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Array Crovorn-icnti Gttettt
THE MITISH COLUMBIAN
Ewrj Wednesday A Saturday,
D. ROB80N & CO.
•FFia.COUIMIIAITIIKT. EmtWrTO EDI-
TMui mi BgiiHEtt gmnwur thumb T. «.
PUIIHtCri. KMAllAlllKISY ITOII.
TEKMS~By Mall, SSay.an UK for.tool.t
tl Itar I mot. t nsjabla In AdTsnce. Dellfered
by Cairler or Agant, SI per quarter, payabl.
quvterr/to Oerfier orAgent.
AOENTt
T.N.HiuiaACo.	
T.D.ruuiNaci. -
• Vimii-.
 Yau.
1. P. FltHEIt AaantklBl Ajent, 81 Merchant'.
may bs ftmnd en file .t
Geo. p. rtowell k Co.'s
..jwepiper Advertising Bureau (10 Bpruce Bt.l,
where Mvartlalng oontrsots may be mul. for It In
Iht British Columbian.
Wedaesdny Horalai, April II, law.
1 ——**——m »■—
Federal Polities.
Hon. Edward Blake's auetoh on
tha Orange bill ia aaid by many to
have bean the beat ever delivered
il) the Canadian House of Commons.
The Ottawa correspondent of the
Week, after referring to thia speech,
BJSyt: "Thia brings up considerations
af the present state ot affairs with
the government. Although Sir
John is, in the words of the now
famous Wilkinson, 'its smart as a
cricket,' yet it is clear he cannot hold
his position long enough to bring a
man forward ns his successor. Sir
Leonard Tilley ia an older man, in
faot if not in yean, than Sir John,
and Sir Charles Tupper seems to
acknowledge that he haa no reason
to aspire to lead the Conservative
forces, After these comes Sir Hector Langevin; and after him a lot of
nobodies. Not but that there are
clever men in the ranks, among them
Mr. Dalton McCarthy, Mr. Hector
Cameron and Mr. Thomas Wliite;
but no man can hope to step from
the ranks to the place of command.
There seems to be a struggle now iu
progress between Sir Leonard and
Sir Hector for the cliief place at
late sittings of the Commons and on
other occasions when tbey aro together and Sir John is absent The
other evening-or rather morning,
for it was after midnight—Mr.
Blake crossed the floor to speak to
the occupants of the government
benches. Sir Hector was near the
baok.of the Chamber speaking with
one of his supporters, but, when he
saw the opposition leader approach
iug aa if to speak to Sir Leonard,
he came quickly forward and entered, as of right, into the conversation, A few minutes later a member of the opposition rose to ask a
question of "the .leader of the
House." The words were hardly
out of his mouth when Sir Leonard
rose to reply, as if to prevent Sir
Hector having any possible excuse
for speaking. If Sir Leonard hopes,
as he seems to do, for the leadership
he is deceiving himself. He has no
following worth mentioning, and no
man of any force of character at all
wonld follow a leader who has only
his respectable record to recommend
him. But, it Sir Hector Langevin
takes the lead he cannot hope to be
successful unless he hss a strong
English-speaking partner. Them is
no suoh man on the government aide
of the house. If Sir Hector has
personal ambition .to satisfy he must
seek an alliance with Mr. Blake.
Will the great Edward be satisfied
some dsy to have a member of the
old Pacifio Scandal Cabinet for an
ally, or will he put his foot upon Sir
Hector's ambition and rule the victorious party alone? The answer to
thii question, like Mr. Blake's accession to power, must come after Sir
John hu dropied the reins' of bis
own accord. There was a bolt of
five of the French Conservative
members on the license question the
other evening. They argued that
the law was now clear that the
licenses were nnder the control of
the provinoial legislatures. That
being so,'in law as well as in fact
ot many years' standing, they declared they would not submit to
Men) interference in the matter.
It is a noticeable fact that after declaring several times that the McCarthy Act would be enforced, Sir
John baa consented to submit a case
to the courts to decide as to the
constitutionality of the law."
Columbia^
VOLUME 26
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1884.
Ny
Saved bra Prayer. •
An Erie special dispatch to the
'Philadelphia rimes, dated March 8th,
says: The following brief news item
appeared in a local paper on Thursday:
Richard Can, an old Canadian octo-
' a, who und on the other .Id. of
the Uk. for many yean, died on Monday
last and was taken to Ontario for inter-
aunt. B. wu once sentenced to he
hanged.
It wu seen by Dr. M, J. Clark of
this city, and the doctor furnished the
following account ot Cart's aseape from
the sallow. "I had no idu that Oarr
wu living on this side of thelske, or
that ha wu living at all. Not having
heard anything of him for thirty years
I Btropoaed him long since dead. His
arrest, conviction, sentence and escape
an events clowly connected with my
family and my childhood, my uncle,
Rev, John Ryerson, being the clergy-
man who attended Can to the scaffold
and who prayed against time for the
pmpose of charting the hangman. He
succeeded, and this is how it all happened at V'ttoria, a Canadian village
just across thd Iske, about fifty yurs
So.   Who did Oarr kill)  No one.
e wu a quiet and inoffeiuive young
man.
One day, I remember well, the village wu thrown into great excitement
by tbe discovery of a crime tor whioh
the penally wu death. The whole
village of Vittoria wu in an uproar.
Soma one had stolen an oi. A diligent
aurch resulted in the discovery of the
hide, and suspicion fell upon Oarr,
who wu known to he poor, snd in
whose hoiuo the odor of cooked meat
still hung. Ths village Dogberry and
Shallow dignitaries, that ware next to
daltUe in my eyes thsn, suoondad in
extorting • confession cf guilt from
Oarr and another poor fellow named
Smith. The culprits were brought to
trial, and a jury of twelve feBowmeii
found no difficulty in consigning both
to the .cffcld, after the learned judgo
had expatiated for hours upon the enormity of the crime against God snd
man.
"Sentence of death wu passed upon
Oarr and Smith, and they would probably have buen executed the nest day,
but I supposo the sheriff thought it
would bs regarded u ungontlemsnly
and unfriendly if ho did not arrange
the time ao lhat his distant constituency could get in to witness the sight.
Travel was slow in those days of no
railroads. Anions those who were
horrified and shocked at the spprosch-
ing execution were my uncle, tho
spiritual adviser of the poor fellows,
and Dr. John Rolf, whose memory
still ciings to the village. The Rev.
John Ryerson wu brother to Dr. Egerton Ryerson, D. D., superintendent
of education in Ontario; who died two
years sgo, the house, of parmnant
adjourning to attend the funeral.
"Dr. Rolf wu more excited thsn
any othsr of Smith and Oarr1. sympathizers snd he determined to ride to
Toronto and intercede with the kov
ernor, who, I think, wu Sir John
Oolborne. Before departing on his
hazardous errand of mercy, Dr. Rolf
was closeted with my uncle, Rev. John
Ryerson. The latter subsequently told
me thst he had agreed to delay tbe
hanging all he could by making the
dosing prayer as long as his strength
snd power of utterance would permit,
provided that Rolf had not returned,
flood Dr. Rolf calculated on getting
back a few hours before the time set
for tbe execution. He set out on the
swiftest horse to be lisd in tlio village,
but the peoplo had little faith in his
ability to make the journey in time,
and less faith in the governor's inclination to interfere. The days Hew on
and the people flocked in from the
surrounding country. Uncle John did
all he oould to comfort the doomed
men and lead them to a realization of
a greater mercy than man's, but they
refused to be comforted. The fatal
morn came, but without any tidings
of Dr. Rolf. The hour arrived and
the men were led out to die. Privato
hangings had not come into fashion
then. It was considered good and
wholesome for the common people to
witness the awful and just punishment
of the horse, sheep, or cattle stealer.
The gallows was erected out in the
open and in full view of nll. It was
a rude structure, on whioh the village
carpenter may not have expended moie
than two hours' labor.
. "Smith and Carr were placed in position, and when the hangman's littlo
preliminaries were over the sheriff wu
informed that all was ready for the
parson', final blessing or prayer. Then
Rev. Ryerson got down on hi. knees
and began the longest and most remarkable prayer on record. His voice
wu low purposely, for he wished to
husband his vocal strength. He prayed
for about twenty minutes without ere.
ating remark, for lung prayer, ware
not bu distasteful then u now. But
when he entered upon the second half
hour great restlessness wu manifested.
Tho sun noured down upon the uncovered heads and many did not hesitate
to say aloud that they were getting too
muoh of a good thing. The sheriff was
impatient and the hangman looked
weary. The proceedings made him
tired. Even the poor wretches waiting death showed signs of annoyance,
for uncle hod not told them of his compact with Dr. Rolf. The murmurs
rose higher and higher, but uncle
prayed on without ceasing. An hour
passed and he wu still on his knees.
There wu no relevancy in his appeal;
He merely uttered words and disconnected phrases to consume time. The
muscles of his throat contracted, his
tongue was dry and clove to his mouth
and his voice wu husky, but he prayed
on, the words falling without meaning
upon his hearers.
"He told me later that he did not
know what he wu saying, and that the
only Teal prayer uttered in thnt time
was a silent one snd composed of four
words: 'God huten Rolf's footsteps.'
Whenever 1 Bee the play of Dctuum
and Pythias, I am reminded of that'
fearful scene," continued Dr. Clark.
"At the end' of an hour and n half
there was quite an uproar, and the
discontent hsd almost become a riot,
when a voice oried: 'Here comes Dr.
Rolf I' My uncle did not hear or heed
the new tumult that now arose, but
prayed on, becoming weaker each minute. Soon ths horseman approached
near enough to be recognised, and tho
doctor dashed up to the very foot of
the scaffold, scattering people right
and left. He wu too weak to speak or
move, but the nun in the crowd
snatched a document from his hand
and mounting on the back of the
bone, shouted: 'Reprieve! Reprieve!'
It wu bo, and that ia how Oarr and
Smith were saved."
3*1   H. MATHKRg, M. D.
men—Columbia St., opposite PostolHce.
ltESiDLKCE—St. John street, opposite th.
Public School, New Westminster.
mhliMc
MARK S. WADB, >I. D„
PHYSICIAN 4 BUBGEON,
ies to announce to the people or Surrey, Lnnsley, Ac, that he ha. taken up
Ills residence on Southeast Hot Section
24, Township 2, about 1$ mile north of the
Serpentine Kiver, on Coast Meridian road.
P. 0. address, clover Valley.        'o!o-tc.
A BOH. MACLEOD, B.A., M.D., CM.
PHYSICIAN A SUKOEON.
Late of the New York Polyclinic. Graduate of Mcfllll University, Montreal.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE- Opposite
City Hotel, New Westminster.
aul-le.
TOH.1 OAHROW, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ASUBrJEON.
PFICB AND HKSIDESICE,  St.xt
J Door to Hiinnlslde Hnloon, OKAN-
-ILI.E, B. I. Office Hours-Sto 10a.m.;
1 to a, and 4.80 to s p. m. All calls promptly attended to. -allto
VIL1
H
M.COOP»H,B. A.,M.D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
'Colnmbia street, .New Westminster
Arrangements are.bclng made for an
extensive Auction Sale nf SV.lKsl.te. to
lake placo In May Next. Parties desirous
ot disposing of their farms, etc., will do
well to place the same In tho hands of the
ahove. .
All commissions will receive prompt
mid careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhl2-lc
A Successful Dynamiter.
"Why, howde do, Jink.) How
spruce you sre looking. What business sre you in now? ssid a retired
book agent.
"Same old bualnsss—selling books,"
uid Jinks.
"What! still a hook agent)"
"Yes."
"And .lire?"
"I sosm to be."
"Well, I can't understand it. Since
I got out of the hospital I hare given
up books."
"I keep ou, and am making 820,000
a year."
"How de yuu manage to escape
death!"
"Buy enough. I first introduce
myself u sn ageut of Mr. O'Donovaii
Roast, and uk for a subscription to
the dynsmite fund."
"People rsfuu, of ooursef"
"Csrtslnly. Thsn I tako out of my
pocket a can vf briekdust, labelled in
big letters, 'Dynamite,' and begin to
expatiete on its merits,"
•■Yes."
"They beg me to handle it carefully
and put it away. Then I place it in
my coat-tail pocket."
"Oh, hoi"
"After that I open my samples snd
talk book to them until they buy, and
they don't dare to kick mo."—PhUa-
delt-hia Call,
Wolr«i ere io tarn* in the northern
put of El Pmo county, Texas, that
tht-ycorat right up tu tht MUleiV
doori to Mt children.
OFFICE and HESIDENCE-Church St.
(next door to Farmers' Homo), near
Columbia HU, New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE IIOUKS-flto io o.]ii.; Ito Sand
8.30 to 8 p. m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fc2tc
C,
IT. TREW, M. D, H. C. P. * »., O.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Surgeon B. C. Penitentiary, Surgeon New
Westminster Jnll, Coroner for the I)ln-
trlot. OrFiCK-Corner of Clarkson and
McKenzle streets.   Residence, Mary St.
Hfl-lfrtC
R
I. UKSTI.EV, M,B.,».C.P.* S.,0.
PHYSICIAN A BURGEON.
Burgeon to Koyal Columbinn- Hospital,
Mculcnl Officer io tlio Asylum for the Insane. OpFica—.tgncs street, next Mr. C.
0. Major's residence, Now Westminster.
British Columbia. ' scl5-tc.
pORBOULD * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—Comer Clarkson and Mary Sts.,
New Westminster, B. C.
m   NORMAN BOLE,
*     BAHBISTER-AT-LAW.
Land A gen I.   "faney te Loan.
New Westminster, B. C.
mhl2-2m
TJ   W. ARMSTRONG,
'   BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
XTOTAIfsr   pt/blio,   no.
Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. 0.
M
OURAY * FRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsoniinlng and Puper-Hang-
Iiir. Shop—Clarkson street, opposite the
Now Westminster Jail, Now Westminster,
British Coiumbin, op2-tc
II. F.. OROASDAILK, A. W. JONBS.
OROA80AILE & JONES,
Keal Estate A (teats aad Broker*.
particular attention paid to the sale of
farming lands.
Money to loan nt low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Iju-go lists of town and country property
for sale.
Port Moody Agent, Hr. Charles Foster.
Office—Government St. near Broughton,
Victoria, ft. €.    P 0 box 161.       BpS-tti.
JOSEPH  80L0STONE,
Auctioneer & Valuator!
CITY AUCTION ROOM,
NKW   WESTMINSTER,  R  0.
