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Array Provincial Si-orr-ln
mmsH COLUMBIAN
—II WIUIHIB—■
§W»W Wednesday & Saturday,
—»*—
ROBSON BROTHERS.
BfFIK, COLUMBIA STSEET. Emt-awe to Est-
TWtULJWDlUtiHESi DsrAimaEMTTmiouaH T. R.
fium S era. Sam A Statiomi* Suit.
 ..r.vMnll. f3.ye.rt $1 61) fore men. t
II for Snioi.i pnyutite tn Adv.nee. - llellTereil
tiyCB-lerer Agent, $1 per quarter, payabt,:
qeantrlr t.Oiir
qew
m
, Oiirrter if Agent.
AfilNTS:
T. I". HiftBEN & Co. Victoria.
Wm. Hub'jok Yaie.
!., **. FISHES)   Ailvertl.ini; .(.gent, t\ M.rchM'H
w.iellire, Sun fr teen, Is uiitltorl.ed tu receive
\n>er>-.eniente tir till. |i«|ier.
llu firiiish toltimbiait.
Wednenilny Morning, Hay lo, IS-M
Columbian.
VOLUME 21
=*
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1882.
NUMBER 37
in fitviit* of the tt'ttuty-ittuhiiio; poyi-r.
us dell as the ntbrjr. *" But, at the
siittte time, we are free tfi cotjfess
thut If tlmt power eoi/fa only be
acquired at the sucrifirai'of out- connection with Great Britain, we
should prefer the bow! fl> tho power.
II Is no? "Inirercndenef*"
In tlie Dominion House of Cotn-
tnota, oil tbe .25th  ult. Mr. B'ake
mov.tl a resolution netting fort'i tbat
Carrfada ahould re-rotiate her own
commercial treaties.    In the debate
which .row thereon, Sir John Mao-
ftoos'd opposed the motio-.), contending that tbe principle waa inconsistent with existing relations.     Mr,
DeCosmos and a Frenchman weiit
beyond tbe resolution, and declared
in fa.tfrof Canadian Independence.
The reao'ution was defeated by a
vote .of 121 to 58.   Tbe Nanaimo
Free  Piest published  the Ottawa
dispatch ssttirg forth these fee's,
and '.hen it turned round and gave
[ its leaders u leading article upon
| what it refers to a. "the Independence resolutions of the Hon. Mr.
| Blake."   In the raurce of the article
| it erdoi-sss the loyal u.t.rtriws of
1 Sir John, ezprecces   doubt  about
Mr.   DeCosmos having done what
I the dis;\uch ate.United l> him, and
leorc'ur'es by  throwit-g up  its bat
land ahjii.ir*: "Long  may tje flag
ftbat  lit-.,  'braved for a thousand
•.years the battle at.d the b .hot' float
[proudly   on   evety flag pole from
I Vancouver's   Isle  on the  west to
I NewJoit' d'ar.d on tbe easj."   Now,
Iwe will yield tp ro man in the Do
jrainior.—,-ot even the editor of thu
[/We Press—iu a desire to see the
Iconteclion between Cai ada iind the
I parent empire |ier)tei,itated.      We
Rwill go a step farther and say that
I-we desire to see thein drawn still
Iploser, the bond made sU-or^er, more
Lt-eal aid substantia), without bab-?
Bless sent'inentul.   When we declare,
I whicli we now most solemnly do,
(that the British Columbian would
BtrtMV'ly  oppose  a:"l  deprneu*e the
Severance of tbat tin whieh  binds
psl-ada Ui dear old fitlherhliid—well,
l,Her M:ije:;ty will sleep more soundly
lit' u-'ithia.    But while, aa it would
lipti'.ie, very much at one with our
tint ti-tupiifarv on that question, we
Knust U-\io. ,-xcepiion to what is tnis-
|k.ii'lii'i 'Itr thW .artiol" referred to.
hVlty cnril  that "ihe I d«|ieiiilei en
.'•-so'tuioiia"   which   was anim-tliiM?
IltojHther ililTereiit?'   Why repre-
Hbttt   fi.'iv eight   members   of    the
)'»;ni ion  House of  Cotntttn's nn
Llcoiutiiig Itiitepai il:»i'."». when there
e   only   two?    (T|ritt  u   public
is'on, ditrint.' hi*,  n-ivnt visit to
01.1   Coin try. (hi-  Mnrquis of
\\h   stated   his   coitviclilon   that
'■c .wf-te'iicii.   nfic'than teiMiieii
If? flatiuiia  tyhp di'-sii't-il separation,
mid appeal- to he the ill-luck of
Jitijli Ooluulhiu to be represented
| Ottawa liy one of the ten !     But
unlit condemn  the can-leaaneaa
> a public writer who would create
,]« impression that there were fifty
ahty in tha House of Commons iu
Ivor of Independence.   Adverting
Mr, DeCosmos, we do not share
lie difficulty of our contemporary
| believing that eccentric individual
(liable of doing that which the
tlegraph baa attributed to him,   It
Inild ba juat like him—in fact it
r no more than be has said before,
ft we must utterly demur to tba
f'-position that the power to make
nmercial treaties would necessarily
ivolve  separation.      Canada  has
[ig enjoyed the right and power to
Ante her own commercial policy;
$ haa she hesitated to exercise that
•rer to tha full bant of bar in-
ation, framing a customs tariff
ttjiob in England haa been vary
(■rally regarded aa hostile to the
imeroial and manufacturing inst* of the parent empire,   As
aaid in a former article, it is
cult to saa why the power to
jtiate commercial treaties should
> incompatible with the contitm-
I of political union any more
I   the right already possessed.
b are, iii their nature and effect,
nl much the same, There can be
Wio doubt that oogotit reasons of
Irienoe and policy can be urged
$ctmtifk |Hi4cllani*.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN, Popular Market
GENERAL MEECMDISE
ORANVILLE, B, I.,
The venerablt* French chemist nnd
instructor, M Clievreul, has justeele-
butted his ninety-sixth birhday.
A species uf temporary color-Mind-
neis has liaen observed si the result
of long exposure to dazzling light.
, A, new geyser hns been discovered
Hett St. Ktinne, France. A vein of
hot water was tapped At a depth of
5,000 feet, nnd the result is an intermittent fountain throwin*.' a stream to
a height of nearly ICO feet above the
surface of the earth.
Dr. Schrveinfurth has succeeded in
fi-es' ening and preserving many of the
leaves and flowers from garlands found
on the breasts of mummies discovered
last year at Deir el Kalian. A small
herbarium is thus formed from plants
which g.'ew some thirty-five centuries
ago. A number of the species have
been identified with those now fuuud
in the east.
For the photography of birds iu their
different positions in flying, M. Marey
employs an instrument, like a rifle in
shape, giving twelve S(icceB.Mve images
per second, each image being taken in
the 1 700 part of n second, in bright
sunlight the time of oxpomiru is reduced to the 1-1,500 ot a aecond.
These views furnish an analysis of the
motion of birds iu flight which could
hot be obtained beftiru the perfection
of the processes of inat uituuuoi,.** photography.
A new method of preserving meat
is to cause the heart of thu animal to
pump boracLc acid into the tissues.
For example, a sheep is stunned by a
blow, and blood being withdrawn front
the left juglar vein, a btrong Hohttion
of buracic acid, kept at blond heat, is
injected. The heart of the still living
animal tjuickly pumps the antiseptic
fluid into all parts of the.body, and
the sheep is then killed by the butcher
in the usual way. The cost in slight,
and tho meat thus treated will keep
several weeks in the heat of summer.
It is very generally known that the
existence of a planet between Mercury
and the sun has long, been suspected
by astronomers, but if such hu ohjecf
exisis it is ordinarily rendered invisible to telescopes by the dill'iisio-i of (he
solar rays. During a total uclipsu thu
glare of the sun is removed, and it is
hoped that the hypothetical ' plunt-t
maybe discovered on such ait occasion.
With that purpnsu in view, many observers will eagerly HC'tii the heavens
about the sun during the eclips**> of
May 17; h, which .will bo ohiefly visible
in Africa,
The celebrated ''Kent's Holo's of
the gonlogists in located near Torquay,
in fit* voitail ire, iOntrhuul. This remarkable cavern, flrst scientiflually
explored in 1824 by a Catholic clergyman, has'given up remains of the
mammoth, rhinoceros, hyena, ell:, and
ttther animals now extinct iu England,
together With many -flints and other
relics of ancient man. The earth iu
the cave has now been explored to a
great depth, and the. finding of a human jaw fat* below the surf.ct* has
Added a link to the chain nf evidence
eatnblishiiig nun's great* an tiq-iily.
It uppiutrs to bu quite well ubI ablisiied
that uiiis aud a few other insects have
the highly organized f.tciilty of communicating thoir ideas to one another.
The reseiirejieji f,f m-xli-m nbsurvera,
ritiuh as Lubhook and Mt*Cim|(, have
continued thu belief in such a power.
Dr. Franklin shared the belief, and
tested thu matter in an interesting experiment. He placed a small jar, containing a little treacle, in a closet,
where a number of ants soon collected
to pray upon the vessel's contents.
When all waa eiuen the doctor cleared
the jar of the ants, a id putting some
fresh treacle in it, suspended it by a
string from a nail in the ceiling. A
single ant remained in the jar, which
ate until satisfled, and then sought to
find ita way out. It was for some time
perplexed, but Anally climbed the
string to the ceiling, aud escaped down
the wall. It bad been gona but a short
time when a large swarm of ants
flocked into tho closet, climbed up tha
wall to tho ceiling, and then descended
by the string into the jar, where they
remained until the treacle was devoured, and then departed by the
string. It is hardly possible that this
should have taken pace had nut the
first ant made some communication to
the others.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer,
Maps And Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound, t
Government Street, Victoria, B. C.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPEJfCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
C0LVJIBIA STREET WEST.
W. J. FRElNOH,
PROPRIETOR.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, tho largest and choicest assortment of
MEATS ANDJTEQf TABLES.
LAMB, VEAL, TtltaBtYS, io., in
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for the aocotnmodntion of the
Pnhlic, ami the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage. .
The very best of Wines, Liquors and
Ckiaks will always he kept.
O.   MORTON
July 1, 1881. atlO
Contractor and Builder.
PIAXS and SPECIFICATIONS I'ABE-
11111,1' MAIIK OUT.
ALSO ACKNT   mil TIIE
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the BEST and CHEAPEST
Rooting now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
AST Shop corner of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster.    ap!2
Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats
supplied at the lowest nrimta and -with
the utmost care.
New Westminster, B. C. delO
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Hearty Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
mHE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
_L   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steam boats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
ROYAL  CITY
mum
IIiIKITBDI
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF—
Eougli & Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Planing. Scroll-Sawing, Turn-
In-', Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH OASES  A  SPECIALTY.
"Their name is legion" — the people
who praise that matchless medicine,
Burdock Blood Bitters. It acts at
once upon the Secretions, the Ilowels,
the Liver, the' Skin, and the Kidneys.
It purifies the Blood, dtspoU all .foul humors, aud strengthens the nervous and
debilitated system. No known remedy
can do mora. Try it and he convinced.
With the approach of Spring, Biliary
Complaints prevail that often lead to
serious results. Guard against their
attack in time by using Burdock Blood
Bitters, the best Liver Tnvigorator, Kidney Corrector, Regulator of the Bowels
and Secretions, and tho pure-it, most permanent Tonic in the world. For Bale by
all dealers.
Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam is a purely
vegetable healing balsam. It cures by
loosening the phlegm and corrupt matter
from the Lungs and expelling it from tlie
system. Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, and nil-pectoral disease*
yield to it promptly. It costs 33 gents
per bottle.     8     7M9H; ■ .--soi-v
J
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
{Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
irURANOE COMPANY
Capital, - £2fooo,ooo sterling:
Risks accepted at Current Kates of
Piumlum by
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for Now Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLINaOFFI
—AT--
GREAT BARGAINS!
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture,   Plctnrw.    Moulding,
Hall Taper, and Undertaker;--,'
floods.
In the Store lately occupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for Goods which are not on
hand will bo filled from Victoria on short
notice.
For further particular*!, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, New Westminster, or to
J\   SEHIi,
Victoria, B. C.
S. H. WEBB,~
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., Hew Westminster, b. C.
MOV   FILIM,    KEY   FITTINU.    LO«K.
H1I.TII, <IT.mtV GKOrSD,
st iksoks Mii.tni'F.\t:»,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale,
I uibn ilitrt Mr nttal, ami General Bf pair*
Injr nrall) done.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of He-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Riplks, Shot
floirt, Rbvolvbbh, and FutiiiNa Tackle
for sale. d24y
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMBNTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books to Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortment; from $25 to 960,
—AT—
ft W.WLM. & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
liOVEKNMEST STKEET,  VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PlANOFOUTE ftORflAX Tl/NER tt RbPAIRKR
HUE OLlilESIMLE STIUIOS
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGO"N STATE
and District Fairs, Dam und Sire
imported from Scotland; color, bright
dappled bay; height,. 17 hand**; weight,
1800 lbs. Will make the season at owner's farm near Victoria,
TBBMSi
Sbasos—$30, due when Mare sent.
Insurance—$40, due when Maro in
foal.
Mares served at risk of owners.
Mares from Mainland met at Steam*
er at Victoria and returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
"YOUNG HAMBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Maro, to a few Mares
at $25 the season.
.1. D. PEMBERTON,
ap!2 Victoria, Box 243,
THE BEACON LIGHT is
aa Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives n (Brilliant) Light equal to Ten Candle
Light*.!
Its odor is not offensive.   The Beacon
Light, Oil is
FREE FROM 8MOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, tho "Beacon Light
Oil is
IBU. EXrEHIVE THAU OTOEB OIL".
The Consumer burning ono light -for
Pour Hours—will not consume over On.
Oill, or ono thirty-second part of a Gal-
lo»V'w)iich does not tax tho Consumer
more than Two Cents for a whole night.
OPPHVHKIMKIi BROS.,
IU Sola Agent., Victoria, B.C. ,
"PRINCE   IMPERIAL"
WILL STAND FOR THK SEA-
son of 1882, commencing about
15th inst. Season from arrival to continue till 1st duly, travellm« from Ladner's Landing to Chilliwhack,
"PRINCK IMPERIAL" ia a dappled
Grey, ft years old, stands 16 hands high,
weight about I4ft0 lbs., short-legged,
closely built (sired bv Myers' ?;White
Prima*"), with splendid action; good feet,
and docile temper; good worker, and
sure foal-getter. Testimonials will accompany him,
Tonus for Season $10
Insurance  15
Cash payable at end of season. Cash
for insurance when mare is known to be
in fool, or has boon parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, but all
care taken.
For further particulars apply to
R, A. PURVER.
Ladner's Landing, April -1, 1882.      »p5
ITIiiMy wconimeiitled
for      UlItOMMBS.
,,, tlrad-Achv, Con-
- H<l|wMou,lndlffrs->
•' /tiir.w, Mrarlburo,
.. •Tr..li. loss of An-
"      " "tht
, -Jaundice, loss of
'v-nrbi liver Ct"
■ .ingnwnth*8|lL_
Ta, Thoy are safe,
.i'i.cii.>*i. Framltoi
. rr.n Mi,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
RIC'-tARD STREET
TIIE (I'LIVM DFPARTMEXT
IS UNDER  THE  CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be fouud first-cIasB, and
at reasonable rates.
The Pnrlors and Sleeping Apartment)) are tinder the superintendence
of Mks. Howison.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading: Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
gov cSatlc n %o pent.
HAY FOR SALE.
THE HtiSON   BAY  COMPANX
has for Sale, at Langley, 60 tons of
well-saved Tiihothy Hay,
Apply td     HENRV WARK,
ap5 Langley:
FOR RENT:
THE EAGLE HOTEL, FRONT-ST.,'
New Westminster;   opposite   th,
Wharf; with a License.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
rah22 Land Agent.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILK
of excellent bricks for sale cheap,
Delivery anywhere.
T/McKAT.
Now Westminster,
Jane 24, 1881,
]a»
FOR SALE ORLEASiT
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
ik Whole or past,
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED'
acres Dyked Land, of which 250 acre.
could easily be put. under crop for next
season*
WITH WHARF 80 FKKT FliOXT, tnd
AIPLK BAKU AND 0THKK
BUILDING    AlCOMHODATIUX.
Apply to
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Masaoeb.
J. K. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
I QWABE
STOVES,
BANOES,  &0., toO..
House Furnishing Gods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full Assortment constantly ou hand, at
tlie LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLBROOK'S 8TONE BUIUMNC*
Hew .WfslMlastcr.
GO TO THE
SAN FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'8 WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
description made to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A— •
IkUUTB   BOOT.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Ofpositb tub Ba.vk.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'If.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Mnmifacturing and Funning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
soIb on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 1088 OR DAMAGE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1.(500.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and ev«ry informa-
' tion can be obtained on application to
W. i. AKJISTBOSB,
i Agent for NW Westminster.
FARM for SALE
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOE
X ule, on tlie most liberal terms, a
Farm of 146 acres situated on Boundary
Bay, about 8 miles from New Westminster, and intersected by the trunk wagon
road.
The principal part of the Farm Is rich"
bottom land; twenty-five acres have been
eleared and partly fenced. There are'
two springs of excellent water on the'
property. It is well adapted for dairy
purposes.
For particulars, apply by letter, or'
personally to
JOHN R. ROBINSON,
Kew Westminster*
January 3rd, 1882. | jnyito ■
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liqcoks, Ciuaks, kc
j. w. HOWISON.
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and Cotnraadloas.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SlIlTfl   Or    BOOM**    POK    FA-niLIFJt.
<3T Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scalo of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises,
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Pbofkietor.
oWrestaurant
COU'IBIA 8TREKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ESTABLISHED 1180.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located cstaulishmunt,
having been purchased by the under*
signed, will be conducted a. a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mrs. lU-.iiETT.
VKRSCii
Board A Lodging per Week Sfl 00
Board alone por Week  5 00
Single Meals      M
kvtr Tho Mail Stages leave this Houso
for Burrard Inlot twice a day,
S. W.  DAGGETT.
May 0, 1881.
CITY  HOTEL
NEW WESTMINSTER
(Next Door to  Public   Library),
COLUMBIA STKEBT.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to announce to tho Public that she
has leased tho abovo Hotel, aud is prepared to furnish to the travelling Publlo
FIRST • CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—-AT—
REASONABLE   RATES.
FrlTOtc niiiliiK Rooms for Ladles
ind Families.
MRS. BON80N,
so28 Mas.kjf.ii.
"subscribe"
pOR THE Brttluli Columbian, the
I* Nowsiwijer ou the Mainland ol British Columbia.   Only SB a y«a».
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOB
Church or Parlor,
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Un Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets ot
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
mana, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for $150
cash, as it is intended to procure a more1
powerful one. This is a decided bargain-
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fcitc New Westminster*
FOR  SALE:
THE   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
party.
City of New Westminster:
LOT  4,   BLOCK ID,
'•    10,       " 32,
"    it,       " 32,      .
"      7,.      II        ».
"    IS,       " 24.
District ot New Westminster.'
Lot 319, Group I., Nortii shore Port
Moody,
Lot 102, Group I.,   South side Port
Moody,
Lot 110, Group I., noar Hastings, Burrard Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I„ False Crock,
Lot 119, Group IL, South bank Frasor
River,
Lot.   147,  148,  I.W, Group IL, South
hank, Fraser River,
Lot 06a, Group IL, South bank Frasor
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhl8 Land Agent.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
ACBES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
liberal Terms or Payment given to
Bona tide Settlers.
These Lands are of excellent quality,
idalarge
the plough.
and a large portion of them is ready for*
in-
Or
WOODS & TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victoria,
C. B. SWORD,
Kivorsido.
WANTED:
AN APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL-
oriag Business.
Apply to W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
Colombia St., Opposite Lytft* Squaw,
mhSfltc NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Excursion 3- Orr
Reward.: , Wm. Rao
Municipal Notice A. Peola
Garryple Estate: W. N. Bole
the $ntis\x (ffolttmbian.
Wednesday Mornlaa, Ma,' 10, Mat.
Dock Building.
It ia by comparison that the mind
is often- assisted in reaching intelligent and correct conclusions. The
Government of British Columbia
have been engaged in building a
dock at Esqnimalt for about ten
yearn off and on, and although little
mora than fairly begun, the work
has, one way and another, cost the
country in tho neighborhood of half
a million, According to the last
estimate of the Government Engineer, it ahould be completed at
aorne indefinite period in the future,
tt a total cost of eight hundred
thousand dollars, in round numbers.
If a reasonable margin he left for
damages, &c, to whicli the unpardonable mismanagement of the Government haa rendered the country
liable, it will be much safer to plaee
the final cost of the dock at a
million. Should it fall to the lot of
the present Government to complete
it, prudent men competent to form
an opinion would be disposed to put
the possible ultimate cost aa high aa
twelve hundred thousand dollars I
For present purposes weshallassume,
however, that the dock will be completed at a total colt of one million.
When 1 Turning from this discouraging picture of home dock building,
some eight months ago Mr. Villard
visited Portland, Oregon, in connection with his great railway and
maritime schemes, and before leaving it occurred to him that a dry
dock would be desirable at that
junction of sea and land transport.
The'Portland Dry Dodk is now well
under way, and it is confidently
expected that it will be ready to
receive ships in ten months from
the present time. Its dimensions
are as follows: Extreme length, 410
feet; breadth, 115 feet; depth, SO
feet; draught over sill,highest water,
46 feet, lowest water, 18 feet. It
need hardly be remarked that the
capacity will be ample for the largest
ahipping. It is to cost, complete,
$125,000. Eighteen months in time
and $125,020 in money produces a
complete dock of the above amplitude at Portland, while to build one
of similar dimensions at Esqnimalt
bids fair to cost twelve years in
time and one million in money—
just eiijht times as long and eight
times as much! And yet these
great dock-builders of ours are the
very men respecting whom the or
gans said imploringly, "Leave, Ol
leave them in otlice till thoy finish
the dock. Their dock-building ex
perience is invaluable, and should
not be lost to the country." If the
cost of the experience be the gauge
of its value, there can be no doubt
that it represents a princely sum;
but one would be apt to imagine
that the dear-bought experience in
dock-building constitutes precisely
the ground upon which these blundering schemers should be summarily cast out The constituencies
have been starred; public works
have been neglected; the federal
subsidies have been mortgaged; constitutional safeguards and principles
have been trampled under foot; tho
ordinary revenues of the country
have been illegally alienated; parliament has been deceived, and the
people have been led, or at any rate
asked, to believe a lie—and all this
in order that these men may develop
their marvellous capacity for dock
building! Would that their blundering were confined to the dock.
Tlie same incapacity, the same crook
edness, characterises everything that
they have done; but it is more
effectually dragged into the light.
