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liu. firitwh Columbian.
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'fiver since) tlio iHotf Mr. Bmi'li*
lift^ Vlotori^jvOtU,** tie opposition ns^JJ*J*p*igB "?«»■*• lwtio ittiulg-
otjjfct ot bis jourl**. i AU mt. ol
improbable thjnjs .were so0ested,
uiiiyuitmifm
'"'Tj wanna toenjoja lililepleajuire
trip at the expense of thii province. In the Ottawa Fret Press of
the ith inst. we find the following
statement whioh ia probably correct,
and mar dispel the unnecessarily
anxious fears of the organs: "Mr,
Binitbe says that he ia here to press
upon the government the necessity of
defining the boundaries of the province between British Columbia and
the North West Territories in view of
the.iarge immigration whioh is expeoted during the coming season.
The position of the Indians is in
anything but a satisfactory con
dition as far as regards the pence
and welfare of the province, and
the Dominion government will be
asked to provide some aid iii this
respect as the aborigines do not in
any way contribute to the taxes of
the province, British Columbia
also insists that she has a right
to participate to some extent in
the fishery award and her claims
will' be pushed by Mr. Smithe.
One of the most important questions which he intends looking
after is that in regard to Chinese
immigration. Evory effort will be
made to get a prohibitory measure
through parliament Tlio excuse
that Chinese were necessary for the
construction of the' 0. P. R., as put
forward by Sir John Macdonald
last session, does not now exist,
therefore the measure will not
have' so": inanjr to; jij-ppse it, aud
among ita supporters will bo Mr.
Homer. Legislation in respect to
the settlement bill will be watched
by Mr. Smithe with more than, or
' dinary interest, as the province has
much at Bt.ke in this measure,
There ore other matters which will
eugage Mr. Smithe's attention during his stay at tbe capital.".
Aaother Holy War.
The Mahdi has made an appeal to
the Moslems everywhere to aiuVhim
in the establishment of his religi
ous empire in the Soudan. His
hope is that India, may respond to
the appeal. If auch .a thing should
happen, Britain would find herself
very seriously embarrassed. But
an exohange points out that there is
no probability of aid coming from
that quarter. The Moslemsof India only number about 41,000,000,
in a population of about 800,000,-
000—not quite one-fourth of the
entire. population. The Hindoos
held them in subjection being before
British rule waa established. In
bet, the Hindoos hate the Moslems
for their arrogance and fanaticism.
The Moslems of that country cannot flock to El Mahdi's standard
without enoountering the hostility
of the Hindoos. If the former
wen in the ascendancy, the oase
might bo different The Moslems
of that country have been appealed
to many times and always without
any response. When the British
win enpged in a war in Afghanis-
ten an appeal w.s recently ra.de to
all the Moslems of India to aid
the Afghans. But nothing came of
it Hindoo- troops went to the kid
of the British and rendered good
service in conquering a peace. In
the last great Indian, mutiny the
Mohauimed.in joined the rebels.
The Hindoos supposed that their
religion liad been attacked through
the device qf cartridges whioh had
been greased with the fat of cows
■nd of hogs. The Mohammedan,
abhor swine, and 'he Hindoos regard oows aa sacred' animals. It
was a cunningly derised scheme to
bring both parties iiito the rebel-
lion, As a matter of feot, the cartridges of the soldiers -had not been
f reeled with either sort ot fat The
Mohammedans at that time had no
grievanoe. They went into the rebellion hoping to gain some advantages oyer the Hindoos, and, in fact,
iii the general chaos of war, to
posses, the country once more.
Both in  India, Afghanistan ind
m
mam
-yOMJMB ilft
SEW WK8TMIH6TBB, B. C, 8ATORDAY, MARCH 22, 1884.
NUMBER 23
Egypt the Moslems have enoMtlasred
British troops,' and alwajfli with
fearful losses. The Mosleelfcof India cannot respond to 13 JfaUi's
summons, because in lomPlhe
Hindoos ai» three te one Moafcm,
'and the country for 'heesWi j»rt
is under British rule, fsfplg-1 a
little over one hundred im"i*» IJIw-
ileus: in the world, and about J(«ir
hundred million Christiaim. Iji&es
not look as if Islam *as to f«le|he
;wcjrl(t at' present. :i'
•' <.~—mm————m——i     ; f
;    UlHIilagNlsmtraWls.,
RotasmsB, .Maroh a. -r: leoattd
Henkle, Aveotor; and eWriciiMV.'i'
BoehMter, un *tt,-alil '   "
M_sfJ^g__      "
him' to abandon ProspectPark and*iht
American aide of Niagara for electric
lighting purposes, lie has nevertheless
negotiated for the purchase of. land on
the Canada side of the river and for
power from the Great Horseshoe Fall
for carrying out his original plan.
That plan contemplated tile lighting of
sixty-five, American and Canadian
oities, connected by means of underground* cables with electric lights generated at Niagara. The plans are all
drawn for ten hydraulic engines of
200,000 horse-power each, and gigantic
machinery. That Hankie himself
means business is attested by the fact
that he wiil soon open an office on the
Canada side of the river and endeavor
to complete arrangements with capitalists, whom he expects to furnish 822,-
000,000 for the undertaking. •
Arabs on the War Ship*
An interesting episode of tho political campaign was the reception u few
daya ago, on hoard of the Euryalus, of
Sheik Morghani and a' crowd of the!
Arab Chiefs who had tendered their'
submission. The Euryalus, although
in rank only a second-class cruiser, is
by a long way the largest vessel that
ever entered the port of Suakim. With
her hull spotlessly: white, towering
high above the low shores on either
hnnd of tho little inlet, hor lofty spars
and rigging amidst which the whito
ensign, with its broad rod cross, droops
majestically, and row of great guns,
Admiral Sir William Henett's flag-ship
looks a fit representative of the grand
old British Navy. She is, in short,
overy whit as impossible in appearance
as any of. the smart frigates and line-of-
bat tie ships of fifty years ago. But the
Euryalus oan boast of powers ot destruction—of long ranging puns and powerful engines- that would have rendered
her a match almost singly for
Tim WHOLE Ot NELSON'S FLEST,
And if she is not supplied so completely as she might be with all the aids to
naval warfare that modem inventive
science have produced,'she could still
show tho simple warriors from the Dissert things more wonderful, probably,
than oven iheir wildest of dreams bad
imagined. It was to impress upon
them the wondrous resources which
civilization commands that tho Admiral
was asked to receive on board the
strange crowd that moved along tho
broad* decks of the vessel to where he
stood, to receive them. As they stepped forward and gasod around, wonder
and astonishment were clearly depict-:
ed upon their countenances: the contrast between the sheikhs arrayed in
flowing robes, and the half-naked and
swarthy warriors who followed them
with, the neat blue jackets and steady
marines that stood around being most
striking. Their greeting, with the Admiral ovor, they were -alien to look at
the big guns, when even Arab stoicism
was not proof at the sight of. missiles
as bjg: nearly as themselves and of
powder in whioh the grains were larger
than grapeshot. The Notdenfolt guns,
whioh showered bullets with what
would have proved deadly precision
had they been aimed at, say, a crowd
of Arabs charging, were also the objects of. much admiration | and then ti
mine of seventy pounds of gun cotton
sunk over one hundred yards away
from, the ship was J*
rnu-n by exBcnucnr.
All these things, it was evident, im-
grossed the sightseers vastly. They
uddled together as they moved along
the deck, and looked around them
timidly,-asa flook of sheep when driven
in to a strange fold. They were finally
sent away, a salute of gun cotton
charges suspended to the yard-arm,
and fared by electricity, being accorded
to them. There ean be no doubt that
the English name stands high among
the tribes of this neighborhood, hot
only aa regards the power of the nation,
but also in the reputation for honesty,
justice, and ability of those of bur
countrymen: who have from time to
time represented us in the Soudan.
The names of Sir Samuel Bakor and
Colonel Gordon are not yot forgotten,
and even poor MoncrieS, who fell the
other day through excess of zeal, was
highly respected. But the prestige of
the Egpytian is gone; and gone, probably, for ever. As Colonel. Gordon
wrote prophetically: "The wretched
Egyptisn soldier is not a match for a
native with sword and spear; the soldier cannot shoot, and is st the native's
mercy if the native knew it." That is
exactly what has happened here. The
tribenun have now discovered tliat to
charge down upon Egyptian troops
when the latter are hindered by the
nature of the country from availing'
themselves of whatever small advantage the power of manoeuvring (rives
them is to insure success; and success
can yet produce something more formidable than the fellah soldier; and
so the visit to the flag-ship will, doubtless, have had a good effect.—Cor,
London Standard,     ,, «
TV« i C U*SJ 1SL SB
?rVlll visit }tew WwtmlfiSr "n *u»o aut
Inst., and remain a fow days at the Oen*
•loui Hottl, ror Ihe pnwll<-e or DealLrtry
onij. '- rablfrtc.
IB. MATtiUf'Jf. D.
terpenMn*Mver* t     	
JUHH.tUClEeHllElCJ.
tat.efthe'-»<wT»lV.I>B*9e%4i.    '
Qradaat. of Hefflll O^yerMti^iMteBl.
•JOHN GARROW, Uf,
PHYM0IAN& SURGEON
/-vr-riea Alio residbkcb, ««.
U Door to 8onnlsM.Baloon.ORAN-
VILL.E, B. I, Offlc. Hours-Stoic m.;
Ito8,ands.fl0to8p.ra. All calls promptly attended to. :-   fjaieto
H.M. COOPER, B. A., H.D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE and BESIDENOE-Cliuror, St.
(next door to Farmer.' Home), snr
Columbia St., [few WcstmlosMr, B.O,
OFFICE HOnBB-8toMa.m.i ItoJend
0.SStoSp.rn. Calls Id town and country promptly attended to,     ...teste
C. N.TREVV, M.D.
,M.:C...Pli4.f.::0.   .
Surgeon B C. Penitentiary; Surgeon New Westminster Jail;
Coroner for the District.
.*?I.«iEl*K»
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
M. C. P. 1 8. O.
Surgeon to Royal Columbian Hos-
'    pital.  ,
Medical Oflicer to the Asylum for
the Insane.
•■VICR-Acne. St., nost Mn C. O. Major-,
residence, New Westminstor.
(scute) 	
nr -foaitA-l B01.B,
• BARRISTER-AT-IAW.
land AgeaL  1..,, I. Lee*.
New Westminster. RO.
mhH-Jm■■■'
T»   W. ARMSTROKO,
'  BAERI8TBR, SOUCITOR,
■ero—j_vr  seyrsmisixa,   -mra.
. Opposite Celonisl Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER - - ; - . B. Q.
Barristers, Solicitors, ftc
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH    COLUMBIA
WmifcLDING,
; v.at.H3fc"i?s'fN:T'AN^:,-.-,";;"
Xa fuaa. <jt- J-.& e n, t,
COiLECTORANI)
OHIOBi-
N«tt> tbe Custom House.
deol-lo
JAMES   M-tiUUBOLY.
-19■^Ss*.-^V>**B*B*B*n*BBP e*l*B*B^^.j.^^»SR^Ba.^Bgj.Bev-BSR*rwsv*w y
ii^iiffli&i*****'
lud wet-tootnl Agent,
.. t^0H>imi£'st9e~l:.r~-~*-..-^-m*
ATJiSTIOiSrE^B 1
OOLUM*IA  «T»MT,
fOw..o.lrai.!R.I.I)       ,
NAWF^STM INST Bit.
trHtveial good Farm, for Sal. and to
mm nolo
W. D. FERrtlS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
■~-kHH—
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL 0000 FARMS FOR SALE
- '■tm—
um'.un
OFFICE: —Columbia Street,  New
Westminster. d«9
m  S. TRAFP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, ......New Westminster
"Only think of ill" tsolsimed a
Chicago girl; "I weigh one. hundred
and twenty pounds in my stockings."
"Do you I replied her comin from Bt.
Loui., glancing at tha feet uf th. first
speaker. "I wouldn't have believed
it. How muoh do you weigh altogether !"
• —
"What if a dude, anyhow!'' naked a
countryman of a eitisen. "A dude 1.
Well, a dude is an American idiot who
trl« to pass himself off as an Knglish
Arrangements are being made (or un
extensive Auction Sale of Kcal Mtale, to
take place In Mar Neil. Parties dMirou.
or disposing ot tbelr farms, etc, will do
well to place the Mm. In the hands of th.
above.
All commissions will, receive prompt
and careful .attention. Rest reference
given when required. mhis-tc
JOSEPH  80L0STONE,
Auctioneer & Valuator I
CIT¥ AUCTIOS ROOM,
NEW"  WESTMINSTER,   R  C.
PartieH hnving Furniture, or anythluc to
dispose oj-, would do well to comniunlaKte
with the above, jnWto
CD. RAND,
REAL  ESTATE  MOKER,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Convejuicer and Inurince Agciti
NBW WR8TH1NSTBB, a C.
T>ABTICCLAR ATTBNTION QIV-
JT en to the tranwwtlon of real eitate
BuhIuom In New WefltmhiRler City and
District and the Town of Port Moody.
Honey to loan on AnMuf ■eouritr. Beit
ot refwehcoBtlveiir '"      i ■=      jnSlo
ME68R8.
lte.pe^fullybeil to Inform the puOUc.of
. New Westminster nod District that
lhey liavo commenced businesses
UndBurrffawiiDfiniMMnia
Ue«l Eiilate Broken * AiteitK,
l'onrejraReen,At'.«oantinl8iAe.
And are now prepared to reoeire.liistruo-
tlons In their several branohes.
All business .placed In. their. hantt. will
receive prompt attention.
They have for sale Town and. Suburban
lutein New Westmlnsier,
Town tat. at Pott Moody, Port Ham.
mend and lots on (own alto, at
nestings, Qronvlll. and
English Bay
Alsofarmlna lands onthelAwerKraMr.
Oftlce-FaoKTSTaaBT,   .
twe^tec. r. ji;>c«.*«r-.-w»M«
tm LOTS AT PORT MOflDt FOR SUE.
UW WBTnilHI   CASWtruv ASM
"" nmsmtt imnvn,' '
Mnn i» mar mt «••■ nairrr.
■rMklta,
esseclefy
aa4   :
AC1SNTS FOB TUB
PImbIx fire iMsojaaee c ar BrMki
Tf Ike Balled state*
Cla«laf,ae|-»aB 4 Ce's. Turtle* ataae
SamTim cktawev n»«. Van-en
.. -VaM..-Ske.-   -
.yiroODS-fcTPBflKli..
JJew Westmlniter, B.C., ' ,  •'■■
'    Aprils,1883. »p4
c|meand$ee
ROFR1ETOB, JAMES TORN-
httvlng Dgaln t«ken possession
PKsWn:K H»r«h fronting on
..-and (.'hurch Mtreels, opposl
„l*phurch, City of New Woslml
-"-(Jkod noy khowkinfthe "
PAIIMMt'S   HOME,"
inuriodnio nil his old friends .od
toApojally who favor lilp, WIMi
0\sJ prices. Board per day.e*j)si
-*s.Boents,  wr-GoodacoOmmo-
Udles and Kamillei    suWo
i  i •C3EBOSS'
MdsiGAL mm,
MVERNMEIT  STREET,
" fcin i   BiWtli ifliliuili.
■rJtk.m.m-^-r
es, BqUen, Pi
and  Iron-worl_.
■—nsiiery, Belti&K, Pftdt-
lnH,Ho».&o.,*c, *c
'iw'^W.fl'|lM;:
FORSALE
A  iUNOLti PL.VI** BEnSTEAD, WtTII
XX woolond stniw mnttrcssos.. AuihLat
""" '■ __*_Wfrt"
F<iR RENT: ^
k  PHOTooBApme  oajbuwT,
ii. well situated and very oomplete, on
HENhV V.teDMONDS,
Josote lZnd-Ajent.
s*
»T»INWA¥	
HIBKHAIIi	
ctnrituiNti..
BAJiu..'..'.	
...flAX»»
...KANM
..piixe-s
w. »Kii, s, caarAsre •ittiAxa
(Jaato)
FURNITURE)
THB UNDERSIGNED HAS PLKA
•ure fn announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furai*
fure, ke., at vie West possible price*,
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all ita branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited.
Old stand, nest Occident Hotel,   .