'-arties having Furniture, or anything to
dispose of, would do well to communicate
with the nbovc. jaSStc
JAMES  MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLO MBIA   STrtCET,
IQ|ip. Colonial Herel)
NKW   WKSTM1N8TKR.
ir Several good Farms for Sale and to
LMse. nolo
MESSRS.
KpHptfc'fully ben to Inform the publio of
New Westminster nnd District that
they havo commenced business ns
Lfttid Surveyors ^Draughtsmen
Heal Estate Brokers 6 Agents,
Conveyancers, Accountants, Ae.
And are now prepared to recelvo Instructions tn tboir sovcral branches.
All business placed in their hands will
receive prompt attention.
They have for salo Town and Huburban
Lots In New Westminster,,
Town Lots at l*ort Moody, IVirt Hammond and 1,0'h on town sites ut
, Heatings, Granville nnd
English Hay
Alsofarmlnic lands on the Lower Fraaer.
Offlce—FitoNT Street,
W. H. FALDING,
ACCOUNTANT,
Land -A-g-eiit,
COLLECTOR ANI)
CUSTOM HOUSE BBOEEfi.
OFFICE: —Next to tlie Custom House,
decl-to
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—A»n—
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for Ike TRAVKUUBS' U»
Mid ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE:—Columbia Street.,   New
Westminster. *       deO
Every Han lo his Own Business
JJL:   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL),
NKW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Phyilclsns' Prescriptions and Family Beclpes a Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr2J*
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
AOHNTS   SOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON* CO.,
36 Fiiiahury Circus,
London, E. C.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDEB& CONTRACTOR
COME AND SEE
BoodTines Bare Come A^ain, Sojrs!
TIHE PHOPKIETOB, JAMES TDHN-
BULL, ImvlnB iiks'ij taken possession
untie TEJirEKAsICE BOISE frontlnfon
Columblu and Church streets, opposite
Episcopal Church, City 6( New Westminster, B. 0., and now known as tho
FARMER'8   HOME,"
Will accommodate all his old friends and
the nubile Kenerally who fnvor him wllh
acall.nt old prices. Board per day, ,1,00;
Board ner week, 85.00! Single Meals, 25
conMl Beds, 2.1 cents. S»" Hood accommodation for Ladles and Families.    au2fltc
CBOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT  STREET,
Viotorfi|-:
British  Columbia,
STEIKWAf	
■UBKNAN	
ihiihkkim; ..
■AINEK	
.riANOS
PIIVO*
... riANO#
... rums
w. beli. a co-tPAirrs ORSASS
FURNITURE I
THE UNpERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style,
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Storo. au5to
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER * MANUFACTURE-! OF
w
AM) ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
'ILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos aud Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W„ will re.
ceive prompt attention. jy28to
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND BE.
PAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Ultimate! Furnished.  Saws Sharped and Set.
SHOP—Merchant Squiire, Columbia St,,
New Weiilmtnsler, in ronr of Thos. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. felO
DILLEY, MOONEY & GO.,
STEAM.
FILE DEIVEBS
WHARF-BUILDERS, &C.
Hoisting or all kinds, and Lightering done on short notice.
ADDRESS-N.W Westminstor, B. C.
(su25to)
BOOTS and SHOES
- FBOM
HEATHOBN'S
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'wp under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast.. New Westminstor.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPRESS  COMPANY
(MMITE1H
Tho ntU'iiiiim of tho publio is called to tlio
REDUCTION
In eur FAlM   mt S:\prrttn   FrrlRht llllrt
Money  Uemlltanres  Item Vleiiirtn
nnd Intermedin!*- ihiIrI*. nnd lo
*Miiitlni»niMl pulalH aa t hr Eh»I
foil-.*.
HPaolcaerea and Parcels
NfitrontrtlnliiBniiyextnivniuabloordnii-
j-vri-iis -'-im-tuiin<l.«, urnler
lft Ihu to Ynlo , aiPimlH
ifl Km frmn Vlutorlu i'i (•mils
In riii-rAicy or hunk nnli-i-,liiMir---, nirnln<-t
nny Iohs whau-vor, i>r*r $100
To or from Vlotorin sWoeht*i
Tn tn frum Yh!-' A nil (minis In tin-
interior ; 60 cents
FItANK H. BAUNAltH, Malinger.
KRKI) 1IOMKU, Froni. Niri-ol, Ment lit
New Wontmlnntcr. np2-tt-
Wood Turner
WANTKU     CONSTANT   KMI'LOY-
Ini'tlt will Ik* Klvcn lo n MiitrullL'lllv
compolciit mnn. Apply nt llio
lilliltMr DOMINION HAWMII.1..
Meed Oats.
a bout bhvkmtkkji tons or
J\ Hliumion Oata for Hale.   Klrst-rlnss
for sent.  Apply to
mh»lm W, 0, FERRIS,
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room. Fire-proof Buildinq,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
•tar Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stoek, Stook in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above, Offico of the British Colnmbia Wire. Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch,
•flee of nnrber Hauler aad Pert Wai»
— DEALERS IN	
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
tale, b. o.
A   LABOB   STOCK   ALWAYS ON
A   oand. Ooods not la stock will he
owe red promptly.
N'-JBeaW.. sad  M.fa.ln.i supplied from all parts of the world.
Prompt attention given to orders by
mail.
Jnaitol    A. O.JOHNSTON, Maimer.
B. C. A. A.
1
FIRST PRIZE!
KURTZ&CO
-FOR	
CIGARS
[Signed]           A. PEELE, Seo.
 (oc!7tc)	
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA.
In calling the
Of this city mid surroundings, I wish
to state that I have
tT-ast  Keceived
A large and
Ml
Of Indies' mid Children's
BOOT AND SHOES
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
I iviali to impi-imn it forcibly on tlieir
minds thnt
No Store in this City
- Can show a Larger ov
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And that no store
SELLS AS CHEAP
An inc.
Country orders carefully and promptly
filled.
MRS. EMMA GOLD,
ColnmbiaSt., opp. Kwcn's Cannery.
iicH-to,
C. P.N. CO., Limited
ITOtflOE.
rpilB  ABOVB  COMPANY   Jl.vlna
X   mnde nrrngemcntfl Willi tlie
rt-intlan -.'otitic Railway of British (olumbls,
Tor transportation of Frel.ht and Pnsson-
Kers from Mnplc Kldae to nil points In
Interior ns fnr ns llio rond has Iteen «om-
pleUMl. the 1'ulille nre hereby notified thnt
oi'i'mtlons will lienlii early In Mnreh, of
whlcli.dnenollee will he Riven, nnd time
tnblo published.
JNO. HIVING, Mnnnaw.
T. L. EBTOQS, Acent, New West.      feme
THE UNDERSIGNED
begs to inform the Hotel-
Keepers and others of New Westminster and vicinity that he has
been appointed agent for the delivery of the celebrated Fai©
J_J.e and 2?CXt@X of the
Vancouver Brewery, which was
awarded two first prizes and a
recommendation at the late Provincial Fair.
All orders will be promptly
attended to. Families supplied
by the keg, imperial measure.
W.D.FERRIS.
New Westminster, 27 No.., 1883.      (to
NEW WESTMIf;
Tie Only fm.
in tiie I
TUG chums
18 under thk c?
experience;.
thk undersign)-,
to anooonoato L<
has purohaaed* tha al
■verything will ,b» four
at reasonable rates.    _
Tkt Pm-Im-1 ud "
■Oltl are under thf"-
of Mas. Austin.       s
 ,s
Private Dining Rem,,
Families and Prt-
A Prints Besnlf
modious,   comfortably 1
well supplied with boo
provided for the use of ]
Ia supplied with tbe   _
Wises, Liouoks, Cins"
JNO. i
I
TH
HASTINCt
THIS FINE AND.
new Hotel has bee |
pleted and is furnished
venienos for the comfort
situation and aceommod
passed on Burrard Inlet£
oome the moat fashions"
WATERING:
In British Columbia,
chuminf, the torn breei j
ing, and the facilities
boating are excellent,
and Dining Rooms.   S-
meota for families or p
ia  entirely detatehed
bnilding. I
AT The Hotel is undi
iuperintendence of Mrs—
First-class stabling an
es. Busses to and from
iter twice a day.
jySStc
GEO. BL
Doai&ion Saw Mill Co.,
(UMITED.)
RICHARD STREET. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
Manufacturers and Dealers in all
kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
jc-cracB-ssixt.
Shingles,
Lalli,
-Pickets.
&c, &c.
Orders   from   the   country
promptly   filled.
ESTIMATES
of quantity and cost of material for
building   carefully   prepared
free of charge.
rirnt>rlnHH  arnln>f4RiHl   FImtIm  a
K|wrlall.T.
J. B. HENDERSON,
no24toJ Maxaoer,
Executors' Notice.
Ktl'.VTK UK  FltANOIB  Ul'KSi',   HKCKASKH.
ILL FHHMIDIB IIAVINO   ANY
\ i-lnltn ARMastthO lato Francis Guest,
..jrmt'i'l.v onjiHiKli'y, farmer,(iwenM-d.aw
rcoulroa to Hcnil (tic snme In writing, with
full iwrtleiilnn, i>mp«rly verlflwl, to John
ArmHtronjr, Mud Bay, wltliln one month
froth thin ilate; and all por-toiis tiidcbted
to the sold Fi-anOlfl Guest are required to
prtv to the Mild .Tohii AniiNtmiiff tliu
amount of their Jndohtcdncsw within one
month from dntc.
Dated the lut ilny of April, im.
JNO. ARMSTRONG,
WM.A.MCKENZ1K,
ap'Min .   Executors.  .
Teacher_Wanted.
A   tUMPISTBIITTKACHBRwRnt.
A. rd for [diiiRiey Pratrlo School. Dulleit
wbeft h May 1st, Apply to .
aplCtd ADAMlSNEH.flee'y.
Granville
GRANVII-
BURE^BD    i
Xewly Billt and Hew*
Larje sua Comi
— 8
NiOFmiirHomii
Commands an unbroken'
magnificent sheet of wi
Coal Harbor, the fnt«
of   tho   Canadtai
Railway.
sinn or Mom n
sr Visitors and TouriL,
quiet and pleasant restty
Tho scale of charges w
lie strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the p
JOSEPH  M*
K8TABLI81IK11
ROBT. DICK-
BUTCH
'i
nearly Owoslle the (i(
NEW WESTMI
THE LARGEST ANI,
assortment of nil der
MEATS AND wf,
Constantly on hand, and sia
'lies, Restnursnte, end stc
LOWEST POSSIBLI-
fi
notij;
OTICE IS HBRBDYGlV
Intend muk I im applr
lof CommlKNloncrof lapi
tor pennlsHlon to pure-lint*-
miHiirvcycd land situate lit
lon of Yale District, and do
lows: Commenolntf nt u l«
on the eaat bnnk of the ()«,-
where It lmues from swan _
cant ttchaliiN to po.it ma"
■miith 40 ehniim to pctHt mar «
wcNt-tOchalUHtoimstmorl ,
north to chains to point,„
ment. HUGH ARf*
Pentloton, Okanogan MP
4th, IWi p. tion.
m»lrl»K *Usn to
m  m
:, 9tb April, 1884.
request tliat. you
i put in nomfna-
n^ election of a,
tbe -fity of Now
■«-> vi nclal 1 ^e-fflHla-
member; and we
a«I support.
—X-a—t_--+.Y-
X>   2kCA-S7*V   Otiikrs.
pllance wltl» your
y I -will ofTer iny-
tlie approaching
clo not -desire tno
onorable one; but
w I 111 niE to sacrifice
he call ox duty.
ORMAN BOLE.
ad Dealer in
IDWARE,
a
Lchinery.
tt for
»•    Bnckeyr   Hfow-
■fcnloc. Hoofiler   *
aat   Seeder.
ism        ^VatcoiiH,
CHalmewa*    Kite.*    Ktc.
it Street,
A.,  B. C.
MINSTER
jefl Store
■eceived and oners
o nt
Rates
bra Hour,
;ra Flour,
lII Bands.
5IsICJTED
HAtJCK.
Saw
STOVES
E.S.Scoiillai'&(]o.
Have juat rcoehed per
NORTHERN PACIFC RY.,
A large consignment of
STOYRB
 AKD	
RANGES
From the celebrated manufg firm of
E.C. GURNEY&CO.,
Hamilton, Ont.
fos. & Co,
id   dealers in all
is of
isecL Lumber,
ke«.  Pickets,
BOXES
Theso stoves embrace the
NEWEST * BEST DESIGNS
And cannot be excelled by any others in
the Province. Having been imported
direct, they will bo sold at very low
prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.,
Columbia   St., New   Westminster, B. C.
apl 2-to
THK SPIJ3NDID HORSE
BLACK HAWK MORGAN, JR.
Will stand for servico this season at
NEW WESTMINSTER,   LANGLEY, CHILLIWHACK
AND SUMAS.
BLACK HAWK MORGAN,
Junior, has taken 3 stiver
medals, 1 gold medal, nnd
1st prize at the Oregon tstnte
Fair, when 4 years old.
 —BLACK HAWK MORGAN, JUNIOR, wus bred by Mr. Bury, of
Clnrasvllle, County of Elgin, Ontario; Is
rising 14 yearn old; Is a beautiful black;
stiinda 16 hands :i Inches high, nnd weighs
1300 lbs; he was sired by the Davis Bhick
Hawk Morgan, he by Lamphor's Blnek
Hawk, he by the old Vermont (or Hill's)
Black Hawk, he by Sherman Morgan,und
be by Justin Morgan. The dam of the
1 m vis Black Iin wk Morgun was si rod by
Ton true, be by Sir Timothy, and he bythe
celebrated Arabian horse, Old Bossorah.
Sir Timothy's dam was Lady Angel ico,
sired by'Sir Arclty, the father of Henry
and son of DIomede. The dam of Tone-
true was sired by old Duroc, the sire fif
American Eclipse, grand dam by Imported l^tght Infantry, son of English Kellpst',
ereut-grand dam by Imported Multon.
