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 Provincial
Eferfr Wednesday & Satnrdny,
— UT —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department throuoh T. R.
Pearson & Co's. Book & Stationery Store.
TtmlH-Ilylnill, San.veer, *I So fornin™.,
tl for 3 mo,.} noyaMo 111 Advance. Delivered
by OnvrJor or Aeunt, SI Jiiir rjunrter, paynljlo
nunrterly to Currier or Agent.
AG.SN.TB,
T. H. Nibben & Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison .v. Vale.
L, P. FISHER Atlvortlllilg Vent. 21 Merchant',
[•xclmiiire, Pen r'riknrlHco, Ik niitliuriac«l to receive
Ailvcrlhelnente fur tli[»,]iii|ier.
TUIC   BABCD    '• ee f'.iin'l en  ni,. nt
IHIO rArCn den. 1'. Ilinvell iO.i.'e
Ncwennecr Ailverllelii!! Huron,, (10 fip-nieo St.),
where nilverti.liiK centrncta mny Le nintle for it in
NEW V0I1K.
Ihe British Columbian.
Weiltii'Hitti.r iilornliiff, Auk. io, iwm.
.Scientific $ti$ccU*aui).
Among Sir Jolm Lubbock's nuts aro
Borne workers whicli must bo botweon
six and so von years df ago, mul queens
tfHiolf nro.certaiiily inn'ro than seven
years old und probably moro than
eight.
A native assistant surgeon tn the
British troops -stationed in Afghanis-
tun has found tho diluted juico of willow leaves to bo an effective substitute
for quinine in tho treatment of inter*
inittuiit fever.
A non-exhilarating tonic of the inhabitant!- of Ccntnil Africa is the Kola
nut, whiotua fnund to contain caO'einc
• —the essential principle of culTou—and
glucose, which sweetens it. It. will
freshen and siVccton tho foulest of
stagnant water.
At tho Oxford Univorsity observatory a survey is iu progress of the
relative brightness of all stars Visible
to the naked oyo in tho northern
•hemisphere". The wurk thus fur accomplished indicates that this part of
the heavens contains about five hundred stars brighter than the lifth
magnitude. •
It is stated, according to Mr. Lool;-
yer, the English astronomer, that the
Egyptians havo recorded 373 aolar nml
8112 lunar eclipses. Mr. Soekycr
thinks tho statement correct, as the
proportions are 'ixact, and the eclipses
of the sun and moon would reach the
respective numbers given in n period
nf twelve or thirteen centuries.
Herr Ilndas, surveyor to tho Finnish Government, hns carefully measured tho height of a hole whioh, according to authentic records, was
burod two inches above so'i-fovol ou
tho coast of Ostei'botten on Julie 25,
1755, aud finds that the coast at that
point has risen six and one-third feet
in the 127 years, or more than half an
inch a year.
A new oxploaivo called "dynfunogon"
is claimed by its inventor, M. Petrio
of Vienna, to bo superior in nearly
every respect to gunpowder — it is
eht.aper, safer und moro effective,
whilo it contains no substance which
can injure the guns. In view of the
unnounet.Mmmt uf so ninny new ami
greatly superior explosives it seems a
little singular that tho old-fashioned
gunpowder—first used nt a period so
remote that its origin cannot be traced
—should bo tlio chief dependence of
modern artillery.
Philosophers havo told us tbat all
onergy upon tho earth must havo been
brought into existence by solar action.
Prof. Milne, however, has called tho
attention uf the Scismological Society
of Japan to tho fact that one vast
mine of energy, quite independent of
the sun, has been overlooked—viz.,
the earth s internal beat. The surface
nutcroppings of this inexhaustible
nupply of forco—found in volcanoes,
hot springs, and the like—may bo
readily employed to generate electricity, which may bo transported to
neighboring cities and put to practical
Horvico,
It hns been shown by Prof. Loomis
that more rain falls on tlie eastern
than ou the western sidu of continent!,.
This is truo everywhere except iu the
higher latitudes. Thus the average
rainfall nt San Francisco is only from
n half to a third as great in quantity
as on the coast of Pennsylvania; anil
the same or even more striking difference may be found by comparing Morocco with tbo Chinese const, and the
west with the oast coasts of South
Africa, Australia aud South America
—tho comparisons being in each Cast)
made bo tween points having tho same
latitude.
Tho proportions of Bftlt in the water
* of tho ocean varies greatly in different
localities.   M. de la Gryu has made a
\  series of observations on tho subjoct.
iu which- -among many interesting results— he has found that tlie saltuess
diminishes rapidly as ft cuivst is approached, duo probably to tho freshening by rivers discharging into the sea.
The gait also lessens on the approach
i   of Icebergs:   Theso facts would seem
'   to have nn iniDortant bearing on navigation, as in bad weather testa of tho
saltness of tho sea-water might enable
tho manner to avoid running into unseen coasts or icebergs.
Duriug a total eclipse of its surface
tho moon assumes a copper-red color,
whioH gradually fades away its' tho
oclipso progresses. Mr. W. Mattiou
Williams accounts fur this curious
phenomenon by supposing that tho
illuminated portion of the lunar surface, lacking thu protection of an
atmusphore, must bo umdo red-hot by
tho sun's rays. Only a thin layor of
the moon's substance is ao heated and
■when tlie sun's rays nro withdrawn it
rapidly cools, causing tho fading away
of tho rod 'color when in the shadow
of tho   earth.   If his   hypothesis, is
■..correct, Mr. Williams believes that
tbo surface tomporaturo of tho bright
aide of tho moon must bo about COO
degrees.   Of   course  tho   dark sido
rmust bo intensely cold, so quickly
dues, the heat puss into space after tlie
sun disappears. On tlio whole, tho
moon    must    bo   an   unco in for table
'.world.    -
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IG, 1882.
NUMBER H
(Dnr f-Stoni.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
"Bernard only stayed two or three
days at Irkford' long enough to choose
und take a house, nnd to givo Lizzie
carte blanche us to the furnishing of it.
Ho said he would go and see after
Scar Foot being brightened up u little,
nud Miss Vane- said yes, that was n
very good idea. If she wanted him
sho was to sond for him, he snid; and
Lizzie said yes, sho would. He would
in any case bo suro to come and sne
her before. April, he added; aud Lizzie
snid yes, indeed, she hoped ho would;
only ho was to be sdje and let her
know before he didcomo, which ho
promised.
He called to nee Percy, and thought
his old friend wns stiff und uiigcuial.
He went to Messrs. Jeiikinson &
Sharpe's warehouse, and found his old
friend Bob Stunstield there, looking
very pale and overworked. Aglionby
carried him off with him to Scar Foot,
and said ho hud bettor learn to be a
furmor. Ho returned to Scar Foot
in tho middle of January, found Mrs.
Bryco there, and greeted her with tho
words:
"Aunt, it ia good tu be at homo
again."
When Judith and her Bister left
Danesdale mi tlie night nfter tho ball,
thoy drove home without oxqbariginij
a syllable, Judith waa for once too
absorbed in herself and her own concerns to notice her companion.
Delphine had folded her cloak
around her, and crunched, as if exceedingly weary, into one corner of the
carriage. With hor faco turned toward
the window away.from Judith, sho remained motionless, voiceless, until at
last they arrived at Yoresett floiiBC.
It took a long limq before llhoda could
bo roused from hei" sleop by the parlor
lire, to let them in. At lust she opened the door to them, and they went in
aud paused iu the great bare stone passage. Tlieir candles, stood there, and
a lighted lamp.
"Well," said Rhoda, yawning, and
rubbing Iter eyes. "What sort of a
party was it i"1'
Delphine made no reply, but lighted
her candle.
Ithoda was too sleopy to bo very determined shout receiving an answer to
hor question, nnd still stood rubbing
lior eyes and inarticulately murmuring
that it must be vory late.
"Good-night!" observed Delphino,
with a shadow of her usual shadowy
smile, and drawing her white cloak
about her, her white figure flitted up
tho stairs.
Then lirst it was that Judith began
to remark something unusual in Del-
phino's behavior. She said nothing,
but contented herself with tolling
IMinda, who had summoned up animation enough again to enquire what sort
of a party it was, that it was very large
and very brilliant, and that she was
too tired to say anything about, it to-
night—slio would tell her to-morrow.
Thereupon she put a candle into the
sleepy maiden's hand, and with an indulgent smilo bade her go. She would
follow when sho had looked round tho
house.
It camo as something soothing, after
the powerful agitation of the past
hours, to go, candle in hand, through
all tho dark, cold passages, trying the
doors, ami seeing that ail was locked
up. Then she put out the lamp in the
parlor, and took her way upstairs, She
entered her awn room, which, as has
been said, opened into Delphiuo's,
though they both had doors into the
landing. Tho first thing that struck
Judith was that this door between
their mums was shut. Tho shut door
chilled her heart. Sho put her candle
down and stood still, listening. A
silence as uf the grave greeted her,
Delphine could nut, iu less than ton
minutes, have taken off her finery and
jot into bed, and gone, to sleep—ergo,
she must bu sitting, or standing, ovat
nny rate waking, conscious, living, iu
that room, behind that closed door.
Dread snijEod Judith's heart, Thev
wore accustomed to undress with tho
partition-door upon, walking iu and
out of each .other's rooms, chatting ot
silent, as the caso might be, but never
debarred either from entering Ihe
other's chamber. And they always
loft the door opon at last, and exchanged a good-night before going to
sleep. What did this miserable, this
unnatural closed door moan 1
*'I wonder—I hope—surely it js not
anything that Randulf Danesdalo has
said!" speculated Judith, in great un-
oasiuoBB. She began to uudruss, but
that closed door importuned her. Still
not a sound from within. She beguu
to question herself as to,what sho was
to do, To get into bed aud take no
notice of Delphino was n sheer impossibility. When she had taken off her
beautiful frock, and hung it up and
put on her dressing-gown, nnd taken
her hair-brush in her hnnd, sho could
boar it no longer. If uny sound from
within had readied her, she could have
endured it, but tho silence remained
profound as evor. She put tho brush
down,- stoppod across the room, and
knocked softly attho dour. No reply.
Another knock, aud "Dolphine!"
She had to knock again, und uguin
to cry "Delphinel" and. then hor sis-
tor's voice, calm and composed, said:
"Woll?"
"May I not como in und say goodnight r
A slight rustle. Then tho door wbb
opened—a vory little, and Dolphine
stood on tho othor side, Btill fully
dressed, and without lotting Judith in,
said "Good-night," and bent forward
to kiss her,
Del, what is this'" ashed Judith,
in grout distress. "What is the mat-
tor V
(Huu  t'l-iuth   I'll;,''*.)
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps nnd Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
Government Street, Victoria,-!!. C.
Contractor and Builder.
FIAKS 011(1 Sl'Iifll'ICATIONS (JAKE-
(TRY MADE OUT.
ALSO AOKST  FOR THE
Asphalt Roofing Company.
Tliis ii tho BEST ami CHEAPEST
Rooting now in uso. Cnll nnd examine
nioilcl roof.
iST Shop corner of Mackenzie k Chirk-
son Streets, Now Westminster.    np!2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
.(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £2,000,000 Slci-llni:
Risks accepted at   Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C, BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia .St., New "Westminster.
~s7h7webb,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New V/ssfMiNSTEn, B.C.
S.iw rime,  Rur fittiy-a,   uhk.
SMITH.  41 .TTLKKY  «.HOI \l>,
SOMSUBtS ,SH.mi*I.\l.f>,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I innrclltiH lleiithil, nn-] <;<>iirrnl lti-ii'ifr-
liter neatly done.
ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools.'rind everything
required by a Sportsman, Rim.ks, Shot
Cons, Rkvoi,vi;ks, and Fishiso Tackle
for sale. (12*17
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
au Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
whieh makes tliu Oil a protection against
explosion.
Oim* Ordinary Hiirncr gives a (Brilliant) Light equitl to Ti'ii Candle
lights 1
Its Sdor is not offensive.   The Rcaeon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM  SMOKE & SMELL
In point of Keonoiny, the Beacon Light
Oil is
MS*  KX1'K\SBVI'.  TBM.\ OTIII-.lt OILS.
The Consumer burning one light—for
Four Hours—will not consume over One
Gill, or uni! thirty?&ccoiul part of a Gallon, whieh dues not tax this Consumer
more than Two Cents for n whole night.
OPPKNHMER BROS.!
fel Solo Agents, Victoria, B.C.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T,R, Pearson & Co,, Agents,
NRW WKSTMIXSTER.
Resources or lint Cmiipnny as at
31st December, ISSI.
I. SnliKcribcil Capitol—
l'niil-up f BOO.OOO   0   0
Uncalled   1,300,000   0   I)
(AT BRUNETTfi MILLS.)
HAVING  ENGAGED   THU  SEI!
viuus of  Mr.   Jas.  Sl'IBIW, nml
fitted our Shop with a set of first-class
Tools, we nre in a position to turn out
the best (nullity of work in this line.
my 13 DuBliCK BROS, k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
PilOM
HEATH0EFS
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
At   VICTORIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the neiy Oddfellow Hall, Col
tuuliiast., New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1S50.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTOHER,
Nearly Onpusltc tlie Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER
mill'! LAMEST  AND   CHOICEST
J.    assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fain
ilicsj Restaurants, ami .StoamhoataaL tin
LOWEST POSSiTJLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AXD—
MUSICAL IISTRUIfflTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books to Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS V-ARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine A'tssortiiH'nt; from ^25 to §00,
—AT—
BAtiNALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOYJBItSTOT STUl'KT,  YICT0III.1.
