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Array GOTerement Printing °®<
Daily
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW WESTMIKSXER, B. 0., SATURDiT EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1B88,
NTJMBER 129
t K. 0. BBOWH,
DENTIST.
looxs-a a 0., over Buk of Britiih Columbia.
ionas-9 a.m. to 8.80 p.m.     itw'lyCTto
■ymaavctm * Mcceu,
J
BABBISTBBS,
SOUOITOBB, KTtt
'Offices, Masonic Buildings, New Weatmlnater, and Vanoouver, B, 0.    )ynd«t*
m   O. TOWNLJLY,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, AC.
Of the Provlnoe of Manitoba,
iRHSinoKa Block,
dielTto New Westminster,B.0.
HI   C. ATKINSON,
RARRISUIt, BOLIOITOB, Ac
omov-lluonlo Bulldlm,
dw'<Uto NewWe.tmlnn.r,ao.
nr aoBHAit oolh, o- c,
BABBIflTKR-AT-LAW.
'.and Agent, Money to Loin.
Olirkaon Slroot,
•o2te New Westmlnater, B, 0.
Alow * maolvbb,
architects.
omoa-Room E,
Over Bank of B.C.,
dauSltc
Columbia Street.
ft w. grant,
AROHiTEOTf
OFFIOT-Oorner Marx ind OllrkaonlSU,
dvffOMo
A/TALLANDAINB * SANSOn,
'   ABCHITECIIS,
Innci Block,      -      •      Hastings Bt.
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
danaoto
|W"
ILLIAM R. KINO,
AROBITEOT,
BUILDING A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
OFMCi-New Masonlo Blook,
' dwapllto Westmlnater.
ALBERT J. HILL,
M.Cah.SocC.E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Omoi-Naav Maaonlo Block,
dwmhlsto New Westmlnater.
w.
1. WAlliEE * CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
, GENERAL AGENTS.
Bank Buildings, Mary St., New Weatmln-
iWr,B.O.
M Clara Bold, Halifax, England,
dwmrirto
n * trapp,
|     AUOTIONEE It AND APPRAISER,
, 'ColumbiaStreet, New Westminster
i All commlulon. will receive prompt
and oareful ittentlon. Boat reference,
given when required. inhl2-to
W
OLIAK PB4000K,
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
Forrester Street,
dtoolm opp. Methodist Ohurch.
RAND BROS.
[   p*-l>* BSTATB BROKERS,
j Oanv.yatte.ra, Ooll.otor*,
Ami In.uiaae. AfaW,
i Offlm. at VICTORIA! Port Street,
: NEW WESTMINSTER! comer
MoKensle and Clarkson St*.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street
f BUILDING LOTS for sale In all section.
j of Vancouver and New WeatmlntUir City.
FARM LANDS ot aupwlor quality for
aale at Chilllwhack, Fort Hammond,
: Langley, Matsqui, Sumaa, Mud Bay,Lad-
nor*. Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
■and Pitt River.
I Map. and Plan, exhibited aud the full-
Mt Information furnished at all ourofficec,
• feSOto
MAJOR £ PEARSON
iReal Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
,     Oersfedtr-ttlon Lifts Association of
. Toronto. *
Royal and Lanertthtre Fire Insnr-
( •ace Companies*
1 tn-Valnable Lots for sale In the Oity
■ ana District of Westminster; and choice
ft Lota In the City of Vanoouver,
t Persons wishing to bny or sell oity or
; rural property should com munlcato with
' us.
OffloMt Bank of B.O. building, opposite
t ppstomae,Westmlnster,antfHMtlngsBt,.
I Vanoouver, dwapleto
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
IPLAKS PREPARED. BURTRV8 MADE
' Large or Small Bum. of Monty Advanced
o* Good Heourltiea, at luMouible
Rates of Inten>t.
Vara.. f*r S*l. oa nut* Blver, ***ve
••* kel.w l«wW-*fj***uur.
WILLIAMS BROS, are lnoonatantoom-
munleatlon with Intending settlers from
England and olaewhere, anil have .pedal
faotlltl.. for .fleeting ules.
Their charge, are lower than any other
agent. In the Provlnoe.
OFFICES-Corner of Granville and Cordova Street*, and oppoalte 0. P. R. station,
Y*u**ver,B,c. dapllml
NORTHSSN TSRMINUS.
MESSRS.,W.J. WALKER * OOHP'Y
m. hav* lot. for aal. Inth. city from
Alao, Immedlitely adjoining the Oity
limits from **fi upwards; and * few remaining Iota at Sapperton M Wn on vary
.uylerma.
AIK. Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and •long the line of railway; and Acre
LoUit Brownivillelnflnt-elaaaMluatlon.
bproSUblorau*.
intending Investors are Invited to call
nmedtatcly, before prlee. are advanced.
ho advertlaer. ofrnr Iholr aervlcoa na
Including Tools of all kinds of the beat makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necoaoary ItCllsllS for FurminKI
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakuni; Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
intil colon: Liquid Paints Iii all .hades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all deigns; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all.description., and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention given lo orders hy mail.
T. T. TfiAPP SO OO.,
dwjlySto Columbia Street, New Westmihsteh.
Josh Billings says; "With all your getting, get knowledge.'' Solomon nojph, "Oct Understanding."
LEAVING YOU TO DECIDE Wltifcrf YOU WOULD PllEFElt, WE WOULD
.ADD .THAT TIISIW! AM. PLENTY OP PLACES TO
....... OBTAINjJ-ltsrFOn-tlER, BUT'       - *   •
GRANT & MACLURE'S
IS THE PLACE TO OBTAIN THE LATTER.
MIKA KUMTUX?
- dwJeSSto
j. s. manson,
Merchant Tailor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA ST. NEW WESTMINSTER
noldly
A mm r-uu aavioe w weir mil auuuy, u>
TOstningeni and others, respecting any proposed Investment In  land, whether In
their own hands for sale, or otherwise,
Bank Buildings, Mary Bt,, City, dw7nto
BON MARCHE.
JOTtT BBOmVID,
A Special Line of Winter Dress Ms
SO  CE1TTS.
—AND—;
A large Quantity of Extra Quality Yarn
SO  CP-E-fcTTS FES   LB.
WALKER & SHADWELL,   -   -   NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
GLOBE HOUSE.
Millinery,
Millinery.
Latest .Fails FasDaioas.
dacsto MRS. WM. RAE.
PAEMEBS,
ATTENTION
3294, AGRE8
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
TjfX^-A competent man is now on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
dwauglto
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nover varies.  A mnrvol of
purity.HtrcnirthnndwlioIe-iomGnoNri. More
economical tlian tlio onllimry kinds,and
eannot be sold In com petition wllutbe
multitude of low test, Hliort weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only ln cans,
RoyalEakinu Powdkb Co., 199 Wall Bt*,
Naw York.
8fely
POR RENT.
A PINE NEW BRICK   RESIDENCE
on Agnoa Htreet.
dnofflwl      JAMES CUNNINOHAM.
TO RENT.
A CANNERY AND KALTERY situated
(A on Subdivision Lola oil) of Lot].,
JlookO. Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dnoftc Land Agent.
Tug for Sale!
TUQ BOAT 78 FEET; COMPOUND MA*
ohlnery, by Eastern makers,
Messrs. BEWIOKE A WULPFSOHN,
djatltc Vancouver, B. 0.
gail*) f ritish Columbian
Satatrdv EveiU*. Dee. I. in*.
ToLet.
FURNISHED ROOMS,
In Suite or Single,
At MRS. E. C. BTIRSKY'S,
Columbia street,
saropposlte Catholic Churoh.    dnosotc
Board and Lodging.
COMFORTABLE ROOMS with Board,
V Pleusantsltuatlon; nice locality. Apply to
MRS. J. E. M1NARD-BLACK,
Pievost Street,
dlmSBno East of Douglas Street.
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Noxt to Trinity church.
Lout Experience Im the bnalneaa,
 daOJlyCm	
W.C.LOYfc,
Repairing: Neatly Done*  Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
■HTOrdors promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In roar of Colonial Hotel, noxt to Ruud Bros.' offlce.  dnolto
Dress-Making!
Blisses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster, B, C
r Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplsto
-P-aV-BCXQjV A TIT.T]
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(Late of England)
Corner of Churoh and Columbia StreeU,
NEW WEBTMINSTER.
wSfttisfactlon guaranteed.    dwfe7to
Winter Time Table I
STR. "RAINBOW"
LEAVES VICTORIA FOR WESTMIN-
ster
Every Monday & Friday*
Leaves WoKtminster for Victoria
Every Thursday & Saturday,
At 7 A. M,
Loaves Westminster for Voncouvorand
Nanaimo,
Every Tuesday IHorniug
At 7 o'olook, returning the following day,
W. J. MATHERS,
dwoc23m3 Agent,
so oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—and—
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Ami trananet all Buatnoa. relating to
Beat Estate,
—AGENTS FOR—
london Aisurmco Corporation.
Connretlrnt Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London nnd Lancashire life Auar*
nncoCo.
Canton Insurance Offlce, U, (Marine)
prPioESi
Columbia St., New West'r.
4: Government St., Victoria
dWuMyl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANI.
French weather predictions last
year reached the highest recorded
owurancy, 90 per cent proving correct.
Au electric current observed on a
telephone lino running from Bridge-
water, Nova Scotia, to the mines
thirty miles away, is supposed to be
produced by a "natural battery,"
formed by deposits of copper, silver,
lead and iron ores in the vicinity of
tbo.gold mine.
A Wood-Pbeservative Sulphate of copper is recommended for
keeping posts and timber from decay.
Telegraph poles in Norway aro said
to bo preserved by boring incli-holos
about twu|faeL from the ground, and
filling withTlio sulphate of copper
crystals, afterward plugging the
holes with wood. The oryitals
gradually dissolvo and permeate the
wood, turning it a  greenish   color.
Hem Possibiutieb.—The number
of eggs a hen may lay has been estimated by a German naturalist a*
follows: The ovary of a hen contain! about 600 embryo eggi, of
whioh not more than 20 are matured
in the first year. The second year
produces 120; tho third, 135; tho
fourth, 114; and in the following
four years the number is decreased
by 20 yearly. In tho ninth year only
10 eggs can he expected.
Edison's "Jumbo" dynamos, with
a capacity of 1,200 light* were
electric generators of astonishing
size four years ago. A London
lighting station is now being built,
however, two 3000 horse-power
Ferranti dymanos, eaeh of which
will supply current for 25,000 lamps.
These will be followed by some 10,-
000 horse-power dynamos, eaeh
weighing 500 tons and having an
armature 45 feet in diameter.
Distribution op Illiteracy.—
Statistics collected in Germany show
that in lloumania, Servia and Russia
about 18 per cent of the inhabitants are unable to read and write;
in Spain, 63 per cent; Italy, 48 per
cent; Hungary, 43 per cent; Austria, 49 por cent; Ireland, 21 per
cont; France and Belguim, 15 per
cent;England, 13 per oent; Holland, 10 per cent; United States,
(white population), 8 per cent;
Scotland, 7 per cent; Switzerland,
2.5 per cent; aud in the whole German Empire, 1 per cent; while in
Sweden, Denmark, Bavaria, Baden
and Wurtemburg there is practically
no one who cannot read and write.
Aluminium.—New experiments
in manufacturing aluminium on a
large scale continue to be made.
The Oowless Brothen, whose electric
smelting furnace has now been in
successful operation in the United
States for several years, are opening
out in England, A somewhat different electno process, that of M.
Heroult, is being employed at Neu-
hausen, Switzerland, where a
crucible capable of producing 400
pounds of aluuinium per day has
juit been set up, and yields an
average of one pound of aluminium
for each fifteen horse-power hours of
cnorgy expended, Neither of those
methods gives the pure metal, but
its useful alloys. Centner's efforts
to cheapen tho sodium process have
givon results so encouraging that he
has recently opened works near
Brimingham, with an estimated daily
capacity of 500 pounds of sodium.
This process turns out pure aluminium rat less than half its former cost,
or about fifteen shillings per pound.
Effects of Tobacco.—Howevor
harmless tobacco may be to moderate and careful users—who, as Dr.
C. W. Lyman states in a late entertaining paper, may avoid tome of
the virulent oil and nicotine by
thorough combustion ond clean pipes
or cigar-holders—it il unquestionably
capable of producing most poisonous
effects. The most noticeable and
important symptom of nicotine-
poisoning is a depressed action of
tho heart, often known as "smoker's heart." ln an experimental observation of 38 boys, of all classes
nnd of average health, who had been
using tobacco for periods ranging
from two months to two years, 32
wero found to have irregularity of
the heart's action, disordered stomachs, coughs, and a craving for alcohol; 27 showed severe injury to con.
stitution and growth; 13 had inter
THE HECLA MINE
Fired by g Murderous Fiend. Eight
Hen Lose Their Lives. The
Fire Raging Fiercely.
Littlewood, the Englishman, Wins
the Six Days' Walking Hatch.
Best Bccord Broken,
A Noble I'lillailelpliiaii Leaves 85,-
000,000 to be Spent in Educating Poor Boys.
A NEW NAW VASD.
New Yosk, Doc 1.—The naval
commission to select a site for new
navy yard on the Pacific coast, north
of 42nd paraloll of north latitude, in
Oregon, Washington territory, or Alaska will shortly proceed woat.
A I'ANIO.
N«w York, Deo. 1. ■ A ory of "firo"
in the Oriental theatro luat niglit
created a panic. Tho crowd rushed
toward the doors and many were
knocked down and trampled upon, but
none killed.
mit tency of the pulse; and one had
consumption. These symptoms disappeared within a year after the
tobacco-habit was abandoned. The
Maoris of New Zealand wero finely
devoloped and powerful peoplo at
the time of the advent among them
of tho Europeans, but a passionate
fondness for tobacco has sprung up
among them, and has resulted in
decimating their numbers and reducing them to a very inferior physical condition, There it a widespread belief that tobacco is a powerful germ-killer, and an Italian
physiologist has just obtained some
scientific confirmation of this view,
Varioui microbes—tuch as those of
cholera, typhoid (ever, and pneumonia—were expoied to the fumes
of burning tobacco, and in every
case the subsequent development of
tho germs was either greatly retarded or prevented altogether.
Further experiments will bo made
to dotermine the germicide value of
tobacco and ita constituents, and
whether smoking can over olaim
any place in the treatment or prevention of disease,
Children Cryfor PitehirtCaitorla
DYNAMITE EXPIOHION.
LExnranw, Ky.* Dec. 1.—A box ot
dynamite exploded laat night just west
of here on the Kentucky Central railroad, and four men were killed.
THANKS, AWFULLY.
Nkw York, Dec. 1.—The World
■.peculates this morning on what would
happen should Canada be annexed to
the U.S. It figures out that there
would probably be 14 new senators and
4*2 new representatives, and Cunada
would probably obtain a placo in the
cabinet. The whole new country could
easily be divided into 27 states and
territories.
