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Array Provincial Secret o
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—in ruiiLiiinED—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
"~hi-
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Edi-
immimu Business department throw T. r.
Peahsoh & Co-s. Book & Stationery Store.
Tj6lli''..*lj Mnll, S3 s year i 11 50 for 0 mew.,
%1'fer 3 mo,. ( iiayoble In Advance. Ilellvoreil
liy Carrier or Agent, St per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
,A0ENT3:
T. N. HlBBEN & Cs. VlOTOniA.
Wd Harrison Yale.
LP. FISHER A'lverll.IeK AROlit, 31 Merclinnt'e
Kxelinnge, Bnn PranolMO, tsimttldrlBeotoreceive
AdvortlHement. fer till, |m|)Or.
TUIC   HADED   nuy lie li.nnrl on Ilie nt
I Mo r ArBn »•■»■ >'. nowe.it * ix-.
News|m|ier AdvertlNlng ttnrenn (10 gemce St.),
where ailvartlaing contract, mny be made for it In
NEW VOUK.
Wm fvitislt CohtmbiiUt.
^ninnliiy .Horning, Deo, 9, 1883.
British
mbian.
VoLtrans as -
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1882.
NUMBER 44
Hop Culture.
Kent bad long Iron {unions for
tb hops; but Ken'ish bops now
exist chiefly in history. 'Sliete is
not on tlm face of tlie earth a
country better adapted for hop-
culture than British Columbia,
California ned Oregon are better,
Washington Tecilo-y is better sli".
Biil-'sb CoIamb;i is still belli.".
As you rome iiorl'i tbeclinialea|i
pears to bo more fitvouble for il.
We have befo'-e us u vcy i ntei t ,1! ivi
paper on tbe subjeot of hop-raising,
with sYiecia1 iefe'ence to the i-it.c anil
prog-'eii of the industry ia'Oa'.itoi-
nia. After g^inj a stetoh ot the
methods of hop eu'tu-c. it says:
"Daniel Flint, the p'onr-or liop-
growet' of the Paoiffc Coast, b'tvjp-i
tbe busiress in 1858 ou a small
ranch one and a ha"f miles from
Kuo-.imento, on the rUerside rond.
The first er.peiintent consisted of
one and a half acres. Tlie total
acreage in Suc-amenlo county this
year will i-eacb about 700, w iib a
product of 7,000 bales, equal to 1,-
200,000 lbs." Now tbe reader wi"
sre tbat these Ogtttes^ive a >t sve-s-e
yield of 1714 lbs. to tbo oc-ie. Tne a
is e:cel!ent authority for curing
that our c'itnate ai-d soil, or io be
Vnore accu-ute, we bavecHmaleard
toil eupable of producing au ave'1130
crop of 2,500 lbs. to tbo acre. Hops
this year are worth ahout SI.00 a
poind; but tbat is altogether exceptional; Talring one year with
another, probably 30 cents a poind
woti'd be considered a fait- ave'-nge,
That would give an annual cop
woith 1750 to tbo ace. A snug
little bop fs-m of 20 ac.i-s wouU
thus pioduco $15,000 a yea'-. The
figmv.1 may at first i-'gtit appear excessive, but ca'cful examination will
allow them to be moderate. Nor
does a 20-uc e hop-farm involve large
or expensive ope alions. With tlie
exception of the hat-vest iv™, tbe
ojieraliObs would not exceed llio-.e of
nu oitlirai-y fai-tb, Tbo ploking
woo'd undoubtedly involve a "spin-ti"
but it would all be dore iu a few
days and would not involve tnnch
expenditure. Tn this climate co m-
tewal of aced'in*'wott'd betece^
8ary, as thee is ro Such Ihi-g as
throwing up llio i-ools by f-os'.
Very little cu'tiration would l;cep
-the rootn vigorous ni-d ersu-o ft'
crops every year. Tliti'o ine in this
part of British Columbia lauds eminently adapted for liopcuHine, and
tlie facilities for sbippirg. good row,
will be greatly imp.oved with tlio
completion of railway i.ouiaionii.t
tiou. We know of ro iidnsiiy olli-i-
it:g a atlioi- or hn-ger icwa-il than
kopDillltli-o in the Va'ley of  tiie
lower Fm:.er, aid wc feel that we
-re quite justiiied in advising lliu 0
pornesirg a taste for tbat sort of
thirg to put up their "poles'' aiul
It
{Supreme Court.
(Hon. Mr. Jtfl'IcoO onie prenltjlng,)
I Tuesday, Nov, 28,
The Judge look hia sent at ltd. in.
Joe, an Indian, charged with
HAPB AND MCKDER
in an Indian woman named Emma,
vas placed in the doc!;, and pleaded
Not Guilty.   Mr. Dole appeared for
lie prisoner, and after chullun-;i.,g a
arge number of jurors, the panel was
ompleted, Mr. E. A. Sharpe being
liosen ai foreman.     The evidence,
hioh wot very tedious, disolosad lhe
dlowiiiy foots: On the mowing of tbo
Uth Oct. last, 4 Indians from Moody-
ilie, naifrod Jake, Johnny, Jimmy,
oo, aud ah Indian woman named An-
eamo over tb' near Hastings and
lilt a firo,, Joo wanlted to got soiite
pior,   After trying for somo time
ey got two bottles of gin from Harry
irltins, at  the  Inlet.   They paid
,60 for each bottle,   Coming back
the ftt'e Joe opened the bottles with
white-handled pocket knife.   Thii*
knife belonged to Johnny, who lent it
for the purpose of opening the bottles.
Emma, Jake's sister, who lives at
Maxoy's, joined the parly, and llicy
all helped to drink both bottles. Annie
was dead drunk, and wanted to go
homo. But sho couldn't walk, and
they had to carry her down to the
canoe, whero they left hoi*. Emma
then wanted to go home, but was too
drunk. Jake 'and Joe curried her a
short distance from the wagon road,
and laid her under a tree, covering
her willi a shawl to keep her warm.
After n whilo lhey started for home.
Joe, howover, wouldn't: go in the
canoe, but declared that lie >vas going
to Bee Emma, and sfrirtiii oil' in tho
direction whore she was left. The
rest of the parly, e:;cept llio women,
tlien went over to Moodyville. Jake
told his mother that his two Bisters,
Annie and Emma, were lying on the
other side dead drunk. About 0
o'clock at nMit Jake's mother sent
liim over to look after them. Ho
came and, going up to Emma, folt hur
hand and found she was dead. He at
eiice returned- home and found Joo,
whom lie told that Emma was dead,
Joe said nothing. No::t morning
Jake's father Was going over to get
tlio body, but Joo came to the houso
aud udvisod him nut to go. If they
went over lo -?,et the body in daylight
they would get into (rouble and all go
To jail. Ho advised them to wait till
dark and then hide the body snmo-
wliero. He also instructed his companions to Bay, if tho hody was found,
that it was Emma wlm procured tho
liquor, and that when they left her
b)io hud 4 inches of gin in her -hoi tie,
Ho had been ih eourf buforei he said,
and had always got off by telling lies.
Constable Miller received certain information upon wliich he made a
search and found tlie body uf Emma,
lying ou hur back, with her dollies
torn and disarranged, leading him to
believe that a struggle had taken place.
On her breast ho found a white-handled knife which was afterwards identified as tho one with whieh Joe opened
the bottles. The knife must have
boon ulaced Hum) when sho was lying.
down; if she had stood up it could nut
havo remained in that position, On
the (Josh whero the knife lay, there
was a mark as if tho bundle of the
knife had been pressed against the
body. The cuns^able had tlio body removed, and noiilied Coroner Trow,
who held an iin'iiesr. The five Indians
who had been in Emma's company
were arrested, nnd afier fife impiest
Joe was arrested on the corutieVs warrant. The principal -witnesses were
Constable Miller, Jake, Johnny, and
Uoroner Trew's evidence respecting
the inquest and post-mortem. The
coroner gave it as hia decided opinion
that death had resulted from suSbca-
tton, and stated that both arms were
considerably discolored, indicating
that she had beon roughly 'hail died before death. Tho witnesses for prisoner
were not of hfiporinuco.
The cose for ilie defenco closed at
0 o'clock, aftor whieh Mr. MacElmdii
addressed tho jury, followed by Mr.
Bole for the defence iii a very able
address occupying nearly nn hour.
His Honor the Judge fwllowed wiih
u lucid charge, loaning strongly towards conviction, if not for murder, at
least for. manslaughter. At 8 o'clock
the jury retired, and rotnrued at !):40
with a verdict of acquittal—a verdict
which seemed, to take many nfjoplo by
surprise. Tho prisoner himself appeared unable to comprehend the fact that
ho was not guilty, but finally bowed to
the superior intelligence of the jury.
After receiving the verdict somowhat
grullly tho Court udjournod.
Wednesday, Nov, SO,
The Shcriir placed, with considerable
dignity and emphasis, a bran new ballot-Im:; no tho table, lacquered a
brownish purple color. His Honor
tho Judge took his seat on the Bench
at 10:30, exactly half an hour after the
time appointed, and did not tine anybody fur being late I
Before proceeding to rogulur business His Lordship, turning to that officer, ami assuming u tone of irony, said,
"Mi. Sheriff; thoso jurors who, last
nii/lit, experienced so much ditliculty
and look so much time in agreeing
upon their verdict, are entitled to a
respite. Vou will, therefore, omit
thoir names to-day."
The case of tho Queen against John
Hall for shooting au Indian woman at
Burrard Thiol last month, was called
and the prisoner having been arraigned aud entered tho plea of not guilty,
a jury was empanelled. Shioo.i challenges woro made by Mr, Bole, who
appeared for the defense, and half as
many by Mr. MucElnion, who appeared for the Crown.
Mr." MacElmon briefly Btated tho
case, and proceeded to call his witnesses, Tho first nnd principal witness was Peter Caldor, and liis examination occupied the Court, till 1
o'clock, when a. recess for lunch was
taken.
Culiler'** evidence was substantially
as follows:—
Witness lived with and worked for
Hall (prisoner). On 17th Hall brought
home seven bottles of whisky, and a
"sproe" onnued, projecting into 18th.
S, Decker, a neighbor, helped drink
tho whisky. Ho loft about 4 o'clock
on evening of 18th. About noon that
day "Dish," alias Mary, an Indian
woman who did our washing, and who
was Hall's mother-in-law, came with
another Woman. About 6 o'clock iu
the evening, while milking Hall's cows,
his little girl came and told witness
"Dish" hn(F taken somo money. Witness went over and saw Hall nt the
"("oiitituiui! on Third IMgo,)
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Colii*i3. • St., N~w WEsrawsTEn, B. C.
8.1-v Flume, hev ri-rrint,  i.o;ck-
x.uit-1. cin-iiiiiv (.!ior\i>.
mlSMtlM Kll.ilSI'K>'KII,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned ami Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale,
rmiirellus llciulc*!, nml 4'eiu-rnl Ketmlr-
Iiik neatly rtoiie.
Ammunition of all kinds, A full assortment of He-loading Tools, and everything
required by-a Sportsman. Rm.ES; Shot
Guns, Revolvers, and Pishing Tackle
for sale. d24y
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £2,000,000 sterling
RiskB accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St-i New Westminster.
C.   El  IMAUGTHEN
HAS JUST RRCEITEDTH** I.ARG-
ost 08801'-merits of Clocks evor hcM
on tlio Maiiiliinil of Uritisll Columbia.
ITICkel Cl-tClls, nt 82.25 (warranto.!).
Siith  TIioims'  Slvlii'l Alarm, at
§3.23.
All kinds of   Maiili-I   nud   Ollice
Clocks.
"Valtlliim Watches, coin silver cases,
from §lf> upwards.
A lino assortment nf Stirling Silver
Jeirelr*', of tlie latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware  and Optical
floods.
(jtH.l'siuTA S-rilKKT,
dn2 New Westminster, B.C.
A Novelty in Sauce!
MOUTSEEEAT
Lima Fruit Juics SaiiDB.
Finest Table Sauce In the Market
—rou—
ROAST   MEATS,    STEAKS,
VW.i, »Units, linni-', elc.
We take groat pleasure in recommend-
iiiu tlio above Sauce to the public for not
Only its wholcsomeness, lioiny made from
pure. MONTSEftRAT {W. I. Isuniil)
Lime Fruit -Tuiue, but for its delicacy of
flavor, whioh makes it superior to any
tiauso over offered in this market
LOWEtVTII.tfc, -LIVIXGSTOX &C0.