J. O. BUNTE,
Late Manager SehPs Branch Furniture
Store. audio
J. BAGNALL,
ISPOSTII k SIMUFACTUIH OF
woods i mm,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL BSTATE A0EWTS,
AeMuntenU * Conw-'snceM, .
UUtJMBU  ITBin-,
...N8W W-ffl-rapSTBB,  B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPKOV-
ed and unlmpoved Unda at
MTTRWKK,
MAPLBiRIDOE.       .
'        LANOtlt,
MATSQJJL-
BURRABD8 INLET,        ":^"
THKNANT,'AWKCRim wm- iappraiser and mamm
NORTH ARM,
. SALT SIPRING ISLAND;
AKD AIX KINDS OP .     i
MUSICAL INSTBDMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND.
on a Professional Tour, anil WiU
be happy to receive and execute orders
tor all kind, of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organ, tuned or regulated.
>rwardi
will r
jyttte
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. mSgg, W., wiU receive prompt attention.
w. r. ClXrkI,
AUCTIONEER.
Ef err Mm lo his Own Business
J-.   FEELS.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&DRU66IST,
OOLM^BIA  STREET
(orr oxuonial hotib.),
NEW WJ58TMIN8TER,  B. 0.
f-hrslrJant' PreterlplloM and Fam,
llf Recites * Spedaltr.
N. E — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Ol'.r twantv vear.' experience.    rnr2R
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
M£«CHANTS,
WUASKSTRKET • THHOBI.I.
jLO-mxr-vs, srott
Norlk British sad Memtntlle
ItMinBte Co. for Xililind.
H.C. BEETON*.CO..
36 Fuubuty'Circus,
.'    London, K. C.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER -& GOHTBAGTDR
au. Kinnior joauaio AXD re.
VAmas>-ioMPTi.v BXBctiTKn.
JSMIasat*. f-u.Bl.h.d, . Uaw. Bh.rft-
••    .; ;".,;:.-«•)•■«* .'•.'•T*1'
BlIOP-MerohentHquiire, Columbia Hl„
tow Westminster, f" - -" ""•— "	
llMksmltn simp.
WMRf-tyHllEHS,AC.
ADDR88S-N.W Weetininster, B. O.
MERCHANT.
Sau*Room, ruiimoor.Buitoma,
YATse 8tr«it,
VICTORIA, . BRITISH COLUMBIA.
sr Liberal advances mad. on Consigu-
mehts.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete map. of Victoria, Esquimau, New Westminster and  the
trffits."
N. B, Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Fuuiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on tie abovo.  Offlce. of the British Co*
lumbla Wire Work.. All. sort, of wire
work dime. Orders filled with neatness
'and dispatch.
MM «f 10.rb.rBlMler.aar.rl W«.
ea. U,
-—DEALERS IN-
STATIQNERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,   B.
o.
LAUOn   STOCK  ALWAYS ON
hand; Goods not In atock will he
qraeratl prbroptly
-'M«wiiM^e» aad  Megailnes supplied ftrom all parts of the world,
Prompt flttentlou giveu to ordem by
malt. -f
Jft28tcl    A. O. JOHN ITON, Mnnnger.
&S..JUIL
FIRST PRIZE
-_FOiS	
CIQARS
[Signedj
A. PEELE, See.
. (col7to>
VANCOUVER
In calling the
Of this city and surronndiogs, I wish   .
to state that I have
7ust KeceiTred
A large and
Of Lulics' ii"'! OliiMrwra
BOOT: ANO SHOES
FROM
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
[ wish te impress It fowlHly on their
mlrol* tlint
No Store in this City
Can ahow a larger oi
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And that no itore
SELLS AS CHEAP
Country orders carefully and promptly
filled.     V,
MRS.EMMA GOLD.
ColnmbiaSt., opp. Ewen'a Cannery.;
', no3'to. "■-   .    •
C. P.N. CO, Limited
aTOTTOB.
Tna _ts_ym cohpakv . k.riai
maile arrSfemenls with ths      ■-■/
lanadlan r««llt Hallway or Irl*
tlsk I'aliwkla,
For tronsportatlon of Fielabt nnd Pnssen-
Krs from Hsple HMae to nll points In
tci-lor as faro, the mail has beon com-
nlotcd, tb, Publio lire hereby notified that
operations will brain early la March, or
wnicb dne notice will be jlvon, and time
table published.
JNO. IRVING, Manater.
1. L. bbioos. A|.nt, U.w V«t.     frtte
VICTORIA.
THE UNDERSIGNED
begs to inform the Hotel-
Keepers and others of New Westminster and vicinity that he has
been appointed agent for the delivery of the celebrated F&16
J__.e and Fcxtex of the
Vantipuver Bj-gwcry, which was
awarded two first prizes and a
recommendation at the late Provincial Fair.
All orders will be promptly
attended to. Families supplied
by the hep, imperial measure,
VV.D.FKItltlS
New Wmtniiiieter, 27 Nor., 198.1.     (to
ITooinios Saw Mill Co..
' {LIM1TKD)
mONARD STItEiT. NEW WESTMINSTEI., B. C.
Munfaeturers and Dealers in all
. kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
shlnjrles,
Lath,
Pickets.
&e.,&c.
Orders   from   the   country
prumptly   filled.
ESTIMATES
of quantity and coat of material for
building   carefully   prepared
free of 'oharge.
tlrrt-clMM graln*t*life<l Ftiwrlnit m
•veetaity.'
J. B. HENDERSON,
aeMtel Maxaoih.
NEW WESTMINSTER^, G.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City, ■
■Hi cnumiT DrpAfraiKT
D UNDUE. THI! CHAEOE OF AN
EXPKRIRNOED ARTIST,
.^..jjjsAm
tk. Fatdjc lh.1 a.
      -ibove Hotel, where
everything will W found first-class, and
ist reasonable rates.
Tlie Farlora and Sleeping Aaart-
■Cits are. under the superintendence
of Mnn. Aesnit.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, Is
provided for th. use of guests..
VaC-B   BAR
Is supplied with 'the choicest brands of
'Wines, Liquons, Cioabs, tc.
~0. AUSTIN,
Peopbietob.
Fop Sale!
i sktt DOUBLE HtBrau, nearly,
1 new, roinplele Willi lollnrs, bridles,«e,
Huiluljle for furln work.    Con be UlUKht
veryelieap. 0 0, MA.lllll.
■       nililWc' .    ,
F(S[ S.ALE.
i A/» AC'KKH OF f.ANl) ON LVLV tfi*
lund, rmntitifton North Arm. Eaay
t^rmn.
m'lifi'ii
AppJyjo
Ha-CNa-tV V. KDMONIW,
i-iJi
laiinu Agent.
FOR SALE:
GREENWICH PABK and UOTBL,
Store mul Orolnittl. - The prenent. pru-
Srietot In soiiiirliitobiiHliicusln Vletortii.
crms Cash.  Far jiric^, etc.,apply to
vtM,PEtiki!n»_"
Jii!:oic . , PtxttmiiHtfr, MutMqnt.
Milch €owsFopSale.
r (jHrtlPtTIrtrK apply w
'    .-    EGANNOji,
Butflhpr&atoflltDealer.
mhlB-te. IrfMlner's Landing:.
THE
I
HASTINGS, B. I.
FINE AND COMMODIOUS
_ new Hotel hai been recently completed and ii furaished with every con-
renienoe for tho comrort'of gueata. The
■itaation and acewnmodationB are unsur-
paesed on Burrard Inlet, which haa become the moat raahionnhle
WATERING PLACE
in British Colombia. The pitapect ir
channinft the aet hreezei are invigorat-
ing, and tho facilities for bathina anil
boating are excellent. Private Hitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families o* parties. The JBar
Iii entirely dotatchod from the main
building.
& The Hotel is under tiie immediate
superintendence of Mra, Block.
First-claw* stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day. V
GEO,  BLACK, ',\
jySSto Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURBARD      INLET.
Kewljr Belli nd Kewljr riralsked,
Urje ind I'OBBOdiois.
ONE OF TNE USTKOTEU ON THE WUhlAKD.
Commands an unbroken view of that
Jcent sheet of water known as
il Harbor, the future terminus
of   the  Canadian  Pacific
Railway.
suits  •->  aeons  nm  fahiues.
SsT Visitors snd Tourists will Iiml it a
quiet anil plesssnt resting .place.
The scale of charge, will* be found to
be strictly moderate,
flood stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH MANNION.
pRorniETon.
Farm to Rent
TBIB FARM'IS tflTUATE IWCfcOVEB
Valley, nnd known an the Clover Valley Farm; about 80 acres cleared, and
fenced, und In a gooil state of cultivation:
with dwelling-house, barn and cattle*
sheds.- For further iiartlcnlars apply oh
thfiprcmlBBsto
WILLIAM SHANNON, Prop.
(Hover Valley, March ff, ISM. Itt-lni
FOR_^AL£
THE LIQHTKHT-SOWrifb, JAg?'
est-soiling, and best built Boat oa
Fraser Riven newly painted; thoreui
equipped with most, boom, and aai
pair ash oars; rowlocks, rudder, cross
head and tiller, chain, to. Price $100.
aulSto        ,       C. O. MAJOR.
To Lease.
AFIEST-OLASS FABM OF 250
acres of rich prairie land; good
dwelling house, barn, otc. Sixty aores
under cultivation. 'Bent moderate. For
particular, apply to - -
W. D. FERRIS, Land Agent,
decl-to. New Westminster.
FORSALE. r
ONE LOGGING CAR, BLAG'K-
man's patent, eight wheels, double
flange; woodwork, bolts, eto., all complete, ready ior work. Will be sold
cheap for cash, or ou time with security.
Apply to T " ——*-—■>
deS-tc
J. MANNION,
Granville, Burrard Inlet.'
TO LEASE.
a   P1HHT-CLAM  FARM OV   IM ,
A aeres of rich prairie land; food dwelling house :ttx.Ti) fectj barn Ac; tt acres under cultivation; Ih well supplied With
farnilUK linplemcntB which would go with
theplaue. AI ro ahout Itl head of cuttle.
Aiu-ver-fuiUiig supply of piod sprirg water. For particulars apply to
JOHN UcKEE.Jr.
feiw-lm ladner's Landing.
Improved Farm to Lease.
QUARTER SECTION IS, T0WN8HIP 6,
In Delta Municipality, 160 aorea. The
mnn Im pmirlo, nil dyked nnd cleared, 100
acrcH rendy for theplougli.   A Rood frame
house 24x!W has Just boon erected, and a
barn SftxUO, with thnMhlng machinery
driven by water power.   About 20 acres
under timothy.   Also n young orchard.
Particulars on application to.
T.W.KERB,
mhfrt*-- Nenr Westminster.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THB SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St, next the Cnstotna
Houbb, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation is excellent for any business purposo. The building is divided
Into two shops, and has a good supply of
Water. Will be sold at a bargain* or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on .
the premises to
ap21tc W. J. FRENCH.
FORSALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landlnj;, oh the Trunk Wagon
Koad; two other roads runningthrough
the premises, i Apply to   .
E. A. WADHAMS,
Ladner's Landing,B.C.
dc23tc
ESTARMNIIKP 1859.
ROBT. DtCKlNSON,
BUTCHER,
Rearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND CHOICEST
assortment nf all <*csor!r>ticms of
MEATS ANO VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, ami Stw ml >oats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
VTOTIOE IS UMIlKnY GIVEN THAT I
li intend maklmr uppifnutloii to the
Chiof GommlHlDuer of Lands and Works
for permlsHdm to uiirctinso 100 acres of
tinsurveyed land situate In Osoyoos division or Yale District, and described as follows: Commencing at a post marked f
on the enst bunk of the Okanagan river,
whero It Issues from Hvran Lake; thenco
oast-IOohnlns to poHt marked Hi thence
south 40 chains to postmarked nil thence
West 40 chains to pom marked IV; thence
north 40 chains to point of commenct--
nent, HUGH AUM8TR0NG.
^utteton.Okanaiaii Mlsslon.JratjU'ary
For Sale or to Lease.
rpHE FOLLOWING DESOIUBED Farms
X centrally   situated   In  the thriving
township of Chllllwhnck: Lot 83.1, Group
II, containing mneri-s, ahout eoundercuf-
tfvntlon, the balance prairie; sood six*
roomed dwelling 'house; ro«1 orennra ami
outbuildings; convenient to churches.
NiduHil and pnsfcilDer; otic milo und a half
from l.'ltllliwhiick IjiiiiUiik.
Also Ijot 843, Group II, 140 acres adjoining above property; a prairie fnrm under
fence.
Also nbout M acres close to the Chilliwhack Landing; about W acres under cultivation; small limiNc nnd outbuildings;
small orchard.
For part icu hirn apply at this offlee or to
GEO. ft. ASHWELL,
ileSMfl Chilliwhack Landing.
SECOND-HAND
EoaWirui!
flVLlNDER 8«ia, SUITABLE,
\J for direct action SaW-mill: with
Saw Arbor and two 6> Inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed ({ear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole Is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS, & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1883.   [delate
Port Moody.
„ M »»**..THK SOUTHEAST HMT
r. noms ot IM ;w. (lump One. Applr to
mhs-to        H. V. EDMONDH, UndAIti
BARNES & COLLINS,
HAVING ENTERBDINTO *A«V-
nershlp, arc prepared to do all kinds.
OARTINQ^TlAMlNa
On short notice, and at fair rates,   Otden
wwa*iteR5^ SflBBEBBBBBBBBSMBBSBSESl
NtW AavEatlSEMiNTS THIS DAY.
Seed Oats....
Horses	
Notice..	
Special....
 W. D.Ferris
... .Vic. Transfer Co
 D. S. Hennessy
.Methodist Church
-She iSriiish Columbian.
____[ M.raiag. st_k »«. MM.
Somo days ago a deputation from
the Victoria municipal council
waited on the attorney-genera! to
interview liim respecting the Dominion liquor license act. The
Standard says the attorney-general
replied at some length. He alluded
to the vital sections of tbe act and
stated that in his opinion tbe measure would bo inoperative in British Columbia, certainly until next
year, ub the. time limit had passed
by. The decision of tho privy
council would first have to be received on a test case, and hence,
for tho present,-provincial licenses
could be issued as heretofore.
The rich country about the Congo
seems likely to become a bone of
contention between many nations.
Belgium, France and Britain are
hunting for pretexts upon which
they may safely secure a foothold
in that region; and Portugal has
lately manifested a disposition to
urge her claims. It is stated that
an African expedition is being fitted
out at Lisbon, under the patronage of the Portuguese government.
The expedition will be commanded
hy an officer of tho general staff,
Enrique de Oarvalho, who knows
the country well, and his instructions are to make new and strengthen old alliances with the Portuguese government, especially in
the rich province or kingdom of
Angola, estimated to contain between 3,000,000 and 3,000,000 inhabitants. The merchants of Oporto
are expected to help in the work.
The Settlement Bill.
An extract from the London Advertiser published in another column
makes it appear that Mr. J. A. R.
Homer, member for this district,
is opposing the settlement bill in
the Dominion house. We repeat
thst, if this is the case. Mr. Homer
is uot carrying out the wishes of
his constituents. We say this most
emphatically, after interviewing
prominent men from various parts
of the district. So far as we have
been able to discover there is not a
voter in the district who wishes to
see tho settlement bill defeated. In
this city there are some who would
be glad of anything which might
embarrass the provincial government, even if it did interfere with
the inteiests of the province. But
the number of theso is by no means
so large as it was six months ago.
There ure more than one of the opponents of the settlement bill wbq are
now anxious that it should pass.
Wo are puzzled to know why Mr.
Homer hus placed himself in opposition to the wishes of at least
three-fourths of his constituents in
this matter. There have been all
sorts of rumors afloat concerning
the probable fate of this bill, bnt
we have no reason to apprehend its
- defeat. Our latest advices are to
the effect that Sir Charles Tupper
would move the settlement bill in
the house ot commons yesterday.
Port Mood]' incorporation.
It is with regret that we announce
the failure of the second attempt to
secure incorporation for Port Moody.
By last mail the petitioners received
a formal answer to their application, and a copy of the attorney,
general's report thereon. The
uttorney-general is of opinion that
the application goes beyond the
spirit and intent of the act, and
recommends that the prayer of the
petition be not granted, The area
whieh it was sought to incorporate
was about six miles by four. The
attorney general considered this area
very much !toi> large in proportion
to the anmber of inhabitants signing the petition. He expresses a
doubt h to whether the legislature
ever contemplated the incorporation
of * oity. where so small a population existed. The aot, lie thinks,
supposes that the qualified petition-
en are residing generally throughout the are* for which incorporation is asked, and he points out that
such is not the ease in this instance.
