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VOL. I.
"EVENING TELEGRAPH/'
ntiminn
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(Mai unity and Sunday ereaing* excepted.)
ALSO iv«rt
SUNDAY    MORNING !
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   SUNDAY   MORNING,   SEPTEMBER   9    1866
MO. 59.
IKK IIS  OF   M'JIM l< II'TIOV |
l'.r AHRUir, iti .dr.nce, Ijy mail $10 00
Tor .Ix  month,    0 Ou
Per W-«k, |ihy.ble to Carrier,        '21,
Uinl, i "I ],--_        ]0
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street-
WH und Humor.
There is an hotel in Springfield that
only charges half price for lover* ; and yet
the proprietor Rays lie makes more money
out of tliis class of boariUrs than nny
other people ubout the house. Let n
youth, he says, sit up with a yellow spencer
nnd blue eyes on Sunday night, and he will
■feel so heavenly that he wont get do ami tn
pork und beans again till tbe lutter part ol
the week.
Thc nntives of Australia formerly believed that after death they wero changed
into some animal ; but now they think
that they return to earth as white men.
" Never mind," said one of them, about
to be executed at Melbourne, " I jump
up White fellow—plenty of money."
A divine in Kent, seldom in church, but
t rigid justice of the pence, having a va.
(jnnit brought before him, said, surlily,
" I'll teach you the law, you vagabond,
I wairantyou.'—"Ii would be much more
■becoming,' said the poor fellow, " if you
would teach the gospel,'
'■ Won't yon take half of this poor
apple?' said a pretty damsel to a witty
awaiii.—"I!o, I thank you; I would prefer
a better hall 1' Eliza bln.hed and referred
him to bur papa.
A contemporary down east has seen a
man who, upon a small capital, has made
■quite a fortune by minding his own Imsi.
(1688
A New Orleans paper states, that there
is in thst city a hog with his ears so far
hack that he can't hear hiniselt squeal.
New  Advertisements.
Instructions   in   Dancing.
pLASSKS KOR TIIK WINTER SEASON
Vj will ra-OMa for I.iulin and (iiinlemeu ull
MONDAY NKXT, Scpiember 3d, l.y
KRfl. J. II. CAinilCIIAKI,.
Hours from 8 to 10,  on Monday and Tburg-
day evenings.
View street, August 29, 1800.        au 30-lw
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with tho Oriental Hotel.
THIS  Kst.uii.isiimk.st   IS   nl'KV   t
ALL Hunts OF TIIK HAY OB MU1I
THE    TABLE
Will bo I'lirni.-li.al with the beat tbu mtrklt
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
N> ■•• Advertisements.
Special Notice*.
Ma. f.inn begs to announce to tbe inhabitants ot Victoria that he ha» lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
ChairS, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of Market and Trtive ling
Daskets, China V.ibcs, Fanry Goods and Toys,
"11 cf whieh have to be sold on or beloro
February next at grently reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale tor cost prices.     *
Bs«ov*t.—Messrs. Solomon Ilros. have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government strcq^, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ct ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
slothing and underclothing, which tbey will
sell lower than any house In town. Give them
a call. «
Alixahsm's Gi.«v»s—Messrs. J. 11. Turner
* Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they are the sole agents in Vancouver Island
and' Ilriiish Columbia. *
Ma. Diobt Palmsb requests that orders for
Uaohlng, playing and tuning l'ia intones, nnd
for tastroction in Singing, may be left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the top of Fort street. *
Hi. FaieniN requests us to stato that he
Is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
Md Cormorant streets to the large store on
Johnson street known as the " Queen
Saloon." »
Holloway's Ointment ahi) Pli.u.—A Word of
Proml**.—All utiffi-reri from non-l, ulcere, scorbutic
.(fee Ions roiI tk n dtflcaitffl may cotifWently commence
the trt.lment of Iheir n-veral inlirmlties with these
tieatinu tod clemiin? remedies. Under Holloway's
wall tried medicaments Ihe worat ensea will soon re-
lame a more kindly aap«ct, and in the proccsa of the
cure ths alUicted will neither be embarrasied by difficulties nor disheartened by failure*. A little perseverance and moderate attention to the "directions for use"
enveloping each packet of Otntmeut and Pil's, wilt
enable every invalid to cure himielf, aod to conduct
his complaint to a successful i-sue ; and he may feel
assured that by following this simple but searching
treatment his akin will bo made sound, severe suffering
•pared, and health restored.
TaiPKorn'sFKiESD-rmavDivis' Vramim Taih
Knxn—The Createst Family Medicmo oftbeAge—
Takea internally, ft eurfcl sudden colds, cough., etc.,
weak atomacb, gener.il debility, nursery sore mouth,
eanker, liver complaint, dyspepsia or Indigestion,
eramp and palu in tlia stomach, bowel complaint,
Palntera' oolic, Asiatic cholera, diarrhcgi, and dysentery, AriT.ilDKtTrRSAi.lv, euros felons, boils and old
aoies, severe burns and scalds, cuts, bruises and
■prams, swelled joints, ringworm and tetter, brok-n
breasts, frosted feet and chilblains, toothsche, pain iu
.he face, neuralgia and rheumatism. It ia a lure
eeraedj for Ague aad Chills and Fever. ■
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or large pnrties.
Call nnd judge tor yourselves.        au 30-1 m
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OK THE
NEW    SALOON
JUST OPENED IV
Lunsley   Street,   round  the
corner from Fates street,
Iu  the> building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Kiikiiiiaiidt's Hotel.
Tho Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will bo supplied with the
FIRS T   QUALITY   O P
V/incs   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites tbo public to call " BOUND Tlll-i COUNKIt" and
judge for themselves.
UOVEIIXEKNT   HTllliET    EJITI1AXCK — REST
door lo the Telegraph Office.
au2»        JACOB   If EH KIN Ell.
3STOTIOE
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of John Joseph Mecredy, a
Bankrupt,
A.MKKTlNtl OF CREDITORS OP THE
above bankrupt will be held at the ofBoe
of Mr. John Copland, Solicitor, Bastion street,
Victoria, on Tuesday the nth day of Sep-
tember proximo, at 4 o'clock p. in., to resolve
tlmt the offer made in Court of thi.s duh- I'm-
the winding up of the estate under arrangement of composition tdiull be curried mil, and
alio tbat application be made to tbe Court to
ntuy proceedings in bankruptcy.
Dated this Will dny of August, A.I). HOC.
JOHN t'til'i.AM'.
Solicitor to Creditors' A.-siguce*,
au2U Bl (tlon street.
InIhe Supreme Court of Civil Juttioo,
Vancouver Island.
* In  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, the 1st of August, ldilfi.
w
IIKRKAS, A PETITION KOHADJUDI-
cation of Hnnkruptcy, bearing dnte the
31st day of July last, has been duly Bled hy
William Parsons Snywnrd, Charles Kent, nnd
Kdwnrd Wilson, against JOHN J08BPB
MKCIIKDV of View street, Victoria, Car],-liter, and tho said John Joseph M.-cicdy,
having been duly declared and adjudicated a
Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Neodham, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 12th day of September current, at 11 of the clock iu the forenoon precisely, at the Court House, Jiiuies
Bay, Vii-toria, and m ike a full discovery
and disclosure of his estate and effects, when
and where the creditors arc to come prepared
to prove their debts, and at tlie first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, nud at tbe last sitiing,
the Bankrupt is t>> finish bis last examination.
All persons indebted io tho said Bankrupt,
or having any of his effects are not to pay or
deliver the same but lo Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
JOHN   ('t)l'I.AM),
Bastion street, Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor to ths Petitioning Creditors.
nn 29-td
POE      SALE
rpiIE UIGBT, TITLR, AND INTEREST
1 in Land known as R VIII. 8 », Quain-
ichan Distric , and R VIII, S l,Somenos
District, in ill about 100 acres, situate in the
Cowichan Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN QLASSEY,
Bastion street,
an 9-Im Opposite Sheriff's Office.
l.Ml'OUTEl!     AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IX
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc,
l'nmilit-s and tlie Truth supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street.
NKAll COBNBROPF0&T.
au 19
FASHION   HOTEL
A NO
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpHK   r.N'DICRSlllNKD HATING I.KASKD
I  tbese well  knowu establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will be
Re-opened on Saturday, Ju'y 23.
The former Billiard Hal has been conve ted
Into a  Concert   Ili-oni, where may   always bo
found attentive and obliging attendants,
Best qualities   of Wines, l.iipiurs, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
Jdgy*' Aiimiskion Push. au 20
NEW   WESTM1N8TBR
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  tlic corner of (lovcrumcnt,
opposite /chief's Dni£ Store.
HpHH SDB8CBIBBB HAVING MADK AR-
X.    movements  to  receive   from   different
parties the prodn e of tbe Island and country
will be prepared to luruish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all iu  their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEH.
nu lll-lm
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL inSHBSRS Ot TIIK AIIDVI-: IV-
^iliilMiu a lm wlsb to attend result-
practice, are requested to be present on tbe
lirst Monday in September, when classes will
be formed commencing with tbe simplest ix*
crcises, aud goiug tliiuiiul) ilie whole com
CHARLES DECIIKVT,
anil Turn wart.
The Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS Tti PATBONOT
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
MARKET,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Baal's
Boarding-house.
