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Array M.raB,e_tPtUt.De''E
Columbian.
volume r
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18, 1889.
NUMBER 119
_  PMKSSMAl AHD BUSINESS CARDS. _
13. M. N. WOODS,
1. AREI-.TE R-AT-LAVr. Offlce-MiiKen-
I)  zle Street. dau2tc
T. 0. ATKiN.OI.,
I >AHRISTKIt, SOLICITOR, fto. Offlces-
JL> Masonic Building, Now Westminster
fiiO. dwto
AltSL-TItONO-fc i_<_ Iti,THIN,
BABHIHTEUS,  BOLIOITORS,   ETC.
MiimdhIr Building,   Now Westmin-
t*t_r, B. U. dwmyjtu
CilHIlHl M>, Mc. OI.L A JE.VNS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS., etc.  Offices—Masonlo Buildings, New West*
minuter, anil Vancouver, B, C.        dwte
A. C. BHTD0I.1_1-.JACK, M.A.,
BAIUIISTIOR, BOLldlTOR, NOTARY
Public, Ae, (.lllin in tlio Hnmloy
Building, Columbia HI., ninioslle llio Colonial Hotel, dwau.te
.lONKPIl IS, G.WKOK, U-A.-I-I_.il,
riOLD MEHALIST of tho University of
\X Dublin. UAIUUHTKII-ATL.VW of
Mi" High Cnurtof Justice, Ireland, oillces,
C'>ri)(-r McK-.-ni-lo ft Clarlc-ion Km.. New
Vr us'minster. dw/eSltc
11. BDEK WALK UK, M. D.,
| K.C.T. 4 H., EDINBURGH. 0VK1CR
J J. —Affiles Streot, opposite City Hull.
U. ji-iCK.Ioi.ns—9 tu Ha. in. [ 2 to 4 nnd 7
to8'80p.m.  __°jj______
A. J. HOLM KB, D. D.S.,
CtUHHEON DENTIST. Graduate of the
, O Ohio cmioga of I'ontiil tiurgory. Is
now with Dr. C. E. C Brown. All work
skillfully performed. Rooms HAC-llrinlc
jf B. c, Columbln Ht. Houra-8 to i_ a.ro.i
li*) to o p. in; djlySto
O. W. (U1ANT,
i I.--HITEOT,  omee-Comer Mmy and
1.  ■''larkson fttn., Westminster,   dwto
CLOW   * MACliflHUY
ARClIITECTa    <>ni.e—Room E. over
Hank of R. C.,Columbia Strot-t.West-
hi'iihi .r, 'dto
WILLIAM  H. KIN'J.
A I'lItllTEOT.SANITARYEN.tlNEER,
A At;. Removed to Armstrong;.] Block,
Columbia Street, Westminster—Hoom
No. '2 dto
W. TH1DAUDBAU,
I AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
j irnui, Humley Block, New Westminster, a. 0.   ■liiiyl5to_
A. F. COTTOSf,
DOMINION ANn PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. OlTleo) Room D, Bank
of n I'.Jmlldlng, Wi.-vhnlnster, II, C.	
*A1<BERT J.  HILL
(M.0A_I.S0C.aE.},
i--l.Vli.ENGINi:EH,I.ANDSTIitVBYOR
\j  lind   DRAUGHTS HAN.      Htimley
Kl-.v.-'*. New Wostmlnster.        ilwnn23to
v. pit r»:\u iti tin,
HV .U ESTATE BROKER nml County
"ourt Agent. Commission-r, Notnry
Publ .,&o. Rents eolleeti-d, Oltlcu—Al_-
Ken/ieMtrcot,New Westminster B.0.
T.J. TUAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
''olumbiH Stroet, **ew Westminster.
All ■■minis..low* will roci'lv prompt
ait'd ..refill lUtenU.-n. Beat n -r.rttn.es
gl-oii when required. iuhl8-t_
J, K. PIN LA YSON,
PlA.VO TUNER, from Brou-Uooil A
Sons, L-iiuloii, Kii'jlatid, und Stein*
way ft Sons, New York, now resl-tlng In
Vuu-imver, will attend to order-- leimt
I'i. h\ 1 ft Co.'s store. Trips 1st. weoh uf
eiion uonth. dauBto    j
t UUNKll, BKKI'OS * CO., |
"ft i t-.iiOUANTS.    Wharf   St.,  Vlctoiln, !
l'l    vgenb* for Norlh Hritlsli und Mer*
ci'iii.i: Insurance Cn   'or Mainland.   H.
C.  • _..-.i-o. ft Co., HO Klnsbury Clr-jus, Lon* :
•t-.ii, k 0 dto   I
I .penal Fire Insurance Co,
Off I_03!T.D0"N-_
I'tPITU.       ■       Vl.rMW.M_ Stg.
Hates us low as nny otliur rellabk' Com-
Emiles doing bu-.lin.i_- lit British Colum-
1.1. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
iljly.llo Agent for New West.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kisssls uf this lie™ snakes; i'rehK-S',111 & Hnillt-SilWs.
Barbed Wire for Fcssossig, asssl nil Um n_,*,s. _, v ..(smsUs for Farmi*'!*:
l'ulley Blocks, Snatch Mucks, It-sr;- & 4!linl» In all siz™; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and I'laln Paper fi - ™!il!ili:ii.i Paints & Oils
inall colons; Liquid PllintS 111 all _hr.cle_; Fluoi- Pislnt.. caslj-tonsei CrtlKl
Stones) Wall Paper In all sl™is;ssii| BrooiUK & Braslirs for all psli'ilBJ™;
liubricatins. Oilsj .raps of all rf-orlvtiisiis, ami a jjswerill AMOrtmrnt nf
Agricultural Iniplciiients,
*_ Spoclnl attention }{ss. s to onlor? by mail.
t. j. i*t_r___w:__?:f aa ao.,
<!•♦*. jly3to Culumuia Stuekt, Nkw Wesisiik..t_*™.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots, Shoes, $11
Rubbers
0K1.1-.RS BY MAIL PROMPTLY KILLKD.
dwtc
New Fall and Wi!
J. S. MA-SON'S TAILORING E8TALISNMF.NT,
Coluiubii-. Htreet* Xew Wcstminskr.
Positively tlio largest and bust assorted stoek ever shown in thin city, consisting of French and English Worsteds, Scotch Saltings, Irish Serge, &o.
OTerfeet fit guaranteed nr no sale.
GLOBE HOUSE.
We have now every Department replete with
NEW FALL COODS.
Most extensive variety of LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
at the VERY LOWEST PRICKS,
j_3?*Wc arc nosv offering excellent value in LADIES' ULSTERS
and Jackets, also, Black and Colored Cashmeres.
dtc
•_v£_R.S. "*-77-*M:_ __5_A.S.
C. E. WOODS, Lasssl Ssu-voyor.
A. G. GAMBLE, Notary Public.
saker bros. ft my    Woods, Turner & Gamble
,<1,..™™I -llTnll-      U.si.tli    llii'lli,  I™        I liml'.  I ' '
10'•Impel Walk, South Oaallo St., I.i ver
jjuol, Kti-ilund,
3 I'-tiiK Bulldiniis, Columbia Street, Mew
■rtesttnliisli!, 1). 0.
Sliipping and Commission
i':ir ual Wholesale M*RCHA;iT3&lv!pi*iTEr.s
\tt. ilusorii'tlnn of n'tads imparled to
onlc und Custom mul Ship i.mkliii.
trnn-MRU'd. Latest freight uml Murket
(joou-lons. dwnu2to
RAND BROS.
R"l
I. KSI'ATK BUOKBHS,
Cimv. j-Hnceri.. Collcelon,
* lit.
And   Insurance Agents,
NEW WESTHINSTER: Corner
MeRenzlo uud ClarkHon Sts,
VAN10UVEK, Cordova atreet,
LONDON Englntid.
Ml'.lillINQ LOTS for mile In nil Hcctlnns
of V-.noouverand New WestmliiHterClty.
1-*V'IM LANDS or superior quality for
nili    it  Chlltlwliack,  Port  Hammond,
bruit, toy. tMiitsqnl, Humus, Mud liny, Lud-
at"-- Liuidiuic, Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
hnd I'lU Rlvor.
>Wt|H and Plans exhibited and ibe full-
irt iiis-'-rmatloufurniNlf-dut-iiIlouri-illceflt
IV.W AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CABTBR   3
Temple of Music!
I., tho Place to BuyFlrst-Clnss
PIANOS •«» ORGANS
At * ti-li Prices and Torms tv- will Suit
Any Koasounblo Buyer.
For pricei and torms, apply to CAR.
TKR'S TKMI'LM OF MUSIC,
Vanoouvor* B. _'.
SStl IIiiillllKSKt. W*-M. dnplOlo
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Iay.F|lM„M
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-vood, Bark,
W3AVK OKDEUS  AND   8ETTLK ACCOUNTS AT AnSTIN'S WHAHC
llm*™3™
LAND SURVEYORS,
RSiL ESTATE, INSURANCE
Financial Agonts and Convoyancers.
Land Surveying in all its branches accurately ami promptly ciurlod out.   City and
Snhurhan Lands forSnlo.    Wo can show a uumptete liab of desirable localities. Fanning lands, improved ami unimproved,throughout tliudistricl;
Money to Loan on First. Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest,
Agents for the following Insuranco Companies:
Western of Toronto, ___tna, Oir,y of London,
Hartford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bank of B, C. Building, Columbia Street, New Westminster. Telephone Call No. 33.
P. 0. Drawer " W." ilseiotc
MAJOR  * PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents.
Proporty for Snlo lis all parts of tho City nml Suliurlis. Wo aho lins. listml aomo
of tho linest fnrniliig lnml 111 tlio I'l-ovliici'. MONISY TO LOAN. HOUSES TO
RENT. Agonts for tho Confoilerntioit Lifo Association of Toronto, tlio Lonslssii
Guarantee nssd Acciilout Co., Llinitoil. General Agonts for Urjtisli ".'(sliuiibia for
tho American Stoasss Boiler Insuranco Co. of Nosv York, tlso itoynl ami Atlas Flro
Assurance Companies of England, Union Kins and Marino Insui-iun. Cu. of San
Prnnolsco, Soutli British Firo nnd Marssso Insurance Co. of Xosv Zealand,
 OFFICES	
NEW WESTsMlNSTER-Colunibla Streot, Bank of B. C, lllook,
VANC0UVEn--Hnstill8S Stroot, opposito the Post Ollioc.
dsi'sclOto
RICHARDS I MACKINTOSH
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLFXTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAPS AND PLANS PREPARED.
CAD CRI Ci    Bu9'i10SSi Reside*10-; and Suburban Property, Improved and Unimproved
rUn  uHLL,    ■fram>'ng Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.'
— OF_"iaxis-
Coloniiil Ulock,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
51 Yates Street.
VICTORIA.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A t.inrvof->f
purlty,streM-:lliit:i.i wliole™(iiu(']i"*_s. More
economlcul ilnui lhe ■■-.Unary i:uulN,nnd
ennnot bo sold In compoilllon with tbe
niulUtudeof low test, short weight alum
or plmsplintn )io .v.I.t. , Mold only ln cans.
Hoyalhakinu I'ov'dpr (.n.,100 Wall Ht.,
New York. Sfely
OEDEEED TO LEAVE.
Iloiu Pedro, lhc Do.tlii'oncil Enijici'-
or, in Given 24 Hours to
Leave Brazil
And Takes His Departure __._„•
■villi for Lisbon in it Miin-
ol'-Wnr.
Tiie Lomlou Bilkers Win 1111 Advance in Wages anil llroml
Nioht Suu.
Telephoiie 57.
II
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   New -Westminster.
JE IIAVI. ONE OV TUK BEST
1 ■    .'--.r_...ti_*l SiQuLa in tlio City.    O.n*
Drugs aro perfectly pure   and enn lie
thoroughly relied upon.
"OitrQ-vn" Beef, Broil & Wine
i;;, beyond tho sluulnw of a iloubt, the
host prepanilion of   it.   kiml   in   the
world. dapl.te
SB .»£_«."•' Ui Sli.*!._-_
IN LABSE 01! SMALI, SUM ..
Apply I"
ARMSTnONII .- ECKSTEIN.
 1I..SVII01IIO	
For Hire.
mWO ORTTTRBR TEAMS OF BXftOKQ
L    WOltlCIMl JIOltSKS.
FOR   SALE.
A BEAiniFrr, nEsmRNcis biti:-
/\ ;t I.ou nnd h wood ilon-oion Allien
Cri'sci'iii, riiiiiiiimntiii'f one of tho Iinest.
vit-ws lu tht-, iiy.  F'ji-uarttcu tars enquire
of
iliinSto MAJOR* P!''.A1.**'IN.
ClORBOULB-a COM.MITTFK will moot
;   every pvciiIiikii! miVI<«'I. >■ .-'cptSun-
■      ■ Mil
TV"C_H^:i3.
Columbia and Church Streets.
JUST AlUUVHO-A largo aliipmcut ol
tho linest   Ko<l   ..'i-JUlitC Dlftllll-
.il'-SlIs, from Now Ihuui-wiok.
ALEX. HAMILTON,
llss-lo l'HOPRIETOR.
i'l'll'illlll'S,   l™'i!s!ii'..i.   .'siiiinites,
(tombs. Tssili'! Articles.
A snill-iSBaorlcs! fttsicls of
Pure Drugs & Medicines
T. A. 11 umt A _o.»s
Prescription Drug Store
UUHKN'K KOTRI, nt.OC™,
^e
sa  CO.
-.'.!    [fiS'l!.'3,t
INSURANCE
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Golleci Rents,
IHake Loans on Mortgages,
And trahRaot all Buslnosa l-olntlng to
Ileal Estato.
— AGBNTS FOR—
London Assurance Coriiorntlon,
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co.of
Hartford.
London and Lanrnstilre Lire Axsur-
mice Co.
Canton Insurnnee OOlcc, Ld. (Murine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St., Victoria
dWHeUyl
Is Dearer.
Till!   EMPEltOK BAOKBll,
Uio nr. Janbiuo, Nov, 18 —-Thu
emperor wHe givon 24 hours to lenve.
Ho siilled on un ironclad mid wan escorted by anuther Far vessel. Viscount Pr-.-tet, former minister of tlio
Interior, und Senor Mayuun, a loading
banker, liavo boon arrested and im*
piis'ineil.
1)0M I'EllIU)  1.ICAVK™.
ttio ije JiNEiun, Nov. 18.—Tho
(.ni'ieror lins sailed fur Lisbon, lio
tfas notified by tho proviaiunal gov*
erumctit of bis deposition, and informed that (ho civil list would be continued. Mo was treated with tho ut*
most comtisy. 11ahia oppoBes tho new
regime, but moat of the other provinces
recognize tho republic. Doetur Bar-
bozn, tho new minister of finance, nn*
non lie. a that all contracts mado by the
lato imperiitl government will be
maintained by tho new government.
The city is tranquil, but businesa is at
a standstill.
OHDBHBD TO LEAVE.
LISBON, Nov, 18.—The Oporto Cam.
mere.. Do Porto has ii eablei-ruiu fron*.
lito do -Janeiro, slating that the former
prime minister bus been ordered to
leavo tho country.
COXGIIATULATIONS.
Rome, Nov. 18.—Signor Verdi has
received a telegram of congratulation
from King Humbert, Primo Minister
Cri.ipi, nnd leading oflicialB and citi-
Kane, nil over Italy, on tho occasion of
tho fiftieth anniversary of his first
opera.
TUB DltAZIMAN It EVOLUTION.
London, Nov. l&.—Tho Ihilij News'
Bpeolnl from Paris says: Tho republi
cm council at llio do Ja.iero some
lime ago, ordered a number of republican ll.igs mndo in this city. Tho ban-
tier., were tho same aa tho former
Brazilian ling, except that the imperial
rrownwafl replaced by the Phrygian cap
It is learned that one of the causes
lending to the revolution was tho severity of themoas'Jres resort, d to by the
government to secure victory in tho
laut elections, many people being arrested nnd imprisoned on trifling pretexts.
THE OBBAT BUMS.
