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Array floyetnmont GmoH-
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IS   MULISHED	
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— BY —
D. ROBSON  Su CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Edi*
TORIALAND BUSINESS DEPARTMENT THROUGH T. R,
Pearson & Cos. Book & Stationery Store,
THRMS-By Moll, J:i n yuur ■ $1 CO fur 0 mua.;
fl fur a iiiii!-. - [iiiyi'lili- in Ailvutico.   Doi Iv-* ret)
'•-■"""-----r Agont, fl |iur (junrtur, pnyuLIu
"'""*"- t Agont.
l-y Currier 01
quarterly lo Onrifer
AGENTS
T. H. Hidben & Co. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearson & Co YAtE.
I. P. FISHER AdvcrtlHlng Agont, 21 Merchant's
KxclintigD, Sun lfriiiiclicoi In nut 11 ori sod to receive
Aitvertlnumoiit-i fur this jin'iur.
THIS PAPER
Hummatwr Advortlilmr
The British Columbian.
...BV ■ nf Ball u«o. i'. HoWiiIl ACo.'t
NowHpa-ior Ailviti-lliilii-f llunmii (10 Spruco St.),
wliero nilvortiiilii'! cmiti-ncls may bo mado fur It in
I'AIIU.
Iht pitisK fohtmbimi.
satnrdi.}   .Homing, August 30, iw*l.
Kdncalioanl FaJacIcs.
At a recent meeting of the Ontario Tencliera Association Principal
Grant, of Queen's College, made an
addroaa in wliich do gitve lii.s views
upon Hoiuti phases of tlie educational
myetem.     The  address   was   upon
"oome Popnlnr Fafaefas upon tfio
Stibjoct of Education,"    Tbo pro-
feasor began by stating tlmt lie did i
not olioose to spenk of till fulacies in
education, but only home.    He did
nob propose to give thorn opinions,
but to attack fallacies,    If opinions
wero to he given, for instance, he
might say tlint he would  prefer to
have it noil-]jul(tidal head of the education di'put-timiiit, one   huving »
sent in  tlio limi.se, but not for any
particular constituency, nnd with tho
tight to speak on educatiomil mat*
tern, hot without tiie right to vote.
He would not argue the proposition,
ho would merely state it.    A minister of education wntihl   be nil tho
better if lio were not a politician.
He thought that, in  order to progress, they must ho freed from tho
thraldom of mere words and theories.
The theory ridden mind was almost I
debarred from progress.   One of the
things to be got rid of ahove nil was
conceit.    We had got into the idea
that we had a perfect system.    We
took  prizes at foreign exhibitions,
mid    intelligent  strangers  coining
here, being interviewed and desiring
to say something civil, praised our
educational system.   We therefore
got a conceited idea that we were
far ahead of other countries, and
that idea was had for us,    In order
to know what was a fallacy they
should  know what was tho real object of education.   The real object
was to place the mind in tho best
state to assimilate and utilize truth.
A true system must aim nt sending
out tho youth with minds ^flexible j
und strong.   The first fallacy wliich
showed then was to aim ut absolute
uniformity in tiie education of a
whole country.   There was a certain
similarity of minds, hut men were
not made like bricks in a brickyard.
Intimately connected with  this fallacy wns tho desire for centralization.
This was seen in its perfection in
military  life,    Tlie result was tliat
as soon as an attempt was made to
put the machinery to practical use it
broke down. Education should huvo
reference to tho race, surroundings,
and   circumstances   of the  pupils.
Uniformity was apt to lead to badness, and the uniformity of badness
was tho abomination of desolation.
Another result of this fallacy was
over-stimulation.   What became of
all tbo clever boys, the Admirable
BHchtons of the school 1 We found
that the leading politicians of the
country had been the same for some
time.   What became of all the gold
medal  winners?   No wonder that
somebody had said tbe hopo of the
country was in its stupid boys,   Tlio
delicate sensitive brains were killed
by over-stimulation. There wus seon
tho evil of early competitive examinations and of frequent promotion
examinations  for young  children,
particularly when the promotion of
tho teacher depended upon the result,   Poor   man 1   He   must livo
though they died.   Boys brought to
him examination papers, and be con-1
fessed   that he would ho plucked
upon them.   Thero was also the result uf cramming, whioh left the
bruin in n congested state.    Voting
men came to college anxious not to
study as much as possible, but barely
to scrape through.   Anothor result
wus that the mind was dissipated
among a whole lot of subjects.    In
many schools   were tho three It's
badly done and a great many ologies
not done at all.    The   men  who
framed tho curriculum had no intention of putting in so much, but
every man  who  camo   along bad
some now fad and so nil this lot of
subjects wero pressed down upon the
poor little shrinking  brain.     Tho
great thing, be   thought, was   to
teach the children how to read.   If j
they taught them to read so as to
understand what they read, thero
wns no chamber of the great temple
of knowledge which they might not
unlock, and if they did not unlock
them it was their own fault.   Then
there should be optional courses, and
those studies most useful for their
gymnastic results.   He highly commended tbo German system of intermediate schools, and called attention
to the fact that tho professors of the
Berlin University hud declared that
even for the study of science, tbo
gymnasium was   better   than   the
school in which the science teaching
was begun,    Rut hor than a training
in mathematics be would train in
literature, for a literary training was
in his opinion the best for at'  men.
He would not go into grammatical
analysis, for that was dry and genor-
, ally   dono   mechanically,   A   boy
tearing a sentence to pieces lost sight
of the thought*" which it contained.
Ho would teaeb language, for words
expressed thought, and further they
stimulated thought on the part of
those who studied them.   Ho believed also with  Max Midler that "he
ing up another branch rli n. math Ens, n. d.
Maasi ash ^tf--»
bring the plastic, tinawakened mind ■'■■'"■>-***ci!-st.John mroet, opposite the
ot  tlio child  in  coutaot   with   the       ■PnWIo School, Now Wostmlnstor.
formed und awakened mind of tho  ____
teacher.   That wuh a  good   rule.
TIib better the teacher tho better the
MESSRS.
school.   Having   found what they
wanted in education, therefore, tlie
next thing was to find how to secure
the best teachers, retain them, and
got the most out of them when at
work, and how should tbey smooth
tho way of the children to come in
contact with these teachers.   A host
of fallacies clustered   round theso
questions.   Some people laid that
they could get the best teachers hy
paying them.   He did not believe
that.   Tho best way to atitiuUte
men was uot to nppeal  to ignoble or
partly ignoble motives.    The exam
1 pie of the .Scottish parish schoolmasters for three hundred years, the
position of the German masters today was against this view.   To secure teachers they should  make the
profession thoroughly honorable. To
do that thoy must follow the lines
of other professions.   It must not
be supposed that the best way was
to hire teachers by the your; they
did not got ministers, or lawyers, or
doctors iu  that   way.   They must
enable the teacher to retain his self-
respect.   They could not do that by
repressing   their  individuality, by
putting thein into official strait-waist
coats which were only to bo changed
for others which   made new sore
spots.   Jn his time they_ had too
Q ». TREW, M. J>, M. C. P. *S ,0.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
. guweon a G. Penitontiory, »is
\_M«mtAt .Tall, ConiniJrTor
n Now
J DIB-
HcKentle Streets   Residence, Mary St
se-lMc
JJ PHYSICIANS A BUBGK0N8.
Office, Columblu it., opposite City Hotel.
Offlco always open, dny and night.
Arch. MitcLcod, D. A..M. D„ C. M. (Mc*
Gill), formerly of New-York PWiroIInlc.
A. MacSwain, II. D. (Harvard!, LlueiUl*
to of Royal College of Physician*, Lon*
COME AND SEE
ateo. .„,.
don, Eng,
TT  Bf. COOPflR, B. A..M. O.,
"V   PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. I ™«wne prompt aticnti
OFWWniiWT^ *i4***y hare tor sale Town ami
(noxt door to Farmers' Hni»*v *"•■• ■ -  . -   -
(noxt door to Farmers' Homo), -near
Columbia St., Now West minster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUKS-81ol0a.ni.- Ito3and
fl..V to 8 p, m. Calls Ip town nnd country promptly attended to. fo2t«
Respectfully beg to inform the public of
New Westminster nnd District that
tbey have commenced business ns
Und Surveyors & Draughtsmen
Heal Estate Brokers & Agent*,
Conveyancers, Acconnlant°,6e.
And are now prepared to recolvelnslrun*
tions In tboir several brunches.
All business placed In thoir hands will
receivo prompt attention.
JOHN S. McGUlBBi M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SUBOEON.
Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, as
also Assistant Surgeon lato Honorable
East India Company Service, wishes to
announce to tho peoplo of Lillooet Dis* j
trict that ho has taken up his residence
ntCMNTOVand opened a drugstore. All |
com mul cations by mnll promptly attended to. mylwJrn
T\R. CHEADLB.
11 DENTIST,
Associated witli Dr. Welsh, oan bo found
nt ills offlco, over D. S, Curtis A Co,'s drug
store, Columbia street, New Westminster.
Offlce honrs-From 0 a.m. to 12 m., nnd
*•"— * •** " - - Jc21-te.
from 1 to fi p.m,
pORBOl'I.D * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
much regard for their Sl/Qta Oj-^*^
to complain of tho teachers, but be —-	
was afraid it was not always so now.
It was not calculated to promote
.I Suburban
Lots In New Westminstor,
Town Lots at I'ort Moody, Port Hammond and Lots on town sites nt
Hpstlngs,GranvIllo nnd
English Bay
Also farming lands on the Lower Fraser.
Omco-FltONT Stiieet,
Opposite «', P. ST. Company's Wlinrf.
 feO-tc. ___
Union Temperance Hotel,
* FVTItKVIII.E, 4 IIILM'-VIU' k.
Board aud Lodging.     Horses for Hire.
THOS. BARTLETT,
Pproprietor.
rpHE PROPRIETOR. JAMES TURN-
I BULL, having again taken possession
of Mm TK.HI'ERA\< K UOI'MK fronting on
On]iirnbin and Oliureb Stroots, opposite
Episcopal Church, Oity of Now We«uniu*
stor, B, i.'., nnd now Known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
ocommodato all his old friends and
llbllo generally who favor him with
a call, hi old prices. Board pordny,81,00i
Bonrd per week, S3.00; Mingle Meals, 25
cents; Beds, 2*- cent;', titer (foud accomino-
(taMon for Ladles mid Families,    au20tc
Will n
B. C. A. A.
1883.
FIRST PRIZE!
I
'jor gfjie'er-gg gent.
"I^or^saleT
1 I.AMl) KN1TTIN0 MACHINE.   Price
1  SKI.  Apply at Tills Office,        nugtc
FORSALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
wool iiiiil Ktrtuv iiiiitlroKKCH.  Apply at
111I18-10  nils omit:.
TO   LET.
FIIIUNISHED BED-ROOM for ulnfc'le
£ gentlemnii; live minutes' walk from
Post Office.—Apply nl Office of Tills Paper.
 (auete)	
Room to Let.
J.-lUBNISHED OU UNFURNISHED, IN
: a private residence,  convenient lo
uslness pnrt of the eity.  Apply at
MlSO-lo THIS OFFICE.
P^'-E^U^oY-arf'le'SS
£,Best Agrieuiturni_ ionrnnl In tho
ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W. Judd, Pres.
7">1 Broadway, Now York. Jeli-to
T   T. WILKIN SOX,
'CUSTOM BOOT A SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. C. Flrst-Clftssworkmsn-
fihlp. Repairing neatly nnd quickly oxc*
-"'id.  Terms strictly cash.        my2I*5m
 —  —  fiuuiuwi ea0h Issno.   4,-lnl Year.    I
the self-reapact of tho teachers ,by  gJ^nJJSnS JU'AJL1*?,1"
compelling them   to retire at" the'—'
end of three years unless they passed
a higher examination.   But   they
said theso teachers wero given permits to go on teaching.   That was
simply putting the rope mound the
teacher's neck and giving him to
understand that the rope might bo
tightened aud his official life taken
away at auy time. Again they
would not allow the teacher to examine. Tf they wanted to find out
the pupils' ignorance, that was right
But the object was to find out his
knowledge. This system was obsolete in England und should not be
retained here. The teachers hampered, pressed back, und harassed,
were often told that one of the great
needs of their profession was that
they should be enthusiastic. What
encouragement was there for them to
bo enthusiastic!   No  wonder that
Sunnyside Hotel,
8RANVILLE. B. C.
McLEOD&McINNES
■FRO-FKX-ETOKe!-   [Jly(im3
-IT(JURAT * FBY,
HOUBB AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kolsomlnlnff ami Paper-Hang*
lag, Suop—Clarkson street, opposito tho
Now Westminster Jail, Now Went minuter,
British Columbia. npMa
-pOYAli IIOTBL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Flrst-Olass accommodation for Travelers.
MBS. M. A. HARPER,
myul-'H-ly Proprietress.
DHM HOTEL
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
OEOSS'
MUSICAL  AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Victorin,   -   -   I'ritisli   Coltiiubji
STEIKWAV I'l.lVOS
MltkUIN I'l.lMW
din kiiiim; I'liMis
II11VI11 PI.ITOS
Tl. IlKIL   A (OMI-AMS lllll. 1\
 (Juailel	
FURNITURE I
mm UNDRltSIGNED HAS PLEA-
X sure tn announcing that ho is now
prepared to supply all kinds .of Furniture, ko,, at tho lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all ita branches. The undersigned
lias tho only HEAKSE in tho City. A 1
continuance of public patronage solicited. J
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE, I
Lato Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture |
a*"*- aufito
-TO-
KURTZ&CO
-FOE-
CIGARS
[Signed]
A. PEELE,
(ec!7tc)
inwiiY
Oxen for Sale,
TWO YOKE OF 6-YEAR 01D WORK-
OXEN lor ule. Qlrtli froiiiSIeetll
in. to 7 feet 1 in. Almi-1 BUI.L and 1
STAG, unbroken, good size.
WM. H. LADNER,
nlli291e Lndner'H Landing.
Milch Cows For Sale.
-GENERAL	
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City.
TOE CULIVARY DEPAITHENT
IS UNUEB THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPEEIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDEESIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to niiDouncoto the Public that he
haa purchaaed the above Hotel, wliere
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rate.. ^^^^^^^^^^—
-    -   ,        ~~T-     .      .      . rpHE "BROOKHnRST PLAOB," «ltu-
Tbe Parlors and Sleeping Apart- 1   ntcd 8 milea Irom Ladner's Landing.
meals are under the superintendence and 0/rom New Weatmlnster, oonslrtlnj
of MBS. AOMIN. o/HMaeresofll~l..i"..'"-    -
Private Dining Rooms lor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Beading Boom, commodious,   comfortably furnished,  and
o,l nJ*i. i—'-— -
THE UNDERSIGNED HAB FROM ONE
to ten good mile!! cows for .ale. They
are quite gentle and nrst-cloas milkers.
For particular* apply to
P.GANNON,    .
Butcher Ailtock Dealer,
rahlu-tc. Ladner's Landing.
Farm to Rent.
provide* for thn uae of mienta.
Ia supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liqcobs, Cigars, &c.
of UU ncres of flrst-cIiiHs land, well adapted
for farming, and espeelally adapted for
grazing purposeH. Fine chance, TorniH
eany. Parties aro Invited to call and In-
Jlylttc
speet crop.
General Agent   for Britiith
for the
Columbia
BAGNALL Lamb Knitting Mac,"'ne!
jno.
AUSTIN,
PaoraiETOR.
THE
IHPORTHR & MANUFACTURE!- OF
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(JlySyl)
J. A. CALBICK,
OONTBACTOE
tunny lore the profession, ami they lri nB,„m„„...	
not tho worst.   He presented those
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Prj- fiMdn nn*l iiroctrlt*, Mllltaery and
Went y tiooi*.
Plrst-ClanN Dresamaker In attendance.
 my3!--M»ly
TTVGHES * ATKINSON,
HEAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Account* collected
nnd Loans Negotiated. Offlce, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Offloe, New West-
minster, B, (,'.
J. C. HlTQIIES, T. C. ATKINSON,
Notary Public.
Jell-to
C D, RAND,
Notary Poblic.
E. E. RAND.
views with submission, known w
that on somo points there would be
dillereuces of opinion, He asked
them to remember that ho had been
talking about fallacies. Had he
been talking about their encouragements his tone would have been
dill'orent. Vot they hud many things
to encourage them, and their position was much better than that of
the teachers who Imd preceded them.
They had the grandest material to
work upon-—-minds created in God's
own imago—and in their bunds lay 	
the destiny of   the   country.    He  Keal Kninle Broken., ronvey«ieem«nd
asked them to remember that, and !■■■»■« Ak«i»-
prayod   that tho blessing of God  Vottit^y^^^tyt^mtcrVt0,
would rest upon them in their labore.  0FFlCE-Colurabla street, opposite Post
 .   . Offlco, Now WMtmlnnter. B. C.    JljWo
Thoro seems a good deal of doubt	
nbout whether the Chinese have or
hnve not actually declared war against
France.   If they have it  hus been
against the advice of their best friends.
But it may, as things go, turn out not
to be the worst policy.   It does not do
for nations nny more than for individuals to bo begging the pardon of
overy person met for the misfoctuno of
boing in extstunco, or to be yielding to j
any and every demand that mny bo
mado simply in order to be let alone.
