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Array Qovornmont Gazette
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
-IB  FODUMIED	
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— BT —
P. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Cmmltsi TO Ul-
TUULMD OUSIKEU CtPAITHEHT THROUGH T. R.
PUIMNtCO'l, lOW ASTATIONUf STUM.
year i $1 GO for 6 moa..
pnyiiblu In Ailvhnca,   Dellvurei}
iiy Carrier or'Agent, *1 por qwirtor, rayabli
TKKMS-lly Mall, $3
tl lor 3 raw. I payable
Advance
jor
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. HlBIEH & CO VlOTOIIA.
T. >. PaiiOH * Co. Yaie,
t. P. FISHER Ad,ertl.l»g Agent, .21 aleroliant'a
Kxchanjri, San Kmnclsco, Isautliorl.ed to rocolvo
AdTortUonient, Cur till, paper.
TUIf.   D.DCD  maybefound on nio ot
titlo rArcn ac p. iiow.ii.ca.-a
Now,p.p.r Advertising Bureau (10 Spmco at.),
wliere advertlilng contracts may be mode for It ft
NEW YOMK.
Wm _\ritish Columbian.
Wedueaday Horning, riopl. 3, HUM.
Contemporary Opinions.
The Mormon, obitrali nutlioiitios
keep up tlieir organization and perpetuate their peculiar system liy
strong measures. Recently two of
tlieir leading bishops were notified
tliat they must join the ranks of the
polygamists or resign their lucrative
positions in the church. Each of
' them hus now hut one wife, and has
been kept from taking another by a
very natural rebellion on the part of
thoso ladies. One bishop has listened to tho appeals of his wifo, and
yielding to the influence of his better nature, has notified the authorities thnt he wilt resign his office.
The other has not yet reported his
decision.—Seattle Poet.
Tho most striking demonstration
in tho "mnreh past" yesterday was
certainly that opposito Mr. Bright's
house in Piccadilly. Mr. Bright
was sitting at tho open window, surrounded by his family, and each detachment of tho procession as it filed
past vied with the one beforo it in
tho heartiness of its cheers. And in
the park, too, it was clear thit Mr.
Bright was the popular hero, ono of
the few nasty rushes that occurred
being caused by a man having "scandalized John Bright." The man in
question had ventured to remark
that Mr. John Bright had never
been friendly to trades' unions, but
tho feoling of the peoplo clearly was
that his services as a reformer would
cover any quantity of sins. No
Liberal statesman, other thau Mr.
Gladstone and Mr. Bright, came in
for any mark of popular favor, and
even opposite Devonshire House the
cheers wero few and far between.
The complete eclipse of nil the
younger men was one of the most remarkable, and not the most satisfactory, features of yesterday's show.—
Pall Mall Gazette.
It seems now to bo established
boyond any reasonable doubt that
some, at any rate, of the members
of the Greely expedition wore driven
by the pangs of hunger to uso tho
flesh of their dead comrades partly
for food and partly for bait. It was
veiy shocking that they should have
been reduced to such dire necessity,
ond every right thinking person will
unfeignodly deplore that such wns
the fact. But there is no use of
people going into hysterics over the
occurrence nnd affecting to believe
that the iniquity was bo awful that
thoso who were guilty of it should
henceforth bo looked upon as monsters with whom no decent person
would ever dream of associating.
There is a writer—wo forget at Ihe
moment his name, and it does not
matter—who represents the iniquity
of suicides to bo such that when
thoy go to hell thoy aro sent to
Coventry, for he says "tho common
damned decline their company." No
man of oidinary sense and common
feeling would over think, nt this
time of day, of writing in that fashion of the half or whole crazed
maniacs who, in the desolation of
their hearts, rush self-sent "anywhere, anywhere out of the world."
"What's done wo partly mny com-
Jiute, but not what's been resisted."
n the same wny it Is all very well
to talk in a foolish hlfalutin style
about death being preferable to enn
nibalism, anil that .ny right think
ing and right feeling man would
have died rather than hnvo descend
ed to thut low depth. These people,
however, have never been tried, and
can, therefore, find it oasy to say
what lhey wonld do and what thoy
would not in certain given circumstances. It is very different, howover, whon one finds himself in cir
oumstancca liko those in which the
poor fellows of the Greely expedition
were placed. The ordinary standard
is not that by wliich men are then
to be judged, and it would be as
reasonable to hold individuals ro
sponsiblo for whnt they said and did
•mid the wild fury of delirium as to
cry out in disgust nnd scorn about
what takes placo sometimes at sea
and somotimoB on Innd, and which
apparently took place in that wretched Grinnel land to which brave men
wero sent to face tlio horronof u
thousnnd deaths in pursuit of what
we shall not characterize till the
actual gain* are published. In our
estimation, in short, it is simply
monstrous to try to raise a howl
against these mon evon though everything that is cither insinuated or
inspected were to bo found to havo
been strictly in accordance with fact,
Every onu has 111111111 of Iho mean,
miserable, solfiHhness developed in
■hipwrocks, at fires, in battles, und
in the midst of tlio phigne. Oould
any one mention circumstances more
deplorable, more desolate, uml mora
maddening than thoso through which
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 26
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884.
NUMBER 18
those on thia Greely expedition passed? If they did &b they are mud to
Imve * done, it was sad, but it wna
anything but surprising; und instead
of making a great ado about it or
trying to mouse out nil the miserable
particulars, let society, like Noah's
sons, take a garment and going
reverently and pityingly backward,
cover that nakedness for which it is
quite as much responsible as those
that went through its horrors—indeed a great deal moro so. It is
not certain besides that all partook
of the forbidden banquet Greely
himself most solemnly protests
against the idea that it was done
openly or with the general knowledge
and approbation of the party. It
would have been far better, to let it
rest where it was at fint , It is still
the best courso to make no further
enquiries into the mutter and tare-
gard the whole incident as oi.e deeply
to be deplored, and the parties said
to have been more or less implicated,
far more to be pitted than to be
blnmcd. There are lots of people
both in the States and Canada who
have not only done things a thousand times more reprehensible, but
are persisting in doing them without
the shadow of an excuse of any kind
whatever, far less of one of such terrific power as that before which
those poor starved and maddened
waifs are said to havo fallen.—To
ronto Globe,
A Rabbit Subdues a Boa.
According toa Paris newspaper a
rabbit was placed in the cage of one of
the larger serpents in tho Jnrdiu des
Pluntes a day or two at>o, for the daily
meal of the occupant. - A poorer specimen of the rabbit tribe, iu point of
appearance, it would not be easy to
find; but It was noticed that the little
creature had a peculiarly knowing and
determined look. Tho boa hissed joyously at the sight of his dinner, and at
once put all the power of fascination
he possessed into hia large round eyes.
But the rabbit was not to be fascinated. Boldly and even defiantly, he returned the reptile's stare, till the latter, finding milder moans of no avail,
T,
II. MATHERS, H. D.
Office—Temporarily in WIku'h building,
Front Ktreet.
Residence—St. John street, opposite tlie
Public School, New Westminster.
• mlilo-tc
G,
Bt. THE W, M. D, M. C. P. * 0., O.
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
Surgeon II. C. Penitentiary, Surgeon New
Westminster .Tail, Coroner for the Distriot.    Office--Corner of Clarkson anil
McKensle Streets.    Residence. Mary Ht,
Be*l&*to
DRS.MacLKODtfc. MaeSWAIN,
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS,
Office, Columbia st., opposito City Hotel.
Office always open, day nnd night.
Arch. MacLeod, II. A., M,!)., C, M. (Mc*
0111), formerly of Now York Polyclinic.
A. MiicHwulii, M. D. (Harvard), Licentiate of lloynl College of Physician.,, London, Bug. myH-tc
H
M. COOPER, B. A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE and RENIDENCE-Church St.
(next door to Farmer*.* Home), near
— - Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE H0UR8-8to 10a.m.; Ito9and
0.39 to 8 p. m. Cnlls In town and country promptly attended to. fo2te
JOHN 8. McOI IBE, m. II.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, as
also Assistant Surgeon Inte Honorable
East India Oompnny Service, wlshos to
announce to tlie people of Lillooet District that he lias taken up his residence
at (XIXTOX and opened n drug store. All
commulcations by mall promptly attended to. myl7-0m
I\n. CIIEADLE,
) DENTIST,
ssbolated with Dr. Welsh, can he found
at his office, over D. 8. Curtis A Co.'s drug
storo, Coiumbin street, New Westminster,
Office liours—From 0 a.m. to liim.,and
from 1 tn.-ip.rn. jo21-tc.
0
ORBOVI.D * McCOLL,
IiAHHISTEKS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Omen—MoKenzle street, Now Woatmln.
ator, B, C.
proceeded to unfold on. of hi. coil.,
This   menacing   movement  had the
of producing a marvellous di*
play of saltatory activity on the part
of tho rabbit. His wild bounds and
jumps, wliich ho kept up uninterruptedly for several minutes, moving hi.
ears terribly tho while, could onto bo
compared to thoso of a rod Indian
"bravo" in tho heat of a war dance.
The boa, who waa unnceustoinod to
such a show of fight on the part of hi.
victims, drow back, thoroughly intimidated. Profiting by this moment of
hesitation, the rabbit who wa* decidedly the Bayard of his race, jumped upon
tlie back' of his adversary, who how
utterly cowed and discomfited, retreated under the folds of hi. blanket. The
rabbit squatted himself on his hind
i|iuirtor> at tho othor ond of the cage
in nll attitude of expectation; am] in
those positions—so the voracious history ends—both'animals wore found
by the keeper, noxt morning.—St.
James Qazette.
Ancient Irish Canoe,
An Irish paper says that a most In-
foresting relic of tho past—one of the
ancient nnd curious canoes used in
Ireland—has been discovered on the
shoro of Lough Enncl. It ha. beon
raised from it. resting place near the
Island of Chro.Inia by a boatman of
that locality. Tradition has it that on
this island rests the remains of Malachi
Mor, King of Ireland, the wearer of
tho "collar of gold" and this adds additional importance to the discovery
now mado, as it may connect itself with
othor items nf Irish history on wlilcli
thore iB nt presont much diversity of
opinion. Those boats are hewn from a
single log, but very littlo is known
about thom, ovon by tho Royal Irish
Academy. Tlio specimen now discovered is thirty-threo feet long, having a
hole iii thn bottom, oa if a .ale had
beon used. Some antiquarians are nf
opinion that tliese boats belonged to
tho bronzo period. It i. to bo hoped
that means will bo taken tn preserve
this ancient Irish treasure.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
100 columns nnd IOO engravings In
each lastiR,   lira Vcar.    $1,50 a Tear.
Send two Ac U. 8. stamps for wimple
copy fKiiKllsli or flermnnl of the Oldest
anil Kent Agricultural Journal In tho
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
• David W. Judd, Pres.
751 Broadway, Now York. JoU-tc
T   T. WILKINSON,
'CUSTOM BOOT * SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. C.  First-Class workmanship.  Repairing neatly nml quickly executed. Terms strictly cash.        my'1-.'m
M
UHRAY * FRY,
nOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsomlning and Paper-Hang-
ing. Shop—Clnrkson street, opposite the
Now WoHtinlnslor Jnil, New Westminster,
British Columbia. ap2-te
1JOYAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
First-Class accommodation for Travelers.
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
mysl-'AI-ly Proprietress.
jrp». «. '*. BARPER,      .,_
CrlWTHEVllLE, dJULLlWHAok.
Bry CiHHla l.M Umnr'e., ■IllUrl? a.il
' r„tt Kotnts. '•'
Flrst-ClasH Drossniukor lu attendance.
my2l-'gHy	
MESSRS.
Respectfully be_ to Inform the public of
New Westminster nnd District that
tbey have commenced business as
Land Surveyors it Draughtsmen
Keal Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers, Accountants, ftc.
Ami are now.prepared to receive Instructions In their several brunches,
All business placed In their hands will
receive prompt attontlon.
They have for sale Town and Suburban
Lota in New Westminster,
Town Lots at I'ort  Moody, Port Hammond and L»t« ou town sites at'
IlPfitlnffti, Granville and
Knglish Buy
Ainu farming lands on tl>o Lower Frnftor.
Olliee—PnoNT STIiket,
Opposite C. I*. N. Company's Wliarf.
fofrtc.	
Union Temperance Hotel,
. VENTBEVILI-K, < HIIXIUH W K.
Board and Lodging.     Horses for Hire.
THOS. BARTLETr,
np30-to rpropriotnr.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. C,
McLEOD&McINNES
PEOPE1ETOES.   [JIyfim3
MOTH HOTEL
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C
COME AND SEE
flood Iks Have Come Again, Buys!
THK PROPRIETOR, JAMEH TURN-
BULL, bitviiiKiigiiln taken possession
of Hio TMirKKAMK HOI HE fronting on
Columlil.i unit Church Streets, opposite
EplHei'piiK'liiiR-h.Cllyi-f New WOHlmiii*
Htcr, 1). p., and now known lis the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will-accommodate all his old friends and
tho tiublli- Kenertilly who fnvor him with
lljiil, old prices   "      	
n cnl,.
Board     .    ..,    .
cents; Beits, 'St cents,   m* Good accommodation for Ladles and Families,    nuatto
llourd per day. $1,00;
i nor week, $6.00)  Single Meals, 25
. -j,..!..    ...     .. ..... , ....     .   ....
CEOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Viclai-m,
Britisli   Columbia.
STKIXWAV I-MVO*
klltli.1l.tX PIANOS
< in. h,:in\<. i-i.isoK
KktSt- PIANOS
tt. UK 11   A COMPANY'S »IU:.,X
 (fiato)	
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
aure iu announcing that lie is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly nnd in first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches, The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,     '
Late Manager Selil's Branch Furniture
Store, auSte
J.
BAGNALL,
IMPORTER k MANUFACTURER OF
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jiyovi)
J. A. CALBICK,
BDILDBR& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OP JOBBING AND REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED,
TTVOHBS * ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERB
And Conveyance™. Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated. Offlce, Columbia
street, opposite the Tost Office, New Westminster, U.C.
J. C. Hughes, T. C. Atkinson,
Notary Public
Jell-to
C. D. RAND,
Notary Public.
E. E. RAND.
Keal Exlnte Broken, t'oaveyaaceiw and
linmranre ArmIm.
Port Moody and Now Westminster Pro*
petty a specialty.
OFFICE-Columbia Street, opposite Post
(Miee, Nuw Westminster, II. 6.      Jlyfite
Tho anticipation thnt tho reducti.
iu canal tolls would stimulate the
froight traffic through Canadian channels has boon realized. During tho
past two months the volimio of grain
roceivod nt Mon tronl increased from
3,7(i4,102 bushels in tho enrrosixuuiing
period lust yoar to 4,370,211) bushels.
Tho volume nf trafflo which had lost
ground in thu early part of the yoar
will moro thnn recover itself boforo tho
senson ia closed.
Forty years ago no man with a moustache could lmvo boon elected Piesl*
dent of tho United Stales. In thoso
days tho moustache waa considered un*
dignified if not immoral, and a mnn
who snorted ono was looked upon with
suspicion. It waa a badge of tho ad*
venturer, gnmblor, and the rake in the
estimation of many good people.
An exchange snys, "To hoop milk
from freezing, pour a little molted but*
ter over the surface of it and keep in
a dark place." So long aa the buttor
keeps molted tho milk will not freeze
A lire undor the can will assist materially in koeping the buttor molted,
Doors aro now made of pnpor in imitation of mahogany aud other expensive woods. Thoy nro quito aa cheap
as wooden doors, hetter bocauao they
will not shrink or bwell with tho weather, nud nre lighter and more durable.
■»      —....—-
A Mississippi mnn, whose time hung
heavily on his hands, counted the numbor of grains in n bushel. Ho found
72,130 of corn, 132,000 of wheat, 109,.
000 of pens, and 104,100 nf cotton-
seed.
Littlo Noll—Oil, mamma, you musn't
lot the baby lio in the aun, Mamma—
Why not, pet? Little Nell-Twas It'll
melt. Mamma -molt? Little Noll -
Yos; mine AiA.—Philudetplda Call.
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Colnmbia Street .New Westminster
Arrangements nro being made for an
extensive Auction Halo of Bral Estate, to
take placo In Hay Next. Parties deBlrous
of disposing of tbelr farms, etc., will do
well to place tlio same in the linnds of tho
abovo.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Rest references
given when required. mblMe
W.