The petitioners occupy, and are interested in, only a small portion of
tbe ..rea, and the petition is opposed
by a large number of persons who
own lands elsewhere within the
proposed limits. The attorney-gen.
era! points out that if tbe view
taken of the act were correct, thirty
freeholders resident upon one acre
at hnd might incorporate onehun-
dred miles in which they had no
intetea* »hatever, in defiance of the
withes* of those who owned all the
hnd beyond the acre. He is very
elm Alt it would be beyond (he
Mt ts S"M* tasfj-otrtlon under any
■Mb obramsAsjKW, and he recom
mends that the prayer of the petition be not granted, It must be
admitted that tho point 'raised by
the attorney-general is reasonable.
The act does not specify how large
an area may he included in a city
incorportion, but there must undoubtedly be a line drawn somewhere. Tho attorney-general interprets the act to mean that the
ai ea must be occupied generally by
the persona asking for incorporation,
and, of course, his legal opinion
must guido the government's action.
The result, however, must be disappointing to tho resident freeholders of Port Moody, and we.are
afraid it may hinder the progress
of the city. Tlio bona fide residents
arc laboring under disadvantages
wliich can be removed only by incorporation. They purchased city lots
upon the understanding that ns soon
as the population had grown sufficiently to comply with the act, tho
city' would bo incorporated. Their
view of the requirements of the
act was that there should be thirty
qualified voters, and that a majority
of them should petition' for incorporation. The act mentions nothing about area, and it was naturally
supposed that the question of urea
could not stand in the way. Wo
believe the limits were made to include all the area now surveyed into
city lots, and these limits were
adopted purposely thnt nil might
share alike in tho benefits of city
"corporation. The principal holders of property west of the railway
reserve intimated that they were
opposed to incorporation, but
they also stated that if Port Moody
was incorporated they wished tlieir
property to be included within the
limits. The petitioners, therefore,
were acting in perfect good faith
and intention when they made the
petition cover these lands. At
present the speculators enjoy advantages over the bona fide residents.
Those who have bonght property
with the intention of settling thereon find thot there are no streets unless they make them. They also
find lots adjoining held by speculators who refuse to clear off the timber, and they are afraid to build
lest tho clearing and burning of adjoining property may destroy their
houses. There is no low which can
compel the clearing of these lots,
but if they had incorporation n bylaw could be passed to meet tho
case. If the city was under municipal government the council would
determine where streets should bo
opened and sidowalks built, and the
local taxes would.be spent in local
improvements. The lurgo property
holders are now clearing off their
lots and making streets on tlieir
own properly, and as there can be
no safety in building elsewhere
people are forced to take lots from
the largo holders and speculators;
and bona ilde residents must go
without streets. This state of affairs
is very discouraging, and it is not
surprising that the attorney general's report hns been received at
Port Moody with the keenest regret. An attempt waB made last
year to incorporate, but it was then
found that the conditions of the
act with respect to population
could not be met. It is somewhat
remarkable thut the very people
who asked for incorporation then
have been foremost in opposing it
now. They, or at least some of
them, had a pet scheme which it
wns supposed would increase the
value of their own property at the
expense of tlieir neighbors. Now,
when tlie application ia mora general, and when it is proposed to give
every part of the city plot an equal
sliure in the benefits ef incorpora
tion, these people oppose it. Apparently they want to have the city
on their own property, or tbey don't
want it at all. We are of opinion
that the petitioners have no reason
to give up because of this one failure. The attorney-general's objection is defined, with sufficient clearness to indicate a wny out of tho
difficulty. If the area is too large
to meet his interpretation of the
act, let it be curtailed, and let a new
petition be sent down at once asking for the incorporation of that
portion of the town site occupied by
the petitioners, with a reasonable
extent of adjoining property. If
this were dono, and a sufficient
number of signatures obtained to
the petition, .we believe incorporation would be granted. We are
disposed to think that the government are favorable to incorporation,
arid if the legal objection discovered
by the attorney-general in the last
petition were removed, there is
every probability that tbe scheme
would be successful. If the benefits to be obtained are as great as
stated by the people of Port Moody,
it is worth while to make another
effort. .
Seed OatSe
1 80VT   SEVEN-TEES  TOSS Or
iV Shannon Oats (or Sale.   First-class
forsocd. Apply to 	
mliH-lni W. D. PEKFJS.
ITPTIOgL
Esinte of J. W. Hennessy, Pecetrsed.
A LL  PlfiRSONS  HAVING AKT
A claim-against James W. Hennessy,
late of New Westminster, hotel keeper,
deceased, arc required to send same in
writing, properly verified, to the u»der-
Signed oil or be/ore 22nd April, 1881. And
nil perrons indebted to unld James W.
Hennessy are requested to pay the amount
of thoir indebtedness to tfio undersigned
on or beforo said day.". .
Dated ■™**#ti__M_m,
mhlE-lni. ■ Executor.
HORSES
§BVKRAL FINE O ARM AGE AMI
earn Horses for Male at the VICTORIA TRANSFER CO'S STABLES.
Corner Government and Jahniton
alt reefs, Victoria. Alio, new and
second-hand Vehlelei of all descriptions. nili22-lnt.
To Poultry Raisers.
A FULL SUPPLY OF PURE Brawn
Leghorn Eggs for sale at 91,00 per do*,
on tho fnrm, or 82 If packed and snipped.
Also a limited number of Plymouth Rock
Eggs at sum0 price. All esMjmaranteed
pure. J. Bf. JOHNSTON.
mhlD-flw Langley Prairie.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE.IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll wc the undersigned Intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to lease
from the Provincial Government, the
following described lands In New Westminster district:
No. 1. Commencing nt a squared tree
about 20 chains northeast from the north-
cast corner of the Seeochum Reserve, on
the Kquamish river: thence southwesterly
on dividing line botween grass land and
timber land, a distance of 5 miles: thence
at a right angle in n southeasterly direction, n distance of \% miles, to base of
mountain; thenee northeasterly, following base of mountain, a distance of fi
miles: thence northwesterly a distance of
\y> miles to point of commencement; containing 4800 aores, more or less,
No, a Commencing nt a point about 60
chains due cast from the intersection of
the Mcmcquem and Hquainlsh rivers:
thence east 100 chains; thence south 160
chains; thence west 100 chains; thence
north 100 chains to point of commencement. Bald lands being required for timbering purposes,
DbBECK BROS. A CO.
New West,, Mar. 14th, 1884.       mhlfr-lm
To Farmers!
An Opportunity now Offered for the Im*
provemrnt of Stoek.
THE FINE PERCHERON NOR-
man stallion
PRINCE NAPOLEON,
WIU stand at Chllllwhnck for the ensuing
season, commencing April 1st, Prince
Napoleon Is a dappled bay with black
points and a white strip lu face; stands on
short legs, In WA hands high, and weighs
In condition lffiotbs; he was bred by WO
Myer of Oregon, his dam being Jcancttc,
got by Imported White Prince; his sire Is
Gen. Fleury, No. 840, P N H a Ho is free
from vice, Is perfectly healthy nnd sound.
nnd n sure foal-getter, ana Is wlthotn
doubt tho bost bred Norman horse In the
country. He Is rising six years old. Par-
tics at a distance wishing to breed to the
abovo horse will have pnRturngo provided
free of charge. Marcs sent by steamer
will be mot ntthe landing and delivered
oil board nt the end of season free of extra
charge. All possible care taken, but the
owner will not be responsible for accident
to mares. For further particulars and
terms apply to
GEORGE GIBSON; Keeper,
mhllr-tn Chl)lhrhaclc,B.C.
NORMAN'S
Established 1874.
4 Queen street East, Toronto, Ontario.
These Electro-Curative Bolts, Insoles
nnd Trusses arc Superior lo any other
ttfiuedy known to man for the Inunedl*
nte Belief nnd Permanent Cure of ailments arising from Indiscretion, abuse or
accident, and nll diseases af the blood and
nerves, such ns
Bumnbm Notice.—Mr. &. H. Webb
will leave for Portland and San Francis*
00 about tht lit of April next, Mid will
undertake to falfil sny commissions en<
trusted to him. mhltttd
Holloway'i Corn Cur* la the medicine
to remove aU kinds of corns and warts,
Nervous Debility.
Constipation,
Oenllal Weakness
liver Camplatut,
Womb Troubles,
lumbago,
Fever A Ague,
BhewuatlsM,
Dysentery*
Diarrhoea.
Paralysis*
Melatlea,
BIllloUHuriiK,
Indigestion,
fUeeplessness,
Neuralgia,
kidney Disease,
Impflteney.
And n host of afflictions over which medicine hns little or no control. They hnve
been many years before tho people of
Canada, and are moro used thnn ever,
which speaks better for them than any
private testimonial. Consultation nnd
circulars with testimonials free,
mhliVOm A. 1VOBMAK, M. E*
NOTIOE.
mmsMemmmmm
_t EHOE * CO. ARE NOW PRE-
JY pared to supply tho very hest Ale
from the Westminster Brewers'. Order-
left with Ur. Chas, MoDonough,* Front St
ir Brewer}'. Orders
  DoMOllgh,- Front St
shall have prompt attention. Ja&tc
A LL PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS
_\ against ths Royal Columbian Hospital are respectfully asked to present
them to the undersigned on or before noon
of Monday, 81st tnsl.
W. H. KEARY,
inhlHd Bce.toAC.H.
"KING HENRY*
WILL MAKE THE SEASON AT BEN-
son's farm, Ladner's Landing. King
Henry Is 17 hamU high, in good condition
and will weigh this season 1700 lbs. For
particulars apply, on tho farm, to
mhlfrlm J. a-BENSON.
TheFamilyWelcome
THIS IS ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
best story papers published In America. It Is full of Mory and Kmum-m, WU
and Humor, Anecdote and Adventure.
In fact, there will not-bo a single lino of
dull reading in It, Published tne 1st and
15th of overy month. Terms,$l peran*
num In advance. Agents wanted everywhere. Samples free. Address, "The
Family Welcome," London, Ont, [mhs-lin
Building Ground
Ou Columbia aud Front Hlrwl-i, X. W.
A BOUT 25 FEET ON EAOH STREET,
J\ or through from street to stpeot, can be
leased for building purposes: next the
Holbrook House and Webb's gunsmith
shop. AppffiBYv EDM0ND9|    ,
mlifWc LandAgent.
County Court.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
__% the next sitting of the County Court
will bo held oh Wednesday, the 2nd day
of April. 1884. .1      .
Dated 11th March, 1884.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court.
mhlMd New Westminster.
XTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll tho partnership heretofore existing
between tortus R, Mclnnes and Thomas
H. Mathers, physicians nnd Burgeons of
this city, has been dissolved this day by
mutual consent, All persons indebted to
the snid partnership will please settle
with W. D. Ferris, Esq., without delay.
L0FTU8 R. McINNEB, M. D.
mhS-tc]       THOS. H. MATHERS, M. D.
1 ?-'ika rOtSt0 a" appllcaoti I	
*..' I.i.-: rn-HM year without ordering il
JM.»'BRW(&Clli.mjil
ORGANS
MUSIC.
^•IOBSAi,Einr-i^-.r-
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster   B. C,
(selBto)
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
____% Luii in Miii t___]_
w
TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
QEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
© eelved by the Honourable tho Chief
Commissioner of Lunds and Works, up to
noon of Thursday, tho 37th Inst,, ror the
erection and completion of a frame building, with fireproof vault, etc., etc., for a
Land Registry Oflico, to be situated npon
the Court House lot, In tho City nt Now
Westminster.
Plans and specifications con bo seen and
forms for tender obtained nt the Lands
nnd Works office, Victoria, or at the ofllee
of the Government Agont nt New Westminster.
Tho lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. 8. GORE, Snr.-GOnl,
Lands nnd Works Dept., Victoria. & C,
tilth March, IBM. mhI8-td.
ITH REFERENCE TO THE FORK
,, of Reply Intended to be made In due
course to applicant for purchase of Dominion Lauds within the Railway Belt on
the Mainland of this Province, which wns
published In the British Columbia news*
papers on the 27th November last and subsequently, the attention of applicants for
such lands is called to the provisions of
the Dominion Lands Aot, 1888. as to Home*
stead Bights, and particularly to sub-section 4 of Section 27 nnd Section 29 of that
Act, to which provisions, oa stated In that
reply, or to provisions similar thereto, all
Homestead Rights In British Columbia
will be subject.
The Sections of the Dominion Lands
Act which govern Homestead Rights are
published In the British Colombia Gazette
of this day's date. ,.
The privilege of pre-empting (and ad-
Joining land hold by Homestead Right
will, however, not be granted In British
Columbia; and lt must therefore be borne
in mind that tho pre-emption provisions
of the Dominion -Lands Act will not be
made ahpllcnblo to thd Dominion lands
in Britisli Columbia,   -
Due notice will be given when tho Dominion lands In tho several Districts nre
respectively open to Homestead Entry,
and of the appointment of local agents,
before whom tno affidavits, prescribed In
Section 2D of tho Dominion Lauds Act. ure
to bo made.     JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
Dominion Govt, Agent.
Victorin, B.C.,lHth March, ISM.    [15-lm
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etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if tbe above Is not true.
The undersigned boing the first to introduce it, respectfully asks the ladles to
patronize hirn. Orders kindly received
by Ellard & Co;, at the Occident Hotel,
and orders recoived arid Soap supplied
at Mr, O, O. Major's, eor. Columbia and
Mary streets,
. Being well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only; I need no introduction.
To thoso out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
'   iit; W. HIWHES,
mh21 " New West., B,C.
mmtmammmmammm
Lost-$5 Reward.
TN THIS OITY, ABOUT NOVEMBER
1 80th; 1883, a pencil sketch of Emory. B.
C. The above reward will be paid lrtlie
sketch Is returned In good order. ■_ , I
P'-'H 'ROBSON
NowWest.,Peb.20th,MW.'       (fesM-tc. g
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ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against th. Colonial Hotel ar. requested to present them to the under*
signed at once; and all personB Indebted
to the said hotel ate requested tb make
immediate settlement.
, -r. E.ptSLBYiProprietor.   a
New West., Deo. 17th, 1883.      JdoiP-to
Notice to Shippers.
F
iROM DATE, ANO UNTIL PCR-
_ ..; 'Gipsy*
will make regular semi-monthly tripe di
ther notice, the stoamer "G
root to New Westminster, B...C, nailing
from New Tacoma on the lit 'and 10th
of eaoh month.
noH-tc. C. E. CLANGEY.
WALSH'S
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B.O.      [my2u*.tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
from
HEAT HORN'S
Boot & Shoe Hannfactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
3'iop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast., New Westminster.
1 Hill
TT AVING ADDED ATIKST CLASS
RULING MACHINE
To tho establishment, and having now in
operation j      ..-.,(.,,
4 PRINTING PRESSES,
With ample Steam Power, we are. prepared to nndermke'Ruithg nnd Printing
of every description. Special forms for
any purpose Ruled and Printed and
Bound to order. Work will ne .found
equal to that of any establishment In the
province, and prices average lower than
elsewhere. Orders by mail will receive
prompt'attention. 	
j«30to
D. ROBSON 4 CO.
HEW WESTMINSHB
Flour & Feetl Store
Prosit Street.
The undersigned has received nnd offers
for snle nt
Lowest Rates
Family Extra Flour,
Bakers'Extra Flour,
Feed of All Kinds.
ORDERS SOLIOIT1D
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US.   ECKSTEIH  WISHES   TO
inform thb public generally thatshe
 IspoSbd of nta branch store nt PORT
MOODY toMr. F. F.NMaon, who will con-
.timioiacondiiottlio business, she wishes
to thank her numerou(;«nstomers at Port
Moody fdrniielr liberal- oatronage, nnd
bdpes lt may bo eontlnnetTto her successor.  — '
All pei-sonH Indebted to the above store
are requested to mnko Immediate settle*
ment with either Mrs. Eckstein or Mr,
Nelson. MRS. M, ECKSTEIN.
Feb.afth.18M. Mrim,
A .LARGE CONSIGNMENT '
ist lira!
T. I PEARSON & GO.
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A Liberal Offer!