And these are the men who ask the
people to -grant them yet another
four years' lease of power! What
fort To complete the work of spoliation and ruin they have been so
signally successful in inaugurating!
To continue the insane policy of
spiting the Judiciary and fighing a
Federal Administration which is
miking every reasonable effort to do
justice to our long-neglected Pro-
■vincet. :
Editor) il Notes.
For some time we have been endeavoring to impress the stock farmer! of British Columbia with the
importance of improving the breeds
of cattle and horses.   It is, there
fore, with no ordinary pleasure that
we note a very decided movement
in that direction. Already this
season thero have been several very
important additions to the breeding
stock of the interior, notably, two
very fine Stallions imported by Mr.
Barnard ; two equally likely ones by
Mr. Vernon, nnd two very lino stal
lions and seven thoroughbred bulls
by Mr. Harper. The last named
gentleman has also imported, at
great expense, a large Spanish jackass and a Maltese janet. These instances are, we trust, examples to be
followed by many of our large and
wealthy stock-raisers beyond tho
Cascades : for if this Province is to
hold its own against the great stock
farmers on tho eastern slope of the
Rocky Mountains, it must be by
improving the breeds.
The news from home is heartrending. It is horrifying! Last
week Lord .Frederick Cavendish
was appointed Chief Secretary for
Ireland. ButrbeJore the ink on hia
commission was dry he waa assassinated I This thing is as inexplicable
as it is horrible. At the moment the Government was straining itself to concede all that
the will and judgement of the nation would stand, the very hand that
one might have expected to have
been stretched out in thankful recognition, plunges the dagger to the
heart of the benefactor! The
act is so utterly heartless, so
un-Irish that one experiences somo
difficulty in realising that it is true
—in attributing it to any party.
When Guiteau struck down Garfield, tho President wob the unyielding opponent of his wishes. But
the very object of this man's appointment was that he might give
Ireland more than his predecessor
was willing to yield. Yet he is met
with the assassin's knife, instead of
the friendly grip of the hand. It
seems impossible to doubt that, if
endorsed by the Irish party, this act
will alienate the best sympathies
hitherto extended to that party.
The immediate result wo will not
attempt to forecast; but it is not
very easy to see just now how good
is to be evolved from this terrible
evil.
UEWWESTraSTER,B,l
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
given to the Electors of the Municipality of tbe City of New Westminster that I require the presence of
the said Electors at the Court
House on Friday the uth Inst.,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of
electing two persons to represent
them in the Municipal Council as
Councillors, one for St. George's
Ward and one for St. Andrew's Ward.
The mode of nomination of Candidates shall be as follows:—The Candidates shall be nominated In writing,
Ihe writing shall be subscribed by two
Voters of the Municipality as proposer
and seconder, and shall be delivered
to the Returning Officer at any time
between the date of the notice and 2
p. m. of the day of nomination, and in
the event of a poll being necessary
such poll will be opened on Monday
the Fifteenth Day of May inst.
Of which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand at New Westminster this 9th day of May, 1882.
A. PEELE.
myio Returning Officer.
L
HOUSE
COMPLETE
MM*
MM
TRAPP
BROTHERS.
SIICOESSOIIS  TO
O.    Gr
New Stock!
lill Iii
,-V
THJH3
„»■■-,
R. GARRYPIE
(DECEASED).
rpENDERS FOR THE RENT-
.1 ine; of. the Lands herein will be
received by the undersigned up to
noon on 16th May, 188?, and submitted to the Court for apprisal.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
nryio W- NORMAN BOLE.
Stolen! Reward!
A PLOUGH (TWELVE-INCH
Collins & Co., number reserved)
was stolen from my premises on the
wharf in front of the Holbrook House,
in this Citv, on Thursday night the
20th April. Five bundles of shingles
were taken at the same time.
A Reward of $10 will be paid to
whoever may give such information as
will lead to the recovery of the Plough
and conviction of the thief.
WM. RAE.
New West., May 9,1882.       myio
QUEENS BIRTHDAY
EXCURSION
T
HE H.  B.  CO.'S SPLENDID
Steamer
"PRINCESS  LOUISE,"
CAPT.   LEWIS,
Will leave Irving's Wharf at 7 o'clock
on the morning;of the -
24TH MAY, 1882
FOR NANAIMO,
And will leave Nanaimo on her re'
turn about 2 o'clock a. m. on the 25th.
The Steamer will call at Ladner's
Landing going and returning.
No Bar for the sale of intoxicating
liquor will be allowed on board.
Tickets for tbe round trip can be
obtained from the members of the
Committee at New Westminster, or
from Dr. Masters and Geo. Black,
Granville; D. 'Milllgan, Moodyville!
and W. H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing.
Tickets for Gentlemen   ■   Me»fb
Tickets for ladles    •   •   $1 each
Children between the ages of 3 and
15 years, 50 cents each; under
3 years, free.
All persons are requested to be on
board at a quarter to 7 a. m. sharp.
By Order of the Cohimltteej
J. ORR,   .,,-,;'.
N-.w Westminster, Secretary.
May 9th, 1882. myio
CHORAL UNION
CONCERT!
A  CONCERT  WILL   BE  GIVEN
at the
DRILL,     SHED!
By tho above Society, on
Wednesday Evening, 1th May.
The Programme will consist of Songs,
PARrSoxfis ami Glees.
TICKETS—8).00; Children half-price.
Special rates for Family Tickets.
Books of Words will be sold in the
room on the evening of Concert at 12-J
cents each.
Reserved Seats (.vithout extra charge)
may be obtained at T. K. Pearson k Co.'s
Bookstore on day of Concert.       myQ
STEAMER
^4 VICTORIA
OAPT.  PLUMMER,
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRAN-
cisco for New Westminster on
or about
V, r.UMHDAT,   Hill   MAY,   1SS1.
RETURNING-Will sail from New
Westminster for San Francisco on or
about MONDAY, 22»D MAY.
For rates of Freight and Passage,
apply to
GOOD ALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Han Francisco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER,   Agont,
mhlS N ew Westminster.
NOTICE.
ON AND AFTER THIS  DATE I
have admitted Mn. Geobok Tur-
sun to a partnership in my Businoss.
The Business will in future be carried
on under the name of Woods k Turner,
CHARLES E. WOODS.
New Westminster, May 1, 1882.      iny3
SPRING and S'
R.W. DtftHE «' CO.
AUCTION SALE
ON   WEDNESDAY  next,
the tilth May, I will sell by Public
Auction, at my Salesrooms, Columbia Street, a miscellaneous assortment of HOUSEHOLD FUKN1-
TURE and other articles.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock
a. m.
H. V. EDMONDS,
uiy3 Auctioneer.
WE WANT
TWO   APPRENTICES - ONE  TO
learn
Ami the other to learn
1-A.II.OIWBkTC-r.
TRAPP BROS.
New Westminster,
April 28, 1882. ap2fl
TO CONTRACTORS!
SEALED   TENDERS
ADDRESSED TO THE UNDER-
signed, will he received up to the
20th May for tlie erection of a Church at
Chilliwhack.
Specifications may ho seen at the Storo
of the undersigned, Chilliwhack Landing.
O. R. ASHWELL,
ap20      Sec-Treas. Board of Trustees.
GOODS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded  Silks and
Satins, in twil shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black & Colored Cashmeres & Merinoes,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol  Glaces,   in   all
shades,, •
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Poulards,   Momies, and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all ihe newest styles,
Ind a, Mull, Nainsooks, & Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Bufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shades,
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Lisle, in all shades,
TheNew L-iced Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Bib-
bons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
W
E HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our fir^t
lot of
Notice to Contractors!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by tho undersigned up to Saturday
the 20th day of May, for the orectioll of
a two-Btorey frame Dwelling House at
Bayviow Farm, Boundary Bay, about
six miles from Ladner's Landing. AU
material provided. Plans nnd specifications can be seen at Messrs. T.' R.
Pearson k Co.'. Bookstore.
JOHN McKEE.
Bayviow, April 20, 1882. ap22
»ILLI\EBV&I)BESSHAKI\G
DONE ON THE  PREMISES IN
THE LATEST  STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Cor. ColumUta £ Mary Sis.
V\- .. rVigUuid iii '■■ '■'•■ .
win' !i wo li'.ivi* ji-' * .!■■ ce.vVe '
:is iollu  s;
Per steamer "VICTORIA.,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G. W. ELDER,"
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "YDCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of
NINETY-NINE GASES
Of NEW GOODS, consist-
ing of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S & BOYS'
CLOTHING.
Men's & Boys'Hats,
(IN STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS.
FLOOR CLOTHS,
11AIID WARE,
toe,   toe.
LADIES'
Hedvy'.litckets and
Quilted Ski•-■». \'<\\-
orpd Merinos, blk
Citshiiiere and Mk'.
Crape ('loth
[ii White. Scnrlet.
[Slue fir v. iiii:1
Pl'iiiii-i anil Slii|ie«.
and Q e'eka—-bptli
|iTgli;-tl, ■On.un.1i-m
;•:<! \:i:TH*;-".!^i-
;;'.l {1,1! I pliiijl,   WOllt
:-h,tk'>,t* tihd   otton.
COTTONS
In white and grav.
Brown and whit*
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS aud Coun-
terpiihes. Ticking,
Drilling, and He -
. sians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Fura in
Mulls, Boas & Caps.
CLQTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the o»ttl"*bfc
fo-- the future is bright'.,' We
hope to do a hig trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock' a complete as-,
f-ortme.t of
W'tli sonic ' envy fd.iifiniQ.nts,
on thu way -from the Kn'tern
MarkfitSi     Wp   nve baying
for Cash,  getting Inr^o. di*-,
counts, which enables us to,
sell at much lower rates than
formerly.    We   are   determined to keep the Columbia
House to 'ho front, making:
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House '•
on the Mainland.  Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we,
will doit.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
: ,..... ImeoRTBR..
New West., Feb. 8.1882;' ' ffil.r"
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth-—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
In (ii'iillpnun's  Furnishing (liiiids.
These Guods we are, now
opening.
■ Wm.m SEE life
As we intend selling at Bed-
Roc k Prices lor Cash, as we
have still larger consignment*}
to arrive.
Our stock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week,
TRAPP BROSi
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
PlA^WAfiEAW
TASLE CITUIY
m b s
In Groceries and Provisions
Every thing the beat
that can be had, and
nt the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL-If yon want a flood article,
gotoC. G. MAJOR'S i If yon want thing,
cheap, but "cu!tns," why, go elsewhere
ITEM—What evoryilody says must bo
true; anil if truo, then the handsomest
display of Valuable floodi, Silver and
Plate, b undoubtedly to be found at  ■
C. Q. MAJOR'S,
OOX-TTICSXA-   BSXtSUBT,
New Weitminrter, Bi 0.
FASHIONABLE
MILL1NEBI
DRESS-MAKIN6I
0PF. MB. CUNNINGHAM'S,
Columbia St., New West,
THK UNDKRSIONED TAKES
pleasure m.announaing to the Ladies of New Westminster and surrounding country tlm t she has received and .
opened ont u tint, assortment of tbe New-.
est nnd most' JVisHionnblc Goods from
San Francisco and Knstorn Markets, and
she is now prepared to execute-all orders
in Millinery ond ll-ressmnkiiig with
promptness and care. The latest fashion*
always on hand. Fancy Hoods of beau.,
tiful design and workmanship. No pains
will be spared to satisfy customers. All
arc cordially invited to call aud examine
our goods and fashions. apli >
MRS. 0. A. MACDONALIf.