Tbe Davis Black Hawk Morgan's grand
Un in, on tbe dum's side, was sired by Mcs-
senger, said to be tite sire of Ethan Allen's
dam. Black Hawk Morgan Junior's dam
wus sired by Master King. Mark Hank
Morgan* Juiilor, wus sired by the fame
us tbe following? horses, for tnstanoe': The
Sheldon more, who took first prize ul the
Provincial Kxhlbitlon held in Hamilton
in 1864, when four years old, for single -ear-
ringo borse in harness, was sold and went
to Montreal, n—sold and went to the State
of Maine, and re-sold for 97000; also, the
celebrated Davis mnres,. who have distinguished tliemselvcs by taking three first
Provincial prizes In succession—no other
team In any class having done the same
in tbe Dominion. They also took tho
prizo at New York State Fair, held lu Buffalo, being exhibited against a $14,000 team
horn New York City, besides a number of
other valuable teams. The famous Bow-
land borse, the Scott horse, the four-year-
old stallion sold lu 18*11' by Joseph Grand,
Esq., of Toronto, at an enormous price, to
go to England; the celebrated horse owned by Judge Sparling, of New York City,
and a host of other horses, but space will
not admit Insertion. It Is claimed by
horsemen that this stallion. Black ■awk
Morfcau, Junior* Is oue of the safest horses in America to breed from, as be ponsea-
aes all the characteristics of that noble
family—good size, unsurpassed natural
Rtylo nna trotting action, and his pedigree
Ih indisputable. His sire, D. Black Hawk
Morgan, cannot be surpassed by auy borse
In tbe Dominion of Canada for size, style
nnd action combined.
uplt>tc WM. TURGOOSE, Prop'r.
■Ht
■
IN TKE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN PEOBATi.
Im Re Peter Lobeal, Deou/ikd.
ALL CREDITOR* OF THt St-
tatcof Peter Loroa], deceased. IfttM*
tate, are requested to scud in tbelr so-
counts, proved, before the 7th May, 1884.
to tho undersigned; and all persons Indebted to the said estate must settle tiio
same forthwith.
7th April, 1884. E. A. JENNS,
aptMm Admin Intra tor.
AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB
WIU give their first performance In tlw
Drill   Shed!
—ON—
MONDAY
The 9lst April, 1884,
When will bo preoonted tho eelobrated
Comedy of
GA8TE
Doors open at 7:30 p. m.j performance will
commence At 8 ihnrp.
Reserved Benin, 75c; bank seats, too.
. Tickets can be procured nt WHKenry'ft
and T U Pearson A Co's book stores, where
seats oan bo secured. aptMd
BARGAINS
Bj> **.   full stock of
ads,
Mioulding-s
cc, In fact
,n Woodwork
e required to
I     HOUSE
torn -to top.
WOODS & TURNER,
Krai   Estate   Agent it,    Land   Surveyor*
DrnuKbtKnien.nnrt Infiurancr ABealH.
Our property lists are uow very conv
Jilete, and wo would- call attention to the
ollowing selections, which we are enabled to offer at very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster City.
Lot SO, block XXXII—good rcsiilenco
site.
Subdivision of lot 10, blook XXXV—
66x132 feet.
Southwest J of lot  17, block XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs.
Lots 7 aud 8, block V—graded, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residence of W. B.
Townsend, Esq.
Lots 68 and 70, block V.
Subdivisions of lota 1 and 2, block G.
Subdivisions of lots 10 und 23, block 7.
New Westminster District.
Good farms in all parts.
105 acres on False Creek road.
450 acres at Matsqui—good dairy farm;
highly improved; to be sold with itock
and implements if desired.
200 acres at Sumas—a splendid chance
for dairy farmers.
245 acres near Ladner's Landing.
320 acres on Lulu Island.
Port Moody-
>e promptly and care-
Vo pay particular at-
facture of good.dry
ra   -will   bear
tt&cht w« make
Boas on the Binr.
tic those   vbo have fa-
patronage in the past,
continuance  of  thoir
pagt   winter  we   have
Itlons to our Mill, and
i    more   promptly and
"We   have chartered
or tho Neanon.and will
to      del i vo r     Lumber
o> also   to   announce to
t Mvudy   that we have
'   our   business at that
ble   to   fill orders front
:BECK  BROS.
Mar 3Stb, 1084.
A CO.
C*a
A large and complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townaite.
Land Surveying
In all its branches; maps compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to.     SO years* experience.
Having heen over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we are in a position to
give intending purchasers a 001x401 description of the property offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For   *
Tho Phenix. of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool & Loudon & Ulobc Insurance
Companies.
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the United States,
Gladding, McBean ft Co's terra cotta
chimneys and vitrified stone sewer
piping. 	
OFFICE— Ellor-d'n Blook, Columbia
Street, Now Westminster.
ap!2-tc WOODS ft TURNER.
Estate op geoiwe Noams, Deceased.
A   1*1*   PARTIES IIAVHO CLAIMS
J\. against tho estate of George Norris, of
Harrison River, ueconnod, are requested to
forward them to the undersigned, properly   attested,  on  or before the 10th duy of
May, 1884; and all amounts due the abovo
emtato mnnt be paid before said date.
GEO. R. AHHWKLL,
DONALD MeLEAN,
apn-ini Executor*.
t____mmmsmtmmseam
To Poultry Raisers,
A FULL SUPPLY OF PVRV BftWU
Leghorn Egg" for sale at 11.00 per doz.
on tho farm, or |2 If packed and snlppetl.
Also a limited number of Plymouth Hock
Egfs at same price. All ego guaranteed
pure. - J. M. JOHNSTON,
sahlMw Langley Prairie.
NOTICE.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
}EdUlIlED--A Trade IaitrncUr
T>*,       -
Ji for B. 0. Penitentiary, as Tailor; most
be a good cutter and fltler. *■■■•-
Warden.     By Order,
Apply to the
uruur,        •     *
A. II. MclRIDK, Warden.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO OAK TAXI* CHAR01*
of anil ran a Huntington Shingle
Shingle Machine. Steady employment
ani good wages to a first-class man. Ko
other need apply.
k STEVENSON,
jy7-to] ChilUwhaok
NOTJCE.
PARTIES LOCATING AMD PRK-
einptUiu land are hereby notified
that land wrthin tlio Hmita of the Baitings Saw Mill Company's lwm Is not
open for settlement, and that any one )
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'DH. ALEXANDER,
de8-to Manager.
The following very eligible and valuable property will be sold at FUVATE
SALE. Full particulars furnished 011 np-
plluatlon to tho underelgned:
SouthweHt H seetlou, btock 90, township
2, Surrey; lt» acres; 80 acres prairie; 60aid*
er bottom; within TA mileit of New West*
minuter. The mailing of an excellent
farm, close to a good market.
Eighty acres, north % of northoiwt H ot
section 9, township2, with road running
through to Hud Bay: u miles from New
Westminster; older bottom, with flr to
south.  To be sold at a bargain.
J. Rossenu's Ranch, Langley; lot 825,
?roup 2,102 acres; 80 ncres under eulttva-
ton: orchard, large bnrn, stable and cab*
in. This Is one of the cheapest pieces of
land in the market.
Burton Prairie, back of Bt. Mary's Mis*
slon, 1448 Heron of as good land at there Is
lu the Province; all In one blook; very
near t he line of the C.P.R.; has ono small
house thereon. This Is a rare chance fnr
one or more parties desirous of getting a
large farm, for dairy purposes especially.
Northnest J-( of section 6, township <t; 160
acres; un Improved farm, with certificate
of improvements.
Northwest li ot section 22, township 11.
The Booth Farm. Ladner's Landing; 240
acres, al I prairie; 00 under cultivation, und
2Qti under fence; good dwelling house and
farm buildings,   A great bargain.
Ono nearly now Piano* hy Challenger
of London.  Prico, 9250.
Ouo second hand
T.J. TRAPP.
F. P. NELSON,
HAS    JUST    OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a (nil stoek ol
Dry Goods, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Whieh will be sold at New Westminster
Prices.
ABnMfSFN.rtk AMArieaa AreMent la-
Baraaec Cnpanj.
ST Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
(020-10
■ AT..
Port My,
New Westminster,
Port Hammond,
Fraser Valley,
.FOU SALE BY.
0. D. AAID,
Eeal Estate Broker
.AND.,
NOTARY   PUBLIC,
Columbia Street,,
Assistant Wanted.
JrilBST-CLASS PHOTOGBAPHER AS
1 fiHslstiint wuntmi. Application, must
ate experience and .alary required.
J. J- BROWNE, Pnotographer,
New -Wait,, Mar. 3Stn, ISM. to
 ORDERS  FOR—
SURVEYING
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
MONEY TO LOAN
-AL80-
Agnt itr Hi fn ui ixM
INSURANOI  OOMPANIU.
(sfMo)
LOOKOUT!!
For this Space. It
belongs to
WILLIAM MCLEAN,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
 jaie-to     ■_
A CHANCE'
At First Cost.
AU tlio remaining Hlock of
Ladies' Winter Jackets
And UlsleW'AT COST.
To look nt the good, and onqulro the prlci
is all 1 ask.
C.G. MAJOR.
SHHPIH& & COMMISSION
MERCHANT8,
VK0NT ST., ■ K1W WBTTMIllBIll
OFFER FOR SALE
Kiln, giptrlie and firshsm
^XjOTJUI
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
" OAT HEAL,
00RNMEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAH8, BACON, LARD, BUTTER
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agent, lor Paolno Coast Steamship C
 . (jsBtc) *
PAOIFIO
CARRIAGE
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westaiister, B. C.
!
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES.
carriages!
-AND- ]
Agricultural Implements,
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
k SINK Of OOFFIHS ALWAV8 Oil HAM
JOHNSTON « SMITH, ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—First Insertion, 8 ota. per line; subsequent insertions,
2ct#. perllne. ; ■'        . ^   ,
Begulftr Oommerctal and Business Ad-
vertisements.-l column, 912 per month;
Weol., 17per month; }icol.,$4pcrmontb;
ainebei. J3 per month; 1 inch, $1.50 per
month. These rates to be charged on
standing advertisements which remain
over 8 months, If for a less period the
rails will bet 1 col.. $15 per month; W col.,
19: H col., IB! 2 Inches, J3; 1 Inch, 12.
Specials, amon? reading matter.-First
Insertion, 10 cts. nor line; subsequent Insertions,,? cts. perllne.    ^
Births, Marriages and Deaths, (I each.
Funeral notices accompanying.death notice. flOcta. extra. •-..,_
MM" All transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpar I el,
which maltes 12 lines to the Inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines must be
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Insertoi for less than jLOO.
VttlOX LODGE No. tt, A, F.
W.--The regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    .    . held on the first Monday In each
month,  fiojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend     WM. HOWAY,
A vino
A A,
muni
beldt
fo28-tc
Secretary.
mEMPUBANCM-WOMAN'S CHRIS-
I tian Temperance Union meets every
Wednesdsyat8p.m. Band of Hope meets
every Saturday at SiAO p.m.   Blue Ribbon
T..   * Ih   j*   e*.   „ "n--- n.«.IJb...   t»**A*H      Una...
Mlimcw an" wwrir) r.ii.--r-».i vm.......
Refreshments, every Wednesday evening
from 8 to 8 o'clock. mlillHc,
Wxt §titiek Columbian.
Wedaesder M.ralag, April U. KM.
Per sir. Reliance, from Yale, April 14-
Hrt McLennan, Varstey, Frank. RTumor,
Roberts, Hough, Judkins, J Kicker!, H
Rlckert Aulta. Miller,Jeffreys, A Gibs.J
Qlbs, Greonleaf, J E Anderson, Miss Miller und children, Mrs Harper, Turner,
Boles, Mrs Smith, Rest, Haney, Hlllry,
Trctheway, Warley. Ogle, Miss Ogle, An*
demon, Morten, Aha 10 others.
Per str. Yosemite, from Viotoria, April
15.-Mrs Irving, Mn Onderdonk A children, Mra Bacon, Mrs Bponk, Miss Onderdonk, Hiss Wllllams/Mlss MagerMlss
Withrow, Messrs A Onderdonk, Bacon,
Tappan.Cartwrlght, Sharp, Gulohon,Gau-
non,Miles, Thomas, Tllton, Buse, White,
Canfoot, Dixon, Jackson, smith, Swlck-
aid, Moon, Mohun, Howse, and 21) others.
MARRIED.
JENNS - WEBSTER. - At St, James
Church, Granville, on the 12th Inst.,
by the Rev. George Dltobem, Eustace
Alvanley, eldest son of the Rev, Per*
clval Jenns, Rector of St. John's
Ohurch.V ietoria, to Madeline Fortune,
eldest dnughtcrof John A. Wohster,
Esq., nf this city.	
The publio schools will re-open this
morning.
There is no foreign news of any importance to-dij.
Don't forget the political meeting in
Agricultural Hall tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Onderdonk came up
by the Yosemite yesterday.
Work on the Port Moody road ia
being pushed forward with a largo
gang of men.
The asefl sown on Market Square is
.up, and the place begins to look deliriously groan. .
We understand that the foundation
for the new sawmill-ia being laid down
nt Port Moody.
Constable Sharpo yesterday brought
to the hospital a man from Port Moody
named Clarke Bolan.
Dr. h. R. Mclnnesa waa out yesterday for the firat time in many months,
and drove through the oity.
The central office of the New West
minster & Port Moody Telephone ia
being fitted up on MoKeuzie at.
After three rainy daya the aun came
out bright and beautiful yesterday
morning *nd gave ua a charming day.
Reports from the Cceur d'Alene gold
regions continue very unsatisfactory,
but hundreds of people are going there
still.
The amateur dramatic entertainment
takes place next Monday night, after
the election excitement haa cooled
down.
The atr. Enterprise haa been put on
the route from Victoria to Port Moody
and intermediate porta iuatead of the
Maud.
Judge Crease will hold court to-day
nnd finish up all busmen laid over
from the last sitting. Court-opens at
11 o'cloek.
Huntington, Crocker, and Flood,
tbe California syndicate, have bought
200,000 acres of Mexican coal landa,
aays an exchange.
The steamer City of Montreal arrived et Quetnitown on Saturday and
repertt having patted an ioeberg 300
feet high and 400 feet long.
We are pleased tu barn that the
dispute between Messrs. McAdam and
Yeomans, of Langley, over right of
way, has been amicably settled.
The tug Beaver Is expeoted over
from Comox to-day with m boom of
logs for the Dominion Sawmill Co.
The boom wilt contain about 600,000
feet.
Since the Guardian undertook to
champion Mr. Bole, people who believed he would support the government have become decidedly suspicious.
The Colonist says it ia rumored that
Allan & Co., the great ship owners of
Montreal, will put on a line of steam-
era from China and Japan to Port
Moody, '
The Cettmkt thinks Mr. Bole's large
interests at Port Moody will destroy
his chances of election for this city, as
he cannot very well represent both
placet at onoe.  .
