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Array Govcri
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
. 19  FUBLIIHID——
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— IIT —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFIOt, COLUMBIA STREET. Ehtsahoi ro Eoi-
10,1.1 AH, ButlNESl DEMITHEflT THSOUOH T. R.
PiMioa k Cos. Book k Itahokiv Store.
 l«By Mull, $3ayesr i ,1 50 for 0 mo..i
,t for a mi),, j tmyablB In A.lvituc.'. Delivered
liy Carrier or Afoot, ,1 pur iju'irlir, [mynlile
qunrtorly lo Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T.S. Hike. 4 Co. Viotobia.
Wm. H'iiiiok  Yale.
I. P. fISNER AilvcttMos Agent, SI Xtfohnnt's
Kxoiumro, Bnn friuiclMCT., i.Huthorltfu.l to metre
AdTertlumients (Br this paper.
TIIIC DSDCD may bo foontl on file ot
I llio rArtU Ceo. P. Itowoll A Co.'.
Newspaper Advertlilng Hares. (10 Spiuco St.),
where ailvnrtliing contraot. nay be made lor It n
NEW YOMi.
Wilt f ritt0lt QTolttmbiini.
W«lut>a'»y nnmlng, Align.! 8, iwa
The Best and Worst.
Later reports from tire Coiumbin
river give full particulars concerning tlie canning business, and show
some strange facts. A correspondent of the Portland Oreijoninn, who
lias accumulated many facts and
statistics, gives the pack on the
Columbia river this season as 619,-
038 cases, an increase of about
70,000 oases over any previous year.
This large showing is due mainly to
tho great rush of fish iu July. Ou
the 2nd of that month the heaviest
and steadiest,run ever known begun,
and continued-up to the close of the
season. This great rush, the correspondent asserts, was tho only
thing that Buved tho canneries from
serious loss. In the first part of the
season. the raw fish cost so much in
proportion to tho canned product
that several of the canneries were
working at an actual loss. When
the heavy run wus at its height,
however, a break was made in the
market, the raw material went down,
and the canneries had some kind of
a margin for packing. Tho following table shows clearly how raw fish
havo increased in price sinco the
establishment of the first cannery
in 1866, us well as the decline of
canned fish, and tho increased production:
Market
Pack.   No. boata.   price
Case..
4,000
2
$10 00
18,000
16
l;t oo
28,000
l'JOO
100,000
36
10 00
100,000
60
900
SOO 000
76
0 60
260,000
100
800
260,000
126
7 00
tt&O.OOO
260
060
m.soo
900
r, oo
460,000
400
460
460,000
460
6'JO
400,000
(550
600
480,000
760
4 00
630,001)
000
480
650,000
1,200
600
650,000
1,600
6 00
019.000
1,700
600
Cost
of
Fish.
16 cts
16 eti
20 cts
20 cts
20 cts
20   cts
2*.%CtB
25 cts
26 cts
25 cts
25 cts
25 cts
25 cts
60 cts
60 cts
00 cts
76 cfs
00 <!ta
1H0
1B0T
1868
I860
1870
1871
1872
1173
1874
187*
1876
1877
187S
1670
■ 1880
1881
1882
1883
Hume, who began canning in
1806, paid 15 ots. for fisli nnd sold
liis 4000 eases at $16 jim* caso. This
year the puckers nay 90 cts. for fish
ami sell them at $5 a case. In view
of these fuels we can easily tinder-
stand hon- the canning business has
become completely demoralized even
in face of the immense run. It has
been tho best and the worst season
ever known on Columbia river.
Some canneries have actually lost
money, and some are said to be on
the verge of bankruptcy. The failure of the canning industry in this
province may help Columbia river
canners to some extent, by lessening the production, but there seems
to bo no present prospect of any
advance in the foreign market.       '
Judicial Procedure.
OFFICIAL DECLARATION- OF   THE SUPREME
COURT.
An official return has been received
from ttio registrar uf tho Supremo
dart of Canada, giving in full the
fiii.Hiiys of that court with respect to
tlm ntatus of tlio courts in this pro*
viui'i>.   From this document wo find:
1. That the Supremo Court of British Columbia is a Provincial Court
within tlio meaning of the 14th sub-
soutmn of aection 02 of the British
Ninth America Aot.
2. That the Legislature can mako
rules to govern the procedure of that
Court tu all matters, aa limited by the
preceding answer, and can delegate
this power to the Lieutenant Governor lu Council,
3. That the "Judicial District Act,
1870," is within tho powers of .the
Legislature of that Province, und does
apply to Judges appointed before that
Act came into force.
4.' That tin.' MIowing acts passed by
tlm Legislature of British Columbia
aro within the authority of that legislature ao far as they relate to procedure in the Supreme Court of British
Columbia—The "Better Administration of Justice Aot 1878," (42 Vic,
c. 20,1878); 42 Vic, c 12,1870; "An
Act. to amend the practice and procedure of the Supreme Court nf British
Columbia, and for other purposes relating to the Administration of Justice,' 44 Vic, o. 1; "An Aot to carry
out the objects of the Better Administration of Justice Act, 1878," nnd tho
"Judicial District Act, 1870."
During 1882 Messrs. B. and II
Becquorel continued previous researches by recording twice daily tho temperature of a naked and a turfed soil
at different depths. They found the
extremes of heat and cold to be
greater in the naked soil than in the
one covered by turf. At a depth of
two Inches the turfed soil was the
warmer at II a, m. [ at 3 p. m. the
naked soil was tho warmer during the
summer, and the colder during tho
winter. At greater depths the differences wero less marked, aud on the
nverago tho turfed soil whs from one-
tenth to seven-tenths of a degree
warmer than tha naked one,
THTT-    T)p T-IIHT & TOBETABLES.
I I      I      fl J 1       I   II,  I     rE.       CI.AHKSON      HAS    E.STAB-
m\ J      B      *     — -M-^M JL.  WJL   L       llshed    a.   iMrket oa Mary Street,
VOLUME H   .
TO LET. ;g
THOSE TWO STORES AND BKSI-
donce on Front street occupied by
Mrs. Eckstein. Tl^s is one of the boat
business stnni Is in tho city, right at the
Bteamer landing. t,oafles3ion given Step-'
timber lst.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
August lst, 1888. [lm.
BOYS' SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER,
PitiNCirALi - - - UEV..C. J. BENTON
Grailim-to of King's Collci?-, N. .*V - _
This institution will be opened hi;
Fall.    Board aiid Tuition,. $200 pej
num.   Ver particulars apply ta the'
op of New Westminster.       [jyt*3m,
J. BAGNALL,
. IMPORTER A MANUFACTURER OF
AND ALL KINDS OP
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to'receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments,
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from tho Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will receive prompt attention. jy28tc
IMPORTANT
iJ9k.—-m?2.
