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Array Govornmont Gazotlf
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—18  PUBLWHSD—
Kvery Wednesday & Saturday,
— Br —
D   ROBeON St- 00.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STBEET. EKTSAKK TO EDI-
i oruland Business Oepahtment tkiiuch T. R.
Peabsoh & CO'S. Book & Stationery Stohe.
TlJinirt.-llv Mnll, *3nyorir| JI Go for IIinc.;
SI rm JI num. i iinyubln in Advance. DBllvored
by Oiirrlnr or Agent, $1 pur qtlnrter, pnyatrler
iiunttorly to Onrrler or Agent, '
fOCNTS
T. H. HlSBEH t CO. ••••■• VlOTOHlA.
T. R. Pemson & Co Vale.
TUIC BADE*} miry Ire feurnl oil nio at
I lllO r A" tit Uro. I'. Howell A Co.'.
Newipilur AilwtlHltig llrireanOO 8|,rncu 81.),
wliere inlviri IIhIiiii contrite!* limy lie Inrulo for it in
SBW WOltli.
lite f vitislv €Qlttiiibiim,
Wrdm-Nilny Morning, July 119.
current Events and Opinions.
It was by the vote of the Parnellites or Irish Nationalists, that the
Gladstone ministry was overthrown,
and one of the loading Nationalist
journals announces that there can
be no satisfactory law for Irish relief except ono which the house of
lords approves. That tlie Irish
party has broken with the Liberals,
at least for the present, is evident.
But the terms of a Tory alliance
nre plainly statfed by Michael Davitt
at a mass-meeting in Hyde Park.
He says that the Irish Nationalists
will tolerate no hali-wuy measures
of relief, and that they demand for
Ireland the same control of its
ai.iiirs which is enjoyed by Canada
and Australia. Tliis is the demand
for a merely nominal connection
with England. Canada and Australia have their own parliaments,
lay their own taxes, and are practically independent. ; Until1, this
independence is conceded, Mr, Davitt says Ireland will continue to obstruct British, legislation and to'
threaten British power. An illustration of the Irish method is
furnished by tho overthrow of the
Gladstone ministry, and the installation of a Tory government .which
is necessarily powerless. Speculation upon the result of this definite
demand of the Irish party is useless
until the actual political situation
is disclosed by the election under
the enlarged suffrage. In view of
the Irish policy of supporting the
'lory government, the prospect of a
decisive Liberal majority over the
coalition is not clear. Tho Irish
Nationalists will perhaps hold the
balance of power, in which, case
the Irish question will take precedence of all other questions, because
it will involvo the. stability of the
ministry.—Harper's Weekly.
VOLTTM-E 28
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 188.1
NUMBER 7
bottom of this piece of race legislation. Rival laborers raise tlio mad-
dog .cry. of- immorality against their
Chinese competitors, and the government clutches at the objection
which its own commission has disproved as a means of conciliating
the labor vote. Economically this
measure is a fatal form of protection; morally it is a subterfuge;
politically it is class legislation in
favor of ono form of labor and
against another: "-'a decree restricting the production of capital through
the medium of high-priced labor, it
is at once a political crime and an
economic folly.—f/te Week. It is a
great pity the Week does not confine
itself to tliB discussion of'questions
with whioh it is somewhat familiar.
Its opinions upon the Chinese grievance are conspicuous blunders. -
JOHN GARROW, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Omen-Next KIhoii'h Tailor Shop, Cor.
Chureb mid Columbia fits. no22tc
DR. S. CLARKE,
Member College Physicians
and Surgeons, Ontario,   Registered under
Medical Ordinance of Brltlfm Colnmbia,
Office In D. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug Store,
New Westminster, B. C. no'iCtc
T.
11. MATHERS, M. D.
Office—Tempornrllyln Wise'sbuilding,
Front street.
ItKsmENCK—St. John street, opposite tin?
Public School, New Westminster.
mlilMo
H,
Itl. COOPER, n. A.-M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON.
I do not advocate the keeping of
tho Soudan by us; it is-a useless
possession and we could not govern
it, neither can Egypt I am only
discussing how to get out of it iii
honor and in the cheapest way, and
that way is, either by some sort of
provisional government under Zu-
hair, or by giving it to the J£urks;
it is simply a question of getting
out of it with decency. The Turks
are the best solution, though most
expensive. They would keep the
Soudan; give them £2-000,060.
Tho next lest is Zubair witli -ffiOO,-
000, and £100,000 a year for two
years. If you do not do this then
be prepared for a deal of worry and
danger, and your campaign will be
entirely unprofitable andr devoid of
prestige. It would be nobler to
keep tho Soudan, but it is too much
to expect our taxpayers to agree tp.
The Soudan could, if cut off from
excresences, be made to pay its expenses, but it would need a dictator,
and I would not take the post if
offered to me. What have we done
in Lower Egypt to make them like
us! We have foisted Europeans on
them to the extent of -£450,000 a
yoar. The Mahdi says: "I will
take one-tenth of your produce und
I will rid you of the dogs"—a most
captivating programme. * * *
From a professional military point
of view, and speaking materially, I
wish I was the Mahdi, and I would
laugh at all Europe. I declare
positively that I will not leave the
Soudan, until every one who wauts
to go down is given the chance to
do so, unless n government is established which relieves me of the
charge; therefore if any emissary
or letter coines up hore ordering ine
to come down, I will not obey it,
but will stay here and fall with the
town, and run all risks.—Extract*
from Gen. Gordon's Diaru.
On the Ohinese question, the government is certainly noting contrary
to the spirit of thp report of its own
commission aud the evidence by
which the conclusions of the commissioners are supported. The evidence went to show that Chinese
labor, especially in the United
States, had proved of great value;
that by means of it feats in railway
building otherwise impossible had
been achieved, and that tliis labor
is at once cheap and good. The
charges of excessive immorality
hurled at Chinese immigrants were
uot proven. This being the true
state of the case, no rational being
uot unduly prejudiced against the
Chineso could have been prepared
for this measure of practical exclusion which the timidity of the government, with one eye ou British
Columbia and the other on the labor
vote, lias hatched. To tell a Chinese laborer that, on his arrival in
Canada he must pay a tax of $100,
is to sentence him to poverty at
home; and to require that each
Chinese passenger shall represent
fifty tons of the vessel on which lie
comes, is to close tho lust avenue to
his escape,   Tho labor vote is tit the
.j The vital statistics of London
show a fearful mortality among insured infants. It is about 50 per
cent, greater than among the uninsured, and arouses the suspicion
that many children are made away
with in order to obtain the insurance on their lives. The companies which take risks on infants'
lives will accept none but healthy
children, and the mortality among
them should be below rather thau
above the average. We hnvo not
heard much about unusual mortality among children- in the United,
States which could be traced to any
connection with the insurance of
their lives, but within a few years
there have been many instances in
the east of murders and mysterious
disappearances oE persons who were
known to have been insured for the
benefit of parties having no legitimate interest in-them. This kind
of business and the taking of risks
on the lives of children is utterly
at variance with the real principle
of life insurance, aud with tho practice of our best companies. The
essential question tobo asked of a
person on whoso life a policy is to
be written is, "What is the interest
of the person to whom this policy
is mode payable in your lifef To
make the transaction legitimate it
must be shown that the beneficiary
'has a pecuniary interest in the life,
not in. the death, of the party insured. A man may properly insure his life for the benefit of his
family, because it is dependent upon
hinj for, support*. A son may insure for the benefit of his dependent
parents, a business mun for the protection of Ins creditors, but for
parents to insure their minor children for their own benefit, or for
anyone to take out a policy on a
person in whose continued existence
he has no pecuniary interest, is put-
ing a premium on murder. Insurance ig*. not properly, a gambling
proposition as to tlie duration of
life, in which any,one may take a
chance. Its object is protection
and beneficence. There are many
well - managed companies in the
United States which will on no account cover a risk except for the
protection of creditors, or of per
song dependent upon the person
insured, and not then, unless it is
clearly showti- that tlie interest is
legitimate. From this standard the
practice can be traced downward,
through -mutual insurances of husbands and': wives' and children to
the most vicious phase of the business, the bet on the life of some
unrelated person, in whioh the company generally loses.—A'. F. Bulletin,
OFFICE and RESIDENCE—Clmreli Ht.
(noxt door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia Ht„ New Westminster, 11.0.
OFFICE HODHK-8tol0a.ni.; Ito 3 and
tuiu to S p. in. Cults In town und country promptly attended to, fc2tc
■pOHBOULD tfe McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—McKensle street, New Westmln-
W. D.FERRIS,
UNS, BOUSE nnd SEW M
Kent ami Debt Collector.
SKVKKAI, fiOOIl FARMS FOR BAIiK.
Annul ror Ih. Tllllllljirs INK nml
UUIIKM IMillt.tM'K < oui'isi,
llnririii-il,   I'linn.
OFFIOEl-Ferrls si rent, Now WpkIiiiIii-
WALSH'S
Tailoriiu
sniii
llTUnRAY *fc PRY,
HOUSE ANI) SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsomlnlng nnd Paper-Hanging.   Shop—Clarkson street, opposite the
Now Westminster Jail, New Westminster,
British Columbia. ap2-tc
TTVUIIB8 St ATKINSON,
HEAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers,   Accounts collected
und 1,01111* Negotiated.   Office, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Office, New Westminster, M. ('.
J. 0. HumiEH, T. O, Atkinson.
Notary Public.
-       Jell-te
C. D. RAND,
NOTAHY PUIII-IC,
Real Estill e Broke rn, Conveyancers and
Insurance Agents.
Port Mooily- and New Westmlnsler Property a specialty.'
OFFICE-Columbia Street, opposito Post
Offloe, Now Westminster, li. 0.
E. E. RAND.
JlyGlu
Is (lirlstlanil)'Declining?
We often hear it said that Christianity is on tho decline. Rev. Dr. C.
H. Purl-hurst in the July number of
the North American lieview discusses
tht question, Is Christianity Declining 1 He concludes that it is not, nt
least in the United States. Hore are
some of his statistical reasons: In 1800,
taking the . whole country through,
there was ono evangelical communicant td every 14J-inhabitants; iti 1850,
one to orery fij; in 1870, one to ovory
5J[ and in 1880, ono to evory B. I it
1810 Bishop Meade of Virginia wrote
"that in every educated man ha met
he expected to find a skeptic if not nu
avowed infidel." . In ■ tho early history
of Bowdoin College only one student
wns a profoisitig Christian. In 1830)
according to returns obtained from
American colleges, 20 per cont. were
professing Christians; in 1850, 38 per
cent.; in 1806, 40 per cent, and in
1880 over 60 per eent'. Within the
past 40 yonra the Young Men's Christian Associations have spread throughout the, civilized world. American
Sunday schools, which numbered only
half a million pupils in 1830, increased
to six million und a-half in 1880. Home
and foreign missions began in America
iii the second ducado of the century
with a contribution iu one' yoar of
$200,000; in the yoars since, down to.
1880, 8129,000,000 was raised. Other
evidences thnt Christianity is not declining are found by Dr. Parkhin-st in
thai improvud tune of morals. The
church history of 150 years ago shows
that the chiof causes of discipline wero
unohostity and drunkenness. Instances :nre cited where from fifty gallons
uf wine, to ono barrel of wine and two
barrels of. cider wore consumed by the
mourners ut the funeral of a minister.
Writing "f a period one hundred years
ago a writer in Blackwood's Magazine
says; "It was an ag« when delicate
foutig women uf the beat blood and
ho best manners in the land talked
with a coarseness which editors of' the
nineteenth century can represent only
by asterisks." Ail of which goes to
raise the presumption thut tho former
times were uot belter but worse limit
Hie present, and that Christianity is
not;declining in the world.
m   J. TRAPP,
}    AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street New Westminster
Pnrt ies desirous of disposing of their
farms, etc.,.wlll do woll to place the same
In the hands of the above"
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. hcuf. references
given when required. mhl2-tc
J.C. HUGHES,
AUCTIONEER
Office ut Hughes A Atkinson's,
Opposite Poit Offlco, Now Westminster,
British Columbia.
mtrftc
P. S. HAMILTON,
Barrlstcr-at-law,   Notary Public,
Solicitor and Attorney, Keal Estate Agent and Conveyancer
:■.-«■»*■.'  jMoonir.
«0STFASI1I0\ABLE INTIIEC1TY.
Opposite the Bank, Colombia street,
New Westminster, B. O.      [my26-to.
GO TO THE SAN FRANCISCO
L
i
STOEB
F. EIGKHOFF,
j     — IlKALto   IN	
General   Merchandise!
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
A lame stock always on band, and
prices to suit tbe times.
Dry Goods & Groceries!
Estate of Trapp Bros.
mHK BUSINESS OF
TRAPP BROTHERS
Will in the future 1» carried on under
the above style nnd tinder the management of
THOS. J. TRAPP.
jyistd
(By order).
HIGH   CLASS
WHEN YOU WANT TO GET YOUR MONEYS WORTH
Boots and Shoes of every description
made to order and repaired, from an Infant's shoe lo a -nun's boot.
HVThc highest cash price paid for Hides.
I am importing 40 tons of Oak Bark for
use at iny'tannery, so that people need Uo
longer send away for oak-tunned leather.
jas. ltoi ssi: ii.
mh-lto     Columbia St., New Westminster
H.KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS an-
SHOES
1
■.utiles', (.rills',  Misses' nntl Children's
Boats, Allocs anil Gaiters
Made to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA STREET, ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
mh tie
L. WILLIE
Front St., New Westminster,
MANUFACTUItEIl OF
BISCUITS
AND DEALEK IN
GROCERIES A PROVISIONS
mhTte
WEST END
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE IN Every section of Poii Moody. Also. Suburban Lot* bytlionero, Immediately adjacent to the Port Moody surveyed Town-
site.
Lands for sale on the north side of, nnd
having water frontage on Port Moody
Harbor, lllifcly situated and exceedingly
val imbtc.
Also, Farm Lands of superior quality
and on favorable terms, in New Westminster District.
Carefully prepared Maps and Plans exhibited,nnd the fullest Information furnished, at Mr, Hamilton's offlee.    mh25tc
Every Man to his own Business
-A».   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(GPP. ooukial norm,),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
Physicians' Prescription, and Fail'
Ily Reclpea a Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drug, unci].
Over twenty vera1 experience.    mr2S
NEW WESTMINSTER
PlflP FACTORY
I HI BUI MTM.RT.
In rear or lhe •■Farmer'* Home."
itthb uj«
J.   Factoi
kinds of
_.  UNDEKSUlNKr) have opened a
Factory for tlie ni ami fnet tire of all
WOODEN PUMPS,
And are prepared to furnish (he publle
with nn article superior to any Iron pump,
wrwells Dun anil oihbrd.
Port Haney BRICKS For Sala.
Orders by mall, or otherwise, will  bo
promptly attended to.
mySlo TEMYtN IRON.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLOEN,
HAVINQTAKEN POSSESSION OF
tho "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and churoh streets, opposito
the Kplseopnl Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate tho traveling publia
nl thc following rates:
Hoard por day .il 00
"      "  wook  5 00
Single Meals     lifl
Beds..;     35
Uft-Good aecotumodatlon for ladles and
families. mytltc
BLAINK- 8KHIAIIX00 AND NKW
WESTMINSTER
STAGE ROUTE
U. ft, Ull.l K*-:. Prourlelor.
Connecting with Steamers to Blaine
nnd Semiahmoo.
milK RTAOK Vfihh LEAVE FOIt NEW
J Westminster I mined lately afier the
nnlv..lnf the steamers nn Friday,und will
return, leaving Now Westminster on Silt-
imlny morning at 8 o'eloek,
Fare eaeh way, UM   wtSpeelal trips
made when desired. OTJelm
Plain and Fnney
I   uiuiui   J.iuuj  uurnuui
And Confectionery always on hand.
Dcllverod o nny part of the City.
.,   Columbia Street,
Jo21-tc	
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAUK STREET ■ V10T01I1A.
AGJJM-TS   TOB
North British and Mercantile
insurance Uo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Finsliury Circm,
London, K, C.
IMPERIAL
m INSURANCE COMP'V.
t Oi.n Broad St, and 16 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING H0USK8 k OTHER
Buildings, Goody, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stook,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Chigoes of such Vessels; alao, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and cnnals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OK 1UMAGK BY FIBK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 BTG.'
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTBONU,
Agent for New Westiniuster.
C. E.Woom.     to. Turke«.     A. C. Gamble
■JL
LAND SURVEYORS
 AND	
DRAUGHTSMEN.
MAPS COMPILED.
Keal  Estate. Insurance and
Commission Agents.
TERMINUS LOTS FOR SALE.
A Uompletf Mot or City nml Fnrm Ins
Property for Snle.
MONEY TO LEND.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT & MARINE INSURANCE
Open Policies iBNUOil on Shipments hy Sen
or Unil from Knglmul, United AttUos,
Onnmlii ami Cl'lim*
OFFIOE:    t
Ellurd's Block,   Oolumbw-   Bit-eotj
Ol'l'. MANK OK nltlTISH COI-tfJtBIA-
I*. O. Drawer W. Telcitlionc V«. W.