Mmon now coats |1,60 per pound
aad shod ara abe dollar each. Everybody is afraid of lobater now, and
waters bo-eeuM high oa they go out —
It, Y. Hvpreu.
Attention is called to the advertisement of Messrs. Bums & Co., of Vic*
toria, which appears in another column.
Thia well-known'firm it one of the
largest in the province.
Mr. Herring caught a seal in hit net
on, Monday night which weighed SOO
lbs. On the same night a sturgeon
was caught whioh measured 10 feet
and weighed about 700 lbs.
The current number of the Resources
ef British Columbia contains an oxoel-
lent illustration showing tho suspension bridge aorots the Fraser. There
is alto a picture of Port Hammond.
The barge Taylor has nearly com-
t  plated her cargo of lumber at tna Dominion Sawmill, and the tug Alexander
Is eipecled to day to tow her to Viotoria.   She takes uver 300,000 feet.
Belingtuun parties who have juat returned from Fort Moodv aud New
Weetminater report both plaoea making
- substantial improvement. Glad to note
the prosperity of our British cousins, —
Whatetm RtveilU,
The Indians, in Alaska are aaid to
have used in making salmon nets, the
bulk ef 900 milet of telegraph wire,
which was laid by the Overland Telegraph Company many years ago at a
from the minutes of Langley coun-
eU. published in another column, it
will be seen that the suggestion of thu
government respecting local immigra
tion
mis   has been acted upon
agents   haa been acts
ptly by that municipality,
eseaas-na-EE-E—!
The Nanaimo Free Press makes a
row because the itr. Slope ia to take
the Rithet'a place on the Victoria-
Nanaimo route. The Slopo ia just
about as good a steamer ae tho Rithot,
and our contemporary really has no
ground uf complaint.
A runmr has been circulated on the
street to the effect that Mr. Oqnning-
ham is in favor of Chinese labor. Of
course it was merely an election dodge.
The resolution moved by Mr. Cunningham at the council meeting Monday night settles that question,
A. J. Atkinson, special custom ollicer, captured five Ohinamen on Monday off Point Roberts. Thoy wore
provided with a .-'.tat and ample provisions for a long cruise.: When captured they claimed to be heading for
Langley, but were making toward
Whatcom. —Reveille.
At 11 o'clock to day the extensive
tale at Henneaiy't Ranch will take
Elect. The sale embraces a large num-
Br of articles, and two suburbnu lota
of considerable value. Full particulars
may be seen-in the advertisement. We
believe there will be a dray offered for
sale at the same time,
Easter Donation.—The Society of
Little Helpers, Moodyville, sunt, as
their Easter offering to the Royul
Columbian Hospital, a patohwont quilt
and four small pillows for broken
limbs.   Long live the Little Helpers!
_  sfc ilia—.    .     .
Police Coubt.—Four whiskey canes
wero up yesterday morning, 3 of which
were remanded. A Chinaman was
brought up on suspicion uf huiiig concerned in the stealing of Mr. Frank
Forest's watch and chain some months
ago, He was also remanded.
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Plucky!—An Ottnwa despatch to
the Colonist aays that the British Columbia members have formally protested against the disallowance of the
anti-Chinese bill, and Hon. Mr. Smithe
declares he will have it re-enacted by
the British Columbia legislature!
Significant.—Mr. Bole poses as a
candidate who is willing .to support
the government; hut the Guardian,
which hates the government as cordially as it hates cold water, comes
out flat-footed in favor of Mr, Bole!
There is something significant in all
this.
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The Yosemite.—This fine steamer
resumed her place on the routo yesterday, and arrived from Victoria at 3:15
with 50 passengers and 110 tons of
freight—50 tons for this city and 00
tons for up-river. Every one is triad
to seo the favorite steamer again on
the route.
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Correction.—In the report uf the
Granville entertainment it should have
been stated that the music was furnished by Messrs. A. W. and Chas.
Sullivan, on the organ and melodeon.
This part of tho report ns originally
lent was unintelligible. The proceeds
amounted to $02.25.
Port Moody Mails.—We are very
glad to observe that it is proposed to
establish a daily mail service between
this oity and Port Moody. In another
column tenders are asked for this service If the authorities will now remove the postoffice from the end of
the road up to the settled part of the
oitjr there will be nothing more to complain of.   -
Ahyutu Extension.—Itwill be seen
by advertisement elsewhere that tenders are invited for extensions aud improvements to the asylum in this city,
including a residence for the physician.
The government are pushing forward
public works with vigor, and yet there
teem to be persons in this city ready
to vote fur a man at representative
who has always showed himself the
government's particular enemy!
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Frauds.—The Agent's Herald, published by Lum Smith, 012 Arch at.,
Philadelphia, Pa., has for a long time
been engaged in a war against frauds'
and dead-beats throughout the country.
Its exposures have been most valuable,
and have undoubtedly saved thousands
of dollars to the poor dupes who bite
at every cunningly-worded advertisement that may come in (heir way.
The Herald is sont to any address for
50 cts. a year.
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H. Shore*" * Co., Wholesale Clothiers and Mantle Hamiifact rers,
beg to announce that Mr. C. L. Shorey
will visit British Columbia about the
10th of Mav with their samples for the
coming Fall and Winter, and will, during his stay in tbe province, atop for a
short time at Viotoria, New Westminster and Nanaimo. Merchants from the
interior are invited to mako appointments by letter addressed to
C. L. Shorey,
aplOtc      Uriard House, Vietoria,B.C.
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The Tacoma Route.—It was expected tbat tho atr. George E. Starr
would take the place of the Gipsy from
Tacoma to thia city "thia woek. Mr,
Ju Cunningham received a lotter yesterday from the agent of the ateamahip
company which aays that the Starr hat
been laid up for genend overhauling
and it it found impotaiblo to have hor
ready this week. The Gipsy may
therefore bo expected on her regular
trip to-day, anil the Starr will be
placed on the route at soon as she is
ready.
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Spratt'h Ark.—Mr. D. R, Lord,
till lately manager and one of the pro
prietort of the British America Pocking Co., will manage Spratt'e Ark during the coming season. The oil plant
has been removed from the ark and
only the canning apparatus retained.
The str. Cariboo Fly haa parted with
her engines and boiler and is now
a decked over barge and will accompany the ark during the season. The
steamer Emma will act an tender tn
tbo ark which will operate in and
about Fraser river.—Colonist,
The Caotiuvir Bridob.—Geo. A.
Keefer, Esq., C. E., was in town yesterday and reports railway work progressing favorably near the crossing,
Ho alio says the iron bridge work is
going ahead. The false work will
soon be out of the way of high water
—no matter how soon tt rises now
—and already the bridge work begins
to make a good appearance aa it projects out from the tunnel side. Fortunately the spring has been free from
heavy rain, and the lino, generally,
whero the train runs ia in fair condition, and forwarding supplies, etc., to
order. Mr, Keefer believes it it the
intention to have the iron bridge crossing over the Fraser completed by tho
24th of May. This would be quite an
inducement for parties to visit the
scene, and behold one of the great
*    of tha 0, P. R-AnfM
The Dry Dock.—Yesterday it waB
announced that the contract for dry-
dook construction will be returned to
McNameo & Co., from whoso hands it
was taken by the late government in
1882. As a preliminary to taking
possession of tiio site and plant, ilie
indebtedness of the firm to local parties will be paid forthwith aud in full
by MoNamee & Go. Twu important
creditors were Bottled with yeBterday
uud others will bo attended to as auon
as possible. * Under the circumstances
no better arrangement (which is the
outcome of Premier Smithes visit)
could havo been mado. Tho work will
ho prosecuted vigorously tliis summer.
—Colonist,
Train Wreckers!—A telegram from
Matsqui, dated 12th inst., says: "Homo
scoundrels removed the bolts and fishplates from several rails near Nicomin
bridge, to-day, with tlie object of wrecking a train which with passengers aud
goods was momentarily expected.
The aot was discovered just iu time to
prevent a terrible disaster. Search is
being mode for the villains." From
an advertisement iu another column
it will be seen that tho provincial gov*
ment havo promptly offered a reward
of 92,500 for tne apprehension of
theso villains, uud Mr. Onderduuk has
added 01000 to thu reward. We hopo
they will be caught nnd put where
they should be.
Shipping Items. — On Saturday
morning the str. Reliance left for-Yale
at 5 o'clock, and tho str. Princess
Louise for Viotoria at 7. Str. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo in tho forenoon.
Str. Reliance returned from Yale-at
0:15 Monday night. Str. Ruby arrived
from Viotoria at 7 yesterday morning
and proceeded to Port Hammond. The
str. Ruby returned from Port Hammond early yesterday afternoon and
proceeded to Victoria.. Str. Dunsmuir, from Nanaimo, arrived yesterday with coal for the penitentiary. The
str. Yosemite arrived from Victoria at
3:16 yesterday afternoon. Str. Maude
arrived at 7 o'clock last evening, and
will be laid up here for the present,
New Steamship Line.—We are in
a position to make a most important
announcement this morning respecting
our ocean communications. Stanford,
Crocker & Co., who havo associated
with Mr. Dunanuiir for the purpose of
constructing the Eaquimalt-Nanaimo
railway, are also the owners uf tho
Southern Pacific Transcontinental Railroad, and are very large consnmers of
Vancouver Island coul. This company will build three large ocean
tteamors to plybetween San Francisco, China and Japan; calling on route
ut Victoria (outer wharf) to land and
receive froight and passengers and
take in coal for the voyage. Ours
being the only true coal on tne Pacific
coast, and the poiut of coal supply
being contiguous to the only possible
markets, renders feasible this vast
scheme whfen is one of the great advantages the province will derive from
tho building of the island rail ay by
American und local capitalists.—
Colonist.
Oity Council. — Council met on
Monday night. Present, Mayor Dickinson and Couns. Johnston, Cunningham, Elliott, und Hendry. Several
communications were presented. The
tender of Wm. Holmes for improvements on Agnes at. was accepted, 8430.
The road tux by-law was finally disposed of, and several other matters of
not much public interest were discussed. Tho following resolution was
moved by Coun. Cunningham, seconded by Coun. Hendry, and curried:
"That as the Chinese Restriction Immigration bill has been disallowed by
the Ottawa government, and it it reported that a large number of Chinamen have sailed for British Columbia,
be it therefore resolved that all contracts let by tbis council for street
making within this city, and all specifications for such work, have inserted
in them a clause prohibiting the employment of Chinese labor of any kind
whatsoever." Council adjourned till
next Monday night.
The Week.—This journal has now
reached its sixteenth issue, and is
making steady progress in publio favor. Of lato several new features
have been added, and some of those
included in the initial numbers have
been dropped, us being not sufficiently
interesting to the general reader, Articles on special subjects, "The
Churches," "Legislative Notes,"
"Sporting Notes, oto., have already
appeared, and the proprietors announce
that arrangements have beon made for
others by able pens, on art, the medical and legal professions, commercial
subjects, and social subjects. A chess
column will also bo opened at an
early date. The addition of several
columns of general matter, under the
heading "Hero and There," in whioh
current topics are treated iu a light,
chatty manner, is decidedly to be
commended, and we understand has
considerably added to the popularity
of the IVeek. The contributed Articles
maintain tho high standard taken by
this journal from the first, tho able
notes uf "Bystander" (Professor Gold-
win Smith), of course, being a loading
and ever-interesting feature. The reception whioh our Toronto contemporary hns already met abundantly justifies tho belief of its projectors—tbat
there in a field fnr an independent
journal suoh us tho Week has so far
proved itself to be.
Fresh Salmon,—Some time ago we
pointed out that when the Canadian
Pacifio Railway began operations a
large trade in fresh aalmon would
■pring up with eastern markets. We
have now before ua a letter which fully
bears out that opinion. The lettm- is
written by Mr, C. W. Gauthler, a Canadian who does a very extensive fish
business nt Detroit, Mich., and Sandwich, Out. It is addressed tu Capt,
Pittendrigh in reply to one in which
the question uf exporting fresh salmon
was discussed. Mr, Gnuthier snys tho
information conveyed by Capt. Pittendrigh is perfectly satisfactory, nud that
as soon us the C. P. R. ia pomptotcd
hu will make arrangements for shipping large quantities of froah fish from
this province, packed iii ice, fur the
eastern market, He expects to <teud
an agent next year to'secure a location
and put up the necessary buildings, so
at to be prepared for shipping in 1886.
He will require, he aays, about 1,000
tona of ice, and the harvesting of this
ice and packing of fish will create a
new industry which wilt bo of great
value to the province. Mr. Gauthler
employs over 200 men in his fishing
operations in Ontario, and has hod
limit experience in this particular kind
of fish trade, There will doubtless be
others looking for the fresh fish trade
of this "province, and thu industry is
sure to develop to the full extent of
the supply.
Brick Yard,—Some, time ago we
called attention to the importance of
having a brick yard established at thia
city. We aro very glad to learn that
not only one yard but two will probably be opened within a few months.
Mr. James Turnbull applied to the
government a short lime ago for permission tu open the old yard, formerly
occupied by Mr. McKay. This application was readily granted, on condition that the yard would be in operation and ready to supply bricks as required for the government buildings
now in contemplation. Shortly afterwards Mr. Henderson arrived from
Ontario for thu purpose uf going into
brick making. He formed a partnership with Mr Purdy, of this city, and
applied to the government for a suitable piece of ground upon which to open
a yard. This application has also been
granted, and we believe these gentlemen will proceed at once to prepare
the ground and put up thfj necessary
buildings. It is intended to put in
steam machinery and all tho must approved appliances fur making first-class
brick; ana if suitable clay is found it
is the intention uf tho company to
mako tiles also. If the extensive government buildings to be erected here
this summer uro the moans of establishing permanently this important industry it will be of great benefit to the
city, and will keep here thousands of
dollars which would otherwise have
gone elsewhere
Mr. CunuinKham's Address.
Mr. Cunningham has issued his address tu the electors of this city. It is
a very comprehensive document and
touches upon u number of questions
every one of whicli concerns the interests of the constituency. Mr. Cunningham announces himself aquarely
at a supporter of the present government; Tliis is a vory important fact
which the electors Bhould not luso
sight of. There are some people who
are willing tu subscribe to any platform for the sake of getting into office.
But Mr. Cunningham has never been
opposed to the present government,
and in promising to support them he
is simply promising tu pursue the
course whioh his own personal and
political convictions would naturally
auggest. He is fully persuaded, ns
any man must be who forms nn intelligent opinion, that the present government are honestly working for the. interests of the province, aud thut they
deserve to be- sustained. With Mi'.