H.FALDING,
LAND, HOUSE AND GENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Colloetor, Conveyancer,
Ut'E, FIRE * ACCIDENT INS. AOENT,
Custom Houso Broker.
Agent for P, T. Johnston A Co.,Seedsmen,
 Victoria,	
And John r.euhy. Brewer, Victoria.
otwdiii
MOKuuilo hi, mie door from Columbia SI,
NEW WESTMINSTER, II, C.
up.'10-to
ir. k. i'kdahhai*,]-:. a. w. .tones.
OROASDAILE & JONES,
Keal KhInIc Agrnts and Broken,
Particular attention paid to the sale of
farming lands.
Money to loan nt low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Large lists of town and country properly
for sale,
OFFicK-Govornmcnt St, near Rroitghton,
Vletorla, B. t\     V O box 161.        tipS-tc.
Every Man to his own Business
-A..   FUELS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLON!At. IIOTKM,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
E*-|iMat«* FuruUhed.   Sawn Shiu-p-
ert nnd Set.
SHOP-Mercbnnt Square, Columblu SI.,
New Westminster, In rear of Tbos. Oven's
Blacksmith (mop. felUte
BOOTS and SHOES
fBOM
HEATHOBN'S
Boot £ Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
8'iop under tho new Oddfellow Hnll, Col'
umblast., New Westminster.
B. C. A. A.
1888.
FIRST PRIZE!
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
-TO-
KURTZ-SCO
-FOB-
CIGARS
[Signed]
A. PEELE, Seo.
,(ocl7tc)
AND Af.I. KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THK MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, aad will
lie happy to receive nnd execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments',
Pianos nnd Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors front the Mninlnnd, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will r
ceive prompt attention. jy28tc
W. M. JONES,
LOOO-EE, <sco.
MUD BAY, B. C.
nUKPARED TO  FURNISH nll Unil.
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Anil anything In llio cedar lino,
a.* xuwoat :■»«• • «-•«»"«
(Jyistlc)
WEST END
T'bilu and Fancy
I   imuu,   iiuuj
Ainl Con foot lottery ulwuys on li-unl,
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
Delivered to tiny part of Ilie City.
zc&'LrX/S' nxaos.,   Columbia street.
JoUMo
-We Havo ori Hand-
ALE and STOUT
(Quarts iu Glass),
T.&L.
Ph-'ilclMi' Prmcrlpllo-ii Ml Fumily Recipe, n SpeeUltr.
N, II. — Ouly Genuine Drug, nml,
1 Over twenty vm-V exporlonco.    mr23
(All VinnilH, nt Factory Prices),
HAVANA    CIGAR.S,
 AND	
California Matches!
KYLE & TILTON,
Front St., New Westiniuster.
(jlySOto)
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEEB,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
ttr Liberal advances made ou Consignments.
To facilitate the salo of Real Estate, I
hnve complete innps of Viotoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and tho .Districts,
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of nn Auction
Sale, can Iind n Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Ollice of the British Columbia Wire Works. AH sorts of wire
work done. Orders lilled with neatness
and dispatch.
Ofllre of llarlior Matter and I'ort War.
lieu. felO
MTITMEY,
 GENERAL	
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
Genera! Agont   for British   Columbia
for the
Lamb Knitting Machine!
Good Accommodation Tor. Travellers and Tourists.
Wilhla «,« ■dulea-walk ot Ike lull
way •i.ll.a,
ST. MARY'S MISSION, 6. C.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified and certificated nurse nnd accoucheur, and is prepared to give the best attention and
accommodation to Invalids and ladies
during confinement at her home &t>
above, the situation of whioh is one of
tho most salubrious and delightful ou the
Lower Fraser, A skilful physician will
be in attendance if required,     je25m3
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tbe City.
THE CUUKAW RFPARTMEKT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THB ONDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Publio that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Bleeping Apart-
ments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Aohtin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Jfor §*k or <®o |Uni.
FOR SALE:
LAMB KNITTING MACHINE.  Price
.  HO. Apply nt This Offlee.        autfto
FOR SALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
wool nml slrnw niuttrcaseH. Apply at
IllllS-tc THIHOrHl'E.
TO  LET.
mjHNIBHED BED-ROOM lor single
E gentleman; five minutea' walk from
Post Office-Apply at Office of TliU Paper.
. (0116 tc)	
Room to Let.
L-iURNISHED OU UNFURNISHED. IN
i? a private residence,  convenient to
business part ol the city.   Apply at
au»-tc THIS OFFICE.
Oxen for Sale.
T^'SX0.?!5 OF fry EAR OLD WORK-
OXEN Inr sale. Girlli fromdleetll
lli ,'s, 7 '™',' "i' Also-1 BULL anil 1
STAG, unbroken, gootl size,
WM. H. LADNER,
Ladner's Landing.
miiaiic
Milch Cows For Sale.
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS FHOM ONK
to ten gootl milch cows for sule. They
ure quito gi-ntle nnd first-class milkers,
r or purlU-uliirn upply to
P. GANNON,
mhlMc.
Butcher A Stock Dealer,
Ladners Landing,
Farm to Rent
THE "BBOOKHUBST PLACE," sltu-
ntcil 8 miles from Ladner's landing
uud 0 from New Westminster, consisting
of 10* ncres or flr«t-cln»N land, well adapted
for farming, and especially adapted for
grazing purposes, Fine chance. Terms
ensy, Parties arc Invited to cull and Jn- .
sped crop. JlyWte
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, ke.
~0. AUSTIN,
■ Proprietor,
THE
-DOMINION-
11
(LIMITED)
New Westminster, B. C.
B
WOODS & TURNER,
Conveyasicers,
Ileal I-Miife AgcnlH,   Lnnd   Surveyors.
Drniiglil-tiiH-iuund ItiKurnnrvAarnlJi.
Our property lists nro now very complete, nnd wo would call attention to the
following selections, whioh we nre enabled to oiler at very reasonable tij-ures.
Titles gunnuitcud:
New Westminster Oity.
Lot 20, liloek XXXII—good resilience
site.
Subdivision of lot !0, liloek XXXV—
G0xl3-> feat.
Southiiost ' of lot 17, liloek XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 nnd 8, block V—graded, clenrod
nnd fenced; ndjoining residence of W. IJ.
Townsend, Ksij.
1Mb US ami 70, block V.
iSubilivisions of lots 1 nnd -, block 0.
Subdivisions of lots 10 mid '.'.'I, block 7.
New Westminster District.
(lood fiuins in nil parts.
I(S5 acres on Fnlso Creek rond.
4 fiO ncres nt Matsqui--good dairy farm;
highly improved; to lie sold with ftock
and implements if desired.
'J00 ncres nt Sumns—a splendid chance
for dairy farmers.
243 ncres nenr Ladner's Landing.
320 norcs on Lulu Island.
Port Moody,
and complete list, oi
.[ tho Townsitc.
Land Surveying
A large and complete list, embracing
nil parts of tho Townsitc.
In nli its branches; mans compiled, tracings prepared, nnd nil descriptions of surging carefully and promptly attended
,   .'10 yenrs' experience.
Having been over nlmost tho wholo of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we nre in n position to
give intending purchasers n correct description of the property offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
The Plienix, of Brooklyn, nnd the
Liverpool ft London & Globe Insurance
C'iim]mnica.
The Kquitiililo Lifo Aasumnco Society
of tlio United States.
Olndding, Mollenn ft Co's terra cottft
chimneys ond vitrified stone sewer
piping. 	
OKFICJI'-raiord's  Block,  Columbia
Streot, Now Westminster.
iu.il2.to        WOODS * TUItNKR.
EG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they are now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
H
AVING largely increased
It
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has beeu recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. Tlie
situation and accommodations arc unsurpassed ou Burrard Inlet, which has be*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Coiumbin. Tho prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating ore excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Booms. Suites of apartments for familiea or parties, Tho Bar
ia entirely detatched from the main
building. ^r
1ST The Hotol is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Wcfdmiu-
stcr twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
and added a most complete outfit of wood-working machinery,
they arc now manufacturing all
kinds of
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Lath,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
SCROLL, SAWED. AND
TURNED WORK.
 ALSO	
FURNITUKE
Of all kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
Having imported the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK at LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
je'.'Stc]
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
Maiuokr,
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Oppoillc the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
asaortinent of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fom
Hies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE TRICES.
AFAKM OV 100 ACHES ot Rood land
iy, miles from Port Haney: good
rond; HOiicrescultivated; house 18x36,barn
und stable saxiifl; two eood wells nnd a
young orcliard of 100 lives. To bo sold
cheap for cash.      Apply to
JOSEPH STEPHENS.
Knutlt , Port Haney, a C
FARM FOR SALE.
OPPOSITE cniLUWH ACK LANDING
on the noi tii Ride of Fraser river.
Well improved; good orchard: 400 fruit
trees: n tine lot of Biuall fruit; 10 acres In
timothy; good house, nnd barn. For further ptiructiliirsnpply cither by letter or
person to
R. C. GARNER,
JlylUte Johnson's Lnndlng, & O.
A A FIRST-CLASS DA1HY FARM,
fi sltuntcd within one mile of Miller's
.iiindlng, Sumns', com-istlng of SU aores
inilrle, I7i) fenced, 03 ncres In meadow;
I wet ling house of 7 rooms; it, good dairy
mid commodious barn and outbuilding)
There Is n good orchard of eholce fruit In
bearing.    Will be sold with or without
stock, implements and hay.  Apply to
aCHATfeEY,
nu23*te Sumas, B.C.
FOR SALE.
W. H. KEAKV
Wishes to dispose of his Kfalluarry ■■<
lloul: Mure and tlie good will of the busi*
ness. TERMS EASY, whieh can be obtained or. application to T. J. Armstrong.
March 31st, 1881. op2-te.
for sale:
A FARM OF 100 ACRES IN LANGLEY
Municipality, opposite Port Hammond. 10 acres cleared, with small house
remainder covered with nlder and vine
maple hush, with but very little heavy
timber. Soil n uniformly deep clay loam.
Will bo sold chenp for ensh.
Apply to
PAUL MURRAY,
Maple Ridge.
FOR SALE.
TUB BEST DAIRY FARM IK THB
Province of Uritish Columbia, Hltunted
In Lower Sumns, consisting of 1200 acres,
of which 1100 is prnirie uml the remainder
timbered. There Is ngood dwelling house
of 11 rooms; n nrst-clnss dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
burn 130x04. Terms, one-half down and
bnlnnco on 0 yenrs' time at 8 per eent
Will bo sold witli or without stock. Apply
) A. 8, VEDDER,
J«-i-;.m Chilliwhack, a C.
Freo liil School.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH TUB pro-
vlsimi.s ninile at Inst sorhIou of the log-
Mlntlro assembly; notico is hereby given
IIuil ti Free High School will booponcd at
New Westminster,
Durliig Iho first week in Aligns! next.
Ihis will be a Government Hi-l-r-iil.und
lhe mhi rue of study will be thai prt-s--iili.'-l
by the Provincial Kdiienlioimi 1-eimvt-
meni. The curriculum will ciubi-nec all
subject* iiceenaft for College matriculation, and for qualifying persons to obtain
pi-ovinciiil teachers' certificates. The
sohool will bounder u flrst-class teacher.
Persons desirous of entering the classes
should communicate with the Secretary
ns early as possible.
T. J. TRAPP,
my3-tc Sec. Bd. of Trustees.
F. F. NELSON,
OPENED   A   NEW
|-AS    JUST
Store at
H
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full .took of
Dry floods, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Whioh will 1» Mid st New Weatminator
Price..
ttral far S.rlk Anrrlrnn  Irrlilrnl ■■•
Mtmee ftmPM,.
Next Door to CiUcdonln Hotel.
fcM-to
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps ud Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of MagarincB, Illustrated Papon,
etc., neatly ud cheaply Bound.
Oover»e*t Street, Victoria, B.C,
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landing, H.C.
SECOND-HAND
CYLINDER 8x12, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and tno 62 inch Spalding-
toolh Saws: atso, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole Is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1881.   td«!tc
I. LEHMAN,
Importer and dealer In
Inn, Steel and all Siads of Bard Wood.
Ox and Mule Shoeing, and Ueneral Repairing promptly attended lo'
YAI.G BRITISH COLUMBIA
 Jel8-3m        ______
F. KIMBLE,
0ITT BAEEET
PRODUCE    DEALER,
COLUMBIA    STBEET,
NEW WE8TMIN8TER
(MOW NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Liquor Act. W. D. Ferris
To Contractors H. S. Roebuck
Steamer Notice T. L. Briggs
Str. Idaho 0. E. Clancey
Phrenology Prof, McDonald
Nureo Girl Wanted This Offlco
Situation Wanted Union Hotol
Dentistry. A. P. Gareache
Auction Sale W.R.01arke
City Baker F. Kimblo
License Act C. T. Dupont
For Sale DeBeck Bros.
A Burning Question F. Kimblo
Auction Salo A. J. Alport
<Slu $vitish dotembian.
Wednesday Morning, Sept. 3, 1884.
The Government Sale.
While approving heartily of the
government sale of provincial lots at
Hastings, we must protest against
the impropriety of holding that sale
ut Victoria. It may be that the
government expects to realize a
larger amount from the sale if it is
held at the commercial metropolis,
but even if that Bhould be the case
it docs not seem to ns a justification,
The lauds to be sold are in closo
proximity to this city, and there are
large numbers of people both in the
city and district anxious to invest.
It is not fair that purchasers should
be obliged to go to Victoria to attend
the sale. Unless thore are very im
portant reasons for different action,
it may be laid down as a safe rulo
that sales of public property Bhould
be held at the nearest convenient
contre to the propety itself. If Vancouver Island lands are sold at Victoria, mainland lands should bo sold
tho mainland. At the present
time there is advertised a sale of
Victorin city lots owned by the government ; but that sale isn't to be
held a£ New Westminster! We do
not expect it to be held here; but
when land in or near this city is put
up at auction wu ask in common
justice that the people of tbis city
and district shall receive fair consideration. Tlie government has
made a serious mistake in the arrangement of this sale, and we hope
it will rectify that mistake at the
earliest possible moment Victoria
is not British Columbia, although all
the governments of this province
scern to think it is. The people expect better things of the present government, which has generally manifested a diposition to deal fairly with
every section of the country. We
hope this expectation will not be
disappointed.
Very Far-Fetched.
Our readers aro aware that there
has been considerable of a muddle in
connection with the provincial exhibition buildings at Victoria. It was
decided by the directors of the Provincial Agricultural Society thut a
permanent building should be erected, and they and tlie city council selected a site at Beacon Hill. After
all the preliminaries hud been settled,: nnd a contract let for the erection of the buildings, some poison
applied to the courts and obtained
an injunction restraining the progress
of the work. In consequence of this
injunction work was stopped for a
week. Lust Friday tlie case came
up for hearing. The person who
procured the injunction, a Mr. Anderson, was not able to show that he
was personally nffected by the erection of these buildings, and the Attorney-General was called upon, as
representative of the crown, to allow
his name to be inserted as prosecutor.
This be consented to do, remarking
that he did so uf his own motion, ir*
respective uf his colleagues, and
simply for the purpose of allowing
the case to be heard on its merits.
Referring to this new phase of the
question, the Standard Bays: " The
turn matters have taken will uo
doubt suit the government, and more
particularly Mr. Provincial Secretary
Robson, who, it is well known, is not
very favorable lo the agricultural
association." The Stawlard ought
to be ashamed of itself. In making
such a charge against the government it brings itself down almost to
the level of the Guardian, which hns
utterly disgusted those who read its
Billy attacks upon the most progressive government British Columbia
ever had. No person objects to
sharp criticism of public men, if it is
honest ; but this sort of thing reacts
only upon those who endulge iu it.
Enlarging   the Confederacy.
If the reports of eastern journals
are to be credited, the people of
Canada need not be surprised if Jamaica is admitted into confederation.
We need not say that Jamaica is
one of the West India Islands, and
belongs to Great Britain. It has a
population of 580,000, of whom
more than 76 per cent, are blacks,
The balance is made up of half-breeds,
whites and Chinese. The white
population comprises only about 2
per cent of the whole. It is said
that the chief object contemplated
by* the admission of this colony is
the providing of an adequate supply
of raw sugar for the Canadian mar*
ket.   The Canadian sugar industry,
which was expected so receive such
great benefits from the N. P., does
not seem to have been much of a
permanent success, The United
States government gives a bonus for
the exportation of sugar out of tlmt
country, and against that bonus it is
not easy to com-etc. But if raw
sugar could be imported free of
duty from Jamaica, and manufactured iu Canada, it is believed the
refiners would bo placed upon a
much more satisfactory footing.