SKEDS WORTH ttROWINtt t
TjlREB! FREE1 "THE FARM AND
J; GARDEN," a rellablo monthly paper
devoted to the agricultural Interest. ■-„
Any person ordering $5 worth of SEEDS
from my Catalogue will receive tho Farm
and Garden for one year FREE.
Send your address on n postal card for
ray list of tho latest Improved varieties of
Choice Heeds, Rellablo and True. Sent
freo to nil whoapply.
In writing; please mention this paper.
Better than Politics—Good Seeds bring
cheap food nnd plenty of lt, and you can't
nflbra to do without them. "But for goodness sake don't sny I told you.'-
N. ft—Sccd Store at your door. Scods
sent any where by mnll. Send money by
P.O. Order or Registered Lottornt my risk.
AVer's Cherry Pectoral.
" Orrvllle, Ohio, Sopt. 10,1B82.
. " Having been subject to a branchial affection, with frequent
cold*, for n number of years, 1 hereby certify that AVER'S CiiEttnv Pectoral gives
me prompt relief, and ia tho most effective
remedy I have over tried. '.
JAMIJSA, HAMltTON,
Editor of The Crescent,"
.     ■_» Mt, aileail, Ohio, Juno 20,1882.
COUGHS,     " ! ,mve UBed AVER'S CHEimV
Pectoral tbis spring for a severe cough and lung- trouble with good
effect, and I am pleased to recommend It
to any one similarly affected.   .
RAnVBV BAUOnMAW,
Proprietor Globe .Hotel."
rnEPAiiKP nv     \  . .     &
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell. Mm.
Sold by all Druggists.
SPENCE'S BRIDGE
SEED STORE,
NtinSEBYi GREENHOUSE.
-18 8 4-
Fresh Vegetable and Viewer SeetU-14
Packages Free by mnll for SI .00.
■•mc Pints and (tardea Flowers.
Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery. EggiPt-P*
per. Tomato and Tobacco Plaits ready
about tho 24th of Marcli.
deeseberry, (English), 1 Varieties, (&Q0
perdoEcn.
■ardy Apple Tree*, 97% cents each.
lMMpcMds-I-barb -Balvaalied Ina
Wire E-eaelagt to arrive bythe end of
March. Price, about' 11 conts per pound
at Spenco's Bridge. ° .
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T. R. PEARSON & CO'S
Garden aad Farai laipleaieats*
Brantford Clipper Plows, Mollne Plows,
Garden Hand Plows, Mowers,Horse Rakes
Spades and Shovels, Spading and Hay
Forks, Garden and Hay Rakes, Hoes and
Scuffle Hoes, Garden Trowels, Garden
Pumps, Scythes, Snnlths nnd Cradles,
Brush Hooks, Grubbing Hoes A Mattocks.
Circular And price 1 ist sont free by mall.
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Direct Importer and Dealer In
1      UIUIU 11 UtUWl
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Agricultural
Machinery.
Sole Agent for
Decrlng Twlae Bladen, Baekeyc Mew<
era, Watson balky Rake, Roaster
Drill A Broadcast Seeder.
! Mayloaders,   Chatkaai   Wagaas,
Miaaesnta Ckler Thresher*, Etc., Etc,
Planet Tr. Culti-vatoxs.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B.C
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NOTICE.; -/;
British ColambU Penlleutlirj-.
)B«l)inBO-.A Trad. Ia.tm.t.r
Vfor&O. Penitentiary, h Tailor; must
-aagood cutter and litter. Apply to the
Warden.     By Ordor,
'Mute .        A.H.«-cBRIDE,WaKten,
DRESS-MAKINC!
ADAME TA.LOh aad MBLLE.
^ MAURIS beg to Inform tbe Ladies
of New Westminster teat they have opened a Drcsimaklag ■•t«bltskn*aiIn
the premises adjoining Mr. Bison's Tailor
Shop, Columbia street, and will execute
work In the Latest Styles ahd-at moderate
prices, Fancy Work taught.      JaMml
Man Wanted.
NE WHO OAN TAKK CHABOB
_' of and run a Huntington Shingle
Shingle Machine. Steady employment
ant good wages to a first*oias. no, No
other need apply.
% STEVENSON,
JyMo] ChilUwhaok.
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NOTICE-
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
' erupting land are hereby notified
that land within the limit, of the Hastings Saw Mill Company1, lease Is not
opea for settlement, and that any ono
entering thereon "will be prosecuted for
trespass;
EICH'DH. ALEXANDER,
de8-to   ; Managtr.
F.F.NELSON,
HAS   JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a fall stock of
Dry floods, Groceries, nt General Mercbndlse,
Which will be sold at New Westminster
Prices.
Agent far a*«ih Anaeriean AesMmt la-
ssuraaee Conpaay.
ST Neit Door to Caledonia Hotel.
LOOK OUT I
For this Space. It
belongs to
WLLLIAI MEAN,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
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A CHANCE
At First Cost.
All tho remaining stock of
Ladies' Winter Jackets
And Ulsters AT COST.
To look at the goods and enquire the price
is all I ask.
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MEDICAL HALL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEflT  WESTMINSTER,   B.  0.
^_'. .... -   ... (JaM.)
KRS.I.ECRSTEDI,
Next Holbrook'. Stone. Building,
COLUMBIA----STREET,
SEW    WESTMINSTER.
IMPORTER, ANJI DEALS* IK
Dry Goods, Olothias,
Huts and Mllltnerr,
Faney Goods, Jewelrr,
Hoots ind Shoes,
Orockerr, Cutler)-,
,;    Olmrs nnd Tobtceos,
Froits snd Cnnrectlonerj.
Stoek large and well selected. All
Goods flrst-cUss, aid will ba Hid at
very low prices for cash.
mhl. M. ECKSTEIN
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MERCHANTS,
FR0KI8T., . NMW WKHKINSTII
OFFER FOR SALE
Kiln, Siperlie and Graham
I'LOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS,
.i*r*
OIL OAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
OORNMBAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS, BAOON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacifio Coast Stesnship Co.
(ja»to)
PAOIFIO
WORKS
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New WestBiister, B. C.
WAGOONS,
BUQGIBS,
OAERIAGBS,
-AND-
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
* STOCK OT NfFIM ALWAYS ON NMI.
lOHSSTON A SMITH,
onuses) . . Pioniirau, ADVMtmtlNQ  WAT18,
-Transient Advertlsemenls.-FIrst Insertion. Beta, ber line; subsequent Insertions,
2ct* per line.
Racalnr Commercial and Business Advertisements,—1 column, |12 per month;
Jicol.,|7per month; Ueol,,Mpermontb;
arnehes, jB per month; l Inch, 9L60 per
month. These rates to be charged on
standing advertisements whioh remain
over 8 month*. If for a less period the
rates will be: 1 col,. 115 per month; % col.,
19: MoottlB! 2Incbes,W; l ineh.fe,
, J^ala^amr-- —a' •--**--■•■
ling matter.—First
, among ni
iinumuD, lu ott. per. _
aerttons.-o da. per line.
Births, Marriages anu vt-utua, •-. d-m-sb,
Funw^l^otices accompanying death no-
lnsertlon, ID ota. per line; subsequent In-
aerttons.-o oto. per line.
Births, Marriages and' Deaths^ fl each,
—r»AU transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonparlel,
which makes 12 lines to the lneh and 7
words to the line. Display lines must be
allowed for In making estimates. Notr-*-
vertlsement Inserted for less than 11.00.
VilOV LODGE Ho, 0, A. F.
.*' A* M.-Tho regular Communications of this Lodge are
U-tA mm Ik, Urns* «* OI)day (ft _-s\h
n are cord
HOWAY,
Secretary,,
ilkJr mumcauons or mis urage are
/ ▼ \ held on tbe first Monday tn each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend     WM. HOWAY,
mBMMKAllCtf ^WOMAN'S CHRIS-
J* tlan Temperance Union niccl-t every
Wednesdsy»Sp.m. Band of Hop	
overySaturdayit3:80 p.m.   Blue
and W.C.T.U. Free Reading Boon
nd of Hope meets
-    Blue Ribbon
Room, Hai
street, open every evening from 7:80 toOtSO.
Musloat and Uterary Entertalnraent,wlth
Befnahmtnts. every Wednesday evening
from 8 to 0 o'clock. * mhia-tc.
fht §ritish (folnmbian.
SalinUj 'Wwnlai. Hank it, mm.
aid/ Hunll, book., JnisilibtMiStit,
Ksoaadr. Barker, IbboUon, Nairn, B»o-
"IJSJg-j. TfwS, Morrl«on, wadharas; and
0TJE*8I.-In New Wi-
M.rph,U84,rrar,cU
■iMai-eara,
ilnater, oa sMh
'     linfloy,
aw-The funeral will take place at 1
o'clock this afternoon, from the residence
ot D. G. Armstmnf, Pelham St., to Odd*
fellow.'Cemetery.
Ha attain fatty eontinuet to malta
regular trips, and is fairly patronised.
The Bluo Ribbon Club gare a rer>
interesting entertainment on Wednesday night.
' Parsons wanting horsw or wagons
should read tha adv. of tha Victoria
Transfer Co.
One of our oity brokers report, sales
at Port Moody amounting to 117,000
since Tuesday.	
-There are a great many Grangers in
tht city, and men hottl accommodation is-muited.
, The oh.ingang hare completed tht
work on McK.ntie st. and also tht
front road to Sapperton.
Thtstr. Primes. Loui*. deservesa
long mark. She arrived yesterday afternoon bebr* 3 o'cloek.
Oift. Wright ia negotiating toput
tht str. BlSa Anderson on the route
bttwttnVictoriaanil the sound.
Capt. flood haa eomplettd hie in-
.paction of wtightt ana miesiires in
this eity, and returns to Victoria today.
The nnt mosquito ot the season be
gen operation en Wednesday. Wt
hope this b tht enly one Mt of the
The Bank tf British Columbia has
just declared a di.ldand of 3 per cent,
with a bonus of 1} per cent, added for
th* •'» month..
The weather contiane. oharmiug.
Mid people arriving from the east an
ainared at the striking contrast be-
'teen east and west.
Nineteen newspaper outfits an en
route for the Cceur d'Alene mining
country, The first one is to be msde
the official organ of the country.
Hennonites in Nebraska occupy
three entire counties, aro good farmers
and hard worken, and so economical
that thoir prosperity is remarkable.
Gardening operation, in the city an
well advanced. Trees an putting
forth their tender leaves. The gay
and festive frog disturbs the stilly
night with hia cheerful melody.
Mr. Franois Quest, of Langley, diod
in this eity on Thursday afternoon,
after a long illness. The funeral will
take place at 1 o'olbok this afternoon,
from the residence of Mr. D. O. Armstrong.
It is reported that the Dominion
government Intend to extend the
mounted police system to this province,
and that they will be locsted along the
line of railway. We sincerely hope
they will.    .
Owing to a falling off in premiums
for pews In Plymouth Church, in
Brooklyn, this year, the money appropriated for music ia reduced to 11,800
from the |3,O0O last year, and (0,000
two years ago.
Mrs. Gladstone, who Is nearly the
same age a* the Premier, accompanies
her husband, as did Lady Betoonsfield,
every whew, and frequently remains
in the ladies', gallery till the close of
the night's sitting.
We understand that Mr. H. V. Edmonds closed several eiteniive real
estate transactions on the deep water
portion of Port Moody harbor yesterday. This is in addition to the amount
nporled elsewhere.
The volcanic dust with, whieh the
islands of tht Indian archipelagb wen |
ta thickly covered by the recent terrible eruptions, hal proved highly fertilising to the crops. "It's an ill wind
that blows no good."
The consumption of eltomargarine
ill Main, is immense and daily hunts-
ing. One Portland firm sells Inm
tvnty te forty tone • month, and
Marly ell tht hotel, and restaurants
tknaghoui Ihe State use it.
.' Bight]--'hree per cent, of the popu.
lation of the United Sutes is composed
of white natives and the immigrate
from Gem-any tnd Groat Britain, leaving 4 per cent.' from other countries
and 13 per. cent, for those of African
dtNtnt.  ,
The Temple of Jerusalem, writes a
wmIiI nib correspondent of the
AM, Is to be rebuilt by tho combined
efcrte and contributions of twelve
American millionaires, two of whom
have already gone to Peleetln. to study
on the .pot the moot eleient means ot
putting into .locution their gigantic
aad welly proleot.
Tan Rooms Pits.—Major Roger.,
who Is In town waiting tht arrival of
englnMM tram Ottawa, wilt shortly
ptotsid to locate • lino for the 0. P.
railway from Savona Ferry through
tht Selkirk range, via Roger. Pail, tnd
thence to thi summit cf the Rocky
Mountains In Kioking Horse Pus.
The country about Kamloops lake ii
rather difficult, but a practicable line
il known toesis'. Three parties will
be eauipped for the service. With the
location of this line, euneyors' work
on the 0, P. R. will ht oompleted.—
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MmoMst Cmmos—Rev, S. Rob-
ton, pastor.. Service to-morrow at 11
a. m. and 7 p.. in. Sunday School and
Bible Class at 2.SO. Seats free; itran-
gers cordially invited. *
"ii-f-     ■;     e.   .    :—-.    ■
Dou Thus ik Pirns.—There sn
at present in Paris whole quarters of
empty houses. A heavy fall -in real
estate in Paris has already taken place.
Overproduction i> followed in France,
as in all other countries, by the inevitable sequence of, firat, a genonl fall in
stocks, and, lastly, a tumble in real
property, ' _       	
Tubes Limits. — We understand
that tho Royal City Planing Mills Co.
have secured the 'aaso of 'a very valuable timber limit in the municipality
I'of Surrey. The limit embraces about
2,600 acres of line timber, estimated
at over 80,000,000 feet. Iu order tu
facilitate the removal of the log. a
large ditch is to be out to tho KicoraoVl
River, and the logs will then be Hosted
to tlio straits.
Brain Soourrv.—The aunual meeting of the New Westminster Bible Society will be held in the Methodist
Church, Mary street, on Monday evening neat (March 34th) when a report
of the year's operations will be presented and the oJHoers for. ihe ensuing
Jiear cleoted. -Addresses will be de-
ivend-by gentlemen representing the
d'tit-rent protestant congretation. of
the city. Tho publio generally are invited. •'
—sr——srim, 1 —
Linn Bmrrim.—Twenty buttordeal-
era out of thirty, taken at haphasard,
in New York city and Brooklyn, told
an inspector of the board of health
oleomargarine for butter. Theaamples
of imitation butter were sworn to
contain "practically no butler." No
wonder tbat the dairy community an
up in arms against the sale of oleomargarine is batter. They should
htve tho support of the consumer, al
it ii manifestly unfair that a man
ahould keep paying high prices for
refined gran When he believes he is
getting good dairy produce,
W«rm is kooTHKiY.—We give the
following extract from a letter written
at Bonner's Ferry, on Kootenay river,
dated March 8th, to enable our readers to nnw comparison, with interior
portions of BriU.ii Columbia: "Our
winter weather, though, hsa been
glorious, and I have been agreeably
surprised .in if. The river, though
atill freaan over, it rapidly breaking
up and the nvereet cold regiitend by
my thermometer Win 13 degrees below
ten, and that only tor one night, trail
the snow haa not Men more than two
feel on the level at any time."—
Colonist.
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Ooe Jn-Ms-s.—Out of the live su-
prime oburt judges in this province,
only two an really in working trim.
Tht accident which befell Hr. Justice
Crease M Nanaimo recently oompele
him to nurse hii right aro and work
with his Mt. Mr. Juciioe McCreight
ie to unwell that we believe he has
deterained on • trip tb California for
the benefit of hit health. A todays
ago Mir. Justice Gray fell and dislocated his shoulder, ana shortly afterwards he was knocked down by a team
of horses and narrowly escaped with
hit life. The Chief Juetiee and Mr.
Justice Walkem, we believe, alone
poaseu meni sane in corpora sane
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The Isaic Liotioa Can.:
remembered that ori the 33td of Octobor last Mr. Isaac, of Maple Ridge,
was found guilty by the magistrates'
court on two charge, of selling liquor
without a license, and fined 1100 nnd
costs. Mr. Isaac, through his attorney, obtained a writ of certiorari lo
romovo the convictions into the ...
pnuie court with a view to having
them quailied. The case wss argued
befon the chief justice the other day
at Victoria, Mr. Irvine- appearing on
behalf of the attorney-general to sustain the convictions, and Mr. Drake,
Q. O.. for Mr. Isaac. The writ wu
set aside, and the convictions against
Mr, Isaao stand,
m .     .