London, Nov. 18.—Tho prediction
made a week ago thut tho bakers, un-
der Ihe leadership of John Burns,
would obtain tho concessions which
tiiey demanded from their employers,
'ms teen fulfilled, and thousands of
journeymen bakers arc congratulating
themselves upou & marked improvement in thoir condition. Bees bikers
aro tryiiiu to shift a part of thocon-
ci-psi'i:s upon the general public by
raising the price of bread half a penny
pet- lo.if. Tho consumers vigorously
object to paying more than tho nc-
customed price, nnd it is claimed by
large buyers, who have loi-ked into
the inalter, tliat the halfpenny iicutally
Olivers thu entiro cost of making the
loaf of broad, and i* therefore much
mure than wuuld sulrico to recoup the
boss linkers for the additional expense
to which they aro subjected by reason
- f tho increased wnges of umpliryees.
It i_ probablo that the opposition of
tho public aud natural effect of competition will boou bring about a reduction iu the prico of the "stall' of lifo" to
old li^ures,
OMNIBUS LINKS   STOPl-BO,
London, No/. 18, The strike
mama continues to spread, and one of
its most conspicuous nnnifestUions is
the stoppage of ho. oral omnibus lines
by reason of emflict with tho cm*
ployoei. Private owners of cabs and
other vehicles are meanwhile reaping
quito n harvest by carrying tho former
patrons of suspended lines, The
fares charged by these temporary
transporters are higher than tho regular rates, and thore is, of course, much
grumbling over the irregular and costly
nei-rioe rendered.
THE DEI-UNCV LEGATION.
London, Nov. 18.----The Brazilian
legitlon in Loudon is siill without
olltcial information concerning tho ait*
uniion iu Uio do Janeiro,
SQUABIKO   ACCOUNTS.
London, Nov. 18.—Tho accounts nf
tho managers ot the recent dockmen's
strike have (been audited, and slmw a
i-.urplii™ of $25,000, which will be dis
posed of according to the w.*h**a of lhe
donors as nearly ns these can be oncer*
.hilled, The total receipts wire &M0,-
000, of whioh 3155,000 came from
Australia, and only 820,000 was contributed by British Unions.
QUITB A KUItrniSK.
New VoftK, Nov. 18.—Tho bteamer
Platto arrived today from Bio do Janeiro, ller captain was surprised to
learn of tho revolution in Brazil, and
states that when ho sailed, Oct. 27th,
tin re was no sign of any disturbance in
the politics of tho country.
ST. LOUIS  WINS.
I_BXvr.it, Col. Nov. 18.—Fivo thousand p_oplo attended tho baseball
game, hurt) to-dny, between the St.
Louis Browns and Boston team, and
great enthusiasm prevailed. Score:
St, Louis 8, Boston 2,
A FAMILY  FllOZEN.
VmofjUA, Kan., Nov. 18.—Two
men came in this morning from Ken-
yon ranche, situated on tho neutral
strip, fur 5 coffins-in which t. bury
the bodies of tho Fonn family, consisting of father, mother and three
children, who perished in the terriblo
blizzard whieh raged throughout tbe,
West, two weeks ago.
THE CABINET-MAKING TllADE,
Buoiiahest, Nov. 10.—The Roumanian cabinet has resigned. General
Mano has boon selected to form a new
oabinet.
THE Ml A ZI I.I AN ItBVOI-UTION.
New York, Nov. 10.—Tho Brazil*
inn houses horo havo advices that shipments will not bo nrTeoted by tho revolution. Thero is some anxiety on tho
Brazilian monetary situation, owing to
tho inflated condition of Brazilian papor currency.   The roport of the revo
lution in Brazil is followed by a report
of another in Venezuela, which haa
caused n vast amount of excitement
nmong tho merchants engaged in the
Smith American trade. Those reports
caused n great crowd to gather iu the
coffee exchnnuo this morning. At the
call piicoR advanced n little over the
closing prices of yestorday.
FOU life,
Beshbmbu; Mich., Nov. tli.—Koy-
muud llolzhny, who confessed to the
robbery of thu stage and Ihe murder < f
Banker Fleschman, was convicted thia
morning and sentenced to prison for
life -it; hard labur.
AllMV AND NAVY IIRPUBLIUAN.
New ionic, Nov, 10.—The National
Baitk of Brn/il sends a oiiblbgrum ihnt
tlm revolution was effected quietly.
Thu Now York and Brazilian oof lee
houses have beeu cabled thut the army i
and navy are for tho republic. The
Brazilian minister at Washington said
this morning that it was hi; opinion
that tho revolution originated between
inoinbew of_.,jjho army and navy who
took advantage of tho faot that so
ninny prominent leaders wuro out of
tho country, livo of them being hero
io attendance upou the maritime conference and tho Pan-Amertoaii congress. Tho two delegates**.- the maritime conference aro from tho Brazilian
navy and are undoubted leaders thereof, and the minister believes that if
they had been in Brazil the revolution would havo been stopped before it
got fairly started.
OTTAWA   NOTES.
Ottawa, Nov. IC—Tho Dominion
government is advised that the British
Columbia eeulers wore asked to sub*
scribe to a fund to mnke a testcaso before tho tfnitod States supreme court in
lvgnrd to tho soizuro of the American
schooner Sylvia Handy for scaling in
Behring sea.
Tho governor general reaches Ottawa to morrow.
The runior is again revived that the
Hon. G. E. Foster, tho minister of
finance, will retire from the cabinet
boforo parliament meot. and bc succeeded by Sir Leonard Tilley, lhe
lieutenant-governor of New Brunswick.
Uv, D. W. Gordon, M.P., who is
here, says: ''I am quite saiisfi.ii tint
all objections would bo dropped if
either Nanaimo harbot or Burrard
Inlet, woro offered for a. naval anchorage instead of Constance Cove, nnd
both those places would be very glnd
to liavo the Pacific squadron stationed
there."
A Biyn. tiohl Brink.
A Port Townsond dispute!) of th*.
14th inat., say-): This aftornoon two
men who gave their names as Kenrns
und Mo; kiio-, were arrested on suspicion uf lving burglars. Ke-irns is r.
smooth-faced young man ubout 21
yoars of age. and Hopkins is a middle-
aged man. On searching them Hit-
polite found .i buttle of paint und false
wig. in tho possession of Krurns, who
at onco confessed their busiuo-s an
gold brick Bwindlera, and said they had
been in tho c untry among the farmers, He aaid u farmer rained William
Binhop, worth $100,000, had asreod
to buy u brick, as well as their claim,
which they hud in Colorado, end from
wliich thu gold was taken, the purchaser reserving the right to tako it to
u jeweler, and havo it tested. The
ringleader is s .id to bo young Kearns'
father. Youug Kearns was representing an Indian, and hia duty was to
pass himself off as tho person who discovered ihu mino in Colorado, and tho
swindlers had to get his consent before
the deal could be mndo. Yoiinu
Kearns gavu thia information to a
party who wub placed in the t-t-H with
hiin, and because he thought the police
had captured his father, who hns the
brick and haa not yet been caught; but
uo doubt will be, as tlio polico aro on
his trail.	
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
The g.-vetior-general and party passed throutrh Winnipeg for tho oast Friday. Lord Stanley ox pressed himself
as grcatt'ly pleased with his visit to the
Paciiic coast.
A report is circulated iu L.mbton,
Out, that it' the Liberals carry the eleotion (he general i-lectiona will, not*
withstanding the statement of the
Ghbe, follow immediately.
Sir Richard Cartwright spoko at
Ingersoll lately. He mado u vigorous
Attack ou the present Dominion admin*
ist-ation. Ho said Walpole was riot as
bad as Sir John Macdonald, nud compared Sir John to Tweed. Ilo .puke
strongly for unrestricted reciprocity.
Premier Mercier In an interview nt
Montreal, said: "If the Catholics or
Frenoh if the other provinc'ia tire not
treated aa they ought to be, 1 do not
see why the Protestants and English
In the province of Quebec should bo
treated otherwise, I understand per*
fectly weli thu responsibility that I
tnko, ami I take it with intention. It
is uol a threat, but u warning. 1 In pit
it will ba stifiicicnt to prevent the majorities of the othor provinces from being unjust,"
Ambrose Lcpitie, Kiel's lieutenant
in tho Notthwesl rebellion of 1870, is
in Montreal. Spoaking of his programme for tho futuro, ho snys:
"When I go baok to my country, as I
hope to with a titlo to my property in
my pocket, I intend lo work with all
my power against tho abolition of tho
French language. Wo havo a right to
the Catholic religion and tho French
language, and we must insist on having
our rights, I will not sny that it will
come to rebellion, luit the whole country is up."
Hon. OharloB II. Tupper hns received
a telegram from Rear-Admiral Sir
Georgo Nurof*, delegate from Great
Britain and chairman of tho sound signal committee of tho International
Murine conference at present in session
at Washinoton, asking for an officer to
bo sent to Washington to give ovideiico
before the committeo on the sound Btg-
nnl requirements of lishing vessels nt
sen. 1 ho ministor has instructed
Lieut. Gordon, commander of the
fisheries protection service, to proceed
to Washington for this purposo.
COMAIENDABI.fi.
All claims not consistent wlththo high
character of Syrup of Figs are purposely
avoided by tho Cal. Fig Syrup Company.
It acts gently on tho kidneys, liver and
bowels, cleansing the system effectually,
but it Is not a cure-all and makes no
pretensions that overy bottle will not
substantiate,
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THE CHURCHES.
fiuiiitiiiirlen or Some of tite ('Ily Serntoni
Hpi-i-cii Stwdsy.
f>T. anuhew's chuucii.
At the Presbyterian church last
night Rev. Mr, Scouler took for his
text lat ThessalouianB, 5c. 22v.— "Abstain from all appearaucoof evil"— and
said: Thero is ono form of ovil which
exists in our land, as iu almost every
other civilized land, that I intend
specially io deal with this evoning,
namely, the uso of intoxicants. In
my judgment, this is uu unmixed evil
Irom which evory Christian should
seek t- abstain. If a Christian doeB
not see it his duty to abstain fur his
own Bake, I think ho is bound to do ao
for iho sake of his weak-*' brothron.
St. Paul touches ub this principle:
"If meat mako my brother to offend, I
will eat no meat while the world
standcth, lest 1 mako my brother to
offend." Hence, wo should noithei
drink nor buy nor offer strong drink
to any ouo. If wo had universal abstinence among those who profess to bo
Christians, this would go a long way
to remove intemperance from the
land. Tho position that tho Presby-
ti-rinii general assembly takes on this
question is very strong and decided.
lt urges upon oil its ministers and
churches to take a loading part with a
view to bringing about the early and
total prohibition of the liquor traffio
To this end wo must win the aged and
educate the young. If the young be
eet right on this question, thon in a
generation or two wb might see an end
to too whole ovil. It is easier to-day
to bo a total abstainer than it waa f. rty
years ago. At social gatherings, at
marriages, at funoruls, nnd even at
baptisms it was thou customary to pasa
around strong drink. The use of in*
toxicants was fashionable and was considered necessary, but a great change
hus beeu brought abuut iu the last fow
years comparatively. Much Btill re
mains to he dune, however, in the
various ways of precept, example, edu
cation, orgnnizut'on and legislation.
We nBk if thi-i temperance work is tlie
work of God, for if no nro pBrsund.d
that it is, as ne must be, we bhnll be
eager to h_lp in any way, however
humble, in a work that, hus for its oh
ject tho glory of God and the uplifting
of mankind to a higher level. Thero
is muoh tu bu gained in prosecuting
this work; there is nothine to be lost.
The future will nevor become what it
may be unless this groat ovil is ro
moved from tho laud. Look around
you and nsk what is the cause of muoh
of tho misery in the world. Oh, how
many faces uro bathed iu tears thar
might bo wreathed in amiles. How
many know tlio meaning of that biiing
word poverty, that might bo blessed
wiih plenty. The preacher, in cui
eluding, addressed a word of warning
tu tlio young on the danger of taiuper
ing with the ovil, nnd -f exhoraton
to those who had become slaws to the
habit to give themselves to Christ nnd
they would bu boi freo nnd led and
kopt in tho way of holiness.
plying every means to amass wealth of
this world, which, suddenly perhapi,
they are called to leave; snd having
mado no provision for the life to oome
they go out of tho world as naked as
they came in. I trust none of us are
living thus; we had better be poor hero
and rich in the other world, than rich
hero and poor there; better have tbe
applause of God than of men; in short,
better be a Christian than an unbeliever. Do not give your whole attention to things of this world aud rob
yourself of the blessings of the world
to come; lay self aside, let tho mind
uud heart contemplate the prize; let
the purpose single and supreme be to
gain it, lay aside nil dead weights, sins
and sinful alliance. nin! look unto
Jesus tho author nnd limsher of our
faith. Keep thy oity of tho Great
Kingdom in viow, that city where
thero is no census, no tido of business,
no hearse wending its way to tho
silent tomb, and no mourners, but
angels rejoicing, enints for oitizens. In
conclusion, with Paul Iboioechyou by
the mercies of God that ye preient
your bodies a livinit sacrifice holy and
acceptable unto Him, which is your
reasonable service.
rt. Paul's chuuch.
At the Reformeii Episcopal church,
last evening, the Rev. Thoa. Haddon
discoursed from Philippimis 3 chap.
13th und Hth verses on the subject:
"Prize Winners." He said:—Forty
years ago a youug man bathing in the
rivor Clyde discovered, whilo swim-
ming from shore to shore, that on the
opposite bank thero was a piece if uncultivated laud, aud so interesting and
proity was the spot lhat ho tminud it
alter the lady to whom ho wub uspous
ed, with a fervent desire that he -ome
day might possess it; and to gain . his
prize all the efforts of his life wero tion*
eeutrated until seven years ngo,
having accumulated wealth in his business of ship building, he gained the
prize and entered into posaeBsinn. The
desire to gain this prize had boen his
ruling passion through Ule, and by np
plying tho energies of his wholo I ein„-
ho had succeeded. Men through all
time have had special prizes in viow,
special purposes to accomplish, aud in
tho end hu.o proved that by steady
perseverance what seemed almost impossible had bueu accomplished; and
that there is reward to thoso who
steadfastly pursue any objeot. I
ntn fully persuaded that this principle
holds good in tho religions as well as
the civil world; Paul had a mark he
strove to reach, and this ono supreme
purpose took possession of his whole
moral and spiritual being; his mental
gifts wero pressed into sorvice to gain,
and his spiritual attainments pointed
towards this achinvement. This one
thing tilled his wholo vision day and
night wherever ho went; his position
and wonderful careor wore as nothing
to him, they had no charm since he
had seen tho Lord of Glory. Sinco tlio
Bpirit had entered his soul what a
change: before, ho had been ambitious
11 overthrow tho bulwark of Christianity, persecuting its followers. Now
it was his ouo desiro to furthor Christianity, to point to the Iamb of God, to
devolop tho Christian graces; and he
gavo up all things elso to win tho mark
of tho prizo of tho high calling which
is in Christ Jesus. This is tho purposo of tho Christian religion, lt not
only enters tho heart of man but stirs
him to olovato tho position of his fellow man; it helps him not only to teck
n higher piano nf Christian experience,
but expands his soul and gives him
energy to aid in tlio amelioration of his
fellow men. Tlio livos of Enoch,
Noah, Moses and Abraham nro examples of life effort, of devotion, of
oneness of aim, applied to the accomplishment of somo ipecial work. Tho
world is nn opposing element to this
lifo devotion; sclfcomos in to divide
tho energies nnd affections, making
sacrifice of principle, honor, friendship
just to gain selfish ends. God and his
law nro hardly thought of, tho prize is
lost sight of and tho holy fire and zeal
nnd graco nro deadened by tho ono desiro of self intorest; tho consuming desire of Wolsley wns his own Rgt-rnn-
disunion!, sacrificing principle to gain
tho esteem of his earthly sovereign; bo
much bo that whon about to dio he
said: "Oh that I had sorted my
God ub well as I liavo served my
king," My friends, wo cannot
servo God mid mammon, Paul's desiro was to know nothing among men
savo Christ nnd Him crucified; his one
purpose was to press onward, upward,
with eye fixed on the goal, quickening
his step until ho crossed tho line and
received the prizo. How different tho
purpose for whioh the great mass live
to-day; just straining every nerve, np*
CORRESPONDENCE.
ilreel Ci-wil_.fi.
Editor Columbian:—I see that the
progressive council are still progressing
in improvements. They started again on
Columbia atreet this morning by building a crossing from the storo of tho chairman of tho park committee to the workshop of the chairman of the fire committee, Theso two men muat have important business to transact with each other,
and as time is money, a crossing between
their two places of business must be secured. One is running for the provincial
parliament, the other for local honors.
One says to tho other: "Scratch my
back, I'll siratch yours." Now, Mr.