It is too often the case that the more
tho readiness to yield is manifested tho
more urgent and varied the demands
mado.   So tho Chineso may conclude
that as this process of yielding will
havo to cud aomo timo, it may, just
fell Jin »'1* •"•A  ■■     '
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING ANDRE.
PAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
AMD ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRD1ENTS,
WILL VISIT THU MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
ho happy to receive and execute, orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or ragunitcttV
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Kcary, N. W„ will receive prompt attention. jySStc
w^rTo-arke,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER ANO COMMISSION
MERCHANT
well as not, end now.   A good many
who profess to know are of opir'
that in spito of all that is said to
m  J. TRAPP.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia street New Westminster
Arrangements nro being made lor an
extensive Auction Snlo ot Real Estate, to
take place In Mny Next. Parties desirous
of disposing of their farms, etc., will do
well to place (he same in the hands of the
above.
All commissions will recelvo prompt
and careful attontlon. Host references
given when required.
SlUmsttl Fur ii lulled.   Saw* Sharped nnd Set.
SHOP-Merebant Square, Columblu St.
New WeHtmlnster, in rear of Thos. Oven'
Blacksmith shop. feiote^ i 8Alc8 Room, Fire-proof Building,
I Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
trT Liberal advances made on Consign-
[ ments.
To facilitate the salo of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and tho Districts. |
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
[ Stock, Stock iu trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction |
Sale, can Iind a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Olliee of tho British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Ollice of Harbor Muster nml I'ort Warden, fold
I Good Accommodation for Tra-
'      tellers and Tourists.
Within Ave mutates* walk or tbe Railway Station,
ST. MARY'S MISSION, B. G.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified and certificated nur-te and accoucheur, and in prepared to give the best attention and
accommodation to invalids and ladies
during confinement at her homo as
above, the situation of which is one of
the most salubrious and delightful on the
Lower Fraser. A skilful r' ' '
be in attendance if required
FARM FOR SALE.
PPOSITE CHILUWHACK LANPING
on the nortii side of Fraser river.
Well ininiovt-d; good orchard: 400 fruit
trees; a tine lot of small fruit; 10 acres In
timothy; good house, and barn. Forfur-
thor particulars apply either by letter or
person to
JlylOtc
. , R. C. GARNER,
Johnson's Landing, B. C.
POR WAT.B.
SH».IW FARM,
XX situated within one mile of Miller's
Lnmlliig. Kumiis, consisting of 520 acres
Srairle, 170 fenced, 05 aeres in meadow;
welling house of 7 rooms; a good dairy
ond commodious barn and outbuildings.
Thero Is a good orchard of choice iruiMn
benrlni*.    wm >." —'-• —■■■
"fi-a?te
HASTINGS, B. I.    FORSALE.
A skilful physician will
it.    jo!!6m3
-DOMINION-
BOOTS and SHOESl
FBOM
HEATHOBN'S
Boot £ Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
THIS FINE ANI) COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has heen recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlot, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. The prospeot is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, end the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatched from the main
building.  *
£T The Hotol is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from Now Westminster twice a day.
—D8EY,
Humus, B. C.
W. II. KF.AHV
Wishes to dispose of his Stationery Bad
Book More and the good wiil of the business. TERMS EASY, which can be ob*
tnlned on application to T. J. Armstrong.
Mnmli 31st, 1881.
ap2-te.
(LIMITED)
S'lop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia St.. New Westminster.
mhl2-te
who profess to know are of opinion.
that m spito of all thnt is said to tho  _
contrary, China will bo found to hav '
moro vitality nnd staying power tin
sho usually gets credit for.   Moji sho
has to superfluity. Indeed, somo would
Bay that tho death of a fow thousands
or a fow hundreds of thousands' would
scarcely bu reckoned a calamity at all,
whilo it is an undoubted fact that those
almoud-oyed geiitlomon are brushing
up wonderfully, and if led nud drilled
by European olliccrs,  who could be
oasily had in abundance, would soon
become very formidable.   They might
lose a few buttles, but instead of being
iit this way disheartened and rendered
ready lo surrender, thoy would very
likely be hardened by the procoss into
very  oflectivo  soldiers, and  trained
through defeat for victory.   All tho
finest and most rooent, munitions uf
war could easily be had and in any
quantity, so that in spite of nil the talk
about suoh a war being to tho French
a moro summer's  picnic and  "walk
over," wo aro inclined to believe that
it would not bo tho easy job it is represented to be.   It is to bo hoped,,
however, that the diflicmlty may still
bo Bottled without having recourse to
the stupid process of lighting, whieh,
aftor all that has boon or can be said
on the subject, leaves the question of
the right or the wrong of tho quarrel
very much where it found it.  Besides,,
the finances of Franco aro ju suoh a '
wretched condition that it is doublful
if alio could afford to go to war, except,
of course, on the plan, no doubt contemplated, of making the contest Blip*
port itsolf.   It is to be hoped in any
caso that Britain will bu Kept out of
thu squabble.   In all conscience she
has enough on her hands ut
m    H.FALDING,
LAND, HorsK AN I) GENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Col lector, Conveyancer,
IKE, EIRE A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom Houso Drokor,
Agent for V. T. Johnston A Co.,Seedsmen,
 -Viotorin,	
Ami John Leahy, Brewer, Victoria.
Ot'PtCRi
McKciis-lo Bt, one door front Columbia Ht,
NEW WESTMINSTER, fl. C.
_ apM-to
W. M. JONES,
MUD BAY, B. G.
PlIKI'AUKI) TO FURNISH nll kinds
of
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Ami anyUiIng In Uiovcilnrllne.
Jt-S «■«•■»»'«»» »-■-1«'«-•»
 __t_	
WEST END
H. I-!. CHOAKIiAI'.K. A. W. .TONKS.
OROA8DA1LE & JONES,
Real Kiiliite A g c a M and II r o k e r I.
Particular nttnntlon paid to the mile Of
farming lands.
Money to loan at low ratosof iiitcrcstou
Improved fnrms.
Large lists of town and country property i
for sale.
OmcK-CJovornment Ht, near flroughton,
Victoria, B, i\    V 0 box mi,      upfi*te
WOODS & TURNER,
Coaveyaaeers,
Benl EMolo Aero,,,   i„„,|   jgritjnr..
■■runalilarn uml liisurnnrc lucnts.
Onr property lists nre now vory com-
Wm anil wo would call nttontion to tho
folUnviiiK selections, whioh wo are on-
uliloil to offer nt very renaonalilo 'inures,
■itlesgiuiriintceu:
New Westminster City.
ik XXXJI—good Tcsidjutee
New Westminster, B. C.
BEG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they are now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
jy28'o
GEO.
BLACK,
Proprietor.
FOR   SALE.
A FARM OP 100 ACRES IN LANOLEV
Municipality, opposite Port Hammond, Hi acres cleared, wllh miiiiII house
remainder covered with older and vine
maple bush, with but very littlo heavy
timber. Soli a uniformly deep clay loam.
Will bo sold cheap for cosh.
Apply to
Ji-2Sm:i
PAUL MURRAY,
Maple Ridge.
FOR SALE.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE BEST DAIRY FARM IN TIIE
Provlnceof British Columbia, situated
in Lower Sumns, constating of 1200 acres,
of which 1100 is prairiennd the remainder
timbered. ThereiHRgooddweltlnghoUrie .
of li rooms; nllrst-cIasH dairy with wnter
power complete for churning; a large
barn 130x,U, Terms, one-half down and
balanco on 0 years' time nt 8 per cent.
Will be sold witli or without stock. Apply
to A. S. VEDDER,
je-l-3m CnIllIwhnck.B.C.
Plain ami Fa
|     UUIiU-     null,
And ConfooUouory always on hand,
Delivered lo nny pnrt of tin- Oity.
3EEXATT B»os..   Columbia streol
joai-to
Ut 20, bl
site.
Subdivision of lot 10, i>;
00x132 foot.
Southwest
 Wo Hnve on Hand	
ALE and STOUT
(Quart, ju Glaus),
ii.,... i. -""„"" "-" "»"«. it, present,
■li-utgl) n. tlimB» „ow atniul botivoon
'ralioo and England very little might
I-rooinitnto a nonHiot u miscliiovuu.
Ever]' Nan lo his own Bnsiness
-$-.   FEBLS,
PRACTICAL
CHEM1ST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Iin: COLONIAL HOTKI.),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
ML
•ko tart* only ono l„ngllnge knows  hntn^-fi, ""   °°M *"" b°     N' »•
Physician-' Prenrrlptlons and "nail) Recipe* a Specially.
N. 11. — Only Genuine Drug. iued.
Ov«r twenty years'experience.    mr2.1
(All Brands, at Factory Prices),
HAVANA    CIGARS,
 AND^—.
California Matches I
KYLE & TILTON,
front 8l„ New Wcsimlnsier. I
IJiyitoto) I
ick XXXV-
i[ lot 17, Muck XXXVI.
New Westminster Su burbs,
Lots 7 and i>, Mock V—graded, cleared
and fence.!; adjoining residence of \V. If.
'J'owiiMciid. K.,i|.
Lots (is unci 70, Mock V.
Subdivisions of Iota I and 2, Mock li.
Subdivisions of lots 10 and 'i',1, block 7.
New Westminster District.
(luini farina in all parts.
105 acros on Palnu Crook road,
-(.'ill ncrca at Mutflijiii—good dairy farm;
highly Improved* to bo sold with stock
and iiuplomeiita if doslrod,
■JOO aflii'8 at Suiiins—a ajdoiidid clinucc
for dairy fanniTa.
245'ooroa nenr Ladnors Ijinding.
H'.'.Q aei'ea" on Eiilu Isliuul,
Port Moody.
A liu-ye uml oompleto list,
all party of the Town-fin-.
Land Surveying
In all ita Imindics; mops coui])ilod, tracings prepared, nnd nll ilesenptions of surveying carofully and promptly attended
to.   .'10 years' exporieiieo.
Having been over almost tho whole of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we aro in a position to
givo intending purchasers n correct description of tlio property offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of intcrost.
HAVING largely increased
the capacity of the Mill
and added a most complete outfit of woodworking" machinery,
they arc now manufacturing
kinds of
-ixqr.unnta	
THK LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEOETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Lath,
iii>i\
•acmg
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS,  BRACKETS,
1    SCROLL, SAWED. AND
TURNED WORK.
 -ALSO	
FURNITURE
Of .ill kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
dezstc Ladner's Landing,B.C.
SECOND-HAND
IN ACCORDANCE: WITH THKpra-
vIhIohn mado nl Inst session of tlie log*
Ixliitlvi'nssf-inlily, notice Ih hereby given
(Imi ii Free High School will be opened at
New Westminster,
Durlpg llR* first week In August noxt.
Tills will bo u Government. Hchool, nnd
lhe course nf study will be Hint prescribed
by the Provincial Kilueiitlonnl Department. The curriculum wfll embrace nil
subjects necessary for CollegO matriculation, und for qualifying persons to obtain
provincial teachers' cert ill cutes. The
school will be under n tirst-cliiss teacher,
Persons desirous of entering the classes
I should communicate with tne secretary
as earls'as possible,
CYLINDER 8xi2, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill: with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
in ^ood order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mil). Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1881.   [de22tc
T. j. TRAPP,
See. Bd.ot Trustees.
Agents For
The Ph'orix, of Brooklyn,   nnd   tlio
0fIheUn£t'*ifUAS8,™'C-S0**y
Gladding, MoBon,, 4 Go's terra cotta
„,0™!E-Kll-rcr8 Block,  Oolumbia
btreet, Now Westminster.
«l>l2-to       WOODS ft TURNKli.    Ij'oMto]
Having imported the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK at LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
F. F. NELSON,
a AS    JUST   OPENED  A   NEW
Storo at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will bo found a full .took of
Bry floods, Groceries, and den-
eral Merchandise,
Which will be «,!,! at New Westmhutor
rrices.
ktnt tm nmi, American .Irrldral la.
aarnarc ,'nin.nBj,
f Noxt Door to Caledonia Hotol.
  fc20-lfl
REWARD.
A REWARD OF TWENTY-FIVE DOL*
lam wfll be paid by the undersigned
for Mich hifonmuioii an will lead to tho
conviction of eertoln parties who mall* '
efiiiisl v broke the windows nnd ol lienvfue
InJ'ired liis bouse nnd property on l'olham
St., New Westminster.
iVostmtiiBter.
Now West., Auy. 8,18^.'
JNO. ft, CLUTE,
I. LEHMAN,
;on]
Importer and dealer In
! all Kinds of Eard Wooi
Coacli-bullding,  IHndcsnillhlnfr,  Horse,
Ox nnd Mute Hhoehig, and General Ke*
pairing prompt ly attended to
YALE  BRITISH
lte-
COLUMBIA
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
Masa™.
R. T.WILLIAMS,
and Bl»nk Book ManufMtaror.
M»M «nd Drawlni P»per Mounted.
l*llra of MagMlne,, llluitntcd l'anora,
eto., neatly md oheaply Bound.
SATNrami street, Victoria. B. c
F. KIMBLE,
CITT BAKERY
PRODUCE
COLUMBIA
DEALER,
STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
(nubio) NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice McLeod & McSwafn
Notico G. Pittendrifih
Auction Snle Geo. Byrnes
Notice. Wm. Smitho
Notice Wm. Smitho
Special T. J. Trapp
lite $ritish dfotobmn,
Saturday   Momlue.  Angus' 30, 1KH4.
doverninent Land Sale,
From an advertisement published
in another column it will be seen
that the provincial government lias
determined to sell a portion of the
lands reserved at Hastings, on Burrard Inlot. Thia pareel comprises
part of the townsito of Hastings,
and will be sold in small lots to the
highest' bidder. The proposal, we
think, will meet with the approval
of a large majority of the people.
Indications point unmistakably to u
lively enquiry for lands about Coal
Harbor within the present year.
Tho Government owns a considerable quantity in that vicinity, and it
is quito proper that u portion of it
should be placed in the market so
ns to givo those who wish an opportunity for investment. If Mr. Van
Homo's anticipations do not vory
much exceed reasonable probability,
we may look for a large amount of
outside capital seeking investment
iu this part of the province, and as
tho valuo of these lands increases so
will tho government revenues from
real estato taxes increase. Some
jieople have complained because the
lands referred to were locked up by
reservation. These persons may
now have a chance to acquiro as
much as they are able or willing to
carry. A report has also been industriously circulated to the effect
that the provincial secretary had
caused these lands to be kept out
of the market so that they would
not come into competition with his
Coal Harbor property. The report
was gotten up, of course, by persons whoso object it. was to prejudice the public mind against the
provincial secretary, and create an
impression that he was making use
of hia official position to advance
his personal interests, The pro
posed sale shows how much foundation thero was for such a report. If
the provincial secretary wished to
keep these lands for such a purpose
lio would not have permitted them
tu go into the market until his own
had been disposed of.
The Boundary Settled,
The boundary dispute between
Ontario, Manitoba and the Dominion long ago drifted into a political
contest iu which the principal figurehead!) were Sir John Macdonald
and Hon. 0. Mowat. The federal
government, guided by Sir John's
advice, and influenced to a great
extent by the province of Quebec,
resisted the Ontario government in
its oflbrts to get possession of the
disputed territory. The arbitrators
made an award favorable to Ontario, but before it could be made
binding this award required the
sanction of the Ontario and Dominion legislatures. The necessary
legislation was promptly passed by
the Ontario house, but persistently
refused by tho Dominion. Now
tbe privy council, to whom the
whole matter was some time ago
referred, has made an award establishing tho boundaries virtually
wliere the arbitrators established
them. But the finding of tho privy
council, it is said, must be followed
hy legislation either in the imperial
or federal house before the final
stage is readied. It has become a
matter of speculation whether Sir
John will consent to pass an act so
embarrassing to himself. He is
possessed of great resources in tbe
art of avoiding such unpleasant
issues, and may be able to discover
some convenient way out of the
dilemma. But if the Canadian
government should refuse the necessary legislation, it muy bo that
Ontario will ask the imperial government to pass an aot to meet the
case. A despatch from London.
dated the 10th inst., says: "The
award of tho judicial committeo in
the boundary dispute has been rendered. The boundaries settled for
Ontario ure practically the same as
those set out in tlio award of the
Canadian arbitrators. Her Majesty
in council has been graciously
pleased to issue an order approving
the award and ordering obedience
thereto." It is claimed by Reform
journals in Ontario that this last
clause indicates that unless the
award is accepted in Canada the
imperial government will, of its
own motion, pass tho necessary act
to make it binding. For many
years the publio affairs of Ontario
have been administered by a Reform
government, And a good deal of
political hostility lias been manifested between tbis government and
that of Sir John. It has all nlong
been suspected tlmt the refusal to
ratify the award arose from political motives, and there seems to be
good ground for the suspicion. |
Booming tbe Termini,
It has become a common practice
now-adays to enlist the power of
tho press for the purpose of "booming." This booming process may
be carried to a certain extent without interfering with the independence of the press, but it is to be
feared that in somo instances publishers absolutely sell themselves
and their -newspapers to schemes of
personal enrichment. There can be
neither justification nor excuse for
conducting a newspaper upon such
principles, A publisher sells his
advertising columns to his customers; but tho editorial columns belong to his subscribers and the public, and cannot be subsidized without the surrender of independence
and the subversion of principle. Wo
have no sympathy with those persons who hold that n man who
owns a newspaper can run it just us
he pleases. The relations which
grow up between a newspaper and
tho community in which it lives aro
very much similar to thoso which
exist between a member of parliament and his constituents. ' The
newspaper ought to he a true representative of public opinion as well
us a medium through whicli tlio
public mind may be influenced and
moulded; and it has no more right
to sell its influence than a member
of parliament lias to sell hia vote.