Then, it is expected that the vessels which come to our shores with
cargoes of sugar would take away
cargoes of manufactured articles or
produce. The benefit derived from
this interchange of commodities
would depend, of course, upon its
extent. But we must confess a lack
of enthusiasm in the scheme. The
history of Jamaica is not such a
history as would bring credit to
this Dominion. It has failed in
the task of self-government, and if
the proposed scheme be oai ried out
our statesmen will be confronted at
once with somo most perplexing
political and social problems. Jamaica is too far oil' aud too isolated
to bo governed-economically-from
Ottawa, and we are afraid tho advantages to be gained from free
access to her sugar kettles might
not be sufficient to overbalance the
bitterness which would be almost
certain to come. There are already
conflicting interests enough, and
elements of discord enough in the
Dominion to engage the serious attention of our government, with*
out importing a people totally different from us in habits and
aspirations. Lot us address ourselves first to the consolidation nnd
development of the territory now
belonging to us.
Situation Wanted
AS GENERAL SERVANT, CAN  DO
ull kinds of bouse work.
Ustilt Apply ut UNION HOTEL.
FOB SALE.
JEVEN FIKST-0I.A88 WORK OXEN.
soStc DeBECK BROS.
NURSE GIRL.
WANTED, A  OII-L  ABOUT 12  OR
ll years ol as-1, to mind a baby ono
yoar old.    Apply at    THIS OFFICE.
3sc2t
ARTHUR F. GARESCHE,
DENTIST.
(LATE WITH UEO. H, CHANCE, PORTLAND.)
MAY BE FOUND FOR A FORTNIGHT
nt the Occident Hotel, v/h ere he will
orm nil dental operations,      itaolw
Our Resident Judge.
Judge McCreight, we are glad to
learn, has so far recovered his physical and mental strength that he is
able to resume bis official duties.
He left a few days ago for Cariboo,
where he will take the supreme court
work. It will be very gratifying to
Mr. McCreight's many friends in
tbis province, and the public generally, to know that he is able to do
this. But Judge. McCreight was
some time ago assigned to the judicial
distriot of New Westminster, nnd
we are somewhat puzzled to know
why, as soon as he has. so far re
covered as to be able to resume his
duties, he should hasten to Cariboo.
There are no courts being held in
this district now, bnt a judge's usefulness does not by any means end
at the court house. Persons engaged in legal pursuits find it necessary to go before the judge almost
daily, and it often happens thut most
important business is delayed and
heavy expense incurred because the
requisite legal machinery is not
available. The lawyers of this city
are compelled frequently to go to
"Victoria purposely to transact business which can only he done before
a judge, and, of course, the cost of
these trips comes out of the pockets
of tlieir clients. If Judge McCreight
has gone to Cariboo because the climate of the interior suits him better,
he must have gone with the consent
of Judge Walkemy who wns supposed to take that circuit. Iu that
case Judge Walkem should be asked
to assume the duties which belong to
Judge McCreight, at least until he
returns. But it seems our judges
prefer to herd in Victoria, and.
judging from experience and observation, we must say they havo shown
very little concern for the convenience of the people. It is a monstrous shame that the people of nny
country .should bo treated as have
been the people of tbe mainland of
Biitish Columbia, We havo five
supreme court judges, who receive
large salaries out of tho public treasury for the purposo of enabling
them to devote themselves exclusively to the judicial-interests oi the
country. At almost any timo three
or four of them may be found huddled together at the south-western
corner of the province, where all the
rest of the country must go to do
business with them,' Every scheme
tried by either the local or federal
government to distribute these gentlemen over the country has utterly
failed. They ignore every appeal
from the peoplo; they refuse to
comply with the expressed wishes of
the government. Surely it is time
this trifling with important public
interests was brought to a conclusion. If the present judges do not
think it worth their while to ac*
commodate themselves to tho circumstances of the country, let them
make room for others who will.
They are in fact the servants of the
people, but they act as if they were
masters, not only of the people, but
of the governments.
Malarial poison can he entirely removed from the system by the use of Ayer's
Ague Cure, whioh contains a sure specific,
in the form of a vegetable product, used
In no other remedy,   Warranted.
DURING THIS WEEK Prof, McDonald
will lecture ut the Slutting Kink upon
Phrenology, Matrimony, llrnlth, Ar. Ho
gives l'linmologk-al exuininutlons dally
at the Rink regarding neir improvement,
choosing n business, nnd how to make lifo
u success. ilSOlt
STEAMER NOTICE,
/-VN AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 10th,
W up-river stoamera will leave New
Westminster
WtoHEIOM AT 5 A.M. FOI CHILUWHACK AM WAV
Pom, HEIUIHIHO SAKE DAY.
Aw> Satwmvi at s A, m. foi Hope aho Wat
POITI, IET0IHIH0 NOHOAT.
THOS. L. BRIOHS.
BC3 Agent C. P. N. Co.
Liquor License Act.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TnAT
the time for receiving applications
for Licences in tlio several Districts in
licitish Columbia has been extended to
First Novomber noxt.
C. T. DUPONT,
Inspector Inland Revenue,
Victoria, Aug. 15,1834. se3t2
AdvanceBriiish Columliia
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKER
 AND*—
Produce Dealer.
Columbia Bl.,     New Westminster,
sesto
A CLEAR HEAD.
"Ono year ago I was induced to try A vkr'h
Pills as a remedy for Indigestion, Constipation, and Headache, from which I
had lung boon a great sulterer. Commune-
Ing with a done of five Pills, I fnuud, Uieir
actiou ensy, and obtained ■■i-.mi--t relief. In
continuing their use, a single Pill taken
after dinner, daily, has been all tbo medicine I have required, ayku'h Pills have
kept my system regular und my li'-ml clear,
and benefited me moro than all the medicines over before tried. Every person similarly afflicted should know tlieir valuo.
152 statu St., Chicago, June 0, 1882.
SI. V. Watson."
Por all illnesses of the stomach and bowels,
try Ayku'h Pills.
ntUFARED nv
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold hv all Druggists.
AUCTION SALE
—FOR— v,:
UNDERWRITERS.
I AM INSTRUCTED DY CAPTAIN D.
Chlsholm, (Speclnl Agont for tho Underwriters), lo soli by Public Auction,
THE RECOVERED GAR80
Of the Intely submerged
Steamer
UMATILLA
AS IT NOW LIES ON THE WHARF
AT ESQUIMAU, ON
Friday Next, Sept. 5
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.
-AND-
WHICH COMPRISE
WinoSp Spirits S; Liquors
HARDWARE,
flUTTA-FEROHA PIPING,
CHINESE CROCKERY,
CROCKERY,
CARPETS, CLOTHING
BILLIARD TABLES,
Water Meters, Black smith's Coal {iu csks)
Tubs, Drugs, Wbodeuware, Rope
In colbj (assorted sizes.
Coal Oil, in Cases
Butter iu Casks ond Rolls, Glowware,
Silverware, Tobacco Lead, Steel
Bars, Horse Shoes, Canned
Goods, Skates,
BEER, IN BOTTLES! CASKS
NAILS FOR 8H0EMAKEIW,
ETC, ETC,
avTho Ooods will bo sold subject to the
usual Duty and forensh. All goodstobe
taken away on or bofore Wednesday, the
loth September.
After tho goods are sold thoy will beat
buyer's risk and expense,
W. II. OLAItKE,
Sselt Auctioneer.
O. R. & N. CO.
niHESTEAMER
"IDAHO'
Will run between
Culling n.1 Port Townsend, Seattle,
und liitonnotlintc 1-orls,
ns follows!
Leave Tmoma every Sunday at I p. u. arhiviho
at New Westhihstei Tuesday Morhihc.
Leave New Westminster every Wednesday at
i a.m., arrivim at taooma thursday after-
«00H.
aosio O. E. CLANCEY, Agent
j»--f-rj-_.axi
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
A BURNING QUESTION!
The dray-Back Yellow Agony
Enquiry.
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKER
-AND-
PRODUCE DEALER
COLUMBIA STREET.
Suit
Git? of New Westminster.
IMPORTANT
AUCTION SHE!
CITY RESERVES AND GARDENS
"1 nt the Counoil Chambers, City 0
■*osfmliiBtor,on
Monday, the 27th day of October
At Eleven O'clock in the
Forenoon,
When the following Lots will bo submitted to public competition In nccordunce
with tho Lund Sulo By-Law, 1881, viz;
Government offlce Gardens, Block 1
Lots 1,2,4, S, 8,10,13, Iii, 17, 22.
Victoria Gardens, Block B,
Lots 1,2,3,», 7,12,13,15,18, 20, 22, 21, 23,
1,27,28,29,31,33,35,80,38.
Alice Gardens, Block E,
Lots 1,1,5,7,9.
Louise Gardens, Block 0.
Lots 1,2,1,0,7,9.
Clinton Place Reserve, Block F.
Lots 1, 3, 5, 7,9,11,13,15,18,20,22,23,25,
27,28,30,32,33,35.
Merchant Square, Block G.
Lot! 1,2,1,0,7,0.
Sailors' Home, Block I.
Lots 1,2.
TEItMS-SSfji per cent, on the fall of tho
hummer, 83-jpercent. In three months,
nnd tlie balance of Ilie purchase money In
six months from date of Sale.
Dnted ut New Westminster tho 2nd dny
of September, 1881. lisclil
TIIE TIME FOR RECEIVINO APPLI-
cations for Licenses under tills Act
bus been by order of the Governor iu
Council further extended to tho 1st November, 1881.
W. D. FEItltlS,
Chiof Inspeclor.
New Westminster, 2nd Sept., 1681,
L
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED TO
tho Hon. ,1, \V. Teuton, Dominion
Government Agent, nnd endorsed "Tender for Additional ("cilu, Penitentiary,
New Went ml nster, British Columbia,"
will bo received at thin oflico until
THURSDAY, lltli September noxt, Inclusively, for the erection nnd completion of
ADDITIONAL   CELLS
British Columbia Penitentiary,
Plans ami specifications can ho seen nt
the otlice of Hon. J. \V. Trutch, Dominion
Agent, Victorin, II, C, and at tlit' IVnllt-n-
tlnry.Now Westminster, nfter WEDNESDAY, tho 3rd of September.
Pontons tendering are notified thnt tenders will not bo considered union-* made
on tho prlnU'ii forum supplied nnd signed
with their actual signatures.
Each tender must bo accompanied liv
nn Avv.TATf.n bunk cheque, made pnyulito
totheonlerof tho Honorable J. W. Trutch
KQTJAI. TO KIVK l'Blt CENT,  of the ntUOUUt
of tho tender, which will bo forfeited if
tho party decline* to enter into a eoulrnct
whon ciill'-d iiiioi) to ilu no, or If he mil to
complete the work contracted for. If the
tender bo not accepted Ihe cheque will he
returned.
Tho Department will not be bound to
accept tho lowest or any tender.
By Ordor,
H. S. ROEBUCK,
Secretary.
Ofllce of ihe Dom. Govt. Agent,
Vletorla, II, C, :Juili Aug., im.      scHtd
WOTIOE.
T\R. McLEOD A McSWAIN Will move
IJ  Into thoir now ollice In the Colonial
building In nbout two weeks,    .
80au2t
3STOTIOR
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
VTOTIOE IS HBREBY OIVEN THAT
il| the reserve dnted 7th August, 1884,
has been cancelled, In so turns It relates
to those Bloo'ts In the Town of HastlnKs,
which may ho sold nt public auction in
Suwannee of the notice of tho sole to be
eld dated 23rd August, 1881.
WM.HMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. & W.
Lands A Works Dept,, Victoria, B. C,
August 2r,th,llM. souulw
LfcTOTJCE
JB HEREBY GIVEN that I havo made
application to the Chief Commissioner
Lands and Works, B.C., to purchase
OU acres of pasture land situate In Nicola-
KamloopsDIst.
Said land lies about 5 miles S. E. from
Chappcron Luke and extends In nu easterly direction from stnko No. Ito stake
No. 2,100 chains; thenee South 00 chains
to stake No, II; tlienco West 100 clmlns to
stake No, 4; and North (10 ehulns to start*
Ing point.
The land Is bounded on the west by
onsterly lino of L. Guichon's purchased
land, on east by smnll crook, on south by
Upper Nicola river, and north by Crown
""*-"'• CM. BEAK.
Douglns Duko, lTppor Nicola,
June lltb, 1881.
JlylOmS
1TOTIOB
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have made
application to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria, to
purchase 830 acres of pasture laud, situate
nenr the upper Nicola river, and the
Junction of O. M. Beck's creek and adjoins Innd sought to bo purchased by O.
M. Beak on May 28th, 1884.
The land I want commences at Beak's
South West corner stake, from thenco due
East 80 chnins to stake marked "Greaves,"
thence due North 40 chains to stake
marked "Greaves," thenee duo West 80
ehaitis tostake marked "Greaves," thonco
South 40 chains to starting point-containing Nacres.
J. B. GREAVES.
Douglas Luke, Juno 20th, 1881.       JlyJ6m2
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE tlio rates
ot express freight on packages and
parcels, safely nnd properly put up and
not containing any extra valuable or
dangerous compounds will be:
Between Victoria and New Westminster.
Packages under 10 lbs 25 ots. each
Packages over U and undor 25...B0 ots. each
Packages over '24 and under 60..75 ots, each
Packages ovor 60 at f-,.,,,1 cent per lb
From New Westminster to Tale*
Less thnn 8 lbs 25 ots. each
From 3 lbs. to 10 lbs.. SO ots. each
From 10 lbs. to 251bs 75 cts, each
From 25lbs. to 60 lbs ..81 00each
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs gl 60each
From 76 lbs, to 100 lbs, or over..2cts. per Ib
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE ANI)  LYTTON.
Loss than 2 lbs 25 ots. each
From 2 lbB. to 5 lbs 50 cts. each
From 5 lbs. to 10 lbs Jl 00 ench
From 10 lbs. to25 lbs 10 cts. por lb
From 25 lbs. to 75 lbs 8 cts. por lb
Ovor 75 lbs 6 cts. per lb
To Spcnce'H Bridgo, Nicola, Savona, Kamloops, Cache Creek and Clinton, 20 cts,
por lb, i
To Barkerville nnd nll   points betweon
Burkorvlllo nud Clinton ..25 cts. per lb
On C. O, D, and valuable packages one
per cout. on value In addition to ordinary
rates.
MONEY  RATES
Between Victoria and New Westminster,
38 CTS. PER #100.
Remittances Insured agnlnst nil risk at
"Lloyd's,"
FRANK B. BABNABD,
Manager B. C. Express Co.
FRED, HOMER, FRONT ST.,
nuilto Agent New Westminster.
ONUMENTS
D. J. ROBSON,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Solo Agent Tor Britisli Columbia.
nu2to
GREAT
SALE.
For TWENTY DAYS ohly
JAMES
Ellard & Co.
WILL SELL
THE  REMAINDER OF THEIR
WELkSElEUTW) STUCK
-OF-
DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, ETC.
-AT-
For Cash,
To Make Room for their Urge
Fall Btock now on
the Way.
nt)27to
G. GK
MAJOR
NOTICE.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
ll havo made application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty aores of pastoral land situated In the
Kamloops Division of Yale District, on a
creek emptying into Stump Lake, at a
post about 8 miles east of Peter Eraser's,
running north 20 chains; thenco west SO
chains; thence south SO chains; thenoe
enst 80 chains.
DONALD FRASER.
Kamloops, July 3rd, IBM.
jlyiema
IOO   CHESTS
Fore Uncolored -Japan Tea!
Healthy and Invigorating, the natural
leaf unadulterated; put up In Mb.,
1Mb. and 4Ya-lb. patent canisters.
KYLE A TILTON.
audto
HAVING ESTABLISHED
. immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, wo ue
prepared to furnish the various
-, grades of paper, put up fn quarter-ream packages and upwards,
1 at muoh cheaper rates than formerly. A test lot will prove
thia fact. Our stook also of
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN k CO.,
mySl-to Gov't Ut., Victoria.
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers!
BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS
From «10.00 to $150.00.
BREEGH-LOADING RIFLES
From J8.00 to 875.00.
REVOLVERS
From $3.50 to $25.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
All siws, from dust to 28 ball.
Eagle-Duck & Curtis & Harvey
Diamond Grain Powder.