1 UMIMRS AND HOTEL-KKKI'ERS W1M,
1 liud always on hand fresh, cheap, and
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Island Fish and (lame of all sorts,
Island Bggs and Butter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry, kc, kc, ke.
N. B.—I hereby make known lo tho public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island farmers   to  sell   Ilieir  produce,   I   am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman  peddler that ever ate rice—
» So walk nn, John !" '
August i7tb, [866. nu 17-lm
J;   HAGLE,
Shipping Mr stcr and Commission
Agent-
pREWS SCPPLIHD IT THE SHORTEST
Kj Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House: Manifests, Charter Parties,
nnd BI Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
fcg- Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Ornoa—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracks. «"'7
New Advertisements.
USTOTIOE.
DFRING    MV   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San Frnnciscn.  my   brother,   I'eier
Matlliiessen. holds my Power of Attorney
Dated Il.id'l St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 1W5C.
KU 15 N. C. MATTHIESSE.N.
fe.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A   FINK   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England nnd
Sun   Franci-eo
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
uu 12
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'IMIE  ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL  HAVING
1.  been opened by
JOE      EDEN",
He will be happy to meet his  friends on all
occasions, a.I   will furnish them witli
Hie best of
Winess Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-.
and Clears-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY fl.
ti-jf' Bagatelle nnd Skiltles.
Gall and see (he establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au lu
Miscellaneous.
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
JUMt    -rVrj'iVOil.
For Sa'e by
P.   Gilligan,
nu 2 STORE  STREET.
LTJMBEK/"
VLABGK   ASSORTMENT   OF   BOUGH
and dressed for sale cl p,
.1. BOBBRT80N STEWART.
Victoria, V. !„ 30th August, ltJOii. au 32
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
''IMIE   COACHES   OF   THIS   LINE   W.. I,
JL   now run   regularly, leaving   Vale,  t. C
on
Manila) m.
Wednesdays,
Aud I i !i!;tj«,
AT 7, A. JL,
FOR    SAVANA'S    FERRY
(Big [lend Itoute), nnlil the completion of the
road, when (hey will go to Simian's l-'erry.
Tbe Coach lor Cariboo will leave Yale on
.Monday.
jy 2 F. J, HARWRI).
THE GREAT   UEMEDY   OF   THB
A HE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
isroxiCE.
Hard Bread' Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACKER BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pi ot Bread at 6  l-2o
per lb,, or $5 per box delivered-
Nav5 nt 5o per .b., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Monokfi,
au 8 Proprietor.
General News Agent
J. $tratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome §&•
Htvn Francisco.
rpHB ADVEEXlSBB il prepared to iupply
J_ with punctuality nnd tutlerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied hy cash remittance,
nnd banded in previous to the 4th, Nth, and
24lh ot each month,
lotion Daily TbMi $14 01
"      Tlie Field  1400
'«       llluettntftl Timen..   7 00
WreklvTiiimt         7 00
M       Bell's Uft iti l^wilnn II <X)
1       Weekl* nuimtch 14 ih;
"      IU. Newt of th« World  hum
"      Public Opinion  TM
*      Index (Free Ir.-ide) II mi
"       III.   Sporting News « on
11      Spectator Il uo
'•        Kefiew    1400
'*       S;iiunl.iv Ketiew.. 14 00
|>nbll*t Nation 1U oo
l.i.niu.i IllustrftU'd News...., 14 00
Atkct*4 Month!; yon
nUrkw.VKl''Mily»Bine. 3 00
Rwrp^r** M:»«.iXin* 3 00
Bfxpenni Megistn 3 on
Knickf.iiork.-r ,„ $■.'
PeeiflcN in ly , ..•••• 3 oo
Ho "■■■ •;   die* Book..,,   s 00
Mn- ii.il Hon 3 00
rimUnenUI Maffniine 300
Mi'ltin. h-mor.-is    out hly .....:( 00
K. I«tlle'p now Katnily Majraiinc ,3 00
Dti umbefk' Edinburgh onmai 4 oo
ItouUilj   |'«i'«r», iince*  Wet-k fi oo
•l "       AU the Year Round fi fl(l
rt«kM*T*l C-orRhill Mlu-nitnc fi OC
London CmmI fi uo
;;. a >al»'tT''iii|iio n«r noa
London tSodtty Magaiine f>uj
St. Jamep Mairaihte fi 00
BdtnWrgh Review 10 00
London   Keview io i>o
\    i'i Ilriiish lleview io 09
A'f-in tn-ier Reftra io oo
I     , U.n Art Joomal XZm
Mini ui &   Siudlttug ii»g... 10 00
1 in    i il< 11    ol   tin    (lintment   on    tbe
Syitteiit
To the very cote and centre of all disrnfes
which affect the human bbdjr, this remarkable
prepara'ion penetrate.-. It disappears under
the friction ot thc hands, as fiajt disappears
when rubbeil u(>on meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain, simple eruptions, open sores*
hard tumors, icrofnlOU! Oevclopments of all
kinds, ahcesses, cancers, ohl wounes. and, in
lact, every Ipoclel of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tte fkin, tho flesh, tho
glands, or among the niusrle.--, can be arresteb
in its destructive course, mid permanently
cored without danger by rubbing in tbis inestimable Ointment*
llntl    L«g*f  Hnd   llnnsiN,    Sorei,   and
Uimtrta
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sorts, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy for bad breasts and bud legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of Dearly every Bailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
liiipruilcni-lea of Youth; —Sore* ond
Ulcar*.
The above class o* cOtnpl&lntl iH surely re-
no fed   by  nightly fomenting tbo   parti wilt
v   nil w.tier, ami then by most effectOBlly rub
ning in this Ointment. Penoni suffering froiu
tbeiB direful couplftintl should lose not u mo
ment in arresting their prpgfMI. It should b»
urderstood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on thu atketed parts, btil
it must be well rubbed in lur some considerable
time two or three lime? n dny, that it may bo
tnken inlo ihe lyitem, whence it will remov.
only bidden lore or womd as effietnellj h.
though il were pulpable to the eye. llieud and
wiiiri   poultlctt, nlier  the   rubbing   in ol th.
Ointment, will do greel ivvlee,   This is th^
only jtroper treatment for females in OMei cf
canctr in the itomeoh, or for thoie who iufT«f
Irom a general bearing doMn.
PltMi  KUlulita* Strtetarra.
l!otches,aialsoswellingi>. can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be \iet*f
freely, and the I'ills be laken niyht and morn*
ing as recommended in theprintedinstriu tiioni
When treated in any otherwHy these eomplainU
:mly dry up in «ne place to break out in an«
»iber ; whereas this Oiniment will remove thr
bumor from the system, and leave the pnticn
\ vigorous and healtliy being. It will requin
.iiue, aided by tho tiee of tne Tills, to ensure
ttsting cure.
riiptht-ria,  DmnehttlSt Iota   Tiiroutn.
Any of the above class of diseases mar be
"urcd by well rubbing the Ointment tiirea
•Jmei a day upon lbe skin covering the tlyoat,
cheat, and neck ol tbe patient. Thc unguent
will soon penetrate the pore? and give immed-
iate relief. To allay the fever and lessen th3
inffamation, eight or ten Tills should be taken
night and m^ruing. The Ointment will pro-
duce peisp:ration. which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those op-
pretaioni of tbe chest wbich arise from
Aslhn a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Utith   the   Ointment nnd   PtUf   should
be  used   In thr following  taiei i
iVnl I eCR
rorni (Cjms)
r.tKiimatigm
Bad Breaatl
Cancers                   !; vt\UU
Bums
Onntractod      nnd Sore Ktpplea
BoiUom
Sli n.lct'iit*            -. re Tlirnnt
PI toot Metehetow
KJ(<i>linntiiifi3
Skin diacaa
and Band>FllN
Ftatnlaa     *
-CiHVV
ooo*baf
Oont
S.>r« hrads
Chugo-foot
tiInn<1iiUr    Swell
Iiiintim
lugi
tit era
rhimiatnB
t,' mbago.
Wonnda
('bai'l-ed Hands
files
Vawa
S*ilil al l''a Establisliim-iit ol pBorsatOI Jlnuowa
IU, strand, inear Temple Bai), London ; also hy it
.v.sin'ct.iMi' DniKtflsta un Deolorain Mndlcreaathwgh
aul (lie civilixed world, at tin* rnll>>v lm prices la, l^d
Z.\d. 4s r}c\„ 11b,, 22., and 838., each Tot.
%* Tlfre a a conaidcmble imving by taking the lar&u
lr.es.
K I!.—IHreotlenn ftwlhniraldance of Pattanti in crat
diiuiJcr arc adt&ed Loeaah lVi, i
igfacntng   (Tclc^agir.
>AV   MORMON),   SKI'T.   'J,   18S0.
COMMERCIAL.
VAIXC OF liXl'OUTS
llrtorli, la I., lo Imrrlcao  Port..
Fo, the Month eitdinj August BUI, 18','J.
to tan
Urnady  S.r.S)7
Coal W02 •'»(
Ilium Wire anil
Nail*    163 'M
Clolbini?,   Dry
Uou'ia ISU IK
Pry Ooods  l'J-i
Kinpty bottles.    M
Dor6*U Oil  loo lu
tnn k skins io,o7ri so
run, Skim k
Wu.il nm (0
riaaouoa.