COWARDLY WHITE CAPS,
CmoiHNATi, Dec. 1.—"White OapB"
last night brutally whipped Mrs. Annie
Jester and her daughter, near Sardinia. The entire seotion is searching
for the perpetrators. If discovered
they will be lynched.
ACID DID IT.
TitusvaLLe, Pa., Deo. 1.—A natural gas pipe under the building of tho
Broughton acid works exploded last
night and the place was burned to the
ground. Acid had eaten through the
pipe.   Low, 975,000.
HIE STRIKING SWITCHMEN.
Indianapolis, Dec. 1.—The situation regarding tho strikes does not
show signs of immediate improvement.
The strikers remain firm and all efforts
at a compromise have so far been un-
unavailing. Chief Serge, of the Fireman's Brotherhood, hus been here for
several days, and Chief Arthur is expected in a day or two. The railroads
aro moving some ean. with new men
and tho aid of passenger conductors
ao.ting as switchmen,
A MURDEROUS FIEND.
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 1.—Tho fire
iu the mine still burns furiously. Of
the 200 miners at work, all escaped
but oight, who are still entombed. The
firo is the deliberate work of a murderous fiend who would not only destroy
the mine but the lives of the nilnenTas
well.
TUB SCORE.
New York, Deo. 1 (noon).-—Littllo-
wood, 680; Herty, 505; Moore, 529;
Cartwright, 515; Noremac, 508; HatL
500.
2 p.m.— Littlewood, 695; Herty,
573; Moore, 630; Cartwright, 622;
Noremac, 510; Hart, 515; Conuor,511;
Howarth, 510; Golden, 604; Mason,
602; Campana.427; Taylor, 421; Elson,
406; Peach, 248; Smith, 195. At this
hour Littlewood is six miles and six
laps ahead of hit previous world record
of 588 miles and 2 laps. Ho li In wonderful condition. It ii confidently expected he will break all records
to-night.
THE CEREAL.
San Francisco, Dec. 1.-Wheat
weak; buyer, season, 164|; buyer, 88,
156!; buyer. 89,166!.
New York, Dm. 1.—Wheat firm;
Deo. 1051; Jan. IOtig; Feby 108*; Mny
my
Chicaoo, Dec. 1.—Dec. 102?; Jan.
1044; May 109*.
NO RESCUE POSSIBLE.
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 1.—Tho firo
lu mine is still burning fiercely and is
apparently beyond control. No hopes
are entertained of rescuing the eight
imprisoned miners. Tho mine officials
are preparing to fight the fire with carbolic aoid gas in the samo manner ns
last yoar.
A GRAND MAN.
Philadelphia, Deo. 1.—At noon
to-day Isiah N. Wilson, of this city,
gave tu a board of seven trustees property valued at $5,000,000 tn bo spent
by them at thoir discretion in giving
poor boys of Philadelphia froc education in iiiuohtuiie.il trades.
a quick I'Ahsaijh.
, San Francisco, Dec. 1.—Thu str.
Ynqiiiiii, Bay, built in BnUimoru for
tho Oregon Development Cu,, and
which is to take tho place of tho Btr.
Yaiiuina Oity, arrived this morning,
having made tho paisago in 63 days,
9 hours.
the last act.
New Haven, Conn., Dec. 1,—Tho
mysterious murder caie by which Jnu,
B. King, n prominent society man, lost
his life has had a very dramatic ending,
Tho body uf Geo. Donovan, who killed
King in a fit of jealously over a woman,
was found in the reservoir this morning, where he had thrown himself after
murdering his rival.
a railway combination.
Chicago, Doc. 1.—An agreement
has been arrived at by the representatives of roads running east from Chicago to advance rates on grain, dressed
beef, live stock, &o. The Grand
Trunk demanded a ten cont rate on
dressed beef to Boston and New England points via Montreal. The rate
to New York will be 47c. with 2o. differential to tho Erie and Grand Trunk
on business not via Montreal, The
managers moot this morning when tho
queition with the O. T. R will be
settled. General Freight Agent Sta-
trt, of the Pennsylvania R. R., said:
" I think everything will bo settled.
Everybody is disposed to make concessions and the agroemont, if
will bo observed."
and thence to Rio Janeiro through the
straits of Magellan to Valparaiso;
thenoe to the Sandwich Islands, Japan
and China.
STILL CONTINUES.
Indianapolis, Deo, 1.—The switchmen's strike continues. Last night's
conference between the committee of
strikers and the superintendents resulted in nothing. The strike is not interfering with traffic. All trains are
running on schedule time, new men
having taken the strikers phtcea.
SLEET AND SNOW STORMS,
Kansas City, Dec. 1.—A sleet and
snow storm extending over the Western and Southern part of tbe state has
been the cause of serious delays on all
railroiids west. Most of the trains aro
twelve to fifteen hours late.
THE GREAT OPIUM CASE.
AunuitN, N. Y.-j Deo, 1.—At opening of U, S. court this morning, Judgo
Brundage summed up for lawyer
Haines uf Seattle in the opium smutr-
gling conspiracy case. Tho great
weight of his argument was a denunciation of lawyer Stone of Ogdenaburg,
who turned states'evidence, aud an
eulogy oa Haines' good character. Ho
closed by endeavoring to show the absurdity of Haines engaging in uny
Buch plot, urging the jury not to givo
any weight to the testimony of a perjured villain. U. S. Attorney Lock-
wood followed for the government and
carefully reviewed the testimony upon
which he asked for tho conviction of
the defendants.
THE MOTIVE UNKNOWN,
New Haven, Conn., Dec. 1.—The
body of Geo. Donovan, who it has now
been learned murdered John King the
young law student on Thursday night
on a crowded street, was found in the
reservoir this morning. The motive
of the murder is yet to be learned.
A LUCKY CONDUCTOR.
Ottawa, Deo. 1.—A conductor on
the C.P.R. named James VanAIstine
has fallen heir to an estate in Scotland
valued at over 81,000,000 through the
death of a near relative. H leaves for
Scotland in a few days, accompanied
by a lawyer, to attend to his interests.
GOLDWIN SMITH WILL RETIRE.
Toronto, Dec. 1.—The Commercial
Union Olub held a meeting last night.
Goldwin Smith, who was elected president, intimated his probably early
withdrawal from active politics.
A WARNING TO DYNAMITERS,
Dublin, Dec. 1.—Bishop O'Dwyer,
of Limerick, has intimated that unless
the boycotting of a man named Ryra'n
shall cease he will close tho church of
tho parish in which the farm is located
and suspend all sacraments, massesand
burials.
BAUDIN'S GRAVE
To-Morrow Hay be the Scene of
Another French Revolution.
Great Alarm in Fftrii.
The Spanish Cortes Meet, bnt Dispense with the Usual Pomp and
Splendor for Good Seasons.
A Scotch Member of the Imperial
Commons Refuses to Apologise
and is Expelled the House,
A FINE CRUISE,
New York, Doc. 1.—The captain of
the new cruiser Atlanta haa received
orden to sail from here soon after New
Year's day for a cruise around the
world, going tint to the Weat Indies
UTE DESPATCHES.
UURDEROUS REDSKINS.
Tucson, Am., Nov. 20.—Tho four
Apache militaiy schools which in June,
1887, mutinied and escaped with other
Indians from the reservation and were
afterwards captured and sentenced by
court martial to imprisonment at Alca-
tras*, but were pardoned by the president three weeks ago, were brought
here to-day and will bo tried for the
murder of Mike Gray and a man named
Diehl, committed after leaving the
reservation.
BLOODY SHOOTING AFFRAY.
Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. 26.—Word
has just reached here of a terrible shooting affray at Yiau, Indian territory,
which resulted in the death of four
Cherokee Indians, Geo. Starr, Isaac
Gertie, Jessie Landrum, and Boot
Henzen. The three last named were
drunk and Starr was one of a poise
sent to arrest them. The shooting became general and Ed. Starr, brother
of George, was shot through the hand.
VERONA BALDWIN OUT FOR MAYOR.
Los Angeles, Nov. 26.—A local
paper prints a card from Verona Baldwin, widely known on account of her
suit against "Lucky" Baldwin, announcing her candidacy for mayor of
Los Angeles, and appealing to all fair-
minded people to support her, and
promising a pure administration.
[Verona Baldwin is well-known on
the sound. She is a native of Olympin,
where her aged father now resides,and
formerly lived iu Tacoma for a yoar or
more.]
THE EIGHT-HOUR MOVEMENT.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 26.—A local
paper Bays: Although as far as oan be
learned the local trades societies have
not received any intimation from Chicago of tho organization of the eight-
hour movement, to be carried through
at the convention of tlie American federation of labor whioh is to meet in this
city Dec. 11th, thero is no doubt that
the movement is well under way.
Circulars explaining aud urging it have
been sent out to all organizations supposed to favor such n scheme, and it
will probably be the leading work of
tho convention. American socialists
aro tho pushers of tho scheme, and it
is thoir ide& to havo it come tu a focus
in 1890, tho probable result uf which
will bo a general strike.
IIARR'SOX'S   1I0MK.
Indianapolis, Nov. 26.—The president-elect passed a quiet, but busy day
in his library. He had fow callers. The
"Harrison Home Club," an organization
with a membership of 700 prominent Indianapolis republicans, and which did
somo very effective work In the gencnrl's
interest at Chicago and throughout the
campaign, has decided to maintain per*
manent organization. Handsome head-
quarters will bo opened whero newspapers and political literature of every kind
will be kept, aad out of town visitors entertained. Pending the intervals between elections the club will devote its
attention to securing enactments of laws
looking to the amendment of the present
election laws for tho purification of elections and punishment of fraud and
bribery. It Ib believed this will
prove ono of the first political clubs in
the United Stutes incorporated for this
purpose,
ORDINARY PRECAUTIONS,
Vienna, Nov. 27.*—At the meeting of
the budget committee, Count Welslier-
herlmb stated that It was necessary to
expedite measures for enabling the government to mobilize the landwehr.   For-
A CRITICAL DAT.
Paris, Deo. 1.—There is gnat
anxiety over the demonstration to be
made to-morrow at the grave of Baa-
din, the victim of the eottp d' etat of
1851. Even with the absence of Opportunists and Boulangiits, who an
advised by their leader to keep away,
there will be an immense gathering.
The Communists will muster in full
force under the protection of tha municipal council which takes charge of the
ceremonies ou the occasion, Extreme
radicals, intnmigmt*rt*s,toeiaUsts and
anarchists are sure to be there. A
moro dangerous assemblage oould not
be got together, but the arrangements
of the government to preserve order
aro complete. The entire police force
of the city will be on duty. Troops
will be posted so as to surround the
entire crowd and be ready to aot on the
slightest aypearance of disorder. Tlie
government expects peace will be maintained. It is conscious it is passing
through a crisis in whioh its own existence is threatened. It will be sharply
watched by all parties, par Ocularly by
Boulangists and Opportunists, who
will seek in its acts or failure to aot tomorrow causes for its overthrow.
"BRAVO GRAHAM."
London, Dec. 1.—In the boon of
commons to-day the speaker ordered
Mr, Graham, the liberal member for
the Northwest division of Lanarkshire, to withdraw from the house because he had acccused Mr. Smith, Ute
government leader, of conniving at a
dishonorable trick, and refused to retract the accusation. As Graham waa
leaving the house a member shouted
"Bzato Graham."
In an interview Graham explained
that the trouble arose over Ute action
of Brooko Robinson, conservative
member for Dudley, in putting a notion on paper to prevent discussion
upon the chain makers' grievianoes.
Graham had characterized this as a
dishonorable trick and had expi
pressed
his belief that the government had in-
Bttgated Robinson to perform it He
had refused to withdraw this statement
and hence his dismissal. Graham says
he will not apologize, no matter what
the ieault may be.
NOT ON BUSINESS.
London, Deo. 1.—The presence of
President Roiwell Miller in the oity at
this timo excited tho curiosity of the
St. Paul bondhulden who are anxious
to know what measures he proposes to
take with reference to their interest.
Mr. Miller was seen today and Questioned on the subject He declared
ho was Bimply on pleasure and disavowed any business intentions.
THE SPANISH CORTES.
Madrid, Bee. 1,—The cortes reassembled yesterday and the session wm
opened without pomp or even the
usual ceremony. There was no speech
from the throne, and the address to
the queen was voted without debate.
It is supposed the cabinet desired to
avoid the discussion of serious questions while the country is still agitated.
WHEAT.
Liverpool, Deo. I,—Wheat dull:
Cala., 7s. 10£d. *
GAINING STRENGTH.
London, Dec. 1.—Mr. Bright eon*
tinues to gain strength.
THE EMPEROR   REOOVXRIMQ.
Berin, Dec. 1.—The emperor It recovering from his recent indisposition,
but is still confined to bis bed room.
hey eclipse tho old grounds of
ml, or any other oountry, la
days.   Shoals npon rtoals,
morly the vigorous and prompt use of
tho landwehr was not contemplated, but
the present military and political situa
tion demanded either a material increase
of tho army or such effective arrangements that the landwehr would be able
to answer all calls upon troops tn the
field, Tho expenditures affixed to the
budget for this purpose would amount to
1,041,460 francs, and included the Bum
to be used for the purchase of rifles,
which were being made at the rate of
30,000 per month,
ALASKA FISHERIES.
San Fbanoisco, Nov. 26. — OttvJt
Smith, superintendent and one of she
owners of the Kodiac Packing company,
hoe returned from the Island of Kodiac,
Alaska, by the bark Lizzie Williams.
He says, "There were four canneries
running during the season whioh has
just closed there, My company put np
26,000 coses, the Aleutian bland Trading and Fishing company 33,000, the
Karluk company 100,000, the Arctic
company 37,000, making in all 147.000
coses. There were, besides this, probably 1500 barrels of salt salmon pat np.
The four companies employed about one
hundred white men and 350 Chinese,
and get these salmon all from one little
river in the island, the Karbun. Over
on Cook's Inlet the Cutting Packing
company put up 26,000 oases and the
Northern Packing company 12,000, making a total of 88,000 from tut pout,
these being the only companies were,
Tho fishing ground*, of the world are In
Alaska, Thore is no question in my
mind that thoy * "    "" '   '
Newfoundland,
its palmiest days.       .....  ,
show upon shoals* wherever yon go you
soe fish.
THE PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, Nov. 29.—The Parnell
commission resumed its sitting to-day,
Police Inspector Crane testified that
the progress of crime in Ireland wu
coincident with tho formation of the
national league. Not even- member
of tho league was a moonlighter, but a
majority of the moonlighters belonged
to the league. The witness admitted
that ho was unable to trace directly
any connection between the persona
convicted of committing outrages and
the league. No league official had been
convietod of committing outrages. He
knew of no crimes connected with the
home rule agitation, or with the extension of the franchise.. Th« crimes
principally arise from disputes about
tho land. Inspector Rico deposed that
he understood that the moonlighters
executed the behests of the .sane, but
on cross-examination the witness eoald
not give a single instance of the Und.