Bole it ia very different* Personally
and politically he has always been on
the other side.   If he promises to sup-
Eort the government he must bottle up
is personal enmity and cast hiB political principles to the winds. And when
he has done all this, how much influence will he carry with him into the
bouse ? The only political speech of
any importance fie ever delivered wus
delivered in this city on the 3rd of
September last, and those who heard
that speech will scarcely say that it
was the kind one would wish to hear
from our representative in parliament.
It was a piece of absurdity from beginning to end, bristling with hatred towards the government and conspicuous
for misrepresentation. Now, what
motive can Mr. Bole have for going
back on his record ? We are afraid
those who are deluding themselves
with tho belief that he means tu give
the government a hearty support (if lie
should,, unfortunately, be elected) will
find that if hia ambition is not gratified by tlie party in power, he cau
change his politics again with the
utmost alacrity. Then we shall have a
repetition of our oust experience, and
may fill. up the balance of thii parliament with hopeless regrets. Mr. Cunningham tells us thut his interests are
wholly bound up with those of the
city. In.jthif| respect he it different
from either of "the other candidates.
It is no discredit to thetu that they
both have very large interests elsewhere, but it is a fact which our citizens would do well to 'consider in this
contest. We are not electing a representative for the district of New Westminster, but only for the oity. It ia
human nature for u man to concern
himself chiefly for tho region where
his largest interests lio. Mr. Cunningham's interests lie in the constituency,
whioh he seeks to represent, and they
areJarger, probably, than thuse of any
other person in the city. Mr. Cunningham is sound on all the questions
which are before tho country, and his
experience in parliament aa well as his
good judgment nnd business training
will make liim a valuable addition to
tho house.
FroiuClililiwhack.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
In your last issue I noticed nn article referring to the government's good
intentions respecting the appointment
of immigration agenta. I believe it is
a good idea to have local agents appointed at convenient places through
the country, so that a straugor gutting
off tho train or steamer may have
some person to whom he cun upply
with confidence for advice and direction. I know from twenty years experience here on tlie Fraser Kiver how
it has been. Every person wants to
havo the land next to liim settled lirst,
and a stranger is often puzzled and
confused, and sometimes tliomuglily
disgusted, by conilictiiig reports. I
hnvo known new comers to leave tlio
country because thoy could obtain uu
satisfactory informntion. When it ho-
coumu generally known that a reuuliu'
agent bus been established in h place,
this difficulty will tu n great extent
disappear. Muy I ask if ynu have
huurd anything of a petition from tlie
settlers here which was sunt to the
government early this year, enllinj*
atteiuion to what is known us tho I in:
Prairie. This prairie is estimated to
contain upwards of 12,000 acres of
first olass laud which in ite present
condition ts useless on account of tht'
spring iionds which Ci>mo down Irani
tiie mountain. If properly drained it
would make homes for hundreds oi
ftitnilii-sr Tlie petition asked thitl»
competent person be Bout up to estimate the cost of reclaiming thia prairie. It is tho opinion of many here
that the cost would be trilling hi comparison with tho revenue that would
bo added annually to the country. If
the work v.-eve done a Inrgu tract of
laud avuilahlo for settlement would be
opened up in this distriot.
Ottawa, March 30. —A rumor is current to-night to the effect th.it Sir John
Macdonald is thinking seriously of accepting the offico of High Commissioner
in London. It has been hinted tlmt Sir
John's present residence, Kmscllffo, is
for Bale, and a well-known Conservative
ed to-day that Sir John created tho
office of High Commissioner in ordor
that he might use it as a refuge when he
chose to retire from active political work.
The same gentleman also expressed the
belief that Sir Jonn would bo allowed to
retain tbe High Commissionership eveu
if there should be a change of government in Canada.
From Nanaimo*
Nanaimo is crowded to itt full capacity at present, every hotel and boarding house being full, and everything
in the semblance of a house or cabin
is occupied. This demand is caused
by tbe extra large force of white men
now being employed by the Vuncutiver
Coul Company, and from the fact that
the company aro running trains to and
from thoir Chase River und South
Field mines to carry the workmen to
work. At present the labor market
of this district is more than supplied,
but owing to the extensive fireB raging
in some of the Seattle mines and u
slucknoss of work on the sound, numbers of men seeking work arrive by
every steamer, und some have to go
back hs thoy cannot find employment.
If men tiro willing tu go nn the lands
and follow agriculture fur a living
there is a good opening uow fur a large
number of settlers. They could raise
nnd sell the produce which has now to
bo procured from California.—Free
Pres*.
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Presbyterian Home Missions In
British Colnmbia.
Tho Home Mission Committee, at a
meeting held in St. Andrew's Church,
Toronto, ou the 27th March, submitted
a letter from Rov, R. Jamieson, of
■New Westminster, in regard to the
present state of the congregation there.
During the past year the people had
contributed $1,100 towards tbe minis-
tor's salary in addition to 9177 for the
missions of tho Church, It was resolved to withdraw the grant to Mr.
Jamieson from lst July next. It was
also resolved to direct the attention of
the congregation in New Westminster
to the decision of the General Assembly, at its hist meeting, making provision for the reception of any congregation in British Columbia that may
desire connection with the Church in
Canada; and in the event of the congregation connecting itself with the
Church tho Committee promised to aid
it in every way calculated to advance
its interests.
The congregation of Pandora street,
Victoria, B.C., was, by action of the
General Assembly at the lut meeting,
placed under the care of the Presbytery
of Toronto.
In response to an application from
Ladner's Landing, B.C., the Committeo appointed Mr. J. O. Campbell to
that field.
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House or Commons.
The following extract from a debate
in the House of Commons on British
Columbia matters will be found interesting:
Mr. Blake called attention to the
clause introduced by Sir Charles Tupper regarding tho provincial boundary
between British Columbia and the
Northwest Territories. Ho said that
Sir Charles Tupper had laid upon the
table and sent to him (Mr. Blake) a
map wliich showed the boundary as
agreed upon. He was surprised this
map should be accepted by his hon.
friends from British Columbia as u
correct representation uf British Columbia. It was hiB misfortune to liave
been misled by their maps on a.fortuer
occasion. Ho hud often been reminded
uf- thut fact. After huving examined
the map on that occasion he was unfortunate enough to call the province
"a sea uf- mountains/ This map was
his authority for that expression.
Turning-the map face outwards so that
members could see that it looked much
like'ii seu of mountains, he said: I understand now that if there is any exception to be.taken to the country it is
that it is rather too level a country,
and that there is hardly meant of
proper drainage because there- ir no
fall to the rivers, Therefore, how can
we accept this map as a proper record,
when it has been decided for a number
of years that it was not a true representation? (Laughter.) Sir, I have
been this evening deprived of one of
tlie cherished illusions of my youth.
I always hoped that when I came to
juin the assembly uf notables I ahould
find them walking together in brotherly
love, but huving come into this greut
assembly I find Mr, Homer and Mr.
Shakespeare quarrelling. I hope I
shall find them again united in declining to recognize this aspersion upon
tho country from wliich they come,
which would be involved in our agreeing that tbis map is a correct repre-
tentntion of British Columbia. Proceeding, ho pointed out that this
amendment regarding tho boundary
waa only to give jurisdiction to Courts.
He naked what provision would be
mnde respecting the territory itself as
to timber, minerals, etc.
- Sir Charles Tupper said that uo
special provision would bo made in
that respect.
Mr. 1 iiuko asked if it would bo the
same us between the Dominion and
Ontario, each Legislature being nsked
to ratify, otc.
• Sir Ohnrles Tupper said thnt was the
ideu.
Sir.lohn Macdonald said the question
was whether the boundary lino waB the
eastern slope of the RockieB or the
Watershed. For present purposes the
bbuudary was the watershed; but Mr,
Smithe, Promiorof British Columbia,
was lii'i't", and lie had urmnged with
the ( ii "-cm incut tlmt an examination
[pf ofHoiula in the Coloniu) oilieo should
t-' niiuioi Tho Government would
nmko whntovdr unangumonts might bo
la-ceswiry with the Pun infc'u, nud would
ittk Pui-munrul at its next scftsiuii to
foiifirni that tii'tmigeiueiii by legislation.     _______________________
liiiiitficv Council.
Council met on the oth April. Present— Reeve, and Conns. Jenkins, Towle,
Smith, Houston and Norris. Communication received from Prov. Sec., anent
the appointment of an Immigration agent
for Langley municipality. Clork was
instructed to acknowledge receipt of letter and state that tho matter would bo
taken into consideration at next meeting.
Ou motion of Couu, Towle, Council resolved. Itself iuto a court of revision,
Coun. Norris in the chair. Appeals wore
read from il. Maxwell, R. H, Holding,
H. PavIs, and K. Matheson, Ou motion, J. Maxwell's assessment was reduced 9150; R, H. Holding's, 8450; ami
H. Davis' $500. W. Bovifle's namo was
added to the roll and 8, Hanes' was
struck off. The court of revision was
then closed. Application from H, Davis
to soil tlie effects of the late Francis
Guest by auction without having to pay
license was granted. Clerk was instructed to notify Messrs. Innes to finish grading St. Andrew's flats and gravel the
road by 1st May, aud that the time for
finishing the embankment would be extended to 1st October. Tender for removing Chellew's bridge to mouth of the
river was awarded te A. Campbell at
165. A satisfactory agreement was arrived ut in regard to road running from
Town line to river through Meun. Yeo-
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If
so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs,
Winslow's Soothino Svecp fob Child-
rks Teething. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, cures wind colic,
softens the gums, - reduces inflammation,
and gives tone and energy to the whole
system. Mrs. Winslow's Soothino
Syrup for Children Teethiso is plea-
Bant to tho taste, and is the prescription
of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists through*
out the world. Price 85 cents a bottle,
(ap4eotly)
T. R. Pearson k Co. have just opened
out a vory large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of Eng
land common prayer and hymn books.
They are the finest ever shown in the
oity.—Adv.
f f        0        $        f        f
For all troubles of the Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in another column.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian ofiiee. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—Adv.
Bunk Forms.—Agreements of Sale,
Leases, Deeds, and all kinds of blank
forms at T. R. Pearson ft Cos.—Adv.?-
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agreements of Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. R. Pearson ft Co's.        *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 76 eta. per
set at T. B. Pearson ft Co.'h. '
Pocket Cctlkry.—T. R Pearson ft
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv, in
another column.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C D. RAND.'
rfevenl houses for tale by C. D. RAND,
man's and McAdam't lots, both parties
agreeing to give right of way and have
the road gazetted. Following accounts
were ordered paid; K. Morrison, «70j R.
Coglan, $37.60; A. Campbell, 921.50.
Council adjourned until Saturday, 12th.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Present- Reeve, and Count. Smith, Norris, Houston, und Jenkins. Communication from W. S. Gore received and
filed. Communication from Prov. Sec,
anent appointment of immigration agent
for Langley, was then taken up. On
motion of Coun. Smith, W. H, Vauetta
was appointed immigration agent for 3
months at a salary of $100 and tho Clerk
was instructed to notify the government
of the appointment and request them to
furnish the agent with maps and necessary papers. The petitions were then
taken up and the following appropriations made: Trunk road, (500; Yeoman's,
9250; A. Campbell's, £142; Maxwell's,
925; Armstrong's, 850; Town line and
Larmon's, $130; Telegraph trail, 962;
Jenkin's, 960; Nelson's, 950; boundary
between Langley and Surrey, $50{
Towle's, 940; Salmon river bridge, 930;
Town line, bridge, 925, Clerk was instructed to apply to Government for a
further grant of 95,000 to finish the
trunk road. Clerk was also instructed
to post up notices calling for tenders for
the above works, tenders to be in at next
meeting. Couu, Towle sent In his resignation as councillor for ward 3, fie
slgnation accepted and returning officer
notified to hold election to fill vacancy.
Clerk was Instructed to purchase two
tape lines for use of board of works.
Coun. Smith gave notice that at next
meeting ha would bring in a bylaw to
provide for certain alterations in the
roads running through the farms of
Messrs, Davis and Latimer. Coun.
Houston gave notice that at next meeting he would ask for an appropriation of
9100 for cemetery purposes. On motion
of Couu. Smith, Council adjourned till
2nd Saturday i« May,
County Court.
"T.™..    .
VTOTICE IS I1KUEBV GIVEN that
il tlie next sitting of the County Court
will be held on Wednesday, tlie -ith itov
of June, 1884.
Dated «h April, lStM.
E. A. JENNS,
KeglstrarCoumy Court,
ups-td New Westminster.
Public Meeting.
Nkw Wksthinstkr, 10th April, 1881.
To Ws Worghlp,the3lagor-~
tillti—You aro rospeuMuIly re'fiuesti:d to
convene a public mooting, to Em-hold ut
your earliest possible convenience, nt tlie
Skating KiiiK or elsewhere, to meet the
candidates for tiie city ut the approaching
election, in order that the peoplo muy
hearthelrviowfl.
[Signal]: Robert Grossman, John-Austin, John fi. Bunte, W. P. Ferris, James
Morrison E. H. Hcoiiitar, W. Hamilton, 1\
Collins, W. J. French, John E. LOrd.G.
W. Daggett, W. Johnston, Jno. A. Web-
stor. James Orr, H. V. Edmonds, H. H.
W«bb, J. H.PJoa-H),
REPLY.
Nnw Westminstku, Wtli April, im.
To Messrs. ft. Grossman, J. Austin, ,T, O,
Bunte, IC. D. Kerrtt,und others-
OBNTi.«MKN:-AKrceublotoyourrnqiicst
I beg to cull u public meeting, for the purposes above ini-ntloucd, at the Igrlrul*
jural Hall, on Wednesday, the itith Inst.,
at a o'clock p. in.
upUWd K, DICKINSON, Mayor.
Miners!
Building Ground
•■ (.lenakla aad rati StrMe, N.W.
A:
BOUT 25 FEET ON EACH STREET,
__ or through from street to street, can be
(eased for building purposes; next the
Holbrook House and Webb's gunsmith
ily to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent.
HORSES
QEVBRAL FINS CARRIAGE AUD
Team Horses for »«le ot Ike VICTORIA TRANSFER CO'S STABLES,
Corner Government and Johnston
Streets, Victoria. Alto, new and
a«eond*hond Vrlilclrs of all dotcrlp*
HoiiM. mliK-lm.
