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Covoranioi,- g«u„
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Every Wednesday & Saturday-.
— BV —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFIM, COLUMBIA STREET. ESTSAKOE TO EDI-
tmmi aso Business Department throw T. R.
Peasson & CDs. Book & Stationery Store.
TKHJIS..I1)- Mnll, »a«y«nri 81 SO fer Sine,, i
$1 for 8 mos. i payable In Advance, Dolkera)
tty Carrier or Agent, SI jmr qimrter, Jiayaele
quarterly lo Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T, H. HlBBEN & 00. VIOTORIA;
Wm. Harrison Yale.
t. P. FISHER AilfortlKlmt Agenl. 31 Merelinnt'e
Kxclemiie, San Cmnel.co, iRautllori.'ei] to receive
ArivorllsoinentB for thi, paner.
TUIO   DADCD   may tie roiiml on file at
I mo rArCn ««». p. ii»w..ii ■ is,,.;
Newepaper Advertising lllironii (Nl S|iruce St.),
where nilvorllBlnir contract, mny be tunilu for it in
.NEW V01IK.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 23
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1883.
NUMBER 42
liu fviiish Qfolwmbiitn.
Haturilay Mornlns-  Muy 'JO, IHJtt.
Shuswap-Okanagan canal.
From n return lately made to the
House of OommoiiP we loarn pavfcic-
uluiu of thin proposed work. Mr,
L B. Huintiu, C. E., whs entrusted
hist year with the tusk of examining ihe route of the citiiul,' umTmnk-
ing nu estimate of its approximate
cost. This he did in the full, nnd
liis report seems to indicate tlmt the
work, though quite feasible, will
oost a considerable sum of money.
The initial point of the survey wns
established on the south side of the
Spallumoheen River, nt Lambley's
Landing. Thence the survey proceeded through Okanogan Lake, a
distance of a little over 19 miles,
Jn the route, no obstacles of a very
wriQUfi llfltnre wore found, The
valley consists of n meadow and
marsh lands throughout, covered
with « luxuriant growth of wild
grass from which n very good quality
of hay could be made. The edges
were bordered with pine and cqtton-
wood trees. Mr. Hamlin found the
elevation of Spi|IIumcheeii River
nearly 20J feet higher than Okan-
ngnn Lake, and the watershed he
fqu,nd to he nearly midway between
tlie terminal points of the proposed
canal. Okunngau Lake-is described
us a magnificent .sheet of water with
a level, sandy shore, and a hard,
sandy bottom. About the edges it
is quite shallow, but the report does
not give the greatest average dispute. About the Iuke there is wild
jjraas gp-qwtqg to the .-eight of 12
feetj Borings showed no indications
of rock, and the soil throughout is
clay, and would be suitable for canal construction. Mr. Hamlin states
that the construction of a canal
through this region would he quito
feasible, and he estimates that n ca-
l*ul wjth n surface width of 5Q feet,
and giving S feot of water, would
oost nbout 827,000 per mile. Tho
length of tho canal proper would be
between 17 and 18 miles. Taking
it at 17h, the whole cost would hu
about $472,500. The draining of
the marsh by this canal would ro
claim nn extensive tract of land, the
soil of which is alluvial and very
rich. Tbo report concludes as follows : '- The importance of this canal scheme cannot bo over-estinmt
ed. It would establish an unbroken
navigable water stretch of over 240
miles, opening up a rich agricultural
country, which is unsurpassed in
British Columbia for its fertility,
find which, in pinny sections, has it
sufficient rainfall to'enable farmers
to produce crops without irrigation.
Tlie nouolous of a thriving settle
ment is already formed, most of the
prairie land having been taken up
and occupied. Several fine farms
are cultivated on a large scale with
all the modern appliances, particularly tha"; of Mr. Lmnby, which is
• equal to anything of the kind iu the
Dominion of Canada. The grain
crops of this year wero magnificent,
both us regards yields and samples,
the estimated average of grain to the
acre reaching to the large amount
of thirty-five bushes, nnd tliis I am
jnforiiied js considerably below the
usual average. Winter wheat has
been tried and proved » great success. Messrs. O'Kcofo and Oronow,
who reside at Okanogan Lake, have
a large stock of cattle. Thoy harvest
a large quantity of wild hay in tho
meadows and marshes of the valley,
ivhicji ftnswers foy winter fodder.
The geuernl character of tlie country
la rolling and lightly timbered, witli
the exception of the prairies. The
soil eonsists of rich clay." We earnestly hope the Dominion Government may be persuaded to undertake
this vory important work. It would
undoubtedly result iu vory great
benefit to the whole country.
tUrw.^-^JUJJ(.'-I^BL..lI,'
TlioiiKiH it Was Whisky,
When tho Indians nour Capo Mudgu
saw the ntoouiur Grupplor in Humes,
they speedily launched their canoes
nud put oil' to tho burning vessel with
tho object uf plunder. As already
known, thoy succeeded in brooking
upon tho strong box and obtaining a
ilar^u sum in silver. An occupant ef
one of thu canoes, while puddling
around, noticed a bottlo floating iu the
water. Tho savage's eyos -.'listened,
Qvidontlv thinking he hud found a
(.rfce.   Without saying a word to his
comrades he appronchod the bottlo and
picked it up, an exultant grin spreading over his faco. The bottle contained muriatic acid, nnd in lifting it
into thu canoe the noble red man unfortunately spilled the contents over
his legs. With n yell like a Com-
manche war-whoop poor Lo leaped to
his feet, nnd frightened the life out of
his comrades. Uttering another yell
more fiendish nnd blood-curdling than
tho first he sprang clear out of tho
canoe, and "took a header down below." Whon lio had bobbed up serenely his bewildered companions
grabbed htm by the scalp-lock and
lifted him into the canoo, whon it wns
found that the acid had burned the
flesh on both logs into tho bono. Tlie
Indians still imagine the bottlo contained liquor, and are puzzled to know
what caused the burn. Aa for tho vie*
tim, ho swears bo will nevor touch anothor bottlo, and promises to join tho
Blue Ribbons when he next visits 'Victoria, —Victoria Post.
SMtrg.
[For the Columbian.]
PEACE.
Oh! weary human soul that in this world
Of tears and sorrow toiloth day by
day,
Striving for pence, yot ever backward
hurled
Hy pain nnd passion from the wished-
for way
.Clint leads to rest.
E'en whilo I muse, a bitter sigh goes up
From multitudes of hearts that heave
in pain,
"Oh! whon shall we have drunk tho hitter cup,
Oh! when shall wo at last to peace
attain ?
Then wore we blest."
Ho! — come to mc all ye that toll on
earth,
All ye that weep ond mourn with bitter tears,
Ye that have nevor laughed iu joyful
mirth,
For I cau tell how, iu thu (lying years,
Your toils shall ccaso.
Green grows the grass, fair the flowers
wave,
Calm (jhiiics the sun upon a silent land,
For nll is rest indeed within the grave:
Sorrow ami toil aro not; pain censes,
and
Iu death is peace.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hold, New Westminster,
my i o-tc.
J. A.K.
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
MiilkltUe-s Boy.
Mrs. Mulkittlo started on a visit to
friends living in the suburbs of the
city, tho other day, and might have
spent a pleasant afternoon, but for an
idle remark of tbo youngster which
threw tbo expedition into an immediate change of programme They
boarded a street-car, and were traveling along peaceably, not to say slowly,
when tho boy, who, in strict keeping
of a promise not to ask foolish questions, had conquered evory desire to
harvest information, said;
('Ma, is a stroot-car as hard to pull
as a wagon ?"
"No, I think not."
"Why ain't it?"
"Because  the   stroot-car  runs on
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps aiul Drawing Papor Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street. Victorin, B. €.
J. E. CLEVELAND,
Builder and Contractor I
CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
New Westminster,  B. C
JOBBINC PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AH1>—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY  -'ESORiraON,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortmcnt; from §2"» to $00,
—AT—
BAGNALL Sh CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
fiOVKRKMKNT STKKKT,  VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PlA.NOFOHTK &OROAN TUNEK& RBl'AIRBB
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THE--
CASH TAILOR'S.
"W„ ELL-SON"
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster.
Broadcloths and fine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Suit.
-JUST-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Boot Slioers,
French Burr Stone Chop'
ping Mills,
Fanning Hills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, ftc, &c.
BUMS& COT,
VICTORIA, B.
AOENTS   FOU
c,
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET, ■ VI0T0BU.
-eYG-HITTS   lETOI.
Nortii British ami mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
ad Finsbnry Circus,
London, E. C.
it?"
Ami ii wagon runs on dirt, don't
"Yos."
"Is a mulo streot-oar hardor to pull
than a horso stroot-onr'/"
"I don't know."
('Do inulosjiavo pistols!"
"No."'
"Horsos havo, haven't they I"
"I don't know."
"Well, what's a horse pistol, then I"
"If you don't hush, I'll put you off
the car."
"Thon I'd got lost. Would you
care V
"Of course I'd caro,"
"Then why do you want to put mo
off,"
A fat man, who, with a red nose and
puffy faco'sat opposite tho boy, looked
up from :i newspaper and bestowed an
annoyed glance on tho merciless questioner.
"He don't know uio; does he ma 1"
"Hush, Willie."
"Mister, can you road whon the oar
jolts?"
The man grunted and resumed his
reading.
"If you wanted 'o road and the car
joltod so you couldn't read, you'd get
off, wouldn't you ?"
Tlio man grunted again, and Mrs,
Mulkittlo brushed her sen's foot from
tlio seat, and, declared thot she would
toll his father.
"Anybody ean road when tho car
jolts if they ain't on the car, can't
thoy 1"
"Never mind, sir; I'll toll your father."
"Ma, that man's face is rod like littlo brother's was, ain't it)"
"Hush-sh-sh I"
"Mister, doos your nose hurt ?"
The man glarod at the boy and
roughly asked:
"What's the matter with you ?"
"Hush, Willio, or I'll slap you," ox-
claimed Mrs. Mulkittlo in an agony of
humiliation.
"Ain't nothing the matter with mo.
What's the matter witliyou?  Did tho
cat scratch your faco ?"
"Tho oat ought to have your tonguo,"
replied the man.
"Thon I couldn't talk, could I ?"
"It is to bo hoped that you could
not."
"Have you beon looking at tho
sun ?"
The man grunted, and Mra' Mulkittlo jorked the boy and mado a feint
of boxing his oars,
"Well, what makes his eyes so red,
thon ?   Do yonr eyes, luijt, roister!"
"{Mum, aaid tlie man, arising and
violently pulling tho strap, "I dislike
to be rude, for I appreciate your position, but if that boy waH mine, hanged
if I wouldn't oruoify him."
"Mu, what's oruoify?" askod the
boy, when the man had gone.
"If you ask mo another question,
you naughty boy, I'll whip you till you
can't sit still."
"I can walk, can't I'/" Mm. Mulkittlo turned away, pretending not to
hoar him. "If 1 couldn't sit still, I
could twist liim around."—jMrtiiNniv
Traveler.
At London publio dinners it has
ooased to ba in ordor to rise to any
toast oxoopt that of the Queen.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—ANDr^
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opii.OoIimlnlllotol)
N KW   W-iSTMlK'ST-BB.
Or Several good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. nolO
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the now Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast., New Westminster,
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared *to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
Iu all its branches. Tlio undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel,
J. O. BUNTE,
Late Manager Selil's Branch Furniture
Store. auBte
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Hills,   Grist Hills,
Shingle Hills,   Champion Engines, Saw Hill Machinery,
fa., fa.
A, Harris, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Ilrantford Mowers and Reapers,
Osborne Howers, Brantford and
Osborne Cord Binders.
Iuuuwuujujihiiiji
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Sulky  Rake,   Spring
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantford drain
Drill, fa., &c.
isr Machines always on hand. Repairs
kept. de!3
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERALAGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent ror the TKAVBUKHB' MFK
and ACCIDENT INS-IRANCE CO.,
Hartford, Conn,
OFFICE: - Columbia Street.,
Westminster.
New
deO
Every Man to his own Business
Jl..   FEE LB,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OIM\ COLONIAL 1IOTM.1,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specially,
N,  B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' oxpci'onco.    ini-2.1
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, fl. C
HAW   !'II.IX«,    Kill--   NTIIM',     lOCK-
f-IIITM,  < I ill KIM   <'lt«l Ml,
m ins oils su tin-i:\.:i>,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Salo,
I'niiiiTiliiH .iiciiit-'il, iiiul Oiin-.il HrtHilr*
III II Ill-lit l,v done.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required hy a Sportsman, Kifi.es, Shot
Guns, Rkvom-Bbs, and Fishing Tackle
for Bale. d24y
(PtMQy
SAWS -
w
' KIND*%-/
' MACV^V,
— A.X.BO--
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, «c.j &c, &o.
OPENED   A   NEW
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUS1
Storo at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will bo found a fall stock ot
Dry Goods, Groceries, and fieri'
era! Merchandise,
Which will bo sold at Now Westminster
Prices.
UT Noxt Door to Caledonia Hotol.
 (aplStc)
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Kearly Opposite tlio Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, ninl Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. CEO. TURNER.
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
SEAL B8TATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
(Oil llllll   8TRKET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   1). C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE 1MPROV-
ed and unimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQVI.
'    MISSION,
BURIUBD8 INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT PORT MOODY FOR SALE.
i.uii sniimivi;   i miln lv   imi
I'llOIIITI.I iniaiikii to,
litis.:, tii mu. •« .mon hh■ Kill.
AOKSTS FOll TIIK
Phrnlx Fire liiMiranrr.'«. nf HrflnklyM,
tlie Eqtiltnlllp Lire As.liranef Moelrlv
of .tie llnlloil Sliile., nml
'lliuMlnil. 'lelleall.MVs. Tilrllleil Nliiue
Mower nml I'lilnmev Pipe., «jnr«lrii
Vrt.ee, .le.
WOODS k TURNER.
New Westminster, 11. C,
April 2,1883. ap4
FARMERS'ft MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OP
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
Ready-Made Clothing!
AND A GENERAL LINE OP
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
(ST Storage   nnd    Forwarding
done nt reasonable rates.
REID ft HUDSON,
Jyl2-6m
ROYAL OITY
I
-CIKITBD
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF—
Rough & Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And nil kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order witli tlie
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A  SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
JOHN HENDRY,
Manages.
im §>ak or Id $ent.
rz
Bargain for Cash!
TWO OK TOREK HOUSES ft LOTS
in good repair.   Apply at D. S.
CURTIS ft Ca'SDragf-tok      npi»
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEAr.EKS IN
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C, ttC.
House Furnishing Goods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment uonstfliitlv on hand, at
tho LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED OK THE PREMISES.
All kind* or Wt-tcroplpe Work, nt rru-
unable rntw, by a competent Work*
nmat *n1lNfhrtl<»n pHHrimloril.
tsr Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIOUIKOOKN STOXK Rl ILIUM;,
New WeMinlnntor.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Kre-Proof Hotel;
in tiie City,
THE CDUVJIir DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDBESIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to annonnoe to the Publio that ho
hu jmroliMCi*. the above Hotel, whsr*
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apart.
ments are under tho superintendence
of Mbs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms lor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
woll supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
*HB   BAB
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cioars, &c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
PllOPRIETOR.
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO
W. E.  LEWIS,
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build*
tags, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. Forpartiou*
lare apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, kc.
New fl-estmini'
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., noxt the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
Tho situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
Into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain,for
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
. ao2Hq x        W. J. FRENCH.
FOR SALE:
SUBDIVISIONS OP LOTS 1 AND %
suburban block 6, New Westminster, fronting on Clinton street! a first-
class investment.   Apply to
WOODS & TURNER. '
May 3d, 1883. [myS-lm.
GO TO THE
ROBERT MB
cfeCO.
VICTORIA,  B. C,
SBIPPIXO
insuranoiPagents.