Shipmxo Itsms.—Sir. Reliance left
for Harrison River oh Wednesday
morning and returned Weduetdsy
night, Btr. Princess Louise arrived
from Port Hammond about 0 o'olock
Wednesday morning and proceeded lo
Viotoria. Str, Rithet arrived from
Victoria early Wednesday morning and
returned in the evening. Str. Dunsmuir came over from the Inlet on
Thursday and went lo Mud Bay. Sir.
Rithet arrived from Victoria early yesterday morning, and left for Port
Hammond at 9, Str. Princes. Louisa
camo up from Victoria yesterday afternoon at 2:60,, and went up to Port
Hammond. . 'Sir. Rithet nturnsd
from Port Hammond last night.
umbians object to ady inch monopoly
of the mineral landaof tht province.
In hit opinion the eubsidy u too liberal, tht land alone being worth from
♦10,000,000 to »»,000,000. Tht
sunt company alto control all the coal
__, mines in WteMutun Territory, and
ft «tt«tfW<tk«.^«3To4td i*_3___>
Shakespeare, on the other hand, favon
the Settlement Bill. He does not
fesr any monopoly. The land is to
be put in the market at tl per acre,
and the nvenues derived from it art
to be handed to the local government
until the road is completed. Every
aero of the land subsidy which, he
claims is 1,500,000 and not .2,000,000
aores, will be open for settlement and
the coal districts, as well as every
other district embraced in the belt,
will be open to bona fide settlers.
A Siok or ran Tims.—One of the
signs of the times is the great number
of petitions which an being forwarded
to Congress from all parts ot the country praying for the oxclusion of the
Chinese. 86 far, the Chinese is the
only national question which has exhibited much popular vitality. The petitions an front the South al Well as
fnm the North—from the But u well
u the West. Tho question is no longer a Pacific Cout question. It i. a
national issue, u it ought to bs. It is
not tho distant Statu of tho Pacific
that are alone to be maltreated. | If
then is any kicking done now il will
be done at home, and then i. sun, in
that case, to be msny shins barked
now supposed to  be  protected   by
Cives,. Nu other result could have
n eipected consistent with the
general Intelligence of the laboring
masses.—Sun rrmieiseo Bulletin:
ImonrajiT Printing Invbnbok.-
The printing World ot London is
much disturbed by the discovery of a
new process which enable, any num.
ber of copiu to be taken ot any bonk,
even the oldut, without utting t line
of type. A compound has been'dh-
covered whioh nuy he spread, upon*
page without in the slightest way injuring the paper, and wliich refutes lo
net upon Ink. It can be easily re-
moved to a atone, and than beoomti
the nutria tor stereotype, or can bt
used for printing from at once. Praeti-
cal prlnten an experimenting to eee
whether they cannot tare the coat of
resetting old editions, and, if certain
pnotloel difficulties an removed, then
will bet change not only in the production of fso similes of old books, but
in the reproduction of new ones. It
will he no longer necessary to keep
type .landing. A proof will be u
good M a stereotype plate.
.. \ '        '   '      ♦    —:	
Job printing of all kinds neatly don.
at the powitiUM office. Price, will be
found lower than at any other office in
the provlno..—Ado,
: Bainsn Loaks.-To what ti!iiS[
the commtrciar interests of'Gnat
Britain are bound up With those of
her colonies will appear from a considers'ion of the vast amount of British capital invested in various colonial
securities. At present thle reaches a
grand total of £090,000,000 starling.
Of this amount £366,000,000 an invested in India, £300,000,000 In Aus-
tralula. and £112,000,000 in theCent-
dian Dominion, of which latter amount
£30,000,000 an due on government
loans, £65,000^000 on mlwaye end
provincial and city expenditures, £7,-
000,000 on banking, mortgage, and
agency, and £20,000,000 ou other investments. In the Cape of Good
Hope £30,000,000 an invested: in the
West Indie, and Guiana, £7,000,000;
in Ceylon, £5,000,000; in'heStni'a.
£500,000; in Natal, £4,000,000; in
Mauritius, £2,400,000; in Newfoundland, £500,000; and iu other possessions, £3,000,000. The colonial, It
will ba seen, find employment for an
enormous mass of British capital.
Maoisthats Court.—Th. only esse
before the court since Wednesday wu
that of J. H. Hunter, for larceny.
About t year ago Mr. J. A. Calbick,
of thia city, had a hive of bees stolen,
and Mr. Win. Rae loet a plow from
the wharf. A few daya ago Mr. Rat
was informed that hia plow had been
seen down the South Arm, and that it
had been taken then by Hunter. Both
the plow and bees wen found atttated.
Hunter was at Vim Moody, where, we
believe, he waa building a house. He
was arretted then, brought to thii
cHy, and tried, before Meur.. ----t'-
and Edmondfc, J. P.*,- on Thi
Tht only charge brought againtt
wu for stealing bees. To thi. charge
he pleaded guilty, and waa enttnotd
to lit month. Imprisonment with hud
labor. Yesterday thtprinntreame
up on., charge Bt stealing a plowhea
Mr. Rae, but Mr. Rae said he did not
wish to prosecute, and the can wat
dismissed. It it also nporled that
Hunter stole t verandah.' This verandah had been made in pieces tnd tent
down to Ladner'. Landing to be pat
up. Hunter stole it and took it over
for hit Port Moody house. He wit
discovered, however, and we believe
tht nutter wu compromised.
Tie setuemnt ini.
An Ottawa dispatch to tht London
Adtsrtiser, dated 5th of Manh, ttyt:
Hon. Mr, Smithe, premier of British
Columbia, is in the oity in connection
with the British Columbia Settlement
Bill The npresentatires of the province an not of ont mind regarding Dm
Ull. Homer state, that the raflwaj
company an getting too much, Tha
local government wen granting aid to
the extent of 2,000,000 torerot lend
which include all the productive coal
mines of the island, with tht eicep-
tion of t comparatively small dhtriet.
Than the Dominion government granted a subsidy of 1750,000 and all thu
tor the construction of a line 70 miles
io length running from Sequin-alt to
Nanaimo. The company' who an tt
construct tht proposed ljne virtually
control all the ■nnuontinental Hots
outtidtthe Canadian Pacific, and Mr.
Homtr itinl- many of tlit British Col-
obj
^ ^   ■i^ui^^Mi^.^.isi
' Tht bill introduced iu the House of
Commons by the Prime Minister is
called "An Aet tor conferring certain
privileges oa the mon advanced bands
of the Indiana of Canada, with the
view ot training them for the exercise
of munMpSj- wewere." If patted, it
will comB! fon. on Jsnatry 1st
"Hit After that-date, when any band
is declared by an Order in Council to
be fit, ita reserve shall be divided into
six equal sections. On a given day,
all male Indians over 21 yesrs of sge
sli.llmeet, and, under presidency of
the Agent, will elect one oOuncillgr
for eaoh section. The chosen six elect
one of their number a. Chief Councillor, A fresh election will be filled by
a by-election, if three months have
still te elapn befon the general election. The council will meet notices
than four and not more than twelve
times t year. The Government Agent
will preside, with full powen to control all matter, of procedure thd form
and adjourn the meeting to a time
named or situ die, and will report'and
certify all by-law. and other proceed,
ings to the Superintendent-General.
The agent will advise, but will riot
have any rote. The Council will have
power to regulate these matten:—1.
The religion to which toluol teachen
dull belong, the mloority on the re-
urn being allowed tipsnte Schools.
J. Tht public health.  3.
mnwiAuaamwmwe-ii-i.
lookups end other instnmente ot •
A Trip lo Port Moody.
Two ladies from this city went over
to Port Moody lut Tuesday, and one
of them was kind enough to send us
an account of the trip. It came too
lato for lut issue, but we take the
liberty now of nuking some extracts:
"The morning wu fresh and beautiful, and the first part of the road wu
passably good. Just at this side of
tho Brunette bridge we had the good
fortune to catch a glimpse of one of
the wild denizens of the forest, a deer.
He had come to the river to slake hia
thirst and the noise of the running
waters seems' to have prevented him
from hawing the stage until we had
approached very near. Suddenly he
raised hie head, sniffed in alarm, and
instantly disappeared . in the thick
green foliage of the forest.. At the
end of the road we wen met bythe
ferryman, and while he rowed us up to
the railway wharf we had an opportunity of admiring and enjoying the
beautiful harbor. And we did enjoy It
very much indeed. The mountains
and steep hills clothed with dark-green
Eines, the clear water, with their num-
trleu finny inhabitants, the bright
colored star-fish, the soa-fowl skimming
the glassy surface, everything wu
lovely. Arriving at tht wharf wt had
an invitation to take a ride to the city
op a hand car, an Invitation which WO
fiadly accepted. We were toon whiting along the iron nils at a rate w.hioh
reminded us. of the olden days when
railway travel wu almost a daily event.
Just in time for dinner we arrived at
our destination, and had the pleasure
of partaking ot the hospitality of Mr.
and Mn. William, in their new houtt.
I think it waa Mr. Williams your Port
Moody oorrespondeut nferred _to lut
intemper-
-—.-—-*--_.-,■-$» dlrltlon
cf the lenJT 0. The^^ protection of animals. 7. The care of public buildinga.
8. Road, and bridges. (.Wafer
courses, ftnen, ts, 10. The removal
tad punishment of liucaltesr. 11.
The ippointmtnt of a tnwurtr, who
•hill also valut the land, for
mint. 12. The raising of money by
taxation of lend, the. neely t« being
not more than ttmSU iof one. per
otnt 13. Tht punidlmtntof infraction of ht^ltWi; (y fiat aot more than
ISO tnd imprieonment for not mon
than tblrtr days. Any councillor
prered' to be a habitual drunkard, immoral, or otherwise delinquent, will
be removed by the Superintendent-
By in ordtr-in-oouncil any'band may
be deprived of the privileges of thu
tot.    ____________
rinn-MMtMS.
At the nqnett of some subscribers at
Granville, we publish the following pro-
incial act for the prevention of fins in
unincorporated town, and villages:
1. The word "town" in this Act means
any town or village not being a Manicl-
pattty,erwlthinUelimit.of aMurdol-
Em.
3. In any town in which the number
ot lahaoitant. shall he not ten than
twenty-five, the inhabitants may elect
three perlons to be Fin Wardens.
3. Th.deotJonehali beheld annually
en inch day at the Government I Agent
residing In tht town, or nearest thereto,
may appoint. Provided that a notice of
the day tnd place ot deottou .hall be
posted tt the Court Hew or Post Offlce
m the town five days previously to the
day of the election. .,
4. The Government Agent, or auch
■ertaaathe dull appoint, shall preside
it the deettpn; th. nomination, sh.ll be
msde Gpim * Vdlck «U >lev«
o'otak in the mordngTand the poll («
pay) sheU be ttkea between eleven o'clock In the morning aad on. o'clock in
the afternoon.
5. The Government Agent, orpertsn
pntiding at the deetionT shall dedan
who an the Vtn Wtrdenl elected, and
thn shall bold office tor': a year from
their election end until their euooHeon
t. Every md. inhabitant of the town,
of the age of tighten yarn or upwards,
ac.pt Chinenand Indiana, nuyvoteat
thodictiM.    3      !,*       ? ; •;*' iC- .  ',
7. The Un Wardou, or a majority of
them, dull have the following powen:—
Io.) To vi.it and inspect, af all
abie hours, all buildings and erections in
the towfa or its vicinity.
(o.) To direct and regulate in the town
or its vicinity, the positton of stove,,
fin-places or furnaces, chimneys, stove-
pipsiand amake-stacks, and the nmovd,
ohangs or duration of the same, or any
of them, or the position or condition of
them, or any ot them, and- further dlreot
tut anything ahall be done by way of
precaution to avert fin.
(c.) Generally to take suoh step, for
the prevention of fin In the town, or to
check it. spreading, as they may think
fit,
8. If any person shdl refuse to obey
the directions of the Fire Wardens, or a
majority of them, he ahall be liable to a
penalty not exceeding fifty dollar., to b.
recovered in a summary way brfore any
two Justices of the Paaos, and la default
of payment the tame to be levied by dis-
tme'of thi goods and chattel, of the
offendtr and in default, of sufficient dis-
tressth. offender ibdi suffer imprison-
inent not exceeding fourteen days, and
th. two Justion making*<th. conviction
may direct the exeoution of the directions of the Fin Wardens' or a majority
ot thau, at the expens. of the offender
who dull be liable to pay the same to
the person effecting the same.
Saturday when speaking of Phalo. and
Gilbert. Mr. Phales and Mr. WiUianu
bought a lot, and Mr. Phdes apd Mr,
Hunter have erected a large two-story
house on one halt .and Mr. Williams a
similar building on' the other tulf.
Both stores have full glsu fronts, tnd
present a very fine appearanos. Means.
Phdes & Hunter will Jiavo their store
finished and furnished about tho first
of April. I think, Mr. alitor, that
whoever lives to see Port Moody cleared and settled will see one of the must
beautiful towns in Canada, The views
are perfectly lovely, especially from
the head of the inlet We did not ne
the Iron hone that is to go thundering
and shorting through hub and forests
to the old land, but we hope some day
not far dlitant to see the mining link
supplied, and to have the plouun of
pairing over* the oontinuout road that
Is to connect Port Moody with Hdi-
fax,"
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Geo. Dodge, sr„ a wdl-known cluaeo
of Emporium, write, that one of fits wat
(8am Lewis) whilst working in the wood,
so severely sprain*! his ankle thai he
could so.ro.ly get home, but after one bt'
two application, of Dr. Thonus'Iclao-
trio 011, he wu able to go to work nnt
if-
Sirroi Council.
Couacilvaet oa tlie 15th inat. Present,
Coua.. McDougall, Shannon, Johnston
and.Brown, Th. Reeve being absent,
Conn, Shannon acted a. chairman. Com-
dcations were received from the
■eoretary to Str John A. Macdonald, from
Henry T. Thrift, John Oliver, Wm.
Shannon, Oeo. W. Cann and oth.rs,
Arthur Milton, and Geo; Boothroyd.
John Oliver wm allowed 3200 en contract on Semiahmoo road and granted an
extension of tlm. of two month, iu which
to complete his oontraot. The (.'oi.i'm-
aliK bill of 33,25 for advertising wu or-
dared paid. Couns. Brown and Shannon
were appointed to. Inspect Wm. Shan-
ma', job bn the Hair. Prairie road nnd
to glv. an order for th. payment of the
amount of work done. Arthur Milton
handed In hi. resignation a. Reeve of tlio
Council: also, Geo. Boothroyd sont ia his
resignation u Councillor for Ward No.
,1. ■ Movad by Coun. McDougall, seconded by Coun. Johnston, that the resignation, ot Mwra. Milton and Boothroyd
be aocepted.--Carried. Tinder, for repair, on Shannon', hill, Hall's Prairie
road, want Alex. McKenne, 3131: Jacob
Jakemaa, 3144; A. A. Hart; 3110. Mr.
Hart', bid twins the lowest, ll. reoelvnl
the contract Couns. Brown and Shan,
non ware appointed to inspect and receive th. job on the bridge on Brown's
road, Hall'. Prdrie. It wu ordered that
John Woodward be paid tlie sum oi 32
for during lallan timber from McLellan
and Kirkland road.. It wa. also ordered
that the Clerk request Mr. H. T. Thrift
to deliver up th. battet box used at the
hie election, after which Coun. McDougall moved, eee. By Coun. Brown, th.t
an deotloa be held for tho offices of
Kiev, ind Councillor for Ward No. 1,
Mmln.tlnr.to take place on March 24th,
and that B. B. Smith aot u returning
eaVerat ■dddwtion.-Csrried. Coun-
oil u*a till gath Hirch it 1 p. m.
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T. R, tmsrnkk Co. have just openeil
out. very Urge tnd varied unrtment
cf.atrsm.lyheadsoas. Church of Bug
land ooauwm prayM and hymn books.