Editor, on Columbia street, from one
end to the other, I find tbat there is only
one crossing to each block. I have no
objection to crossings, for the more tho
merrier, but in this instance I think it is
a piece of unnecessary work incurred for
the accommodation of two councillors at
the public expeuBc. You see where self
comes iu ? One of the councillor-- hopes
togo to Victoria, and he thinks he had
better secure a crossing while ho is in the
council and before it is too late.
/ Ratepaybb.
Eh-tll-in Tnlk.
Editor Columbia*-. — _.)>:—Tlie «-
tremity to which small politic, .ns are
driven wheu election day ts too long deferred, is well illustrated in the Hiotio
"dialogue" which appears In Truth of
Sunday morning. The dialogue in queition is alleged to have taken place between a defender of Mr. Corbould, (why
"defender" ?) and a supporter of Mr.
Cunningham. 'Tlio scene of the controversy is appropriately laid in a bar-room,
as it ia painfully, evident that both parties to it were considerably under the influence of liquor,
Dick, Mr, Corbould's defender, apparently carried tho heaviest load, for be
begins by "looking thunder" at hia opponent. Poets have sometimes written
of a "lightning glauce," but a man must
be very drunk when he looks "thunder."
Harry seems to havo been sober enongh
to realize that it ia useless to argue with
an intoxicated man, for he says bnt little, allowing Diok to do all tht talking.
It must make Mr. Corbould very tired
to road tho productions of some of his
"defenders," and from presont indications ho wiU soou have came to pray to
be deliverod from his friends, especially
from the wild, wild western journalist on
Church stroot.   Yours,        Asm Ror.
New Westminstor, Nov. 18.h, 1889.
-IniMlumba™: Aur-werc-l.
Editor Columbian—Sir:—My attention was called to a communication whioh
appeared iu your issue of the 15th over the
signature "No Humbug" in which tho
writer makes u cowardly and slanderous
attack on myself and friends who are
supporting Mr. Corbould's (.lection as
our representative to tbe local house. I
am sorry Mr. Cunningham haa got to
suoh straits that ho has. to employ such
mon as Mr. Greer and ''No Humbug" to
do hia dirty work. It is quite true Idid
support Mr. Bole in his election, and also
nuito true that I am now supporting Mr.
Corbould, and in doing bo am actuated
by the best of motives, that is, the welfare and future prosperity of our oity,
and on tho 25th Nov. will prove to Mr.
Cunningham and hia cowardly advocate
that the electors are of the same opinion,
that Mr. Corbould is the man to represent us in the local house. "No Humbug" accused mo of being after the almighty dollar. Well I have no hesitation in saying that I am after that dollar, and don't you think that friend Tom
has a strong loaning that way. In foot
the whole Cunningham tribe are built
that way. Now I would like to ask "No
Humbug" if ho remembers tho time one
of tho Cunningham family misrepresented tho city and district in tho Dominion
house; how he took a contract for supplying the poor Indians with blankets,
and only escaped being hoavily fined by
resigning hia Beat and thus disfranchising this constituency. And again when
we aent him to the local houso wai it not
a repetition of his conduct in the Dominion houae, only it was nxo handles
this timo at ono dollar each? I tell you,
Mr. Humbug, this city has been Cun-
nighamed too much in the past and I
am confident that on tho 25th Nov. all
•ight thinking and independent electors
will share my opinion. Tho Cunningham
fnction always nave had tho government
patronage in the paat and can keep it in
tho future. 1 can live without government aid, thank heaven, and defy any
peraon to rightfully chargo mo with doing a dishonorable act either in private,
business or public life Again "No Hum*
bug" asks who are Cunningham's supporters; Echo answers, "who" for I tell
you they aro few and far between; and
it Mr. Cunningham Is wiso, ho will withdraw from the contest, and by doing so
provo that ho has tho truo interests of
our fair eity at heart. In conclusion 1
would Bny, if "No Humbug" has any
moro dirt to sling let him have the manliness to come out over his own name, or
else attend to his book keeping In the
swamp, Apologizing for taking up so
much of your valuable space, I am yoars,
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The Times says that nn editorial
whi.li appeared in this paper on
WtNlnesday last, in reply to its
shameless mid stupid n ltuck on the
electors of this eity us a body, is
"painfully pointless." VPoenn understand why oui'ootoutjiorury should
Bay bo; tho expression is peculiarly
appropriate: the "painful points"
hav. -n iduntly penetrated our cotemporary's pachydermatous sheathing
nnd broken off and mc now rankling beneath the surface ; hence tho
feel mi,'groan emitted ns above, Seri-
ouivy, when it comes to be considered, thore wore quite it number
of pointi in the article in question,
and, aa the Times has been literally
turgid with abuse and calumny of
this constituency even since our
first operation, and has been poisoning its circulation by another infusion of Truth (?), we shall sharpen
up the "painful points" and give our
suffering cotem. anothor dig, for its
own good of courso. One now point
wo may noto to begin with, and that
is, that tbe Times in its last attack
has abandoned all attempt to roturn
to tlio arguments (.) which we
pricked, but contents itsolf with a
longer quotation from 'Truth and a
simple reussertmont of its former
calumnies.
Z pon what does the Times base
its wholo windy hurrah 1 it will bo
worsh while to inquire. Upon the
simple fact thnt no avowedly opposition candidate ban been found
to e .me forward at this time and
contest- for tho vacant sent in the
pro'iucial parliament. This is certainly a significant fact, and requites cool aud dispassionate investigation beforo rushing into hasty
and foolish conclusions, We cnre
nothing for the Times' theories on
the question, whieh, being ready
niads> nnd ulways to hand, that journal ries to tit on, like nn old cap,
to ad imaginable cases and circum-
stances, whenever provincial polities
is concerned. We have the fact.
\Vhat, without, prejudice or favor,
is tt e obvious and actual explanation, upon inquiry into all the cir-
circun.tances bearing on the case?
In the lust general election, iu July
of 1886, Mr. Bole, tho opposition
candidate, polled 212 votes- out of a
totu1 registered voting population of
■160 in this eity ; his opponent, Mr,
Penis, only secured 37 votes. Mr
Boh was at the time of the election
refe-red to at the Hood tido of bit
popularity ; he was to he tho "com
ing iu_ n," the Napoleon undor whom
the demoralized opposition ranks
wen- tn form up, and beforo whom
all o .posing forces were to dissolve
and wheel into tho triumphant pro-
cession. BufcJnin--s Bay proved a
Wat jr! oo, On the other hand, Mr.
Bole s opponent was not n popular
man, and, whilo the former got ninny
vote.", on personal grounds, th at
otherwise wero favorablo to tho
government, the latter received just
barely the support of the staunch*
est government electors, and tho
great, bulk of the government voters
disfriiiohised themselves altogether
on tin; occasion in question. Wo
are thus particular about analyzing
these matters of recent history because, the Times in its nrticlo rested
the weight of it_ oontantipn on tho
assumptions that this constituency
was ni opposition preserve, and that
Mr, Bole had been elected by ac-
ohuniition (!) because of his pro
liimnced hostility to tho government.
Wa have, then, as tho legitimate
Oppositionstrongth in this eity, three
years ngo, 21'J vote.., minus at least
one third on nc nunt of the circutu-
staiues outlined iibnve, or less tlian
an nctuaj voting strength of 150.
Since JWSfl (Ik* number of registered
voter, for this city Una increased
fl-ODl 400 to nearly' 1000. Wo are
|'"rfe;tly s-ire in -saying that the so-
called opposition party hus gainer]
lio following or prestige in the
. nu-aiitiine, but rather lost, uiul the
ndmioistrntivo party, although by
no means perfect iu every respect,
has gained oorreaj)ondingJy. If tho
Times imitfc v.-nt its blackguardism
oh some object because no ono bus
been found to el. vato tbe opposition
liniino-- in this city, let it confine
it. remark*! to its own Hook, But
wo njiini. that neither raillery nor
pci'su-ision . mill! induce a man or a
body of men to court certain and
overwhelming defeat on behalf of
principle™ no indeterminate and a
cause ft j uiierly weak and worthless
us th it of i he present notuinnl "op
ppaitioti1- in thi. province.
The sweet, guiloleBB simplicity of
the advertiser for u husband or a
wife, as the caso may be, is remark*
nblo. Thus, thero is, "Advertiser,
ago _0, going into business, wishes
lo correspond .Wilt femalo with
means, or young widow," The gen
tlemon evidently thinks that boeauso a woman has boon married
once, there is somo guarantee that
sho will make a good wife; bo, although he requires a premium, ho to
speak, with u "female" (presumably
meaning a spinster), he is quito willing to forego any suoli inducement
In the case of a widow.   It is inter
esting  to   note   the    distinotion
he draws between a female aud a
widow. Many before him lmve
held this distinotion, but with u
difference, scarcely flattering to the
"relict of the late departed," Thus,
Mr. Waller. ff-i wh°> tt is generally
conceded, had some grounds for his
opinion, was most averse to "vid*
dors,"both as a class and indi vidually,
and wo all havo rend his pathetic
advice to Iub hopeful sou, to have
nothing to do with them. In these
inatriinouiakadvertisements two or
three very remarkable things aro
generally disccrniblo. Tho gentlemen seeking wives are invariably of
tho bluest blood aud generally wish
to meet with partners who are
"good looking, youug, domesticated
ami with some means." The ladies
who seek mates aro all that the
most exacting swain could desire,
veritable goddesses; but, alas, alas,
with very few dollars. And so it
happens tliat timo and again wo seo
the same pathetic appeal from
"Juliet, 21 (always 21, although the
advertisement may run for yours),
highly connected, loving disposition,
(lark, generally considered good looking, seeks a husband/' Sometimes
tho lady adds by way of postscript,
"Elderly gentleman not objected
to, with a little money." This frank
open avowal of a desire fur "a little
monoy," or "menus", soonjs to pervade the wholo run of matrimonial
advertising, and seems to imply that
tho individuals seeking partners nro
not, liko Otosar's wife, above sus
picion, but rather make no secret of
the fact that they aro stono broko.
It would probably be interesting to
follow up the sequels to some of
these matches which nro made
through the medium of tho press,
but it might prove that the interest
would bo of a tragical nature.
Whether it is^so in most oases is nn
open question, which, of course, iu
the nature of things, does not admit
of satisfactory solution. Undoubtedly some of theso marriages aro
happy enough, but thut the greater
percentage are anything liko tolerable seems generally considered to
bo doubtful. Where tho question
of money is so pushed to tho front
ns in most of thoso advertisnients,
considerations of affection are probably littlo thought of.
NOTES ANI) COMMENTS.
A Wisconsin judgo has just given
an odd decision in a divorce cas**.
Instead of granting absoluto divorce,
which was asked for, he has ordered
a separation for three years, counselling the parties to endeavour to settle their differences amicably during
that period. If they find themselves
unable lo do so they are to renew
the suit and tho decree will be granted. 	
Paul clu Chaillu, tho writer and
traveller, is 52 years of ago. He is
under the averago height, round
shouldered, and not at all handsomo.
His face is strong and his forehead
commanding. He has French blood
in his veins, which is shown by his
vivacity of manner, Ho has an inexhaustible fund of anecdotes, and
his conversational powers aro great.
He has done a vast amount of work,
but is in lino hpalth, His long journeys iu African jungles do not seem
to hive iujured his constitution at
all.
An enquiry made some timo ago
into the management of the Quebec
lunatic asylum resulted in tho discovery that the good sisters conducting them had not learned tbo best
modern system of treating tho mentally afflicted. Since thou Sister
Therese,of tho Longuu Point asylum
has paid a visit to many of tliH asylums of Europe. During hor travels
tho lady learned thnt music htitli
charms to soothe tho savage breast,
.Slater Theresa proposes therefore to
equip tiie various wards with pianos.
Tho constant banging of tho piano,
wliich makes so many sane people
mad, may, homcoopathicallyj "make
mad peoplo sane.—Mail,
ggjjjgg P-ftJTIflB flOLPMBUIf. WW WgSTMIMgPBR, a a, MOVBMBgB 1& 1SH8.
The death of thn Earl of Leveti
has directO'l attention to his having
been ono of an increasing number of
British titled persons who are not
deterred by nny rigid interpretation
of tho maxim iiobleeae oblige from
entering business lifo, Ho was a
member uf n well-known banking
linn iu London aud foryears attended regularly at tho oflico It was
from this banking concern, persons
wilh with long memories for all
kinds of oddities aro fond of remembering, that tho cheque for twenty
thousand pounds to Lord Macaulay
from his publishers was issued, being
the first instilment of tho author's
profits on his famous "History."
Professor Bryce, tho English M.
P., the author of the book on thu
American commonwealth which wns
so well recoived by the reading public of two continents last year, appear., to have, as nautical men would
say, struck n snag. In order to fulfil tin. requirements of the United
States ropywright law a portion of
the book was written in that country. This portion contained a sketch
of the Tweed ring, and was writteu
by a New York journalist. In it
woro reflections upon Mr. A. Oakley
Hall, formerly mayor of,Now York,
but now a resident of London and a
British subject, This gentleman,
feeling himself aggrieved, will bring
suit against Professor Bryco for
twenty thousand pounds damages,
If he has n good cuso the American
profits ou tho book will scarcely do
morn than meet the expenses of (lie
suit, tho moral of tho wholo affair
being that attempts to tulfil the
letter of the copyright law are not
always unattended with danger.
.'oli nrlhUug of all kinds neatly done
at the Colombia. olHuo, Prloeu will I e
.'•uiul ns low as at anv othor oflloe tn
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SEALED PROPOSAL™, ADDRESSED
to the City Clerk, will lm received ud
to noon of the Ifith day of Janunrv, Ifiiw,
for ths construction of a complete sy*t .in
WATER-WORKS
For tho City of New Westminster,
lilds will nlso be received for separate
portions of the work, us per schedules,
Plans and specification, ran bo soen
istul ■•.'irlloulars obtained ;il the ofllt-t! of
the water-Works Engineer, Cllty Hull,
New Westminster.
(Signed), W.H. KOstVRY,
dnoiltd    Chairman Water Committee.
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REQUISITION.
Gordon !■_. Corboiiltl. Esq., Xew
Westminster, it. _',.
DEAR SIRi-We, lho Undersigned electors nnd nitopiiycr™ of Hie City of
Kew Westminster! beg that you will consent In your nomination ns our representative to the Provincial Legislature at the
eleotion to be held In consequence of Mr,
Bole's resignation.
Wo feel confident tliat wlih your well-
known ability nnd integrity, there Is
no person more lilted for this responsible
position than yourself.
We, therefore, In the Interests of the city
nud dlstrlot at large, most respectfully
urge upon you to nccedo to our request,
promising on our part to pledge om .elves
to your support in the coming election.
We romnln, doar sir, faithfully yours,
Dnvld Vims A .1 Tolmie
.Tame™ 1) I Inn A M Herring
Ii Litlif.v 11 Morey
Thomas Levi '"SUi-sky
.1 K Mati.-iHi 0(. AhsUii
tt. W Gray SHstilrloy
'IMTnipp PJ Foulds
OH Murray A Smither
WJ Matlinra HT Heiid
110 Moiihco l-'.K. mliluml
.lohu Wlntemutfl N H Finl also n
John Kelly CO Major
G-orge Wolfenden A (j (.nnilile
David Lyal Thomas It Pearson
0 I Hotwon C C Worsfold
Wm Tli-t-ien (JlHU'le.. !•' Woods
Win McColl Henry Elliott
K s 8-.. .iitnr E M N Woods
AW Si-mil inr It PFreemnn
A,I AHiislrnuR HW  'gle
It SI Ma. FaiT'ine .1 C llrown
0 Nrwlnglou .TE Bllll-V
W M_Ku- 1*0 111 tod win
AMoltao GW Gilley
J conty Jas K Brennan
.loli ii Gray A 0 Lund
J G .Tnquos Thomas Clellnnd
W E Townsond Jamos Lonmy
James Tlerm-y 13 11 Honiiilinnu
Siimut-I Woods -.abort Keory
Huh-. Wintemuto Samuel J Owens
W A Hi-Wolf Smith William Keldt
WW Wilkinson Win alley Hovill
OW Humor OH Mil [gun
ArthurH MoBrlde Win It Kelly
BU Curran 8 H Wobb
Allan Jackson J 11 ' is
Geo Hutchinson HP Wilson
I. A JemiH James Trodden
Jinni-s W Harvey W H Ken.y
S T Mackintosh (! McDonough
Andrew Loamy J G Smith
Dashwood Jones Frederick ElokholT
Charles T Millard HWMelnlosh
Georgo A Kelly HJThompson
J It Polley Thos a MclnnieH
Wm Wolfendon Thomas MoQullty
Thos Ij Briggs H 11 shad well
W K lH-kliison Iill *H_ich
1 U Fisher M a Hiivi'8
Frederick Crake James wiso
A.I McColl LP Bonson
R E PJ_ Y.