Farmers take Notice
 THAT ON	
Saturday, August 11,1883
At 10 o'clock a. in,,
THE FIKST OF A SERIES OF
monthly sales will he held on W* B.
TownsemTs Whnrf, New Westminster,
when the undersigned will sell hy public
auction, dairy and farm produce, horses,
cows and general merchandise. Fanners
having stook or produce to dispose of,
can consign tho same to the auctioneer,
who will receive, sell and return proceeds to shipper. Farmers and others.
are requested to give this matter their
serious consideration, as hi doing so they
will help to build up a MARKET that
will not only be a boon to themselves,
but to the whole of this city and district.
Further particulars will be given in due
time.
T. T. TBAFF,
aul-td. Auctioneer,
THE
1
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotol has beon recently completed and is furnished with evory convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has bo-
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. Tbo prospect is
charming, the sea breezes nre invigorating, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bur
Is entirely detatohed from the main
building,
t-T The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses, Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.   .
GEO.  BLACK,
Jv28to Proprietor.
;Mi Kainrliif tipriHOu th* l\up u> • M„ui/ ((Mj
THK WAY IT WILL  AFFECT T01T.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretions and purifies the
blood; hcnls the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
tho liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole systetp.    Suon is
THE  IMMEDIATE   AND   BATlSFA<rrORY EF-
msct that ft is warranted to break up the
most distressing cough in a few hours'
time, if not of too long standing. , It is
warranted to give kntiiik satisfaction,
even in the most confirmed cases of Consumption f It is warranted not to produce
costlveness (whioh is the ease with most
remedies), or affect tho head, as it contains no opium iu any form. .It is war-
ranted to be perfectly harmless to tlie most
delicate child, although it is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system, There, is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, whon Allen's Luno Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, aud who, having
failed to curo them with their own medicines, we would recommend to give Allen's Lt'.Mt Balsam a trial. Sold by all
Druggists. , je90-lm,
DRS. MGINNES & MATHERS.
Oflleo, ColumWft St., opp. Iho Postoflico
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
J|W WESTMIN8IER,
1RITISH  t COLUMBIA.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B1
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted,'
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
Government Street, Victoria. B, C.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET, • VICTORIA.
A.O-BUSTTS   IOB
Nortii British and Mercantile
Insnrance Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
311 Finslmiy Circus,
London, E. C.
JAKES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COUU MBI A   STREET,
fO*i[J. Colmii-'l Iti-tcl)
N l-)W   WRSTMIKS'iMUi.
t3T Several good Farms for Sale and to
Lease, nolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—ASH—
GENERAL AGENT
Bent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for tho TRAVE11KRS' 1IFK
and ACCIDENT 1NS11KANCK CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE: — Coiumbin Street.,  New
Westminster. fog
Every Man to his own Business
-f-..   FESLE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COlONU't IIOTK!.),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
Ph) slcliHis' Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specialty.
N. 11. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience,    mr2"t
_es.-OQK
SAvys •
?<• KINDS V
.._k.x.ao--
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
"Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, &c, fto., fto-
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
UOST FASHIONABLE 1\ TIIK CITV.
Opposito the Bouk, Columbia street,
Now Westminster, B. C.      [myiKMo,
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against tho Firm of ADAIR
k COMPANY, Fish Connera, Fmser
Rivor, are requested to forward tho same
at onco to their Solicitor--,
MB9SH8. DAVIE & POOLEY,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd March, 1883. mh7
School Furniture.
1 TABI.K, 24 CHAINS, 20 DESKS, 6
1 Maps, 2 Blackboards, 1 Boll; almost
new; for sala at a Decided Bargain.
jy21-to] E. ROBSON.
ri
L lisHed a. xfsmrket on Mary Street,
bhe purchase and sale of Fruits and
etableB, where everything in that
-will be kept for  sale,   at   reasonable
 es-       Fanners, stive us a call.
  *W.   CI-ARKSON.
NE- West., Aug. O.  1883. anilml
IN ION SAWMILL COMPANY
(IXMITEaD)
;E:—RICHARD ST.. NEW WESTMINSTER.
TT
CE   ABOVE   COMPANY HAVING
p   acquired tlie business   hitherto car-
a   on.    by   Webster   and   Company, aro
■^•^•pr-epared to supply all kinds of man-
;urecl Lumber at the lowest   possible
Dfy*        -As all tbe Boole   Accountsof   the
firm of Webster  and   Company have
transferre-i to tbe   above Company.
-lyt.j^x'so-njs indebted to the   late   firm are
p • ^sted      to   settle   up   their  accounts
jut do lay.
-**■ J.   B-   HENDERSON,
Manager.
,"fWTJN"G DISPOSED OF THE
lumber      manufacturing    business
scl  oj*  by me tinder the firm name of
iter «& Oo., to the Domininion Saw
o. Limited, I ben; to ask for a con-
ce *to them of tbe patronage hither-
snded to me*
LS*c J.   A.   WEBSTEIt.
NE
n*e.
MI
Ly
Broad
ANGES
BQ^TVARE.ETC.ETC
wCocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pipe
'id    Pipe    Fittings   in   Endless
.-J        "Variety.        All kinds of
*    -4.JVJ>   HOTTSEWOKIC AND
&M2TMRjLI- jobbing
£rp Ixi neatest style and most thorough
manner.
Shop w
ae   Furnishing  Goods
>f every description on hand.
T
IHB
1NERY SUPPLIES
prepaij
ture, -I
Cftbine     'And work a specialty.
prempl
U
m    SCOULLAR SL CO
lias th
contimiesale dealers -& Monufocturers,
Old sta
►ia       Street,      New    Westminster.
myl9-to.
LatcM
Storf
3.   CLARKE,   M.   1>.
radical Ball
J. CURTIS & CO.
T
NRECT IMP0ETEES
wholesale and   retail dealers in
|HE
MEA^s& Chemicals,
Conston
ilies, Re
LOW
;ent    Aledicines, Perfumery,
STUFFS,
imps and Lamp Goods, etc.
c^oif Every Description.
Ilffl Sole Agents for
":iD   GREASE."
REA] 	
toUMBIA   STREET,
t door from Colonial Hotel,
WESTMINSTER, B. C.
my9-tc.
•"WEBB'S.