WOODS, IUB.VKK & (J.tMIO.
mh38tc
Quesnello Quartz Mining t'O-
(LlMITRD.'
Location of Works: Hlxon < ir-vlc, B.C.
AN KXTKAOHDINAKY UKNKltAI-
Mnetlng of the aliqVo mimed Company will he held nt the eompiiny'-otllei1.
Que-meMo, 11, C„ on Mniidnv the .Inl of
AiiKiixt llOXt,nt2p.m., for tlio purpose of
reeelvliiK the uiinuiil roport. of the Trusteed and tlio election of u Ilonnl of Triis-
fces for the oiiRiiiiiff yenr ninl Old transaction of BMCli other business ns tufty come
before It.
Hy order of tlio lloanl of Trustees.
Vf. A, JOHNSTON,
Beerelnry.
Quesnello, it. (*., Mth Jiinc. Ifift
   4Jylm
Notice to Debtors.
AM,  PKIWONK   INHKHTHP   TO  Dlt.
Thomas 11. Mclnnes, oil her hy note
or hook aecoitnt, are remtested to settle ns
soon ns convenient,
Wjylm MR* T. lt. MpINNKH.
American Agriculturist
100 Columns and 100 Engravings In
Each Issue.
44th Year. Sl.60 a Year.
Tborccogalteil LradluferiMllrtf or Ms
klid Idt*eW«rl«.
100,000 CYCLOPAEDIAS FREE.
EVERY SUBSOIUBER TO THE Am rrl
ran AjrlmHurlst. OLD OR NKW,
jMigllsh or Herman, whose subscription
for 1885 is I-UMtillultb forwarded us, together with the price, sf.r-0 per yenr, and 15
cents extra for postage on CycIoiMHllii—
malting Sl.ti5 Ul ull—will receive the Am-
erlcan Agriculturist {English or German),
fornllof 1835,and bo presented with the
American Aicriralturlsl Family Cycle*
IHmIIr (just out I, tee Fn«rs ««d aver l,MT
Engravings. Strongly bound In cloth
black and gold.
KItOM TUB TENTH 0KK8O8, VOt. 8, JUST
PUBLISH KD.
"The American Affricutturitt Is especially
worthy of mention, because of tho remarkable success that has attended the
unique nnd untiring efforts of Its proprietors to Increase and extend Its circulation.
Its contents are duplicated every month
for u German edition, whieh also circulates widely."   ,
Si nd three 2-ccnt stamps for mailing
yon--specimen copy "American Agriculturist, nn elegant forty-page Premium
List, with 200 II lust rut ions, and specimen
pages of aur'-KumllyCycIopa'diu." Canvassers wanted everywhere.
Address
PUBLISHERS AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST,
David'AV. .It'im.        Sam'l UruNiiAH-
I'res't. i See.
IM Broadway, New Turk.
tt-TAnv person sending (4.50 to thi*
Oilttfe will receive Tut coi.umuia-k and
the Aineriitin A.irieiiltttrht for one year,
and the (?yclopa.-dla free of postuge aiul
duly paid.     Address,
- D. ROBflON A CQ.,
re-lie New Westminster,
Thoroughbred Poultry!
EGGS FOrIaTCHING
FKOM   IMI'UIITED   I'OTJ.S, OV THE
l'-OLI,0\VINO   VAlllHTIKSl
PLVMOFTII  11IKKS,
■MOWN LKOIIOKXS,
WHITE  MSGHORNS,
HOUDANS,
B. B. BUD OAME BANTAMS,
BRONZE TCRKEV8,
TOl l.OlSU GEESE,
HOI KN DUCKS.
Eges (that will liutch) slllppcil anydls-
tnneo. Monti for lllimtnited price UkI."
C. P. STONE,
mli-He Nml tic. Wash. Ter.
THE
Jor gale or lo _\tnh
LAND FOR SALE.
/1UtjJ) LAND.IMI'ltDVKD OU UNlM-
\j   provwl for sale on Ltilu Island.
Applyto THOfi; KIDD,
22up3lU J.tiln Island.
Two Houses to Rent
 APPLY TO—
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Lnml Agent,
Opp. Hyack Hull, Columbia St.
inlilll,'
(II
HASTINGS, B. I.
HONUMENTi
SfflMl A
I
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ROBSON & SMITH
New Westminster,
Holt AgrnlN for lUrMnn I uluuihlii.
-ROYAL CITY-
Donfederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
IJ.riit.. Ctillllul *n.rRm.o»o
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Tokonto, Canada
A H0MEJTOMPANY,
Thi;. Association merits the
confulence tlie Public is repos-
ing in it from thc following
FACTS:—
The .Scctirl.y Ofnjrotl to policy holders Is
iinstirpasfied by any Company doing uuil-
nosN In Canada,
ll lius no schemes nf Insurance, hut the
wcll-i'sliihllsheil lines, hence the policy
holders cimiiot he misled as to their contracts.
lis sin I e m c nt h to the piihllcennhc read*
Ily understood, Its oaslj statement show-.
hit' every Item of Income ahd how expended.
lis position ImiHccrtal tied annually from
u detailed valuation In which every Item
of ll-iliillly Is Included.
Its progress lias been unexampled lit
thn history of i nsiirflllCO in Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and imii-forfcltnme after two yeani1
e.-ilHtenec.
lis promt- are distributed upon an et-itlt-
ablu basis. Tlie profltif to one class of
policy holdcr-i are not lessened to give
l:ir-.'i-r oroilts to any othsr class, which
meilioil Hti'oi'ds superior advaiitaxesovsr
(lie utilforiu bonus plan of distribution.
llhrrtil f'aiitllllantt mm Io Kcnlttntcr ■■*)
Travel.
.1. K.MaclWNAM).
MiHiuifltiK Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agcuta, Now Woshnlnster
je7-l!mo-alleriiate.
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard Street,
BV WESnOBIBL 8. G.,
MANUFACTUREES AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUQH AND DRESSED
LSEUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
salmon mra,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Ballings.
Balusters.
Newels,
rini.ii & 1'niicj * nil Kinds or
TURNED    WORK.
(sftlte)
mJIIS KINK AND dOMMOMOUS
_L new Hotel lias been recently completed ami is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which lias become thu moot faiihionalile
WATERING PLACE
in Britisli Columbia The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes nre invigorating, and the facilities for -bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dming Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatched from the main
building,
First-claBS stabling nntl feed for Horses. Bussos to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28ta Proprietor.
FOR_SALE.
OHM-AST JNTEHKBT IN IhaljANO-
IcyHinv irml I'lunlng Milt; mill iu
gpoaoitler. Forimrtliiulnr* iipirlyotilli.
imiulK'ir lo J). \VEST,
Or, Moirsrrr. DKAEE, JACKHON
uplSlo 4 HEI.MCKEN, Vlclorln.
FURNITURE!
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA*
x eure in announcing that lie is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ko., at the lowest possiblo prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly nnd in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager SchPs Branch Furniture
Store. aufltc
f. N. HlBBEN & CO.
JPOR SALB.
ll-irxe, (iim, Heifer, IHifisy, K|irlug Curl,
ItlillUK tile, Bugjt> nuil t'nrl Unraess,
Uimlni I'IimikIih, llai-rnMN.l iilllTulorN,
Itiillcr, .hiiniKT, sioue-lioalK, (bulHit,
mul a variety ot Hlsii-llanctiii-t Artlrlm.
Cun lie seen uf. the Pelimm SIroct House
till tlio 1st of August.
Hjylm WILLIAM CI.ARKSON.
FAllOR SALE.
AHOUT :i yithhH PHOM CHILLI-
. wliuck Lnndlng; coiitnhiN 1711 acres;
nhout id ncres uiiilcr cultivation; with
House, lliirti itml urcliuixl. Ternm eauy.
Applyto        JAMES DVXOAH, '  '
Chllllwltnek,
Or lo WOODS,TURNER*GAMBLE,
npSle New Westminster.
FOR ^ALE.
1378 Aeres CItolec Prairie Lands
6 MILKS FROM LADNER'S LANDING
nndt) miles from New Westminster,
on the Trunk road. Over 150 acres under
cu It hut lun. There Is it Dwelling House.
80x49, two stories high, and f* Burns on the
proporty" togothor with other oul-bulld-
intiN. The nbove will bo sold in lots to
suit pureliusi'i'siuul on easy termx.
'"      ' lyto
OHN McKEE,
Near Ladner's Landing. -
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
O Landing;, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS.
de22tc Ladner's Landing,8;C.
WANTED.
A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work for a fumily of two.
mylto Apply to       G. LEISER,;
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN  TllE
mnny varieties of stock Indirectly
coiincctcil with the nbove.
Having .studied the best mnrkets for the
pnst qunrlcr of a century, economy in
purchasing has been nttnlneil by importing lu quantities direct, from the publishers and manufacturers, nnd no pnlns is
spared to keep n full and well-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, 8. C.
uar The following New Books Just received: fiiiiudinii l-lrtiir-s by Marquis
or l-onit'i Treasury of Song; VraWi I u-
rivalled Family Atlns. oeiSte
O. R. & N. CO.
mn
TDAHO'
Will run betwooii
nil Iliimil Porl Townse ml, Semitic,
nml tiileriiieillutc Ports,
as follows:
Leave Taooma every Weoheedav at I p.m. arriviho
at Hew Westmmsted Friday Momma.
Leave New Westminster everv Friday at
Noon, arrivinc at Tacoma Sunday afternoon.
REDUCTION OF FARES.
New Westminster to Port Townsend, $4.00
Seattle, - • 5.00
taooma, •   ■   • e.oo
ne3to a E. OLAKOEY, Agent.
 ",:H''L_
ESTABLISHES 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
>«url' «|i|Hitltr Uw Colonial Mold,
NEW WESTMTNSTElt.
mHK   LAKCIKST   AND   CHOICEST
J.    aimortnuriit of nil ileaei'iitloiifl of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. ""
APPLICATION WILL BE MAKE TO
the Clitef t!otuiniss|i.ner of Lands
and Works liy tho undorslcued to inir-
eliusc tliefotlowliiddescrllieil lnnd:
[II 010 acres on LoiiBlioiiiiitth Inlet, eom-
menolng ll fl stake nn j-lmre at head of
He ivorOreek, tlienee lKiilliHllchnins; west
80eliuins; sottMi Hlnliiilns; east Pfteliatns,
toittaeenf bog tiHlnu.
JAS. McNKMHANIE,
Utl) May, IKS.-).
12] (HO aeres on Vancouver Island, eom-
ineiiclnii at a stake IM -•Imins from tieueli
two iiilh'-s MitiMi nf Otter Point. Dlseovory
Passngej tlionnr west mi ehuln--; smith so
clinln-: rust Mh-hiilns; north Wt chains.
i*. ii. hill,
4th MftJ*11885.
[31 (Hit acres cm Klk May. Vancouver
Island, cominencliiii at W. P. Siiywiml's
touthciisi i-nrncr; thence wesl KD chnins;
south Wl ehniiis; enst Wl chnins; norlh 81)
eliaUis.tn place of hi-Hlnnlne.   rtrnnv
ith Jlay, 188,1. '    COmyBm
TRUNK LOST.
LOST-OJT MAY 21st, nt Victoria, a 7,lho
Trunk with leather strap buckled
around; leather bandies which have heen
mwly niton. When lost, the nume, Mrs.
.LIB. Tyler, wnn on a small card on the end
or trunk. The trunk contains 2 nalr parlor skates, ladles' clotlifny, Ac. Anv nor-'
spn retlirtilng the trunk lo mo will Uo
suitably reworded.
I GEO. Vf. CHADSEY,
1'ljelm Snmas, B. C.
CAREFULLY SELECTED
SEEDS
If you want good, reliable Garden, Farm
or Flower Seeds, send to
ROBERT EVANS & CO.,
Seed Merrbants antl Crimen*,
HAMILTON, ONT.
Catalogue free on application.      fe7te
Good Times Coming
FURNITURE
Home Maile, wf Latest Style, Besl Material and SiiiMTlur Workmanship,
Cheaper than the Cheapest, for Cash.
As times arc hnrd I wfll give the nubile
tho henetltof low sales. Articles of every
description In tlie business made to order
or furnished.   Satisfaction guaranteed,
ixlcrlnklug attended to,
JOHN E. r-ORD,
Columbia street; adjoining Ri(Dickinson's
Aleut Market. 20Je.*im
JACKSON'S
BBBT
Navy Tobacco.
We call the attention of consumers to
the superior chewing qualities of tbis most
excellent Tobacco. Samples will be sent
frob by applying to I,. A I. UKRTIIIIH*
lilt. :hk) nnd ;m. Front Street, San Fran-
Cisco, Cal,, Sole Agents for Pacific Coast.
The goods arc for snlo by all the principal jobbers in British Columbia,
ilyiy
Cor. t'nluiiibitt k Hi'ubU* 81k.,
New Westminster, B. C
THE LARGEST STOOK ON THE MAINLAND OF
IRON, STEEL,
OJ—jb-TlyT,
HORSE AND   OX-SHOES,
Axles,
Springs   and Carriage
Hardware,
CUMBERLAND COAL,ETC.
ALL OF TIIK A110VK I OFFER AT
lowest easb prices. Having enlarged
the business and procured llic latest Improved tools in use, I am now prepared to
do all kinds of Illacksmttbing on short
notice, I nlso keep In stock tbe following
articles: llarniMs, Iron nnd HteelHarrow
Teeth, Harrow Hlngrs, Double and Single Tree Irons, i'lcvlccs and Kbarklrs-
Ox-yokt- Maple* and Mings. Mall Ring*
and Hi-dues I'roMs, Cant Hooks, Hog
and t'lialti Hooks, Hay H«okn, rlr.
Wimtni, Carrlase nnd Unny Making «
speehilly.
Purlles desiring tn pmebHSe will do well
to give me n call before going tdscwlierc
JOHN RKIU, Forrninn
4mbtc W. M, IKWIg, Proprietor. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Tenders Fathor McGuokin
Fancy Poultry; -.-.- C. P. Stono
Teabhw Wanted. ■.. .John Armstrong
More Discoveries H. \V, Hughes
■the fritish Cfolnmbimi.
Wedncsdriy Morn lux, Jnly Ji, 1W«.
According to a statement published in the Bulletin the export
trade of Snn Francisco for June,
and for the first six months of this
year, shows a considerable advance
over the snine periods of 1881. Tlie
total for the last six months is 820,-
149,300, un increase of $3,887,100,
and for June tite increase is $581,-
800. It should bo remarked- however, that the increase consists principally in grain and' Hour exported
to Great Britain. The exports to
British Oolumbia show a considerable falling od', being 8153,500 for
the month. Since Lhe opening of
tho Northern Paeilic Railway this
province lias been importing more
largely from the east and front
Oregon. _^
Failure of Restriction.
As we shall soon have a Ohinese
restriction act of our own, whose
operations it will be possible for us
to study minutely, it may not be
uninteresting to gather a few lessons from the experience of our
friends across the boundary. In
August, 1882, the first Chinese restriction act came into operation in
the United States. It was not satisfactory, however, and wns amended and improved (apparently) in
July, 1884. But the records show
that under the amended act more
Chinese have entered at the port of
Snn Francisco than under the old
act which was supposed to lie very
imperfect. During the first G
months of 1883 the number landed
was 1,127; for the sume period in
1884 it was :!,G93; and for the (irst
G months of this year, 4,270. Under the improved act 8,139 were
landed in 12 months, while under
the old act only 0,7-1 G were landed
in 23 months. From these statistics it would seem that the amended law is worse than the law it
amended. But tliere are probably
other circumstances contributing to
tho result. During tbe first 5
months after the first uct camo into
operation only 39 Chinese were entered. It is probable the Celestials
believed that under the exclusion
act they would really he excluded,
and very few of thom ventured to
experiment with it. But it quickly
began to appear that a man of ingenious mind could find many
ways of evading the provisions of
the law, and the almond-eyed rn.ce
of pig-tails did not long wrestle
with the problem in vain. The
few who first attempted to jump
through the net met with so little
resistance that others became encouraged, and soon they began to
come by hundreds and thousands.
The experience of the Americans
is not reassuring, but let us hope
that we may be able to do things
better in this country.
Hallway Extortion.
We have now reached the 22nd
of July, and there is no perceptible
change in the C.P. P.. carrying arrangements. Over and over again
The Columbian has protested
against the high rates charged by
the rond. The board of trade and
the local government have both
joined in tiie protest, and numberless instances have been brought forward as examples of the exorbitant
prices imposed upon tbe carrying
trade of the country. When the
grievance at hist reached the house
of commons the government declined
to interfere on the plea that the
time was very near when Mr. Onderdonk's contract would be completed und the road tuken oil' his
hands. That time is now passed by
twenty-one days. Rumors of all
kinds have been oirculttted respecting the status of tlie road. It was
announced in the Victoria papers
that the road bad beeu accepted on
behalf of the government by Mr.