GENT*_EMBNi*-Tliavo to thank you for
your roqiilsUlon requesting mo to allow
myself to ho nominated lo represent you
in tho LeglHltiturc of I his province, and for
your kind ex pros.1: Ions of confidence In
my fitness to llll so rospoiiilblo n position.
In acceding to your wishes, I do so with a
great deal of pleasure, uml If elected .hall
(■Ivo the present admlnlslration my honrty
support, at the same Hum guard,tothe
best- of my ability, the Interests of tho eity
of Kew Westminster.
I have the honor to be,
Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Servant,
GORDON IB. COIl 1101LI).
nbor 2nd, 1889,
duot-td
.faction  Address.
To the Electors of New Westminster Oity:
GENTLEMENt-As you are aware, I
have, in reply toivery Inlliienl'lally sinned requisition, eoine forward us ll Wllllll*
dull- for tin' ri'pu'..!*ntntl(Hi Af this .Ily In
tin; l,i'gisliiliiro of llio Province, and now
begum.,! respectfully to i-oliult llio voio
and HiI1ii.-ii.--i of every otOOtor,
As Now Westminster is tbo natural
ci'iniv mul ilistilbiiliug point of the dls-
trlot,U will be '.lie duly of your reprosenln-
llvo lo a sM, In every way wllhln his
power the ofn.rls of thu dMrlci mombors
toi'Ci'iire I ho'construction of tlie many
]iiild In works, especial ly roads ami bridges,
whleh tliegieataml growinglinportuqoo
of tbo district uiul.i's uc_e_™tiry, in this
cnnni.Tllou I would specially mention llio
road.'; needed to connect us with the North
Arm and Maple Itlilgesettlemoiils.nndns
.Intend h lily tostlpporl and hope to
wiii-k i")i'il;al!y with tbo Giivenimnnt, I
trust lhat, If elected, I shnll ho utile to
render Imiiorlaitl services In this direction.
Wllhln our own cinislliHoncy several
Important mutters in the 'nine line will
demand Ihe spoala! attention of your ro*
pr.-ieiiiativ.. A court liouse of tbo uli-.o
and -tvi.* Miiluhlu lo (Ito dimensions
which our elly will certainly attain in ibe
near futuro mind bn erected during tlio
ciiming year, imd ft will, in my opinion.
be lint duty of the Govcniineiil to assist
materially hy subsidy in ttmcoiislriKttloii
nf HiHfi.. ■ trallle brH-e which miisl sborl-
ly connect im with too southern bank of
lhc Fraser, as that, bridgo N eer tit Inly n
work of pnivhiei.il mid not merely of
local iiitpiirimic'-.
lllll,the most Important<|iicfill«n hone
of udll--i-'-nl. nature, undone, happily, In
tbo tri'iiimi'iit of which your rcpie-.!'illative will he  largely favored  by oireiim-
stanoes—liilludoto the re-lUtrlbtUlon of
seals. Tbe time hns fully come when
that question should ho dealt Willi In n
bromt and general way. In any mioli re-
arrangement, representation by population nitisl be made tho basis nf iv-adtust-
ini-iit. II, will be lhc duty of your representative lo see that Hits eity 1_ given Its
full rights In this matler.nudns theNctdo-
ment. of this question will nlT_otour In-
torosts for yoar™ lo como, I pledge my™, if,
tfoloeled, to spare no etlbrl to sccuro full
Justico to both elly nnd district In this
respect.
should a division of tho British Columbia Agricultural Association tnko pluce,
It will bo i hoduty of your representative to
soo that thoro Is no reduction In lhe grant
Hindi-to the iu-ho. hit ion In aid of tho Exhibit on la thli cily; In iced, looking to
Ihogrowlllginiporliinccnftheoxhiblllnns.
tho Government should itlvo favorablo
consideration to Ihe question nflnercas*
Ing that grant.
TIih Government shinltl, la my opinion,
deed to the city nil publio lands wllhln Its limit** not actually required for the
uno of tho Government
As the representative of ii growing and
progressive city, It would !)■_' my endeavor
in wiileb every opportunity of altrncllnip
to Now Westminster low Industries and
m iv means fnrtheilevcInpinon|.iifwoHllh:
nnd to obtain for snch any necessary ns-
slsianco frotn Iho Government.
As this Is tho closing scs-dun of iho
present parliament,-1 need not detail my
views as lo general loglslnllon; hut thore
Is one point, whleli demands Immediate
alleniiiui. Au act should be passed eon-
fei ring upon every clllXbll thn right to
bring suit against 1 ha Govern ment, as the
law now stands Hienonsent of the Government must bo obtained beforo nny such
action can bo brought and this confers
upon Ihu Government power thnt they
should not possess.
With Ibis In*Iof expression of my viow™.
ami again Killeltliig your support, I nm
(■entleini'ii,
Yonr obedient servant,
GORDON E. COIUlOl'LD.
-1
JAMES   CUNNINGHAM,
The Pioneer Hardware Man
Is still on Columbia Stroet, with the Largest nnd Best Stock of HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, CRUCKERY, GLASSWARE,
PAINTS and OILS in the Province,
itarHo is now handling a fine Hue of COOKING aud HEATING STOVES.
The sales are increasing daily.   Want of room for the lurge ntock, which is being
constantly added to, is felt to bo at this season very inconvenient, but ns soon as
his new Brick is completed to Front Street a atock will be kept on hand common-
Biirato with the rapid increase of tho population of the city.
Iu tho Plumbing line, tmstnithing work ia done on the promisoj., as usual, by
good workmen- no snide boys trusted with such important work. docl7tc
Hold Your Orders
 ■—AND —
Save   Mr.n™«?
As wo have a Cur-load of the Celebrated
Adams & Son's Lumber Wagons,
Which will be here In nbout 10 Days.
We will also receive a number of Delivery WugOlis by the same car.
Mainland Carriage Works.
doolie _Bxrx.x.3*o*sr & ____tn-K*so**sr.
ZRD.   8.  HAJUU
Bookseller, Stationer and Importer!
(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL),
Columbia St., New Westminster.
English, Foreign and United States Periodicals and Newspapers constantly on hand.   Books imported to order,
sloellc
0PEN1NI
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK SF GOODS*
A|KS.M.I.. .VILMA™ltf-&_.£KS_.!. U.tKl'KI-. OPEN Tin_Il. NEW
iVl Millinery Stock to-day (Oct. Ut), lu tho WINTEMUTE BLOCK, on
Columbia" Streot, third door cast of Church Street.
We are also prepared to do Fashionable 3. i*.\**'liiniki[]■*:, "3 we have a
a first-class Fitter anil Draper from the east.   Perfect fit guaranteed.        docltc
A.   DesB
ner Columbia a
orr. c. p. i
iims I
Corner Columbia and  Blackie Streets,
orr. <J. P. 11. STATION,
l'l
Merchant
l_™_,_ICT_ID
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
JAMES D.
[SUCCESSOR TO D.  JIcPHADE*.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
HB*" EHJ _H_ "SIB   .     eSfc SO <_
Oolleiss Roast-d isnsl Ground nu tin- i-Ynmisos.    Kiiiu 'Ws.m 11 Sppuialty,
iHvly —— —■COLUMBIA STREET-"-™-——"
ISIilffil! HON™ Wl
(ohiniiiiii Streot, flfew Westminster.
-.KPT
iiii i_ i,
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  l'l ™.-™OI*S  IN OENEltAls.    I'tUiSll   A..» COKNEU
MEATS AliWAVH ON l!,lji». ,
__*Speciiil liin:ts qsustisil for tins «liipping trosle.   Family ordprestrictly tsttendod
to.   llotolis svill Uiul it to tlieir iitts-'Vutst to plss.'O tlioir onloi. wltli tlm alsovss lirsss.
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
S. MANAHAN,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Knron, Suiisugc, KoEogiuis, Dtc.
dnolyl
NOTICE.
[L.S.]       ItVOU NKI.80N.
VICTORIA, by Uio Grace of Ood, of Hi ft
United Kingdom of Great Britain ami
Ireland, QunKH, Defender nf tlio I'allli,
Ac„Ac,,&p.
'ih the Returning Officer of the Electoral
District of New Westminster City:
WHEREAS A VACANCY HAS HAP*
pencil In tlio Legl-dntlve Assembly
by llm rrBlgliotlon of William Normnn
Hole, Esrmlro, Member for tha Eloolornl
District of Now West nilimter City, wo ooiii-
mandyou tliat no'lce of tlio ilmo nnd
plnoo of eleotion hcltig duly given, you do
eanic eleotion to bo made aocordltig (o
Inw, of ono Mombor to nerve In IhOLCRls-
1st Ivo Assembly Of tho Province of Brlilsl]
Columbia, for lhe Elcctu-nl Dlstrlot. of
NowWestmlniitor City, and Mint you do
cause tlie nomination of candidate™ nt
xt-oh election tn bo held on tbo day
of , ond do caiino the namo of suoli
Member when so elected, whothor he be
present or absent, to bo certified to Our
Hupreine Court, nt the City of Victoria, on
or before the Hocond day of  Deccinhor
next, the election ho made, distinctly and
openly, under Our fteal duly endorsed
upon this Our Writ.
In TehtimonyWltRlteop, We have canned thoso Our Letters to be mado Patent, under the Groat Heal of Our said
province of British Columbia! Wit-
noun, tho Honourable Hit*.it Nelson, at Our Government Hoimo, at
Victoria, tho Twenty-ninth day of
Oolober, tit the yonrnf Our ..mil one
tlimimind eight hundred nnd olghty-
nlne.
By Command,
JAMES O. PREVOST,
Registrar of tbo Supreme Court.
dnoGw2
n    HUME, DRAYMAN, IS NO I,ONG-
{y, ct In our employ,
ilaolllfi        DICKINSON A. BINNIE.
:_BST___.T_™1   o*p
Robert Dickinson,
(IlECEASEIS.)
VTOTICE IS HEI1EI1V GIVEN THAT
i.1 all ninnlON slim Mils csilnte ills he
piiU /ssrllisvllli lo William Wright Dlo„-
Isshop, mul nil cluliiiH lujisiii.t tho estntss
must tin isirsvill'ileil, slnly psoveil, to tlisi
mslil William Wright IJIclsliiBosi.foriniy-
sssssssl.
OAIIOMNE MATILDA DICKINSON,
oiiAm,i™E.woon-f--""''v'
Executor.
Now Wo-itmin--tor, II. C,
November Ilth, 1881).     dnol2m
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the business heretofore carried on
by tlio Into Robert Dickinson will ln future bo oonducted under the n-iinonnd
stylo of Dlcklnnon A Co., Mr. William
Wright DlcltiiiHon boing monagorof said
btndnci-i, with full powor lo receive tnon-
lesondnlifii receipt*) for the snme, to sign
aud einlorsi- in-nmlNsory notes nnd
(sheqncKiind do nil acts nnd doeds necon-
nnry for tlio carrying on of the snld.btlHl*
nenn.
CAROMNI'. M ATII.DA DICK 1NSON,
OHABLES 1::. WOODS,
Executrix nnd Exoeutorof tho Will
of RonKin Dickinson, deceased.
New Westminster, B. 0.,
Novembor Ilth, 1889.    dnol2m
jyToarxo-B-.
4 LL PERSONS INDICBIED TO W, t>.
J\ ForrlB are iTouosiod io pny the same
to L. Thornbt-r, who will settle nil Just accounts nnd give receipts for samo, and
will attend to all unfinished business.
W. D. FEBR1..
Now West., 13ih Not., 1889.      dnol8*lw
1. VJ. Ul
Dualer-i in all kinds of
Groceries
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Co-, Columbia aiidDougliiaSt™,,
dmiSty! NEW WESTMINSTEI..
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWARIIiSI), WHIMS
Rates- $1.01. nnd $1,50per Dny,
AceoHBisa to noosi.
SPECIAL KATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
B.' I .u-lii's supplied with till kinds of
ICE-CilI_AM. .iiiiy.mil
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN THAT
the piutner-shlp horotofaro subsist-
int. botweon iho unddrslgnod under the
flnt' nntne of Comerfonl A MoDongall,
Mi-i,'ii:(Tii Tuilors, lui'' been nlnnolvo 11tils
dny liy nuituiil conscnl. AM .iccouuts
owing thelnto firm nro to bo paid to J. A,
McIiDii^ull, nnd nil elnlnis miiilnsl tho
snid tiriii will he settlod by him.
T. OOMERFORD,
.1. A. MODOUGM-T™
Now West., Any. 81,1880.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
\\rll.l, OONT1XUE THE UDSINESH
V, under Ills msn ssiune, lit llie sunn!
dtoi'o, on Oollmsbla slroet, next lo l:
Clnillo'K. A ciniili'iinnce of tlm isnhllo
!.iilr(iri:'S.'ly si'.-'iii'i'l.'llll.v Hitllislli'il. St'll*-
fiidliiii giuiraiitcosl. tlsvsesto
 1IASON
■
Tlie fluent isnfio tmohtof
English 'ffwcwls, Worsteds,
I'lincy -'iiiilings, &i-.,
Ac, .just
i
r.i-ii.1
Aeall solloltod. Armscrong Block, New
div Westminstor. mh_8to
Is!
inn:,.., n
Aii-'tlit-i* consignment of Goods Just arrived.  We havo now got
The Kest Engllsli, Scotch nml
French Woods
Tlmt can bo hnd in tho market, PosHlva*
lyllu* cbntcest so oelloo of Pnntliii'S In
tlie el! i'. nn.1 nt prices to suit everybody.
Call ...nl bocom iiieed. NotroUblOtOShoW
(fundi. All are welcome lo inspect,
who; her l hey buy or not.
AH work guaranteed, and done
oa the shortest possible
notice.
j_™.™™_£__3___&_£*0-_3-_-Kr
Science of Dress Cutting
Which insures n porfoof. tit ovory time and
Is so easy that a child can iindo.intnud It,
BEGGS"&~HEARD,
Leading  Merchant   Tailors,
1 Dour West of Dickinson's BiifcherSlmp,
diiiblyl 84 COLUMBIA STREET.
Election Address.
To the Eh dors af the City of Ncut Wesh
minuter:
GENTLEMEN:-Having boon noml-
niiteil t.i llll tbo vacancy la lho Provincial Lcglsliitiiro oeont-lonod by the re*ic-
iiniitiii of .iudgi* Iloto, It Is proper and
ik'lit tlmt I -ihould itlvo you uelcnr and
illsiii.e|. ■italemoiil of iho muusures which
I shnll support, If elooted.
1. I shnll support tlio present government ns loiitf m I am convinced of Ils
honest inti'iitinn to iidinluislor publio
iiflidrH .villi jiisileennddls- rellon,
L'. Iti'dlsirlbutlonof sentn lu tlio Logh-
In!lire, with n view of plnclng Mils eltv
nud dlst'lct. In the front rank, n polo which tboy uro honestly cut.Med by
vli-fiio of liieionseil wealth, populiilion
nnd exlonslvi? in u mi rae lures. \ou may
reil insured dial wheiitblsouostloneimies
tip, ns it surely must, I slinll cnre/iillv
ttuiird your lolerests, which I hm thiink-
fiit Irt know uro Identical with my own.
;t. aii appropriation for n District Court
Houso lo ho erected In tills city, and of
Mich I'luinictor and dimension-, nn will
meet, the present und prospective require*.
incuts of our rupldly increasing population.
4. A now Contral Hehool House, to be
constructed on modern hygienic principles, nud of sufficient size to accommodate tno vast numbor of Scliool children
In this city.
P. A bonus for the lirst fruit cunning and
piicking establishment in successful operation.
(I. A lilii-rnl gniiitln lnndMormoi.cv.nr
bolh, in nid of llie eonstruotlon of a railway nnd free t ruffle bridge across the Eraser river within tho corporate limits of
this city.
7. Government uid toward tho following:
(a.) A trunk road through tho entiro
length of Lulu Island to connect this
city with the rnllway and freo truffle
bridge to be built by lho NewWestminster Hon them Uud wny Co,
(b.) A road from this eity down the
mainland shoro of the Norlh Arm of
Fruser rlvor.