J.  BAGNALL,
riASoroKTii&OuiJANTu.siautRKi'An:!:!:
SEVEfl THOUSAND!
ACEES
DYKED LAFBS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PKICES.
liberal Terms of Payment given lo
llonn lldc Seiners.
Thetiu Ijimla :iro of oxoollcnt (jiin'lity,
nml a largo portion of thom is ri'uily for
tlie ploliyli.
WOODS ,t TUllNUli,
New \VontmiiiBtei',
E, JT. JOHNSON,
Victorin,
Or C. 11. S\YORl\
ROYAL  CITY
i'2,000,000   0   0
If. Fire Fund—
Reserve ■£8*44,570 10 11
Premium Reserve. .*ll9,»r)l   7   0
Tin lance of Prof it and
Losa Account    fi4,3(f7   7   1
,tl,218,ll>3
14
0
III. LifoFuud-
Acou in ul u toil
Fluid   of    tile
Lifo limncii..n,112,fi!)0
.7
8
Accumulated
.Fllndof the An
nuity Bnuieli..     39o,filo
,1
4
.C!l,o0S,10o
li
0
IV. Kcvcnuo for tho Ycnr 1881—
Fire    Urunch —
Vreniinnis and
Interest £1.02-1,400
HI
11
I.ifoand Annuity
Uranelics  IVo-
mimm and In
terest      .178,82.-1
II
3
n,17                       £l,603jS80
11
2
PATENTS
Wo continue to act as Solicitors for l';it
onta, Uaventej Trade Marks. Cppytiglits,
etc., for Lhe United States, CaiiadaJ'Cii)ial
Ehglaiid, franco,   On-many, oto.    Wo
have had thlrl^Avof can experience.
Patents obtained tlyougll us tire noticed iu the SeiKNTinc AtiKiiuus. This
large nud splendid illustrated weekly
paper, 53.20 ii year, shows the Progress
of Science, is very interesting, nnd has
nu enormous oiroulation. Address,
MUKN k CO., Patent .Solicitor*, Pub
Ushers of SnKN'rii'tf! .-\mi:iu(*an, 37 Park
How, Now York. Hand book-about Pat-
cuts sent free. do 14
X^i^y-^:'ii-^^^-
■i: MM ■>'■ ■■"• '.i''"-1 , i*o«iii.v
■A-"'iRhK'tJi ■"■'    •"""
**hv*iriWSi:3  K«nrt;Acli.
Iy roronimciulcrt
ifiHiit.'siH'.s*-,
\  PlttHl-JIeWV*! k.-icnii-Aciii'.   •Ton*
,   -A i-.u-    -""■ ■.'.iv.niiii.indteffr
5 v'-, i^i'l !ti.!i. E>;.f7.!'•<■*•*, Hraribtirii,
.v"'" *■•■-■*'5 ,ki   fiivailt,   Drtiss ol'Ai>'
- -■-■■■. _« „ jj.p^ j'nindiwi \a\m of
.i**!-'*')',   ,i. :r r-hnnaclt, JLlvcr <!«m-
nl;iinl.er,*ii!\ illn* --iiiriMiu; from iho8(om-
wh, Ktnv* '■ of !;i;!.:i',l t.   OMu-y aro enfe.
:i!'il .1 !tli    -i-'iii. Imirsf.-aoiii i'foailtoli
""•■**': ",-■-. PER ROX.
run
CD,,
LIMITED1
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—am, jiiwciurriosK or—
Rougli k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
riiiiiliigi Scroll-Sawing, Turn*
Ins. Ktinnliis,
And nil kinds of WOOD-I'tNISHINO,
exocuted to order with tliu
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERV.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   a   0.
JOHU HENDEY,
Manaoeti.
J. H. PLOCEI CO.
IMrOTtTHJfS ASO DKALKKS IX
STOVES,
BANGES,   toC, toO..
House Furnishing Qo ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
tho LOWKST MARKET RAXES.
Tinware manufactured on the nroini-
fen.   Jobbing promptly attended to,
ISDIJEUOHK'.S STO\i; III ll.MSU,
Jfcw YVcNlmliiHlor.
CO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
T-)OOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   iloscription mado to order, and re-
jmired, fruiii- an
INFANT'S   SHOE
—TO    A—
JMLea-ISTE!    JBOOrS?.
The highest CASH prico paid for HIDES
JAMES EOTJSSEATJ,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Qpra&iTK tuk Bank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'If.
t Old BnoAii St. nnd 10 l'.M.i, JIaij,
UINDON.
INSTITUTED 1800.
FOR lNfUJIUNtl HOUSES * 0UHER
BllildiligB, QooilB, AVi.its, Mereliiiii-
ilise, MlDlllfnotarillB nud Fiumllig Stook,
Ships in Port, llirlmr or Hu.it, mid tin-
Cargoooofsucli \ ossels : nlso, Ships building mid roiMiiruig, Llargoa and oilier Vessels on navigable rivers and nmiiU, nm1
Goods oil biuird such Voscola, thrrnighout
Groat Britain and lrolttiid and in Po'roigii
Countries.
FIIIDI LOSS Oil DAMAGE itV K1IIK.
StlbsoHbed and Invested Capital,
=£1,(300,000 STG-.
KtitCHof rrcntlum and o_vbi*y information cab he obtained on application to
IV. ,1. AltKSTKOXtJ,
Agont for ifow W»stiniii3tor,
COLONIAL
HOTEL
WILUMBIA STBEET,
New  "Westminster, B. C.
H
AYING rrucirASKn AXD
Completely rofdjuin.-ihed and
otherwise greatly improved this
Mell-hnnwii cHtablisliincnt, I lmvo
the pk'iisurc to announce that it is
now
For tho ruccption of Guests.
Co'nviently" located nnd well appointed in every departnicut,  witli
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it wilt be found in every
respect the best, na it is the-IargcBt
ami most commodious,. Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
SQJ
Department is under ilie very best
iniinagemeutrboth as regards or/isrsE
and atteiidanee, and partiea deaiiing
them can lmvo comfortable Pl'lTfttO
IHlllll^'-ltOOmH, iritliapecial atten-
BAK noom
Is atopked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, arid tho best brand-: of
Cigars will always bo kept on hand.
Thu
BILLIARD BOOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Sti*..\iu.i.'s Pati'.xt
CUSHION TABIDS,   tho best in
it-TT flood attendance and wodor-
ata^Wrgcs.
J. E. INSLEY,
PnorniKTon & Makaqb«.
April 4, 1SS2. ap5
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURUARD       INT.ET.
Newly Ouilt ntid Bfowly Furnlslicd,
hiinrc aifd Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commnmlfi an unbroken view  of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   1'acilie
Hallway.
SUM'S   OF   UOOII*   iou   rmiiH*.
it^r Visitors and tourists will find it a
quiet ami pleasant fasting place.
The- sralo of charges will be found to
lie strictly nuklemtu.
Good titabling on the promiiws.
JOSEPH   MANNION.
I'iiornirToii.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENOB'S ltnitH'E,
On Sunny Sido oi Thompson River.
mill!   ABOVE   HOTEL   IS   NOW
I    noon for tho ncotitrunodation of tlio
I'ublii', nnd  (lio. pnnirietor will nndi'nviu'
tq imam o fair slmro nf putronago.
Tho vory host o't Winks, llQCons and
Clii.vlm will always lio korifc.
C.   MORTON,
July 1, 1881. anil
AYRSHIRE_ BULLS!
rpllH   DNPBH3T0-SED   EAS   FOE
I   saloon roasonublo termso fow half-
bred Ayrshire yoni'Ilng Bulls, ohm! bv tho
'J'bnivuiriib™! Ajrahtre Bull
xsxrjE'JE'isiaarB!',
The dnnia bi'iilfi clioion   Hairy cows,
jell
A. S. VKDDKli.,
Sum.-u
IOTICE.
Jfor gab ex Icr-lknt.
SRICKS FOR SALE.
rnllK SUUSCRIUKR HAS A KILN
_I. of excellent bricks for aale cheap,
delivery anywhere.
Tl McKAY.
itfew "\\f'est]nin3t'er1
June 24, 1881* . jn25
FOR   SALE:
mHE FOLLOWINfJ:-
15 Fat HogB,
13  Small Hoys,
I   White Cheater Boar,
A number of Horses,
1 Cutting Box,
1   Platform Bcdla (capacity 1,000?,
Also-for sale or lease—the premise?
lccently oeeupiud  by me.
To be Hcen on application to
"ff. J. FRENCH.
New Went., July 4, 1882. jyfl
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Eiverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN wnojt.ii Oil PAKTs
pionTAxswa thhek hundred'
V.y ncres DykudLaml, of which 250acres
could easily bo put under crop for next
season,
WITH WIUIIl.' SO FKET FIIONT, nnfl
AMI'I.K 11.11!\ AMI  (ITIIKK
BI1ILD1XU    A CO 0)1 MO DAT I OH.
Apply to
C. 11. SWORD,
Riverside.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
THE FAKM GONRISTS OF 320
Acros, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of wliich a pari
is suitable for crop. It ia situated about
II miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—75 Milk Pans,  Chum, nnd all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also--20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. Li ANBERRON,
apfttc Nicola Lakn.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
Stjrt'Al'.LE FOR
Church or f arlor.
A G-OCTAVE Mas-on&Hanp
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hit-
inona. grand organ, ami knee swell, 8
Btops. Tliis organ is now used in tbo
Methodist Church, and ia sweet toned
and in good order. Will bo sold for ?150
cash, as it i" intended to procure a more
powerful one. Tliis is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T.R. PEARSON & CO.,
Stationers it Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster.
FOR SALE;
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACHES    IMrSOTED!
135   Acres  ruder  timothy t
mi-IE UNDERSiaNED OFFERS for
.1. Sale, on favorable terms, his Bjiloil-
did l-'arin, situated on the North Arm,
J4 miles fi-om the City of New Wcstmin-'
ater and Mithin four niiles of the Town
of Granville, the
RAILWAY   TMfltfUg.
The Farm contains1 .151 acres of ricli
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
drained and freo from overflow at All
.seasons.
There fli'd
•im   Ad:i:s   i*til*»ovs:i».
Of which 135 acres arc under timothy j
and the remainder; under oats, root crops
ami pasture.
There is a! pood bearing or hard and n
splendid spring of pure water.
Thoro arc a comfort able dwelling, two
don Mi: barns 120x15 feot, together with
shorts and othor out-buildings.
Tin*- Knnu is well stocked with horses,
cattle, pigs, ke., and with tlio most improved ngiii-tillural iinplemoliti and machinery, including n■ "(.font Reaper."
Tho property fronts on thoNorth Ann,
and thoro U a wharf (not quite flii'shcdj,
nflbrdtng osbollont landing fM.* 'stonM-sHi
XhQre is ao bcticr fann iu tho country,
and ii fo in a condition to pay a largo
profit on the investment &*nTO the lirst.
The l-'arni will be sold with or without
the livestock.
For parMonlara apply on the premises
or by post to
HUGH  MAGEE'.
iw West., July 4, 1882.
jyy
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L. P. FISHER'S
3ff ES TfRr SS 35? A. 3E» 33 H.
s :d vkktisiistg
II -es- wa ]***«£ ac2 »r
Rooms 20 and 21. Morelinnts' Ex-
change, I'nlil'oi'iiiit Si,, S. K,, fttl.
jsr.
T>KRS0NS HAV1NO CJ-AIMS A- h
1" gaiHsttho Kstato'oftholfltc \V H. ■
l.owe'-i.v licralty-roquosted to lodge par- i'
tJoularaoftto.waWTrtth It; b. CAWS- L
TON of O.ioyooH Lake, H. 0.
duly 38, ISSfc. |y21)-lm ,
11.~AI>VEUT1SIN« SOMClTKb
rn- nil new-sjiai-ci-;' pul,li''ln-1 I'll tii" I'iiHUc
io BmiclwIrJi IslniuU, t'olvnialii, MoxiWli
'iHuunii, YnlpiiftilHP, Jft|inn, Olilna, New
Ui.« AnthiUlnn Oolont'si, tin- Knisteru.
iid Kumvc. Pilw ornearly orery nowff-
tl<- Ch'l nci- kctii
h-<
nil
it l.i
mIki ^jjyjUjjj^
MMM.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
"Stauo Line .W. Aqili
Fisheries Exhibition. .A. 0. Anderson
Merchant Tailor  .W. Elson
lite gvitislt Columbiim,
Wednesday lEoming. Aug. Iu, Is*;.
A Paternal (ioveriniiciit 1
In furincr nrtrolos we pointed out
tlio obvious duty of   the  Govern,
ment in presenco of the disastrous
flood by wbicb tbe lives of settler
were ondangeted anil "fair property
destroyed; and it was shown how
utterly that duty was disregarded.