I fancy, aud would continue lo be
run by Mr. Onderdonk. It was
not easy to see how Mr. Haney,
wlm has been acting all along as
Mr. Onderdonk's superintendent of
construction, could be instantly
transformed iuto an agent of the"
Dominion governmont for the purpose of accepting work done by Ins
former employer under Ids own
superintendence. But if the rumor
is uot correct, the question conies
to us, What is the status of the
road, and who is running it? And
with this question is closely allied
that of tariffs. Tliere hns been no
reduction of rates. Tlie same exorbitant charges that hnve grown
into a by-word and u scandal still
prevail, so fur as anybody is able to
learn. Only the other duy a gentleman in the interior wrote to this
city concerning a shipment of lumber  oarried   on the railway from
Port lluuihiotid to Spence's Bridge.
The lumber" titfsb $14 in this city
(500 feet), and the freight from
Port Hammond to Spence's Bridge
was §34! The .pei'son to whom it
was consigned paid for it, but intimated that he woultl not take it
awny from the station—thut the
railway people might keep it for
freight charges! How long does the
Dominion government intend to
permit this public robbery] The
minister of railways cannot plead
ignorance. His attention wns called
to these exorbitant charges in the
house, and he should have beon prepared, the moment the road passed
out of Mr. Onderdonk's bunds, to
redress the grievance under which
this country hits been for the past
two years sutlering.
Bribing the Electors.
And- behol-l liim [the provincial secretary] parading through the district he
represents ami bribing tho electors to
secure tlieir votes at tho next general
election! In each municipality he gives,
out of the public purse, a sum iu excess
of that voted by thc people. Ia not
this an audacious proceeding? With one
hand ho robs tins city and district of
millions, and with tlie other he gives
what belongs to the province ns a bribe
to the distriot.—Guardian,
This is the kind of stufl' the
Guardian hus been giving to its
readers for the last threo months.
Whenever the provincial secretary
appears beforo his constituents for
the purpose of publicly discussing
questions believed to affect the welfare and development of the settlements, the Guardian raises tho
shout of bribery. One cun scarcely
imagine anything more extremely
stupid or inveterately wicked. In
tlie lirst place it is not true that
tho provincial secretary is distributing more public money in the
municipalities than has been voted
by the people. Tbe estimates specify that an appropriation of $6,000
is made for the six municipalities
in tliis district, but they also contain a lump sum of 825,000 for
roads, streets, bridges, and wharves
in this district. It is from this
appropriation of $25,000 that the
sums now being apportioned by the
provincial secretary will be drawn.
But the organ objects to this apportionment being made by the provincial socretary, and it disputes,
apparently, tlie provincial secretary's right to visit his constituency
at all! We should think the representative who takes thc trouble to
visit the various settlements in liis
constituency, and who makes himself familiar with the wants of the
settlements and the wishes of tho
settlers before deciding where the
appropriations shall be expended, is
pursuing a course that should entitle him to the thanks and gratitude of the people. We know as
a matter of fact that tho provincial
secretary has been frequently asked
to visit the different settlements,
and that his visits hitherto have
been received witli much favor by
tbe people generally. In distributing the appropriations there are
only two courses open to him: He
may sit in his office at Victoria.and
distribute them without ever consulting the people for whose benefit
they are; or be may personally inspect the localities and personally
discuss the various schemes of public improvement with the people
themselves, aud assign the sums
appropriated in the light of the
knowledge thus obtained. He has
chosen to do the latter, and for tbis
the organ charges lum with bribing
the constituency! Let the organ
prove a case of bribery against liim,
and we shall turn upon him Tm;
OoU'MlilAN artillery; but if he is
simply performing his duty to his
constituents, publicly and intelligently, let the organ have manliness enough to say so.
Hard Times Everywhere.
A gentleman lately returned from
the eitRt reports unusual dullness
in all the business centres of Can
iida. Toronto, Montreal, and Winnipeg ate all suffering, and from
the smaller cities and towns throughout the country comes the same
complaint. It is said that Manitoba and its towns are particularly
dull, and the prospect is extremely
discouraging. But dull times are
by no means confined to Canada.
From many parts oE the United
States the report is even worse. It
is many years since trade has been
as thill on thc'Pacific const us it is
now. The Oreyonian says tliere
are ono thousand empty houses in
Portland, and the number will cer-
ta'inly increase before Rummer is
over. In San I'Vancisco thoro are
fewer inhabitants uow than there
were three years ago, and "To Let"
is the most common sign in the
city, Various causes have been
assigned for this business depression iu the west. Want of enterprise among the people, the absence
of well-regulated markets such as
are found in all eastern cities, und
the lack of manufacturing industries, are   among   the causes put
forward. But wc believe it will be
found upon close investigation that
thc wholesale importation of Chinamen has had us much as anything
olse to do with the existing commercial misfortunes. While Ohinamen
wore kept upon great public works
such as railway construction the
ill effects of their presence was only
partially felt. Thero is very little
railway construction going ou now.
and these people have flocked to
the cities where they have been successfully competing with the whites
in nearly every kind of industry.
The result is apparent. Gradually
white men are pushed out by the
energy of this race which, on account of its cheap living, can exist
and prosper whero others would
starve. San Francisco has long
boon overrun hy Chinese. Portland,
of late years, has been foolish onough to lot them get a firm hold
upon her real estate and her business, iind the result is that business
men art; abandoning the field. This
transformation- and degeneration
will go on until people are taught
the losson that a firm front of resistance must be offered lo the
Chineso everywhere. Let them
onco get hold of a town, and they
will surely drink its life - blood
speedily unless firmly resisted.
What* has taken place iu Portland
is certain to happen in Victoria and
New Westminster before many
years unless the people wake up to
a sense of the danger that threatens them. There are men in both
of these cities who are leasing property to Chinamen for business purposes, building houses for them, and
entering the wedge tliat will some
day prove their own destruction.
In Portland the Ohinamen have
actually cut the city in two with
their rows of business bouses, aud
all along the line of tlieir advance
property has gone down until it is
fit for nothing but for them. In a
few months there will bo thousands
of Chinese turned loose from the
railway works in this province. Let
thc peoplo beware. These celestials
should meet with no patronage at
the hands of the whites; for if
they are allowed to enter into competition in our cities the fate of
Portland awaits us.
Teacher Wanted.
A TEACHER HOLDING A SECOND
Cluss,tirade A (Vrtllleutcforthe Mud
Hay l-libile .Sebnul.   ApnMeiilit.ni will be
roceivod by Ilie Secretary up tn July 27tb
lust.   Ity order ol thd Board nf Trustees.
JOHN ARMSTRONG,
i Hecretiuy.
Mud liny Post Olliee. 22Jy2t
TENDERS.
mENDERS FOR HUII-DING A NEW
1 Church In this City will he rerelved
l.y Itov. I<'nlIier MeGuckln, (). M, I.,Up In
(I ii.in. nn Suturiluy, Lit Auj-ust.
Plans ami Npceftl cat tons may he seen al
Louts Collage.
The lowest ur any tender nut neevfiMirily
accepted.
New Wesliiilnsler, H. ('.
3uly2l8t,ISfifl. Jy22t<i
REGISTERED
Hii China ani Berkshire Swine,
mm (Shepherd) HODS,
—AND—
FANCY POULTRY
Imported, Bred, and For Hale, hy
C. P. STONE,
Jy22Ic Heal lie, wn*b. Ter.
Mr. ___:* TTT". XSTJ-GI-HES
Has some more irresistible lirticlcK to offer, Milne here, und olliei'S on thc way.
Mr. HUGHES Is sole agent (or Hie
ELECTRIC SOAP,
Su tliose who have proved It-and want
more must fall ut Mr. Major's or drop
liinin P. ii. curd. Tills Soap makes Ilie
elotllOR wliiter'tban any otlicr, and tbo
Snap Is skvkh kuhubd on the article
whieh needs eleiuisiiiK. Try It once, you
won't drop It. From this iijjent you can
l{otn l,iim-i Hnriier wlileli NF.vi-nt nkkiw
Titir-i.-liMi.   The ('tirm-l  lleiilei-H will  hi'
hero by-nnd-bj*. He iia-san  ,
EGG POACHER,
Thethiesi tiling known for cooking eggs
for breakfast.  Then by meaiuof the
Itl \IIM IM. I'A.t.
Vour oggfl will hi-hulled In perfection, The
new Hcimirlim (Jim* Benter boats the
digit lill two do the work of three. Theso
von will pronounce perfection tlie mo-
tnotll vou see tlicm.
•■■•■-Hunks, Newspapers, Ae,, furnished
as usual,al publisher's prices.      2JJylin
AFTER DINNER.
Persons who snliVr from Indigestion
can arrest the progress of that painful
malady by lite use of tin ufter-miim-r
pill, so composed that It wilt give tone
to tlie stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse
llm liver to healthful action, Invigorate
tlii! kidneys,and thus, throughthc activity
of these organs, promote the natural
movement of llio stomach nnd bowels.
Ayku'h 1'iu.h are so compounded Hint
their action, though mild, effectually produces tlio nbnvi! results. They kino, In
curing Constipation, mnovo tho chums of
Biliousness, Liver complaint, Kidney Dis*
eiiso, Klicmnullsm, and many other serious
ailments.
AYER'S PILLS
contain no mineral nor poisonous Biih-
staiicc, nnd do not gripe unless the
bowels ii rn Irritated, and oven then tlieir
inlliience is heullng. To continue their
effect in constipated or chronic cases, they
need only betaken In diminishing histoid
of increasing doses. For seamen, nntl Inhabitant* or travelers lu sparsely settled
countries where physicians nro not at
hand, Lhey are of inestimiihlc value,
Thero Is lmrdly a sickness they will not
alleviate, and hi most cases cure, If tuken
promptly* To young girls Just entering
upon womanhood, imd lo women whose
period of maternity is drawing to a close,
Ayer's Tills, In moderate doses, merely
sufficient to ensure regular action of tho
bowels, will be found of
Incalculable Value.
PREPARED DY
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mum.
Hold hy till Druggists,
NKW WESTMINSTER
Caledonian and Si Andrew's Society.
A .SPECIAL MEETING of the above
.Society will be held iu the Hyni'k
Hell on J«ly iwili, at 8 p.in., for the purpose of makliiK iiiTangeinetitH for thc an
mint gathering.
All members are requested to attend.
Ily ordor of the Chief.
JOHN HPKOTT,
JyI8td Socrotary.
Auction Sale
-OP-
REAL ESTATE
T AM INSTRUCTED BY P. H. BOUS-
1 field, Esq., to offer at Publio Auction on
Wednesday, 29th inst.
At 7.30 P. It!
In Webster's Stone Building, all the following valuable Real Estate in the City
of New Westminster, viz:
lot 11), Block 33, l.oiilsr Hardens,
nml subdivided Into Town Lots.
lot 3, Block 31.
lot 11, Block 5, Suburban.
lots 1, and 3>2, Block I, Suburban.
TERMS AT SALE.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
jyia'il Auctioneer.
Maple Eiflge Municipality,
A BY-LAW
Aulhwlitlnii the IndemnifyInx or the
Keeve natt 4'ounciiliiro of tke Mnulrl-
imllty of Maple Ridge out of tlie Municipal Fiimlx.
WHEREAS, It is expedient Mint provisions bo made for Indemnifying
the-Reeve and'Councillors of tho Municipal Council of Maple Ridge; *"
And Whkiieam, by an act of the [-eglri-
latlve Assembly of the 1'rovlnuc ut llrltlsh
Columbia,passed in the Forty-eighth year
of Hor Majesty's reign, it is provided that
tho Council may pass a by-law nnd submit the same to the electors ofthe municipality for their assent to said by-law for
Indemnifying the mombers of tlioeouffellj
Thekekohe, be it enacted by the Reeve
and Council of the corporation of the municipality of Maplo Ridge,
1. That the Reeve and Council I ont be In
demnified to the extent of two dollars
fOreach day or partof a days attendance ut any nicellng of the Municipal
Council of snid municipality,
2. Provided always, that said Indemnity
shall not exceed In the aggregate the
sum of twenty-five dollars in any one
yenr to each member of the council,
fl. Tho nfore-nientfoned indemnity Hhnll
ho paid out of the general revenue of
the municipality.
4. This by-law shall be submitted to the
electors nf the municipality of Maple
Ridge on the fir*  ■ - -   * ■ -
nnd shall come
dny of August, 1S8S,
5. This by-law may be died for all pur
poses as tho'-Indemnity By-law"of
Maplo Ridge Municipality.
Passed its third reading this jthdayof
July, 18*").
Reconsidered and llnally passed this
dny of     ,1895.
KOTIOB.
TAKE NOTICE that the abovo Is a true
copy of :• by-law upon which it vote of the
electors will be taken on the Ui day of
August, lSSTi. at tbe Town Hail. Maple
Ridge, between the liours of 10 o'clock,
a.m., und 4 o'clock, p.m.
JOHN McKENNEY,
Returning Oflloor,
Dated at Maple Ridge, the I "'III day of
July, 188-t. JyWId
GREAT
Clearing lot
SALE!
rnHK UNDERSIGNED.being abont to
***- make some important changes'iu
their General Merchandise business, beg
leave to notify the public that on
Wednesday, 13th inst.,
Tliey will commence a Clearing Uut
Sale of
Dry Goods!
Carpets,
The stock iu good, well bought, and
will bo sold
At and Under Cost
Prices,
EITHER BY BETAIL OK IN LOTS
TO SUIT PURCrtASERH.
Bayers have now nn opportunity tlmt
may not occur .gain of getting snluniliil
bargains.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM & CO.
READ THIS
Pj^^SS^^^^kE^
cS-EEJ^.T
SALE.
TRAPP
BROS.
Wll-L OFKKR FOK SALE
A.t COST!
The whole of their extensive stool:
of
Dry Goods!
CLOTHING,
Gents'Fnniisliiip
CARPETS, ETC.
Consisting of
DRESS GOODS,
In Merinos, from SS cents per yanl.
Cashmeres,      (JO        "        "
10
J15        "        '•'
10
85
Lusters,
**lnida, wool,
Satteens,
Brocade.,
Silks, Mack, 1.40
Silks, col'd,   1.00
Satins, 00        "        "
DOMESTICS,
In Ginghams, fm 14 " "
Calicoes,           H " *'
Prints, Knglish, 9 '■ "
Prints, Amer.   8 " "
Piques,           1!! '" -•  ' '
Canton Flanls, 12*} -" "
Sheetings,        12J " "
Linens,            Ifl " !.'
Cheese Cloth,    7 " "
Diaper    "      20 " "
Winceys,          8 '* "
Drillings,         15 " "
Duck,              1« " "
Tickings,         Ifl *' ■"
Table Cloths and Napkins. !
FLANNELS,
All kinds und col. fm .15 •• ••
Cretonnes, 20 " "
Damask, wool, 75       "        "
I.ACE CURTAINS.
BED SPREADS AND QUILTS.
TOWELS, from 8 cts.
TOILET COVERS.
SHAWLS, woolen.
SKIRTS, from 60 ets.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR-"tern 75 cts.
PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS, fiJii
75 cents.
CORSETS, from 50 cents.
HOSIERY of all kinds and prices from
12' cents.
GLOVES, in lisle and silk.
ULSTERS and JACKETS, from $2.00.
CRINOLINES, from 50 cents.
HANDKERCHIEFS, from 12' cents.
TIES, lace and silk.
PANS, from 25 cts. to J3.50.
LACES and EMBROIDERY.
FRILLINGS.
RIBBONS, in all colors and sliades.
DRESS BUTTONS, n great variety.
MUSLINS,
In Jacanctte,
Swiss and Nainsook.
WORSTEDS and YARNS, ull makes.
HAIR BRUSHES and COMBS.
FANCY OOODS.
WATCHES .nd JEWELRY.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
MEN'S SUITS, from 10.00.
YOUTHS' SUITS, from »5.00.
CHILDREN'S SUITS, from 12.00.
SHIRTS, white and colored, from
81.00.
SHIRTS, woollen, from fl.00.
UNDERWEAR, in woollen und
Canton flannel.
CENTS' HALF HOSE from I2'c.
TIES.
BRACES.
COLLARS nnd CUFFS.
GLOVES.
HATS,
May 12th, 1885.
inylsto
HARD FELT, from 12.00.
SOFT FELT, from »1.00.
STRAW, from 25 cents.
VALISES, from «2.00.
OVERALLS nud JUMPERS,from 76c.
LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S RUB
BER GOODS.
CARPETS, from 75 cents.
FLOOR CLOTHS, from 75 cents.
TRUNKS, fmm »1.00.
itnl'Tliitr will lie found a rare chance for
country store keepers who wish to re-
pleni.lv tlieir stook, and for the public
generally, a. the stook is all in flrst-olas.
condition and well assorted.
TERMS CASH.
Now Westminster, May 18, 1885.
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Legal Blanks,
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And all Sorts of Plain
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Are fur beyond those of any other catab*
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PLOTJE
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GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
MM n..A.]!W,
OIIj CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN HEAL,
CRAIN  SACKS,
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.. DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
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and Beacon Light Oil Co., Cleveland,
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General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
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THE CLOTHIER,
Han Jnst Received .
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Also, a full Una of
BENTS'FURNISHINfl GOODS
:—HE NOW HAS	
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Line erer exhibited In New
Westminster.
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At Lowest Possiblo Prlcos for Cash.
I'all Early .nil Hoke Tor Meelln.
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.   Importer ami Dealor in
Family ton!
