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Array Provincial Seero'la
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
^—IS  PUSUaBBU——
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrande to Editorial mu Business Depaituent thbouoh T. b.
Pemion & llo-a. Book & Stationehy Store.
TEBHS-'BV Hull, is » yesr I tl 50 for » mo«.;
II for a mmi.I pnyntile In AiIvomco. Delivered
liyGa ilor or A^ent. il par quarter, imyublo
quarterly to-Carrlor ur Aaent.
AOENT8:
T. N. Hiiieii & Ci. Victoria.
Wm. HAssiaoa Yale.
L. t. FISHER A.Hortl.lsB Agont, 21 M. Kauai's
Ixcnnngo, Sun frum-lNco, I,nntburUed tu receive
Advertl.Bment. fur thia piipur.
Wxi §ritfafe Colnmlrinn.
H-slnrdny Morning. IHurrh 85, liffK.
The Mall Service.
It seams not *t all unreasonable
that then should be tri-weflkly wait
communication between Victoria and
the principal communities on the
Mainland, and the resolution moved
in the .House on Monday by the
Member for this city, was consequently in the right direction. But
tHis by no means coven the whole
grounds. Indeed it is questionable
whether it really touches the most
vital points at all. The slowness
and irregularity' with which the
mails between these two points are
carried ii a matter loudly calling for
remedy; Just look at it. The Enterprise leaves Victoria nt 8 o'clock
in. the morning, and seldom reaches
her before 5 o'clock in the evening.
More often it is 5:30 and even 6
o'clock before alia arrives. Occasionally, by way of varying the
monotony of the thing, it is 6:3
when she gets in. Now, we submit
that from nine to ten hours to make
sixty-five miles is utterly unreasonable. From six to seven knots an
hour is a rate of speed that would
not be tolerated anywhere; and
why should it be submitted to here ?
The inconvenience of this snail steam
service to business men having cot
respondent to attend to, and ull
persons having goods to receive, must
be sufficiently obvious. The tiresomeness of it to passengers need
not be dwelt upon hem It is to be
regretted, therefore, tlint this grievance was not embodied iu the resolution. We observe, from the pub
lished reports of debates, that it was
verbally jiotlced * but it ought to
have been set forth in the document
itself, But the greatest desideratum of all is undoubtedly tlie extension of the subsidised ocean mail
service to the Mainland; aud this
seems to have been overlooked altogether. We regret this exceedingly.
One of the most important duties
of the representative of this Bis
trict in the Federal Parliament will
be to urge upon tho Dominion Gov
eminent the justice and the desii*
ableness of extending the main
ocean mail service to this port; and
his hands should be strengthened iu
every possible way in the petfor
manca of that duty. Will it
strengthen his bands to have an
address coming from the Legislature,
moved by our own Member, asking
the Government to give us triweekly mail communication with
Victoria j and not even alluding to
tho more important matter I Will
the arrival of such au address not
have the very opposite tendencyT
We are very apprehensive that it
will. While, therefore, giving full
, oredit for good intentions, we cannot
help repeating that the address did
1 not cover the whole ground, em-
, bracing efficiency of inland service
1 and extension of ocean service.
Virginia City.
The Virginia Chronicle draws this
I gloomy picture of the Ooinstock aud
< the State of Nevada generally, but of
! the Onmstock in particular:—"Nevada
has   for   several   yean    past   bean
languishing. The Ooinstock hns ceased
to produce ore.   As a consequence a
Erocesa uf decay has been going ou
en which has had a blighting effect
| upon the whole State. The population
[ of Virginia Oity has decreased greatly,
| aud the depreciation in the value of
property has   been simply frightful.
Homes can be bought to-day for one-
I sixth, or even less, of their cost, while
I real j estate is sn unsaleable article
I Men have seen tha result nf tlie labor,
I economy and enterprise of their lives
I melt away in their sight because of the
limpoveriihinet nf the community.
^Business men are gloomy, and for the
Inost part rem>tin here only because
[savin? would involvo a greater l.isi
■nan staying does. Oar-ton and tha
IitighlHiring towns ami camps have
■hand iu the general downhill move*
Inent, and the State from one end to
[he other has sulfered more or less on
iccount of the evil days which have
laden iipim this great lode."
, .»■■ .—
j -One dollar's worth of foot! when the
low |s dry is worth 81.50 after she
loinea in. An animal in poor condition
ftinnot digest ai much food as one in
lood condition,
VOLUME 21
^lottrg
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1882.
NUMBER 24
The Working
The noblest men I know on
Are men whose hands
•   toil;
Who, backed by no ancestral groves,
Hew dpwn the, wood an| nil the soil;
And win thereby a prouder name
Than follows King or warrior's fame.
The working men, whate'er the task,
Who carve the stone or bear the hod,
They bear upon their honest brows
The royal stamp and seal of God;
Aitd worthier are their drops Of sweat
Titan diamonds on a coronet,
God bleu the noble working man,
Who rear the cities of the plain,
Who dig the mines, who bulfl tbo ships,
And drive the comineroejjrf the main,
God bless them; for their tonihg hands
Have wrought the glory of all lands.
A Pretty Widow with nCilass Bye
The prettiest, widow in all this great
metropolis is a lennm-and-lily blonde,
ranging only from five to eight inches
in thickness and proportionately small
in width, with no mure than eighteen
years to her age, and enough of a fortune tn allow ef doing just as she
pleases about marrying again. I was
in her party at the Madison Square
Theatre the other night, and we were
weeping more or less over the sorrows
of "Esmeralda." Allowing for the
hearty dinner which I knew the widow
had eaten, there couldn't have been
room in her thin figure for a great
amount of emotion; and when I sav
that tsars wen welling up in ono of
her eyes and not iu the other, I surmised that the little dinner had got
entirely on one side of her midriff and
the pympathy all on t'other. But I
wns wrong; mid this ia how I found out.
The widow's escort whs n sappy young
fellow, whose love was an profound us
his shallowness permitted. After
puzzling himself a while over the dry-
lies-) of one of her eyes while its mate
was brimming, ho nskud her for an
explanation of the photioiuonou.
"And which aye do you admire
most?" she said.
"H-h-hard to tell," ha stammered,
"The ono w-w-with the tsars sort of
melts a fellow, d-d-don't you know,
and the one without the tears sets
h-hhim nblase with its il-fl-flamei."
"On the whole, now, which do you
preferI"
"Wa-wa-well, I think the d-d-dry
one.*'
"I am bo glad, Dolphy, to hear yeu
say that," and the widow beamed rapturously into his face, "because that
eye is a glass one, aud .I'm sometimes
afraid it disfigures me."
This revelation lost her a lover, but
I don't suppose she will misa him from
tho gang, and she certainly had fun
with him while he lasted. — Clara Belle's
Neio York Letter.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN, London Market,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B, I,
R.T.WILLIAMS,
B1
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Tlctorla. B. C.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENrE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
PEONT STKEET.
W. B. TOWfrSEND,
! PItOPRIfBTOH.
T»E VERY BEST
BEEF, MUTTON, P011K,
VEGETABLES, AC.,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Families, Hotels, and Shipping supplied on reasonable terms.
Meat delivered free of charge in the
City, _ |ffe
tar Prices moderate.        *
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for the accommodation of tho
Public, and the proprietor will endeavor
. to deserve a fair share of patronage.
1    The very best of Wines, Liquors and
. Ckiaiis will always be kept.
! C.   MORTON.
July 1, 1881.   " aull
j   WM. G. BOWJAnT
LIVERY & HACK STABi.ES
i    BROAD   STREET
I (Between Yates & View),
| VICTOHIA,    -W-.    X.
norsM.Cnrrlngcs, Buggies It Wagons
I     to hire on reasonable terms.
H'T Particular attention paid to hoarding Horses'. '
FIRE INSURANCE.
The Bottom or the Sea.
The sounding* that were made between Ireland and Newfoundland before layiug the Atlantic cable havo
made the bottom of the Atlantic al-
moat as well known as the surface of
Europe and America. It is covered
with a fine mud, the remains of microscopic insects, which will one day,
doubtless, harden into chalk. The
bottom of the Atlantic ia tbe widest
and must prodigioua plain in the world.
If the sea were drained oil', you might
drive a waggon all the way from Valencia on the west coast of Ireland, to
Trinity Bay, in Newfoundland, and ex*
capt one sharp incline, about two
hundred mites from Valentia, it might
never be necesaary to put the akid on,
an gentle are the nacenta and descents
upon that long road. From Valentia
the road would be down hill for about
two hundred mites, to the point at
which the bottom ia now covered by
seventeen hundred fathoms af aea
water. Then would come the central
plain, mure than one thousand miles
wide, the iner-uulities of the surface of
which would be hardly perceptible.
Boyond this ascent on the American
tide commences, and i;rad-ally leads
for about two hundred milea to the
Newfoundland shore.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £2,000,000 sterling
Risks accepted at Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
j   SELLING OFF I
I —AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THK ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture,   Pictures,   Mould In as,
Wall Paper, nnd Undertaker**
(ioods,
In the Storo lately occupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for Goods which aro not on
hand will he filled from Victoria ou short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, New West
minster, or to
J,   SEHI,,
Victoria, B. C.
A schoolmaster of Nice has formed
among hia pupila a society for the pro*
tectum of vegetation. The membere
are to destroy injurious larval and
protect harmless birds. Their interest
tn tbe work ia kept up by tbe election
of laureates and the award of prime.
In four months of 1881 the children
destroyed 4,555 belts of moth-eggs,
representing no fewer than 1,3(13,500
larval; 104,328 cabbage larval) 1,583
grauhopmtrs; G2(> buttaralesr 68,1)11
slugs and snails; 1,274 grubs; and ,15,-
721 insects of various kinds. The
work is hotu very valuable and very
instructive.
 ■»■-	
When a farmer neglects or refusee
co-operating with his brother farmers
he strikes a blow at the advancement
of his clean and becomes his own worst
enemy.
Worse than War.—"The throat has
destroyed more lives than the sword," by
imprudence in eating and intemperance
in drinking; but when the health becomes
Impaired tho miserable dispeptio may
find prompt relief in Burdock Blood
Bitters. It regulates the bowels, acts
upon the liver and kidneys, purities the
blood, end stimulates all tho secretions
to a healthy action.
A Chre for Headache.—What physician has ever discovered a cure for
headache T Echo answers none. But
Bnrdock Blood Bitters, by thoir purifying, invigorating, nervine properties
afford a cure in nearly every case. The
health-giving principles of this remedy
are unequalled by any similar preparation
iu tbe world,
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columiia St., new Westminster, B. 0.
HAW   FIMXU,    KEY   FITTmi,    KICK-
HIIETII,  II Tl'I.ICRV   l.ildl Ml.
M'MSORH HHVUI'IVIII,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale
I'Nibrflinn .llrndrri, and General Irpulr-
Imk neatly done.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifles, Shot
Our™, Revolvers, aud Fishinu Tackle
for sale. d24y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
Popular Market
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
W. J. FRENCH,
PROPRIETOR.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, tho largest ami choicest assortment of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAMB, VEAL, TURKEYS, kc, in
season,
Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats
supplied at the lowest prices aud with
the utmost enro.