H.
HAS OPENED THE STORE AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia,
Street, where he will' sell, cheap tor
CA8H-.-
Ci'occrles,
Toltnrra,
"Cli-:;K    '     '",',
' undies. &t,
By careful attention to business ho
hopes to merit a shnrc of the Public
patronage.
Now West., April 20, ISH-2 upM
BOOTS and SHOES
HlV'M
Boot UliOB Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Gel
umbiast., New Westminster.
WANTED:
EOR NICOLA VALLRY-A GOOD
Form Hand, who can milk and
understands the driving * and care' of
Hones, and make himself generally use*
ful.   Wages—130 per month.
TRAPP BROS.,
■     ,".   N*w W«f.
apl
Apply ta flit $ritujh Columbian.
Wrdne.ilar mralas. May If. I8»».
)        I     ■ -        '   '        I
r.HEIOKRI.
rer.t.M1ier PItlNOESS t.ODISB. from Victori.,
Muy V—Ur, McHulleii, Capt Jrvlag, Me„r, Bro-
Ul., WMlhun,, Bnllen, We.tg.rlb. Young, Ellg-
lleb, Smllb, WllllMi., Olerk, llalueimy, Hume,
Hughe,, Beter. Johiieoii, Wllley, Kmerton,
Or..,, l-elmer, Petkios, Bu>, Beueou, KirkUud,
.iidoUOCulDanee.
BIHTH.
Ou Seturdey evmlng, fith In,:., tho wife ef
J. B. Kennedy. Brunette Mill., of it eon.
Mr. Ferguson, M. P. P., leave, for
Cariboo thia morning.
Mr. Marcus Smith went up tn Emory
ion Saturday, returning an Monday.
Considerable matter hat (wan unavoidably crowded nut of this issue.
Joseph 0. Cope, Clerk nf Privy
Council at Ottawa, died on tho 22ml
April.
Mr. Ufto offers a reward for thu rn-
covery of it plough, At-. Sou ndvor-
tittruent.
Mr.. Hammond nml Miss Rood, »f
Maple' Ridge, are spnidiug a few .lay.
in thia city.
On to T. R Pearson & Co 'a early
to-day and BMiire teats foe the concert
this evening.
' It it tinted tint then- ow 90,01)0
Chines, it Mm;' Kong, a wait ing • nm-
port to America.
The stoamor Western Slope nrrived
from Viotoria on Saturday evening nnd
proceeded up-river.
Mr. Bmphy, C. P. It. 8.. will take
Up his quarters at Port Haney iu the
course of a few days.
The WW Share f-.r May is t» jian'rl
This number coutvjijt inui i en'-pii >:t-
ally inferestini- nlnltji.
Tlio sjeamci- Wm. lr:\;ot i"i,.i
In.sley. rut'.tir'iod fl-liiii I3'ni:i-v'v-'s-o't'-
clny with a f«w pl.'sn)- pro
Th» Oai-ilv.i - l.v .i-,-i.-..,l :.-.... V;'..
•toria last titteltt. with a fttil froijrli-.
She will return to Victoria t.i-cU,y.'
Unprecedented snow storms in tho
Alp. were reported on the lit inst.,
rendering impassable the Simplon
'route.
The .market hat been overstocked
with oolaclmm during tho past few
day.. Thoy are rather lai-gor than
usual.
Th* steamer Princess Louise leaves
nt 3 o'clock this morning, in order to
connect with the outgoing mail steamer
nt Victoria.
It is stated that the Dominion Parliament will he proroguctl on the 12th
inst., and that the election will take
place on the 28th June.
The Western slope hmko one of her
prank-pins, when near Cadhnro Buy
on Monday, but tho managed to get
in to port with one engine .   '
Messrs. Trapp Bros have succeeded
.n getting two apprentices to the dross-
making business, but they are still
without th. tailoring student.
Yetitrday one of the carpenters employed on tho Columbian office extension received a severe scalp wound
from a tailing piece of timber.
A map of Port Haney townsitn is
in course of preparation. Over-a
lloison of lota are already engaged, and
building hia already commenced.
Those about to commence housekeeping or desirous of adding to their
■lock would do well to attend Mr.
Sdmondt' tale at It o'clock thii mom-
»
' Tht infant daughter of the Duke
ind Duchess of Couiimight has just
'teen christened, her llama being Mar-
lant Victoria Augusta Charlotte
»QJ»h.
Ah King,.formerly a well-to-do Chi-
,.,o trader at Cassiar, suicided at the
lid Rot*'"Bay tannery, near Victoria,
ut week, by hanging himself with a
'tig-chain.
.On Friday, at Victoria, Messrs.
ynerta, Walla, and Irritig were form-
Hy called to the British Columbia Bar
ind entered on tlit roll of practicing
llarrUtera.
, Tht steamer Reliance, Capt. Odin,
ant up tt, Vale on Saturday, return
ig on Monday, with a largo nuuiU-i-
," pauenger. anil (13 head of cattle for
Ir. Oreave..
J The steamer Princess Louise, dpi.
fcewit arrived from Victoria at 5:30
lit evening,' bringing a heavy freight
f«l a large number of |«isuiiger., in-
» uding 590 Chinese.
i! Andrew Mui ray and wife, of Arthur,
Imtario, died from injuria, received ut
jo burning of thair homo, making
fair victim.. Tlit youngest, child was
I.bt expected to survive.
^The publishing and editorial uflcos
the British Coluhbi.k arc owing
L'tatly enlarged and othorwiso itnprov-
d ill order to meat the reiptii-einunt.
f a rapidly iuoroasing busiiu-si.
f On Friday Mr. Mnciiaunra, with his
ltoys," completed tho plank-way to
Doverument Hmit" gate, pla-ing *-ib-
lalltial hand-rails .'iTillg thu Ilill-Slilo
{ tting at tho dci-tilil -.» thu glut).
[The Nmtjiwi'.i.t k'iit/.r)>ri«-, a smart,
trtlo p:i)a>r piilitl.hod at Anricrofos,
Ptiahiiigtnti Territory, thinks tliet-o is
' jjtaid npauing t'-T diroiit. slciiiiliortl
faiimmiiuiti".-! lotwei-n here and that
>ITh. hooks of words for the con-
art this evening art neatly gotten up,
■wl art well worth a bit a copy, alto-
" ther apart from the great enliven-
„ foe ol having them so at to follow
t lingen intelligently.
Tht tteamer Enterprise broke her
aft on htr way to Victoria from thia
;y on Saturday.   Sho inanagtd, how-
i  tr, to  make   port.   The steamer
' -iiiMss Louise takes her placo until
9 damage alu.ll have iteoii repaired,
i iieh will probably be in a week or
i dtya.
Mr. Roderick Finlayson has pur-
ued tht Lenevno wharf proptrty in
ctoria for $10,000, and now owns
u > whole front from H. B. Co.'s wharf
I J. P. Davit. ft Oo. and he intends
tiding a block of stone and brick
rthouiM tht tntirt length.
The CTmrc/Vman'a Gazzette for May
contains the usual amount of interesting news and useful reading. It announces the sailing from Liverpool, on
th« 29th ult., of Rev. Mr, Borlock,
the new rector for Yale, and Misa
Davidson,
The tteamer Victoria ia expected to
commence running for the season on
or about the 20th inst., between Soda
Creek and Quuhtllemouth. Capt.
McLeeso is now sole proprietor, having
purchased Capt. Irving'a interest in
the steamer.
The water in the Fraser continue.'
to rise. It is feared that the C. P. it.
steamer Skuwy cannot .be taken up
through Hell Gate this sea-sun, the
water being ton high, and thore is
some talk of bringing h.r down for
tervioe on the river below Yale.
An Ontario exchange say. a vote
was taken on tho train whicli loft
Yougo-ttreet on Wednesday for Winnipeg. The result, showed 300 votes
f..r Mr. Blake and 210 fm- Sir John
Macdonald Titer,, wero about 500
voters .'ii tho train, all leaving Ontario.
The gross pVocetMa of the sale of
wo k hell 111 connection with the
Church il.ssioivF ind in tht-t Dioc.se,
amounted to $1,191.35. TliuV.ticluded
the prootfiL of tliu concert and some
donations, uotabty the Yale donation
of 974.50. Thero will be-snio.ei.hMig
ilint'e to add to It, front tho s.il-'-Hf .the
iniunco of tliu work toot to.Yaiu.
Yesiurduy morning threo black
bears, niie of tlte'ii a nu mater, made
tlieir appearance .oil the beach on the
opposite aide of tho river, fishing for
oolitchatis. They wore suen quite distinctly front the city. Io tlio afternoon a largo lone oTle waa wandering
about oil tile lieioll for some time.
Otpt Peel,, started aon-is with Ills
,..K   ii  brul   .   >lt l.i iloi bnslt I'efore
sue i.*w.w<t. .    /
dtiy I'v-.-n Lj'g^t.rocyivijni! -p i-ivev Miti
a.uiu' .'liyjll >,v lite at-Hiiii'iT Willhutt
Irving. Dm liabu) prixlncetl mi Pi'--
tiot't* vvlitrf when all t!ies« cliutherura
gut togethef wtis wondurfu!. Liwt
evening 5110 inure tu rived liy thu Princess L'time, find she Will ruuini this
evmiing with ti further inxtilulont uf
GOO.
Quite n fitturi-'Ii '-fit trunijioti tf.-w
madlirnver Mr. fiunnter liJiving ob-
tfiiiieil fur Mr. Kenny the position uf
penitentiary steward Tliu new tip-
jioiutee cnine over und entered upon
the dutiBH uf the otlice hist week. It
ftppenn 1m wan undor the impreaiiiim
tlmt the salary won ^1,000, with board
and lodging. Upon learning tliat the
pay Was only a little more than half
that, without hoard, Ac, hu immediately threw up the situation in disgust, and left for his Island home, a
wiser if not a better man.
Pbiwonai,.—Mr. U H. Palmer, representing Messrs. Pilmor fL Rey, of
the great Scotch tyjti" Hoiwe, San
Francisco, arrived in thu eity .last evening,
 .».   	
A Good Jokk. —Mr. Anglin :* omd
ited with niakin/ a realty **plundid
speech on the Irish Addreis iu the
Dominion Commons; but, somehow, in
Hansard it was credited to Mr. Bun-
stcr, who bought up the whole edition!
. .*. ;_
Oivin Elkctios.—By reference to
our advertising columns It will he seen
that the election to flit the vacancies
in the City Council will bo held on
Friday next. Wouldn't it be a good
idea for the ratepayers to tnko au interest in tht matter 1
That JuduKsuip.—The Colonist of
tho 7th say.**: "Mr. Justice Strong has
been otfered und will accent the vaamt
Judgeship in British Columbia. Hi
successor will pr-'liably be Sir Alexander' Campbell. This will be bitter
news for the local premier.'1
  ■»■        	
llBM-.ioim Bklief.**.— According to
the census returns, the lending religions bodies uf the whole Dominion
stand iu the following order of uumor-
ical strength: ftnutiii Qii'm.fie, 1,791.-
9*2: M.*t!.o<ii*t,7ni*i:i: fhvu'.yterlii!.,
070,105. Ohtirali of EngUnd, 574 5518
Ths Cuamsel Vossfat. StoppId, *-
In the British Hmite of Cluiiimms, mi
Lhe 1st- Inst,*, the pfealdeiit of thu
board of,trade miiupitnctjd tliti govern
ment hud conot'idwl to stop work in
the channel tunnel, and further action
will bu taken by uitrh'tmeut in the
matter.