BURRA-*  -^'i-^e*B» Revolvers go to
TRENAlemt a day's sport, call at
s,   Powder and  Shot buy at
Vnt Cigars & Tobacco use
HfWH t'ouches, Purses, Afatch Safes
Now AVei»-   K-e-adins and Eye Glasses
Apyo-u. can see through at
1 \li-\-es. Razors  Jfc  Scissors, get
MOTfC
count of tai-cla,  X>ioe -& Cheques see
less luppl **-**_*   rf^'9mm'mumm1rmm-
ov Home in
NTeedlea, Oil A Attachments, try
New Wea
V 1 cannot get elsewhere
TC! T^7"**'te1»'si Orot-
WAN|
Duties
noxt tc
iyl-tcl   BS
Duties to    CALL AND  SEE.
noxt term  g^^   JS-ow   -Westminstor, B. O.
jcSO-83-to ©nr gfovfi.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
(Coiitinuuil.)
for   HerwaWV
"Now for Horwald'a,' lie said,
breaking lhe seal carefully; itrnnna
follows:—
"Huhst Hall, Whalley.
My Dkar Dudley—Your second
letter lias just come to hand, your
first, aftor vainly seeking mo in Pail-
Mall, whero I havo been staying aomo
weeks in order to sottle affairs with
my solicitor concerning somo complicated London leases, arriving simultaneously with it. This, and tho
knowledge that I have been sottled at
Hurst Hall but four days, must bo my
solo excuses.
"On reading thu first letter, my impulse was to ring the bull and order
my portmanteau to be packed, and in
another hour should certainly have
boen on route for the South and Sunnyside, but your second, informing tne
of your stay in Scotland, obliged me
to desist; for how could I mako suro
of my welcome at the manso? aud,
though no coward, could hardly lmvo
darod to intrudo myself thore au un
invited stranger, so, though I am longing to seo your dear faco again and to
grasp your hand, I must bo patient
and bide my time.
"And now, my dear old friend, what
can I say, what ought I to say, aftor
what you have told mo? how oxpross
my sympathy for your sudden and
awful bereavement? Alas, iti great
grief as iu great happiness, words nro
barren oF results, wholly inadequate
to express our feelings and our
thoughts; actions, not words, must
test h friend's heart—nnd Icaunot
come to you.
"But nine months ngo, and nows of
your mother's death reached me in
Switzerland, and now my poor guardian ia gone; oh, if I hud hut been in
England, if I had not loitered by tlio
way to nurse a solfish'grief, I might
have seen his cheery face again! Hut
how fruitless aro regrets over a closed-
up grave! aud how vain all I am
writing now! I meant to comfort, and
do but mourn over a Uw feeble fancies. Pity me, Dudley, aud pardon
me, for I too havo lost a father; and
fourteen months havo hardly healed
my grief.
"You lmvo tunny for whom to live
nml work, and hope; 1, no one—not
one on God's dear earth claiming Mood
and kiusmamdiip with me.
"My coming back threo days ago
wa3 n mere inookory; acres upon acros
of goodly land, tenants crowding
round und calling mo rooster) but not
one face tn bid mo welcome home,
I wus but a poor fool, Dudley, but 1
givo you my word tliat when, sick at
heart, I bad listened to the long-
winded speeches of tho old steward
und housekeeper, I just wont to tho.
old library aud laid my head on my
fnlher'a chair und cried liko a child;
and no iv, resting in this samo dusty
room, 1 feel the shadow on my friend's
heart passing to my own. Enough,
yuu know Ilerwuld Delot'rno, without
further words.
"And now I crave a hearing—u
hearing and a favorably answer; I cannot conic to thu manse, but you cun
come to me, you and Nellie (ah! her
good heart will not refuse me), and
the little river, streamlet, brnok, what
do you call it?—Rill, whom I lmvo
never seen, too. Como, I will take
no refusal, tho factory cumot wnnt
you yet; let Bruce fag for both. Oome,
I can givo you glorious scenery, brao-
nig air, capital game, horses, dogs,
billiards, any and every rural delight;
nnd the warmest welcome you have
ever known,
"Mrs. Arundel shall wire for Nellie's comfort, and the old blue nursery
shall be fitted up for tho littlo "river;'-
surely you cannot refuse me, consider
my loneliness, and come; come and
renew tho old friendship so rudely
broken; come and let each judge
whether Herwuld or Dudley be most
unchanged.
"Write by what train to expect you
and I will be at thu station to meet
you,
"Remember me to yuur aunt and
uncle Cameron; host love tu Nellie.
Adieu. "Hbuwald Deloumii,"
I hud read the foregoing letter over
Dudley's shoulder, for after the lirst
few sentences ).u had finished it to
himsolf.
"Well, dear, what do you suy?"
"That Herwuld is a noble follow
a downright brick—and that, if yoii
think it possible, we will go and see
him."
"You are sure it wilt ha right to
leave home for so long?1'
"Our six weeks aro not up till next
Wednesday- "
"And Dr. Waldegraves ordered you
two months.1'
"Ho did. but I am nil right now;
ntill, htisim-sH is slack, and Bruce in
capital working ordor, nnd Loo seems
able to manage tho boys, what any
you, Nell?"
"That we will go, dear, for I see
you aro longing for a-sight of your old
chum; but here comes Katie, let us
ask her."
Katio proved to be iu what Dudloy
termed her chronic statu of hurry, and
could listen to nothing; it was tea-
time hoforn tiur plan wus laid boforo
her and Aunt Margaret,
"no by all means," was Llio universal opinion; so Dudley wrote along
letter of acceptance, and Katie and I
walked over Hie hills to poBt it, mi
hev way to some outlying pensioner of
hers.
Ou our return down tiie village
street, Katio begged ine to -rn to a
Mrs. Graham about, somo work she
bud given hor.
"She is a young Englishw.intau,
Nellie, aud very nwurvud and pretty;
I hear she has an invalid child. 1
have nu ver boen round lo her room
yet; 'she lodges with old Marjory. I
Bhnuhl liko you tri go nnd mjc them for
me, if you would, while I inuuiru how
poor Donald's leg is getting oii,"
Katio had so rarely naked n favor ot
tnu that I could not refuse; besides, J
was hither ashamed of her knowing
huff timid I was of entering poor
peoplu'a cottages; und limy Lome ut
limne oould never induce mu to nccouir
pnny hor. Somehow or other I lacked
the Imppy faculty of Buying kind and
pleasant things to strangers; of patting
- curly heads, nnd gnining (he hearts of
slatternly mothers by praises of thoir
dirty-faced iinbies; and I trembled before tho rough-voiced men for whom
Louie had always a word and a smilo.
Both Louio and Katio possessed the
winning art: perhaps Katio wns utrifle
more carried, and Louie more tender,
but both wure true Sisters of Mercy,
iind beside thein I felt sadly deficient
in this Christian duty!