FUiriug Mill,
ke  lii'2'1 50
llow-a    300
HouaUld (ids
Iron BMW
I.ur,l  003
M i scell.incoui,
tiuuda 5051
Porter  B44
Seal Oil    833 :■ I
Sole Leather.   M 60
Whi-ky 7846
Wines  MB
Total.
,.. $43,300 70
TO   POKTI.AXD.
Ale and Porter   93
Oiuttrs, tc   118 35
Bottles   ;~    U 40
Codfish,  Ac... 601 K
Dry Goods, ic BU 75
Hon,eliId (J'da 1 Ml
Horse k Dray. ISO
Miscellaneous
tioods  1492
Oil   811 68
Printing paper 150 8n
Total „ 13468 28
TO   POUT   AN<llil,08.
Ale ,
BlanketD ...
Band Iron.
Bottles	
40
78
30
7
Iron Sunfliiigs 119
do  Castings,,. 54 50
Irou  '23
Iron Hooping. 14
Liquors      93
M isccllancous
Ooofis ..... B58
Oil. l-'ish Lines 250
Matting     '->2
Porter, ic    W BO
Plaster Paris... 123
Sugar, Rice.ic 200
,.§1824
Total	
M01PITOL1TIOI,
To Sm Francisco $49,3110 70
Portland       3409 18
Port Angelos      1824
Total |B4,66I 'JO
<01I.  l-iXPORTH
From   Nanaimo,  V. I., during the   month  of
August, mas.
,11*.       tssiskl.      ffi»rai.      t    c.      di'stinatio.s-.
7 Sip Alarm, Hollins   10 OO...Vicioria
9 Str Sir .I Douglas Olarke 21 00...        do
11 Str E Harris, Kiain  03 10...        do
13 Schr Gazelle, Gollaccr.. 48 15...        do
14 Schr  Matilda,   Green
wood     73 00...        do
35 Str E Harris, Frain  62 00...        do
17    do do    G3 00...        do
20 Schr Ringleader, Harper 10 10...L't.   ship
* BO
5...Victoria
5...        do
00...        do
16...0omox
00...Victoria
21 Schr I-idian Maid, Mcintosh   48
23 Sohr Black Diamond,
('a ary  102
25 Sclir Matilda, Greenwood   72
27 Str Sir J Douglas,Olarke 12
31       do                   do  5
31 Str Otter, Lewis  30 10...N W Coast
Total  „. .
....834 10
MIll'l'lMi   I VI .   1.1,11. KM :-..
PORT OF VICTORIA, VANCOUVER   ISLAM)
ENTERED.
Sept 8—Sch Anue, Elciu, San Juan.
CLEARED.
Sept 8—L'anoc, Hassard, Decator Island.
Sch Elian, Middleton, Sannich.
Sch Gaielle, Ncuiv.ch, Sitka.
Sch Codfish, lirunn, Barclay Sound.
FIRE   BKIViRTMEST.
A  meeting of the Board of Delegates witb
the com-i iite*--. team the  varies companies
i was  held  lust nig it in   the Deluge  Engine
; House.    Twenty-seven ■MBberswerc p
("oiniiiuiiications Irom the different eompaaiea
in rag 'id to tiie present state of the I
I of the Dep.irliii'-nt u.i<- r.-i-l.
T-i the li-i-er team tii- Colonial Secret
the i'hcl  1-. log   that  tba
tluferuine-.t oOttld BOl appropriate aiy money
to the support of ibe Department,
Sir. Wm. Wilson, coiijiiiitti-e-iiiiin froui tba
DM I.--- Engine Coinpuuy, mured liy following
reply :
e     To    the    Unit.     Colltatal    S'Cretitri/   -Sir —Wl
h-rehy acknowledge tha rtrciptot yantaon-
iiimiicaiion   of tba Sis* Instant "i reply to
oar application for aid to ibe t'ttl 1' partoient
of tba Oity of Ipctorla, informing ui I
Governor laea bo pro I of auy
t-uoi-, be -i/ al 11' 1'ir thi* siippiirt
of the   Fire   Department   nut   of tlie  public
1 li- u.iirv :
'Ilu- Fire   Department whilst it appreciates
the   " citrein ■   regret*'     11 1   hv   Hi'
Excellency, caooot hut deplore the a<
the Legislative Council, hy which tii'- I mdable
efl'orts of tlie lloti-c ul 'Assembly to reduce lbe
expea eiof Government ln eecpsdsnce with
the eonditiiin of the .-niony have been fru -
ir,in-.l.ii-i I thn exi.-,'enci-nl' tbe Fire Department seriously Imperilled.—Carried.
The following preamble and resolutions
wen- theliailopled : —
Win-rcas, The Victoria Plre Department
huve been Informed by the hou. the Colonial
Se ri-iary tli-u they cannot expect any aaah t-
aii'-e from tbe Governmei t tin- present year;
And wh-r as the lereral Compualoi of the
Depurtiiii.-iii bave been advancing their private fundi t-i keep up the current expenses ol
the Depai-iiuc it in the faith of receiving tbe
appropriation voted iu the Estimates for this
Department by the Colonial Legitlature; And
whereas, Dnleai such aid is Immediately
given the mem' en composing the Fire Department will have tu ■ ippori their organisation by  un ad tilional nix 00  their OWD luil'ls
or else disband :   Be i- tberefoi b
Resolved. 1st-Tlmt the Board of Delegates
and Com nltteei when nssemb ed appoint a
Committee to wait on liis L , <■ lenoy uud r -
quest ihut Mime guaia: tee be given the Department th n the ami unt ii iw due ilUce Jan-
uary, 1866, uinl the amount required tu meet
the several Companies' a-tuul expens s from
tho present time until the vo ing "I tin- K>-
tiinutes bv the next Legi-lalhe Aeietnbly,
will be placed in the Estimates.
Eesolvsd. 2d—Thai the Board nf Delegates
after obtaining such guarantee in- requeued
to appoint n L'omui ttee to -wait ou the Insurance Agents and niakciirruiigiiuenis to Obi m
advances to uefray our sxpenses, und that
they be repaid out of ih" Brit moneys Voted
in uid of the Fire Department,
Resolved. 3d—That lu ease the Governor
refuses -o give ihe requisite guarantee o the
Department, that the above mfn'iuned Com-
ni'tee wai ou ibe several Ins irance Ollices
and the public at large und solicit subscriptions fin- the sup ort of the Fire Department.
4. That \v, as representatives assembled
by orde'- of our respective ompaules, pledge
ourselves, in compliance with their wishes,
to continue iu service and to use all honorable mens to mdntaiu our organization
intact, to render onr sen ices ou all OCCaslonB,
and when duly calls tu respond hy our pri s-
ence.
The President of the Board appointed the
Chief Engineer and the President and Sccre.
tary of the Board of Delegates a commitiee
to act in accordance witli the resolutions,
and the meeting adjourned till Wednesday
evening next.
In this city, Sept. 7ih, the wife of James
Evans, Esq., of a son.
On thc 5th ins',, at New Westminster, the
wife of l'\ G. Ciaudet, Esq., of a son.
Iu New Westminster, on thc 4th instant,
the wife of D. McCiillo'-h, Esq., of a daughter.
Harrisu Columhia Elkctioss.—The general
elections arc approaching in British Columbia,
and great is the excitement among the aspirants for political honors. Mr. I-'isher has
declined to ttund for New Wcstmiuster, and
Dr. Black is out against Mr. Robsun. The
latter gentleman, as editor of tho British
Columbian, thus writes:—" No sooner was it
known that .Mr. Robson wns to be a candidate
than there waa a perfect buzz of excitement iu
certain circles. Candidate after candidate was
trotted nut to oppo e thc People's Candidate ;
hut they ' gracefully came down,' like
Crockett's coon, wiihout a siimle shot being
fired. Bnbson had only to level his piece at
them. They could'nt stand tho smell of
powder I Next came the valiant Doctor
Black ns candidate number four I The Doctor
appears less timid, or, possibly, lest modest,
than his threo predecessors. At all events he
is still in the field, the only man, apparently,
with pluck enough to break a lance with .Mr.
Robson."
Extent op the Late Monetary Crisis.—
A China paper says : It will be gratifying to
the banks nt home to learn that they are not
alone in their distress. Three native banks
of some repute havo failed in Foochow, and
of course occasioned the greatest distress
among the native population. The cause of
this crisis is not clear. .   .
Weather in theInteriur.—The Columbian
states tbat the thermometer, at Yale, on
Thursday Inst, stood at 86° ; at Soda Creek,
same dny and hour, 50°; at Quesnelle 03° ; ut
Clinton, 73°.
The Mail Stbamkr.—A private telegram
from Snn Francisco announcts thnt the
steamer Active to sail for Victoria yesterday
morning, at 10 o'clock.
Towed Out.—The schooner Fannie Hare
Wis towed out of the harbor for Nanaimo, by
tho Emily Harris, yestcrdny morning.
Laid Up.—The steamer Alexandra went up
to Langley on Friday, to be laid up in fresh
wa.er.
The Tea Market.—The Foochow correspondent of the North China Xnrs sends an
interesting account of tbe progress of the tea
market at that port, but the large transactions wliicli he reports, nt rates so high ns
thirty-seven ttnil a-half tacls, bode ill.for the
purchasers. Taking info consideration the
present monetary ditflcu ties, it cun hardly be
hoped thnt sufficiently high prices will be
i^iven fur the new teas to cover the rates paid.