New Westminster, B. C.
delO
ESTABLISHED 1850,
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTOHER,
Nearly opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NE\\\ WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, OEGANS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
'    IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Assortment; from $25 to $00,
in(.\\ix &,(<>.>
MUSIC   STORE,
(iOYEimiEM STREET, VICTORIA.
J. BAQNALL,
P.axoforte&Or(.an Toner A Repairer
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
this Court, mado in Hie matter of
thu Estate of John Lewis, late of tlie
town of Yule, deceased, and in a cause
between Jam us Campbell, plain till', and
Frank Crotty and Gkorhe Stuart, defendants, the crcditon, of the said John
Lewis are by themselves, or their solicitors, ou or In-fore the 17th day of April,
•A. D. 1882, to come in and prove tlieir
debts at the office of the Registrar of the
Supreme Court, James Bay, Victoria, or
in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the bum-tit of the
aaid order.
Monday, the 24th day of April, at
11 o'clock in tho forenoon, nt the said
Chandlers, is appointed for hearing and
adjudicating upon the claims.
Dated the Kith day of February, A. D.
1882.
J. C. PREVOST,
•   Registrar.
DAVIE 4 FOOLEY, Plaintiff's Solicitors
fe!8
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Tost with a light gravity,
wliich makes tlm Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives n'Brll-
 puiiiil to
illMs!
Hunt) Light cu mil to fen Candle
LIS-5-
Its odor ia not offensive.   The Hcacon
Light Oil is
FREE FROM SMOKE & SMELL
In point of Economy, the Bcncon Light
Oil is
LEM KirCNUVfi THAN OTHER OILS.
The Cousumor burning one light—for
Four Hours -will not consume over Ono
('lill, or one thirty-net-olid part of a Oal-
lou. which does'not tax the Consumer
moro than Two Cents for a whole night.   I
OPPENHEIMER BROS.,       '
Solo Agenta, Victoria, B.C. i ■
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
Bale ou reasonable im-ms a few half-
bred Ayrshire yearling I lulls, sired by the
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
DurruRiN,
The dams being choice  dairy cows.
A. 8. VEDDER,
Sumas.
ROYAL  OITY
num m co.,
IX.XKITBD)
HAVE ON HAND AND AEE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AM. DESCRIPTIONS OF—
& Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planliisr. Scroll-sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A  SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
J. H. PLEACE& CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
STOVES,
RANGES,   &0., &0..
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES,
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
nOLRKOOK'H STONE BULMNG.
New WesliulnMrr.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
it*
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
I3OOT8  AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   description made to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A—
BOOT.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROTJSSEATJ,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Opposite the Bank.
jell
j.\,   HlUAItlUVihl),
■Sm PUItELT
fel
J Highly trecoThmrndcd
vi] tw Rlllonsnesa,
.   aiiT.d-Arlir, ion-
' -: "-l ■.liimiiim.lndttft-
\ Dizziness, llrsiiltarn,
. i-siY'titi. tost or Ap-
:-*-, .m-indicf. lion of
/ i .nm-H-h. Uvrrl'om-
p** - arising from tho Hlom-
, - ■• 1 UnevH. The* tn safe,
.:/.iiu(Ju-ini-'([ou. Fromltot
• pBtrfi nr.c vr.n nox.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'If.
t Old Broad St. and 1(1 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wnres, Merchandise, Mnuufncturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building ami repairing, Barges' ami other Vessels on navigable rivers nnd cannls, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Subscribed nnd Invested Capital,
£1,(300.000 BTG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
w. J. AltMSTBONG,
Agent for New Westminster.
HEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
THE CILIWRY DEPAITIUT
IS UNDER  THE  CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BRXJS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates. -
The Parlors and Sleeping Apart
nienttJ are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Howison.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, com
moilious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
VBXI   3SAX&
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wises, Liquors, Cigars, 4c
j. w. HOWISON,
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Newly Built and Newly Famished,
large nnd Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of that
mngnilicctit sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
DHTil   OF   ROOMS   FOB   families.
tw Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MAMMON,
Proprietor.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
(ESTABLISHED 1800.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located 'establishment,
having been purchased by tho undersigned, will be conducted as a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDINC    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mrs. Dag-iett,
TKUAtVs
Board k Lodging per Week $0 00
Board alone per Week  5 00
Single Meals      50
*ar The Mail Stages leavo this House
for Burrard Inlet twice a day.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
May 6, 1881.
CITY   HOTEL
NEW  WESTMINSTER
(Next  Door to  Public   Library),
COLUMBIA STREET.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
X to announce to the Public that she
has leased the abovo Hotel, and is prepared to furnish to tho travelling Public
FIRST • CUSS ACCOMMODATION,
—AT—
SEASONABLE   RATES.
Private Dining Rooms Tor Ladles
and Families.
MRS. BONSON,
M28 Makaosb.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE British Columbian, tho
Newspaper on tho Mainland of British Columbia.   Only $3 a year.
in §iii ox fo ileal-,
HORSE FOR SALE.
PROPERTY OP BISHOP OP NEW*
Westminster. Broken io singltt
and double harness and saddle. Pried
—9100. mh!5
FOR  SALE:
1-iHREE   YOKE   OOOD,    HEAVY
.    Work Oxen.   All Well trained.
For terms and particulars apply to
WM. McKEE,
Feb. 14, 1882.     (fclfil    Boundary Bayi
SECOND - HAND'
Engine & Boiler for Sale.
ENGINE ABOUT 12-HORSEPOW-
cr.    Will he sold cheap.
DkBECK BROS, k CO.,
do28-tc New Westminster, B.C;
BRICKS FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KlLtf
of excellent bricks for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere. ,
i\ Mckay.
New Westminster,
June 24, 1881. jn25
MoWm LEASE
Riverside Farm, Mats-pi,
IN WHOLE OU PART,
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED
acres Dyked Land, of which 280 acres
could easily bo put under crop for next
season,
WITH WHARF 80 FEET FRONT, and
AMPLE BAKX AMI OTHER     .
BVIiiUIKH    ACCOMMODATION
Apply to
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
FARM for SALE
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
X sale, on the most liberal terms, a
Kami of 146 acres situated on Boundary
Buy, about 8 miles from New Westminster, and intersected by the trunk wagon
road.
The principal part of the Farm is rich
bottom laud; twenty-five acres have been
cleared and partly fenced. There are
two springs of excellent water on the
property. It is well adapted for dairy
purposes.
For particulars, apply by letter, or
personally to
JOHN R.ROBINSON,
New Westminster.
January 3rd, 1882. jny4tc
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
niana, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for $160
cash, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers A Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
AOEES
DTEED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IS LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Liberal Terms or Payment siren t*
Bona Ode Settlers.
These Lands are of excellent quality,
id a large
the plough.
ocS
and a large portion of them is ready for
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
OREGON PRINCE
TIT ILL   STAND   FOR   SERVICE
Vf during the season of 1882, on
the Farm of the undersigned, Chilliwhack, nnd at Langley, Lodnor's Landing, and Maple Ridge.
Oregon Piusor wns foaled in Oregon;
rvill bo ti years old in May; is a dappled
rray; stands 17$ hands high; weighs 1675
hs. at present, will weigh about 1880 lbs.
during season; is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, and a powerful
horse in harness. He was Blred by W.
Myers imported Perchoron — "White
Prince, V Oreoos Prince won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
lost November, and is the largest horse
on the mainland of British Columbia.
TKRM8-310, 815, nml «20. Parties
front a distance sending mares will be
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R. STEVENSON,
jnyMte Chilliwhaok,
Maple Ridge Municipality!
NOTICE TOJATEPAITERS.
A COURT OF REVISION WILL
bo hold in the Public School-house,
Maple Ridgo, on tho Oth .day of May,
1882, at 1 o'clock p. m., when persons
objecting to their ussossmt-nts will be
hoard,
JAMES WM. SINCLAIR,
Clerk to Municipality.
Maple Ridge, March 13, 1882.     mh.16 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dry Goods & Hardware.. .Trapp Bros
Notice James Orr
Notice  J. C. Armstrong
Business Notice Trapp Bros
To School Teachers J. Kirkland
Special Methodist Church
Ike giritish Columbian.
Saturday Horning, March it, 18H3.
rarllaincntar-/ Representation
-A week ago we pointed out some
of the most glaring inequalities in
tho present basis of representation
in the Provincial Legislator.. It
was seen that, in proportion to
population, Victoria city and district
has moro than four times the representation that New Westminster
city and district has, and that
Kootenay, in proportion to it. Toting power, has forty-two times as
much I These inequalities were not
ao great five y.ars ago; but ev.n
th.n they were such as to indue*
th. administration of the day to
introduce a. measure for a readjust-
ment and increase of representation.
That administration went out, and
the present one cam. into power
but the necessity for a readjustment
of representation with a view to its
approximation to a population basis
was so urgently felt as to induce the
Government to promise the country
that a measure for that purpose
would be brought down this session.
It has been seen how that promise
has been kept! The absence of any
reference to it in the opening speech
roused our fears; and these fears
have been realized. The Government had neither the honesty nor
the courage to bring down such a
measure. It was admitted on all
hands that the concluding session of
a parliamentary term was the most
fitting time to make a change in the
basis uf representation; but it has
just been seen that the Ministers
had not the courage to take the matter up and fulfil their promise. They
had made up their minds to allow
the country to drift into another
four years' term upon the old ro' ten
basis. Tbey were willing to perpetuate the existing state of things,
rather than incur the risk of losing
a follower. \ But what a recreant,
cowardly Government refused to do
was very properly undertaken by
private Members. . It was most
fitting that the measure should have
been introduced by a New Westminster Member, and it was equally
in accordance with the eternal fitness'of things that the measure was
voted down by the Government
forces. Only think of it! The two
representatives of Kootenay*. Ji/teen
free and independent electors voting
against giving a fourth representative to New Westminster's one thousand .lectors ! Or even the two
Esqnimalt Members, with tlieir
eighty eight voters apiece, declaring
that one thousand voters on thu
Lower Fraser shall not have four
members 1 What extraordinary
ideas of justice some people have.
Justice, indeed ! What car. such
creatures for justic. 1 But Walkem
and his colleagues need not think to
evade the fu'l responsibility of
Thuiiday's vote. They gained their
point, tbey prevented justice being
done, only by the casting voto of
their own creature—the Speaker;
but, for all practical purposes, they
hav. been defeated, have ceased any
longer to lead a majority of th.
people's representatives to the country', ruin.
The Estimates.
' New Westminster (City and District) comes in for the following :—
Roads, bridges, ia, in the District,
$4,000. Then there is in addition
to that, $1,000 for that portion of
the trunk road between Ladner's
Landing and Hope, which, of course,
cannot be regarded as a District
appropriation, any more than those
for th* trunk road abovo Yale. The
appropriations for the various service, and for education are much
th* nm* «B in former years, being
a. follows:—Lunatic Asylum, $6,-
700; Police and Gaols (City), $7,-
692; Do, 'Burrard Inlet, $720;
B, O. .Hoipital, 84,250; Education
(City), SfiJlO; Do. District, 87,001);
Repairs of Government Buildings,
J400; Schools- in Surrey Municipality, "*2'50;'Do. Chilliwhack, 8150;
Fir*7 De|*rtment, $500.