Lawu Qvmrt, -Tiieo'.lput of tbe
Wellington Oiilllkrlbi'iif \U»sn Dunsmuir, Diggle it Co. aggregated over
30,000 tons for the month of April.
Arrangements aro being made fur a
material increase even in that large
output within the next few months.—
Free Presi,
—. * .
THU :.xcri.sum -Klst-where will be
fttilud au advertisement setting forth
the u.utjltios uf the programme for tho
Queen's Hirrhday celebration. The
.mmmii.ttjy lmvo taken tlie matter iu
hand iu aji unuigi'tic an<t busuiesa-like
.spirit, ami thu public may rely upon
everything biuug dime that could be
reasonably expected towards rendering the occasion thoroughly enjoyable.
Quite large additions to the excursion
party nre expected from the surrounding country, and there is every reason
to anticipate a really pleasant time.
Hwh Wages for Servants.--Sixteen Scotch girls, immigrants by the
Parisian, arrived in tht city yesterday
noon from Quebec. They remained
in* the depot until the evening, when
they left for the West. Several (Arties, some of them from registry offlots,
•ndesvored to engage them for services
tn tbe eity, but though offered as high
as $16 pet month, the girls refused to
accept any offer. A lady on her way
to Prince Arthur's Landing offered to
take one of the g*. i at $30 per month.
This offer Wu also refuMd.-^outr-ro.
JKwAatt^
Ho *or Port Moody!— Early on
Monday morning Mr. Contractor Mc-
Mullen's scow flotilla, in tow of Capt.
Van Bremer's steamer, sailed for Port
Moody, the crews being on board! A
little later the corps of wharf-builders
.started overland for the same destination, taking the Nortii road or trail.
Choral Union. - It is no mere
figure of speech to Hay that there will
he a rich musical treat at the Drill
Shed this evunititr. We ktidw the
programme to be a very attractive one,
and there need bo lio hesitation in
saying that U will ba efficiently carried
out. Reserve seats can be secured
to-day without extra charge.
 . *	
Large Game.---Mr. Chrk Drown.
of Mud Bay, goes for lnrge game. Not
long tipo he shot a seven-foot cougar
or wild-cat. A few days ago be
knocked over with his unerring rifle a
hugs black bear Bruin bud been
lurking about the outskirts of the
clearing with tho obvious purpose of
paying improper at entions to the
smaller stock—pigs and such-like, and
so Mr. Brown brought him to account.
The fellow tipped the beam at 600 lbs.
_ .*> j
QDtcnt- DisPA*0H. — The Nanaimo
Free Press of the 3rd Inst, says:—"The
steamer Western Slope, en route from
New Westminster to Victoria, called
at the V. 0. Company's shuteson
Monday afternoon for eoal, and in less
than 20 minutes after being in position
under the shutes received 50 tons of
coal, find went on her way rejoicing.
She had a number of passengers on
board, and they made the. City look
lively for a few minutes.
Hanlan   Against the  World!
That to Canada belongs the honor of
producing the champion oarsman of
Un*- M*.;e i» beyond alt question. It is
.A'jtiunt From the details of the match
rMV'-'t un the Thames, on the 1st
imiti, between Haitian and Trickett,
that tlio former wits actually playing
with the latter. He came in four
lepgtlls ahead, and there seems little
reason to doubt that he could have
made it twice as much. Haitian can
rest on his laurels.
A FiRST-C.'.As-i Colmer—The San
Francisco Call says:—"A contract has
recently been closed by Dunsmuir,
Diggle & Co., of this city, for the
construction, in England, of a first
class steam collier for their coal carriage between Departure Bay and this
port. According to the contract she
is to carry 2,500 tuns of water ballast.
She will have all thu latest appliances
for loading aud discharging and will
cost $250,000. Her spued is to be
11 knots.
Manitoba.—Tbe ice-How iu Red
River has caused unusually high water
and inundated a considerable area.
Portions of the city of Winnipeg were
under water, the Broadway bridge was
swept away, und much damage done.
West Lynne Was under water und Emerson was partially submerged. At
Winnipeg the Louise Railway bridge
wtis seriously damaged and might lie
carried away at any moment. Quite
a iiuinhor *'f lew important bridges
were oarried away and tiro loss of one
life was reported.
The Canadian Address.—In the
British House of Commons, on the
3rd inst., Gladstone, replying' to Callahan, Said he had not vet received the
resolution of tbe Canadii.n Legislature
with regard to Ireland, and therefore
could not present it to the House. As
to any action upon it, the matter was
referred to those concerned, the Imperial Legislature alone. As to that
portion of the Canadian address relating to the matter of the discretion
of the execui..^, •* bad tho Government's close and constant attention
before tho suggestion contained in the
addrfa*** reached them in anv shape
>r from any ipiarter.
-flood News From Ottawa.
On Saturday, Mr. J. C. Aruintroiig
received the following telegram from
Mr. Homer:—
"The reserved lands on the located
•'line df railway are to be thrown Open
'or •jottleiiion! '
It *-vill lio i\*nie:t..!.'i''*d that this constituted one ol tlm "plunks" iu the
political platform laid down by Mr.
Homer at the lute election; and he has
nnt been lung in making good his promise iu that regard. '1 his is, indeed,
good news, and it is to bo hoped that
the utuiiwl ptiH'-iMe hattte wilt be made
in giving prac ica! effect to the deeision
it the Government. A* was pointed
nit in recent articles, the.se lauds are
urgently needed for the purpose of supplying the armies of railway-makers
with food, Now, intending settlers
Come along, Here are somo of the
most fertile lands in the country—with
an absolute certainty of a good cash
m irkot right at your door. The bar
is at length removed. Enter, and take
possession 1'
Heroes of the Jcannette.
Lieut, Danenhower, sunian Cole
and the Chinese steward arrived nt St,
Petersburg last week nnd were the
heroes uf the hour. The Lieutenant
ns convinced that Capt. DeLong
will never he found alive. He is. loud
in praise of the treatment he and his
companions received at the hands of
the Russians in Siberia. Ho was received bv the Emperor and Empress
on Tuesday (yesterday week), and on
the following day visited tho Grand
Duke Alexis and other notabilities.
The party would shortly go to Paris,
nnd England, and the Lieutenant purposed reading before the Royal Geographical Society of Great' Britain a
paper which lie had prepared on the
possibilities of trade on the north coast
of Siberia,
^ .»   .  —
Herr Kraus has lately proved thtt
all plant organs swell and contract periodically every day. This phenomenon
is dud to variations in the amount of
water contained at different periods
during thu twenty-four hours.
Diabolical Assassination!
The New ChliJf Secretary and the
Under Secretary for   Ireland
Murdered! •
Dublin, May 0th,—Lorti Frederick
Cavendish, tlie new Secretary for Ireland, and Under-Secretary Burke were
strolling in Phoenix Park about half a
mile from the city this evening about
8.10 o'clock, when a car drove up containing four men, two of,whom jumped down and attacked the two secretaries, stabbing them several times in
the throat and breast. The victims
struggled hard for life, and in the
struggle became separated, their bodies
being found some ten paces apart. JSo
clue to the assassination.
London, May 8.— Land League met
this afternoon and adopted a manifesto
to the people of Ireland, deprecating
in the strongest terms the atrocious
outrage, which they regarded as a severe blow struck at the liberties of Ireland iu the monient of her brightest
hopes, and calling upon the peoplt to
show to the world that Ireland condemn'! the act.   It Concludes:
" We feel that no act that has now been
perpetrated in our country during the
exciting struggles of the past fifty years
has so stained the name of hospitable
Ireland AS this cowardly and unprovoked assassination of a friendly stranger and that until the murderers of
Cavendish and Burke are brought to
justice *t,hat stain will sully our country's name.". '-(■• ,
(Signed)      Char. S. Parnell,
John Dillon,
MlCJJAKL DAVITT.
May Day.
In consequence of the backwardness
of the season, lost Monday was celebrated as May Day. There1 was a
heavy rainfall during the night, and it
looked cloudy uud threatening up till
near noon, douhtleis occasioning
anxiety to many a yunng- heart. However, by the time for starting arrivod,
the clouds passed away and the sun
shone out as though tt meant to shine
for the rest of the day. And it did
shine.
Shortly niter 1 o'clock the
ROYAL rROCBSSION,
preceded by the excellent Militia Band,
entered tho beautiful grounds. The
Queen and Queen-elect, accompanied
by their ladies-in-waiting, were immediately conducted to the platform or
throne, liy (heir Ministers, Mr. Thomas
and Mr. McColl. Having taken their
places
QUEEN MAUDE
at once proceeded to deliver her valedictory, whieh she did in excellent
voice and style, US' follows:—
Faithful Subjects:
Accept my thanks for the loyalty
and zeal with which you have upheld
my dignity aud defended my crown
and kingdom during my reign.
The cares of state and the intrigues
of foes are sometimes fatal even to
royal hearts; but by your loving offices
'and dutiful service you, my beloved
sultjecU, lmvo made the royal pathway
one of fragrance aud of flowers.
Uu this day of fut-tive mirth it is my
duty and plea-nire to reign the crown
and sceptre tu tbe keeping of her
tvlioin you have been pleased to elect
as my successor. May confidence and
affection bind our hearts to her, and
may thu next return of this glad festival find every heart lilled'with happiness and suuslliuu, as ours aro today.
iii'YAi, Sister:
By these my loyal subjects you have
been elected Queen of May. This
crown aud this sceptre are tbe emblems
of your authority, and tfjese gurlands
of May-flowers speak tho happiness of
uur loyal hearts. Let the beauty and
grace of your person be emblematic of
the qucuuly grace which shall ha chiir-
.iciiii'i ,uc of your illustrious reig-ii. To
tliu protection aud confidence of our
faithful Uyacks I commend yon.
Royal Si-vrfiit:
By virtue of my prerogative, and in
accordance with ancient aud honored
custom, I now crown you Queen of
May!
At the conclusion of the speech, she
handed the beautiful floral crown to
her Minister (Mr. Thomas), who,
placing it ou the head of
QUEEN MARGARET,
exclaimed, "Hyacks, behold your
Queen!"—an exclamation supposed to
evoke hearty cheers from lpyal throats.
Her Majesty then proceeded to deliver the following speech:--
Beloved Sister:
I heartily thank you for your good
wishes, mid sincerely trust that my
reign will be as happy as your own.
I trust that I shall only be taking my
place beside you in the. hearts of loyal
subjects, where I hope we may long
hold our places.
Loving Subjects:
I greet you as tlie happy'symbol of
spring in this merry mouth of May
whon nature is clothed in verdure and
decked with sweetest flowers. It is the
fitting time for gladness* and frolic, as
the best way of expressing our thankfulness for all the blessings with which
wo are surrounded. I therefore command you to join in the mazy dance
and mirthful games proper to this
season, and make my reign memorable,
to the extent of your enjoyment. Let
all do his and hor best towards general
happiness.
Gallant Hyacks;
Your well known fidelity to the public welfare, iu preserving the lives and
property of your follow citisens from
destruction by tire, speaks volumes for
your goodness of heart. To you, therefore, I can trust the guidaiioo and pro
tection of my young and loving subjects who aro met hero to-day to enjoy
themselves; your gallantry on all occasions will find here an opportunity for
display, and I am sure I can depend
ou your truth aud loyalty. Begin the
ro V els!
Then eame the merry dance
ROUND THE MAYPOLE,
followed by dancing on the greensward
and in tho ball-room, and games and
race) on the lawn, the day's oeremonles
and sport* being oonoluded by an im
promptu ball in the Drill Shed,.in the
evening.