Obediently then I followed my
cousin's behest: I knew woll where
' -sho wna going: the Donald of whom
■he spoko, whose fractured leg was the
result of ii horrible accident, was the
blaok sheep of the parish; ■ drunkard,
liar, and poacher, who Iny ull day upon
his bod of pain, cursing, swearing,
and blaspheming, so as to turn thoso
sick ivith horror who listened to his
awful ravings. And she Would stand
beside this godless creature, and take
his baud, and speak consoling aud
holy words to him; awing him by her
gentleness and goodness, aud shinning him into very silonce.
Tho wickot nt old Marjory's stood
open, no one was in the red-brick
kitchen, sol wont upstairs and tupped
at tho first door I came to; no voice
bade me outer, so I lifted thoiatoh
and went in.
Such a poor room, su barely and yet
so cleanly furnished. Somo delicate
needle-work lay ourefully folded on
the round table, aud I was stooping to
examine it, thinking myself alone,
whon two bright specks of eyes peered
at me from over the top of a high
crib. It was the child. I went up
to it and stood perfectly appalled)
anything losa human una child-like
could scarcely be imagined.' Such u
little white skeleton face, such deep
dark lines of suffering under the wan
eyes; such an old weary look! I
touched the lint febrile hand.
"My littlo girl, arc you sutfiit'lng?
aud why has your mother left you
alone?"
"Boy," wns the sole response.
."Buy, is it? thon you are Mrs.
Graham's littlo boy; will your mother
bo long? can I wait for hor?'1
Only a store out of the heavy eyes;
jto answer. I sat down by the cot,
wid asked him again in a low tone if
lio expected his mother shortly.
"I want to sleep," was tho reply, in
a querulous sharp voico, and twitching
at the bod-cloihos with small bony
hands, tho weird cionture turned its
face to tbe wall. I sat still nud looked
about 'mc, noting the perfect eleauli-
nnd order of tho poor room; the
bare look of the half-opouod cupboard,
and tho fireless grate.
Presently tho thing raised itself Up
with a littlo sigh, and felt for a rimless plate and tin mug that stood beside it; alas! both were empty.
"Aro you hungry or thirsty, little
one! can I Iind you something?"
No need to ask, tho wistful, starved
eyes followed me to the empty cupboard; no fragment of bread, no sup
of milk was there*
'Never mind, little man, I will seo
what I can do; wait, I will bo buck
directly."
Thero  was  nu  nil-sorts shop round
the corner;   und in a fow minutes the
mug was tilled with new milk, und a
fresh roll crumbled into it.   The child
ate like a hungry cob, and then asked
for inoi'O, every now and then saying
gravely, "Very good, hidyj very good
indeed."
When lie had liuished, I said—
"My boy, now  tbat I have given
yon  h  nice  supper, will yon not bu
friends witli me, and let ua talk a little?    I  should   liko   to  know your
namo."
"llennie."
"Wcll, Honnie- you seem very dull
lying here ulone, should you like mo
to bring you a pretty toy to ninusu
you when 1 next mime?" A faint
smile stole over tho wan face, thon in
nu eager whisper—
"I have a doll, look horo," and
groping under his pillow, ho triumphantly produced his treasure. Such
a doll, such a wooden battered old
creature, deprived of a leg and arm
nud all tho black und ruddy paint'worn
nit' by freijucnt. ablutions. Yet this
hiduaus stump wna tho joy of Henniu'n
heart; to see him hug it to his bosom,
and talk to it iu bis sharp little voice,
would havo boon a lesson to ninny a
nursery aristocrat rejoicing in their
waxen darlings.
"I seo you uro fond of (bills: what
Should you say if I were lu bring you
a beautiful one made of wax, with
bluo eyus inid rosy cheeks and long
curling hair?'1
"A lady doll, do you montli"
"Yes, u lady doll, dressed in a
protty muslin frock aud sash, if I can
Hnd ono."
"Ah, I know," lie replied, in his
enger whisper, "I saw ouo once, such
a grand lady, in a pink hat nnd green
frock liko a queen; will mine be like
her?'1
"Very liko her, I expect;" and with
a littlo crow Heuuio fell to embracing
his old dolly afresh- and smoothing
its rags*with touching tenderness.
Just then the door oponod, and a
young woijinjl hubbily but neatly
dressed in i. hiff, filtered, and
dropping n conrtuj', pu3ned on to tho
cot with loving and troubled eyes.
Hennie stretched out bis thin arms
yearningly, ami as she stooped to kiss
him and fold him to her breast, he
laid his tired face against hers with
a sigh of perfect contentment.
"My pretty boy. my own pot, how
have you been this long time? havo
you been wanting me?"
"My n»(n has been bad,-Lucy, vory
bud!"
'-Has it, dear, and you have boun
bearing it nll alone.''
"No, I told dolly all aboiit ft, you
know, and sho was vory sorry for mo,
aud told me to go to sleep and forgot
it—aud so I did, till this lady enme
and gave tno some supper; 1 was so
hungry, oh, so hungry!"
Standing there beside her aillictod
boy, and lifting up to nie eyes eloquent with gratitude, I think I never
saw a sweeter faco than Lucy Graham's, Littlo moro than a girl yet,
with her smooth round cheek, worn
and pule Willi labor and privatum, not
to Buy with !)|jtny a secret cure, shu
still looked so young uud fair that she
seemed rather the boy's sister than
his mother.
"Yon havu boon vory. kind lu my
poor child, uiu'uin; it HtniinB'Vury erhul
to git and leave hiin all the long ilny,
and hu sin-h ,1 little rrenturu; but 1
cannot always got work -;t lioino; and
wo oalttiot starve." £}|ie lifted iho
ci'iiier -.f ber nliawl und wiped the
tears from her patiuitt eyes.
"It is not cruel at all, Ln:y; 1 am
thinking all the time how nice it wiil
bo wlnjn you oonio back; und wha: we
shall hnve fm' supper; don't cry, don't,
it makes me ache :i}j over; open yoilr
basket ami tell mo what yuu havo
brought to-uigbi."
"Guess, Hennie."
"Periwinkles," cried thu boy, his
huge oyes brilliant with excitement.
"No, not  Periwinkles," umi Luuy
clapped her hands nnd laughed.
"Sprats, then?''
"No."
"Saveloy*, hot bread!"
"No, no, you will nevor guess; look
here," and shu oponod her basket and
Khi*w*-d Hennie a lnrge slab nf seed
cuko and half a dozen mellow plums
"Such a kind, dear lady gavo me
this for iny little boy; you never
thought of anything half as good, did
you not?"
"Sit down, sit down directly, Lucy,
and tako olf yuur shawl, you aro so
tired and hot, and let nio seo you oat;
let nio food you; I havo hud my supper, you know, hub wo will mako
believe feast, you and I and dolly.'