Having imported direct from the Foo*
tory the largest stock of Guns, Rifles and
Revolvers ever held in this Province, I
cau and will soil cheaper than any other
house in 8. U, and what WEBB says
you oan rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA IT., NEW WESTMINSTER.
Aa Immense stack ef BpoHlag Goods,
racket ('allery and TebaecMlsts' Hun*
dries, and Fancy Goads, au!3to
LUMBER
STTSKES
SHIN6LES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes,. Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
BRICKS AND UME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING. &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th ofthe
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
we intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLACING H1LLSC0.
 LIMITED,	
NEW WESTMINSTER.
JeMo
JSTOTIOB.
ANY PERSON FOUND USING Explosives (or capturing flsli will tie
furnished with the utmost rigor of the
aw. G. PITTENDRIGH.
aOaulmo Inspector of Fisheries,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE EXTEN-
Blve facilities for
STALL  FEEDING,
On their premises at Langley Prairie, and
are prcpured to take cattle for winter
fatenlng or keep. Butchers and stockmen who wish cuttle kept fat and In good
order will find evory facility, and moderate charges. The /arm is only 13mtlei
from New Westminster, and Is on the
Trunk road. INNES BROS,.
aueto Langley Pralrlo.
Westcott louse!
PORT HAMMOND, B.G.
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
MRS. WESTCOTT begs to announce to
tho travelling publio that Bhe him
leased the hotel at Port Hammond lately
occupied by Mrs. Sinclair, which she has
entirely rearranged and neatly furnished
new throughout, and named as above.
The house will bo conducted strictly as a
flrst-class country hotol, where travellers
may at ull times depend upon finding
best accommodation and polite attendance at reasonable prices. Jy9mS
I
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
GENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, B. C.
M]
R. DOCKSTEADER also conducts
in connection with hiB Store, a
Boarding House!
AND   RESTAURANT,
Whore travellers can always be accommodated with comfortable, clean lodgings and meals cooked lu the very best
style and consisting of every delicacy tlio
market affords in its Beason, at moderate
prices. j28m3
Latest Arrivals!
-AT-
MI3S.
EMMA GOLD'S
Juat Received,  EX  STR. IDAHO, m
magnificent stock of
From one of the best manufactories in
the world. These shoes embrace all ths
finer lines, and are of a stylo and quality
NEVER   BEFORE  8EEN
In this Province.   Coll and examine for
yourselves.
 _ALSO	
From 75 cents to $3,50 per yard.
The Largest Stock of
Gentlemen's Hats,
The beat atylea, uid the beat value, in
the eity. je28tc
WK HAVE JUST OPENER AT
WaLaMlUBlL.
COLUMBIA STREET
(Ceutrally looted {or convenience ol
Ladle, ordering), u Market to .upply the
Public with .11 kind, ol Preah, Salt .ml
Smoked
Fish,  Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
-AND-
-I'l
Where there will alwoy. be lound > good
.upply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF
CHARGE to private houaea and hotel.,
upon ordera being left at the offlce.
We reapectfiilly aollclt the patronage
ol the Publio.
MT Remember the atand—Two Boon
kelow trapp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Manager, at Market,
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlytto Mauager Fiahlng, ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Adverllsomoit Is.--First lnser*
lion, 8 cts. pur line; sill-sequent Insot-MnnS,
lata, per line.
Regular Couimerolul and Ihislucss Ad*
voitinemenU.-l column, U12 per month-
Hcol.,J7 per uiiiiilti; Wool., $4 per mon thi
it inches, t'i por month; I inch, Vl.no per
month. 'i'hese rutes lo be charged on
standing udveitlsemonts which rciuiUn
over 3 montliN, If for a less period th*
rotes will bo: 1 col., lift nor month; KooL
|B: Va col., |5; 2 Inches, M; l Inch.f-'.
Specials, among ruiullug matter.—Flrsl
Insertion, 10 ots; per line; siitis-v-in-ut Insertions,.-iuts. perllne.
Willis, Munliig-'s mid Dcilths, il each.
Ftinuriil notice's ticf-nmpi.uyliig dculh no*
tice,f>uciK.oxtru.
AT All transient ml veil Isonicnts wilt bs
measured by n scale of solid Niiiipariel,
which makes 12 lines to lhe inch and?
words lo tlie line. Display lilies must, b*
allowed for lu mulling osliimitcs Noad*
vertisement Inserter for less Hum jl.Oft
%\\t gtritteh Columbinn.
Wednesday Morning,  Sept. 3, 1881.
Shooting season began on Monday,
but grouse do not seem lo be very
plentiful.
Two cases of cholera are reported
at Olinton, but tho report lacks confirmation.
We are requested to say that there
will be no meeting of the Blue Ribbon
Club to-night.
The atr. Idaho arrived from Tacoma
at 0 o'clock yesterday morniw* with 46
tons of freight.
The Btr. Irving brought down a
large quantity of hay on Monday, consigned to Victoria.
Principal J. W. Dawson, of McGill
College, Montreal, has been knighted.
Ho will be known as Sir William Daw
son.
Professor Proctor saya that in about
15,000,000 years every trace of water
will have disappeared from the face of
the earth.
For thu month of August the customs collection^ at Victoria amounted
to $03,802. For August last year they
were $78,144.
The time for receiving applications
for Dominion licenses has been further
extended till the lBt November! When
will this farce have an end ?
Some very important resolutions
were passed by the city counoil on
Monday night. We shall refer to
some of them more fully on Saturday,
We are glad to see Mr. J. S. Clute,
collector of customs, again on the
street. For some weeks Mr. Clute
has been confined to hia house by Beri-
ous illness.
The area of China proper measures
1,348,870 square miles, being about
half the size of Europe, seven times
that of France, and fifteen times that
of Great Britain.
Montana papers claim that forty or
fifty horse thieves have been shot in
that Territory within two months.
With such a vigorous harvest going on,
the crop ought to bo thinned out soon,
Tenders are asked for the long-needed additions to the penitentiary in tins
city. From a notice published elsewhere it will be Beun that the time for
receiving tenders expires on the 11th
inst.
On Monday night and last night
Dr. McDonald lectured to large
audiences in the Skating Rink. Theae
lectures, whioh ore very interesting,
will be continued throughout the week.
See adv.
Mr. W. R. Clarke, of Victoria, has
been commissioned to sell by publio
auction the recovered cargo of tho
ateamahip Umatilla. Particulars may
be seen from an advertisement iu
other column.
London, with its population of 4,-
000,000, takes precedence of all other
great cities in ito list of periodical publications whioh number nearly 2,000.
These have au annual circulation of
about 1,017,000,000 copies.
The new mail service began last
Monday and about 9 p. in. the stage
left for Port Moody with the up-country mail. Port Moody will now have
a trt-woelcly mail service both from
this city and the upper country.
If the Czar could only go fishing in
Pitt Lrko, how happy he might be!
At present he is compelled, when feeling in in angling humor, to have a tub
Klaced in an iron-dad room, and to
ave the fish analyzed by an expert,
Mr. Jonathan Morey, one of the
oldest pioneers of British Columbia,
died in this eity on Monday morning.
Mr. Morey was ft member of the Royal
Engineers who came to New Westminster in 1868. He was buried yesterday by the Oddfellows.
There were quite a number of cases
before the police court Monday morning, but none of any special interest.
Yesterday morning a man named
Henry got 2 mos. for supplying liquor
to Indians, aud an Indian got 1 mo,
for having liquor in his possession.
We have seen some very fine peaches from the Nooksack at our fruit
stands during the past week. Surely
no one can doubt that this ia a fruit
country after looking upon such peaches and apples as may be found from
the Nooksack valley.—Whatcom Reveille.
M. DeLessops commends tlio French-
. man for living on cereals, eight pounds
of which cost no more than one pound
of the Englishman's roast beef, and for
buying American cottonseed oil at
three cents a pound, purifying it and
selling it back to America as olive oil
at $3 a gallon,
There is m sickening story in circulation about the criminal abuse inflicted upon a little girl in this citv by J.
Xockwood, who has departed for British Oolumbia, leaving his business
for settlement. The report has good
foundation as nearly as we can loam,
but U unfit for publication.—Whatcom
HeeeiUe.
Last year, says the Winnipeg Times,
there were In round numbers 150,000
immigrants who settled in Canada, a
d portion of whom came to the
hwest. Of these at least 20,000
wen adult males, whilo tho number of
those who wore self*supporting, male
and female, would probably make up
another 30,000.
It seems very probable now that B,
I*. Butler will bo a candidate for president of the United States. Ho looks
to the worktngmen principally, and
those who have taken up the anti-monopoly cry, and he will carry a largo
number of votes. It is believed his
success will injure Cleveland's chances,
and may be the means of electing
Blaine.
Last week we were informed of two
instances whero men were attacked by
wild animals on the Nooksack. In
one onio while working in his garden,
stooping over, a man was attacked by
a cougar and was severely lacerated in
the tussle with it, but finally split its
skull with ft spade he had beeu working with. It is said the cougar never
attacks a person while standing but
springs upon him while in a stooping j
condition. Another instance was that
of a bear attacking a person but was
overpowered and killed.—Whatcom
-Reveille.
In digging a well for E. H. Marcy
lost weak, in this city, H. E. Donn
found two or three branches of fir and
aider at a depth of thirty-six feet below the surface. Other indications
seem to bear out the theory that the
Fraser River at one time occupied tliis
entire valley und made the deposits
which nre frequently found hereabouts.
—Whatcom Reveille.
For the prompt and certain cure of
erysipelas, use Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
is the specific endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities, .
AauiouLTMiAL Buildings.—At a
mooting of the Agricultural Society
yestorday afternoon it waa resolved to
lease two and a half aores of the Douglas estate, adjoining the park on the
east, near the cricket ground, to erect
the contemplated buildings thereon,
ponding the decision in the injunction
case. The ahow will, therefore, be
held ou the days previously advertised.
—Colonist, '-■■
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Registry Office.- Mr. R. W. Armstrong, B.A., arrived from Victoria on
Monday with the necessary books and
documents, and opened the registry
offlce in this city yesterday. The
establishment of this 'office will undoubtedly be a great convenience to
the people of this city and district.
The office is situated in a neW building
erected for that purpose,- adjoining the
land office and court house., .,
'  ~^ '—'v**1       —r—
Fink Fruit.—Mr.   Jno.'" Kirkland
sends us three delicious peaches grown
upon his farm near Ladner's Landing.
These peaches are of three different
kinds, and are as fino in appearance
and flavor as anything one could wish.
From actual results it has been proved
beyond dispute that peaches can be
grown and matured in this country,
and it is a, wonder bo few people have
introduced this delicious and profitable
fruit into their gardens.
Dominion Sawmill,—-We under
stand that Mr. R. P. Rithet and
Capt. John Irving have lately taken a
considerable amount of stock in the
Dominion Sawmill of this city. The
addition of two gentlemen possessing
such capital and enterprise will unquestionably assist greatly the operations and development of this company. The establishment, as our
readers already know, ia a very com*
pleto and extensive one, and we are
sure every one will be glad to see it
prosper aud expand.
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River Steamers.—From an advertisement in another column It will be
seen that a slight change will shortly
be made in the 0. P. N. Co.'a river
service. The Wednesday steamer will
go only as far as Chilliwhack, and return the samo day. The Saturday
Bteamer will go to Hope as usual. This
change will bo an advantage inasmuch
as it gives farmers and others up-river
an opportunity of arriving here Wednesday night and spending two days
in the city, returning Saturday morning. The Wednesday steamer will alao connect at this city with the str.
Yosemite for Viotoria Thursday morning.
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The Crops.—We are very sorry to
learn that great damage has been done
to the crops throughout this part of
the country by the continued unprecedented rains. The hay has/-been
generally secured in good condition,
but there are largo uuantitlesof grain
lying out in the fields. This.grnin in
some instance has been utterly rained,
and the magnificent crops which the
farmers looked upon with bo much satisfaction will not give more than half
tho usual yield. This is extremely
discouraging. We believe it will be
found necessary in this country thoroughly to underdrain the lands. By
this uicatiB crops may be sown earlier,
and the harvest will be gathered before
wet weather sets in. August this year
has been wet beyond all precedent,
but very often crops are mole or less
injured by the fall rains, and the only
safety seems to be in early harvests.
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Port Moody Church Services.—
When the religious services at Port
Moody were being held by Ret. E.
Robson, he made a proposal to the
Church of England for union services
to be held alternate Sundays by the
two churches. The proposal was not
entertained, and some months ago the
English Church people began holding
service of their own every Sunday
morning. They have now abandoned
the field entirely. Rev. Mr. Watson,
of the Methodist Church, hss Invited
the ministers of the Presbyterian and
Reformed Episcopal Churches to join
him iu supplying Port Moody, and the
invitation has been cordially accepted.
It ia arranged that one of these three
ministers will preach at-Port Moody
each Sabbath. Rev, Mr. Allen, of St.
Paul's Church, goes next Sabbath, Rev',
Mr. McKay, of St. Andrew's, the foi*
lowing Sabbath, aud Rev. Mr. Watson, of the Methodist Church, -next.
This arrangement will give tho people
of Port Moody a variety enjoyed by
very fow congregations,^
City Council. — Council met on
Monduy night. Present, the Mayor,
and Couns. Hendry, Deane, fifliott,
Curtis,. Cunningham and Johnston.
Several communications were received
complaining .of nuisances.. A. letter
was received from Jno.D. Ronald,
Brussels, Ont., accepting M-ppMt)of
Council respecting steam fire engine,
and a resolution was passed sumoris-
ing the Mayor to order an tngine at
once. The following accounts were
received: Kyle & TiM, ftt.fiQi "ft
0. Gazette," $16; J. R. Taylor, $33.82;
Smith & Good, $40; Hoy A try,
$331.50; F. Forest, 408.26. The
chairman of the Board sf Healthfe-
ported action taken reelecting nuis*
ancus, and stated that, sn tho whole,
the results had been satiifactory. It
was ordered that all obstructions on
the streets be removod tt once. It
was resolved that a portion-of there*
serves be sold by publio auction on the
27th October, and that after deducting all expenses in collection with
these squares, the balance be placed
in the Bank of British Columbia to be
used for the New Westminster and
Port Moody Railway, or fnr sewerage,
water works, or city hall, aa may be
deemed best by resolution ot Council.
The following resolution was moved
by Coun. Deane, seconded by Coun.
Curtis: '•Resolved, that the sum of
$50,000 be offered as a bonus to any
person or company thnt will build,
maintain and run a railway from the
city of New Westminster to the Canadian Pacifio terminus nt Port Moody."
nnd that this offer be advertised in
curtain newspapers for two months,
proposals to be received up to the end
of November. After sopie discussion
the resolution was laid over till next
meeting, Council adjourned till next
Monday night. (
News for the Farmers.
Hay Presses and Hay Tedders substantial and cheap to be had from the
Albion Iron Works Co. Limited, Victoria, B. C. jy9m2
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O. R. & N. Co.'s Freight,-It wus
reported last evening, on good authority, that the O. R. & N, Co. have
lost a great amount of money the past
summer. They entered into an agreement with the N. P. R. R. Co., by
which tho former company was to re*
ceive 30 cents per ton on freight from
Portland to Kalama, and 40 cents per
ton from Tacoma to Victoria. They
have been running on this schedule
for the past few months, and it has
been thoroughly demonstrated that it
did not pay to handle freight on the
river division at that rate, to say no*
thing of the extra expense of transporting it from Tacoma to this city.
Most of the freight coming to Victoria
via Tacoma is bonded, and through
rates were furnished shippers from St,
Paul there. It was claimed by a well-
informed gentleman that should the
steamers be loaded to their capacity at
the above rates they would not pay expenses. It was for this reason that
the company withdrew the Olympian
recently, and until better arrangements are obtained she iB likely to remain tied up,—Cobnut.
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Core fob Rheumatism. — Sufferers
from either acute or chronic rheumatism
will find no more ready relief or better
cur* than Hagyard's Yellow Oil, ths
popular household remedy for external
and internal use In all painful affections,
Prom Maple Ridge.
'Correspondence nf Hit1 Columbian,)
Road-making in this municipality is
this year carried ou nt a rate never
known before. Through the liberality
of the government the council are
provided with a fair share of the dry
dook refund.—The literary society ia
progressing. The meetings are held
on Saturday evenings. The manner
in which discussions are conducted
shows that Maple Ridge is not behind
in debating talent,—Port Hammond is
growing. Mr. Edward McAdam is
building a dwelling house whioh is to
odd materially to the beauty of the
Port. The hotels nre making a good
business, and, aro both conducted ob
temperance houses; but then, it iB supposed the establishments would pay
better if intoxicating liquors were allowed to be sold in them.—Harvesting is nearly completed, and the crops
are, excellent.—Mr. Wilson, of Bastings. Ontario, who paid a flying visit
to hu friends here, has left for home.