In his VaoiTAjuPnii^rJr;Par»e.
oo hw riven to the world the ftSSsof
long BclentiOe research In the whole
realm of medical science, oombtned wHh'
new and valuable dlsoovitlae never ben-
fore known to man. Ibr DtMcato md
Debd.tated Constitutions Parmelee'a Pills
act like a charm. Taken in small doses,
tho effect is both a tonic and o stimulant,
mildly exciting the secretions of the
body, giving tone and vigor.
Children CijfaJ»jtctor'i&^
■ THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
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BYTES
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At tli.lr Steam   Printing Eatabllan-
ineul, Colnmbla Street.
BY   HaTli
For 13 nuinllis 18 00
For « momha i SS
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11EUVER15I1 IH THE OITY:
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PaymenVin' ail cases [except for weeki}.
rale) to be made In advance.
THE WEEKLY OOLUMBIAN
l.auial vyrry WrtlnraHaj Morula*.
lleltverwl In tlio City, per year....... .S:t.00
Matlloil, per year...
Mailed, (J months,...
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... 1.S
gaUg fritiBlt Columbian
latunlar Eve.la*. Dee. I, lug.
Regarding tho injunction pro-
curod in tho Southern Railway
matter, particulars of which wo
published yesterday, well - wishers
of tho railway, and of the city's
interests, havo no cause for alarm
as yet, as tho injunction wus obtained on an ex parte statement,
und really menus vory little so far.
Tho parties injunctcd have not been
informed of tho aryuinont or grounds
ou which tho injunction was obtained, and the arguments on both
sides have yet to be heard. It
would bo rather interesting to hear
the grounds on which Messrs. Lord
and Lundbom undertook to act
for all the ratepayers, when it is
well known that the great majority
of the ratepayers aro opposed to tho
spirit of their action. A still more
interesting question—for the bold
injunotors—is, what security are
they prepared to give for costs,
which will be very heavy, if the
injunction is not sustained—a contingency more probable than otherwise.
The story of the outrages still goes
on before the commission at Lon
don. It has become monotonous
and uninteresting, and would seem to
accomplish no object except that of
dragging the case out and squandering money. The expenses of the
commission are said to be fabulous.
An exchange says on this point:
"The authorities must surely have
counted the cost and believed themselves to have some solid ground beneath them before they undertook
such an enormous outlay. It is
said that the expense for witnesses
alone amounts to $4,000 a day. The
two counsel, in addition to their
original fees of $25,000 and $20,000
respectively, receive a daily honorarium, or palm-warmer, so to speak,
to the tuno of $400. Then there
are inferior legal gentlemen who engulf as much more. And all this is
exclusive of tho outlay of getting
up the caso in Ireland, Paris and
America." The Times, of course,
will have its share of the expenses
to pay, aud there is the othor side
of the case—that of Parnell and his
associates—which will not be so expensive, but, at the same time, will
prove a terrible drain on the resources of the Irish patriots, if protracted for a considerable length of time
yet, as would appear to be the prospect from present indications. It is
not much wonder that appeals are
being made to America for contributions to the Parnell fund, appeals
which in many cases have been met
by liberal responses.
Not only docs the great empire of
which we form a part pervado every
clime, every continent, and every
sea, but its growth is continuous,
not alone in wealth, resources and
population, but also in area. Vast
us are its widely distributed territories they are constantly being augmented. Thus a new British protectorate has now been established
in Borneo over u considerable portion of that island, the largest in the
worl with the doubtful exception of
New Guinea, also the scene of newly-
acquired territory, and giving Australia its deserved rank as a continent. The protectorate will include
about 70,000 square miles, no inconsiderable addition even to such an
empire us ours. It will take in all
the north and northwest coast of
the island, embracing Sarawak,
Brunei nud British North Borneo.
The latter was established a few
years ago hy a company that hai
been very successful. The friendly
Sultan of Brunei is quite willing to
bring his small and diminished oountry under tho new arrangement
Sarawak, which covors Imlf the area,
is best known from its romantic history. Juit about half a contury
ago Sir James Brooke, an Englishman, became its Rajah, and he and
his nephew and successor have dono
much to civilize the country which
they ruled us independent potentate*. It is a land fertile for agriculture and rich in minerals, so that
it forms a valuablo acquisition. Beside* our natural intereit in the addition to the Britiih Empire, this
enlargement is not without a special
interest for us in Canada. Even
now its trade iB estimated at over
$5,000,000, and ander the new
regime this it sure to be largely in-
cretied. It produces much uut we
contume, and with our opening communications with that part of the
world we may well look to secure a
■hare of its commerce.
Uo them to recall or conceive something of the terriblo degradation, the
heart-rending and life-long misery,
which is tho heritage of .Uio.nsands,
if not millions, of wretched 'human
creatures in what is doubtless the
richest city in the world. Dr. Bar-
na'rdo'a Home is doing a great work,
but, compared with tho necessities of
the case, it is,of course,sadly limited.
The number of orphan nnd destitute
children in this home, irrespective
of sex, of age, or of physical infirmity, is now nearly three thousand.
As tho whole work is entirely do-
ipendent upon tho contributions of
itho benevolent public, pnjss notices
■of tbe charitable enterprise uro requested to enlist tho attention and
practical sympathies of those who
wish to assist in alleviating the suffering and distress of their unfortunate fellow creatures. Br. Barnar-
do and his associates are constantly
endeavoring to enlarge the sphere of
their operations, forced to do so by
the overwhelming prossure of need
and wretohedness on every hand,
and increased support from tho benevolent publio is consequently required. Dr. Bernardo's own words
will givo the best idea of tho nature
of his work and tho diflicultios encountered. He says: "Tho nature
nnd number of the applications for
relief which reach me almost daily
aro boyond my power of description;
sometimes beyond the power of my
large stall' to deal with, though thoy
labor on uncomplainingly early and
late. These applicants are as diverse as can well be imagined. They
comprehend both sexes und all ages
from youth to hoar hairs. It is bewildering and heart-sickening to sit
in my poverty bureau, if I may so
term it, and listen, as my helpers
have to do, for hours to tales which
convey such an almost uniform story
of suffering and want. For tho
adults among these I am, alas! able
to do almost nothing, although it
may be taken for granted that I
never turn away even an adult without giving help if it lies in my
power. But these powers, so far as
grown persons are concerned, are
necessarily very limited. For the
children, however, I strain every
nerve to let not one come to our
doors and go away unhelped. What
that means hardly any reader of
these pages can imagine. For now
they come to roe from every village,
hamlet, and town of the kingdom,
The lodging-houses, too, pour out almost daily their most wretched child
applicants for aid." For those who
wish fuller information and take a
deeper interest iu this subject, we
would recommend a perusal of flight
and Day, edited by Dr. Barnardo,
ut "18 to 26 Stopnoy Causeway,
London, E., Eng.," the address of
the "Children's Homo," also.
There is nothing equal to Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator for destroying worms, No article of its kind has
given such satisfaction.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastoria
Methodist cnvncii. Mar;
Street, Bev. i. H. White, Pastor.
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p. na. Holiday
School and ililile Class 2:30 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.30p.m. Seats
tree; strangers cordially invited.
BAPTIST OHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
Eaat oi Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services nt 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
School andBlble Clasa at 2:30 p. m. API
ser.ts tree; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Itov. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
qt. PAUL'S ufiuncii, John street,
Q Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor, Services every Sunday
nt 11 n. m. and 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
at7:30 o'clock, scats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.
\rr C. T. ^.-REGULAR MEETING
VV • overy Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at tho W. C. T. V. Headquarter.,
llouglns St, Loyal Legion in tho same
placo overy Friday ftlternoon. Mas. Jas.
Cunningham, President; Miss DeBkci,-,
Secretary. dn»21to
BOARD OF TRADE. Board Room,
oddfellows Brick Block, up-stalra,
Council meets on the Hist and third Mon-
•Iny In each month, at 8 p. m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
nnd Nov., nt 7:30 p. m. Now members
may be proposed and elected at any Quarterly inceting.-D, RonsoN.Sec.
■      UNION LODOR No, O, A. V
^M_- A A. H.— The regular com-
_\__K munloations of tbls Lodge are
/ *** \ held on the llrst Monday lu each
mouth. Sojourning brethren are eordlu,-
iy invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
reZMc Secretary.
Laud Registry Ordinance, 1870
The N. E. } of Section 34, Township 3,
in tho District of New Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
title of Joseph Hoskin to the above
mentioned land has been lostordestroyed
and npnllcat lon hus been made for a duplicate thereof. Notice Is tboreforo hereby
given thnt a fresh certificate of title will
be Issued In lieu of that so lost or destroyed, or caase be shown to the contrary
within ono month from the date hereof.
R. tt. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Land Registry Office,
Now Westminster, Nov. 00, IE'8.
nosodlm
We have received a copy of Night
and Bag for November, a magazine
publiihe* in London, Eng., in th*
intowtoof "Br, Barnardo'i Home*
(c-Dntitat* Children." It is lull
of facts and illustrations illustrating
the work and experience ef this benevolent institution among the unfortunate waifs and strays of the
world'* metropolis. Those who have
had rajr actual experience of London, or who h»v* *ven bean ordi-
Binr reader*, do not need to hue
tlMltla-«>«dM*owr^«ni*jUdto*raa.
Pioneer flardwaro Store
ESTABLISHED 1.1 2.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
COLUMIIA ITIEET, WEHWHSTEB, I. C.
IMPORTER OF
HARDWARE
PAINTS, OILS,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY,
Wall Paper*, Wooden Ware,
Stoves and Ranges
IN GREAT VAMEPry,
TIMMRE, NOUOW WARE, PLUMBEU' HOODS,
IRON PIPES mo Finmoi.
MANUFACTURER of TINWARE
EMPLOYS NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS
WORKMEN.
Contracts for Sheet Iron Cornice Work,
GifFlUHwr, Plutablni, Boofini, Ao.
dlOocly
FURNISHED BEDROOMS
BIO LET.    IN  CENTRAL  I'OSITION.
Apply "X. Y.'/,.,"
dno!7tl2 Olllcoof Coliilublttll.
US' T K "ST ^
LAIDLAW & C0.'S
C-A-N-N-E-D
PLUMS
A PERFECT TREAT.
TO BE  HAD AT
€.   McDonongh's*
Welch, Rithet & Co.,
(ltio2m2 Agents, Victoria.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S SLOCK,
Columbia street.       Hew TTeala.ln.ler.
noldwly
Dominion^ Lands.
Itr YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pro-emptlon or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Goverr
ment,  '
DO NOT PAY GASH
largo discount.
and save a
quantities from
ALLOWAV & CHAMPION
_3J_.2ir__\____B,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK   FHOM
TIIK BtMf. OF BRITISH COMJMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwmhflto
North British and
mercantile
-FI-RE    p
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Authorized Capital, • JE3,000,000
Sabicrlbed " • 2,500,000
Paid up, .     625,000
Fire Fund A Reserves, as
at 31st Dec, 1887,       -      1,188,112
Revenue Fire Branch,     1,2!9,3M
KF*Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 0. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City and
District. dje22to
H. MOREY & CO.
ARE NOW BIIOWINU A LARGE AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OP
Cbristmas Cards,
BOOKLETS and
NOVELTIES.
Canadian, American & English.
New & Beautiful Designs.
Thoy linvo ulno reoolvedthelr first Shipment of
Toys and Fancy Goods I
Forthe Holiday Trade,
Do not purchase elsewhere beforo seeing
them.
II. MOREY it CO.,
Columbia Btreet,
C. E. WOODS A. G. GAMBLE.
Lud Suivivoi.
Mtmpt Public.
Woods, Turner & Cambls
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
l|WBIU«IWB|
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Aj&JBMTTB  7011
, j—The Weitern of Toronto.Tho .-Etna, The City of London, and The Hartford.
UVR.—The New York Life Insurance Oo.
ACCIDKNT-Tlie Travellers'of Hartford
Land larveylMf In all Its branches accurately and promptly oarried oat.
City and Inbnrban Lands tar lale*
We oan show a complete Hit of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands* Improved and unlm-
rovoii, throughout the dlstrlot.
Mining nnd other Stock bought and
sold.
Money to Lean on first mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tklrfhonb Call No. 83.
P. O. Dbawkb W.
WOODS. TPBNKR * OAMBLK,
OmU, tLUIVI lUMK,    •    OOLUsMU tTMIT
NBW WESTMINSTER.
dmbUte
PORT  HAMMOND
NUR_SERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees-
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything Unit-class and furnished ln
good shape.
n-guSend 15 cts. for valuable 80-page De-
scrliitlvo Cutaloguo with 6 beautiful colored plates.  Price Lists sent free,
G. W. HENRY,
dwdelCtc. Port Hammond, B. C.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
^A VINO  TAKEN   POSSESSION OF
the l-Temperance House," fronting
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate tbe traveling publio
at the following rates:
Board per day » f 1 00
"      " week fi 00
Single Meal     35
Beds «     35
M-Good accommodation for Ladles and
families. myttc
Flowers for sale
TENDBBS WANTED
NEW WESTMINSTER
Southern Railway I
N. W. S. R'y Office, Nov, 13, ISSS,
TENDERS WILL BE nEOEIVED UP
lo Saturday, Dee. 1st* for the construction of the
RAILWAY  FERRY-BOAT,
according toplansand specifications to be
seen »t this oflice.
Tho Company does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
dnol2ld
ALBERT J. HILL.
Chief Engineer.
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A GENERAL   MEETING WILL  BE
held In the COURT HOUSE on
Saturday the BJJiid Dcc'r,
AT 8 P. M.
Pdbpobe—Drawing for tho Eighth Appropriation of 81,000.
Members 1 n arrears aro requested to pay
all dues at the Secretary')- office, Bunk
Buildings, Mary street, before that date so
as to lessen the Secretary's work on that
evening.
New members will bo admitted tothe
Drawing on payment of entrance fee, SI,
and  four weeks* subscriptions, $2 per
B-Torder,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Secretary.
22nd November, 1888. duo22ul
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER,
Embalming a SptwItUj.
Dealer In Wooden ami Mrtalle Burial Caskets. Fu..eraU conducted.
A fall line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed In every particular.
dwoclto Columiia St. Niw Weit.
Contract Retail
FAILING TO  SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATPTRESSES
Mouth«° Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
mW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts,
N. B.—A first-class Upholsterer employed.
danOtc    P- PEEBLES.
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
.„»* MAINLAND.