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PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
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And sec onr Stoek of PlrHt-ClanK
COVERED CARRIAGES,
TOP BUGGIES,
Top Phaetons, Express Wagons, Heavy Wagons, Dray
Carts,
—And nil kinils of—
FARMING JMPLEMENTS.
Repairing,   Painting   and   Trimming
Executed with Nentliens uml Dispatch.
J**Sliliiineiitsof firnt-elitBH material received direct from Ontario and Quality
guitittittced. Wo fcol confident our Ctti-
rlngeB' for mtullty, variety and prlboj tan-
not he excelled In lhltlsli Columbia. All
ordciH promptly attended to.
JOHNSTONE A SMITH, Pmpmetom.
WATCHMAKER
Jeweller & Optician,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B, 0.,
Bogs to Inform Ilia patron, nnd the inhabitants of British Colnmbia, that
he hu engaged the .erviccii of
MR. F. CRAKE,
For a number of years manager of tlie
Watchmaking and Repairing Department of Messn. Savage, Lyman k Co.,
of Montreal. They say of him that ho
li one of the very beat workmen ever in
their employ, and they part with him
with regret, which ia a sufficient guarantee of hia ability. I have spared neither
trouble nor expense to get oue of tho
ablest men, and I am determined to
make my business second to none tn
British Columbia. Mr. Crako wilt havt
entire charge of the Wateh department.
Chronometers- Repealer*, Chrono*
gTftphl, and all complicated watohea
rated and adjusted. Broken or lost parta
made equal to new. Any parties having
Watches whieh have been in the itanda
of incompetent Watchmakers and can't
be made to go, semi them to me, packed
tn a small box, hy mail, registered or
otherwise, and they will have my iiiuiie-
diate attention; and perfect satisfaction
will be given.
The manufacturing Jewelry Is under
my personal charge. All kinds of Jewelry made to order and thu quality of the
gooda guaranteed. Diamonds and pre*
cioui atones set with care. All my
charges are moderate. I have a new ami
well-selected atook of Walctli-8, OlOCltS,
Gold, Stiver and Rolled Plate Jewelry and Plated Ware, all of the beat
quality. New patterns constantly at-riv*
ing.
AU Watches sold will lw closely regulated to a few seconds a month, thus doing away witli the annoyance of having
an Imperfect time-keeper.
C. M. McNAUOHTRN,
jnyStc Watchmaker k .dweller,
TIio.-hV iiiinir nr«rr-.'..,|i.vHMllo.!in
<l-'Y--liili ii. iii uf li.i< ((nut Wftft, Oi.lilahii" ,t
V'Hl inn-nnt of uhu'imI liif-ir-i'i'lmi n..l tun*.
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Bttn '•.•■■Unit K-mi-r'-lv iliiihtriii''!
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Transient Advertisements—First Inner-
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Snd Business Ad*
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'i'ool,,(M per month:
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glij '.{coL.rJo; L'inches, S); 1 Inch. SI
Specials, among reading matter—Each
Insertion, 20 cts. pet line.
Birth's, Mnrrlnges and Deaths, $1 eaeh.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, Ul ets. extra.
ikb'AII transient advertisements will be
words to the line.  Display lines must be
Wednesday Nomina. J"ly **♦ !««•
The river is very low for this time of
the year.
The clmingang haa gone buck to the
publio school ground^; ,.   v..
Tho atr. Yosemito reach*! this city
ut 2:15 last Monday afternoon.
Thero ia very little smoke to bo seen
anywhere now. Bush Urea aeem to
have burnt out.
Sir Al. B. Begbie returns to Victoria
froirvTlll»|1V*^jW3P^bU'"riVo*
Mrl|aiffieift^' f. li
autttul photograpnlo'" panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 cts. per
set at T. R. Pearson A Co.'s. *
Tbe Blue Ribbon Club will (five au
entertainment in the Skating Rink tonight, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla la the moat effective blood purifier ever tlerlseil, It is
recommended by the best physicians.
Tenders are invited for the now
Roman Catholic cathedral which it is
proposed to erect in this city. See
adv.
A largo number of small steamers,
tugs and scows now find regular employment un tho river in connection
with thc canneries. '      i
On Monday three or fuiir more trees
which threatened to fall across Port
Moody road were cut down,; and re-
moved out of the way. . t -.
The atr. Dunsmuir gives an excursion from this city to Burrard Inlet
and Port Moddy'iuat Moridny.1 ^dV
particulars sec handbills.
Mr. J. C. Hughes, who went up to
Fnrwell as registrar for the courts
hold there hy Sir JU. B. Begbie, C. J.,
returned on Monday night.   .
A gentleman from tfaia oity saw a
fine doo and two fawns playing oust'
Port Moody road near the forks atft
daya ago.   They vrer« for/ tame, fi
Capt. Pittendrigh reports tin average
of about 200 salmon to tlie boat ou
Monday night. Near the gulf it is
■expected the take would bo even
Jarger.
Sportsmen are reminded that the
shooting season does not begin until
tho lst of September, and that the
-game laws have been extended to this
distriot.
The weathor continues pleasant and
not too hot. There have been occasional showers, but very li«ht, and the
roads are dusty. The hay Holds are
scenes of great activity.
Any intending exhibitor who bat1.
not received a copy of the British Columbia Agricultural Association's prize
liat will be supplied on application to
Mr. W. D. Ferris, secretary. t
Ono of tho hotels at Port Moody has
a neat way of-advertising its bar:
"Wanted, 1,000 men to unload wJuion-
ers!" In bar-room partahoe "schuouor"
menus a verier ih whicli beer ia tarred!
The sailora had u lively timo at Port
Moody on Monday night. There waB
a free tight, in which some used knives,
and Mr. Coun was called out. of bed to
sew up one man who had been badly
cut.
Puiu-iu Dibcuhhionb.—Wa understand that tho provincial eucrotary will
huld a public meeting .at Niin-ueii
school house on tho -29th inst. at It
p.ro.j.aud at thoMoiintLehmansclinul
house at 10 a.m. on •be ISOth. -These
meetings are for the'*purposo of discussing rond matters with thu settlers.
Mail Changes,—Another change in
the mails! The str. Rithet arrived at
this city lust night, and leaves for up
river at 7 this morning. This is a
much better arrangement than the
other, aiul if she would loavu Saturday
morning at 7, instead of leaving late
Saturday night, all cause c,f complaint
«»ald be removed.  Wej-hope this1 may
Ribl'h Thi al.—Jurymen for the
Riel trial have been selected from
among the white settlers along the line
of the Canadian Pacific railway. Half-
breeds and othor sympathizers of
Riel nro objecting because the jury
will not he'iuixed; ■ The trial will
certainty ;begih on the SOth hist.
Hon. Wm, McDougall, who ranks
high as a constitutional lawyer, iu a
communication to the Ottawa press,
expresses doubts of the validity of it
court: trial- of Riel as at present constituted, and contends that a stipendiary magistrate of tho Northwest
Territories hus not power without the
issue of .a special com mission from the
crown. \ The indictment is aBoTeon-
siderod irregular. Although an American citizen, Riel has beun indicted us
a British subject. The sincerity of
thu government in bringing Riel to
justice is doubted.
Ou Saturday evenim* the ship Packard, with 2000 tons of steel rails, arrived at Port Moody. Ou Sunday the
ship Portia arrived with 2000 tnna.
This will keep the tracklayers busy for
.some time.
What is going tu bu done with tlie
■old fence that enclosed the public
.school grounds 1 ft would be just the
thing for the cricket  and base ball
f[round ou the upper part of the pubic square.
It waa nfter 9 o'clock when thu
iRithet arrived from Victoria Saturday
might. She had hur electric light itt
•operation this trip, and returned from
'Vale without any mishap about noun
•nn Monday.
Tho pluckyjfronduct ofthe plucky
•garrison besieged so long at Kassala
-must challenge the admiration of every'
one. Yesterday's dispatches show
that this garrison is by no means in a
humor to capitulate yet.
A Danish tragedian was recently
greeted with a shower of decayed eggs
while performing Hamlet at Copenhagen. Ho believes now, more than
ever, that Shakespeare waa right when
lie said there was something rotten iu
Denmark.
At the W. O. T. U. mass melting
last Sunday night every seat in tho
Drill Shed was occupied, and setae
had to stand. The meeting was addressed by Rev. C. Watsmi, and Miss
S. J. Whito, M. E. h., gave a temperance reading.
Tlie steel-rail ship Portia, from
Wales, oame vory nearly sailing up to
Port Moody on Sunday. She was
overtaken by a tug near thu mouth of
the Inlet, but Capt, Jones had made
up hia mind to sail in, am] with a fair
wind lio oould havo doue it.
That  unmentionable establishment
next *** Dlil* S1,w,» wni,;h tiu •""■'
threa iei"* dlignuurt tha oity, was
carta4-awy >* M,mdk>* AN*;»
who will knowing wn* jf 1,UT-"
euch nuople is not i,?m\^ I"11'*
i the occupants Ihemsu.
Mlowed
<0
/ban
At present fishermen aru hut
to fish botween Saturday lunm aiv
o'olock Sunday night. Application
was lately made fur permission tu fish
up till 0 o'clock Saturday night, but
the minister uf marine and fisheries
would not make the extension.
Every person will bu glad to learn
that the highwayman who stood up
the paymastor nn the Nnnaimu railway
a few days ago hns been promptly
arrested. It is best alwaya tu nip
theae things in the bud. Tin contractor! offered a roward of ¥900.;:. ,.
The Gazette saya Cnpt. Chirk haa
beon nnitfied tlmt abuut 12 acres nf hia
water front at Port Moody aru required by the Dominion government fur
railway purposes, and the consideration
offered is $12"
Gazelle ueyal
value of $5,000 havu been Hindi
So fur tho cholera seems to havu
been confined almost exclusively tn
. Spain this year. It is scarcely possible
for Portugal to escape, as Lisbon is
situated at the mouth nf thu great
river whoso branches spread through
the affected district, It is liuped, how*
ever, thai Britain ma? eitcopo this
year,
Fhom Granville.—Our Granville
letter was delayed and came to hand
too lute, and we must be content with
a few extracts: Business along the inlet- is improving; the two nulls and
aill the logging campsjnre in full blast;
last Saturday evening tho captain and
crow of tho ship Pnssmore gave an entertainment at Blair's Hall which was
woll attended and much enjoyed.
Bush fires are still raging iu several
directions. Quite a number of strangers have arrivod during the past week,
and real i-sliita ia moving; overy onv fa
pleased with the harbor and townaite.
Fon Defen(.'b.—A telegram from
Sau Francisco states that a British war
ship arrived thereon Friday with thi1
torpedo boats Swift and Sure, und
that she would leave fur Victoria as
soon al she had taken in coal. These
torpedo boats wero purchased uot long
ago from thu.governmont of Chili to
be used in defending Victoria and Es-'
quimnlt harbors. But what is boing
done for tlio protection of Fraser river,
Burrard Inlet and Nanaimo V We
hope the military authorities will not
forget that thero are placea on the
mainland quite as.expoaed aa Victoria.
* ' ■<   :—- ■>«•» —--j-        ;   ■
: Port Moody RoAD.;~Lbst Saturday
■morning men began work before daylight oti u large tip. tree which hung
oyer Port Mbody "ruad. The object of
bo early a start was to get the tree out
tif the way, before, thufirst stage arriv-
'ed. As soon'ns'the tree had fallen a
temporary way waa made round the
butt su that traflic could go on. A
section was cut out un the roadway,
where hy actual measurement it had a
diameter of 8 feet. This was rolled
put by means of jack-screws, and fire
was placed under it and the trunk.
Tho. fire is still burning, and in a day
or two it is expected tlvp huge'fir will
be thoroughly cremuted. \ Mr.Sprott
reports that all the dangerous trees on
Pnrt Moody road bave beeu removed,
and the men are going to cut those
that threaten to block up the north
ruad beyond the forks.
City Counoil. —Council mot on
Mondny night. Present, the mayor
and Couns. Douglas, Shiles, Elliott,
Calbick, Lord, and Hendry. The chief
engineer of tho fire deparment applied
for the half-year allowance of $125, nud
also for 9125 additional required for
pressing claims. Notice of motion was
given tlmt this sum will be asked for
at next meeting. A petition was ure-
aented frum tho barbers of tho city
asking the council to pass a by-law to
close barber shops on Sunday, On
motion of Coun. Lord, sec. by Coun.
Calbick, the -petition gut the 0 mos.
hulat. A' petition with 01 names was
presented asking the council to have
Clinton st opened to connect with the
Thome road. Laid uver till the government- opens the mud. Accounts
were presented as follows: A. Gut man,
$16.50; Cou'sibun.$3.9U; W.Blackio,
95.81. Counoil adjourned till next
Monday night,
A Notable Incident.—A Calgary
dispatch uf tho Oth saya: The Ninth
Battalion returned to-night from the
mountains, having beon as far as Donald in British Columbia. All aro
greatly delighted with their trip, _ At
Donald ah entertainment was given
thd officers at Dr. Sweet's' house.
Among thiiBu present wore Chief Justice Sir; Maths*. Begbie, Registrar
Hughes, nnd Deputy Attorney-General
Irving, of British Culumbia, aud Major Walter, of Calgary. Speeches were
made by tho oflicers and their entertainers. Col. Atnyot expressed himself on behalf of the battalion as plensed with the trip in evory way. Speeches
were also made hy Chief .Jus; ico Begbie
and others. At Donald the troops
found that tho woods had been on tire,
and that cars were burnt alongside the
track. Ob the journey buck to Calgary the train ran into a number of
sheep on thu .Cochrane ranche, killimr
'fifteen of them. - At Calgary the bat-
trillion Was greeted by the Calgary band
nnd a targe concourse of citizens. The
battalion returned in high spirits, and
having hnd supper, luft fur tho east.
v A Good Filtkr.—Pure water is hulls*
'*asable to health; the least impurity
enon"*'* ^ removt-<' % ft S00** ''^er. Pure
Blood in ^i0 •'•dispensable; there can be
sfrt1'^1^.! ass
pure Blood. -.	
Lesseps' ultimata was that' th,e |,una*
ina canal could be built in eigu '^fllU
hr 8120,000,000. The work has t?u*
heen in progress four years. *?W),000,-
000 has been expended, nnd tho wort:
is not fine*twentieth dupe. It is a safe
prediction that the'canal will never'be
ct'iiiploted on the iirenuiit plans. If it
Were to be,' it would cost not-less than
«120.   Onthia.pr61wily,lb-i;' ni'much as Lesseps estimatud.
ays,   improvements nf   thu  ^ _	
A Frkqukst Annoyanok.— Many people suffer from distressing sick heatfacties
and bilious attacks of frequent occur*
rence which a bottle or two of Burdock
Blood Bitters would entirely remove. It
regulates the Stomach, Uver, Hmvols
und Blood to a healthy action.
Mortgages;' Deeds,, .Looses, Agree
ments of Sate, uml lnW.,l(Mm of all
kinds, at T. It. Pearson k Co's, *
The Norm Arm Heeling.
THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY A THE SETTLERS
i Ui Toiled for the Columbian.)
On Friday last, pursuant to notice,
and in response to tbe request uf the
municipal council nud numerously
signed petitions asking for the opening
up of roads in the locality, the Hon,
John Robson, provinoial secretary,
met the electors in the town hall for
the purpose of enquiring into the
wants of the settlement. H. Boyd,
Ksij., reeve, was chosen chairinau; O.
ID. Sweet, secretary. The chairman,
iu a few well chosen remarks, stated
tho object of the meeting and then
called upon
The Provincial Secretary, who in
coming forward first apologized for
calling them together during the busy
baying season aud then stated that he
wished to correct the impression whioh
seemed to have prevailed ta a certain
extent, that he had given this section
tho go-by. This wna far from being
the case. A pressure of business had
prevented him from making a general
and continuous tour, but hu had by no
moans forgotten this very important
part of thu district. Tho nnn, gentle-,
man, howevor, warned the people here
not tu look for too much at the hands
of the government. He wuuld be
only tuu glad to meet urgent demands
and requirements, but many parts of
the district were ao utterly destitute
of reads that they had not cv«n a trail
by which to cuuvey auppliea to their
homes, and under these circumstances
we must bu content with a moderate
outlay. Aftor aome further remarks,
he called for an expression from those
presont, whereupon a motion was put
and carried unanimously, setting forth
the urgent need, iu view of the markets springing up around us and the
probable early completion of the 0. P.
B. to Coal Harbor, uf certain public
works being completed at an early
dato, such aa the extension of the Granville and North Arm road to the North
Arm, the completion of the trunk road
across Sea island, un outlet for Messrs.
Kidd, McDonald und others to the
trunk road, the construction of suit-
ublo wharves—one ut south end of
trunk ruad, near Mr. London's, and
one on the North nrm near Mr. Crid-
land's. These works, with the exception of the road across Sea island, he
(the provincial secretary) said would
receive his support and he would endeavor tu procure their completion nt
the hands of the government out of
the appropriation fur the district. The
necessity of a bridge from Sen island
to the mainland was urged upon him,
but he stated that it would be quite
nut of the question to undertake a
work of the kind this year, aud at the
same time expressed his hearty sympathy with the work and hoped to be
able next year to meet tho people of
Sea island in that direction. Those
prosont, representing the various parts
of tbo municipality and the adjoining
mainland, then listened with much attention to the hun. gentleman's vindication nf tlio course pursued by the
provincial government with regard to
tho extension of tho C. P. R. to Coal
Harbor, getting rid of the white elephant—the dry dock, Ac, -tc. At
the close u vote expressing confidence
in thu present gnvenimeut.and thank
ing the hon. gentleman for hi* timely
visit, was put to the meeting, carried
unanimously, and the meeting was
brought to a cluse.