Importers and Sole kg tits Tor
the l'acinc Const.
it**" For sale by nil joliliors and retailors.
(oollmH)
COLRiEGlATK
—AND—
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WtoOTSTEH, B. C.
RE-OPENS  AUG.   30,  1882.
VISITORS-!—Kkv. it. Jamikson. Rkv.
C. Watson.
MANAGERS I — W.  3.   Atommnq,
M. 1\ P., .T. S. Cun% Esq., Rkv,
I'I. Rohson, C. (J, Majob, Esq,
TEACHERS I-
H. 1\I. STKAMiiKiin, B.A.", PlttNorPALj
Mathematics, Classics and History,
Ricv. W. ,T. Do.wi.hb, P.. A,|Vto«-Pris-
cii'Ai,; Moileru Languages, Science
and Literature.
L. R. McIsnrs, M, B.j   Anatomy,
Physiology and Hygiene.
Mas. D. RofisoNj Voico uiilturo and
Art of Singing,
Instninu'iit'i'l Music (piano) hy a first-
class teacher,
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual toia-liing, divided into four
terms of 10 weeks each.
KJfPEXSES :.■■■•
Tuition, High1 School, per term, §15.00;
Board, por term, §45.00.
Music (vocal or instrumontal).per term,
$10.00.
Uso of Instrument for practice,' per
term, §3.00.
Washing, 50 cents por doz;
For circulars) with fuller information1,
apply to
E. ROBSON,
Scc.-Treus,
New West., July 20, 1882. jy22
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
frEATlOEFS
Boot k 8)100 Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
nmbiast., Now Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1S.11>.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Scurly Opposite tlio Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
mill" LARGEST AM)   CHOICEST
X   luiaoi-tiuout of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on haml, anil supplied to Families, ]-estaurants, anil Steamboats nt-tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
-A-.-B-
MUSICAL ISTEUIEITS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN EN-JLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A flue Asssortmcnt! from ?25 to §00,
—AT—
ESAtiNAlX & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOVEKSpifT STKEET, VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PiASOFOKTB k OnOAS TcSKR it KeI'AIUKK
QBL1E-1BH
FARMERS' k MINERS'
&V3FLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HABDWAHE.
THE BEST  BRAND OP
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
B UUg
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   &OODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
gSJtT Stoi-ago   ninl    Forwarding
dono at rcnsonablo rates.
jyia-Oni
REID & HUDSON.
PAY UP!
ALL ACCOUNTS NOT PAID BY
tiro lath inst. will bo placed in tho
hands of a Colleetoi- with instructions.
W. J, FRENCH.
Now Wost., July *; ml ,iy."
ROYAL OITY
h
1-.IMITHD
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL PKSCIUPTIOXH OF—
Bough k Dressed Lnmlier,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashed; aiid Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-saving, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
oxecnted to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
STEW  "WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Makaoer.
J. H. PHAGE & CO.
IMPORTEBS AND DBALEH8 IN
STOVES,
B.ANGES,  &C, &C.
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on linnd, nt
tho LOWEST MARKKT RATES.
Tinware Manufactured on the premises.   Jiil.l'iiifi* promptly attended to,
HI)LBR«»K'S STONE III 1I1HN*;,
Sfew tVcntniiiiHter.
G6 TO THK
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOilR
MONEY'S WORTH.
I>OOfS AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   descnptioii mado to order, nnd ro-
paired, from un
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A—
na.A.M-3   BOOT.
Tlio llnjitoSt CASH prloo paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OrrdHi-rK tiik Bank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP-r".
1 Old IJuoad St. anil 10 Tali. Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Waves, M'erelian-
dise, Manufuotiiring and Funning Stock,
.Ships in Port, HurW or Hock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges anil other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
(-treat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK UUkM ih FIRE.
Subscribed nud Invested Capital,
-61,600.000 8TG.
Rates of rrcminm and overy information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONU,
Agent for New Westminster.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie Oity,
THE CULIXARY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG S LEAVE
|(to anuounco to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will he found first-class, and
at rcusonable rates.
The Piirlors and Slccpiiig Apart-
ItlCnts nro undoV the euperintomlcncc
of Mn.". Adstis',
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading; Etomii. commodious, coinfoi-tably furnished, and
woll supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the uso of guests,
•3CX-X3E8   BAB
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wises, Liquors, Ciciars, kc
JNO. AUSTIN,
pKUPllIETOIt.
HOTEL
HASTINGS, 6. I,
THIS SPACIOUS NEW HOTEL
is admirably situated as a resort
for those in search of health, sport or
pleasure, being in a central position for
sea-bathing, shooting, fishing, boating
and sight-seeing. m
It combines all the conveniences of
hotel witli the quiet comforts of home
lifo.
Tho apartments are lofty, well ventilated and afford a cheerful outlook.
The cufoiiu fo presided over by a true
artiste.
In the
IE  A   II
Will always he found Liquors and r'gdrs
of the choicest brands.
Abundant stubling aud shed-room for
horses and carriages.
D. WITHROW,
oc28 *  Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
HUBBARD       INL.ET
Xcffly Btillt and \ewly Furnished,
J-argc arid t'ommotllous.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of that
lntignififcnt sheet of water known aa
CoaJ Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway,
Wni   01'    BOOMS    FOIt    I U1IIII-.
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scalo of charges will be found to
bo strictly modemte.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNfON;
#or Salt or f o %\tnt.
EARS
fOR THE
MILLION!
Foo  Choo's   Balsam  of
Shark's Oil
Positively Host ores tho Hearing, and
is tho Only Absoluto Cure for
Deafness Known,
Tliln Oil Is .itM-trnctfl-l from liMtlltar SpOClou of
t-iliuSI   Will In Nil-trie, cnugtll In tlii' Y'ollflW
8m, known ns OAnenAiiuMN'.j^bltDHini- Bvor.v
Oftiiii'Nn lUiioriiian kiMvrs* It, Its virltti* tw u
ri'sldrntlvo uf hi'iirln-* wns tlltmovuri-fl liy n lluiltl-
lilflt Prlost ailiiitt tlio yenr Ulfl.   Its cures ware so
im i-.nn timl mmiy ao seemingly inlrn-
ciilmiHt tlmt tlio t-f-iiie'ty wiu utlirinlly pro-
■■liiitiH'il over Ilie oil tiro Kntplro, Its me liecamo
-tu linlveiriill \.w\ for over 300 yenr** no
Dt'iifii'HN IniH ctlrili'd nniiiiiK th« Chi-
iicri* {X'DpIt*. Sont, (-Imr-ji's lirbiiald, tu uny
ndilroRs itt. $t.(W iter lnjttle.
Hear What mc llcnf Sny.
It linn porformoil» mlrnclo in my cn'o.
1 Imv*» no uneartlily rjIioi In my lu-a-1 nml liem-
mneli lii'tter,
t lmvo lioi-ri prfittly I'onelltteil.
Mv rlcnftH'sn lielpci! n grent lUml—think nnotlier
bjttlu will euro mo.
"Us virtues Hi*PHKQLTSiinsAiil,r.*iiiil Its outtA-
TtVE tlll.ll'ACTKll ADSOLUfB, AB 1 111: IVJUTFIl 0AS PKtt-
80SAUV TK8TIFV, flnTII r*l»« l:SI'i:Hll*SCE AMI ItB-
bkbyatiov. Writo nt once to Hayuick & .Iknxby,
7 Hey Street, New York, otidosluR $1.0*1. ninl you
will nvi'ivi* liyrotnrn n romedy tlntt will i-nnlilo
ymi to lienr llkii uuybody else, nntl wlioio ourutlvo
elTocta will bo ]i['rumneiil,   Ymi will nevor regret
tll'lll-ISO."—GtllTOIlOP MKfieANTIl.RltEVlKW,
it o-Ti- nvni'i lo<ts in  tlie Mnlt-i,  ])Io-iho semi
money l\v ItegUIoroil better.
Only lii.|HtrU'il 1)}'   .    ...
IIAYLOfK &  JKH'XEY,
TD^ySt., N. Y.
Sotu Affcutjii for Amei'le'a-. nolyl
BRICKS FOR SALE,
■. — j     >»
THE SUBSCRIBER SArVA KILrj
of excellent bricks for sale cheap,
Delivery anywhere.
T. MoKAY. .
New WcstmiiiBter, .'*"'*
June 24, 1881.        .    .        {as%
FOR  SA1M.
T
IHE FOLLOWnTG:-^.
15 Fat Hogs,
13 Small. Hogs,    .
1 White, Chester Boar,
A nnmbei' of Horses,
1 Cutting Box,, .   ..,.,.
1 Platform .Scale (capacity 1,000).
Also—for sale or lease—tlio promises
lecently occupied by mo.
To bo seen on application to
*i,J. FRENCH. ,
New Wost., July 4, 1882. jyA
FORJ3ALE
LOT   2,   BLOCK   IX. .
"      1.      "        3CXII. •
"   io,    "     xxvm..
City of New Westminster.
—Also—
LOT  4,   BLOCK  I.
"  8 4 0,    "        III.
"      4,        » V.
"      3,        ". X.
" is, 19, k 20, block xni.;
Suburban Lands.
Apply to ; -
H. V. EDMONDS,-   •  i-
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP JS MASON,    ,,'
au30tc ViotorU.
FOR SALE.
OABINE-FORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full seta of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
inmia, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
sto-M. Tliis organ fo now used in the
MethodiBt Church, and is sweet toned
and hi good order. AVill be sold for $150
cash, us it is intended to procure a more
poworful one. This is a decided bargain!
Apply to
T. R, PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers & Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster,
R. T. WILLIAMS)
B'
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER;
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps nnd Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers;
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
tittvmiment Street, Victoria, B. C.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .that
application will be made to this
Legislative Assembly of tbe Province of
Uritish Columbia, at its next Session, for
nu Act to incorporate a Company to construct and work a line of Railway from
some point on English Bay to some point
nt the town of Port Moody, in the District of New Westminster.
GORDON E. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for Applicants,
New Westminster,
November 1st, 1882. noli
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
application will be mado to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia, at its next session, for
nn Act to incorporate a CompiJh'y to construct and work a Railway from a point
in tiie City of New Westminster to some
point near tlie 49th parallel, north latitude, between Semuiliirtcio Ban and
Township Sixteen iu the District oi NeW
Westminster, British Columbia!
CORDON. K- CORBOULD,
Solicitor foi- the Applicants,
Netf West., Sept. I, 1882; se2 ..
FURNITURE!
rnHK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
1 sure in nnnounciug that he fo nov
prepared to supply all kinds of Furni-*
tm-e, kc, at tho lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class stylo,
UNDERTAKING
Tn all its branches. The undersigned
1ms the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Scld's Branch Furniture'
Store. aufltc
iw Grocery Store
B1
D. McPHADEN
EGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE
lias just opened a
FAMILY GROCERY
Ami General PBOVISION AND. FUKD.
STORE, in Ooano's Briek BotMiwfi.nejtf-
to tho Colonial Hotel, where IrS fills in,
stock a complete and carefully soleotfli!
assortment of
Plain and Fancy Groceries;
Parties roqiiiring'an>;,tHii'ig! in the abovo
line will iind it to their advantage to call
and Pennine my Goods and prices before
purchasing-'   .,.,,..
fi-iT The highest market price paid for
Farm a^d Dairy Produce.
N. B.—Goods delivered free in any
part of the City.
D.' McPHADEN.
New West., Oct. 10, 1882. ocll NEW 'ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Clearing Out.-..V.... W. B, TownsenS
Magic-£tnf*ern.  .-..	
Notice,.,,  ,D. McPhiulen
Notice ' J. Hall
Invigorator Dr Liebig
Special -.I1. Welsh
Special Methodist Church
lhe glritteh (tolumimm.
HalMnlay Morning, Dec. «, liMW.
Wagon totals Accidents.
A few days ago a poor teamster's
horses and waggon went over the
precipice on the road twelve and a
halt miles out of Yale. Tho horses
wero killed, the waggon smashed and
the contents more or less damaged.
Loss to teamster about one thousand
dollars. General results to teamster
u-rutH/ The conditions under which
the eccident occurred were briefly
theso: The road at that point is narrowed down till there is not more
than eix inches to spare over tho
width of the waggon. In this instance the outer edge of the road
crumbled away and over went the
waggon, horses and all! Now, supposing that, instead of a two horse
freight team, it had been one of the
British Columbia Express Company's big stage coaches, drawn by
six spanking horses and full of passengers, what would have been tbo
consequence? One shudders to think.