These principles, which we think no
intelligent person will dispute, bring
us to the inevitable conclusion tliat
u publisher who dishonestly advocates any scheme for considerations
other than the public interest is
guilty of committing a wrong against
tbo community in general and his
subscribers in particular. Acting
upon this belief the present publishers of The Columbian have persistently refused to mako it an agent
for the purposo of booming Port
Moody. Wo have all along looked
upon that place aa a city with a
most uncertain future. It has been
boomed ad nauseam in certain quartets, and the result has been in
many cases serious disappointment
and loss. The Columbian has abstained, as far as it could consist-
only do so, from saying anything to
etard tbe progress and development
of this new town site. It lias been
our wish thnt those wbo havo invested money there should realize
to the fullest possible extent upon
their investments, for their prosperity, as a general rule, would add
to the value und resources of tho
proviuce. But we could not consistently advise or encourage persons to invest in Port Moody so
long as it seemed probable that the
railway terminus would not remain
there. For this course some Port
Moody property holders have taken
offence at Tm* Columbian. It is
natural that they should do so, and
we can only say we are sorry that,
in our opinion, circumstances were
such as to prevent us from aiding
their schemes without danger to the
public interest. Sinco it has come
to bo known tliat the railway will
be carried down to Coal Harbor we
have stated very plainly what seemed
to be the probabilities respecting
future developments as nearly as
could be ascertained from the available sources of information. This
has been done solely as a matter of
news wliich fairly belonged to the
public But we are confronted with
n new species of dissatisfaction, Wo
refused to write up Port Moody because wo doubted whether it would
be the permanent terminus, and the
Port Moody people took offence:
but some property holders at Coal
Harbor seem to imagine that so
soon as any movement had been
made towards an extension to that
place, Thii Columbian would surely
boom Coal Harbor. It has not
done so, and they also aro offended.
It may as well be accepted as a fact
that The Columbian is not in the
booming business at all. It is our
purpose to find out and publish any
item of interest which may concern
Coal Harbor or Port Moody or any
other part of the province; upon
these facts we conceive it is our
right to make what comments we
think fit; and beyond this we do not
propose to go. It has been already
stated that this journal is independent in politics, and it is equally independent in other matters affecting
the public interest. There is no
poison connected with its owner*
ship or management who has a farthing invested at either of the prospective termini, and if thero were
it would be our firm purpose so to
discuss these matters as to eliminate
personal interest from the discussion.
If it is expected, therefore, that The
Columbian will now proceed to
boom Coal Harbor, thoso who have
cherished such expectations may as
woll be undeceived at once—we do
uot propose to do anything of the
kind.     _______m
Malarial poison can ba entirely removed from tho system by tho uao of Ayer's
Ague Cure, whioh contains a sure specific,
in the form of a vegetable product, used
in no other remedy.   Warranted.
1TOTICB.
T\lt. MCLEOD & MeRWAIN will move
lj Into their new oflico In tho Colonial
building In about two weoks.
;iOiurJt,	
IsTOTIOB.
ANY 'PERSON FOUND USING KX-
plosives for capturing fish will lie
punished with Iho utmost rigor of iho
law, CI. WTTENDRIGH,
SOaulmo Inspector of Fisheries.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the rosorvo dated 7th August, 1884,
tins been euiu-elled, In ko fur as It relates
to thoso Blocks In tlio Town of Hastings,
wlil-ili maybe sold ut public unction iu
pursuance of tlio notleeof the sale lobe
hold dated 23rd August, 1861.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of 1_AXf
Lands .V Works Wept., Victoria, 11. C,
August i"ilh. 188-1. ffluiilw
NOTICE.
ktion Sib of Government Luis,
LOTS IN TOWN OF HASTINGS,
BURRARD INLET.
MR. G. BYRNES will sell by l'ublio
Auction, on account of tho Provln-
Govornmont, at his Salesroom, Fort
ami LiiiiL'leyStroL'ls,Vlctoriu,on Wednesday, the 1st day of October, 1884, at 1 P.M.,
about one hundred and seventy lots iu the
Town of Hustings, fronting on Burrard
Inlet, being tbo western portion of snid
townsito.
Maps and catalogues of t lie same can uo
hud at an earlv date from the Auctioneer,
and the Government Agent, New Westminster.
Terms—10 por cent, ou thu fall of the
luimmoi; 40 per cent, to be paid within
ton days at tbe Lands mid Works Otlice,
Victoria; the balanco lo be lintd in six
months, when Crown grants wil I tie Issued
in accordance with the Lund Aet.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of h, AW,
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
B. C, August 28. 1884. JMuulm
Important ktion Sale
— OF	
GOVERNMENT LANDS.
LOTS IN TOWNSITE ^ HASTINGS
BURRARD INLET.
1 HAVE HEEN INSTRUCTED bv HON.
I Win. Smithe, Chief Ciiinmissloiier uf
Lands and Works, to sell hy Public Auction on aoeount of the Provinoial Government, at my salesroom Fort and Langloy
streets, Victoria, ou
WEDNESDAY, (NITOilER 1,188-1
AT I P. M.
About One Hundred and Seventy Lots in the
Town of Hastings, fronting on Burrard
Inlet, beiko th: Western Portion
of said Townsite.
Maps nnd Catalogues «f the samo can bo
limi ui un early date from tlio auctioneer
and the Government Agent at New West-
Tkiijis.—Ten percent, cash on lhe full
of tlio hammer; fnhj per cent, to be paid
within ten days at the Lands unit Works
Offloe. Victoria; tho balance In six months
months, when crown grants will be Issued
iu accordance with the La ml Act.
GEORGE BYRNES.
Auctioneer.
Victoria, August 28,18W.
uurtutd
FOR SAXJ1.
A FARM OF 100 ACHES of good land
IH miles from Port Haney; good
road; :H)i-<-rt-scnlllvuted; house ISxL'H,barn
and stable 52.x"*il; two good wells and a
young orchard of  100 trees.   To be sold
cheap for cash.     Applyto
JOSEPH STEPHENS.
27aU0l Port Hnney, 11. C
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS IIEUE1IY OIVEN tlint tin
Hltthit,' of Hie Comity Court for Iho
City of Now Vv*0S'mlustor lius lieoii poxt-
ooiu'il iinlll Thurwliiy, lltli Soptombor,
lHlll.   IMtul-Jiltli Align.!, Itm.
E. A. JENNS.
nu27iti RoglRtrnr.
DOMINION LICENSE ACT.
VTOTICE IS HF.UKHY GIVEN, THAT
±S His Excoileney In Council has boon
pleased to extend the time forthe acceptance of application for Licenses under
tlie Liquor License Act In tin1 Cariboo District to thtt 1st October next, of which all
persons concerned aro required to take
notice.
Dated 18th August, ISM.
JOHN HAUL,
27aul.ni 1st L. L. Com.
BUY TIIE IJF.HT QUALITY
Union India Rubber Go's
RUBBER BOOTS
He ware of Imitations.
Ilo Nuro tho boots are slumped ORAOK
PMOOFon the heels, and have the pure
'lum Springs on Hik foot and Instep, wlilcli
prevent iheir cracking or breaking. We
urn now malting them with Rubber und
Asbestos Holes, whicli will make Ihem
last more than twice as long as any Hub*
ber Boots made.
FOR HALE BY ALL DEALERS.
All kinds Rubber Betting, Packing,
Hose, Springs, Chithlng. Boots and Shoes,
Etc. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. 11. 1'liAHK, H. M. Ut'N von, Agents,
nuMMin Han Francisco.
A CLEAR HEAD.
"One year ago l was Induced to try A vrivh
I'i I, l,s a:i n ri-iiii-ily fnr Indigestion, C'on-
fttlpiitltiii, mul Ilcndaibe, from which I
Iiml long been n grout mill'-rci*. Cniimiuiir-
lug with a (lose nf live I'll)*, I found tbelr
action easy, nud obtained prompt rellof, in
continuing tlieir an; n single Pill taken
idler dinner, dally, lius been all tbo muill-
ohio 1 havo required. A.tji'h Pills liavo
kept my ayt-'om rcgttlnr nml my bead eloar,
and benefited mo more thnn all tiie liiwll-
clnes ever before tried. Every poison similarly atlllcted shonltl know thoir value.
m Htalo St,-, Clilcngo, Juuo 0. 1862,
M, V. Watsh.n."
Per all diseases of llio Btotuncli and bowels,
try Ay nit's I'lt.LH.
I'Ut'l-AKKU nv
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Hold bv all Drugslsts.
ITOTIOE
IH HEREBY GIVEN that 1 have made
application to the ciiief Commissioner of Lauds mul Works, at. Victoria, to
purchase820aeros ofpttslure land,situate
near tlio upper Nicola river, and the
junction of C. JL Beck's creek ami adjoins land sought to be purchased by C.
M. Beak on May 28th, 188-1.
Tho land I want coiniin-nces at Ueak's
South West corner slake, from I bonce due
East m chains tostake murked "Oreuvcs,"
thence due North 10 chains lo stake
marked "Ureaves," theuco due Wosl 80
chains tostuke marked "lireaves," thence
South 4ll chains to starting point-con*
mining IM) ncres.
.1. B. GREAVES.
Douglas Lake, June 2Uth, IRSl.      jlyJOmZ
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the rates
of express freight on packages and
parcels, safely and properly put no and
not containing any extra valuable or
dangerous compounds will be:
Between Victoria and New Westminster.
Packages under 10 lbs 2flcts.each
Packages over I) and under iv..r*»cts. ench
Packages over'.M ami under ."''Uriels, each
Packages over iiO at I eent por lb
From Now Westminster to Yale.
Less than 3 lbs i'i cts. each
From 8 lbs. to in lbs Wots, eaoh
From 111 lbs. to !i'i lbs ".lets, each
From iir.lbs, u.rti lb- -51 ihtcneh
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs JI 50 each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or over./Jcls. per lb
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE  AND   LYTTON.
Less than 2 lbs 25 cts. each
From 2 Mis. to 6 lbs OU cts. each
From 5 lbs. to 111 lbs 51 Ol'cae.h
From lu lbs. loi't lbs lUcts. pi-rlh
From 25 lbs. to75 lbs 8 cts. per Ih
Over75 lhs Octs. -fair lb
To Sponoe's Bridge, Nieola. Savona, Kam*
loops, Cliche Creole and Minion, 80 cts.
por lb.
To Barkerville and all   points between
llarkcivllloand Clinton...25cts, perlb
On C. O. It. and valuable packages one
per cent, on value in addition lo ordinary
rales.
MONEY  RATES
Between Victoria ami Xe« Vhslniliister,
38 CTH. PER tjllOO.
Remittances insured against all risk nt
"Lloyd's."
FltAMi   S.  It-ltVUtl*,
Manager 11. C. Express Co.
FRED. HOMER, Front Bt.,
invite Agent New W est tu inst or.
HONUMSNT5
r ^ mm   .. %
D. J. ROBSON,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Solo Agont Tor British Columbia.
 -UII2IC -	
GREAT
SALE.
For TWENTY DAYS only
JAMES
WILL SELL
TIIK  ltliMAIN»EK Of TIIKIR
WKLl-SKLKCTKIl STOCK
DRY GOODS
CHOTHIHC, ETC.
-AT-
For Cash,
To Make Konni for their Large
Fall Slock now on
the Way.
O. Gk
Private   School.
1TIHS ALPORT will re-open lierHchool
LV1 onMQHdty.Aucu-ttltUli. Will also
» prepared to tako pupils for thePlano-
Nolv Westminster, II. C. JlySOml
TEA        TBA       TEA
IOO   CHESTS
Pure UnGolored Japan Tea!
Healthy nnd Invigorating, the natural
loaf unadulterated; put up tn Hb.,
2-lb. nnd -lj-j-lb. patent canisters.
KYLE* TILTON.
nuOte
O. R. & N. OO.
NEW SCHEDULE!
TN FUTURE THE STEAMER
it?
w
-WILL   LEAVE-
Tacoma I New Westminster
EVERY   SUNDAY
iiildnl(*lil; loavo Port Townsend Monday
morning at 8 o'cloek; arriving nt New
Westminster on Tuesday at about noon.
Returning, leavo
Via tho Islands,
EVERY WEDNESDAY
At 8 n.m,; arriving nt TacoranThursday
afternoon.
Jly26Ur O. E. CLANCEY, Agent
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers!
BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS
From {10.00 to $150.00.
BREECH-LOADING RIFLES
From $5.00 to 875.00.
REVOLVERS
From $3.50 to (125.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
All sizes, from dust to 28 ball.
EttKle-Daek & Curtis & Harvey
Diamond drain Powder.
Having imported direct from the Factory the largest stock of (Inns, Rifles and
Revolvers ever held in this Provinco, I
can and will sell cheaper than any other
house In 11. (J,, and what WEBB says
you can rely on. .   -
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
Aa Immease slack of Sporting (iooils,
Puckel Cutlery and Tobacconists* Urnrn*
dries, anil Fancy Goods. anlfllc
LEMUR
SBMIS
Sf-lTrTSCES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large' stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c., &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
BRICKS AND LIME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month arc to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
wc intend to scil cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLANING H1LLSC0.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Jel-to
8ECOND-HAND
PIANO
FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
'Iy23'c T. R. PEARSON & CO.
C. P. N. CO.^LIMITED.)
NO   CHANGE
 IN THE	
tJP-RiVERSEBVldE,
§TEAB1KRS WILL CONTINUE to leavo
New Westminster for Hopo (calling
all way ports) m usual, every WEDNESDAY and 8ATUKDA Y morning, nt ft
o'olock.
JNO. IRVING, THOS. L, BBIQQS.
Manager. Agent.
 (Jyl2tc)      '
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
ELM MM,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
 jnlO-tc
JUST   RECEIVED
 A Consignment of	
San Juan lime!
From the "EUREKA CO.," whicli wo
offer at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICE
Jylile
HOMER & SON.
Columbia College!
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TMITett, BIiImp or Nov WnnulMlir.
.'RIM ll-AL, Blaa Dawaoai
111 K-PBIMirAL, Hlaa K. Ikmnn.
Next Term Begins Sept. 2nd,
Vccsi Board nnd Tuition, SMI per annum. French, MuMe, Drawing und Washing extra.
APPLY TO THE PRINOIPAL.
HAVING ESTABLISHED
immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, we are
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up in quarter-ream packages and upwards,
nt much cheaper rates than formerly. A test lot will prove
this fact, Our stock also of
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN k CO.,
mySl-tc Gov't St., Victoria.
-THE CELEBRATED-
Acknowledged by all Musicians to have
NO SUPERIOR
In Canada.
£_ OF THESE  ^
FINE INSTRUMENTS
Just Recoived from tlie Factory, and
now on exhibition.
Wo offer these lirst-class Organs at extremely low prices for cash. Call and
soe them,
T.R. Pearson & Co.,
Now Westminster, Solo Agents for British Columbia.
COLUMBIA STREET,
taster, B. G,
-DEALEKS IN-
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Fruit and Confectionery.
Hotels and Private Families will save
money by purchasing their supplies at
this Storo as all f looils are sold at BOTTOM PRICES.
Consignments of Fruit wilt receive tho
strictest attention.
Orders from tho country carefully attended to.
Goods delivered In any part of tho
city free of charge.
Mcdonald  bbos.
(JlySOml)
MI COLLEGE
SAPPERTON,
New Westminster. Britisli Columblu.
rATHON, Tite MurqulH of Lorne.
1 IHIS IS A DIOCESAN SCHOOL for the
. higher education of Hoyt-und Young
Men, embracing also a. lunlor und Preparatory Depnrtment.
Fees [Inclusive] pi>r iinniim, A'i't't, The
only extras nre for Books, French, German and Singing.
Noxt term oponn September 8. Apply
for prospecltiH to the Principal,
JlyMteag    .ItEV. C. J. BRENTON, M.A.
Westcott House!
PORT HAMMOND, B.C.
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
MRS. WESTCOTT begs to announce lo
the travelling publio that sbe hns
leased the hotel at Port Hammond lately
occupied by Mrs. Sinclair, wlilrh Nbe Iiiih
entirely rearranged and neatly lurniNlied
new throughout, and named ns above.
The Iioiiho will bo conducted strictly as u
'lint-class country hotel, wliere travellers
may at all times depend upon finding
best accommodation and polite attendance at reasonable prices. J>!liu:t
D.
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
GENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, B. C.
MR. DOCKSTEADER also conducts
in connection with his Store, a
Boarding House!
AND    RESTAURANT,
Where traveller can always he accommodated with comfortable, clean lodgings and meals cooked in thu very best
style and consisting of every delicacy the
market affords in its season, at moderate
prices. j"8m.f
latest Arrivals!
IA J2 S.
Just Received,   EX   STR. IDAHO, a
magnificent stock of
Prom one of the best manufactories in
the world. These shoes embrace all tlie
finer lines, and are of a stylo and quality
NEVER   BEFORE   SEEN
In this Province. Call aud examine for
yourselves.
From 75 cents to §3.60 per yard.