They mtmkmkmt shown in th.
oMy.—Adv.    • ■ ]
Cobkiko, 0„ March 4.-A. J. Mc-
Davitt, a druggist hen, recently csused-|
tht arrest of Kev, Father O'Boylah, of
the Catholic Church, tor permitting
the use of the wheel of fortune »t a
fair. O'Boylan denounced McDavitt
from the pulpit« a vilUin and a uatv
derer. On Sunday night the friend,
of the prieat eontpelled MeDavittto
march out of town in a blinding enow
storm, at the point of a pistol. When
he had' reached a secluded spot they
made hiin remove all his clothing,
which was cut into shreds and cut to
the wuu*s. The victim wu than ordered to kneel in the snow and swear
that he would never set foot in Corning
again. Tho sheriff has arrested the
persons who assaulted McDavitt lut
night. McDavitt reached Now Lexing-
ton to-day; he wu heavily aimed. A
warrant as out for Ber. O'Boylan.
Forces and sentiments are pretty evenly divided between the two men.
ible u feared between the Church
"s and those not member.. Father
ilanj said May the McDavitt
raan't under M. fmUots. The
ooouaittoe wu nut appointed to eject
JfoDavitt, but to investigate the statement about O'Boylan. McDavitt has
threatened O'Boylan's life. No question of doctrine or anything in the
Chnroh i. implicated.
WaiHWoxoK, Manh 14.—Mrs. 0.
M. Sawyer,' the roateridiring medium
who wu expoasd by the Vhrmuste. in
|lan Fniiioisco, has/been hen for some
daya, giving seances. She hu had
good audiences of victims st (1 a head.
She Mucsented that in San Francisco
sho had- good audiences of the best
class of bitians, and showed a number
of certificates of her ability to summon
spiritsfrom the other world. She wu
assisted by a man named Burt, who
acted as ticket taker, generd nunager
and uiatant medium. The show came
to grief hut night. One of the skeptics in the audience insisted that Mn,
gether. She tried to avoid it, but the
request being indited on, she consented. . The result waa that die could not
get 'her^-tnds free and then;wire ho,
spirit forms. Theaudieiioo.Mnw-ojed
their money back, declared the whole
thing a fraud, and left: Mn, Sawyer
aud Burt will'have to get up a new
scheme to get money out of tluapiritu-
alists hett. They will probably go
farther east1
Siiakib, March 16:—Admird Hew.
ett, General Graham and the chief in-
habitant* had a meeting today. It
resulted in the issue of a proclamation
offering ri teward of £1000 for the cap-
titn of OVman Digma, ."whose band
treachery Save hulled the Soudanese
ond caused great Moodshed.''
Khartoum,: Manh 10. — Haggis'
tribe have given their adherence to
General Gordon, thus stemming the
advance of Sheikh EI Obeid to the
Nile. Gonerd Gordon that built a
strongly fortified camp on the opposite
side of the Blue Nile, and hu stationed'a strong force there to pnvent the
advance of Kl Obeid.
Lokdok, March 16.—Advices from
Berber make no mention of tho uprising of Arebs in tint region,;! The
country ia reported quiet u far u
Shindy. Dispatches from Cairo, however, state that the government is sup-
preating bad news from Khartouin.
Londos, March 10;—The government has given orders for dentention
of tho Chinese mm Mankin which ie
now in the Tyne loading with Arm-
otrong guns pending an inquiry whether the action can bo construed u a
breach of neutrality.
Biuih, March 19.—It is stated
minister Sargent hu received an official letter from Washington endorsing
his action.
LoLsoK, March 19.—Tbe Daily Nnn
says Gladstone will speedily return to
work and has no intention of resigning. The Standard says u the minis-
ten are unable to agree and cannot
persuado their followers to unite in
supporting thom, they are, bound to
appeal to tho country. The Tims, says
whether the liberals or conservatives
win the coining strife, the victors will
have to reckon without Parnell and
hia augmented following.
Lokdok, March 19.—It is rumored
at Dongola that the garrisons undor
Ettpton Bey in tho province of Bahir
were surrounded and massacred.
Alexandria, March 10.—Tho men-
of-war Condor and Myrmidon have
suddenly departed for Suakim...
Camo, March 19.—The further advance of the British into Soudan is
imminent. Gen. Graham is in favor
of continuing thocampaign- He thinks
that tho rebellion is not yet crushed.
The situation of Gen. Gordon is considered critical.
Londoh, March 19.—The English
govornmont have decided to send a
special nfiiccr to Suakim to negotiate
with the Arabs.
leaduuj cooservativs polincians,
changed to flOO bills, which waa done.
Inspector Ward produced documents
found in the possession of Wilkinson and
Kirkland, among them a letter to Wil-
aonflMn tlw miniitcr of tha, interior at
Ottawa containing aa official appoint-
Bsaat to wgtstryshlpof Edmonton, N.W,
Terrltorv. The letter to Kirkland dated
afaniatoa,pMember25th, 188S, read as
follows: "D«ar Su^-Any arracgements
you may make with Gotf or anyone else
to aid you in getting fatorable legislation. in Canada to aid na to buy pine
liinds you have surveyed on Pigeon river
and vicinity, or that we may survey,
will be satisfactory to me, and you1 are
hereby authorized to make such arrangements as may seem best in your judgment, not to cost over 110,000. R. 6.
.Piniw,-" Men' is an extensive lumberman. He and Kirklaud bought 100,-
000 ftcree-el land ou Pigeon river bojind-
mty. After lorveylng and securing the
patent, whieh cost them about $60,000,
it waa found that under the Ontario laws
timber did Sot go with tho land, bat was
reserved by the government. Kirklaud
came to Toronto before tiie session opened aud made arrangements with Pardee,
Pieaent Ontario commissioner of orown
landa, to secure the timber, aa otherwise
the tend was worthless to them. Pardee
refused te dispose of the timber onlvat
nnblic auction, Kirkland haa remained
ten since, mixing with the members
and treating them lavishly. Bunting
published a card denying that he made
any attempt to bribe Dowling, HcKeon
or other members of the legislature. The
Mate of members approached by Kirkland and Wilkinson are decorated by
flowahftrtiWir friends and admiretifor
expaamg the conspiracy to overthrow
the government.
A Srtinatwi Semsatiok hi Throat
Asd Palatf, called heartburn, and op-
' ton at the pit of the atomaoh after
I, are both tha oftpring of dymep-
A&aliae salta,likeTwhonitTof
may relieve but cannot remove the
eause. A lasting remedy Is to be found
in Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Dis-
covery and Dyspeptio Cure. "Those aaso-
oiate organs, the nver and bowels, bene-
fitin common with their ally,thesto-
maoh, by the use of thia benign and
blood-purifying remedy. .
Abtuiub WAED'sSuooianoN.- -The
Chicago Times sayi a new atory fa told
of Artemus Ward, when traveling on
a slow-going Southern road soon after
the war. When the conductor was
punching hia ticket Artemus remarked:
"Dow thii railroad company allow
paaaangera tu give it advice, if they
do io in a respectful manner?" The
conductor replied in gruff tones that
ba guessed ao. "Well," Artemue
went on, "it occurred to me it would
be woll to detach tho cow-catcher from
the engine and hitch it to the rear of
the train. For you see we are not
liable to overtake a caw, but what's to
prevent a cow strolling into this car
and biting a passenger?"
■—'      .,■■»'"	
Inbkt Omiuh, — I took a large
spider from hii web under the basement of a mill, put him bn a chip and
Ht him afloat on the quiet waters of
the pond.' He walked all about the
sides of tbe barque, surveying the situation vory carefully, and when the fact
slut he was really afloat and about a
yard from shore seemed to be fully
comprehended, he prospected for the
t point of land. This point fair-
m upon, he immediately began
to cast a web for it. So threw it aa
far it possible in the air and with tha
wind. It eoon reached the shore and
made fast to tho spires of grass. Then
ha tumid himself about, and in true
sailor faobioii began to haul in hand
over hand on his cable. OarefuMy he
drew upon it until hie berqM began to
move toward the shore.. Asitiftved
tho faster bo the fatter drew upon it to
keep his hawser taut and from touching
the water.' Tory soon he reached the
shoro, and quickly leaping to ieirra
firma he sped hu way homeward.
Thinking, then,, that he might be a
special expert, and an exception in
that line of. boatmanship to the rest of
his companions, I tried several of them,
and they all came to shore in a like
manner.—Portland, Me., Pms,
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Mr. J. Leist, warehouseman for Laute
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y„ says he had a
swelling on his foot whioh ite attributed
to chilblains. He used Dr. Thomas'
Kclectric Oil, and is troubled no longer.
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric OU may be imitated in its appearance and name, but not
In its virtues,
The Toe Telephone.
which says she will go down-nt three
1 mjfUjte^and a half," put in a nice little
T Broadway fellowT   ,    -"TT'^'V; ~
"Here's a fiver that says she.will go
down in three minutes/' sang out a
Olaffin traveler in a high collar.
"Ah, gentlemen," interrupted a new
man, joining the sing, "tutting on
tho ball, oh? Well, TaWt bot usually,
but I've got $50 in -missionary pocket
that I was going to pay my pew rent
with, but if I hear no objections I'll
put it up against a like amount tlmt
she doesn't drop in.ten minutes," and
he pulled out an old tin watch, with a
gate-hinge case on it, and looked into
its dirty face in a tender, loving way.
The boys gave liim a laugh, and covered his pile, and then they all stood
and watched the ball with their timepieces in their hands, One, two, three,
four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten
minutes, and the ball still remained up.
"Thunder and lightning!" shouted
all of them at onco, except tho new
man, who remarked aa he stuffed his
winnings into his pocket:
"I'm sorry for you,, gentlemen, and
glad for my pew rent, but, you Bee,
I'm the party that takes caro of tiie
clock, and she's out of repair, and that
ball won't drop on me until next week,
unless my men are faster than usual
with their work. So-long." And he
skipped around the corner before the
boys recovered from their a-it--ni»li-
ment.—Merchant Traveler.
To lessen mortallity aud stop thu inroads of disease, use Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Ttyspeptic
Cure, For all diseases arising from impure Blood, such as Pimples, Blotches,
Biliousness, Indigestion, etc.; etc., it hu
no equal. Mrs. Tlionias Smith, Elm,
writes: "I am; using thW medicine for
Dyspepsia, I have'tried many remedies,
but this is the only one that has done
me any good,"
Tlio following Business Directory con*
talus only the namos of persons whose ad*
vertisements appear lu the Comtmbuh,
It will be found convenient and user nl to
new-comers and persons willing to do
business in this city. Thcnamennreglv"
cm lu alphabetical ordor:   ■■'■ "     !     * ■
PkyslelaM*.    ;"'•■      "' V
Dr, Bentley	
Dr. Cooper	
Dr. Gurrow	
Dr. MacLeod..--
Dr. Mathers	
Dr. Trew	
Dr.'Wade	
Lawyers. ■..**,;"
It W Armstrong. Columbia streot
W Norman Bole .,' Columbia street
^.^--,„..u a- «*■*■»• ...Mary street
 v.A*m«3sjet«e^
 • Church Street
 ..Columbia Street
- .....Columbia street
.........MoKensle Street,
...Surrey Municipality
Corbould 4 McColl."!
,.       Iiuwraiaee Agents*
W .T Armstrong. .Front street,
WD Ferris .Columbia street'
T K Pearson & Co Columbia street.
C D Rand Columbia street.
Turner, Beeton A Co Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street:
Auctioneers.
WH Clarke	
Joseph QoldKtoue,,.
Jus Morrison „ Columbia titrcel
T J Trapp , Coliwi.ibla Htfcct,
Hurvcyerse -    - .j
Huwjioifc Klukmaii.. Front stteet
Woods A Turner........ ...Colombia street
ConreyMeeri, Land A«an|s,a*M.
*W. Norman Bole
HVEdmonds	
t   9    9
CANADIAN.
. WiNNireu, March 7.—Tho convention
met again to-day; Owing to the enor>
mous pressure brought to bear on the secession resolution, und n telegram from
Sir John'Macdonald to the utfect tliat
carrying it would not brighten the prospects of the province, it was withdrawn,
but not without much discussion. A
delegration to wait on the Premier reported that ho had said he was hi accord
with the farmers, and upon this report a
reflolutrfoii was passed, nfter, a long-lis-
cusslon, to tbe effeot that the interview
was unsatisfactory. w .
Ottawa, March 10.—It is rumorwl at
the parliament buildings to-night thst
the government has got an intimation to
use every precaution, as the dynamiters
were supposed to be meditating an attack
upon the buildings. The guard was Increased, and tho speakers of the commons and the senate, who have apart-
ments In the buildings, retired from their
quarters Saturday-evening. It' is said,
however, that Speaker Ktrkpatrick left
owing to his wife being ill..
' Torohto, March 17.—In the Ontario
legislature to-night the speaker announced that three members, Mokin, Balfour
and Dowling, government supporters,
had been offered bribes to vote against
the government Lynch aud Kirklanil,
two of the leaders in tbe conspiracy to
oast tho liberal government, were arrested to-night and jailed.
Ottawa, March If).—The House sat
until 3.90 this morning debating on a
motion that the bill incorporating Orange
societies be read a second tin». It was
defeated by 105 to 66, causing gnat rejoicing among the Irish societies.
Ottawa, Mareh 19.—The Grand Trunk
consolidation bill passed the Commons
with slight amendments. Sir Chas.
Tupper promised a general railway set
to prevent future Amalgamations. Shakespeare, of British Columbia, moved that
it Is expedient to prohibit the incoming
of Chinese to British Columbia.
Toeomto. March 19.- A parliament'
ary eomarittoe is Investigating a case of
attempted bribery ot members. Theac-
countaatof the Bank of British North
America says John Shields and one Simp-.
An exchange is responsible for the
narration following: "There is a gen*
tlemau in this city who has the hearty
sympathy of his numerous friends.
His most estimable wife gets up nnd
goes down stairs and prepares breakfast in the morning whilo he slumbers.
To S4ve the trouble of ascending the
stairs to awaken him, when tbe meal
is ready, or arousing other Inmates by
loud calling, she invented the ingenious device of tying a stout cord
around his big toe and trailing it
down the stairway, where it ended
with a spoiil on the bottom step. When
the pulled the cortt hu awoke. The
other morning a lady friend happened
in, and, knowing nothing of tho invention, saw the spool, and thinking
it just tho article she wanted, picked
it up. Under tho impression that the
string did not extend far, she gave it
a slight jerk, and then vexed at the
roiistiuoe, a savage pull. There was
a howl of agony up-stairs, and tho
gentleman dashed out on ths landing
with an eicqitiimally lurid expression. The sight of a man in his night
garments hnd swearing profoundly,
caused the young lady to frantically
mako for the street, still holding tbe
spool. The cord was strong and the
noose tight, and the gentleman had
either to follow or lose his too. Down
he dashed after the lady, and the
faster hs followed and the more he
yrlled, the harder she ran. The
neighbors came to their doors, and one
gallant gentleman seeing a young lady
pursued on the streets by a raving
maniac, sprang to the rescue and laid
the sufferer out with a Sullivan
whack under the ear. -When he was
flat on the sidewalk, the young lady
for the first time discovered what wns
on the end of her string, add immediately fainted. The toe telephone
haa been given up by the family.
Humbling oii Time.
A lut oi merchant travelers in New
York were watching the time ball about
noon one day with their watches in
their hands, betting as to when it
would drop.
"I've got a watch that never fails
me," laid one, "and I've a. dollar that
says it will drop in four minutes and
a half."
"Done!" says another; "my watch
iys six minutes, and here's my dollar
on yours."
"Both of you are off," chinned in
another, "I've got the regulator, and
she says the ball wilt go down in fire
minutes."
"I've got a wateh and two dollars
For all trouble, of the Throat, us.
Allen'. Lung Balaam. See adv. in an.
other column.
Blank Fobms.—Agreements of Sale,
Leaws, £eeda, and all kinds of blank
forms at T. E. Pearson k Cos.—Adv.
ST All kinds of Measures, tested and
stamped by the inspector, for sale at
E. 8. Scoullar k Co's. inhlSB
Fer diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen'. Lung Balsam. See adv. in
another column.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brawn estate for sale by O. D. BAND.*
Diaries lor 1884 at T. R.Poareon k
Co's.—Adv.
several houses for MlebyCD. RAND.
Wood Turner
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, we Intend making duplication to the
iter Commissioner of Lands and Works
tor permission to purchase tho following
described land on Bowen islnnd in new
Westminster District:
Commencing at tho s. E. corner of land
applied tor Jan. 31, MM, by W.Eaton nnd
J. Hannlon, thence East 40 chains, thence
North 120 chains.-thence West to Bhore
line of Bowen Inland; thenoo southerly,
following shore   line to Eaton * Man-
nloai N. W. corner; ttaenve East to Eaton
AHennlonM N. E. corner, thonco gonth
to chains to point of commencement, containing 800 acres, bo the name more or less,
Royal City Planum Mills Co. (Ld.)
