and
branch. Who then would endure them
with inch .cbetp and effietual remedy
CT^ffijj *■■■■■
•- ••*   renonsl.     ,,
Ju. Crawford, of Viotorii, is in tho
city,'','_ 'ij-,'
A. A. Sindemah,' of Montreal, ii
staying it the OoloniaL
D. L. Moody, the noted raviviliit
wu expected tb arrive in Victoria today.
W. L. Cuiack, of S. J. Pitta & Co.,
Victoria, wai in the city to-diy on a
baiineit vitit.
It hu it lut leaked out that our
popular Inspector of Fisheries, Mr.
Thoi. Mowat, did not go eut without
n purpou, although ho lolemuly auert-
ed hit visit wu "buiineu connected
with the department." Bdiineit, ind
itrict buiineu, the trip hai tuinod out
to be, bat not In conmotion with the
department he wiihed to infer. From
excellent authority w. learn that Mr.
Mowat hu been wedded to one of the
hendiomeit young lndiei of St. John,
N. B.,and the daughter of a noted
New Biamwick lecturer, Tho Ooluji-
bian extendi hearty congratulation!.
.   ,1       ,      . .   M,   . 	
Be oh Your Guard againit sud
den Colds, Irritating Coughi and Soreness of the -Throat, Keep Hagyard's
Pectoral Balsam at Hand for theie
prevalent troublei of Winter and
Spring.   It ii the best lifeguard.
ChildreifCryftr ^he**i(5srtoria
1mmmmm___tmm_________m
BlcStSond Codhcll.
Council nilt In thi tows hill on Situr*
diy, Oct. Bill, the roovc aad ill the
members being present. Communicitioni
wen read from Msior-Qineml Twigge
md S, K, Twigg, uking permissionTto
open their ditche. into rood ditches Nw.
1 ind 9; Ordered thit the board ot worki
fiut a box drain across No. 9 roid, at the
ntersection of road No. .1, for the purpose of giving Gen. Twigge drainage
facilities; also that S. K, Twigg be permitted to put In three flood boxes across
road No, 1 into road ditch. Upon application, Hector MoDonald wu granted
permission, under special circumstances,
to UM two feet of earth off the inside of
ditch adjoining his premises, to construct
1 dyke,thu. protecting him from the overflow of road ditch, The committee appointed for that purpose reported that
they hid completed the ule of bondi to
the amount of (15,000 to 11. Grenfell, of
London. England, through his agent, W.
C. Ward,.Esq., of tho Bank of B.C.,
Victoria, it 1-8 of one per cent, premiums, and had placed the proceeds in the
Bank of B.C. New Westminster, to the
credit of the municipality. Report adopted by the council. The board of worki
reported having engaged Charles Cornish
and A. H. Wescot to take ont and replace a flood box In slongh on road No, 3.
Councillor Kllgour reported E, McLeod's
contract for bridges'on Sea Island completed and recommended payment. Coun.
Quigley reported Lee Wou'i contract on
road No. 7incompIat.j luit rernmniRnded
that ho be paid $100 on his contract.
Coun. Beckman reported that he had let
a contract to Kwong Ling Chong to extend roid No. 9 half a mile eastward
from road No. 5, at 81.25 per rod md
17 extra for clearing brnah. The several
reports were adopted. The following
bills wero ordered paid: A. Mitchell,
141.60; E. M. MoLeod, 8450.50; C. Cornish, 829.35; Do., $52.50; Wescott,t43.-
50; toner, 12.50; H. Youdall, WOJSi
Thoi. Ktdd, 122.75. Council, adjourned
to meet on Saturday, Nov. 3rd.
Wholesale Wl- Market.
Beef,    per 100 lbs......	
Pork        "        	
Mutton      "        	
Potatoei    "         „„,.
Cabbagl    "        	
Onlont.     "        	
Wheat       "        	
Oats "        	
Peu "        	
Hay, ner ton	
Butter(rofls) peril...
Cheese,
**>*-'
0 00
75
IM
1 ICO
0 00
Cheese, "	
tip,     oerdot.	
Gordwooal(retail) per cord....
Apples, per box	
Hldes(grn)per 100 lbs	
Wool, per lb... -'.'.'.'..'.'.
.15 501, 0..
.  8009 100
:-*8'~
. N
. 100
.  150
,  1 S5	
. 1608 200
.12 00916 00
. 0289 085
014$ 016
.0 839 40
.  800§ 400
.'  4 009 6 00
.  5009 000
6 9    10
Metcoroloileal Heport for Week Ending
. '.■        4kl. (Ik, IIU.
MAX,   MIN.   11A1N.
Sunday.	
Monday.	
Tuesday	
Wednesday....
Thursday.......
Friday.....	