Down three hundred feet of rugged
precipice to the Fraser t Loss in
properly, four or five thousand dollars. But loss of life—who shall
estimate that? Dangerous as the
road is at that point now, we are assured that it will be much more dangerous when the g-'oitrd becomes
icy and the difficulty of keeping
vehicles on the narrow track is in-
cieased. Now we are credibly informed that all danger at that point
could be averted by the judicious
expenditure of $250,—just about
0'ie-iourfch of tbe poor teamster's
lotu the other day. Are the Government nwaiQ of all this? Yes.
Time at (I a^aimhave tbey been notified t? ii tnd. u*->ed to have tbe mat
ter revedied. But no attention is
paid lo these appeals, and we suppose none will be until a tei-ible accident, involving human as well as
brute life, shall awake them to a
sense of duty. It is difficult to fird
language sufficiently strong in which
to characterize the conduct of tbe
Government in this matter,—for it
must bo undeistood that tbe particular point in tbe road referred to is
not a solitary ease. It is taken as a
specimen one to illustrate the general subject. Tho road in question
is a Government toll road, and it is
hardly necessary to say that they
are legally responsible for the con
-sequences of their own neglect. We
have not the slightest doubt that tho
unfortunate teamster could recover
for loss and damage sustained last
Week. But such a remedy affords
poor satisfaction, moro especially in
case of loss of life; and it is tbe innocent tax-payer who would have to
foot the bill after all. gtil-, pat-haps
it would be well if those most directly interested would club together
and make a test case, and by that
means stir up the Chief Commissior-
er to a sense of duty and responsibility.   ______
Parties In ihe United stales.
In the Senate parties will be very
evenly divided. Thore is every probability of the Republicans having
38 and the Democrats 36, leiwir**
two, Mahone and UMdlebeigor Independent. These two would really
bold tbe balance of power. To which
side bio they likely to gravitate?—
for Mahone h quite sure to be followed by his friend. Hitherto Ma
bone baa acted with the .Republicans.
But it has never been pretended that
be did ao from political principle. Indeed thero is Utile or nothing in
common between him and that party, and it seems improbable tlmt he
will be found continuing to act with
them when be sees power and pat
ronage slipping ont of tbeir hands.
Should these two transfer their allegiance to the Democrats, tbe remit would be a tie in the Senate,
aud in tbat event the choice of a
President jM*» tern would be impossible, and in case of the death of President Arthur the Speaker of the
House, who will certainly bo a
Democrat, would succeed him. One
has not furr therefore, to look for
considerations which might be supposed to influence Mabone's mind in
A' choice of sides. Were the House
Republican, it would be very different But with a House counting
196 Democrats* to 121 Republicans,
it is easy to seo that there is little
to tempt a Democrat ut heart to tho
Republican side of the Senate, when
going to tho other side would make
a tie and bring hnn power and patronage. While, therefore, the lato
elections havo given the Democrats
full sway in the House, they have
also given them the means of controlling the Senate to a very great
extent. The victory has been great.
The change is tremendous and far-
reaching in its possible consequences.
It is to be hoped tlmt it may prove
beneficial to tbe nation.
Editorial Notes.
It is moat "ratifying to bo in a position to state that tho schemo for
forming a connection between tho
American railway system and our own
at this point is assuming substantial
form. Indeed. jSlmre no longer exists
tho slightest doubt about its bucccss.
As has been repoatodty pointed out in
these columns, this is a question of the
most vital concernment to the peoplo
of this city arid district. To become
the centre of two great transcontinental railway systems is, indeed, something worth aspiring to. Not only
will such a consummation ensure the
commercial supremacy of the great
city wliich must inevitably be the outcome of such a conjunction of forces
and interests, but it must tend to set
forever at rest nl! dreams of carrying
the great terminus awny from the
Mainland.
In the course ot a homily on good-
breeding, refinement, and pure living
subjects upon which ho is eminently
entitled to lecture his follow-meu—our
local contemporary flays:—"We have
often beon umnzod to watch the progress of su-me mon from the getter to
the Sennto, who never understood the
first rudiments of real refinement or
good breeding. But we should bo
■cry wrong lo condemn such men.
They really represent the people who
elected them—-tho howors of wood and
drawers of water who compose the
protoplasm of oiirly society in a new
country." Not only does the pure and
ethenal life of this man entitle him to
lecture others on ethics and piny the
cetiBor on bis fellows, but from the
grand moral eminence to which his
own exertions have raised him he can
afford to look with patronizing pity
and even contempt upon the common
herd,.the working people, the canaille,
aud tell thom they know nothing
whatever of either morals or refinement! Oh! how sublime an exhibition
of impertinence! If the thing practised by the editor of the Guardian,
either iu his professional or social life,
is what he takes to be "refinement,''
surely tho . "common people" may
fairly be congratulated upon not being
in possession of it.
The Maple Ridge School House is
neither safe nor comfortable. It is
propped up to keep it from fulling,
and there is great danger of tho first
gale bringing the old rattle-trap down
round the ears of tencher and pupils.
It is utterly unfit for occupation in
cold weather. .The sum of §750 was
appropriated long ago for the purposo
of building a new school-house. The
title to the ground being in a private
individual, the Government gave the
Trustees to understand that as soon as
the site was conveyed to the Government, tho appropriation would be
availablo for lhe now building. The
conveyance was duly executed some
months ngo, but tho money is not
forthcoming. Several applications
have been mado, but tho Government
will not now even deign a reply. The
reasonable and proper requests of I he
poople are treated witti silont contempt, whilo tho promises of the Government are trampled underfoot. It
constitutes a poor consolation to tho
people of Mapto Hidgo to reflect that
they aro being tren ted precisely the
same as nre thoso of "Clover Valley"
school district;. Nor is it altogether
satisfactory for them to know that the
taxpayers of the Mainland must, deny
themsolvos the luxury of schools and
reads in order that Mr. Beavon mny
build the dock, thereby onhancing tho
value of his real estate nt Esquimau.
The Slumlord had a leading article
on Monday, iii which the following
passages occurred:
"But the Government of the day,en-
jnying ns it does the full confidence of
the country, has no intention of permitting a Minority to usurp the reigns
of power. * *. * But tliese (the
Opposition) aro tlie gentlemen who
pretend to dictate to the Government
of the country—a Government which
by Ub policy and its tenacity of purpose bo far as the general weal ef British Columbia is concerned, hns brought
about tbe prosperous condition of the
country—a condition more prosperous
than any since the dny wo jyifiod the
Confederation. * * * From the
very inception of tho Walkeni-Beaveu
Government, the laws of the country
have been benefioient and protective
and under no administration have the
prospects of British Columbia been
half as favorable or roseate as now."
These extracts are placed before ths
publie without note, or comment, juet
as a specimen of how utterly regardless of truth and decency the organs
have become. Tho quality of "tenacity"
the present Government undeniably
possesses iu an eminent degree—tenacity in hanging on to office in flagrant
disregard of tho popular verdict of condemnation, In this respect thoy have
been aptly likened to limpets adhering
to tho rock. And think, Oh! think of
tho '"beneficent" laws enacted by tho
Wiilkem-Bcavcn administration—laws
intendod for tlio moat part to extort
usurons taxes and unlawful imposts
from the struggling settlers.
NOTICE.
-VfO MESON WITHOUT MY WRIT-
1_\ ten order or tlmt of my attorney
hns author!!y to pledge my credit.
JOHN HALL.
Dec. Ist, 1882. J'-'nll
NOTICE.
TT IS MV INTJ3NTION TO APPLY
t to tho Licensing Court to bo held nt
New Westminster ou loth December,
1SS2, for a Licence to enable mc to sell
spirituous liquors by'retail nt my premises in thy BricK Building adjoining
Mr. McNarighten's Jewelry Stoic, ou
Columbia street, New Westminster.
DONALD McPHADEN.
November 20,18S2. dc2
Magic Lantern!
—AND—
MUSICAL
ENTERTAINMENT!
IN AID OF THE ORGAN FUND OF
HOLY T-UNITY CHURCH.
Tlrarsdaj, SeGBmbBF 7,1882
Doors open at 7 p. in.'; Performance to
commence at 7.80.
Tickkts—50 cents; Children, 25 cents.
No reserved seats. do*2
A Good omioriunicv ror Those
Wlsblnglolitvesl in New
Westminster Property.
\TT.M. B. TOWNSEND OFFERS
VV for sale everything he lias in New
Westminster, comprising hfo Butcher
Business, and all the needful article? to
carry on thesame—dorses, Cart, \\rajj-
ou, Buggy, Harness, Saddles, L-idles..te.
— ■A.X-jfSO —
His House, which is one of the best built
and most comfortable in the eity. One,
two, or three acres of land can lie had
with the house, all fenced and most of ic
well cleared aud planted for orchard.
Over six thousand dollars has been laid
■out on this property within the last It
years. There is a good Stable- Cow Shed,
kc. on the lot.
A first-class family Cow, gentle, nnd a
good milker.
-- &. X-- £-5 O —
Three Suburban Lots ou Edinburgh St.,
contaiuhig about IU acres iu each,
The Barns, Sheds, kc, now used as
Stables and Slaughter-house; with balance of lease and the wttter-frontage opposite said lot.
No fair, icasonable offer will be refused, as I wish to leavo the country. If
iny property is sold I will thou sell my
Furnituie and Household effects.
Indisputable Titles with nil the pi o-
pcrty.
83F Parties desiring any further information eii'.i obtain the .same by applying
to the uudersigned either personally or
by letter,
All persons indebted to me will please
settle at once, and anyone having a ojafin
against mu will present it for payment.
All accounts unsettled by Dee. 31 will
be placed in a Solicitor's hands for collection.
WM, B. TOWNSKND.
New Wert., Dec. 1, 1SS2. do2ml
Uil. UlDIU, BanPvwci8Wf0al
ClOXTINtlK.1 TO I'iMCAT itie-
i   ciu-trullr   by  n-*m<-i-|»*Uiv
■ pv.tv rumor Bpitlti. or Cliroiifc
O lir-iMKf wlilioitt ***lfi«.'ui*5iii* Niui-
UJ si-imi   llto-i*.     IU*..   U|-|!Ni*-*
(T l.NVHttllSU'iW Is til*-* illv i.i
JT no iimm-iii  cum   for   Seiuhml
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toe i.,
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Cnnmini|il|ini, Jlliiluti'i, Hii-jlit**
.ll-:<*,lTisr-itli*.Vt'-. rixm-si---, Xmi-ii---, AIuh.'.I,*-
Iht'IciI Wi-ntii.*-**-, Mn*i.i*tii>ii.!.,?!*,-ml *■■*■. Colo-
livnl Oui-jNinh !iHu;- mi liiu i'Wv,, I'hUI .liHMSon.
DoliIMty nii'l Si'iniiinl "lVouldK'nH i>1-siin-*t Ilu-im-
•mrhuit mul ■itKi'-'rwi** ni*m ot life nml tlieir -"ij'-y-
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lu-Utinmi-OiKiiii**, Klihmy, Liver nml Hlnililer n
x-ji-cl-ill.v. Tint niiiny c*mi|iliiliit« ami 'U**i*.-***.**i i>("
n-nmon Hpeeilily nir-'l* coniiiltntitui nt i-llicu or Uy
lutier, t'roniiiiilcmillikuilliil. Iti-i-tnmnll'l** |im*l .<■■■■
enn nnnnj*'- 'HiymtiitH 'n tlm h-hiiij •■niiim-r in tlmy
wuuld omiiloy Ilioir family liliyalcltni, BLletost
secrecy miiliit'ilneil.
ONU   BOTTI-K    FIIKK.
R^nlnr 9I/.0 RntlU- ofoUllor InvJ-jorft'or Sont
Fi*oo Id «]i--w the wonderful ni'ttporilu nf tlm
liri'iituHt Ii-rifti-mtur Known l» aitxlom S. iuiitiat-).
Sliit-i Hym-it'ii'ie,,.''!*;1', If nmvrieil, kc.
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(li'-iry gtrw-l,- eonit-r Mumm, finu Vi-iiiil-Ikcii, Cnl.
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TRAPP  BROS.,
GcBiei'at EScalci'Sj
New Westminster, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER, E.C.
New Fall Goods!
IE! FILL fASHIOl
Over-Coatings and  Fine
Tweeds!