Shanghai may here again corgraiulate Itsell
that Intelligence of English commercial ditli-
culiies arrived in time:.- prevent large investments at similarly high rates.—Letter from
China.
Fires is New Wrstuisster.—Two fires occurred in New Westminster on Thursday
night last. The first broke out about twelve
o'clock, in the shed ou Liverpool wh uf.
among Buiuo hay, but was speedily extinguished by the firemen. No dnm ige was
done save to Ilu1 hay nnd to some telegraph
Insulators, Almost immediate y alter tbe
first lire was put out, a uither broke out iu
Ih,- siuTiles belonging to Mr. Moody, Merivnle
■troet, which wee soon burnt to the
ground, it being impossible to get the liie-
eugiiie neal- th.- spot. The firemen, however,
manuged to prevent the flames from spread
ing.    Tho loss was small.
TELEGRAPHIC
< alifoiiiia
San FnAscisco, .Sept. 5.—Wwrec
Klilrulge, lur several vi-ur-s dark in t- e
■ i Department of Walla, Fargo k
Ca.'t Expreaa, Las been ^arretted on a
charge of embezzling (4,00
employer!, lie bad alaiajra had their
ronfidei ■ ■ and bei n regard -I aa nn
. faithful  clerk,   nuiil tha ppiril of
•lock I'llnli. i :' t'"ik iiu--. <f II III.
1.1.1   in   N'ew  i'urk, 146}, ,-i
toe.
Balled, 5th«Brltl»h ihlp Vortiyrn,
Port Amnios ; Imrk Curlolta, Pnpe'.
Si,iipiI ; hark Charles Dcvetis, i'u^et
S .mnl; LriLr Sheet Anchor, Puget Sound;
-ii-uuitr Orizaba, Portland.
'I'h" total vo'e polled tO-day !■ about
80,1 00, 'I ic Union party "ill gain a
decided victory witli '''" neeption of j
three out of •>evi,n. Supetvi or Kainnun,
independent candidate', beat Braonun
1 Hi rotes m thn Third ward. The working of ihe ri'L'isirv law gives general lat-
isfaciii.ii t'l u!l Union men.
laiiiipp.
LrvEBrooL, Aug. fi.—The steaawhip
Moravian, which sailed lo-daj for Qna-
I" -. took uv"i- l'O'J Britltb regulnrs lor
services in Ciiniin.
Lokboh, Ang fi—In tho Admirul'y
Court loiliy, un appeal was made liy the
counsel of defendants for release of lbe
seven ex rebel blockade runner steamers
seized at Liverpool si mo weeks ugo.
I he Judge decided that the U. 8. Minis'
ler Ailums, ur tin: U. S. Consul nt Liverpool Le required to li'o written anthoritj
for their prosecution,
LoMOOM, Sep' li.—Noon—The Brink
of England today reduced its rate of dis-
c ai a In "i per cent. Consols better, the
Bgure at noon to-day is ,s9J, 5SO'b 7 J.
Iaris, pept 6.—Various diplomatic
ch uiges are expected imuiediutily,
I-L'iiikm-i:, Sept. li.—Tin: cholera is
in iking -siil ravages in 11uly.
California.
Sa.v Fmb'Clsco, Sept 6. —Sailed—
Il-ir Canil ridge, Tahiti ; Hamburg baik
15 rtha, Sydney.
San Francisco, Sept 7.—Following
ilis;uii'h received :
Philadelphia, Sept. 7.—To Alfred
Barstoiv. Southern Union Convention
i:n I'liisely BUecesaful ; tremendous enthusiasm; perfect harmony ; Congress
endorsed ; Union triumph certain.
Legal Tenders, 71J'u72|. -Money in
active demand,
Tin: 15,ml.' of England hns reduced its
rule to 5 per cent. Demand forexi-b .n^e
and bullion lor next Steamer promises  to
be moderate.
Co'n   drafts mi   Atlantic   cities,  2}
Telegraphic transfer! 5J percent., sterling
49.
Arrived—Bark \V. II. Gawley, 13
dais Irom l'ort Madison.
Sailed—Hamburg ship A. n- Wyllie,
Liverpool.
Eastern.
Chicago, Sept. 0—Ihe crremonieR of
hiving lbe corner stone of the Douglas
monument to-day were most impressive,
and were accompanied by a, most entliu-
siasiic ovation to President Johnson.
Alter the stone had been laid by tlie
President, General Dix delivered nn oration mi i he lit'.' and character of D mglass,
concluding wiih liislnsi words, 'Tell them
io obey 11 io lows ami support tie Constitution ol the Uuiieil Steles.'
Sear   Advertisements.
A'lvprli-'-i
PiiKSDYTEiUAS Chuiich. —We are requested
tn state that tliere will be no service in thc
Presbyterian church, l'andora street, this
•morning. Divine service will bo held iu thc
church at half-past six o'clock iu ihe evening,
when Rev. li. White of New Westminster
will preach, having Kindly consented to supply ihe place of llev. 1.1. Dulf, the latter gen-
t emeu bei g prevent d from being present by-
having to preu<-li the funeral sermon on the
child of the late Mr. McMicking, recently
drowned in the Fraser.
An Isolated OaglSTlAN Community —Late
China n ws says the British ship Fire Queen,
which arrived Irom Adelaide, re orts having
visited UaveuaIslund,one of the Car line (New
Philipine) group. The Inhabitants, who do
not numb r more than seventy, are Christians, und can read and write Knglish. A
foreign ship hnd nut approached the islan I
for two jcgrs, and the Fire Queen was therefore eagerly Welcomed. Tlie Only trade is in
tortoise-shell and bcche-lc mer, aud is carried
on with the ueighbo.ing groups.
The Rifle Match—ihe competition between the 20 best rifle shots of the Volunteers
terminated to-day. The following members
will rcpiesent the Co ps at the coining match
with the Fleet:—Corpor.l Pule, Private
All op, Corporal Bnglehardt, Private Hoar,
Sergeant WooLacolt, Private J hn Wilson,
Private Newbury, Sergeant Neustadt, Lieut.
Vintcr, Lieut. Pearse.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
S^OKSMC TOBACCO
JU8T - -'.'i
,Y.   F-   KEVKDU'S,
HAVANA *;iOARS DIRECT.
SXaa on band
Wine S'p. Peach. Apricot. Mary's Owa,
Light Pressid, Naiuial Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobicco.
JUST MOWTBD  PI IflL
A Fi- •■ A ■ sent of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
?e 5-lm
o "&      o,"
I
Com.- j jroa will ;
1.0 fuolii ;.
Jc       Cowper,
lhan       at<3
SECtins a HoMSSTIAD—We call attention to
the large sale of real estate advertisi d by J.
P. Davies k Co. this morning. Property now
must lime reached iis lowest ebb, aud parties
Investing a few hundred dollars at present
can bar ly fall to reap a handsome reward iu
a very few years.
Hash Bail—The preliminary game wai
played yesterday afternoon nu lb-aeon Hill
with vety latlsftotOty result*     A meeting for
the election of officers will take pla a oa
Wednesday evening, at the Turn Vereln Hall,
when thofo wishing to join the club bud better attend. 	
Hosoiuuv Fiiiemen.—Capts. Irving nnd
Fleming were elected honorary members ol
the Hyack fire company, New Westminster,
last week.
Sale of a Steameu.—The steamer Uenri-
et'ft, recently the property of Mr. Dodge, wns
said at New Westminster on Wednesday last,
fur $1,000, to Cnpt- Fl.-m ng.
Indian V01E3.—The Columbian denies the
statement of the Chronicle that Indians are to
be nllo.red to vote at the peneral election in
liritish Columbia.
Base Hall playing and amateur dramatics
are all the rage in Shanghai at present according 10 the latest news.
Queen Ciurlottj Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   cf   Assessment.
4 T A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THE
; V above Company held ibis daj the following resolution was passed : —
" That nn Assessment ef Sixpence sterling
per hare on A shares be now made, payable
to the .secretary nt the office of ihe Company,
'D or i.ef re ihe Mill int.. between the hours
nf II A. M. and 2 P.M. daily."
J. b. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. 1  gecrclary
September 6th, 1866.        /
se 7-td
I
St.     An n's
CONVENT SCHOOL
BS-OPEWS
Monday, Sept. 3. 1866.
illhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
coiam OOTEEISEIT Ain yitis srs.
tTP-STAIES.
•    -
LEATHER,
■j—
SHOE     .
Try. . BT,
OPPO        . '
At the old i .'. Co., ■ i
prepare I   I
public ..i
The latest ft7l~s
Recpiv
and I":!'- ■ se v
En'r:.n:c en Yates Street
■ ;i-lm
— AND^
Commission      Agent,
'On tha Corner of
Whnrf and Johnson Stvects.
se H-2m
Bverett'a Exchange,
^TORK   8TREEIT,   V. I.
I HE  PROPRIETOR HESPKfl F 17I.LY IX-
I    furnn   bis frie.-idiand   ibe public I nt lie
has open d his old si an.1 in Store street, where
he will  keep  a-   before  lb" fineit quality of
\\ INKS, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Oomo and see.
se3-lm        PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
IIAYANUIGARS.