This much must   bo said  for the
Government, tliat thoy appear determined to be consistent in their policy
of heartless disregard for the people's
interests and  wishes.    While fiiiiu-
lies were driven from their homes,
compelled to seek safety ami shelter
in the forest and to see their household goods and in some instances
their cattle destroyed for lack of
that aid which a internal Government would not have failed to extend to them under tbe circumstance!, the Government were quietly
enjoying their case and their fat sa
laries at the capital, gloriously remote from the people !   After all
was over and tlio waters had abated,
.the inhabitants of   the devastated
locality   appealed   to tho Government to repair that portion of tbe
trunk road which had been destroyed,
and to send a competent engineer for
the purpose of reporting upon the
practicability of a system of dyking
which would protect the lands from
similar inundations in  tho future.
Tliis most proper request theGovevn-
ment treated with silent contempt!
And what is the consequonce 1   Tbe
people in that important settlement
aro left utterly destitute of bridges
and with the trunk voail in  many
places impassable,  and if they get
about at all it is at tbo risk of life
and limb.    In former issues of this
journal several hairbreadth escapes
have been chronicled.   Today we
tell of another nccident owing to the
absence of a necessary bridge, whereby a whole family came 'near losing
their lives.   And while all this cruel
neglect is  being practiced towards
these settlers, what are the Government doing I   They are deliberately
disobeying tho emphatically expressed verdict of the people, given ot
the polls last mouth, nnd sinking
the Provinco deeper nnd deeper in
financial difficulty by pushing forward upon a most unbusinesslike
and uneconomical plan a work which
tho vox populi ordered them to stop !
While refusing to expend a comparative trifle in order to supply an urgent and absolute necessity in nn important settlement—while, iu fact,
refusing to deign even a reply to a
civil ond most proper request from
a largo body of settlers, thoy arc, in
violation of tlio constitution and in
direct opposition to the will of the
people, squandering tens of thousands upon a work nt hest but a
luxury—a work which even their
own organ has admitted  can  never
bo a cent's worth of benefit to the
great body of the taxpayers I While
closing eye and ear to the wants and
wishes of tho people tbey are piling
expense upon the dock, as if  with
the fixed purpose of committing the
country beyond all possibility of retreat I   Those Ministers  should bo
impeached.   The  Governor should
exercise his   latent prerogative in
order to put a stop to so glaring a
violation of the spirit of the constitution.
blem theso people are solving. And
tliey aro not inapt students either.
In a word, taking the average of
mon and of work, one of our own
race will accomplish fully as much
as two of these Mongolians. Nor
are tho latter moro easily managed.
The theory that they are loss prone
to acts of insubordination, less liable
to combined recaleitration, to "striking," has been oneotoally exploded.
It is found tliat instead of being
less given to that sort of thing, they
are more. Altogether, therefore,
employers of labor, more particularly tliose engaged in railway work,
aro beginning to realize that Chinese
labor is the dearest after all. If
the subject be regarded from a patriotic standpoint it will be found that
the balance against that class of
labor is still greater. It was with
pleasure that we read the following
announcement in a Victoria contemporary i "We understand that Mr.
Reed, agent for the railway contractors, will leave here on Monday next
to engage white labor for the building of the sections of the Canada
Pacific P.ailway in this Province."
It has always been matter of surprise to us that the Provincial and
Dominion Governments were so
shorted sighted as to allow this important labor question to drift into
its present position. They were
forewarned, and the exact results
now so generally deprecated and so
very inimical to the best interests of
the country were foretold with remarkable accuracy. Had the Government even entertained Mr. On-
derdonk's very liberal offer of $250,-
000 towards bringing just the right
class of labor from the Old Country,
how different matters would have
beon in this respect today. But
tbe Provincial Government neglected
their duty. They did not even take
the trouble to impress the Dominion
Government with the fact that Columbia was suffering, or wns likely
to seller loss from tbo employment
of Chinese labor upon tho railway
works; and the consequence was that
when Mr. Onderdonk made the oiler
the Minister had no idea tlmt Columbia had a Cliinse grievance
Chinese Labor.
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR!
OTTOS   SQUARE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
HAVING   JUST RECEIVED AN
extensive Stock of New and Fashionable GOODS, I will be glad to receive
orders, which will be promptly executed
and
SW GOOD FIT GUABANTEED.Ta
Terms strictly cash.
aulO
W.ELSON.
THE "RELIABLE"
Stage Line!
BETWEEN
NEW  WESTMINSTER
GRANVILLE,   B. I.
STAGES OF THIS LINE WILL
leave tho Colonial Hotel overy
morning at 9 a. m. for Granville and way
point..
Returning everyaftorooon from Dkiimi-
ton's Hotel, reaching New Westminster
about 5 p. m.
Merchandise and Express matter carried at lowest rates. Small parcels free,
Orders should be left at the Colonial
Hotel.
FARE-to Granville, $1.00; to Hastings Hotel, iiO cents.
W.   AQTJI.
August 12, 1882. aulO
That Chinese labor is nasty goes
without saying. Is it choap 1 The
Columbian has always held that it
is not. Tlie railway contractor now
realizes that it is not. The most
cursory dbsorver passing along the
railway works will seo that it is not.
Look ot that Chinaman how lazily
he plies the shovel. The average
housemaid, with brush and dust-pan,
would remove as much dirt in a day.
Keo that lazy fellow how delicately
lie swings tho pick. To disturb the
smallest possible body of dirt ot a
blow would appear to be his study,
'['lion look at that group of a dozen
tugging and toying nt a boulder.
Tbey have spent tlio best part of an
hour over it, and have done no
more than two good stalwart Anglo-
Saxon workmen would accomplish
in ten minntos. Evory stroke, evory
movement nays "by tho day, by the
day," as plainly ns if tlio words
wore printed' in largo lottors. How
to put in the day by doing the least
work   would  appear  to he the pro-
Is It Sot
Rumor of smallpox amongst the
Chinese employed on the railway
works below Yale has been rife for
some time, but wo have been very
reluctant to give tongue to the
rumor. It is extremely difficult to
get nt tho root of the mutter—.thero
uro so many interested in concealing
the fact, if fact it be. Tho Chinese
themselves are wonderful adepts at
covering up such matters. Wo have
been assured that a case occurred
on board one of tho ships which
brought over a cargo of Chinese this
season, and that, in order to nvoid
being quarantined, the victim was
packed up neatly iu a box beforo tho
ship landed, and so they succeeded
in eluding the health officers at
Victoria. We have been informed
that smallpox has been in some of
the Chinese camps below Emory,
but that the fact has been carefully
concealed from the authorities as
well ns from the contractor. It is
stated that at least one sick Chinaman was deftly hid away on the
approach of the doctor. Now, wo
would not bo understood to assert
that smallpox does absolutely exiat
amongst these people—we sincerely
hope all rumors looking in thnt di
rection may turn out to be groundless. But we do say that sufficient
ground exists for instituting a rigid
investigation, so that if there is
smallpox, proper measures may be
adopted for preventing its spread;
and if there is none, the fact may
be authoritatively proclaimed in
order that the public mind may be
reassured. At present men are
occasionally leaving what aro alleged'
to he infected camps, going to various parts of the country and mixing
promiscuously with the people.
Now, we should be sorry to give
rise to unnecessary alarm or subject
any ono to the slightest inconvenience ; but it must be sufficiently
obvious that if smallpox really does
exist onywhore along the line of
railway it is not in the true interest
of the country or even the contractor, or indeed tlio Chinese themselves, that it should be concealed—
covorod up only to become general.
It ia better that the truth should be
known nt once, and prompt ond
effective measures adopted for pre-
venting the spread of the terrible
dinenso.
TIIE GREAT INTERNATIONAL
FISHERIES EXHIBITION,
LONDON   1883.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS RE-
X ceived instructions from the Minister of Marino nnd Eishurics to promote,
by all means in liis power, the objects
connected with the exhibition to ho
opened in London, Mny 1st, 1883. The
nature of the exhibits doairal is explained
in the circular notices, which will shortly,
be issued. A Committeo of the Hoard of
Trade has kindly undertaken to assist in
securing tiie successful accomplishment
of the important object in view; ami the
co-operation of tho public to ensure a
display which will bo- creditable to the
Province will, it is trusted, be cordially
afforded.
STORAGE IN VICTORfA will be
provided for articles consigned to the
care of the undersigned, and tho requisite
forms of entry supplied.
Tho early attention of intending exhibitors is requested. Communications
on tliis subject addressed to the undersigned to be endorsed Fishkkies Exhibition.
ALEX. C ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries, B. C.
Viaoria, 12th Aug., 1882.        aul6
FINAL NOTICE I
NEW   WESTMINSTER
"-ANI''—
PORT MOODY.
STAGES WILL LKAVfi THE OCCIDENT HOTEL, New \Ybstmis-
stki., every day, at 0 a. m.
RETURNING,   will  leave   PORT
MOODY at 3 p. m.
First-class   Stages,   and    everything
necessary for the comfort of Passengors.
Also, a gootl Covered Carriage for hire
any hour, day or night.
Orders should be left at the Occident
Hotel.
R. STEVENSON,
auOtc Proprietor.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAND  HEADS,   FRASER  RIVER.
THE BUOYS OP THE SANDHEADS
Channel have been relayed, and
throe additional (spar) Buoys have been
placed in position, Entering the channel steer south of and close to No, 1, and
pass all the blaok buoys within half-a-
uahle distant. The additional buoys are
placed as follows: — One painted red
(howitzer) is on south sido of channel and
opposite to No. 2 buoy; ono painted
black, placed between Nos. 2 and 3; ami
a similar one botween Nos. 6 and 7. Opposite to this auxiliary buoy is placed ou
south sido of channel a red bnoy. The
channol at this place is one cable in
width.
The shoalest places are near to Nos. 2,
5, 0, 10, 12 and 13 buoys. The least
water found is 8 feet at low water Summer Spring tides.
F. REVELY, Agent.
Dept. Marine k Fisheries,
Victoria, B.C., 7th August, 1882. au!H3
I
NEW WESTMINSTER. 1. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlio Oity,
THE CUL1XARY DEPARTMEXT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased tho abovo Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Bleeping Apart-
meiltK are under the superintendence
■of Mus, Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably' furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, fo
provided for tlm use of guests.
THB   BAB
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liqcoiis, Ckiahs, 4c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Pbopkiktor.
COLLEGIATE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, It. C.
""NT OTIC* 353
T HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF
1. my branch Furniture Storo in New
Westminster to Mr. John G. Bunte, who
is authorized to collect alt outstanding
debts, and will pay all liabilities in connection therewith.
I take this opportunity of thanking
iny customers for thoir liberal pntronugo
in tho past, and trust the same will bo
extended to iny successor.
The business in Victoria will bo continued as usual by the undersigned.
JACOB SEHL.
Now AVest., Aug. 2nd, 1882.
HAVING MADE ARRANGE*
ments for leaving British Columbia in two weeks, this is to request all
thoso whoso accounts are still unpaid to
call and settle the same meanwhile, thereby saving lawyers' fees.
This is a final notice.
J. \V. HOWISON.
New Westminster, Aug. 11,1882.    aul2
TENDERS__WANTED.
TENDERS  WILL BE RECEIVED
up to tho First of September, 1882,
for cutting a Ditch and constructing a
Flume in tlio Municipality of Richmond.
Tho lowest or any tender not neces-'
sarily accepted.
Specifications may lie seen nt T. R.
Pearson k Co.'s, New Westminster.
aul2 SAM. MILLER, C. M. C. I
FOR  SALE:
A GOOD FARM, CONTAINING
. 153 acres; 14 ncres chopped and
burnt; ami a good Frame House. Situated 2 miles from Maple Ridge P. O. and
5 miles from Fort Langley.
For information apply to
WILLTAM McADAM,
Maple Ridge,
Or to
EDWARD MfjAPAM,
aul2 Nicola Valley,
Eureka Silver Mining Co.
(x.xiKEXT-nEix-».)
AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL
Meeting of tho Eureka Bilvor Mining Company {Limited) will he held nt
the Office of the Company in New WeBt-
minuter, on TUESDAY, Tim 2lrrn DAY
OF AUOUST, 1882, nt 7 o'clock p. in.,
for the purpose of taking into consideration a proposition for tlie lenso nnd sale
of tho mining property belonging to the
Company,
■I, A. R. HOMER,
Sec. E. S. M. Co., Limited.
Now West., Aug. 10,1882.
aul2
BOY WANTED
TO LEARN THE PRINTING Business. Must ho smart nnd nhlo to
read and write fairly. Apply immediately at THIS OFFICE.
FURNITURE I
TN CONNECTION WITH THE A*
_L bovo notice, the undersigned has
pleasure in announcing that he is now
prepared to snpply all kinds of Furniture, ifec, at tho lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work und Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
Iu all its branches. The undersigned
1ms the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old cUuid, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to present their I'ass Books for insertion of interest up to the 30th June,
1882.
G. riTTENDRIGH,
Agent.
N. W., July II, 1882. Jylfl
RE-OPENS   AUG.   30,   1882.