TENDERSWANTED.
MTKNDKBS WILL BE RECEIVED
X by the liidimoml Council up to
the 3rd day of Soptomhor, lSSJJ, for cutting two miles of ditches and constructing a iloodgate and flume. Spooifioatioiis
ean lie seen at the houses of Hugh Boyd,
Sea Island, and Thomas Kidd, Lulu Island; nlso nt Ti K. Pearson it Co.'s
oilieo, New Westiniuster.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
aiilltd      SAM. MILLER,C.M.C.
(Ib   lit   III
 IMPORTER,-
SHIPM&& COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
FRONT ST., -NEW WESTMINSTER,
Ofl'eis for sale
Extra,
FLOUR!
11ARLEY,
-''ROUND BAULKY,
WHEAT,
MIODMNUS,
GTS HS Ml r*3fcJ -
OATS,
OAT MEAL.
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SICKS,
HAMS,   BACON,   LARD,   BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICE'S,
MICIER'S OIK
CN.LLWH&t-K.B.G.
J. C. HF.NDERSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jobbing und Retail Dealer iu
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Direct taptition
r DDnimii
SWINE & 8PIRJT MERCHANT.&
L. UIIU9V11
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESJD*
i onts of Now Westminster nnd vicinity tlint ho is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
TTTEWISH TO THANK.OUR Numerous customers for their liberal patronage and support (hiring tho past two
years, and wo hopo to nmuago the business in sueh a way us to secure a eontin-
Uanoo and increase in the same. Remember, we buy largely, and are pro-
pared to sell as
Low as any Other House
In the rrovnicc, an we carry the Lurgeat
Stock on the Mainland (outside of New
Westminster).   Our stock consists of
Spirits,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES,
COUNTY COURT.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY 01VEN THAT
i_l  the  next  sittiitg  of  the  County
Court will he hold on Wednesday, 12th
September, 1889.
Dated August 10, [888.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
aulltd New Westiniuster,
NOTICE.
k LL
Xjl "Assessment
Dr)' (ioods.
Notions,
Umler-fcnr,
Clothing,
Hats k Caps,
Glnss JS rutty,
Drugs,
Pntent Jli'ilii hits,
Ko-.cs,
Hardware,
Honks A Station')' Karat Implements
Agent for L'fto'no Const Steamship Co.
Anl-'e.
A BY-LAW
To tmblo the Coniniutiun nf tlio
Oity nf Now Weaiimilifctui- to raise
Ly way of Loan the sum of Five
Thousand Dollars foi' the purposes tliori'l.i so' forth.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT TO
mis? by way of loan the sum of
Fivo thousand dollars, to build a wharf
for, nml to subsidise, a Steam Furry botween the eity of New Westminster and
the South side of Eraser Rivor: to assist
iu building an Agricultural Hall, and
for grading anil covering a portion ot
Columbia Street;
Aud whereas it will require tlio sum
of Nine hundred dolhira to ho raised
annually by special rate for the payment
of said debt and interest;
And whereas the wholo rateable prop
orty of the snid Corporation of the City
of New Westiniuster, according to the
last revised Assessment Roll, being for
the year 1SS3, is the sum uf Four hnnd
red and sixty-eight thousand eight build
ted and thirty-five dollars, irrespective
of any future increase of the rateable
firoperty of the Municipality nnd of any
noome In the nature of tolls, interest or
dividends from the work, or from any
stock, shares or interest iu the work
upon wliich the money to be raised as
herein provided for or any part thereof
is intended to be invested, und also irrespective of any income from the temporary investment of the sinking fund or
of any part thereof;
And whereas, for paying the interest
and creating an equal yearly sinking
fund for paying the said principal sum
of Fivo thousand dollars as hereinafter
provided, it will require an equal annual
special rate of ono quarter of ono per
cent, on the dollar.
Be it therefore unacted, hy tho
Mayor and Council of tho Corporation
of the City of New Westiniuster, us follows:—-
1. That it shall bo lawful for tha
Mayor of tho city to raisn by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing
to advance tlio sumo upon the credit of
the debentures hereinafter mentioned, a
sum of money not exceeding in the
whole the sum o[ Five thousand dollars,
uud cause the same to bo paid into the
hands of t]jn Clerk of thu said Corporation for tho vmrpiwt* «ni} with tho object
above recited;
2. That it shall be lawful for the suid
Mayor to cause any number of debentures to bo made for such sums of money
us may bo required, not less than one
hundred dollars each, und that the said
debentures shall bo sealed with the seal
of the said Corporation of the City of New
Westminster and bo signed by tho said
mayor;
3. That said debentures shall bo made
payable in ten yearn at farthest from the
day hereinafter mentioned for this Bylaw '..'. Ink'- effect, at the otlice of the
Clerk of the CJorporntiqit of tip] mod
City of Now Westminster, and shall
have attached to thutn coupons for the
payment of the interest;
'*. That the suid debentures ahull bear
interest at and after at the rate of eight
per cent, per annum from tho date thereof, which interest shall ho payable half-
yearly nt the olliee of the Clerk of tho
Municipality;
fi. That for the purpose of forming a
sinking fund foi* the payment of tlio
suid debentures and the livsorest at
the rate aforut-uid to liiwoini- iliju
thereon, an equal special into c-f ouo
quarter ofcoilO pop ceut. mi the dollar
shall iu addition to all other nttoa be
raised, levied and collected iu cuch year
upon Ml rateable property in tllfc Pnid
iMiinieipnlity during the 'continuance of
the said debentures or uny of them,
li. tt shall liu lawful for the said Municipal (Joniicil from time to time to
purchase any of the said debentures, te
such dcb-.iiit.urfs ;-h;i!l be nn (Jxprettsed
to entitle the said Obliiicil to redeem and
purchase the same on paying tlie amquqi
thorco and interest duo thereon tii the
date of such purohaso, at such time or
limes us may he agreed upon, lo tlie holder or holder* tbcroof,nttd iilldoboiitui'os so
rc-tiui-obfisod shall ho forthwith cancelled
and dostroyed and no re-issue of debentures shall ho n'ndii jn i$6li9om(eiiuo of
such pe-iiureliasej
7. This Bylaw shall take i-fFoot and
come into Operation upon the tenth day
of September, A. D. IHb'8.
This Bylaw mny bu cited as the New
Wesl ii i i uatcr Loan Bylaw, 1883.
hissed the    Municipal   Council    the
Thirteen til-clay of August, 183:!.
Doom.
Windows,
Nulls,.