He seemed very much delighted with
the country.
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From Dog creek.
(Correspondence of tho Sentinel.)
Your correspondent hnd tho pleasure
of visiting the Union Bar or Six Mile
Claim. The company numbers eight,
besides hiring eight other'workmen.
Last spring they averaged from five to
six dollars per day to the hand; since,
then, the claim has declined to about
three dollars a day. They havo a pipe
60 yards long, which is used for ground
sluicing, or, as the miners call it, "piping." The top ditt to wash off is 4 ft.
and "pay dirt" from 2 to 3 ft. in depth.
The most curious novelty that attracted our attention, was the shoveling of loaves of bread from their oven,
jnade ofr atone and >mud. < To form an
idea of the oven: they hauled out 77
loaves of bread( cooking 160 pounds of
flour at a batch,, jnd that amount is
consumed in a week. But flour being
uow limited, the subsistence is mostly
upon rice. We were invited to dinner,
and found their - cabin very-neat and
tidjr. One thing Chinese need credit
for is that they are always obliging, no
matter where you go,* or may «■$!
them, you will always be accommodated with a cup of tea, if nothing more,
and always given the beBt they have;
of course, like the ebb of the tide thero
are exceptions. They have a nice little
garden, a hog or two, and a number of
chickens, so you see the "Johns" ore
quite industrious.
From lhe Interior.
(From the Inland Sentinel.)
Last Sunday a blow up took place at
the Ferguson tunnel work, when a Chi*
naman waa injured, and a white man
named John MoM-thon had an eye somewhat endangered, Dr. Tunstall was
soon In attendance and dressed tho
wounds.
A letter from Pavilion Mountain says:
-Grain crops hen are above the average
field and ripe. Wheat on the river be-
ow nearly all harvested. Hay this sea*
son ou mountain very light erop. Mr.
Wright left Pavilion on the 10th hist
with a baud of beef cattle for Victoria,
consigned to Messrs. Van Volkenburg
Bros. They also drove a small band from
here to Canoe Creek. Stoek beef cattle
bring a good price now and everything
looks encouraging to the farmer.
An Indian of the Little Shuswap
Reservation, waa arrested last Sunday
on suspicion of having murdered a Chinaman named Ah Pee. It will be remembered that the latter was burned in his
cabin, which was consumed by fire on
the 15th July last. Of the remains of,
deceased only a portion of one thigh aud
a few calcined bones were found. A
close investigation failed under the circumstances to ascertain the cause of the i
disaster, the mystery connected with
which will now probably be. unravelled.
The prisoner will be tried as soon as the
witnessesVrive at Kamloops,
Mr. C. McMillan hu returned from
hts visit co ths Columbia river, and reports the Eagle Pass wagon road as get
ting along favorably. Mr, Wright has
over 100 mm at work, aud Is pushing
forward the work with energy, doing a
(sir job In road bulldiog. His expected
the work will be finished la a couple of
swaths or less. Mr. McMillan holds a
favorable opinion of the McCaully town
site at the Columbia crossing; also, of a
number of places already located along
the road, A number of miasm hud gone
towards the Big Beud and other mining
points. There wero rumors of "rich dis*
coveries," but nothing positive U warrant parties going fo.
Last Monday noon, two Indians had
ferried over a small scow to land a couple
of horses, and In returning to ths north
side when nearly opposite tbe Shuswap Mills, one of them named Pelic,
aged about 60, an uncle to Chief Louis,
broke his oar and felt backwards into the
river. Disappearing under water he
rose soon, but as tbe scow was drifting
In ths current he wu too far from the
reach of the other Indian and went down
again and wu seen no more. The alarm
wu given and canoes sooi put off from
the shore and dilligent search wu made,
but without finding the body. Search
hu beeu continued at Intervals day and
night since, without result. The body
wfll probably rise soon somewhere down
ths river, or at the laka. Deceased wu,
we learn, a good Indian, and his loss
causes gnat gnsf among his tiWcums.
Beautiful
panoramic
views In British Columbia, 76 cts. per
set at T, R. Pearson ft (Vs. *
From Nanaimo.
(From   Ilie  Freo Pross.)
Ou Tuesday, Mr, Win. Karl, postmaster, will remove to tlit- new public
building ou Front street, nnd kite possession of the handsome upnrtineitt apportioned to the use of tlie postoliice department. Tlio mail ou Wednesday will
be delivered from the new office, There
are two hundred private boxen iu the
new postoffice, and now every business
man can have a box,
A few days ago, Mr, fi. Qavfcloy, whilo
searching tor timber iu tlie rem- of tlio
old Harewood mine, heard a rustic in the
bushes and on turning and looking in tiie
direction of the sound, saw tlirec large
wolves iu hot pursuit of au animal. The
wolves stopped iu tho chase and made a
set for Mr. Gartley, wlm thought that
discretion was tho better part of valor
and at once took to a tree. The wolves
stood guard for halt an hour or so nnd
then departed in pursuit of other game,
when Gartley camo down from liis secure
position and returned to town.
We understand that the Dominion
Post Office Department have accepted
the tender of Capt. Rogers, of the steamer
Robert Dunsmuir, for a weekly mail service between Nanaimo, Comox and New
Westminster. The servico will commence on Oct. 1st. Tliis increase of service will no d-.ubt cause a material addition to the business transacted betweon
these three important centres. This ia
an instance of what persistent effort will
accomplish, for this service has beon advocated strongly for years post, and its
consummation is due to that spirited
effort, energetically endorsed by the
present members of tbe House of Commons for New Westminster and Vancouver Districts—Messrs. J,A.U.Homeland D.W.Gordon.
In the Inst issue of the Free Press wc
alluded to the fact that coal had heen
struck In the No. 5 shaft of the Wellington Collieries. The workmen have now
sot through the seam which ia 13 feet
thick—being 7 feet of top coul, threo
Inches of parting, and 0 feet of bottom
coal and is pronounced the aame superior
quality as the original or North Wellington mine, and which made the fortune of
its present owner. Thia strike proves n
large area of coal lands in ana around
Diver Lake and iB good news for the district, Messrs. Dunsmuir and Sons have
already commenced a railway from this
shaft to connect with their present railways to the shipping wharves. Mr. J.
Haggart, formerly overman of the South
Wellington Mine, had the contract for
sinking the shaft, and during the sinking
aome of the hardest conglomerate yet
Been In this district was struck, and the
progress wu correspondingly retarded.
It Should uk Investigated.-—If nny
of our readers are suffering from chronic
disease of the stomach, liver, kidneys, or
blood, they should investigate the merits
of Burdock Blood Bitters, It is making
some of the most remarkable cures on
record.  ^^
A Friendly Rebuke.
(From tho Victoria TimcH.)
The Mainland Guardian is furious
over what U alleges to be "The Coal
Harbor English Bay Fizzle," in its lost
issue. We would advise our genial
friend of the Guardian to keep coo!,
for no amount of vituperation or abuse
of either the railway company, parties
whfr **#** purchased property at Coal
Harbor, or the Provincial Secretary
and the member for New Westminster,
will now, in the slightest degree, influence Mr. Van Home's decision' as to
whether Port Moody or Conl Harbor
is to be the favored locality. That
gentleman hns visited both places,
making a thorough personal inspection
thereof. His decision will be officially
announced in a few days, nnd then the
contemplated improvements will be
begun in earnest. We onnnot but regret to note the mnnner in which the
Guardian charges peoplo who are
known to be interested in Coal Harbor with "chicanery" and other questionable acts, in the hope of being
able to sell their property. We are
not awayo-thnt jiny of the gentlemen
Werererft have over interfered with
Port Moody property. They are contented to let each place rest on its own
merits, a spirit the Guardian Bhould
likewise adopt. It is a matter well
known to many here, that it is with
difficulty property oan be purchased at
Coal Harbor at any price, owners not
being anxious to sell at present. It is
well known that the owner of that
journal ia largely interested in Port
Moody which may, in a measure, account for its sweeping accusations
agaiiiBt overy person and plnce tliat
honestly—and not through Port Moody
spectacles—believes that the C. P. R.
Co. considered its own interests only
in making the selection it has for its
Pacific Const terminus. Port Moody
has been assured that it will not bo
entirely neglected, that tho time
would arrive when the entire Inlet
would be required for harbor purposes.
We hope that dny is not far distant.
&U John on Prohibition.
At tho Milton (Out.) enmp ground
recently an immense gathering wns addressed by Mr. St. John, ex-governor
of Kansas. St. John has been selected this year by tho temperance organizations ns thoir candidate for president
uf the United Stutes, In his address
at Milton, after some preliminary discussion he deduced what seemed to
him a rule that total abstinence wns
the only enfe rule for thu individual,
wu truo of the stale License wns
recommended by many as the propel:
muaus for dealing with the liquor jraf*
fie. This was equivalent t" Raying
that the way to put a stop to drunken*
lieu, wns to license some men to mnke
others drink. "In Cumula," snid the
speaker, "you contribute fifteen times
as, much to tear down through the saloons u you du tu build up through
the sohool system. Iu the United
States we spend twenty times oa much
to tear down na we do to build up.
Aud yet we complain thnt the boys
aro baa. Many a fnther tells me with
a long face thnt his bny h a bnd boy.
If be will go back to his own personal
example, to his own ballot, he will
find what in part caused it. In tliis
country you pay twonty dollurs for
liquor for every ouo thut you spend
fur missionary efforts. Twenty dollurs for tho duvil and only onu for
Christ—and the devil can't save ono of
you." Spunking of tlio pU-a that wu
woro a freo people, and thnt prohibition would restrict freedom; he snid,
"God pity tho [Ktor, shrivellod-up lm*
niiui soul that imagines thero is uny
liberty that comes from a grog-shop.
(Cheers.) The man behind tho prison
bars, sober, Ib freer than the mnn who J
is drunk in- front of them. Paul in
prison wns a freer man than his purse-;
cutorsout of it. It is the truth that
makes us free," He dealt at somo
length with the great argument in Canada that if prohibition wns carried it
Would injure tho market for barley,
but his arguments were all sqmnied up
In the scornful question, "Havo you
J;ot any buys here to sell for a market
or barley f*   (Apptttuse.)   Speaking
of thu statement tliat prohibition was
a failure he ridiculed unsparingly those
who, without knowledge of the facta,
contended that it wus a fuiluro where
tried, lie referred specially to the re-
suits in Kansas, declaring proudly thut
tho commonweajtli that had the
strength to crush out human slavery
within its boimdariua hud tho strength
to crush out the liquor traffic. Before
prohibition they had J ,!I00 saloons, on
the lut of last December they had only
313. Sinco tlmt time they had reduced the number to 238. It was said
they were unable to convict in Kansas.
They had prosecuted 972 for breaking
the law, convicted 72(J, imposed fines
aggregating 8100,000, und imprisonment, in all, for 11 years 5 months nnd
l!)dnya. "And," ho snid, "speaking
to any of these scoundrels behind thn
burs, you can't convince ono of them
that prohibition won't prohibit."
(Cheers.) "It is said," he wont on,
"it will bring financial distress. In
Kansas, since tho inauguration of prohibition wo havo increaecd fifty millions in taxable wealth. No State of a
like population has made audi wonderful progress. The crops never were
better with us than they have boen
since we adopted prohibition."
A Vpioe—Thoy uro bettor in Hnlton.
Mr. St. John—I nm glad of it. I
hope God will measure your crops by
your votes. (Applause.) In Kansas
wo hnvo this year u crop of 50,000,000
bushel* nf wheat, and corn that promises to yield 250,000,000 bushels. No
common wealth of equal population can
show audi magnificent results. And
more, no bushel of that corn can be
legally turned into liquor within our
own boundaries. There wore four
distilleries und thirty-two breweries in
Knnaus before prohibition. All were
genu but four of tlio breweries, and
thoy would soon bo closed up, Tbe
largest of thu distilleries was now occupied us a broom factory, nnd thu women of the commonwealth had strength
onough to sweep away every grog-Bhop
iu the country. (Cheers.) They Baid
the population would decrease if they
adopted prohibition. As a matter of
fact they hnd increased 200,000.
Among them wero many from Ontario,
the bett men and women in muscle,
brain, nnd moral power, that Canada
could produce. (Applause.) Prohibition called tu tlio best and moat industrious und gave no encouragement
to tho thieves, the tramps, tho roughs,
nnd the bummers, the product of the
liquor traffic. "We hnve some falling
ofl' iii population," the speaker went
on. "The population of the penitentiary has decreased. (Applause) We
have lost 1,500 saloon keepers. (Applause). .
A Valuable Hint,—Artizans, actors,
sportsmen, mechanics and laboring men,
in fact all who unduly exert muscular
strength, arc subject to painful contraction of the cords, stiff joints and lameness; to all such Hagyard's Yellow Oil
is a prompt relief and perfect cure,
The Panama canal.
Tho London Graphic, of July 19,
thus comments on this great engineering enterprise: If ever this channel of
com mini i cation is completed, it will
have, like tho Suez wntei-wny, far-
reaching consequences. Tlio British
public, however, do not bIiow much
interest in the nffair, nnd therefore
seekers nfter trustworthy information
aro driven to the official reports recently issued by the govornment of
tho United States From these documents wu learn that, though the canal
itself ia scarcely begun, much useful
preliminary work has been accomplished. Surveys have been made, the
mute has been cleurod of trees and
bushes, cottages nnd barracks hnve
been built, nnd hospitals established.
Admiral Cooper states that the undertaking is su gigantic that it is difficult
to believe that it can be finished by
tho allotted time, 1888, but be admits
thnt the work already doue is of a solid
and substantial character.        *- j
Recently there havo been serious
disturbances both at Panama nnd
Aapinwall, chiefly between the native
Colombians and the imported laborers,
some 12,000 or 14,000 in number, from
Jamaica. As these lntter nre, of
course, Uritish subjects, it is quite
possible that our government may be
drawn into somo difficulty. Finally
comes tho question whether the canal,
if finished, will prove a commercial
success. It is reckoned to cost 120,-
000,000 dollars, nnd will probably cost
a grent deitt more. Will the tolls whieh
are levied on the ships which pass
through be likely to yield a fair interest
upon this enormous capital ? That the
Suez Canal was at first a failure and ia
now a success docs not answer the
question, because the circumstances of
the two cases are not analogous. There
is no region iu the Western world to
which the Panama canal will be suoh a
convenient short cut as the Suez Cannl
is to the countries of Southern Asia.
To Australia the Panama Canal wilt
merely nilord nu alternative route of
doubtful advantage; neither Mexico
nor Peru raises much produce ta compared with India or China; and the
western const of North America is nl-
rondy united with the eastern by sev
oral lines of railway. - Altogether, tho
Panama Canal seems more likely to be
useful to America than to the world
in guutjral.
Travelling in ihe Air.
Genu any and llusiiu uro both pushing forward experiments in flying ma*
chines for uso in war. It appears tlint
the direction in which tliese are working is tho only one likely to be successful. It ignorus the inflated gas
bat', wliich is enormous in size, dilli-
cult nnd costly to fill in wur, and floats
- a gigantic derelict—nt the mercy of
every current nf air, n huge mark for
tho first gunner who can hit and bring
it to the ground. They adopt the principle of tho incline plane pressed
against the nir, nnd thus capable of
mnking some attempt, at least, to regulate ils own course. In the kite the
forco thnt presses the inclined plane is
the hnnd of thu boy acting through
the siring. In the sail of the boat the
resi-tance of tho water to sidelong
motion keeps the snil pressed against
the wind, In Hying machines the
pfessufe is givon by nn engine carried
bythe machine, nnd noting by means
of f.n-3 of one sort or tho other. The
difficult*/ nt present is the weight of
the engine and fuel, but with the de*
volopiuent of electrical practical knowledge, wu mny fairly expect to see accumulators which will supply the maximum of powor with the minimum of
weight. Then the problem of flying
iu still nir will be solved. Whether
we shnll bo ablo tn ride the storm ia
nimthor matter,—^Brooklyn Eagle.
. ■*»
hive Bear and Sonl at the Fulton Market whero you can order ohoico vegetables from tho celebrated farms of Kirkland and Stoves,— Ado.