ItTThoy are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home Manufacture- and should be
patronized by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer.
nOLBROOK BUILDING,
COLUMBIA STREET.        NEW WHTNINtTER.
dwlTioly
To Tenants]
WHVDOYOUPAVREHT?
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE HAVE FOR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Locitcd, at Low Price ud
Buy Terms.
Excellent fiHILSINGI LOTS
In Best Looility, on Euy Terml,
TO BE OFFERED FOB ONLY A FEW
DAYS.  CAM. EARLY AND QET
GOOD SELECTION.
RAND BROS.
Westman Island, B. C, Nov. 30th, 1888.
Messrs, F. G. Strickland & Co.,
New Westminster.
Dear Sirs '.—.I bought one of your Maxwell Binders last
July, and it has given me the best of satisfaction in every respect.
My grain and straw was very heavy, and a good deal of it was
badly lodged, and 1 thought it could not be cut by machine, but
thanks to the Maxwell machine, it picked it up and cut it like a
charm. I have visited many of the surrounding farms but have
yet failed to sec any grain cut so clean as mine. I feel proud of
the machine and would strongly recommend the Maxwell above
all others. Yours faithfully,
iiwmuto _____ James Faulkner,
ROYAL OITY
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MASUVACTUHERS -UO DEALERS IN
All Kinfls or Bongl ana Dressed Lmber
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS. TRAYS,
-_._ST2_> _______ XX-STX3B O-T
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets*
Bailings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolOdwly
BKITM CDLI1BU HEAT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
■EAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL. FRESH AND CORNED
HEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
*srSpecial lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to place their orders with the above firm.
d28noly
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING 660 AORES
A Prairie Land, 5 miles from Fort
Mood**i 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road,
Cau be purchased with or without stock,
Terms easy.—Apply to
A. MoLEAN,
PlltMeadows;
or to SHANNON & HALL
(1 waulSto Vancouver.
Coal, Wood -Bark
THE UNDERSIQNEP  KEEPS   CON-
stantly ln stook tho
BEST WELLINOTON GOAL
 ALSO—
Wood and Bark,
Which   he will   sell   at the LOWEST
KATES and deliver promptly.
n-k Orders left at the stores of Mr. Mo-
Coll and Mr. McDonough will receive
attention.
teams rail HIRE. Stables, corner of
Douglas and Columbia Streets.
HENRY ELLIOTT,
New West., a C, Nov. 22,1888.   dno2Sto
ITOTIOE
HENRY VTOMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AHD—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
-Tonn—
!**«
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
NBW WESTMINSTEB,  •  B. 0.
Opp. Postofflce and next-loorlo Ihe
Bank of British Columbia.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN ALL FABT8 0¥ TUB
City and Dlstrlot of New
Westminster,
-AKD—
CITY » VANCOUVER
AOINT FOR
ne Mud* Lift iuirtBM Co.,
The VetlOMl Fire Anergic* Co.,
Ike Verwlek Vilon Fire Inraruee
Seelel*.
•rltau Erect**. « lull Kalile .1
HTABUSHED, A.D., MM.
mm
SPTIOT*
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
L. made application to the Ciller Com-
mlaaloner of Lands A Works for a license
to cut, tell and carry away timber from
(!"> R'1P.wl.nM*Fr'SS"'' l*n*t.slt«aUln
the District o( New Westminster. Commencing at a tree squared for a poat about
half a mite east from tbe north-west corner ot tbe Moodyvllle Sawmill Co.1 limit,
situate about two milea north-west from
Grower point, mainland of British Colnmbla; thence as fo!lowa-Ea.t 40 chain.,
aouth 20 ohalns, eaat aoehalns, north 40
chains, west 20 chains, north 40 chaina,
•rest20 chaina, north 160 chains, weatHO
chaina, south 20 chains, weat 20 ehalns,
aouth 180 chains, enst 20 ohalna, thence
aouth 20 chains to place of commence*
ment. containing 1000 acres, more or leas,
JOHN H. MILTON,
By hia Agent, Charles E. Woods.
New West., B. c, Nov, 12, UBS.    dnoPUml
SALE
—K>R—
Sixty Days!
^j&_._n.M.
—AND—
DEMOCRAT & EXPRESS
WA00NS,
Baps, [tutu, Etc.
—AJJBO—
COMPRISING
BDGOT GEAR, (HAFTS,
PATBBT WUBLI, FOLK,
HUBS, SPOKBI. RIBS,
U.BIGH BCMHBBS.
BARD WOOD LUBBER,
FELLOE!, ETC., BTO.
All tht abovo' will be »ld »t coat for
ouh (or 60 day., u we wut to milw
om for mw machinery.
PThta stock ha. been Imported direct
from th. manufacturer,, ud 1s ol the
very best quality.
BEID A OUBBIE.
dwnolmJ ,
GREAT SLAUGHTER
 -IB	
oTOVESJJTOVES!
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
TXAVE MADE SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN THIS
"^" line to meet the different arrangements now in order,
and now offer the largest stock of HEATING and COOKING
STOVES and RANGES ever imported into the Province,
AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH THOSE
THAT WISH TO BUY.
We sell three carloads of Stoves to one sold by any firm in
B, C, which speaks for itself. Intending buyers will consult
their interests by giving us a call. No trouble to show our
goods or quote prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Water St., VANCOUVER.
Colnmbla St., WESTMINSTER.
dwnolyl
H. T. READ & CO.]
(Masonic Block, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARD.
WARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTINTION 18 CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.]
We bave on hand a large stock of Magnetic Oxide Fire-proof Paint-*
warranted 92 per ct. pure oxide. Bo high a grade sold by no other house in the oity.
rwDurlng the year that we havo opened wo have materially reduced the.prices of
everything In our line, and hope by strict attention to business to receive a contln'
uance ot the public patronage. -..-.i......
noldwly
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
T
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
|HE UNDERSIQNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRON-WORKING i
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinds of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BIiACHSMITHINd, at price, considerably lower
than before,   It is our intention to have in the course of a few weeks *
BRASS A IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Buaincaa. We have the LARGEST STOOK and
BK3T TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B, 0., ud employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee sail*
fiction ia workmanship a. well a. pricea, We have obtained the service, of a
First-Class Horse-SLocr, and that part of our Business will have special
attention.
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will have
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable ratea,
A luge stock of Wagons, Expresses and Bnggies, of the belt quality,
for salo.
We also keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinda of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE'S OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria prim.
tr Estimate, ud tenders given on all kinda of Ironwork. Call and inapect
our Stook ud get our Prices, and yon will uve money by It.
dwjlywto BEID & OUBBIE.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
-i_z_-__-_r_T-_.cy-m-_.BBB or
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICULTURAL tt ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. 8;—All order, from tbe upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolanO
Douglas & Deighton,
taUmiFMltfflERS ANO IMPSflTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES
¥HIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,      New Westmlnater, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW,
noldwly
C. McDONOUCH,
(LDNDBOMa-l BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
TVHATiT*r»  EH*
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Conatutly cm Hud u Extuuiv. Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots A Shoes, Hate A Caps,
Oroekery, Glassware, Ac.
GrettViAtyofHouieholdArtlolM.  Alio,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, MME snd  GENERAL STORES,
H. ■,-Fwm Produoe kwiht at markit rate, or mid on communion, aav.ord.ra
from tha Interior promptly attended to.  dwjefite
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN eVREICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT,
Dams, Bacen, Sausage, Boltjcnas, Btc
dnolrl
"l<K:. BIBLE ALLnSIOOTTO TnEOKAFM.
ttbtt tbl Sacred Toiumo Says nt Ensravt*.
_ In* and iloolumtltiug.
Tho Bible la frequently referred to At
a source of Information in regard to the
ancient methods of engraving, preserving record*, making books, eto. Below will be' found somo of Ita nost
striking allusions to auch topics t
So he wrote letters In Ahab'a nam-',
snd sealed them with hi* coal.—II Eings
nl. 8.    -__-, —_-
In the name of King Ahasueros was tt
Wilton, and sealed with the king's ting,
—[Esther 111.1°.
And because of all this ire mike t
sure covenant and write It; and our
Princes, Lovltus, and Frioats, seal unto
It.-'Nehemlah ll. 98.
And he said, What pled'e shall f give
thee? And sho laid, Thy signet, and thy
bracelets, and thy stab* that Is tn thine
band.—[Genesis will, 8.
With the work of an engravor In stone,
like the ongravlngs of * signet, Shalt
thou engrave the two stones with the
mimes of tho ohildren of Israel; thou
shalt make them to be set in ouches
of gold—[Exodus nvlll. 11.
And a stone waa brought and laid
upon tho mouth of the den; and the
king sealed It with his own signet,
and with tho Bignet ot his Lords; that
tlio purpose might not be changed con*
earning Daniel.—(Daniel vl. 17.
Tho paper-reeds by the brooks, 'and
everything sown by the brooks, shall
wither, be driven away and be no more.
-[Isaiah xii. 71,
Oli that one would heir me, behold my
desire Is, that tho Almighty would answer me, *nd that ray adversary bad
written a hook l-[Job nil. 35.
And further, by these, my son, be
ndliionlshed: of making many books
there Is no end; ud muoh study Is *
weariness ot the flash.—lEeoloslastas
rJi. 13.
Oh that my words were now written!
Oh that they were printed a book I
That they were graven with an Iron pen
. and lead In tho rock forever I—[Job
Six. 93, 34.
Having miny things to writ* unto
J'ou, I would not write with paper and
nk; but I trust to icome unto you,
and speak face to face.—[Second Epistle
olJohn.M.
The sin of Judah Is mitten with a pen
ot iron, ud with the point ot a diamond;
It li graven upon the table ot their
heart, and upon the horns ot your
altars.—[Jeremiah ivll, 1,
Then Darius tbe king made t decree,'
snd soarch was made in the house of
the rolls, where the treasures wore laid
lip In Babylon. And thero was found
at Achmetha, In the palace that Is In the
province ot the Modes, a roll, and
therein wis a record, thus written.—
lEa-aVd. 1,9. _^
•"'    *-*'»''   "i- ,
■  -rra-rDRTMAXDin* etuatm*
A STOUT WITH A UOBla,   at*
About twenty-five years since thaaub-
etance of the following poem was related
to tht writer, tho Rev. Ephraim Mosely,
by a family servant on a Louisiana plantation. A young lad, returning from a
successful terrapin hunting expedition,
, showed his prize, a snapping turtle, to
the old plantation "oraclo," who forth.
t with lie-sled Ills auditor with a story. .
I.. ■'
Afar down Bout dar's a lonely lake ^p
Dut'a bordered roun' by a tangled brake.
> What cypress trunks wid llat tnJlln'
m _ mon*.
Stand towtHn' over de live-oik's glass.
And lotus rat's nil uroiin' its r in,
Low floattn', saving in de shadow* dim;
And dar de waters so silent lie,
Dey seemed liko part of a midnight sky.
»•■   _y, u-uo'„	
De moon shines dar like a sliver platet»
Each star above sees a sleepin' mate
Down dar, whar oven de stars mii;lit rest
An' Time slop still on (loir unstirred
breast;
An' sunrise, sunset may dye dem red,
But noonday sun shlnin' overhead
Cau't light dem waters wid brasen glare
Thro' pale mists hangla' Uka omtalns
•   oere.
-'       *■*   m.-
No mill, SUM Noth land' from death,
Upon dat shore ovor let' his mark;
No man, sines Adam in KuVn stood,
Has ever etept in dat solitude; ■ —.
De Varmints only, dat nightly roam,
Or birds ol air may liave (tnui'dat homo;
And dar, 'fore blrf-days of Abel or Cain,
A turtle Uved wid u tall whito crane.
IT.
' D**> dwelt ln peace, and dey fished and
played,
D* turlcle .dived what dt crone couldn't
wade,
An' drlv de fish to tho atdge ot de lake,
Whar mister crane kop' his eves awake
" "gigged " dem thro' wid ''
And "gigged " dem thro' wid his p'iutod
PTwell he*nd turklo had cotched delr fill.
Dl* partnership might have stood till
now,
But dldn't^and dls Is de reason bow j
""•   "
Dey get too fst an' too lacy bote,
When oneweuld fish den doudder'd lost;
Dey quarl'd, de crane call de turlfle
black,
De turklo answer de crano right baok,
And sez, " You fish ln your Sunday ololo
Whilst I gits muddy up to my nose;"
De crane no soy dat " de turkle's shell
All slushed wlo mud 'peered just** well.
VI.  •*
De turkle sis dat" I'm betterti yon,'
For I got four lalgs and you got two,
De* I sleep down bouoai de oak ■
An' you roos' high in de rain an' smoke;
De cold days come, u' I make* my
mound,
Whilst you muat Jirney d* 'srth hall
roun',
Or your long neck ootoh da sorefroat
bad,
An" I fee larfjn' while you teals sad.'1.
VII,
"But my two lalgs longer'n tea M
yourn,"
Thus set da crane, "an' I'm swiftly
>        borne
Whar you can't climb wid de** wings ot
Dat fluh'ilka snow ta dl bright sun-
•bine."
" Kin you cotoh fish ln dit lofty sky?
J'ou trus' your wings an' you bown" tg
Bemark d* turkle, " tho' I can't rise,
I crawl* an-gltowhir dovlotuil* Ue»."
. vm.
And dar d*y starved, ford* turkl* 'f****4
To dredge de bottom, bektse oooiaed
Of woarin' olose ot a color made i
To suit d* work' whar hi* talents laid.
De crue couldn't dive in' he couldn't
No fUhrlt up to dat lakelet'* brim,    n*
, So hongry, vadin' too far he drowned,
Di turkle died und* hard dry around, -
4 -[Southern Bivouac,
*'* .'* H.
A ■brdWo-ttla* Unt,
* ToM*s 'Boonomy: "What, can't go
down this itreetf   Creditor might see
I *_-_. li-Mm!_____'a l1*"*' aVmnn ;of
' your sblllty, enterprise md experience
could surely And some way to bo without creditor*."
Dick Swlveller. jr.! "Ky dear boy.
"JSP onl"J*''ow i Why, It takes all my
ability, wtatpllsaand eiperlence, I po*-
ltlvely Us awake o' nights, inventing
w*ysto mako'em trait me."
A Blower.
A man with a nd no** applied to the
theatrical maugar for a poiition.
"Where were you employed lut*"
asked tho manager,
" I was ln the orchestra."
" Whit Instrument did you Mow—th*
fim
aw, I blowoutth«k«wen«I«mpa
f otter thap«loi:aWC9WMOVi)r,"-[-i:(ttM
Pittlngi, ™   _,-w v_
IMPORTED OHEESB.
Nearly ft HJlUon *UirUa«* -.Vuith n--'.
tear.