* The whole affair went off very pleasantly and the young people appeared
to enjoy themselves immensely. It is
due to the Brass Bund to say that they
contributed very much indeed towards
the enjoyment of tbe occasion.
Richmond Council.
Council met at the Town Hall, on
Monday, May 1. Present—The Reeve
and Councillors Smith and Kidd.
Communication from J. McMyn was
read and referred to board of works.
Communication from Judge Crease
was read and the clerk instructed to
reply.
Wild Land Tax By-law was amend
ed and pasned.
Board of Works reported that they
had Contracted with Mr; Herbert Kirklaud for the construction of a flume at
the north end of road No. 11, for the
sum of $280.   . ■
Appeals by j", Kilgour and E. Gtir-
and were heard, and their assessment
and that of W. Nicol amended.
The Revenue By-law was read throe
timed.
The Clerk was instructed to com
mumcute with J. II. Hott requesting
return of deeds of Corporation land.
The Clerk was ordered to "be paid
$50 mi account of salary.
Councillor Smith gave notice that
next meeting he would introduce a
By-law imposing a road-tax.
Council then adjourned.
It has been pointed out tliat tho
fragrsnee of violets differs widely, be
ing influenced evidently by the season
and temperature, warmth and shelter
appearing most conducive to sweetness.
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe and bock Works, J. A J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated safes are made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all the modern* improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Grceuleaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty ft-ee, arid conaeqtteutly can.
be sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. Wait* * Co., Victoria.
Death in the Cokkke Pot.—The pub
lie are cautioned against ininhaaing im
ported California grjuud coffee. Its
cheapness is its only J ecommendution.
Tbe ingredients are of the vilest description, as any one using' it will discover
should he examine th J '.-rounds. Du.-in,
the perihelia of tlir plduott people shoulu
be careful what th-*y *i.t and drink. Don't
allow your grocer 1 . palm off his trash'
upon you, because i jays him better to
sell it than the good urticle. Ask for
Fell A Co. 's Coffee and take no other.*
Mothers who are startled at the hour
of midnight by that ominous hoarse
cough of -your little ones, what would
you not cfvp p •rouipt and certain
means , ,i,at uread destroyer
of your children, ('roup ? Such a means
you may have for the trifling coat of 25
cents. It is Hagyard's Yellow Oil, the
great Household remedy for all inflammatory and painful diseases. Do not
rest over night again without it,
A cough is usually the effort of Nature
to expel some morbid matter irritating
the air pus.<uig.-s of the lungs. It may,
however, proceed, from an inflommed or
irritable condition of the throat, a Blight
rash or humor often being perceptible,
Let tho cause ■ e what it may, the remedy should be Ur "yard's Pectoral Balsam.
Apun-ly vegetable Balsamic throat and
lung healer. For sale by all dealers in
medicine, at 25 cc. ts per bottle.
The greet marvel of healing—the grand
climax of medical discoveries is Burdock
Blood Birrs. It cures all diseases of
tho Blood, Liver, Stomach i'owcls, Skin,
and Kidneys, Female Comphuuts, Scrofula, Genera! and Set yons Debility, and
is a reliable Tonic in all broken down
conditions of ihe ey'tcnii, So-nple Bottles 10 Cents. Htipplle.J by all dealers
in medicine.
Blub Vitriol—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent lhe smut.
Send to Lanuley k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should be In every stable. mh20
Iff If you want a first-class I'iano or
Organ, go to T, R, Pearson ft Co.'s. The
best Pianos for tlie money in the Pro
vuice,,—Adv.
pfr PORT MOODY.-Plans of tho
new Town Site for sale at T. R. Pear-
sen A Co's., 81.00 each.—Adv.
/arAIot of very beautiful Birthday
Cards just received at T. K. Pearson
ft Cc.'a—Adv.
Sir i*ave your order for Sheet Music
and Music Hooks at T. Ji. Pearson ft Co.'s
-Adv.
&" Shipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
T. R. Pearson ft Co,'a—Adv.
TENDERS WANTED.
TENDERS   WILL  BE  RECEIVED
■up to Noon on tho loth May for
the erection of a Bam on South Arm,
Frasor River. All material provided.
Plans anil Specifications to bo seen at
the Store of (_'. (>. Major, where information can be obtained, or at the residence
of the undersigned, South Ann,
ap!2 ANDREW FISHER.
JUST   RECEIVED
TI IMS. oca
Tho New Poems—By Oscar Wilde.
"The Innocents Abroad,'■ "Adventures of Tom Sawyer," and "The Prince
aud tho Pauper," all by Mark Twain.
'The Worst Boy in Town," by tho
author of Helen's Babies,
Also, a magnificent lot of Scrap Books.
Moody * Hsnkey'd Music Books,  sp'.'!*
W. RAE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
If eit Door South of Colonial
il,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
HAS    ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
VARIED STOCK OF
GBITBEAL
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
i.
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c., &c.
JUST REOIIVED-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY G 0DS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
Hats   ami   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Feathers, Laces, Plain anil
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Flush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES 4 RUFFLES
HAT8 ANP   BONNETS
Mado and trimmed, nnd satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
(ST All Goods told at rtasonablo
rates.   Cull and inspect our stock.
WM. RAE,
ap22 Columbia. Street.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C,
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
OPFN
For the reception of flucsi.
Convict* try located and wall appointed tn every department, with
BATHROOMS
And all the most modem appliances, it will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very liest
management lioth as regards cuimIKE
anil sttcmlanee, and parties desiring
them can havo comfortahlo Private
Dining Rooms, with special attendance.
Tbo
BAR  KOOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquor., and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept ou hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stkahi.e's I'atest
CUSHION TABLKS, the be.t in
uso.
CT (lood attendance and moderate charge..
J. E. INSLEY,
pRCTMe-foii * UanaOKU.
April 4,1992. **>
NOTICE.
I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE
that frdtn and lifter this date twill
not he responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Isabella Magee, she having left my bed and board without just
cause.
Dated 21st Feb,, 1882.
HUGH MAGEE.
North Arm, Fraser River. fe22
PURSE
ON THE 20tu ULT., A PURSfij,
containing a sum of money was
found at the corner of Duuglas and Agnes Streets. In the purse was a paper
with the name "Jonney" on it.
The owner can have his property by
calling at this office, identifying it and
paying the price of this notice-     ap!5
THE UNDERSIGNED HJtflflJOB.
sale a few very h'iio seed potatoes,
of the varieties known as "Early Ross"
and "Late Rose," Price, % cants per
pound.
Apply to A, INtfES,' .
aplS tan|d*y.
DENTISTBYf
DR. F. WELSH
HAS TAKEft ROOMS OVER MR.
Jambs Wise's Store, on Front
Street, where he is prepared to attend td
all who require hid sorviee'3
Particular attention given to tin pre*
ssrvation of tho Natural Teeth;
Partial or complete sets of 'T-Wtb ftftde'
to order with promptness and ettre, and
with the aid of the latest discoveries
and appliances. ap29
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM    CONSISTS  OF   320
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—75 Milk Pans, Churn, and (ill
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
apr.tc   ' Nicola Lake.
OITY LOTS ~
JL*JL.ISTTD &
FOR   SALE.
mHK FOLLOWING DESCRIBED-
J_ Valuable Property in tho City and '
District of New Westminster:—
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 and 8, block 17, cornerof Merre*
vale and Columbia streets. There is s>
good House on theso lots and a Garden
very lately laid out and in good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot 0, block 18, on Columbia street.
An excellent House; gootl tenant; and ih
thorough repair.
LOT THREE.
Lots 6 and 6, block 1?, on Merre vale1
street. The best site in the city, for #
residence; thoroughly cleared) well
fenced; on excellent Orchard in full
hearing, end a fine spring of tilts'■Vert*
best wsfm.
In the District:
LOT POUR.
On False Creek trail—known as th*
Hazelwood Estate—300 acres. The road
passes through a jinrtinn of it, and at an
outlay of ono hundred dollars 100 to 200
acres may l>o brought into cultivation
this year. There is a small House on ,
this lot, situated half way between thii
city and Granville.
LOT FIVE.
On the Imrrnrd Inlet road -joins Mr.
Nicholson's lot; covered with magnificent
timber; distance from this city only three
mile*; 1(H) acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. 0, Mock TiN., R. 1 West, nearly
opposite Douglas island, on the left batsa
ol the Frasor river—100 acres.-
LOT  SEVEN.
Lot77. group 1— head of Rurnaby lake*-
very goodlaml; 100 acres.
LOT   EIOHT.
Lot 82 - west of smalt lake, Inlet road
100 acres very superior land.
LOT NINE.
Lot 107—right 1wwk North Arm—third
lot from the city; 100 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 20, 30, and 32—180 acres; ^
mile from Boundary Bay; fine timber
and fine situation for a logging camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section 95, Township 3.
LOT TWELVE.
Sec. 90, liliRik H North, Rang. 0
Wott,
Any of tho atiovo property will bt sold
cheap and on easy terms. For particulars apply to the owner,
.fAMKS MORRISON,
ia3Mm       Colotsbla «t„ Near W*
i •Dm* Stort*.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
Miss Dunlop is inspired with a de-
Touring curiosity about the Miss Conisbroughs. What can you tell us about
them and their antecedents T
"Miss Conisbroughs," said Sir Gabriel, knitting his brows. "Oh, of
course. Marion Arkendale's daughters. Parson Oonisbrough's girls. Ah!
she was a bonny woman, and a nico
woman, was Marion Arkondale, when
we were all young. I know them a
little-yss."
"They are Squire Aglionby's grand-
nsices, aren't they ?"
"Yes, what of that?"
"Will they be his heiresses ? You
see, I don't know the local gossip yet."
"His heiresses—I expect so. Old
John never confided the secrets of his
last will and testament to me, but it is
tha universal expectation that they
will, when any one ever thinks any-;
thing about it. He disinherited his'
son, you know, in a fit of passion, one
day."
"Lucky for me that you can't," said
Randulf mournfully.
"I'm more likely to disinherit you
for inordinate yawning than anything
eW said Sir Gabriel
"Hit son married; did he leave any
children!"
"One boy."
"Sursly he wont ignore him utterly."
"Hut he will. I remember him telling me that the mother and her relations had the boy, and were going to
look after it, and that he was sure thoy
hoped by that means to get a pull over
him and his money. He added with a
great oath, that the brat might make
tha best of them, and they of it, for
never a stiver of his should it handle.
He is the man to keep his word, especially in such a case as that."
"Will these girls be much of heiresses]" asked Randulf, apparently
stifling a yawn.
"Very pretty heiresses, if he divides equally. Some fifteen hundred
a year apiece, I should say. But why
do you want to know ?" added Sir Gabriel.   "Has something happened V
"Nothing to my knowledge,'' replied
his son; "it-was only the extreme interest felt in the young ladies by Miss
Dunlop that made ine ask."
"Well, that's all I can tell you about
U, except a few anecdotes of old John's
prowess in the hunting-fiold, and of
his queer temper and oil-hand ways."
Sir Gabriel left them. Randulf implored Miss Dunlop to sing, which she
did, thereby reducim* him to the last
stage of woe nnd dejection.
That night the tempest howled out
Its roughest paroxysms. The following
day was wet, and hopelessly so, with
gusts of wind, melancholy, if not violent. The inmates of Danesdale Castle were weather-bound, or the Indies
at .any-rata considered themselves su.
Sir Gabriel was out all the morning.