The Largest Stock of
•Gentlemen's Hats,
The beat styled, anil tlie best value, iit'
tho eity. je'-'Sto
WK HAVK JUST OPENED AT
C0.UMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply the
Fubllo with all kinds of Fresh, Halt and
Smoked
Fish,  Oame,
Vegetables, Fruit,
-AND-
V.|
Whero thero will always he foiinil a gooil
supply on hand.
OOODS DEI.IVEHKD FREE OK
CHAKOE to private houses nnd hotels,
upon orders being left at the office.
We respectfully solicit tho patronayo
ol tho Public.
SsT Remember tho stand—TWO Doors
kelow Tripp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Managers at Market.
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
JlySte Manager Fishing. ADVERTISING   HATEG,
Transient AtlvoMisemenlK.—I-'ii-j-i msar-
tlou,Sets.perllne; .-uib-ei-uenl In-eiMons,
'Jets, perlino.
Rogithir Commercial und IJufihit-ss Aii-
voi-tfsoinetttii-l column, P12 per moiithi
_i col., 57 per montli; licol.,*' per month;
Sinohos, B per nionthi 1 liioli, Sl.tti ])er
month, 'theu mtos'io 'Iw'-'oVihiMi on
ov,gr ** .'.l-JHlhs.  it fm- 11   cnh uiiiiod ihe
III; Kcnl., {.,; :'liiclii-.', 9;i; i inch $■>
apeeiiits. amotiB rond ug nmuer.-i-*iriil
Insertion, ip _,„, pr-i-line: sobsem ,-i ,  £
sertions.rietti. iifiiine.
HlrMiH, Mari'itigw and  Deiiths, SI ttiutb.
 puttying dentil no*
Kunonii
tlco,r'0'«ilH,oxfi-i
IW All li'insl
meiiMircd by 11
which mnhn   "
■ril SI
lumetils will b«
I (if solid Nf>n|>iii-loI,
   fi to Lhe lueli find 7
Won!''lo the llm.'. Iilspluy llm.-. niu.sl lit
allowed for in m-ilciiiK psutniiti-),. Nn ud-
  '■---'  1 fnr less limn *i.00.
vertlstMiient lusertei
lhe British Columbian.
Katurday  Morning, Annus! 30,
The str. Dunsmuir leaves for Nanaimo at 8 o'clock this murning.
Mr. Laduer succoodod in raising his
steamer Nullio by tho aid of tho shag
boat.
Tho Rev. G. B. Allen wilt preach
on the "Unpardonable Sin" to-morrow
ovening.
Ovor 200 members of tho British
Science Association havo registered in
Montreal.
Tho Btr. Wm, Irving brought down
110 head of cattlo yostorday, and a
■ largo freight.
Work on tho Asylum additions is
progressing. Tho physician's residence
will soon he completed.
There havo been several casos boforo
\ thu polico court, but riuiio pusseasiiig
1 nuy special public interest.
Building operations in this city continue lively, and thore uro quito a
number of now houses projected.
Tho clearing sale at Jas. Ellard &
Go's, is for 20 days, and not 25 as
stated in last issuo. It is now going
on.
When tho convict Barry made an
attack on Mr, Fitzgerald in the penitentiary sotno months ago, two convicts named Johnston and Bell went
to the guard's assistance. In consideration of this praiseworthy conduct
they have both had their sentences
commuted. Johnston's sentence of
5 years has been reduced to 3. Boll,
who was sentenced for lifo, and had
served 5 years, was discharged last
Thursday.
Coal Find.-A telegram from Nn-
naimo, dated Wednesday, says: A
Beam of good coal thirteen feet thick
has been reached in No. 5 shaft of tho
Wellington colliery. This is .considered the most important strino made
111 litis district for years.
Auction.—Lookout for the salo of
Furniture and Household Effects,
Harness. Dray, &e„ &o„ on Tuesday
next, at tho residence of Mr. P. Collins, corner of Douglas and Provost
streets, New Westminster. — T. J.
Irai'P, Auctioneer. 30ault
Change op Date.—After tho Chilliwhack Agricultural Society had fixed
and published tho date of its coming
exhibition, the provincial association
fixed upon tho same date for the provincial show. It has beon decided,
therefore, to postpone the Chilliwhack
exhibition until Thursday and Friday,
tho Snd and 3rd of Octobor.
Mr, Gardiner has retired from tho
Victoria Times, and that journal is
now under tho management of Mr.
: McLugan.
The str. Bustler camo over from tho
sound on Wednesday afternoon with a
miscellaneous
cargo  of   fruit,
fowls, vegetables, &o.
H. M. Flagship Swtftsuro, Admiral
Lyons, arrived  at  English  Bay  ou
Wednesday for torpedo practice.   Sho
will leavo this morning for Esquimalt.
For the past two days the weather
1 has beon bright and beautiful, and tho
i sunshine must be extremely grateful
1 to farmers whose crops aro still in the
; field.
Mr. Collingwood   Schrieber,  chief '
engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway, is expected at Victoria to-day,
nnd will made nn inspection of tho
railway now constructed.
Tho Rov, G. B. Allen will preach
iu the Treiiaut School House, ut Ladner's Landing, next Tuesday ovening;
and in the Town Hull at Richmond
next Wednesday evening.
Mr. D. J. Robson has recoived several orders for White Bronze Monti-
monts. Theae monuments are ornamental, very durable, aud cost n groat
deal less than stone.   See adv.
At the Blue Ribbon meeting Wednesday night two choruses woro sung
by the choir, and readings wero given
by Messrs, McMurphy, Archibald,
D, B. Calbick, and Fred. Howay.
Real estate men roport dull times.
Thoro is vory little going on either at
Port Moody or Coal Harbor. Now
^Westminster presents tho safest nml
'most inviting Held for investment.
Whoovor will discover or invent nn
infallible remedy for choU-r-t cau pocket tho handsome sum of 100,000 francs
offered as a prizo by tho French Academy of Sciences for tho exhibition of
such a remedy.
It is reportod that sume persons havu
been using dynamite for the purposo
of taking fish in some of thu streams,
nnd Capt. Pittendrigh offers a roward
for tho conviction of auy one caught at
that kind of sport.
A Winnipeg paper says that Mr.
Van Home is authority for tho statement thut on the completion of tho
Canadian Pacific thu journey from
Winnipeg to Burrard Inlet would bo
mado in fifty hours.
Mr. Pulmor Fillobrown and Mr.
E. A. Blair havo purchased one of tho
atuge lines between this city and
Granville, nnd Mr. Fillobrown, who is
well known as a popular driver, will
bo manager of tho lino.
Wo learn that Capt. Pittendrigh, of this eity, has received tho appointment of Dominion inspector of
Bitit'Ks,—At this oflico may bo seen
ono of tho bricks taken from the kiln
just burned ut Messrs, Purdy •& Henderson's yard. Wo uro glad to say that
tho kiln has turned out, apparently,
lirst-class in every respect. The bricks
scorn to be all that could bo wished
both as to material, shape and color,
and practical bricklayers pronounce
them superior to anything of the kind
hitherto produced in this province.
 ~— —.»-	
Johnston vh. Clarke.— This somewhat celebrated case, whieh concerns
tho ownership of Port Moody property,
camo up on Thursday before a full
court on appeal. Tho Colonist says:—
Tho order of tho chief justice was
varied ou theso appeals. Tho land
which the plain tills were held entitled
to claim wero those defined by the
posts of Ladner's survey instead of the
line givon by tho later survey of Capt,
Jemmott, In other respects tho finding of tho chief justice was confirmed
ouch party to pay their own appeal
Government Innd Sales.
The provincial government has announced that on the 1st of October
next, thero will be sold by public auction on its account, about one hundred
and seventy lots in the present town-
site of Hastings, which will form part
of the terminal city of the Canadian
Pacific railway.   The location of these
lots renders thom valuable, and the
amount to be realized thereon by the
government will doubtless be n considerable sum.   The action of the government in this respect must commend
itself to the peoplo of the provinco.
It is adopting tho lino of policy suggested by tho Times somo weeks ago.
If there is to bo a brisk demand for
property at the point indicated on Burrard Inlet, and tho Canadian Pacific
Railway Company having decided un
locating its headquarters and terminal
buildings at Coal Harbor- it is uot unreasonable to suppose that prices there
will rate high iu consequence of the
oxalted expectations many havo as to
importance of the future railway city
on tho mainland, tho government has
as good a right to obtain the highest
market .igures for its property as have
private individuals.—Ficforirt Times.
liritiNli Columbia Cannibals.
Railway Smash I—At 10 o'clock
last Thursday morning two trains collided on the C. P. R. about ono mile
bolow Harrison Rivor bridgo. A gravel train down was standing on the
track whon tho passenger train going
up ran into it ut full speed. Both
locomotives nro badly damaged and
ono of them went over the embankment. Thoro wore 10 cars moro or
less injured, and freight is strewed
about the track and iu tho rivor. All
tho mon jumped nnd no person was
killed. One of tho onginecrs was
slightly injured. Thu loss will bo
quito heavy.
 -»-	
Ui'-CouNTitv Mails.—On and after
Monday, Sept. 1st, mails for all points
above New Westminster, which are
now carried by stoamer, will be carried by tlio C. P. R. As at prosont
arranged, mails will closo nt New
Westminstor postoffice at 7 p ni,
every Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day, going out to Port Moody by stage
tho samo ovening, and leaving thnt
place by train at 5 a. 111. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays. Return
ttuil-t will bu received at Port Moody
about 0:30 p. in. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving in New Westminster snmo night.
'fisheries fur this province the Col-
iJiiiiMS offers Capt. Pittendrigh congratulations upon his promotion.
On Wednesday a China woman was
locked up in the oity prison for safo
keeping, as somo of her countrymen
wanted to carry hor off. On Thura-
dry sho was married to Ohong Ynu,
who undertook to protect her for life.
Mr. Van Home reached Winnipeg
n weok ngo, nud proceeded on to Montreal, Beforo tho ond of noxt month
wo may expect to hear definitely what
action will bo taken respecting furthor
railway operations at tho terminal
points.
Mr, FilzH.imnoiis, deputy-warden of
J the penitentiary, is very positive ihat
ho never suggested Point Groy as a
i eligible situ fur that institution. \V„
[ certainly understood him to do so, but
I thero seems to havu been a misunderstanding somewhere.
Mr, S. Calbick has been engaged
'some timo boring for water on Mr.
1 Guichon's farm, Mud Bay, He hoi
gone through nearly 00 foet of pure
sand without any indication of bottom,
Throughout this wholo depth clam
shells nave been met with.
The str. Gipsy, lately built for the
Royal City Planing Mills Co., has j
[made a trip up tho Nicomekl River,
[and is pronounced a complete success,
Sho draws vorv littlo water, and can
■ tow a good sized raft without difficulty,
The company now owns 3 Ht earners.
The SQUAWKS,-r-Sinco the passing of
the by-law authorizing tho sale of some
of tlio city squares, the council seems
to have relapsed into n condition of
inactivity. We believe it would bo a
wiso plan to put a portion of thoso reserves ou the market ns booh as reasonable notico cau be given—Bay about
two months. Tho sale should be wejl
advertised, and should embrace only a
part of tho property whicli it is intended to soil. The balance Bhould be reserved until the proceeds of it nre
needed for somo specific work. There
aro a number of people in this city aud
elsewhere anxious to buy lots on those
reserves, and several nf them intend
to erect houses thereon. Evory lot
now reserved which goes into private
hands and is improved adds to tho
valuo and resources of tho city. We
believe this would bo a favorable time
to arrange for a limited Bale, and we
hope thu city council will take au early
opportunity to consider tho subject
carefully.
Two Americans arrived Tuesday the
10th hist, tit the Yale Creek House
from the eastern end of the C.P.R.,
near Kicking Horso Pass, 011 the 18th
of last month, having travelled on foot
the entire distance.   They appeared
in excellent health, and spoke of their
journey as one of not extreme hardship; they travelled without blankets;
met no wild animals of any kind, and
but n few wild goose.   At the foot of
the Rocky Mountains lhey fell in with
a survey party who had just rescued n
lost traveller, and who gave a heartrending account of his sufferings.   He
said that himself and mate having beeu
unable to get over n swollen nnd swift
stream, had journeyed nlong its banks
some considorablo distance, in the hope
of finding a crossing.   Failing in this
thoy ascended  a mountain to look
about. Becoming tired out, and scantily provided with food they dug a hole
in the snow and lay down for the
night.   At dawn of day he woke his
mate, who endeavored to rise, and in
helping him to do so his companion
fell back on the snow and died.   At
this moment his souses almost forsook
him, thu sight of his dead comrade,
tho consideration of his perilous position, and without food death stared
him iu the faco.   Nerving himself to
tho task he cut off portions of the flesh
of the dead man and wandered back
to tho stream and travelled along its
courso.   For ten long days he pursued
its devious windings; meanwhile sub*
sisting upon the flesh of his dead mate,
whon on the afternoon of tho tenth
day, aud when hope was expiring he
fancied he heard the sound of a human
voice.   Tho joyful sound filled him
with u 11 speak 11 bio delight und gratitude, he shouted with all the strength
lie could muster and the answer echoed
through  the  rarified atr.   With re*
doubled energy he pushed Iub way
through brakes and ferns and reached
a survey camp, nearly exhausted, and
from whence the glad sounds proceeded.   Hero ho wns treated with kindness; but it wna somo days before he
regained sufficient strength to recount
his sufferings, and in speak iug of the
death of his fellow traveller, and his
subsequent action of cannibalism, the
recollection almost choked his utterance.   Tho two Americans report that
Mr. Tait and  Mr. Edward Connor
overtook them at Kamloops) that Mr.
Tait remained nt Knmlouks, and that
Mr. Connor is 011 his wny down lo join
his family at. New Westminster.
represented. Loudon has a population
of five millions and only 32 representatives Liverpool with 053,000, Glasgow with 487,000, Birmingham with
400,000, Manchester with 393,000,
and Leeds with 309,000, have only
threo members each. If population bo
taken as the basis London and suburbs
ought to have 02, Liverpool 10, Glasgow 9, Birmingham 8, Manchester 7,
and Leeds 0.
Then if the wealth is taken the
anomalies become still more glaring;
for 180 boroughs with au nggregutu
population of 3,325,000 uud au assessment of £40,000,000 return 231 representatives, while 71 boroughs with 11,-
500,000 inhabitants and aesusments of
£253,000,000 elect only 129. A similar
state of things is seen in the counties,
and the question cornea to be, "How
is tho new redistribution to bo made
bo as to secure general approval and
support?" A thouaand questions will
bo raised. Conflicting interests will
all be up in arms, aud tho Consurva
lives iu insisting upon the Franchise
Bill and Redistribution wing toguthor
evidently expected lhey would be ablo,
as they desired, to kill both measures.
They will not succeed, howevor. Beforo all the play is played out thore
will be an amount and a kind of excitement such as England has nut
know for many a day. The final result, however, is uot doubtful.-■Globe.
Mr, Henry Marshall, Reeve of Dunn,
writes: "Some time ago I got m bottle of
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery from Mr. Harrison, and I consider it the very best medicine extant
fur Dmiw"!" -'■ This medicine Is mak-
News for tlie Farmers,
Hay Presses and Hay Tedders substantial and cheap to ho had from the
Albion Iron Works Co. Limited, Victorin n r
toria, B. C.
jyfhn?
Mr. T, S. Mcaillivray, J. P., sold
his   property nt  Port Moody sumo
months ago, and left lust week for
Kingston, Ont.   Ho expects to return
to this province shortly.   Mrs. McGillivray, who passed such a successful examination last spring, hns boon
'promoted to a professorship   in the
Women's Medical College nt Kingston.
Some  person  who   signs   himself
'"Settler" writes about Langley roads,
but doos not send his real name.    Wo
thought everybody knew by this time
that it is necessary to accompany ull
Icommunications with the name of tbo
1 writer,    If this is not done, how is it
'possiblo to know whether tho stato-
• monts mado are truth or fiction.
From Victoria,
18|ic(-iai Telegram to the Columbia*.,'
VlOToniA, Aug. 29.—The registrar
nud his assistant go up on Monday,
nnd the Now Westminster land office
will be regularly and permanently
opened for business next week,—-Thu 1
Iugorsull lecture horo Inst night came
near ending in a serious riot. To-day
Mr. Foil, the locnl infidel leader, has
boon about tho streot corners outer*
taiuiug tho looser sort with his disgusting blasphemy; and yot ho is n
Eublio school trustee, choosing nnd
easing thoso who are paid by tho
state to teach our children. ■— Mr.
Buaven's condition continues
precarious.
cry
From Chilliwhack.
For the prompt and certain curo of
erysipelas, use Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
Is tho specifio endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities.
(Correspondence of tho Columbian.)
Chilliwhack, Aug. 27.—Harvesting throughout this part of tho district is nearly finished, which is fortu-
"into, us the rainfall since Friday
would havo done great damage. A
tow wero caught, however. W, H.
Burrs steam thresher is at work, and
so Is Suthord & McGillivray's giant
thresher; thoy aro both doing good
vi 1 '°W M'a a]t «0(,d* Mr- H-
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is not afraid of work. You may send
along all bona fide settlers, but Bpecu-
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Tho Central Pacific railroad hns
always been inconvenienced by the
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the read which crosses the Great
Desert. About two years ago says the
San Francisco Call, W, C. Chapin,
who has bored bet ween 75 nnd 80 wells
in the Pennsylvania oil fields, was employed to sink a woll nt White Plains,
Nevada. After nearly seventeen
months uf continuous work tho drill
has reached a depth of about 2100 feet,
aud is passing through a strata of rock
below which it is boliovod tho desired
fresh water will be found, If uot, the
work will probnbly be abandoned.