EXECUTE INDENTS FOR 1'RIN-
cipal Exports and Imports.
OFFER CHARTERS to Vessols Seek-
lug.
LIBERAL   ADVANCES   made   on
Consignments.
Agents for tho Celebrated Brands of
FIIASBII liim ftNNED 8.UM0X,
viz.,
EWEN k CO., "LION."
B. HAIGH k SONS, "STAR * TRI-
"ANGLE."
SOU AGENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
CURTISS k HARVEY'S Sporting nnd
Blasting POWDER.
JOSEPH KIRKMAN k SON'S  Prize
Medal PIANOS.
JULES ROBIN ft CO.'S BRANDY,
IMrOKTKRS   OK
GIANT POWDER,  CAPS ft FUSE,
WINES,   LIQUORS,   HAVANA CIGARS, *o.
OtNFRAl AOENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
ROYAL INSURANCE  OOMPANY (FIR6 JL
LONDON ANO LANOASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE OOMPANY.
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANOE OOMPANY.
UNION MARINE INSURANCE OOMPANY.
Risks accepted and Losses promptly
paid,
Represented in Loudon by McBsrs. H,
.1. (1ARDNER ft CO., 00 Queen Viotoria
Street, E. C,
4 Commercial Row, Wharf St.,
Victoria, B.C., 16th March, 1883,
(mh21)
SAN
FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
description mode to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
MLJkxrm   BOOT,
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OrrosiTK the Bank,
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Bboad St. and 10 Pall Mall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOE INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Morehiui-
disc, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port. Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods ou board such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
MOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BV FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and overy information can ba obtained on application to
w.
J. ARMSTBONfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Becoipts, to he had nt T. R.
Pearsos ft Co.'s, New Westminster,
apl" JOHN IRVING, Manager.
AYRSHIRE BULLS j
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
sale on reasonable terms a fow half,
bred Ayrahiro yearling Bulls, sired by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
DtrrrBBiw,
The dams being ohoico  dairy cows.
A. S, VEDDER,
HI Somas.
Granville Hotel.
GRANVILLE,
BUREAKD      INLET
Newly Built nnd jrewly Furnished,
large and Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST MOTELS ON TNE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, tho future terminus
of   tho   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
mro. or  boons  fob  naiuia.
«*r Visitors and Tourists will Hnd it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will bo found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the promises.
JOSEPH MANNION,
Proprietor.
Colonial Hotel
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished and otherwiao
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the pleasure to announce that it ts now
em je" «33 iw
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect the best,
as it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
(RESTAURANT
Department is under the very hest management both as regards cuisine and
attendance, and parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
witli special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wink-* and
Liquors, and the best brands of Chubs
■vill always be bept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Ib spacious and well appointed, and provided with Strahlk's Patent CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
3" Good  attendance
charges,
and   moderate
E. INSLEY,
TRoraiETOK k Mahaokr.
Doceiubor 1, 1883.
doll
THE   STEAMER
A. A. lltNJAKIV, H(HTIR,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Every Wednesday, at I a......
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
FORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for nil points on the Sound.
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
evory Monday, at 7 a. m., arriving hero
on Tuesday afternoon.
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply
J, A, R, HOMER, Agent,
apUto N5»W«st.
FOR ^ALE.
Thoroughbred Bull
THE THOROUGH-BRED BULL
"Ge». Waikem," hred by Turgis
k Co., and having a registered Pedigree,
is offered for sale, or would bo exchanged
for another bull. He is a fine animal,
without blemish, and fivo years of age.
Apply to INNES BROS.,
aplo-to Langley, B. C.
DAIRY FAEM FOR SALE.
COMPRISING 450 ACRES.
I .TO acres high timber land; soil
good. MOO acres prairie. 60 acres under
fence. House and all ueoessary outbuildings for carrying on a first-class
dairy farm. Orchard of 200 bearing
trees. Terms easy. A first-class investment.   Apply to
WOODS k TURNER.
New West., Mny Uth.        'inyl2.1m
FORJ3ALE.
LOT  2,   BLOCK  IX.
"    1,    "       xxn.
"   io,    "      xxvm.,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT 4, BLOCK I.
" 8 4k 9, <• m.
" 4, " V.
" 3, " X.
" 18, 19, 4 20, BLOCK XIH.,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
Now Westminster,
or to ALLSOP b MASON,
au30tc Victoria.
Dairy Farm forSalel
MR. C. CHADSEY, OP SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of foiling health, offers for salo
on reasonable terms his splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 530 aores of
irairie land, of whioh 150 aores are un
ler fence. There it a good dwelling
house on the place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of ohoico fruit; and in
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
large and profitable business in dairy produce. Dairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if desired. For terms apply to the owner on
the place, personally or by letter.
Sumas, April 0,1883. aplltc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Viotoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock In trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on tho above. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. All Borts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch,
Ollice of Harbor nailer aad Port War*
iim. felO
STEW   GOODS!
—AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JC8T ABIUVED, A GOOD 8KLKC
tion of DEY GOODS, comprising:—
Uees. KKilions, Frank tltwors, Corsets,
Indies' nnd Ileal.' He.e, Callus, Ties,
nnd HnnilltereMeti, Print, and ansa
Hoods, Cretonnes, flannels, aklitlnfs,
Sneetlapi, Table linen, km Holland.,
(ellroe., akawls, WanKels, 4e., (an-
er-i Terebene Soma, Honey and Alaaand
uljrerlnr, Calvert's (arbvllr, Brawn
WlntlMor, Pcrfnmrry, etc.
..lao-llardwaK, Taaln tow rituals,
saeli rnstenera, Screws, Nail,, ate*
Agent tor Harper Twelrelr«-a Waak.
Inn, WHaglni, and MaanlHf L__—
leT prize London, Paris and Vienna Exnl-
iltlons. Will wash for family of a In 9
loura; no Ironing). mnll
NOTICE.
AN IMPRBSSIOV HAVING GONE
abroad that I have disposed ol an
property at Fort Haney, I hereby abate
that suoh is not tha case.
THOMAS oufflar,
«u30to PortHtae|,Br**i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Board of Trade T. J. Trapp
Tailoring Emporium Walsh
, Betairt., G. Pittendrigli
£        Irobg Balsam Allen b
lhe JtHtish fllolumbiim.
Mtnrday Homing, May 36, lssl.
The latest news from Ottawa is to
tbe effect that no legislation will bo
taken this session in connection with
the island railway. It is understood
that the dock will bo taken ovor,
however, and the railway lands
opened for settlement at onco.
The Standard continues to worry
out ita pure lifo over the Port Simp-
..son land grab. If our cotomporary
haa 1)0 evidence to produce iu support-of Ms suspicions, beyond that
which oanie ontTiefore the investigating committee, we nJvise hiin to
calm his fears and talk senso. If ho
has other ovideuce, wc hope lie will
produce it. There is a possibility of
men acting honestly by mistake
sometimes, oven if they don't swear
by the Standard's crowd.
People who hnve the misfortune
to live east of tho Kocky Mountains
are to be pitied. Scarcely a month
passes during which one or more
cyclones do not devastate that unfortunate region. The loss of life
and property which results from
these disasters is frightful, and no
one can be sure how soon he may he
overtaken by the whirlwind or the
hailstorm. On the Pacific const we
know nothing of theso things.
I Storms are of rare occurrence; cyclones and mad dogs wo nevor have.
Neither do we suft'or from the
ravages of potato bugs, locusts, or
any of those insect plagues whicli so
severely try the patience of the eastern farmer. In climate, nnd in all
respects, thia is a highly-favored region.    	
The Steam Ferry.
Having failed to receivo u feasible
tender for the establishment of a
steam ferry across the Fraser lliver
at this city, the government have
placed the whole matter in the hands
of the municipalities chiefly interested. We hope this matter will not
be lost sight of. The feeling iu favor
of a ferry was manifested very
unanimously about a year ago both
in this oity and in the municipalities
lying beyond the river. Petitions
were circulated and largely signed,
and resolutions in favor of the
scheme passed the various municipal
councils. The need of a ferry is not
now lesa than it was then. Indeed,
it is much greater. At tbe present
timo tho farmers aro busily engaged
with agricultural matters and have
very little to bring to the market.
For these reasons thoy do not feel
disposed to troublo themselves about
the ferry. But tho time will soon
come when tlie absence of a
ferry will be seriously felt by those
same farmers, and no ferry will bo
available. In any event some months
will be necessary in which to provide
tliB required machinery. A ferry
boat must bo built, and wharf arrangements must be made. The
wharf at Brownville is not suitable
for loading cattle, and on this side
a wharf will have to bo built or arrangements made for the use of somo
existing wharf. Before these things
are done, the fall will bo upon us,
and traffic across the rivor will bo
hampered by the same risks nnd inconveniences which have hitherto
prevailed. We have said that a ferry
is now more needed than ovor. Tho
settlomonts along the rivor nro developing. Now forms are being
brought under cultivation, and old
ones are being improved nnd enlarged. Tho area under cultivation this
season is considerably larger than it
was last, and the quantity of stuff
seeking a market will bo correspond,
ingly increased. This is the central
market for the people in tho muni.
oipalities lying across tho river, ond
to reach it there mnst bo a ferry.
It is directly in tho interest of theso
municipalities that nn efficient ferry
should be established without delay,
so that access to the market may bo
easy. These niunicipalitca should
therefore loso no timo in taking stops
towards tho accomplishment of this
very desirable object. The government have passed an act enabling
the municipalities themselves to doal
with tho question. Thoy havo also
appropriated tho sum of $1000 as a
cash bonus towards the ferry. The
oity counoil will, wo believe, provide
tbo necessary wharf accommodation
at this side of the river, either by
the erection of a new wharf or securing freo wharfage for all farm produce coming to tho city. The coun
oils of the several municipalities
ahould at once take tho scheme into
consideration and act unitedly and
energetically. If proper steps woro
taken, it seems to ua thoro should be
no difficulty in securing a person to
establish and operate a ferry, The
"ao( that th* landa in the railway
*»H »r» to be thrown open at onco
for settlement, nnd tlint the settlements already existing aro rapidly
developing, nml the 81000 bonus,
should bo n sufficient guarantee of
profits. Wo hope this matter will
receive the early and serious attention of the municipalities interested.
News by Telegraph.
OREAM OF THE DESPATCHES.
London, May 10.—Tho weather hero
is very bad. Cold and cheerless rains
prevail, with a heavy fall of snow
throughout northern England. A terrific snow storm line vie'tcd Galloway,
nml the snow lies over two feet deep.
HAVANA, Mny 10. — Advices from
Hayti nre conflicting. The true situation appears to ho tliat Mivngoanc is defended hy nhout 700 rebels, nnd holds
out against 11,000 Government troops,
while the rest of the republic is comparatively quiet, although there is a minor
that the town of Santa .Mario is iu nnns
in favor of Gen. Piquant. Six hundred
fugitive inhabitants of Mlrngoano reached
Port-au-Princo on a Norwegian barque.
They state thnt tho rebels blew up tho
bridge at Miragonno witli dynamite, killing two hundred nnd wounding a like
number. A boat with four men, which
ran the blockade, has arrived nt Kingston, carrying letters to Gen. Bezel's, as.
miring him that the force in Miragnanc
can resist a siege of four months.
London, Mny HI.—The excitement in
Ireland over the Pope's circular to tho
clergy is unabated, and finds expression
in all quarter,.
Rome, May 10.—The Pope, hearing of
tho meetings at Dublin, iu whioh his
recent action wns condemned, sent for
Cardinals Jacohini and Simeon and insisted that this letter to the Irish clergy
he strictly obeyed.
London, May 20.—A box with n fuse
attached wns discovered on the steps of
the Peterborough cathedral to-day.
\Yhcn examined at tlio police station it
was found to contain four bottles filled
with various colored liquids, together
with many wires nnd springs. On tho
lid of tho box was a representation of a
skull and cross-bones, with tlie words:
"Beware of tlie invinciblos' army." The
box wns marked: "Department brand:
office, 57 Broadway street, New York."
On a slip of paper inside tlio box were
tho words: "Conscience makes cowards
of all men." Although the affair is considered n hoax, worshippers nt tlie cathedral were much alarmed.
Board of Trade.
THE QUA.UTEHLY AUJOUKNKD
meeting oF the Now Westminster
Boiml of Trade will he held at S p. m. on
Wednesday, 30th Inst., at tho Council
chambers. T, J. TRAPP,
my-SQ-i'fc] Hon. Sec'y
m limn.
mHE ABOVE REWAUD WILL BE
X paid to any person giving information that shall lead to the apprehension
and conviction of the party or parties
who fired off tho gun at thu Battery on
the night of the 23rd inst.
G. HTTENDRIGH, < *aptain,
Commanding Seymour Artillery.
New Westminster. 25th May, 18S3.   [Im
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST FASIHOXABLE IN THB CITY.
Opposite tlie Bank, Columh'a street,
New Westminster, B. C.      [my2G-tc.
▼lili Kngraf log rt-prtienu .'*■■ Lunp it, * msmuj »u«j
STKIOTX.1T PXTXtS
HARMLESS TO THE MOST DELICATE.
In Consumptive Cases
It approaches so near a Bpecific that
"Ninety-five" per cent, are permanently
cured where the directions arc strictly
complied with.
Thero is no chemiciil or other ingredients to harm the young or old.
as an expectorant it has no equau
It Contacts no Opium in
any i'oiim.
SOLD BY ALL PRUflCLSTS.
PERRY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE,
Sole Agents,
my20-lm
A RARE CHANCE
 For Dairymen to	
IMPROVE THEIR STOCK.
Tiiisrsivcrx-xa:
WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
Steady  employment ami good wages
Kiinrtuitood,
iny28-te.] E. M. BCpULLAH A CO.
DRs7w|cTmNES & WMERS.
Oflico, Columbia SI., opp. Uio l-osioillce.
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
NOTICE.
MR. JAMES W. HARVEY, MAN-
ager for James Ellard &Co., leave*
for England on June 1st. It is absolute
ly essential that all accounts duo James
Ellard k Co. he paid not later than June
30th. JAMES ELLARD & CO.
New Westminster, B.C., May 22,1883.
my23-td.
NOTICE.
DURINO MY TEMPORARY AB-
senee from the province, Mr, Chas.
E. Woods will hold my power of attorney, and will act us Manager of the business of James Ellard k Cc Mr. Woods
is authorized to receive moneys and sign
cheilites and receipts in the name of tlio
snid firm.       JAMES W. HARVEY,
New Westminster, B.C., May 22,1883,
my23-tc.
Are You Insured ?
Th** undersigned oilers for  aalc   his
largo and well-bred Bull
"UNCLE   SAM, "
Imported from tho hest dairy stock iu
California. M. NICHOLSON,
inylD-2m.] Riverside.
W. R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hyoolt Hall.
Evory description of work In
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carringoa or Wngon Harness, Leather,
Horso-Clothing otc. «27The best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate,
A trial solicited. [myUMc.
If not, insure in the
(iflllfl
raiPB.
LOW RATES,
LARGE BONUSES,
SAEE INVESTMENT.
[From tlie Gloljc, May lst, 1883.1
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
Directors of the Confederation Life
Insurance Company is a moro than usually interesting document of the kind.
It shows 1,513 new policies for 1S82, assuring r?'J,510,3S7. Tho total number of
policies is now0,357, assuring■?!),,K)!),24G.
Notwithstanding the large sum paid out
in cash profits to policy-holders, the financial statement snows a. handsome increase in the cash assets. Thore were
during tho year 84 deaths, involving tho
sum of §51,(150. The results of thoquin-
c-ucnnial allotment of profits have given
unalloyed satisfaction to the policy-holders, and the valuation of the Company's
liabilities has been done independently
by Mr. Carpmacl, their regular actuary;
by Mr. Chcrriman, Dominion Inspector
of Insur-inee; and hy Mr. Homaiis, a
New York actuary. The net valuations
by these three authorities are !j73'J,*_,30,
*?7'27.2.)7, nud .?700,2.V_' respectively—au
exhibit well calculated to show tho
fouiidatioaless nature of the attacks
made upon the Company.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C,
Sole Agents for British Columaia.
my23-tc.