•'Tliehftportatlon of forelfin eli-ag-jinto
thla country last year amounted to owr
$950,01*0," said a dealer,   '      *
" Tho principal foreign chooses aro the
Stilton, Choddar, Cheshire and Gloucester choose, from England; Gruyoro from
■Switzerland, Hoquefort. Camembcrt,
Pout I'Eveque, fromage 'de Brio and
Neufchatol, from Franco; Edam cheese
from Holland; Parmesa, fromaglo Romans and Cacolo Cuvollo Kapoll, from
Italy.
"Stilton cheese Is In the shape of fl
cylinder, ten Inches In height and eight
inches in diameter. It Is worth 15 cents
por pound Wholesale.
" Choddar is similar to factory choose
In appearance, and is worth 32 cents.
Both choddar and Gloucester ore flat
ohcoscs, and aro worth 28 cents.
" Tlio genuine Grtiyore cheoso comes
from Switzerland, although an inferior
article is made in France.
"Tho s-tIks Gruyei-o cheese measures
three feot across. Four cheeses, weighing about 150 pounds, nro packed In a
tub for exportation. Swiss Gruyore ts
worth 25 cents per pound.
" Bnquefort cheese Is mado from the
milk or gouts, ripened in limestone eaves.
Each cheese weighs llvo poinds nnd is
won h 85 cents per pounds. An old French
gentleman, residing on Stitton Island,
owns a large herd of goals and makes
a very fair article of Itbmiefort cheese.
He supp ies quite a number of dealers
and Is worth quite a little fortune made
in tho business.
"Camembcrt cheese Is Imported ln
boxes of live dozen ptoses and wholesales at (3,60 por dozen. Pom 1'Evequo
Is worth $3 per dozen and fr*image de
Brio $1,50 por p.ece. No-i.-jtifliol, a
species of pot-cheese, is wr.-i p10 cents
por portion. Limburgor mode hero is
worth 12 cents.
" Tlio bright red Edam ch.-ese from
Holland, as round as a camion mil and
almost as hard, is worth $10 a cose of a
dozen leaves.
" Parmesan cheese, almost exclusively
used ln tho preparation of macaroni,
comes from Italy In tubs containing five
loaves, and is worth 28 cents per pound.
" The favorite cheese of the Kalians Is
the Cdccio Cavallo or horse-heat cheese,
which Is shipped to this country from
Naples, and retails at 30 cents.
"It is only a quostlon of a very littlo
timo whon all those vnrlotics of foreign
cheese can bo Bticce-tslullj* reproduced
here in our own dairies."
i md.
:.ii*9,'! and
enn tribute
luted, it is
• Gulna tn
uted with
lily's best
A Bhrrlaf* Hart la Roumanl*.   -
A remarkable custom exists nmong the
Roumanians living In the we-i-i ly Carpathians. Every year, at tho J'--i-t of the
Apostles Peter and Paul, a in * • *et Is hold
ou (ho crest of tho G.ilria,div *i 5,000 to
6,000 feet above the level of U,*> sea, and
hero all the marrln'-cable {■ i*l*> ot the
entire district assem Lie wit ti t i.eir parcaU
in order to be viewed und -!««
Mothers, aunts, grandt:-:
various other female Irion*. •■
to the dowry, and this com*
carried to the nini-l;et on i;>
neatly mado trunks, de*<
flowers aud carried by the I.
horses. Cattle, bees, and o:
hold requisites are also added to the
dowry,
On the Gains every family which has
a marriageable daughter ot-i-iii-ios a distinct tent, ln which the dowry Is exhibited, and In whioh .the Uide-vlewwi
ore expected. -
The bachelors, too, are flecrtftpttled
by parents or relatives, in whoso company they Inspect tho c-lrls who are
eligible. The young men brio*** tho best
they possess, and each must particularly
come with a girdle of gold or t-lvor.
After the brides aro chosei! Un; publio
betrothal takos place, being conducted
by a hermit who lives in th is lonely spot.
The mark of betrothal is i.ut a ring,
but a beautifully embroidered handkerchief. The betrothal Is in many cases
pre-arranged, but the ceromuny must be
gone through all the same.
If a girl goes to the market knowing
beforehand that an admirer will be thero
to claim her, so much tlie better tor her.
Still sho must take her dowry and oo
oupy her tent ud plaoe kawtlt on view
liko the test.
■   i Caro or the Hands*
A woman, whose pretty hands nre
being ruined by washing in hard water,
wri'<■!■*■ to ask a remedy.
Water can be easily softened by a fow
drops of ammonia, or what Is bettor a
small piece of lump borax. Wiii-h
•.valor, into which, enough borax 1 s
be-u dissolved to make tho water ■**><■! a
Utile slippery when pressed between
the thumbnail finger, Is very good for
Washing tho hands.
Kinds kept dirty are never smooth
and white, Absolute deanliuess is ne-
cejeary.
Many people who do not work-wash
their hands but seldom. Tho day's i.c-
cumulation of dirt Is allowed lo ru-miin
on tho hands all night, Upon rising,
the hands are washed in cold water..
The possessor wonders why. wJi.\ sho
does no work, her hands do-tiot lm)!* nny
better, if as woll as hereliaiil'iortiiuld'-i.
The hands should always be wa-diud In
warm soapsuds beforo gfiti-a to bid.
White soaps are safest. Hij:l;ly scented
and colored soaps aroalmo t hiv-iti::* ly
made from rancid and ill-*-me ling riiw.
Aftor the hands are thoroughly diN},
Use a few drops from a bottle of luixeil
glycerine and camphor, which jv.fi
druggist can prepare for you. Drop into
the palm el the hands and rub on tho
hands.
This will be all that will be nocossnry
to show a decided Improvement.—[The
Bepublio. <|t
Which Ii tlie Better?
The personal household of Queen
Victoria is composed of over a thousand
pel-sons, and costs the nation annually
two million dollars:
Attached to our President's household are twenty-one secretaries, clerks,
dmirheepors, messengers, etc., nt an
aggregate salary of 131,804. Thoro nro
ftbua out a dozen gardeners uud tiLmr
employees detailed for service at iho
White Houso from other depoiUueuts.
m 4 I > '■
P*/eluf tor Lovt.
A loving New England couple dyed for
one another a few days ego.
The man was froulod with the snows
Of seventy years, while she who was to
be his blushing bride had thu ravon lucks
of forty.
lie dyed his hair black, thinking to
please her, and she, ignorant of hi*- iioMo
■acrilluo, bleached ner hair whito to
pleu.-ji-liim,
Thui-owas ft strange faroflaoee whon
tbey next mot.
Biblical.
On the opposite side of the ear wero
two women, who were talking mtlier
loudly.
Said ono: "Did you know Sarah had
had another lot of money loft hor by
her cousin's will?"
"Law mol" exfllaimed  the  other:
Tlio Bible novorsatd a truer tiling than
- them that has gits I'"
'   "■     *4>>i ■■ .
tabor Uiefal and Onwraental.
In New York women make IS cents a
day eroohotl; :t b1i;iw1s.
This is a i'-. :nef ul condition of things;
and yet In tho: imo city thoro aro young
women who p.--.it p'-M,-ies and hniutuer
brass, and dcu't int.iio li cot -_.i a week.
And yet they don't Co:-- .n—but their
parents do.—[Norriatown Herald.
■*!»-*>■     '  .   ■*•
Out One* ai Mootb.
First Dude (to mate): " Morey, Harry,
deah boy, d.n't aesoclale with t it
dwoadfiil Snooks*    Our set call him
L':^,;ne.'" .. ,    ■
i'^-.A Dude: "Deah me, What an
oo.hi*tr.o,  1-awelon, dcahboyl"   .
Bound DupIi) : " I h, because We've Out
hlp,yoUieo."-lTld-DU3.
Agents: T. M. HIBBEN a\ CO., Victoria,
dwno2Im3
&
■fcTOTIOB.
OTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. application will be made to the Log-
jalatlvo Assembly nf tbe Province of Brt-
tlt.li Colombia, nt its next session, ror an
act to incorporate n Company to construct
and work a rnllway from some point on
tho norlh side of th" Fraser river between
Pitt river nnd Lot 171!, Group One, In the
District nf New Westminster, to some
point on Burrard Inlet within the limits
of tbe City of Vancouver, via Buruaby
lake.
Dntcd 23rd November, 1888.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
dnoEGwO       Solicitors for the Applicants.
$200 REWARD!
WHEREAS CERTAIN PARTIES have
been secretly using Dynamite or
other explosives Id diverting the water
from Vedder Crook and making a channel lending Into tho Liick-a-kuck Itiver
from Vedder Creek, thereby causing an
Incrcnso of water in the Luck-n-kui-k
River;
We, tbo undersigned, oiler Two Hundred Dollars Reward for such evidence ns
will lend to the conviction of said parlies,
Houatjo Wkiiii, A. p. Wells, A. 8.
VEDDKn, Wh. BiiANCiiFLOWKit, Rout.
Stevenson, M. Hwkbtman, Mrs. J.
Evans, S. Dumkill, 0. T. Hiqoinhon.
November 1,1888. dwnolml
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Is simple. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells and t issues of the body with
the same proximate prlnolpics, and fer-
ments.Organlc Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared lu tho body by tho
glands. For sale by
d8uuto M. DESBRISAY.
film
-tfTOTXO^L
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
„ . application will be made to the Legislative Assembly of tho Provinco of British Columbia, at Its next session, for an
Act to amend "The New Westminstor
Southern Railway" Company Act of Incorporation by nulhorlBlng said railway
company to extend Its line from some
point on south bank of the Fruser Rlvor
opposite the city of New Westminster to
■ome point within the limits of the oity
of New Westminster on the nortii bank of
tho Fraser River,
And by Inserting the word "may" after
the word''Company" tn tho first line of
the second clause of said Act,
And by Inserting the words "divided
Into shares of ono hundred dollars each"
after the word "dollars" ln the second
line of the eighth clause of said Aet,
And by making certain parts of the
"Vanoouver Island Railway Clauses Consolidation Aot, 1863," apply to said Company, and otber and further amendments.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated this 23rd day of Nov,, '88   noMdew
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll Sixty days after dale I Intend mak
lug application to the Chief Commission'
er of l,ands and Works to purchase twelve
(12) acres, moro or less, of pastoral luud,
described as follows: Bolngasmall Island
off Shelter Point, on Southeast side of the
entrance to Gillies Bny, Texada Island,
New Westminster District.
ARCHIBALD DICK.
October 20th, 1888. '      '
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry! Machine Works
mHE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
J_ works have much pleasure in notifying their friends and the public thnt they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work ln their line
with wblch they may be favored.
A. McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmy!2tc
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
Corporation or the City of New
Westminster, It. C.
TENDERS WILL BI3 RECEIVED AT
the (ifllcc of the City Clerk up to noon
onthelOth day of December, 1888, for tbo
whole or part of tho
to be issued pursuant to "Tho Workshops
Bonus Bylaw, 18S8," ojul "Tho Ferry Service Hyliiw, 1888,"
By oi-der, J. A. ROBINSON,
dnolltd C. M. O.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
Wl E R C H A IM TS.,
WHARF STREET * VICTORIA.
AOBHTTS   -TOR
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H.O. BEETON A CO.,
86 Finstmry Circus,
London, E. G.
Assessment Act, 1888.
Dlstrlot of New Westminster.
THE COURT OF REVISION AND AP-
peal aylll hold its first sittings for the
yoar at tb. OH, Itll, 1* 111. Ola; or Va*.
e.*.*r,on
WEDNESDAY, THE TWELFTH DAY OF DECEMBER, ISSS,
At 10 o'olook In llie forenoon, and at Die
Cart lloaae. In th. City of New West.
aliMter, on
FRIDAY, THE F00RTEEHTH DAY DECEMBER, ISSS,
At 2 o'olook In tho afternoon.
Dited the twenty-first dny of Novem-
nnlHdavtd
BY THE COURT.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN THAT
sixty days after date wo intend making application to thn Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purohuso tho following described lauds,
situate In Coast District, British Columbia, on Valdei Island*
1. Commencing at the S. W. corner of
Lot3t, Range 1; thenoe north 22 chains,
west 63 obalns, to east boundary of Lot 17:
south 80 chains, to north boundary of Lot
10; east 80 ohalns, to shore line of Hoskyn
Inlet; thence northerly, following shore
line to pointof commencement—containing 665 acres*,
2. Commencing at tho N. E. corner of
Traot No. 1, as nbove; tbence north along
west boundary of Lot 31, 41 chains, to the
N. W. corner of Lot 34; thence east 6
chains, to tho slioro line of Village Bay
Lake; thence northerly along west shore
line of Village Bay Lake, about 99 chains,
to a point where our Lease L crosses satd
lake: thence west 66 chains and 87 links,
south 80 chains, east 63 obalns, to point or
commencement—containing 470 aores.
8. Commenelng at tho N.W. earner of
Tract No. 1, as above; thonco north 80
chains, west 40 obalns. south 80 chains,
«Mt40chnins---<!ontainlBg320 acres.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
By their Agent, Ciiari.rb K. Woods.
New West, B.C., Oct. 81,1888.       dnolmS
Hajrison fiql^rinfis, B, G.
HIALTH AND PLIABVRK KHS0RT,
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
iaimhtaRt Vapor aad Private Baths,
With experienced Attendants.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
Terms) $1,110 to 13.00 per day.
Only 6 miles from Agassis Station, 0. P.
R. Reduced It. It. and Steamboat rates.
Excursion rates good for 00 days from
Westminster to Agassis'.Station nnd return, is. Saturday excursion rate, good
until following Monday, t2.f>0.  Comfort-
tble Stages meet all trains, Tickets oan
e obUlusd at R. Ih offloe.     dapWcSaw
Guns! Guns!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle.
AIL KINDS OF SPORTING GOODS.
BEAR, BEAVER AHD ALL OTHER TRAPS.
A SPECIALTY.
A fino lino of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods, &o.
***T)io Inmost assortment of single
and Double, Breech and -fiizzle-lnnillng
SHOT-aUNS In tho province, from SS up
to ,100.  W. W. Greener Huns.
S. II. WEBB,
AucTioNKEn A Appraiser.
New Westminster, B. C.       dwsel0m3
ESTABLISHED 1SS9.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Uciriy Oppoiite ttie Colonial Uttel,
NBW WESTMINSTEB,
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of ill descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fara.
ttie*, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST1 POSSIBLE TRICKS.
jiffslisn
OLD STAND,
0pp. the v. P. N. Co.'8 Wharf*,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
OXiOT*HH*N*a-
Millinery,
Ladles' & Children's Apparel,
Clroccries, Crockery, Cordage, dSft
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, drain, Feed, &c
FARM "PRODUCE
BOUOHT OB SOLD ON COMMISSION.
■fcTOTlOB-
I HAVE THIS PAY SOLD TO MESSRS.