The bore, which was at first eight
inches, has been considerably lessened
and tho depth increased. Boiling
water hns been struck and salt water
passed through, and still the 2600
pound drill goes down hi search of the
much wanted fresh stream. At the
depth of 1700 foet something remark*
able happened. Tho drill struck and
passed through nine foet of solid wood.
The singular point nbout it was thnt
although tho wood had turned entirely
black, owing to its long burial, it hnd
not carbonized in tho slightest, but
could bo whittled and broken like
wood above ground. Its having turned
black prevented Mr. Chapin from determining its kind, but he sent quite a
number of pieces away to friends and
hnd a few loft. Much of the wood
came up in pieces, but littlo of it pulverizing under the action of the drill.
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upon their customers troubled with Liver
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infirmities, and as a female medicine it
has accomplished remarkable cures.
The Bartholin Statue.
It may not be without interest to compare this curiously ingenious contrivance
evolved by M, Bartholdi from a little
Btatuette one-third smaller   than    life,
with what is known as tho Colossus of
Rhodes. M. Bartholin's figure of Liberty
stands, without reckoning the diadem,
105 feet high; but the extreme height
from the feet to tho upper end of the
torch held by the outstretched hand is
137 feet 0 Inches,   The statue will be
placed on a granite pedestal 88 feet high.
To those who like to bo told that the
letters in the inscription, "Tu es Pet-
rus," running round tlio interior of the
drum of the dome of St. Peter's nt Rome
are as tall as a Life Guardsman, and that
the pon held by the Apostle St. Luke in
one of the spandrills of the arches of the
domo is eleven feet long, it may be interesting to learn that a person six feet iu
height, standing on the lips of M. liar-
tholdi's head cf Liberty, cau only just
roach the eyebrow; that peoplo can jump
with caso in and out, of tho tip of the
nose, ond that the eyes measure six feet
from comer to comer.   Turning to tho
old "wonder of tho world," we find that
It was the largest of the hundred colossal statues of tho sun which at one time
embellished the oity of Rhodes.   It was
upward of 105 feet high; few persons
had arms long enough to embrace its
thumb; the fingers were longer than the
whole bodies of tho majority of the statues then extant; the hollows of the
limbs, when broken, resembled caves,
and inside might be seen huge stones inserted to keep the statue in position.   It
took twelve years to erect, and cost 300
talrota.-'T-hiygi'm- that the legs of tho
Colossus extended across the mouth of
tho harbor is generally considered to he
a fiction; but tliat it stood close to the
entrance of the port of Rhodes, and was
made to serve as a pharos or light-house,
seems certain  enough.   It   was   overthrown and smashed to pieces by an
earthquake fifty-six years after its erection.   For 003 years the fragments of
this wonder of tho world strewed tho
mole at lihodoa.jtmL-thcii they were sold
by ttarCblipl Omar to n merchant nt
London, Aug, 2G —A Times' Foo
Chow dispatch dated yesterday says
there has heen a heavy bombardment of
the Mingau forts by the French fleet
since daybreak. The forts it is believed
liiive br!un silenced. No attack hns been
mado on Kin l'oi forts.
Hongkong, Aug, 20.—-The French
outward mail boat stopped here to-day
and transferred her mail to a neutral
steamer. An immediate attack will probably he made 011 Woo Loong in order to
clear an entrance to the port of Shanghai.
Cairo, Aug. 27.—Rumors are current
that Egypt notifies England thut she is
bankrupt aud unable to meet current expenses.
London, Aug. 27. — Gen, Wolseley
will start for Egypt Sunday and proceed
to Cairo to assume immediate command
of the forces in Egypt and direct operations for tho relief of Khartoum. \Vol-
csley's appointment is due to the statement of Gen. Stephenson that the present pluu of the campaign via the Nile is
impracticable,
Caiuo, Aug. 27.-—Rebels attempted to
capture Khartoum on the 12th inst., and
continued the attack until' the 14th,
when Gen. Gordon cleverly outflanked
tlicui. Many rebels were killed daring
the engagement,
London, Aug. *J7.—All the newspapers approve or dispatching Gen, Wales-
ley to Egypt to assume chief command
of the troops there. The official an*
iiouticemcut of liis appointment '-ays the
preparations which have beeu iu progress
for some weeks for the expedition up the I
Nile, resemble in a great degree those |
adopted in 1870 for the Red River expedition, which gave Wolesloy an export*
once which no other officers possess.
Paris, Aug. 27.—With the exception
477} rods, was reported finished, by
Board of Works, The sum of $150 was
appropriated for rebuilding rood between
A. S. Vedder's and A. C. Well's farms,
the road being washed out by Luck-a-
Kuck river. The following bills were
ordered paid: J. Iv. Chadsey (superintending road-work), §75j Messrs. Cawley
k Gibson, on contract account, $489;
Wm. Nelms, expenditure on road leading to big prairie, $75. On motion, 850
was appropriated towards the prize list
of the agricultural society. On motion,
the Hoard of Works was instructed to
make about 300 yards of road to connect
the contract nearly completed on Mark's
farm with high land on Mrs. Evan's
place; also to clear tho sides of the road
from brush near Luck a-Kuck bridge,
Councillor Wells' real and personal property bylaw was passed. Councillor
Ryder introduced a bylaw for the encouragement and aiding of the Chilliwhack agricultural association; bylaw
passed.   Council then adjourned.
 1»—	
Have you tried HolIoway'sCorn Cure?
It has no equal for removing these trou-.
blcsome excrescences.
specially told off to look after them.
For example, you havo your Policemen's Mission, your Cabmen's Mission, and look at the way your shopgirls are cared for! Why, thero is a
friend of mine who has every weok a
class of no leas than eight hundred
shop-girls, and another has a class of
six hundred."
"Now, Mr. Moody, that, you say,
is what we havu taught you; what
have «""  *■-* '- "    	
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I. In-
X tend making application to tho Chief
Commissioner of LandB and Works for
permission to puschnae Two iinBurveyed
Islands In Fraser River lying to the west
of the westerly point of Anuaels Island
uud to the houtli of Heel. Id, II. 4 N., Range
4 west.
ALEX. EWEN.
New Westminster, July 21,1884.     Jly23m2
MOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
lmvo mnde application to tlie Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty acres of pastoral laud situated In the
Kamloops Division of Yalo District, on a
creek emptying Into Slump Lake, at a
post about 8 miles oast of Peter Proser's,
running nortii 20 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south 20 chains; thenee
east 80 ehulns,
DONALD FRASER.
Kamloops, July Drd, 1884. JlylAmZ
of two or three tiltro official organs like
the Jlcpubliquc Pi-aiicaise, tho Paris press
is the
 press
crso of enthusiastic at the prospect of war. Tho radical papers are bitterly opposed to Ferry's spirited policy,
while the independent organs criticise
severely tho question of tlie Premier's
right to involve the country iu a war
without tho consent of the Chambers.
J^a Nbuvellp Preaso appeals to President
Grevy to exercise liis prerogative and
dismiss the Cabinet unless it convokes
the parliament. In an interview with a
representative of that paper a political
personage not named describes the China
ndveiiture as another Mexico embrogl:
but Ferry is obstinate and seems bent 1
action, regardless of public opinion.
Paws, Aug. 27.—Tlie official report
of the bombardment of Foo Chow was
received from Admiral Courbet us foi-
Em*w,jnjrhoj*j!ar|iod away thoso prodici-
ous nuuine stores r**''    '    '     " ***-
"Foo Chow, Sunday morning,
Aug. 24. A good beginning has been
made. We opened fire yesterday, and
iu four hours nine Chinese men-of-war
and twelve junks wero sunk, and a
Krupp battery commanding tho arsenal
was silenced. Our loss was six killed
and twenty-seven wounded. The fleet
suffered no serious damage, excepting
the boiler of a torpedo boat which burst.
The Chinese Iossc3 are heavy. During
the tight the fleet was beset by burning
wrecks imd logs with torpedo cutters.
I will clear this away to day, and afterwards will bombard the arsenal. Wo
shall not leavo the river before the 29th
or .SOth. Tho officers and men arc animated with the greatest ardor."
London, Aug. 27.--A dispatch to-day
from Shanghai to Hunter's agency says
tho French loss iu the bombardment ut
Foo Chow was seven killed and fourteen
wounded. The Chinese loss is estimated
at one thousand killed and three thousand wounded. Tho Chinese man-of-war
Vang Wu was exploded by a torpedo,
after it fired a broadside at a French-1
boat. The boiler of tho latter jvas.ex-.j
ploded bv hand grenades thrown from
the Vaug Wu. after whieh the boat was
sunk by the V'olta to prevent her beini
captured by the Chinese. Tho French
expected to occupy the heights commaud-
An Interview with Mr. Moody.
"The fact is," said Mr. Moody some
days ago, "I feel ashamed at coming
to say anything here. Vou are much
further ahead than we are in America.
They have more need of mo in the
States than you have in England.
London, sir, I regard as tho most
religious city iu tho world. There is
nothing liko it to be found anywhere
Ht present, uud I very much doubt J
whether thoro over was anything liko'
it." "That is not saying much for tho
rest of the world, Mr. Moody," remarked his visitor, "We have a tolerable number of sinners here." "Of
course yoo have," repliod the evangelist; "because there aro so many of
you altogether. But take it in proportion, and you will find that the
facts bear out what I say. Thore is
nothing liko it in America, at any
rate. Take, for instance, your wealthy
men. Iu London there is such a thing
as sanctified wealth. That is a very
mm  commodity  in America.     The
you got to teach us?"   "The
great thing that you need in London,"
replied    Mr.    Moody,    "is   homes.
Homes! there, that is your great lack.
The great mass of your population is
homeless,   At present your poor people shift aimlessly from place to place.
A man may be in a room to-day, and out
uf it to-morrow.    There iB no sense
of permanence of ownership Buch aa
we  have in  America, where nearly
every man owns his own house and
his own bit of land.   The home was ,
founded before the church, and you in
.England stand more in need of homes
than you do of churches. There are
no homes in the world ao well found
nnd so beautiful us Knglish homes;
but, on the other hand, extremes
meet, snd there are none so destitute
and squalid, or lacking in all that
makes home homo-like, as the homes
of many, many thousands of your
countrymen."
"I am never excited," Baid Mr.
Moody, "in my most exciting meetings, I can sleep like a top within
three minutes of going into a meeting,
uud I can be sound asleep three minutes after leaving it..   If I wero to
got into such a state of nervous ex-   	
citomeut ns  General  Booth, for in- J -naE unhewmoned HAVE EXTEN-
stance, gets into when he addresses I X  slvc facilities for
large  meetings, I should havo been |
2&orrxp—\.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
1.1 Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission lo pun-lins.* 820 acres of
pnstoral hind lu the Osoyoos Division of
tlie District of Vale, anil dcscrlhed as follows: Cfiniiiu-nclm* al. tho 8. E. corner of
See, 25, Township 8. and running thonco
Nortii K0 clinlns; thonee West 40 chains;
thenco Houtli KO chains; thence East w
chains, lo point of commencement,
THOS. QREENHOW.
ukaniiKiin, li. 0„ 2nd July, im,    [Jly30mS
To Butchers Ss Stockmen!
 on the backs of 000
camels. Hence Scaliger calculated that
the aggregate weight of the bronze must
have men 700,000 pouuds, —- London
Telegraph,
M, A. St. Mars, St, Boniface, Manitoba, writes: Dr. Thomas' Kcleetiie Oil is
a publio benefit. It has done wonders
here, and has cured myself of a bad cold
in 0110 day. Can be relied upon to remove pain, heal sores of various kinds,
and benefit any inflamed portion of tho
body to which it is applied.
KW8 FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORU.
Keillstrlbutlon or Seals.
Live Boar and Seal at the Fulton Mar-
Rot where you can order choice vegota-
Nos from the celohmtod farms of Kirk-
land and xtevet,-*Ado,
devenH house*, forsalo byC I). RAND.  ftS^JJj?*. ^^ •«««
' salo by O. D, HAND.1
Professor 1). B. King gives, in the
New York Independent, somo interesting facts and calculations in connection
with the redistribution ot seats in tho
roformod British Houso tif Commons,
over the absence of which, in connection with the Franchise Bill, the present grent excitement lias been raised.
The present population of England is
put down at 27,110,000, of Scotland
3,800,000, and of Ireland 4,050,000.
If population alone thou be taken ns
tlio  basis of  redistribution England
would be eutitied to 402 members, instead of 480 as at present, while Scut-
land would havo 70 instead of 00, and
Ireland 00 instead of 103.   Iu 1881
tho population of the burouuhs of the
United Kingdom was nbout 15,000,000,.
and that of the counties 20,000,000.
On this basis the boroughs would be
entitled to 270 members, and the counties to 308, instead of at present 283
aud 300 respectively.   There is one
member of parliament iu the United
Kingdom to 54,000 people, but 120
burghs, each with a population of less
than 20,000, return 144 members.   Of
these small boroughs, 72 have populations lest than 10,000, 42 less than
7.000,   while   one  hns  only  2,420.
Then thore are anomalies in the other
London, Aug. 24.—The Tim?*' Foo
Chow dispatch dated Sunday, 3 p.m.,
says tho French shelled the barracks anil
camps near Quanbao. No resistance
was made to the attack. Tho consulate
buildings were looted by Chineso soldiers. The French report tho loss of six
men. The Times correspondent believes
this estimate untrue, An English pilot
was killed during the scare Saturday
night when tho French opened their
heavy fire, and it is bolioved sank one of
their own torpedo boats. The bombardment is described as of tho most sicken-
ing character. Tho Chineso fleet lately
on Min river, with the exception of two
ships, is blotted out, No surrender was
allowed to the disabled and sinking
ships. Their guns silenced, thoy were
shelled for liours, Tlio dockyard and
arsenal were tired iimuodiatoly. Eleven
vessels formed the Chinese fleet, Tho
French kept up a Ure on the arsenal and
the neighboring buildings, forts, barracks aud viUasea until 5 iu the afternoon though tho resistance from the Chineso was weak. Their vessels were
mostly light wooden river and coast
transports, aud wero really toys. The
French had eight heavy armed ships.
Several Chineso gunboats maintained
bravely a desultory tire for about a ■■u.-ir-
ter of an hour, when the survivors of
their crows leaped overboard. The combat was practically finished iu seven
minutes. After disabling tho Chinese
vessels it waa no fight, it wan a massacre. Thia is tho opinion of every tpneta-
tor. Two eighteen-ton gunboats 01' the
Chinese fleet fought well, one sinking
near the English man-of war Champion,
whilo tho ono stationed abovo the .junks
made a gootl stand. Somo French ami
Chinese ships wore engaged in close
proximity to the English men-of-war
Vigilant and Champion. At li o'clock
Sunday ovening three burning gunboats
floated down stream, uno carrying French
colors. Numerous tiro junks, blitzing in
a dangerous manner imperiled the English men-of-war, but were tended oil".
One English bark was saved by nu English man-of-war. Torpedo boats were
exploded under the stem of thu Yank
Wood transports and two sinking gunboats, Tho scenes on tho river as the
dead and wounded floated by were terrible. The English saved many wounded.
The forts lower down have not yet been
attacked.
i
. _„~ B.,™«,,uU,-.ud-
tflg tho Tagdda anchorage. It is reported
that 75,000 Chinese troops are 111 the
vicinity of Foo Chow.
London, Aug. 2?.--According to reports received at Sontay, 80,000 Chinese
troops invaded Toni|uiii and had au engagement with the French. In tliis battle it is asserted tho French wero annihilated, while several thousand Chinese
wore killed.
Caiho, Aug. 27.—Major Kitchener
telegraphs from Dougola that a spy
brought reports that General Gordon hud
gaiued a great victory over the rebels on
August Ilth, and that two rebel leaders
were killed in the engagement.
London, Aug. 28.--Wolseley proposes
to reach iJongola with tlio Gordon relief
expedition by November 7th, Ho is
confident tliat he wilt be able to accomplish this programme without difficulty.
There aro only six cataracts to puss,
whereas in tlio Red River expedition in
1870 he was compelled to drag boats
overland at forty-eight places,
Pahis, Aug. 28.—Admiral Courbet's
oflicial report up to this evening is as foi-
lows: Miu river, 5tS0i Aug. 28th.—Tho
fu'iucipul batteries in Kin l'ai channel
lave been destroyed, and we hopo to destroy all other forts this evening. By a
lino of torpedoes barring entrance to
river being fished up and explosives being
secured gunboats were able to leave the
river by another channel, and the Ospray
was dispatched to murder telegraph
cable.
London, Aug. 28.—A later dispatch
from the Foo Chow correspondent of
the Times says: "1 have just returned
from Kin Pni. All defences ou the Mia
river gave in and Chinese troops Imve
bolted. The French fleet can bombard,
but tho occupation of the mainland is
impossible."
YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES
(Special to the Columbian.)
SiiANoini, Aug. 28.—European residents of Shanghai remain unmolested.