LEWIlf &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIB PBIKNDS AND
t epnbllc In general tbat tbey will con
staotly receive by every Bteamer a pond  n^
Bortmentot G«nuliio Havana filgarN
ami me it em i Brands of fobacco,
impcrtid direct for this market, bo that tbey
are able to 'ompete with any hruse on tbid
[aland, either Wholesale or Retail.
N'.  IS—Special   attention will  bo paid  to
Onuntrv ord**ra.
1IEI.HA.S  LEWIN.    |    LOUIS ANTHONY
Fe -2
A. & ff. WILSON,
Hou:e and I?hip Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
B:LL-HiKGERS & TfflSHTIS
PORT  BTR8BT
in ordem promptly ntti-ndcd lo
t. 2
8BACC3 PLANT
ARKIVAT, 0¥ ANOTHER CARGO FROIJ
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASriXWAI.1.,
01 tbe Host   Celebrated Dranils o"
TOBACCO   &   GSG-ARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be  had  at  the " ADEtPn',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
Arrive! of a fewmore plants
by the "California."
B@* Office of C. P.  Green's  Tictoria
nnd Wsquimalt Express'.
F, CAJIPBELL,
fc 2 ADFLI'IH REO \!? StORB.
NOTICE.
M
R. W«. WILSON HOLDS A POWER
1VA of Attorney Irom nud will attend to the
business of J. II. Turner k Co. during uiy
abseuce from Victoria,
J. II. TURNER,
au 27 Victoria, Auguit 27, 1866.
lu the Ii ■ ■
'
'   i-
,11-t il  -.     .
. :'
a ii d I
been deel n I a Bankrupt,
.
me Court
of Banki
Hull u;iv i .
the
■
■
to    i
tbe
sitting i"
examiiiati  i
silting tbe 1
nmlnatli
All per   ■ I Bankrupt,
or iv!;'. I i any of bl
the  ■    ' ii to Mr. VV.  11.   II.  SAatu
Qorernmei lee ap
pointed, and give no .
JOfTM -'• PLAND,
Solicitor, Bu :. Victoria,
se 2-ld
CAREIA E  . AHTTI
IX   ALL ITS  H'.AXCIIES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
ana iho International Hotel.
Work   solicited, and   done  oi    the moat
: i
2-lm
'
COMMISSION   MER( HANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dcale'a in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
rJools niKl  Shoes.
Wharf s'ri ■ i, Victoria, V. i. m!
: .::et,
JOHNSON   61 . EB '.
(."! i'0-irr.     Ottl v,i
'
Saturday,   Auntist:     4'ch,
COl SUp  lied
with tbe 1 ■ r of i
ily t.ii le.
daily.
Bel X. V. I.AXG1-.
DR .   I'M W    ;  l.   1  '
Sui
DOUGLAS  A.NO   BUOUGllTON   STBBSTS
ar I'.irti.
Omei   II ths—!) A. M.   to   12- M., nnd   S
P, M, to 10  P. Ji.
August 23. au '-'C
— OP   THE —
EDREKICG'     ;R0(ii!
lU'ERin:: ;.
"THIS Sl'OSS FAV-
■A     a'de place  of auiusi
entirely re-decoratej will re-opgn This
9 o'clock.    Mr.  Ned P.eed, tbe I
Banjo Pbiyer  will I
ci-itors witb bis min
the best of case  Liquors and  1:
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 0 o'clock, admission
tree. au24 (glnirhg   Mtf«rt.|sP*ff::
SUNDAY    33Eiri03ST.
SUNDAY   MORNING.   KPT.  9,   1866.
Ollii   Fl'TUKi:   PB04PCCM.
A little while ugj it was uljsolnlely
dingciiius fur an cone in Victoria 10 ts*J
it- predict anything uf the country tbat
did nut tend to raise the price of real
estate. Tiie truth was not to be told,
miles* one was willing to rink Mag
called a "croaker'' or something even
more invidious. It is needless to say tbat
the day of shams harassed awuy, and
thut thu truth, however unpalatable,
must be told. No fiction will kee|> men
1 hilt iu uuy country, because mume has
fortunately or unfortunately ordained that
men cannot lire on air. If rati estate il
to rise, we must have population, and if
■we ere to have population we must bave
emp'oyment fur tho»e who urn willing and
able to work. All tho theories in the
world cannot overturn these two positions.
But whut are the prospects of an Increase
to our population ? What is the chance
of employment to the Immigrant 7 We
think wc ur-) safe in saying thut as things
present themselves no Satisfactory answer
ean be given to the one query more than
Iho other. There is no hope of nn immigration and no hope of employment to
either the skilled or unskilled workman,
There is really nothing before the country,
and we say it advisedly, but ruin, hopeless
rain, unless tlie inhabitants look for relief
in a very different quarter from that
which has hitherto engrossed their Attention. We do not wish to underrate tho mineral resources of the
neighboring colony, but wo usk the merchant and the properly owner of Victoria
if a thousand uciual miners, und we do
not believe Cariboo can at this moment
boast of more, arc going to support four
or flvo thousand people in Victoria us
well as tho numerous settlements on the
Fraser ? Tho tiling is surely beyond all
renso'iablo anticipation ; and yet it is on
tbis small resource tlie people of both
colonies aro principally depending.
There are in all countries two classes—
the producer und the distributer of commodities. Iu Vancouver Island the Int
tcr is almost entirely dependent on the
former ; for the foreign exports of the
Island are a mere fraction of the commerce or trade of the country. On Cariboo, as we have said, the people of both
colonies nre really depending, and the result is failure. Nothing can possibly
prevent it. So long as a colony relies
on a precarious source of wealth—on a
thing that will employ Ave or six thousand men one season and only one thousand men the next, it is certain to meet
some day with the most decided collapse
Hud we mines extensive enough, like
California, lo employ one or two hundred
thousand men, wc might have some sort
of an excuse for resting our prosperity on
a throw of tho mining dice ; but we have
not. The productive population of British Columbia to day is not sufficient to
give profitable employment to two thousand people. The bubble now is nt its bursting point, nnd it is this fact, long foreseen,
that !ms tended so much to destroy public confidence in the country.
Wo do not wish to add to popular
dejection or discontent. It ia rather
with a view to turn the public mind from
the unprofitable chiinnel in which it lias
been eo long directed to one that will not
only lift us out of our difficulties, but
place us on the high road of prosperity
that we speak thus, It mny be disparagingly, of the gold mining intetest. It
is needless to recur to the value nnd di..
versity of those resources which are at
our very doors, livery ono is aware ol
tbem. Like Tantalus, however, our very
proximity to that which we desire only
mukes our inability to take advantage of
it the more galling. With ulmost everything a country conld wish—with a fenile
soil, a magnificent climate, coal, iron, copper, lumber and fisheries inexhaustible,
we are steadily going to decay; and all
because we have the misfortune to be
treated by our American neighbors as
foreigners. Let the heavy duties, whieh
at present meet our productions in
American ports, be removed, ond, providing we have a civilzed Government iu
the colony, no place ou the Pucific coast
would be more prosperous than this
Vancouver Island. Population would
immediately flow into the country, real
estate wuuld quadruple its value in less
than six months ; and tbe clang und hum
of industry   would   resound   from every
?oa*t. The only question for
people to consider is—can these two
'things be obtained? Can Vancouver
' i.-laud gain those privileges, commircial
j and poliiicul, wh c!i are su rap:dly build-
j ing up the Pacific |xutioi,s of the Auieri-
, cun Kepulilic. We think she can. We are
indeed firmly convinced if the inh lb tantl
go vigorously uud unitedly to woik, tbey
will Dad but few obstacles in their path-
way. The matter is all importaut to every
person who bas an interest iu the country ; for ns things go at present, with the
most mischievous mismanagement iu thc
Government, nnd a decline, which promises to continue, in the population, lliere
Il nothing before us but a totul collapse.
Before o-ir condition reaches that point
which destroys hopa iu the breasts of
even the most santriiine, let the population
come forward and devise meant to retriev
past. Wc have tail] the thing is feasible,
ai,d we nre prepared to prove it—nny,
mor", wc nre prepared (0 show that by
following out a certain line of action, we
shall obtain every advuntage we desire
before tht termination of Iho ensuing
session of the British Parliament, On
the one hand stunds ei tain ruin ; on the
oi her unexampled prosperity—the d-stiiiy
of the coumry lies iu the people's hands.
New Adv. rdaementa
New Advertisements.
First  Presbyterian
Church.
There will be no Service in the
First Presbyterian Church this
morning.
Divine Service will bo held in the
Church in the evening at hall-past
six o'clock, when Itev. E, White, of
New Westminster, will conduct the
services.
By order of the
MANAGING COMMITTEE.
First Presbyterian Church
THB tlflVDAT SCHOOL IN 00N-
nectinn with tho First Presbyterian
Church will meet ns u-ual in the Chinch,
Pandora Street, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
bc7
FOIR,     SALE,
1ft
J. P. DAViES & GO,
MJCTKUmtttfA COKMtSIIOfl   N19H
(HAVI'v      MtMMMB*     Fireproof    Mum
UuiUUng, Wlmrf Mm I, nvar V«te».
Cash Adranret m>iile on Consignments.
AUCTION.