VIKITOKS:—Rkv. R. Jamiesox, Rkv.
C. Watsox.
MANAGERS i — W. J. Ahmsthoxo,
M. P. P., J. S. Cmttk, Esq., Rkv.
K. Ronaox, C. G. Major, Esq.
TrMfllEKS:—
H. M. Stramheiig, B.A., Fhinoii'AI.;
Muthcinatics, Classics and History.
Rev. \V. J. d'owler, B. A.,VioE-PniN-
OIPAl-i Modern Lungnnges, Science
and Literature.
L. R. MoIsnks, M. D.;   Anatomy,
Physiology and Hygiene.
Mrs. D. Rohsox; Voice culture aud
Art of Singing.
Instnuncntal Music (piano) by a first-
class teacher.
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into four
tenns of 10 weeks each.
EXPENSES :»■
Tuition, High School, per term, §15.00.
Bonrd, per term, $15.00.
Music (vocal or instrumental),per term,
$10.00.
Use of Instrument for practice, per
term, §3.00.
Wasliing, 50 cents per doz.
For circulnrs, witli fuller information,
apply to
E. ROBSON,
Sec.-Treas.
New West., July 20, 1882. jy22
THROUGH FREIGHTS
—FROM—
SAN  FRANCISCO
—TO—
Hew Westminster.
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
THE
MT Shipping Receipt!, In triplicate, nt
T. K. Pearson k Co.'s—Auv.
rnHK ONLY BLUK IN WHICH THE
J_ olothoa enn remain for nny lcn(jth
of time without qxiokiiig or streaking—
tho host nrticlo in tliu market.
6. D. KNIGHT, Manufacturer,
Now Westminster,
British Columbia.
inr In case of elothns being left out In
tho rain, enn pnt fame In Blue ovor night
and they will not lie sneuked or streaked,
(Allfito)
1882.
Harper's
ILLUSTRATED.
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Ing."—CltAlLM Fraiii*- At-AXtf, Jit.
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r.-prtieu-nU wlmt h bent In AilwrlPHii litriatun-
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wtmrn it luifl ..Ii-i-ihIv 11 clrcitUtluli Ur-itT Hum Unit
of nny Bnglliti mngtMlria of tlio utmo clittt—tin*
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nnd iirli»tn of Orcnt ttritnlii. Tlm furlhc-niiiiig
v..imii.-» Tur IMS will 111 overy n-rt|ici-t mir-wii
thoir prolu-ueaurn.
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Whon no timo In hj 1II<->1. it will tm initl.TMloi.il
that tho mibHPiibor wlnbus lo bi'Ktti with the current Nnmlier.
A Complete Sft of HABPRIl'B MaiiAZIM, (Mill.
prWiiK 0U Votiinier*, In neat cloth blnaliig, will be
Hi'tit liyoxpri'Mi, freight nt oxnunno of mirchnner,
on rtTcl|it of ti 2ft por Voltimo, Slnglo vnlninon,
by mall, pontpnlil, $.! 00. Olotll cat-M, for bliul-
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Monoy (li iii r or Draft, to avoid chance of In-*.
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without tlio oxpronn oritur of Hiirpur It Itrothmn.
Audnmri HARPER A RR0S., Now York.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Carrying II. M. Malls anil Hells,
Kargn * Co.'s Express.
rnHK FAST ANI) FOWKRFUL BKI-
X   thili Steamer
"gAR»ON¥X!»
\V.   MEYER,   MASTER,
Will sail from New Westminster, vin
Xnnnitiio, fov San Fiitnuieuo, on or about
FRIDAY, AUGUST II,  1882.
RKTURNINt.--Wilt leave San Fran-
cUco about AUOUST 18, uonneeting
with tho Steamer "GERTRUDE" at
New Westminster, for Yalo.
Carrying Freight at the following reduced rates:—
From San Francisco to Now Wcattnin-
ster~W.ri0 per ton;
From San Francisco to Yale—Sfl.JiO per
ton.
B. C. Merchants will do well to patronize tlie Local Hunt.
For further information apply to
EWEN k  CO.,
Agents Str. "Sardonyx,"
New Westminster.
S.   GUTTE,   307   California St., San
Francisco. au2
-DEALERS IN—
GROCERIES
 Jk.*g3> .
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET..
VICTORIA, B.C.
igjhaia^mg
1861.  1882.
THE
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
Having established Business in the above
Lines mid by
RECENT IIPORTATIOKS
European & Eastern Markets
We nre prepared to fill orders to the
Trade tn tlie following Goods;
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
THE PROPRIETOR, aft
ter 21 years pf mercantile life in thin City, beg*
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his B-jsinesjl
is prosperous ond the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
lor Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us to'
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. .We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to the 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 lo us at
cheaper rates than any other
House "in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
Nem\\'cst.,Fcb.8,18S2.       foil '
HAM,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, nice, Syrup. Cliecsc,
Dried fruits, ('aimed Goods,
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BRCOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in tho Grocery and
Provision Line.
TENDERS WANTED.
S
EALKD TENDKRS MILL BE RE-
WEDNESDAY the Iflth dnyof August,
ceived by the nnderaigned up to
for putting in Flood Oaten in Dig Slough,
Boundary Buy, and making about seven
and emu-half miles of a Ditch and Dyko
in Townships 3 and 4, Now Westminster
District.
Each tender mnst 1h> accompanied with
the names of two good sureties iu tho
amount of contract price for the faithful
completion of the work.
i'lntiH and specifications may he soon
at Messrs. T. It. Pearson k Oo.'s, Now
Westminster, up to the 1st day of An-
fust; affair tliat date they can bo scon at
Ir- Robt. T. William's Douk-bindery,
Victoria.
Separate tenders will be received for
the work as stated in specifications.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order of Commissioners,
WM. McKEE,
Clerk.
Bayview, July 10,1882. jyM
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Now Woit,, July 25, 1882.
jy2U WS
aim^Ma^mhm
live §vitisk Columbian,
Wednesday Morning, Aiir. *1«, 1K8'J.
Late again—the Enterprise.
Hon. Mr. Justice Creaao passed
'down on Monday.
Grouse lire abundant in tho bush,
but scarce in the market.
The Son. A. 0. Elliott has turned
up all right in San Francifcco.
\yits. ScnviHe, GtTi'taau's sister, is
seeking a divorce from her husband.
The House o'f Lords backed down
on the arrears of rent bill amendments.
The steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, passed down on Monday evon-
fag.
Tho steamship Co. have reduced
-their freight rates by the Elder mie-
■half.
The Fraser hns risen again until it
-has reached the high water mark of
1872,
The water in the Fraser roso ten feet
'at Yale during the latter days of last
week.
It it wonderful how little game is
•coming in. Peoplo are too busy to
look, for it.
Trout fishing is now excellent and
.you can get a splendid outfit at T. R.
Pearson* Co.'s.
The leading journals of both politi
-cal .parties iu Canada are te juicing ovor
the defeat of Mr. DeCosmos.
Mrs. Langory is to receive $500 a
night and all expenses of herself and
*naid for 100 nights in America.
The Colonial Bays there is a probability uf the Princess Louise speeding
■the greater part of iho winter in this
■Province.
The steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner Arrived from Victoria last evening, with freight and passengers nnd
•eastern mails.
It is staled that the con. met for tbe
Coquitlam bridge has been transferred
to Mr. McMullen, Uiihvay contractor.
tt couldn't be iu better hands,
Yestorday Mr. Geo. Black took out
to his ranch at Pitt River a drove of
Very fine beef cattle, brought down
•from Nicola by Mr. McConnol.
Tho s-oamer Gertrude, Capt. Odin,
"returned from Boundary Bay on Saturday mornb-j, h.iviuo* successfully
■completed a lo-j-towhig charter.
U. K. King, of Brooklyn, paddled
liis own canoe across lake Ontario,
Trom Oswego to Kingston, last month.
The canoo was only 14 feet long.
We understand the Managers of tho
Mechanic's Institute in this city emi*
template Riving a social ball shortly in
■aid of the funds of the inViitution.
Eastern Canada capitalists have buen
■•negotiating for the acquisition of the
Howe copper mine, but we believe lit)
•definite result has yet boon reached.
By reference to our advertising columns it wilt be seen that yut another
•stage coach line has boen established
between this city* and Burrard Inlet;
Domestic apples are coming freely
into market now. The apple crop
promises to be quite up to the average
in quantity, aud rather above it in
•quality.
Terrible alarm ha.i been created in
noma parts of England by tlio spread
•of a fearful scalp disease contracted
from the wearing of false hair obtained
•from Poland.
Mi's. Wade's little girl, quarantined
■about ten days ago at Lhe Hope Crossing, has since died; but there are
those who think it wasn't a case of
small-pox at all.
The contract for replacing tho brid/o
im  'he road   between Granville and
North Arm haa been awarded to Mr.
l Joe. Matimou of Granville. It couldn't
veil be in bettor hands.
I The steamer Wm. Irving, Capt.
Insley, returned from Yalo on Monday
evening with 40 passengers, 78 head
of cattle and 110 bales of valuable furs,
chiefly belonging to the H. B. Co.
i We would direct the attention of tho
[ Board of Health to the foul condition
•of some of tho street drains, the ox-
(halations from whieh are certain to
breed disease, unless something be
done.
Hon. Win. Mi.cdoi.gaH_ was defeated
i for Algomn, but fo going to contest the
•lection on constitutional grounds—
the boundaries of the constituency having been extended beyond those of the
Provinco.
A project is on foot to construct a
' canal connecting Lake Superior with
I the rivors uf the Canadian Northwest.
■ Forty miles of canal, it is claimed, will
fivo connection with tho lied, At-diii-
oino, and Saskatchewan rivers.
Harper's Magaslne for August possesses moro than ordinary interest to
Canadians, containing, as it docs, nn
Able and interesting papor on our sea-
coast from tho pen of George M. Daw-
ion, of the deological Department.
As the steamer It. P. Rithet was on
the way down on Monday she passed
the body of a man floating down tho
river about half a mile below Emory,
but it was impossible to determine
whether tho body was that of a whito
man or not.
In view of tho impending Vice-Regal
visit and nn general principles, our
oity fathers should see to it that tbo
■treats and Innes nro placed in as good
jonditiuit ai possiblo. Let all rubbish
w cleared awny and rough places
imoothed down. To private property
twners wo would recommend tho use
f paint and whitewash whorovor nocos*
ary. Lot tho city put on a clean face
nd look its best for tho interesting
cession. Evory body can do somo-
hiiig. towards that objoot.
St. Ann's School.-—Wc nro roquest-
od to state that St, Ann's Convent
School for boarders and day scholars
will re-open on Monday the :2lst inst.
•AitorHKit Harvest.---As tho close uf
the fish harvest approaches the harvest
of "drunks" begins. Officer Wiggins
is kept busy gathering in drunk Indians.
Open-air Seuvioe, — On Sunday
quite a party from Brighton nntl other
points ou Burrard Inlet wont down to
the Bishop's camping ground on English Bay, where his lordship hold service.
 __^	
Stekl "Rails.—The 15,000 tons of
steel rails for the British Columbia section will shortly bo shipped from England. Tho first cargo will arrive in
March and wiil bo landed at Port
Moody.—Golonut.
i—La— -»	
New Map.— MeM. Woods & Turner of this city have under way and
will shortly publish a very complete
map of Now Westminster District,
showing .the exact location uf the railway line, ito. Such;, a map was much
needed. !   -, ■  -
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Aco/dkn?,—Last 'week it'o largo
freight wagoi?s, drawn by 13 yoke of
orren, and laden with wool, furs, &o.,
went over the Thompson river bluT,
ten miles above SpencoYBridge, "falling several hundred feet and becoming a tolal wreck, •'■'^ ■'■■■-■ ■
 *	
How very Absurd.—For sometime
back an animated discussion has been
gntng*')ii between the editors of the
two Victoria morning papers as tn what
constitutes tbo attributes of a gentleman. The editor of tbe Colonist
should have known better.
HmiiTONBo AriusKMENT.— A large
crowd of men and boys on tho corner
of Columbia and Mary streets attracted
the attention of onr Reporter, Upon
reaching the scene of the hilarious
party it was discovered that the cause
of n.nusomont was an inebriated squaw
lyin^* on the side-walk!
Poiioa.OoattT.* -Almost every morri-
iti-j- the dusky ranks of "drunk and
disorderly'' Indians tilo off in the Court
for sentence. Tho other day tbo absolute numncnny nf iho pfnceodihgs was
slivbMy relieVcd by a white offender
he'tig committed on a charge of obtaining money on false pretenses.
From Yalb.—Tho stoamor It. V,
Uthe<)t Capt. Jno. Irving, returned
nm Yalo on Monday. Sho had on
Hoard a quantity of produce. 450
hoop, 40 head of cat tie, several horses
Aid a large number of passengers. The
fcithet experienced some detention nn
Trcouiit of the fouling of her rudder
'ith float-wood.
That IV.iikh.—A North Arm correspondent writes a very pungent and
indignant letter anoni the burnt bridge
on the Granville road and the inexcusable delay on thw part of tho Government in renewing the mime. Now
that orders have been issued for tho
work, the publication of our osteemed
correspondent's letter will uot be considered necessary.'