MANAHAN & RI-It'llKNBAI'll llie WllOti!
of my goodwill and interest In the Dutober
Buslnexs so long carried on by me, known
uk tho
LONDON MARKET,
And In tbanklng my customer!- for tbe
long patronage bestowed on me, beg them
most respectfully to transfer the samoio
my successors,
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West., 81st Oct., 1888.        dwoc31ml
GOVERNMENT ST
VICTORIA B Jk.
The Largest aud Finest Selection of
PIANOS & ORGANS
In Brltmli Columbia, from tbe Best
Makers lu the World.
STEOK
Mason & Ilmiillit.
BA|l8ACO.,N0VVork.
UHUBEKT A CO., New York.
HOKftaml BOBBNBB, Berlin.
IIOHlNIOf**, RONIB1-H A otber Pianos.
ua. Pianos from 82G0 unwards; Organs
from m upwards. Old Instruments
taken In exchange. Tuning aud Repairing.    ..
72 Government Bt., Victoria.
Branch Houho, Vancouver, B. O.     dwtc
STOTXOB.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. THAT
application will l>e made at tlie next
session ot tbo parliament of Camilla for
an act to Incorporate a company for tlio
SurpoHo of constructing, equipping, mainlining and operating a line of railway
from tbo Oity of Victoria, British Columbia, to some point or points at or near
Shoal Harbor and Swartz Bay, North
Saanich, Vancouver Island, and of extending tho said rail way by ferry communications from the said points to all or
any of the following points on tbe mainland of British Columbia, vis: To some
point or placo ator near Garry Point, Lulu
Island, as well as to Home other point on
the south side of Fraser Blver at or near
Canoe Pass and to some other point at or
near Point Roberts and also of constructing, maintaining and operating one or
more lines of railway from nny or nil of
tho aforesaid points on tbe said mainland
to tho cities of Vancouver nnd New Westminster and to the International Boundary lino so as to connect with the Canadian Pucltlc Railway or any branch thereof and with tbe railway syatem of the
United Stales with the usual powers to
build, own and operate a telegraph or
telephone lino, or both In connection with
the nbove mentioned lines and ferry, and
all necessary bridges and ferries and to
build own and operate steam and other
vessels and to take and acquire lands for
the rlghtof way. station grounds and other
necessities and to acquire lands or other
bonuses or aids from tho Government of
the Dominion of Canada or any Local
Government or Municipality Corporation
or person to assist in tbe construction of
the said railway and ferries and to make
tralllc aud other arrangement1) with other
railway or otber companies and for all
other usual and neccs-mry powers, rights
and privileges. YATES A JAY,
doc80m2    Solicitors for the Applicants.
WOVZOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application will be made at tbe next
session ot the Legislative Assembly of
British.Columbia for nn net to Incorporate
acompany forthe purpose of constructing,
line of railway from tho City oi Victoria,
British Columbia, to somo point or points
nt or near Shoal Harbor and Swartz Bay,
North Saanich, Vancouver Island, and of
extending tbe snld railway by ferry communications from the said points to all
or any of the following points on the
mainland of British Columbia, vis.: To
somo point or place at ur near Garry
Point, Lulu Island, as well as to some
other point on the south side of Fraser
River at or near Canoe Pass, and to some
other point nt or near Point Roberts, and
nlso of constructing, maintaining and
operating one or more lines of railway
from any or all of tho aforesaid points ou
the said mainland to the cities of Vancouver and NowWestmlnster, and to the
International Boundary line bo as to connect with the Canadian Pacific Railway
or with any branches thereof, and with
the railway system of the United States.
with tho usual powers to build, own and
operate a telegraph or telephone line or
bothlu connection with the abovo mentioned lines and ferry, nnd nil necessary
bridges and ferries, and to build, own end
operate steam and other vessels, nnd to
take and acquire landi for the right of
way, station grounds nud other necessities, and to acquire lands and other bonuses or aids from tho Government of the
Dominion of Canada or any local government or munlclpallly, corporation or person to assist lu the construction of the
snld railway and ferries, and to make
traffic and other arrangements with other
rnllway or other companies and for all
other usual and necessary powers, rights
and privileges. YATES A SAY,
docSOwO    Solicitors for the Applicants.
Front strkbt,   -   Niw Wksthinbtkr.
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MACHINERY
TJAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
fl connection In the East and else-
whero very considerably, we nro lu a position lo give prices on any class of Machinery that mpy bo required, including:
Marine nnd Stationary Engines and Boilers, Ptaneis, Matchers aud Moulders,
Bu**-* Pinners, Wood I-albcs, Band
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lalhei, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Machines, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two,Threo and Konr Blook Clreulnr Saw
Mills, Bnnd Saw Milli, Portable Engines nnd Boilers, nnd Hoisting
Engines, Also, John * Bertram
A Sons' and The London
Tool Co's Irou Working
Machinery,
Brick Machines nnd Crushers of either
tho Martin or Bnlrd mnke.
Mill Supplier) of nil descriptions, including Circular Saws, Solid, or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, wbloh we carry in
stock.
Stenm Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand*
M'Avitj's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, ns well aa Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Ropo. Plumb-
en and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot bo excelled, as outfits we have furnished hero will testify.
FRASER &1E0NARD,
Vantbl. St.,   Opp, New.-A*lr«rtlaer,
VANCOUVER, B, 0,
fowim-to
--■ANY MAN—
Who is We»k, Nervous, DebUIUUd,
who ln his Folly and Ignorance bas
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•che. Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
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all tbe ■ Acts leading to Early Decay,
Coninmntlon or Insanity, will find In
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Vital Power ln old and young, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds up tbe muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, With
our Speolflo No. S3 the mott obstinate
case can be cured In three months, nnd
recent ones In less than 30 days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price ti. Cures guaranteed, Our Speclflo
No. 21 is an Infallible t'nre for all Private Dlseaies, no matter of how long
standing. Bold under ourwrltten Guarantee to effect a Cure. Price $5. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto. Ont.
Land Ketfslry Ordinance, 1870
Lot No. 307, l J roup I, New Weatuiinster
WHEREAH THE CERTIFICATE OF
title of Mury Uowison to the above
mentioned lot has been lost or destroyed
aad application has been made for a duplicate thereof. Notice Is therefore hereby
J;lven thai afresh certificate will bo Issued
n lleuot thai so lost or destroyed unless
cause be shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 16th Nov., 1888.
dlOnovlm
1TOTIOEL
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi an application will bomadetothe
Parliament of Canada at Its uextsesslou
for au act to incorporate a Company to
build, equip, maintain and operate a line
of Railway from somo convenient point
on the northern bunko/ the Fruser river
within the municipal limits of the City of
New Westminster to some convenient
point on or near the 4Ut.li parallel of nortii
latitude betwoen Semlalimoo Bay and
Township Sixteen (10), In tho District of
New Westminster, Provinco of British
Columbia.
W. NORMAN BOLE.
Solicitor for Applicants.
Dated New Westminstor,
tho 28th day of Novum ber, 1888.
dnolOmfl
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jones
FRESH CALIFORNIA MD LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
djetnti
Holbrookjstate!
SALE o__r
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
are offered for sale, In part or whole:
LOT 5, BLOCK 5, Columbia and Front
streets, 66x182, with 0 stores thereon,
LOT 23, BLOCK 13-fi8xl32-Columbia and
Clarkson strects.wlth buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 A 18, BLOCKS, Mary street: 2
acres, with hard finished bouse and
orchard.
K LOT I, BLOOK 16, Columbia street,
LOT Si, GROUP l, Vancouver mad, containing 200 acres.
•wr-Tho above Property brings in a rental of 8286.00 per mouth
For further particulars and terms of
sale, npply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
New Westminster, B. C. doc23te
Public Notice
mHE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
J. Is hereby directed to the "Provincial
Henlth (small-pox) By-Laws, ISSS," issued
by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
In Council, under authority of the "Health
Ordinance, 18611."
been   appointed   Provincial
■ Districts lying south of
Having   	
Health officer for _  .„—„.........„.
Fraser River, I hereby give notice that
tbe provisions of said By-Laws will be
strictly enforced, nud all persons aro required to govern themselves accordingly.
It. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
Provincial Health Officer.
New West., Oct 6,1888. docflml
IL.S.1       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THE LIEUTENANT-G0VERN0R-
IN COUNCIL,
Undeb toe Authokitv. op the "Health
Ordinance, 186H"
CMSUIPTIOI
That dread terror, a disease so long
balling science and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now It Is no longer an Incurable malady even wbon given up by
physicians, hniitli enn yet be found In
iriirnii.iiilin, 111:111111 liiii vni us Kill 1111 ill
OUR REMEDY; It heals and soothes
the membrane of the Lungs, Inflamed
and poisoned by the ravages ol* tbls
fell dlsonse, and prevent*! ihe night
sweats nnd tightness aoross the chest
which accompany It.   Price IS.
OURE8   QUARANTHD.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
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Remember we manufacture and are the
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disease Invited. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent secure from
observation. Toronto Medicine Ca, Toronto, Out,
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Our magnificent preparations are war*
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In ordering please specify which yon
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the color nnd freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot be detected, 81.25.
No, 9 romoves wrinkles, 82. No. 10 removes Liver Spots, 81.25. Na 11 removes
Flesh Worms, il.tt No. 12 removes
Freckles, 81.25. No, 18 removes Pimples,
81.25. No. 1-1 removes Tan, 81.25. No. 15
removes Moles, 82. Na 18 removes Pock-
marks,«. No. 17 removes undue Perspi-
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restoration of the Hair, 81.25, Toronto
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THE BUST.
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Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
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TTIS HONOUR THE LIBUTENANT-
XI Governor of British Oolumbla, by
and with the advice of the Executive
Counoil of British Columbia, acting under
and by virtue ot tbe provisions of the
"Health Ordinance, 186t>," enacts as follows:—
1. Wbenever small-pox Is present ln any
locality withont the boundaries of nny
Municipality, tho Provincial Health Oflicer nearest to such locality shall at once
cause the patient to bo removed to nn
Isolated hospital, tent or other suitable
place, or cause such person to be otherwise sufficiently Isolated, nnd shall see
thnt ho Is properly cared for, and ehall
take proper measures for Ue disinfection,
or, If necessary, the destruction of all
clothing which may have been exposed to
the contagion, and for the disinfection
and purification of every conveyance,
rail-car, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehicle which mny have
beon exposed to tho contagion.
2, Such Health Officer shall hnvo. ln IiIb
discretion, full power to place iu another
building or tent nil persons who mny have
boon exposed to tho contagion, nnd shall
cause them to be supplied wit li all necessaries until tbo period of Incubation of
tbe disease shnll hnve dupped, and no
such person shall go, or bo permitted togo,
abroad, until ho or she has givon satis-
fnctory proof of successful vaccination
wlthlu the preceding seven yoars,or shall
havoohtniiiotin meilleal ccrllUcuteof Insusceptibility lo tho vncclno dlsoase, nor
until the clothing or cflects worn or carried by or with him nr her hnvo boon
eropcrly disinfected, if tho ■nino hnvo
een exposed lo contagion.
.!. To assist the Health Officer, ho shnll
hnve full powerto employ persons to bo
nurses,sanitary policemen,andotboiwise
to aid tn the prevention of tho spread of
tho dlsoase, and may himself glvo and enforce such reasonable dhections for the
same purpose as to him may soem expedient, and thenenrost Government Agent
shall see that all nrtlelosnnd necessaries
required by tho Health Officer are furnished.
4. II shall be tlio duty of every medical
practitioner who shall attend upon, or
glvo medical or surgical advice, to or
n ton I nny person suffering from smnll-
fnx, to glvo not Ice forthwith after he shal 1
ave commenced so to attend or glvo suoh
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Officer, When a householder knows that
a person within the house occupied by
him Is taken sick of smnll-pox, he shall
immediately give notice thereof to the
nearest Provincial Health Officer,
5. Tho Provincial Health Officer beforo
montloned Is nnd Includes nny person
appointed Henlth Officer under tbe
"Health Ordinance, lsiffl" by tlio Lieutenant-Governor In Council,
fl, Tho foregoing provisions shall hnve
no effect within the limits ot any Municipality, save ns hereinafter mentioned.
7. In case tbe Council ot any Munlclpallly, whenever small-pox Is present, or
likely to occur therein, shall full to mako
or carry out proper provisions to prevent
the Invasion or spread of small-pox within the Municipality, and complaint thereof shall bo madoto tho Lieutenant-Governor by the Council of nny adjacent
Municipality, It shnll be lawful for tbe
Lieutenant-Governor la Council, noting
upon sueh complaint or ln his discretion
upon otber Information, to order tbat
these regulations shnll, until otherwise
ordered, apr*" * ' '
the Munlol
occurs, and thereupon any .....
Health Officer shall have, within and In
respect of such Municipality all tho authority with which he Is clothed In respect of localities without Municipalities,
and In such enso all disbursements and
expenses paid bj the Province, ln tbe
earning out within such Municipality of
the foregoing regulations, shnll be paid by
such Municipality.
8. Those regulations mny bo cited ns the
"Provlnolnl Henlth (small-pox) By-Laws,
1888."
Dated at Victoria, this 3rd dny ot October, 1888.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
Provintial Secretary,
ii-iiuuiin aniiu,  mini utuerwiKa
tpply to and be in foroe within
lefnnlltyln which such negleot
md thereupon any Provincial
KTE-OT      GOODS!
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSOBPTH1D STOCK OF
tMz. _mmm.-____t--_i._-m ■
Which I will soil CHEAP FOR CASH.   I havo also made a Urn addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, 4o. An fi«peotlon of my
will satisfy any to-day that I have tho host aaaortment to be found In thu
CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
dwjolyl
No. 81, Columbia Snurrr.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CutorlalaKa^adapMtoealla^ot-tiat I Caitari* eta** Oolte, Oeffl    _
Boimtoine."     B.A.UBBB.'iD.,        IWtmcrm, trot imey, lit t
mtlo.O-t_tim.,Sieel-jt,s.-t.  I Wltlotimjnrtoo.m***ln**ln*i
Tm CnrritjB Oohhrt, 77 Hurray Btteet, S. Tj
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & ISYESTMBNT AGENCY, M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad 81. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP A MASON has been merged in tho above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agenay.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy tennB,
Victoria a c., May letb, 1887, dwjflfio
TIMETABLE
Btr. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chilliwhaok and way planes
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS nnd SATURDAYS, at 7 n. m., returning on the following dnys. For all further Information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyDtc On tbe Wharf,
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED PTO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates,
Snjiag ui All Eil of Tuning
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cor-lwoed delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone wilt receive prompt
attention.
■WStnblcs nearly opnoRlto C.P.R.Depot, Columbia St., NewW'est m I nster.
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. Poors.