TIIK SKXT * 1V11, SERVICE RN-
tnioi-i- Examinations will (f.iitmewc
un Tin-..-!:---, ilie |-:'h duy of Muy,mid up-
■-ll.-i-ttmis will b-'i-efl-'lvt-d until lur April,
wlitm IhL'iu-rresitry forme will be forwarded, wht'-li must l>i* ri'torned, properly
lill.-'l.'-v \Uf [flth. Th.-*- exumluulimiK
Wilt In- held in th'- elites of Clliirloltotnwii,
HMllf-i.\,S'..Iohii,X.I",,ttuohrc, Monlrt'ul,
ntt-nvii, Kimi-d-m, Toronto, Hamilton,
1,-mdon, Winnipeg, und Vleltirfa.aC, 111
luvi.i'diiiiri' with Hi-- pr-ivM-ins of KPetlolt
HdftlHtt.'unuilii Civil Ni-nleo Aet, 1882.
The Promotion Examination will com*
menen on Monduy, the Iflth day of Mnv,
und lltoi'Iltfltite --tuidldatei- will havo to
give In their name."- to the Deputy Heads
of Ihelrrespcellvf depart me tun, who will
mmi'l them lo Hit' Hxumining Board. Ily
orier. »'. I.kWKUH,
a a Ex; A SOO'*/,
Ottnwa.flth March, 1881. apwit oot
Frank Siddall's Soap
FCRWSHRD BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THB ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or no de
scription, but for strangers the following
is printed:—It doos tho washina for a
family In two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on tho board; blue
not needed; does no harm to clothes,
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
does two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for faco and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, It becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true.
The undorsigned being the first to introduce it, respectfully asks tho ladles to
tiatronlse him. Orders kindly received
>y KUard ft Co., at the Occident, Hotel,
and orders received and Soap supplied
at Mr, 0. Oi Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
Doing well known as agent for all
newspapers, magasines, and books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W, HUGHES,
mhSl New West., B.C.
An OpportMBliy now Offered for Ifcr lm*
provemeui or Slock.
T
HE   FINK  PERCH E RON SOR-
man stallion
PRINCE NAPOLEON,
Will stand at Chilliwhack for the ensuing
Reason, com mend hr April Ut. Prince
Napoleon Is a dappled bay with black
point* and a white strip In face; stands on
abort ton, la 16K bauds high, andwoUtha
In condition li-HOfts; he was bred by WC
Myer of Oregon, bin dam being Jeanette,
got by Imported White Prince; his aire Is
Gen, Fleury,No.84U,PNSB. Ho isfree
from vice, Is perfectly healthy and sound,
and a sure foal-getter, nnd Is without
doubt the best bred Norman horse in the
country. He la rising nix yeurs old. Parties at ii distance wishing to breed to the
above horse will have pasturage provided
free of charge. Mares sent By steamer
will be met at the landing and delivered
on board at the end of sohsou free of extra
charge. AH possible enre taken, but the
owner will not be responsible for accident
to mares, For further particulars and
terms apply to
GEORGE GIBSON, Keeper,
mblD-to Chilliwhack, B. 0.
Valuable Farming
AND OTHER
Lands for Sale.
rIB VNDERB1GNED OFFER FOR
sale tbe undivided one-half Interest
In tbe following lands, lately owned by
Elijah John Betts, deceased, In tho New
Westminster District:
1 LotilU,Group I,containing 160ncres,
well cultivated, und having valuable
bulldlugF thereon.
2 Lot 22, Block 4, north range 7 west
(Lulu Island), containing 100 acres.
3 The island in the Fraser river between Sea Island and the Mainland, being Lot 230, Group I, containing82 acres.
4 A lot in the town of Liverpool.
TENDERS
Por tbe nbove properties, or any of thein,
will be received upto(lu> l«tof M-.-r next.
Tbe highest nor any tender not necessarily accepted.
Full particulars on application to
OORBOULO & MoOOLL,
Solicitors, New Westminster.
April lat, 1SSJ. . ap5-8t
NORMAN'S
EstaTsUsHea 1S-7-4.
Hoi-Mao's foimiv* Electric Belts, Kamds,
bisolei aad Trasses,   -
Arc guaranteed lo be tho best remedy
known for the Immediate relief and permanent cure of nervous debility, lume
back, rheumatism, nouralgia, all Uver,
atomach nnd chest complaints, constipation, all diseases of tho nerves, genital or-
gans and rupture. Circular and consultation free. A. NORMAN.
4 Queen St. East, Toronto, Ontario,
Tnthaealals that speak flbrTataurlvm.
Ottawa, Sept, 3rd, isst.
A> Noiimak, Esq,—Dear Sir. I have ex-
purlenced considerable benefit from your
Appliances. I feel stronger nnd bolter
every duy.        Yours truly,
R. E. HALIBTJRTON.
Petkrhorovoii, Oct. 15th, lSftl,
A. Nouman, Esq.—Dear Sir: Soon after
I commenced to use your Electric Appliances, they opened my bowels, cured my
cough and cold, relieved mv hend, una
considerably relieved my catarrh Inconsequence. The discharges from mv hend
and chest Are now easy, nnd 1 feel altogether bolter. My digestion has improved,
my stomach Is leas sour and windy, and I
nm less troubled with distressing A vivid
dreams. I had previously tried almost all
the advertised patent medicines without
deriving any good.     Yours truly,
mhlB-Om J. GltEKN.
(glf-^
THIt VAT IT Will. AFFECT YOU.
iBUBitamr.
The following Business Directory con-
talus only the names of persons whose advertisements appear In the Columbian.
It will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to do
business in this city. Tbe names ure given In alphabetical order:
Physlclaas.
Dr. Rentier Agues Stroet
Dr. Caper Church Street
Dr. ourrow Granville
»r- J,10.0^011 ■ Columbia street
Dr. Muthoi-8 .Columbia NtAwt
J}r- Trew UeKenale Street
Dr. Wade Surrey Municipality
Lawyers.
HV Armstrong. Columbia street
W Norman Bole    Columbia street
Corbould* McColl Mury street
Insurance Agents,
)Yr J Armstrong. ...ttoui street
WDi orrlH......... Columbia street
? " J'e'-rson A Co Columbia street
C D Hand Columblnrireet
?,umir,.BS,oton * Co- Viotoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers,
W K Clarke Victoria
Joseph Goldstouu Columbia street
Jus Morrison Columbia street
T J Trnpp Columbia etreet
Sarveyars.
Howso A Klckmun... Front street
Woods A Tumor, Columbia street
Conveyancers, Land Agents, At.
W. Norman Bole. Columbia street
('NMsdalluft Jones „ Victoria
HV Kdmonds Columbia street
W II Folding Columbia street
\V D Ferris.... Columbia street
Howse A Hickman Front street
Wm McLean Port Moodv
Jas Morrison .Columbia streot
CD Itundj. Columbia streot
Columbia street
Woods ft Turner...
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw nil' the phlegm or mucous;
change* tite secretions and purifies the
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
the liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system,    Suou is
THB 1HMHDIATK ANO SATISFACTORY EFFECT that it is warranted to bitak up the
most dittmsing cough in u few hours'
time, if not of too long standing. /(is
warranted to otvit extirk satisfaction,
EVKi*. .N TUK mot-l continued cases of Consumption! It is warranted not to produce
costiveness (which is the case with most
remedies), or afTcct the head, as It contains no opium in any form. /* is warranted to be perfeetly harmless to the most
delicate child, although it is an active
und powerful remedy for restoring the
system. Then is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Lunq Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to cure thein with their own medicines, we would recommend to give Allen's Lung Balsam a trial. Sold by all
Druggi*** JeM-lm.
General Merchants,
Mrs Eckstein Columbia street
Mrs Emma Gold Columbia street
O « Major. Columbia street
Wm McColl Columbia street
V F Nelson Port Moody
Tumor, Beeton A Co (wholesale)..Victoria
Hardware, Ae,
Bums A Co.. Victoria
K G Prior. Victoria
E S Scoullar* Co Columbia street
Carriage Works.
Johnston A Smith..... Columbia street
Commission Merchants.
W It Clarke «Victoria
Homer & Son , Front street
Druggists.
D 8 Curtis & Co Columbia street
A Peele •. , ..Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
11 Thomas Columbia street.
Flour and Feed.
Gustnv Huuck ;„ Front street  ■
Furniture.
J O Bunte Columbia street .:
Tailors. •
John Walsh Columbia street '
Hair Dressers*
Geo Meade Columbia street
Books, Stationery, Ae,
T H Pearson A Co. Columbia street
T R Pearson A Co Yalo
Musical Instruments.
JBngnuIl ™„™ .Victoria
Cross- Musical Agency. Viotoria
T U Pcai-son * Co Columbia street
Cigars.
Kurtz A Cow Viotoria
Liquors.
E Brown A Co .Columbiaatreet
W D Fcnls (agent) Colnmbia street
Kehoc A Co „ Sapperton
Hotels.
Brighton (Oeo Black)... .Hastings
Farmers' Home (J Turnbull) Church st
Granville [J Mannion) Granville
Occident (J Austin) ...Columbia street -.
Fish Dealers.
Jos Taflhndale.. Front street
Butchers.
Robt Dickinson Colnmbia street
Painters, Ktc,
Murray & Fry -..--..~-.ClarlL*an xtroot -
Contractors and Bnlldeis.
J A Calbick.. Merchant Square
File Drivers.
Gilley, Mooney A Co Address, Postofflee
Saw and Planing Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill Sapperton
Branch lumber yard at Port Moody.
Dominion Sawmill ........Richard street
Brunch lumber yards nt Port Moody
and Victoria.
Book Binding,
RTAVillloiuB. Victoria
Scedsnan.
John Murray..... .Spenco's Bridge, B C
 - Sooke, B C
Tii os Tugwell..."..!!!
Printing oasce.
D Robson A Co fColumUan),....Columbla st
Ruling nnd plain binding.
NOTIOE.
WE THB UNDERSIGNED HERB
by cive notico that lt is our intention to apply to tho Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to have a public road
laid out on tho following plan: Starting
at a point on the road to AgasslE's upper
landing, on   W.   .1.  Jemmett's claim;
thence along the western boundary of C.
Nelson's claim und tho oastern boundary
of l- A. Agasslz's claim to a point on the
C. P. Railway; thence following the line .
of said railway In a westerly direction
through L. A. AgasBis's claim to the station on the estate of L. N. Agassis.
FRANK PASftlNGHAM,
CHARLES N ELSON,
ISAAC MARCH ANT.
Ferny Cnombe, New Westminster District, Mareh fllst, 1R&I. apfrlm
Lol fi, Hloek ST, and slot t, Stock W, Port
Moody, being i«rt (tflsotSC, Orovp 1.
2Vew ITeafmftUt-oi- PMrM.
WHBREAS THB CERTIFICATE
of title of George Butchart to the
iit-ove mentioned lots bearing date the
I8th day of Octobor, A. D, 1882, Imi. been
lo-l nm! nj.nlb'Htlon lias been made for a
duplicate of such certificate. Notice Is
therefore hereby given thnt such duplicate will be Issued unless cause be nlinwn
to the fonlrnry In writing within one
montli from the dntc hereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEGGATT,
Aetg. llegr. Ueiil.
Ijind Registry Offlce, 81st March, 1801.
 (apiiml) __
EXTENSIVE
AUCTION SALE
The undersigned has been instructed by
tlie Executor of the lato J. W. Hennessy to
sell by public auction, on the premises,
corner of Edinburgh and Montreal Hts,,
known an Henncuny's Ranch, ou
Wednesday, April 16,1884,
Tho following valuable property, vis: 1
thoroughbred Berkshire Boar, Imported.
and a most valuable nnimal; pedlgre will
I>e produced at sale, or may be seen on
application to the auctioneer; 0 breeding
8own:o yearling Hogs: WPigs; l Turkey
nobbier, and Hen; 2 Oecse; 11 Chickens]
4 cows and I Calf (il newly calfed): 11 Hones; 1 set Garden Tools; I set Double Har-
new; 1 set Single Harness; i pair Tuisand
"—nos; 1 lot Stable Implements; S Bad-
_„j nnd Bridles; 1 Stove and Cooking
Utensil.;; 1 lot Carpenter's Tools; 3 tonsMt
Hny, more or Icsn; 1 sot Blocks and Fall-1
strings Hlelgh Bells; 1 Farm Wagon; 1.
Buckboard, with pole ur shafts; 1 Blelgh;
lv!Afords, w-tori, iimreor If"*. MMMftt
Uts»Pnrt of lot 17, block 10, eontalnliil
acre, with good horse nnd cow stable; alao
buggy shed,grancry-citbln,chiclren htmse -
Ac. Huburbnn lot, corner Edinburgh ana
London Sts., vacant, containing 1 ter*.
with never-falling stream of beauUful inter. Salo at 11 o'cloek a.m. Terms cash.
UbSBtil     Jog. QOLDdTOinB, Atuttaotar. ©ur gtorg.
NELLIE'S MEMORIES.
(Continued.)
"I have told her ao, Marion, until
seventy times seven, but not for that
have I faith or credence in your words;
Eleanor will never come back to me!"
At the ring of pain in his voice Marion trembled, and stretched out her
hands to him,
"I have dune what I could for you,
Dudley; oh, Dudley, I have done what
I could 1"
Be turned to her with Iub sweet,
kind smile.
"I know it. The traces of your tears
and prayers are legible enough on your
face. Heaven bless you for them, my
faithful Marion, my true-hearted sis-
tor; ay, aud you will be blessed! But
now 1 cau endure the pain of this conversation no moro. I am very weak,
but I am new to such trouble, and it
unnerves me. Suffer me to go; perhaps we may meet again under some
happier circumstances."
"Not here, Dudley, not hero!" and
ahe pointed upwards. Did the reflected
■•lory from the "many mansions" tinge
her countenance with that strange,
beautiful expression, ns ahe spoke i
"Nay, do not look ao grieved and
pained for me; it is better ao—oh, far,
far better sol" and turningto me—"It
ia not for you to weep, my friend, who
know that the burden uf my care ia
too heavy for me to hearl Life is so
sorrowful, Nellie, and rest ao sweet."
She pondered a moment, with her
head leaning on her hand; until Dudley, too much touched for words, laid
his gently on her shoulder, and whispered, "Good-bye." Then she started
up in a moment, with a sudden terror
in her eyes.
"Good-bye!—what good-bye? Oh,
not forever! Dudley—Dudley, I cannot say good-bye!"