Job printing of all kinds neatly dono
at tlio Columbian offico. 1'rices will be
found lower than at nny other olfioe In
the provinco,—A dr.
NEWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WOULD.
Ottawa, Aug. 22.—A telegram received at tht- Canadian Pacific office,
from Mr, Van Home, vice-president,
states tliat he baa arrived at the end of
the track in tlio mountain, having traversed and carefully examined the whole
lino Irani the Pacific Ocean terminus.
He reports tiie mountain section as easy
beyond all previous expectation, and
that it will cost'nearly one-third less
than tlio amount sot apart for the work.
This means that the saving effected by
the securing of a better ana easier route
will be in the neighborhood of three
million dollars.
Soakim, Aug. 28.—The rebels succeeded last night in removing two mines
which had been laid near the town for
the purpose of exploding when they attacked tlie garrison. They also captured
seven dhows near the harbor and killed
four sailors. The other sailors and dhows,
seven In number, escaped. The rebels
took three dhows and 25 prisoners. They
had captured fifty mines south of Suakim,
where it is reported the rebels have collected a largo force. The British man
of-war Condor will proceed to thia port.
Dublin, Aug. 29.—The Duke of Edinburgh with channel fleet, ia visiting Dublin harbor. Thia causes a great stir
among the people, and the Duke is well
received. Thousands flocked to Kenaing-
ton to visit the fleet, and the evening
was made brilliant with bolls and fire*
works, and the illumination of the war
ships. The Freeman's Journal. remarkB
that such occurrences as this indicates
how loyal the Irish might be if they were
only accorded theirjust rights.
London, Aug. 29.—Advices received
by the leading China houses in London
from their branches at Foo Chow and
Shanghai, show that no dread is entertained there of a native uprising, and
business is proceeding us usual in London, Premiums on vessels on the China
sea, which has been advanced to war
rates, have fallen to-day to nominal
rates. General confidence prevails, and
an early settlement of the Franco-Chinese
difficulties is looked for.
Portland, Me., Aug. 29.-—Francis E.
Willard aays that 300 speakers are in the
field, in Maine, setting forth arguments
in fuvor of the constitutional prohibition
amendment, to ho voted on September
Sth. A majority of 50,000 is expected
for the amendment.
London, Aug. 29.—-Tho Cnuadian government replying to the reference from
the Privy Council of the memorial of the
ranch lioldctB of the Western United
States, asking for freedom to import cattle through Canada to England, refuse to
grant the request on the ground that
there will be a risk of introducing disease
both into Canada and Great Britain.
Assouan', Aug. 29—Seven steamers
have passed the first cataract of the Nile.
The river ia steadily rising.
Panama, Aug 29.—Tremendous rains
yesterday caused a washout on tho Panama railway. Passenger and freight trains
havo returned,
Paris, Aug. 30.—-Tlie Are-nixMilitaire
recognizes the probability of a French
campaign in China, and advises the government to make preparations for sending 60,000 troops to that country. The
?government it thinks, should rely on the
dea that China will finally be compelled
to pay the cost of the war. Admiral
Pcyron has been obliged to postpone the
sailing of war ships, their crews being
incomplete.
Paris, Aug. 30,—The French Naval
divisions in China and Tonquin will
henceforth form only one squadron. The
Nationalist states that Admi-ul Courbct
has full power to operate against China.
A special from Hong Poa aays that
French missionaries have been officially
expelled. The Chinese suppressed an
uprising whioh nwoaoed the Christians.
Adun, Aug. 30.—Two hundred Abys*
siniuns, undor Basaloula, attacked Karen, but were put to utter rout by Egyptian troops, only six escaping.
Cairo, Aug, 30.—The Staffordshire
and Berkshire regiments ore being push*
ed after the Sussex regiment, which has
arrived at Wodyhalfa, as rapidly as
possible. Gen. Wood, Col. Duncan and
Major Sandwich, with two companies of
Egyptian troops, have arrived at Wady-
halfa.
London, Aug. 30,-—Transport Poonah
takes 750 troops to Egypt. Man-of-war
Kingfisher, which has just reached England from the Pacific is ordered to be
ready to sail for China.
Ottawa, Aug. 30. — „Forty British
scientists arrived here to-day. They
were escorted by a committee of citisens
to Drill Hall, where a cordial welcome
was accorded them. Later oa the visitors wen entertained at luncheon. This
afternoon they will take in the sights of
the city and inspect the lumber mills at
Chaudiere.
San Francisco, Aug, 30,—Ooodall,
Perkins A Co., acting for the ocean division of the Oregon Railway and Navigation Co., have received instructions from
the management of the 0. R. ttN.Co.,
Poi *land, to reduce salaries ten per cent,
on the steamers plying between here and
Portland, viz., Columbia, Oregon and
State of California. In accordance with
their Instructions an order reducing salaries was issued yesterday to officers and
crow of the Stato of California, which is
to sail Monday; but resistance to the
order is to great that all shipped at the
old salaries.
London, Aug. SO -The Pall Matt Go-
telle saya: There is not the slightest
foundation for the report thnt China
wishes to coins to an agreement with
Franco. The Chinese consider the Foo
Chow affair aa an a t of treachery on the
part of Courbet, who took advantage of
thu liberty accorded war ships to enter
Chineso ports. The barbarity of continuing the fire hours after the Chinese vessels ceased firing is the cause for the in-
tensa excitement agaiust Europeans,
Shanghai, Aug, 30.—All the Ficnch
havo left Canton, It U now nsscrtvd
that Admiral Courbet has left Min rivor
with the intention of going to Canton.
All Frenoh war ships and merchant vessels which attempt to enter tho leading
treaty ports are forbidden, aud those In
part are ordered to depart immediately.
Rons, Aug. 30.—Past 24 hours reports from various provinces of Italy
shows 96 fresh cases of cholera and 70
deaths,
London, Aug, 30,—Tho British force
to bo sent south of Assoun will be composed of 8000 British troops, 2500 Egyptian and a flotilla of 250 river boats.
Boats wiil be manned by 400 Canadians
and 300 Kroomen, and about 3000 Egyptian Nubian boatmen. Cost of campaign
Is estimated at £8,000,000. Lord Woles-
ley before accepting the chief command
of the expedition insisted ou being granted a carle blanche as to the strength and
equipment of tho force; 15,000 will ho
the exact composition of the force which
will take part in the expedition to Khartoum.
PARIS, Aug, SO.—Ilejinbliqiir Francois
says: The mission of Lord Northbrook ,
and Gen, Wolseley to Egypt ia a challenge to Europe and a public assumption
that England has exclusive power in
Egypt. Has England considered her
strength, the paper asks, bofore taking
so grave a step 1 It is to be noted that
Egypt formed the substance of the recent
conference at Varein between Bismarck
and Baron De Courcel, French ambassador to Germany,
VESTERDAY'SJESPATCHES
(«Sp«iui to the Columbian.)
Nai-lks, Sept. I.—In the past24 liours
20 fresh cases of cholera occurred, and
there have been several deaths; fourteen
suspicious cases of sickness appeared in
Novel to-day. Prince Alicante aud another death were reported from cholera
at Alicante city. Persona arriving at
Madrid from Alicante oity arc subjected
to fumigation; hundreds aro leaving by
every train.
London, Sept. 2.—The Times despatch
from Pekin says tho imperial edicts and
diplomatic circulars recently issued by
Tseng Li Yemen indicated a spirit of
defiance ns tlio result of the Foo Chow
disaster. Placards posted iu tlio streets
proclaim war with Franco, but enjoin
the peoplo undor severe penalties not to
molest citizens of other nations,
Toplon, Sept. 2, —Grent activity prevails at Toulon arsenal. Several transports are being placed in readiness to
embark with troops for China,
Paris, Sept. 2.—Admiral Courbet will
receive the decoration of the Legion of
Honor.
Cairo, Sept. 2.—The insurgents. are
still encamped around Khartoum.
Home, Sept. 2,—The papal secretary
of state has dispatched a note to tho
French government asking France to
protect French missionaries in China,
The Vatican will probably appeal to the
other powers,
London, Sept, 2.—The Times, commenting upon Gladstone's speech at Edinburgh hut night, declares ho bus vindicated the government's policy aa every
way successful and hi-* statement regarding England's financial policy is substantial and complete.
Weather Probabilities. — Foretelling the weather is uncertain at the bost,
but it is certain that if you catch cold in
this changeable climate you can best
break its ill effects with Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam, the most reliable and pleasant remedy for coughs, colds, bronchial
and long complaints. It is so agreeable
tliat even a child will take it.
The Boston Globe thinks he is a wise
young man who early makes up hiB
mind that gamblers know more nbout
gambling than he does.
■*>     -    ■ —
A Question to the Point.—Reader,
have you a languid, weak and tired feeling, with nervous exhaustion, especially
iu the early spring? Then your liver ia
inactive and circulation poor. Arouse
the torpid liver, cleanse the sluggish
blood and regulate the secretions with
that purifying tonic, Burdock Blood Bitters.
     ■—■
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C. D. RAND/
Names, Facts and Figures will be
cheerfully given by the proprietors of
Burdock Blood Bitters, regarding the
many certificates of wonderful euros
made by that medicine in chronic diseases ot the blood, liver and kidneys, re*
vealing proof that is beyond the possibility of dispute by the most incredulous.
BIBB
MOREY.—At his residence, In this city,
ou (ho 1st Inst,, Jonathan Morey, formerly a sergeant in tho Royal Engineers, aged 60 years and one montli.
FAMKMiEIS.
Per str. IRVING, from up-river, Sent.
1—Mrs Fleuher. Airs McOutcheon, Sire
Windsor, Mn* Ashwell, Mrs Nicholson,
Mrs Frnnk, Hev Mr Tulle, Rev Mr Bryant,
Rev Mr Hemlaw, Messrs J F Allison, Of
Boyle, Willis, Hone, JJncueS.G Wlliirton,
J Weils, W Tickles, Mennle, It Collins
Pedro, N Oliver, C Carter, TUB Smith,
und 11 others.
< o\-m.\t-™.
' Per str. IDAHO, from Tuconia, Sept.
2-A E Howse, IIH Wilson, C M Fales, F
Eickhoff. K Rogers, Father MoGm-ki-ii, O
LelBcr, Hastings saw Mill, II Eickhoff,
Homer A .Son, Jus rnnnf iif-linm, J Wanlle,
Kyle * Tllton, Mrs W J Peters, N A
WhltoLP E Dunlcavy, Pinchbeck A Lyou,
Trnpp Bros, Tlios Briggs, W McColl, Wm
Rae, W Hamilton, Wright A Ferguson.
-pBFORMED EPISCOPAL Church
IV Rev. G. It. Allen, Pastor. Services In
the Court House every Humluy nt 11 n. in.
and 7p.ni. Sunday School at 10 it. m.
AU aro invited. jeT-tc.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
nt. nnd T p, in, Sunday School nnd
Bible Class into p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays ut H p. in. Seats free; st runners
cordially Invited. Je"-te.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
monts of Hale, and blank forma of all
kinds, at T. K. Pearson A Co's. *
-Several houses for sale by C. D, RAN D.
A l MON LODGE Mo, tt, A. F.
* A. M.— The rogulnr Communications of this Lodge are
hold on tbo lirst Monday In each
montli. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend     WM. HOWAY,
fe23*tc Secretary.
mEMPBRANCE. —The   W. C. T. U.
J. meets evory Wednesday afternoon nt
&M In the basement of the Methodist
Church, Mary St. The Bluo Ribbon Club
meats every Wednesday evening nt the
Hkuting Rink; musical and literary entertainment from S to ft. Every one Is
cordially Invited. au2tc
CONTRACT.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract to white men or Indians for
Cutting 1000 cords of shingle bloeks.nut
np at-the rate of 100.cords per month, win
pay (^ per cord, and will furnish tools nnd
a houso to live In.       R. STEVENSON.
JeMfm Chilliwhack.
NOTIOE.
T HERKBY GIVE NOTICE that I in
1   tend mnking application to tbeChtof
roiiitiil--.i-.nci- of Limits and Works for
permission to pn-jchu-ii- Two nn surveyed
Islands In Fraser River lying to the west
of the westerly point of Annnels Islund
nud to lhe smith of Sect. 1(J, It. i N,, Hun-re
4 west.
ALEX. EWEN.
Now Westiniuster, July 21,1881.     JlyilniS
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Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISH lil) HY
HENRY W^HUCHES.
THB ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly orory Iftily in
town with auooeaa, nociia littlo or no do
aoription, but for atrangora tho following
ia pi-iiite.lt—It iloea tho washing for. s
family in two houra: no boiling nllovusl;
littlo or no rubbing on tho board; bluo
not needed; doea no harm to olothea.
Flinty of returnee if dealred. One bar
doea two week.' washing. Tho finest
aoap known for face and hand,, .having,
etc. Once uaed, it becomca a ncooaaity.
Money refunded if the above la not true.
Tho undcraignoil Whig tho firat to in.
trainee It, raapMtfullyaaka tho ladiea to
Ktronllo him. Order, kindly received
. KUard * Co,, at tho Oocidcnt Hotel,
and order, rcoelvcil and Soai- auppliod
at Mr. O. G, Major's, oor. Columbia aid
Mary atreota.
Doing well known aa agont for all
ncwapapcra, inagaxinoa, and booka Bold
by agent, only, f need no introduction.
To thoae ont of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Addrcsa
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mhSl Now West., D. C.
REWARD.
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A lurs will i>o fmld liy Un- iinderHl-jned
rorBucli Information an will lead to (he
conviction of eerlaln parties who mall*
clousl v liroke the windows und otherwise
injured IiIh house anil property on I'elliuftl
hi., NVw Westminster.
JNO. H. CLUTE-
New West., Aug. 8, IB&l. uutftd
NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN THAT
IhoMunieliiul Council of Hurroy Intend making ii|i]ilientlon (o Iho Chief
Commissioner of LiiiiiIh and Works to
havothe foi lowing linesgasotted as nubile
highways, ttuuid (XI feel wide respeeflvely,
vie: The "., Keclion lino south of the
lownslilp lino lietweciilowwriilpHInndII.
New Westminster Distriot, bcitlnnlngat
the Intersection of Uio Hemlnlimooroad
nnd suld \_ nection line, thenco running
west lo the west llneof seotion 18, township I, udistuneuof nbout. ono mile nnd
fourehiiliis-jiudtho section 11 nu between
Sees. 'Hliuid :il uml Sees, IMIund IK, township
7, New Westminster Distriot, running
cast fro.ii thecoma meridian roud to the
Hiill'Kl'rulrlo rond,
IM0NIJ,8iMITII,0.M.C.
Clover Valloy, 11. 0„ Aug. 18,1881.   [20ml
Tenders for Wharf.
VpENDERB WILL HE RECEIVED by
X the Hurrey Municipal Counoil up to
Haturduy. 1(H)- Inst., at 1 o'clock P. m.,for
the building of u Ferry Wharf nf Itrown-H
Lainil ue, Fruser Hlver. HpeeltieutloiiH
enn lie seen at Mr. Jus. 1'iinou's, Brownsville, or ut McDoukuU'k logging vamp.
Mud Ilny. The lowest or any tender noi
neccNsurlly ncceptcd.
Hurrey, Aug, 7th, 1881. nutttd
KXTKNSION OF TIMK.
Tho timo for readying tenders for the
above work hus been extended until Hat*
urday, llltli September next, utl o'clock
p. in. a R. SMITH, C.M.C.
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A REMARKABLE STORY,
(Continued.)
She might bo turned out of this
shelter, or she might be made to feel
thnt hor life was a, burden. And yet,
when she got back to tho low, cool
room in which Hester, doubtful of
J3etSBy's powers, wns superintending
the laying of the table, it seemed to
her, in the prospect of losing it, more
desirable thau ifc hud boen beforo.
Thero were threo windows in deep
recesses, oue of them with a cheerful
outlook along tho road that skirted
tho common, in which was placed n
soft, luxurious chair, which was exactly what Mra. John liked. Nothing
■ could have beon moro ffiateful, coming out of the sunshine, thnn tho coolness of this brown room, with all tho
little glimmers of light in the polished
wainscot, and tho pretty, old-tnshioned
furnitu.ro. Mrs. John sighed as alio
placed heraelf in tho chair at tlio window. Aud the smell of the dish
which Botsoy soon after put upon tho
table was vory appetizing. It turned
out to be nicely cooked, and the table
was laid with fine linen and pretty
crystal and all-fashioned silver—everything complete. The poor lady, in
her wandering und unsettled life, had
lost almost all this needful garniture
which makes lifo so much more seemly
and smooth. She had beon UBcd to
lodging-houses, to pensions, greasy ami
public, to tho vulgarity of inns; and
all this daintiness and freshness
charmed her with a sense of repose
and personal property. Sho could
havo criod to thiuk thnt it might
be put in jeopardy by Hester's childish petulance.