Many Chinese, however, havu been
alarmed mil are loaviag tho city and
foreign settlements. Tho chief magistrate and consuls Issued placards tirgmg
the natives t-.> remain aa tlio French have
no Present intention of attacking .Shanghai or Woo Sang. The Chineso authorities hnve recoived important telegrams
from Pekin the purport of which is not
precisely known. Reports, howevor, say
that China iu desirous of coming to nn
agreement with Franco. The Viceroy of
Canton has ot'doi-ed all Frt-nehnieu lo
leave his province imfnodiately.
Cairo, Aifg. 28.—-Frauds amounting
to -1*80,000 liavo heen discovered in the
inirisiry. Financial foreign ofiicials of
hij^h standing mv implicated.
SllANOllAl, Aug. 24.—Of tho Chinese
men-of-war which escaped the French
borrbanlment at Foo Chow ono was
stranded nnd hnd her tuck broken. The
other met with no mishap. Thu French
recommenced firing to-day, directing
their shots against the pagodas. It is
surmised the object of the renewed attack is to entirely obliterate the place.
Siianohai, Aug. 20.—Advices from
Foo Oho.v confirm the report that the
wholo Chinese fleet waa destroyed. The
Frenoh lost five men including the American pilot who was killed 011 board the
XAtM-ttsmSSS^sMv.
as. Shannon, Deaksdalc, writes: For
many yoars my wife wns troubled with
chilblain*, and could got uo relief until
about two yearfl noo; she was then not
able to wnlkYtiiid tlie pain wns then so
xcruciating thnt she could not sleep at
night Vour agent was then on his regular trip, and she asked him if he could
cure her. He told her Dr, Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil was a sure cure. She tried
it, and jmlgo of her astonishment when
in a fow days, thu pain wob all allayed !
and the foot restored to its natural condition. It is also the best remedy for
bunts and bruises J, over used.
ciilUlwhiH'k Council.
Council mot at Controvillu uu the Kith
inst. 1-resent—His Worship tho Reeve
nnd nil tho members. The Clerk was
directed to apply to tho Government for
the appropriation of $1000 voted nt Inst
session of parliament. It wns resolved
that all contractors doing work under
the instructions of the Council, to bo
paid out of tho government treasury,
shall not employ Chinamen. Cowley k
Gibson's contract—grading trunk road
from Ccntrevillo to Shannon mountain, ,
reason for thnt, I suppose, is chiefly
duo to the fact that in London you
have families that havo been acclimatized to wealth.   Being born to wealth,
they make as good use of it as of any
other gift  which lhey may possess-
But  iu  America our rich men havo
nearly all been born poor.   Thoy have
heaped together vast fortunes.   As a
consequence their wealth is too much
for them, and there is nothing to compare with the groat numbers of wealthy
men and women who in London devote the wholo of their leisure time
to tho servico of God and their fellow-
men.   Why, tho other day tho heir to
oue of the greatest fortunes in London, whose name I do not wish you
to publish, stood outside our meeting
and held a cabman's horse tho whole
of time  in   order that the cabman
might take part in the service within.
Titled ladies and wealthy ladies nmv-'
iug iu tho first society huve gone down
into the lowest slums in the districts
in which we have been holding our
meetings aud taken cam of tho children and nursed thu babies while the
mothers spent au hour in our hnll.
In some of tho places they opened a
create, whore thoy each took turns in
keeping tho babies while the mothers
were at tho services.   Nor is it only
tho  wealthy  who   havo shown such
eneigy.     About a hundred persons
have followed its from placo to place,
and havo taken lodgings in the immediate vicinity of our halls in order
(hat  they  might   bo ablo  to work
night and day and bring in the people.    Thnt  is one uf the great advantages you  havo hero.   You have
more  people  with  leisure  than  we
havo iu America;  people who have
time ou  their hands, and  who are
good enough  to dedicate it to the
service   of   their   follow - creatures, I
Among those who helped us very materially wero converts who joined us
at Cambridge.     There never was a
place that 1 approached with greater
anxiety than Cambridge,   Nover having had the privilege of n university
education, I was nervous about meeting university men.   But I think I
had a better timo nt Cambridge than
I had in any other provincial town,
and many of the graduates who wero
brought in there rendered noble service in our London campaign."
'Now, Mr. Mood}*, compared with
your last visit to England, how does
this ono stand?'1 "Bettor," was the
reply; "botter in overy respect. There
hits not been so much newspaper son*
sat ion; but wo havu had more meetings, better meetings, nnd tho work
has beun of a more satisfactory character overy way, For tho last eight
mouths I havo addressed on nn average 11,000 people overy day. Tolerably largu congregations," continued
Mr, Moody; "and we gut down to the
people bettor. Thoro waa uot so
much absolute work in thu slums ns
among thu middlu and working classes.
As i\ rule, fho workingtiinn will not go
lo meeting until he hns been home j
first, if only for livo minutes," '
"Aud   wlmt  do you  think of   us,
M.   Moody?     Hnve we improved or
i-ono  backward during the oight years
wliich hnvo j-nssed since you hist came
to England?'    "You have improved,"
said   .Mr.   Moody—--wonderfully  improved.    To begin wiih, there is much
un-ic brotherly feeling, more Christian
union iiliiullu the various denominations, ,th(Hi iu I87(i.   The number of
ministers, Established and nnii-Estnb-
Halted, tlmt   co-operated  with us all
tlii'thigh  hus  been much greater, and
their favor and brotherly feeling wure
all (hat could be desired.   Then thero
is aiiotiter improvement  that is vory
perceptible, lying  on tho surface of
society; I moan tho enormous advance
you have made in temperance.   Eight
years ngo  it   wns diflicult for ine to
mix in your society without being constantly    pressed    to    drink    wine.
Now I may say, broadly, I am nevor
nsked lo touch it, and at many places
whoro I go it is not even on the table.
Side by dido with tho increasing zeal
of the churches there has been n most
romnrkublc absence of abuse, and the
last improvement that I notico is a
diminution of enste feeling.    Thore
seems  to  me  to exist in England a
greater sense of our common humanity, permeating all classes.   The rich
and tho poor seem to feel that thero
is no longer that great gulf between
them   whicli   .was  formerly thore."
"This is very gratifying, Mr. Moody,"
said our representative.   "Now, have
you learned anything from US?"   "I
came hero to learn, and I have learned
0110 great truth."    "What Sb that?"
"Why, tho groat principle of divide
and conquer.     That is what distinguishes London abovo all other cities.
The church has discovered that in order to get nt men it must attack them
iu sections.   It is of no uso trying to
got nt men in tho mass.   You must
split them up and deal with them in
detail; and to such n length have you
carried  (his  principle that there is
hardly a class of a hundred persons in
London  that  havo  not a society or
missionary   or   somebody   or other
dead long ago, Tho survival of the
Booth family to the present moment
is to ine littlo short of a miracle. The
great defeot, if I may be permitted to
say so, of your service in England,
especially of the services of the
church, is that they alienate the
masses by their excessive length and
their lack of interest and vitality.
You want telegrammatic services (if I
may use the phrase) if tho busy men
of the latter end of the nineteenth
century are to attend them. None of
our meetings exceeded one hour in
length, and they were always broken
up with plenty of singing. Long
services are a mistake. In short, the
great need of the church here, aa elsewhere, is sanctified common sense."-
Pall Mall Budget.     	
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
worm killer, Mother Graves' Worm Ex-
term nator; nothing equals it.
STALL  FEEDING,
On their premises at Langley Prairie, and
aro propured to take eattle for winter
fntenfng or keep. Butchers and stockmen who wish cattle kopt fat and In good
order will find every facility, and moderate charges. Tho fnrm Is only I.-imfles
from New Wosl minster, nnd Is on the
Trunk rond. INNES   BROR,
unfit« langley Prairie.
O-TOTICE
IH HKitKUY OIVEN that I have mado
application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands nnd Works, II. (.'., to purchase
610 acres of pasture land situate in Nicola*
Knin loops IJist.
Said lund lies about 5 miles 8. E. from
Chnpperon Luke uud extends in an easterly dim-Noii from stake No. Ito stake
No. 2, lOOelinins; thenco South 60chains
tontukeNo.il; tlienco West 300 <*hainsto
stake No, I; nnd North 60 chnins to starting point.
The land is hounded on the west by
easterly Une of L. Guichon's purchased
land, 011 cast by small creek, on smith hy
Upper Nieola river, and nortii by Crown
lauds.
C. M; BEAK,
Douglas Duke, Upper Nicoln,
June Uth, im.
i» .1. •~i.  "IC ?"llIoa«tPawonam
SKi 3$tT\0uoil* You (o Fool
Tol, all of thin city.  No curds.
riSSENIlERS.
Per str. AMEL'A, from Victoria, August
27.~Ml* Miller, Mrs Hoppin, Mrs Shotbolt,
Mrs Deacon, Miss (Solomon, Miss Robinson, Miss Andrew, Klnnay, Cameron,
London, Thomas, Argyle, white. Miller,
Itli-liinonil, John, Roberts, Ktrktnnd,
Sluggott, Lory, Almond, Erskfm, Wells,
Lovoll, Bill, Wulluce, Henry, Hieks, Coulter, Kirkland, Ladner, and 0 Chinese,
Porstr. IRVING,from up-river, August
20.—Mrs Sercombo, Mrs. Boyle, Miss Mc-
Grognr, Ml-1 Howison, Mrs McCullum,
Mrs Sutherland, Mi^i'illuudor.-T-i-tStott,
tilllnndcr MeRac, Koilh, Bishop Purien,
Ohlrouse, Sandlson, Horly, Lowdnor.Me-
Kiver, Isaacs and wf, Brewster, Turnbull,
Nelson, Blnck.MrDottkld, Wilson. Steven-
sou, Hammond. Thonins, Fletcher, Mc*
Nuughten, Brophy, und 17 others.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
ot the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
tite province.—:Aav,
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agrco
ments of .Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. It. Pearson k Co's, *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 cts. per
set at T, R. Pearson k Co.'a.
REFORMED EPISCOPAL Church
Rev. O. II. Allen, Pnstor. Sen-ices in
the Court House evory Sunday at 11 tt, 111,
nnd 7 p. in, Sundny School nt 10 n. in.
All are Invited,    Jc7*tc.
METHODIST  CHURCH,   Mnry SI.
11., ,«     S' Watson, Pastor.   Services nt
cordially invited.
VAIION LODGE No, O, A. F.
* A, M.-Tho regular Communication* of this Lodge are
ti-sksTtt, • J10.'1' ""H-0 ."■'-'I Mondny In each
M^;.??^Plln,5h-T,**rc,*nroro«lhil-
•y,i»ylted to attend     WM. HOWAY,
      Socretary,
M
foii-to
NOTICE.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT 1
Intend to upply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works for permission
to purchase the followingdenorlbod lands,
shunted In the District or New Westminster:
Commencing atthcNW corner of the
Government Reserve, sltunted on the
Mitit hern side of English Bny; thence due
south, along t lie western boundary of said
Reserve, to Its southwest corner; thence
due west 110 chains, more or less, to the
eastern boundary of Point Grey Reserve;
thenee due north, nlong safd eastern
boundury, to the shoro of En-illsh Bny;
thonco easterly", nion-* shore of English
Buy, to tlie place of commencement, cou-
tnlntng about *.jo acres, moro or less.
R.T.WILLIAMS.
Victorin, a C. 3rd April, ISM.        upO-tc
3JTOT10B.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho Municipal Council of Surrey Intend milking npplicutloii to the Chief
Commissioner nf Lunds and Works to
hnve the following linesgnstelicd as public
hlghwnVN,,tiii!id till feot wide respectively,
viz: Tlie % section line south of tho
township line between townships I nnd II,
New Westminster Distriot, beginning nt
the intersect ion of the Svminnmooroad
and suld % section lino, thence running
west lo the west line of section 38, township I, ndlstnnceof about one mile and
four chains; nud the section line between
Sees. Wand :(1 und Sees. 2llniid iB, township
7, New Westminster District, running
east froni the const morldlnn rond to the
Hull's Prairie rend.
BIONB. SMITH, C.M.C.
Clover Valley, B, C„ Aug. 18,18tfL   [20ml
TEMPF.B4NCE.-Tho W. C. T. U.
meets every Wednesdny afternoon at
8..-J0 in ttio biiNcment of the Methodist
Church, Mary St. Tho Bluo Ribbon Club
meets every Wednesday evening nt the
Skating Mink; musical and literary entertainment from 8 lo il. Every ono Is
cordlnlty invited. incite
CONTRACT.
THE UN11E11SIONED WILL LET A
onntnicttowliltoroon or Imlliiiix f(ir
cutting inn toiiIk of sliliiKic oki'pSt
11 |i ill the rnln of 100 ranis im montli. #111
|my S2 |.or conl, nnd will fnrnlali tools nnd
ll lOUSO lo livo III.        It. STEVENSON.
WW? Chllllwliuk.
Tenders for Wharf.
1 LENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED by
. thu Surrey Municipal Council up lo
Saturday. 16th Inst., at l o'clock p. m., for
the building of tt Perry Wharf at Brown's
Landing, Fruser River. Spccfflcnttons
can lie seen at Mr. Jns. Punch's, Brownsville, or at MeDougull's logging camp,
Mud Ilny. Tlie lowest or unv lender not
necessarily accepted.
Surrey, Aug. 7lh, 1884. auflid
i:m:\Mio* or tine.
Tlie time for receiving tenders for the
ubovi* work has been extended until Saturday, l:itli September next, all o'clock
p. m. B. It, SMITH, C.M.C.
_^__. biiSs-M
TIRED OUT.
Tlm distrusting fooling of
weariness, of
oxlmustluii without clfort, whioh makes life
;i bunion fi m ninny people, ii duo to the
fact thnt tlio Wi-i-il In poor, nnd tho vitality
■■■.nsrquontly feeble.    If ynu nro suffering
front .Mii-li fwitiii-.*-',
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
In just wlmt ynu need, and will du you inoal-
..'illable good.
No otber projul rntion so onuoontrates and
coiiibbios hlnot-purlfylng, vitalising, enrich-
liii.', mat hivig'-rntiiig qualities ns AVEB'S
SAftKAlMIUMsal,
punpAnnn nv
Dr.J.C.Aycr&Co.,Lowell,Mass. ,
Sold by nil Drug-iNs; fl, six bottles fc»-ft>,
NORMAN'S    .
Electric Belt Institution,
i:.lniill.h. .1 IMI.
I Qnopn Hlrcol Ensl, Toronto, Onlnrlo.
Tlnmo Klectro-Curntlvo Dolts, Insoles
unci Trnssos nro N.nrrlnr I. nay ollirr
■ri.ir.lr known to mnn fop the lminr.ll.
•Ir atrllrr nml Prmanrnl fan, ot nll-
menls nrlalnii (mm Inillseretlon, nlnis
ncelilenl, nml nll diseases ot Hie blooil nml
nerves, sneli ns
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED HY
HENRY W^ HUGHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried hy nearly every lady in
town witli success, needs littlo or no de
scription, butforstrungors tho following
is printed:—It docs tlio washing for a
family iu two hours; no boiling allowed;
littlo or no rubbing on tho board; bluo
not needed; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
does two weeks' washing. Tho finest
soap known for faco and hands, sharing,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the abovo is not true.
The undorsigned being the first to introduce it, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize liim. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co., at tho Occident Hotel,
and orders received and So.vt- supplied
nt Mr. C. O. .Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
ltcing well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, f need no introduction,
lo those out of town, n letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W, HUGHKS,
mh21 New West., B. C.
Just Opened Out
~ AT	
T.LHIBL1
\ervnHN Ih hllll)-,
Urn-tal Wf«k»r*s
Womb Tp.mt.le-.
VrttrAAmmv.
Dyteniety,
Vnrn\y*iu,
■iiiimuMM.
HlerplnunrtiNt
Kidney Mhmm,
ron«il|iRifo,n,
IheMt-Mpli-lnl
lumtNixo,
■h»M«tlHM,
Dlnrrliora,
Mr In llm.
■■dl*»ll»,
NeHMlfflfi,
InilMtmry,
And n host of nnilolloiiH over which mod*
ieine hus littlo or no eonlrol. They hnve
been mnny yenrs More the people of
Cnnndn, and aw moro used thnn evor,
wliich spenks botter for them thnn any
private testimonial, (,'oiimiltntlon nnd
circulars Willi tefitl mon lain froo.
mhlMm .1, noiman, n. e.
tm -foplrs mn-dih- Ubrnrj,
Including the Now Style.
RnlK-rlMin'* ,1*BII Btrten.
Very Complete 1,1 ne of
The PofIn, TnrliiHH HI) If*.
Murk Twain's Experience, t bit.
.lob Lot of Hi cent Novels.
ItlchnrdNon'H Piano Instructor.
i jetze'fi or«nn instructor.
Hit perl) So n K Honk, SI,
Hong Polio, $1,
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
IlookB, Stationery, nnd Music, Cohmihin
street, New Woslml lister. (Star Storji.
A REMARKABLE STORY,
"Poor John! I suppose ho never
came back to this country again?'' Mr.
Mildway said, with sympathetic curl
iwity, and that air of knowing till nbout
it which is sometimes so offensive; but
Mrs. John was simple-minded. She
was not even displeased by the undertime of confidential understanding.
"Never! it would havo broken his
heart; what was left to him to come
for? He always said that whon ladies
meddle with business everything goes
wrong. But, dear ine, 1 oughtn't to
say so horo," Mrs. John added, with n
littlo panic, looking round.