(c.) Repairing lho Now West mliiBler and
Vnin W'igoii road.
(d.) Wngon roads leading from this eity
lo the mtinlolpnlillOH of Burrey, Delta and Maple Itldgo.
8. Our agricultural mid horticultural societies Klin] I of noccBRlly receivo every assistance that Icmii render, My past conduct In this regard must bo my guarantee
for future faithfulness,
Wostmlnster may not reeeive ail she ro-
null-on ond wlileh sho Is Justly entitled to
miring the coining session, but lam non-
.ii.l_-._r. thnt hy proper representation much
can he accomplished, and if you honor mo
with yniu'eoiilldenco nnd stippott Ifihnll
faithfully contend for your right, on all
occasions, nnd all nioasuros affl-cllngyour
interest-- will receive my Intelligent support.
I huvo tlio honor to ito,
Gen tl omen,
Your obodlent servant,
THOMAS CUNNINGHAM,
Now West., Nov. 13,1880, dnol2td
STOVES! STOVES!
JOO    -Oi
E, S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Gheao Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FOROKT THE ADDEESSi
.itvftfani Sts„ Vancouvr.
•OR   V-Oi
SAMUEL MELLARD,  -  CHILLIWHACK.
Whom wc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves ;i!.
New Westminster prices. dwnoi'i
THIS SPAC1S UELONO- 'ro
\. T. READ & CO.
llAlilsW.U'E MERCHANT .
BUGGIES!     BUGGiES1
JUST RECEIVED,
A  CAR LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iIcLaugh! in
KBL Ml  _T__ **___*- M   ____ 9_.
 ____30	
DUPLEX, flANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wago.-i*!
lEST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^
.,-„„.*,.,     "F^e-icl. db 0*u._rr*ie.
Chas. McDONOUGH,,
rront Street, New .Vestiiiinstei-.
I
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all Unite of Woolen Boofls
REIJADV-NADE CLOTHING.
___. Tlie only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
industry. dmh3_tc
ROYAL CITY
Planing ills Company, U,
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFAWl'lti:™™ ASD DKAI.KR8 IK
;i
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
__xrs .a.i.i, saND- oz-
WOOd Furnishing for Canneries.
Dom*™.   Frames,   Windows.
Mouldliiir™. Bala-iters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
Vancouver City Foundry & Madias Ms Co,
ilimiiudI
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HA VINO dftBATLY INCHKA9ED THEIR PREMISES AND MACII1N-
cry, am in a pusitiou to unilurtako tho comtrnctlon and repair, of Marine
ami Stiiiloiuii') Engines and Boilera. Milling. Mining and t'niui tj
illliclllllci'}, aa svoll at (.iNtlngg and Forging, of overy deiorlptlon,
Estimates given i all work gnnrnntecd.
F. BAKER, A. MoKI_-.ll,
SUCDETAI™. dw|U7™ MHOBi-ICiLMAKiOKIl. VQLUMB VII. -NO. UJ
IN TH6 QLPVER.
Ia tho pasture's clover deap
There I love to Ho and sleep.
Over mo the placid sky—
Bluo save'*™ hero hii golden 070
Oat or heaven's window looks
la tho mirrors 0! tho brooks.
That Apollo moy behold
How Hko me he. too, grows old■
All about me billows blown,
Emerald si ocean's own.
By tho drowsy (tales that blow
Catching fragrance as they go.
CniBOO ot that clover isle
Ther- I court) to dream awhile,
Far from worry, strife or din.
Shut my island oome within,
Deep-drawn breaths of winy air
Are tbe nectar I drink there;
Hebe ne'er hor draughts served up
Brimming suoh a sapphire oup I
Thossaly no'or prow a vino
Yielding sueh a sparkling wino,
Drinking which 'tis mino to feel
Blissful languor o'er mo steal
Give me then that olover bod
With its blue roof overhead,
Thoro to lie and dream away ■**
All the tedious hours of day.
Fan shall ohoer mo with hii rood,
Fawns shall danco aoross tbe mead,
Dopbnli tend his snowy herds,
And Theocritus make word.
Mingle in soft melody
In my slumbor-Slolly
Set the clover sea amid,
As of old ln Grcoco ho dldl
—Frank Dempster Sherman, In N. Y, Independent ______________________
BIDING TO WIN.
Though the Race Was Lost the
Prise Was Won,
"I .Id not know you had bo muoh poetry
in your composition," observed Mrs, An-
struthor, languidly.
Leila Marsdon arranged tbe delicate lace
nt her wrist with an air of abstraction.
"He Is vory good looking, and ho rides
.plan .Idly," she Bald, "and ho-er— he does
lore me to distraction, you know."
"As many othors probably will do boforo
your time is ovor, my doar; but that has
milling to do with the case. You must get
married, and Templo is just the man for
you. As tor tlio other one, he'll get over It
iu time; thoy always do, You ere surely
not poing to trouble your Billy little head
about him."
Miss Marsden roso and walked across
tho room Lo tbe veranda. "I'll think about
It," sho said, half turning in the doorway
to Rlanco back at hor sister. "I'll think
about it, and I'll make up my mind this
evoning. Thero I I can't promise moro than
that, can I, Rose. You aro satisfied, aren't
youl"
"Yes, lam satisfied," replied Mra. An-
Blnithor* and as sho dozed through tho
long afternoon that followed she allowed;
hor sister to figure very prominently in hor)
dreams as tho wife of Major Temple
wburtou of Uio —hussars and futuro
Haronet.
M.„irabad is famous for Its pretty girls;
mit prettiest aud most striking of all wus
Leila ftlnrsdon at Iho race ball that night,
"lluco ball" la, perhaps, too big a term to
bo properly applied to it; but tho arrival of
n couplo of regiments on their way to tho
front ior lir-cl stirred up Sizirabad to sports
on three dnys of the wook, tho race ball Intervening.
"You'll como down to sec tho finish to-
morrow, M_*9 Marsdon!" asked Tommy
Cumpbcll, tiie wit of Sizirabad, as ho strolled
up to Leila that evening and asked her for
. dance. "There's tho oup raco coming off,
you know, and tho ladles' handica-p- end
the "nee Willoughby rides to win—the one
wi tt tho lady as prize."
"\\ hot do you mean!" asked Leila, laugh
inff.
"Ho means the ladles' prize race," said
Mn jor Arburton, standing close behind her,
and glowering at Campbell over her shoulder.
"And is Mr. Willoughby quite likely to
win iti" asked Leila, somewhat indifferently.
"Tho betting is all on him, but he's got a
t.citliab mount, and I don't like that left-
hand corner of the course. With a pulling
horso, and a vicious brute into the bargain,
you Btand a raro chanco of jumping tho
li .dgo and disappearing down tbe precipice.
..ni t imagine why tliey don't arnui go things
butter lu this outlandish land; but then 1
novor havo seen tho advantages of India.
Bug your pardon, Misa Marsdon, didn't
mean a pun." And ho disappeared among
tho dancors with a comical look on his fuco,
v.lille Leila laughed forcedly and turned to
tier1 .partner.
"H-.w odd he lsl" she said. "B/tho way,
what horso is Mr. Willoughby going to rido
tojnorrow in the Ladies' raco V
"Oue of mine—Mazeppa. You seem to
tuke a great Intorest in that follow Willoughby."  [Jealously.]
"Not at all. He is rather a friend of my
sister's," replied Leila, carelessly. "Aro
not yeu going to ride in this interesting raco,
Major Arburton J"
. "If you wish it [very tenderly], and if my
weight will allow of it." [Doubtfully.]
Tlio mixed sentiment jarrod ou Leila; but
ho v*.as rich, in a good regiment, with exccl-
l. at prospects. What mattered it that ho
Wild far beyond thirty, and nolonger so slim
m hn had boon I It was a good matoh for a
•I'linilcs™ girl and sho had no choice; and
■■>, I ;ig beforo the evening was over, peo-
)lt_ woro whispering togothor concerning
■J.ss .Marsden and Major Arburton, niidaro-
>ert Uow about that he had proposed and had
-■■en nccepted.
. Tho truth or otherwise of suoh statements
vas not to bo road on Leila's face. To all
i-siiw-ird observance she was as calm and
inutility and beautiful as ever. Nono know
hat sbe looked at hor programmo ovor and
ver again to make sure that there was no
lisinke, und that tho initials "0. C. W."
crawled against the fifteenth valso mado
ior await that dance with a sickening
wart.
It camo at last. The band struck up the
ttrnlits of a well-known valso, the room
jcgan to fill, and presently Leila Marsden,
with palor cheeks tban usual and a strango
ocnting ef tho heart, was floating round
with Charlie Willoughby as partner.
"Shallwo sit the rost out!" ho askod,
when they paused at length,
Leila bout her hoadln assent, and they
•■ti -Hed out of tbo room onto the long, low
voraudu, somewhat to tho dismay of bor
1 inter who hud watched them eagerly whilo
togothor. Tho moonlight throw the girl's
palo fuco and tall, Blight figuro into strong
relief against tbedarkvoritudnbackground.
Chiirllo Willoughby leant against a pillar
uvorrun with creeper mid lookod at hor
Jlsodly. He mado no oxcuso for himself,
nor did ho break tho sllcnco between thom.
Uis eyas searched hor faco as though lie
would read thore what ho dared not trust
himself to hoar.
Presently Leila spoke. Her voice sounded
fiiintand faraway oven to horsolf. "l hear,"
Bho said, pleadingly, "that yon are going to
rido a vory vicious horso to-morrow tn tho
Ladles' prize race, Plcnso don't rido it;
pleaso do not."
"And I hoar that you are engaged to
worry Mojor Arburton" (without tho
;■ .-jlitest roforonce to hor appeal). "Is that
iruo, Leila, or Is it not!"
She looked down and traced a little
turn 011 tho stono floor with hor foot.
"Is It true, oris it not!" ho repeated,
fiercely.
She lifted her eyes to his, and bow thero
tho passion wbloh trombled lu his voico.
"Don't bo angry; oh, do not I" she cried,
putting up hor hands with a deprecating
gesture; "thoy have mado me do It. I am ii
burden to my sister, you know; aud I
couldn't stand it any longer; and ho is not
so bad; but I love > ou tho best—oh, so much
thoboBtl You know it; only I-I—I am so
miserable."
"Doubtless," he Bold, gravoly, never for
un instant removing his cyos from tbo fair,
pltoous face; "so am I—very miserable; so
havo I beon for tho past montli, but my
misery doesn't seem to touch you muoh. 80
you aro going to marry this CrcosustthlB
elderly futuro Baronet, and throw ino ovor
quito, ore you, Leila!"
She twisted and untwisted hor hands
norvouBly, but made no reply,
"And you are good enough to take sufficient Interest tn mo to wish me not to
break my noutc to-morrow!"
Bho was Btill silent,
"Verygood. Thon listen tome. I ride
ta-mmw, fliyi I HAetpwln, and you ar.
to bo thn prl_o. Yes, you—do not look go
startled—you. I ride to win, or I ride to—
Nevor mind that part of the business. If I
win X shall consider you mine in spite of all
the Major Arburtons In the world. If not-*
do you understand the alternative, Leila!"
She bent her head. Could sho avoid
understanding it)
"It lies with you," he went on steadily.
"You know my horse, you know tho racecourse, you know me. If to*morrow beforo
starting you bid me rido to win, vory good;
if not— Tho music has begun again. Shall
I tako you back to your elderly futuro Baronet!"
"My dear Leila, what nonsensol" cried
Mrs. Anstruthor. "Bub your checks, child,
and drink this wino. You look as whito as
a ghost, and about ns unhappy. Not go to
tho races I You will have every ono saying
it is all off again just as it is all on. lt is
too aggravating of you, really."
It was tho day following the ball. Leila,
In hor slater's room, was utterly refusing to
accompany her to iho race-course, and
equally positive in hor rofusal to bco Major
Arburton.
"I know what it is," Mrs. Anstruthor
went on, angrily; "that boy has boon talking nonsense to you. It was too foolish of
you to give him a danco last night. If I hud
known of it I should havo takon you horn**
most certainly."
"Ho did not talk nonsense, and ho is not
foolish, nor Is ho a boy," crlod Leila, vehemently; aud then sho gavo way and relapsed inlo copious weoplng.
"At nny rate ho is only a sub-lieutenant,
nud can not possibly havo more than fivo
hundred a year. And what Is moro, he
doesn't moan it seriously with you. If you
throw over Major Arburton now you will bo
throwing hiin ovor for a moro shadow.
Everybody knows what a flirt Charlie
Willoughby is. He make** lovo to evory girl
bo meets."
"That Isn't true I" exclaimed Leila, with
au effort, at drying her tears.
"H'm! How about Fanuy Hope, and ono
or two others I could mention." Silence.
"And how about his debts!" Silence.
••Andbisgambllng—and that actross.ond—"
Leila sprang to her feet. "I won't listen
any moro 1" sho cried. " I do caro for him,
aud I hate Major Arburton, and I won't
marry him, and I will not go to the races
to-day."
Mrs. Anstruther grew pale. Sho felt her
last chance was going. " Thon I Bhall have
to remind you," she said, firmly, "tbat I
cun not support all my brothers and Bisters
all their lives. I did my bost for Noll, and I
am doing my best for you. You scorn to
forget that I havo children of my own to bo
broutfhtup. 1 counted on your marrying
as soon as possiblo. I did not count on
your throwing up a roasonablo chance."
It was cruel, but it had its effect. Leila
turned vory white, then sbo moved to tho
door. "I will go with you," sho said,
scarcely abovo a whisper.
Tho Ladies' prize raco was the noxt on tho
programmo. Cutisldomblo excitement prevailed among tho fair sex as to who would
win it, Leila alone sat calm uml num. veil
anion!," I ho spectators. Sbo did not Bcem to
hear or see any thiug till suddenly there was
a little Btlr and a bustle, and murmurs of
"Of eon it..! he'll wlh}" "He's sure of tlio
t-oooj'' '•! feel inclined to congratulate you
already, Mi*. Willoughby; you look so iiko
winning," otc.
The hero of tho raco took little notico of
such-like remarks. He mado his way to
Leiln, and bent low over hor.
"Whicli is it to be!" ho asked.'
For an instant earth and sky reeled round
her, then hor brain cleared, and she saw his
face, resolute, handsome, desperate. She
hesitated for one Instant; then sbe spoke:
"Hide to win."
The words wero so low ho could scarcely
hear them, but when he turned away there
was a smile in his eyes.
The horses and their riders were drawn
up ln a line. Leila strained her oyes to
watch every movement of black and white,
Mr. Willoughby's colors. Mazeppa fidgeted
and caught at the bit. Thero was bohio littlo delay, then tho flag was dropped; they
wore off. At flrst breathless Bllonco, then
growing excitement. The courso was n
small one, ond the race was to bo run twice
round.
Major Arburton, who had not taken part
In It, uttcreda"ThankGodl" ns,Mazeppa
passed tho dangerous cornor In safety for
the first timo. "Blue's to the front; 110,
yellow's pushing up; no, that's Meldon,
Stick to it, Moldon. Willoughby's pnsscit
blm. By Jovol ho's got his work cut out
for hlm with that horse. Now they're nod.-
and-nock. Good race. No, Wlllougliby's
gaining; no, Moldon; no—by heaven!"
A scream from ono of tbo ladies, n general consternation In the gruiul stand, a
sudden cessation of interest in tho race.
Cbarllo Willoughby rodo to win, but tho
providence ho hod dared revenged itsolf on
him. Mazeppa had forced the bit between
his. teeth, Blued away from tho courso, and,
leaping the frail protection of n hedge wliich
separated it from tho sido of tbo hill, had
disappeared with his rider.
• "It was a narrow shave, and nomlBtukc,"
said Charlie Willoughby, going over tho
story for tho hundredth timo with his wifo
the socond mouth of thoir marriage.
"But tho bost part of it all was when I
knelt down beside you and would not leave
yoh," laughed Leila. "I shall never forget
Major Arburton's face, nor his words next
day when he told mo nil was over botween
us, and that tho best thing I could do, after
having mado such an exhibition of myself,
was to marry 'that young puppy.'"
"No," Baid hor husband, tendorly, "tho
beBt part of it all was that 1 rodo to win,
and that I dul win—what I most wanted—
my wife."—London World.
THE PROPHETIC  DONKEY.
Ono of Proaldont Lincoln's Inlmltabl.