Groceries,
Provisions,
Hoots ib Motis,
Crockery,
fl-hissiviirfl,
Carpenters'Tooki,
Wooden Ware,
i'ltlnts.. Oils,
Hr ii sites.
Furniture,
Lumber,
Wall Paper,
Sic. Etc
SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy and Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget that wc take nil kinds of
Farm I'rndnco, at Market liutea, ia exchange for goods,
■T-iTAll book accounts for 1882 and 1883
must he closed hy 1st October, 1883,
without fail.
A Clearance Sale to cominenco lsl
September, 1883, for IIO days.
CHEAP JACK,
TM RAN HERS' PAPOC-SE.
jeSQ-Oin,
(To be Oontlnnod.)
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Wliicli !io will uuppl)
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
lu Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
IV. A. Ollbj-'-j,   London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
aoXitTJ-ZMXJ-.   STjSEIEJT,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
ASSESSORS DNDElt THE
Act, 1870," and
amending Acts, aro herohy instructed
to complete tho Holts on or heforo the
30th November noxt; and tho'duties of
all Courts of Revision and Appeal, undor
such Statutes, nro to he eomplotod and
tho Rolls finally revised on or hefore tho
31st December next.
By Command.
JNO. R0I1SON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflico,
28th July, 1883. au8ml
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS AKI311EREHY NO-
tilled that the provisions of tho
Municipal By-Laws will he strictly enforced. HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor,
Now Westminster, July 10, IS83.   [tc
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTIOI! IS HEHEBY GIVEN that
ns person can vote for or agninst
tlio "New Westminster Loan. Bylaw,
1883," unless they have paid all municipal taxes prior to the 21st day of August, 1883.
By Ordor,
JAMES OER, C. M. C.
Now West., August M, 1683.      uuloto
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Mormation, Employment
 AND ,
HOMES™ EMIGRANTS.
The Government of  British Columbia
has established an
1
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all persons wishing to obtain authentic informntion about tho country
aro advised to apply, eitherporsonally or
by letter, to tho Ageut.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of tlio country and its resources will he
supplied freo of chargo on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, arc invited tn place themselves
hi communication with tho Agent. Particulars should bo furnished ns to tho
kind of employment and wages offered,
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Square, New Westminster, B. C.
"warn. 2~iO&&_
Immigration Agent.
NOTICE.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
__\ I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase SOO acres of land on
Bowen Island, Howe Sound, New Westminster District, described as follows:
Commencing at a point 80 chains, inoro
or less, west of the northwest cornor of
W, lilaton's pre-emption claim on Bowen
Island; thctice south SO chains; thence
west 40 chains; thonco nortii 50 chains;
thonco oast 40 chains, to point of commencement. JAMES DEANS.
Now Westminster, B.C., Juno 27,1883.
jc30-2ni.	
HARVESTING
MOWERS:
model mam.,
', L.S,
\     HKNltY V. ISDMONOS,
' . Mayor.
Jambs Omi,C. M.O.      au8td
TAKE NOTICE
mHAT THE ABOVE IS A THUE
.1. copy of the proposed New Westminster Loan Bylaw, 1883, up'in which
tho vote of tho Municipality will ho taken at tho OfMirl IIfuiac,' on Hniiirtfjti
the 1st (lay Of Nl-;*U'llll>l!l\tN!-i.}, mid tin-
poll will bo kept opon Iwtween tho horn's
of Ton o'clock a. m. and I'oitr o'clock
p. m,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
City Clerk's Office, August 7,1883.
Canadian Mako.
R !■: A V BB.S.-i
BUOKEYE,
American Make
SULKY     RAKES:
SELF-DUMPING ITHICA,
Canadian Mak;o,
CHAMPION
American Make,
V I 0. W S ;
STEEL & IRON PLOWS
Amoriwiu Mtiko.
oil ^iiS-c1 oni tf-' ni r-u/o
blii'iN 5 bULfu HU'Wo
M
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS,
A largo assortment, aud tho largest
stock in the Province of
NEW    SCHEDULE
-W^CSrES-B
WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I-iiiil KcRislry Ordinance, 1S70.
Lot No. SS, mocis XXIII, Oilu of New
Westminster,   „
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEATJCHAMPS
RBEAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
■ recoivea fi;idt direct from Sacramento Valloy, hi evory steamer, and Is
prepared to noil at tbo following prices;
Peaches, per box 51 7C
Apples, por box.  1 00
Pears, per box  1 00
Apricots, por box  1 75 ,
Cherries, por box of 10 lba  1 25
Oranges,..........25 @ 50 cents per doz
Lemons 35 ® 50 conts por doz
Acapulco Limes, . .25 @ 50 conts per doz
Green Corn, 25 @ 50 conts per doz
Tomatoes, 12^ cents por pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP,
jc27-to. Victoria.
"STSRANTr
QueenSt„ - Port]
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
A CERTIFICATE OV INDEFEAS-
lblc title to tho abovo mentioned lot
will bo issued to Elizabeth Kathleen
Black on the Vlrsl Dft)' Of October,
next, unless in tho meantime a valid objection thereto bo made to the under
signed, in writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest in said lot,
or any part thereof.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General.
Land Registry Office,
28th Juuo, 1883. [jc30-td
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in tho abovo lines, tho
subscriber is prepared to supply . tho
people at the Terminus City nnd elso
whoro with everything generally found
in a first-class store. All goody sold at
tho lowest cash prices.
I'nuiltlitg on)Ills «f all IeIikIn.
apUtc ' D. B. GRANT.
joSOte.]
NOTICE.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
intend making application to tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty acres of laud ,iu Now AVcstminster
District, described as follows: Commencing at a post ou a rock in a bay
known as Ec'alston Bay, situated about
midway between Atkinson and Whito
Cliff Points, at the entrance of Howe
Sound; thence cast 40 chains; thence
south 40 chains; theiico west 40 chains,
more or less, to shore lino of Bay; thence
northerly along shoro lino to point of
commencement,
ALFRED MASTERS.
New Westminster, July 11,1883.   [14 2m
[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
-Solo Agents for-
YATES STREET, VICTORIA.
je!3-to.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .$3 50 to $4 00 Ir* day
Earth Foramen... 2 50 to   3 50     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50    "
Bridgo Cai-ponters,
lst class  3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2ndclass  3 00 "
Masqns 2 CO to   3 50    "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3'50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 50 ' "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to   2 00     " ■
Drillers .,, 2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborers  1 7'T to 2 00     "
Howers, lst class 3 50 "'
Choppers, 1st class 2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, lst class 2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tool 3.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Housea will   be convenient
along the Line.   Board—$4 por week,
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses,
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
10th of each mouth,
A.   ONDERDONK,
Geneiui. Manaoer.