Whether it was the lingering tenderness of her tout: as alio uttered his
name, or that one long look of agony
ahe cast on him, that betrayed her, I
cannot, tell; but in that moment he
read her secret, he knew it all; though
never one word crossed his lips, then
or afterwards, I saw he knew it, for his
face was suddenly transfused with
crimson, and he looked at her with
auoh eyea of loving pity as an angel's
might have worn.
"Marion!" he aaid; "poor sister!
poor Marion!"
-And then, as with womanly instinct
she shrank from him, divining all, he
drew her gently towards him, and
touched her forehead with his lips—so
gravely, so tenderly, bo reverently, it
must nave calmed her fears.
I scarcely knew what followed, or
whether they were Marion';- tears on
my face or my own, as I bade her farewell; but I knew it was Dudley's hand
that quietly unloosened my grasp and
led me away to the door.
As it opened there was a rustling of
garments, a flutter of soft draperies,
the movement of a shining arm, and
Eleanor stood before us white aa death,
but carrying her fair head haughtily-
proud even in her surprise.
For a moment the arm on which I
leaut trembled slightly aa their eyes
met, and then, with a grave inclination j
of the head, Dudley passed her and
went out.
As I followed him, wai it fanoy, or
did I hear her utter his name'! Nay, it
was only the soughing of the wind
auum? tho trees, or the rustling of the
crisp fullen leaves.
"For Life Is thorny, and youth is vain-
And to be wroth with one that we love,
Does work like madness on the brain."
*       *       #   .  *       *       *
So the sunshine and brightness faded
out of the dear home life, and over
Sunnyside hung the gloom of despondency, the darkness of the gathered
clouds.
Oh, the dreariness of that November
month, and the aad, aad daya thut were
to follow!
It was such a new thing to seo Dudley suffer; to miss his frank, sweet
smile, and light-hearted jest; to see
him as tho days wont on, ever growing
paler and thinner, as the "sickness of
yearning" made his truo heart grow
faint, and the misery of his wounded
love pressed more heavily upon him.
And though he never complained, it
waa easy to see tho struggle for patience
and forbearance was growing too much
even for hia endurance.
Slight things betrayed this to ine;
irritable words and fretful tones never
known before in Dudley; listtessnesa
and languor, and weariness of the
shaken nerves, and stranger than all,
stornnesB and imperiousneBB of manner
in one never known to rebuke before.
He, the mild, patient master, who
hod ruled the household and the factory with a serenity and equableness
of control that had always excited my
envy, now took umbrage at trifling
faults, and was impatient of the slight-
eat contradiction.
It was wonderful to see how Bruce
bora with him; how he restrained his
own hot temper, lest it should add to
hia brother s sufferings; while the same
spirit of tolerance was manifested by
the men at the factory and the children at home.
"The young master waa not himself," was the opinion of the blunt
operatives, to whom the father's son
wu the light of their eyes; and even
Rill carried out the aame feeling when
ihe laid a plump finger on her lip, and
aaid—
"Dudley not well; he has great
holes in his cheeks, aiid funny black
rings round hia eyes;" while the boya
held aloof from him, not daring to
invite him to their games; Halcot's
eyea growing round with awe, and
Charlie looking shy and conscience-
stricken—for Charlie led us a life in
those days—but-of that anon,
I don't think Dudley knew that he
excited ao much uneasiness; wrapped
up in his own deep sorrow, he neither
invited nor wished for sympathy; even
. mine, io timidly and silently proffered,
he often put from him, though not
unkindly; for however much he suffered, he was never otherwise than
good to me, reserving for me his rare
smiles, and still rarer conversation.
But his pain waa ao great, it could
not fail to wear him out.
Loving Eleanor aa his own soul, he
took the burden of her ciprices upon
himself, and reproached himself with
•everity and iterimesa to her. If he
could only have borne more patiently
with her, poor willful, motherless girl,
th* would never have left him; but he
had only eawd for his own will. He
had rebuked her harshly for her faults,
ht hid never boen gentle with her, he
bid driven her away—yes, he knew
ha hid driven her away.
All reasoning and remonstrances on
the subject were utterly futile, and
only irritated him.
"No one but ha had loved her," he
Mid. "»nd he only too imperfectly,
Md of course nobody underatood her.
It wm very kind to absolve him from
fell faults; but he wm too conscious of
them himself. Only yesterday, one
of his own men had told him he was
out of temper, and he had been ready
to knook htm down for hia impudence,
gently as it was said, but of course he
was right—every one was right, he
knew—and he only waa wrong, and
she had found him so!"
And then he would give that bitter
sigh that always went to my heart,
aud go out and pace up and down the
leafless avenue, sometimes for hours
together, till nil in the house were
asleep except myself, and I watching
drowsily at an upper window.
But hard as it was to see hia sweet
temper racked by harassed nerves, and
his self-eBtem lowered' by such false
humiliation and morbid feelings, there
was oue thing harder still, when, after
days of listless brooding, he would
suddenly return to himself, again, and
strive to become the Dudley of old;
—ah, that was the hardest of all.
He would try so manfully for a time,
taking hia old place beside iny littlo
work tabic of an ovening with liis
bonk or paper, endeavoring (o interest himself aud mo iu the politics of
the day, sharing Charlie's Latin lessons, or helping Halcot in tho grand
now Bled that ho was building; seeming to atone, by his exceeding gentleness, for all he had made us suffer, till
some stray hint or word- -perhaps
some chance allusion—recalling his
lost idol too vividly beforo him, threw
him back again into his old stato from
which there was no arousing him.
The only thing that seemed to soothe
and please him were Herwald's letters,
and these came constantly, and many
sweet womanly ones from Louie also.
But though his faco lighted up when
he read them, and lie looked for them
as eagerly as in the old times, yet he
resisted all their united persusions
that his Christmas Bhould be spent
with them at Hurst Hall, though he
knew that Bruce and Katie wore going,
and were taking Halcot with them.
So, to all Herwald's affectionate entreaties, and Bruce's remonstrances,
he opposed the same decided negative,
"Nellie might go," he said, "and
make the family reunion in tho north
more complete; indeed, he wished lief
to do so, that she might see Queen
Loo in her new home, But for himself, he would intrude his melancholy
face at no man'a table, and, least of ali,
at Christmas time, aud in the house
where he had enjoyed the pleasantcst
days in his life."
And when we saw how our persuasions vexed him, we ell desiBtetl; only
Nellie retained her old right of staying
at his side; nnd indeed, in those days,
she could not have loft him.
So Bruce and Ratio started off on
Christmas-eve for a fortnight's holiday, and Katie wrote me warm glowing letters, saying what a gracious
hostess Louie .made, and how she
looked fair and grand ub n queen, as
she mured about in hor velvet nnd
jewels, her beautiful face beaming with
happiness; whito Herwald—but here
Katie found no language sufficiently.
eloquent for his praise, so simply said!
that he was himself, "and I should
know what that meant from her."
So, when .-Christmas day came, we ,
made but poor pretense nt cheerful- j
ness, and none at Vl nt festivity—we I
left that for Hurst Hall; for Arthur
Vaughan, and Milly, and Hubert
Clive were to be there, and there were j
to be great'doings. A yule-log burnt \
in the grand hall; and Christmas-eve
supper and dance, fur the tenantry; a
S;reat stately dinner, with the Wil-
oughbya and St. Claire, with a table
so long that Herwald would hardly seo
Louie's face smiling through a vista of
candelabras and epergnes.
How differently did the day pass'at
Sunnyside, when Dudley wont, after
church, to fetch Aunt Margaret, and
we Bat down with the children to an
early dinner, and afterwards he went
out for a long country walk through
the drizzling mist and rain, to come
back wan and exhausted, and sleep on
the sofa all the ovening.
It waa hardly a wonder, then, that
I should feel dull and dispirited after
suoh a miserable day, even if I hud
not had fresh cause for uneasiness;
but, as it was, thero wns a new trouble
on my mind.
I had seen Dr. Waldegrave observing Dudley narrowly in church, and
after service he had taken him by the
arm. und had a long private talk with
him; walking up and down the churchyard path.
I had struggled with iny anxiety all
day, lest Aunt Margaret should notice
it; but when night camo, I could bear
it no longer, so, when Hester had taken
her home, and Dudley, rousing himself drowsily, had gone from his sofa
to his bed, I took heart of grace, and
creeping after him, knocked at hia
door.
He was asleep, or feigning to be,
but as I looked at him by the glimmer
of the dying embers, he opened his
eyes and saw me standing at his bed.
"What nre you doing there, you little white mouse ? I was rather sleepy,
for a change, and now you have woke
me up; is anything the matter?"
"No, and I am very sorry if I disturbed you; but, Dudley, I oould not
sleep till I had asked you a question,"
and I sat down beside him.
"A queation 1 a dozen, if you like,
now you have fairly awaked me, for I
have not much chance of rest now for
the next hour or two. Don't loon so
sirry, Nellie; Are away—what do you
want to know?"
"What Dr. Waldegrave said to you
in the church-yard this morning, aftor
service?" I replied, boldly.
He looked at me in suprise, and
laughed uneasily, but did not answer.
"Dear Dudley, I am so anxious to
know." Again he laughed, but his
voice did not ring true to my ear.
"Come, come, Nellie, this is carrying your curiosity too far; can't two
staid churchwardens have a talk over
parish matters without your wanting
to know all about it, you Puss Pry."
"YeB, dear, if you can truthfully
assure me that your conversation was
only on parish business; but even then
I ihould And it rather difficult, for
once, to believe you."
"Why so, little Mystery?"
"Because Dr. Waldegrave waa not
thinking of auch things when he stood
loaning his elbow on the pew door, and
looking at you through his spectacles
ao gravely all the time of the anthem;
he waa. observing you narrowly for
aome reason of his own, for I saw him
distinctly, twice or throe hues during
the sermon, looking at you tigslo; and,
Dudley, I am very uneasy,"
- Again he did not answer me; but by
the dim Bre-light I saw hia faee take
the same worn, anxious expression that
had ao worried me of late,
I touched his hand to arouse hiB attention,
(To bo Continued,)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
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WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
HOST FASHIONABLE IN THE CITY.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C.      [niyW-tc.
A Liberal Offer!
SEEDS WOBTil UKOWHIfi I
DRY GOODS!
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MEDICAL HULL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
IjaPtc)	
B,   0.
MIEMEII,
Next Holbrook's Stone Building,
COLUMBIA
STREET,
SEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMPORTER AMD DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Clothlni?,
Hats and Millinery,
Fancy Ooods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutler]',
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Frails and Confectionery.
Stock large and well selected. AU
Ooods first-class, and will be sold at
very low prices for cash.
mhM
M, ECKSTEIN.
ui a. as u. us as us sis asanas us as as us xx as
lUffiXffiajSSKMSMK-nKCCKW-IJ
us us us as as us a. a
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SELLING OU*
SELLING OUT
SELLING OUT
&&tS(Sfc
0ii!3i-i(li0!Bi««M0*p'0j0-«0j«Bi
OOOOOl	
53S553SS55opo
Job printing of all kinds neatly dono
at the Columbia* office. Prices will be
found lower than at any othor office in
the province—Adv.
Blank Forms.—Agreements of Salo,
Leases, Deeds, and all kinda of blank
forms at T. R. Pcarson k Co's.—Adv.
Will sell his valuable stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GENERALMERCHANDISE
GENERALMERCHANDISE
GENERAL MERCHAEDISE
At a great reduction on
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Hats & Gaps,
Groceries,
Provisions
AND EARTHENWARE.
in per cent, off Grocery Invoices
20 per cent, off Dry Ooods
FOR CASH Oil
The atock Is in good order, and of first-
class quality.   Sale commencing
TO-DAY
Will continue until April 22nd
GOME AND SECURE A BAB6AIK.
WILLIAM RAE
Lflndbom'a Block, Columbia Street.
IREE!   FREE!   "THE FARM AND
GARDEN,'* a reliable monthly pnpor
aevotod to tho agricultural Intercut.
Any pawn ordering t5 worth of SEEDS
from my Cntalogiio will rceolvo the Farm
nnd Gnrdon for ono yoar FREE.
Send your uddroHs on u postal card for
my lint of the latest Improved varlrtli's of
Cholco Hoods, Reliable and Truo. Hem
froo to all who Apply.
In writing, pleuse mention thin paper.
Better than Politics-Good Heeds bring
cheap food and plenty of It, nnd vou enn-t
ufliml to do without them. "Rut for good-
noHB sake don't say I told you."
THOB. TUGWELL,
Seed Grower, Sooko, 11. C.
N. H.—Seed Store at your door. Seeds
sent any where by mnll. Send money by
P.O. Order or Registered Letter nt my risk.
fcZ8-2m T. T.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we the undersigned intend making
application to tho Chief Commissioner ot
Lands ond Works for permission to loose
from the Provinoial Government, the
following described lands in New West*
minster District:
No. 1. Commencing at a squared tree
about 20 chains northeast from the northeast corner of the Seeochum Reserve, on
the Squamlsh river: thence southwesterly
on dividing line between grass land nnd
timber land, a distance of Smiles; thence
at a right angle In a southeasterly direction, a distance of 1% miles, to base of
mountain; thence northeasterly, following base of mountain, a distance of 5
miles: thence northwesterly n distance of
l% miles to point of commencement; containing 4800 acres, more or less,
No. 14 Commencing at a point about 00
chains due cast from tho Intersection of
tho Momcquom and Smiamlsh rivers;
thenco east 100 chains; thonco south 160
chains: thence west 100 chains; thence
north too chains to point of commencement. Said lands being required for timbering purposes.
DeBECK BROS. A CO.
New West., Mar. Uth, 1881.       mhlfl-lm
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving now jfjods
consisting in part of
XZ—TT   OOODS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
V «k     A fine selection of
.   Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
Fort Moody!
FORSALE!
O. Gh.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
I      In all the Leading Colors,   *
LADIES'. UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian  Lambswool,
Fronting on the best portion of the harbor,   suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.
Val-aa*ble Xjan.eS.
On the harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes,
advantages given.
By the acre, in favorable positions, close
to tho terminus.
Town lota and land In the City and District of New Westminster.
Iaa.tendia.gr Ixrvesrtors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B. C.
no7] P, O. Boi 3il. te.
81'KNOE'N BRIDGE
SEED STORE,
NUR8BBV4 OBEENHOUBE.
-18 8 4-
Freak Vegetable and Flower Hee4*-U
Paokagcs Free by mall for 91.00.
■sat* final* and -Harden Flower*.
t'abbaie, Caaltlower, Celery, Egg.Pei*
per, Tnult aad Tobacco Flails ready
about the 24th of Mareh.