Saturday	
 64,0
 65.0
 67.0
 67.0
 70.0
 78.0
 62.0     68.0
A. I'EEi.K.Uapt'u.
_ _''    .1. 1
66.0
07.0
62.0
60.0
60.0
>««ll*aVywud«,w.|.v.h«Cartsj«;'»
**l»ibl-ulCklld,U.erM/Memllrl!,i
Wku At htetmt Hit., sh. elm, le Cmlmla,
m______r_<__- -MpTtlhtll t-nlsll
pAP*lST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
D Eut of Mary Street, lord's Day
Services at 11 a. m. nnd 7 p. m. Sabbath
School andBlble Class at 2:30 p. m. All
leata free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Bev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIIT CI1URCII, Oddfellows'
NewHnll. Bev. 3. H. White, Pastor,
-loel at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Swhatiy
School aad Bible Olass 2:30p. m. Player
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.30p.m.^Seats
free; stranaers cordially Invited.
fJT. PAUL'S CMUIICH. John Street,
O Opposite Oranao Hull. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. ra. Thursday evening,
at 7:30 o'clock. Seat, free; all are confi-
•Uy invited. Sunday School it 2:30 p.m.
■OT _ T. U.-BEGULAH MEETING
V? . .very Wednetday afternoon at 3
o'clock at tbe W. C. T. U. Hladquarten,
Dou.lai St,  lyiyal Legion In the ume
8lace every Friday afternoon;  Mas. Jas.
ONNIHQ1IAM, President; Miu DStloKI
SecreUry. il.uSlte
a     USION laODOB Si. *. A. F,
n_f\__f a A. M.— The regular Com-
_k__K munleatlons of this Lodge an
fw\ held on th. Brst Monday In cash
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETEB GBAMT, .-,
feJMc '   Secretary,
NOTICE.
XJOTICR lfl HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1> we Intend to moke iippllcstlon lo ths
Chiet Commissioner of Luiuls mid Works
tor permission tn lonse tbcfollowliigils*
scribed property for tlmberlnj purposes,
vis.: a
Commencing at a.poat plimted about 46
chains north from the southsast corner of
Hastings Haw Mill Ca*s limit, Johnstone
Straits, Valdes Island; thence east 10
chains,-thence north 40 chains, thenoe
westwehalns, mors or less, to Hastings
Sawmill Co.'s line: thenoe following the
said lino south and oast to point of commencement, and containing ln all 180
acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO,
29th August, 1888, doc2ml
k
)§tgH____mm___
OAUTION.
he poblicIbb HEREBY CAt*.
- tloojd not topnnbu..jnot|rlar*"
imJiW: Weill In favor of ~ " '"
Maasg. .^iv.v.-*^..   ■ ■   '
^^^.raMtfnMK.W
OOMU-Wtl
T
Towi
T|NDERS
R THE CONSTRUCTION OF A DAM
with Sluices, across Beaver Creek, ln
__iwnshlp 14, opposite "Warnock Station,
will be receivei until •Motor ffMfc. at
MDRDOOK MOLENKAN'8, on the
Grounds, or RAND BROS.. New Westminster, where plans and specifications oan
be seen.
We do not bind ourselves to accept- the
lowest or any tender. '
Por the Committee,
■ RAND BROS..
New West, Oct, 10, IMS. doolQtd
New Westminster Sauthern Ry
NORTHCRN TlRMINUt.
■&TESSRS. W.J.WALKER A COUP'V
1VI have lots for sale ln the oity from
160 upwards.
Also, immediately adjoining the City
limits from #25 upwards; and a few re*
niniiiiiig lots at Sapperton at 1100 on very
easy lorms. .   .   •
Alio, Farming Land ln Surrey Municl
pallty, near the International boundary,
andalongthe line of railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsville In first-class situations
at profitable rates.      ,
Intending Investors are Invited to call
Immediately, before prices are advanced.
The advertisers offer their services, as
agents for the PURCHASERS of prtpeVty,
and as suoh will give the fullest in fortnn-
tlon and advice to their best ablllty.jo
strangers and others, respecting any pro-
poaed Investment ln land, whether ln
their own hands for salt, or otherwise.,
8 Bank Buildings, City. dw7anlo
G^K-Ta^T
SALiEi
STOVES
—AKfc-^      •
RANGES
IN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
arrangements in thii Department of
my Business, I hive concluded to mil
out my present stock at and under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity is now given,.to per.
sons in want of FIllST-CLASS STOVES
tb get then at LESrf THAN TORONTO
RBTAIL PRICES.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
N#**^say***%t. j), 18|6.      doclOyl
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S
. ''   '•':'.I '■'- .....
Fall and f inter
StflfS
' !'■    '■:"■ Vl)-*! -a   '■i.MiUl?  |
'   .. .»n»AIII»-T»'iP .       "'
OVERCOATS
- ' i i     '■_  '    ■ i , , ' 1 _ > . - '
"HATS, CAPS;
"'mm
<, -a-Ai>—
mum
J; K PHmiilPS
(PLOTHIEE tl JIATTEI.
Colombia St., Orr, TutKOKirii 9k,i<|i,
Hew Weslmluler, % C   ~ '■'
dwse7to " ''' i '
aris
IMMENSE SALE
DRYGOODS,
_____!xrm, ojk_tvx*xr_?m,   '
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.,
tetn •.;. . . |
Commencing Oot. 10th, 1888.