The Lnr-jest Sloek of Tnllotliifc
MiiU'rliil Iii tlie Province.
<3T GOOD    PIT   GUAEANTEED.-CS-
'['ei'iir. sll'lclly eilltll.
bo28 W.   ELSON.
NEW WESTMINSTER
1
r l
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C.
aOltEHT LAW, ■ PROPRIETOli,
iM.lNUFAPTURl'Tl OF
STEAM       ENGINES.
Saw-mill, Ovist mill, l^isli-cainiitig, aiid
all kinds nml styles of Machinory
niado to onlm*.,
Patlei'ii-inaUing done in till its various
forms.
All lauds of Rvaiii and Iron Castings.
Roimiriiig dono with neatness nnd dispatch, nollto
Syory Business Ian
Should Have It.
THE EXGELSIOB
Ittsiness Record
A Ooittpliote Business Kegis-
tar, arrangefl for a Ben-
oii of TEH YEARS,
AclaptBtl to tlio wants of ail
Glasses of laMfaoto-
m anil Business Mm,
TRAPP BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS
Tioqniro.* but five to seven
entries daily for the largest
business; gives iit a glance
the transaction of any day;
week, or month ; shows o-
mount duo from accounts,
amount paid on account, cash
sali::-, credit sales, disbursements for Slock and Bxpen-
fCS, due date of Hills, both
Payable and Receivable, with
nmuerpus and miscellaneous
divisions, making a concise
record by which .com pa risen
of the business of different
weeks, months, seasons, and
corresponding periods of different years may be made in
a moment. The plan of the
book is simple, and equally
adapted b> a large or small
business. The book is manufactured of first-class mate,
rial, durably bound, and cosfs
but an average of 85 cents
per year. Any book-keeper
or business man can make
the daily entries in five minutes, while to arrive at tlio
same result would require
much labor in any other
way. The book requires
only lo be seen to be appreciated.
Price, Eetail, $3.50.
FOB SALE BY
BooMlms, Stationers, fto,
NEW   WESTMINSTEK.
Hole Af-citts fur lirllii-li CoMm-
hlii.
^-.0- SbhI. l>y mat), poHt-iiaid, on ro-
cui[)t of $3,00. nolO
-JUST ARRIVED
AND FOR SALE. AT
COLUMBIA STREET.
MEN'S TWEED SUITS
DIAGONAL SUITS
OVEIi
ULSTERS
CABBIG/i JACKETS
50 PIECES FLANNEL
Grey, Scarlet, Blue, White,
Striped) and Fancy Colors1 English, American and Canadian.
CELTS' FURNISHINGS
English, American and Canadian
Underwear (sewed and knit, wool,
. shaker and cuUmi), Wool Oyer-
shirts, Gurnseys, Socks, Collars,
HuarfH, Tios, Elandkeruhiofs, &c
WHITE SHIRTS, every stylo
and quality.
SHEETINGS
English and American, Wenched
and Unbleached, Plain and Twilled.
Weaehed and Unbleached COT-
TOMS. Knglish nnd American—
from 8 eta. to 30 cts.
Duck Canvas, Denniins, Hessians, Tickings, Arc.
BLANKETS
All Colors, till sir.es and alt qualities and prices,
PUTS A COMFGRTS
White and Colored.
LADIES' JACKETS & I30L-
S
Mack and Colored.
DQQMl
JRESS GOODS
French Merinos (black and colors),
iJliudt Crape Olotli, Black Oash-
meie (for mantel and druus), Cashmere Twills (different^ shades),
Winceys, Tiutans, Serges, <&c.
LASSES'   UHQEBGLOTHiNG
VELVETEENS
Black IJroivn and Grey.
'LOVES
Gentlemen's- in Buck, Due, Antelope, Goat, Twcek, Wool und
Kid (lined and uulined); Ladies',
in Jursoy Wool, Thread anil Kid.
Kid Gloves for Ladies and Gentlemen, in Black, White and Colored,
Canadian Knit Woul Mitts,
Gloves and Socks.
FLANNELS
Cnnmlinn, homo-miulo.
UMI'l-ELLAS,   RUHBEI*. COATS,
nnd OIL CLOTHING.
OAIU'ETS   nml   HEARTH BUGS.
Pltitotl anil Solid—ii luindaontoliit.
00 doz. Pluted nnd Silvol-
SPOONS unit FORKS, jiwt re-
oeived from tho lieat immufftctur-
era.
LAMPS, LANTERNS,  and LAMP
GOODS.     •
TABLE nud   POCKET CUTLERY.
QBOSERIES k- PROVISIONS
Flour,   Uncoil,   Hams,   Sugnr, Tea,
Coffee, Oatmeal, Conuncal, IVunn,
Potatoes, Rico, Hominy and
Cracked .Wheat, Butter,
Honey, &c
Tn  SHELF  and   CAN   GOODS,
stock complete
Various Brands of COAL OIL.
■3"WINE St SPIRIT MEROHANT.&
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
eiita of New Westminster and vicin*-
ity that ho iH constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs-
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supply
I BOP or DUTY PAID,
In (luiiniltlcs to Bull Customers.
Also, iii con&tiuit receipt, dii-cot from
\\. \. I.lllij-'n,   l.muloii,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  B
■    OOX.TJ-1^33X-A.   ST-a-flElT,
Kew Westminster,   B, O.
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II
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November S, t8,
nu8
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f
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which will make them last more thnn
twice ns long na any Rubber Hoots made.'
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rpWO BADDLK I^RSES.
Apply to tho
nolfi      IJisimr np Nrw Wk**tminsti"k: hSIw §xitis\x Calumbmn.
Hii'mpiIiij* Hoiiiin-:, nee, 8, 1889.
On they'll ult.i tho wilt* at J, 0. 11 italic*, ol"
I n Hon.
T!ead Mr. Townsond's adveriisemont.
Tho stoamer Reliance, Capt. Odin,
| returned from Yalo on Wednesday,
[ and left fur the samo place un Thurs-
| day.
As will' be sdeii by tefcr-enee to ad-
I vert i so ment, the magie Entertainment
I will take place on Thursday evening
I next,
■ Tho .steamer Princess L'misd, flailed
[from "Victoria for this port at 10 a.m.
lyesterday, and had nut put in an «.p-
Ipearanco as wo wont tn press.
The offertories ,nfc tho Ben-ices in
I Holy Trinity to-njorrow morniii},' and
I evening will be given to tho Royal Co-
jluinbiau Hospital in tliis city,
Tlio ladies ot tho Methodist Church
■in this eity intend holding a tea-meet-
I'ingon Wednesday eyoninji of next wook,
■of which pai'ttuulara will be given in
| our next issue.
The sten.uor H. P. RHhofc- Capt.
I Jno. Irvincr, arrived from Victoria
lyesterday inorning with freight and
Ipiissongors. Sho took on a cargo of
| salmon Tor Victoria.
Tho Btoainer Ada, Capt. Rogers, i-o-
Iturned from Nanaimo with coal on
J.^Vednoaday, and on Thursday left for
iNanaimo with a cargo of lumber from
[jllie Royal City Planing Mills.
It was Mr. Maloney's purposo t«
'Itiave launched the new steamer with"
Ithe full nioun high tide on Tuesday,
Ibut tho assizes prevented. Tho
■launch is sot for next full moon.
On Thursday when a Chinese wit-
■hgss was writing his name on a slip of
I'napcr, preparatory to being sworn, His
I Lordship remarked lhat ho,had iWt
■yet mot with a Chinaman whu could
fliot wnbo.
The attendance at the auction salo
lat Urownvillo ou Wednesday last was
Ivory gntid and Mr. T. J. Trapp, the
iauetionoer, succeeded in obtaining
■very satisfiu'tory prices. Tho hulk of
|of the purchasers wero farmers,
Slovo pipes continue to pass through
iwnoden walls iu this city in defiance of
lliiw and to the groat danger of Her
iMiVjesly's liego subjects. How is it
■that tho authorities perirtit so necessary
la law ta bo trampled upon with im-
I'punity ? v-
GoL-don E. Corbould, Esq., bus beon
appointed tit tho vacancy on fchoCul-
llogiatoaud High Sehuol iWrduf Mun-
li'itjemeitt, created by tho resignation of
■iho Hon. W. J-, Armstrong. Wo cm*
■uvutulntu tho C. & H. S., as Mr. Cor-
Ibould will make a most capable muii-
^Vo understand Robt. Dunamtiiiy
■Esq.. M.P.P., has leased "Duval Coh*
■Inge," the residence of F. J. Biit'Oiird,
lEsq., M. P., for six lilUntHs, during
f Which period lie and his family will
•oside at Victoria. Mrs, Barnard will
Inccompany Mr. Barnard io tlio Fedora1,
I'capital.
Tho Temple of Justice in this city,
lulthough somewhat imppqwd, is f.rill
■ far from porfoct. In so far as vent-illation and lighting are concerned it is
pimply intolerable. Mr. Justice Crease
■lias liad occasion to to make repeated
preference to the matter during tlio aS-
Isi'.es hold this week.
Wi !i November the river steamboat
Imail service for the season ended, iu
Tcousequenco of which the steamers ean
hiow come and go whenever they like.
■Tho steamer Wm. Irving will arrive
Tfrom Yalo this evening with 125 head
l»f Cattle, and the Reliance to-morrow
Ivitli 73 head of cattle. Tiio R..P
JUithot will arrive fnim Victoria tn-
inorrow, when the Irving will start for
■Yale.
Professional Notice.—Mr. F. Welsh,
Doutist, having had a pressing professional call to Chilliwhack, on his way
down-, will not be able to reach this city
for a few day3 yet.
CUi.TOMS P.fiCElH-s.—CoUecidrt lit
lhe Port uf Now Westminster during
tho month of Novomber, 18B2.-S18,-
1)37.53; other revenues, ?30.1)8. Total,
¥.18,008.51. During samo period iu
JJ8SI -?0,077.87. Increase in favor
[if JS82,   nearly  threo   hundred per
lent I
 .«■	
Missionary Benviofis.—-Wo ave requested to announce that missionary
lermons will be preached next Sabbath
Ito-morrow), by Rev. E. Rnlisdn, as
lollows: Langley at 11 a.m.: Maplo
Klidge at 2:30 p.m. Tlio colleetiuiis
Tvill be in aid of tho missionary fund.
the public aro cordially invited tu at-
lend.
Ways CoNfCArx—-Messrs.   Woods
i Turner have let to Mr. J. McMul-
jn (C. P. R. contractor) tho contract
br constructing extensive ways for tho
t-Moncor   Line   steamers.   Tho   ways
Kill be constructed immediately, at a
Joint about a mile below this city, and
■nil be of sulllcient capacity to iiccom-
Inodato ull the company's steamers.
Uhevui SuoofisTioNS,—L.< Wed.
Iiesduy Mr. Justie Crease directed
Ittention to tho importance of having
liiigrams prepared in ease of serious
trillion, showing the relative position of
lilaeos, things and persons on the
Vrmuid, as that was frequently the
liost ellitctivo way of conveying to tho
Lunds of court and jury h clear and
Intelligible idea of circumstances.
■lis Lordship also adverted tu thu
Iluty uf ovary good eitiswn in caso of
liurder or any serious crime to iinino*
Tiatoly convey information to the
[■unrest Magistrate or othor authority.
J Ummiisf'actoiiy Results.—"Jack's"
InuiisOl (Mr. Coiirbould) undoubtedly
Deserves credit for having managed to
Ijt his client into tliu witness-bmc, in
lie Moodyvillo assault case; for there
Vn be rib doubt that it lod tu the dis-
ureenieiit of tho fury. It wns tho im-
raaaion of our Repertor that'Mack"
nun a yarn to hang himsolf; hut it
Vould appear tlio jury thought ditfur-
fttty. It is not a very gratifying reaction tlmt the first application of the
Unadiau Act providing for the accused
R givo evidenoe in cortain casos,
loiild lmvo resulted in a' failure of
litiue;
On Di-r.—That Her Royal Hfghneft
the Princess Louieo will not return
to the Dominion capital with the Gov-
orhor-Goneral, but will spend tho winter in some favored lucidity in Lower
California.
Personal.—Many of our readers
will regret to hear that Capt. Hayward, of the steamship Elder, formerly
of the Victoria, has beon seriously ill.
According to recent accounts, however,
he was recovering.
Methodist Ouuach.—-The Rev. W.