Comparing the grants for public
worti in thi'City and District with
than''of' U%iyf»t, it is evid.nt
that tho Lowar Fiwer is weise off
%bntx ever.' I'M J"3"' counting the
fobiS for the city muooI building.
(which by the way was nev.r spent),
$4,550 was voted. Butnow, when impending railway work increases tho
necessity for roads and bridges to coi:
nect producers with the centres .of
consumption, instead of the appropriations being doubled or trebled, as
they ought to have been, they are
cut down ! Four thousand dollars!
Why, it will take about one-half of
that for the Coquitlam bridge alone.
And what about the new school
buildings in this city? Las year $850
was voted for the purpose of extension and repairs, but Walkem got
round the Trustees aud palavered
them into believing that if they
would let the matter lie over till
this year—the general election, you
know—he would set that they had
three or four times a. much to construct a bran new suite of educational buildings, buildings of some
architectural pretensions, which
would b. an ornament to the city,
hi.,.hi. ' But it waa simply palaver
—oily gammon, intended to mi.lead.
There are those amongst us who
havo been preaching the sordid doctrine of sticking to Mr. Walkem and
getting big appropriations. We congratulate such upon th* wonderful
success of the experiment. It ia
about time the representative, of
the Lower Fraser were ranged in
the Opposition. Had they remained
there, as they ought to have done,
the country aud the District might
have been spared present disaster
and humiliation. But "better late
than never."
Editorial Notes.
Communications, not intended for
publication but simply for our own information, have reached us from the
various rural municipalities, upon the
subject of tho proposition to vest the
liquor licensing power in tha municipal
councils. From these communications,
and fmm what we know of the matter
through other sources, there seems no
reason to doubt that tho change would
be contrary to tho wishes of tbe best
part of the population, and would conduce to a most undesirable state of affairs. It ii plainly intimated that the
movement has been hatched in a certain corner and sprung upon the municipalities, and it is confidently stated
that if left to the popular vote, ai it
ought to have been, a very large majority would be found against it. We
have no idea that tlie Legislature will
make the change, but it would probably be well if the question were taken
up and fully discussed in the various
municipalities. It is no disparagement
to say that if the responsibility of issuing nnd regulating liquor licensee
were banded over to the municipalities,
it would lead to a very undesirable
condition of affairs in more than one
locality.
In another place will be found extracts from the Report cf a Committee
appointed by the Victoria Board of
Trade upon the important subject of
salmon culture and fishing. Upon the
whole, we are hot disposed to find
fault with Die conclusions and suggestions of the Committee, Indeed we
think they are in the main in the right
direction, especially that portion which
deals with fish culture, We maybe
permitted, however, to express surprise
that, before venturing to deal with a
question so largely affecting the interests of the Lower Fraser, the Board of
Trade should not have thought it incumbent upon them to discuss tbe subject with those most deeply interested.
The gentlemen constituting tliat Board
should remember that, although taking
the name of the Provinco, the association is, after all, essentially local in its
composition, and to some oxtent, in
its interests; and whenever undertaking to deal with important provincial
questions in the name of British Columbia, it would.be proper and becoming to consult With British Columbia.
We hope the gdfttlemeii comprising the
Board will receive th< - admonition in
the spirit in which it h delivered; for
although in this instance we believe
that their conclusions will, to a very
great extent, be concurred in by those
engaged in the fishing industry in thii
part of the province, yet it might have
been otherwise, and there may arise
questions upon which there might not
be a similar concurrence of opinion and
interest.
Death in the Coffee Pot.—The public are cautioned against purchasing imported California ground coffee. Its
cheapness is its only recommendation.
The ingredients arc of the vilest description, us any one using it will discover
should he examine the grounds. During
the perihelia of tbe planets people should
be cureful what they eatand drink. Don't
allow your grocer to palm off his trash
upon you, because it pays him better to
sell it than the good article. Ask for
Fell k Co,'a Coffee and take no other.*
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
mHE TRUSTEES OF TRENANT
X School wish to engage the services
of a duly' certified Teacher. : Applications received until April 20th next.
Salary, 860 per month.
J. KIRKLAND,
mh2B '   ' "     Seo. T. B. ■
("Colonist" please copy.)
NOTJCE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
1\ that a nomination for a Councillor
for St. George's Ward in this City to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation of
R. VV; Deane, will take place at the
Court House on WEDNESDAY, the
20tk INST., at 10 o'clock a. m., and tho
polling, if any, on SATURDAY the first
day of April next.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster,
March 23, 1882. nih2S
asroorioB.
THE FOLLOWING SUMS ARE
the expenses in connection with, the
Election for thb Electoral District of New
Westminster, incurred by Joshua Att-
wood Reynolds Homer:—
Printing $01 20
Travelling und personal expenses.. 8"i 00
(Signed)
mh25-2t
$176 20
J. O. ARMSTRONG,
Agent.
BUSINESS NOTICE
T^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Xl that the Business heretofore carried
on under the name of R. W. Deane k Co.
on Columbia .Street, New Westminster,
will from this date be carried on under
the name of TRAPP BROS., they having
purchased the above-named Business,
assuming all liabilities and collecting all
accounts due the late firm.
TRAPP BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS due the late firm
of R. W. Deane k Co. must be paid to
the undersigned within thirty days from
tlie date of this notice.
TRAPP BROS.
March 22, 1882. mh2d
FOR RENT:
THE EAGLE HOTEL,  FRONT-ST.,
New Westminster;   opposite   the
Wharf; with a License.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mh22 Land Agent.
ilLil'J
WILL BE HELD AT
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
—OS—
Tuesday & Wednesday,
APRIL  11TH  &   12TH,
IX WEBSTER'S STOXE IMLMXG
The Work consists of Handsome, Useful
and Serviceable Articles of
LADIES'.   CHILDREN'S.   AND
OTHER (LOTItlNG,
FANCY    WORK,   &C.
The Proceeds of the Sale will be devoted
to the General Mission Fund of tbe
(Church of England} Diocese of
New Westminster.
A  CONCERT
Of Vocal and Instrumental Music will be
given ai, the DRILL SHED, on
TUESDAY EVENING,   APRIL II,
In aid of the abovo Fund.   TICKETS-
$1 00;    Children   half-price.     For
further   particulars    sec   Programmes.
^■Substantial REFRESHMENTS can
he obtained on the day* of Sale, at the
Sale-Room Lunch Stall.
mh22       Bv Oum-'tt of the Committee.
STEAMER
Wk VICTORIA
CAPT.   PLUMMER,
WILL  SAIL FROM SAN FRAN-
cisco for New Westminster on
or about
JIOXDAV,   Will   MAIM'll,  last.
RETURNING-Will sail from New
Westminster for San Francisco on or
abont SATURDAY, 'ilra MARCH.
For rates of Freight aud Passage,
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO.,
San Francisco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER,   Agent,
mhl8 New We&tminstcr.
TENDEBS_WANTED.
rpENDERS FOR THE FOLLOWING
X, Supplies to the Royal Columbian
Hospital, for one year from tbe 5th day
of April, 1882, will be received by the
Hon. Sec. up to noon of the 4th April,
1882.
Syrup, Golden per gallon.
Milk  " "
CoalOil  " "
Rice, No. 1 China  " lb.
Coffee, No. li  " "
Tea,Congou  " "
Sugar, Nos, 1 k 2  " "
Oatmeal, Provincial  " "
Butter, Fresh  " "
Pearl Barley  " "
Lard     " "
Soap, Blue Mottled  " "
Soap, English Yellow... " "
Bread, White..;  " «
Beef, FreBh  " "
Mutton, Fresh  " "
Eggs, Fresh  " doz.
Alder Wood, Dry  " cord.
Pine Wood, •"Live"  " "
Flour, Imperial  " sack.
All tenders must be left with the Hon.
Sec, endorsed as above, accompanied by
samples. •   ;
All goods supplied must be of the host
quality and delivered at the Hospital free
of expense, in such quantities as may
from tune to time be required.
Each contractor will be required to
furnish bonds, himself and one surety for
3100, for the due fulfilment of contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. See.
N.W., March 6, 1882. mhfj
1862.1882.
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
SUCCESSOR TO
L W. U Si CO,
DIRECT
IMPORTERS
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
ESSRS. TRAPP BRO-
iVX there, having purchased the old-established
Business in
Of R. W. Deane & Co., beg
leave to call the attention of
the Public to the following:
That for 30 days, commencing from the First day
of April, they intend to hold
a Clearing Out Sale.
when Goods will be sold AT
COST, and some under cost,
FOR CASH
We also intend to hold an
Auction Sale of Goods
on ihe following Saturday
nights   in    April: — 8th,
15th, 22nd, and 29th,
commencing at 7 o'clock, at
our Store on Columbia Street.
We guarantee to the Public that these Sales will be
exactly what we claim them
to be, and not mere advertising dodges.
The reasons for our selli ig
at cost are these:—We have
large invoices of Goods to
arrive shortly in every department; We have too large
a Stock already and wish to
reduce it.
We respectfully solicit a
continuance of the liberal
public patronage bestowed
upon the late firm of R. W.
Deane & Co.
We havie on hand a full
Stock in ■
Dry Goods & Clothing,
Paints, Oils, etc,
Tailoring, Milliner*' and
Dressmaking done on the
premises.
TRAPP BROS.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
AUCTIONEER.
T have received  instructions from
J. S. CLUTE, ESQ.,
Collector of Customs,
TO SELL BY
AUCTION
NEW   WESTMWSIEE,
,   — OH—
WEDNESDAY,
TneFMDayofAppil)1882)
ON IRVING'S WHARF,
AT  10 O'CLOCK  A. M. SHARP,
The undermentioned Goods,
seized lor breach of the
Customs   Laws   of
Canada, viz.:
604 PACKAGES OF
MERCHANDISE
CONSISTING OP
Chinese Dried & Preserved vegetables
and Fruits,
Chinese Dried Fish,
"    Soaps,
"    Medicines,
"    Writing Paper,
"    Shoes,
"    Clothing,
"    Twines,
"    Stationery,
"    Combs,
Axes and Cutle y,
Hungarian Nails,
Tinware,
Candles,
Black Tea,
Table Salt,
Shoe-blacking,.
Cotton - flannel   Underclothing,
Towels,
AND   A   MISCELLANEOUS   ASSORTMENT or CHINESE and
OTHER GOODS.
ALSO
At 12 0'Clock Noon, Precisely,
A PERFECTLY NEW
Carom Billiard Table,
With Ones, Balls, Fool Board, hs.,
manufactured by Strahls & Co.,
ot San Francisco.
TERMS   CASH.
Goods will ba delivered, and must
ba vemovad on tha following day.
V,
New Westminster,
Mnreh 17,188!,
I
AUCTIONEER
mh»
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN—
GROCERIES
AND
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in the above
Lines and by
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We are prepared to fill orders to the
Trade in the following Goods;
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS, *
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, Rice, Syrup. Cheese,
Dried fruits, Canned Goods,
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
B AN3,
BR CMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Good-} in the Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to the imderaoted Goods, on
which the most LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS will le Offered to the
Trade, as we are
SOLE
G00DASG0UIBAUXG KWDL1
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON LIGHT COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being  the  Largest Sue and Best
Tobacco,
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TIIE—
WWEST MMKT RATES.