"Why'/you need nut bo afraid uf
expressing your sentiments, my dear
lndy, before tno. I havo tho greatest
respect for tho Indies—where would
bo without thom ! -0, woman, iu your
liours of enso,' etc., you know. But
I think that mixed up with business
thoy are entirely out of their place.
It changes tho natural relations—it
creates a falso position—"
"John always thought ao. But
fhon I was so silly—so dreadfully silly
—about business; and lie thought that
women should be all liko me."
"That is certainly thu kind uf woman that is most attractive to mon,"
said Mr. Mildmay, with a gallant bow;
"and in my time ladies thought much
of that. I hope, however, that you
will like this retirement, and bo happy hore. It is vory retired, you sec-
nothing to disturb us—"
"Oh, Mr. Mildmay, I dare say I
shnll do vory well," said Mrs. John,
putting hor handkerchief to her eyes;
"but seeing ihat" (sho waved her hand
toward tho front of the Whito House
in tho distance) "frum tho window,
and knowing overy day how things are
going on at the bank, and all the old
associations, 1 cannot bo oxpected to
bu very hnppy. That was not thought
of when I came here."
"My dear lndy!" Mr, Mildmny said,
soothingly; and then ho saw his way
to inflicting another pin-prick upon
this blooding heart so easily laid open
to him. "I suppose you know that
Catherine has put hor nephew Harry
and his Bister—ho is no more her
nephew than I am; one of Gilbert
Vernon's boys; but sho took a fancy
to him—in tho White House? It belongs to her now, liko everything elso
in tho neighborhood. Almost the
whole of Redborough is in her hands."
"Her nephew?" said Mrs. John,
faintly, "but sho hns no nephew—sho
was an only child. My Hester is
nearer to hor than any ono else." Then
sho paused, and added, with conscious
magnanimity, "Since I cannot havo it,
it doesn't matter to me who has gut
it. Wo must mnke ourselves as contented as wo can, Hester and I,"
It was at this moment that the two
Indies uppcared who considered tho
summcrhouse their special property.
They woro tall women, with pronounced features and n continual
smilo, in dresses which had a way of
looking scanty, and wore exactly the
same. Their nocks were long nnd
thoir noses largo, both which characteristics thoy held tu be evidences of
family aud condition. Thoy followed
each other, uno always a step in advance of the other, with a certain pose
of their long necks aud turn of their
shoulders which mado sumo people
think of the flight of two long-necked
biidi. Mr. Mildmay Vernon, who
pretended to somo scholarship, called
thom lliu Chines of Ibycus. They
arrived thus ut tho peaceful spot nil
chackerud with morniug light nnd
shade, as with a swoop of wings.
"Dear lndy!" said Miss Matilda,
"we should have waited till wo could
make a formal call and requested the
pleasure of making your acquaintance
as we ought; but whon wo saw you in
our sLimmcrliouso, we felt suro that
you did riot understand tho distribution nf tho placo, and wo hurried out
to say that wo wore delighted to soo
you in il, and quite glad that you
should use it as much as evor you
please."
"Oii!" cried Mrs. John, much disturbed, "I am so sorry if I havo intruded.   I had not the least idea—"
"Thai we were suro you had nnt—■
fur everybody knows that Mrs. John
Vernon is a lady," said the other. "It
is awkward to havo no one to introduce us, but wo must just introduce
each other. Miss Martha Vernon-
Ridgway, Mrs. Vernon j aud I am
Matilda," said the spokeswoman, with
a courtesy. "Wo aro vory glad to soo
you here."
At this moment Mrs. John mado
her courtesy too, but, boing unready,
found nothing to sny; for sho could
not bo suppusod to bo glad to see them,
as everybody know the sad circumstances iu which shu had returned to
her former home; and sho seated herself again aftor her courtesy, wishing
much that Hester was with her. Hes-
tor had tho happy knack of oithor
knowing or suggesting something to
say.
"Wo hope you will find yourself
comfortable," said tho two ladios, who,
by dint of always beginning to speak
together, had tho air of making their
remarks in common j but Miss Matilda
had bettor wind nud a linner disposition than her sister, and always carried tho day. "You are lucny in
having the und house, which has all
the fresh air, I am suro wo do not
grudge you anything, but it always
makes us fool how wo are boxed up;
that is our houso between the wings,
It is monotonous to soo nothing but
the garden—but wo don't complain,''
"I am sure I nm very sorry, Mrs.
John began to say.
"Your favorablo opinion of tho end
houses is very complimentary," said
Mr. Mildmay. "I wish it wero founded on fact. My windows look into
tho pool and draw nll tho minsnia out
of it. When I liavo a lire I feel it
como in. But I say nothing. What
would bo the good of it? We are nut
here only to please ourselves. Beggars should not bo choosers."
"I hope, Mr. Mildmay Vernon- that
you will speak for your yourself," stud
the sisters. "Wo do not consider
thnt suoh an appellation applies to us.
We uro not obliged, I beg to sny," Miss
Matilda added, "to livo unywhero that
doos not suit us. If wu como here ns
a favor to Catherine Vernon, who
makes such a point of having all her
relations about hor, it is not that wo
aro beggars, or anything of the sort."
"Dear, dear mo!" said Mrs. John,
clasping her hands, "I hopo nobody
thinks that is the ease. For my poor
dear husband's sake, for Hester's
sake, I could nover submit— Catherine offered the house out of kind-
neBS—nothing1 but that."
"Oh, nothing but that," said Mr.
Mildmay Vernon, with a sneer.
"Nothing at all but that," said the
Miss Vomoii-Ridgways. - 'Sho said
to m, I am suro, lhat it would bo a
favor to herself—a porsonal favor.
Don't you re-member, Martha? Nothing else would induce us, ns you may
suppose, Mrs. John—iny sister and
mc, who havo many friends nud resources—to put up with u little poky
place—the worst, quito tho worst,
horo. But dear Catherine is very
lonely. Sho is not a person, you know,
that can do with everybody. You
must understand her beforo you can
gel on with hor, Shouldn't you say
so? Aud sho is perhaps, you know, a
littlo too fond of her own way. Peoplo who can't mako allowances as relatives do, are apt not to—like her, iu
short. And it is such a groat stand-by
for her—sueh a comfort, to have us
hero."
"I should have thought she was very
—independent," said Mrs, John, faltering a little. She did not evon venture to risk an opinion; but something
she was obliged to say. "But I can
scarcely say I know her,'' sho added,
anxiously, "for it was thirty years
since I was at Redborough, and people cliango so much. She was young
thon."
"Young! she must have boon nearly
forty. Her character must have been
what one may call funned by that
time," said Mr. Mildmay; "but I
know what you mean. Our duar Catherine whom we are all so fond of—"
"You are quito right," said Miss
Matilda, emphatically, "quite right,
though perhaps you mean something
different, for gentlemen nro always so
strango. Wo are vory fond of dear
Catherine. All the moro that so many
people misunderstand her, aud tako
wrung idoas. I think, indeed, that
yuu require to bo a relation to enter
into the peculiarities of the cuso, and
tako everything into consideration,
before you can do dear Catherine justice. Sho is so good, but under such
a brusque exterior. Though she novor
means to hurt any one's feelings—that
I am certain of."
"Oh, neverl'! cried Mr. Mildmay,
with mock enthusiasm, lifting up his
hands and eyes.
Mra. John looked, as each spoki
from uno to the other, with a great
deal of perplexity. It had seemed to
her simple mind at first that it was
with a real enthusiasm that thoir gen-
eml benefactress was being discussed;
but by this time sho had begun to fool
the Influence of tho undortone. Sho
was foolish, but thero was no rancor
in hor mind. So gentle a littlo shaft
ns that which sho had horself shot, in
vindication, as she thought, of her
husband, rather thnn ns ussailiiig his
successor, she might be capable of;
but systematic disparagement puzzled
tho poor lady. Sho looked first at tho
Miss Vornon-Rtdgways, and then at
Mr. Mildmay Vernon, with a bewildered louk, trying to mako out what
they meant. And then sho was moved
to make to the conversation a contribution of her own.
"I'am afraid my littlo girl mndo
a sad mistake last night," she snid.
"Catherine was so kind us to come to
seo me—without ceremony — and I
liad gone to bed."
"That was so liko Catherine!" the
Miss Vernon-Ridgways cried. "Now
anybody elso would havo como noxt
day ut soonest, to let you hnve timo
to rest nnd get ovor your journey.
But that is just what sho would bo
sure to do. Impatience is a great defect iu hor character, it must bo allowed. She wanted yuu to bo delighted, and tell her how beautiful everything was. It must be confessed it is
a little tiresome. You must praise
everything, and tell her yuu aro so
comfortable. One wouldn't liko it
in anybody else.'1
"But what I regret so much," con-
tinned poor Mrs. John, "is that Hostel's, my Httlo girl, who has never
heard of Catherine—she is tall, but
she h only fourteen, nud such a child!
—dun't you know, sho would not lot
lior in? I am afraid she was quito
rude to hor."
Here Mrs, .John's artless story was
interrupted by a series of little cheers
from Mr. Mildmay, and titters from
tho two Bisters.
"Bravo!" he said. "Woll done!':
taking away Mrs. John's breath; while
the two ladies uttered little laughs and
titterings, and exchanged glances of
pleasure.
"Oh, how very funny!" they cried,
"Oh, what an amusing thing to hap-
pon! Dear Catherine, what a snub for
her! How 1 wish wo had boen there
to see."
"I should like to mako acquaint
mice with your little Hester, my dear
lndy," said Mr. Mildmay. "She must
have a fine spirit. Our respected
cusin Catherine is only human, and
wo all feel that to bo opposed nuw and
then would bo for hor moral advantage. Wo flatter her oursolves, being
grown-up persons; but we liko to
know that she encounters something
now and then that will be for hor
good."
"I must again ask you to speak for
yourself," said the sisters; "flattery is
not nn art I am acquainted with.
Dear, dear, what a sad thing for a beginning. How nervous it must have
mado you! and knowing that dear
Catherine, though sho iB so generous,
canned forgive a jest. Sho has no
sense of humor; it is a great pity. She
will not, I four, see the fun of it ns
wo do."
"Do you think," said Mrs. John,
with a littlo tremor, "that she will be
dreadfully angry?   HeBter is such
child—and then, sho didn't know."
The Bisters both shook their heads
upon their long necks. Thoy wished
nu particular harm to Mra. John; but
thoy would not havo been sorry su to
frighten her, as that she should go
away as she came. And they sincerely
bolioved Cathorino to bo as they represented her. Few people nre capable
of misrepresenting goodness in the
barefaced way of saying one thing
while they believe anothor. Most commonly they have made, out of shreds
and patches of observation and dislike,
a fictitious figure meriting all their
anger and contempt, lu which thoy attach tho unloved namo. Catherine
Vernon, according to their picture of
her, was a woman who, being richer
than they, helped thom all with an ostentatious benevolence which was her
justification fur humiliating (hum
whenever sho had a chanco, and treating thein at all times as hor inferiors
and pensioners. Perhaps thoy would
themselves have dono so in Catherine
Vernon's placo. This, at all events,
was tho way in whioh they had painted
her to themselves. They had grown
to beliovo that sho was all this, and to
expect her to act in accordance with
the character they had given her.
Whou the sun shone into tho summer
house, and routed the littlo company,
which happened just about the time
when the meal whieh they called
luncheon, but which to most of them
was dinner, was ready, Mrs. John curried back with her to her now homo n
tremulous conviction thnt any sort of
vengeance was possible,
4
IMPORTERS   AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN	
Provisions,
Liquors,
Cigars, Etc,
FBONT      STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
(jc25to)
ft
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FRONT ST., •  NEW WKTTHINSTKK
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Buperflnc aud Gri-liam
FLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
MM MM JM..tm9
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED  FRUIT,  COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agon's for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
(Jdtta)
Bra* Saw 1.
DeBeck Bros. & Go,
Manufacturers nml denlora in nil
kinds of
Rough & Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, HhukcH, rickets,
AND TRAYS.
We Intend to keep it full stock of
Sash,
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporiiini
MOS 11 ASIMO\ \liLK l\ TllirJtlT^.
Opposite the  Bnnk, Columbia street,
New Westminster, It. U.      [inyStJ-tc.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new $;<Jods
consisting in part of
X2X3"   OOODS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ai;., Ac, Ac, Infnct
(To bo Continued.)
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the CuLt/MMAN ofiiee, Prices will be
found lower than at any other offloe In
the province.—Ado,
Tlint will bo required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From hottom to top,
Orders for Mcrell Hawing, Tri mining
and Hbnplnp, will he promptly and cure-
fully attended to. We pay particular nt-
tendon fo tlio munufiicttire of good, dry
Salmon Boxes,
And webollcvo our customers will In ur
us out in saying Mint. we make
Tkt Siii Salmon fines on the Rirer.
Wo sincerely thank those who hnvo fa*
vorod us with their patronage in the past,
nnd hegtoHollcit a continuance of their
fnvors. During the pnst winter wo have
mnde extensive mitt it Ions to our Mill, nnd
cnu now fill orders moro promptly nnd
cheaply thnn over. We hnvo chartered
the stonmer "Iris-' for the Henson,nnd will
therefore be utile to deliver [.innlier
promptly. We havo also to announce to
IheeltlxeiiHof Port Moody thut we have
opened n branch of our IiuhIucsh nt thnt
pliipe, nml will in- nlili* to lill orders from
therein a fow days.
DeBECK BROS. A CO.
New Westminster, Mar 28th, 1881, Ita
Estate of Sbeneier Brawn, Deoeuod,
mHE UNDERBiaNBD HAVE KEEN
I Hiijuiln loil Agents fnr tlm Excutilnrs ot
tin' ninivi- cstiitc, nml will <lenl with tlio
mitnngemeiit and selling of nml estate,
col Ice! lon of Intorest nml Instalments of
fiurehitso money, Sic    Persons Indebted
o the estate will lie guided accordingly.
W00D8 * TU'INRK.
New Westminster, Aug. 19, ISM.     120-Iin
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
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General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Sh   %
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
L\l).\Elim\lll\UU
(ly-tyi)
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND
10HNST0N & SMITH,
no24tc] l'liontlKTORH
Direct importation
t oonuw
«WIN
L.
•8 WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.*
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
cuts of New Westminster and vicinity that he U constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supply
I BOND or DUTY PAH),
In lliiaiillllcs lo Suit Customers.
Also, ill constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllby'i, London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOITTMBIA   BISini,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF —
"WAG-ESS
—con—
WHITE  LABOR
—OS   TIIK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  .$125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .83 fiO to §4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 CO to. 8 fiO     "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 60 to 4 CO     "
Bridge Carpenters.
Ist class  " CO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class..    ... 3 00 "
Masons 2 GO to 3 GO     "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to 3 CO     "
Blacksmiths,    Ist
class   3 GO "
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class 3 00 "
Blacksmith  Helpers  I 50 to 2 00    "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25.   "
Laborers    1 7G to 2 00     "
Hewers, lst class   3 CO 1*
Choppers, lst class 2 00 to 2 CO     "
Scorers, lst class    2 60 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All CirpL-ntu-u to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will  be convenient
along tho Line.   Board—$5 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employ*
eos to hoard In the Company's Houses,
Wages will he paid monthly, on tho
lOtli of eaoh month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
Gknkral Manaiikk.
Office ok thk Contractors
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Ynlo, March 1, 1883.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Provincial Secretary's Okfkik,
21st July, 1881.
XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tlio
IS Order, published in tho British Co-
liiinbla Clnxettc of Dili March Inst, directing thut Section il at tlio "Mineral Aet,
188L" shnll not hnvo effect in the Electoral
Districts of Cassiar, Kootenny, and Cariboo, hus been rcNulmled, so fur its lt relntes
Io t he Electoral District of Cnrihoo,
Ily Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
JlyStlml Provincial Hecretnry.
K
A.JLm__U\1
KIIOH  *  OO.  AHE NOW PRK*
left with Mr. Clinx. MoDonough, Front Ht.
shall hnve prompt niton lion. Jaate
Wood Turner
NOTICE.
A  SITTING OF THE COUNTY COURT
A   of Victoria will bo held nt the Court
H-H1H-*. Cowlchun, on Thursday, the 18th
day of September next.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provinoial Secretary's Office,
nth August, 1681. uullnil
PUBLIO  NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt all
publio Innds in New Westminster
Distriot, situated to the Went nt Uio Norlli
Rond and tho Nortii Arm of Burmrd Inlet,
und lying between tho Nortii Arm of the
Frasor River and it lino drawn due East
und West, distant Ave miles North of
roint Roche, nre reserved from snlo or
settlement until further notico.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. AW.
Lands nnd Works Department, Victoria,
B.C., Aug. 7th, 1884. nuOml
•fcTOTICE.
AM. ASSESSORS UNDER THE "Assessment Act, 1871V nnd nmendlng
Acts, nre hereby Instructed to complete
their Rolls on or before the .-Kith November noxl; nnd the duties of ull Courts of
Revision nnd appeal, undersuch Statutes,
nro lo he completed nnd the Rolls finally
revised on or bofore the ,11st December
next.   By Command.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provinoial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office, Kith August, 1881. miSWm
WANTED,
ment will bo ifl 	
competent man. Apply at the
      CONSTANT   EMPLOY-
montwlll bo given to a thoroughly
DOMINION SAWMILL.