J. P. Davies k Co.,—Continued.
J. P. Davie* k Co.,—Continued.
WEDNESDAY
Wc are instructed by
MR. NATHAN 80L0I01
TO SELL THU
Balance of his Stock
-A.T    S-^LISSHOOIVC
WHARF STREET,
Wednesday, Sept. 12,
AT 11  O'CLOCK, A. M.,
co^ci?i?.isi]sra-:
Coats, Vests and l'ants
Undersbirts and Drawers
Neck Ties, Socks, Gloves
Carpet Bags, Huts and Caps
Childten's Clothing, etc., etc
Blue, White,   Green,  Red   and   Grey
Blankets
se 4
t. P. DAVIES, A CO.,
Auctioneers.
A COO') MARE (IN FOA!,), WITH YIUR-
ling colt   by   her   side.   Will work in
single or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Eveniisr Telegraph,
LANGLEY STREET. se 9
3STOTIOE
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of John Juscph Mecredy, a
Bankrupt,
A MEETING OP CREDITORS OF THE
above bankrupt will lie held at the office
of Mr. John Copland, Solicitor, liastion street,
Victoria, on Tuesday the llth day of September proximo, at 4 o'clock p. m., to resolve
that the offer made in Court of this date for
thc winding up of the estato under arrangement of composition shall bo carried out, and
also that application he made to the Court to
stay proceedings in bankruptcy,
Dated this 20th day ol Augnst, A.D. 18GG.
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
au20 Ilnsliou street,
Kotice of Postponement-
The above meeting is unavoidably postponed to Tuisday, the 18th instant, at the
same place and hour.
JOHN  COPLAND,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
se 9 Dnstiou street.
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OP
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant E n g i n eer,
T.J. BURNER
se 7
MORTGAGEE SALE,
THURSDAY.
Steamer Cariboo
Real  Estate!
City Property, Brick
Dwelling !
CORNER     LOTS   !
HOMESTEAD LOTS!
JNTOTICCE,
BROS.,
MAUTITJ	
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
F1UEPKOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BYL'IIOTELIER& Co,
WHAEP      STREET.
se 6
Thursday,  Sept.   13,
We are instructed by the Mortgagee to sell
At  Salesroom,
WUAltP STREET,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
S I IX T Y
S1X TV-FOURTH    PARTS
—OF  THE —
SIDE-WHEEL STEAMER
C.1RIB O 0,
As she now lies off
DOUGAL'S    FOUNDRY,
Together  with all the Machinery, Rigging, &c, on
Board.
IMMISPreiOJSB s
Length 12"i feet, more or less; breadth
of beam 22 feet, more or less ; depth
of hulj, from toouagt deck, fi feat ;
tonnage wider tonnage deck 7S tons.
'Ihe Kti'iniiT litis recently lien thoroughly ovcrliutiled und repaired.
For further particular* apply to
JOHN' GLA88EY,
Officer in possession,
Or io   R0I5RIIT BI8H0P,
Solicitor to Mortgagee.
—ALSO-
A   FlltnT-CLASS
ESTEAD PROPERTY,
Seven and a Quarter Acres,
Lots ns,  59, und  60,  Victoria District,
with Dwelling House, etc.
TERMS AT SALE.
By Order of Mr. Geo.
Mason
Corner  Lot,
ALL THAT piece or parcel of Land,
s'tnato on tho comer of Pandora ami
Quadra streets, in tbe town of Victoria,
V.]., nnd known ou the Official Map of
the same as Lot 1 (1), being subdivision
of 5-ncre lot X , havin<r it frontage of
sixty.live (65) feet on Pandora sireet,
thence one hundred and sixty (161J frontage on Quadra ; thence sixty-Qve (65)
feet on Mason street ; malting three frontages on this desirable pieco of first class
city properly.
LOT 2—Anjoiiiinghitone, subdivision
of 5 aero lot X, having a frontage on
Mason and Pandora streets each nf lifly-
four (54) feet, by a depth of one hundred
and sixty (160) feet,
LOT 3—Adjoining lot 2, subdivision
of 5 acre lot X, with frontages on Pandora and Mason streets of lifty-lhree (53)
feet hy n depth of one hundred and sixty
("1601 feet.
LOTS 1, 2 nnd 3 ore under n good
picket fence, and will be sold to sjit purchasers.
Erick Dwelling House
ALL THAT certain pieco or parcel of
land situate on I'andora streot, and known
on the Official Map of the town as lot four
(4), adjoining lot 3, in subdivision of 5
acre lot X, with frontages on Pandora
and Mason streets of fifty-three (53) feet
by a deptli of one hundred and sixty (160)
feet, together with all tho Improvements
thereon, wliicli consist of the well built
two story modem Brick Dwelling House,
erected by Mr. Mason for a family residence, thu Inteiior being finished with due
regard to durability ns well as convenience
and elegance ; the ground floor has double
Purlors, with sliding doors, handsome
Paflor Orates, large Hall, largo Dining
Room and Kitchen ; up stairs are three
good sized Bedrooms, with tho usual
closets an I handsome parlor grates iu each
room. Tho grounds ure tastefully laid
out, with a (iiirileu uf choice Flowers aud
Fruits, APPLE, PEAR, PLUM and
OBERRY TREES, &$*)> BLACK
and WHITE CURRANTS. In lbe
roar of tho building is a never-failing well
of pure spring water, also the usual outhouses .
pruvements thereon, which consist of the
Verandah four-roimed Cottage Honse,
handsomely paper**, containing brick
chimneys mid grates. The building ia
sorrouoded with flower, fruit and vegetable I'aniens, uud a most substantial picket
f. nee,
Lots lfi, 17, and 18, same as lot 14,
under a good pick*! fence.
Lot 21, s line as lot 14.
Corner  lot.
Lot 22, having a frontage on Ma«on
strict of (58) feel by u depth of one hundred and twenty f. et, facing the St. Louis
College, being subdivision of 5 acre Let
X.
Mnps of the property can bo seen c^
our mlcsrooin.
TEilM.3—25 per cent, to be paid at
tbe fill of the hammer; 20 per cent as
soon as the deeds are ready ; tbe balance
of thc purchase money can remain on interest at 12 per cent per annum.
C^* Tho sale of this Property should
command the attention of all who wish to
secure line Homestead locations. Pan-,
doru is the widest street iu the Colony,
and the elevation secures perfect drainage.
The easy terms of tbo sale should be
taken advantage of by those who are in*
dined io maku investments, which in a.
few years no douiit will realize fortunes.
—ALSO—
A Block of four Lots, having a frontpage on Beacon Hill Park, adjoining the
property of J. G. Shepherd, Ksq.
ALSO,  AT THE SAME TIME
By  Order   of  the   Mortgagee,
ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of,
land in the City of Victoria, V. I., and
known on Iho Official Map of the same,
as section (20) Twenty, subdivision of
the Spring Ridge property, situate on
the Corner of Johnson street, und containing one uere 52-1000t!is pirn, more or
It^s, together with all tlie improvements
thereon, which comprise the l<rgo sized
two story dwelling House, surrounded
with large Verandah and Balcony. On
the ground floor nre 4 good siz d Rooms,
with handsome parlor Urates, large Kitchen and Hall ; the Upper Slory has. two-
large Bed Rooms, the whole being:
Lathed and Plastered throughout. Adjoining the main Budding, are 2 Boil
Rooms and Store Room j in tbe rear is a
sorvuut's room ; also, a first class and
never failing Wsll of pure Spriug Water;
connected with the dwelling by Pipes and
'laps is a Reservoir, which is supplied at
all seasons of the year by a largo Force
Pump. The residence has a commanding
view of the Town and Surrounding-
scenery. The whole of this valuable Pro- .
perly is enclosed with a first class fence),
aud is rented at tho very low rental er
twenty dollars per month to Sir. Hutchinson, Butcher, of Wharf Street, a perma.-
ucnt tenant.
ttjf* We call thu attention of searcher*
for investments to iho above sale. The
Property is reully desirable, and present*
nn opportunity for persons of moderate-
means to procure eligible Homestead
lots at n small outlay. See the property
and attend the sale.
ACTS OF SALE A'." BUYERS' EXPENSE.
J. P. Davies  &  Co.,
se 0 Auctioneers.
Corner Lot.
That well situated pieco or parcel of
land on the corner of Mason und Quadra
streets, having a frontage on Muson of
sixty-five (65) feet, by a depth of one
hundred and twenty (120) feet ou Quadra, being subdivision of 5 acre lot X,
und known ou the Town Map as Lot
Twelve (12).
Lot 13, adjoining Lot 12, having a
frontage on Mason street of fifty-eight
(68) feet by a depth of one hundred ond
twenty (120) feet, together with the ono
story building thereon, being subdivision
of 5 nere lot X.
Lot 14, having a frontage of fifty-eight
(58) feet on Mason street, by a depth of
one hundred nnd twenty (120) feet, being
subdivision of 5 acre lot X.
Lot 15, adjoining lot 14, baving a front-
ago of fifty-eight (58) feet on Mason
street, by a depth of ono hundred nnd
twenty (120) feet, together with the Itn-
TUB PIONEER
ICE CREAM,
-FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL
IS AGAIN IN TIIE FIELD.
rplIE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
A supply, ns usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
se 3 ■   Store street.
Mrs.   He in
TWERPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK'
IV   latest fasbiuns in
IM ILLINERY,
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Bronghtaa. te !> BlIxcellaiieoUM.