1861.  1882.
TECH
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 2l years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright; We
hope to ilo 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 to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
New West., Feb. 8,1882.       fel 1
ROOFS!
ROOFS!
ROOFS
No More Leaky Roofs!
is mum
ROOFING,
THE BEST, fllEAPEST. and
MOST DURABLE B00F.
SUITABLE FOB ALL CLIMATES
and ALL SEASONS.
I, the undersigned,
having    made    arrangements with the |
Victoria Asphaltumj
Works,   as   Agent, !
am now prepared to j
execute   all   orders j
for the same at reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P.  FRY. lite British €olumbiim.
Salunlny .Horning, Mured 25, IStK,
PABSEBIGKRS.
Par Btantner ENTEllPWSB. from Vtt-torln,
Mrtrcli 24—Mr. tnd Mr», A. Oiidurkimkiiiiildillil,
Mri. Uwl*. Mrs tiiuby, Mi»s McMai'iiliy Me->m.
J. Adair. ,T. M'-Kny, C. Honk, D-ioley, J. llm.
Iny, McMurphy, J. McDoug-ill, McXeuley, and
210ut!ieri.
The'wooten mill bonus has disappeared from the estimates.
River navigation may now be regarded as open for the season.
The Bonanza will be due here to-day
with a cargo of brick for Mr. Deane's
building.    . .
A telegram from Yale states that
the Water had only riieii eleven inches
up to noon yesterday.
The estimates contain $215,000, and
th* aiipplemeittnry a-tima es $25,000,
for graving dock-in all 3240,000!!
The steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner, arrired from Victoria at ti: 10 last
evening, with mails, freight and passengers.
It was understood in Victoria that
the Western Slope and the Pacific Slope
would leave for the river and Yale this
morning.
What has the local organ to say now
about the judicious husbanding of the
public revenue by the Walkem Government?
t The cer#mony of laying the foundation stone of Mr. Deane's new brick
building will most likely take place
on Monday.
We hear it stated that, of the 94,000
down in the Estimates for Now Wesfe^
minster roads, &c, $1,500 is for bridging the Coquitlam river.
Tile Enterprise brought up 210 workmen for the 0. P. R. contractor Inst
night They were transferred to the
Reliance which left shortly after.
It appears that the steamship Fie-
ioria did not sail from San Francisco
till Thursday, consequently she will
not be due here till about Tuesday.
A meeting of the Council of the
New Westminster Rilio Association
will be held in Dr. '.Yew's Otlice on
Wednesday evening next at 8 o'clock.
We observe $1,650, down in the supplementary estimates For public schools,'
in this City, but the chances of thu
money being forthcoming are very
slim.
The report of the proceedings of
the Chilliwhack Council, addressed to
this office, having gone round by Victoria, we are unable to publish them
to-day.
Amongst the passenger* by the En
terprise yesterday was A. Onderdonk,
Esq., C. P. Et. ..contractor, who has
just returned from Ottawa. He proceeded up to Yak,
On Wednesday the Legislature wns
fairly deluged with petitions very numerously sij-mod /roni all parts of the
Province,'praying that liquor saloons
may U* closed on Sunday.
The steamer Reliance, Capt. Innlcy,
left for Yale last night, with
freight and passengers, and with a
reasonable prospect of getting through,
ns it is thought the water hns risen
sufficiently.
The Government are. evidently desirous nf holding back the dock committee's report till they get the estimates
through, when they causnap their fingers
at the Opposition. The Opposition will
hardly be so caught,
|.ar]y yesterday morning a land slide
ocd&rred at Maple Ridgo, adjoining
the'large''on* of last year. Alt the
damage it did was to alarm' tire neighborhood and slightly reduce the area
of Mr. Howison'* farm.
Foiling .day for the election tn Ull
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Councillor Deane has been fixed for
the lit of April. Some strange inspiration must have suggested * date ro
completely in harmony with th* etor-
nal,fitness of thing*.
Another Cabiboo.—A Halifax dispatch of the 16th say*:—Adams and
Lecainp of New York have paid $50,-
000 for a gold mine at Cariboo in this
country lately operated by D. A Macdonald, who came into town with a
bar weighing ono hundred ounces
worth about, two thousand dollars
recently, the cost of labor in obtaining
which was less than four hundred dollars. The lead is 2h ft. wide and
yields two ounces per ton,
— ♦ ...
From Nanaimo—-Tho steamer Ada,
Capt. Rogers, arrived front Nanaimo
yesterday morning, •' bringing a few
passengers and a quantity of freight
for merchants of this City, which had
been carried to Nanaimo by the strain-
ihip Victoria, on her last trip. The
consignees for these good* arc, C. G,
Major, VV. Rae, M. Eckstein, Deane
& Co., R C. Planing Mills Co.,
J. Wise, J. Ellard A Co., J. Cunningham, II, Eiclndf, E. Bradbury..   ..
The Civic Printing.—-Mr. Howison
is always prepared for a joke, but his
remarks at the Council mooting with
respect, tn the civic printing, if intended nsa joke, iimy be misconstrued by
those who do not know the circumstances. Mr. Howison said there must
be a combination Among the printing
offices, as neither of th'tmi would tender for the corporation printing. He
should have stated the reasons why no
tender was made. When the committee
entrusted witli the matter waited upon
us the question asked was, "What will
you charge per "m" to do th* whole
corporation printing for the year?"
Now, any printer knows that no intelligent answer could he given to such a
question unless the committee wero
prepared to state approximately what
kind and how much Would be required.
This thoy could not do; and as there
was no possible basis upon which to
make a tender, of course no tender
could be made. These are the simple
facts, and Mr. Howisnn's proper course
would have been to state thein. The
hint about, going to Victoria er setting
up a civic printing establishment is, uf
course, not serious. Tho Cou'JUMan
does city work at regular rates, and
these rates are quite as low as could be
obtained at Victoria, and actually
lower than those tvhiclj prevail in many
nf the Canadian towns. We make un
distinction beLween the corporation
and other business concerns. There is
no reason why thoy rIiouUI bo charged
eitbor less or more, tf it is the "pinion
of the Council that printing could be
dono-more cheaply by the Corporation
perhaps a practical test would not be
more cosily timo somo other enterprises in which city funds have been
uselessly wasted, and the result might
not be more disappointing to'the ratepayers.    ^____^____
The Ut-p.Tst-n tul Ion Quest Ion
In the House, oil Thursday, Mr.
Harris moved, and Mr? McGillivray
seconded a resolution to give tho District of New Westminster au additional
member. The' Government put Mr.
Mcllmnyl fiii'waro to move an amendment declaring that, iitykw uf .the approaching general election, it was not
desirable to change the representation
without the people, heinjj first consul ted.
The amendment was carried and the
resolution defeated by the vote given
elsewhere. ■
■ ♦	
Tliursduj'8 Division*
The vote upon the measure to give
Now Westmhistdi* District another
representative iu the Legislature wits
as follows:
Police Court— Thursday, March $3,
—Ah Pari, convicted of selling liquor
to Indians, at New Westminster, on
21st instant, got six month* with hard
labor,
AtIt Aoain.—The poor little penny-
whistle organ Is again at it* favorite
employment of "trying to make water
mn uphill." Rut it wont run. There
i* too much cement,    i •
Nbwipaper Enterprise.—The Victoria Standard has just succeeded In
placing before it* render* the account
of busin*u of the Suez Canal which
appeared in our column* about a month
ago.
1 —■■■■. .        •+• - ■■■	
Methodist Church. —Rev. E. Robson, pastor. Service at 11 a, m. and
7 p. in. ' Sunday School and Bible
Clan at 2:30. Subject to-morrow
night —"D*monology." Seats free;
■trangers cordially invited, *
,,,,     -  ♦	
Splendid Beeves. — Tha bind of
cattle brought down by Mr. U. Nelson
yesterday ware amongst the finest we
have seen.   Twenty-five of them, it
i* estimated, would dress upwards
of eleven hundred pounds apiece. They
come from Nicola Valley.
n ,    — ; -*m*       ■      ■ ■■       ■■
From Up-Rivkr. —The steamer Re-
lianct, Capt. Insley, returned yesterday, having gone up as far a* Cheam.
She brought down 33 head of cattle,
belonging to U. Nelson, and th* following passenger*:—Mrs. D. W. Miller, Mr*. Howison, Mis* Miller, Father
► Oherouso, Messrs, U. Nelson, Fitzpat-
rick, Gamer Munch.
The Trapp Brothers- --It will be
seen by reference to our advertising
columns that Messrs. T. J. and S.
Trapp have taken into their own hands
the largo and flourishing bu nine's
hitherto oarried on under the style of
It. W. Deano & Co, Having already
gained the confidence nnd respect of
the entire community, we wish nnd
predict for those enterprising gentleman
a prosperous career,
AYES.
Smitho,
Mara,
Armstrong,
Wilsou,
Williams,
Ash,
McGillivray,
Harris,
Finibury,
Vernon,
Bennett,
Ferguson,
NAYS.
Walkem,
Heaven,
Humphreys.
A lira mi.
Dnimmond,
Calbraith,
Gallagher,
(lotrnii.
■frown,
Saul,
Holgcson,
Mcllmoyl,
Casting   voto by the Speaker for tlio
Government.
Those members who we feel confi-
dent cast a vote contrary to the wishes
of their constituents we have taken
the liberty of di'stingm'shina* by black
bitters. Indeed, we would probably
bo justified in putting all th* "nays'"
in the same category, jnnsnntcti as it
is scarcely possible to cortceive of any
constituency, unless, perhaps, that of
Knoteiny, «neing so utterly destitute of
alt sense of fairness and decency as to
refuso an additional member to tho
Lower Fraser under ull the circumstances.
 ——♦	
Road to Port jKoodjr.
Application for Government Grant.
According to announcement, a public meeting was held in the Hyack
Hall on Thursday night, to discuss the
Port Moody road question. The meeting was called for. 8, hut the Mayor
did not tako the chair till 8;30. At
thst time there were 20 persons present, but before the meeting adjourned
the audience numbered 47. Mr. W.
Duncan was appointed secretary.
The first resolution waa moved by
Mr, D. Curtis, and declared thst, in
view of the fact that the contract for
the construction of the C. P, R. from
Emory to Port Moody had been let,
it is of the highest importance that a
wagon road be built connecting this
city and Port Moody, Resolution
carried without discussion.
On motion of Mr. William Holmes,
it wns declared that it was expedient
to commence the road at once and
push it on to. completion with, all
possible haste, or else the city would
suffer serious loss, parried without
com mint,
Mr. W. Dunonr moved the next
resolution, declaring that -tho road
now known as the North Road was the
proper one, as considerable work hsd
already been done on it, and the cost
of completion would not be large.
This resolution hung fire a long time
for a ,seconder. Mr. .Chris Lte
thought if a road were built it should
go. to tbe head nf the Inlet. Mr. J.