Unlicensed Fisin.NO.— The party
Whose boat, ifca, were seized last week
for fishing in Woodward Slough without a license had his property restored
to him as it was a r*rst orfense and he
did not appear to know tho law. He
was, however, convicted for fishing
without a Ifaenao and fined 610. Tho
informer declining to claim his moiety,
Inspector Pittondrigh handsomely
handed it over to the li, C. Hospital,
The Steel Bihikie.—The Toronto
Globe says Mr. Tuinlinsuu, C. E,, who
has had charge of the preparation of
the plans for tho bridges ou tho Canadian Pacific Railway in British Coluin-.
bin, will leave to-morrow for Now
York en route for England. Ho will
bring out with him from a firm near
Nowcasllo-oii-Tyno tho matorial for a
steel truss bridge of 309 feut span
which is to bo thrown across the Frasor
rivor.
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PwyfCi.— The O-.li'.wa-F.-i'e Press
fo responsible for the following:-—
"Jealous, no doubt, of tbo Mainland
for having a Homer to soiid tt) Parliament, tho people of Victoria, British
Columbia, have nominated a Shakespeare. No wonder Mr, DeCosmos
feels forlorn. Ho can, however, con-
snlo himself wit-It the reflection that
Homers anil Shukespoaros mny tie
found any day, but a real live Darling
of the Universe can only be Iind once,"
Rifle meeting.
^hc wmual prise meeting of the
British Columbia Biile Association will
take place at Clover Point Range, Victoria^ on Monday the 4th proximo and
three following days. y\\e bill of faro
presented re a vory attractive one,
comprising fifteen matches with appropriate prizes. Although nono of
tho prizes are very large (tho largest
money prize to 815) yet there aro ft
great many of them, and the array of
other prizes, sueh as challenge cups,
ifcc. is very attractive. It is earnestly
to bo hoped the meeting will bo well
attended^ as such occasions impart life
and energy to rifle organizations when
. properly conducted.
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How Is it?
The seckeyes are reported in greater
numbers than ever in the river. May
not the protection extended ovor the
spawning beds by the Inspector during
these three or four years have something to do with it? In former years
the Indians were accustomed to subsist to a great extent upon the salmon
spawn, gathered deftly -from the principal spawning beds by tho ton and
dried or made into cakes for winter
food. This wholesale destruction has
been protty effectually stopped during
the past three years, aud it seems nut
altogether improbable that these myriads of socl;oye.s now crowding the river
may be the result. Will nut some of
our ucientisfcs throw a little light on
this most interesting aud important
subject?"
A. Contract.
Settlers in Mnskolra District, Ontario, sutler from bush fires, and tho
Provincial Government hasten to thoir
relief with a substantial grant from lhe
public treasury. Per contra, sottlen iu
the Chilliwhack and Sumas district
are flooded out, some of thom abaole.'.e-
ly ruined. Unaided they struggle wi-h
the mhrg flood, barely escaping with
their lives* and yet this paternal Government of ours leaves thom Lo starve
on mountain sides where they fled for
(.bolter from the threatening waters!
Worse still, their respectful nopeal,
not for charity, but for what tbey had
an indisputable right to demand—t-'io
repair nf ihe trili-lc road destroyed by
the Hood—is treated with silent contempt! What have Lhe organs to say i.i
defense of such conduct?
Tbover ExY&AOiioiNA«v! — Last
weok tho finding of the left hand and
arm of an Indian up Yale Crook was
reported. The limb was found lying
oii a rock aud it presented tho appear-
{nice of having been cut nil' below tho
elbow. More recently <we are told,
tiio right hand and arm of a White
man was iu tike manner found near
tho BRmu spot. Is this tho result of
tlie lex talionis of the Indian? Who
can throw   light oii this mysterious
affair?
—-*—— . ■»  —
La-hour.,—There still orJBts a scarcity of labour, and almost every industry is suiTeriug more or less on that
account. Tho lumber interests are
mi He ring very much. It is strange
that, with unskilled labor at from
02.50 tu 93 a day thoro should still
be no pruceptiblo influx uf labourers.
Surety some effort should bo put forth
with a view to making this extraordinary condition nf affairs known in
centres of desirable population
abroad.
 ♦        ,—|—,
Pergonal,—Amongst tho passongers
who sailed for San Francisco by iho
steamship Sardonyx on Monday wero
A. 0. Wells Esq J. P. and Mrs. Wells
of Chilliwhack, who aro on a visit to
thoir native province of Ontario. Mr.
Wells was appointed by tho British
Columbia District Meeting, a delegate
tn represent tho Methodist Church of
tho Pacific Provinco at the Gonoral
Conference uf tho Mothodist Church
of Canada. Wo wish Mr. and Mis.
Wells a pleasant visit and safo roturn.
As a remedy for Sea Sickness, for any
irritation of tlio stomach ami bowels, for
canker uf the stomach and mouth, for
plles find liomoi'rttge, and for all verities
of bowel complaints, Dr. liWlor'a Wild
Strawberry is nature's true specific.
The Crops aiul ilie Weather.
During tho past week tho weather,
although broken, has been for the
must part line and favorable for bar-
vest work. Tho consoquenco fo that
tho balance of the hay has boon got i-i,
but still the hay crop will not be quite
up to the mark in point nf quality in
thin part of the country. Much of
what waa down when tho rains sot in
on tho 24ih ult. will be damnged, while
that which was uncut will bo inferior
from over-ripouess. Upon tbe whole,
however, thore is not much reason to
complain' in so far as the hay crop is
couccrnod. As regards other crops,
grain promises tn be fully an average
yield, while root crops will bo very
abundant. Ail things considered,
therefore, tbe harvest outlook in this
part of,the country is encouraging aud
there is a cortainty of a bri.sk demand
for all food products for man and
beast.
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SHiidni at st. Andrews.
Last Sunday was a high day at St.
Andrew's Church in this city. According to previous announcement the
Rov. Wm. Cochrane, D. D., Moderator of the General Assembly of tho
Canada.Presbyterian Church, preaehail
morning, noon and night. In the
morning tho congregation was largo;
in tho afternoon it was about the aver-
ago; in tho evening it was very large.
At all the services ihe preacher delivered powerful sermons. The delivery of
the sermon in the evening occupied a
full hour, and yet such was the interest
maintained throughout that not the
slightest indication of weariness was
visible, although thirty minutes is the
maximum time usually occupied by
Sermons at St, Andrew s. Tho collections for tho day amounted to 8121) 50
and were devoted to the Home Mission
work of the Church.-
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Salmon.
According to tho popular theory the
run of sookoyos should have commenced later aud lasted a shorter
timo this season than last; and the
run should have been lighter while it
lasted. But imtead of that tho run
began earlier this year, lasted longer
and has beon more copious. Last year
the sockeye run commenced in tho
middle of July and scarcely continued
till tbo middle of August. This year
it began on the 0th July and it is not
over yet; and tbe fish have been iu
greater abundance. Tbe witch has
sometimes been greater than the canneries bad capacity to utilize, aud the
number of hsh reaching tho upper
river has boen unprecedented. Now
we are not cum plaining of tho run
commencing so early and continuing
su long; nor do we feel disposed to
quarrel about tho excessive number of
fish, On the contrary those are conditions affording ground for thankfulness to tho Lord of the fish-liarvest.
These circumstances are merely mentioned because they appear tu upset
the generally accepted theories about
those valuable fish. Acting in accordance with theso theories, some at least
of tho caiinerymeu had laid in a short
supply of tins, in consequence uf which
(hey havo uot been enabled to avail
themselves of tho prolonged nm to so
full an extent as iniuM otherwise have
been the case. Tho habits of this
valuablo Hsh are deserving of more
attentive study.
Chilliwhack Items.
On August 8th, Mr. J. C. Homier-
son and family bad a narrow escape
from drowning. Thoy were crossing
tho Luck-a-kuck river, below Mr.
Wells' house, iu a buggy. Tbey got
off the ford into deep water and tho
strong current overturned the buggy.
Mr. Henderson caught on some driftwood. His wife and two children
drifted into an eddy and secured foothold. The eldest boy floated down the
stream and was overtaken and picked
up by au Indian.  .
A public meeting was hold at the
Cheam school-house, Saturday evening, Aug. 12th, to -consider the question of dyking tho "upper settlement."
After considerable discussion Messrs.
Welder, Greyell and Banford wero
chosen to inspect the course of the
proposed dyke from Cheam Hill to below Kitchen's place and to report ou
Monday, Aug. 2lBt.
The Fraser is at the sumo height as
on July 15th. Tho woiithor is unsettled. Tlio damaged hay and fall wheat
have been secured during tho last few
days,
♦	
City con-Hen.
. The Council met on-JUenday evening. Present—Councillors Edmonds,
Shiles, Mathers, Johnston, Curtis and
Cunningham.
In the absenoe of iho Mayor, Councillor Johnston was voted to the Chair.
Passing over business possessing little or no public interest, it was resolved
tbat an additional constable be employed during the pleasure of the Council
at a monthly salary of §70.
On motion, it was resolved that the
brush in front of the townsite between
■Blackwood and Elliott Btteets be cut
down.
On motion, f$50 was placed at the
disposal uf.tlve Board of Works for repairs on Clinton 'street;.
On motion, the Clerk was instructed
to call for certain work on Columbia
s'reet; also fresh tenders fur wurk on
Siincou street.
On motion a committeo of Council
was appointed for tlio purpose of enquiry into the working of the Firo Depart ment.
Councillor Curtis gave notice that ho
will at next meeting introduce specili-
cjitaons for repairs on Elliott street.
Council adjourned till next Wednesday night,
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C. P. R. Deputation.
An Ottawa despatch of the 25th J uly
soys:—
To-night Mr. Duncan McTniyro and
Hon. M. H. Cochrano, members of
iho Canada Pacific Syndicate; Hon. J,
J. C. Abbott, solicitor; 0. Drinkwater,
Secretary; W. E. Smelfio, engineer;
and Messrs. S. E. Dawson and H.
Buhner arrived bore by special train
(ruin Montreal. Tbey will remain here
until two o'clock to-morrow.afternoon,
when they will proceed on a visit of
inspection over the lino as far as Callander. Yesterday they received a
telegram -frmii President Stephen, announcing that tho track, had beon li-.id
for 205 miles west of Winnipeg, and
that there was a probability of 500
miles of the main line being constructed this Reason. Tho company also uou-
toniplivtos tho completion tilis year of
11.6 miles of its south-western branches.
Your correspondent questioned the
members of tho Syndicate here as to
tlie rumored abandonment of tlio tine
north of Lal.o Superior, and was informed tbat it was all bosh and nou-
soikjo. Between 2,500 and 3,000 men
are now at work between Callander
and Alguma Mills, and work will
he proceeded with west of Algmna
Mills as soon as tbo surveys are
ready. Enquiry was made as to
whether thu inspection constituted tiie
only object of tho present visit, ami
the answer was tbat thore was some
business, ihe nature of which was nut
disclosed, to be transacted with tho
Govormueiit. \   .
Bay k Qkirit) Drtiggis,ts, Retiiow,
writes us June ,'l:d. '*\Ve have sold
Fowler's Extract of Wild St.nwhe-iy
tor a number of years, and find nothing
etpial to it, for the purposo for which it
is designed." Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry cures all forms of Bowel complaints incident to Summer and
Fall.
The Wild Strawberry plant possesses
rare virtue as a cleansing, cooling, as*]
tl'ingcnt, uutiseptic, and healing medicine, and when combined with other
valuable vegetable extracts, as in Dr.
Fowler's Kxtraet of Wild Strawberry, it
is an unfailing remedy in all Bowol complaints.
Ecclesiastical.
Following is copy of address presented on Saturday by the Committeo
uf Management of St. Andrew's Church
to Rev. Dr. Cochrane, aud uf the reply
thereto:
To the Rev. William Cochrane. D. D.,
Moderator of the General Aassnd)l\i of
the Presbyterian CVmroA ia Canada,
and Convener of the Home Mission
Committee; ; *
Rkv. and Dhau Snt,—
Wo, tho Committeo of Management
of St. Andrew's Church, New Westminster, beg leave to tender ynu a cordial welcome to British Columbia,
It givos us groat pleasure to meet
with onu with whose name wo are so
familiar as tho able and energetic Convenor of the Home Mission Committee;
nud wo embrace this opportunity of
tendering our congratulations on your
elevation to tho high and honora-jlo
position of Moderator of the General
Assembly.
On behalf of tho congregation, we
acknowledge the very liberal support
of tho ordinances of tile Gospel
amongst us for so many years by tho
Home Mission Coniniiiteo, and although the congro'jation has novel' at
any givon time been a large ono, owing
to tlio peculiar circumstances of the
country, yot very considerable numbers of our people having resided here,
some for months aud seine for yearn,
have had the opportunity of enjoying
tbe services of tlio Church j so that, lo
a greater extent than is usual, all llio
purposes of an itinerant mission have
been served, in addition to the slated
supply of this place.
As Mr. Jamiesoii's health has failed
so much in the last two or three years,
and as ho has been so lung ut work
amongst us, wo heartily support the
application be has expresned bis intention to make, for at least six months'
leave uf aboeucu, and we tni.-it your
Committee will bo able to make arrangements for supply.