Randulf was invisible during the great-
«r part of the day, and was reported
by his man as having a headache and
not wishing for any lunch,
"Headache!" cried Sir Gabriel to
the ladies, with a mighty laugh, "at
his age I had never even dreamed of a
headache. I'll bet something he's on
his back on a couch, with a pipe und a
French novel."
The ladies said nothing. In the
afternoon Sir Gabriel was nut again,
and Miss Danesdale and Miss Dunlop
yawned in company until dinner-time,
when they and their mankind all met
together for the first time that day.
They were scarcely seated when Sir
Gabriel said:
"It's odd, Randulf, that you should
have been asking so many questions
last night about old John Aglionby
and those girls. There does seem to
be a fatality about these things sometimes."
"As how ?" inquired his son,
"Old John ia dead. Ho hud an apoplectic fit last night, and died at noon
to-day. I met the doctor whilo I was
out this afternoon, and he told mu. It
gave me a great shock, I must confess.
Aglionby of Scar Foot, was a name so
inseparably connected with this dale,
and with every remembrance of my
Ufa that has anything to do with the
dale, that it is difficult to realize that
now he must be a remembrance hini-
sslf, and nothing more."
"Yes, indeed, it is very strange.
And he leaves no one to take his name."
"Ha is sure to have made a proviso
that those girls shall take tlio name of
Aglionby. I cannot grasp it somehow;
that there will be Conisbroughs at Scar
Foot—and women!"
"Do you visit them, Phillippa?"
asked Randulf, turning to his Bister.
"We exchange calls occasionally,
and we always ask them to our parties
in winter, but they have never boon
to one of them. Of course I must go
and call upon Mrs. Conisbrough at tho
proper time."
"I'm not sorry the poor girls.will
have better times at last," observed
Sir Gabriel, on whom tho occurrence
seemed to have fallen almost as a blow.
"And, after all, ho was seventy-two
and over. When I get to that age,
boy, you will be thinking it about
time for me to clear out."
Randulf smiled, and drawled out,
"Perhaps I may, sir," but his eyss
met those of his father. The old man
and the young man understood each
other well already. Sir Gabriol Danes-
dale slept that night with the secure consciousness that if he lived tu
be % hundred, his son would never
wish him away.
"Ah, there's n deal in family affection," he reflected. "If Aglionby had
only been a little move lenient to that
poor lad of his, the winter of his life
might have had more sun iu it and
less frost.... How ho used to ride!
Like * devil sometimes. What runs
we have had together; and what fish
we have killed! Poor old John!"
"The first concert of the season,
Bernard, and you muan't miss it.
Really, for the life of mo, I can't tell
what you hear in those awfully c!a-
■ical concerts. Isn't it 'classical' that
they call them? I've been to some of
them. I like watching the swells come
in. and I -dare say H'a very amusing
for them, who go regularly to the same
places, to meet all their friends, and
that eort ol thing; but there. I'm done.
Those concerts send me to sleep, or
else they make my head ache. It's
nothing but a bang-banging, and a
squeak-squeaking, without any tune
to go by in it. I can't tell what you
hear in them."
It was Miss Vane who thus addressed her Bwain on the Wednesday evening after he had told her about his
mooting with his grandfather. He
held his hat in hia hand, and listened
to her smilingly, but without any signs
of relinquishing his purpose. Perhaps
you don't, my love. I hear a great
deal in thorn. To-night I shall hear
Madame Trebelli sing "Che ftiro senza
Eurydice?' which is enough to last any
fellow for a week, and make him thrill
whenever lie thinks of it. Likewise, I
shall hear Beethoven's symphony, Me.
5, which "
"Oh, those horrid long symphonies.
I know them. I can no more make
head or tail of them than I can of your
books about ethics or agnostics, or
something sticks. But go, go; and I
hope you may enjoy it. I like a play
or a comio opera, for my part. Promise you'll take me to 'Madame Angot'
the next timo it comes, and I'll be
good."
"To 'Madame Angot' you shall go if
I am here, and able to take you, he
rejoined, his eyes smiling darkly beneath the brim of his hat.
"You wont bo gone to bed when I
get back," ho said. "It won't be late;
and we can have half an hour's chat;
just half an hour."
Well, if you're not too late, said
Miss Vane graciously.
Bernard promised and vowed to return very early; and then went off to
enjoy his one piece of genuine, unadulterated luxury and extiavagance
his shilling's-worth of uncomfortable
standing-room in the "body of the
hall," which shilling's-worth, while
the great singers sang, and the great
orchestral masterpieces were performed in a style almost peculiar to Irkford,
of all English towns—represented to
him a whole realm of riches aud glory,
royal in its splendor.
He secured a good place, just behind
the last of tho reserved seats, which
were filled with a brilliant-looking
audience. From the moment in which
the well-known leader came ou and received his rounds of applause, to the
last strain of the last composition, he
was all ear and all delight.
It was certainly a feast that night
for those who care for such feasts.
There was 11 delicious ''Anncreon"over-
ture, full of Cherubim's quaintest
thoughts; aud thore was the great
can.tatrico singing in hor most superb
style. "Che faro," though, came in
the second part of the performance.
Before it was tho Fifth Symphony.
Bernard, drinking in tho sounds, re-
memberod the old tale nf how some
ono asked the composer what he meant
by those four portentuus and thrilling
chordB which open the symphony, and
how ho replied, "Thus fate knocks at
tho door."
"Se non e vero o ben trovato,"
thought our hero, smiling to himself.
"A fate that knocked in that way
would be worth opening to, good or
bad. But one usually hears a mo e
commonplace tap at the door than
that."
He listened with heart and snul to
the grand scene from "Orpheus." The
cadence rang in his ears:
"Bury'itce! EtiryiUce!
Clio furo bl'ii/1. Eurydice?"
When it was over, he slipped out,
not caring to spoil the effect of It liy
listening to anything mure. As hu
marched home, his pulses were beating
fust. The strains of "Enrydice" rang
in his oars. But the opening chords
of the symphony struggled with them
and overcame them. "Thus fate
knocks at the door," he repeated to
himself many times, and in n low voice
hummed tho notes. "Thus fate knocks
at the door," ho muttered, laughing a
Utile to himself, as he inserted his
latch-key, and opened the door of No.
13, Crane Street.
Ho found Lizzie in the parlor, seated
on a stool in tho very middle of tho
hearth-rug, and gazing upward at n
brown envelope whieh she had stuck
on the mantlepieco, in front of the
clock.
"Bernard," sho said, "there's a telegram for you." She scarcely turned
her delicate fair faco toward him as
she spoke, "It came almost the minute you'd gone, and I'm fairly dying
to know what it can be about."
He was very much surprised to seo
it himself, but did not say so, taking
it as if nothing could have been more
natural than for it to come.
"Why, U'b addressed to the warehouse," lie remarked. ''How did it
get hero ?"
"That boy, Robert Stansfield, from
the warehouse, brought it. He said it
came just as he was leaving, and he
thought you might liko to. have it. I
believe that boy would die, or do ntiy-
thinu for you, Bernard," she added,
watching him as he opened and read
the messngo without a muscle of his
face changing.
"James Whaley. solicitor, Yoresett,
to Bernard Aglionby, 16 Fence Street,
Irkford.—Your grandfather died suddenly this morning, aud your presence
here is indispensable. Oome to-morrow by tho train leaving Irkford at
2.15, and I will meet you at Hawes,
and explain."
"What a long one Bernard! What
is it all about!"
"A stupid thing which will oblige
mo to set off on a business journey tomorrow," he said, frowning a little,
speaking quite calmly, but feeling his
heart leaping wildly. Was it fate that
knocked ut tlm door? or was it "but a
bootless bene?"
Why did he not tell her, or read her
the telegram 1 It was chiefly because
of thoir conversation un Monday night
lsst. It was because ho know what she
would Bay if Bhe heard tho news, and
because, rough and abrupt though hu
was, ho simply could not endure to
hear her comments upon that news,
nor to listen to the wild and extravagant hopes which she would build
upon it, and which she did not hesitate
to express. Ho would havo laughed
long and loud, if anyone had told him
that his sense of delicacy, and of the
fitness of things, was flnor and more
discriminating than that of Miss Vane,
but it was a fact that it was bo,
(To In- Citiiinuml.)
SEaLED tensers
WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 12 M.,
MAY I5TH, 1882,
FOR FURNISHING
Two Hundred & Thirty-
two Thousand
(232,000)
GROSS  TIES!
ALONG THE LINE OF THE
Canadian Pacific Railway
BETWEEN
EMMY & BOARD INLET,
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     STiBVEYOK.
McCoIl't Store, Holbrook's Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO. HOMER,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. Dl
OFFICE-COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Ml-. J.Cuiimiiglmtn's Store.
RESIDeNOE—MERIVALE STREET.
Dr, Loftus E, Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Post-Offioe, Columbia Street.
Office Hodbs--Morning, from 11 to 1;
Evening, from 3 to 8.
C. J. LEGGATT,
Bar r ister-a t- Ln w
NOTARY PUBLIO,   ETO.
OFFICE—Next door to Uren's Photo.
Gallery, McKcnzio st., N ow Westminster.
A. T. D. MacEUEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia street, Opposite Hy
ack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
■JMaia-.
<iimiimi^a
..aaa-iMri
BROTHERS,
I
IMPORTERS
&
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND
(25,000' thereof shall be delivered
at Port Moody Station, or at points on
the line of said Railway between Port
Moody aiid Pitt River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (2$,-
ooo thereof shall be delivered at Pitt
River, or between Pitt River and
Kanaka Creek;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
000) thereof at Kanaka Creek, or between Kanaka Creek and Stave River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
000 thereof at Stave River, or between Stave River and Hatsic River;
Other Forty Thousand '40,000
thereof at Hatsic River, or between
Hatsic River and Harrison River;
Oilier Twenty-seven Thousand '27,-
0001 thereof at Harrison River, or between Harrison River and the lower
end of Maria Slough;
Other Twenty Thousand '20,000
thereof at the lower end of Maria
Slouch, or between said lower end of
Maria Slouch and Tunnel "C of said
Railway, which tunnel is about 15
miles below Emory's Bar;
Other Ten Thousand 10,000 thereof at said Tunnel "C," or between
said Tunnel "C" and Tunnel ")D,"
which latter tunnel is about 11 miles
below Emory's Bar;
Other Fifteen Thousand ' 15,000
thereof at Tunnel "D" aforesaid, 01
between said Tunnel "D" and Tunnel
"F" on said Railway;
Other Twenty Thousand 20,000
(hereof at the said Tunnel "F." or
between said Tunnel *'F" and Em*
ory's Bar, or at Emory's Bar,
All such Sleepers or Cross Ties
shall be delivered alongside the Railway and within Fifty feet of the centre
line of the track and shall be piled up
so as not to interfere with the work of
construction. The bottom of the pile
shall be as nearly as practicable on a
level with the grade of the railway
track; and the said pile shall be so
made as to permit of ready inspection
and counting; and wherever such
piles shall be made near water lines,
todies of water, or rivers, the same
shall be placed in such location that
the bottom of the pile shall in all
events be above the line of high
water.
It will be necessary to deliver at
least Fifteen Thousand < 15,000) ac-
ceptible Tics per month, from date of
entering Into contract, until completion of same.
Tics must be smoothly hewed or
sawed, free from all scorebacks, and
chopped or sawed square at both ends,
eight feet long, Hatted on two opposite sides to a uniform thickness of
six inches, the flatted surface being
not less than six Inches 011 either
side at the small end, and when sawed
they shall be eight inches in width
and six inches In depth.