C. Armstrong said he had no objection
to second this resolution or any of
thein, but he didn't believe any good
was going to be accomplished. Last
year we had a similar meeting and
passed the name resolutions, aud what
came of it i They went down to Victoria and were thrown into the waste
basket. That would be the result of
the present agitation. He was one of
the deputation who went to Victoria
last year, and tho Premier said whenever the railway- contract to Port
Moody was let, the wagon road would
b* built like a flush. The present
Government were ready enough to
premise, but they never did anything.
This district would never get anything
from Walkem. The whole appropriation we were to receive this year for
roads and bridges was 94,000, and we
had a population only 1000 less than
the whole of Vanouuv*r Island. Our
share was proportionately about as
big as a postage stamp compared to
the Loudon Time*. He would vote
the 94,000 for a cast of the Government, to be taken in that celebrated
cement upon which they had already
squandered $35,000. The Government's treatment of this district had
been most contemptible and insulting.
Resolution carried. .      ,    .
The n«t ■ resolution was-mortd by
Mr. Jas. Cunningham, requesting the
oity and district members in press the
matter upon the attention of the Government, and obtain a sufficient appropriation from the "surplus revenue"
for the purpose. Mr. J. C. Armstrong would like some explanation.
Where is the surplus ? Such a thing
as a Government surplus would b« a
rare curiosity iu thia country. Resolution carried.
Mr. J. B. Burr moved that a committee b* appointed to confer with the
district members and the Chief Commissioner, and make use of whatever
means they thought proper to accomplish the scheme. The committee
selected was as follows: Messrs. J. C.
Armstrong, .las. Cunningham, J. A.
Webster, the Mayor, and Mr! Howison.
Mr. Jas. Kennedy' thought some
scheme should be adopted iu case the
application to the Government failed.
If the road was for the benefit nf Port
Moody, let the property owners is*tie
scrip to build it. If it was for the
benefit of the city, let city debentures
be issued. If the benefit would bo
shared by both, let both contribute
equally to the undertaking. IU didn't
believe the Government would make
a giant, and if (he property owners nt
I'urt Moody were too hide-bound to
contribute somo of their town lots,
they couldn't oxpeot us to do anything.
Mr. Howison thought we had better
try the Government first. Mr. J. A.
Webster, ns a Port Moody property
owner, said ,Port Moody was perfectly
independent of the road, and if the
pooplo of this city couldn't see their
own interests it would be their own
loss. Mr. J, C. 'Armstrong said if
Port Moody was so independent, tho
people of this city should bo independent too. Tho proper course would
be to form it company and build a mil-
way from this city to connect with the
C. P. R. nt or near,Pit River. It
would cost only about SS.f.OOO, und
then we would be independent of
either Port Moody or Coal Harbor.
If the road went to Port Moody, this
would be the real terminus for many
years to come: if it went to Coal Harbor, as many people supposed it would,
very likely tho branch from this city
tu Pit River would become a part of
the main line. Mr Jas. Kennedy
approved heartily of the railway suggestion. If this bi'Hnch railway were
Inrlt, the city revenues would in 8
years pay tho whole cost. Ha proceeded to criticise tho extravagance
of the City Council, when ho was interrupted by the Mayor and ordered
tn sit down, as civic affairs were nnt
now upon for discussion, The meeting
then adjourned.
(It) council.
A Night With the City Fathers.
The Council mot on Wednesday
night, pursuant to adjournment. Pre-
Bent, His Worship tha Mayor, and
Councillors Howison, Haslam, Curtis,
Webster, Johnston, and Elliott. There
were quite a number of spectators
p rvsuu t.
A letter was rend from Mr. Q. E.
Corbould, solicitor, applying on behalf
of Mr. Bt-iggs for $100 which had been
deposited with the Clerk for a saloon
license which the Council had refused
to grant. Mr. Howison thought we
might not to give up th* money. So
did Mr. Haslam, and a resolution to
that effect was carried.
A letter was read from Councillor
Dmnm, tendering his resignation
Councillor for St, George's Ward. As
a reason for resigning, Mr. Deane
stated that it must be patent to the
Mayor and painfully so to the Council,
that he (the Mayor) had proved a total
failure. His conduct iu ruling resolutions out of order and permitting Councillors to indulge in uncalled for, abusive aud insult ing language had prevented freedom of discussion nnd the transaction of business. Ample time bad
been atlorded to correct these abuses,
aud as the prospect of improvement
seemed hopeless, nothing was l*ft for
him but to resign. The Mayor said he
did not think tlie letter was worthy of
notice or discussion. There wns no
apology or explanation necessary from
him. Ou motion of Mr. Curtis, Mr.
Deane's reify nation was accepted, mid
it was ordered that nominations for the
new election should be held on Wednesday, the 2l)lh inst., and polling on
the 1st of April.
The following accounts wore present-
ad and referred to committee to be
paid if found correct:—Chas. McDoti-
ough, for oil, 811,50; CnU'MMAN, for
printing, &o>. 932.84; Pry, for desk,
Ac, for Council Chamber, 926. An
account from Mr. Edmonds amount ing
to 95, for foes as witness in a license
case iu 1880, waa ordered paid. Also,
Mr. Forrest, 910 for burying a squaw.
Mr. Curtis explained that the squaw
had been lying dead for several days
and he, as & member of the Board of
Health, had ordered the buiiaL   Mr.
Johnston thought the account should
have, been presented to the Indian
Agent, whoso duty it wns to attend to
these matters. If we paid this, nobody
could tell how mnny more we should
have to pay. Mr. Haslam was of
opinion that the bill should be paid, us
it was ordered by a member of the
Council. Mr. Elliott said ho had several times waited upon tho Indian
Agent with respect to similar cases, but
he was told that when Indians died
within the city limits the city must
bury them. The account ww ordered
to be paid, and thu Clerk was instructed, to bill the Indian Agent fur the
amount- \
Mr. Howison reported that he had
waited upon the local publishers to
obtain tenders for corporation printing,
but had failed to got figures from any
one. He believed there must be a
combination among the printing establishments and the Committee didn't
know whether to send the printing to
Victoria or buy a press for themselves.
Both tho offices agreed to tin the
work at regular rates, but they would
not tender. He moved that the printing he left in the hands of the Clerk
to be divided fairly between tho two
offices—carried.
In reply to a question ns to when
th* revenue by-law would bo completed, Mr. Hnsliun said the committeecutild
make no progress, as they could have
no basis of action until the validity of
the sidewalk* by-law bad been decided,
Mr. Curtis said that question might
not be decided for three mouths, and
the business of the oity could not be
oarried on without revenue. Mr. Haslam said the only safe way would be to
levy the highest legal rate so as to provide for an adverse result in the sidewalks case. If the rate wore placed at.
1 cent. and we had to keep the sidewalks, in repair, there would be a deficit. -Mr. Johnston considered it
child'splny to be waiting for tliat decision. He was opposed to a higher
rate thnn 1 cent. If that was not
sufficient for sidewalks we must du
without them. Mr. Elliott said the
responsibility of delay did not rest
with the committee. There was no
use going on unless the resolutions of
the Council were carried out, Tho
Mnyor asked Mr. Elliott if he would
be kind enough to stnte upon whose
shoulders the responsibility did rest-
Mr. Elliott—"Well, a great deal of it
rests on your own shoulders." The
Mayor said he did not consider it his
special duty to carry out resolutions of
Council. Tho resolutions were iu the
hands of the clerk who, ought to enforce them. He was no more responsible thnn any one else.
An application waj read from th*
Water Works Co., lukijig permission
to erect tanks on Agnes st., Royal
Avenue",.arid Queen's Avenue, and to
lay down pipes along any street where
they, might be found Necessary to an
extension of the system, afr.'Johnston
.-bought the Council should first know
exactly what the company proposed to
do. Somo day these water works
might bu very valuable, and we should
not vote away our rights blindly. The
Mnyor snid that when this became a
large city the water of th* company
would deteriorate and hecomo unfit for
domestic purposes. The application
was referred to a select committee.
. Tho Mayor, presented; a letter from
Capt, Jommett, of Victoria, suggesting
that the city Bhould make application
to the Dominion Government for possession of the park and grounds extending from Mr. Homer's -residence to the
penitentiary, about 200 acres. He
believed the application would be successful. "On motion jt was ordered
tliat application be made at once
through Mr. Homer, M. P. -
Sir. Haslam handed' in his rceigna-
tion ns member of the Council, nnd
left the Board. Mr. Curtis thought
the resignation should bo accepted at
once so that th* elections mii/ht be
held simultaneously and expense saved.
Mr. Howison asked that no action be
taken till next Monday night when, if
he was rightly informed, thero would
be more of the same kind. The resignation wns laid on the table, and the
Council adjourned till Monday night.
■*»    ■	
SkkdM—Call and see our fine stock
Acacultural Seeds and. note our prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Herring,
Druggist, City Drug Store, N. W.
 .      -m> '
"Salmon Culture."
This is the title of a nest little pamphlet before us, being the Report of a
Committee appointed by tho Victoria
Board of Trade, dated 20th January,
last. The subject is one of very great
importance, aud we need, therefore,
oiler no apology for presenting the
following extracts:—
The importance of the fishing Industry to the Dominion and British Columbia cannot be over estimated, and
the growth of it—as evidenced by the
faot that in 1830 the' value of canned
salmon put up in the Province, was
$305,000, while iu 1881 it had increased to 13876,000- promises to be so
rapid that your Commit.* recommend
thst while the industry is still young,
the rivers well stocked with salmon,
and apparently no injurious diminution of the fish supply yet experienced,
well considered aud linn steps should
be taken to protect the rivers from
over-fishing and thereby place this
valuable industry on a securo and lasting basis.
Compared with the Columbia and
Sacramento, the rivers of thi* province
ar* mull and their capabilities as
fishing grounds are very limited.
On the smaller streams utter exhaustion of the fish would soon ensue from
over-Helling, while iu the Fraser aud
Skeenn rivers the supply would be so
diminished as to seriously injure th*
industry, which, under proper protective measures, should not only continue as a means of employment to a
very large portion of our population,
but be developed ou a far more extensive and permanent footing.
The principal part of the pamphlet
is taken up with Mr. Wilmnt's letter
to Messrs. Hnigh A Suns, of th* Coquitlam cannery, and it concludes as
follitws:—
Another important reason for guarding against a diminution of the snlmon
supply exists in the fact that a large
Indian population depends upon it as
its main article of support. This does
not apply only to the Indians resident
ou rivers, hut also to those ou the
coast, on islands, and in parts of the
interior, as the river Indians catch and
dry large quantities of salmon which
they barter with other Indians who
cannot obtain this essential article for
themselves, and should salmon become
extinct in the rivers, or be so seriously
reduced iu quantity as to cause destitution among the Indian population, it
would be a serious matter for the Government to provide means of support
for those Indians.
The Committee, in view of the foregoing, recommend that the Dominion
Government be urged in the strongest
manner possible, to adopt immediate
and effective measures to guard against
over-fishing, and the consequent inevitable diminution, and possible exhaustion of the salmon fisheries.
Regulations have already risen made
by which a close time of 24 hours in
ench week is prescribed, but the opinion
of many fishermen and persons conversant with the habits of salmon is,
that those regulations do not afford
the requisite protection, owing to the
uncertain and irregular movement of
the fish tewards the spawning ground.