"Oil, why did I let you persuade
mo to go to bed? Why didn't I stay
up—I could have done it quite woll—■
and Bee Catherino Vernon? Why are
you bo self-willed, child? I think I
could be happy here, at least, as happy
as I can ever bo now; and what.if I
must give it all up again for you?"
"Mother, if wo have to give it up,
wo will do bettor," aaid Hester, a little
pale; "we shall get pretty lodgings,
liko Ruth Pinch, and I will givo Ies
sons; and it will not matter about
Cousin Catherine."
"Oh, child, child, what do you
know about it?" Mra, John said.
Thoso alarms, however, did not come
to anything, and as tho days passed on
Mrs. John accustomed heraelf to her
now position and settled down to it
quietly.     Sho got used to the little
meetings in the summerhoUBO or ou in
the bench in front of her own windows, and soon learned to remark with
tho others upon the freedom with
which Mr. Mildmay Vernon took the
best place, not taking any trouble to
remark to whom it really belonged.
He was a great advantage to tho ladies
of tho 'Vernonry in giving thom a Bub-
jeefc upon whioh they could always bo
eloquent.   Even when they could not
talk of it openly, they would givo
each  othor little  looks asido, with
many nods of the head, and an occasional biting inuendo; and thisamuaod
the ladies wonderfully, and kept thom
perhaps, now and then, from criticising oach other, ns audi closo neighbors
could scarcely fail to do.   But even
more interesting  than Mr. Mildmay
Vernon  nnd   his mannish selfishness
waa Catherine, the univorsul subject
on which they could fraternize even
with Mildmay Vernon himself.   He
wns caustic, and attacked her keenly;
but the sisters'lie ver failed to profess
a great ntl'ection for tlieir cousin, declaring that from Catherine one nceep-
ted anything, since ono felt that it was
only her gauche way of doing things,
or the fault of hor education, but that
she alwaya meant well.   Dear Catherino!  it  waa such a pity, thoy Baid.
Mrs. John novor quite adopted either
stylo uf remark, but the subject wns
endless, and always afforded something
to say; and thero was a littlo pleasure
in hearing Catherino Bet down from
hor superior placo, evon though a gentler disposition and simpler mind pro-
vented Mrs. John herself from adding
. to  tho  felicities  of  tho discussion.
Catherine hnd taken no notice of tho
unlucky beginning which had givon so
much  alarm  tu   Mrs. John, and so
much amusement to the other members of tho establishment.   When aho
camo in stato to call on tho mourner,
which Bho did a fow days aftor, with
that amused toleration of the little
weaknossca of hor dependents which
wna oa natural in Catherine's position
as  tho  eager and somewhat spiteful
discussion of hor was in theirs, Miss
Vermin  had tapped   Heator on tho
check, and  said, "This is tho good
child  who would not let mo diaturb
hur mother."    But when Mrs. John
began to apologize nnd explain, Catherine hud stopped hor, saying, "She
wus quito right," with a decisive brevity, and turning to another subject.
The magnanimity of this would have
touohed   Hester's heart, but for the
half-mocking smilo and air of amusement  with  which  it was said, and
which made tho girl much angrier than
before.   It cannot be denied that this
was  to some extent the tono unconsciously adopted by Catherino in her
doulings with the poor relations who
were so largoly indebted to hor bounty.
Thero wus a grent deal that was ridiculous iu their littlo affectations and discontents, and  tho  half resentment,
half-exaction,   with   which  they  roceivod  her  benefits,     Theso  might
have made hor close her honrt against
thom, and turned hur into a misanthrope;   but   though   the effect produced was  different from this, it was
not, perhaps, moro desirable   Catherine, though shu did not becuino misanthropical, hucamo cynical, in spito
of herself.   Sho tolerated ovory thing,
nnd smiled at it; she bucnuio indul-
gont and contemptuous.   What did it
matter  what  they said or felt?    If
thoy learned to consider hor gifts as
thoir right, if they comforted themselves in the humiliation of receiving
by mockinc at tbe givor, poor things,
that was tlieir misfortune—it did not
harm  hor upon her scrcna heights.
Sho laughed at Hester, tapping hor
cheek.   Had sho boon, perlmm. loss
tolerant,   loss   easy   to  satisfy,   bIio
would not havo excited thut burning
sense of shnmo and resontment iu tho
girl's heart.
But Cathorino was very kind. Sho
camo in tho nftornoon in the carriage
and took thein out with her for a
drivo, to tho admiration of all beholders, Tho Miss Vornon-llidgways inspected this from behind their curtains,
nnd cnloulutod how long it was sinco
Catherine hnd shown audi n civility to
themselves, nnd how booh Mrs. John
' would find out the brief character of
thoso attentions. And tho drivo was,
perhaps, not quite so successful as
might hnve boon expeoted, Mrs. John,
indeed, gave her relative nil the entertainment she could have desired. Sho
became tearful, and fell away al together into her pocket-handkerchief at
almost every turn of (he road, saying,
"Ah, how  well  I remember!" then
emerged from the cambric cloud, and
cheered up again till the next turn
camo, in a way which would have
nfl'ordod Catherine great amusement
but for tho two blazing, indignant,
angry eyes of Heater, fixed upon her
mothor's foolish little pantomime and
nnd her patroneaa's genial satisfaction,
with equal fury, pain and penetration.
Hester could not endure tho constant
repetition of that outburst of pathos,
the smiles that would follow, the sudden relapae aa her mother waa recalled
by a now recollection to a senso of
what was necessary in her touching
position; but atill less could she bear
the lurking smile in Cathorino Vernon's eyes, and her inclination to draw
tho poor lady out, sometimes even by
a touch of what Hester felt to be
mock sympathy. The girl could
scarcely contain horself, as she drove
along facing theso two ladies, Boeing
oven against her will, a great deal
which perhaps they themselves woro
only half coiiBcioua of. Oh, why
would mothor bo so silly! and Cousin
Catherine, thia rich woman who had
them all in her powor, why had sho
not moro respect for woaknoaa? Hosier turned with an angry longing to
hor idoa of putting her own small,
young figuro betweon her mothor and
all thoso spurns and scoffs, of carrying
her away, and working for her, and
owing nothing to anybody.
When thoy stopped at the door of
Kaloy's, tho great shop of Redborough,
und half a dozen obsequious attendants
started out to devote themselves to
tho lightest suggestion of tho groat
Miss Vernon, Mrs. John cleared up,
aud enjoyed tho reflected distinction
to tho bottom of hor heart; but Hos-
tor, pale and furious, compelled to sit
thore aa part uf tho pageant, could
scarcely keop atill, and was within un
ace of jumping out of the carriage and
dragging her mother after her, ao indignant was Bhe, bo humiliated.' Cou-
sin Catherine threw a little Jichn of
black lace into the girl's lap, with a
carolesB, liberal, "You want something
for your neck, Heator," which the girl
would have thrown at hor had she
dared—nud it would not have taken
much to wind hor up to that point of
daring; but Mrs. John wont homo
quito ploaaed with her outing. "It
waa a molanoholy ploasuro, to bo suro,"
sho said. "All those places I used to
know ao well beforo you wero born,
Hester—and Kaley'a, whoro I uaod to
spend so muoh money. But, after all,
it is a pleasure to come back among
tlie poople that know you. Mr.
Kaley was bo very civil; did you notice? I think he paid more attention
to mo even than to Catherine; of
course he remembered that as long ns
I was woll off I always used to go
there for everything. It waa very aad,
but I'm glad to havo done it. And then
Catherine was so kind. Let mo aee
that protty lace thing alio gave you,
It is exactly what you wanted. You
muat be aure to put it on when wo go
thero to-morrow to luncheon." Heater would have liked to tear it in
pieces and throw it in Misa Vernon's
faco; but her mother regnrded ovory*
thing from a very different point of
view.
Catherino Vernon, on hor aide,
talked a great deal to Edward that
evoning of tho comical scone, and how
ahe could not got tho advantage of
poor Mrs. John's little ndwiuknes because of that child with her two big
eyes. "I was afraid to stir for her.
I scarcely dared to say a word. I expected every moment to be called to
give an account of myself," sho said.
It added very much to her enjoyment
of all the humors of her life that Bhe
had tliis companion to tell them to.
Ho waa her confidant, and heard everything with tho tendereat interest nud
a great many amusing comments of
hia own. Certainly, in thia one particular, at loast, her desire to bu of uso
to her relations had mot with a rich
reward. No son was evor moro attentive to his mother; and all his habits
wero so nice and good. A young man
who gets up to botanize in the morning, who will ait at home at night,
who has no evil inclinations—how delightful he is to the female members
of his family, and with what applause
and gratitude they repay him for his
goodness! And Miss Vernon folt the
force of that additional family bond
which arises from tho fact that all the
interests of tho household, different
as thoir.ago and pursuits may be, are
tho same. Nothing that concerned
tho 'ono but must have an interest for
tho other. Perhaps Edward did not
apeak su much about himsolf, or even
about the business, which wiib naturally
of the firat interest to her, ns he might
havo dono, but she had scarcely as yet
fuund this out; and certainly ho on-
tercel into all Bho told him on hor sido
with tho most confidential fulness.
"Tho Vernonry has always beon as
good as a comedy," aho said. "I havo
to bo so cautious not to offend thom. -
And I muat be on my p's and q's with
this little girl. Thero is a great
deal of fun to be got out of her; but
wu must keep it strictly to ourselves."
"Oh, strictly!" said Edward, with a
curious twist ubout the oornors of his
mouth. Ho had not told the story of
his own encounter with the now subject of amusement, which wbb strango,
but he was young man who kept his
own counsel, having his own fortune
to mako, as hnd been impressed upon
him from his birth,
Thore wero only two other members
uf tlio Vernon community with whom
tlio strangers had not yet made acquaintance (for, ua has been already
said, Mrs. Reginald Vernon, the young
widow, who was altogether wrapped
up in hor four children, and old Captain and Mrs. Morgan, oft tho west
sido of tho Vernonry, scarcely counted
nt nll), and those wore its gayest and
moat brilliant members, the prosont
dwellers in tho Whito House, Hurry
niid Ellen Vernon, the most independent of nll the littlo community.
Stories wore current in it that Harry,
iu business matters, hod begun to set
himself in something liko opposition
to Cathorino Vornon not long after she
had given up tho conduct of tho bank
into his hands; whilo Ellen detached
herself openly from her Aunt Catherine's court, nnd had set up a sort of
Princess of Wales's drawing-room of
her own. It was somo time boforo
thoy appeared at the Vernonry, Harry
driving his sister in a phaeton with a
pair of high-stepping horses which
scorned scarcely to touch tho ground,
Tho wholo population of tho placo was
stirred by tho appearance of Hub brilliant cquippage. Mrs, Reginald Vor-
non's little boy, though bouud under
solemn penalties never to enter tho
gardens, camo round and hung upon
tho gate to gaze. Even old Captain
Morgan rose from Ins window to tako
another look. Mr. Mildmay Vernon
camo out with his newBpapor in his
hand, nnd if the sisters did not
appear, it was not from want of ouri*
oaity, but because Ellen Vernon had
not received their civilities when she
came to Redborough with the cordiality they had a right ta expect.
IMPORTERS    AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN	
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Is constantly receiving now ^ods
consisting in part of
X3X*—-   G-OOXDS,
Clothing,
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stono building, Columbia
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GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho
Hitting of llm Comity Court tor tlio
Oity of New ■Westminster Ima been poat-
ooneil until Tluimlay, lit!) September,
ISH.   Dnted 20111 August, 1881.
E. A. JENNS,
1111271(1 Ileglslnir.
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
enta of Now Weatminator and vicinity that he ia constantly receiving from
Europo shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
CRAIN   SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT,  COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Faoific Coast Steamship Co.
(jaOte)
Brunette Saw HI
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturer"! and dealers iu nil
kinds of
Rough _ Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, Shakes, rickets.
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(To bo Continued.)
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac, Ac, Ac, in fact
Everything in Woodwork
Tlint wilt ho required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bottom lo top.
Orders for Si-roll tawing, Trliumliti
mul Shaping, will he promptly und care-
fully nltonded lo. Vto pay pnrtlculnr attention to the m a mi fact tire of good,dry
Salmon Boxes,
And wo hellevo our customers will henr
us out In saying thnt we mako
The Sssi Salmon Bozes on ihe River.
We sincerely thank those who have favored us with thoir patronage In the pant,
and uogtoRolU-ll a continuance cf thoir
favors, During the pant winter wo have
made extensive additions to our Mill, nnd
can now fill orders moro promptly and
cheaply than ovor. Wo have chartered
Die steamor "Iris" for tlio season,and will
therefore he ablo to deliver Lumber
promptly. Wo have nlso to announcoto
thoclllxniisof Part Moody that wo havo
opened a branch of our business nt that
place, and will )•(! able to till orders from
there In a fow days, »
DbBECK BROS. A CO.
New Westminster, Mar 28lh, ifwi. Ito
Edit* of hum tm, Seciiu.,
rnilE UNDKHHMNKI)   HAVE BEEN
JL appointed Agents for the Executors of
the ahove estate, and will deal with tbo
of real citato.
instalment! of
Persons Indented
ledneeop'lngl!
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which lie will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In QuantltlM to Suit Customers.
Alao, in constant rcciript, direct from
W. A. Ullby'a, London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
OOLUMBIA   STBBIin;,
New Westminster,   B, 0.
NOTICE.
 of Victoria will be held at the Court
House, Cowichan, on Thursday, the iwh
day of September next.
By Command.
JNO. ItOBRON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secietary's Office,
Sth August, 1884. auQml
PUBLIC ^NOTICE.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
ll publio lands in New Westminster
DiBtrfot, situated to the West of the North
Itoad and the Nortii Arm of Burrard Inlet,
and lying between the North Arm of tbe
Frnaer Kiver and n line drawn duo East
and West, distant five miles North of
Point Roche, are reserved from sale or
settlement until further notice,
WM. SMITHE,
■ >!: ClilcfOom.ofL.AW.
Lauds aud Works Department, Victoria,
B.C.,Ang.7th,18S-i. nutfnu
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
NOTipE.
Land RKaiBTitY Office,
New Westminster District.
2nd July, 1884.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
the Land Registry Otlice of the Dls-
trlctof New Westminster will bo temporarily located at tbo Land Registry Offlce
Victoria, until the copying of the records
ifcc,. Is completed. Application for registration and other business may In the
meantime bemnde to me direct or through
the Government Agent at New Westminster.
„    , R. W. ARMSTRONG,
JlyKc Deputy Registrar
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRK-
empting land are hereby notified
that land within the limits of tlio HnBt
ings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc  Manager.
NOTICE.
A LL ASSESSORS UNDER THE *'A8-
A Beaumont Aet. 187fl," nnd amending
Acts, nre hereby Instructed to complete
their Rolls on or before the 80th November noxt; and tbe duties of nll Courts of
Revision and appeal, uudersuch Statutes,
are to ho completed and the Rolls finally
revised on or before tho 31st December
noxt.  By Command.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlco, 10th August, 18*1. au2it-lm
■N-OWIOE.
GENERAL DEALER,
imm UMD1N6, i o,
(ly23yl)
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, it. €.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Agricultural Implements,
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS OH HAND
iiiimliiwo monoy, So.
 jnoy, _
In Ilie eatnlo will Ik; inililctl nwor-'ln.ly.
woom * TUUNKll.
Now Wdmln.tor, Aug. U, I'M,     iiKMm
no!!4to]
10HNST0N & SMITH,
PnornmoBi
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OP —
TVAGrESS
WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
CANOKLLATION of RESERVATION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Hint tlio
notico publlahed In tho British Columbia O tzcttc, dated loth September, 187(1,
rcsorvlilB tlio enst half of Section 12.
Mnvno Island, haa been cancelled, and
Hint this land will be opon to pre-emption
and purchase three months from the date
hereof.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. 4 W.
Lands nnd Works Dopartmont.Victorin,
II. a, Aug. Oth, 1KH. nuOml
Showing tha cUtet nnd places of
Courts of Am-lze, Nisi Prim, and
Oyer and Terminer for the year
1884.
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On  Vancouver Island.)