The Tide or Immigration.
Among tho visitors to Victoria yesterday was Mr, Lett. T. Smith, a railroad magnate of Kansas, who controls
the Kansas Central Railroad, and ia
moro ur lest interested itr the Pacific
roads of that state. In eon versa tion
with it reporter relative to railroads
and their progress toward this locality,
Mr. Smith predicted a great futuro for
British Columbia. He said that the
people hardly realized the effect of
opening the Canadian Pacific road for
overland traffic. What the Kansas
Pacitio had accomplished for tho vast
prairio districts of Kansas, where nu
resources were offered, aside from the
reclamation of a large area of waterless land, would be increased ten fold
along tho Canadian Pacific, where so
many natural attributes to wealth are
spread hmndcuat for milea on each Bide
nf the now highway to the east. The
inducements to settlers in Britiah Columbia are in every way superior tu
those in Kansas at tha time the K. P.
Mad was opened, and it would be safe
to predict twice the amount of immigration. Kansas offered nothing but
years of toil in the vain attempt tu
mako a home on farms requiring constant irrigation, as it never rains in
the extreme western part of the state,
which fact accounts for the absence of
all shade or trees of any description.
Notwithstanding those drawbacks the
now road brought thousanda of settlers ready to take their chances, and
to-day vast fields of grain aiid good
paying farms may be seen all along
the line, on prairie landa where not a
dozen years ago cattle cuuld hardly
find a subsistence.
Huw different are the inducements
offered to immigration along the Canadian Pacifio in British Columbia,
There are millions in mineral wealth
the mountains, rich conl fields
abound, pure water is available, timber is adjacent for building, the rains
and snows of winter prepare the soil
for agricultural pursuits, there is un
excoptiuuabty fine market for farm
produco; and, in fact, thore seems
every inducement likely to bring n
rapid and permanent settlement that
will double the population and wealth
of Biitish Columbia within a fow
yenrs.
Tu be sure it ia a loug distance from
thickly-populated centres, but tho majority of ae tilers will uu doubt constitute a class whu are dissatisfied with
limiies ulready tnkon up east of the
Rucky Mountains, and ultimately thoy
will either Bell or abandon their land
in less favored localities and grasp thu
npportuuitiea offered for enrichment
iu thia provinco. Relative tn the terminus Mr. Smith thought Ihu place
nearest to the atrnita would prove the
most advantageous to tbu milruad, as
quick transit iB the order of tbo day,
and to compete with thc Northern IV
•ific and other roads In tbe dispatch of
'--ht it would facilitate matters and
The Mff Robbery.
THE HIGHWAYMAN CAUGHT WITH HIS SWAG
Oiikmaini/k, July 18.— About 2 o'clock this morning Lhe robber was captured on his way lo Maple Hay, by
two hnlf-breeds, named Samuel and
Sherman Lewis, aged 18 and 20, employees of Croft and Angus of thu
Chemainus saw mill. They woro stationed on the roadside a short distance
apart, when they heard somo une
emerging frum tho woods and presently
they saw n man come ou to tho road
and procoed on Iub way, evidently unaware that he waa being watched. He
had not taken nuuiy steps whon thu
order was given tu: halt. Thereupon
the robber threw himself upon the
ground, and showed nu resistance
when told to throw up his arms. Being
satisfied, after searching, that he hud
no firearms, thoy asked what he had
done with tho money. He replied
that he bad thrown it on thu roadside.
After a few minutes' search they were
rewarded by finding a handkerchief
containing paper money to the amount
uf ten thousand dollars. The three
hundred dollars of silver coin and his
rifle he had secreted in the woods,
They then proceeded to Chemainus
aud were joined by a number uf men
and started in search uf tho hidden
deposit, after finding which they have
returned with the full amount of the
silver and valuable papers. The robber is now in custody hero and will
shortly bo taken elsewhere.
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Communications.
The Terminus Question.
Editor Columbian.—I have just read
the official report of the splendid speech
of Senator Mclnnes on the 6th inst., on
the railway terminus question iu tbe
senate, when moving for returns of correspondence. That speech remains unanswered in the senate. It is unanswerable. What a pitiable spectacle Sir'A.
Campbell, the leader of the government,
presented! The case was made too plain,
namely, that the government bad trifled
with and basely deceived the. public.
Br. Molnnes concluded his speech by
 .le
saying that the only honorable course
left for the government was "to recoup to
evory person evtry dollar that they have
invested at Port Moody since 1880." Is
there anything unreasonable in such u
claim! We liavo a precedent for it at
our own doors. Langley was first chosen tis the capital of the then colony of
B. C. After lots had been sold and
bought on the faith of that decision, a
change was made to this city, and full
compensation was made to all who had
invested at Langley, The details of the
two transactions may be somewhat different, but the principle is the same. It
might, however, be more correct tp say
that the government ought to compel
the syndicate to make the compensation
—that is, if wo can suppose a servant
compelling a master to do anything!
Railway.
(In accordance with this principle, the
people of New Westminster would have a
valid claim for compensation on account
of the removal of tho capital to Victoria.
But the eases mentioned liy our oofres-
pondent are not exactly parallel. If the
government had sold Port Moody property on the strength of its being selected as tbe terminus, our correspondent's
position would have been much better.
But the government sold no lots tliere;
and we are afraid tha hope of compensation will disappoint any person who may
luok for relief in thnt quarter,— Ed.]
fi-eijj
'-^e in the delivery of Pacific
nenta  both east  and west.
save   tii
of Victoria and **»? ji»^S?!H
enjoy a steady grow
♦It and evontuallv
vory important *.
'•nitre of trade
and cominuree' on tbe Pi.'^ ■'■*■•■
especially if a direct line of i W
could bo eatiiblish.-d betweon tlii-, .*,u|''
and Japan,—Vtdonlst.
IJsKXinvK."Thore Is no remedy know a
to medieal science that enn excel Dr.
Howler's Extract of Wild Strawberry us
ft'cure for Cholera Morbus, I'iarrhieii,
.Dysentery, or nnv form of Summer Com-
[Taint afflicting oh Hit roil or adults,
Many people are not aware that it is
the wrapper of tobacco which gives tbe
color to the plug, and -are, therefore,
often deceived by a handsome outside
appearance. The wrapper is a single
.film of leaf wrapped round the plug, and
is never good smoking tobacco. It ia
costly only because of its fine color. In
the "Myrtle Navy" brand the cliief attention is paid to the "filler," that is,
the Inside of the plug. It is this which
determines tbe smoking tobacco. A tobacco can be made to look as well aa the
"Myrtle Navy" without much trouble or
expense, but at the same timo be a very
interior article.
Canned Salmon ami Fruit*
New Yokk, July 3.—A representative of the firm of W. T. Coleman
said to the Bulletin reporter this morning: The statements published in the
trade papers that thero woro unusual
signs of activity in the canned salmon
industry are erroneous. Thu market
just now ia entirely nominal, add thero
is not one party hero willing to speculate. Every one in tho trade seems
to bo working nn tho most conservative principles. There is usually a
large run of salmon in July. The
dealers are holding back till tho fnll
result of the pack is mado known.
The pack thia year will fall very short
of last. The latest reports give from
66,000 to 75,000 cases as tbo result so
far, but thia does nut seum lo influence
trade. Dealers aro in a position this
yoar to await thu result of thu pack
before ordering. In April ItO.OOO
cases arrived hore and sold ut $l.li»,
which is unusually low.
That same salmon nuw offers from
9117 tu 81.20, which prevents orders
for now fifth, and keeps prices dowu
un thu Columbia river.
Regarding canned fruits, the newspapers havo boon looming with reports
of immense crops in California The
result has buen a stagnation iif future
biiMiiesss, because dealers hem expect pheiiouttiuHlly low j'rici'a, Agtiju,
the carry "Ver this year hns bm-n lnl'gu,
especially iu hiuh grades ->r ft-u:ts.
Dealers in cicuted fruits cumt'liiiii that
ehenply put-up goods intirfere with
the Hale nf standard brands, Uut ism*
sinners aru beginning to dlionnilirate
and better grades uru slowly coining to
the front. Tho outlook for California
raisins ia favorable.
The Brave Volunteers.
allowances to bo mado to tho widows
and families of deceased officers uud
niuu, a hif-licr rate is tu bo granted to
the families of thoso killed iu action
than to those of thu men who died
from wounds or illness. Any officer
who hus lost a limb, an eye, or the
use of a limb, is to receive a full year's
pay as a gratuity, and after ono year
may receive pension according to the
following rates:—Liout,-Col., |l,200a
year; major, $800; captain, 8400;
lieut., #280. All claims for pensions
must be applied for within live years.
Sergeants who have been disabled bo as
to be incapable of earning a livelihood,
and who require the care of another
person are tn receive from 75c to $1,10
per day; if the care uf another person
is not needed then from GOo to We por
day; if able to contribute in some degree to their maintenance from 40c to
00c, and if able to contibute materially
towards their maintenance from 30c to
45c. Corporals disabled so as to require caro will receive from 00c to Mo
as proportionate allowances according
to the naturo of their injuries. Privates will be entitled to 45c a day and
under, according to the extent of tlieir
injuries. The widows of officers or
meu killed in action uro tu receive a
pension equal to one-half of the daily
pay of their husbands, and in addition
for tho first year u gratuity equal to
ono year's pay. Children of officers
and men killed will be granted comparative allowances equal to one-tenth
of the pay of the deceased parenta nnd
a gratuity of four months' pay. Smaller
allowances are mode to widows and
childretrc-of officers and soldiers who
havo diod from illness or wounda. No
pensions shall bo granted if the applicants nre left in wealthy circumstances
or nro already iu receipt of pensions or
allowances from the public. Widows'
pensions are to cease when they remarry, but may be restored in the
event of their becoming widowed a
second time. Provision is also made
for mothers and sisters who hare been
dependent on sons or brothers killed or
who hnve died while on active service.
He Acted Wisbly.—-"I am so weak I
can hardly move, all run down with a
Chronic Summer Complaint," said one
gentleman to. another on our street the
other day. "Now, tako my advice," re-
plied his friend,  '"go to your Druggist
' get a bottlo of Dr, Fowler's Extract
opire'd by one net of eonspimfor-jwith the
aole object tif specula tion. 'J'hc exposure
bliowa the head quarters of the eonspii acy-
tu bu at Herlin, but the agents work on
every bouse in Europe. Forged accounts
of hostile Russian movements were telegraphed to London papers, and the
pompous nml threatening tone of the latter was depended upon to do the rest.
LOKOOK, July 18. A dispateli from
Paris says tho French ambassador at St.
Petersburg, who was about to leave the
.Russian capital on a furlough to enjoy a
vacation, has l«en ordered to remain at
his post because of the gravity of the
Afghan difficulty.
Bfilti.iN, July 18.—Negotiations are
pending with two great German banking
houses for a loan of §100,000,000 to China
for the construction of railways, telegraphs, wharves and other trade improvements throughout the Celestial empire.
London, July 18.—The Marquis of
Salisbury for England, and the Marquis
Tsing for China, to-day signed the new
opium treaty between China and Great
Britain, by tho terms of which tho interior of the empire is opened up freely to
the opium trade.
London, July 18.—In ministerial circles no fear is entertained of' an immediate quarrel with Russia, Notwithstanding this, measures for the defence
of India are being constantly pushed forward. Genera] Stewart, commander-in-
chief forward, will, it is said, be appointed to one of the vacant scuts in the Indian council, in which case Lord Wolseley will be given thc chief command in
India. Earl Dufferin, viceroy of India,
has issued un order prohibiting officers
of the Indian army who are on furlough
from going to Cashmere, ostensibly because tlie return thence would be diflicult
and slow in caie of a hu^cd-recall. It
ia reported that Col. Looklmit who has
gone toGilrarmain, entrance to the valley
of Cashmere from Central Asia, with a
year's supplies, avowedly for tbe use of a
aurveylng party, ib really engaged in a
political movement of importance.
Sjhip of v\pt
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most pleasant, prompt and effective
remedy known, to cleanse the system; to
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gently yet thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred ills.
_ Tint Bkht yuc'-^TIiei-e is no preparation before the people to-day tlint commands their couiideuce more, or meets
with a hetter sale thau does Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry—the infalli-
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Complaints,
Tho'/ollnwlng Husiness Ufrectory t-bh'
tains only the names of persons whose ail-
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J twill bo round convenient nnd useful to
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en In alphabetical order:
Pliysiclafoit
Dr. Clarke	
Ur, .Garrow	
Ur. Uooiior	
Ov, MulVrs	
 (.'nluniblti street
 '■■■luml-iu liti-pet
 Church Mirer!
 Front si reel
Lawyers,
Corbould A McColl..-.-. McKenzie street
 Port Moody
PSHnmlltu.
and
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Summer Complaints."
mmm
mili FROM AU NWTS OF THE W0RU.
Ottawa, Jnly 17.--The house of commons thia afternoon unanimously adopted a vote of thanks to the officers and
men cuganged iu suppressing the Northwest rebellion, and voted $25,000 to Gen,
Middleton.
Tripoli, July 17.—Thc Porto has decided to strengthen the defence of Tripoli. A Turkish transport with 1,100
troops and a number of guns and torpedoes has already arrived hero, and
other transport* with men and war material arc coining.
Cork, July 17.—Tho committee of the
shareholders of the Munster Bank, appointed to devise' means for adjusting
the affairs of the institution have approved tho proposal made by Mr. Shaw
to borrow sufficient money in England to
liquidate the bank's present indebtedness.
Tho directors have issued an appeal to
the shareholders of the bank calling upon
them to attend a general meeting in
Dubliu, to be held to-morrow In support
of .Mr. Shaw's proposal.
Ddltm, •.Tufy IT.-The Birl of Vst~.
narvon, lord-lieutenant, has publicly announced that he will recommend that
the government give all reasonable help
to the Minister Bank.
Sr. pETEnsuTRO, July 17.—Tho Journal dt St. Petersburg comments on the
erroneous views held by the British press
on the Znllikar pass question. It says
Russia understood that England had
pledged to the ameer the Zulfikar valley,
between the Heri Kud and the mountains, and agreed in the principal to leave
this position to him. It is supposable,
says the Journal, that England has
also promised to thc ameer the easterly
mountain passes, which are now tbe subject of negotiation between that country
and Russia. Tlie government has ordered the formation of a permanent fortified
camp In Grodna, tha capital of the prov.
ince of Grodna, formerly a part of Fo
laud.
London, July 17.—A deputation of
important citizens, headed by the lord
mayor, called upon Lord George Hamilton, fint lord of the admiralty, to-day
and urged the necessity of strengthening
the British navy. Lord George, in reply,
said tlie government intended to secure
tha best professional opinion as tothe
actual solution of the navy question,
If the advisers decide that the navy was
at present efficient, the government
would give that assurance to tho publio
to allay alarm. If, on the other hand, it
should; be found by the advisers tliat the
navy tacked in efficiency, and that active
steps were necessary to strengthen it,
the goverumet would not hesitate to ask
parliament for the funds uecessary to
place Englaml foremost among, the maritime niters. A conference of tbe Empire Defence league was held this morning in the Mansion House, Lord Lennox
presiding. The lord mayors of many of
thu provincial towns were present.
Resolutions were adopted whioh declared
that the defciijivu treaourcoa of tbe empire were inadequate aud urging the government to strengthen the navy for the
purpose of protecting the oonst and to
fortify colonial ports aud coaling stations,
and to appoint a v-iiniiiissiuu to enquire
into the relative strength of the British
ami foreign navies.
Ottawl Out., July IS.-The Chinese
restrict urn bill patfiid tlie senate without
umi'iulinent.
New Yokk, dnh IS.-The weather
here today nos sultry and closo; the
thermometer at uomi wns llOJu the shade.
Up 11 that hour to day sis eases of suit-
Stroke were reported at the health office.
Rtipurt* this week show 1,0111 deaths tu
the eity against 870 in ttie corresponding
week last year. Of .diwliea wises there
were 111!), luini; children under fl years
of ai'l!. John Roach', shin builder, who
built the "Dolphin,-" who fins been doing
business under the name of .lohn Roach
fi Sou, hun made an assignment. Tlio
assignor lir.u diutate* that the wages and
salaries of all employees be paid.
Lonuon, July IS.—Proclamation of
the ameer of Afgh-utMtan announcing the
receipt by him of the decoration of the
Star of India nnd declaring that he was
entitled to aid from the Indian army, if
necessary, was IsaucU at Herat. The
ameer, in bi.* proclamation has ordered
ammunition to Herat to celebrate Ida hi-
vesture with thc order.