GoMeberry, (English), 1 Varieties, 13.00
perdosen.
■ardjr Apple Trees, 8% conts eaoh.
lt,«Mpouds4*lMrb Oalvaalsed lm
Win FeaelMi to arrive by the end of
Mareh, Price, about U cents per pound
at Bpence's Bridge.
Harden ana Farm Implement*.
Brantford Clipper Plow*, Mollno Plows,
Garden Hand Plows, Howers, Horso Rakes
Spades and Shovel*, Spading and Hay
Forks, Oarden and Hay Hakes, Hoes ana
Bcuffio Hoes. Garden Trowel*, Oarden
Pumns. Scythes, Hnalths and Oodles,
Brush Hooks, Grubbing Hoes A Mattocks.
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool  Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark sh-des, White
and tihteo,
LACES,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
•widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,   Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Direct InpMion
C DDflUlM
4 WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.»
L.uiiuiin
BKGS TO INFORM THE RKSID-
euts of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe sliipme .a of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whicli ho will supply
IN BUD or DUTY PAD),
In Quantities to Salt Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollby-e, London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
COLUMBIA   BTBBSia:,
New Westminster,  B. O.
(mhSe-to)
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to. suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries 8 Provisions I
KyGoods delivered  free of
fcharge in any part of the City.
CQ. MAJOR
■Jor. Columbia & Mary SU.,
Circular nnd price list sent free by m»II. I NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mhHm JMUf MIIUAf.   I (ooiato)
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
WAG-ESS
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—OS  THK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IS    ■
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers 9125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .$3 50 to $4 00 {? day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to  3 50    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to  4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst olass  " 60 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to  3 50    "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to  3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class  3 60 "
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class  S 00 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 60 to  200    "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborers  1 76 to 2 00    "
Hewers, lst olass   3 50 ■"
Choppers, lst olass 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, 1st olass    2 60 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Toots.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—ti per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ.
ees to board lu the Company's Houses.
Wise, will be paid monthly, on th.
10th ol eaoh month.
A.  ONBESBOKE,
General Manager.
Office of thi Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
NOTICE.
OUTINGS of tho County Court of Ctirl-
O bao will bo held nt the times and
places hereinafter mentioned:—
At Lillooet Mondny... 0th June, 1684.
" Clinton...      "      ...lBth    »
" Soda Creek..,Salurdny..28th   "
" Quesn-lcm'h-.TliurHdny.Srd July,
"  HlchQeld Monday... 7Ih    "
________________m_m_mi. Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary's Office,
SOth March, 1884. iiihlSml
TABLE
Showing   tbe   dates   tuid places mt
Courti of Aii-lie, Nlii Prius, and
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On VANcotiYKii Island.)
Vlelorln, Monday. 7th April.
Nunulmo Wednesday,....,, -Mi June.
(On Mainland.)
New Westminster,. Wednesday,... 7th Mny.
Yule, Mondny......... lllth May.
Kamloops Friday, :10th May.
Clinton, Saturday,..... 7tliJuno.
FALL  ASSIZES.
[On Vancouvkk Island.]
Victoria,. Monday.. 24th November.
Natmimo, Wcdnosuay, 3rd December.
[On Mainland-]
Rlchfli'Ul, ....Mondny,... 8th September.
Clinton Tuesday,..Mth September.
Kamloops Wdn'sday fith Octobor.
Lytton, Saturday,..18tb Octobor.
Yale,.... Saturday,,35th October.
New west., W'dn'sdny,12th November.
30th January, 1884. fc2tc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
—AND	
HOMES fob EMIGRANTS.
Tlie Government oi  British Columbia
has established an
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all personB wishing to obtain au*
thentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of tho country and its resources will be
supplied free of charge on application.
Persona wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, are invited to place themselves
in communication with the Agent. Particulars should bo furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
Tho Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Square, New Westminster. B. C.
'CTBS.. HOBS,
je20 tc.] Immigration Agent.
NOTIOE
TO ARCHITECTS.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT HEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PAOIFIO NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to ho had utT. R.
Pearson k Co.'s, New Westminster.
spll JOHN IRVING, Manager.
THE IION.THECHIEKCOMMIBBION-
er of Landa nnd Works hereby Invite*
Architects to submit, on or before the 10th
May next (competitive) Plan* and Spool-
ftcntlons, und Estlmntes of Cost, based upon Die subjoined data, for the construction of a Gaol to be creeled In the City of
New Westminstor. British Columbia:
SITE—The' site Is Isolated nnd slopes to
the south, with n fnll of about one foot In
eight feet.
FRONT—The front elevation will face
thosouth.
MATEUIAUS-Tho mntorlnls used In
const ruction will Include stono for foundation, brick for walls, wood, Iron, etc, etc.
CAPACITY—The building must he of
siiHU-ieiit ulte to contain one hundred
prisoners; cells must bo suitable for
either out', ov more than two prisoners;
there must be at least four dark or punish-
ment cells.
Also, quarters for ono warden, officers'
rooms, Kitchens, laundry, store-rooms,
offices und other essentials.
REQUISITES — Tho general arrangement and disposition of the component
{>arts. of the building must bo with a view
o security anu convenience, modern tm-
Erovcmcnts in ventilation and mode of
eating; water must be laid on and means
of extinguishing lire provided; gas will
not bo used.
COST—Tho enst of the building complete
inclusive of all charges, must not exceed
twonty thousand dollars (32O,d0o).
Plans nnd Specifications must be signed
with a nam deplume and accompanied by
a sealed letter containing the true name
and address of the Architect.
The Architect of tho design which may
be adopted (If any) will be paid the usual
commission If ths work ls*arrled out under bis supervision, or ho will be paid livo
hundred dollars (8500) without suporlu-
donee, as may be agreed upon or decided
by the Government.
Tho Architect whose design Ib deemed
next In order of merit will bo paid the
sum of $100.  Rejected designs will be returned. W. S. GORE, Sur.-Genl.
^ Lands and Works Dept., Victoria, B.C.,
NOTICE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IX we intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
tor purmlsslon to purchase 480 acres of
land situated In Now Westminster District, near Moinsplua Straits, described as
follows: Commencing at the northeast
corner of Lot 460, O. I; thence east 80
chains; thenco north 00 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thenco south (10 chains, to
point of commencement.
Moodyville Sawmili- Co. (Ld.)
R. P. RITHET. Sec
February 8th, 1884. fc23-2m
NOTIOE
TIME    TABLE
STEAMERS OF THE
(UMITED),
Carrying H. M. Mails and
B. 0, Express,
leave Victoria for NewWeilnlmter,
TUESDAYS k FRIDAYS at 7 n. m.
leave lie-- Westminster lor Victoria,
WEDNESDAYS * SATDKDAYS, at
7 a.m.
THOS. I. BRIGGS,
ou20tc Agent.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Old Bboad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTrfrUTJEP 1808.
OR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
_ Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Book, und the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Ves '
sets on navigable rivors and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FBOM LOSS OK DAMAGE BT FIBB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 BTG.
Rates of Premium and every information can he obtained on application to
F
w.
i. ARMSTRONG,.
Agent for Now Westminster.
DR. SPINNEY & C0.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SPINHBY, Te1lknm.aatlieb.il.
tier ur the Montreal, (0. B.) Medical I11.H.
lute, and late Proprietor of tlie BI'INSBVVII.U!
INr'HIMARY, would moat reariectlully Inform
hi. patient, nnd tbe mulcted generally, that he
.till continue, to treat chronic and nervona dl..
BSBM With unparalleled ancceu.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Remember that procrutlnstlon tt the ttitef of .
tlm-mo (
OOME AND BB HEALED.
It mutters not what your troublee mny be, come
nud let tlio Doctor cumine yonr caw. It will
coat you nothing for connult^ton, toph-*» call
and tatliiy younelvei whothur tha Doctor umttr-
•tciniti yourcaea. If tia can cure you he will tell
you 101 tf not, be will tell yon that, for be will
not undertatcB a chsu ubImi he li confldt-nt of ef.
feeling a enro.
Partial at a dfntance wlnhlng treatment, by
lending $25 anil a minute deicriptlon of their .
trouble! will receive In return a fnll coune ot
treatment lecnrety pnekpd eo u not to Mclte en.
rloslty, ".E'-r.ti"-
DK. SI'INNKY will gaarantea to Icrfclt Flva
Hundred Dollars Tor every cue of any kind or
character which ha undertake! and fell* to cure,
P. tl.—For dlMMec of fihort (landing, a fnll
course nf mcdldun, anfBclent for a cure, with
all iuntructiom, will be Dent to aoyaddrtMon
receipt of 110.
Oall «r AtMrtM
Dr. SPHERE.V * CO.t
9 28-ly-    No.llKemney<!t.,SanIunciiieo,Oa).
DRTALLErS
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
%t\i Kearny St.. Ban Franoisco, Cal.
ESTmiHRID FOR THE SOIIltTIflO ASD BPIIDr OCU'
orCDHosio, NwouBAVDfinctAlDnuus.
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
Duwi
T/E1IOE * OO. ARE HOW PRE.
JY pared to supply the very best Ale
from the Westminster Brewery. Orders
left with Mr. Chas. MoDonough, Front St.,
shall have prompt attention, Jaoto
Notice to Shippers.
FROM DATR, AND UNTIXFUR-
ther notice! the Bteamer "Gipsy"
will mako regular semi-monthly trips direct to New Westminster, B. O., sailing
from New Tacoma on tho 1st and 15th
of oach month.
noH-tc. .   C. E.CLANCEV.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Colonial Hotel are requested to presont thom to the undersigned at once; and all persons indebted
to tho said hotel are requested to make
immediate settlement
J. E. INSLEY, Proprietor.    -
New West,, Dec. 17th, 1883.      [delO-tc
STOTIOE.
Estate of J. W. Hrnnfjmy, Deceased,
4
Lb PfcHSONB HA VIHO AUY
ri otalm ugnlnst Jnmcs W. H.rmossy,
iafo of I-.wW.stmlr.sttr, hottl k«ep.r,
deceased, nro recmlred to s.nd ..Hi. In
writing, properly verified, to the under-
Jlinrdonor boforeand April, 1884. And
SSpSmni Indebted to said Jumes W.
Hennessy are requested to pay thp amount
of their indebtedness lo the undersigned
on or beforo .aid day.
r,ated81..M.r.h1WENNE8gYi
mha.-lm Executor.
NOTIOE.
S HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
Intend to apply to the Chief Comtnls-
nner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase tho following dMcrTbed lands,
situated In the Distriot of New Westmln-
. Commenting, at the NW oomor of the
Govcrnrornt Reserve, situated on the
southern sido of Ens lish Bay;.thenee due
south, along tho wesTern boundary of said
Itescrvo, to Us southwest corTitr; thence
dun wost UO chains, mow or li-ss.tothe
eastern boundary of Point Orey Reserve;
thonco duo north, along safd eastern
boundary, to the shore oi English Bay:
thonco rasterly, along shore tif English
Bay. lo the place of commencement, ctrt*
tnlnlng about WO ^^^^^JJ'ams.
Victoria, B. C. «rd April, 1884.       apO-'to
R. AIABN. AS IS WBLL KNOWN, IB A
.' regular graduated Physician, c-lneatwl at
_jw-loin Collen and Dnlvendjy of Hlcblnn. Hs
Ui doTOted a lifetime to tlio study of ths treatment and cure of dlunwi within till ipfcUlty,
-roxTmVi* aonr
And MIDDLR AORD MEN, wbo aro mfffrlug from
tht effect! ef Youthful Indhcntluiii or Kacetsei
In mitumycan.NiavoosendPoYMCALDiJiUiT,
lUMTIKOi, Lost Makbood, conftiiton of Ideas,
dull tye*. avenlon to society, despondency, plm-
ples on tno bee, leu of energy anil memory, fn.
qnencyof urinating, oto.
Mt HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE
iHating beeu turgeon In charm of two leading
oerttali) enables me to treat all private troubles
with excellent remits. I vrlih it diitinctly understand tbat I do not claim to perform Impoatlblli-
ttei, or to have mlraculom or lapenatunu power,
I claim only to bo t aklllful and luoceatful Pbyil-
clauaml Surgeon, thoroughly Informed (n my
•pwlalty—
DISEASES OF MAX.
All applying to me will rathe my honest
opinion of their complalnta—No experimenting. I
will guarantee a poaltlvs cure In every case 1 un-
dertuke, or forfeit $1,000. Coniultatlon In oflce
or by letter rats and atriotly privets. Charges
reasonable. Thorough examlnntlon, Including
chemical and microscopical analyili of urine, sua
advice, 96.00. Offlce sours, 9 to 8 dally, 6 to 8
evening.  Sunday, Oto 13 only.  CaUoraddresa
OR.   ALLEN,
34^ Kearney street, San Francliico, Oal,
*S* Remember, tbe Doctor bu a Vnsvuu
Cohmond, the result of many yean of special
practice and lia-dntiidy, which, under hie special
advice, bu never failed ot incceea In tbe cun of
lost Manhood, PxoitatohusA, etc.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
Ii.nerer-fniHng jf
Out. (or Nm»-
o u» Debility ,Ej.
ImujteJ VlUlit.
of . ny k I n d,
Weakness, P.r-
.lysis, Frost..
torrl)oe.,«nd .11
th. terrible effect, of.onthfal
follies,.nd excesses In m.tttnrf»n..
DR. MKm will •(»• to forfeit
fire Hundred Dollara for. c.s. of
tbla kind tb. Villi ReiiOratlTe (under
bl. special .drlc. .nd trestmentjwlll not
cure, ne for .nythlrji Impure or Injurious
found m It. DK. MINTIK tresis .11 Dla-
HBM luccessfully without mercury.
Consul l»llO« free. Thorough tihtl-
nation .nd .drlc., to'00. Pile, of TIU1
KMIortllTti *3-oo • bottl., or hur
times tb. quantity, SIO'OO) sent to .ny
address upon reoeipt of price, or 0.0. D„
aecur. from oba.tv.tlon,and In print,
nam. If deairid, by A. K. IIHI1K,
".D.
Those who cannot visit DI, IIKHI
In San Franciaco abould aend a fall. Ind
minute statement of their trouble, with
|!5'00, and In return a full coura. of
Medicine will be forwarded, aecurely
p.cked, ao ia not to exolt. curioalty.
All orders for medlcli. 0,0, D. mat
ba accompanied with 11.00 (aa a guar-
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