[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OFBR1TISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of Cod, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Quekn, Defender
of tho Faith, kc, kc, kc
To Onr faithful the Members elected to
serve iu the Legislative Assembly of
Our said Province, and to all
whom   it  may  concern.—
GltKETINfl.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alkx. E. B. Davik,\"\TTHERKAS,
Attorney-General. J VV We have
thought fit, hy and with the advice of Our
Executive Council of Our said Province
of British Columbia, to prorogue the Legislative Assembly of Our said Provinco
until the Twelfth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three.
Now know ye that AVc do, for that
end, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby prorogue the Legislative Assembly accordingly, until the
TWELFTH DAY OF JUL^.one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three;
hereby convoking, and hy these presents
enjoining you, and each of you, that on
Thursday, the Twelfth day of July next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the said Province, at Our
City of Victorin, and therein do as may
seem necessary.   Herein fail not.
Iu  Testimony   Whereof,   Wo   havo
caused these Our Letters to he made
Patent, and the Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto ailixcd:    Witness,   the   Honourable CLEMENT l'\
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor  of
Our said Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Onr said Province, this Twelfth day of May, iu the
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-three, aud in the
forty-sixth year of Our Reign.
By Commnnd.
* JOHN ROBSON,
my2!l-td] Provincial Soorotary.
MUNICIPALITY of SURREY
mKTOTxamE:.
mHK ASSESSMENT ROLL OF THE
_L Municipality of Surrey, for the year
1883, is uow open for inspection at tho
office of the Assessor, Clover Valley, A
Court of Revision will bo held at tho
Town Hall on Friday, Juno 15th, at I
o'clock p. in., to hear and determine all
appeals against said assessment.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Assessor.
Surrey, May 14th, 1883.       [mylO-lm
REMOVAL!
jr. xi. -cord
Hon removed iu« FinmiTunE hooms
lollicim'inlsi'Hon Cilumhlii ntei-el, Intcly
(iccuplctl by Sir. H. V. Edmonds.
FURNITURE,
PICTURE FRAMES,
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Fimillueo mndo to ordor on Iho prom
Inch, Heimfrlng promptly nnd nontly
dono   A Irlfll solicited. M
myfrlm* J. E. LOIID.
BOARD WANTED.
A RESPECTABLE  YOUNG   MAN
wants board and lodging in a private
family.   Address 9., Columiitan office,
my 19-1 n i.
GIRL WANTED
mO DO HOUSEWORK IN A SMALL
_L   family.
Apply to       MRS. HUNTER,
olO Agues Street.
WANTED:
A CHEESE-MAKER.
Apply to A. C. WELLS,
mylQ.lin Cliilliwlinck.
imiTlbil I'llM'JIKM
MARKET
YALE, PORT MOODY AND NEII
WESTMINSTER.
Tlio licet i|ii(ility of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will he kept constantly on hand.
All hills presented on the Ist of each
month, and must he paid by 10th.
myHUc] HAVENS & CO.
lew Spring Goods!
B
MRS.    STRANG
EGS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS
that site 1ms received lior stoek o[
FANCY    GOODS!
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
READYMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest iu tlio City.
SW Next Door to City Drug Store.   apl8
DB. GRANT,
Queen St., - Port Moody
 DBALElt I>"	
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes* &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in the above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply tho
peoplo at the Terminus City and clso
where with everything generally found
in a first-class store. All goods sold at
tho lowest cash prices.
I'tUilptligOutfltH of nil liillll.1.
apUte D. B. GRANT.
11. H. OUTITJS.
S. C1.A11K, M. II.
Md Hall
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DIRECT IMPORTERS
And wholesale and retail dealers in
Drugs& Chemicals,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE  STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Goods, etc.
Oils of Every Description,
Sole Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
myiUc.
STOVES,
1TNWARE.ETC.ETC
Urass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pipe
anil Pipe   Fittings iu Endless
Variety.    All kindB of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done in neatest style and most thorough
manner.
Home Furnishing Hoods
Of every description on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLIFS
And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLAR&.CO
Wholesale dealers k Mnmifncturors,
Columbia   Street,   New  Westminster.
mylD-tc.
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
IILLMJiE'S
The Stock
Is as well assorted as any on the
Mainland, comprising:
Hats & -BtMuiets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible, Fringed
and lace ribbons, plaid & all shades
Piece Goods.
0 T T OMAN S,    SUKA H S,
satins, silks, saisuets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade nnd plain.
Mack and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich featliers
and tips, a handsome assortment.
Flowers, Frii lings
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, gloves, hosiery, corsets, dress
trimmings, etc., etc., etc., etc.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK.
myI6-tc.
Front street,
New   Westminster, B. C.
 Dealer in	
GES'EBAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
HOOTS AND SHOES,
II A T SAN D  C A 1' S,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-to
New Goods
New Goods
WNI. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
iD^srsr <3-oo:ds,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand,
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
Next door to Colonial Holel.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and
Glassware.   A large and well
selected stock of
DRESS GOODS,
In the newest materials.
Prints. Sheetings,
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
line of
Bents' Furnishing Hoods,
Clothing
OF   FIRST-CLASS   QUALITY
and fashionable style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock is new and will he sold al
CHEAP rates. myt6-tc.
N 0 TIC E,
ALL PERSONS ARK HEREBY
canttonod ngahmt cutting or removing timhor of nny kind from ull' Innils
lii-ld by thu Hastings Sawmill Company,
as partii-H doing bo without perinwHion
will b« proHccutud.
RICHD. H. ALEXANDER;
Ilurrard Inlet, II. C,
lath Dec, 1882. deli)
a a major
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
3*t:e"w
CoodS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains,
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas.
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
White and Brown Turkish, Muckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen.-
IfcTE-W
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices.
Everything in
Provisions, Crockery &Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what wo don't
keep we will get.
C.G. MAJOR
Importer nnd denier In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
WM. RAE
HAS   roil  SALE  80 OR  110  TONS
FIRST-CLASS
TIMOTHY  HAY
(Woll Cured and Clean)
$28 .A. TOIN",
AT     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
—ALSO-
SPLIT & SAWN SHINGLES.
(ap7tc)
New Fish Market I
IT
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
ftlarkot un
FRONT  STREET,
Knot of the Holbrook House, where will
ho found a full supply of Pish of ull
kiwis and of thu boat ipinlity.
Purchasou doliverod in nny part of the
city.   A cnll is solicited. inhSb'tc
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HASJUST RKCEIVEUTlll* LAUfl-
est nssoe'incut of Clocks ever liclil
on the Mainland of Ui'itisli Columbia.
Nickel Clocks, nt 82.26 (warranted),
Sctli  Thomas'   Xii'l'i'l Alarm, nt
S3.20.
All hinds of Mantel and  Ollice
Clocks.
IVaHlllim M'lltcllC", coin silver cases,
from 315 upwards.
A line assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of tlio lntost designs.
Silver 1'lnle Wore and Optical
floods.
CoLUMlUA STRKKT,
au2 Now "Ycatminstov, ]J.C.
Ol'VOSITK riONEKR WHARF,
•tO NT STREET,
FEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMI'OliTKIl ASH llK.VI.KIt IX
Dry (ioods, CIiUIHiik.
Kali- ami Millinery,
fancy Gooils, Jewelry.
Boots and Shoes
Crocker). Cutlery.
Cigars ami Tobaccos,
Fruits anil Confectionery,
Stock large anil woll selected. All
Goods first-class, and will be sold nt
very low prices for cash.
inliH M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
T^KES
cfc OO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
11
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stoek
to lie found in the Province,
consistiiifr of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, PJaster,Cemcnt, Lime,
&('.., &<!.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash.
IprilOtltfws, ' »p7
NEW
SPRING
GOODS
-AT-
i fi 11 nn
<SS Ooaipany's.
U. LLLffllU
Sixteen Cases of
lewSpring Goods
Consisting of
Black and Colored
Merinos and Cashmeres, Dress Serges
in new shades. All
wool Beige, satin,
marveilleux check
and angola chevoits.
Black Paramatta &
Persian Cords.
THE NEW
OTTOMAN
TRIMMING SILK.
-A fine line of-
Brocaded sateens,
laces and vanda striped brocades, prints,
etc. New styles in
ladies and children's
parasols. A large lot
of new neckwear, silk
ties, scarfs and collarettes, ribbons and
laces.
A splendid assortment of
new Bhades and styles in ladies' and children's silk Lisle,
and Tafkta Gloves. A full
line of quilts, towels, table
cloths and covers, ticks, lace
curtains, Nottingham lace,
flannels, printed and plain
sheetings in all widths, Denims, Canton flannels, check
ginghams. A splendid assortment of ladies' and children's and gents'
SEff HOSIER!,
Also a large stock of gents'
Spring Clothing,
Shirts, collars, cufts & ties,
A large lot of Brussels, Tapestry, Kiddiminster & Hemp
CARPETS,
HEARTHRUGS    .
murarm-im
Cor, Columbia and Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER. Wxt ffritteh Columbian.
H-Uurtl-iy Hor.     if,  Hay ■.*«, |«ki.
gAggBgorag.
Fj-r.nlr. Entorprlsq, from Victoria, Mny
Kt—Kolly.KntKon, Thompson, Anderson,
HoIIoi-h, McChire. MeMear, ]):ivis, Illicit,
MuAifre, Mrs Buck, Brown, Molunps.
FlnUtay, Word, Black, Misa Wart), Horn,
MoPonnltl, Selhy, Walkor, Cham hers, Mi;-
Ctillum, Blirhctr. GHUo, Murphy, Htcvcn-
hoii, Ah Ley, Hill, McDougall, Jones. Toy*
lor, Emerson, Scorey.wf find 2 daughters,
Deacon, MoKeiuto, Wostfioll, Blythe.
Per sir. Princess Louise, from Victoria,
May 24,—Dr Hunnington und wt, Hon Jno
Ilolison, Havens, Oii|>t Troupe and others.
Perstr. Rclianco. from YalojMay 25.—
Johnstone and wt, Vernon, Harrison, P
Murpljy, McDonald, Fitzgerald! D Murphy, Toilet, Friuisonii, Reeves, Price,
Thorp, McNaiisliten, Brest, Qulnti.Irvlii'r,
Bossl. Wood, Kiniiian, Herring, ureyell,
■ Woods, Sap Todd, Constables■Kirktip and
Burr, and 10 prisoners.
Perstr. Enterprise, from Victoria, May
25.—Dnsitur, Butt, Oownn, Dunlcvy, Kllf-
moroj Butler, Baker, Hayer, Bold, Ashton,
Wilson, Pope, Clawson, Connolly, May,
Mrs Oliver, Mrs Tiininlns, Skates, Duncan, Martin, Wells, McNawrhten, Linda-
ley, Beaver, Mfss Hlnclalr, ftnglltfti, WU-
ilauis, Burr, Mrs Byron,
MAURI KD.
McKKMHIK-McCLINTt)N.-Oii the 22nd
inst,, at St. Andrew's Ciiurch, this eity,
hy the Rev. It. Jamlesun, GooriroMc*
Koimie and Mary Jane, daughter of
the late Mr. David Mc-f fllnioii, all of
this oily.
I8AACSON-MUltRAY.-Ontlie22udlnst.,
nt St, Andrew's Cliureh, thlsclly, hy
the Rev, R. Jnmli-xim, Cliristlan Isaacson and Annie, dauirhter of Mr. Paul
Murray, all of Langley.
LUND-WILLIAMS.-I11 tills city, on the
24th inst., hy Rev. E. Robson, August
Oscar Lund und Rachel Helemi Williams, oldest daughter of Hanmiii II.
^ yilliamst all of Now Westminster.
The run of Hsh is still very light.
The wator at Yalo continues to fall
steadily.
There wasn't much fun at Yale on
the 24th.
County court opens in this city next
Wednesday.
The str, Roliance brought down 64
head of cattle yesterday.
The London DaUy Standard claims
an average circulation of 192,000
copies,
For diseases leading to Consumption,
uso Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. In
another column.
*■ Rev. E. Robson will preach in tho
Sohool House at Ladner's Landing tomorrow evoning at 0:30.
The Ohio courts sustained tho'action
of a telephone company which removed
the instrument from a customer who
constantly swore through it.
The tug Westminster took a pic-nic
party up to Pitt Lake on the 24th.
Thero were about 20 in the party, and
, they spent a very pleasant day.
Tho Royal Oity Planing Mills Oo.
are filling in a portion of tho swamp
with slabs and sawdust, on which large
quantities of lumber aro being piled,
Lightning struck an oil tank at
Oavan Point, Jersoy Oity, and caused
a million und a half dollar firo. Several men were killed by the explosion.
A meeting of influential Uritish shipowners has appointed a coniniitte to
carry out the scheme for the construction of a second canal across the Isthmus of Suez.
Mr. Lundbom has .constructed a
very substantial gangway botween Columbia and Front sts., immediately
wost of his new Btoros. It is a groat
public convenience.
The Hon. Dr. Mclnnes, Senator, arrived from .Ottawa lost Wednesday
night, and Hon. Jno. Robson, Provincial Secretary camo up from Victoria
Thursday morning.
Having disposed of his former residence to Mr. A. O. Lund, Mr. Thos.
Kerr has erected a now and good-looking house on the Royal Avenuo, near
Alice st., of which ho has taken possession.
Mr. J. 0. Vermilyea, late of Ontario, has purchased the remaining half
of tho Robson & Smith farm (about
400 acres) on tho North Arm, now occupied by Mr. Sweet. The price paid
was $12,000.
The Nanaimo excursionists presented an appearance of exceeding sleepiness yesterday. A teacher in ono of
tho schools is reported to havo beeu
fast asleep in his cliair—and talking in
Ins sleep too!
Tho Columbian, of Now Westminster, comes to us this week greatly enlarged. We congratulate tlie proprietors on their succoss, and don't umul
if a little of the railway boom strikes
this way.—Na na imo Free Press,
Tho assistant Chinese cook fell overboard from the str. Reliance on tho
24th, fl short distance above Robinson's Landing, and wns drowned. He
waa trying to catch *a buokot of water
from tlio river, aud lost his balance.
On tho Queen's Birthday Mr. J. 0.
Henderson, of Chilliwhack, invited all
tho Indians working at tho railway
camp to a froe lunch at his store.
About 300 responded to the invitation
aud enjoyed the cultus potlatoh immensely.
Among the passengers from Nanaimo by the str. Princess Louise yestor-
t day woro Mr. Samuel Gough and wife
' of tho ''Diamond City." Mrs. Gough
goes up by tho Irving this morning to
spend n few weoks with hur friends at
Chilliwhack.
Our London, Eng., correspondent
cables tliat upwards of four hundred
members of thu British Association
have expressed their intention of attending tiio meeting at Montreal, aud
additions are being made to the list
daily,—Globe,
Tho Roliance brought down 10 prisoners yesterday. Three of these are
sent for trial ou a charge of being connected with the Chinese massacre at
Lytton, 4 aro sent to gaol for selling
. liquor to Indians about Yale, und 3
went to tho penitentiary to servo various terms.
Returns to the United States Agricultural Department for May show tliat
tho avoruge is materially lower iu several States than in the previous mouth
compared with which the general showing has not improved, and is 20 per
cent, loss than Muy lust. European
wheat prospect* during April are reported to have improved.
At the annual meeting of thu Salvation army in Loudon General Booth
stated that tho army had now 401
corps, with an income derived from
thorn of £121,000. The rental of barracks entailed an expenditure of £21,-
000 a yoar, and tho army had property
of its own now worth £160,000, upon
whioh thero was a debt of £54,000.