Stories with 11 Mural,
There was a local politician went to Washington to get an oflico thut ho felt sure only
awaited his application for it to bo given tu
him. In a couplo of weeks ho came buck.
"Well, did you got your office!" his
friends asked him.
"No," said ho.
"Did you seo President Lincoln!"
"Yos, of courso."
"What did ho say!'
"Well, wo wont m and Btated our errand.
He heard us patiently, and then said:
" 'Gentlemen, 1 am sorry I have no oflico
for Mr. X., but If I can't givo you that 1 cnu
toll you a story.'
"Wo thought bost to bear the story, and
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"'Onco thoro was A certain King,'he
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him of coming events, and especially to toll
liim whether il; was going to rain when he
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day ho had started off for tho forest with a
train of ladies and loids for a graud hunt,
whon the party mot a farmor riding a don
key.
'"Good-morning, farmer,' said the King.
" 'Good-morning, King,1 said the farmer;
'whoro are you folks going!'
" 'Hunting,' said tho King,
" 'You'll all got wet!' aaid tho farmor.
"Tho King trusted his astrologer, of
courso, and went to tho forest; but by midday there oamo on a terrific storm tliu *
dronohod and buffottcd tho wholo parly.
Whon tho King returned te his palace, ho
had tho astrologer decapitated, and sent for
tho farmer to tako his place.
" 'Law's Bako,1 said tbo farmer, whon he
arrived, 'it ain't me that knows when it's
going to rain; it's roy donkey, When It's
going to bo fair weather tho donkey carries
his ears forward—sa Whon It's going to
rain ho puts thom backwards—so.
" 'Make tho donkoy tho court astrologer.
shouted the King. It was dono. But the
King always declared that tho appointment
was tho greatest mistake that ho had over
made lnhls life,'
"Lincoln stopped there.
"'Why did be say it was a mistake.' we
asked him; 'didn't tho donkoy do tils duty;'
"'Yoa,' Bold the President; 'but lifter
that overy donkey wanted on office.'"
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ffl- BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE PROVINCE -_*J
Dl
gg.w-iiiu'iiuuu* _j_h;i._u iiw6viiu*uuvii ui;i«*uu-
X-. O-.  BTBIOKIsAITD __- OO.
SEHOME
(0__>r_G C_CT"Y")
The Most Flourishing and Rapidly Growing City on Puget Sound.
OF LEVEL LAND BI8HT IH THE HEART OF THE CITV,
The blocks are divided into lols 40 feet front by 125
feet deep to an alley.   -
Snle will commence on the
18th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1889.
After each 15 days 5 per cent, will be added to tlio price.
NOW is the TIME FOR a FORTUNE
Come and sec and don't say you did not have a chance.
EDWARD FISCHER,
I.'.SSS'I Atsenl.
M. L. STANGROOM,
(lenenil Agent.
Holden at  Chilliwack.
Till?  NEXT BITTUra  or tlso ssbo o
Court will lio holli on 'I'UI'SDAY Uio
mill till, omitis'i'-lslies. A. 1). 1880.
llwo-aiU W. II FAI.DING.
VV, BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Ijite Partner of John MnVlckcr)
MIN1N0 K.NQ1NEKB, U.S. A CROVIN-
CIAI_WUKVl.Y01l,& AKS-VYFIU.
Masoski Trmplt™ Block, Vancouvkr,
HrU.Col.
eer-Rellablo reports, uud .rground «nr-
veysanil map. of nilne™ executed allow
rates. Assays ninitoon nil kind™ of minerals, cold and ..liver burs. Thirty years'
experienco in iiiiiiln . In Asia, Piirope
and United Stfitesi of America. Sponks
ten laneuascs. A.nnys fi-niti a distance
promptly ntlomlfld to. Address Vancouver, H.C. UdolTto
•tsro-ric-B.
NOTICK IS HKHRIIY 01VHX THAT
ai>|-tii.atlnn will ho imiilctoHic l.ci_
Istatlvc Assembly of tin-l'rovlnrc of [Irll-
l.li Columbia al Its nuM .cssioiifoi'ini net
to lui'iirpornto n company to ti-instni..,
iiperitcnml miMiilaln a htrn.-t rallivuv In
tlio Cily i f New Wruluillisler, anil lo
uci|iiliL> binds and do nil thin--*' nt'ccsi'iiiy
for lie purposes Uforesnfil.
Haled tltls Klbdny nf S-.p*eiiiljcr,lSSO.
fi, nni-m.AH.
<    1IKNHY V. KDMONIW,
d .e:tOte Porselvcs and ollietv,
"Land Registry Act,"
Lot No. 12, lllo.lt XXII, ami Lot No,
21, Block XXVIII, City of Now
Westminster.
Hl'IClllll-
meti's whl ho is. net to Alcxtindet' milts
oil Hn* Hlb dayof .limiinrv, ISffll, nnh'ss in
tlmiiiPii-lliiH- a vnlld ohli-ctlnii tbcrcto
homiulclo IllOllllilOMiirHOil In writing hy
sonic person ciHinilinrnnctnlcor Interest
In snld lu'i'c.liln entsoi smuc u.o'1 thereof.
Land I'd-ishyUfflce, New Wcslnitnstcr,
Till October, imt.
T. 0. TOWNIiBY,
doe7ni3 Deputy Ite-tlstrar.
PASMIO™.] ™A_™ESX_.Gi
DRESSMAKING
At HISS ,IK\.\IX(JS',
1 (IjATE OF  KN'il. .Ml)
Cornei of Churcli and Columliln SlreetB
NKW -ffESTMINBTER.
-»i"Satlsfitetion tcuarnnteed.     ih'fc7tc
Dress-Making!
Misses MoDOUOALL
COLUMBIA   STOFF.T,
New Westminster, B. C
• -"HnllHfnclloniiiissrsisiseofl.       ilnisiaio
Fook Wo & Co.
Charcoal forSale
CHINESE LABOR CONTRACT™   FOR.
COLUMBIA ST., NKW WI'ISTMINSTKH.
(Nciir Clos.liiml llnlo'.)
        slsics_l ml
TIME    CARD.
O.  ™E».   BT.  OO.
Tlie Fino Find-Class
Str. William Irving
Will I.nvo tho 0. P. N. Co. si Wlissrt,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
0WNF.I.8 ANO MAMTKR-t OK VES-
seNand other Craft nnvlwnliint the
Irrnser Itiver are eaulimied to keep wltbln
tbo Huovk painted Red mul Wlifte, respectively, lit tlie Mlssliiti Brldire, asdur*
ItiR tlie eoni-tmillion of tlio Hrld.e. nnvl-
gallon between the bank™ of tlio River
nud tlie Buoys Is dftnfeerouB, owing lopllcn
belrig driven tlioro.
H. ABBriTT,
General StiporhitoDdonU
Vancouver, B, 0., 7th May, im, dmy8to
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHItUWHA.K AND WAY PORTS.
Rsslisriilng Evssry
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wben miffloieiit Inducement offers she
will proceed to HOI'K and on sneh
occasions Will lenvo lier whorl
at, I a. nt.
(.'01111001111111.1111 thoO. P.K. Co.'*! Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING. Manager.
T. h. nniOOfl, Anent,
New Westminstor. dapSte
Time Table.
/fefil, THK BTEAMER
.MC .OBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMISSTKR every Monday morning at 7 o'olock for Nnnnl*
mo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vnncouvor.
TiOnvcB Wostmlnster every Wednesday
ut 7 ft, m, for Nanaimo direct, connect ing
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
I-oaves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays nml returns same
ilnyo.
I-eaves Nnnaimo on Saturday at 7 a, iu,
forWoslnilnster dlrcol.
Kor freight or nnssnge apply on board,
or to T. UBriobs, c, P, N. wliarf.    dto
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
STEAM
JDDlllIUUl
I zr".c_pa*ff_]B_Et:Bf'<r~l
I lllll IIIIU
OOLTJMUIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. ('.
Britisli Columbian
(DAD.Y AND WEEKLY)
oisra.Liin.n_tM.!
1!N1UVAU,KD ON TUB MAINLAND
OK BRITISH COLUMBIA AS
AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM,
PER ANNUM, BY MAIL:
Daily British Columbian, • $6
Weekly"
■ 2
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
PRINTING
— op	
Every   Description
EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
OUli FACILITIES IX THIS DEI'AIIT-
MENT ARK UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
IIAVINO A RULING .MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE EN.
ABLED TO FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER,
HDDITIO\'n\D limOVEHSR
Have recently beon made In the
various Departments,
Ami with cnrefnl nud clllclcut workmen,
fast steam presses, and flrst-olas.i mater*
ills, wo can guarantco satisfaction to ill
who favor us with their orders.
KENNEDY BROS,
doi rnopRiBToiw
™ lot Mi."
WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS MUST BE TRUE.
The steady rush of purchasers at ROUSSEAU'S Boot and Shoe
Store shows that our straight-forward way of doing
business  has  given  the people
Perfect Satisfaction.
We offer no unreasonable inducements; our object in advertising
is lo give a truthful description of our resources. We have the
largest stock of Hoots and Shoes ever exhibited in the Province.
Call and see it before purchasing elsewhere.
Lasliis' Kid Bsstton Boot, .2.001 Men'a Laco Boots $1.«0
Mis>™      do slo      1.75 Boys'      do         1.25
Children's do do     1.50 Voiiths' do        1.00
Infant's   do do     501 Wigwnm Slippers  1.00
These goods are all made in the latest styles and manufactured
from the best home and imported goods. All marked in plain
figures,   Strictly one price at
JAMES   ROUSSEAU'S,
81 Columbia Street, : : : : : : :   i : : New Westminster.
dwtc
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM- BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
___________   EST
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Eats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, <&c.
kbwb   «to   boys'    mxrxvts.
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES^,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Pro.iuce bought at market rates oi sold on commission.  *_e___u_<ler.-i
(rom the Interior promptly attended ta w t< to
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-_„r_l.™ __UsM_>pt-d_s-™_l___i>-._-1
l™comsu™slU™™p«rior„_ssf pnwsripUon I
Urns--louse."     H.i.A_si_n,K.D„        I-    _»«_„-•-
m8o.O__™S_,_™™lj»,H,T.   | Wl__-ll_j_™__
Tss CxiruUR Cosipa™, 77 Murray Ftreet, N. T.
I Cut™™ ana. Ool™, Co-all. tl< ■.
Sour Btomusb, Dfan___, Essssst™loss.
Kills Wornss, sl.es sleep, nnd proisisM. d.
W. C. LOYE,
M d Shoe Kutr,
ft-ltatrti-u Neatly  Don*.   Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
■arorrten- promptly attended to,
Clarkton St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Band Bros,* oflloe. dnoltc
Business Notice.
THE UNDRttSIGNED IS PREPARED
to /urnlull plium and specl(lornton. for
nil cln-i-ifM of tiiiildli.Ks (Htoneatii] brick a
sne. laity}. Will furnish all tiic neccmsni-y
drawings nnd superin-end work tin*0Ugh u
C'lmpetent for(*iiian,iind will guarantee
pert*" i work for 3 nt-r cent of cost, Offlcu
n 1'iink of ll. (.'. Buil'linir, up tuiilrs. New
- a u 1. a vI.'***« CT.V
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. mT wise,
PBOl-EIBIOE.
r(OOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
\J for Hire. Hacks cnll ut, nl) Stcamcr*.
itiid Train™, Special nttentlon given to
Bonrdlng Horsos.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders inny be left nt tbe Offloe of Ma*
tilers ft MIlllgan.CnmmlHslon Merchants,
ProiiIStroe', New Wost. d«e21ie
R8TABUSIIKD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Jlcarl) Opposite the Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constants, on hand, and supplied to Pans
Hies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at lhe
LOWEST 1-OSSIHIsE PRICES.
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE  S'THSCRIBKRS  ARE NOW PRK-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINSLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Snjinf ui All M of Teaming
Done at Shortest Nottco.
Dry Cordwood delivered to uny part of
the Oily.
Orders by Telephone will receivo prompt
atlentlon.
-WStnblcs nearly opposite C. P.R. Do-
poi,Columbia si.. New Wost minster.
djain_       QILLEY BROS. Px«fs-
BRITISH COLUMBIA
La&d § Investment Agency
(X.I_™IT_„ )
THOMAS ALL90P, 1
HKNIIY S. MASON, } DIHI'CIOEa.
OUVLERA. HOLLAND, .
■ _4D OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
Tho Business ol ALLSOP * MARON ha.
been iitO!_eil In the above Company anil
Will beciirrieil on by till' Cmsspnssy Irons
this slate as a genoral Land Investment
and Insuranco Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Los"
Rates. Toss-is Loss and Farming Land,
lor Salo on* easy torms.
Victoria, B. C., May 1611s, 188T. dstjlji,
To k Francisco, Cal,
BV WAY OF THE
X.I_ssT_3.
THE MT.SHASJA ROUTE.
QUICKERIN TIME THAN AN YOTHEH
I10UTB BETWEEN
Ket fffirtiutitir I fa fra.
CHAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN  BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Por Acenm moil nl ion of Henoml-Clnss Pas*
senRors, attached to Fxpross Trains,
Puro from Portlnnd to t-tneramento nnn
San Kmncl-.co-Unlimited, ia*i; Pind
olnsR (Mmlled), $_n; Seroiul-elii-ii (I,l
miudisjiSi
TltlUUM'tl T1CKKTR to All polnti-3n.it i
and Kast, via Cnllfornla.
TICKET OPPICEfi!
City Omen, No. lilt Cor. First A Al-lo
Btrooti;
DlPOT um ok, Cor. V A Front Streets;
Portland, Oregon,
n. KOKRtiKR,      E. P. ROOHRS.
Manafer.       Asst.aF, AP.A'gi
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
«__. MAINLAND.
A*"They are not only made of tht
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home Manufacture-, anil should bt
■-■itrmii™!™! by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK M'lM'IN'll,
COLUMBIA STIIEET,        NIW WESTMINSTER,
dwlTnoly
WM. McCOLL
CHOICE
Family Groceries!
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
AWIll-IIUOTtDITOOR™
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWE8T PRICE*.
LUNDBOBM _ BLOOK,
< otssmbhs llml,        K«w n-MKhlH •
noldwly . -
- iviO Srlftaii CfolumliMtt
RveBt-r-K. Not. 18, UM.
UVHTWNQ MTU FOI THE DAILY.
TttutsteBl idrertbemeau,—First luser*
tlon, 10cts. per lino solid uomiarell; each
■ulneouentcomK-ciUlvolnserticin.ScUi.per
Hue, AdvftrtlHementH not luierted every
day—first Insertion, ll) ct.. per line; subsequent insertions, fn-t-*. per lln*.
stnndlnK Adverilnenifnln.—Pro'euslon-
al or BUBlnesB Cards—82 per month. Bpe**
c*!nl nites for general trade advertising,
Recording to apace occupied and duration
of contract,
.m'tii-i- ™iii«n, when displayed,oharged
_■_ ner ct'iit. lens ttifln IraiiKtent ftilvts, If
Miilil, chu rued itt mi:*' far transient rat.s.
•*. t'lal Setler.t iilnoflR reading matter,
ji ••ir. per line e. ch Insertion. Hpeeiulu
liui-ii 'il by 1 ne -.ninth nl reduced rates.
Births- Marriages auil UcalhK.Sl for oach
inRcrt'on; Fttnernl Notices in comieetlon
with iiOfttlitt,Smw. wich Insertion,
WEIKLV ADVERTISING urES.
'i'!-:i..*alfiit AiIverl'ftcM<_nts.--*-Ii'lrst insertion, lOcls, per if no b .IM nonpareil, sub-
let-ueiit lnsertlOii_, 7 ets. per line.
E-ttii.ilhiK Ailvertlneuicnl™.—Profession-
al or Business Cards—$1,50 per month.
Special rates for general trade advertising,
Special Notices, lllrtiia, Marriages ond
Death., snme rules as Dally.
.'nl'* "■'int. be all metal, and forlargcciits
.in »'. :.i rato «lil be charged.
ko-'-"<_r.o[iH s.ndiii'- Ir iulv_iUseiiiLMi!s
Hlioull lio eurc/nl tu .-lute wlu.hcr tliry
nrolonppear in Ihe Ually Edition, or the
Weekly, or liotii. A IH-.ni] reiIuelU.il Is
mude when inseiled in both. Nomiver-
tlsemaut liiserleil for less Minn St.