J. Duivlor, R. A., will preach at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m. tomorrow. Subject
in tho evening, "Amusements," Sunday School and Bib'o Cass at 2":30 p.
m. Special Coilehlibhs both moraing
and evening io aid of the Superannuated Ministers' Fund. .Seats free*
strangers cordially invited* *
"Our Pacific Empire."
We clip, thp following from the Toronto Globe for the purposo of showing how the scales are beginning to
fall from the eyes of onr transcontinental foliow-stibjoci's;— "Tho more
British Columbia becomes known the
more extraordinary appears its wonderful rcsoufecs and riches. A late
despatch says the exports for the
montli of Octobor amount to $075,000,
and that the total exports for tho year
will amount tu over four millions.
That such groat results should bo accomplished by a population less than
imo-half that bf tho city" of Toronto,
and that too in the face of obstacles to
tho development of the country, speaks
volumes as to the future of tho country. When the railway makes the interior accessible to the western seaboard
aud enables tho vast mineral mines to
be operated the position of this Province must he as one of tho most pros-;
porous in tho Dominion. Rio.h as it
is iu miner;'.! and timber woalih;, it has
another treasure of. incitlculablo value
iu its delghtful climate."
ThcNorlh Arm EiUerUiHimeaS.
Tho conceit and lea-mooting ciuno
off in the RiehnVond Town Hull, according to appointment/)!! Wednesday
evening laut. Fol'y one hundred people went down from this city ou iho
steamer Adelaide, olmrterod for thu
occasion, and these, with the fifty or
so from tho selilomoiit, lilbd Uio halite its utmost sealing capacity. The
refresh moots wore o .cuileut in quality
and abundant in quantity. Having
dono fuli justice to these, ihe audience
had iho pleasure of listening io a number of tpiarcoties, trios, solos, readings
and roei-atioiis tit for any audience.
Miss Major presided ai tho organ. In
addition to tho pieces so well rendered
by the choir of tho Methodist Church
in tliis eity, Mr. Postill, of Okanagon,
sang several solos, playing his own accompaniment, which wero highly appreciated. Mrs. Robson imiig with
her usual effectiveness, three nobis,
aud roceivod an enthusiastic- encore;
but in consequence of indisposition
and having to appear seven times during the ovening, flic did not respond.
Tho eiilortaintiieut was in every sense
most successful and satisfactory, aud
our frtllds on the North Anil may congratulate themselves upon the result.
On tha homeward trip the passengers
formed into a number of musical
groups and fho result was a succession
of concerts all tho way up. The er.iict
financial result wu are not in a position
at present to indicate, but we understand it will be about $100 net.
Supreme ComJ.
(Il-M. Mr. i1iu:ico'0nnic.)iroili)lngi)
fVediiesdayi Nov, 29.
(Fioita Firat l-.'.-.'o.)
door with his hand on "Dish." When
he cauie up Hull lot go and said alio
had his money. The woman made oil',
running through Ihu garden. Witness
ran after her, caught hor end futt all
ovor her person for tho money; found
a $20-pioco in her bosom mid gave it to
ll.ill, who said situ had taken tfliO, Lot
her go and she started to run dowii to
tho beach where hor canoe was. Witness
ran down and prevented her shoving
uif. This was about 100 yards from
house. Hall went back to houso and
camo towards us with his riile. Witness called to hiin "Don't bring tho
ritlo down." Hu enmo, saying, "I
want te scare her, so she will tell what
sho did with the money," "Dish" was
standing about centre of canoo, witness
at one end and Hall about 20 feet from
witness and six from woman. Saw
ritlu hi Hall's hands, woman Btoppod
towards him; ritlo wont oil'; woman
fell forward on her face and nevor
moved. Witness stopped up to Hall
and said. "Why did you do Hint?"
Hull replied, "1 didn't uioiin to do
it." Hall told witness to attend to
the body; he said he would not, and
went at onco to S. Docker's, telling
what had happened. Ne:;t B;tw body
on 20th at inquest hold by Dr. Trow
ut Moodyvillo.
This witness was regarded by counsel for the Crown (Mr. Mactilmen) as
a reluctant, if uot a hostile witness,
and was uot subjected lo a vory rigid
cross-examination at the hands' of Mr.
Bole, (counsel for t lie defense). His
depositions before tho Coroner woro
put in.
The Court took a short recess.
Aftor recce's Mr. Miller, Constable,
gave evidence ns to circumstances of
arresting Hall. Hi*.produi*9d a sketch
of premises, which be had carefully
prepared un the ground, showing the
relativo position of tho various points
reforrod to by tho several witnesses,
The Indian woman reforrod to as
having nccompaniod "Dish" on thu
fatal day, was next called; but as her
evidence was given iu Si-uainish, and
had to bo rendered into Chinook, nnd
then into English, tlie process of filtering through two interpretations was
tedious and unsatisfactory, To mako
n vory long story short, this woman
told a tale differing hi somo rather
important respects with that of Caldur,
and to the following effect:—Wont to
Hall's with "Dish,''five weeks and two
days ago. "Dish" went to see her
grand-children. Remained there somo
time. Hall and "Dish" began to quarrel about some money tho latter claimed to bo duu hor husband. Hall iitruck
her on tho' nose. Witness caupht
"Dish" bythe arm and told her to
come away. Went towards where the
canoo was on the beach. Looked round
and saw Hall following with gun.
Told "Dish" to hurry up. Witness
ran away aud concealed herself behind
a stump where she could seo what
passed. Hall iveut towards "Dish"
and shot her. When he shut her she
had turned her head and her body
partly round to look at him and was
stooping a lii.t!e. When shot she cried
and fell, crying after fulllffg. Hall
went away to iho house. Witness remained in concealment until dusk and
then went over to Decker's, but seeing
Calder there she loft at onco, returning to the canoo and, aftor it was quite
dark, placing the body in it, went
homo,
Tliis woman was subjected to a
most trying cross-examination by Mr.
Dole.
Dr. Trow, Coroner, was called and
testified to the nature of the gunshot
wound. His evidence went to aimw
that Hall could not have boen in front
of tho woman whon ho fired. Iu fact
the wound was precisely such ns would
have boon inflicted under circumstances described by the Indian
woman.
This closed (ho caso for tho Crown.
The only witness called for the defense was Stoevo Dool'ev, whoso evidence was intended to prove that the
Indian woman (Chatla) was nt his
house at the lime of tho shooting, and
Consequently could not havo been et
Hall's. Tho defense was nol, howovor,
quite successful in establishing thnt
proposition. After addresses from,
counsel and a charge from tho Judge,
tho jury retired shortly after 9 n'oloult,
and iu about au hour and a half re-
turned with a verdict of "Guilty of
Manslaughter-" aud ihe Court was
adjourned till 11 o'clock next day.
Tiiiindr.ij, Noo. 30,
Buying taken bis seat oii the Couch,
a fow minutes after 11 p'eloek, His
Lordship directed Wm. Powers to be
called before him. Ho skid Powers
had been duly summoned ns a petit
juror, but had not answered, although
hislm i?o had boen called twido.. After
lecturing him upon the responsibili-'y
of obeying tiie summons of tho Court
tiild pointing out the consequences of
neglect;, he imposed a lino of S20, being
$J0 for each default.
Tlio Queen tn "Japl.*1' on Indian.—
The charge was foi* iiitlieiing grevioiui
bodily harm upon Philip Sullivan ut
Moodyvillo, on 17th Sept. last,
"Jack" pleaded not guilty through
Mr, Gordon E. Corbould, by whom he
was defended, and a jury was einpan-
nelud, a number of challenges on both
sides having beon made.
Mr. Ph'lip Sullivan is steward in
charge of the eating department of the
Moodyvillo Mill Omnpany's establishment. It appeared from tho evidence
of Mr. Sullivan and his assistants us
follows: On the 17lh Sept. last the In-
diiiu "Jack," who was iu lhe employ of
tho Company, brought a s'rango Indian
With him to breakfast nnd dinner, Mr.
Sullivan collected SOcts. from "Andrew", for tho two meals, at which
"Jack" re mon seated, saying ho was
phis ' liltieum," aud telling Mr, Sullivan to return tho money. This was
refused nnd some disturbance being
made by "Jack," tho cook put him
out. About twenty miu tiles after this,
the Indian "Jack" returned, came
within llio door of the whitomaii's
dining-room and asked to see Mr. Sullivan. Upon going to him Mr. Sullivan picked up a stick used m a poker
for the stove and ordered "Jaek'' oni.
"Jack" said he would not go. (Sullivan
raised thu stick in the attitude of
striking, whereupon "Jack" drew a
knifo nod a ruck Sullivan an "01
shot" blow, catling him over (ho left
temple, and then ran o'f, tlio conk pursuing, Ho escaped to tho vaiich, but
was subsequently arrested; and dtt-y
committed for trial.
A Chinaman (employed in tho eating
department) was sworn nud corroborated evidence of former witnesses as
to assault with knife,
This concluded tho suae for the
Crown.
Hero Mr. Corbould (conniel for defendant) applied to the Court for
prisoner to be put in ihe witness-box,
under provisions of the Act of 1880.
At lirst tho Court demurred, but finally consented and "Jack" was permitted to spin his yarn. He gave an entirely di Heron t account of the alliiir,
alleging that it was Mr, Sullivan who
committed the assault, ami (hat he
merely snatched Iho slick* from Mr.
Sullivan after boing struck with it -
that he hit Sullivan with it, not with a
knife.
[At I! o'clock iho Grand Jury ontor-
ed and handud iu indict ments for
slaughter-house nuisance against Mr.
W. H. Towusomi aud Mr. l\ Gannon;
also their Report.]
Tho next witness called for tho defense was an Indian answering to tho
name "Scow Charlie," and his account
agreed to a considerable extent with
that givon by the prisoner himself,
Mr. Moresby was called and testified
-to the fact tliat "Jack" had a black
oyo and a slight wound on thu head
whon brought in.
This closed tho caso ami, after addresses from counsel on both sides and
acharge from thoJudgo,tho jury retired
at 4:20. Shortly afterward they camo
in to ask tho extraordinary queslion
under the circumstances, whuther it
was nut nccossary that Mr, Sullivan
should have a doctor's certificate.
Having roceivod a negative answer,
thoy again retired.
Mr. W: R. Towusomi emtio beforo
tho Court and the indictment having
beeu read, ho stated that ho had been
making arrangements for the removal
uf his slaughior-liouso, and asked for
moro time. Tho Court gavo him till
the 81st March, on payment tif costs,
to which he agreed,
Shortly hefore 0 o'clock tho jury
having intimated that thoy cimld not
agroo, His Lordship adjourned tho
Court till 10 o'clock on Friday, loav-
ing tho jury locked up.
About 8 o'clock tho jury announced
that thero was no prospect of their
boing able to ngroo and thoy woro discharged.
Friday, Dec. 1.
The court opened rt 11.
Tho Grand Jury tamo in and presented an -iiiiei-dcd .indictment in the
case uf Gannon, including iu it U.
Nelson and W. J. French.
His Lordship then, dismissed the
Grand Jury, thanking them f«r their
services and assuring them unit the
matters presented in tlieir Report (to
bo found in another column) would receive his best attention.
Tho slaughter-house nuisance was
taken up, and, on application of Mr
Gannon, tho Court granted till Hist
Marcli ne::t '0 abate iho nuisance.
In the caso of *tho Queen v. "Jacl.,!;
the Ci'own Counsel said he would move
for another trial, tho jury having disagreed.
Counsel for defense (Mr. Corbould)
oppressed willingness to plead guilty
lo common assault.
His Lordship thought that would
not meet tho case fully, as thoro had
been wounding. Ho took occasion to
remark that the result of placing the
prisonct* ill the U'lthefla-box had proved
Iho unwisdom of Iho Act under whic'il
it was done, intimating that the prisoner's story hud led tlieJuryasU'iiy.
After some discussion; it was finally
agreed to plead guilty to common assault with wounding, which was done.
The Powers-Forest assault case was
brought up, but laid over, as it was
found Forest was at present beyond
tho jurisdiction of the Court. In connection with this case His Lordship
animadverted with great severity upon
the conduct, of certain saloon-keepers
in this city who were in tho habit of
supplying unlimited quantities of
liquor to persons already intoxicated,
and said that tho licensing authorities
ought to tako notice of audi casos,
SENTENCING   PftlSONBKS.