CntvKsK Wkdmn'o;—The following
account, given bv a traveller some years
since, will be especially intrestiug, being
the first time the nuiriafi rite was
solemnised by nu Knghsli c'eri/yniau in uu
Knglisli chapel. The grouul was a cia.lu-
ate of an English wiatiOOaTJ school, and
In addition to conforming to the HMUHM
of his country, desired to be married in
the Christian fashion. Every point had
been explained and interpret -d to the
parties, whieh they seemed fully to appreciate:—Tho nuptial procession was headed
by a baud that discoursed anything but
music to my ears jtbeu came the sedans
and boxes coiitaiiMR the marriage feust,
all of them painted red, and their bearers
wearing red jackets. In this train of
luxuries were n Cozen eegt roasted whole,
n goat also roasted, and so arranged that
its head was constantly nodding. Following these woro members of the family,
before whom strutted the groom. Then
came an old man, bearing a huge umbrella
to protect the bride when she enters and
leaves her sedan; behind him came boys
bearing lanterns and banners; then tbe
trays, displaying the bridal trosseau, and
lastly, an ele-ant red sedan chair, in
wbich was the bride. Usually sho is
locked in by some relative, and the bridegroom sees his wife for the first time upoc
reaching his own house; but this ono soon
entered the church in company with the
groom and attendant ladies. She was
dressed in red crape, Chinese stylo, nnd a
veil of thc same material concealed her
features. Very |)retiy embroidered shoes
covered her Jit tIo feet, and her hair was
elaborately ornamented. Tho service,
which was performed in tlio Chinese
language, wns solemn nnd imposing. Immediately after tho knot was tied, the
bride wus conducted to her sedan, and
taken to her husband's bouse, who received her with the attention becoming her
position; ho presently took off the red veil,
and in accordance with Chinese customs,
they pledged each other in wine, the cups
being joined by a thread, as an emblem
of constancy, and this ceremonial was
ended by tho newly-wedded pair worshipping their ancestral tablets, and saluting
tho members of their family. Tbe band
struck np, and the assembled guests, the
men in ono apartment, the women in au-
O'hcr, sat down to the marriage feast.
Tin Beauties of Valencia—-Tho
Calls de la Constitncion is ono of the
■central streets that run from tho Gran'
Plaza at Valencia, as straight as a die,
■on and on, till the houses begin to be in_
'terpolaied with gardens and orchards, and
at last cease altogether, and ono finds oneself in the green valley which bounds
Valencia to tho east. At tho opposite or
south-western angle of the Plaza there is
Another long straight street, which runs on
till it merges in the road to Nngim. The
houses in each of these sircc.ts near tlio
square are large and fashionable, and they
growsmallerand smnlloras one approaches
the outskirts of the town. It was not,
however, tho houses that interested us;
for, indeed, nothing can be uglier or less
attractive than the outside of a Venezuelan
bouse, with its low onestoryhigh faoado
of plain'briek. But at this hour every
window was open, and in cvory window
flat the ladies of the house, somo lovely,
all more or less good looking, for thc
plain and antiquated keep in the back-
on these occasions. "I always wonder,'
said I to Ilaywurd' "what hecoms of the
men at this timo of day at Valencia. It
mny be trne, as I have heard said, thnt
there are five women in the place to one
man ; but still, what becomes of that one'
He is nowhere to bo seen. Whether it is
that the men are riding, or walking, or con
gregnting to smoke, I know not ; but
whatever thc reason, tho fact remains that
the women are left all alone, and can indulge in any amount of flirtation they liko.
Now mark me, the white Creoles live at
tbis end of the street, near the Plazs;
lower down we shall come to the triguenns,
or 'brunettes;' and beyond these wo shall
find mnlstoes and mestizas, and we shall
fiuish up with some beautieBof a downright black, who aro uot so much to
be despised ns you would imagitio,1'—
Dicken's "All tlie Year Round."
"Itt" and "Oot" Office.—It is often
observed that the Princes of Wales are
sure to be Whigs snd to turn Tories when
they succeed to the crown, and the example of George IV. is always adduced
as a case in point. But in the days of
Walpole and Pelham, though Whigs and
Tories held, on the whole, tbe samo principles as they do now, their relative
positions were totally different. If any
class could be tailed disaffected ond
revolutionary, it. was that of the Tory
squires and Tory members of Parliament.
If tiny party formed the bulwark of the
throne, the reigning dynasty and the
cabinet.it was that of ihe Whigs, who
Toted on the hustings that they never had
been, and never wonld be,"patriots.' Each
suffered a strange metamorphosis : the
Tory ranged himself in the Opposition
ranks, full of factious spleen, with tha
langoage of a demagogue on his lips; while
the Whigs from the Treasury benches;
lectured on the royal prerogatives, and
the dnty of submission to the powers that
be, in terms that might bave suited a
sopporter of Strafford or a non-juring
divine.—"English Premiers, in The
Month.
A hungry man is unmanageable. To
be docile, he must, liko a horse, havo first
had a bit in his mouth.
New  Advertisements.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
1.1B0M Tins DAT! THE DXD1A8IGNBD
h.Iu'ImI to reduce his price ONK-
IIAI.I' ; ami hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND L1QD0RS,
ALE,   BEEU,  &c, &c,
Will be served at tbe
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call anil sample, and
satisfy themselves that tbe very best is to bo
had nt the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
nu 2*.
NOTICE.
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
thj BAJsncEtrrPTCZ",
Friday the 24th day of August, A.D. 1806.
W'HKREAS A PETITION FOB ADJUDI-
cntion of Bankruptcy, bearing date the
34th dny of August instant, bas been duly
filed by Charles llnpond, of Cadboro Hay
llmid, Victoria District, farmer, aud ho baving
been declared a Bankrupt, ia hereby required
to surrender himself to His Honor Joseph
Neeham, Chief Justice of tho Supreme
Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, Ofl Wednesday, the 5th day of
September next, ntll o'clock in the forenoon.
precisely, at the Court House, James Hay,
Victoria, and make a fnll discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects, when and
whero the creditors are, to come prepared to
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
choosq Assignees and commence the cxntni-
natlon of tho llankrupt, and at thc last sitting
tlic Bankrupt ts to finish hi.* last examination
All persons Indebted to the said Bankrupt
or who have any of his effects, are not to pay
or deliver tbo same hut to David Lindsay, of
(iovernment slrcet, the Official Assignee appointed, aud give notice to
BOBBBT BISHOP, Solicitor,
nu2C Hastion (Street, Victoria.
Relief  for  the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tho Suffering Humanity of this Age
has relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy than any other one thing thut can
bo named.
.Miscellaneous.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our lirst Physicians use it,  and recommend
its use ;   the   Apothecary finds  it   first
among the medicinal called for, nnd
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  a leading article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike in its favor; and its
reputation ns a medicine of great
merit nnd virtue is fully and permanently established, nnd it is the great
Family Medicine   of tho Age.
Every Volunteer should havo a bottle, in case
of suddcu attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c,
Weak Stomach,
(Jcneral Debility,
Nursing Soro Mouth, Canker,
Liver Compluint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crnmp and pain in tho Stomach,
Dowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhoea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cores
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises aod Sprains,
Swelling of tho Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Fee* and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Par in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
IP-A-IIST   KILLER
Taken internally, should be adulterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will lie more effective than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate aud cure positive.
J®* It should not be forgotten that
tho Pain Killer is equally as good to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  tbe   Anglo*
American.
iiii-Ti
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from \ to j
AND
A. NCHOES,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale bv
PKTER M'QUADB,
au 2.1 Wharf street, Victoria.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—and—
TIIR  LIGHT   OF   THS   WOULD
Prices 25 cents, oO cents k $1 per bottle.
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tlieite Lire-giving r"inedie* nr* now, for th« flr t
time, (fvt'-i imhl'cly to tli" wt 4. K"r uv«r ftqtutttt
f 11 mnlury ofprii at.'practice tlifffngre'lieHta iu tlit-ie
Life-Giving Pills
Huva born niied W(th the grettent ifleetu, TliMr
mlMlffl  ii n t on-y (o |ir«V«ttl tfleMt.failt to cnfl
Tliey KQirch n*j- ill- variosi tnul ulii-i liy which tlio
puiiont in •uffurinft, and r"-invigorate* tie nihil,'
tytttm* T ■ th** a*u<l and infirm i leW tlogus of thc no
valuable LML 1.8 will prove tu be
A Yl'RY FOUNTAIN OF YODTH,
For In tTerv ca*e fiey a*M new life »n<1 vlta'ity, and
-entire the WtntnffAriorgU* to iheir irUlliie mute. Ti
the .tonwriuil ml idle »ged tfn-y will pMM most In
valU'tle, a* a r«i y, ipecittc arid tterin^ medicine,
'■•re (a a dream realized, that l*"nco-di!-l,i'im Bought,
for three hundred yearn ago, and never fund. Mo
look< ci fora f initain that would realoro the old to
\ igor aud make youth ever
Au Eternal Spring*!