Victorin, Monday....... 7th April.
Nanaimo Wednesday 4th Juno.
(On Mainland.)
New Westminster,.Wednesday,.., 7th Mny.
Yale Monday, 19th Mny.
KumloopH Friday, 30th Mny.
Clinton ..Suturdny, 7tliJuno.
PALL  ASSIZES.
(On Vancouver Island.]
Victorin Monday,... .24th Novomber.
Nnnnlmo Wednesday, 3rd December,
[On Mainland-]
Richfield,..
Clinton, ,.,....„	
Kamloops W'dn'Ktlnyeth Octobor.
.Mondny,... fith September.
...Tuesday, ..30111 Hoptembor.
' idayflth OcYc*--
- ale, Saturd6y,.a5th October.
New Went., W'dn-adny.mii November.
29th January, 168-1. fe2tc
Nonoa
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore subsisting
botween ns   the undersigned as hotel-
keepers nt Granville, Burrard Inlet, lias
been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All dobts owing to the suld partnership are to bo paid to John It. Mclnnls at
Granville aforesaid, and all claims
against the said partnership aro to bo presented to tho said John R. Mclnnls. by
whom tho same wfll ho settled.
Dated at Granville thlB itnhdayof August, 188-1.
JOHN R. MelNNIS,
x „-ANGUS McLEOD.
Witness, J. Millku. au23-lm
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET • VIOTOHIA.
AGENlQ   FOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Vo. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON & CO.,
SG Finabury Circus,
London, E, C.
DOMINION LICENSE ACT.
N
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
His Excellency In Council Iiob been
pleased to extend the time for the acceptance of application for Licenses under
the LlqUOr Licenso Act In the Cnriboo Dis
trict to the 1st October noxt, of which all
persons concerned are required to tnlcc
notico.
Dated 18th August, 1884.
JOHN SAUL,
27nulm 1st L. L. Com,
NOTICE.
LOTS IN TOWN OF HASTINGS.
BURRARD INLET.
MR. G. 11YHNES will sell hy Public
Auction, on account of till) Provln-
Govornment,at his Salesroom, Fort
and LuiiBloyStreels, Victoria,cm Wednesday, the 1st day of October, 1884, at 1 p.m.,
about one hundred and seventy lots in tbo
Town of Hastings, fronting on Burrard
Inlet, being the western portion of Bald'
townslte.
Maps aud catalogues of the same can be
hud nt an curly date from the Auctioneer,
and the Government Agont, Now Westminstor.
Terms—10 por cont. on tho fnll of tho
bammei; 40 per cent, to bo paid within
ton days at the Lands and Works Olliee,
Victorin; tho balanco to be paid in six
months, when Crown grants will be Issued
lit accordance with tho Land Act.
WM. SMITHE,
Chiof Com. of L, AW.
Lands nnd Works Department, Victoria,
B. C, August 28.1884. 80aulm
Overseers $125 00 por month.
Rock Foremen... .93 50 to $4 00 (t day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to   3 50
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50
Briilgo Carpenters,
1st class  " 50
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class..  3 00
Masons 2 51) to   350     '
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50
Blacksmiths,    lst
class  3 50
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 '
Blacksmith Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     '
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     '
Laborers ........ 1 75 to 2 00    '
Rowers, 1st olass 3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 00 to 2 50    '
Scorers, 1st class 2 50 '
All outside labor 10 hours per day,
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will ho convenient
along the Lino.   Board—$5 por week.
It will not bo compulsory for Employ,
oos to board In tho Company's HoiiBes,
Wages will bo paid monthly, on ths
10th of eaoh month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
GKNEHAt, Manager.
Ornate or tiik Contbactoiw,
Canadian PAomo Railway,
Yale, March 1,1363.
A.7L»_ll
KBIIOB
pared to Biipply   	
from tho _WoHtmliisf«r Brewery.  Orders
AUK HOW PRR-
tho vory bost Alo
left with Mr. ('has. McDonough, Front Ht.,
shall have prompt attention, jn&to
Wood Turner
WANTED.     CONSTANT   EMPLOY-
tii'-nt will be given to a thoroughly
competent mnn. Apply at the
mh 12-tc DOMINION SAWMILL.
GRAVING DOCK I
British. Col-ana"bia.
QEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED TO
O the undersigued, and endorsed "Tender for Graving Dook,->B, C," will bo received at this aillee until Saturday, 20th
Hitptember next, 188-1, Inclusively, for the
■•■.iiMnit-tloiiuiiii completion ofthe pnr-
tinlly finished
UrnvlMK I»«"'k al Ksqnliuall Harbor,
British Columbia,
According to plans nnd specifications to
bo scon on and after Monday, 1st September next, nt tho Department of Public
Works, Ottawa, and on application to tho
Hon, J. W. Trutch, Victoria, & O.
Parsons tendering nro notltlod.that tenders will not be considered un leas made
on the printed forms supplied and prices
affixed to tho whole of (lie Itoms stated
therein, nud signed with their actual signatures.
Eaoh tender must bo accompanied by
an acccnlttl bank cheque for the sum of
*■'* '*" ijmUlO payable to tlio ordor of tlio
to the M        " "-    *
mHE BOARD OF LICENSE COMMIS*
X sionersfor New Westminster District
are prepared to receive applications for
Licenses up to ;wth September, 1834,
Forms of application and detailed Information will lie given on applicnt.. n to
the C'hlci Inspector, Mr. Ferris; of which
all parties concerned are required to take
notice.
W, NORMAN BOLE,
lst Commissioner.
Dated Sth August, 1881. aulltd
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
/,•)(• Sot, S and ti, Block XXVJI, in the City
of New Westminster.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Bboad St. and 16 Pall Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOE INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings, Gooda, Wavca, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
ShipB in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoea of auoh Vessels; aUo, Ships building and repairing, Bargea and other Vcs.
set on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on bonrd auch Vessela, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE RT FIKK.
Subacribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and evory Information can bo obtained'<m application to
W. J. AKMSTRONU,
Agont for New Westminster,
A   CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
A title to the abovo mentioned lots will
be issued to James Morrison on tho 22nd
day of Novcmhor, 1884, unless itt the
im ■.ntinu- a valid objection thereto bv
made to tho undersigned in writing by
sotne person clulmtngait estate or Interest in said lots or some pnrt thereof,
lt. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office, New Westminstor
District, 'Jist August, 1881. aulW-ilm
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870,
North East part (10 acres) of Lot 307,
Group I., New Westminstor
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
North Enst corner of tbe abovo mentioned
Lot, bearing date the £)rd day of June,
18S2, has been lost and application has
been mado for a duplicate of such Cortlfl*
cute, Notico is therefore horoby given
thnt melt dupllcato will ho Issued, unless
R. \V. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Otlice,
New West minster District,
ilOth July, IBS], nu2tnl
Honorable tbe Minister of Public Works,
which will bo forfeited I'	
to enter Into a contract
which will be forfeited if the party d«jllne
' when (Milled upon
todoKo, or If lie full to complete the work
cont meted for. If the tender be tiotnc*
cent oil, tho cheque will be returned,
Tbe Dopnrtmcnt will not be hound lo
accept tho lowest or any tender,
Hy Order,
F. II. ENNI8, Secretary.
Department of Publio Works, Ottnwa,
Bill Aug., 1881. aullMd
Important Auction Sale
...    —OF—
GOVERNMENT LANDS.
LOTS IN TOWNSITE ^ HASTINGS
BURRARD INLET.
_, Wm. Smitho, Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, to soil by l'ublio Auction on account of tbo rrovineiul Govern*
ment, at my salesroom Fort and Lnngloy
Htreets, Victoria, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,1884
AT 1 P. M.
Aiout One Hundred and 8eventy Lots in the
Town or Haitingi- nontino on Burrard
Inlet, ieino tne Weotern Portion
op mid towniite.
Maps and Catalogues of thosamoenn be
bud ulan early date from the nnctloneor
and the Govornmont Agont at Now Westminster.
Tkiimh.—Ton per cont, cash on tho fall
Of (be hammer; forts per cent, to bo paid
wltliin ten daysattlie Lands and Works
nillec.VieU-rla; the balance In six months
months, when crown grntilswlll bo Issued
lit accordance with the Land Act.
(1EORCIE BYRNES,
Auctioneer,
Victoria, August A 1881.
Ruaout
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
, intend making application to the
Itlof Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchaso [2] two uiisur*
vcyed Islands lu the Frasor river, lying to
the west of Lols a, A 111, Group 2, and containing [BO] fifty ncres. moro or less.
EDWARD F. CHARLTON.
DR. SPINNEY & CO/S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. Sl'INNKY. well known ni thu rounder of tbe M-mt.--.-nl, (C. U.) Mecltcul InMl-
tutu, smi Into Proprietor of tho SI-INNK.YVILMC
INflllMAHY, wwilil moNt r--H|>--cl fully I lift inn
hio jmth'iita nud llio Rlliirted guno-idly, that he
Hllll continues to trcnt chronic and nurvoiw din.
eneui witli unpnrnlk-1-Hl biicccm.
LAMBS AND GENTLEMEN.
GOME AND BB HEALED.
It matter*, not wlmt yonr trmiMt-a may he, coma
iiml let the Doctor examine your caiw. lt will
cont you nothing for Cim-mltutlun, no iiluu-o call
and nullify yoni-ii-lv.* whether Ilia Doctor under,
f-tntuli yonr caec. It liv eau curo yuu lie will tell
you hoi If not, ho will tell yon that, for ho will
not unih-rtnko n caie iiuUx ho I* couHdeut of cf.
fueling a curo,
1-artloi nt a dIntanco wUhlng treatment, hy
■ending ?!& and n minute deiicrlntlou of Iheir
trouble* will receive In return n full coune ot
treatment Btcurely packed no tta uot to etclto cu>
rloaity.
DK. 81'INNKY will guarantee to forfeit Vive
Hundred Dotlnr*, tor every caio of nnyklnJ or
character which ho uuilertakeg nud falls to cure,
P. H.—Kor ril-ciue* of short etrtinllng, a fnll
course of medicines, sudlchiut for a cure, with
all Instructions, will bo lent lo nny nddrcu ou
receipt of $10.
Call or Addresa
Dr. SPINNKY A CU.,
0 iffi-ly     No. 11 Kenriiey.Mt. ,&iu Fwuicisco.Gil.
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
arjij Kenrny St., Ban Fmnclico, Cnl.
N°
Ohiel
August lill, IBM.
HUtllllli
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
_y   Intend making application  to the
Uhief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
for pormission to purchaso 820 ncres of
fiastoral land lu tho Osoyoos Division ot
he District of Yale, and described as follows: Commencing at tlie H. K. corner of
Ren. iir., Township 8, and running theuco
Nortii 80 chnins; tlicnco West 40 chains;
thenco South 60 ehulns; thence East 40
chains, to point of commencement.
TnOS. GREENHOW.
Okanugun, 11. C, Iind July, 1884.    [J1yi»m2
NOTIOE.
THEREBY UIVE NOTICE THAT I
X intend to apply to the Chief Commit*
" " -idsuin
...,  hefollowlngt	
situated lu tho District of Now West min*
sloncr of I.amls and Works for permission
to purchaso the foi I owing described lands,
stor:
Commencing nt tlio NW corner of tho
Government Reserve, situated on tho
southern sldeot English Ray; thonco due
south, along the western boundary of said
Reserve, to Its southwest corner; thence
duo west 110 chains, moro or less, to the
eastern boundary of Point Grey Resorvo;
thenco duo north, along snid eastern
boundary, to tho whoro of English Roy;
thenee easterly, along shore of English
Ray, to the plnw of commencement, con*
talnlng ahout 8(0 acres, mora or less,
II. T. WILLIAMS.
Victorin, II. fl. Urd April, 1884.        npNo
N'
Bliii
NOTICE.
OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN Mint wo
Intend nuiking application to the
Jhlcf Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering pur-
poses tlio following described lands situ*
atedln Now Westminster District!
1. Commencing nt a post on tho shoro of
Gllllcs Ray, Texada Island, about ono
mile N. W. of Shelter Point, extending
along the shore for n distance of 160
chnins, villi a depth of 80chains,contain*
Ing V2SQ acres, more or less,
2, Commencing nt n post on the North
shore of CardoroChannel, nearly opposite
Dcnhnm Island, extending nlong the
shore for n distance of 100 ehulns, with a
depth of KiO chnins, containing MOO acres,
more or less,
:t. Commencing ut it stake on tho shoro
of Hemming Ilny, Thurlow Island, nbout
one-half mite West of Jackson-Point;
thence following tlie shore lino 120chnins;
thence In a N. W. direct hm 240chnlns;
thence Easterly IHO chains; tlwuco South
to point of commencement, containing
3G0O ncres. more rt loss.
HABTIe I 3 SAW MILL CO'Y,
Rll    t). H. Al.KXANliKH,    '
Mn linger,
llurrnrd Inlet, II. C„Mfh July, 1884.
ntllBIO
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
T*\it. AI.I.KN, AB 18 WK1X KNOWN, 18 A
\J rej-nlur f-r.--lii-.li-d Physician, educated at
Bow-loin College ami University of Michigan. Ilo
hint ilcvulei! ii lifetime to tho study Of the treat.
Meat aud curo nf diseases within hlu specialty.
70T7MT0 ZMCXISr
AnilMIDDLKAOKDMEN, who ore aufforing from
tlio effects of Youthfid Indiscretions or Giccmvs
in nintiircr years,Nrnvous ami flirsiCAL Diniuir,
IurotlNCN, hoar SlASllooD, confusion of ideas,
dull eyes, aversion tosoclnty, despondency, pimples on tho fnce, less uf energy nnd memory, frequency of uriuntlng, oto.
MY  HOSPITAL   EXPERIENCE
(Hnving heen surgeon In charge of two leading
hospitals) enables mo to treat nil private trouhlcs
With excellent results.   I wish it distinctly under•
Ilea, or to have miraculous ur siineruatural rower.
I claim only to ho n skillful ami succewful i'liysi-
clan and gurgeon, Ihoroiifihly informed In my
ipeoiuiry—
DISEASES UF  MAN.
All applying to mo will receive my honest
opinion of their complaints—No experimenting, I
will guarantee a positive cure In eveiycasel nn*
dertoko, or forfeit 11,000. Consultation in office
orhy letter Fltrr. and strictly private. Charges
reammi-Uo. Thorough examination, including
chomlcal und mlcroscoiilcnl analysis of urine, anil
ndvic-t, $5.00. Offico hours, 0 lo 3 dally, 0 to &
evening.  Sunday, 0 tn IU only.   Cnll «r address
DR.   ALLEN,
»K Kearney street, San Francisco, Cat.
*S"1t-'iiieiiil>er, tho Doctor has a VconiBti
Compound, tlio result of many yeara uf special
practice and hard study, which, under Ills special
advice, has nover fulled nf success lu tire euro ol
Lost Manhood, I'sustaihi-kiiea, eto.
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
Isnnever-fniling
Curo for Nerv-
oueDcbilltjr.Ex-
linusled Vitality
of any kind,
WeikiiPBa, Par«
/.lysis, Proitn*.
torrliuen,nntl al)
the terrible ef-
frcti otjoulhfnl
folltei, nnd exceim lu mutarcr yeari,
DB. MINTIK will agree to forfeit
Fire Hundred Dollars foracnseoi
this kind tbe Vital Restorative (under
hii speclnl adrico aud tri'iitwcnt) will not
enre, or for anytliit p impure orinjiiruiiie
found rn It. DR. MINTIK IrvMs all Die-
eaaea jucc ess Milly without mercury.
Consul IntIon Tree. Thorough examination nnd advice, Jtwio. Ptlcu ot Vltflt
Restorative, $n-oo n bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10-00; lent to any
nddrces upon receipt of prico, or (3 O. D.,
secure from ol-sctv.-.tlon, and tn private.
name if desired, hy A. ¥., MINTIK.
M.D.
Tbosc who cannot visit DR, MINTIK
In San Frnnclfcn tdiouhi send a full nnd
minute statement ot tlieir troubles with
$20-00, and In return n full course of
Medicine will bo forwarded, securely
pneked, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders (or medicine O. O. D. must
be accompanied with $1,00 (ns a pnnr-
nntee of (rood fnith), which will be de>
ducted when the pneknj-p Is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLR FnEE.-Sent on
application by teller stating symptoms,
sex nnd nge. Communications strictly
confidential. jnySl-ly
II Kearney Mirel* Han t'ranrhco, (aU

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