Tho prisoners having been placed in
the dock, His Lordship proeceeded to
deliver sentence, commencing with thu
three Indians convicted of killing a
steer at Sumas belonging to Mr. York.
Upon being asked the usual question, each told a long story, altogether
inconsistent wiih the facts ovoh'ed
during tho trial, and which His Lordship characterised as "lie.s."
"Mussatehe Sam'1 was sentenced ' >
5 years, "Jasper" to 3 J'eara and
"Med" to 2 years in the penitentiary
with hard labor.
John Hall, when asked if he had
anything to say, said he could not
speak, but his counsel (Mr. Dole)
would speak for him.
Mr. 13ole addressed the Court at
some length, making a feeling appeal
for his client, netting thitt justice nlight
l)e tempered wiili mercy to tho fullest
('-"tent iu this instancy,
His Lordship* said a 20-yeiira' re-
quaintance and good character borne
liy prisoner would have duo weigh,:
but at tho same timo he owed a stern
cjluty tii •sooioty. Ho dwelt upon the
aggravating circumstances of the killing, and io tho degrading influences of
living with Indian women. He also
reforrod to tho ogeney liquor had in
this as« in almost every othor crime,
alluding iu tho strongest terms of condemnation to tho freedom with whicli
liquor was sold tu the Indians, more
especially on Dnrravd Inlet, naming
"Maxies" as a place whero thoro was
rossnn to believe that trade was extensively carried on.
His Lordaliip, under deep,emotion,
then proceeded to Beiuencd the prisoner to 7 years in the penitentiary, aud
exhorted him to make good uso of his
time iu potting himself right with liis
Maker and his fellow-men, against
whom he had so terribly offended.
The Indian "Jack," for the assault
upon Mr. Sullivan with a knife,, was
sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment
with llard labor.
This concluded the business and tho
iis.uzi).*i wero adjourned due die,
SUPllEMK COUIU.
On application of Mr. Polo, Mr
Jeons was appointed administrator
of tho estate and eilects of Henry
Melville lato of Sumas, deceased,
liberty being reserved for heir mid
next nf kin to apply.
Grand Jury Reppit
Td 'tvi   HoNo'tAi:'^:   Mit,   Justtch
Cihask:
The Grand Jurors of Our Sovereign
Lady, the Queen, present—
That in the discharge of their duties,
lhey feel it incumbent on tticni to respectfully direct your Lordship's attention to the following facts, viz:
1st. That a resident Judgo for Now
Westminster; and District has long
boon promised to tho residents, but as
yet said prmuiso is unfulfilled; we
would, therefore, through your Lord-
Bhip, proas upon iho Government tho
uraent necessity for a resident Judge,
end that in consequence of the delay
in that nuittor the community is needlessly put to considerable o:,penso and
inconvenience.
2nd. That tho Grand Jury have
visited iho Gaol, and, having done so,
thoy havo to present that they have
found nothing to complain of, except
tho rotten, tuuiblo-doiMi slate of the
buildings, and the wonder suggested
itself to our mind as to how pfiaonora
aro kept thoro at nil; it must bo lhat
they havo no desire to escape, as the
facilities are not wanting.
3rd, We would also respectfully direct tho ittloution of the proper authorities to the vory bad state of the
sidewalk on two sides of Ihe Court
House'lot.
4th. Tlio Grand Jury very much regret having to present the following
fact; it has beon made painfully obvious to thom during the holding of the
prosont Court, that the supplying of
lilt ox ion ting liquor to Indians at Durrani Inlet is very prevalent, which fact
is clonrly proved by some of tho cases
tried at the present assize, and they
aro of opinion that ono or moro additional constables aro required for
that part of tho District,
(Signed)      K. Dickinson,
Foreman Grand Jury.
New \Vo3tminator, IlOtliKoV., 1882.
his LOUDsiur's hi.i*i,v.
Gkntikmen,
I hnvo tho honor to acknowledge
tlio receipt of your presentment at this
nSsine,
With reference to tho subjects of
which it treats, I beg to say:
1st, Your presentment with refer
ence to a resident Judge shall bo forwarded to the authorities competent
to deal with the question.
A long and intimate acquaintance
with K-r.v Westminstor assures mu
that a County Com t Judyo of proper
legal attainments in How Westminster,
specially created, wivn somewhat increased jurisdiction in erimiu-il matters and to initiate proceedings in the
Supreme Court, would probably meet
the rtji-uireuients of the law to the
satisfaction of the inhabitants.   '
2nd. Your second presentment shall
be forwarded with such support as I
am able to give it, tu the local authorities.
3rd. Of the necessity of the third, I
have had practical illustration of a
painful natuVe during the present
assize. Probably your recommendation will at onco sullico lo effect a
cure,
4th. The fourth, recommending the
appointment of special constables at
Burrard Inlet, commends itself at once
froin Iho sad experience of this assize
as ono to whicli the most favorable
cimsideration of iho Executive may be
drawn by the Judge of Assize be"fore
whom such a chronic state of disorder
iu a particular district has been exhibited by credible witnesses under oath.
I have the honor to bo,
Gentlemen,
Vour Obe'djmit Servant,
HtfNCY R. PiUEW CnsAsi',,.
Judge of Supreme Court.
At Rotterdam, station tho othor day
a porter promptly ottered the Bishop
of Sodor and Man all possible assistance with his luggage, "How many
articles, youi* Lordship?" "Thirty-
lline," said the Bishop, with a slight
twinkle in his eju "That's too many,
I'm afraid," replied the man, in good
faith. "Ah!"said the Bishop, "I perceive you are a dissenter."
Oriuilpu. *
Wc beg to call the attention of the
trade and the public to the well-known
quality and olugance of finish of our
(told Cases, guaranteed by ua to be of
eighteen harat Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, as may be
stanipikj, mid also to our mode of selling
the same, charging only for the Autiui,
Wkiciit of the gold used, and not for
the bane metal comprised iu springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, otc. To illustrate
which a tug nneompniiics each ouo of onr
Cold Cases'; whicli plainly indicates not
only the gross w ight of the case, but
also the Not weight of the gold.
Jn explanation of tlio above we dosiro
to Kiiy that tlio old plmi of charging for
the grass weight of the case, as if it wero
all gold, winked well enough an long aa
the manufacturers were content with the
amount of brass mid steel actually re
quired iu its construction; but when the
piiSincsa was degraded Into a contest ns
to who should get the most base metal
into tliu least qtlantlty of gold and call it
a (told ease, then tho time camo when,
iu the interest of dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary to adopt a
nlan of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Gold each ease contained.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Wal-
thaiu Watches will observe that every
genuine watch, whether gold or silver,
hoars our trade mark on both case and
movement. Gold cases are stamped "A.
W. Co.;" and guarantee certificates accompany thein; Silver cases aro stamped
"A. Mi Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed K. IC. Kob-
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THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER X.
THS  DIB   IS   OAST.
(Continued.)
That he should be bought off appeared to be the only course open to
them; and Sir Duncan offered to uso
his interest with a friend in Texas,
and endeavor in that way to get him
congenial employment on a cattle-
ranch.
"You'll never tie thnt boy to tleBk
or books," &aid he; "he's made for action, and he must have it,"
Having come at last, and after a
long discussion, to these conclusions,
.Sir Duncan went to Ediuburgh and
saw the colonel of the regiment, to
whom he co.nfidod Ronald's story.
"There's the making of a good sol-
*Mor fa him," said he;, "if ho can submit te discipline. I suppose ho has
never had much of it anywhere f'
"No; his father was too severe and
harsh, and that produced the usual
results."
"Exactly. Well, he has been, in
trouble already, and unless ho turns
over a new leat of course we can do
nothing -for him. You had better use
your influence witli liim, and either
get him to take hit discharge or keep
straight. I'll send him to you and
leave you to talk it over."
Private Benne'fc having been desired to go to the colonel's quarters, entered the room with a certain exportation of recognition in some shape or
other, but was unprepared to find himself faoe to face with Sir Duncan. Ho
would have retreated, but his old
friend grasped him by the hand, and
he could not resolve to turn awny from
his cordial greeting. Why, indeed,
should he ? He would and could stand
his ground now.
"Well, Ronald, I am heartily glad
to see you," began Sir Duncan; "I
hare been very anxious about you, my
boy."
"Have you, Sir Duncan ? You have
always been a good friend to me,"
answered Ronald.
"I have meant to be so, at least.
Sow I have come in on purpose to see
yuu and talk matters ovor with you."
"As my father's friend, or mine ?"
asked Ronald, sharply.
"First of all, as yours.   I have a
message for you besides."
"How did you find mo put 3"
"Leslie saw you yesterdny on Iho
Jiarade. He fancied you might not
ike to be recognized by a comunrntive
■stranger, though I cannot quite see
Why, as he iB one of our family, as it
were. He came at once back to Ar-
denshaugh. I wired to your mother,
vent to see her this morning, and here
lam."
"You have taken a great deal of
trouble about me, Sir Duncan,' replied Ronald, in the same stiff tone as
before.
"Good heavens, Ronald! What has
come to you ? You speak almost ns if I
were a alight acquaintance, who could
hardly be expected to caro what became of you 1 Have we deserved t!>is
•nt your hands? I (lank our constant
friendship for your mother is Biiflicient
guarantee of the interest wo tale in
you."
"As I said, the interest "you {ale,
■Sir Duncan, has stood the test of Lime,
and I am grateful for it,"
Sir Duncan looked puzzled, as well
tie might, and somewhat annoyed. "I
do not understand your emphasis; but
let that pass," he replied—"wo had
better come to business. Do you like
your new profession well enough to
remain in it I"
"It will feed and clothe me as well
m any other," returned Ronald, doggedly.
"Then, of course, you have no intention of getting on in it; you mean
to remain au ordinary private always""
"That's as may be."
"It is as you choose, you mean. I
confess, Ronald, X am near being disappointed in you. I never thought
you would reconcile yourself to boing
* clergyman. I saw that your bent
was in quite another direction, and 1
advised the army for you long ago,"
"Did you indeed?" said Ronald
looking up.
"I aid; but your father would not
hear of it. Now, I will sny this—I do
not think myself free from reproach
concerning you; for though it is true I
had no ground for interference, I
might have sought out some better
position for you, and offered it to your
father, seeing as I did that yuu were
by nature unfitted for tho Kirk. On
the other hand, my boy, I did not
think that, when the matter had to be
decided, you would have run away
without one attempt to consult mo, or
one hint that you needed help. It was
■ot kindly done, Ronald."
"No, Sir Duncan, it was not; but I
think I have been madman or foul, or
both," said Ronald, iu a low voice.
Ai he tat here now in hia coarse white
jacket, and recollected thnt if an officer were to come in, he must get up
and, before his old friend, salute and
say "Sir," he realized keenly what a
blunder he had made, and at thnt
moment would have given any treasure
to be free again. Still, as the conversation went on, he could not bring
himself to accept Sir Duncan's offer to
buy bim off; he felt as though such nn
■admission of error would destroy his
aelf-respect; for how could ho bear to
receive help from Muriel's fathor ? He
promised, indeed, to write to his mother, but he begged that she would not
tome to see him, at least for the present.
To his father he would send no message; nor, indeed, did Sir Duncan
wonder, for Mr. Bennett had refused
t» contribute in any way to his son's
aaintonane* if ho left the army, nor
would be even assist him to do so.
"He haa made his bed, and ho must
lie en it,'' said he, and altogether declined to listen to Sir L mean's proposals of a compromise.
"These short-service rules will benefit you, at least," said Sir Duncan;
uyou will be very young still at the
end of six years—young enough to
start afresh in another line if you like,
but you must let me remind you that
it is for you to determine what position you are to occupy when the time
If yeu, with your educational
advantages, du not rise, you will, most
unmistakably have fallen."
"You will say of mo as yuu onco did
of Jamio Pntcrson, 'Gone wrong for
want of enough spirit to do right." I
suppose yuu have been told of all my
delinquencies by tho colonel ?'' said
Ronald, with an air of something like
.defiiuice, though ho had softened visibly during tbe previous conversation.
Sir Dunctin repeated what tlio oolo-
onel had said, adding, "No doubt it is
hard for you to submit at once to your
change of position; but if you are not
man enough to do your duty, you nre
not the man I thought you would bo."
"You always put things in such n
way as to enlist mo on your side, Sir
Duncan. It is hard to be perfectly
"submissive and deferential to a sergeant who is an ill-tomporcd brute, or
to a simpering sub-lieutenant who
looks like a schoolboy,"
"You're hardly more yourself, Ronald."