About £10,000 was contributed during
the day, Among those who took part
in the mooting was a Yorkshire woman
eighty-four years old, who said she had
" been in prison 260 times for drunkenness.     i^____^__
For Coughs and Colds, use Aliens
Lung Balsam, See adv. in another
column,
Thirty-ono thousand soven hundred
and soventy-fivo persons have signed
tho pledgo arid donned tho blue ribbon
at Belfast during a recent fortnight's
mission by tiio Irish Temperance
Loague. Over ,14,000 signed in shops
and oifices. It is computed that in
Belfast, out of a population of 220,000,
there are 62,000 personal abstainers
and 40,000 wearing the ribbon.
On the Queen's Birthday another of
New Westminster's fair daughters was
led to tho hymonial altar. Wo wish
Mr. and Mrs. Lund long life and pros
perity. During his residence iu this
city Mr. Lund has by his exemplary
industry and uniform courtesy become
possessed of a valuable property, a
nourishing business and a good wife.
Bachelor friend, Go thou and dn likewise.
Miss Kelly, daughter of Mr. Andrew
Kelly, of Bttrkorvfllo, who has been in
attendance upon the Collegiate and
High School in this city, leaves for her
mountain home by this morning's boat.
During her stay of nearly two years in
Now Westminster Miss Kelly has made
a host of friends all of whom, including tho Columbian, join in wishing
her a pleasant trip homo and ti happy
and prosperous futuro.
Methodist Chuimjii—Rer. W. J.
Dowlor, B. A., will preach st 11 a.m.
uud 7 p.m. to-morrow. Sunday School
aud Bible Class at 2:30. Seats free;
strangers cordially invited. *
Police Coiner. — Baptisto, a half-
breed, and D. Dickson were up before
the police magistrate yestorduy for
selling liquor to Indians. Baptisto
got 0 mos. in gaol, and Dickson was
fined $00 or 3 mos.
MarinbItkms.—StrsPrincess Louise
andHrving loft for Victoria and Yale
Wednesday morning. Wednesday night
the str. Enterprise arrived from Victoria at 10, connecting with the Reliance for Yale. Th ursday morning' the
Louise arrived from Viotoria at B and
loft at 7 for Nanaimo. The Enterprise
loft for Victoria at 3 o'clock Thursday
morning. Yesterday the str. Princess
Louise arrived from Nanaimo at 9:30
a.in., and loft for Victoria at 2 p.m. j
the str, Roliance arrived from Yale at
1 p.m., and the Enterprise from Victoria ut 4:40.
Queen's BntTHDAY.— Tho nnnivcr-
sary of tho birthday uf our Queen was
observed generally by the people of
this city. All tho places of business
were closed, and people enjoyed themselves in excursions, fishing, shooting,
boating, otc. In the afternoon tho
band went to the balcony on top of
the Colonial Hotel, and played a number of selections which wero greatly
appreciated. In the evoning they pa-
railed the Btreets with torches and
serenaded a number of prominent citizens, The day passed off very quietly,
aud thore was very little drunkenness
or disorder seon.
The Excursion.—Thp excursion to
Nanaimo on Thursday was in evory
respect successful.. Thero wero about
300 excursionists on board.. The
steamer arrivod at Nanaimo about 1
o'clock, and tho day was spent in various amusements. In several of tlio
athletic sports our own citizen Columbus cleaned out the island people completely. The steamer left Nanaimo at
3 o'clock yesterday morning, arriving
here shortly after 9. Dancing was
kept up with very little intermission,
the music being furnished by a string
band. Tho deputation from Hyack
Five Co. was met by the firomen of
Nanaimo and entertained handsomely.
We should mention that no intoxicating liquors wore sold ou tho grounds,
which may account for the absence of
disorders.
From Yale.
Yale, May 23.—The assizes closed
hero yesterday. Tho following prison-
era wero sentenced: Ah Chow, larceny,
4 years in the penitentiary; Richard
Walsh, wounding with intent, 3 yoars
iu the penitentiary; Indian Charley,
stabbing and wounding, 2 years in the
penitentiary.
From Nanaimo.
The Free Press mentions a serious
accident which resulted from the caro-
loss handling of a shot gun. A man
on board the schooner Oriole began
fooling with the gun, when it went off
accidently, distributing a full charge
of shot among three men who happened to be sitting on the wharf. All
wore considerably hurt, and ono dangerously. Tho man was arrested, and
wu hope he will bo punished. It is
time that fools who piny with tiro
arms, and endanger innocent people's
lives, wore taught common - sense.—
Bears are reported plentiful about Nanaimo. — Tho provincial government
have made arrangements to begin road
work in the Nanaimo district soon.
the district, it is in Burns mountain.
Wouldn't you liko to buy a few feot,
Mr. Editor 1
Don't let any of your renders think
that Cariboo is any longer a dear place
to live in. Mr. Evans, of the restaurant, has reduced the price of meals to
four bits, and bedB to two bits. A
year ago a healthy eater (and most
Cariboo men are that) who took three
meals a day and looked for a clean bed
nt night, had to pay $3.50. Now he
may havo six meals a day and two beds
for tho same money. Don't be afraid,
then, to come up and stay with us
awhile.
Naismith has kept the mountain
road open in good style all winter, and
there is now so little snow on it that
it will likely be passable for wheels iu
a couplo of weoks or so.
. Mr. George Pond, well-known to
old Cariboo miners, and latterly clerk
iu Mason & Daly's stoic here, died
suddonly on Friday morning. He
had been iu rather poor health for
some years past. Nugget.
From Ladner's Lnmlliifr.
(Correspondence of tho C'oliimliiaii.)
The people of Delta municipality
celebrated the Queen's Birthday by
gathering in one of Mr. Ladner's
fields, whero they found a beautiful
spot for au excellent lunch at 12,
After doing full justice to tho good
things abundantly provided by the
ladies, Mr. Win. Fisher, of Esquimalt,
and Mr. W. H. Ladner wero chosen
starters fur the horse racing, and Mr.
0. F. Green clerk of the courso. Mr.
II. H. Ladner, with his usual liberality, permitted tho laying out of a
track across his meadow, about 500
yds, in length. Six different races, 2
prizes iu each, were well contested by
4 or more horses in each race, and
prizes were paid to winners as declared.
Much umusemont wbb created hy tho
slow canter race, for which about a
dozen horses contested, Mr. W, H.
Ladner's pony "Plug" carrying off the
purse. Time 9:30, single dash of 500
yds. After tho horso racing there were
various games for tlie young people,
foot racing, jumping, etc., all of which
passed off very satisfactorily. After
sundown, having partaken of an excellent dinner, provided by our host Mr.
T. McAuley, all adjourned to tho not
house of tho Delta Cunning Co. where
dancing was indulged in until midnight. All joined in singing God Save
the Queen, and wont home highly
pleased with the success of the dayfs
enjoyment provided by tho kindness
of Messrs. W. H. Ladner, F. Page, .1.
Adair, E. Kirkland, and other Members of the various committees.
Meddling with the Battery,—On
Wednesday night, at 12 o'clock, tii
citizens of New Westminstor were
startled by a heavy report of artillery
which shook overy building within the
corporation. A good many peoplo
jumped out of bed in a state of bowil-
dcrmont, and visions of dynamite and
carnage Hashed suddonly through many
a muddled brain. It turned out that
some miscreants had loadod the bij
fun nt tho battery with powder am
all and set it off in honor of tho
Queon's Birthday. The shot passed
through the flag-stuff, cutting it down,
and tho gun carriage was considerably
smashed. Tho carriage needs an apology, howovor, for it was vory rotten
and scarcely fit for active service. The
gun must have had an extra charge,
for tho report was fearfully loud. By
reforence to our advertising columns it
will bo seen thnt Capt, Pittondrigh,
Oommandor of the Seymour Artillery,
oifors a reward of 820 for tho rascals
who committed this outrage upon thu
British fiag, and insulted the crown
and dignity of tho Queen. Such practical jokes sometimes result in disaster,
and should not bo encouragod.
The Band Matter,—It is much to
bo regretted that tho city band did not
accompany tho Nanaimo excursion,
nud wo arc of opinion that the bund
poople woro themsolvoB in fault. Wo
understand that tho excursion committee offered a guaranteed sum of $50,
and moro if the proceeds of the excursion left a surplus. This offer wo consider very fair under the circumstances.
It must be remembered that the excursion was undertaken solely for the
publio benefit. Tho committee had
no personal interest whatever in the
proceeds. Tho prico agreed upon for
tho steamer was $250, and tu secure
the committee against loss a largo
number of citizens had pledged certain
sums which they promised to pay in
the event of a deficit. Last year the
band poople wero content with a guarantee of 950, and the committee tliis
yoar could not havo doubled tho guarantee, as roquestod by the baud, without taking the risk of a considerable
deficit. In that caso those citizens
who nut thoir names to the guarantee
would have to make up tho shortage
out of thoir own pockets. It may bo
true that the band does nnt receive
sueh support from the oity as it reason
nbly might expoct. We aro inclined
to think it dues not, It requires a
considerable sum of money to run a
brass band, and tho opportunities fur
profitable engagements nre not frequent. Wo beliovo the baud should
receive an annual grant from tho city
council of at least $100, Iu return
for this band ought to play in public
on certain evenings for the entertainment of tho citizens. We have nn
excellent band, of which any city in
the province might feel proud; and if
wo nope to retain tho distinction of
having tho best band in British Columbia wo must support it liberally.
From Port Mood).
(Correspondence or the Coin mhl an.)
The Dominion Government, iu their
earnest endeavor te prevent the total
destruction of the wharf at Port
Moody by sea worms, selected us inspector of timber a Tipperary gentleman who had unbounded faith in the
dyunmito stylo of argument, and was
thereby thought a fit nnd proper person to take enro that supli posts and
nuisniices woro kept within due
bounds, Somo days ngo said inspector
took a professional tour up tho Hue,
and, stopping where a log culvert was
being constructed, observed a mudsill evidently cut nt the wrong lunar
season, and forthwith ordered the
proper end turned toward the magnetic
pole, nnd tho side nt which worms
generally enter turned from tho point
of approach at the baneful angle of tho
lunar rays. Tho boss carpenter, who
had probably boon for some time
boarding on beef slaughtered iu the
decline of the moon, varied by an occasional meal of clam chowder, was
ill-natured enough to ridiculo this demand, which is probably nn important
part of the duties of an inspector in
the "auld count hry," and thereby
caused the inspector to dump his cont,
boss stepping on the tail of it. Our
idens of what followed aro shocked by
the exciting report that inspector
knocked one of boss's ears nearly off
by a blow from a mud-sill, foreman retaliating by knoflbing him through tho
railway embankment by n blow from a
butter-post. Ho emerged, however,
with a boulder in tho larboard eye, the
nose being moved about two points to
port. Meantime the soa worms are
resuming work at the wharf, the lunar
rays encircling the abode of tho hobgoblins, and the bawushoe occupying
tho dark recesses of unexplored imagination.
From Cariboo.
(Oorrosponilonco of tlio Columbian.)
Bark nit viuu, May 19.—Tho spring
weather on the whole has boen quito
pleasant, tho snow going off vory gradually under the influence of n bright,
warm sun. Scarcely any rain hns fai-
Ion, and there hns ns yet boon no
freshet in the creeks. The hillsides
are green, and vegetation generally is
at least threo weeks iu advance of lust
season.
Most of the hydraulic claims began
work this week—ono, at Richfiold, n
now claim. At Grouse Creek piping
began in tho "Wavorloy" on Tuosday.
Thoro has been no such block-up this
spring as delayod operations so long
Inst sonson. It is to be hoped, therefore, thnt the shareholders will find
themselves with ''hy-iu chJckameu" at
tho close of the summer. Tho Pinker*
ton clnim on- Lowheo washed up somo
24 ounces Inst woek, Since the happy
"strike" iu the old Barker claim last
winter, tho miners hnve been more
cheerful; and it is believed the result
of the summer's work throughout the
district will bo oncournging. But wo
want an influx of young, fresh nud
vigorous blood from the oast; for the
groat natural wealth of tho district is
by no means exhausted, and we "old
folks," besides losing "turn-turn," can't
handle tho pick and shovel as iu tho
exciting days of tho sixties. The
country needs more white miners, with
somo capital tu begin with, if possiblo,
and fewer of the hoathon Chinee. Tho
Welsh company have managed to open
tho way into their claim in old Canter-
ontown, and nre indulging in "great
expectations." May there be no disappointment.
Some little excitement nnont quartz
has nrison sinco the calling for tonders
for tho Victoria compan/s tunnel at
Burns mountain. Charley O'Neill,
blacksmith, of this placo, has obtained
tho contract, nud hns already begun
work. The length of the tunnel to bo
run is 000 feot. Good miners say that
if thero is paying quartz anywhere in
The Origin of "Douglas" Pine.
Early Explorations lu Iti-lltsh l oliimlilii.
Everybody in British Columbia
knows and appreciates tho Douglas
pine, but probably very fow could toll
anything about the history of tho man
whoso name it bears. In the Leisure
Hour (Wm. Warwick & Son, Toronto)
for April wo find a brief biography of
this remarkable man. He was born of
humble parentage nt Scone, iu Scotland, nbout tho beginning of tho present con tiny. In early life he manifested a great lovo for natural history. Ho
made pets of animals und birds, and
took much comfort iu watching their
habits and promoting their training.
His first apprenticeship was to the gar-
dner at Scone Palace, whero ho served
7 years. At tho age of 10 he obtained
a situation in tho garden of Sir Robert
Preston, at Culross, where thero wns
a large collection of exotic plants und
a valuable botanical library, These
surrgundings exnetly suited the tastes
of young Douglas, and lie mado use of
them by advancing in his knowledge of
botany. Somo time afterwurds he wns
employed in tho Botanical Garden at
Glasgow. Here he had tho good fortune to attend the lectures of Sir W.
J. Hooker, one of the most distinguished botanists of his time. Douglns was
u most enthusiastic student, and his
wholo soul was sot on firo with zeal.
In 1824, when tho Hudson Bay Co.
resolved to send a collector of botanical Bpecimeus to the region about the
Columbia River, Douglas was selected
for that important mission. Ouo of the
books wliich had most dolightcd him
in boyhood was "Robinson Crusoe."
On his way to Columbia liis Hhip touched at Juan Fernandez, aud thoro occurred n remarkablo incident. In exploring the island he came upon a
second Crusoe, who emerged from the
bushes with long hair, and garment*
which hud evidently soon many
hardships. This lono castaway lived
in a rude hut, nud his only furniture
consisted of an iron pot, in which his
meals woro cooked. His namo was
William Clark, and lie had beeu fivo
years on tho island. Douglas gathered
a fair collection of native plants, and
sowed on tho island the seeds of fruit
trees and vegetables wliich lmvo since
grown and produced abundantly. On
tho 8th of April, 1825, his Bhip came
to anchor in the Columbia Rivor. His
companion explorer, Dr, Scouller, wont
ashore at onco in search of plunder.
His attention wns nt first attracted by
tho conical-shaped heads of tho natives,
and ho determined to secure somo
skulls. Having discovered ono of the
" momalooBo" places, (grave yard) lio
took three skulls ; but the Indians declared war on the indiscreet doctor and
compelled him to fieo for his lifo.
These 3 skulls are now snid to be iu tho
British Museum, tho only representatives iu Britain of the Chinook tribe
Douglas firat wont to Fort Vancouver,
which ho made his headquarters, and
whore ho reported himself as often as
circumstances would permit. Ho used
a tont whilo out on his excursions, but
often found this cuiubc-iome, and bo-
camo content with a blanket.  In
a letter written ah .. lis time ho
says: "A canoo turned upside down
is my occasional shelter j but moro
frequently I Ho under tho boughs of a
fino treo, without anything further.