To extend the close time would be
highly detrimental to the fishing industry, as the runs of fish are limited
to sliMit periods, of which canneries
must take the utmost advantage in
order to make the business profitable.
Hatcheries, when fully established
under government supervision, would
probably be the means of maintaining
the salmon supply unimpaired; but no
hatcheries have yet been established in
the province, and. even were they established at once, some years would
elapse beforo thev could be effective.
As tlie regulations pertaining to a
close time for fishing do not afford the
protection necessary, and the establishment of hatcheries has not even
been considered by the Government,
the Committee are. of opinion that a
scheme (having due regard to vested
interests) of granting licenses, hy
which the number of fisheries in the
different rivers nnd fishing places would
be regulated and placed under the control of the Government, would best
meet the case until hatcheries of the
necessary productive capacities hare
been established.
The Committee suggest that:
The power of granting licenses
should rest with a Board consisting of
the Lieutenant-Governor, the Inspector
of 'Fisheries for the Province, and the
Indian Commissioner;
That tubing with nets, seines, or
other appliances should not be permitted iu ftny of the rivers, approaches to
rivers, or inlets of the province except
by license, and that the infringement
of any of the regulations which may be
framed should entail confiscation of
fishing appliances, besides severe penalties;
Licenses to be granted yearly; .
The cost of licenses to be a nominal
sum, say' not exceeding 920 or 925 for
each establishment.
HOLT'S EXPRESS!
PERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
light freight to move to the steamers on the morning of sailing, or at any
time, can rely upon having it done
promptly by dropping their orders into
my box at Messrs. T. R. Pearson k
Co.'s Bookstore. Ordere should be in
before eight o'clock in the evening.
mhl8 EB. HOLT.
INFORMATION WANTED
INFORMATION WANTED OF HEN
I uy Smith, a native of Bullyrenau,
Parish of Balee, County Down, Ireland;
mother's maiden nnnie, Mary Honey;
father's name, Edward Smith. Henry
Smith visited Ireland in 1800, and ou
his return was shipwrecked aboard the
steamer "Golden Rule" on the Ranca-
dora Reef. He arrived in San Francisco
iu July, 1885, and left in August of that
year for Cariboo or the Fraser river
country, where he had previously resided.
If alive, he is now 54 or 5fl years old;
he is over 0 feet in height and of
stout build. Any information will be
thankfully received by his nephew ROB-
RRT McKKATING, in enre of Jons
Henry Buney, Hibernia Bank, San
Francisco, Cnl. mhlS-lm
H.W.HUGHES,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
-A-O-EITT   FOR
Tor-mto Wooklv MnO $t 00
Tni-iinto WiHttilv (llnl* 1 00
Miintrenl tfer**1i1 * Wtcktv Stur 1 00
.Moiitrnnl MTi'i-Wv WitiiN*. 1 10
Nt-w York Wwkly WltiiwM 1 tl)
Pf-lf-iitifk Aniert-.-f-.ii. 3 2&
Scultlnli Anmric-oi-I'inmiil  3 00
N. Y. Hernlil, W*>rM. Sim, &c t 10
Phii F'iiuicIbc" Ilnllftlu       2 ba
Ilni-per'a Miui-i-/!"'.' ami "W«fcW, iwli 4 00
fitnIt-Y'r*   UillfV tttok  2 00
Sail Francfcn  Wwkly Cull 1 37
Frank I,eslte'n t'utillcnttonii at Publlahet-'i PrlrM.
fieri.  (tai-neM'-t  I,iff J3 00 to 13 60
UltCiiii's Ltfo  2 60
And any other pnpeit er MapiMnei of importunes
In C-L-iadn or In ilic Unltwl 8l»t*». Tlio Bullrlln
""litis rr.nr a 1-r nf mciI-i ami I'lnnta, vhlble at ilia
nii'ctianl'-'Nlnitilli'o. Tlie bIjoto am all dtTerwt at
tlio name juIcch chargc'l by pubHthera, io tha
■oonar yon apply the runnier the paper will arrlfe,
Aitdrcu, nl mice,
llt-NRY W. llUGIIMt, Agent,
tnlit New W#ttmlti»t»r, B. C.
**• Ascent f>r Tte-wty'r- Pianos and Orgaria.
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICB
1 that from and after this date I will
not be responsible for any debts contract-.
ed by my wife, Isabella Magee, she having left my bed and board without just
cause.
Dated 21st Feb., 1882.
HUGH Magek;
North Arm, Fraser Rivef. f*22
MAINLAND
Caledonian Society!
A SPECIAL MEKtINO FOE UB^
gent business Will be held at tha
Colonial Hotel, in this City, on Mokdat
tiii: 3ni) Ai'itn., at 7 p. m. sharp.
J. A. MACDONALD,
.Secretary.
New Wert., March 3, 1882. mht
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
EEATHOEH'S
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new.Oddfellow Hall, Col*
nmbia st., New Westminster.
Seeds! Seeds!—A large and varied
stock of fresh seeds, imported from
the principal and most reliable growers,
at Herring's Drug Store.
Brltlxli Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe nnd Lock Works, J, A J.
Tn) lor, Proprietors,
These celebrated safes are made from
heavier iron, weighiug 20 per cont. more,
and have till the modem improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
Including the Sargent Qreenleaf Dial
Lock. .Being of Canadian manufacture,
they aro 'duty'free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from ono hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. Waitt& Co., Victoria,
Flower Seeds.—Tho finest assortment in tho Provin e. Forwarded
to any part of B. C, postage paid. Address Herring, Druggist, NT W.
The Secret of Beauty.—-No cosmetic
in tlie world can impart beauty to a face
that is disfigured by unsightly blotches
arising from impure blood. Burdock
Blond Bitters is the grand purifying
medicine for nil humors of the blood. It
makes good blood and imparts tho bloom
of health to the most sallow complexion.
Chilblains.—These troublesome complaints may be speedily cured by Hug-
yard's Yellow Oil, the Rheumatic remedy, which, as an external application and
as an internal remedy has a wider range
of usefulness than any similar preparation in the world. All druggists sell it,
25 cents.
Burns and Scai..« are promptly cured
ns well as all flesh wounds, sprains,
bruises, callous lumps, -lorciiess, pain,
inltnmmatiou and all painful diseases;
by the great Rbeumntlc Remedy, Hagyard's Yellow Oil. For external ond
internal use.    Price 25a.
Mr. S. M*. Hartman, Dentist, of Victoria, purposes paying Now Westminster a professional visit on the 28th
March and remaining a few days, when
ho will ht- happy to meet anyone requiring his services. *     mhlS
Bi.ve.vhise fur fanners' use, in 1,000,
."'(Hi, and 100-Ih. lots, at 7, 8 aud
10 cent* per lb. Address A, M. Herring,
Druggist, N. W. mhl-2m
Prstistry.—Dr. Welsh, Dentist, will
be found at the "Holbrook House" for
the present, until he can secure a permanent otHce. mhlS
l-T If you want a first-class Piano or
Organ, go to T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. Tho
best Pianos for the money in the Pro
vince.— Adv.
FOR  SALE:
mHE   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
City of New Westminster:
LOT 4, BLOCK 19,
" 10,       " 32,
" 12,       " 32,
" 7,       '" 9,
" 12,        " 24.
District of New Westminster:
Lot 210,  Group I., Nortii .hore'Port
Moody,
Lot   102,   Group I.,   Soutli side Port,
Moody,
Lot 116, Group I., near Hastings, Bur*
nml lltlct,
Lot 302, Group I., FuUre Crock,
Lot HO, Group It,' South bank Fraaor
River,
Lot,   147,  148,   150, 'Group II., South
hank, Fraser River,
Lot flfin, Group IL, South bank Fraser
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhlS Land Agent.
COLUMBIA   COLLEGE
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Visitor, Bishop of New Westminster.
Lad)'Principal, •  MIks Kendall.
THE COLLEGE WILL REOPEN
JAN. 4, 1882. Tho school year
consists of 10 months, or 40 weeks, divided into three Terms.
FSTaii
(IK ADVANOB)
BOAKI), f 4.00 f
Washing, 25 "
Tuition (English, French
and Latin), 5.00 "
do.     (without Latin),     4.50 "
I do.     (without  French
and Latin).
(elementary class)
wfcek
doz.
do.
Mrsie,
Sinoinci (hy Mrs. Sillitoe),
Gkrman (b'y Mrs. Sillitoe),
3.50 '
2.50 '
4.00 '
15.00 '
6.00 '
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMER..
ous patrons tlittt he has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Whore will be found, as usual, a coal'
plcte assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And & fine line of
Dry Goods, Gents* Furnishing
Goods, Ac, Ac.
Which' will lie sold at  the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Owlu
He thanks his friends for tlieir nasi
liberal patronage and hopes for a con'
tinuance of the same. mhl
CITY LOTS
—AMD-—
Us A 3NT ID t
FOR   SALE.
A reduction of 25 pev cent, off tuition
fees iu case of second and younger bisters.
CHARLES E. WOODS,
di>2lto Hon. See.
Who says that times are dull? R. W,
Deane k Co. have now xink nssistants in
their estAhlishnient, and all are kept
busy, •
Kastkk Caki's. A fine assortment of
the Intest designs, nt T, R. Pearson k
Co.'s
SCOTCHMEN!
\70U ARE HEREBY REQUESTED
J tn meet at the Colonial Hotel at
ft o'clock on Monday Eveninu, 3ui> Ar-
nil,, for the purpose of organii-.iitg a
National Society upon a hroad and per*
niancnt basis.
By request,
JKO. IRVING.
New Westminster,
March 3,1883. mli4
PHOTOS
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET Pictures of yourselves and friends.
Wi) have fitted up with a good deal of
expense a Floating Photograph Gallery
and will visit the principal ports of British Columbia, and all wanting pictures
will do well to wait for ns.
Wo have had over 25 years' experience
as a photographer and seldom fail to
please. No better work done outside of
San Francisco.
Our stay will be short in every place,
so the people should improve the time.
mhl 5
D. A. JUDKINS,
Artistic Photographer,
What artor science can with this compare?
Sit but une moment amlyoui form is there;
And when iu years to come for lost ones
you grieve,
Possess but this, and lo! again they live.
Many sciences there are of the mind,
Though of consequence but one I find}
'Tis not earthly, out an immortal one,
'Tis God's own image in his only Son.
Whilo here  nature fades beneath the
hand of fate,
Just sit one moment or you'll he too late,
Aud leave tho image of yourself behind,
That loving friends may boat yon in their
mind.
THE   FOLLOWING    DESCRIBED
Valuable Property in the City and
District of New Westminsters—
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 and 8, block 17, cornel" of Men**'
vale and Columbia streetr*. There is a
good House ou these lots and a Garden
very lately laid out and in good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot i), block 18, on Columbia street.
An excellent House; good tenant; and in
thorough repair.
LOT  THREE.
Lota Ji and 6, block 17, on Mcrrcvale
street. The best site in the city for a
residence; thoroughly cleared; well
fenced; an excellent Orchard in full
hearing, and a fine spring of the very
lest water.
tn (tie District:
LOT POUR.