Ol'PICK Ol' tllli CONTIIACTOIIS,
Canadian Pacifk* Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1883.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Qubbn, Defender
of the Faith, ke,, ke., ke.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
serve in the Legislative Assembly of
Our Province of British Columbia,
and summoned and  called to a
meeting of the Legislating or
Parliament of Our said Province, at Our city of Victoria
on Thursday, tho 12th day
July instant, to have
been commenced and
held, and evory of
you-GitEiiTiNO
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davie, \ TTTHKRE AS,
Attorney-General. ] W the meeting
of the Legislature or Parliament of tho
Province of British Columbia, stands
called for Thursday, the Twelfth day of
July instant, at wliich time, at Onr City
of Victoria, you were held and constrained to appear.
Now kuow yc, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration tho case and convenience of
Our loving subjects, Wo havo thought
fit, by and with tho advico of Our Ex
ccutivo Council of tho Provinco of British Columbia, to relieve you, and each of
you; of your attendance at tho timo
aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by
these presents enjoining you, and each of
you, that on Thursday, the lfttli day
of tlie month of September next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the ■ said Province, nt Our
City of Victoria, and therein do as mny
seem'necessary.   Herein fail not.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   We   havo
caused thoso Our Lettci-s to bo made
Patent, and tho Great Seal of British
Columbia to bo hereunto affixed:    Witness,   tho   Honourablo CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor  of
Our said Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Tenth day of July, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty -three, and in the
forty-seventh year of Our Roign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
jy!8-td] Provincial Secretary.
MUMOIPALITYofSUMEY
THS ASSESSMENT ROLfr FOR THE
Municipality of Surrey having
been returned and revised, tho taxes
aro uow due and payable to mo at my
office, nnd all taxes not paid on or before
The Kh-Kt liny of October, will be delinquent, nml interest at tho rata of one
per cent, per month will bo added thereto and collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Collector,
je23-td] Clover Valley, Surrey,
-THE-
Spence's Bridge
ANNUAL
Fall Races and Games
Will tako place at Spenco's  Bridgo  on
Wednesday & Thursday
.   Octobor 3rd and 4th, 1883.
Those who wish to compete at tho
Games or havo horses to enter for tho
Races, arc referred for further particulars to bills which will bo issued iu duo
time. JAMES VA1R,
auii-lin]   Sec. to Com. of Arrangements.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DIS'PENS&RY,
NO. 11KEABNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. HPINNF.Y, ivi'll l-m-wii-if* tlie r-»tin.
ilor of llm Moi.t-----il, (O. G.) Modioli I tint!.
tllto, mid lute I'm-H-iH-.r ..I tlie .■Jl'lNNHVVlIiLH
INr'll'MAHY, would most roB-iccIfully Infunu
lil* -inti-JiitR nml ili<i nltiirtcd goDorall**, Hint lio
atill continues to (rent clinmiu mid norviiuB itl^-
cnsi'S witli iiii-inniUiik'il siiccwm.
LADIES AND GBWX'iSirilBM.
ItemL'lnlicr Hint I'l-wnsllimttroi in tlm llilrf of
timo no
CORISAND 3E XZEAI-SS).
lt mutters not wlmt jour tumbles wny lip, como
und let tho Dodul- cxiuiiiiio yuur caso. 11 will
cost ymi not li liii*; fur conf-ultnlion, mt |ileu«o nil!
nud BUtlgfj- yourit'lvi's wln-l!ier tlm Doctor under-
Btmiilsf yinii-cimo. If liu can cure yon lio will toll
you *o- If nut, lit) will tell you Hint, fur lm wil)
not nii'lertnlii- ti i-ti.-e uuli'ss lio I" con 11 dent of uf.
footing lycuro.
Purlieu nt n 'lint-men wl-diiii-i; In-iilmeut, liy
Ktttidlii-* "(2.1 nml u mlmito diucriiitloii of tlieir
troubles will rceolvo In icturii n full courso ot
troatmenl i-ecnrclv 'ntd'eil no in* not to exclfo cu-
rloslty,
Dlt. SPINNEY will Rimrnntee to lerfuit Fivo
Hundred DnllnrH fur every enso ofntiyltiml or
nlinnictur wlilcli lio undi-rtiiki-K nnd (litis tn oure.
P. B.—For ill-teases of sliort Mtiinitln-', u full
course of un-dicliit-t, ciillldi'iil for u euro, with
nil InstriiclioiiH, will lm sent lo nny midribs on
receipt of $10.
CiilliirAililici*-
Di. tU'lIVNKY & CO.,
0 23-ly      No. 11 Keiiruoy-st. ,Snn l'nanclsco.Cnl.
New Goods
New Goods
GOLL
Tenders Wanted
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
Ly the undersigned up to Saturday
tlio 1st day of September, tor delivering
on Trunk road at Cliil-odi-lien Slough
liridge, near Ladnor's Landing, 2,500
foot Corduroy, 12 feet long and uot less
than It inclicB thick aud 8 inches wide)
to bo of good Bound cedar, and split bustard fashion; to bo delivered on or before the 20th December, 1883. Tenders
must bo nceompanied with the namo of
ono good surety for the faithful performance of tlio contract, to tho amount of
S250 00.
WM. MaKEE,
Clerk Municipal Council.
Ladner's Landing, Aug. 7,18S3.   aulltd
"VTOTICEISHEUEBY OIVENTHAT
1.1 I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of laud
situate on a small bay on the northwest
end of Texada Island, near Marshal
l'olnt, District of New Westminster, described as follows:
Commencing at a slako set bu shore of
small bay; theuco enst -10 chains; thonco
south 50 chnins; theuco west 40 chains;
theuco north to shore line of Texada
Island; thenoo in a northeasterly direction along shoro lino to point of commencement. EDWAJID TRIM.
By his attorney, Harhy Trim.
Now Westminster, Juno 22,1883.     [2m
N O TJ C E
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I IN-
| tend to mako application to the Chief
Commissioner
co appltc;
of Lam
anils and Works for
fiennlssion to purAhtme (il() acres of land
n the Land Recording District of
Osoyoos, and described as follows:
Northeast aud northwest quarter of section 6, and eastern half of section 7,
township 50. J. C. HAYNES.
Osoyoo, 16th July, 1883. [aul*2in
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
JD—\~-   OrOOJDS,
Clothing:,
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of     «
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stono building, Columbia
stroot, myi6.(c.