Iu England, people shiver at the idea
of sleeping with thoir windows open :
hero each person takes his blanket nnd
stretches himself, with nll possiblo
complacency, on the sand or undor a
bush, just as if ho were going to bed,"
One fino treo soon became his spocial
favorite, and he named it after himself, tho Douglns Pine. Somo seeds
of this tree, which> he found iu British
Columbia, ho sent to Scotland, and
from thoso wero grown a largo number
of trees which now add grace and
beauty to private parks. In Scone
Palace grounds there is n Douglas Pine
75 feet high und 7 feet in circumfor-
onco. lt grew from sued sent by David Douglns from British Columbia in
1827. At tho international exhibition
iu London, it may bo remembered that
the flag floated from a polo 301) feet
high, mndo from n British Columbia
Douglas Pine. In his zeal Douglns
often encountered great hardships and
dangers, Ue sacrificed everything for
his speeimens, and sometimes deprived
himsolf of dry clothing which wns
needed to cover Ihb precious plants.
Ou one occasion he lost nll his effects
in crossing Columbia Rivor, but succeeded in saving tho plants, for which
ho expressed profound gratitude.
Having secured from tho Indians a remarkably large cone of tho i'intu
Lambertiana, ho determined to discover tiie tree itself. This was no simple task, as the Indians refused to givo
any information respecting it. Aftor
many difficulties, ho succeeded iu finding a grove of these trues. Hanging from the high brunches he saw tho
coveted cones j out ho could neither
climb the trees nor cut them down.
Taking hia gun he began firing nt tho
cones, und managed to bring down
threo, whon an unsuspected danger
presented itself. Hu was suddenly
surrounded by-Indians, who hud been
nttractod by the shots. Thoy camo in
bnttlo array, with bows and arrows,
knives, aud spears. He had invaded
their sacred grove, and dared to firo
upon thoir precious tree, nnd his lifo
must be sacrificed to propitiate tho
Groat Spirit, He managed, however,
to allay their anger, and tied into tho
depths of the forest. He lost his way,
encountered pitiless storms and more
hostilo Indians, and aftor 12 days of
extreme misery reached tho Columbian
River. Having explored Oregon,
Washington Territory, and California,
he started north with tho intention of
going through British Columbia and
Alaska. Ho reached the Frasor in
1833 with moro than 400 specimens,
tho fruits of many years of hardship
wid toil. In attempting to cross the
river at Quesnellc, his canoe was dashed on the i'ocks,und lie lost everything.
This great disaster filled him with discouragement, and ho determined to return tu his native Scotland. In October, 1833, he left the Columbia River
for Britain. Tho ship called at Sandwich Islands for a cargo. While there
ho mndo a journey to tho volcano of
Maunakcn. On the way thoro woro
sovoral pits dug for tho purposo of
catching wild cattle. Into ono of theso
he accidentally fell, and was confronted
by an enraged bullock which trampled
out his precious lifo. Thus ended the
career of a noble man and a successful
explorer iu the interests of science.
He udded ovor 1,000 plants tu the botanist's vocabulary, but his memory will
bo perpetuated, especially with the
stately pino whicli bears Ins name.
Somo of those who read this brief
sketch, when they gaze upon the sombre branches of this majestic treo—the
king of the British Columbia forest-
may cull tu remembrance tho life and
labors of David Douglas. Through
all his wanderings, in solitude and
disaster, ho carried his bible and his
simple faith; and in his lottors he acknowledges that but for tho companionship of this book, and the sympathy
and support of the faithful Redeemer,
in whom ho implicitly believed, ho
must have perished in utter hopelessness.
Dosimetric  Medical   System.
W Inn II MnniH and Accompll-thr-i,
Troiii The Field,
From time to time pamphlets with
tho mysterious title " Dosimetry"
havo come under our notice, and wo
havo not succeeded in unveiling the
mystery to our own satisfaction , indeed, beyond the fact that the dosoB in
tho new method aro to consist of accurately regulagted quantities, thero is
nothing in the name to indicate the
character of tho systoin. Nevertheless,
Dosimetry "is spreading all ovor the
whole globe," as the editor of tho
"Journal of Medicine and Dosimetric
Therapeutics" for February remarks ;
and perhaps most of our readers will
learn with surprise that the new science
or method of medicine has a literature
of some extent, including a great work
"Organon, ou Principos do Medecine
Docimetrique," by M. Burggraeve—
the fonnder of the system, it seems—
and u host of works on the same subject by him and othor authors.
In regard to the inthnute nature of
tho dosimetric system we mny hasten
to inform our renders that the practice
consists in the use of alkaloids in a
pure form, nnd necessarily, in most
casos, owing to the activity of the
agents, in minute doses. Such agents
aa strychiuo, atropine, vcratrino, aeon*
atine, orgotino, and snntonine are familiar to therapeutists, nnd are known
to possess most potent properties;
moreover, they nnd other alkaloids are
commonly employed in tho allopathic
treatment of disease, but the sole use
of tho active principles of a medicament to theoxclusion of tho compounds
which contain them is the essence of
tho new method, of tho success of
which the journal already referred to
writes m the following terms :—
"For tho first time since wo began
our arduous campaign in 1880, we find
evidence of dosimetry having root in
Groat Britain. Its advantages are becoming familiar to tlio profession in
every district, and our correspondence,
whicli has becomo very considerable,
contains frequent allusions to the benefits that have boen derived from its
adoption. It may be thnt tho 'loaders
of the profession' aro uot ovor fond of
dosimetry, for it has too much of a
levelling tendency. With the dosimetric method and its 'arms of precision,'
tho soldiers of Hippocrates aro all generals ! Of courso there will be some
who are born more talented than others ; whoso powors of observation nre
keeuor; whose treatment will always
prove more successful ; but it is evident that with dosimetry all physicians
are placed on an equality—thoir method and their medicaments aro the
samo, and tho result is an immenso superiority over the so-called 'leaders' or
'fashionable' physicians of the day.
Tho mail of the greatest experience will
always be the 'leader;' but in the dosimetric method of treatment, especially where physicians restrict themselves to a few grammes only, prolonged oxporienceis not half so necessary as
iu the old systom of practice, whero
evory man follows out his own ideas,
and uses drugs with the composition
and properties of which he is totally
unacquainted.";
Tho application of dosimetry to the
treatment of the diseases of tho lower
animals is described by M. K. Henry,
veterinary surgeon to tho Uth Regiment at Sedan, Franco, in a report to
the Minister of War, in tho following
glowing terms :—
"VETERINARY l'UACTICH.
"Abstract report to tho Minister of
War. By B. Henry, Veterinary Surgeon to tne 14th Regiment at Sedan,
France. Monsieur le Ministro—For
the last ton years a method of medicine
know.u as 'dosimetry' hns accomplished
marvels. Allow ine to draw your attention to it, and solicit your authorization to try it iu our army. What is
dosimetry ? This now therapeutic is
tho work of a loarncd professor of
Ghont, Dr. Burggraeve, who, nfter
having despaired of the art for tho
last twonty years, had what we may
well torm tho providential inspiration
of endeavoring to treat diseases by 'alkaloids.' At lirst tho method which
ho made known by n vigorous announcement addressed to his colleague*, met with great opposition,
both from physicians and pharmacists,
which waa soon followed by complete
silence. Truth has gained tho victory;
dosimetry has triumphed because it is
tho only true medicine—the medicine
of the future ; nnd nowadays the name
of Burggraovo is heard overy where.nnd
is saluted alike by patients and practitioners,
"Tho day will como whon dosimetric mediciiio will bo universally recognized ns tho only rational method of
treatment. Such is my conviction,
which is universally shared by a very
large number of colleagues, for this
method is if restoration of Hippocratic
medicine, enlightened by the results of
modern discovery, based on physiology, and on the uso of simplo medicaments, suoh as tho alkaloids, administered in n perfectly pure and assimilable form, in small consecutive doses
at given intervals, and applied especially to tho jugulntion of ncuto diseases.
"Lot the results obtained with tho
alkdoids bo called what thoy mny, we
may assort, without fear of being contradicted, that wherever allopathy fails
dosimetry comes out triumphant.   In
diseases, tho seat of which is unknown
and in whioh diagnosis is difficult or
impossible, dosimetry, whicli uses strychnine, can employ it as a kind of
touchstone to enlighten the practitioner on the hidden nature of the disease.
I, who am nt present such an enthusiastic pnrtizan, onco doubted the value
of tho new method ; it was only after
once trying it, and obtaining most unexpected and conclusive results, that I
bowed before its powers. With dosimetry the practitioner cannot doubt
without being renlly culpable ; and' he
must never lose his courage, for, however dangerous tho disease which
he may bo called to treat, this new
therapy places in his hands precise and
powerful- weapons, and, if ho only
knows how to ubo them cleverly, ho
must triumph over the greatest difficulties.
"Tho allopath, when called upon to
treat an attack of pneumonia, for instance, will not attempt any treatment
until the disease has perfectly declared
itself; but it is thon often too late; at
that moment perhaps some lesion has
occurred and art may be powerless.
Now, nil acute diseases are preceded
by a feverish state, which is their determining cause ("causo dotorminan-
te"). It is this feverish stato that
must bo combat**?. This is what Dr.
Burggraeve culls "jugulating" an ac-
cute disease by means of tho alkaloids.
"Fever, which is tho determinating
cause of disease, must therefore be
combated first of all, and that is what
the ordinary practitioner does not do ;
ho allows the fever to run on in order
to establish his diagnosis. This is called 'expectant medicine'—a bad practice, which proved disastrous. The
bow treatment is not expectant; it nets
on the slightest symptom of fever, nnd
it is n hundred thousand times right.
It jugulates fover in acute diseases,
and, in acting upon tho nervous centres
—tho lungs, the heart, and digestive
organs—it re-establishes the equilibrium where it has ceased to exist ; it
nets powerfully against the causo of
the malady which it annihilates.
" The ordinary practitioner uses
coarse mixtures of inedicino, difficult
to administer, fatiguing to the stomach, and inducing disgust for medicaments nnd food. Dosimetric medicine,
on the contrary, uses pure, simple, and
powerful remedies in tho form of assimilable granules, for which the patient has no repugnance whatever.
"Dosimetry cannot be compared
with allopathy, to which it ia so very
superior that it cannot fail to bo substituted for tho lnttor in n few years
hence. Based essentially upon the
jugulation of fever, by which all diseases commence, it iB u therapy of rn-
tionnl symptomatology, acting with
certain powerful and mathematically
moasured medicaments which it nd-
ministors until tho desired effect has
beon obtained. Finally, it is a natural
modicino, based on the laws laid down
by Hippocrates, who recognised with
much wisdom, n first period in nil diseases, a period of crudity, in which
there was established between the animal economy,and the morbid agency a
struggle which, with the aid of the
physician, turned in favour of tho former.
One of our most learned professors
in the veterinary school has said, ns
ninny others havo repeated also, that
the alkaloids aro tho medicaments of
the future. Dosimetry relies upon them
in its treatment, nnd honce dosimetry
must also be termed tho medicine of
the future. With tho preparation of
theso alkaloid granules is connected
the well-known name of M. Chant eaud,
-a learned phnrmacist and clever chemist; which will ever bo associated with
thnt of tho founder of dosimetric inedicino.
"The most terrible diseases, which
are usually so rapid and so disastrous
in thoir effects, such as typhoid fever,
vnriola, croup, puerperal fever, Ac,
aro nowadays easily combattcd by the
dosimetric method ; nnd the experiments ordered by tho Minister of Marine to bo made iu the Haul-Senegal,
where the dosimetric treatment is tu
bo opposod to the yellow fever, will, I
doubt uot, prove onco again the efficiency of the alkaloid treatment in
such cases.
"In presence of such remarkablo results, the veterinary surgeons could
not remain quiot, and thoy havo (locked in numbers around tho standard of
Dr. Burggreave. It is very desirable
that the Minister of War should follow
the example of his colleague, the Minister of Marino, and grant his authority for tho veterinary surgeons of the
army, and, if I may ask it, the army
surgeons also, to apply the dosimetric
method of treatment and report con-
acionciousry upon it, I beg to solicit
this authorization for myself, and tho
means of carrying it into effect, fully
convinced that the Minister will do
honor to himself and the government
by ordering these experiments to be
made upon suoh a scale as he shall
doom desirable.1'
Wo may add that members of the
■eterinary profession who may wish to
tost tho dosimetric system ot treatment
in practice may obtain a recently published work on the subject by Gsell
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THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER XL.
TIME BRINGS EVEltVTUINO TO HIM WHO
CAN WAIT,
(Concluded.)
"Oh, I dare say thoy have, or for
fifty; what does it matter? Of courso
Maogregor is a good name, and Ronald himself has charming manners and
is distinguished. Then his father's
dead—-I never likod him—and he has
no tiresome relations."
"In fact, you will roconcilo yourself
to the marriage, and let no one say n
word against it?"
"Of course no one should say a word
Xinst it to me, now it is settled," reid Miss Forbes, with prido.
"Exactly, because ho will be one of
ourselves; nnd, Alicia, if ho makes our
Muriol happy, and is a comfort to ino,
can't you forgive him his want of
wealth or rmik 1 Wo are both growing
old—surely wo rate love and worth
higher than a family tree 1" said Sir
Duncan, laying his hand on his Bister's.
Miss Forbes looked up at him silently
for a moment, and hor eyes glistened,
"Ah, Duncan, you always boo the
better side of things! Yes, my dear,
you are quito right, and I will welcome
Ronald as you wish. He's a good
young man; and you know, Duncan,
his mother was your wife's early
friend."
Early next morning tho newly-betrothed pair drovo into Stirling, where
their appearance togothor took Mrs.
Bennett and Miss Hardwicke by surprise.
"Mother, I havo brought you a
daughter," said Ronald, going up to
Mrs, Bennett; and Muriol, throwing
back hor veil, hold out hor hands, and
looked at her with an imploring gaze
that went to mamsie's heart.
"Muriel! My dear bairn, Is it really
true T exclaimed the old lady, drawing her close; and in that warm embrace the shadow that had clouded
their old affection passed away forever.
Nevertheless, when the carriage had
driven away again mamsie resumed
her place by the bow-window, with a
serious countenance.
"This is a great thing for Ronald,"
said Miss Hardwicke, a little doubtfully.
"Ay, indeed, a thing that I hopo
may turn out well. He has loved her
ull his lifo, and love can endure much;
but it's a burden on a poor man to be
the husband of a rich woman. I'd
rather, in somo ways, havo seen liim
in a farm-house of his uwn."
"Tut, tut! Don't worry yourself
with thinking thnt. The sweetest rose
has tho stiil'est thorn; but if Ronald
has nothing worse to put up with than
the sacrifice of a bit pride, I think ho
may say his thorns nro not many."
"It lBn't always tho long thorn
pricks the sorest," returnod Mrs. Hen-
nett; "the little ones rankle in the
flesh."
"Well, thon—littlo thorns or big
ones—he must just grip and crush
them. His wife's love will be a glove
on his fingers," said Miss Anne, nodding her head sagely, aa one who had
clear and decided views on the subject.
"I hope so—I hopo so," replied Sirs.
Bennett, with a little sigh. Sho had
known long years of wifehood, and Bho
did not feel the same confidence as her
spinster friend in hor son's future happiness.
Meanwhile, aftor hia return from
Stirling, Ronnld, with a stop ns light
as his heart, walked into Jamie Pater-
son's shop.
"Good-day, Jamie. I'm como to
bring you some news."
"Are you? Whatia'tl Hae yecoft
yorsel' a kailyard ayont the seas ?"
asked Jamie grimly, for he had been
terribly put about by the Amorican
"No, Jamio, better than that."