Feed, Liyery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
I»E0*P-BI*E3T0*B.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
forHlre, Hacks call ut nil Steamers
nml Trains. Special attention given to
Hoarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left nt tho Office of Ma-
..\e_»A Milll-rnu.Comm	
Front Street, Now West,
them* MllliKau,CommiHslou Mei-oliaiitH,
"       "" dse21W
CHINA & JAPAN
Fancy Goods
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
consignment of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Board of Trade D. Bobson
Dry Goods, etc. ... .Ogle, Camhell A Co,
A clean sheet at tlie polico court today.
December 1st and a line warm day.
Thermometer 50 c
Freih Eastern Oysters by the cau at
B. J. Armstrong's. dse2litc
Freih Eutern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Club. *
-'Waterproof Blacking that Shines,"
at Grant & Maelure's Boot and Shoe
Store. *
Attention is called to Ogle, Campbell & Co.'s new adv. iu thii paper.
Read it
The iteamer Gladyi left for up river
pnrti this morning with friegnt and
paiiengen.
Aid. Alexander has refuied to
oppose Mayor Oppenheimer for the
mayoralty of Vancouver.
The beat selection of picture frames
in B.C., going at almost cost price, at
Thompson & Bovill'i studio.
Thsre was a rumor on the street
to-day that Mr. J. C, Armstrong intends to enter the mayoralty contest.
The steamer Irving returned from
Chilliwhack this afternoon with 30
passengers and a full load of farm produce.
Rowland Elliott, a well known pion-
oer of British Colnmbia, who oame to
tho country in 1858, died at the Royal
Columbian Hospital this morning.
TheC. P. 11. Tolegrnph company
conveyed free, yeiterday, all despatches
passing between the various Scottish
Societies to any part of the Dominion.
.Four children of Mr. Austin, Victoria, have died of diphtheria within
a week, Four others are afflicted
with the disease which is ol. (,n malignant type.
The total eclipse of the sun which
occurs on January let, 1880, will be
viewed at Winnipeg and Manitoba
generally with greater clearness than
in any part of the world.
Mr, Hendry's acceptance of the
requisition asking him io stand for
mayor, haa given great satisfaction
throughout tho city. Tho probability
is that he will bo unopposed.
Tho Governor-General,..in,. Council
has refused to interfere with the sentence of tho west coast Indian Tsymok-
wah, condemned to death for the
murder of tho Indian boy Moise.
Iu another column will be found two
well-written communications, contain*
ing food for thought, on the subject of
education. We may have something
more to say on tho aubject next week.
Tho hearing before the arbitrator in
tho case of McDougall vs. Brunette
Sawmills Co., in tho supreme oourt
was concluded to-day. It is expected
ihe arbitrator will mako his award
next week.
Thero were some talk on the atreet
to-day of asking the mayor to call a
public meeting to which Messrs. Lund-
bom and Lord will be invited and
asked to explain their conduct in regard to the railway trust injunction.
Sheurman who was arrested for
smuggling, has been lined 9125. He
says ho is not a smuggler and only
ordered tlie gnods for another person,
he in do tlm smuggling and divide the
profit. Ho also says he only smuggled
opium once.
The practice football match thii
afternoon commenced ihortly after 3
o'clock. The players entered into the
game heartily and contested every
point ns keenly us if playing fur the
championship. The matoh was won by
the team chosen by McMartin.
It will he soon from a notice in our
advertising columna that tho counoil of
the Board of Trade will meet regularly
hereafter ut 3 p.m., un the first and
third Monday in each month. The
first meeting under this new arrange*
ment takes place next Monday,
Co), Woodford 1ms intimated that
he would like to havo the working*
men turn ont t-oliil at his lecture tonight, as ho will have something to
say on the labor question. Besides
speaking to-iuutruw evening in the
Methodiit church, ths leoturer will
give a talk to the children and young
people, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
st the same place. Be invites mothers
to bring their babies to this meeting,
aud even the twins,
Mr. ttoiiii Pmitiii, the Ottawa on-
ginoei', haa returned home from Brazil. He was sent there by a syndicate
composed of Cuiindinn and American
capitalists tu survey n route for the
projected government railway. Tho
emperor, Dmn ft-dio, will make important concessions to the proper parties, agreeing to cany out a contract
on his conditions. There are serious
difficulties, Mr. Pontin is preparing
plans for the approval of the emperor.
The syndicate includes Mayor Abbott,
of Montreal, and other shareholders
of the 0. P. R.
We have received from M. W. Waitt
& Co., booksellers, Ac, Victoria, a
handsome book of "Views uf British
Oolumbia nnd Alaska,"" containing
maityontertuimm* glimpses of B.C.
snd Alaska soenory. Wo are surprised
however, thai while every other city,
snd many villages, in the' province ure
illustrated, the Royal Oity, with some
of its iuuumi-arable views, is altogether
ignored. Tliis Is very stupid, if
sn oversight, aud, if, intentional, is
decidedly foolish, as the value of the
book as s souvenir to send to friends
sbrosd, snd  its sales will bo thoreby
Cal. We-Mfert'i lecture.
Col. Geo. Woodford's second lecture
lust night at tho Methodist church was
largely attended. The subject, as on
Iho previous ni«ht, was "Temperance"
and the speaker handled his theme iu
a very forcible and telling manner.
Mr. Woodford is an excellent speaker
and his words carry conviction with
them. After hearing him ono does
nut wonder that bo has earned tho
reputation of being the foremost temperance leoturer on the continent. At
the conclusion of the lecture over 100
people signed the pledge. The lecturer speaks again to-night at the samo
place, and also to-morrow (Sunday)
night, at 7 o'clock, the regular hour
for evening service Tho lectures will
be continued part of next week.
The Latest Industry.
Tho pottery lately erected by Mana-
han Bros., the well-known brick makers is now in running order and tho
first make of pottery waa turned out
this morning. Everything worked
satisfactorily and tho work turned out
was fully up to tho expected standard.
Some pottery milk buBins and several
flower pots, well and neatly finished
and burned to a turn, wore the first
results, and if the same sucess attends
the next burnings, and there is uo roa
sun to expect otherwise, tho foundation
of an extensive business has boon laid.
Manahan Bros, have orders on hand
for over 2CD0 pots, and if theso nro
satisfactory to tho purchasers additional orders, which will keep the pottery
in constant operation, will be placed.
The Columbian welcomes thii new
industry and congratulates Manahan
Bros, on their enterprise and tho deserved success they nave obtained.
Urlffln tiets Five Years.
The celebrated Dr. Griffin trial was
concluded yesterday, the jury finding
the prisoner guilty on tho second count
and recommending him to tho morey
of the court. When OBkcd if he had
anything to Bay why sentence should
not bo passed upon him Dr. ('ritlm
said: My lord. I am an innocent
man. I have this to say, my lord: I
thank you and tho jury, my lawyer
and friends who are on my Bide. The
samo providence will carry mo through
that has brought me through this trial,
I am as innocent as you, my lord, sitting on tho bench.
His Lordship—I concur with 'the
vordict given. The crime is a most
dastardly one. Murder can be punished, but whon a man sends a letter
threatening to murder he croates a
ferment in society besides committing
a crime of which there is nothing
worse. The jury recommended you to
mercy. I sentence you to imprisonment for five years.
 ♦ ■*> -»	
UimciilIU*) iu Diagnosl*--, Diphtheria.
This paragraph from the Globe has
a special interest just now: "The death
of two children and the illness of several others in a Chicago family from a
disease whioh the doctor pronounced
to be severe common colds, but whioh
turned out to be diphtheria, are the
subject of consideration in the Tribune.
The doctor is of high standing and a
very careful man. He says the symptoms of the patients were those of
acute tunsilitis, and it was only the
after results thnt determined tho disease to be diphtheria of non-membraneous character. Thore have been
many cases of this kind in Toronto
where doctors of undoubted skill have
diagnosed only tonsilitis where the ensuing paralysis showed diphtheria was
present. Tlie agony of parents who
havo allowed tho sick children to mingle with tho others may bo imagined.
The truth seems to be that there is a
form of diphtheria which no human
skill can distinguish. It may exist
along with well-marked tonsilitis or
with croup, and may give no outward
sign of its presence. It is well for
parents to be watchful of every case of
sore throat, no matter how slight it
may bo." Our readers aro aware that
that tno cases of undoubted diphtheria
among the unfortunate family in the
Cleveland hotel have been variously
diagnosed by our city physicians as
malignant diphtheria, mild diphtheria,
and tonsilitis, When doctors disagree
•—what happens? It is no doubt dangerous to be safe in such cases.
Surrey Notes.
Mr. Joe Dale, clerk in the Elgin
store, has gone to Victoria on account
of sickness.
It is reported the Surrey Gharado
Troupe will display their talent in this
vicinity before long.
Mr. Chantrell is having an addition
built to hia house, the completion of
which should be celebrated by a house
warming.
The weather for the putt week haa
beon beautiful, which Ib very acceptable for tho farmers who havo not got
all their roots taken care of yot.
Miss Eva Jennings has returned
home from Victoria, accompanied by
Miis Susie Malcolm, who will spend a
few weeks in Surrey visiting.
Mr. J. Boyos, who has boon to Victoria on business, returned homo
Thursday. Mr. McLean, school teacher,
has been vory successful in vaccinating
the children in Surrey.
A sad accident occurred st Mud Bay
lait week. A man by tho name of
Andrew Allison fell off a raft attached
to a pile-driver and wai drowned, Tho
body wss interred in the cemetory at
Surrey Centre.
The government had the right man
in the right place whon they appointed
Mr. W. Murray as overseer in repairing roads snd bridges. The bridge
built over the Serpentine river on the
McLennan road is sn excellent piece of
workmanship, being itrong, neat and
ondumble. Cutting the brush on tho
McLellan road has greatly improved
its appearance—Com.
Tub TnuK Philosophy of Medication is not to doso for symptoms but
to root out the disease, Northrop
& Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, tno Great Blood Purifier,
has proved itself equal to this task. It
is most searching, without being a violent
remedy for constipation, Biliousness and
Indigestion. It is as well adapted to tho
needs and physical temperaments of
delicate females as to the more robust
sox, and is a fino preventative of disease
as well as remedy for it,
—— -**,.*■>,-> .
A writ has been filed in the sheriffs
office, Hamilton, ln whioh Joseph J.
Brennan, a well-known citizen, sues
John Carles, of Toronto for $20,000
damages. Plan tiffs claim is for that
amount for alienating the affections of
plantiffs wife snd for enticing her
away from his houie.
Children Cryfof^Pltcher'iCtttorla
HEATHER HILLS.
A lilorloni Nlcht Spent wl the Chlt-I*-lu
Honor of St. Andrew nml Bonnie
Scotland.
A  Splendid   Dinner,   Jolly  I'onipanv,
Good Nona*, and Bright and Witty
Speeches.
Tho gathering of the clans last night
at tho Oddfellows Hull to celebrate the
Festival of St. Andrews, under the
auspices of the St, Andrews and Caledonian Society was the greatest success
of tho kind in some yeara. No attempt
was mado to decorate the hall, but at
either end ot the room was hung tho
royal standard of Scotland. The table
was handsomely laid out and extended
from ono end of tho hall tu the other.
Seats were laid fur 100 people and
scarcely unu was unoccupied. Before
tho diuner commenced the following
gentemcu were installed for the ensuing year:
Chief, Alex. Ewen; 1st chieftain,
Jus. Punch; 2nd chieftain, E. R,
Fraser; secretary, John Bute; treasurer, D. MoPhadon; warden, Sergt.-
Major McMurphy; chaplain, D. McGregor; directors, Messrs. D, Chiaholm, M.P., L, F. Bunsun, Jamus
Laidlaw, James Stephens nini J, Mo-
Loud,
Chief Ewen took his seat at the
head of tho table at 8 o'clock. He was
supported on the right by Mr. D.
Chisholm, M.P., nnd W. H. Ladnor,
M.P.P., and ou tho left by Mayor
Dickinson. Mr. Bonson occupied the
vico chair.
The menu provided was excellent, in
fact would be hard to equal, and the
haggis was a rare and delicious treat.
Aftor the cloth had beon removed the
Queen was toasted in rijjht royal manner and "God Save the Queen" was
sung by the company standing. Mr.
John Buie, secretary, then read the
following congratulatory telegrams and
tho replies sent:
Vancouver, Nov. 80.
A.EwEN-ChlofSt.Ai'drewsnndCaledonlnn
Society:
"Wl merry songs and friendly cracks
I wat we do nn weary,
An unco titles an funny jokes
Mak your fun balth cheap and cheery."
It. Claiik.
Reply:
Ae nicbt tae nuld Scotia, and wha wad-
na wish guld luck tae her cause, mae
ne'er gold luck be his ava.
A.EwKN.Chief.
Victoria, Nov. 30,
A. Ewen, Chief st, Andrews and Caledonian Society:
My heart Is wi yo a the nlcht. Here's
laoye nn a like ye. May Joy Hnd each
aud o. S. T, Mcintosh.
Reply:
Auld Scotia greets New Scotia and
wishes many happy returns.
A. Ewen,Chief,
Victoria, Nov. 80.
A, Ewen, Chief St, Andrews and Caledonian Society:
Quid health, success and a merry nlcht
tne ye n. John Ghant.
Reply:
The samo Uie ye an "we'll tak a ric.it
guld willle wnuulit for the day ot mild
lung sync." A. Ewen, Chief,
Kamloops. Nov. 30.
John Bun:, Secretary St. Andrews and
Caledonian Society:
Here's tae ye a the nlcht, we're deelng It
In bumpers. Jas.MelSTOSH.
Reply:
"Now fill ye up and toast tho oup,
The land o" cakes forever."
A. EWHNj Chief." '■>
Several letters of regret were read
from invited guests who wero unable
to be present. Tho toast list was then
resumed.
The Prince uf Wales and Royal
Family" and the "Governor General
and Lieut.-Governor" wero each given
"He's a jolly good fellow."
"The Dominion, provincial and
civic governments" were heartily
drunk.
Mr. Chisholm, M. P., thanked tho
company for tho hearty manner in
which tho toast had been received.
He had always lupported the present
government and would continue to do
so ss long as British Columbia was
fairly treated. The speaker dwelt on
the benefits the province had received
by the building of the C.P.R., for
which wo have to thank Sir John A,
Macdonald and hii government. The
expansion of our trade with foreign
countries, and the great dimensions to
which it li bound to attain, was ably
treated. Speaking of the agitation in
favor of unrestricted reciprocity, Mr.
Chisholm said the thing was impossible
if we wished to continuo our connection with the mother country, He
held the connection too dear to barter
away the right of the mother country
to an alien people, and he thought
nino*tonths of the Canadian people
would agree with him. Mr. Ohis*
holm's remarks were reooived with
applause.