"Quito true, but I hnvo gone
through mure than tlio young gentleman of whom I am speaking. However, Sir Duncan, you havo shown mo
real kindnoas to-day, aud T will try to
prove that, it is not misplaced. Tell
my mother so; it is the best mesango I
can send hor,"
"I will, my dear boy. And I hopo
you Vf ill lot me have a line to say how
you are getting ou."
"Letters to bo signed 'Private,' Sir
Duncan; you never had a correspondent of my rank beforo!"
" 'Tbo iniik Is ljut :iu- giiliwii-a ultimn,
Tlie iii'id'a lliu gowtl to-- a' Hint,-"
replied Sir Duncan, quoting, as his
daughter hnd done, one of iho most
truly national of Scottish songs.
After Bomo further conversation he
left tho Castle,.by no means easy ns tu
Ronald's future, but sfili hoping that
ho might turn over a new loaf, and
tliat discipline might train and improve him.
It waa late (lint evoning when he
roached Ardonshaugli, nud whilo waiting for dinner lie spuke uf tlie results
of his visit,
"Bennett won't bo bought off, at
least by me. I'm nut sure but wiint be
would have consented if his fathor
would oven have shared the expense
instead of washing his hands of the
whole affair. He's ns proud us Lucifer."
"I think tho holier of him for sticking to 'ho profession, now that he has
chosen it," said Leslie.
A fat ut jingle of bai';;les indicated
that Miss Forbes wns raising her hands
in surprise nnd horror*.
"My dear Fran1,! how can you
think Iho better of the poor fellow for
being a rough common soldier 1 Suoh
a good-looking hid, too, and with sumo
cleverness."
"Are good looks and clovorness so
inappropriate in a soldier, Au.it
Alicia?" asked Leslie, with gravity.
"Ah, you mean an oflicer, but ihis
boy is a mere soldier; it is n dreadful
pity," said Miss Forbes, who had
changed her opinion of Ronald since
Muriel's engagement.
"I confess I don't agree with you,"
replied Leslie "trio need nut remain
a private; and I can tell yuu thero nre
sergennts in my regiment win me education and manners are better than
those of many mon one meet,-). Tako
your ponderous neighbor, Hardwicke,
for example" give his fortune to ono of
these men, nnd they'd bo ten times
holier company, and, I banks io their
training, would look like gentlemen,
which lie never will."
"For the best of reasons, that he is
not one by birth," said Miss Forbes,
ignoring tbe rest of Leslie's argument,
"Nor altogether by nature—you
should ndd ihat, Aunt Alicia," said
Muriol. "Poor Mr. Hardwicke is so
good-natured and well-meaning that
one can't help liking him; but hois
always wanting in little points of tnste
and manners thai he .cannot master,
in spile of his twenty thousand a year."
"Quito true, Muriel," said Sir Duncan; "and I have always said (hat
Ronald Bennett wns n gentleman nt
heart*—a gentleman, you may say, by
instinct. I fear ho has lost himself a
good deal of lato, but I have faith in
his recovering himself too. By-the-
byo, have you done anything to make
him feel himself aggrieved-, Muriel?"
"II   No, papa—nothing wliatover."
"It is very odd: there is something
in his mind that makes him touchy
nbout you. He seemed to fancy that
you took no interest in him—ho said
ns much, iu fuel; but of course I did
not discuss the matter."
"Bow estraortlinaryl" snid Muriel,
blushing, however, so much that her
fafher fancied there must bo something, Homo ini&.al.o, perhaps, on the
young man's pint, (tint she did not
wish to mention. In truth, she was
thinking uf Leslie's surmise, and imagined ihat the srnngonessof Ronald's
manner confirmed it. Sho wns un*
feignodly glad to hour of bim, and
deeply interested in his career, fur it
seemed to hor pityhnr heart ilut she
might havo unwillingly helped to drivo
him away, and in lhe fulness of her
own happiness Bhe grieved for his
wauled love.
"Frank, shall I writo to that -poor
follow—just a kind note, you know]
I should not liko him even to fancy
that I thought less of him," said she,
when ah me wiih Leslie.
He reflected a moment beforo nn-
sworing. Ho was hardly groat enough
to be on a level with Muriel's gonerous
impulses.
"I think not," lie replied. "He hns
chosen nu inferior position, and I
would Hither you did not writo to bim,
unless it were more necessary than it
seems to be. Send liim a messuge
through liis mother, when you go
homo."
"Vory woll, dear," replied tho girl;
but though sho said no moro Leslie
folt that sho wns disappointed, und,
regretting that it should bo do, did not
think moro kindly of the boy whose
name had more than once cast n shadow, light ns gauze, nerusB his blisH,
That bliss was, indeed, so great that
ho, liko Muriel, somolimos wondered
how long it could continue.
The time of gra*co demanded by Sir
Duncan before purling with his daughter had almost elapsed. In a couple
of months Muriel would he eighteen,
and as soon after that as the lawyers
and dross-milkers would allow she
would be Leslie's wifo.
(Tu ho Continued.).
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Copy-iiooks, Drawing materials, etc,
Blank  Books.
A very lnrge assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes nud qualities.
Paper- & Envelopes.
This dcpnrtmeiit is very complete, nnd
ns the goods hnve been purchased from
the manufacturers^ on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those o,' any other establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heath, Statements,
Memonioduiii, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, nnd other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London mid Paris, An immense stock of ■Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very largo variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to wliich additions arc being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very largo and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such ns arc usually
found in a stationery establishment.
SfHrliiKli'ii, Kye-'ilnHM*-.
Pliiylng Cnrtlfi, 'Vialling Cnrilf,
li-i-.liii-*-s Cnril*, Cnril lim-v-l,
'■ml Oases,   Vnst-N, (iiimcx,
Inks nf nil hinds,
Iilkfitaiids- -|)inln nml rttney,
Photo. Alliums. Pictures,
An'offr-nuli  Albums, Toys,
St'i-np Potrki, Pur tic ft,
Witling Desks, Gol-I Peng,
LR-lloi'Woi'k liu-.kits.
Gentlemen's o•■«•*•* im--; Cii-fcN,
S't-llnt'-, Velvet Finmcs, feu., &.■*.
Pianos & Organs.
1 raving made unusually favorablo arrango
ments with some of the loading Piano
milkers in Boston, Now York, Balti
moro, and elsewhere, we arc aide to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more lliiiu hns heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agoncy in this Province
for the line Pianos manufactured by Henry P. Miller, of Boston. A mtmbor »f
those Pianos, imported by us, are now in
this city, and thoy ure undoubtedly tlio
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. Wo are
nlso agents for tho Kimlie Pianos, tlio
Steinway, tho Wobor, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we can supply on
the most favorable terms. Wo am-.gents
in this province for the Dominion Or Kan
CO'S. Organs (of Bowmnnvilta, Out.), nnd
W. Hell & (Vs. Organs (of Gnelpli,
Out.), and the lending American Organs,
Persons Imtemoinq to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of nny kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us,
Sheet Music.
Tho largost assortment of Vocal nnd Instrumental Music to bo found anywhere
on tbe Mninlniiil. Solos, ducts, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both Booiilar and
sacred. A line collection'of thevory best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pianists in the cost. Sheet music
sold at New Vork prices,
Music  Books.
Always on hand, n good assortment of
Instruction Hooka for Pinno, Oraiui, Violin, etc. The new nnd enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method, Also, a
collection of miscellaneous mimic books.
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance..
Wo nro agents for the Nouth Bum.su
and Mkucantilk Finn Insuhanob Co.}
Capital, §10,000,000 ; Losses paid, $25,*
000,000. Also, the Coxvf.dkiution Lifrc
Association, ollering the lowest rates on
the best security of uny company doing
business in Cuunda,
T,R. PEARSON & CO,,
t!ol urn bin it. (between O. O. Jlnjor's and Jimiob
CiinnliiKli'iiu'i),
Now Westminster, B. C.
J. A. il.
General ConMssioii Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, MVD.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(neak dkili. shed).
Residence — Aqmes   Street.
UORDOIE. CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Colunlnl Hetel)
NMUV   WEST M INST BR.
S3T Several good Farms for Sale nml to
Lease. nolO
[MERCHANTS,
AV11ARF SfBKETi ■ VICTORIA.
North British ami Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
ao Finsbury Circus,
London, R. (/.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Coiul and
GENERAL AGEWT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for (llcTltAVEMKItS' INSUK-
'\(;i: CO., of Hartford, Conn.
New Wc.tltlnsler, D. C.
Ever} Man lo his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(orr. colonial norm,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
I'liyslclniis' -"rcscrlpllons nnd Family Itoclpcs a Specially.
N.  li. — Only Gcnnino Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    lnl*2.-|
JL
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
BENTS,  DK1IT8, 4C, COiiiiKCTBD,
Loniifl Negotiate,!, and a General
Agency Uusiness tratiSHCtod.
AGENTS  FllH TUB
I'hcnlT Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, mul the
Kpllnlilo Mfe Assurance Society
of the l'nitrd States.
tOI.I-llt-l    STIIM'.T.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   li. C.
P. O. Box W.
ESTABLISHED   INT   18S2.
L P. FISHER'S
3W XI"W G5 3E» ji, JL* H 2-C*
tDVERTISING
•Sffl- TCQ IW «T2 ~W
Room:-. *20 and '21, Mcnhiinis- Exchange, California St., S. F., Cnl.
NUt-AUVEUTISiNO SOLICITED
, fur ill! noWBIniiiOn pill'lUIii'il Oil tin- I'nclllc
0.111*1', th« Snmlwicli M-itHl*, I'ol-MR'Klit. Mcxiaii.
I'nrtft, I'liiiimiii. Viil|mrnl*4(i. ,Iii*)i.ii, Cliliiu, New
/.-'nlnml, tlio Aiwli-ili.ui CoI'mii'H, tli« ''union*
Sink--! nml Hur.***-*. Klli-i- of ncnrly nvcry iii'W-t-
|iii|.i>i- -niMMii'il on tlio 1'ticiHc ('ui-n kit kept
coiutntitly on liiiiiil nud nil nilvtirtiHiiiN uro
»!k-wiil Iron ftOCOM to thi'in thirinij liimhn'H* lioUrB,
Tlio lliirn-.ii OotUMD'AM Ih kqit un Oto itt tlie
offlMof-Ih I'. Piste.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
mHK UNDERSIGNED HAR l**OR
_L salts on reasonable! terms a few half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, si ml hy tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
Tho dams being choice  dairy cows.
A. S. VEDDEIt,
jell ftimiis.
BOY WANTED.
AN INTKLI.IGENT AND STKA1)Y
Hoy wanted to lcm-n the l'l-inting
Basilicas.   Must bo   able to rend and
writo.   Apply at       THIS OI'TICE.
nolS
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
■ DEALERS IN—
ROCERIES
—jk.Tia32> —
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STBEET;
TA"
HavlUg established Business in tho above
Lines and liy
RECENT IIPBRTATIOKS
European & Eastern Markets
Wc art! projwed to fill orders to the
TratU; in the following (.ioods:
COEEESS,
8"
TOBACCOS,
I
CODFISH,
Candles, nice, Sjtiii*, Oliccsc,
Dried fruits, Canned Goods,
Vlncgtli'j Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coa! Oii,
Cocoa,
Pearl
arey,
S'
'AM*«
,'■< Id,
BBGOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
And aH'othcr Goods in tho Grocery and
Provision Lino,
SPECIAL  ATTENTION
Is called to the imdomoted Goods, on
which tho moat LTBERAHNDDGE*
MENTS will ho offorod to the
Trade, na wo are
SOLE
Agents for BriMCotalria
fiOOI) AS GflLO RAK1XG 1'OWDhU
Tho Best mid Clicapnat.
SOLE AGENTS FOE
Eastern Light Coal Oil
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the   LnrucHt Size and Best
ToTmoco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
(-f^**-*-*"-- _   .-_
eStf**?."* r-"r*"v'sn 11'" -S'u'fe'-J
.■.*--.*■_*:■■>. -MTV.■;».■-'" ■■-';■'    ~~~-
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OB—
-von—
WHITE  LABOR
—-OX  TIIK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen.... $3 00 to $4 00 If? day
Earth Foremen,.. 2 25 to 3 00     "
Bridge Foremen., 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons ... ...... 2 50 to 3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
clnss   3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith  Helper.*!   1 50 to 2 00    "
Drillers  1 75 to 2 00    "
Lahorers.  1 '50 lo 1 "75    "
Hewers, lstch3S   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 "
Scorers, Ist claus    2 50 '*
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to Iind themselves Bed,
Board nml Lodging.