"Eh! What d'ye Bay? Yer lookin'
unco blithe, man; is it aoinethin' I'd
like fine to hear ? Oot wi' itl"
"I'm going to be married to—"
"Maistress Leslie," interrupted the
shoemaker, and he snapped his fingers
and uttered a "Hoioh!" worthy of the
days of his youth, when he was the
best reel-dancer in Tillybodle.
"I kenn't hoo it would bo! I kenn't
ye'd whuBtle tho lavrock doun and tho
nest's near by yo noo! The bonnie
birdio'U bide amang her ain folk, and
yo'H hae gotten what ye hao aye ottled
at 'Weol is that weel does,' and
there's no sic anither as Maistress
Leslie in the haill countryside. Losh,
but it's grand news this!"
"I knew you'd be pleased, Jamie.'
"Pleased, said yo? Pleased! I could
na think mair o't if I'd been in luck
myioV. No' that I want a wife; yo
ken the byword, 'Noxt to nae wife a
guid wife's the best.' But I maun tell
ye a man likea fine whan things turn
oot the way he's cxpockit, and I aye
said this wad be, suner or later. I
didiia sny it to ithors, ye ken, for it
wadna hao been well-bred when you
and she wero freends wi' me, but I
thocht it mony a day."
"Did you? It's moro than I did,
then."
"Hoots! What should you hae ken-
nod about it? Xkenned how she lookit
when I tell't hor—and I aye did tell
her—that you wore a sort o' commendable; and I saw yo haud yer hoid
a wee thing higher and speak o' ither
things if I ca'd her a bonnie lnav. Ou
ay, auld Jamio fand ye oot! But eh,
man, ye gied mo an awfu stoun' whan
ye cam ben yon day nnd tell't me yo
were aff to Ameriky! Thinks I, it's a
flair thing to hae your sic-lit und see
twa blind bodies ganging aff the road
and no' be able to set thom on it.
Weel, weel, I doubt I'll no' hao lenvo
to drink a glass to yer healths at this
weddin'?"
"No indeed, Jamie; it would spoil
the day, and Mrs. Leslie would take it
to heart."
"Forbyo that I wadna liko it my-
sol'. I used to be kind «>' ashamed to
gae by the Rob Roy o' an ovenin'
wi'oot takin' a glass, but noo I'd be
mair ashamed to gang into it. Folk
'ud hae a gran' louoh gin they see'd me
, the waur again."
Second only to the shoemaker in
their exultation over his good-fortune
came Ranald's warm friends, Jack and
Laura Harris.
"By Jove, Bennett's done it! Well,
I am glad!" cried the form or, aa he
tossed a note ovor to his wife nt tho
breakftft-tablo.
Laura clapped her hands when she
bod Mtd it, and, as though that wore
not enough, ran round to hor husband
And save him a hearty kiss,
"Didn't I tell you so ? Am I not a
wise woman ? Haven't my little
schemes turned out well? And oh,
iin't It delightful? Speak, Jack—can't
you?"
"Yes, my dear, when you give me
time. I believe you'll always say that
you and Mrs. Jenkins arranged that
match between you. In fact, you'll
tell Bennett to some day—now, won't
f©or
"Jack! How abaurdl" said Laura,
who, nevertheless, would have dearly
liked to hear that her husband considered the marriage had boen brought
about by her skilful management.
"I shall never say one word of the
kind, for I am sure Mr Bennett would
bo dreadfully vexod. But what a perfectly happy couple they'd be! I never
heard of an engagement that pleased
ine bettor."
"Nor I, except one, which came
about in the drawing-room at Broom-
ioknowe," returned Jack, who thought
himsolf, as a married man, what aa a
lover ho had novor been oxpansivo
enough to call himself—the happiest
follow in the world.
'T must write to Mrs. Jenkins at
once," snid Laura, hastening toward
hor pretty davenport.
''Do you think sho will bo quito
pleasod?" inquired Juck.
"Of courso she will," answered his
wifo, stoutly, as sho sat down.
And Mrs. Jenkins was pleased,
though, like Mrs. Bennott, her pleasure
had a shade of doubt iu it. The doubt
found expression ns she tacked togothor
tho materials for u bluo satin handkerchief-satchel, on which the lottcrs R.
B. were traced in gold thread. She
had risen in her profession, and was
now enjoying an oil-day in tho Homo
to which she was attached; and as she
smoothed and pulled and pinned tho
dainty stuff she mado a fow confidential remarks to a buxom nurse who sat
sewing on the othor aide of tho round-
table.
"I'm very glad of the marriage—
Very; and I hopo with my whole heart
that Mr. Bennett may iind tho lady all
he thinkB her---that11 do,"
"But you aro not very sure of it, nro
you ?'' said tho pretty nurso,
"I've no business to judge. Friends
that know her Bay she's everything
that oould bo wished, but I just won
dor if her husband will think so ten
years honce, that's all. She'll be satisfied, I dare say, whether ho is or
not."
Which of theso two prophecies respecting Ronald's future will prove the
truest 1
Is tho reality of love ns sweet ns he
had dreamed that it might be ? or does
his idol appear u shade loss perfect
now that he hns lifted it from tho pedestal on which it was onco raised above
him?
No ono can toll, Whether.he secretly mourns a something lost with
the old reverential worship, or whether
tho courage of his great affection makes
tho new aspect of hia life even denrer
than his dreams, no human boing will
over know. Certain it is that that Hfo
ia in tho sight of others what he said
it would bo—a beautiful thing; and
thoso who soe Muriel's clear eyes and
radiant smile, as sho walks between
hor husband nnd her father to tho
moss-grown kirk, nro satisfied that she
at least enjoys such happiness as rarely
falls to tho lot of woman.
On one point only does Ronald refuse to listen to her, although sho has
already entreated him more than once
to havo his portrait taken, in his beloved old uniform, in ordor that it may
be hung in the picturo-gallery.
"Do you want to banish mo from
this spot whero I won you ?" ho asked
ono evening na thoy stood by the velvet ottoman. "I should hate to see
my own fnce gazing nt mo from the
wall/
"But you ought to bo thero."
"Indeed, sweet wife, I see no reason
why I should go down to posterity
there among your ancestors, They nre
genuine Forbeses, whilo I am Bennett.
Forbes, and they are,, every ono of
them, greater men than I."
Then Muriel clasped her hands
round his arm and looked up proudly
in his faco.
"How so, Ronald ? Whon your portrait hangs besidfj our old .Jacobite
there, and tliose who como after us
look at it by-and-by, thoy will know,
as I do, that you did your duty by
your Queen, your country, and your
lady; and no knight among nll theso
could haye dono moro!"
Hair Dresser and Perfuier,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.,
TJKGH TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS
Jj of New W<!Ktmiii.st(-r uml vicinity Unit
lianas Imported dlroot from Loudon, England, asplondld assortment ol
P.ERFUMES,
Toilet Soups, eU'., from tlio very best manufacturers lu London ami Paris,
Lubin's Paris perfumes St 00 per bot
E Piuuud's do 1 00 por bot
Klmmi'l's London do, fiOe uml    7", per bot
Cleaver's do, 50u mul     75 nw bot-
Hovondor's tlo, 25c, il9u and     50 per bot
Maria Farina's Kan dc Cologne, small size     50 per lint
Hoyl's Kill! de (.'olnj-m1, Inrf*-.'.. 1 00 per lint
Hoyt's Kau de Colouiio, small   2fi per bot
Murray & Luiiinan's Florida
Water....     75 per bot
UAT-MAUOY'H CURIOUS ESSENCE,
Tbe most, lasting perfume known, SI 50.
.1 A E ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE
PERFUME,
The only gold medal highest award for
English perfumery,SI 00 per buttle, -
Filled with Baits ready for use, 50i\ 75o and
51 00 per bottle.
JEAN VINCENT BULLY'S PRIZE MEDAL TOILET VINEGAR,
Fur dally nMulltmmi fow drop*- poured Into the water before wasbliiKwllI neutralize
any Impurities, ivfiTsn tin; skin and restore It to ll,i jirest Ine freshness ami bloom.
Fur lhe mouth, a few drops with walenn-t
ns an excellent dentifrice, preserving the
gums and tooth, and by iinpiui-tng n sweet
and delicious odor to tho breath i« invaluable In smokers, it is also splendid for
removing pimples from tho face. Price,
75c per buttle.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
Rose Prlutitnioro Soup— tlie most delicious perfume. More especially recoiii-
jnemled tu ladies and to mothers of families fur lhe toilet.nf children.   :i cukes in a
box, 50c nor box, or sent by mail tunny
part of Hill Ish Columbia, postage paid, for
75c per box.    One trial nf tills soap will
glvesiitls fuel ion,
A very superior Glycerine Soap, Q cakes
iu a box, ;J5e.   Highly perfumed,
ITovenden's London Snaps, !! calces in a
nnx {Almond, Honey ami W
nml.t5eper box,
Windf-or), 25
The Otber Sort of Swindler.
Thoro were six or eight of us in the
smoking car as the train was running
down to West Point from Atlanta, and
everything was lovely until the seventh
man got on nt a small station. Ho had
no sootier entered tho car thnn he
looked fixedly at tho man who had
been telling ub snake stories, and directly ho walked up to him and called
out:
'Hal you — swindler, I've
found you out at last!"
"Who's a swindler?'1
"You are!"
"I nover Baw you before!"
"You're a liar, and I'm going to
pound 818 worth of cash out of you!"
It was presently discovered that ho
recognized the snake story man as a
fruit treo agent who had sold him somo
grapo vinos which did not show up,aud
ho was spitting on his hands and making ready to do tho pounding, when
tho other remarked:
"My dear fellow, I insist upon it
that you are mistaken. I never was
in tho fruit tree business, and I novor
swindled you out of $18."
"I say you did!"
"Nover! Instead of swindling you
out of 918 on grape vines, I am tho
man who charged you 81(i too much
for a sewing machine, and here's your
monoy!"
"Woll, now, como to look moro
closoly at you, I beliovo you're right,"
said tho seventh man.
"Of courso I'm right," growled tho
other, as ho. counted out tho money,
"and I warn you to bo a little moro
caroful in future. I havo a reputation
to sustain, and grape vino swindles aro
not in my lino. Hero's your 810, and
now I think you ought to apologizo!"
—Detroit Free Press,
Hovenden's Mltchain Snap, recommended not only for its quality and delicate perfume, bul also for Its refreshing
and cooling effect upon tlie skin. :i cakes
In a box for 50e. Sent by moll, postage
pnid, 75c.
Pear's Transparent Toilet Soaps, ;i3c per
oakoi sent by malt, BOo.
Pear's TransparenlKiiavlngSlicitK, iu a
very nice box,T>c per slick; sent bv mail,
fflic. Over 100 years established as the
cleanest and best preparation for shaving.
Boohm's Transparent Soaps, a very line
article, irn- per eake; shaving sticks, 25c, In
a very nice box.
Hovenden's Emollient Shaving .soap,
12,' M-auil2.ii! per eake.
Wright's Coal Tar Soap (London), the
only coal lar snap recommended bythe
entire medical faculty. For the nursery
nml tin- lolii'i lids snap Is Invaluable. It
has received Iho highest commendations
from the entire medical profess Ion. it. Is
unrivalled for shaving; 25c per cake, or 50c
for I! cakes.
Gllssadoi'iiiOB, a balsamic cream for
shaving without tho use of snap or water.
Sold In collapsible tuhos, 60ceach; sent by
mall,ooo,
HAIR   OILS
AND   TOILET   P-RKUAKATIONS.
Otto of ltoso Pomade mado iu London.
Hay Hum Pomade made In Paris.
And other kinds of pomades.
White Rose Brlllluutlnc.
Lime .Tulee and Glycerine.
Hovenden's Hair Restorative,-70 eonts.
Ayor's Hair Vigor, *1.
Burnett's Coconino, 81; sniall size, 02>f*jc.
Dandoliiio for the Hair.
Boso Hair Oil.
Firsl-class assortment of London linlrolls.
A good assortment of Cosmotlques,
White, Black nnd Brown.
Glycerine Cold Crenm, 26c per hoi.
Vaseline Camphor Ice, 26c por bot.
Cold Oroam of Roses, 25c per hut.
Gosnoll's Cherry Tooth Paste, 50c.
Hovenden's Ot lo of Rose Tooth Paste, ;)5e.
Hovenden's Tooth Powders,
Violet Powder.
Violet Powder Boxes, 25c and 50e each.
Mental depression, headache, and nervous debility, are speedily remedied by
that excellent blood-purifying tonic,
Burdock Blood Bitters, The Editor of
the Mitchell Recorder states, that ho
was cured of biliousness, liver derangement, and sick headache, hy the use of
this medicine.
Highly Satispaotoby.—Impure blood
and low vitality are the groat sources of
most diseases for whicli Burdock Blood
Bitters is the specific. 8. Pen-in, Druggist, of Lindsay, writes that Burdock
Blood Bitters give more general satisfaction than any blood purifier in the
market.
A Wonokrfui. Cn.\N(iK.-—Itev. W. fi,
Qifford, while pastor of M. K. Church,
Both well, suffered from chronic dyspepsia so badly as to rondor his life almost
a burden. Three bottles of Burdock
Blood Bitters cured him.
T. H. Pearson k Co, will receive subscriptions f< f that excellent monthly,
Resources of British Columbia, $2 a yoar.
A full supply of the first numbers on
hand.—Adv.
BEUSHBS.
A splendid assortment of Tooth Brushes
made In London lo order, 25o 011(1 iB50 each,
A large assortment of Hair Brushes from
50c lo $leuch.
Br. Scott's Electric Hair Brush, sont by
mnll, postpaid, fur SI.
A good assortment of Nail Brushes, 26c
and 50c caoii.
Hair culling Combs and dressing Combs
25c and 50c each.
Shaving Brushes, 25c, 85a, 50c and
each,
EAZOBS,
A first-class assortment of Hazors, imported direct from Sheffield. I will send
any person a good Barber's Concave Razor by mail at §1.50 each. I have sold
the same kind of Razor at §2.5(1, but
having imported a large stock direct
from tho manufacturer, enables me to
sell cheap \ for cash, whereas, ■ beforo I
imported from San Francisco, and I
could not sell them for less than $2.50
each. I have a largo stoek of Hazors
from §1 to $4 each.
Pocket Knives from \'2[,y. to $2 each.
FIFES.
A splendid assortment of Meerschaum
Pipes, tl B I) Briarwood Pipes, Amber,
Ivory and Horn Mouthpieces.
DMInptMiM
r DDfumm
-S3 WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.*}
L, UIIUHll
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID*
cuts of New Westminster and vicinity that be is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
IN BOM or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllby's,  London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
New Westminster,   B, 0.
A good assortment of Collar Studs and
Cuff Buttons,
The vory best Bath Sponges, small
Turkey Sponges, and bath sponge baskets,
Buns' Fruit Salts, 81.00 per bottle,
Orders for the above goods solicited,
and forwarded by mail or express.
 V o xt	
Hair Cutting, Shampooing, oto,,
-CAU, AT—
George lead's
SALOON.
Hot & Gold Satlis at all Hours
Ho has uow throe chairs running, ant)
first-class workmen. The (latest patent
barber's chairs, Please note the address, ono door below the Colonial Hotol,
Now Westminster, B. C. [ap25,
NEW    SCHEDULE
—tit'—
"OTA-GrES-S
—FOlt—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON THK—•
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  §125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen.,, ,08 50 to $4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to 3 50     "
Bridge Foremen,. 3 50 to 4 50     ■■
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class,.,.... 3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons...  ...... 2 50 to 3 50     "
Stone Cutters...- 3 00 to 3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class  3 50 "
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith   Helpers  i 50 to 2 00     -'
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborers   I 75 to 2 00     "
Hewers, lst class   3 50 "
Choppers, Ist class 2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, Ist class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 liours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will bo convenient
along tlio Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will bp raid monthly, on tho
lOthof each mon til,
A.   ONDERDONK,
Gknkual Manaokh.