New
Front street,
Westminster,
 Dealer in	
B. G,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
,-  HATS AND  CAPS,
.    READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers'. Supplies. Produce of ail kinks purchased
nt highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
CHAS. McDONOUGH.
myiWc,
TIIE GREAT EWill HEW
Itnanerrr-fniline
Cure for Nerv-
ousDebilit)'.Exhausted Vitality
of a ny k i it 0,
Wcnliiifss, Paralysis, 1'rostn-
Uirrhocii,unil nil ■
tho terrible i*f-
'Tft'tB Ot'jOlltllflll
follicB.and excesses In moltirer yenr?,
UU. MINTIE will flfrree lo rorii-it
PlTO IIunil red Dollars faraenseof
thia kind lln; Vital KestONlUve (under
his special ndvico nnd treatment)will not
cure, or (or nnythlrp impure or injurious
found Iti It. flit. MIXflK IrVlB all Diseases jiiceessfuily without mercury.
Conciliation free. Thorough ejami-
nation and advice, §5*00. PiiceofVltftl
Restorative, S'l'OO" a bottle, or four
times Hie nun til Ily, S10-00; sent to nny
nddrcss upon receipt of prico, or(j O. D,,
secure from obsi-ri'iilion, nnd in private
name If desired, liy .A. K. MINTIE,
M.D.
Thnso who ennnot visit WI, MINTIK
in San Fninclioo should send a full and
minute striii'iuent of their'troubles wllh
§25-00, and hi return n full courso of
.Medicine will be forwarded j securely
packed, so ns not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0, O. D. oust
be nocompniilcd with SI.00 {ns n punr-
anlee of pood faith), which will be deducted when (lie pneknge Es shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FKEE.-Sent on
application by letter slating symptoms,
sex and ngo. Communications strictly
confidential. jny31-ly
11 Kearney Street, Nan Fi-uurlseo, Cat.
DR. LIEBIG,
400 tienry Street,
SaiiFranclsco,Cnl
C0KTINUK9 TO TltKAT buc-
tfi-rifnlly   by  Honii'oniitliy
-J ovflry f-irai of Spit-lnl orCtii-otili*
C3 Uisi-iist- -vlttimit Mi'-Tiiiyor Nnii-
Ul nemi*  Urns*.    Dlt.   MKIIKl'S
tr INVIQQRATOIl la u iiosltlvo anil
—v ptirinniiDiit  euro   Tor   Si-mltml
J*-' Wual-ni'SH, Nirvniia nml 1-liynlciil
h~ Di-l-llily,  I.ii-it   Mntihonil,  Vilul
CO Kxliniifttlon, nml nil tlio tcrrllilo
lil RKiillHofiiloiHi'iI niitiirii,mrsi-
,__, on iiiiil   yiiiitliful  Miles.     Tlio
»•**" Uootorivlll ii-.'1'pii In writ hip to
luii'-it 91,01)0 for ii curo tlmt
lm iimloriitkcaiiiiil Inils to euro. -
Tliu ri-tmnii  iIi'-ii-hiihIh i-iia mt
j-ot curml nf Srmluiil Wcnkiirwi
uml Ilii* nbovo ili*eiwi-»UowhiB
to it complication cnll wl Prosta-
toi'ihoii, wlilcli i-einilrttt n -"pi-ulnl
rumc-ly.   lilt.   MIJMG'S   IH.
'O ViaOllATOll,  NO. '2, lanSpn.
Otitic Curo fur IWuturrlmn.
_,_ Prico of i'lllit-1* luvi-iorntori fci
Q (Hi'imiti.-, iirr.in.iiii'*-Shi. Bout
*****- tn nuy rulilri'RH mirnri'ly cuvoreil
_ iVoiiiobni-rvnllmi. tfc-miiinlWonlc-
mm IK'HH il]|it Vrosliit'ii'tboii ilnilii vi«
■rf tnllty from tbo body nml cniii">
*-{■- liiiinui'oiiH iHsi'iif-iis tlint iniilli-
_X_\ onllntiry mi-tllc-il treutaiout, If
'allowed lo continue,iho uninitii-
rnl loan uflccla llio vltnl iire-ine,
which i'hiim'h (lumroyiiiK ilinnnu-a,
ConBUiiiptluii, niiibi-li-ri, lti-i'-lit-fi HI-wiri-, ,1111111-
■llco,Jiiiifiitlty,ctc. llx'-i's-tot, Niin-u*---, Abuse, lii-
livrlti'il Wi'iiKiii'.t.', Mulmitl'lvioii', P-iinnl nml Crlc-
liinl Cuiii|-liint*- brill-; on tlir hIidvc I'-l'il illj.riiw.i.
Debility nml t'i'iiiliinl *yVpiifcni'i<a obstruct tliolm-
-inrt'iut nml iii'iT.-wiiy nils nl llio mul tlmlf enjoy.
tnontn. Cureadmuiiiiico, ]"lscisai*s oi tliudotil. .
to-Urinnry Orjuniis, Jtlilnoy, Livor nml nimlilorn
siici-iiilty. Tlio iiimiy cuiii'dnliita unit illarnnos ol
wnuu'ii ii]n-wiily i-iircitj niiiNiiltnlloli nt olllcoorby
letter, 1'iee nml confldi'iilliil. ltefimimlblo pnrllcs
c:iii nrnitmo pnyuiont-i In llio aiinie miiuiier ua thoy
wmibl employ llii-lr fiimlly phyilclmi. Strlctcgt
uecn-cy iiimiitiilneil.
UXB   IlOTTLia   FUKS.
ItcgubirSlxoltntllo of oltiior Iuvlgorntor Scut
Froo to dtiow tbo wnmlerftil  u ropor I led of tho
Ur-iiIcs! Invlpinilor Known to Mo-turn 8iti-iill*t«.
BtiitoHyiiipliiui'i, iiko, If uiiirrleil, kc.
Cull or inMiiM Hit. himilO k CO., No. 400
(lonry Street, ciruer Mnnm, Pnu I'lunch-co, Cnl.
I'rlvnto ontrnnco, -106 Miu-nu Street,
QlTAMI'lEI) ami Ih-gposfliuu:.— 1)H. UKI1H1 A
CO. Orj-mil/eil In i-nin-ilimicn wlthCnlifonilil law,
1)i|iloiiiu prreur-'il by rcj-iilm- eollo-,'0 cilucnttun.
1" yeiirsdjnrinl pniclleo, nml ilulv lleeimeil Itmc-
curtliiiice with Ciiltl'ornln Meilk-nl Lnw,   .    ilu'J
NOTICE IS HKltEBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to mako application to tho
Chief Commissioner of Luuils and Works
for permission to purchase 1(10 nores of
land at Port Llinpeon, ilescrihoil an follows: SW i section 32, township I,
range Bj IHOncios.     J. C. HAYNES.
Por 0. PrrrKNmtiGH, Att'y.
Now Westminster, July 7,1883. [U-ilm

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