At we hive decided to retire from the retail Dry Goodi buiineu this iioion, we
now pile, onr entire itock on the matket at,
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RESERVE.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc. '" "
  - »i
CTAi w. we known tooirryoni of the lugeit ind b«t lotdrteal ttook. In tbl
Provlnoi, It will not be necesiary to enumerate, An early inspection wiU oonvinc.
the public thit we niean buiintim, and tbit the itock mutt bt closed out btlforl the
end of thil leuoni therefore we have placed onr good! at mice! lower than have
•ver been offered before In thn Province. ;',.■..<.'<,"•
BBMBMBBlt—The Stoek mnst be closed ont by the «sd of th. y..r*
CALL KABLT WHILE PTHB ASIORI'HBrTT II OOOO.
Tnwi-TJnder 1100, caih; over $100, lecured notet at tKree month! with Inttitst
, p. x*_tt,-*r_fx*jk____t:j_ti oo.-- ■ ■■
oolOdwJyr.        HJtWHIO BWOBi WtVSBU ST.',.NEW.m^tt^aHTti*.""
_______
■.-^.l!m: __t-W_V_:.i&~r':.
Fill HHIMRY
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
. aLARD a C0.'S]
41
As
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
„. v QPPQSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC/
- -. BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES. j
A full line of Spectacles tt Eye-Classei In steel, rubber, illver ud gold
framu. The ftnert Pebble, nude, *4 per pair; all light!suited. ...
• Speoial attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Hiving learned tli-:
buiineii thoroughly from tome of the hnett Horologers In Englind, ind since thei'
miniged th. witoh-repiirlng departments of a few of the best firms on the conti!
nent of America, li. sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly maim
gar for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage A Lyman, Montreal.
eh-UYea Moderate, : »
Hohtxial, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Eiq., Chairman o'
Monfml Harbor. Commiitloneri, uyi: "I never found a Watchmaker who did ,.j
well for mc is you did whin in Montreal, and I am lorry you are not her. to-day."   j
' , dwapllto
|     J DRVHB   F?j HR"0sT**rD1tU09^Js DRU(18*msssf
.    Js.xtxi   -at-oxara-. xto-virar. i
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL       '    '.   . '"[
msmmetimMi'v
New Westminster, B. O.
'I   Jpnurfs P?.DKuaa^pTjJ DRuas^_Tt«DHnai^^3
.l_n_»n        .        '    ' '     m     .      ■      ' I
D. S. CURTIS A CO
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN '
I
'    THephonlc ComnunlcatioH with all the Doctor! in tbe City.'''Call o
ui iny time and we will ring your Doctor up-ler yb.'.b';■■'•■■"-     '    "-•
Open Sundays for. the tale of Medicine only:—Moasnio, 9 to 10.80 o'olook
Amaifoox, 1 to 3| EvuilKO, 8 to 9.- •■ *     -J     M"   '
*m:eidio^l.l Mjk____i_,
.( •„- r. fewWe.usl»ail«r,BlChnext€.1..l.l■«.!.
.'■',ioyprNtHt8otjt.Airt)PAgTi8ii.iiP.    _    ■'■■-,. ;,,.-..i a>T..,Odwauioui
HENTRAL   QBQOI5RY
flolbrook Block, Oolumbia Stxeet.;
INCLA1S HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BtJILDlNO AND WAN1'
. P to see ill hit old customers and lot. of new one., u ho will sell (him ORC
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper thin over. All onr .Goods we fint-ohv
and are being aoldallow u inferior gradei.   We.itrivo not to match, hut to oiot,
,. Just to hand—car of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following brand,:
Haleai-Patent Eoller (American): Hungarian, Straus Baker* (Ogi
vie'i); Premier, Columbia KoUerlSpallumobeenl;:
rittil JKU .k*v« not used the Britiih Columbia Boar do lb at omsdnd be oo;
ylaotd that it will .mak. gjjrfroW br»sd,and paltry,  in' '■■■■■■ lAminilto
Black, Colored & Evening Shadel
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades Its Pongee Silks ant
Muslins.    .,..., ,.-,,,,...:.';.,.."■ .'..'.'S;
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Hoiiseaold A Table Idnen. Blankets, Slwet
! j- snd Q,uUt».  t)own Qi^ts.J ^ - ^ '!U(
Waterprooft A Ulstera. tjtentlemeil's Jnr
nisbings.  Clothing, fiats, Ties; fcc
W. tt On WOLFENDEN
oox.-<j___u_k _a_tt___T.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Oolumdian PniMTiNu E8TABLisnsiKJiT has flrst*loli facilities fc
aU kindi of Oomm.rciai; Printing,   Bill Hlldl  Uttir HMfJi, CircilUri
Ctrdi, EnvaloMl, Blink Form! of every description, Pottirf, Owloeri
iBIlk-W   Bricaji wilt W found •• lo* ii at uy ollit* cdh*. viher
.il—____;_. A—ea  ***■  •'■.■  . i. ■'..',',;r, .a.-     '   *
ftitela-i vwlt n don*.
'ij. iI Ill.T*. iPf^iatl-'-     '
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