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster, H.C, Jan. 20,1KM. [.TOm2
WHFnldlng	
"WI>FprrlH..7.	
Howse & Hickman,
Wm MuIAan „	
Jas Morrison	
CD Rand.....	
Woods & Turner.....
Columbia stnet
■Columbia street
-Columbia stieei
.Columbia street
....<.....Fwhtst|e*t.
 ...-tort Mood*
•■Columbia street
...Columbia street
...Columbia stree^.
Oeueral Nerehaatt.
Mrs Eckstein	
Mrs Emma Oold
CO Major.	
Wm McColl	
F.FNeW	
WniRm*  Colombia,..«..
Turner, Beeton A Co {wh6lw,e%VictorTa
...Columbia stoat*
...Columbia street
...Columbia street
...Columbia street
Hardware, <U.
Carriage W.rki. ...
Johnston & Smith Columbia Mstet
c.mal.sloa ai.r.luaii..    *
W R Clarke. t».-VlirtoH.
Homer*Son Jr^SjtepJSSS.
Dngfi.L.
?|£»nl8.*Co Columbia .(net
■*-Poc|e Colombia street
Beet, and Bkeu.
It Thomas,.... Columbia street
(lew ud V..d.
Gustav Hanck Front street
Farnltnr..
JOBunto... , Columbia street
John Walsh ...........Columbia street
Dre.MMk«r..
MmoTaylor* Mile Harris .....Columbia rt
Hair Dniiui,
Geo Meade ......Columbia street
Beak., gtatiemwr, «*».
T R Pearson A Co .Columbia stfMt
T R Pearson * Co JTele
Masle.l lutnuuMl. 6
Cross' Musical Agency.  „	
TRrcarwuitCo. Colombia street
:«
Kurt, i Co....
Clgasw.
.. Victoria
.'' l*l«a*M« ■ ' ■**
- Brown *co......... :nCoIumbl»rtrert
W D Fer.-ls (agent) ....Columbia Btreet
Kehoe * Co....... ....Sapperton
U.t.l..
Brighton (Geo Bluck)...................Hartlim
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NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
"That's right. Guido; oome here,
my eats. Miss Mortimer, these are
my lovely Persians — Prince Comne
and my Lady Mufftie. See, they wear
void bells on their blue ribbons, and
have coats na white ns snow; and they
live like a prince and princess of the
'Arabian Nights.' on cream and other
5ood things; are they not beauties?
ind there are my Italian greyhounds,
Carlo and Pietro, and Belle, and my
pet spaniel Fauchette—look at her
ean of floss silk, and her great dumb,
loving eyes. I like dogs' eyes, Mr.
Mortimer; they can only look love
at you, and never frown and be angry.
Look, Guido, Carlo ia trampling the
flower-beds; take them in to Babette.
Good-bye, my lady Mufftie; depart,
away with you all;" and waving imperiously with hor hand, Guido vanished
in an instant, with slender feet scudding after him, and much ringing of
tiny bells,
"And now," said Dudley, advancing
with a smile, "you have beguiled our
time so pleasantly, that we have already trespassed late into the afternoon, and must bid you adieu, with
many apologies for our lengthy visitation."
"Nay," answered Marion, softly,
"we owe you many thanks for your
friendliness " But Eleanor interrupted her oa uaual. "The shadows
are falling in the avenue, and it is
cool and delightful, let us walk down
to the lodge gates with them, and I
can show Mr. Mortimer the brown
cottage by the roadside that I mean
to sketch/'
So we went. Dudley seemed at
first as if inclined to linger by Marion's
side, but Eleanor recalled him by one
of her peremptory gestures, and then
monopolized him the whole way; Marion and I walking behind, talking of
many things.
At last we reaohed the gates, and
then parted, Eleanor kissing me on
eaoh cheek, with foreign vivacity and
freedom; Marion stealing a alow cool
hand iu "mine, and pressing it kindly.
"Adieu," were Eleanor's last words;
"I shall oome to Sunnyside to-morrow."
"Well, Nellie,"
"Well, Dudley?" And then we
broke into a laugh, as I took his arm
and walked down the narrow field-
path.
"Come, I have done all the talking
for you this afternoon; it is your turn
now." ■
"Assuredly you have done your
part; how well you can talk when you
like, Dudley, and how handsome my
plain boy looked to-day, by way of a
change."
"Not much of an Adonis; Nell, but
well enough as to thews and sinews,
and the strength that makes up a man;
bnt how about our fair Prioresses? are
they not an acquisition to bur little
circle?"
"Undoubtedly. Did you ever see
such a bewildering, fascinating creature ns this wonderful Eleanor? But
I admire Marion's grave beauty more."
"She » the more admirable of the
two, for she is the more worthy—that
is, a good woman, Nellie."
"I nm sure of it; it was the sweet
seriousness of her face and voice that
attracted me so that first evening, und
which I have never forgotten. In her
presence one feels better, and less
selfish, with broader views of men
and things; it is a rest even to look
at her."
"So I felt," he answered, quietly.
"Eleanor's vivacity bewildered and
surprised me, she was such a beautiful, capricious child; but when one
turned to Marion, one addressed a
woman, who, while she commanded
liking, exacted reverence." (And won
love, I could have answered, but wisely
held my peace.) "And then, what a
mother she is to Eleanor; with what
tender care she seems to watch over
her. Such affection as hers, Nellie, is
delightful to witness."
"It is little short of idolatry," I
returned. "Did you notice the tone
in which she always uttered her name?
Eleanor is to Marion sister, child,
everything in life, and Heaven grant
that she may always reward her love."
"Amen," he returned, musingly;
and then we saw Bruce in the distance coming to meet us, and then we
had it all over again.
, The following afternoon I was not
surprised, when Bruce went to tho
faetory, that Dudley lingered behind
under a prtjp of finishing a little
carpentering job that I had asked hiin
to do some days ago; and shouldering
his hammer, went up whistling with
Bill at his heels. Neither was ita
great astonishment to me when he
came down ten minutes afterwards,
looking fresh and well-brushed, with
his diamond ring on, and announcing
casually that "the Miss Vivians were
crossing the meadows and bearing
down upon the house," went out into
the garden to pick a narcissus for liis
button-hole; but somehow as I stood
and watched him do it, my heart felt
suddenly ss heavy as lead.
Five minutes- more, and then there
was a rustling of silks, an odor of
otto of rose, and Elesnor entered in
her -drooping hat and feathers, and
Marion followed har.
"Set, we have kept our promise,
and crossed the Rubicon," she said;
then, seating hersolf on the couch,
and looking round her—
"The turn is not so unsightly within, it is homerlike, and this room is
pretty and sweet with flowers; yes,"
nodding her head—"I shall come
again; you are good people, and kind,
Oh, there is Mr. Mortimer! Come,
Hr. Mortimer, I havo been praising
Sdnnyside, and now you must show
mo the garden."
So they went, and Marion arid I
sat by the open window, and watohed
them disappear through tho shrubbery;
and just ae we were in the midst of
an Interesting conversation, Eleanor
again burst in, her hands lull of flowers, her curls streaming loosely under
her hat* end her eyes shining brightly.
, "Oh, such an orchard, Marlon,
with a little gypsy beauty in it gathering buttercups; and Mr. Mortimer
Iim promised that I am to come tomorrow and sketch it, and Rill is to
be put in, in a scarlet oloak and hood,
and that ugly rough dog with the nice
lle*e«^islobeput^nittoo.,,
"It wiiimahe a very pretty pioturo,"
said Dudley; "and the promise is that
It le to be Nellie'e and to be called
'little Bed Riding-hood.' Don't vou
think your sister is too lavish in her
generosity, Mies Vivian?"
Be bad taken the seal beside her ss
hi apoke,^ «il Eleanor had tossed her
flowen down, and was drawing on
herlktieeoent^tfovee.
'•Ho», Mr, Mortihter, I em ready.
We are gftiog to eee theohurch, Marion; it ie in the old Notmen style of
MthttMtnM, and hie "■* wrious
serving, and some rare old bookt-a
chained Bible, and a chalice set with
pearls—you come, and Miss Nellie
too; don't keep me waiting, or we shall
miss the best light."
I thought both Dudley and Misa
Vivian obeyed Eleanors imperious
command rather reluctantly, so I enticed her across to the parsonage first,
to ask for the keys, ana was glad that
Mr. Egerton detained us for a few
minutes in the study, to show her some
old prints; and when we came out we
found the others lingering in the porch',
apparently well pleased with each
other's company.
When Eleanor had finished her survey, and exhausted her vocabulary of
admiring epithets, and quaint, out-of-
the-way remarks, both sisters took
their leave, Dudley politely escorting
them to their own gates.
I loitered along about the lane, hoping he would return, and tell me what
ho thought of our new acquaintances
on* the second visit; but as he did not
appear, I at last came to the conclusion
that he had taken the other path to
the factory.
What was my astonishment, then,
when Bruce came in alone to ten, and
asked me what on earth had become of
Dudley, fur he had not seen him the
whole afternoon.
"You don't mean it!" I exclaimed;
"then he has boen at the Priory all
this time."
"There he comes to answer for himself," cried Bruce; "how now, partner ?
what means this escapade? shirking
work for the whole afternoon!"
But Dudley leant silently over my
chair, with an inconceivably mischev-
ous expression.
"Where have you been, Dudley ?"
"In the Priory garden, Nellie.'
"What have you been doing there,
sir?" f
"Talking gravity with the elder and
mirth with the younger sister. Come,
cease your oateohism, Sis, for your boy
is famishing with hunger, and dying
for a cup of tea. Have you managed
without me, Bruce?"
"No, I have workod everything into
a tangled skein fur you to unravel tomorrow. Bother the shop; tell us
something now. Whicli is the favorite
sultana, old fellow ?"
"Ask Nellie—she. knows; she peers
into all my secrets, and reads my
thoughts better than I do myself. Uo
and see them for yourself, Bruce, and
tell me which you admire most, and I
will take the other; never mind your
Highland lassie—
" 'Out of sicht is out of mind
With money folk we find!'"
'Fie, Dudley, what heresy; don't
listen to him, Bruce.   My opinion is,
'It is well to be off with the auld love
Before you are on with the new I'
And if I vere you, I would not go near
the Priory beauties, for they are certain to be 'Scylla and Chary bdis' to
you and Katie. Kntie, bonnie and
true, is worth all of them."
Both the young men laughed, but
Bruce colored and looked conscious
and adjourned the conversation as
speedily aa he could.
Later iu the evening I observed
Dudley smiling over his open page,
and stealing to his side, I found it was
Herwald's favorite translation of Tor-
quato Tasso that he was reading.
"What! is it you, Nellie? Look
here, Ib not this an apt illustration of
curtain friends of ours ?—it struck me
as so quaint in its coincidences;" and,
kneeling beside him, I rend the passage ho pointed out:
"I saw two ladies once—illustrious, rare,
One a sad care; her beauties at midday
In clouds conceal'il;--the other, bright
and gay,
Glndden'd, Aurora-like, earth, sea, and
air.
One hid her light, lest men Bhould call
her fair,
And of her paises no reflected ray
Suffer'd to cross her own selcstial way;
To charm and to bo charm'd the other's
care.
Yet this her loveliness vell'd not so well,
But forth it broke; nor could the other
show
All hers, which wearied mirrors did not
tell.
Nor of this ono could I be silent,
though .
Bidden in ire, nor that one's triumphs
swell;
Since my tired verse, o'crtask'd, refus-
cid to flow."
"Coincident indeed," I murmured,
and was about to continue my comments, when Dudley, rising, suddenly
closed the book.
And so the summer passed rapidly
away, laden with frosh interests ana
diversified by new and startling events.
First, there were the continental letters so eagerly loosed for, and read
with such pleasurable excitement, rousing the quiet spirits of Sunnyside by
amusing incidents of travel, and descriptions of the world of nature and
art;—Louie's, tender, wifely, loving,
breathing the fruition of a perfected
happiness; Herwald's ardent, devoted,
blissful, and full of praise that his.
beautiful bride excited in the cities of
Europe. And ever as I mused over
bis glowing sentences, that passage
from the "Daydream" seemed to
haunt my lips—
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new k-wds
■ consisting in part of
JD—\—-   0-003DS,
•Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
Port Moody!
FOR SALE!
O. Gk
'   t i  ■„ -i I ' YTi)
T1MRS0MC0
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, 6. C.
-saa
■ WINE 4V. SPIRIT MEROHANT,*
—1MP011TF.RH ABB DEALF.BN IH—
Books,
"And o'er the hills, and far away,
Beyond their utmost purple rim
Beyond the night, across the day,
Beyond their utmost purple rim
syond the night, across the day,
Through all the world she followed
him."
r
Ah, Loot Queen Loo! so loving and
beloved, what can Fate do more for
you than she has done?
And then from time to time came
Miliy's letters, telling me of brisk
happy toil, of moorland walks with
Hubert, and quiet evenings with
Arthur: how they had both agreed to
wait till Arthur had taken orders, and
could marry them himself; and how
the' parsonage was already being,fitted
up for its little mistress.
And then there was intercourse with
the Priory, whioh seemed to infuse
new life into us, an intercourse which
was ripening day by day into friendship, warm even if it were sudden and
impulsive.
Every day we met, at first by chance,
afterwards with full understanding;.!
while a variety of pleasant excursions
gave zest to our somewhat monotonous
life.
Now it was a strawberry feast, or.
as the season grow later, a woodland
nutting; now a fern-gathering in dells
and dingles, and a gypsy tea at "Abbey
Farm;" a moonlight row on the river,
to the music of Eleanors guitar; or a
garden fete at the Priory, while the
sisters ever made Sunnyside thoir constant resort, Eleanor sketching in the
Fronting on the best portion of the harbor, suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.     ~"
"Val-aaTol© Land      y
On tho harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing purposes,
advantages given.
By the acre, in favorable positions, olose
to the terminus. ,
Town lots and land in the City and District of New Westminster.
In.teaa.dlaig' Investors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
no7] V. 0. Box 39. te.
ONCE   MORE
TO THE MIT!
WILLIAM RAE
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
thank the citizonB of New West*
minster for the good services they rendered at the late nre, whereby a considerable portion of his stock was saved.
He wishes also to thank the Imperial
Fire Insurance Co., of London, for the
tirompt manner in which his claim for
oss was settled.
WILLIAM RAE
Has now recommenced business in
Next tlio Holbrook Stone Building, Columbia Street,
Where will be found
stook of
a very complete
orchard,  or filling     .
while Marlon ana I sat and worked.
my flower-vases,
! sat and «
happy in each other's company.
(To be Continued.)
T R, Pearson ft Co. have just opened
out a very large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of Kng
land common prayer and hymn books.
They are the finest ever shown in the
city.-rAdv.
-r- *»■■'
There is nothing ■ equal to Mother
Craves' Worm Exterminator for destroying worms,
Dry Goods!
—INCLUDING	
Millinery,
Dress Materials,
Flannels,
Blankets,
Cottons,
Sheetings,
Tickings,       ,
Gents' Furnishings,
Hosiery,
Haberdashery, &c.
GROCERIES!
 INCLUDING	
Sugars, Teas,
Flour, Syrup,
Canned Goods,
Of Evory Description,
Star Sugar-cured Hams,
Bacon, &c.
QLASSWAREI
TABLE SETS,
TUMBLERS,
GLASSES; fto.
EARTHENWARE I
A large and complete aaaortment.
—-..ALSO-	
BRUSHES, BROOMS, STONE JARS,
AND WOODENWABE.
Most ol the Steak b new, and first-
class, and prices will be found very
moderate.
WM. RAE,
Lundbom'. Block, Columbia St.
 (jaMte)
NOTICE.
AFTER 90th OCTOBER, IMS, NO
freight will be recoived or delivered
after 6 p. m. on New Westminster
Wharf.
THOMAS L. BRIGGS,
Agent New We.tmin.ter Wharf.
.    (ooMtO)
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'! *  "
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool Skirts,.
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KJD    GLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
LACES,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies' Hemstitched   Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
width;, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assort-,
ment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety.
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
■ hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries q Provisions t
gSFGoods delivered free of
charge In any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
Cor.ColMbUiMar/Sts,,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
(eollto) '
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,  and  second  to  no '
House in British Co.