Qmon ov thkCosthactorr,
Canadian Paoivio Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1833.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN lhat
t intend to mako application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to piirehnso 240
acros of meadow land, known as Duck's
Lake, situate about nine miles south of
my residence, South Thompson.
Beginning at Stake A, nnd proceeding
thence 1320 yards to Stake 11: thence to
Stake C, 880 yards: thenoo 1320 yards to
Stake Dj thence 880 yards to starting
point.
JACOB DUCK.
South Thompson,
March I7th, 1883. aplhn2
GOVERNMENT  NOTI"0*-ft.
.j-"*: """'''■ft
I'ltovisciAi. Skciikiahv's Office,
3rd May, 1888.
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor litis been pleased to place the
following gentlemen on the Commission
of the Peace:—
Jambs Wakdlk and .Iohkini Howes,
Esipiires, of Hope, for the Electoral District of Yalo.
Henby Henok, of Big Bar. and John
Edgab Moore- of Alkali Lake, Esipiires,
for the Electoral Districts of Cariboo ami
Lillooet.
Henby Bum, Esquire, of   160-mile-
house, Cariboo Wagon Road,   for  tbo
Electoral District of Cariboo.
myil-lni.
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the next sitting  of   tho County
Court will   bo   held   on   WEDNESDAY,
May 80th, 1883.
Dated April 21st,  I8S3.
E. A. JENXS,
Registrar County Court,
mh24til New Westminster.
NOTICE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE AND OF
Nisi Priiis, and of Oyer and Terminer and of General Gaol Delivery, will
lie held at each of tho undermentioned
places, and at the times hereinafter
named:—
At Yalo, on Monday, 21st May, ISS.i.
At Kamloops,   on   Wednesday, 30th
May, 1863.
At Clinton, ou Thursday, 7tliJuno,
1883,
By Command,
JOHN   ROBSON,
Provincial Soorotary,
Provincial Secretary's Oflico,
Victoria, B. C„ 19th April, 1883.
(ap21td)
Notice lo Claimants of Land.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
■VfOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J_\ tho undermentioned lands in New
Westminstor District haye been surveyed
and a map of same cm bo seen at the
olliee of J. C. Hughes, Esq., Commissioner, Now Westminster, ami at the Lands
and Works Ollice, Victoria, whero forms
of proof and declaration can bo procured.
Lut,   Op.    NnillO.     Pro-om lice No,     Dnto.
.|i!l I...K Mellonnl.l CM .l-ii, -21, 'litl
■17-: r...sMcdoimiti I'liriinu An-':;, "f
■ITS I....I DbIIosIi-- (MS Nov2'., 'HS
The above mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to the above described
lands, must prove up their claims within
three mouths from dale of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Conimiasioiior of Lands k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 25th April, 1883.' '
(my2ni3)
Notice lo <1aimanis of Land.
KAMLOOPS   DIVISION   OP  YALK
DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undermentioned hu in Kmn-
loops Division of Yale District, havo
been surveyed, and a map of same can
bo seen at tho office of G. C. Tunstall,
Esq., Commissioner, Kamloops, and at
tbe Lands ami Works Olliee, Victoria,
where forms nf proof aiid declaration can
be obtained.
Lot. (Ini. Ninjio. I'lT-p-ni'tiim lu-e.Nii,   Dntc,
4-ld,   1, A.E. Huwso,       1.070,      Den. 3,1877
-til,   1, Donntil Walker,   1,018,      Stny 4, ,'f
44:i,    1, A.JIcCniillfill,       1,11112,       Oct. IS,W0
4411,   1, V. (li'imii, 1,071,       Di*i-.2S,W7
The above or any other claimants to
the nbovc mentioned lots must prove up
their title to same within three months
from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands &\YorkB-
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., April 10th, 1883.
(np!8in8fd)
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.  | GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
£v ■: ._■ ,•* ii\i
Notice lo Claimants oil-ami.
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Sections -10, 41, 42, 43, 44, ami 45,
Group 1, Cariboo District, have been
surveyed, and a map nf same can be soon
ut the olliee of J. Bowron, Esq,, Commissioner, Barkerville, and nt the Lands
and Works Ollice, Victorin, where forms
of application and declaration can be obtained.
Claimants to any portion af the above
Sections must prove lip their chums to
same within throe mouths from date of
this notice,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April 10th, 1883.
(aplSmSfd)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTM INS'I'ER   DISTRICT.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i.\ Lot 472, Group L, New Westminster District, hns been surveyed forO. E.
Corbould, Esq,, as tbo laud claimed by
bim undor Pre-emption Record No. I .'-''il,
dated February 13th, 1883, being a transfer of Mr, Mnckic's Pre-emption Claim,
No. 1,210, dated Juno 19th, 1874.
A map nf the above Lot can be seen at
the Lands and Wm-ks Office, Victoria,
nud at the Olliee of J. C. Hughes', Es*
(jlliro, Commissioner, New Westminster,
where blank forms of application and
declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimant to
the above land must prove np ou the
samo, in accordance witli tbo provisions
of the "Laud Act, 1878," within three
months from the date of tins notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chlof Commisaioiier rjf Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1883.
(aplltd)
NOTICE TOJAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Itcrciiuc Tax,
NJSty   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
■VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, in
JS accordance with tlio Statutes, that
Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes
levied undor the Asse«sinent Acts are
uow due for the year 1883, and payable
at my office. Assessed Taxes, if paid na
or before the 30th June, 11(83, aro collectible at the following rates, viz.i—
,\ of I per cent, on Real Property,
n cents por Here on Wild Land.
QllO-fQlirtli Of  I percent, on   Personal
Property.
J of I per cent, on Income.
If paid after Juno 30th, iss:,-- ■
\ of 1 por cent, on Real .Property.
0 contB por aero on Wild Laud.
-J of 1 per cent, on Personal Property.
',- of 1 por OOtlt. oil Income.
J. G, HUGHES,
Assessor and Collector.
Jan. 8th, 1883, feUtd
Education Biiancii of
PttOVINOIAI) SKCHCTAItV'S   DKl'AHT.MKNT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of qualiljcation to
teach in tlio Public Schools of the Province will be hold at Victoria, in .tho
Legislative Hall, commencing on Tuesday, nth July, nt 1 p. in,
C. 0. MoKENZIE,
inylfltd      Superintendent of Education.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
7th May, 1883.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTEN-
ant-Governor has been pleased to
appoint Paulus /Emilius Irving,
Esquire, Bnrrister-at-Law, lo be Deputy Attorney-General for the Province
to date from the 1st instant, vice Eli
Harrison, jr., Esquire, resigned,
my (6:i m
PllOVlNClAl, Slil'llCTAllv's On-lUK,
Wlk April, i8SS.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased lo place
the following gentlomen on the Cnimnis-
Bloii nf tho Peace:-—
Wii.UAM Liuiwio RisttB, and TitoMAH
Mkujiium, of Chilcoatin, Wii.mam Moult iso.n, of bike La Hachc, and William
Laimi Mkasos, of Littlo Dog Creek,
Em-niies, for tlie Electoral Districts of
Cariboo and Lillooet.
Jons V. Smith, Esquire, of Clinton,
for tho Electoral Districts of Caribno,
Lillooet ami Ytflc.
John PiMiiritv and Join. BnoAinVEU,
of Salt Spring Island, ami Eunks'i- Skin-
nkii, of Maple Bay, Esquires, for tbo
Electoral District of Cowiolian.
Thom#s Pkausox Reich, Esquire, of
Soda Creek, for tho Province.    [niy2-lni
Provincial Skorktahv's Oi-tioi-:,
13th April, 1883.
HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor hns been pleased place
the following gentlemen on the Commission of tbo Peace:—
Nun, MiiAuTimit, Esquire, of Lako La
Hachc, for the Electoral Districts of
Cariboo and Lillooet,
FftEpKRiok Souks, Esquire, of Clinton, for the Provinco,
Gkoiuik Wiu.iwiioKT, Pkroival R,
Brown, John Cuthiiukt, Ch.-uu.kh W.
Ct,ifforu, and Wiu.iam H. Demi-stku,
Esquires, for the "Coast District," as defined in a notice issued under the pto-
visions of tbe ■*Miii0ralOrdiniV)ieo,18u9f*1
published in the Government Gazette en
tbe 18th December, 1800. ap28ml
PUBLIC_jS!OTICE.
HIS HONOR tho Liouteiiant-Gov
unioi' has been pleased to direct
that Chap. X., Section 7, of the "Regulations for the Examination of Public
Sohool Toachors," (approved 0th ,lauu-
nryi 1883,) be amended, by adding there
to, at tlio end nf the said section, tlie
following words, vlsu—'-or ho must be a
"Graduatebf some British University,
" who has proceeded regularly to his do-
" gree, and must satisfy the Examiners
"of his knowledge nf thonvtbf teaching,
"ami school discipline and management,"
By Command,
'.JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Soorotary.
Ppottincial Serrrlnn/'x Office,
Vicioria, II. C, UlMny, 1888,
niyO-lm.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
VALE   DIVISION   OP   YALE   DISTRICT.
\TOTJCrc IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbat
JS Eot 40, Group I, Yale Division of
Yalo District, has been surveyed for Mr.
L. A. Agassi?., as the laud which be
claims undor Pre-emption Record No.
282, dated February 0th, 1878. A map
of same cnu be seen at the Lauds ,V
Works Ollice, Victoria, and at tho ollice
of E. Dewdjiey, Ean,, Commissioner,
Yale, whero forms of Proof ond Declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimants to
this land must prove up their claims as
provided iti Section lo of the Land Act,
187", withtu throe mouths from the date
of this in,,..-..-.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands &, Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, March 12th, 1883.
(mh'iljeO)
^£M
Provincial Seouktauv's Qm*ioe,
Wil May, tS83,
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has boon pleased to make tho
following appointments 1—
Anuukw Cuaui.ks Elliott, Esquire,
to bo a Stipendiary Magistrate for tho
Province of British Columbia.
RoiiEiiT Wilson, of McDamo Creek,
and Jo3F.ru Ci.kauuiuk, of Lakoton, Esquires, to be Justices of the Peaco for
tlie Electoral District of Cassiar.
Charles Aucjuhtus Sf.mi.in, Esquire,
of Cache Crook, to bo a Notary Public in
the Province ot British Columbia.
iuy23-lm
PUBLIC   NOTICE,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that an Order of the Honourable
Executive Council, approved on the
30th August,  1870,   which reserved
certain lands in the vicinity of Port
Simpson from pre-emption, has been
rescinded by an Order   in Council,
approved tbe 30th March, 1883.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner L. & W.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, May 8th, 1883.
my 16-1 m
ISTOTIOE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE, AND OF
Nisi Prlus, and of Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery,
8111 be held at LYTTON, on Monday
with June, 1883,   By command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Vicioria, B.C.. May 4th, 1883.
my 16-1 m
BOY AL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
DIl'ECTOHS FOU 1883-S4.
\v. K, lion!, Prcsliloiit,
.1. W. 1! Aiivnv, Vl.r-Pivsldenl.
AV.1I. KKAUY, Hoe.-Ti'oUK.
(J. K. t'Di'limihl, .Ins. C'linnlni;liain,.
II. Ellloll, 0. M..Mot*m«hlon.
ANNUAL REPORT
Tho Directors of lhe ltoyal Columbian
Hospllnl have to iv-iorl Uml ■Iniin-* Hie
.veiiw 1KS2-S:* (hero has heen a liuw In-
■■■•eiis-'ovei-'ir-'vlmis yi'iii-:' nf -■■iiii-nis tui-
-nillc-l to lln* Institution. This, wllh lhe
d--lni)i-lni-!-| state of t|-(- hnll-llm*. netrssl-
|:i!■■■! -.il ii-civii**!'.] ex*:-.-inlitinv.    Ymi Will
nolli-i-In the Trcnsun-r's n-|>o--i tlml over
-."ilin lias ln-.-ii cx-H-nd-il on ivpith-s, over
-■inn nn fin-nltim-, unit >ILM;Ion i-lollihij-,
mnkih;- n lotul of alimil ;7WI, wliii-li h:«l to
lie ■le-liH-U-U from over iveeiptN, whieh ean
not Ite enmited in Ihe iielinil expense* of
the Inslitullou. A hu*-*e uumliei-of pu-
LtontH have boon ntlmilleil.senl from lhe
Knlhviiy works about Yule, nml no emit rl-
hutlons have, been received from Ilie Do-
inliiion iiovernuieiii or tlio railway contractors towards the Mip-ini-i or this largo
ami Increasing class of paUonts,
In conclusion, WO have lo  rein-rale the
com ninl nt so frequently made byonrof-
I.--I.1I in-eileeessors as to the ne.-essily of
cslniillshliiKii-'llo (ur Incurables," mul
renoMiiMnirlf not entirety rt-e-mstruellni,'
the Hospital bnllillll-*.* Tbe necessity of
an Incrcnseil iirniii !s n self-evhlenl propo-
sillon, if lhe Hospllnl is lo take lis proper
placo mmii-jf (he clinrllable Inslllntlons of
British Coliiml-it*.
Annexed are the Treasurer's nml Surgeon's reports.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
NOTICK IS HEREBY QIYEN- that
the undermentioned lots ia
Group Two, New Westminster District,
have lieen surveyed, and a map of same
ean bo seen at tbe office of J, C. Hughes,
Ebii., Commissioner, New Westminster,
ami at the Landa k Works Department,
Victoria,
11 Hoc, No.
Unto.
Lot. arp. 3Hffl_
■131,   2, ,1. lliii-Uor, 10715, Mny 80,1873
■m,   'J, J.Muiii*-), 1527, Apl.in, ist:
401,   '2, J.CI11---.-1.111, 111)11, l-'.-ii -21, 1S77
■130.   3, I). Groyell, 1117, May 10,1870
The abmY or any other eliiiinauts to
the abovo lots thust prove up their
claims, in accordance with the provisions
of See. 15 of the Und Act, I8?5," within three months from the date of this
notice,
forma of proof and declaration can be
obtained at tho Lands and Works Office,
Victoria, and nt the Commissi liner's
Olliee, New Westminster,
WM. SMITHK,
Chief Coinniissionurof Lauds & works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., I2tll Mareh, )SS.i.
(mhSljoO)
Notice; to Claimants or Und.
COAST DISTRICT.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
IM the undermentioned lauds in Coast
Oihtiii't have been surveyed, and maps
of samo can be seen at Lliu Lnndi and
Works Department, Victoria, where
Forms of Proof and Declaration can be
obtained.
Ut, Itango. huh-.
1       3      .LQIiiyliiii, A|i|illiMtli)ll
tu'i'iicli'iH't Supl, 14,1883
3       2 " " .i.i
3 3      T. BllotUoll, lie-ellip-
tleii  lira., l.filW Jiiii-i   0,   "
4 3      W. II. Miillory,  Pro
Miil'litl. llm-., V-J-LAn-;. 30,18S1
0       3      T.SIeitlii.1l,.t|i|»!i.Mlii.n
topuivliimi Si-iil. S.1NK3
0 a    ,i. cimiii-.-*, I'MM-tnii-
ili<f, lit*-,. 009 Ana. a,   '
1 ,1     •l/jjj Whii'-v il'Rlf-
2 0      II. li. i 'riMmi-ill-i, 1'ro-
mii'illim Hint,, l.'-'ilUiL-it,   0, ISM
3 r,     .1. [i.WiinvN,l'r--ciim.
tlm, .[«■•.. I.'.VI o.*t.  is,   "
I      A     .1, n.Wiirri'ii, A|-|,llt-!i.
tlnil  In laiirlinsi. Sept. M, 18fc!
0       0      II. B. fli-1-i.m.nMij, An.
|.llrHtl»iitii|iiii-i'1niKi<.hiiii.3T, "
"        fi       J.WIIn I'i iiii-tlmi
Ilt4i.(  1,048 Mar. 24,1881
The above or any other claimants to
the above lots, must prove up tlieir
claims in accordance with the provisions
nf tbo "Land Act, 1873," within throe
months of the dntc of this notice.