Wo hope that your visit will prove a
pleasant one to yourself and redound
to the permanent advantage of the
work of the Church in this Province,
and we trust that one result uf it may
bo thu sending of more ministers by
the Canadian Church.
In name and ou behalf of Committee,
John C. Brown,
Treas.: Act'g Chairman.
Wm. Rab, Secretary.
sTeplt.
Dr. Cochrane in replying to the address*, said:
"I return my sincere thanks to tlio
ollice-bearers of St. Andrew's Church,.
New Westminster, for tbe kind and
flattering address presented me. I
cannot regard it as altogether personal,
but as chiefly intotided to show the
sense of indebtedness you entertain towards tho Church I represent, and,
especially towards tho Homo Mission
Committee of that Church, for its efforts to furnish to some small /extent
the people uf this Province with the
ordinances of religion, I need uot
say that some of tbe best years of my
life have been devoted to prosecuting
our great Home Mission work-*-*-* work
that should be dear to every Presbyterian and to every Christian; aiid the
recognition made in the address of my
interest in such work is not only gratifying, but shall, I trust, bo an incentive to continued efforts londvaneo the
cause uf Christ in this and Other portions of our groat Dominion.
We have not as a Church done all
fur this Province that its necessities
demanded. This has arisen from a
variety of causes, Our friends belonging to the Church of Scotland having
for many years mado siiccial grants to
several churches, we folt that the burden of tbe work should remain in thoir
hands until the time camo when our
Presbyterian churches in British Columbia, liko your political relations,
should be under one jurisdiction. Another reason was the exceedingly limited knowledge wo possessed of the field
as a whole; and the claimant demands
of certain districts; and perhaps strongest of all reasons was the comparatively
scanty funds placed at our disposal for
successfully grappling with Homo Mission work in this Province, Such considerations, and not mditiereuco to
this far off but most important portion of our land, have prevented us
hitherto from doing what we hnve
do.io for Central Canada and (ho Eastern Provinces.
Tho desirability of holding such
commanding points as New Westmin-
slot' was many years ngo recognized by
the Committee,, and (he fact that for
over 20 years we have very largely supplement ed Mr. Jamiesoii's stipend,
proves iho fact. In common with tho
congregation, wo rojoioo that Mr.
Jamieson has been so long spared to
go in and out among yuu and also to
labor iu adjacent fields, and any proposal made to give him leave uf absence for a time, to recruit his health,
and any suggestions mado by you having rofevouco to tho future welfare of
the congregation, will, I am sure, receive serious consideration from the
Committee. I cannot, however; conceal ilie fact, that tbo Committee feel
ihat the time has more titan como
when Now Westminster should be able,
if nut entirely to sustain itself, at
least to need far less assistance than in
the past. I am sure Unit tho otlico-
hearers of St. Andrew's Church will
cheerfully cooperate, with tho Homo
Mission Committee in stimulating tho
congregation to such an increase of
liberality ns shall permit a large portion uf tbo grant now made to be given
l-o less populous districts whore no
minister of our church has yot preach*
My visit, so far, to British Columbia
baa boon exceedingly pleasant, I hope
when I leave to carry away with mu
inaiiyniomories of friendships formed,
and fellowship enjoyed, nevor to bo
forgotten. I also expect to possess
such knowledge of tho religious condition of tho Province as shall enable
our Canadian Church, in concert with
the Church of Scotland, to devise moro
liberal things for the spread uf God's
truth, which we all believe is tho only
aud tlie best conservator of nations, as
well as individuals.
Caution.
Wc beg to call the attention of the
trade and the public to the well-known
quality ami elegance of finish of our
Gold Cases, guaranteed by un to he of
eighteen kai'at Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, as may be
stamped, and also to our mode of selling
the same, charging only for the Actdal
Weight of the gold used, and not for
the base metiil comprised in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. To illustrate
which a tug accompanies each one of our
Gold Cases, which plainly indicates not
only the gross weight of the case, but
also tho Net weight of tlio gold.
In explanation of the above we desire
to say that the old plan of charging for
the gross weight of the case, as if it were
nll gold, wotked well enough as long us
the manufacturers were content with the
amount of brass and steel actually required in its construction; but when the
business was degraded into u contest as
to wliO should get the most base metal
Into the least quantity of gold anil cull it
a Gold case, then the time came when,
in the interest of dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary to adopt a
plan of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Goi.n each case contained.
To avoid imposition, pnrcliascraof'Wnl-
tham Watches will observe thnt every*;
fenuine watch, whether gold or silver,
ohrs our trade -mark on both case and
movement. Gold cases are stomped "A.
W. Co.;" ami guarantee certificates accompany thtun.' 8tlv<tfv&*^tfmstai-riped
"A. M. Watch Coi^Walthani, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are accompanied by
guarantee certificates, slgn'cd ft; E. Rob-
bins,, treasurer. Tiie: naBio'"Waltliam"
is plainly engraved upon ajljnoveinents,
irrespective of cither ' distinguishing
marks, i This . caution, is rendered necessary by reason of the fact that our cases
are frequently separated from our movements, and put Upon worthless' move:
ments of other makers and vice verm,
thus affecting injuriously the performance of the watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, whicli is intended to cover
only our complete watches wholly made
by us. lt is necessary also, because it is
so hotorioas as to be a public scandal
that thore is great fraud in the metal
quality of both gold mul silver cases as
now generally sold. Wo have demonstrated by frequent assays that many
i;old and silver cases offered in the market are debused from 10 to '20 per cent,
from the quality they assume to Ite.
This is a fraud upon the purchaser, and
accounts fur tho low price nt which such
cased watches have been sold.—Ajikht-
can Watc-u Comm:;y, Walthuiu, Ma&s.
r.iL;,MHis,\H1.s.—A furred tOngilii, ImuI
taste iu the mouth, nausea, vomiting,
variable appetite, alternate diarrheal and
costive-doss, faintness, weariness, yellow
cast of eyes and countenance, indicates
serious biliary trouble. Junrdi-v is a
bad disease, it is an overflow of bad bile
in the circulation, any of those symptoms should be remedied without delay,
and Itunloi'k Mood Hitters is the remedy
upon which you may surely rely.
W. H. Crooker, Druggist of Water*
down, under date of June 1st, writes
that "Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawbehy cannot be surpassed, when
all other remedies fail then it conies to
the rescue, ami I find the sales large and
increasing," Wild Strawberry positively
cures (ill Bowel comptatnst.
The firm of .T. * S. MdEaohon, Deng-
las, writes us June 1st, saying "There is
not another preparation we can recommend wiili so iilitch confidence as Dur-
dock Blood Btttors, as it invariably gives
the best of satisfaction." Bdrdbck
BIoohi IMttors cures all diseases of Ulood,
Livor! and Kidneys.
VlCH VGUSA,---Na8t, of Harper's
Weekly, fo a clover caricaturist, but as
a prophet he docs not pan out worth a
cent. In tho last number of bis
journal ho had a cartoon illustrating
John Dull as a Hon very poorly dis-
guisod in n donkey's skin, while Ariibi
Pasha has him by the nose with one
hand, and belabors him with a club
bold in tho oilier. ''Uomomher,"
savs J.  11., "that I am a real lion."
l'liat may bo,'! answers Arabi, "but
since you act like au ass I shall treat
you as one," Nasi must feel like
kicking himself for not making bis
picture uico ifr.«i, so to speak.— -S. F.
News Utter,
Since 1874 tho French Government
has authorized the organiuatioii of 1530
scientific missions, of which I tis wore
to opera to in Europo, 54 jn Africa, 48
in Asia, tlli ill America, and 1!** iu
Oceania.. Most nf these missions are
still at work, and ncooinpllshing important scientific results.
British Columbia Aguhcy oi' Toronto
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These celebrated safes are made from
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and havo all the modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent G'reenleaf Dial
Lock. Jleing of Canadian manufacture,
they are dutyfree, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than either Knglish or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes nnd quality, nt
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault wxuk
furnished on application to tho agents for
British Columbia.
uo2    M. W. Waitt&Co., Victoria.
To Merchants and  business
Men!
The undersigned is now prepared to furnish a full line of "Rubber
Hnnd Stamps of superior quality and
local make, bettor than those now being
introduced from California. Save duty
and charges by reserving your orders
until you soo samples, and then patronize HOME INUr.STUV.
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Send to L\Ntiu:v k Co., Viotoria, Also,
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direct a fine Hue of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flies
made expressly for this country, nntl to
whicli the finest trout will rise.—T. K.
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The largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
.Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including tlm latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites'
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons i
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc;
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qunlities.
Paper <l Enveloped.
This department is very complete, and
as tho goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of nny other (stu-Ui-slimeii.*. in tho
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papera, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and othor Papera. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papera from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colore and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A vory large variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions are he*-
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Jtir Now unpacking nt Jus. Ellard &
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Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats, Millinery, Laces, kc.   Call nnd examine.
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Ontario a heavy invoice of ot Stationery,
including Lotter-presscs, kc ".
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Cutlery direct from England.
" \\JfAKIT0BA AND TIIE CHEAT
1VJL North-Wcfit," "Lives of the
Wives of Presidents of U.S.," "Life of
Hon. Geo. lhwu," "Illustrated Stock
Doctor and Live Stock Encyclopedia,"
"History of the Sea," "The Royal Path
of Life, Family Bibles and a number of
other tirst-elass Books. Those Hooks ni*o
sold bV agents oiily, and by addressing
tlie uuilersigued prices may be obf.'tincd
and Books mny lie received at publishers'
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jy20-hn Now Wast., B.C.
ITOTIOB.
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snhiiiiu undor any pretence from above
the Smiias River.
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found iu a stationery establishment.
Spectacle!), Eye-Glnsscs,
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UuRtncHU Curils, Card-board,
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Inks of all kinds,
luktfamls—plain nnd funcj-,
Photo. Albnirifl. Pictures*
Autograph Albums,   Toy*,
Scrap nbokci, Purses,
Writing D»ki, anid Pens,
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Gnttlcnieit'ii    rest-lug Cases*,1
Spllnti, Velvet Frames, &«., tfec.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrange-'
ments with some of the leading Piano'
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, we arc able to offer a
FIHSf-CLASS PIANO'
nt little more than hns heretofore beclV
asked fora very inferior instrument. We
have tbe exclusive agency in this Province
for tho line Pianos manufactured by Ucn-
ry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, arc now in
this city*  and thoy are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PBCE
ever brought into this conntryi, YVe are'
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Stoinway, the \\eber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we can supply on
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W. Bell k Co's. Organs (of Guolph-,
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the best pianists iu the east. .Sheet musio
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Instruction Books for"Piano, Orgnn, Violin, etc. The new nnd enlarged edition
of Richardson's Pinno "Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
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iu stock will be ordered promptly.
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"Nothing," replied the samo sweet,
composed voice. "I am a littlo tired.
Let .me alone,"
"Tired—well, let mc como in and
holp you to take off your dress, and
brush your hair, Del!"
There was an almost urgent appeal
in her voice.
"No, thank you. I shall sit by my
fire a little while-, X dare say. You
look tired. Git to bod. "Good-night."
Sho waited a liiolYlont, and then-
closed tlio door again, gently, slowly,
but most docidedly.
J udith retired, almost wild with
vague alarm. Somo great blow had
befallen Dolphine. She, who was now
so woll "-Acquainted with grief," was
quite sure of that. Who would have
supposed that sho would take tho trouble so coldly and sternly, so entirely
to herself, as lo shut out even hor bost-
belovcd, her perfect friend and companion, from participation in it? Sho
passed a sleepless night. Sbo could
not tell whether Delphine ever went
to bed, Sho lay awake with her nerves
strained, and her cur intent to catch
tho faintest sound from ber sister's
room, and still none came. It was a
cruel vigil. When it was quite lato,
though before the lato daybreak had
appeared, Judith dropped into an uneasy sloop, which presently grow more
profound. Wearied out with grief,
emotion, and fear, she slept soundly
for a few hours, and when she awoke,
tho daylight made itself visible oven
through tho down-drawn blind.
Feeling tlmt it must be vory Into,
and forgotting for a few blessed moments the ball, and everything connected with it, she sprang up ami began to dress. Very soon, of courso, it
all returned to her; the brief flash of
hope and new life waa over; gray reality, stony-hearted facts, the clouded
future reasserted themselves, und it
was witli a heart as heavy as usual tlmt
she at last wont downstairs.
In the parlor she found that which
iu nowise tended to reassure ber, or
brighten hor spirits, Thu breakfast
thing** were still on the table. Rhoda
and Mrs. Conisbrough appeared to
have finished. Tho latter was seated
in her rocking-chair hy the lire; the
former w;is at the table, Iter elbows
resting upon it. Until faces wore turned toward Delphine, with an expression of pleased interest, who sat nt tbo
head of tbo table, with a face devoid
of all trace of color (but that might
easily be fatigue), aud looking the
whiter in hor black dress. She too
was smiling; she was talking—sbo was
entertaining her mother and sister
with au account of last night's ball—
of the company, the dresses, and tbe
behavior of those present; aud her descriptions were flavored with an ill-
natured sarcasm vory unusual to ber.