SUB_U.JUBI.tt_>
Whodoiiotrecelfn th-iii iiripi-r roKMlorly,
fiuiii the Carrier,-: or  thiimgh   lhe Pom
on_H.vllIconr.rn.Hvnr by rcpnrtlngllio
same to tho offloe o( publH-uilonal once.
NEW ADVEHTISEMEM. THIS BAY.
Wautod  Mrs. T. J.. Pearson
Auction Sale T. J. Trapp
ABnrgain T. J. Trapp
Oydorcockbiilsnt Club saloon. *
The city council moots this evening
at 8 o'elook.
Seventy mon attended the sorvice
at tht Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon.
Mr. James Cunningham received a
carload uf mils from Montreal to-day.
Geo. Gallion, a -stowaway on tho
Louine, was aent to jail to-day fur 30
days.
Mr, James ..est is building n handsomo addition to his huuse at Pnrt
Hniiey.
Lota at Sapperton and nil parts of
tho city, and itt Brownsville, at W, J.
Walker & Co's. *
Major & Pearson aro prepared to
loau money en farming lands at the
lowest current rates. ,   to*
Tlio Yosemite took down 0000 cases
of the li. C. Packing Co.'s canned Balmon to Victoria to-day.
At tho T. M. C. A. t.i-night the usual
class in book-keeping will bo held, nnd
there wilt bo a meeting uf tlio chess
club.
Monsigiior Sutulli, delegate uf HiB
Holiness Pope Loo to Baltimore, will
visit Quebec after the celebration
there.
Burt-mu hunters will do well to luok
through W. &-, (J. Wi-Ifi-udeii's Block
of Drv Goods, Hats and Clothing, now
clearing nt cost. *to
Tht- Louise ■ loft this afternoon fur
Victoria wit'i (15 head uf cattlo, n
hi-avj. cargo nf farm produce aud a
number uf putscugerB.
A now crosswalk is being laid across
Columbia Btroet nt the west sido nf
Btjgbie street. This itill pruvo a great
c -ivenii'iico to pedc_tri:uin in thut
quartur.
To Farmers.—Messrs. Woods,Turner j
& (in .tilde make a specialty uf lending
in uey nu farming lands; any amount
from 8100 to 320,000, according to
Sr.cunty. oclTm
A valuable fur boa was picked tip on
the s ret yesterday afternoon. The
i-wnvi' o-tn record' the same by applying in thin dllice and paying fifty cents
fnr ll:is notico.
To iii'irhiw evening Dr, It. K. Walker will lecture at thu Y. M. C. A. nn
"How in keep will," a cnnfidontftl talk
tn young men. Tliis lecturo ought to
bt. largely nttonded.
No hmg has been heard uf what
befel i nmll schooner that was noticed
bench ■<■ within high water lino round
tiiu point from the North Arm. It ib
thuui.ht l hat she must hnvo boon des*
troyel ill this galo.
A sorious break ia reported in tho
Ch|1IIhii ■ Water*Works Co.'a pipeline
iinrou t'<-i K.rrnwa at Vancouver.' Tho
Break li nut far ft'iim tho south shore,
and it is expootod tliore will not be
much difdctilty in repairing it.
A light ucoidont occured to tho
inuchinnry of thu Bteamer Delaware
nn Fi iii iy evening lust, at Vnncouvor, and .lio will be detained a low dnys
gei  for repairs,   Capt.  Insley is
greatly plotuc-l with the spooil tlm
sloain. r devolojiad on her trial trip.
Ohm-lea Soxsmith'-i schooner "Sho"
whs tie'! up to the-Luln Island wharf
y_„t.rJdy when thu sfcnrm came op,
When tho full fury of the hurricane
struck lier sho waa turti from her Irish*
ings am! dashed upon the shore, where
she was smashed to atoms by thu sen.
The rusulutiuns of condolence, nn
th* ctoiith of the lato ex-Mayor Dick-
WBOt), \wtvA lately hy the magistrates
of New Westminster at o meeting held
ill tin ontirt houso,'lins been beautifully
ehyrsKS- A on vpjluin by Mr. Fred.
Turin r, and will ho creeeiitjd tn Mrs.
Dickinson and family this week.
Jt i* vupurt-jil ilint several houses
weru blown ilm.ii on L-dii IbIhiuI yos*
t-riln*, dnting the severe storm which
raged tbrouah'-iit the afternoon. Ko
positive vomHcat'rt!) of tills has beeti
received, but it i- .mist probably true,
mi the islnnd in exposed to tho sweep
of a galo fn.ni tlie i-in-iter in which
yeatei'luy'ii wind hlew.
Tho JSalviitinii Army received n volley uf ancient ejga as they ~v.ro onlor*
ing ihelr bitrrauks ou Furt street, Vie
tm i.i, Friday irght    Tlio crimson paj*
minis nf ni f (lie Btalt' oflloi-rs wore
Ihu hi.<i fur tlm greater tininbor of
tho rtls.ui-r-H.tblA pri-jectilea. Tho out*
o-sum nl lllenffitir, in which fortunately
nn''ii'* lui' n fow liuudiums were oon*
eornod, will probably ho several police
ciuirt c-si's,
Tho Irving arrived yesterday nfter-
uouii miih an assorted cargo of farm
produce nnd n number of piosongois.
Her caruu coiisutdd "f 2iiil bales of hny,
105 s.icL-i |.(itifu.s, ii sacks of union.',
45 sacks nf grain, (! coops t'lickens, 100
sucks - .it_. and n uunihcr of smaller
items, Aficr ditchnrging cargo the
Irving went down to tlio British Columbia Packing Co.'s Cannery ond
brought up 0000 ciuoi of salmon.
Mfi-srs. Cress &, Poingdustro,Colum-
bi'tt street, hnvn in their window tin
iutert-sting Inilinii curiosliy, It is a
stone pipe, w cnlumot, prosuntod to
Mr. Cross by a chief nf tho Blnckfoof
Indian tribe, unuicd Spotted Tail, In
tho Oanndtiin NorthweBt Territory.
Tho pine is nm do of what looks like
bind; slatey tuck, .-mil in engraved witli
s nno ntrnugo devices, emblemstical of
tho oliftso and the war path. It hns
the ™|ipf*nntu'*o nf front age and most
probiibly isn relic from tho tmdltionnl
times of our untivo rnces.
Aa IntcKsllag tef lire.
Hun. Senator Mcluu>-s will deliver
a lecture to-night in tho old Presbyterian church, the subject being his
observations and experiences during
his recent transatlantic and European
tour. The senator, as most of our
readers know, is an able and fluent
public speaker, and will without doubt
deliver it vory interesting leoture un
tho subject which he has chosen for
to*rtight. Tho locturo will begin nt
8 o'olook.
Elan Aground.
The steamer Clara Port when at
Pitt Lake on Saturday, ran aground
in nu awkward pu.iliun and whs unable
to osti'icate herself, The str. Emma,
which wns in port at tho time, was sent
np yestorday to her assistance and succeeded in bringing off lho Port, when
the lido rose, without any serious damage. Thin is the second timo the Clara
Purl 1ms cumo to grief in Pitt Lake,
but luckily the present accident was
nut su serious as the former, Thore
nuyht to ho a survey made cf Pitt
Luke for thu benelit ot mariners.
facial (lull
At a moating of some of the members of Huly Trinity ohuroh, oil Friday evening, n Eocial club waa formed,
commencing with a membership of 40.
A suitable room is tu be procured nnd
furnished us soon as possible, and it
will bo kept well supplied with magazines and other rending matter. Tlio
olhcors of tlio new club aro: Bishop
SllHtoe, president; Hov. C. Croucher,
H. F. Clinton; and W, J. Walker,
vice-presidents; Rev. H. Irwin, treasurer; J, Polly, secretary. There Jb a
bright future in store for the now club.
Impnrtnui Land Balcss
Mr. T. J. Trapp is advertising noma
important land sales, which, no doubt,
will attract widu attontion ns ihe demand for eligible property is continit
ally on tho increase. Ho hns for sale
the lino homestead of Mrs. A. M. John
stono, of Mud Bay, containing 272
acres of excellent land, together with
outbuildings, stock, and implements.
This is a raro opportunity, Mr. Trnpp
will iilsu sell by auction on Saturday
evening lot 17 block 7, containing 12
lut.; 4 lots in suburban lut 25. bind' 0;
and several 5 aero lots at Port Kells,
peculiarly adapted to fruit growing.
The lailrnl Addition.
The smart little steamer "Kellio
Taylor" has boon purchased by Mr. W.
H. Vianen from her former owners in
Vancouver. Mr. F. Davis Mr. Via-
lien's assistant, and Louis Olin went
over to Vancouvor on Saturday to
bring round this latest addition to tin*
Westminster fleet. Thoy started from
Vancouver as tho tide was coming in,
and although tho Nellie has remarkably
powerful engines for a boat of her Bizc,
they struggled ono hour and a half in
ihu Narrows against tlio tide, which
was sect hi ni* nnd boiling like a rapid.
The thirty odd miles frum Vancouvor
tu Westminster were done iu good
timo, and thu steamer just arrivod in
timo to cscapo tho storm which raged
Vepterday. The "Nellie Taylor" is a
four-ton wooden harbor tug, with on*
pities of six horso-puwer. who will be
lilted np by Mr. Vianen in lirst-clu__
style, and will bo employed partly ns a
freight und partly passenger boat.
V-tiicouvrr Wins.
Tho foot ball in nte li on Saturday nf-
ternoon nt Hasting*'', Vancouver v. West
minster, brought to light tho fact that
the terminal city is playing n team this
season lhat discounts anything that
she has produced in the past. On the
contrary, Westminster is weak, very
weak, having lost not a few of her
very best players. When the Wost*
minster team left fur Hastings on Saturday iho members expected to como
homo beaten, but ihey never imogilied
thu load wuuld bo hoaped on so heavily. Yet thoy hnvo thu satisfaction nf
knowing tlicy succumbed to a stronger
combination, nnd consequently tnko
their defeat ns cheerfully as could be
oxpootod under tho eirournstiucos.
The match commenced at 3:80 o'clock,
and frum the lirst Vancouver played
an ngf-ressivo gamo. The siiperiurity
uf tho tormina! team nnd tho weakness
of the lloyal City team wero soon
plainly evidenced, and I hough tho hitter played pluckily th mug liout, tho
match proved a walk-over for tho former. When timo was culled tho scoro
stood livo goals nnd three tries for Vanoouvor, against a blank score fur Westminstor, Tho mutch with Victoria
takes place nu S_turdav next, and it in
ti he hnpod that tho Royal City toam
wilt ho ablo to make a better showing
on this occasion than on Saturday Inst.
Tlm prevailing opinion in that lacm-se
has t.iken nwny muoh of tlie interest in
foot ball, and thnt thu latter game has
loaf much of its old timo popularity in
tlrs city.
CHARLIE STEWART DROWNED.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
Hup-iii!-. it lo Have I'nllcn frnm tlie lVltnrf
Millie Intoxlrnlrd.
Last Snturdny Chnrlie Stowait, nn
Indian, who hns heen tn tin* employ nf
Mr. Oharles McDonough fur llio past
fourteen years, became Intoxicated nud
wiindoicd down near the duoke at the
fnnt nf Mary street. lie wub Inst seen
on tho dock at that point at 7 o'clock
Saturday ovening, and it Is generally
believed that he must have -.tumbled
and fallen off tho wharf into the river
nud boon drowned. Stewart wns nut
a robust man, nnd tho condition
in which ho was in at tho
timo must have mndo it impossible for
hlm to hang on tn tho slimy piles ur
ovon shuUt fur assistance. The body
was being dragged for from an early
hour this morning, and about 11:30 it
wasrocuverodfrom itsrestingplnci! near
thu foot uf the whnrf piles, Tho 1 u-
dians touk chnrgo of the corpso, wrapped it up in n clean blanket nud covered tho faco with a cloth. Then thoy
gavo themselves up to tho most violent
grief nnd sat urnund tho temporary
Incr sobbing and moaning in a most
dolorous tiiimnor. It is probable that
an inquest will bo held.
Stowart was a faithful aud Itnnest
servant, nnd was highly esteemed by
his employer and ull who knew him.
He was not habitually addicted tu
drunkenness, although ho bruku nut nt
lung interval* nud gut ou a •'spree."
Ho wus about thirty years of age and
married, His loss is dooply rourel-
tod by Mr. McDonough and n large
number of friends both native and
whito.
Dm. ',-.(itl. nl In .1 nt Woll. mle»\t.
(Overcoats, Clothing and Gentlemen
Furnishings, auitiblo fur prount and
winter use, clearing at cost prices, at
W.&G.Wolfendon'i, »lo
-DAW BJUWSB GOWMM& WW W$miWW& & a. tfQVfiMBEB 1& W%
AMGBLdW.     1
An   Oid-Fa-ibioiifd   Hurricane   OIows
liter Ibe Kojol t'lljr But lint*
.Hi He lln in age.
On Saturday morning Oapt, Peele,
oftho Signal Service, announced that
a big blow would roach the ooost some
time on Sunday, coining from lho southeast. Ah usual the majority nf people
were rather sceptical, and preferred
waiting to sou tho storm befure believing it would come, it came, however,
passed over und left its mail: behind.
About 1 o'olock tho bank ui clouds
that had been darkening the southeast
horizon nil the morning, began tu movo
with increased rapidity, and about 1:16
p. m. a galo of considerable strength
was blowing over Uio eity. By 1:30
o'clock tho gale had increased to a hur
ncaue, and the air presented a very
spotted and dirty appearance. Lanves,
straw, dust, smnli sticks, old clothing,
etc., were carried nl of fc and whirled
into space iu a surprising manner, and
moro weighty objects, against which
tho wind cast its full force, were
thrown down iu a twinkling, nud in
sumo instances carried away bodily.
Tho storm lasted about two hours aud
then continued to ubato until sundown, when the wind fell, and was ful-
luwed by heavy rain nn h;ui* after*
ward's.
Tho damage dono wus considerable
on the whole, but trilling in individual
case*. A number of sign, wero blown
down and shop windows brokon un
Colbmbia and Front streets; Capt.
Poole's flagstaff waa thrown to iho earth)
and had this accident happened on a
weekday when several carriages are
usually standing in front of tho Colon*
inl,seriuus damage would have occurred
to either horso or vehicle, or both. A
pmtion of the tin rooting ontho new
Bushby block was torn from its fasten*
ings nnd deposited on Columbia street,,
ono piece making a savago dart at
several pedestrians iu its descent,
whicli caused thom to mnke some very
eccentric moves not laid down in tho
atreeta nnd sidewalks regulations bylaw. Tho telephone and telegraph
wires were lmdjy used by the wind,
being crushed and tangled up in a
manner moro aggravating than tlio
"Fifteen puzzle."
Down in the swamp ii Siwash wns
sitting in his shanty watching his Sunday dinner, which wna bulling on the
atove. The wind came along, found
an entrance under the cabin, lifted it
like n balloon and deposited it safely
on thu other side of the tail way track,
leaving the Siwash unharmed, but terribly frfghtened, in front of thb stove.
Tho F.tv. Stella tried to effect a lauding
during tho storm at tho U, C. P. M.
Co's. wlinrf, but failed, and had to
tnko refuge a short distance down tho
North Arm. Soveral lumber piles iu
the Royal City Mill yard camo to grief,
and for a time iho boards were tnasofl
about by the playful luirrio.ine like so
ninny straws
Tho nrch nn Park lane, which it wus
intended to remove tu Ihe entrance of
Queen'.1; park, was blown down nud
badly smashed. Mr. and Mrs. Risko
were driving towards thu arch, nud
wen; w thin a few yards of it whin it
fill. Their .scape wastndy providential. Mr. 11. V. Ednmid's Hue new
stable waa blown off its perpendicular, and would probably
liavo fallen bad nut props
been placed ngainst it Many fences
were blown down, and a [-leat many
trees also succumbed to the fierceness
of the sturm. The iron chimney on
the Ornngu Hall was lifted from its
socket and deposited on John street,
and King William himsolf showed
symptums i*f moving from his elevated
position and seeking a less exposed
stand. • But although ho bowed nnd
bent and porformed many astonishing
gymnastics, ho weathered tho galo
without accident.
The must serious accident of all occurred at tho penitentiary, Between
000 nml SOO feet of tim middle and
eastern walls of tho grounds woro
blown duwn, including several uf the
soutry buxes. lt is vory fortunate
that this accident ocourred un Sunday,
u.henvise some nf the guards on sentry
would probably have been ibjurodjanu
besides tho convicts working in
tho ticldo would have lind an excellent
opportunity to escape which many
wuuld hot hnvo been slow to mako use
of. The thunder of falling trees, in
tho forests in -ronr of tho city, und on
the opposite sido of 'ho river, was
frequently heard nbovo tlie howlhig of
the storm.