LuNlniN, July IS.-Dispatches received from him this nfterneou report that
thu I'Yfiich foreign olliee hai r-meived in-
fiiiiiiiitiiiii which shows conclusively that
the Itussian* are determined nu sebting
Herat, tlmt the innrclihig of Russian
tronjw now ^oiug on at Ziiltiknr Pais is
fur tint [illfpifle. At a cabinet counoil
now liuing hjtfil thi* Un isi-Afghaubound-
iii-y i|iic.iiiuii u the-rttthjout of thecabi-
i net-t naiislilvmttttii,
able-
gram iioiu   IjpnilOu  says:   The Berlin
Oitawa, July lO.-On Wednesday
nu urder-in-council was pns-iod approving certain regulationa made by ibo
militia department with fespuct to
urutuiiiog and pontons to be paid to
the widows and iirphaus of tlm ofti^ers
und men of tho active militia who have
boon killed, and to tbuse wounded iu
active iervice after lillih Alaiuh', ltJ8A,
or to the ropr«<stitilalivus of tlioHe who
hh«-| ditul from injuries onmraciutl in j "^^ifvijiiSIlv is.—A SiuC* cabl
MtURi ti'rvloe. rill« alloivutlen-s ale I gmm ,-,,,.„ |j.,I„l(m m,s. T*w Bo,.|
Uiuch tin* aanio as tli-sL-giMtiied after! P..J,,.,., -,hriw/by indisputable evidence,
the Fenian '"aid in 180.1, and uvo bu-j-d, j tli-tt tho warlike rumor* aud telegrams,
so far as pra-'ticiible, on the Imperial though emnlng from -different places, all
army ivynlati'ina, excepting  that Itt j elnaliuted from one snnree, and were in-
An Is visible Foe.-The poisonous
germs of disease aro. lurkiug in the air
we breathe and in the water we drink.
The system Bhould bo kept carefully
purified and all the organs toned to proper action. This can best be done by
the regulating, purifying and tonic powers of Burdock Blood Bitters.
YESTERDAY'SJISPATCHES.
Vienna, July 21.—A dispatch from
London to Political Correspondence
says that M. Lessar states openly that
the possession of Herat hns become
necessary for. Russia and ought not to
cause war. ■
London, July 21.-25,000 cotton
operatives at Oldham havo struck
work.
Caiiiu, July 21.—News has veachod
here from Kassala to the effect that a
large force of rebels had attacked that
placo and made several desperate attempts to carry it by assault. They
wero finally repulsed and tho garrison
at Kassala, following up their victory,
captured the rebel camp with 2,000
oxen and 700 riHoa. Tho enemy lost
200 mon killed aud wounded, while
the garrison's casualties woro much
smaller.
Chicago, July 21.—Lost night was
the moat oppressive experienced in
thia city for a number of yoars. It
wo* almost unbearable, thousands
are leaving the city for higher altitudes
and cooler sections of tho country.
Reoina, K. N. T., Ju)y aL-RieFa
trial began to-day. Prisoner, on being
asked to plead, said afttlr some hesitation: "I hava tha honor to answer the
court, lam not guilty." His counsel
requested an adjournment in order to
prepare affidavit setting forth the importance of having certain witnesses
ior the defence. Gabriel Dumont nnd
Dumas were wanted from Montana,
and it would take nearly two weeks to
bring them. Au adjournment wan
granted until to-moriow. Prisoner
was very quiet and frequently prompted his counsel.
London, July i 21.—Dispatches received here to-day state that the king
of Dahomey with a largo army has
massacred the French in an un protect od village. The king has nlso
captured 1,000 French persona which
hu and his followers propose to eat,
Madrid, July 21.—There were 15
new casos and 13 deaths reported yesterday in adjacent villages to this city.
Tho scourge haB invaded Guadalajoit,
Bruges, and Almeria. The record
this week stands: July 1!), now case*
1,850, deaths 701; July 20, new cases
2,471, deaths 952.
Au old Scotch lady being in London, observed above a currier's shop
door a cow's tail fixed to the wall by
way of a sign. She stood for a considerable time meditating on the curious sign. Tho shopman wont out und
politely asked hor what it wus that
drew her notice so uiuth, upon wliich
the answered, "Od, I'vo fitoodon an'
lotkit near au onr at lhat coo's tail, ail'
I cannn see, i' tho name o' wonder,
foo the coo cud gang in ut sio a sma'
hole and no be able tuu pu' in her tail
after her.*'
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a fair trial unite iu grateful testimony to
its many virtues.
BIRTH.
WAKWU'K.-In Hit*-oily, on tliu-MHu
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From Pole to Pole
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The Harpooner's Story. <
Jfea Bedford, June 1,1883.
Dlt, J. C. ATEn & Co.—Twenty years ago I
wan a harouoner in tho Nortii Paclfla, wlu-n tivo
others of tno crew nnd myself wero liitd u]> with
scurvy. Our bodies wow Wonted, ginus swollen
and bleeding, teeth loo*e, pur-ilo Wotchc- oil
over uu, and our breath Bcemcd rotten. Take It
by nod large wo wero pretty badly off. Atl our
llme-Julco was accidentally destroyed, but tlio
captain had a couplo dozen bottle-of Ater'*
Barbapabilla nnd gave ns that. Wo recovered on tt quicker than I lmvo ovor seen men
iroujrhtaboatby anyollicrtrentmcntlbr Scurry,
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good far scurvy, 1 thought you ought to know of
thii, and so send you tho fncts.
ltiMpcetfUHy yonrs,   ItAtru Y, Wikoatk.
The Trooper'* Experience.
Manen,27asutolantl{S. Afrka,)-)r<irch7,1SS3.
Dn. J. O. Ann & Oo.-Qeutlcmcn: I liavo
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your Sarsaparilla, Wc havo beon stationed
hero for over two years, during whioh time we
bad to live In tents. Heine: under ennvns for
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somo time. I was advised to tako your Hnna-
partita, two bottles of which mndo my tores
disappear rapidly, and I tun now quite well.
Tours truly,        T. K. Bodes,
Trooper, Cape Mounted Rijltmtn.
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Perhaps the most artistic building on
the exhibition ground is thc pavilion of
tho Dominion Organ and I'iano Company
of Bowmanville, Jt is moreover one nf
the most interesting to lovers of good
music as b'einjt the location of a magnificent collection of instruments. The
erection of this building, which cost
about $1,000, become necessary to meet
tbe requirements ol the company, whicli
bad beon cramped for room , iu tho Main
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the merits of high-clans instruments. Tbe
enterprise displayed bythe Company iu
providing suitable ipiartei-s on the
grounds for their business has bet:, rewarded. The large miinbor of visitors
who call, inspect, ami purchase proves
beyond question that the public approve
tho provision made for their convenience
and comfort. Here a crowd may be
aeon listening to test performances on
first-class instruments made by leading
city nnd country musicians.
Bight well do the Company deserve
the Buccess which tbey have achieved.
Tho present prosperous concern Iind, like
all great institutions, its day of small
things. It had its origin in Bowmanville
about fifteen years ngo, thc stock being
at that time largely held by parties unacquainted with trie business. About teu
year* go John WeBley, the present secretary and treaaurer; George Piggott, tho
manager of the manufacturing department; and W. S. Russell, superintendent of the tuning department, bought
out the shareholders nnd assumed control. Since that date thu business has
been booming. A further stimulus was
given tn the concern by the admission of
a Detroit millionaire as a partner. Piano-
mnking was added to tho organ-manufacturing, and the establishment was increased, until it now occupies n leading
position among Canadian undertakings.
It turns out about 200 organs and SO
piano* per month. Tliese aro produced
by 250 linuils, who receive in wages
about §15,000 nor mouth. The whole
civilized world is the firm's market, and
they have branches in London nnd Manchester, Kngland; Hamburg, Germany;
Adelaide and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; and St. Petersburg,
Russia.
The instruments on exhibition in tbe
pa'vilion are fair examples of the Company's workmanship. An upright piano
of bun- walnut is a splendid instrument.
Of square pianos there aro two kinds, a
square and a square grand. The former
is intended for standing against thu side
wall of u room, and is convenient for
comparatively small apartments. The
square grand is finished on all sides, presents a handsome appearance, and is
suited for occupying a prominent position in drawing or music room. These
two instruments are of rosewood, with a
anperfinc polish, ..secured by hand rubbing witli oil for hours. The touch Is
quick nud easy, the tone brilliant nnd
powerful. In musical quality and appearance they nre equal to the best
American pianos.
The organs made by tho Company are
known almost everywhere. Thoy are
manufactured in all styles, and at all
prices, ranging from $50 to $1,000. Many
sample organs are shown in the p&vilion.
The largest organ which tho Company
will exhibit, a double-bank pedal, is at
Sresent at the Dominion Exhibition,
lontreal, but is expected here at the
end of the week. It is arranged to be
blown by Turk's water motor, which has
'been placed in position to await the
arrival of the big instrument. . The organs mu through all grade*, from the
thousand dollar instrument down to tho
parlor favorite. The cases show wonderful variety. Many of these are of
rare beauty and skilful workmanship.
The caso which secured for the Company
a prize at the Centennial Exhibition at
Philadelphia is still much admired, and
is largely manufactured. Cases for parlor organa are chaste in design and art i.s
tic in execution, Tho musicians who
tested the organs affirmed that for sweetness of tone uud elasticity of touch tbey
are model instruments; while visitors
can themselves judge a* to thc beauty
and style of the cases,
[T. R, Pearson k Co., Now Wcatminater, are aole agents for these fine Organs
in British Columbia. Persons proposing
to purchase should not fail to communicate with them. Sample organs on view.
Prices quite as low as thoso of Ontario.
Address. T, R. Pearson k Co., New
Westminster, B. C] *iio26te
Insurance Agti.it
Vf J Armstrong	
W. U Ferris....;.	
T lt Pearson A Co	
Hand liim	
Turner, Uecton A Co.
Woods A Tin ner	
 Frontstreet ;
 Ferris street
('--I nm blunt reel
.Columbia atreet
 Victoria
(dlum bl a street
Auctioneers.
■TQIIngliot
T.J Trail*),,
 i ■■Inniblu slreel
 Ciilimthla street
surveyor*.
Woods 4 Turner. Columbia street
Conveyaneers, Laud Agent*-, -fee.
P.8 Hamilton Porl Moody
W.D.Fcrrli     ....
Ilniflirt- A Alkiiifoti...
ltuini llros	
WitoiK A Turner	
 Ferris street
...Columbia street
.-'Columbia street
...Columbia, atreet
<•<unlit  *•!«-• rhatilk.
Jfw.C'nnnlnglitim A Co...Columbia street
Mis Al A Hnrper Clillllwliuclt
hmiM.s MeNei'I.v Udner'a Lauding
'l timer, Beeton A Co (wliotennle)..VlelorlH
Gents' Fur nf kill iigi,
N. A. White Columbia strtwt
Commission Merchants.
Homer A Hon .„ Frontstreet
Druffglsta.
A Peele Columbia street
Boots nnd Shoe*.
IVntclM-K and Jewelry.
C. M.JffcNauglitoil Columbia slreet
Furniture.
....Columbia street
....Columbia street
ClT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ov-
O cry .Sunday at II a, m. and 7 i*. m. In
tne RectOry Hull, Kl. .luini street, below
Itnyul avenue, .Seats tree, atl are cordially Invited. Sundiiv Helioul ul 2,M v. su
(fogtO)
METHODIST  CHURCH,   Mnry St.
Hev. ft Watson, Pnstor. Services ni
in. and 7 p. m,    sumiiiv Rclionl nud
Hlblo CIiiks 2::;u p. in.    l'ruycr .Moi'tliiR-m
Thm,.--(lii>vK at H p. in. Seals free: atrongoi
----"*--------- Je7-to.
ootiiliilly Invited.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Itev. Hold. I.eil-
ule piiNlor; mfleis In the t'.nirl HniiKc.
Services nt it a.m. nml 7r. .m, Hnhlmth
School nml tlllile Class nl'.'.:«) cm, I'ruv-
er .Mi>etlti(- 'i'liiUMlny evenlnc nt R o'oloelt..
Slrimgcrirordinlly Invited. tiplSle
I'A'ION LOP<-|<: Ne, 9, A. F.
it'--Tho regular Communications o* Itils Lodge are
held ou the ilrsl Mondny In each
-Sti|i.urninn brethren are cordially Invited to attend 11, WILSON,
fej.'i te Secretary.
M
muni. -
CAUTION!
MYRTLE MY!
T.
in   imo.v/.K
John Walsh Columbia street
Books, Stationery, «fcc.
TNHIhbeti it Co	
T It Pearson A Co.	
Musical Instruments.
T H Pearson A Co Columbia street
Hotels.
Brighton (Geo lllack) Hastings
Deighton f A Johnston] (Iranvilla
Farmers' Home (WII Holden)...Chnrcli st
Hoyul (Mrs M A Harper) OhlUlwhank
Sutinyslde [McLeod A Meliinlp] Granville
Bakeries.
L Willie Krnnt street
Groceries, Kit*.
D MoPhndon Columbia street
Butchers.
lioiit Dickinson Columbia street
Painters, Ktc.
Murray A Fry Clarkson street
IHAokftinill-,8.
...CHluniiiln street
...Columhlu Ktreet
Saw »utl Planing Mill*.
ltoyal City rinnlns Mill Rlehnrd slreet
Hrniu'liesatPort Moody A Nanaimo,
Printing Office.
D llolison A Co (Columbian) Columbia st
nulinc at)« plain blnillna.
Wanted.
AMALR TKACHER; holding n Second
Clnss Certificate, tor tlio Clover Volley School. Anullootlonswill be received
at lhe Clover Valley Post Offlco until July
83ra,   By order of I ho Board of Trustees.
(-- dcncan Mckenzie,
JyS'>l Sec'y of School Board.
THE ART GALLERY,
Columblu St., west of Trupp Bros.
PICTURES OK AU, KINDS NKATI.Y
J.    frniiieilninirpiiiiviitoil. oil linlhtingri
irinl plo'tirca srrpirlli'tl to onler.   A call
sol lolled.
JJ-I8IC J. M, DOWDAI.L.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Partnership heretofore existing between Chan.
Allitt and John Bnrkitt.of Chilliwhack,
H. ('..carrying on business as farmer* In
Chilliwhnek, 11. C, Is this day dissolved
by inu'u-i] consent. Chas. Allitt retains
the business, assumes nil nubilities end
collects all debts due the firm.
As witness our hands this 23rd day of
June, ]8S.'>.
CHARLES AMiITT,
JOHN BURKITT.
Witness: itonKirr Lono.
Chilliwhack. June 23rd, UWT-,     UJylm
notice.
NICOLA DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt all
that portion of the Limit Recording
Disl rlct "f Kamloops Division of Yale DIs-
lifet, ns delined by Gazette notico dated
1Mb July. IS7-1. wlilcli Is situated tothe
south of the railway belt, has boen constituted u separate Lund Iti'i-onliiiK District
to lie known as Nicola District
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of Lands nnd Works.
Land* uud Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, July 10th, 11»\
lSJyit        	
MRS, M. ADAMS,
Fashionable DRESSMAKER
COIlNEIt
DOUGLAS AND VIEW STS., VICTORIA, B.C.
S|irriiilli'-« In Weihlllta Trousseau, Ball,
t:. enliisi and Vlslthi-t llrrHMCN, <*iw-
I u in i-i, Mantles, .In-'krls
Ktc., Kit-.
MRS. ADAMS WOULD CALL ATTEN-
tlon lo thc fuel that nil work isunder
own supervision, nnd nsslstcd by a
largo uml competent, stall' of assistants.
Slie will at short notice execute large-nr
small orders,gunrimteolnga perfect nt In
the newest styles.
M-r Large assort nieulofthe famous ftp,
and I*. ». eORMKTft constantly on hnnd.
JunO 18,1885 20Jelm
NONE
A T
I'll  DO lll'JNKK.U, llOUSt
ork for a family of iwo.
lie Apply M      II. l.r.ISKIl. KiMllumclicii! River.
Spallumchoon river is ono of the interior stream* of British Columbia,
flowing down the Gold mountains in a
general northwesterly courso a distance
of aevonty milos, and discharging into
Shuswap lake. Fnr n large portion of
ito courso it is navigable fm- small
steamers, and boat* ply regularly botween the head of navigation nnd
Kamloops, a distance of 125 miles, following tho river, the Shuswap lakes
and Thompson river. Below Kamloops tho waters How through Kamloops lake, tlio main Thompson river,
and finally, hy way of Frasor river, to
tho ocean. Spallumcheen Valley Hoa
along the river and extends westward
to tho head of Luke Okanagon, being
some thirty miles in length. Tliis is
ouo of thc largest and bost agricultural
district* in the province uf British
Columbia. Crops yield enormously
without irrigation, and natural grasses
grow luxuriantly. A little further
west lie the valleys (if. Pleasant and
Salmon rivors, where the most extensive farming iu the province is carried
on. A wagon road leads from Kamloops to Spiillumelieeu, a distance uf
sixty five miles. Luke Ukamigim extend* southward seventy-tivo miles,
tho Oltaungnti river issuing from tho
lower end, and continuing in a general
southerly direction through ft series of
small lakes tn its junction with the
Columbia, in Washington Territory,
175 miles frnm the head of Lake
Okanagon. With the exception of a
full of eight feet at one point, there is
no obstacle to stoamer navigation the
entire distance. A canal from Lake
Okanagon to Spiillunfohoen river,
which is tine of the improvements contemplated for the future, would open
the lake to steamers plying ori Thompson and Spallumcheen rivers, and bnt
for the obstruction mentioned wonld
givo them open water to Iho Columbia.