On False Creek trail—known at tha
Hazelwood Estate—300 acres. The road
passes througii a portion of it, and at an
outlay of one hundred dollars 100 to 200
acres may lie brought into cultivation
this year. There is a email Home on
this lot, situated half way between tbie
eity and Granville.
LOT FIVE.
On the Burrard Inlet road—joins Mr.
Nicholson's lot; covered with magnificent
timber; distance from this city only three
miles; 160 acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. 0, block 6 N„ R. 1 West, nearly
opposite Douglas island, on the left bank
ol the Fraser river—-KiO acres.
LOT   SEVEN.
Lot 77, group 1—head of Buruaby lake;
very good land; 160 acres.
LOT   EIGHT.
Lot 82—west of small lake, Inlet road
100 acres very superior land.
LOT  NINE.
Lot 1 fi7—right bnnk North Arm—third
lot from the city; 100 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 20, 30, and 32 -430 acres; •}•
mile from Boundary Bay; tine timber
and tine situation for a logging camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section 35, Township 3.
LOT TWELVE.
Sec. 20, block 14 North, Stan I
Wast.
Any ol tha aboTO proparty will ba aoM
cheap and on easy tapna. For particular, apply to the owner,
JAMBS MORRISON,
J.i35-U»       Qoimljiw*,N«»Weirfc (Dur Stow.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
Afterward when I grew older, she
told ine all about your offer. She said
you had sent a messenger to say that
if she chose to give me up entirely to
you for eleven months in the year,
and during that time to hold no communication with me or with you—she
might have what was left of me for
one—and she said ihe had sent you
back tlie answer you deserved. I say
•he did right. If I were begging my
broad in the streets, I should say she
had done right."
His grandfather had been gazing
intently at hiin as he spoke, drinking
iu, as it were, every word that he
Uttered. As Aglionby ceased, ho drew
a long sigh, and a strangely subdued
look came over liis face. He passed
his haml across his eyas and said, iu a
low voice, as if communing with him-
"Ay! ay! such was my message-
such was my mesiago. Then," lie added presently, looking up again, "since
you are called after your mother and
her people; since you have been delivered over into tlieir hands, what
have they done for you ? Perhap. you
were too proud to accept their assistance, eh?"
A gleam of hope, pleasure and approval dawned in his eyes, nnd hs
looked eagerly at Aglionby.
"My mother had no people, except
her one sister, who was as poor and
brave as herself. I never refused tlieir
assistance, for it was never offered me.
They had no menus of assisting ma."
f'No-means! I thouijlit ': he began, looking strangely at Bernard,
while, a dark red color suffused his
face. He muttered something to himself and loomed tu ponder upon it-
Then suddenly looking up again he
naked:
"And pray, what do you think of
me V
His choler had subsided, aud he
looked up into the somber face above
him, with an expression akin to wiut-
f illness.
"Of ynu ? I know absolutely nothing
of you, except tliat ono action of yours,
which you cannot possibly expect mo
to think right. For the rest, you are
my father's father, and entitled to my
outward respect, at least."
"Humph! Then, whon your mother
refused my offer, what did she do?" he
asked suspiciously.
"She went on with her music-teaching and her drudgery. She worked
for ine," said Aglionby with passionate
though repressed emotion. "And six
years ago, when I could have begun to
repay her, she died."
No asseverations were necessary to
emphasize the feeling that lay beneath
this simple and unadorned statement
of a fact. It seemed to cause some reflection to the elder man, who, however, presently said:
"How would you like, when next
you have a holiday, to come and spond
it at Scar Font)"
Bernard's eyes suddenly lighted.
His faco changed. Then he laughed a
littlo and said:
"Not at all, thank you."
"No? Why not?'' asked the other in
a tone of deep mortification.
"Because I havo neither port nor
lot in Scar Foot, and will not go noar
it. I will keen to the friends I know."
"Sirati! What friends can you have
here? What influence have they? How
can they help you I What can they do
for you?"
"Nothing; that's just it. I havo
everything to do for myself, and it is
best to remain where nothing can happen to disturb my conviction on that
point."
"Thon you don't realize that I still
could, if I chose, put you out of the
necessity uf doing anything, could provide for you amply, without your needing to lift a finger.
Bernard laughed again, more cynically than before.
"If you choso, and if I chose," he
said, "You seem to forget that I am
Bernard* Long's son, but I do not.
Nor do I forget your own character,
your caprice, your hardness. All the
Aglionbys are hard and obdurate as
rocks; my mother has told me so, and
I feel it iu my own breast. You are
not one who could put up with being
thwarted. If I saw much of you, I
should probably do something to
thwart you every day. I have hands
to work with"— he held them out; "a
head to plan with"—he smiled ambiguously; "health to carry me through
adversities, and a will which enables
me te restrain my wishes and desires
within reasonable bounds. So long as
those things are left me, I am my own
master, and my own master I will remain."
"A bright life, truly!" sneered the
other. "Hard work for a bare subsistence; i/rinding your brains to powder to keep body and soul together; a
fining will to be used for nothing but
to ropreas the natural desires and impulses of a young man of spirit—a
pretty, life, truly, and I wish you joy
of it!"
"It's not much to boast nf, is it?
'A poor thing, sir, but mine own.'
Fortunately there are always things in
this world, and especially in a big town
like this, to take a man outside himself, nr he would be iu a bad way."
"Plays for instance, and concerts.
It runs in the blood to be fond of such
things."
"Yes, Luckily for mo it does. They
have driven the devil from my elbow
more than once, and will do so again,
I doubt not."
"Oh, then ho does sit at your elbow
sometimes, dues heI"
"Often enough, and black enough
ha looks."
"What shape does he take now?
What does he look like?"
"Many it shape. Once he dragged
me through some months of low dissipation—I'm an elevated character you
perceive. He got me into the miro
and held me there till I waa nearly
choked. But 1 managed to scramble
out somehow. That waa after my
mother had gone," ha added slowly,
and with hesitation. "I had nothing
then, not a aoul to turn to, Bah! It's
a filthy recollection. Ha takes other
shapes now."
"Aa what, for instance?"
"Ob, now he ofteneit looks like a
lean knave, clutching an amptypuraa,
and pointing his finger aleng a cold
road full of milestones that get more
and more tumbledown-looking as you
go on. I passed the twenty-sixth of
them the other day."
"Ha!" said the old man clutching the
round knob of his stick, pursing hia
mouth; and staring down at the dusty
floor, with round, open eyes, as he
shook liis head a little. "I know those
milestones, too. You've many yet to
pass before you get to the one that I
tottered hy u few week ago."
"Which was that?" asked Aglionby
in a softer tone.
"The seventy-second."
"Ah! That is a long way from
twenty-six."
"Ay, it is. Well; you haven't made
yourself out a smooth or delicate character," he said, with sudden quickness
and keenness.
Aglionby shrugged his shoulders.
"Why should I? You would hardly
have believed mo if I had, seeing that
I am one of your own race. Such as
I am, I have told you—why, I couldn't
say, whatever you were to give me
for it."
"And your existence here, is it an
inspiriting one?"
"No—at least, not that part of it
which is devoted to business."
"It is not a business in which you
are likely to rise, then?"
"Not unless I bought my rise. Tha
heavier you are weighted—with gold—
the faster you get on in the race," said
Bernard rather dryly.
"H'm! Did you choose it for yourself?"
"Necessity and the length of my
mother's purse chose it for me. They
bound me over te them for five years,
and paid me various salaries during
that time, beginning with live pounds,
and ending with the dizzy eminence of
five-and-twenty. Since then, by screwing hard, I've been able to keep myself."
"Aud is the situation pretty secure?"
"It is quite secure, so long as I am
the cheapest and hard est-working fellow they can find for it."
"But why should you submit to such
scurvy treatment? A grandson of mine!
Monstrous! give them a lesson; offer
to leave them."
Again Aglionby laughed the cynic's
laugh.
"They would take me at my word at
once, and there would be lifty hungry
men waiting to step into my shoes,
and to thank heaven on their knees
for the work that I was too dainty for."
"But you could find something else
—something more suited "
"When I can—something more remunerative—I shall cut the present
concern without scruple, I assure you."
"What would you be, if you had to
choose ?"
"That's a leading question, but I
happen to have mi answer ready for it.
I'd be a politician, with enough money
to help my cause forward and the opposition one backward."
"Your cause being—-I saw you at the
Liberal Demonstration on Saturday."
"Yes, my catiBe is the Liberal cause
or rather the Liberal cause is mine."
The old man rose.
"I must go," said he. "When I
caino in here, I was thinking of you,
and wondering where in all this great
city you were to be found. I guessed
who you were, when I heard that girl
call you Bernard. Is she the girl you
are engaged to ?"
"Yes."
"Ah, well! wouldn't you really like
to run over to Scar Foot? I can tell
you it is a place well worth visiting—
tho fairest spot, I say, in the fairest
county in all fair England."
"1 dare say; it wuuld do me no good
to seo it under the circumstances,' replied Bernard curtly, while an intense
longing to look upon it rushed over
him. Had ho not heard its every room
described by his father, til! he felt
that were he dropped down before it,
he could find his way through it blindfold! He had heard tho doggrel old
verse which that father had repeated
in his last hours, as he lay senseless
and "babbled of green fields."
' 'To fair S,*nr Knot my thoughts I turn,
Win-lice lilti-1 wiilki'd H-illi you,
Through flulili lie-h-we-l—-'
There the recollection always broke
off short; but Aglionby, from his earliest childhood, always thought ef Scar
Foot as surrounded with "fields bedewed." His father, exiled and banished, had never ceased to love his
homo, and return to it in infancy, with
a dalesman's deep and ineradicable
love. * If lie, Bernard, were thus disturbed nt the mere idea of seeing the
much loved soot, what might the ex
tent of his weakness be, should he ever
really behold it? No; he would keep
firm while yet he could; and he
added nothing to his last words, though
his tips were parted.
His grandsire watched him keenly.
"Can you uiistitleii your fingers so
as to shake hands with me?" he asked.
Bernard paused. Then, literally
carrying out tlio old man's words, he
did unbend Ins obstinate joints, and
nut them within the old, knotted hand
held out to him.
Their eyes met; there was plenty of
dogged obstinacy in both their faces,
plenty of self-opinionatediiess, pride,
determination; rugged, twisted characters, both of them, but honest. As
their fingers touched, Bernard remembered and the recollection seomed to
throw a new light over his mind—that
his father had not been strong and
sturdy like this; who was to say what
provocation this irascible old man
might not have received at the hands
of his beloved? What passionately
cherished hopes might not have been
blighted when Ralph Aglionby left
"lair Scar Foot," at strife with his
father, aud after sulking in London for
six months took to wife Bcrnada Long,
from among what must have seemed to
the retired country squire tho daughters of Heth—the ranks namely of
poor musical professional people ?
As if hy one impulse their hands
closed upon one another, in a mighty
grip; then, without a word, were unclasped again.
(To I'd Continued.)
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filtered water. The liver is tlie true
filter for the blood, and Burdock Blood
Bitters keep the liver and all the secretory organs iu a healthy condition. It ia
the grand blood purifying, liver regulating tonic.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Impobtbbs and Dkalkks is—
Books & Stationery,
MtKGY ae®Bs,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B. C.