NOTICE,
SIS HONOUR tho Lieutenant-Governor in Council bus boon pleased to or-
thatt-
1. A vacation of the Supremo Court be,
and Is hereby appointed, commencing on
the Uth of August and terminating on the
1st of October, In the present your.
2. This order shall not interfere with
the sittings ofthe full Court.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provlnclul Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office.
12th August, 1881. Ifiau2w
GOVERNMENT  NOTICE8.
N°
NOTIOE.
Land Reoistiiy Office.
Nom- Won tin luster District,
2nd July, 188*.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
,- tho Lund Registry Offico of the District of Now Westminster will bo temporarily located nt the Land Registry Office,
Victorin, until tho copying of the records.
Ae., Is completed. Application for registration and other business mny In the
meantime bo mnde to mc direct or through'
the Government Agent at Now Westminster.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
JlyBtc Deputy Registrar
Showing the dates nnd places of
Courts of Assize, Nisi Prlui, mud
Oyer and Terminer for the year
18B4. 	
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On Vancouver Ituand.)
Victorin, .....Monday,  7th April.
.Nanaimo Wednesdny 4th Juno.
(On Mainland.)
Now Westminster,,Wcdnesdiiy,... 7th Mny.
Yalo, Mondny, lHthMny.
Kamloops, Friday, aoth May.
Clinton, Saturday, 71 hJuno.
..JAM.  ASSIZES.
[Out, Vancouver Island.]
Viotoria,..: Mondny,.,. .Mth November.
Nnnnlmo, Wednesday, 3rd  December,
[On Mainland.]
Richfield, Mondny,... 8th September.
Clinton Tuesday,..80th September.
Kamloops W'dn'sduy 8th October.
_alo, SuturdnjYlir-th Octobor.
New West .W-dn'sdny.lStli November.
20th Juntiary, 1884. fe2tc
PUBLIC NOTIOE.
KOOTENAY DISTKICT.
NOTICE.
CANCELLATION of RESERVATION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
notioe published in the llrllish Cnl-
umbta Gatette, dated loth September, not,
reserving tlio east half of Section 12,
Mayne Island, hns beon cancelled, und
(lint tills hind will be opon to pre-empt Inn
and purchase three months from the date
hereof.
WM. SMITHE,
Chiof Com. of L. A W.
Lands nnd Works Department .Victoria,
B.C, Aug. uth, DK). nu»ml
3STOTIOE.
TO CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
QEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, prop-
Kj crly endorsed, will ho received liy the
Il'iiiourahlo the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd works up to noon of Suturdny,
the Will in.sliinl.for the con struct ion of a
School Houso ut Langley and ut Canoo
Pass, each tn he erected upon a site to bo
{tolnted out to the contractors by tho
(ohoiil Trustees.
I'luiisniid spcel Ileal Ions can bo seen at
the Govornmont office, New Westminster,
Whore forms for tender muy be obtained,
The lowest or nny tender uot necessarily accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-Genoral.
Lauds and Works Dept., Victorin. B. ft.
iiiih August, lftii. nuJMMd.
UTO-TICB.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
QEALED TENDERS, PROPERLY EN-
P domed, will bo received by Fred'k
Soues, Esq,, Assistant Commissioner of
Lands and Works, up to noon of Tuesday,
2nd September noxt, for the ConstmcllltM
of a sleigh llouii via Marble Iniiyonand
Hat t'rrek, lit connect the Lillooet Road
with the Cariboo Trunk Rond.
Spoclllcntlons cun be seen ami forms for
tender obtained nt the office of tho undersigned, or ut the Government offico, Clinton.
The lowest or any tender nol necessarily
accepted.
W.S.GORE,
Survoyor-Goneml.
Lands and Works Dept., Victoria, B. C,
llllh August, 1881. nulEI-td
GRAVING DOCK I
British. Col-u.rn.'bla.
DEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED TO
O tho undersigned, nnd endorsed "Tender for Graving Dock, B. C," will bn received at this office until Suturdny, 20th
September next, 1881, inclusively, for the
construction aha completion or the pnr-
tlnlly finished
Craving Dork al Esquimau Harbor,
British Columbia,
According to plans and specifications to
ho seen on and after Monduy, lst September next, nt tho Department of Public
Works, Ottawa, nud on application to tho
Hon, J. W. Trutch, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering nre notified thnt tenders will not bo considered unless mndo
on the printed forms supplied und prices
affixed to tho n7irrf<- of thu Items stated
therein, und signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied by
nn accepted bnnk ehoi-uo /*,*• the aunt of
t)7,fiO00.00, made payable to the order ofthe
Honorable the Minister of Public Works,
which will be forfeited If thcpnrtydocllue
to enter Into n contrnot whon called upon
canted, the chequo will bo returned.
The Department will nol bo bound fo
accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
K. H. ENNIB, Secretary.
Department of Publio Works, Ottawa,
Sth Aug., 1881. aulU-td
NOTICE.
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that I
Intend making application to the
..'hlef Commissioner of Lands nnd Works
for permission fo purchaso [2] two uusiir-
veyed Islands in the Fraser river, lying to
the west of Lots 20 A HI, Group 2, uud containing 160] fifty acres, moro or loss.
EDWARD F. CHARLTON.
August-it h.mSi. HTHJm2
fi
■SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, prop*
Q crly endorsed, will be received by the
HonournbloChlef Commissioner of Lands
und Works up to noon of Saturday, !Wth
August noxt, for tho right of maintaining
nnd operating a Ferry nt any or caeliof
tho following places, for a term of five
years, vlr:—
1st. On the Coiumbin River, about 30
milos below Kicking Horse, at tho
point where the Canadian Pacific
Rnllwny crosses said river.
2nd. On tlie Columblu River, nt tlie
point where the Cunadian Pacific
Railway crosses suid river, near (lie
Eagle Pass.
3rd. On tho Columbia River, at a point
known an .TohnsUin's Landing,
about !)0 miles nbovo Kicking
.   Horse,
4th. On the Columbia Rivor, opposite
the BpnllumchcEii Hlver,un(I about
20 miles above Johnston's Landing,
Sth. On the Kicking Horso Crook, at a
point wliere Die trull crosses,nbout
Oth. On the lvootenay River, at n point
known as tlio Upper Crossing.
Tho ferry right to extend fivo miles
abovo nnd five miles below the respective
points indicated.
Any party to whom a charter may bn
awarded shnll provide and maintain a
substantial ferry-boat, nnd proper appliances for working the same, a description
of which must be given wllh ills tender.
Tenders-.liiill slnlo the rate of loll proposed to bn collected for—
Each Passenger.
"     Team with wagon nnd driver,
"     Saddle Horse und rider,
"     Loose Horso or Mule,
"     Head of Cattle,
"     Sheep, Swine, Ac,
"     Hundred   pounds   weight of
freight.
Tenders must nlso slut.* the nmountof
the annual rental to bo paid to the Gov
eminent for the privilege; uud witli cacl.
lender must, be submitted the niiincs of
two responsible parties willing tosiunu
Bond for tho sum of §500 us security for the
faithful currying out of the contract.
All officers of the Provluclnl Government with their unhnuls nnd freight to
pass free.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-general.
Lauds and Works Department, Victoria.
B. ft, 15th July, 1881. JlyiUtd
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-;
diluting land are hereby notified
that land within tho limits of the Hast
Ings Saw Mill Company's lease is now
open for settlement, ami that any onclj
entering thereon will ho prosecuted fori
trespass,
RICH'D II. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manure.'.':]
IsTOTICB.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the partnership heretofore subsisting
between uh the undersigned us hotel-,
keepers at Granville, Burrard Inlet, liu'
been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to tliesnld partnership are to bo paid to John R, Mclnnls a-
Granvtltc aforesaid, and all claim!
against the suld purl net-shin ure to bo pro
scnted to the suid John It. Mclnnls, by
whom the same will ho settled.
Dated at Granville this lilthduyof Au-j
gust, 1881, '
JOHN H. McINNIS,
ANGUS MoLEOD.
Witness, J. MiLi.cn. uuttl-lm
TURNER, BEETON & CO.]
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STBEET • TICTOBUl
AOEUTe   TOP.
North British and Merciintll(|
Insurance Vo. for Mainland. ||
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
8(1 Finabury Circus,
London, E. Cj|
Dominion Liquor License Act
THE BOARD OF LICENSE CO MM IS-
sloners for Now Westminster District
nre propnrcd to receive applications for
Licenses up to :10th September, 1881
Forms of upnlicntUin und detailed informntion will be givon on application to
the Chlei Inspector, Mr. Perns; of which
nil parties concerned uro rcnulrcd to tnkc
notice.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Ist Commissioner.
Dated 8th August, 1881. aulltd
land Registry Ordinance- 1870
Lots Vos, 6 and ti, Block XXVII, In the City
of New Westminster,
A CERTIFICATE! OF INDEFEASIBLE
/\lille to the above mentioned lots will
fie issued to James Morrison on the 1*21111
day of November, 1881, unless in the
meantime a valid objection thcrolo hu
made to tlio undorsigned In writing by
some person claiming un estate or interest in suld lots or somo part thereof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Lund Registry Oflico, Now Westminster
District,2tHt August, \M. tinSMm
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
North East part (10 acros) of Lot 307,
Oroup I., New Westminster
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
North East corner oflhe above mentioned
Lot, bearing date the 2lrd day nf June,
188a, hns been lost uud application has
been mado for a duplicate of such Certificate, Notico Is therefore horoby given
that suoh duplicate will he issued, unless
cause be shown to tho contrary in writing
within ono mouth from the dnte hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Lund Registry Offlce,
Now Westminster District
Mth July, 1881.
NOTICE.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt wo
i.1 Intend mnking application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lunds nnd Works
for permission to louse for tlm boring purposes the following desoribed lands situated In New Westminster District:
1. Commencing ut a post on the shore of
Gillies Bay, Texada Island, about one
milo N. W. of Sheltor Point, extending
nlong the shore for a distance of 100
chains, with u depth of 80 chains,containing 1280 aores, moro or loss,
£ Commencing at a post on tho Nortii
shoro of Cnrdem Channel, ncnrly Opposite
Denham Island, extending nlong tho
shore for a distance of 100 chains, with n
depth of UH) chains, containing 10DU ncres,
more or less,
3. Commencing ut a stake on tho shore
_/ Hemming Buy, Thurlow Island, about
one-half mile West of Jaekiou l'olnt;
thence following tho shore Hue lifflchulns;
thence In a N. W. direction SHOohalnij
thence Easterly 100 chains; tlicnco South
to point of commencement, containing
.vm acres, more or loss,
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO-Y,
RlOIin. H. Al.KXANOKIt,
Manager.
Burmrd Inlet, R. 0., 80th July, 1881.
fill ia to
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CIMP-V.I
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pali, Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHKRl
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Meivhnn-1
disc, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock, J
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, und tlio,^
Cargoes of suoli Vessels; also, Shins luiilil-
itig ami repairing, Barges and other Vo
sols on navigable rivers and canals, audi
Goods on bonrd such VcsboIb, throughout 1
Great Britain nml Ireland ami in Forei^i
Countries,
FROM LOSS OU DAMAGE BY FlltK.j
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium nnil every infornm _
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARJISTKONU,
Agent for New Westminster^
DR. SPINNEY & CO.^
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 .KEARNEY STREET, |
SAN TRANCISCO, CAI.
DU. SPINNEY, well known ns thu fimn.]
dur of tin-Montreal, (0, K.)Mr--lk-ul IiimiI.1
tuto, nm) Into Proprietor of the Bl'lNNKYVlM.l'l
INr'UtMAItV, would most renpectfully tiitinn.J
lliu pittk'tita nml tlio ..(Dieted genonillj-, that lnT
«t 111 ■■oi.timicH ta treat chronic nnd nervoim itiftj
i-tutt-s with unparalleled tmcatsun.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.   I
Itemeiiiborthat liiounuitliiiitioii la Iho thief oJ
Unio-io "
OOME AND SE HEALED.
It mattera not what your -i..iiMt-« may he, comt]
and let tho Doctor cxamlno your cone. It wil J
cont yon iii'thing for roii-mltutlon, mi -deano t-Hljfl
and Hntinfv yourselvcii whether fho Doctor uinli-i-J
NtiuidH yoiircuie. II lie enn cure you he will tell
yuu io] if not, he will tell you that, fur ho wfll
not utiilertake n ■.-■mo iinli-m- ht? Ih i-onll-leiit of --f.■
I-iirtios ut a dtstnni-o wiehliiK IrenliuHit, )>«
m'luiiii** t'ii, and n minute iteicrlnflon ef tlu-iiE
trouhlt-n will receive in return a full coin-no i.'J
treatment securely (isckod io hb not to excite cit-fl
rlonlty. f
DK. 8PINNKY will ciiariintee to forfeit Flvifl
Hundred  Dollnra for every ouo of any kind ot
diameter which lie undertakes and fulls to cure.
I'. 8.—For diBenseH of short Hniidlt-p, n fill'
course of medicines, sufllch-tit for u cure, wit hii
all iniitructions, will he sent tu any iuMivkh un I
rccolpt of $10.
Call or Address
Dr. SP1NNKY A CO.,
9i!8.1y       No. 11 Kearney.ht,,£iitiFnniicisi-o,Cut. ]
DR. ALLEN'S!
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
»0}i Kearny St., Suit Francisco, CaKi
THE EXPEKT SPECIALIST,
T\R. ALLEN,  AS 18 WKLL KNOWN. 18 All
1/ regular   -jrndunted I'll*.nidi-it, educated nt'l
Sow-loin Colleen and University of MichljpiH.   Ilen
lias dovotedrtiiretlmo to the study of (lie treat*
uiout and euro of diseases wit tiio hissj-cclalt)-.
'VOirnrO' hmtbiw
Anil MIDDLB AUKD MRN, wlm are sntTerlnn frot
the effects of Youthful Indiscretions or Klcv-we*
In maturer years,Nihvui1* and I'iiybicai. Dmiilitv,
IxroTiKCK, Lost AlAXllooo, confusion of Ideas, |
dull eyes, aversion to society, dcs'iondoncy, -ilin-
jiles on tlie face, lew, uf ener--y and memory, frc
ijuem-y of urinating, oto.
HY HOSPITAL BXPERZENCU
(Having heen surgeon In chargo of two leiidini: I
liosiiitrtls) eimbttis mo to trnnt nil private troubles
with excellent n-sults. I wish It distinctly understood thnt I do not claim to perform Imposslhili-
tli-.i. or to have miraculous or supernatural power,
I claim only to ha n skillful nnd sitccessfiil I-liy-tl*
clan and Surgeon, thorouyhly informed In my
specialty—
DISEASES UF MAN.
All npplyiui* to   utu will recoivu my  honest ,
opinion of Ilioir comi>laint«-~No experimenting. I  !
will guarantee a positive euro In every i-nsnt undertake, or forfeit $1,000.   Consultation In -/Ik
or hy letter Fltr.e nud strictly private.   Charges ij
-■•animalilo.     Thorough   examination, im-luillng.-']
chemical rend mlcrnscoiikal analysis of urine, and \
advice, 16,00.   Office hours, 0 to.t daily, fl l»
evening.   Sunday, Oto 12 only.   Cull or ndilres
DR.   ALLEN,
20J4 Konntoy street, Snn Francisco, Cnl.
-»*■ Iti-iMi-iuhtT, tho Doctor linn n VniCTAtiLt 1
Coxi'ounu, thn result or ninny yenrs of special s
prai-tleii and haul study, which, under his speclnl <
advice, has never fulled ol success iu the enre of |
Lo» RIahiiooii, I't-osrAToiuim;*, eta.
THE GREAT EMLISII REMEDY
Isnnever-fnlllng
Curo for Nerv-
ouBDobllily.Kn-
tinustPil Vitality
of a ny k 1 n d,
Wenknrsfl, Par*
t.]ji\3, Prosta-
torrlioen.nml all
tho terribto ef-
frcti of y on th ful
foil!oi, and exee-ms lu nmti.rer years.
DK, MIJITIK will   tif-ree to   forfeit
FIto Hundred Dollars foraensoot
tbis kind Hit- Vital KlwtornllTC (under
his special ndrtco nnd treatment) will not
cure, 'tr for nnytliltiff impure or injurious
found in it. DK. MINTIK treats all Diseases    jucL'ossfutly  without    mercury.
Consultation fret!.   Thorough examination and ndvtee, $5'00. IMco-jf Vital
Restorative, $3-00 a bottle, or four ■
times lite quantity, $10-00; sent *.u nny
address upon receipt of prico, or 0 O. I),,
secure from observation, and in private |
name   11  duured, by A, K. MINTIK, ■■
H.D.
Thoso who cannot visit DB. MINTIK
Id San Francisco should send a full and
minute slittemenl ot their troubles with i
$25-00, and In return n full course of
Medicine will  be  forwarded,   socttrely |
pneked, so ns uot to excite curiosity.
All orders lor medicine 0. 0. P. must
be accompanied with $1.00 (ns a guiir*
nntee of good faith), which will ho deducted when the pnekage Is shipped.
RAMPLR BOTTLE FREE.-Sent  on
Application by letter stating symptoms, ]
sex and age.   Cow muni eat Ions strictly j
confidential. jnySl-ly
11 Kramer ilreel, Una Franelico, Cal.

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