Just now sbo was describing Miss Vane
and her pink frock, and her manners
aud conduct iu general, holding them
up in the light of ridicule, which, could
tbo object havo been coguixant of it,
must have caused her spasms of mortification.
When Judith came in, she was welcomed also, us being tho possible
source of moro interesting information;
but very soon her mechanical, spiritless recitals and monosyllabic replies
drew down Rhoda's indignation, and
Judith, with a forced smilo and a horrible pain at ber heart, said she would
not attempt to rival Delphine. for that
alio had not enjoyed the party and
could not pretend lo describe it in an
amusing manner.
Two or throe days passed, and tilings
wore still in the same miserable state.
Delphino still wore the samo blanched
faco; still continued to show the same
spirit of raillery and inditlbroncQ.
When sho was with her mother and
■sisters, it was always she who led tho
conversation, and was, as llhoda gratefully informed her, the life uud soul of
the party.
"I wish you could go lo a ball every
week, Del," she said fervently, "lt
makes you quito delightful!"
To whicli Delphino replied, with a
little laugh, that monotony palled.
Rbodu would soon be tired or bearing
of balls, which must all bear a strong
family resemblance thu one to rite
other. Occasionally Judith had found
Delphino silent and alone, aud then
sho realized how completely the other
demeanor was a mask, put on to deceive and to cover some secret, grief-
secret indeed.
Thero are girls, and girls. Dolphine
surprised the person who knew her
best by the manner in which she took
her grief. Whatever it was, she kept
it to herself. Sbo had taken it in her
arms, ns it were, and made a companion of it, of whom she was very jealous. Sho kept it for her own delectation alone. No one else was bu fibred
evon to lift a corner of the thick veil
which shrouded it. No one knew what
it said to her, or she to it, iu tho long
night-watches, iu the silent vigils of
darkness, or alono in the daylight
hours; nay, so fondly did she guard it
that none in the house, except Judith,
oven suspected its existence. Though
her mother noted her white faco she
was completely deceived by her composed and cheerful demeanor, and said
that when the weather was wanner
Dolphine would bo stronger. It was
Judith alone who instinctively folt that
never before had hor sister been
•stronger, never ho strong, as. now,
when she looked jo white and wan.
But she also felt it was that terrible
kind of strength which feeds upon the
spirit which supplies it; when that is
exhausted, body and soul seem to
break down together Jn an utter collapse, and this is what the older girl
fearod fur the younger; this was why
hIio longed irrept'ossibly tliat Dolphine
would only speak to lier-^cnnfess tier
wretchedness—impart tin! extent and
nature of her grief.
Tho ball bad taken place on a Thursday-New Year's eve. Thu days dragged on at Yoresett House, in tho manner described, until tbo following Monday. On that afternoon, a dark and
cloudy ono, tbo quietness of the village
street wan broken. Sir Gabriel Danesdalo, bis groom following him, rode up
to tho door. Sir.Gabriel inquired ff
tho lutlios were at home; ho was told
they were-, and he dismounted nud
wont in, leaving his horse to bo walked about by tbo groom, to tho great
wonderment, of the watching population. Ho was uahoied Into tbo parlor,
whero Judith and her mother sat.
Mrs. Conisbrough was fluttered. Only
onco or twice, ninco ber widowhood,
had Sir Gabriel over entered her
Uoui-iO,   He had glanced about him ar,
ho passed through tho hall—lio had
seen the bareness and tho dullness of
•everything, and his heart was filled
with pity and with some self-reproach.
Marion Arkondftlo, with her dark eyes
and hor light foot, had boen so bonny:
tbo "Flower of Danesdale'' bad been
her name. Ho did not know bow it
was that sho had fallen out of the society of the place, had disappeared
from the friendly circles, gradually but
surely.
"Poverty, poverty!" ho thought to
himself. "It is a shame that she
should have been neglected because of
hor poverty. Aud it was a rascally
trick on old John's part, though he
was my friend, to leavo hor as he did."
Filled with theso reflections, be spoke
cordially, and almost eagerly, holding
out his hand:
"Mrs. Conisbrough, I am moro of a
stranger in your bouse than I should
bu, considering what old friends and
neighbors wo are. Will you forgive my
negligence, and believe that it arises
out of anything rather than ill-will ?"
"Ah, Sir Gabriel, I nevor suspected
you of ill-will," bIic said, flushing.
"And whon women aro alono in the
world their circle must bo smaller than
when there are men in the family,
1'niy sit down. 1 am glad to soo you
under my roof."
"It gavo ino hearty pleasure to soo
your daughters amongst us on Thursday," bo continued. "Perhaps, as you
say your circle is so small, you don't
know what a Sensation thoy made.
Half the fellows who wero thero havo
been talking about thom ever since.''
Mrs. Conisbrough suiilod, gratified.
"You are very good! My girls hnve
had no outside advantages. They havo
none, indeed, except thoir youth and
the fact that they are ladies by birth,
and, I hope, by breeding. And that
tells, Sir Gabriel—oven in these days,
it tells."
"My dear madam, it is everything,"'
said ho earnestly. "I quite agree with
you. We'll havo a chat about that a
little later; and meantime, I want to
know if I may soo your daughtor Delphine, alone, for a short time. I have
something that I wish to say to her."
Mra. Conisbrough started, paused,
then replied:
'Certainly you can seo her. Judith,
Dolphine is in the other room.    Suppose that you take Sir Gabriel to her
there."
Judith rose and wont across thu pas-
igo, while Sir Gabriel, bowing over
Mrs. Conisbrough's band, wished her
good-afternoon, anil left bur without
explaining Iris errand.   He followed
Judith, who was in the riram on tho
opposito side of the ball.    Turning as
she saw him come, sho remarked:
"Ah, here is Sir Gabriel, Dolphine."
Then she left them alone, and closed
the door after ber.
Sir Gabriel found himself standing
before a pale, composed-looking young
lady, whose hand rested lightly ou tho
lnahtel-pioce, and whose beauty and
grace struck him evon more iu the dull
light of this January afternoon than
they had done in her radiant ball-dross
beneath tho lamplight on New Year's
eve. Perfectly calm, sho turned her
largo luminous eyes, with their golden
reflections, upon him us bo entered,
and a.scarcoly perceptible sigh left her
lips.
Dark rings encircled thoso liivoly
eyes. Though the delicate whilo brow
was smooth, there was a shadow upon
it, indefinable, but most palpable., Sir
Gabriel remembered how Randulf had
said she looked, aud lie felt that the
lad had been right. This calm and
si illness was now that of repose, but
the pallid quietude which follows a
mortal blow. She attempted a faint
little smile as ho came in, which flickered for n moment about her mouth,
and thon died away again, as if abash-
od. Sir Gabriel, whoso bosom had
buen filled with very mingled feelings
as be rode hither from Danesdalo, no
longer felt doubtful as to what emotion
predominated.. It was a great compassion that ho experienced; a strong
man's generous desire to take to his
sufficient protection somo weak, and
sad, and grieved creature; to comfort
it, to bid it sorrow no more.
Sir Gabriel contemplated tbe beautiful forlorn figure, and his heart swelled
almost to bursting. Those eyes might
well haunt Randulf. Of course be
could not put bis arm round her waist
and say, "My poor child, tell me what
ails you, and let mo lift this trouble
from your shoulders," as ho would
have liked to do. Custom did not permit such a thing, but he took her hand
kindly, and looked kindly from his
genial, yet commanding eyes into her
white face, while be said, kindly too:
My dear, I have ridden ovor from
Danesdale to have a little chat with
you."
' Yes; will you sit down T- said Delphino.
"Yes, if you will'take this ehair beside me, and listen to me. I will not
delay iu telling you my errand. My
boy Randulf tells me that be has fallen vory much in lovo with you, at
whieh fact I certainly cannot pretend
to bo surprised. Nay, it ia surely not
a matter about whicli to bo alarmed I''
bo added, seeing the agitation on hor
face, which hIio could not repress,
Dot me tell you that I know all that
has passed between you and Randulf.
Ho told me. Hu forgot himself the
other nitfht - iu a vwy pardonable
manner—but bu did forget himself, it
is quite certain. A man in bis position has im business to propose to any
lady without consulting his fathur.
From what he told mo, I am nuru you
were sensible of that—wore you not'(
Did you not feci scruples ou that
point V
"Yes, that is, I should have dono j
"I thought so," said Sir Gabriel,!
hearing only that whieh bu wished to
hoar. "I told bim so. I said I hon-
il'ed you for those scruples. I (bought
tbe matter ovor "very seriously—you
will not wonder at that. The marriage
of 11 man's only son is no trivial matter
to bim. I came to tho conclusion that
ray son's happiness is bound up in'this
matter —that it stands ur falls with
it-—"
"No, no!" interrupted Delphino, iu
;i quick, gasping voice.
"Yes, my dear child, it does. Ho
loves you with im passing ptiHsiuu. It
has made him into a man all at onco.
I sny, his happiness stands or falls
with it; and I venture to hopo that
you foul the name with respect to yourself." *
Silence was the only answer.
(.'to Iju ("unllm-eil,-
mm
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Mulls, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
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
unlincd.
IIVHRYTHIBTOr
III (icntlcmrn-s 1'iii'iilshliip; (ioods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In firoceries and Provisions
Everything the best
thatcanbehad,and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If ynu ivimt n (lillltl nrticlo,
go to 0, (I. M A.l'OR'S: if you wont tiring"
chatp, Ijnt " cultua," vrliy, go elaowhoro-
l'J'KM—Wlmt ovorydoily nays must In,
tmo ; ,»ii,I if true, Hutu tiio luuidHoiiiuHt
display uf Vnluiililii litiuils, Silver ami
PllltO, i" mitloulituilly to 1,0 fouiul at
O. G. MAJOR'S,
OOL17MBIA    BIHIOIT,
Now Westminster,   B, 0,
J. A. B. HOMER,
GeneraFDoimimonipt,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M.D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(near dmll siikd).
Residenoe—Merivale Street.
GORDON £, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICK—Columbia street, Opposite Hy
nek Hall, Now Weatminater, ii. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AM)—
AUCTIONEEE !
COLUMBIA   ST REET,
foiiiirooimitiiiir-itfli)
N B W   WESTM1.N8TEII
A3T Several gootl Farms for Salt; ami to
Lcaso. notO
turner7beetoT&co.
MERCHANTS,
W11ARP STREET, ■ VICTORIA.
.A-o-rEiisrTs nroiR
North British nnd Mercantile
Insurance Oo. Tor Mainland,
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
Wi Finsbury Cinnts,
London, K. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCE!!,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of -RENT and DEBTS,
Agent fm' llit'TIUYKHKHS' INSIIR.
AM:i; CO., of Hartford, Conn.
Ken- IVeslnln*,..,-, II. C.
Every Man lo liis Own Business
-£*_.   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'P. COLONIAL HOTKM,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   13. C.
Plijf-ii-iiins' rmrrlpllona ami Fain-
liy llrrlpos ii Specialty.
N. 11. — Only Gomiiiio Drugs iimul
Over twenty yearn' exiierienee.    mr'2:l
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
HUNTS,   DEBTS,  till.,  (!0.,'uECTK»,
Loans Nogotiiitml, nml a Genera)
Agency Uusiiirss tnuiuuctecl.
A'lKNTM   VOU Till:
I'hi'iilx Fire Insurance company of
llrooklyu, ami tlie
Equitable   life Assurance  Nortel}
or Ilie liilliil Slates.
<<n.i .mil t, srin.ii,
NEW   WKKTMINOTKU,   11. C.
V. 0. Hex 40.
CLOCKS
C.   M.  McNAUGHTEH
HAB.7UST HHCKIVKIITHK LAKO-
est assortment ol Clut'ka ever lielil
en tlie Mainland of British Columbia.
Nickel Clucks, itt|2.2*> (warranted),
Si'lli  Thomas' Nickel Alarm, at
Kl.2li.
All kinds ol Mantel anil Office
Clocks.
Wllltlllllll M'lllclies, coin Bllvor canes,
from SI", upwards.
A flue assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of tlie latest designs.
silver Plate Ware anil Optical
Hoods.
Colombia Swot,
au2 New Westminster, 1J.C.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Impouters aki> Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
wimi goods,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side or Colombia St.,
New   Westminster,  B.  C.
Tho largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on tlio Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising Histcuy, Poetry, Biography,
Science, 1'iction, nnd General Literature.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including tho latest uumbew.
School Books.
All the authorized hooka for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Rcijuisites
in great variety—.Slate**., Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, otc.
Blank  Books..
A very largo assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and (-utilities.
Paper & Envelopes,
This department ia very cumphite, nml
as the gooda have been purchased from
tho nianufactureltj, on the most favorable
tenns, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papera, Note Papers, Hill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, nnd other .Pupers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Pans. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety or Fancy floods always ou hand, to wliich additions are being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and eoinplete stock of mis-
cull a neons articles such as me usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spectntili-H, Eye-lalnf-KVKi
I'lnyliiK Cards, VishltiRCni'di*,
niixincKH Cai'dM, Card hon id,
Cnril Cast's,   Vust***, GunivH,
Ink-of nil k I lulu.