Boarding Houboh will  ho convenient
along the Line.   Board—-§4 per week.
It will not ho compulsory for Employees to hoard in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
10th of each month,
A.  ONDERDONK,
Gkxkuai. -.Iakager.
Ornci: of the Contiiactors,
Canadian l'Acivfc 11.ui.way,
YcJo, Mai-till 1,1881..
1882.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
"Ahvuy-i vnrltxl, alwnyaKowI, iihviij*H Improv.
Illg,''—CIIAM.E3 FllANClH AllAMM, Jfl.
irAttl'Ett'S MAOAJSWC, llii* nin.it |n*pnliir Ulna-
trn'eil iwlntllciPln thu worH,jM!j*ii.i* il«stxty-
fnnrHi volume with tlm 'Dcecinliui' Niniiliiir, It
ri'iirpai'iits wlmt i- lioul in Atiiwlcnn HUiriitiiro
mil ui'l; hik) itri mni'l.c'l Ruccr-M in tillglnil'l—
u-li'ti-'- it .iim iiln-n.lv ii rliciiliilimi lur-it'r tlinu Hint
'ifimv KtiKlIili mutiu/llie of lli.l Miiii-i'liie--*-.,--*!
Iironj-Iit liiti< Its i*i*rvini ilit* nmr-l -'iiiiiivnt writers
nml uriiHtH el' flrwit l)rilniii, 'Hiti f>rtliniuiini*
vullllllcs Tor 18S2 will III uvury ruBtioot *nii*]iiuiii
tliWi'lirwloccsiioru,
HAKPER'S   PEUI0»ICALS.
rt'.it vr.iKt
IIAUI'KU'S MAGAZINE 14 00
IIAltl-l'U'BWI'Ei'r.Y 4 00
IIAlirKU'S 1IA7.AU  4 00
TlioTIIHKE n1«ive pnliliciitiutH 10 00
Any TWO abovo nnmed 7 tm
IIAKI'HIt'S yOUNQ I'HOi'l.i:  1 SO
HAm'KICS MAHA7.IXK > , m
|IARI'Bll*8 YiKJXO I'WUM.K   J  " w
llAHIMiU'SVIlANKI.IN^itlAIlKT.tilHAIlY,
. OnuyL'!ir(ri2Siini1icr-i) 10 00
l'-ir-l:!-.--- Freo to nil siibwrilii'i's In th« Uuiteil
Slut-w uiCiuiiiilu.
Tlio volumes or Ilie M.umivr. Iiotfllt wlltl tho
N'liinlier-, for .Iiinn nml  llei'i'inlier of nirfi Vbtir.
Willi!   Hit   iillli'   Is K|iHiiru*:l. It Wlillicllllll-Til I
thnt tlio .iiiii.'-'rliii'i* wtdiica i<> in'-'in witli tliooin**
rent Nuin* it.
A Cuiii|ilutn Bet of HAr.pKii'H Mvfltzi.NK, c>m-
pHulllK OU A'olllillCB, In ncnt olotli liliiillitjt, will liu
jtunt Ity i'X|nv*-, Trelclit nt t'X|ii']i*ni of -itirr!i.i*-er.
on n*i-<-i|it of *J l!.*i |H'i* v..litm«t.   Slncl.t ml h,
l.y nitll, imwI'miIiI, Si W. Clolii crww, for Mini-
Inn, Menu'*, by mull, prwl[ml,|,
IniH'X to tlAiiriiit's Maihhixi:, Al-tlii-ln'tlml,
■miilvtlnil, nml ClnH-llii.1, i\n- VhIiihics 1 tiitW,
imliiHl'<-, from .limn, is..n, to .lime, 1E.S0, ono
vol., 8VO, CI..1I1. .*l 00.
IliiiiEltniK'i'H -.lionlil lie nuiilti by P.^t-iiilW
Money linltT or Dnifl, to iivolil clmtico of Iish.
Kowi**in]iori nm not to copy tht* nilvartl-Himont
wltlniiii ihu oxproM ontiT of llnrpor A Brotliem,
Atlilroas UAJtl-Blt A lino.;., Now Turk.
THE
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—THE—
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
IT IS TUG ftECOO 1VI/KD A UT1IO-
rity In OiinmerHiil iind Untinolal Oirclwt,
■iii-l Mn1 l-i'-ii l-'iimil*,-Jtiiinril on tlio 1'iicllir i-o,-i>i.
Sorvotl by cirrlorg In Snn Fiimclnco
nmltlio towns of the Inlorlor nt anc.-Hir w«-/k
Ity mnll, 'ioi*lii^o imld $1'& jtoryunr,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Ih it iniiiinnolh twi)lvn-|iiigu Jnurnnl, nml In pro.
portion to Its site tlioolienpoflt pnjn-r In tin*country
SUBSCUIPTION RATfifl.
Tho ~W*c>ily nnij the Prldny llull«lln,
fiinilni* toKfltliur tlio iniMt coinploto S*>nit-
Wi-fkly puhllrihoil un thu I'nclllc Const, will
lio Hont tu nny ad'trimi, piuitiiq-l pnhl, on tbo fol-
lowlng toriusi
Weekly And Friday Uullctln.
Ono Yoh't $3 00
Six  Month* ,-, ■„„•,    1 60
Weekly liullethi Alono.
Ono Yonr .-. $2 60
m Muiithn .',........'..,  1 26
HomittwiccA liy Drnft, Postofllcp Onler, WoIIh,
K;iiir"A' l.'o'.i liSprOBS, mill .(■■■•IiU'reil Li 'Iter, lit
i ni i- Hnk.
FKKK SUED BlSIRtltliTlOX.
Knch Nnbr'crihcr will he preiontoit witli novom.
vnrlisllc-i or It me nml Vnlnnhlo TIIHM, VKOB.
TAIlM-JniiilKbOWKU HKKllS, eijlliil lu vnlno to
tho Hiibicrlptlon price of the pnpor.
Bt) -Senil for SiimploOopy, glvlni* full pnrtlculnre,
Aililron-i,
8. F. BULLETIN COMPANY,
HAN FHANCIBOO.
(-ulllbriitn.
North British i.^can-
tile insurance wf.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
T,R, Pearson k Co,, Agents.
NEW WESTMINSTEE.
Kcsonrces of tho Company at at
31st December, 1881.
I. Subscribed Capital—
Paid-up £ 600,000   0  0
Uncalled  1,600,000   0   0
£2,000,000  0   0
II. Fire Fund—
Reserve £844,676 it* H
1'romium Reserve. 319,661   ?   0
Balance of Profit and
Loss Account    64,367   9   1
£1,218,405 14  S
III. Lifo Fund-
Acoumnlated
Fund  of   tbo .
Lifo Braneb. .£3,112,600 7   8
Accumulated
FuiuloftboAn- .
unity Braneb..     396,616 i   i
£3,608,105 11   0
IV. Rovcnuo for tho Year 1881—
Firo Braneb —
Premiums and
Interest £1,024,460 16 II
Lifo and Annuity
Brandies -Pre-
- miunis and Interest      478;826 14   3
jnl7 £1,603,286 11   i
I GREAT ENGLISH ItElIEDY
I-ffincvpr-fniling
CurK for NerT-
*-\ "c«™   0U8t>ebinty,Ex-
. i^i.,M   hniisted Vitality
•»#j    of nny kind*,
% . -M.<'i0lMim Wtokn**** P«t-
^^'v,L^rJ.'f;%5^ atysis, Prostn-
f." v.b •^^SsM torrboea.nnd nll
^'■i^^iSCTlwi^H the,terrible ef>
i^*aa^se«aai.^H f,,(,(8otjouthful
folliest'-'nnd excosses In maturer yeurs,
DU. MINTIK will nirrc-. to forftrt
Fivo Hmidrrd Pallors for a cusp of
this kind Hip VIUI KCHtorntlvO (undpr
liia specinl ml vice mid trentment) will not
pure, or for nnvtbirf? impure orinjtirioutJ
found in It. lilt. MINTIK 'iva's all Dis-
i-nscs successfully iviiliont mercury,
t'OllHUltatlOD frett. Thoronph tjnmfo
tuition nml ndvicc, $5*00. Pike of YltHi
1lCStorilt[Tef $3-00 n bottle, or four
timo.-j.ih*! qunniity, $10*00; sent to nny
nd dress upon receipt of pries, orC O.D..
secure from obsrrrntion. nnd in prtvnte
unmn   il   desired, hy A. K. MINTIK.
M. I).
Those n-ho .ritnnnt visit DR, AfJUfitt
in Snn Frnnci-oo should send n full nnd
minute statement ot their troubles with
$25 00, nnd in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwimled, securely
•nicked, so ns not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine O, O. D, must
be n;'com pun led with $1,00 (as a gnnr-
nnlee of Rood fnilli). which will be de-
t]lifted when tlie pneknge is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.-Sent oft
npplicntion by letter staling symptoms,
fei and npe. Communicntions strictly
eoiifliienliivl. jny3l-ljr
11 Kearney SlrrrJ, Ann Frnnrhrb, t'Hl.
ORTSPIWrCuVS
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET?}
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DU. MPINNEY, well known fin tht fgnn«
iin- of lliu Moiitroi-1, (O. K.) Mcillunl limit.
mini, nml Into Proprietorottlw SI'INNKYVIMM
INi'lHMAltY, would mot ri*H]iui*tfully hifuntf
lliu jinllftitN nml Ilie nlDirteil curn'rnlly, tlint ha
'till i-iii.liuucs to trrnt cliiutilcanii nurroUB (li**
DlMUS with iiii|inriilli*lt*il hucc'i-m.
tAOIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Itomumbor thnt pronnullntitlun ia thu thief at
IiIHU HI)
COMB AND BB BEALSD.
It iiiiilti-r-i not wlmt ymfr troiililcn miiy dp, comij
nml let Ihu IKniuV rxninim* ymir ni-rn. It wilt
runt ymi iiotlilfi|* for coiiHiiltntloii, mt pt-*iino cnll
nml (t-itl-ify younulveH wlmther tlm Doctornmlor*
atnnils ymircuae. If-hti can curt- ynu lie will tell
you Hns If not, lio will t«ll you tbiif, for fm wlfl
not iitiilortnliu n cini€ imleHH lie is uonilitent of cf»
rectiiiK n ctlro.
I'nrilim nt n ttfatnnco wlnliln(* Inwilmunt, hy
semtiin* f'i'i nnd n minute ileiorlptioii of their
trouhlwi will lecelvo Iii' retnrii a fnll coiirau or
Iroiilinent Hiciu-ely imcke-l so ns not to excitu cu-
lionity,
Dlt. SP1NNKV will f-nnrnntee to torfelt Five
llumlfeil 1'ollins Inr every ciue of any kind or
cluimcterwlilcli he nii*li<rtnlteH nti-1 fill-i locnre.
P. M.—Fur ili-ici-it'i of nil-Hi nt-uiiliiij*, n flflT
ciiurno of uieilicIneH, Hiifficlmit for n cure, with
all iiisti-ui-Mniiri, will lit* snnt to any uilitrcuon
receipt of |10,
Cnll or Aillrcnn
Dr. HP1NMKY «Y CO.,
(121.1.V      No. lt Kenriicy.-it. ,Pmi Faniictuco.Cat.*
THE
rnHK ONLY BLUE IN WHICH THB
I     dothes can nutiniii for any length
of tiinu without specking or stroaklng—
tlie best nrticlo in the market.
C. D. KNIGHT, Manufacturer,
New WostmiiiBter,
British Columbia.
S-ir In ense of clothes being loft out ni
tho rain, can put snme itr Blue over night
nml thoy will not bo apocfrcd or streaked;
(auStc)
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that tlio City Tuxes for 1882 are
now duo ami payable at tho ollice of tho
City Cloi-k.
JAMES ORB, C. M. C
Now West., July 25, 1882. jy20
NOTICE.
AN IMPRESSION HAVING GONE
abroad that I havo disposed of my
property at Port Hanoy, I hereby stato1
that suoh is not tlio oaso,
THOMAS HANKY,
au30to Port Honey, B.C;
SUBSCRIBE
I--.or'THE Brltl-h. Columbian, tho*
*   Newspaper on the Mainland of British Columbia.   Only Si a year,

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