It wfl« left for fhlt >Uy nnd hour to realize the dream,
and >-Iimv in oneglorioui fact the magic that made
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannet Bttvtli** flitrht of yearn, but they can force back,
an' hold noof, dlfMMI ihat ini'titlri mpli over the
ag il aud the fOttOg, I*ci ti'-nc liu*lUtti then, but
•cite tho favorable opportunity tbat offer*. Wheu taken
aa preacrlbed—
For BUlious Disorders
Nothiiitr can to tnoro p-'odircliee of cure thnn those
l'illn — Their almost m<gk influence in felt at 0»m ;
mill Ui" iiMial cum; luitanti of thin unit distressing
dln-ase are removed.  These remtdies are made from
the  |",l i:*L
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thrj will not lurm tin mint dollcato female, mill
ra« I., nt -ii with good effect Id proscribed d.su. to
tlio youngost babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
An4.IWru.ll of  Iho «kll), Ihe  RALVK lis  most Invaluable.   It do* a <t heal externally alone, but j. ti.
tMiea with the won .-arching etli-cii to the very root
ofiha.vll. '
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases ;
Asthma,
Bowel Complaints,
Coughs,
Cbldi,
Chest Di-ensea,
ColtiveneSH,
Djspepsla,1
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Deiiility,
,  „ lever and Kzi **.
Female Com plain tf,
Headache,
Indiff-stlon,
tnflnensa.
In flam motion,
Inward WrnknPM,
Li-er Complaint,
Lowi.et* of Spirit!,
King worm,
itheumatlam,
Salt ithenm,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases.
jtf^ NOTICE.—\oneffenrlne without tlie emrrared
trade-mark uro-ind «<tch pot or box( signud by DR. J.
MAdGIr.I,, 43 Fulion streetj New \ork, to counterfeit
which is felony.
iff Sold by nil respectnble Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United Biates and Canada—at 25 cents
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island ond British
Columbia.
jy a
Miscellaneous.
CHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D.,
SURGICAL k MECHANICAL
id e:it tis t
Fort R'.reet, onn door oust of Government,
Victoria, V.I.
Ilr. II. licreliy temlirs lii« (frnti'ful ncknow-
livlgincntii to the c-iti/•■ ns of Victoria fur iln-ir
liberal imtroniige tlim fur, mnl bOpM b» (,'<-""-
tliiiiiii'l)'  conduct   and  strict Bppllefttioa   in
liuiiiu'iu to merit a further cuiitinuiincu ol
fiivnri.
Winn desired will visit ptrtics professional!)'at their residences. All lirnnches of the
profession attended to. Terms reasonable.—
Ollko hours from 8 a.m. to bf) p.m.
nu'2'2 lm*
NOTICE
—of—
CO-PARTNERS!.'!?,
BIJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD    ALE!
au 17-lm
Mi-ci'llaneous.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY & CO.
W'R TAKE TUB PBKSBOT OPPOKTD.V.
Hv lo llinuk onr inimcrwi. customers for
the lib'Til |.rtlio,ui'_'c he-Unwed upon m, and
to i ii to; tn iheni mnl the pulilii- io general that
»c arc now currying on, in eoanectlon with
onr I.KVI'IIKIi .-T'lKK, the manufiicinrt ot"
HARKBfg i.l Ml.leicriplioiu, also TRUNKS
and V'AMSKS. Wp hnve eonatantljr on hand
a lurjre assortment of ISLAND TANNB'» KIP,
CAM', IIMINKSH, siil.K, WELT, STRING
and (JIUIN I.I-:.\I'1IKK; also a geMral assortment of SHOKMAKKR'S FINDINGS.
Partiev requiring anything in oat Iii*
should give us a irinl, as we will supply them
cheiiper than uny house north of riiin Francisco.
BELTING   MADE  TO   ORDER.
Terms   C?a.sli.
Wm.  Dalby  &,  Co.,
Yates street, Victoria, V. I.
August 2 th, ISM.
no 20
IHH  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Scaler in
FMILICHARTRES COFFEE.
Aud Spice* of all kinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Rctweon J»ck.,on and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor having introduced Steam
Power In his Manufactory, ha mow increased
fitcllltlel to supply the trnde and the public in
general. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed lo be puicand unadulterated.
Tho public are respectlully invited to call and
convince themselves Country otdeispioinptly
attended to. se 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
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— AND—
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ftflke Wlmi'ver •^is|l^»n^eH with r*ndin.' piiMicnLi<>ii« of
tbl»riii«i, w h.t tit ver nuv t>o hi« atnttttl iufnrmatfiin,
wMI iixiii be nltoiryllnir livbiml tlio time In \\U\t-h he
lives—iHd in ibttiu timet a ptrmni; looo got veiy
fur bthJadi Thi'.v iit<ty bt '«•«'! "'id ttudifd witb ;i i-
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und pArly,
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. t uu 1, of tin- CouffilermtL* iiniiy.
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view 10 "
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LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers. 38  Walker Street. K.  lr>
I.. P. & Ci)., nUn publish the
FA.IUvTE'K.'S C3-XJIIDE
By Hhht Ptkpiibss. nt Eilinlinrch. nnd Hie l».e J. P.
Ndiito.v, if Y.l, . ,.|lPt.e, 2 mli. llojai OolaTO, 1600
panes, and numerous Enurnvln-rs*
Price $7 for tbe two rolttmoa—by Hail, post paid.
$8 00. ,„ «a
Tlic ltloo.1.
Those fjimons |nlls nre so composul thn
they opernto wholesomely on tha slomnch, Iho
liver, Ihe bowels, und other orpnns; by correcting nny ili'iiuiircniepls in their tunctioni
wliiTrbv I ttaaSf supply of pure imitrriuls tor
tlm rcnevrnl of the Illood is furnished, and a-
constnnt nbslriicliou of effete products is effected. This perfect circuintion thus becomefl
the very fouulnln of heftllh nnil Ijfe, nnd overcomes nil form of disease wherever ils sin**-
tlon.
;.< nn :il DInoi slcm of tlie I.lrer
and Stomach.
All who ever induce n' :»ble, either in eaiU
ngor ilrinkinir, should ukenhout ten of t!:es-
fiunoiis jiilln nt bed titut-, from which williree
Mill n ckiir head And pood stomach the ft 1) >«•-
ing innriiliig. Tlioissuuds of Lndies are al-
majl complaining of sick headnchea, wnnt o
uppeliit', wuntof eneryv, nnd wnnt of slraogtll,
lo coirect nil these evils, Ihree or four ol these
Pilli .-lioulil be taken Uvice a week, when tliey
would give the invalid .he health anil appetila
of a ploughmau.
rcmnlcN of all Af.vs and Ciaiwcs
Obstructions ol any kind, either in yoiing
or those between forty and fifty—tha most erit-
icul peiiod of life—mny he radically remo'. let
by using these Pills according to tlie printed
directions which ncconipnny ench box. Youiift
persons wilh sickly nnd sallow completion!
Hiuy have thc bloom of hcnlih restored by thb
Corrective, which pnrifies the blood nnd expels all gross and impure humors from ihesys-
tem. llewnro then of the critical age Iron
forty to filly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—Ihese I'ills should be takei
it that period of lile two or three times n
wiek
Want  of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or (hose troubled in mind, working In Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat amount of fresfc
air and exercise which nature requires, eiiller
from weakness and delility, townees of spiri.i
nnd want of appetite. All such should take s
lose or two of these Pills every three or foul
dayb, ii I they net gently and effectually on Ih*
system am. impart vigor nnd energy to the
body, which u tlwnys followed by a good
nppetite, sound nul refreshing sleep, nnd a
high How of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
Tlie cllicncy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid?
causing ilii.i dire!ul complaint, are peiceptibl
carried off and prevented from any (iirilui
ncciiinii'alion. Tbe sufferer regains a buoy-
nncy of spirits nnd rejuicca in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indrtpeusably
nece.-mry Ihnt tile ointment should he moat
effectually rubbed into the complaining part*
durii.g the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmc-nfr.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than iu Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
lisenses attack the little sufferers, ard death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the lirst stage ot these complaints, parents
were to have recourso to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels woul'l oe gently but effectually
Cleansed bv this mild aperient; the depraved
numors eorrectea ana ilie secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would roon be effected, and the "ttle patient restored to soun'
health.
Holloway' Pi. t tre the best known remedy in th
world tyi ths following diseases:
Poldatthe rnUbilslnnent of Profeiwor Holloway, 241
strand, (near Temple Bar,) 1. ndoa ; aln"-by all rejpeel
alilc Ilr u-irista anil Dealern In He icineflthronrhout the
clvlliKOil world, at the lollowing prlcea—la. 1#., 5. 04,
4s. Gil., lis., 22a., and S3., each box.
Asne Female Irregular-RcroWaorKiay «
Asthma lile* Evil
BilliouBComplalnt. Fevur of all kind. *ore Throat*
Pita Slime nnd Grave
lllotchos    ou   the (lout Secondary 8ymp-
Hkfn Head Acbo turns
Bowel complaints   Indiffeitioi Tic-Doloraux
Colics InDnmmatlon Tumors
Constipation of tbe Jaundice Dicers
li.'ivls Liver Complaints     Venereal     afleo.
Ooin.umi.tlon I.nnibago tiona
Debility Piles H'crma    ef   a
llropsy' Rheumatism klnda
Dyacntry Retention af Urine Weakness     from
Erjaipelas whatever cause-
*.* There is a considerable laving by taking the
trgeraisos.
Directions for the guidance of patients in every dtnor
der are alllxed to each box.
  '   -    .    M.'  ■
Printkp anil Published by McCiuri k 0o.,»
the office, Langley Street.

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