InlisiauilH- p'iiln nntl Ciuit-y,
PliOtO. A llm mt-, Pletm-cH,
Aiitngi*fi*>)h   Minims,   Toy*,
Si-i-np IionkH, Purses,
Writing Dunks, Golrt Pciib,
Ladles' Work Uaskuta,
<*i ntliiiKii's    i-cHHlng t'nsiu,
•Spliuf*,,  Velvet Frames,  Stc, Si-e,
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrange-
ments with some uf the leading Piano
makers iu Boston, New York, Haiti
more, and elsewhere, we arc able to oiler n
FIKST-CLASS PIANO
at little moro thnn has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have the cxelusivo agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos innnufacturcif by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, are now in
this eity,  and they arc undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
i*(-r brought into this country. Wc nre
nlso agents for the Knnb'o Pianos, the
Steinway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of whieh we can supply on
the most favorable terms. We are agents
in this province for the Dominion Orpin
tJo'fti OrgUIIK (of llowninnvillu, Ont.), and
IV. Hell A* fin's. Organ* (of Giwlph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purohase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or F.uropean, will Iind it to their
advantage tu coi'muiiiiioato with ita,
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vocal and Tn-
ftnimental Music to be found anywhere
on tho Mainland. Solos, ducts, trios,
piartettes, chonit'cs, both secular and
sacred. A line collection of the very best
I'iano Solos, eoj'efully selected by some of
the best pianists iu the cast. Sheet music
sold at New York prices.
Music  Books.
Alwayn on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Hooks for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlnrged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method, Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
We arc agents for tho NottTJl Buitish
AND MKKl'ANTiU.   FlKK  iNSIMtASCK Co.}
Capital, $I.",IHH",W)(>; Losses paid, "JM,-
000,000. Also, the Conkbduuation Lirr:
Association", offering the lowest rates on
the best security of any company lining
busiitcsd in Canada.
T.B. PEARSON & GO,,
Cohimuliii-t. (liohvomi O. (1. Mnjor's nnd funics
("miniiitfliaiii'H),
Now Westminster, B. C,
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
■WA-CSr-ESiS
—FOB—
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers §125 00 per month
Rock Foremen.., ,98 00 to £4 00 ft *•*#
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00*   '
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 00
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 (
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00
Masons 2 r>0 to   3 CO    '
Blacksmiths, 1st
class   3 00 '
Blacksmiths, 2nd
class  2 50
Blacksmith Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     '
Drillers  1 75 to   2 00     '
Laborers  1 fiO to # 1 75     '
Hewers, 1st class .1 50                    '
Choppers, Istclnss 2 50
Scorers, 1st class 2 50
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpohtera to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
AH Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Bonrding Houses will bo convenient
along the Line,   Board- -§'1 per week.
Tt will not be compulsory for Employees to board iu the Company's Houses.
W"ogos.will be paid monthly, on tho
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
Gll.VKIiAI.  MANAllKir.
QFFIflU OF Till* COXTBACTOIIS,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
THE
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—TUB—
Leading livening .Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
fTISTIIHURCUUXlXKD A-UTIIO-
ihy iii, C mcri'tnl ami  Fltrntmliil OIivI.-h,
mul tin- It I Ir'iililUy Jolt mill mi llm I'litilli* cohkI.
Sorruii liy rari'lorx in Stui Frnneiwo
tuiiUliu towiii'or tlm Intulior ut r*8Ut imrwmik
l'.v rn,iit, [losttigo piilil ,,,,,18151 'loryunr,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Inn m» iii in i iili iwolvO'ijii.ifi! Joiniiiil, und ii) jiro-
|tOrtloil t0HHBl?.UllllH!llL-[l|H'8t tlttJH'I'llI tln-nillllllj'
SUBSCUIPTIOX HATES.
Tln> Weekly .tmVtlioFriday itniHiin,
finiiiiii); lOKCtlmr tlm aiiist ruini-li'l'' Keiiil-
W«ebly Itillillnhoil im llio Viicfflo Const, will
Im hum tunny uiWi-ciw, 'ii'siiii-i' [mill, on o,-< (j-J.
Iirtvlng tormat
Weehly nml Friday Bulletin.
Ono Voar if-, ita
Six Moulin   1 fib
.r^kly itiillHlii Alone.
Ono Yitnv P'i SO
six MuntliB  l aft
liPiiilHiiiiiHifl'dy Omft, I'oMtofniie Ur'lor, Wv\U,
I'lu-jrufc iVa Kx'ncsn, mul Itbgliloi'ud I*oltor, ai
HIKE SliKB lllSTItllH TIM*,.
Kucli Kiilis-nfii.!!* will lie |iri'.*u'iiti*il with hpvomi!
vm-li'lli-H of timo uml  Viilnnlilo TltKK,   VKHK-
TAIlLMiiiiilFLOWKH **.i;i.lis ml In viilu.i i.»
tlio hiiIi ci'i[iliuii [iriru <>r tlm I'li'ii'l'.
*3~S('n*iro.*SinuiilffCo|i,v, ■jlvliijjliilli'iii'iinilnr.i.
AiMruKH,
S. F. IIULIKTIS (IIM1MM',
SAN I'UANI'ISCO.
Cnllforliln,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY -CUVEN
that, two lnoutlm after ilnte, I, tho
liwlovsigiio'd, lutunil tu apply to the Cliief
CoinmisuloiioV of Lauds ami WmLs for
pei'iiiinuion to purchaKo 100 or more acre:!
of Crown laud, situated on Nniuoo llar-
hor, Pitz-Hitgh Sound, 1(. O. Commencing at pi ■.-it tit'iir tho ahoi'O, marked A;
theiiuo Northerly, along tin* whore, and
iueludtiig two Hinall is1.nnl,s, ."ill utiainn, to
post II; thence Hastei-ly, -10 chain-*', to
pout Ci thence Southerly, fiO chain***, tn
post I); thonco Wi'Hterfy, -10 clmiiia, to
point of coiummieement.
No miiioiula are known to exist on thin
laud,
JOHN CLAYTON.
Victoria, It. C, loth May, 1882. -jy.-2m
NOTICE.
milE UNDERSIGNED, BEING A-
L limit to leavo New Westminstor for
some months, may he found for the pro-
sent nt hia old otlice on Front Street,
near Mary Street, whero ho will ho prepared to settle all accounts ayaitiHt hiin
nml receive all minis due.
1 take this opportunity of thanking
the pnhlic for thu liheral patmnngu he-
stowed on the Occident during the time
I have occupied it and to solicit a continuance uf the wuuc to my successor.
,ri w. howison.
New West, July'io, 1882.
jy20tc
WANTED.
LOAN OF $3,000, VOU A TERM
of years on unexceptionable aeouii-
Rate of intoroat seven per cont. per
annum, payahlo half-yearly.
Apply A. 13. O.j Boxl, New We.-1-
niinstui*. jy20
A1
ty.
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
15 EOS TO INFORM HIS NUMER^
J   mis patrons that ho lias removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will ho found, an usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Ami a linn line of
liry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods,' k.) &<-..
Whicli will lio soltl nt tho LOWEST
POSSII1L1! l'UIUKH for Cimh.
Ho thnnliH his lriomls for lllclr past
lihornl pntronngo and hujit'R for a con*
tiniuiiiee of tho samo. mhl
mlm ENGLISH BE1IEDY
I.-mnever-fiiiting
Cu rfl-for Nerv-
oii8 Debility, Ex-
hiiudtcil Vituliiy
of uny k i n d,
Weakness, Par-
ulysis, nnd all
the terrible ef*
frcls of youth M
'foilJen, and e***
cosst's In rhalurer years,
DK.  MINTIK will    n-rn-P  to    forfeit
Vive Hundrcil Dollars for a case of
this kind the Vital ItCHlornth'fl (under
his sjicclnl ndvieo nnd trentmeiit) will not
euro, or for anytlil^K impure or injurious
(bund in ii. DK. MINTIK treats all Dis-
cnaos eiivccairftilly wUhriut mercury.
CoiISIllllltlim free. Thorough esninl-
n.ilinn nml ndvire, jfi-Op. PiU-eoF VIUl
KcstOl'lttlYO, S3;00 a bottle, or four
limes the fjuuiiiiiy, SlO-00; Pont to any
address upon receiptor pries, or'0 O. D,(
secure frimi ohscrvniion, and in nrivnte
name if desire-], by A. K. MINTIK,
M. I),
Those who run-tot visit ]IK, MINTIK
in San Francisco should send a full and
minute statement of their iron Mrs with
$2jV00| and in return ti full course nf
Medicine will be fonvnrdi'd, securely
packed, so ns not lo exclle callosity.
All orders lor inrd!df..o C. O. I), must
be acconipntiled wiih Sl.ut) (as a gunr**
lUiteo of good InSlli), which will be de-
iltu'led when ihe 'inckiigc is shlppt-il,
SAHIPL'R BOTTLB PtlRK.-Sent on,
tippHcnllbn by letter slating sympiotnt,
sex nnd age. Comninaications strictly
I'ot.liilpntiiil. jny31-ly
II Henriiey fllrcct, Han Friiiiclsr», i'aU
DR. SPINNEY & CuYS
DI8PEK8ARV«
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
n>.l(. SPINNEY, well luienniia Hi, f,
HJ* iler.if Hie M„nlr„„l, ir. II.) Me.llen! Ill .
lute, iie.l line l'iM|.ei,.|ornl III" Sl'ISNKVVII.I.Ii
LVi'lUMAIiV, woillil ni'mt lestieotflllly Itifiirm
111, imtlenlH mill Hie ulllieteil eenemlly, Hint lie
.1111 iiiNliitlli'N In Iieitl elil'imle milt norvOU. ill,*
ensue iviili iiii|ini nlluleil tucceM.
LADIES  AND GENTLEMEN.
1! c iii i'in lis I that iii'iii-nistliintioii in lliu tlitef nf
COMB AND DB IIEALSD.
It iDiiiii'i'*' in>t wind your trunlili'* mny lii'.ronm
mul lot ihe Doctor oxaiiiliie yuiir cuso It will
of*, yull n.'tliliiK for eoiiHtiltut ion, Kn|iluiiHa mil
mul ciiintj" yunriiOvi-H wlmtlmr thu Ouotur iiihIit-
stmiiiii yourc-iaa. '■ Im cim cum yon lie wi)! loll
.vou biii li' not, ln> ulll till yjn tlmt, fur In* will
imt hntlertnltu acasuiinloliiliiJlBG'inllilbnt of i*f-
liictiiDtnonru.
I'lirlloH nl n (Ihlmiet* wi-ililiiK tii'iitrnt-nl, liy
MKinlln-j; fa'i ami n minute itiwriiitti'ii of lliHi-
tniiiMfH will vn-t'lvi' in return n lull cunmt1 nt
tu'iilmi'ii! in-m-.'lv I'urki'il ta us nut lit csi-ili* cu-
rlusitv.
Dlt. SIMNXKY Will Rtiiiriiiitce tit forfeit Five
Hiin-lri-'l ilnlluit tin- fTiiry i-hkp of imy Itlliil it
olnuiictor wlili-li tn* nialortiift*}i iui.1 tiilU f■> mm.
I'. 8,—for iltiiontiM of -.liurt st Iin-:, n full
o.mrio <.r iin'iiiriiics, snltlctinit fur tl cnt-o, Willi
lilt liiiti'tii-lioiiH, will lie n'-ut lo nny uiliti-i'tiM on
receljit oT $10.
Cull or Adilirv*!
Dr. NIMNM.V *% CO.,
828-ly     No. 11 KenriiDy-it.,t?iuiFiianeIiico,0ii1.
XNxyTsac
To Dwkahhs, Complaihts nnd AccimmTs
wliieh Haiivaro'r Ym-i-ow On. is cimran.
Iced to cine or relieve either in Mam *
IIbast.
TAKH IKTE»H»UY FOR
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMl-S, I SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ar.
APPLIED tXTUNAlir FM
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTRACTIONS]
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
I FIWST BITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIN IX RACK,
P.UNInSIDE,to,
Every bottle guaranteed to r.ivc aatisfne-
tion or money refuniled,
DIREOT10HS WITH EAOH BOTTLE. Mill 9S&
5.KIL3UBM & 00., PrcrprtOtOM
TOltONTO, ONT.
1TOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVBN
tlmt, two months lifter ditto, I, tho
iindurttigiicd, intend to upply to the
Chief Cominiaakmor of IjiiuIh and Works
for t'crmirjsion to purchase'1IJ0 or moro
acres ot Crown land, uitinttcd on Koeye
Harbor, b'itz-Hugh Sound, B. C. Commencing tit post near the nhore, marked
A; thence Northerly, 50 chains, to post
11; thenee Ktiaterly, '10 chains, to post
0; thence Southerly, of) eltaJns, to post
1); thence Westerly, 40 chniiis along tho
nhorc, to point of' con i m di ia dm onl^
No minerals arc known to t-xist on this
land,
JOHN CLAYTON,
Victoria, B.C., loth May, 1882. Jyl-2m

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