'urnbia.
-SOLE AGENTS FOR—
Tne Henry F. MIllerPiEiiio,
Of Boston,
Tbe Dominion Organ,
Of BowmantlU., Out,,
And agents for aU tho leading Amorican
PIANOS & ORGANS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly, and cheaply
as at any other establishment in the
Province.
—AGENTS FOB—
Confederation Life Anuntnea Co.,
North British and Comimrolal Fin
Imuranw Co.,
London A Lancaihlre Firo Injur-
mm Co.
 Agent, for Fiiet-Class—
Fl ul BDEAWBlf UI8
BlirriXfi   RKCKIFT8,
BUDS! HOBHiaiS,
■IUB CV MM,
CUSTOM JOCBIILAHKB,
tUBIB,;n01I.RMH,
ORDERS, RK01IPT8,
And all kinds ef Blank Books and Blank
Forms on hand.
U7
BEGS TO INFORM THK RE8ID-'
ents of New Wwtmiustor and viola*
ity tbat he is constantly receiving front
Europe shipments of uliolcu    ',
Wines,
Spirits,
-AU the Leading-
MEW8PAPER8
-AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly renired. Sulanriptions taktn
(or aay PnhUoation at lowest retes.
sT We import direct from
tureie, aad canmt be undersold la this
Privtocl.    I '  ' .''','. „■,
T.B. PEABSON & 00..
COLUMBIA   STREET,
Sew Weatmioster, B, 0.
(feMo)
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and     '
Dublin Stout,
Which he vill supply.    -
IN BO! or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Salt Customers.
Also, In constant receipt, direct from
VI. A. Gllbi-'s,  London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOIVMSIA   BIBaBI,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
Canadian Pacific Railway
NEW .SCHEDULE
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseer. $125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen.... 13 CO to (4 00 t" day
Earth Foremen... 2 SO to  3 IW    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 80 to  4 60    "
Bridge Carpenters,
.1st olass  3 SO "
Bridge Carpenters',
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons V 60 to  8 80    "
Stono Cutters.... 3 00 to  3 60    "
Blacksmiths,   lst
clan  3 80 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
olass  3 00 •"
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to  200    "
Drillers;  2 00 to 2 25    ••
Laborer.  I 75 to 2 00    "
Hover., 1st class  3 80 "
Chopper., 1st class 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, lst olass   2 80 "
All mtsMo labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chat Tools.        '
AU Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
. Boarding Houses will be convenient
along tho Lino. .Board-** por week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board In the Company's Hooks,
Wages will be neld monthly, on the
10th el eaoh month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
Qknebai. Masai™.
Orr|nt 6» ths Coktbjwitobs,
OiXaDUK PAOino Ranwar, •
Yale, March 1,1888.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
ATIEWWBTMIH8TER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL DE RECEIVED BYTHE
CMIAWM PAOIFIO MVIUTIOH M. (LIMITED)
Kaeent on their own. Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be' had atT.B,
Piaksok k Cc's, New Westminster.
epll   .     JOHN mvmo, Manager.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
•-  Piiovincui. .Secretary's Office,
20th Febuary, 1884.
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SEC-
tion 10 of the "Mineral Aot, 1884,"
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council has been pleased to order that
Section 0 of the said Aot shall not have
effeat in those portions of the Province
known as tho Electoral Districts of Cassiar, Kootenay ond Cariboo, By com-
maud. JOHN ROBSON,
mhS-lnt   ■      Provincial Secretary.
NOTIOE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
QEPARATK SEALED TENDERS, pnp-
BrAitAifj oB/u-iKiUTj-ijuiEKB, prop-
erly endorsed, will bo received by the
Honorable the Gblcf Commissioner of
Lunds nnd Works vp to Noon on MON-
uny, tbo 24th Inst, for certain work required in tbo construction and improve*
ment of tho Wagon Road between Fort
Moody nnd New Westminstor, In two sections.
Specifications enn be seen and forms of
tendor obtained at tho Lands and Works
office, Victoria, or at tlie office of the Government Agont, ut Now Westminster.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. a GORE, Sur.-Genl.'
Landsand Works Dept., Victoria, R. O.,
10th March, 1884. mh!2-td.
ffiSTIffl.
■VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
±% we intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands arid Works
for permission to purchase -01 acres of1
land situated lit New AVestmlnstsr District, near MolasplnaStraits, described as
follows)   Commencing, at the northeast
comer of Lot ISO, G. I; thence cast <*)
chains; thenoo north 00 chains; thenco
{west 80 chains; thence south 60 chains, to
point of commencement.                •   '
Moodyvij.lk Sawmill Co. (pi.)
R. P. RITHET. Sec.
- February 8th, MM. '	
NOTIOE
TABLE
Showing the dates and places mi
Courts of Assise. Nisi Pr1»t and
Oyer and Terminer far the year
1884.
SPRING ASSIZES.
(oh Vamcoovkr Island.)
Victoria........ Monday.- '..'., 7th April.
Nanaimo .Wednesday -Ith Jane.
(On MaiM'Ano.)
NewWestmlnstorr.Wodnesday,... 7th May.
Yale ;. Monday lOthMay.
Kamloops Friday, SOth May,
Clinton, Saturday, 7tli.Tune.
.    FALL  ASSIZES.
|On Vancouver Island.]
Vlotorla,....„.,.Monday,. 24th November.
Nanaimo Wodneauny, 3rd December,
[On Mainland.]
Richfleld, ...Monday,... 8th September.
Clinton, Tuesday.. 30th R.-plember.
Kamloops W'dn'sday Sth October.
Lytton, Saturday,..18th October.
Yalo, Saturday...25th October.
Now West., .W'dn'sdfly,12th November.
20th January, 1881. fo2tc
BRITISH COLUMBIA
-AND-
HOMES fO" EMIGRANTS.
Tlio Government of  British Columbia
, has entabliahed an % .
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all persons wishing to obtain an*
thentio information about tbe country
aro advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and i(a resources will be
supplied free uf chargo on application.
PersonB wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, are invited to place themselves
in communication with tne Agent. Particulars should be furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court Houso Building, Mar*
ket-Scjimro, New Westminster, B. C.
je20tc]
Immigration Ageut.
NOTIOE
TO ARCHITECTS.
mHK HON. THK CHIEF COMMISSION-
J. erof Lands and Works hereby invltei
Architect* to submit, on or before tho 10th
May noxt (competitive) Plans and Sped*
fictitious, and Estimates of Cost, based upon the subjoined data, for tho construction of n Gaol to bo erected In the Oity of
New Westminstor. British Columbia:
SITE—The site is Isolated and slopes to
tho south, with a full of about one foot in
eight feet,
FRONT—Tho front elevation will face
the south.
UATERIALS-The materials used tn
construction will include stone for foundation, brick for walls, wood, iron, etc, etc.
OAPACITY-The building must be of
sufficient size to contain one hundred
prisoners; colls must be suitable for
either one, or more than two prisoners;
there must be nt least four dork or punishment colls.
Also, quarters for one warden, officers'
rooms, kitchens, laundry, store-rooms,
offices and other essentials.
REQUISITES — The general arrange*
ment and disposition of the component
Earts of tho building must be with A view
> security and convenience, modern Improvements In ventilation and mode of
heating; water must bo laid on and means
of extinguishing tire provided! gas will
not bo used. *
COST—Tho cost of the building complete
Inclusive of all charges, must not exceed
twenty thousand dollars (120,000).
Plans and Spoolfleatlons must be signed
with a Homrfc plume and accompanied by
o sealed lottor containing the true name
and Address of the Architect.
The Architect of the design which may
_c adopted (If any) will be paid the usual
commission If the work Is carried out un-
bo adopted (If any) will be paid the usual
commission If the work Is carried out under his supervision, or lie will be paid five
hundred dollars ($600) without suporln-
doncv, us may be agreed upon or decided
by the Govcrnmonf.
Tho Architect whoso design ts doomed
next In order of merit will be paid the
HumofSiuo, Rejected designs will bero-
turncd. W. S. GORE, Bur.-Gonl.
Lands nnd Works Dept., Victoria, to. C.',
8th March, ISM. mhWtd
WEIBHTS AND MEASURES
-AsOt, 1879.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JT that the Inspector of Weights and
Measures has arrived in Now Westminster
to carry out tho first Inspection under the
above Aet. .
The attention of all persons using:
weights, measures mid weighing machines
for business purposes Is eallcd to the provisions of the above Act and they are Informed that the Weights and Measures
office has been established In tho Pott
Office Building, Columblastreet, when all
Information ean be obtained,
H.R.GOOD,
Inspector of Weights and Measures.
New West., Feb, SMh, 1884.      [mhMe.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
INPilOOATB.
IntheGoodiofALFRED itASTBRS,
A U HMMI   iM-aa*.*  «• the
A late ALFaao alAsrsM. formerly ol
Qianvlllo. In the Vlstrlotor New Westminster. Pbyslotan, deeenaed. who died Intestate, are hereby required to pay inch In-
dclitcdnes. to Messrs. Wood. *Turn.raf
New Westminster, forthwith. All pemonS
having claims asalntt the Ritate ot the
said deMawdaro hereby notlfled to send
postpaid, addressed to, me, at New Westminster, full particular, thereof, dulr
verlllKl, before the first dny 9fAj-J- —
roof, duly
after which I shall pmeeeiil to _ 	
the said Estate and will not he liable for
any olalmS of whioh I shall not then nave
notice.
Bated this SMh dny of January, A. D.
1681. H. A. JENN8,
JnftOtd Administrator.
q0MPP-AJsr"ir
(UMirui)),
Carrying H, M. Mails and
B. 0i Stress,
l«»«VicUrl*forNewWcitttiHii'eTi
TUESDAYS k FRIDAYS at 7 a.m.
tent lewWMMnterlbr Victoria,
]  WKDKK8DAY8* SATURDAYS, at
I  7 a. m. ■. .
THOS. I. BBIGOS,
. Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE COMW.
I Ou> Broad St, and 16 Pall Mail,
LONDON.,
iNSTiTtrrisp ieo8.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ship. In Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
.Cargoes ol such Vessels; also, Shins building and repairing, Bargee and other Yes
sets on navigable rivers and eanalsi and
Goods on board auoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and iu Foreign
Countries,
nOM 1088 OR DMUfil BY Tlit.'
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•61,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every Information ean be obtained on application to
W.J. ABMSTB0N6,
Agent for New Westminster.
DR. SPINNEY* & CHS
DISPENSARY*
NO. 11KEAEKEYSTEEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI,
DR. HPINNET, woll known ulhalbsn.
der of tb* Hontml, (O. K.) Meiltesl lmtl>
tatt, and lata Proprietor of the SFINNSYVILUI
INFIRMARY, would moil rnpectfally tnftna
hia patients and the affllrted generally, that be
■Ult continues to treat chronic ahtt nerfone din'
taieo with unparalleled bumcm.
LatoiBfi Alio auminit.
Reaetnbor that procrutinntlon It the thief of
timeeo
OOM1 ANft BB HBJOSD.
It matters not wbat your troubles may bt, cent*
aud let th* Doctor ciamlne your ease." It will
.coat you nothing for coueultatlon, eo pleej* nil
amlaatlify yourwlvfe whether-the Doctor under-
standi your ciue. It lie can cure you ht will tell
yon aoi If not, he will tell you that, for ba will
sot undertaken caie uulen he Ueonfldent of ef.
Acting a cure.
Parlies nt a dlitance wtintag treatment, by
eendlng ISA and a minute description of their
troubles will receive In return a fill tmm ol
treatment securely packed eo ai net to excite cu.
rtarfty.
DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to torfclt fjvt
Hundred Dollars for every case of any kind or
character which he undertakes and (kite fo cure.
P. H.—For diieasM of abort etandlng. a fill
coiree of medidnos, auffldent for a cure, with
all Initractloni, will be lent to any address en
receipt of $10;
Caller Addrom
Dr. SPIKNBY * CO.,
I M-ly     No. II Kearney-it., Ban raaucbwo,Cal.
BR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE' DISPBMIAirr,    .
M)i Kearny St.. Ims Francises, Cal*
bmtunu ro* nkScmnrte ass Shut Odss
or Ostosio, Nntvoei an Bnous.E	
V) regular graduated Physician, educated nt
Bowdols College and llnivardty of. Michigan. Ur
haa devoted a lifetime to Ibe study'of lbs treat
II*
THE BIPKBT SPECIALIST,
T.R. ALLKN, A8 18 WILL KNOWN, IB A
—ulsr —-'--*-' •-—--'--   -'—•-* -k
Colli
 l#ds„  __, ,.	
ment aud cure of dieeasta within hie specialty.
ITOXTKOt- mWWakt
And MIDDLE AORD URN, wtwawsstTering Item
theetfcete of Youthful Indfecretloni or fctcwHS
lu maturer yearf.Nssvous and Phtoou DntutT.
Iwortsoi, Lost Manhood, oonfaitoq of Ideu,
dull eyee, amnion to society, deepoudancy, pirn-
pleaou the face, loss of energy and memory, frequency of urinating, etc.
MY HOSPITAL KXPVRIBITOB
(Having been surgeon In charge bf two leading
hMpltele) enables aa to treat all prlvato troubles
with excellent rtaulte. 1 wlita It dliHwtl/Under-
stood that I do not claim to perform ImposslblU-
to have mlracnloue or eupernatural power,
only to bo a iklllful andeueceaiful Pbysl*
 d Burgeon, thoroughly informed in my
specialty—
^ DISEASES OF  MART.
All applying to me will receive my honest
opinion of thoir'cwnpIalnte-No experimenting. I
will guarantee s poeltlvt cure In every case 1 undertake, or forfeit $1,00*1. Coniultatlon In omc*
or by letter rats and itrlctly private, Charges
reasonable. Thorough exatnlnatlotf, iDClusTsg
chemical and mlmscoplaal atwlyets of urine, sad
advice, ft.00. Office Wire, 0 io 8 dally, 0 te I
evening.  Sunday. 0 to 13 only.  Call or address
DR.   ALLS*,
tsjfj Kearney etreet, Ban francboo, Osl.
tf Remember, tbe Doctor has s VSOSMSIS
Oiaronn, tb* ressli of awny ytwt of special
practice end hard etudy, which, under hie specie!
advice, hss never foiled of MMceee Id tha con of
Lost Mrtsow, fh-mfospui, ate.
IBB GREAT ENGLISH 1EIEDY
Isaosr.ijl'allleg
Cor.'fer Herf-
og.Dibllltjr.b-
.h.usted Vitality
efanjrkiad,
Wmsohi, Psr.
aljrsls, Proita. .
tarr>o.a.and all
tn. ttribl. ef.
--..,:.. ,.i .—„..- „,,, "Wtsofjeeiliftil
fetlUs. aad ««UH In m.tur.r j..rs.
ji. nam win .,». t. r.rf.ii
rhe Hniretl Milan for • «.< ol
tht. tin* m. Tltal Besterttlte (oa-lsr
bis sveelal advice and treatB.at) will net
cere, ~ for aiTtblri Intnare er Inlif leal
foaad le It. BI. MIRflH >r»n all DU.
easu taoctsiftillr without a.rearj-.
Mlllllttln free. Tboreeib nantl-
nation and ed.iee, $5-00, Pilcef TIUU
iNMrttlTC, *s-00 a bottle, er (bar
times tbe qu.nlltjr, tlO-OOi Hot to najf
address open renlptof prliVorO.O.D„
..car. from obinv.tlea, and In jirltale'
nan.   " *"     "*
nam. K duind, bjt A. I. lIHTIIi
I In pri
I. Jul
Tboi. »bo taanot visit U. MIKTII
laS.oPranolioosboold ..nd a fall and
■Innt. statrm.nl el tbelr troabln vltb
$30-00, and In retain a full courts ef
Medicine will be fon.rded, eeeareljr
p.ok.4. so is not to exelte eorlolltj. ■'•:■
All orders for madloln. 0.0. D, mast
b. accompanied with ll.00(«ia ,o.r-
ant., of good fslth), wblcb fill b. d..
dueled »ben th. tisek.,. Is .hipped.
8AMPLR BOTTLU NIM.-Sent en
application b,j letter slallni •japinmi,
set and age. Comamnlt.tlosl etriet4f
eealdratlal.    . 'afll'lv
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aa-iuttte,M.

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