On the river the water was lushed
Into turbulent waves, which ran quite
high, endangering small craft that
were out when the storm rose, Ono
boat, containing a party of youthful
hunters, waaenpsijud and thu occupant, thrown into tho water. They
managed to hold nn and reach shure
safely, but Install their guns, shooting
bags, etc., and one dog. Several barrels wore blown from the deck of tho
stenmer Irving on lier down trip, and
tho Btdrm was blowing so fiercely that
un attempt was mado tn r*t>p the- vessel aud pick them up ngnin.
Tho telegtaph wires betweon the
junction and Vancouver wero badly
domoralinod by tho itorm, and in many
plnccs they were torn down nnd
broken. A huge gang of men was nt
■vork to*dny repairing the breaks.
. Oiti. tin on the .Vnrpntli.
Philip Cummings (colored) bn.-i the
Instincts of the gayest kind *f Lothario nnd tha complexion of Othello,
Philip earns im lit fug by fishing nod
sometimes vnries tiie inmininny of tho
piscatorial art by gettiui', ns ho ex-
nro.8ed It, "on a bender." Yesterday
Mr. Cuinmings pr' eured twu largo
bottlen full uf liquid tribulation, and
sallied fotth to decorate the peaceful
wigwams of tho guileless Hi wash, a
brilliant vermilllnn tint. Ho is fond
oftho ladies, and succeeded iu rendering three of them intoxicated to a
painful degree with tho old ryo. Tom
my, n Blwaah gentleman, with preeli*
viiios looking tu "ihe flowing' bowl,''
ulso hi-ecu ml-ed tu tho genial inlluenca
of Philip by getting speechlessly
drunk. At tho polloo court this morning all tbo participants iu these merry
makings stated their case tn tiio magistrate. Part uf tho evidonco against
the gallant Phil, is unfit for publication, but was provocated of broad
»rin" in court His honur said that
Tommy wob evidently "one of tho
boys," nnd hinted that his head looked
too small for his Imt. Tummy oertiiin-
ly did louk "tough," and admitted thnt
lio hnd played "(.lugi'y-ghig" with tho
deadly lire-water to ti frightful extent.
Tim evidence against Cummings wns,
naturally enough, very black, and his
honor in Botitonoing him to threo
moi.ths' imprisonment nt hard labor,
without tho option of n fine, said that
he wns determined lo put down tin.
iniquitous truflle uf supplying whiskey
to tho Indians. Cummings wns befure
tbo court nn a chnrgo of theft of fotty
dollars about n yenr ngo, nnd get two
months in jail. Mr McTiernnn, whu
wna preient, said that ono of tho best
Indians in tho country, Charlio Stew*
art, had lost hii life on Saturday night
through some scoundrel -upplyiug him
vith liquor. Tbe three othor charges
against Oumininj-s, the same aa the
ouo ho stands convicted of, will be
noted against him.
PERSONAL.
J. KirkUnd, reeve of Delta, is iu
the city.
Thos, McNeeley came up from the
landing this morning.
James Best, nf Port Haney is iti Die
city visiting his friend*.
R. W. Armstrong is holding a court
of revision nf the Dominion voters' list
at Chilliwack.
1.. A. Wadhflius and Miss Wadhams,
of Ladners, IeaYe to-morrow fur Otta*
wo, whero they will visit fur somo
weeks.
Tho Louise left Victoria last night
nnd arrived here this morning about
11 o'clock, having been detained in the
gulf by heavy fnc. Sho brought 105
tons of freight. Tho folio win*; ia tho
list of passengers:—Mr. aud Mrs fi.
Leisor, Mrs Byram, Mrs Firrent, Mr.
nnd Mrs 0, London, Miss Wadhams,
Misa Underbill, Mrs. J. C. Calhoun,
T. E. Ladner, E. A. Wadhams, C.
Wadhams; W. H. Ladnor, W. F. Cot-
ten, T. McNeely, W. McMillan, D.
E. Kerr, W. iYnt*on, I. J. McNaugh-
ton, C. R. Kine', A. Thomas, P.
Cruicknhnnk., fi, Walker, fi. (Joudie,
E. Ooudio, W. H. Stoves, D. Brans-
combo, J. lt. Kerr, A. Watson, 11.
McMillan, fi. A. Shaw, O. P. Byland-
er, M. Oly, J. Wilcox, O. F. Lord, J.
Kirkland, J. Doak, J. Bray.
Wlinn Rehy waa sick, va Raro her Cutoria,
When ahe rt m a Child, _ho c, led for Canto rift,
When sbo became Mias, she clung to (. ..storli,
Whoa ihehiA Children, the gara tb_*n I." a a tori.
SERMNT WANTED.
work In a small" family.   Apply to
MR.-.. T. 11. PEARS  N,
dnolSle Itoynl Avenue.
Bj
Private Salo.—A Bargain,
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTHUOTIOSS
from Mrs. A, M. Joiinstoxi--, of Mnd
Bny lo dispose nf lier lloine.sle.-ul, wiileli
consists of _7_ aero of Lnml, i-ond liw.ll-
ingHofi.se, excellent hum nnd K'nhlim;
fur 40 liend of stocK, (.oikI Dairy ami an
abundance of Spring water.
The propi'.l.v Is siiiiaicil on llio sunny
side of fluid Bay, the lnnd Is second to
none anywbero, nnd parlies wanting
an Investment for tlielr capital cannot do
hotter than tak ti look at tliis before In-
vosting elsewhere.
Stock and Implements can yo with
Ranch if desired.
Ti"i"_ts--On.. tblrd cash; balance lo.'-nii-
pure baser, at S percent, pur annum.
For further particulars apply to
T. .1. TRAPP,
New West.
ns. Several other Farms nl Langley nnd
other parts of tho District at private bnr--
gain. dnolSto
Auction Sale
—or—
REAL ESTATE.
T HAVE -RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
.1.  from tho Oity Council to soil liy Pub
lic Auction on
Snturdny Next
33r<l Inst.,
LOTS I TO 12,
Which nro Buti-dlvishiiHof r.ot IT, Blook
7,New Westminster Suburb..
This Block is bounded on tbo north by
Melbourne Street, on tiic east by London
Street, and on llio west by Dublin Street.
Tills property Is --veil situated, oomniaml-
Ing a pleasing ami extensive vli-wof 'he
Fraser River ami Gulf of Georgia, and In
the near future will bo lho centre of tho
west end of tbe City of New Westminster.
Will bo sold nt .-aiiiiO lime:
ittTit I. 2, B«t fl, whioh aro subdivisions
of Riibiirlinn Lot i'i, Ulock 0, New Westminster City.
vanv iLKf,!.., Fraiier itiver.
Sovoral 5-aero Dlooks in east balf ol See
lion 03, adjoin I ni* N. IV. .s, Itallwny
traokj also,n numbor of Town f.o*_.
This proporty is peculiarly adapted for
fruit t-rnwhi™ mid curdon p'ir.iiiscs; t!u-
.nil fs all cood, no snivel or i-.n-lc In . i .In.
and Is bordering on the porpontlnoViii-
lev.les.. iii'.tn n mile from theFrnsor River
nnd steamboat !:imllii_.
Salo will take place at Auction Marl.
TEll.lS ATSAt.K.
__*. T. TS._A.y_P,
ilnolSt'l Ainftlonoer.
WANTED.
IJ.OK   THE   ERASER   R1VKH   GOLD
;   Gravels Hyml,, at Yale, a second-bund
Scow, from Til to SO faet long.   Prico and
al! particulars M        .!. H. CtiM.INR.
dnoli.13 Yale.
STRAY COW.'
A "dun mst'(_vVdayrhT(t'ht-. on" A
street.   Owner onn hnvo the aiitmal on
plientlon, by pnylng daHinijes and cost
E. A. JENNS.
appl
Of till™   lIMtl,-.
dnolOCl
To Builders!
TENDERS ARE INVITED BY THK
un lorslgned up to noon on Thursday,
Mm _"tst, inst., for the erection oi a two-
story dwelling on Mnry "-tree. ,   Plans uml
s|ieelliciitlunsii.iiy In" ii at iny olllcc.
0. W. HI-ANT, Archlteci.
Westminster, Nov. Ill, I860, iluolii-_l
A Pleasing* Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho aso of Syrup of Figs, ns ii
acts gently On the
Kidnbys, Liver ® Bowra
Effectually Cleansing the System ~wli.ii
Costivo uv Bilious, Dis-tolling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without woakcnlng or irritating tho orpins on which it aots.
For (.nioin 70o hottlns hy nil ]>.. .llnr
iJriiBgbilo,
UAtrntAWtoo okM ur tiiu
OAIIFOEMAH-EYBUPOO
. Sin Pnu;™.. cat,.,
"in-ivii.™, Kit.. u.s. Yorss*. H. V
WANTED.
s
ITUATION AS noOK-KEE-BB. Sev-
WANTED.
"DY A YO
£> Coin pa
lljjht hou sol
DUNG LADY-a situation as
_ Companion lo n Lndy, or to assist ln
..gilt household duties. Address "E.» Columbian Oflice. dnolGtS
FOR   SALE.
LOTS 12, IS A HALF OF LOT 11, sub-
divisions of Lot 10, Block ]0-i05xl7-i
foet, fronting on Edinburgh "at.., with im-
provement™ the. on. Apply on the premises^ or ht tlie Coi.L':iiuan Ullice. nol3lo
HERBERT G. ROSS,
General Commission Mcrchnf,
LIAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM
XX the Hamley Blook to next door to
Johnston's Boot Store and is prepiir_d In
handle all kinds of Goods nmi Produce on
commission, (hnioSml
■_*ro-r_ca_*___
rpHE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO
I. thank Mussi*™. Ulckln.ou A Binnie
for kindly tidverii.iliif,' hiin, mid bogs to
add, for lint Infoiiniiliou of tlio j-cueral
public, that bo Is now In fl position to do
a general draying liuslinss on his own
nccount, nnd respectfully solicits from
businoss mon and others h share of tliu
trado.   Sntlsfaclion gunraiiteed
dnolOwl
GEO. HUME.
High .School  Entrance Examination.
n .HE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
X of applicants for entranco to :t Jllgb
School will bo held In the Central School
Building. Now Westtninstcr, commcii-
elng nt D]80 a. m., WEDNESDAY, '.llll
\ovemhri-, IH^O,
Unndldntes must be iiunelunl.*
S. D, POPE,
Supb of Eduoatlon.
for
-at Tin:—
i __• .
Douglas 3M Iiirsery,
OKTiKltS TAKEN FOE l.'KIH. ANI
uHN.v'iMXTAi, ritnra, nu'iii'iim
iill Uis' k'udiiii: vssrllitlpnol
Apples, Pcam, Pliiras, Vlicn-ics.
 ALSO	
Hii.iu, .miiir. of ovory ilo
-l'l pllo ll.
IIiHisiHs'i™ IVrs-silli
mill t'riH,'rS ill-iil
P. LATHAM.
150,000
For Sale Cheap.
Good for Chimney™ and Job Work of nay
J.W.WINGER
MILLARI. ,S WHARF.
Draying und teaming done on short no-
f.JiMB&CO.
rank buildings,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
1TEM.PH0NK NO. 65.]
14 01AB6 ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUOITQItS
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AQENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BRDKEfiS.
--tt.ido__ atiid JLauuaalilro Kire * mi
GrKIah  Umpire Lite Inmrance
Oont|imile .>
New W oot minster ituildiiijf tjoolety,
AccmmtMiit'i. Olllcc, Uloocue of W.W.
Oil.j- A.!'!)tnrn. lBtlO, JHMJ unit 1RM8.
ADVISE 0LIENT8 JN   THE BUYING
AND BELLING OE REAL PROPER-
TV IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetury traiisnclloiiti.
linve several good investmeut'i on tlielr
bonks, unit nl I new nomera will do well to
call before doing business elsflwhen.
d wilde ly
WE  ARE  AGENTS FOR
W* O .JR. _C__X SS
And   Have   a   Stock   on   Hand.
ieman
THE LEAD!™ DRV COODS HOUSE.
MASONIC l™,«t!K,
MEW niiKT-IIIS'STER.
C3MPBELL-SCO.
Arc now Showing their Complete Line of
Cents1' Furnishings!
THE LATEST THINGS IN NEGLIGEE FLANNEL
SHIRTS, PIQUE POINT SHIRTS, SMOKING JACKETS and DRESSING GOWNS, WHITE DRESS VESTS
and Hie most complete and best assorted stock of TIES in Windsors, Derbys, Puffs, Knots, Hows, &c.
UNDERWEAR has received our attention and in consequence our stock is right as to price, quality and make.
GLOVES of all kinds. Wc are agents for a leading eastern
make. *
Wc arc showing the "correct" thing in Head-gear; a glance
al our stock will prove tliis.
"Quartermain" is the latest in Lineii Collars.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Tlie I,ni'„i'st (nothing „''nils' Furnisher, lu Nor Westminster.
«_ NEXT DOOR DANK OF MONTREAL. ._
R. J.
ARMSTRONG,
am nr
III
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X-a"erad.ox ___Cerr_.ngfs,
Ivdracteerel, Salt Cod,
__-__r_-_aoi_.™'s XTaac. __£a____s,
__i_.r__ao-ar's *0"x_.c_ Bacon..
"JTlo-ar. "Bran. Sliorte,
flrUIGIIEST PRIO-S PAID FOB FARM PRODUCK.
nowwiy Scoullar-Armstrong Bloek, Columbln St.
i_*_.n*™™ vn.-_jq. ua.
JAMES ELLARD & CO,
Will Sell their Remaining Lot of
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
Winter Cloaks,
Jackets, and
Mantles,
AT COST FOIt CASH.
CALL AND GET PRICES.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEWWESTMINSTl-R.
F.CEAZE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THK HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES. CLBGK3, JEWELRY, PLATED WAIE, AG.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of ..pvctJICleS & Eye-Classes in stool, rubber, sllvur art &oiA
fmiiK's.   Tliu fiuo'-t PcblilGu iiimhi, 34 per pair; all sights .uitoil.
Hpeeial atttmtlon givon Ui FINE WATOH REPAIRS.   HSvlug luirm     '»<
buoinosa thoroughly from somo of the flnuiit Horologon* in England, nml sln>    ■ * '
managed the WOtoll-ropalrltig dojmi'tmt-iitb of n few ot  the I mat firms on tli.
aent of Amurica, ia a .ullioinntgunrant.. of goor. workiiiaiiRhip.   Poriuuriy
ger for nearly 8 years of tlm woll-knowD firm of Savage A Lytnnn, Mc*'.
ChiirKt.8 iMoflernte.
Montueal, Uei;,, 1887.—Mr. V. Cralte.--An'lw, RolmrMon, Eaq , Chair:. ..t
Montreal Harbor Coiiimi™sioii_rH, khvr: "I uovt-r fonnd a Watchmaker who .i.o
wilt for me an yon did-vlitiu in Montreal, and I am sorry you uro not hore lti*di - "
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS   B. LAURANOE'3   SPECTAOLEB,
Wholesale and Eetail Draggi ts
NEXT COLON'IAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, ]!, C.
W. _. 6. Wolfendei
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts., New Westminster.
The above named firm having fully decided to retire fiom the
Dry Goods Business and confine their attention to the Grocery
Business for the future, now offer the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Ory
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
A in ru (■limn, is is no-v clli'i'dl to intending ■miolianera, an tlio stock ooiiBlstHol
goods just anitod for tlto' proien't and coininu seasou. All fresh and in prime order
and purchased in Uio bent foroign market* at rook    ttom pricea,
Salo to commence on Monduy, tho Kith instant, ami to continue until tho whole
of tho clock has been closed out. REMEMBER THE PLACE; Comer of Columbia and Mary Strcots.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN.
CREAMERY BUTTER!
IF YOU WANT A TUB OK GOOD CREAMERY BUTTER, go to SINCLAIR'S.   50 tubs of the choicest just received.   Also, a lot of nice Eastern Township, with the usual supply of Home-made, all of which will be sold cheap.
US.** Remember the place.
3__.ars__.all Sinclair,
00__"M_1I__  BT_____!T.
BON MARCHE.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER & 8HADWELL,
t.w™10™ OOMWBtt S_B___.

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