Such a en mil would bo n direct union
of tho waters of the Frasor nnd Columbia. It would open to the steamer
traflic the great Okanagon valley, one
nf the most important agricultural districts in British Coiumbin, extending
in a successive series tilim? the lako
and river to its junction with tiie Coiumbin, sixty miles south ul the international line. The construction of tin
Canadian Pacific will give easier access
to this region for emigrants iu another
year. Tho lino runs nlong the southern side of the Shuswnp lake, where it
will be tupped by tho steamers plying
up the Spnllumcheeu. The population
in that region is already quite consul
crable. Several stores, post-oflices,
schools and flourishing mill* are to bo
found there, especially in Mission Valley* whero the Catholic* have long
mnintnined a mission, and beyond
question hundreds of families will ere
long be settled in this region, which is
in many respects ono of tho most
desirable possessions of British Oolumbia, The climate is singularly agreeable; not excessively cold in winter
nor oppressively hot in summer. The
rainfall is ample to assure abundant
crops, without cron ting that continued
moist atmosphere peculiar to the region lying nlonp tho const. ■ With settlements nnd greater production will
come belter transportation facilities.
Tho scenery is grand nml inspiring, as
indicated by our engraving of Giant's
Castle, and to tho sportsman it oilers
attractions unsurpassed.—West- Share,
A Strange Alliance.
London, July 17.—Iu thu House of
commons this afternoon Parnell dwelt
on thc administration of the law in
Ireland under Enrl Spencer, whereby
innocent persons had been condemned
and executed and others sentenced to
lifelong penal servitude. Ho moved
that in tho opinion of tho houso it wns
the duly of thc government to institute a strict inquiry into the evidence
and sentences uf the Mnamtrnsnn, Bnr-
bavilla, Crosmngloi and Cnstlo Island
murder cases. Had the Irish executive, snid Parnell, imitated the custom
of the English home oflico in cases
where the guilt of prisoners is doubtful by ordering inquiries on the spot,
iti tho cases mentioned the prisoners,
who wero still living under the sentences of unjust conviction, would long
ago have beeu released from custody.
Parnell declared Crown Solicitor Bolton hnd in a single case insisted on
forcing four or five innocent men to
plead guilty. Snid Parnell: "Speaking coolly as I enn, I believe thnt if
over u murderer deserved to be plnced
uu trial and sentenced to death, that
man is Crown Solicitor Bolton." Corbet, home rule member for Wicklow,
seconded Pamelas motion, and hoped
the government would take a leasun
from their predecessors, "whom tho
Parnellite vote deprived of office."
Sir Michael Hicks Beach said the
prtsent government hud nothing to
say concerning tho merits of the case
and nothing in defense of tho lute govornment. He was, however, authorized tu announce that Earl Carnarvon,
the present lord lieutenant of Ireland,
will make a careful personal inquiry
into tho subject, but the governmont
felt compelled to ask the house to resist Parnell'* motion, which wns derogatory of Enrl Spencer, u member uf
the late government, Paruell's motion was negatived without a division.
During tlio debate Sir Vernon Hur*
court warmly defended the late government. Lord Randolph Churchill
praised Paruoll's calmness of demeanor and tho argument with which ho
introduced his motion, Churchill aaid
the present government would successfully govern Ireland only by divesting themselves of nll responsibility for the act* of the late government.
If there had been a miscarriage of
justice, jn regard tu which ho expressed no opinion, it would bo
brought to. light. He, therefore, appealed to Panioll whether it wns -vise
or fair to press the amendment. Parnell said tho request wa* reasonable
and asked leavo to withdraw the motion. The iVcu-s in a leading editorial
to-day Bays: Signs of an alliance between the Marquis of Salisbury and
Parnell aro obvious. Wo know of
nothing more discreditable in the history of parliament than this combination of Conservatives and Parnellites
in uu attempt to decry their predecessors unless it bo tho efl'routory with
which the compact is disclosed. The
Marquis hns made Parnell more completely than evor muster of Irolniid
and almost master of himself.
n cubic fuot of the composition which
immediately closed up firmly, preventing thu entrance of hardly more timn
a moro trickle of wator, this percolation being ensily chocked by a man
with a pail of water, who saturated
thc -composition at the aperture with
the fluid. Both shot and shell were
employed against the target with the
same satisfactory result, Tho breach
mndo by projectiles wns almost immediately healed by the spongy texture
of the composition.
The composition was also proof
against ignition by fire. Red-hot coals
were heaped upon it, but it refused to
burn. It was alike impervious to wuter and resistant against flame, What
effect it would have a* a resistant a-
gainst torpedoes remains to be tested,
and this test is soon to bs made, aud
will bo of interest tu all maritime powers. The American monitors were an
invention that mado a new departure
in tho system of naval warfare, and
this French invention appears to supplement it with another valuable force
of defense. The experiment with tor
podocB will lie no less a test of the
great, value nf the composition than
has been thut with projectiles. The
United States must naturally keep a
curious eyo upon both. Referring to
them, an English authority snys that
it would be "tho height uf folly fur
the British admiralty tu closo their
eyes to the possible value of a discovery which mny add enormously to the
defensivu efficiency of such n magnificent licet of ironclad vessels a* thut
with wliich Admiral Sir Geoffrey Hornby is about tu put to sea." There appears uo present outlook of tho necessity of such a vnlunble invention to
France, but the old saying, "In peace
prepare fur war," is a standing precept
of European nationalities. If France
really has the secret of tho important
invention that is now in her own
hands, she is likely to keep it carefully
guarded, But the chief material of it
is known, and iB common enough, and
of little or uo value.
Resuscitate the Drowning.
Accompanying tho. instructions for
resuscitation adopted by thu United
Status Life Saving Service, with the
approval of tho American Medical
Association, is thu suggestion: "Do
not be impatient of result*. Any
time within two liours you may be on
the very threshold of success without
thero being any sign of it. Thore are
instnucos on record where breathing
has boen restored after having ceased
for an hour or more."
Every person should know what to
do in a case of drowning. It is important to avoid delay and the very
moment the body is taken from tho
water it should be stripped to the
waist and, the clothing hnving beon
mnde into a roll to raise the pit of tho
stomach nbovo the level of the mouth,
ull fluids should be forced out by pressure with tho hands, one uu the bnck
just below the shoulder blades nnd tho
other opposite. Artificial breathing
is produced by placing tho roll of clothing under the body turned upon it*
bnck nud then grasping tho chest on
either side of the pit of tho stomach
nnd gradually pressing forward and upward until the whole strength is used,
aud then suddenly letting go, tho
operation to be repeated with tho
regularity of natural breathing. Tho
wholo process, outlined rather thnn
adequately described in this plnco,
so simple that a child may perform it
if sufficiently strong, nnd no person
should be ignorant uf it.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
NOTICE.
APPLICATION WILL UE MADE TO
the Chief Commissioner of Lntuls
and Works for n Crown Grunt for tlie llrltlsh Columbia Copper Mining Com puny's
mine, situated fifteen miles above Princeton,on the south fork of the Rimllkuincen.
Bkitish C'oi.umiha Copper Mining Co.
■JjyUm Por J. F. ALLISON.
l^rOTXCE-
TTTTE INTEND TO APPLY TO THE
VV Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase -ISO acres
of laud, as follows: Commencing at tlie
northeast cornorof lot XV, Snywurd Pis-
trlct, tlienee west, 80 chums; nurlli, UO
chnins: east, SO chains; smith, 00 chain*
to northeast corner of lot XV.
II. B. BTURT,
E. WALKS U,
Victorin, 2nd July, 1885. HJvlim
N°
1-duti
Tho Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and   second   to   no
House in  British Co-
-umbia.
The Last Naval Invention.
An invention by a Frenchman is
made of the cellulose or outside coating of tho oocoa-nut.   It is composed
of a mixture of one part cellulose in
fibrt and   fourteen   parts pulverized
cellulate, compressed into a mass-like
felt,   Perforated by cannon halU. it at
mice closes up again, resisting tho en*
croachnienta of wnter. An experiment with' it has lately been tried at
Toulon. - An ' iron-plated ship wns
lined with a layer of it two foet iu
thicknflM.V (Mid shot seven and a       vi
half  inchea   in diameter wore fired [ to" Philander, mid'hofoeli'SOTnow'
through it, owrylng away one-fifth of  —Merchant Traveller.
She Mndo Him.
"Sny, dear," snid nn Evnnsvillo wifo
to her husband, "that dime you gave
me this mommy fur milk wns no
good."
"Didn't »ivo you no hnd dime,
growled .Innes.
"Yes, you did, aud I want you to
take it baok."
"I won't."
"Well, you just will now; ynu soo if
you don't."
At noon Mrs. Jonos wns nil smiles
and wnited on her husband so nicely
thnt hu felt like telling her that he had
given her tho dime nnd was sorry and
would give her another, but concluded
he would wait till evoning. Aa she
handed him n nice piece of pic, she
remarked, "William, you'll have to
ont this in n hurry; it's nearly time to
go to the ofiiee." William bolted it
down, but nil of n suddon gngged, nnd
thou ■ wallowed something ns if it hurt
him.
"Mary Jnne," snid he, "I jist swallowed something that didn't feel right.
Whnt do you supposo could have got
into that pic?"
"How did it feel, William ?"
"Oh, sorter hnrd and round."
"Well  I guess it was that dime.
You said I couldn't make you take it
buck, hut I guess you've got it now
You mny keen it."
Aral) Enterprise.
This is how a couple of enterprising
Arabian confidence men in Egypt turn
an honest penny. After filling up with
hashish they "salt" sumo convenient
spot with nrclueological remains, nnd
retire behind n clump of palm trees
until sume rich but perfidious dogs of
Christiana come nlong. Then they
como out nnd romnrk that Allah is
Jtrotit, and tlmt they nre so full of
Divine influence thnt they aro liable to
»(i off nt any moment. They don't go
off, howover, hut auddenly paw tho
earth where tho romninn nre, this time
remarking "Mashallnh." Pretty soon
they find soma remains which they any
belong to the Holy Prophet, and aro
simply priceless. The Christian dogi,
however, hid oil thom, thereby exclt-
ing thehniy hr.rrorof the pious sons
of tin; desort, But when thuy have
reached a figure representing a thousand timua the value of the trumpery
stuff In the ground tho Arabians give
in, shed a few tears nt the sncrilege,
exact n promise of etornnl locrecy, deliver the gooda, bng tlio boodle, and
rido away tuwnrds" the rising sun.
There ia n pious neatness nbout this
thnt might well excite the envy of the
Into Hungry ,loe.—Ntw York Tribune,
The Assistance He Needed.
 SOLE AGENTS FOR-
Tlie Henry F, Miller Piano,
i
Of Boaton,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
And agents for all tho leading Amorican
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly and cheaply
as at any othor establishment in the
Province.
NOTICE.
J OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be niudototholoB-
Inttirc uf ftrtltsli Coiumbin at 11k noxt
session on behalf of thn sottlers ami owners of land situate ut Mntst]iil Prnirie fur
an net for their relief against the "Sumas
Dyking Act, 1878," nml the "Sumns Dvk-
intt Am cud in ent Act, 188.)," and to declare
forfeited all rlkhtfl und privileges grunted
or purported to bo grunted to 10, L. Derby
or Ills assigns by tlio snhl nets ur either of
them, and to repeal such acts.
Mutsqui, March Ulh, 1883. mhllttl
NOTICE
ISHEUEIlV OIVEN that tho partnership heretofore ex l«t I in* between Cluis.
Allitt and John llurkltt.of Chlltlwliuek,
It. ('., currying mi business ns farmers in
Cliilllwlinclt, lt. <:., Is this dny dissolved
by mutual consent. Chas. Allitt retains
the business, assumes all nubilities mid
collects nil debts due the firm.
As witness our hands this 23rd day of
June, im.
OHABLEB AT-UTT,
JOHN BUHKITT.
.Witness: Bought Long.
Chilliwhack, June 23rd, 1885.     lljylin
"Lid llegistry Ordinance, 1970,"
Tbe houlli-Wo-terly Hnir or Let No. 8,
Klerk XII, In the niy of M'w Westmlnsler,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDKFEASIHI.E
Titlo to tho nbove mentioned half of
snid lot will be issued to .lumes Cunningham on tho 10th dny of Oe'.ober, ifc-ifi, unless in the meantime a valid objection
thereto be mndo to the undersigned In
writing by some person claim Ing an estate
ur Interest In said bind or some part
thereof.
It. W. AltMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 7th July, 1885.
Iljy3m
"Id Registry Ordinance, 1370,"
Lot No.5, Block XXIII. ami Lot Xo.IV,
Illwck XXIV, lu Ibe riiy of Sew West*
minster.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlotothoubove mentioned InUwIll
be issued to Murdook Duncan McLennan'
on the 10th duy of October, 1885, unless In
tbo meantime a valid objection thereto be
mado to the undersigned In writfng by
some person claiming nu estate or interest
hi said lots or sume purt thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar,
Land Registry Olliee,
New Westminster, 7th July, 1885.
Iljy3m
1TOTICE.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I INTEND
to mnke application to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission tu purchase nno hundred and
sixty acres of land in Now Weslmiiu-lii-
District, described as follows:
Commencing from n post ou Frederick
Arm,nbout hnlf n in ile n'th of Owen l'olnt,
tlienee west, 10 chnins; thenco north, ■10
chains; thonee enst. II) chnins; Ihenee
southerly, following tiio coastline to point
of commencement,
ANGUS O, FRASER.
New Westminster, June 9,1885. 10Je2m
3STOTICB
IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT SIXTY
days afterdate we the undersigned Intend mailing application to the Cliief
Commissioner of LandB and Works for
permission to purebnse the following described Innds on Vnldez Island, Const district, British Columbia:
Audi tho understuned, John Wiggins,
Intend making application for 1G0 ncres,
more or less, described ns follows:
Commencing nt u post on the east shoro
lino of Vllllugo Bay Lake, about 30
chnins North of tho foot of tho lake;
tlienco east 40 chains, nortii Jo chains,
wesMOchiims, more or less to tho shore
lino of lake; thence southerly, following
meandering* of shore Une nf lake lo point
of commencement.
And I tlie undersigned, Churles Mellon-
ough, Intend mnking application fur tm)
acres, more or less, described as follows:
Commencing at n post un tlie west slime
Hue of Vlllngo Hny Lnlce, about 2 miles
north of I lie foot, of tlio lnko, thenco west
80 chains, tlienco north UO ehulns, Ibonce
east tn tlie shoro line of the Inke, thenee
southerly, following ttio meanderings of
sliore line of lako tu pufutuf commencement.
And I the undersigned. Joseph Muiin-
lont Intend making making application
for 000 aeres, more ur less, described us follows;
Commencing ut n post on thc north
shore lino of Vlllngo Buy Lnko about one
mile'enstorly from Us head; thence north
40 chnins, west1(K1 chnins, south 10 Chains,
enst lo shore lino of .Village Ilny Lnko;
theuce northerly and easterly, following
meanderings of shore Hue uf lake to polm
of commencement:
And I tho underslg'd, Alexander Russell,
intend making applicnllon for 000 ncres,
more or less, described ns follows;
Commcncingnt (he South-west corner of
tiie hind applied forby Joseph Munition;
thenco south 100 chains, eust -10 chains,
nortii to shoro lino of Village Hay Lake;
thence following mcniidermgs of shore
line of Vlllngc Hay Lnko in a North-westerly direction tothe Intersect lun of Munition's south boundary line with the sliore
line of Vlllngo Bay Lake.
And I tho undersigned, John D, Paris,
Intend making application for 1100 acres,
moro orless, described ns follows;
Comiumencing nt tho the South-east
eorncrof tiie laud applied forby Aloxnnd-
er Russell, thenee east 00 chains, north to
shore line of Village Hay Lake; ihenee In
u westerly direction, following mennderlngs of the shore line of lake to Intersection of Uussell's east boundary with sliore
lino of lake: tlienee south along suld enst
boundary of Russell's claims to point of
commencement.
Now Westminster, R. ti, April nth 1885.
JOHN WIGGINS,
ALEXANDER RUSSELL,
CHAHLEH   MODONOUGH,
JOSEPH MANNION.
ap8iu2. JOHN D. PARIS,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
$10.00 REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD will be pnid
for informal ion (bat may lead to the
conviction of the pnrty or parties who
have wantonly torn down nnd destroyed
n portion of the rails of tlio Brunette
bridgo, Pltl Hlver rond.
C. WARWICK.
Govmt Agent.
New Westminster, May IGth, 18H5.
lOmylm
X^Cs'—Ji-X-
liiii
NEW WESTMINSTER.