WM, SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds & Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victorin, B.C., March 20th, 1883.
(mh28td)
SURGEON'S REPORT.
NKW WKSTSUKSTBIt, Apr. 12,1883,
Tu tin: lloanl of Maiitijicmcni of the ltoyal
Coinnthi'it, //-'.v'-iV'-'.- -IH'.vi U:mi:n: I li;iv>*
Mn-honor l«i sill-mil tin- full-win* stnle-
menl of easeH In the ltoyal Col tun I.imi
lliwpitiil lUirltiKltiu yriirlKIR:
Numliei-of undents UlluOr treatment in
the hospllnl (liirln-* Ihe year, mi; number
nroiit-hmrpnUenis, 1-VI.   Total, iM.
Nnmlier of ileulhs iliulnir lhe year, 11.
I'nuse of ilenlh: 1'unilvsls, 'J: li.-nrnlis-
en;-e, I; .lliihetes, l; ,le1iil!ly, I; -.'antfrene, I,
frncliire spine, I; exhaustion, ell'eels of se-
l would recommend Hint tliobuildluitbo
Ihorouj-lily whllewnslieil. Also, Mini u
nuise lie appointed lo assisl the Superin-
lemient iu his duties, whieh aivilally becoming more unliious.
I have the honor in bo,gotUlonion,yoiu*
oheilient servaul,
,1. A.SIVKWHKJHT, M.I).
TREASURER'S REPORT,
HK0R11T9.
lliihinei-on ItaiiilRlsl Miiroh, 1882...I
i;r.mi fiinul'iiv'l fiirlL'tiuiiilliseml-
lim-lUI Mareh, ISi!	
Ilie.lVi-il from puyltijjpiitlettts	
K.-i-eiveil from suliseriinhiiiN	
Doualloiisfroiii It. ('. I'huivh	
DoniKlinis fi Kplscopitl Oliuruh..
Ilalnuee still owing	
1 897 OS
-1260 00
120 imi
H7 W
il-J .'.u
37 IN)
11173 :»
Total .---80017 2
IIMTNUITUUKH,
 8 200 0
Milk	
Hfflffl     JMM__M_-k_^_-_
Orocorles  7:.i a
I H-ubb  4011
Meiit  701 7
llepnii-s  5)2 I
Meillealtilleiiihuire  :*\l \\
HU-waiil  HOO 0
Conk  anil li
WiisliliiffiiiitlMTiil-Mli:.'  l-'tl 7
Meilii-iil eolilfnils  211 h
Viretnhles, I Mr-Pi ^ pntaloes  141 it
Funerals    Ul o
llrenil.    'iW 2
t-'iirnlluie    100 fi
LlKhlx,iiml oil, eU-    ai:t
ClutlllliK      W 1
I'llnllnu'iillilmlverilsllif-      TA I
hisurnncQon imihlliiK  v> e
Slumps uml Hinllouery  •'tl 7
shlpplni*||iieurnl>1es  JW 0
Amllliitit, two years  20 0
Kxira uli-ht unrm'  SO 0
Klsh  22 2
l-'rull  r> 0
BunUrloa  :il o
Total M017 28
K.xnmiiieil nml fouiul corrcol.
JAS. AV. HARVEY, Auditor,
WM. II. JilUHY.TreiiNiirer.
IIISSOIIl OP PMITlllSlllo
THK PARTNEKSfflP HITHERTO
existing between W. II. Wright and
Itiifacl Vulenzuela, as general traders and
packers, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, All debts duo by the late firm
will be paid by Ilafnel Valoiizuoln, and
all aeeonnts owing to the lato linn to bo
pajd only to tlio said Kafael Valenzuela,
[Slgiiodji It. VALENZUKLA,
W. II. WiUOHT.
Wituoaai   E, Soijkh.
Clinton, 23d April, 1883.       [apiiS-lm
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Assessment Roll of tho Municipality nl Iticbmonil is now npen for inspection at tho house of lloyd k Kilgour,
NprMi Ann.
All poisons deeniing thonigolvoji improperly nBf-<jB$ed shall,wjtjiiu one mouth
from this date, notify the < 'Jerk of their
grotinda nf eompluint.
SAM. MILLKIt, C. M. C'
Hioluiiotiil, 14th May, 1883,        Im
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
. claims against tho Finn of ADAIR
* COMPANY, Pish Canners, Kroner''
Ulvcr, are rcpicstcd to forward the same
nt Olioo to their Solicitors,
MtiSHiw. DAV1K k POOLEY,       |
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd March, 1883, mh7
THE    PUREBRED
CLYDESDALE STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
and District Patrfl. Dam and Sire
imported from Suotland. Bright dapple
bay! 17 hands; weight, 1800 lbs. Will
make tho season, 1st May to Ist August,
at Cionzalo'u Farm, near Victoria.
TERMS: §25, duo lst Aug. Insurance &iT>, due when mare in foal; pasture,
igl per week. Half steamboat hires allowed to mares from a distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accidents, but
at risk uf owners of marcs.
J. D. PEMBERTON,
inbSltc P.O.Victoria, Box 246.
TIIE GIIMT ENGLl HEilEOl
iHiinevi'i'-fuiiiii-*
(hire for N'ei-v- v
ousDeblllly Kx-
liausti'ti VItiUll,v
of n ny k l a ti.
Wealuifss. Paralysis, Prosiii-
I tilth oeii'.iuul nil
the terrible el-
litis of inuihliil
maiiirer years.
Ogret1 to   forli-il
his spcoldl ndrte'i nnd tr««l*«t)w)||nn
cure, nr for ■nythlrg ImpBre OTlnf4*4«i
founii'.;. it. DB. MU'TlK Mvats all Dis-
oases niceeasfully without mercury.
Consultation free. Tlioiough oiaml-
nation anil ndvire, $5*00. Piico of Vltttl
RcstOrntlYC, 9«-00 n bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10*00; Bent to any
address upon receipt of prico, or O O. DM
secure from observation, and lu private
name if desired, by A, K. MINTIE,
31.1).
Those who cannot visit DK, MINTIE
in San Francisco should send it full and
minute BtiUpmeiii ol their iroublcs with
$25-00, and in return a full course of
Medicine will he forwsrdrd, sccuri-ly
packeii, so as not lo excite curiosity.
All orders lor medicine O. O. D. must
bo accompanied with $1.00 (as n j-uar-
antoc of good (tiiilt), which will bo do*
ducted when the package Is shipped,
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.-Scnt on
application by letter stating symptoms,
sex and age. Communications strictly
confidential. jny31-ly
II Keariiry Hired. Him Fianclscii, i'nl,
400 (icary Street,
SniiFrnnclaco,Cal
DR. LIEBIC,
COSTIXUKS TO TIIHAT liie-
-n'-i'.fiiiij* Oy Homoopiitliy
_J overy form nr Speckl or Chronle
U lilanaHo williniit Hercnry or Nun-
LU Hi-iiitri tn-iij:*. 1)11. ],1P,1U0'*<
QC IN'VlllOllATOlt istt|iii'iftlvoiuii1
Oiioriiinnont euro   for   Huiiilaiii
,     W-mkm-HS, Xi-i'v-iuit utiii I'tiyNli-al
H Pi'MUty, l*»t  Mnnliboil, Vltnl
(J) Bxliniistleti, mul nil tlm (-.ri'lblii
II* ruMitm ufnlniBi'tl mil tire, exctn-
*i- es iiiiil   yimllifiil foHk'-i.     Tlio
-•**-" llwtiir will iiRren in writ in-* tn
lai-M 81,000 far n t-:n.i* tli»l
liu innlortnKCH nntl fulls in cure
Tliu rosiEon tii un un aits onu tint
."'■t curi'il of Stiuliml WoiiIiihihb
unit lliu nlmvu iIIhi'ii-m'hIh owing
In ii i-oiiipljnitioii i-nllpil I'nuitn-
turrliun, which roqoiroH n spooittl
romcily.   Dlt.   I.ll-ima'S   IN-
Q VltlOltATOlt,  No. '2, is ii8|in.
Ocitli! Cum fur l-riwtiitori-hi'ii.
_. t'rlco of rlllivr 1 nrl|*.urnt<jrf fl
O I'm bottlo, or tt buttlos #10, *-nit
•j*" to iinytiiMroHi nccnrvl)' cover^l
5 fiiiaiolis«r'-nlinii, SimiiiuilWoiilt'-
Z notifl nail rr-jMnti-rrliott ilniiii v|-
•^ tiility from tlio huily unit cmlub
Snutnorou-i ilisvimuii Hint hnfllo
ordinary rucillcnl troiihiioal. It
nltowcil In emit imi ii, tlio niiniitll-
nil li>*n nllfc'ts tlio vital orgniiH,
which CfiUllM ilustniylii-* illitwii-ci-,
Cnusuni-illitii, Dinlii-tcs, Ilrii-lil'fi Pisunsc, Jiiim-
iUi-i*,1iifiiulty,oto. Kxi-i'MiM, Noil*nso, Almno.lu-
lu't'llt'ii Wrnktn-s.1, Mnliiulriiloii, Spinal uml Culo-
Iiml Cniii|il lialM I.i In-- nu Hid uliovo futnl illsi'UHM.
Ih'liility ninl SFliiinnl WeukiK'itfi «1i*>truct tlioini-
liorlnnt mul nccuHsni-y ucts of Hfo uml thoir enjoyments-. Cures 'lunrniiteo. Dlnonsos of tho Ooiil:
to-Urinui-j-Oignns, Kltlaey, Mvu|- nml Uliniilur n
F|)cejnlty. Thu muay rnmiitiiiiitif mnt ilUensti-i of
woliioti K-ii-i-iiily i■hi-t'il, i-iiiii-iilliitloll ut oilieo o'v by
letter, freantiiirimtlilenllnl. * 1U-i<|-<>,i«11i1<- |iurtios
cun nrrnn-'e puyinoiit-i in the witni' iitnuucr ui tbey
wonl.l oiuiiloy Ilioir fuinlly iibyiiiiun. Strictest"
secrecy niuiiitnincil.
ONE   IIO'l'TI.K    VI1EK.
Kogulnr Slito Ruttlo of either Invigorator Sent
Free to bIiow Iho woiiiloifnl  proitorties of tbe
Oroutost liivi-jnriiloi- Known to Moilera Si-lentlHts.
Stiitu f-viniitiitii-t, uro, if mnrrloit, Ac,
Cullurmlilnsi Pit. UKllIO A CO., No, JOO
floury Shout, corner Mnmm, Suu Fruaeii-co, Cnl.
I'livnte oiitninoo, 4n."t .Miisciu Street.
Qu.Uimii AMD ItESPOKSUilJ.—DR. I.lKHIll k
CO. Oigniil/oil in cotiiiillnncn with Cnlifornja l»>j*.
Diploimi jirwnreit by regnlnr oollone eiracfttlQO,
17 yonr* sJhtIhI prnrtico, mul ilaly llroimril lu op.-t
corilnnce with Cnllfortiiu Mod I nil hnw. <1o9
EARS
Foo
FOR THE
MILLION I
Ohoo's   Balsam
Shark's Oil
of
t* mlr«-
1 pro.
IWtivoly Reatoroa tlio Hearing, ami
ia tho Only ^bspliito Qnyo fW
Deafness Klibivn,
Tlii" Oil In ulmtrncteil frum peculiar Npeclosot
-in-ill White Shark, rntighl in tho Yellow
Bon, known ns O.iRcitiiiuiios Hoshblktu. Every
Cbliienu Itsborinnn known It. Its virtue us u
i-i-Hii.iiitive nf bcui'iii(* wus iliscoviTod by nlluiltl—
li:-t I'i i-i uiluut tbo your 1410. lis cures were so
.nn.i.i.iii-..:..! mnilj-so Hi-rtiiliiffly ml '
ciiIouh, tlml tbe romeily wus   olllcinlly |
d-ihiii-il nvi-r tbe oiillre Kliijilro,    lln line f)M	
so iiiilvf-M.il thnt for over 300 yearn ho
lii-itl"m»» lint oxlrttvil among the I'hU
nci-e |icn|i1i'. Sent, clmrgoa -ire-iulil, to nny
.i l-lr-« il rl.im liei-ln.ttlo.
Henr WlniMhc llcaf my,
It hns noi '"iiui'il u liiiriiolo fn in.* cn-ii.
I linvt- mi uneurlhly n lines in my bonil uml hi-ur
llllll'll I'll. I .
I hnvo been f-i-ently bumilllloit.
My ilosifni'in bel|ieil u f-ioul ileal—think iimitber
battle will cure HID.
"lUvirliiMnruuNOUHrio.-tABUtmnl it« cuus<
riVB OlMliACTM AUBOU'TB, Ml TUB WH1TEB CAS Plilt-
SONAtW TKbTirV, IIOTII I'llOH KXPRBIRNOBAIUtOB-
BBBVATIOM. Willi' nt oiii'e to llAVI.OCK k JBNXBT,
7 Hoy flini, Now Vm-k, enclosing $1.00, ami you
wilt rocplro by roturii a rqmnly tbut will eanblo
ynu ti) beiir like unyt>oi]y else, nml whose cnrutlvp
ellorls w||| he 'leriHiiueilt.    You will  lievvr I'l'iii"!
.iniiic to, "-i;minn of HWMttTiW Ukvibw, '    •'
i-.v'l-i uvohl In-, in  Hie Malls,  (iloiiH,. semi
niuaey by Ki'|*;Utert-(i li<-ltt-i-.
Only Imiiorlvil hy
IIAYIiOCK &  .1KNNKY,
7 Doy St,, N. Y. *
Sole Ageiltx fu>' Ami-limit imtyl
DR. SPINNEY & G0:S
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. BPINNIflY, well known ns the Amu.
tier of Hid Moulroul, 'C. I-;.) Meilieul Instl.
  -I..II..1--i'f.|.n,i., -i nn sI'1nm:yvii,i.k
INFlllMAHY, wuoM moit rps|mclfully Inliirra
bis imllents nml the afflict oil gaiiorally, tlmt bu
still contlaucH to trcnt chronic nml nervous ills.
I'llsi-s Wil Ii llll|Hlt illli-loil Micce-M.
LADIES AND GENTLBWEN.
COMB AND BE HEALED.
I' mnjtPM iio| w|iiit yoin* ti-'iibh"1 fliuV hgiJiUftil
nml lot the Di.i-ii.i- i-xunilno yiii|ri-ine' at m\
rout ynu nuthlti]- f..|- [■oii-uillntion, Honli'inai rail
nml m\*(y yuuriclvr* wbolliur lliu lloclnr umlor.
Htnivln vourcu-io, I) buenn cure vou ho will tell
yon ho- If nut, bo will Ml you thnt, tin- lie will
nol un-lei Iniio u rune inili'i** he Ik oonlbloat of er.
roetiiiKainilu.
1'iirili-' ut a illktunoe Wlrihlni; treutnieut, by
si-inlliiL' ill nml n minute ilc>icrl]ilbni of their
tioiilile.- will rci-uivu In roturii n full amino n|
tteiituient xei-urelv iniekeil hu iu> not to excllu cu-
rio-iity.
DU. Hl'lNNMYivlll -iniii-miloe to forfeit Fire
Ilnmlrnil  liollari* for every eauo of nny kind or ,
cllivrnctbr which bo niulertakon ami l)ill« fn cnr-».,
T. S.~Kor illnoanei of Kbort ntnmlln-*, a nil)
coiime uf meillcliion, -uilllileul for n euro, with
nil inotriicllmiri, will bo mint tu uny uiltlrewi on
rocol'it of $10,
Onllor Atlibemi
Dr. Ml'lNNKY * CO.,
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