All Tics must be of sound timber,
full size, and accepted by the Chief
Engineer of said Railway, or they
will not be paid for.
Ten per cent, will be reserved upon
payment of accepted Ties, until completion of contract, and Ten Thousand
Dollars ifio.owi approved security
required before signing contract. The
security or securities to be given must
be described In the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders tr, be addressed to the undersigned, Yale, B. C, and endorsed
"Tenders for Ties on Contract No.
92."
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLU MB! A   STKEET,
(Op|>, Coli.ti.nl HaUl)
N K W   W K RTJI1NS T K •
.•W Several good Farms for Snlo and to
Lease, no 10
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCH    NTS,
WHARF STRKKT, • VIl'TflKI.l.
-A.O-231TTS   FOB
North British and Mrrritiittl.-
Insurance t'n. Tor Mainland.
J
WHOLESALE
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
-Ana-
PROVISIONS,
WHAUFSTRFET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
H.C. BE£rO -J 3i    0-.
3(i Finanury Cli'cns,
London; K. C.
Having established TUistness in tlie above
Lines and by
mm IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We aro prepared to fill orders to tho
Trade in the following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
in
f?
WW    SCffEOri,!'
"WJLt^k^l&S
WHITE   LABOR
Oanadian Pacific Miaj
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers   . .Jjl'i"* 00  per month.
Rook Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 li* day
forth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
■ 1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
NOTICE OF
WILLIAM McCOLL
BrKfiR""TO T\Fon\t,flT?:,ftTTMFR-
mi<* pntroni that Itr Imp removed
his' Business to •
Fo^lr'onk's -ton'" MTMg
(J?EXT TO fe'fe r.ANI>i,
Wlibrp will he found, nr, usual*, n wm
plete assortment of
And ti fine line of,
Hrj
Masons 2 50 to
Blacksmiths, • 1st
olass   3 00
2nd
2 50
Blacksmiths,,
class ..,/..
3 50
2 00
2 00
1 78
Goods, ec
GfiOtiS,
its' Fta
Which will he sold at  the LOWEST.
POSSIBLE PRICKS for fash.
He thanks his friends for tlieir past
liberal patronage nnd hopes for a continuance of tlie same. mhl
H.W.HUGHES,
Blacksmith Helpers/;  1 50 to
Drillers  1 75 to
Laborers  1 50 to
Hewers, 1st class 3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 50
Scorers, 1st class 2 50
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line,   Board—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
General Manager.
Office ok the Contractoiw,
Canauian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1881.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
AGmxr-r -fob,
•Monti Weekly M»H tl 00
Tnrontn Weekly ni..!.-, 1 no
Miintrenl Hfrn.il * Weekly Stnr 1 00 .
Mnntrrnl Weekly WHiiee-* 1 10
Sclentitle  Aliicrlcnti  3 25
Prntlinli AmerlcAii-loiirnnl 3 00
Bun Fnti.niiri.ll.ill.Miii 2 IU)
Hnnirr'H MntTSKliia nml W»ekly. eucli 4 00
aiicli-v'ii l.mllM' H-.nk    2 00 ■
?nii Frniielwu Weekly Cnll (10 tinntw free*. 1 37
Vrmik l>il|o'i Pub1ir-jit.of.t-nt Pnblliilier'i Vrlm.
flUWi* Lift 2 CO
I.'clrllillnf T'e.IHv  2 ftfl
Lives nnd I'ortrnit* nfWivM of Preililenl" nf U.S.
Anil nny other t*npns nr M11.7nr.lnc1 nf Import -nc»
In tTn.iMlii or In lhe Unltc-i Statu. Tne Itiilletln
•"mis Hti*r it lot of rusettw nnd nlnnlH, vUil'lo nt Iho
Mrplmnii:'* Itiittlttite, Tlm iilmvc nre nll irVrr-tl at
the Minie pileeii elmi'!*''d liy ■itihllKtieiT. no th*
•.miner vnu apply the foonitr lhe paper trill nrfI?e.
Agent fur Wurlil PiiMlr-liiiiit On., (Inelph, Ont.
IIKXRY W. HIiUIIKft, Agnnr,
mltl New Went minuter, B. 0.
#2** Cliielim itrgntm—Lent nmtle. I'lirtlntl.'in* on
enquiry.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
ihm'i;\s\i.v.
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
»"
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• ,,t tin- M -ntrent, (tjl. K.) Miii'Ii-iiI In-ti-
ii lute rrn|.rietur "I the HI'INNKYVIIXK
IXKhMAKY,   WOtlltl   tmrrtt   rea-H-elfully   IllKtNH
hi** I'filli-nlH nml 1 In- ;iil|i,*t(,i| •.■mienillj, tlmt  he
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dis.
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ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L. P. FISHER'S
rsr xi w spapbk
A
DVERTISING
Rooms 20 and 21, Merchants' v.x-
climtKC, California St., b. V., Val.
Nn.-AnvEnTisisin solicited
, fur nil iiewn|inpers rmtillthed on ili,< I'-ieltlt*.
Ooarit, the Kmirinleli l»l mil-., I'olyncnln, MuxIciiii
I'oi'tM. I'Biiniiin, ValpiinilND, Jnpnii, Cliltin, Naw
Zeiilnn.l, tint AiiftiiiHnti Colnnien, Hid Ktwtero
Htntn*. mill Eui"|ie. File* of nmrly Mr-try newi*
]>n[ier |i.il*li*-he.i nn tint l-tirlUe Count are keiit
cmiMnnily un hnnd mid nil ndvottinem nru
iilli.wi'il tree iicet*!,** tu thein ilurini: 1i.iniiiei*t hmim.
Tin mt ti«ii Cnn-MM *.*•* In' kept t
ilHreof L. I'. FISHEK.
llloitt tht
0.1.
NEW WEST Ml
WATOHE8, CLOCK;. JEWELRY
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
Foil Sale.
Rai
X*KrX>£UC
To Disbasks, CoMrLAMTs «nd AoctDSim
which Hacyard's Yrllow Oil U ctjarai-
teed to cut. or relieve either ia HAM er
Beast.
TaUH lOTEMULir F0«
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORB THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, te,
APPLIED EXTUHAUV FM
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
C0NTRAC1I0NS\
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
Sr.FFJOINTS,
'.'HOST BITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXIXP4CK,
PAINInSIDEfM.
Every bottla eiiarentMG* to glv,
tion or money refunded.
OIIMTIMI WITH HCH loTTU. Pltll 9*0.
T.KIL3TI3«T & 00,P»prl»tori |
I'Ol'O.NTO, OST. "
8 fi
III klllile ol  IMIII ill
Mill    IUB.lt!
ETRUSCAN COLORIMC,
KuKaxt-tiit-n,
il -wi.uk ,is:w.
iSii-'/ERTuiTiti;:.
Bine.-  0
unil   Weililliu
HfKTlllI,-.
e"eT Watches   anil   Jewelry   carefully
ronnircil. Old floltl anil Silver bmigltt.
jny4tc
Every Man lo bis fitvn  m Incs
-A..   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'l*. COLONIAL 1I0TKI.I,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Phyalcliin-i* Prescriptions and Cam-
liy Recipes a Specialty.
N.  11. — Only Oenulne Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    inr2.H
AeT" rxavc your order for Sheet Music
and Music Books at T. 11. Pearson A Co.'s
—Adv.
"PS
A. ONDERDONK,
Contractor.
a.
BE OMS,
WRAPFSNG
r . B tr ?-
mm bags
ind a,!! other (Wis in the'Grocery am
SPECIAL  ATTENTION
Is called to the untternoted Goode, on
whluh tlio most MRKRALINDUCK-
MENTS will lie offered to the
Trade, as we are
SOLE
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
MOTS,  0RBT8,  IC, CtluuKCTED,
Loans Negotiated, and » General
Agency Business transacted.
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Phcnli fire Insurance Company or
Brooklyn, and the
Kqultatilc life Assurance  Society
of the United Stale*.
toLCHBiA anr.KT,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
P. O. Boa 40.
noon AS GOLU R\Ki\n rowii: R
Tlie Best and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being  the  Largest Size and Best
Tobacco.
OREGON
W
ingl flrnl MfinJi
OiiF.nO!) I'ki.sfi; wns foaled in Oregon;
will he li years old in May; is a dappled
gray: stands l"Jf hands high; weighs 1(176
lbs." at present, will "weigh about 1880 lbs.
during season* is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, and o powerful
homo in 'harness.. Ho waa sired by W.
Mycr's imported Pcrcheron — "White
Prince." OuEfios Prince won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and is the largest horse
on tho mainland of British Columbia.
TKRMS-lfO, m, and $20. Parties
from a distance sending marcs will be
entitled to free pasturage for ono month,
R. STEVENSON,
jnyUtc Chilliwhack.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THB—
LOWEST MARKET KATES.
BUSINESS, NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that tho Business heretofore oarried
on under tho name of B. W. Deano k Co.
on Columbia Stroot, New Westminster,
will from this date bo oarried on under
the name of TRAPP BROS., thoy having
.purchased tho above-named Business,
assuming all liabilities and collecting all
accounts duo the late firm.
TRAPP BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS diie tho late firm
of R. W. Deano ft Co. mnst Bo paid to
tho undersigned within thirty days from
the date of this notico.
TRAPP BROS.
March M, 1882. mh26
ie   n-rrih!i'-ef-
.,,,    ........         ele',,1 foultltlll
" .«i-f.-i*;jJ^«ft MM; Uiii'W-
C'.^es in tnittnrei yesra,
UK. MISI1K vri.li »»*.-, I" forfeit
fire Hundred Dollars ">r»ins. of
iiln kimi Un- Vital Restorative (under
liis s|,rcisl eilrii-i- umi trfiumeiit)willnot
i-iire, or tor nnvthi' ir iinnure nr Injurious
liiunil in It. DR. MIXTIK 'rents all Dlt.
><ne.s iMHTPHefililv "flllli'ltl meri'iirT
COnstlltatlOII free. 1'horonih rlaml-
ustli'U end allure. $5-00   I'liir o'Tltll
KcstoratiTe, S3 no » inmle, or four
limes ilip qniin'ity, $10-00] sent to nny
eililress n|,on rei-ei|itof prir-, ori) O D,,
.,-cnre Intra observation, nnd In privet,
nam.   If  desired, hy A. E. MINTIB,
H.n.
I'liose who cannot visit DR. MIXTIK
in Kan Prancl.eo phonlil send n full and
initiate sMiement ot their trouble, with
$2»00, nud in return n full rnnrne of
Medicine will be forntirded, securely
tmckeii. so ss not to exulte curiosity.
All orders lor meillci,*,. CI. O D. mult
he B.rom|ninii'd with $1 00 (ss a irusr-
aiilve of R-ood fnlth), whirh will be de-
dui-trd when th-' parkaKr Is shinned.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FIIKE-Sent on
itpnliustionhy letter st.itlnp symptom,,
.ex slid Htf,..' Conimnnlniliun. strh-lly
• iii.llliiiliiil Jal-31-ly
II Kearney aireel, Haa Fninrl.ro, cal.
Maple Ridge Municipality I
NOTICE TOJRATEPAYERS.
A COURT OF REVISION WILL
be held in the Public School-house, ] <
Manic Ridge, on the Oth day of May,
1882, ot 1 o'clock p. in., When person,
objecting to .their assessments will bo
heard.
JAMES WM. SINCLAIR,
Clerk to Municipality.
I Maple Ridge, March 13, 1882.    tnblS

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