3STOTXCE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wurksfor permission to lease fur timbering purposes tho
following described lunds shunted on
Valdez Island, Coast District:
Commencing at u stake on tho northwest comer of Lot 0, thence west, 10 chains;
tlienee north, 40 chains; thence west, 20
chnins; thence north, -10 chains; tlienco
wost,iO chains; Ihenee north, HO chains;
thence west,-JO chains; tlicnco north, 100
chains: thenco west, 40 chains; thence
north.60 chains; thenco eaat, 40 chains;
thenee north, 80 chains; thence east, 120
chains; thence north, 10 chains; thenco
enst,00 chains; thenco south, 40 chnins
mow or loss to north shore of Village Bnv
Lnko; thence in u west nnd southerly direction following sliore llneof Lnko lon
point true north of thc northwest corner
of Lot 10; thenee south to snitf Lot 10, fol
lowing west side of Lot, 10 lo pi nee of commence	
or less.
mem-cnicnt, containing 4,300 ucres, more
Royal Citv Planing Mills Co., Ul.
JOHN HENDRY, Mnnnger.
New Westminster, B.C.,
Oth July, 1885. Sjyhii
 AGENTS   FOR	
Confederation Life Assurance Co..
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co.,
"Philnmlor," snid a pretty «irl to
her benu, "I wish you'd tie this ribbon
at my thnmt; I can't see how to do it
without a glass."
''Of course, I'll only be too glad
to, he said, mid ut once grappled the
strings.
Aftor tin unsuccessful effort nf five
minutes, during wliich lm got as red ns
n brick houso, nnd perspired liko a
pitcher of ice-wnlur on a July window-
sil, he stammered;
'1—I—dun't think   I enn
respectable knot, Miss Mnry."
''Suppose, Philander," sho whinnered
with n pretty little blush, "supposo
you call in n prencher to nssist."
Like the unveiling of a beautiful
mystery, the situation unfolded itself
tie
 Agouti for Fiwt-Clai^—
nu u. HMuuiHr un
SIIII'I'IMi   KW'KIFTS,
IIKMI8' HORTOIOKB,
HIH8 OF HALK,
CUSTOM HOUSE BLANKS,
MASKS, rilllll. NOTES,
(IIIIIKHS, HK0KIPTB,
Anil all kimi, of Bl.uk Book, nml BlMk
Forum on haml.
 All th. LejiiUng-
NEWSPAPERS
-AND-
PERIODICALS
Regularly received.  Subscriptions takei
for any Publication at lowest rates.
W We import direct from mantrfae ;
turers, antl cannot be undersold In this
Provinco.     ,
T.R. PEARSON ;&<J(fc
COLUMBIA   STRH15T,
New   Westminrter, B, 0.
(f«2ta>)
NOTIOE.
VTOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt wo
ll intend making application to Iho
Chief Commissioner ot Lands nntl Works
for permission to lense for timbering purposes the following doscriliod lunds situated in New Westminster District:
1. Commencing at n pout on the shore of
Qllllos Bnv, Tcxndn Island, nbout one
milo N. Wi of Rheltor Point, extending
nlong the shore for a distance of 1(10
attains, with a depth of 80 chains, containing 1280 ucres, more or less.
2. Commencing at n post on tho North
shore of CarderoChannel, nearly opposlle
Denhnm Island, extending nlong the
Shore for a distance of 100 chains, with a
depth of 1B«chnins,containing 1000 ncres,
more or less.
3. Commencing qt a slake ou the shore
of Hemming Bay, Thurlow Island, ahout
one-half mile West of Jackson Point;
thence following Lhe shore Hue liOchnlns;
tlienco lu a X. Vf, direction 240 chains;
thence Easterly 160 chains; thenoo South
to j-oint of commencement- containing
MOO acres, more or less.
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO-Y,
HlCHI). II. Al.KXANftlCll-
Mannger.
Burrard Inlet, B. O., 30th July, 1884.
 auiaie	
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HOLLOW.M versus HOLLOWAV.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDRR MAl)K
herein hv the Honorable Mr. Justice
McCreight, dnted HMi July, IW-*,, notice Is
hereby given that tenders will be revel veil
by Mr. Eustace A, Jenns, District Registrar at New Westminster 6f this Honorable Court, at his ollice In the Court House,
New Westminster, until noon of the 15th
day of August, 1885, for the purchase of
Lots2,5, and 15.Block .*W,N«w Westminster, according to the otllelnl plan ofthe
city.
The lots will bo sold either together or
In parcels ns tenders mny be made, and
uro subject to n reserved bid.
Kiuth tender must be accompanied by a
marked ebot-ue for i"» per cent, of the
amount of tendor. Cheques sont by persons whose tenders arc not aocoptcd will
be returned,
Conditions of sain are twoiity-IIvo per
centum down as hereinbefore set out, and
tliobalnncnto be secured by promissory
note endorsed by some ponton or persons
tothosutlsfiictlon of thellcglstrarlnthree
months from said tiny of August.
Full particulars us to proporty nnd conditions of snlo mny bo hud on implication
to       Messrs. CORBOULT) A MoCOLL,
New Westminstor,
Jylotd Plaintiff's Malloltcm.
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the Municipal Council of Maplo
uidgc Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to establish an Public Highways, 40 ft, wide, the
following ronds lu Township 1-2, New
Westminster District:—
1. Commencing nt tho section line botween Sections 15 and 22, und to eoutln-
"       mile between E, % and W.
Uo north y, mile
Kof Section 22.
. Commencing al
2. Commencing nt said section line he*
tween Sections Ul and 10 nnd to continue
north U mile between E. J-j and W. % ot
Section 21.
9. Commencing at said section line and to
continue north IH miles through E. y,
Of Sections 20 and 2!>, adjacont to the
eastern limits of K«cc(lon line between
E. \_ and W. % at Sections 2u and 20.
1. The continuation to tho Frnsor River,
a distance of 100 feet, of gnzottcd rond
through lot JIM,
Also tlio following ronds In Township 0,
■iOfectwIde. , ,   ,.
1. Commencing atJthe township line hc«
tween Townships 0 nnd 12 on north side
of southern limit of Section 23, ami to
continue west fti chains.
fl, The eoiiliiiuntlon north, 11 chains, of
'-gazetted rond on western limit of lot 248.
"fl. Commencing nt tho south limit of Section B0, between E. J-Jnnd W.Uofsald
section, und to continue north 411 chnins.
4. Commencing nt Intersection of eastern
limit of lot 2u2 with northern limit of
lot2411 and tocontlnne north 11 ehulns,
DO ft. on ench sido of boundary between
lots 202 niid 284,
PAUL MURRAY,
24JeIm Clork Municipal Council,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 1884-86.
Vf. X. BOLE,       -       -        -        PllESIDKNT
J. Vf. nARVEY, - ViCK-PiiKsnucNT
Vf. IL KEARY, - - - Sec-Tueas
Q. E. CORUOLli. JAS. CUNNINGHAM
H. ELLIOTT. C. M. MoNAUGHTON
DIRECTOR'S ANNUAL REPORT.
Gknti-kmks:—In presenting our roport
for 1884-85 wc nro plensed to be ablo to sny
tlint, the Hospllnl hus never for years boon
Inn bottor position,financially or otherwise. A grent numberof Improvement^
hnve heen mndo during tlie yenr, such us
repnlrs Io buildings, drulnw, outhouses,
Ac., ami a great deal of budding and furniture purchased.
Arrangements hnvo been nlmost completed so thut we can havo a fever wurd
for the Institution, and which Vill bo a
grout benefit to the usefulness und success
of tho Hospital, tailing into consideration
the rapidly increasing population.
Tho Hospital has been kopt in an -'indent condition, und ihe Surgeon hns been
attentive and active In his duties. |
Wo nro informed that sonic arrangement will bo mndo during the coining
yenr by the government for the removal
of Incurables, 7 of whom we havo In thc
Hospital,
The medical officer lias attended and
dispensed modIclnos to 105In and out-door
nation tn, showing thut much good work
hns been achieved.
Wo hnve to thunlc Messrs.,Ino. Murray
und S. T. Tingley, Spence's Bridge, for the
receipt of §4:15.00 legacy left bv the Into
Cnpt.Thompson to the Hospital.
We havo also to thank tho government
for grent assistance nnd the public for donation*- of money, clothes, reading mnt-
ter, Ac.
Admin to the rivor Is actually neecs-.
snry.and If funds pc.-nilt should be built
this yonr.
Annexed is I he Treasurer's and surgeon's
Reports.
THE TREMOfitR IM AO00UNT WITH THE ROYAL
Columbian Hospital.
1884. Dlt,
April 1—To bulnueolfrom Inst yonr, §       01
" Government grant 4500 00
" do. for repnlrs    500 00
" Legacy from  Oaptaln
Thompson    435 00
NOTICE.
TO DRYDOCK CLAIMANTS.
ALL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
ngalnst V, II. McNuineo A Co., for labor performed on the Esquimau. Graving
Dock, aud whoso claims havo been rc-
fori(*d upon favorably by tlio Court of
nqtllry, are requested to cnll at tho Treasury and receive payment.
S. DUCK,
Minister of Finance,
Treasury De-iiirlmcul,
Viotorin, 8lh July, 1085.      lfijylin
The Count) Court Rules, 1885.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt thc
Orders, Utiles und Forms framed under Iho "Comity C'mii-t .lu.:-diction Act,
IMS-V'sliiill.tniiiinl fmm tlie Ulh doffof
Mm . Iv ■ I ■ ih. Mi.Ifi .. lid- .,,,11-1 l..r.,i-
lu force anil ummI lu tiie Counly Courts,
Ily Command,
.INO. ROBSON.
I'roviuclul Secretary
Provincial Seorolnry'spllloe,
llth May, ISA). lOmylm
A   SITTING OK THE COUNTY COURT
JA   ut Now Westminster will bo hold-
At Yule, on Wednesday, tlie 27th Mny,
And slltltnrs of tiio County Court of
Kootonay will bn held—
At the West Crossing,Coluinliln River,
on Monday, tlie Wild June, ISS-'i; nnd
At tho Kust l-'i'-Kslug, Columblu Hlver,
on Tliiirsiliiy, the End July, 188,",.
Hy Coiumnnd,   '
.INO. ROHSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Sr-cieliirv's Ollice,
mth May, 1885. lOmylm
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
New Westminster Branch.
DEPOSITORS ARK REQUESTED to
present their Pass Books for insertion" of Interest up to the 30th June, 1885.
0. riTTJ*NT)RIGH,
Agent.
New Westminstor, July 7th, 1885.
"Will
NOTICE TO JVIARINERS.
ACTIVE PASS LIGHTHOUSE.
NQTIOE IS JinitKHY fJIVKN THAT A
UKhthoiiKo has been erected by the
aovernmoutqlOttnntln.onGoorglnnPoInt;
1 Holy Trinity   Church
collections  .-■.> ;-.>
i'liyiiifi patients  m la
■ 1'rocoodn of Concert  140 75
1885. Oil.
Mar. !)1—Ily Liabilities from lust your
paid .-,.8 200 00
" Salaries  vm IH
" Repairs to buildliiKN... (J.*, ill
" Furniture  HO 87
" Fish  It) 70
" Funerals  «7 r-0
" Bread  Iimii
" Washing  178 07
" Vegetables  87 84
" Light  M-iti
" Beef  .',10 20
" Milk  250 01
" Stationery  U7 05
" Groceries  020 72
" Drum-  liii n
" Cloiltlnir  ill) 25
" Printing  lil ao
■' Redding  125 -IS
" Nursing  «5 00
" Mod I en I comforts  "17 50
" Fuel  aw rm
" Library  lit oo
" Insurance  -15 00
" Sundries  2:150
" Audit  10 00
" Huhinco  flirt 42
April 1-To balance $-195 «
F.xamlucd and found correct,
W. 11. FALDING.
And (to
0YAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL.
NKW WlL-iTMlNSTKll.
it Kcroiw-tlen demon;
I havo thc honor io mnko tne roiiowinu
reporton tho ltoyal Columbinn Hospital
for tlio year ending the Dist March, 1685.
Number of in-door pntiouts .02
"     " out-door    "     -in
"      Remaining under treatment 18
-•       Died 0
Causes of death of tho six who died:
Chronic Bronchitis 1
Phthisis or Consumption  ]
Chronic Alcoholism,,... I
Paralysis ,1
Two of them came In In a dying condition.
The Hospital hns undergone n good deal
of repairing during the your, Tlio wuter
pipes havu boen uxed; outhouses hnve
been moved, and one built for the reception of thedcud unt 11 burlnl. Whitewashing and papering has been dono, making
tbo plnce look bright nnd cheerful.
I hnve to thank n number of friends of
the institution for contributions of pictures, tv-fts, and rending ina!tor uf every
description uml In lnrge uuniitltles, Also
for the supply of old wnshed linen which
Is purtlculnrly useful. Also, I have to
thank tho stewnrd, Mr, Churles Digby, for
tho twins he lias tuken In keeping tho
wnrds clean und comfortable: nnd, also,
for his kindness and utteiitlnn to tho sick.
Beforo closing my report I wish to suggest thut If a fever wnnl.i.e,, to ndmlt typhoid fever, could bo opened, It would nod
very materially to tbo usefulness of llio
inslllutlon. I think thnt this might bo
done without much cxnonso by attaching
threo or four rooms lo thn building for the
uso of tho steward and his nun I ly und us*
■   7 tho wnrds up stairs for fever eases.
.also wish to bring hefore your notice
tho neeessltyof more ilrnlns being ,bultt,
especlnlly one from tho hospllnl direct to
the river.
Yours faithfully,
It. I. Bl'.NTLKY, M.B.
tmylm Medical Officer.
Mulno I.'taiiil, at tlie N. K. entrance to
Active PrisSi in life ProVlriOG of British Coluinliln, und will be put in operation ou
the 10th Juno.   J
LAT..     48' 52' 30"
Losa.  \'2,T 17' .10"
The Itghtls Fixed While, Dioptric, of Iho
Dili order, nud Is "si feet nbove high witter
limit, and Will bti SCOn foru distance of
ii bout s miles.
The building is painted while und consists of a st-uaro wooden tower, with a
dwelling house altaehed.
1IKHBKUT G. LKWIS,
Agent of Murine.
Victorin, I!.C.,'lrd .June, 1885.       fljelin
Asylum for the Insane.
rpKNDEItS,ciidoi*od"Luiiiitlc Asylum,"
■*- for the supply of groceries, clothing,
ment, vegetables, Ac,, for the use of tho
nbove Asylum, Now Westminster, for one
year from lhe 1st August next,-will be received by this Depurtnient, at Victoria,
until noon ou Monday the 27th lust.
Lists ofthe art loles required cnu be soon
nt'tho Provinoial Secretary's otlice, Victoria,and ut tin* Asylum, New Westminster, nt which hitter place .samples euu
nlso be inspected.
All supplies to be delivered nt Iho Asylum without extra chnrge;
Security for the duo performnnce of the
eontrnet will bo rot'tilrcd in each case.
.TNO. HOBSON,
-Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflico,
8U» July, 1885. Jylltd
TABLE
Showing (he Date*-   ami   PUees mt
Colin* of AmIm, NUI Prius, m»A
Oyer nnd  Terminer-, for the
Ytmv IHU-*,
SPUING ARSIZKS.
(ON   VAW:oi;VRll JMiAND.)
Vletorla, .Monday, Oth April.
Nanaimo,. ...Tuesday 2nd Juno,
(on mainland.)
New Westminster,..Wednesday- flth May.
Yale, Wednesday, ii7th May.
Kamloops Monday, 1st June.
Clinton Monday Bth June.
FALL ASSIZES,
(on mainland.)
lUph field Monday, Uth Sept.
Clinton, Wednesdny, U0Ih Sept.
Kumloops Monday, 5th Oof.
I.ytlon, Monday 12th Oct.
Ynlo, Friday With Oot.
New Westminster, Wednesdny, llth Nov.
(ON  VANCOUVKIl ISLAND.)
Victoria Mondny......,23rd November,
Nnmiimo,......Tuosdny 1st December.
mhiSmil
1TOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT
00 days after ihitv we intend mnking
upplleullun lathe Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works for permission to pur-
ehnso from Ilie Provincial flovcrniiieiit
1(10 acres of lnnd in New Westminster District, described ns follows:
CummonoliiH at tbe northwest cornorof
the Hustings Mill Co's leaso ou the west
shore of Tliornboroiiflh t,'bunnol, westerly
from Woulbrldgo Island, Howe Sound;
thenee norlh, 20 chains; wesl, 40 chains:
south. -10 ehulns; cn-d, in chnins, lo west
boundary of llus!ln<n-s Mill Cos clulm;
Ihenee north along Hastings Mill Co's
wesl boundary 20 chnins io polntof com*
m onset hem,
HuYAMJITY PLANING MILLS 00„
l-imltod.   .luitN Hknmiv, Manager.
New Westminster, Muy is, 18H5.
aomyam
BOOK, JOB
-AND-
Of Every Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
-AT TIIE-
DDiTiOlLnOIIIIIDIIU
^W^t3T^i___.Su±^^m>'    I
uililluil bULumumit
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Cards,
Tags,
Fosters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Envelopes,
AND ALL KINDS OF PLAIN OR
COLORED WORK.
RULINCMBINDINC
Done on the Premises.
Our facilities are far beyond those of any
other Establishment on the Mainland
and our prices will compare
with those of Viotoria.
D. ROBSON & CO., • Proprietors.

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