Mr. Ladner, M. P. P., on behalf of
the provincial parliament, returned
thanks. He spoke of the agricultural
and mineral resources, aud contended
that the development of both should
be as fully aided as possible
Mayor Dickinson, for the civic government, said all would admit that
the C. P, R. branch line had done
Westminster much good and hod given us great advantages. To-day wo
are trying to secure another railroad
which will benefit us to a much greater extent than tho C. P. R. That
road is the Southern (cheers). Tho
project had received many set-backs
aud ho trusted all ratepayers on election day would record their votes iu
favor of men who promise to support
the Southern Road and aid the prosperity of the city.   (Great  cheering).
"The Army and Navy and Militia"
was well received and Mr. Moresby
sang the "Red White and Blue"
Responses were mado by Cant.
Campbell, Capt. Peele, Cnpt. Scoullar
and Linuts. McNaughten, Glover,
Mowat and Bunion, and Sergt.-Major
McMurphy. The latter, who Is a veteran of the Crimea, recited two actions
performed by himself snd for which he
received distinction. The first was
saving a man's life by leaving the
trenohes and exposing himself to the
fire of leveral thousand Russians, only
150 yards distant. The other story
related was that ho, with a few others,
armed with stones, drove a lot of Russians, armed with rifles, from a position menacing tho British,
"Our Retiring Chief" was proposed
by Mr. Poter Grant in a neat little
speeoh, telling of the good work Mr.
Bonson had dono not only while he
held office but when simply an ordinary member. The society felt their
obligations to Mr. Bonson and wished
to mark its appreciation of him by the
presentation of s gold-headed cane.
Mr. Grant then presented the cane to
Mr. Bonson.
Mr. Bonson said: "I thank you for
the kind words you have boen pleased
to express in my behalf, yet I do not
think I deservo any special mention on
this occasion. It is true I have held
the honorable office of chief for the
past three years and we have had many
trials and troubles, Tho little I havo
done in helping you to overcome the.,
difficulties wss nothing more than my
duty. I must obnnratulate you on
your oholoe of a. chief for the coning
year. I have long felt that the chief
of the society should be s popular and
wealthy man, and that you have now.
The future success of the society is
assured. With regard to tho handsome cauo yuu havo presented tne with
I can only say as before that I deserve
nothing of the kind, but I aecopt it as
a token of Scotch generosity and thank
you all very much.   (Great applause).
Dr, Cooper responded for the
•'Learned Professions" in a most brilliant and eloquent speech, for which It
is to be regretted space cannot be
spared.
"The Immortal Memory of Burns"
brought a bright and sparkling reply
from Mr. G. A. Kelly, The effort
was probably the finest of the evening
and the memory of Burns never received more able justice.
The press was responded to by
Messrs. McLagan, Kelly and  Glover.
"The Ladies," proposed by Mr.
Peter Grant in his usual happy manner, was respondod to by Messrs.
Port, Fraser, Dockrill and Col. McGregor.
Mr. Crawford proposed the health
of Chief Ewen, who mado an appropriate reply.
"Our Hosts," proposed by Mr.
Glover, was drunk in a right royal
manner.
The energetic and ever popular Mr.
Peter Grant was toasted most heartily
aud "Ho'b a jolly good fellow" was
never sung in honor of a more whole-
souled Scotchman.
Numeroui songs were sung and a
very jolly time spent generally till 2
a. m. when "Auld Lang Syne brought
this most successful dinner to a  close.
Tho arrangements of the managing
committee were perfectly carried out,
and, to tho gentlemen composing it,
are due tho hearty thanks of both
guests and members of thesocioty, for
the very pleasant evening they enjoyed.       __^,„__
County Court.
(Ur. Justice MoCrelght Presiding.)
In the case of Patterson vs. Oppenheimer et al which was tried in August
last beforo a jury and resulted in a
vordict being given forthe full amount
claimed, Mr. Bole, Q.O, this morning
moved for judgment upon the verdict.
Hii lordihip refuied the application,
holding that the legal objections raised
at the trial, by counsel for the defence,
must prevail, and therefore nonsuited
the plaintiff. No costs were allowed
the defendants inasmuch as their defence was solely upon technical
grounds. His lordship gave liberty to
the plaintiff to bring a new action.
Mr. Bole, Q.C., for plaintiff; Mr. Atkinson and Mr. Jenns for defence
CORRESPONDENCE.
Right Teaching.
Editor Columbian.— I sympathize
with the complaint of '•Parent" in last
night's Columbian, but I think he (or
ahe) does not get to tho bottom of the
matter. Tho teaching of business forms
and methods Ib no doubt an advantage;
but it is a small one comparatively.
Compare the teaching of our children
with the teaching of our soldiers, and I
thtuk it will strlfte you at once that too
much of tho former stops where the
latter begins. The various "branches"
are the uniform and weapons, and with
these our children are plentifully supplied. But aro thoy drilled In the
practical use of the weapons t Or,
changing the figure, the leading idea of
our teaching seems to be that the
chlldV mind Is a storehouse, to be filled
with bales of knowledge, whereas the
true idea is, that it is a factory, furnished with machinery to work up Into
"shape and use" the raw material of
knowledge. In a work, children are
not taught to think. Teach them that
and it is a matter of minor Importance
what else yon do or do not teach them.
This truth is slowly struggling into
recognition; it will be a cold day for
humbugs when It "gets there."
Anothkh Parent.
Commercial Colleges*
Editor Columbian, — Few matters
have hsd more thought expended upon
them, than the subject of Parent's letter,
and of your leader In Friday'a Colum bun.
But both seem to expect too much from
school education. It is when a boy has
left school, that his true education commences. What he receives there, is no
more than the clearing and breaking up
of land, and the formation of tilth is in
agriculture, a mere preparation for the
"drawing out" of what capacity there is
In him. Practical education comes from
homo training, and from experience In
the world outside. Old country merchants and manufacturers prefer junior
clerks, who havo not "learned" nook-
keeping at school. School teachers aro
not practical business men, and can
therefore only give a theoretical training,
which has often to bo unlearnt, before
the boy commences to build up a practical experience. What seems to be
needed from the government, Ib assistance in supporting evening daises upon
definite subjects, to ho managed by
some auch institution as the board of
trado. The students should be employed in the day-time, learning tho technical portion of their education, in our
factories, stores and offices. At night
the why and tho wherefore of their
day's work could be explained and
fixed upon their minds. More attention should bo paid to tho apprentice
system. Instead of employing cheap
imported white labor, and even China-
•men, in assisting our skilled white laborers, whether iu tho workshop, store or
office, give our own boys a ehanco to
learn, something. Whatever a boy can
do, let him do It; not as a hired laborer, but to train up the young generation into skilful workers, both brain
snd muscle. At school, let thorn obtain
s solid elementary education, the best
possible, but, above all, let them be
taught how to learn thoir lessons, which
tho world of business can teach them.
And the question arises: Why ahould
we keen up at great expense our high
schools! Except the girls, their pupils
had far better bo learning the real lesson of life, how to earn their bread by
the sweat of their brow. Possibly the
mothers might add, that the girls, too,
had far better be learning at home,
how to become trained helpmeets for
their future husbands, skilled laborers
fn cooking and sewing, and all that
constitutes the art snd science of
thorough housekeeping. So will they
have for more chsnee of building up s
family circle, and make their future
homes far more comfortable and enticing
to their husbands and sons, than the
bllllsrd-room, the whiskey-saloon and
worse.     A Commkiujial Collegian.
When Baby was slok, we gave hwOsHnta,
Wheaahswass(*liiU,slieMitdf*>rCss»ofk,
When itobswilflss, iht dang to Cutoria,
WhwitohadCkU4f«,ih«nvetbmCa-rtn*s
Holloway's Corn Cure Is the medicine
to remove all kinds of corns and warts,
«nd only costs the small mm of twenty-
five cents,
LATE CANAMAH NEWS.
The Scott Act has been sustained in
Richmond county by a large majority.
Attorney-General Martin is expected to return to Wi tinipog from Ottawa
to-day.
P. S. Furtuno, formerly of Winnipeg, haa been arrested in St. Paul for
forgery.
It is officially announced that parliament will meet on January 31st.
The session will last three months
Horace Sims, of Brandon, a lad of
14, was arrested yesterdsy snd confessed to robbing A. McLean's safe of
|49.
Rev. Mr. Pentreath, of Winnipeg,
had an addition to his family Thursday,
a baby one week old being left on his
door-stop,
Acton Burrows, of the Winnipeg
Call, is going to copyright his despatches to prevent the Sun from stealing them.
Jas. W. Vail, the defaulting bank
president from Port Washington, who
honored Winnipeg with his presence
for some months, is now a resident of
Kamloops,
Six Chinamen arrived in Winnipeg
from the east Thursday and three from
Gretna in bond for the Pacific coast.
They will embark at Vancouver for
their native land.
Lohoe, undo* sentence of death for
murder in Montreal, will be sent to an
asylum for life. He has thus escaped
the scaffold, 25 physicians declaring
him to he insane.
Hector Macdonald, while temporarily insane through drink, recently walked 90 miles in his bare feet, between
Rat Portage and Winnipeg. He belongs to the former place.
Two city bylawi tor the purpose of
raising $130,000 snd $13,000 for sinking fund and colonization purposes,
respectively, were defeated Thursday
by good majorities in Winnipeg.
Dr. Bryer, of Toronto, secretary nf
tho provincial board uf health, has received from Nipissing a communication stating that black diphtheria is
prevalent near that village and in several townships in the Ferry Sound district
AT LASTI
M. WOODFORD
(OF CHICAGO)
WHO HAD BEEN DELIGHTING
large audiences In Viotoria anil
aud Vancouver every night for tlio past
three weeks has come to
New Westminster,
Under the auspices of the W. O. T. IT., and
will ID V.) speak ln the METHODIST
CHURCH,
THIS (8ATDBDA10 EVENIN0,
AT 8 O'OLOOK,
Also-TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
MOODY'S UNION OHOIR will be in
attendance,
' Come und bring your friends. No chargo
at the door. Collection to defray expenses. Ull028t7
OOMPANY ORDERS.
A LL RIULES, ACCOUTREMENTS and
_\ ulnlhlng must positively be handed
Inlo stores not later than Saturday even-
lug, for Inspection by the Drputy Adjutant General on Tuesday.
By order,       E. S. SCOULLAR,
dnoffltd Cnpt.-Com'd'g.
OVERCOATS
Worsted and Tweed
SUITINGS
 AND	
FANCY TESTIS
—at—
UltcRAE'S
Opp. Colonial Hotil
Columbm St.,   -  New Wkstmisstkb.
dwrnhfttc
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S
Fall and Winter
SUITS
 AND	
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, $tc.
 AT	
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunks & Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER & IIATTEK,
Columbia St., Orr. Tkleorahi Ome*
tern Wealn.l»el.r, U. C.
<lwse7taa
IMMENSE SALE
—or—
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
CATS,  OAKPIBTS,
LINOLEUMS, OIL WHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oot. 10th, 1888.
A. we havo deoided to retire from tho retail Dry Goods business this season, v
now place our entire stock on the market at
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RE8ERVE.
-O^rBBTTBixra- mptjst bb bold.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
sWAa we aro known to carry one of the largest and hest assorted stocks iu the
Province, it will not be necessary to enumerate. An early inspection will conviuce
the public tlmt we mean business, and that the stock must be closed out before the
end of this season; therefore we have placed our goods at prices lower than have
ever been offered before in this Province.
BBnBMBBR-Vhe Block mutt be doted ont hy the end af tke year*
CALL EARLY WHILE THB ASSORTMENT IS GOOD.
Terms- Under $100, cash; over $100, secured notes at three months with interest.
elMwlyr
B   OO.
MASONIO BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER
Ogle, Campbell £ Go.
WE ARE NOT DISPOSING OF A $50,000 STOCK at
less than cost, nor arc we giving goods away, but WE
ARE offering for the inspection of the Citizens of the Royal City
the best selection of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats
and Mackintoshes in the City, and at prices that leave no margin
for others to cut below us. Our stock of Men's Furnishing Goods
Hats and Caps is up to the high standard necessary for conducting a first-class store. Wc keep everything necessary for evening as well as for ordinary wear, and are constantly receiving by
express, Novelties in Neckwear, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs and
Gloves. Wc also take orders for Custom Made Clothing, Dress
Suits being a specialty of ours.   Examine our stock.
Columbia Street.
dwnolyl
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
__m__xj-_. xxr
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUHER A SPECIALTY.
Xjaferador Hexrlng-s,
ladZacicerel, Salt Cod,
^.rnao*u.r'0 "CJ-cic. Hams,
-___,x__a.o-a.x'B T7xic. Bacon..
*FXo-clx. Bran.. Sliorte,
•■-HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
ncM-n* tooullar.Armstrong Blook, Oolumbla St.
Grand Clearing Sale!
——OF-
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Beg to inform the people of New Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
DRY GOQDSmCLOTMNG
At COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
dwoclSto
-t ". Cr__\7(j-_A.-_\_l\±-.-______\j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line ol Spectacles tl Eye-Classes In steel, robber, silver and goll
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, 94 per pairj all sight, suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tliu
busiueu thoroughly (rom some of the finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the beat firms on the continent ot America, ti a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Monthka*,, Dm,, 1887.—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Rob.rt.on, Eaq., Chairman ol
Montreil Harbor Commtasloner*, uy.i "I nover found a Watohmaker who did so
well for me a. yon did whon in Montreal, and I aunafPrry you are not here to-day."
dwapUtd
:
|      _) DRUCM   F?j DBUOs" J   DHUQBff    _f> I
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL
DRUUtJTST
New Westminster, B. O.
I      _\ DBUG8   F?. DKU08   | ^PPBUOB^    ■»■ DRU08%*—*»j
Mrdigaia HAmiu
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
PLUSH
/ rta.»
and OTHER-:-
^HOLIDAY
O-u-r STe-oB- Steele ia TsTcrmr Ia.
GOODS
Ths Selection excels our last Season's Show.
Prices Range from BO Cts. to 816.80.
D. 6. CURTIS & CO., - DRUGGISTS.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
HAS JUST RECEIVED
SO Boxes Christie at McCormlck's hest Crackers, Biscuits and
Candles.
30 Boxes Choice Creamery Cheese.
80 Small Cheese (14 lbs), juat tho thing for family ute.
85 Tabs very fine Creamery Batter.
USO Rolls best B. C. Batter.
trA full lln. ot fir.t-cl.ua Groceries. Floor, Feed, etc.. alway. on hand.
Goodi delivered to all put. of th. eity. dwnoSto
_3T   Tm   JE2   II*   -*£1
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV.
erics of New Goods for the coming season, Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEWEST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored A Evening Shades
Dress Goods*
Newest Shades in Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.  :
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons* '.....
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts.
Waterproofs A Ulsters.  Gentlemen's Furnishings. Olothing, Hats, Ties, oic.
W. tt G. WOLFENDENv
dWuM-o
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