The largest and beat-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of tho Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
iu great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in tha
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. Au immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions arc being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spectacle*, Eye-til** sirs,
Playing Cards, Visiting Cai-tln,
Bustuess Carda, Card board,
Card Cases,  Vases, Games,
Inks of all kinds,
IllkstAUda— p'aln and fancy,
Photo   Albums, Picture*,
Antograph  Albums,   Toys,
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Willing D'lka, Gold Pens,
Lndies' Work Baskets,
Gentlemen'! Dressing Cases,
Splints, Velvet Frames, toe., toe,
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrangements with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, we are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, arc now in
this city,  aud they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. We are
also agents for the Knabe Pianos, the
Steinway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we can supply ou
the most favorable terms. We are agents
in this province for the Dominion Organ
CO*B* OrgUIIH (of Bowmanville, Out.), and
W. Bell & Co's. Organs {of Guelph,
Ont.j, and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purohase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Voeal and Instrumental Music to bo found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both secular nnd
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pianists in the east. Sheet music
sold at New York prices,
Music Books.
Always on hand, a good" assortment of
Instruction IJooks for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music bonks,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
Wo aro agents for the North British
a.vd Mercantile Fire Insurance Co.;
Capital, 910,000,000 ; Losses paid, $25,-
000,000. Also, the Confederation Lire
Association, offering the lowest rates on
tho host security of any company doing
business in Canada.
T, R. PEARSON & 00„
Columbia it. (between 0. O. Major's sad Junes
CmmI nullum'•),
Now Westminster, B. C.
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR.
McColl's Store, Holbrook'B Stono
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Mr. J.Cunninghani's Store.
Residence—Merivale Street.
Dp, Loftus 11. Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Put-Office, Columbia Steer.
Omen Hooks- -Morning, from 11 to 1;
Evening, from 3 to 8.
C. J. LEGGATT,
llarrister-ii t>Ln w
NOTARY PUBLIO,   ETO.
OFFICE-Noxt door to Uren's Photo.
Gallery,McKeuzioSt., New Westminster.
A. T. D. MacELRlEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PU3LIC, &C,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
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OFFICE—Columbia street, Opposite Hyack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLU MBI A   STREET,
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N BW   W BSTM IN8TBK
•tar Several good Farms for Sale and to
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COLLECTOR ol RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for llicTltAVElUIKS' IXSIIK-
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KI.Kt   muilr In nrilir.
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■Engagement   nnd   Weilillng   Hlngs a
aim-lull}.
*3T Watclioa   nnd   Jewelry  carefully
repaired. Old Gold and Silver bought.
jny4to
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PRACTICAL
CHEMISTS DRUGGIST,
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(OH'. OOl.OrlUI, IIOTUI,),
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N.  B. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty years' cxiicrienco.    tnr23
CHARLES E. WOODS,
LAND SURVEYOR,
REAL   ESTATE  AGENT,
Conveyancer & Accountant.
BKXTS,  DEBTS, AC,  C0UKCTKD,
Loans Negotiated, mul a Genera]
Agency Business transacted.
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Phenlx Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, and the
Kqnltablc life Assurance Society
of the United Slates,
101 mint  afaUKT,
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MAJOR
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
ol* all kinds.
BLANKETS
Tn colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and He-
sians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
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Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doc,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
XTVIUK, V TBUfO
In Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE B ST.
In UroceriBS and Provisions
Every thing the best
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MORAL—If you want a (lood article,
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OOL1TUBIA   BTBB1BIT,
New Westminster,  B, G.
Canadian Pacific Railway
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  THE—
Canadian Facile Railway
'      —IS—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .93 00 to $4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class....... 2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   350     "
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 50 to 1 75 "
Hewers  2 50 to 3 00 "
Choppers  1 50 to 2 00 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employee** to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will  be convenient
along tho Line.   Board—-$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in tho Company's Houses.
Wnges will be paid monthly, on tho
10th of each month,
A.  ONDERDONK,
General Manager.
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Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1. 1881.
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Of tlm COMPANY wu. Ti.-I.l nt KilllinurKli on
Tucmlnv, 111. 20lli of April, 1880.
Result. Communicated In file Report by the Director..
AMOUNT    PROPOSED   FOII |
ASSUIIANOK    during   th.Ul,U7,9U  II
yi'nr 1879 (2,336 Propn.nl.)   J
AMOUNT Or   ASSURANCES!
ACCBPTED during til. jenr V£!,1M,4M IS   1
1870 (I.SOD Pollcnm) j
ANNUAl PIIEMIUMS on nr»)
I'olicln. during tbn your 187S1
CLAIMS liy DKATII during 18701
exHiinlvi) of Bonn. Addition.)
AMOUNT of ASSURANCES!
ACCr)l'"BD during tliu laitt..«,2M,01J 10   <
Are year. J
SU1IM8T1NO   ASSURANCES')
at lOthNnvemiiur, 1870 (of i ,,„ „,, „., ,, ,.
vhloh £1,345,470 I 17 I 01. f *M,°«.*'"' '« *»
Itonmiureil with other office.) J
REVENUE, upward, of SEVEN HUNDRED AND
N1NKTY.P1VH THOUSAND POUND)
STERLING per Annum.
INVESTED FUNDS, upward, nf FIVE AND A'
HALr MILLIONS STPRUNO.
£40,984 11   T
£471,001  >  I
RATES OF PREMIUM
And every Information will b. furnlibed by
MR. W. H. KEARY.
Columbia Btreet, Now Weil mi niter,
Agent,
Who le mi th irlsed to receive Propotnle for Aiiur*
nnco.
Medlcnl Kxnminer for Now WeMmlniter.
ALFRED    MA8TEK8,    M.   D.
tiie put EMLMi mm
ctsflfa in mntiirfr jenrs.
DR. HINTIE win nvrpc to furfHt
Five Hiimtml Dollnrtt r.ir * mw of
i.,is kiu'i Hit vital Restorative (u-mI-t
his e|'Ci-inl 'tiki-1*- uinl m-iiitijMiijwill not
cure, ur lor miyHii**c iimmn* or injurious
fomiil in It. DR. MIXTIK t -nm ml Mi-
Hif***** niu-ff-jifiillj' whin,iit nirrcurj
t'OllKHltillloil free. Tliprongli cumnl-
iintiDH "ml Hdvit-f, $5-oo hire o' Vital
Restorative, $:* on ■■ bottle*, or tour
times i lie quoi-iity. $1000; unit to nny
iHliiri'Ss upon receipt of prlux. op0 O 0,,
secure froni dbst-rvmlon, nnd in private
muni- if denrud. hy A. K. MINTIB,
H. fl.
Tho-ii*-who runnot rlr-tt DR. MIXTIK
in Sun Fi-ftiioireo should tend n full mid
minute iWiPment) ot their troubles wltb
$2r,-0Q,. uud in rtjtura a full count** of
Mudieiiie will ht farwnrd'-d, lecurelj
(incked. so as not lofxtriltfruriosity. '
All orders (or mftllclflt0;'6 D. mint
he n.comimiupil wiih $1 00 (us « rfuir-
Hnlee of (rood Mill), which will be deducted when the imrknirc is ilil*j|..t,il.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FilRK.-Sent on
HpplidUion by li-tler sUliiifc symptom*,
sex nnd ■•(-*■.•. ConimttnicHtiont strictly
coi.lMeniitil. jnySUly
II Kearney Hfrcct, Sub Frnnelseo. Cal.
INDHZ
To Disuses, Complaihts ind Accidikts
which Hagyard's Yellow Oil it guutuH
teed to cut* or relieve either In HAN V
Beast.
TAKEN 1NTEIKALLV FOt
CROUP,
COUGHS,
CRAMPS,
SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA,
COLDS, Ac
mum MTiituuv Hi
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
CHILBLAINS,
CALI.OUSLUMPB
SWELLINGS,
STIFFJOTNTS,
GALLS,
FROSTBITE,
LAMENESS,
COONS,
COXTRAC1IOXS
BRUISES,
LUMBAGO,
ITCH,
DEAFNESS,
PAININBACK,
SPRAINS,
PAIXInSIDEtM,
Every bottl. frtiar.inteed to gin utkfac-
tlon or money refunded.
OIIEITIMS WITH EACH I0TIU. •NOffMtw
5.jiiiaTjiwaoo.,p«pd»toni
TORONTO^ OUT.
DR. SPINNEY & CGVS
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
DR. HPINNKY, well kmvanaath.fonder ol til. Umitrunl, 10. K.) Medical Intitule, mid Into I'nilirtotor of tlie SIMNSBWIUIl
IXFIKMAIIV, would moat r«|>eotfnlly Inform
111. patlenta and tbe afnlrlod itenuralljr, tliat li.
.till cuiitlnnea to treat rlironic and ner.on. die*
un.M with unuarsllelwl ancwu,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Rriu-mhor that jirnrrn.tliittlon U tbt Iblif et
tlmi.ii
COMB AND BE HEALED.
It imitiorn nnt what your tronblM may tw, «om*
nml I ft the ThM-ti-r ttmindn-* ymiretwa It will
mut vmi n.itliltij, fnr tiinwiltnllini, no plvaw call
anil Mtlniy vuur*«Wi-« wh<-lh«r tlm Doniur uihl«-r-
-ttnnrlii yoiirciiRe. II h* .-nn *ui*r* ymi he will tell
you ant If nut, he wilt till you tlmt, fur ha will
nnt nn-l.Ttiiki- a enao itnlwia lie la coniirtent of rf.
fw'thiif a curt.
1'itrlli'H nt a illHtancti wtahhiK treatmmit( by
attmilnK W ami it minute duaerluilim nf tttwlr
tti.iil-li-tt will receive In n-turn » full counw of
trwiiiiii'iit Ni-niri'ly imrkeil ro m not to excite cu-
rlnxilv.
|>ll. HPINNKV will tfunrantHi to fcrftlt Fife
Mnndreil Dnllart. lur evory viw of nny kind or
(■Imrncler which hf nii-lurtiihca hti.1 fuilh. t« *nri".
I'. 8 —For alumni', i.f ulit.rt it.iiiiling, a full
conr-ie ut iiu'iItIii-1-., mifflclent for a cure, with
nil liwtHiollnni, will lie «aut tu nny addreu on
recul|it of ItO.
Call nr AihtreM
Dr. 8PINNKV * CO.,
0 2a.ly      No. 11 Kearney-at. ,Huh K-undticu.Cal.
PATENTS
Wc continue to net as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrights,
etc., fur the United .States, Cimad'a.Cttlw,
England, Krancu,   Gennany, etc.    We
huvuimtl tblrty-nve yearticxperlence.
Patents ohtatnod through tis aro noticed in the Suibntivio Ambbioan. This
large and splendid illustrated weekly
paper, 88.20 a year, shows tho Progress
of Science. Is very interesting, ami has
au enormous efrcnlatioii. Address.
MUNN ft CO., Patent Solicitors, Pub'
Ushers of Soientikio Amekioan, 37 Park
Row, New York. Hand hook about Pat-
I cnts sent free, itM

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