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Array Provincial Seorolg
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
-18   FUDL1SDKD—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— HY —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department through T. R.
Pearson & Co's. Book & Stationery Store.
TEKltW-Tly litnll, $3 » year; $160 forR man.;
11 fur 3 inofl.; payable In Atlviuico. Uulivured
ty Oa ;rfor or Agent, $} iwr quartut*, jinynblo
quarterly to Currier nr Agent.
atTHF**?*^^'" "        l***^g^*^T***^"-1*'***^'*™	
AGENTS:
T. N. Hibben & Co. Victoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L, P. FISHER   Ailvt>rtl>ti»K Agent, 21 Hfrchnnt's
L.P.FISHER Artvort.      .-,-,,
Kurnitiign, Pun I1 rutirtact., iHitntlnirlaita tu n
Ailvt'rllnuniantu fur IhiiVpitner.
%m ftimlt Columbian.
Mtvnlay ManiliiK,  March 11. M«W.
The Cement-Another Phase.
" According to Mr. Baaven's report
for 1875 {vide sessional papers 1876)
Mwtrs, Knipple A Morris, the En-
gitieii-fl-in Chief fori the graving-dock,
obtairied; tlie sanction of Col. Paisley,
the Admiralty Engineer, for an article of cement tnaiiufactmcd by Gibbs
it Co. of London. ■ ColiMquently the
contract for,the supply of cemRiit for
the dock wits awarded to Unit firm.
On the 4th inst. the steamship W.
G, Elder landed on tlie wharf at
Victoria a quantity of . cement,
brought out at fearful «X|iPii«e to
the unfortunate taxpayers, because
conveyed in a hurry hy the most expensive methods. The Chief Com
niissioner and stuff, we are informed,
occupied the whole of the Sabbath
in ro shipping the article to fiscjui-
malt I But what will perhaps iliter-
cat the grunt body of, the taxpayers
more, this lust importatinn of cement
did not come from Gibbs ifc Co.'a
manufactory at all. Tho Imperial
grant in aid of the dock ($250,"0O),
is contingent upon the winds thing
being done to the ■*tisf»ction of the
Admiralty, and here we have almost
at the very thresholil a flagrant violation of a distinct iiiidelititndiiig
cuine to with the Admiralty upon u
vital, matter ! Mr. Walkem would
appear to be rapidly drifting from
bad to worse. As lias been stated
in previous articles, what ho solemnly assured the Legislature would not
cost the country a single dollar, now
bids fair to cost it $"250,"00, in cement alone, and fully as much more
in damages and Munderings. And
not only so, but things are in a fair
way for losing the Imperial contribution altogether—which would be
the menus of throwing another quarter of a million upon the already
bent buck of poor Columbia. Thus
would the Province be let in for
three-quarters of a million for a
work which was not to eost it a single dollar 1 Nor is there any certainty of the thing ending with that. It
is not quite certain that the dock
wilt ever be completed. At the present rate of blundering, the whole
resources of the country would be
inadequate to do it. But it is morally certain that if ever completed, tbe
drain upon our revenue will not
cease with completion. Every year
the estimate* will contain an i em
of uo. inconsiderable magnitude for
repairs and maintenance. Why, even
the paid organ of the Government is
found declaring that the dock is in
the wrong place and "will never be
a cent's worth of benefit" to the people of the Mainland, and yet it defends its masters in sinking the public revenue, federal subsidies and all,
upon the useless work 1 But dark
aud dreary as is the outlook presented in the foregoing, picture, there is
a still darker shade Lo it. The revenue swept awiiy for years to come,
there will be no money available for
education, or roads, or public works
of any kind. Small, Indeed, has
been the amount expended nn ropro-
dilutive public works or much need
ed roads and bridges for some years
past; but there is a prospect of none
at all! Men of the Mainland, what
think you of tbe outlook 1 What of
your representatives, who have blindly,* partajhiel]'/, in sbine instances cur-
ruptljt. sustained three men,' by
courtesy called Ministers, in drag
( gin£ this "glorious provii.ee" down to
[stii'li a wretched condition, and all
; because th'dse tricky politicians must
| have the dock out of which to make a
[rallying cry in order to retain their
l> Island following , You'will soon
ji have nn opportunity of giving your
j* answer through the ballot-box. Pre-
i. par* to give it like freemen who
"'know your duty and are determined
[ito do if!
Columbian.
VOLUME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882.
NUMBER 20
Scientific JHismlititi*.
Cotes of diphtheria are reported by a
medical authority to have resulted
from damp walls. The walls became
wot,-then mouldy, una clusters of
fungi soon appeared, when the children sleeping in the room were attacked
by diptheria.
A pri-se of about $1,000 is offered
by the Heale Iithuto Yeneto for the
best history of the "experimental
method" in Italy. The application of
this method to the physical sciences in
chiefly to he expounded. Memoirs
must be sent in before the end of
February, 1885.
A. Weill finds the decay of teeth to
be caused by the development of a
fungus. The acids of the mouth may
promote decay, but capno^give rise tn
it. He concludes further that diseases
of various parts of the body may be
clearly traced to excretions from the
mouth and teeth.
From observations of the ditnisinti
of sunlight by clouds, M. Uleniiindot
was induced to experiment with mineral wool, or spun slag, iu order to
ascertain its ellect upon the light of
the electric arc. He has found that
when the rays pass through this substance, seventy live or eighty per cent,
of the light lifetimes available foriilu-
miimtitiu; while thu ordinary processes
make useful nut mora than furty-tivo
ur tifty per cent.
Experimenting upon dugs, M. Seven
has found that coli'eu produces anteinia
of thu stomach and retard**, digestion.
Its habitual use must, therefore, lead
to dyspepsia. Continuing his experiments, M. Seven, has become convinced that sugar acta powerfully iu
Hiding digestion, and hu freuly prescribe!, its use iu cases of dyspepsia.
From these experiments he cu'.iws tlie
practical lessen that the infusion of
uull'ee shm-ild bd sufHoieutly sweetened
to stimulate thu secretory function,
aud thus itsiist digestion.
Among tho novelties of the Crystal
Palace Klectrical Exhibition in Loudon are electric till tell-talei, said to
be capable of recording the amounts
placed in the tills and to be so arranged
that they cannot falsify; a silk-tcsmig
machine, which records hy electrical
means the detects in a thread of silk
passed through it ut the rate of a mile
iu eight minutes; an electrical water-
level iudicatur, showing, at any distance and by means of u single wire,
fluctuations in tlie height of water iu
reservoirs, tanks, steam-boilers uud
tidal ways; and a system of time-keeping in which any number of clocks are
worked by one regulator, the whole
arrangement being electrically self-
acting, neither the regulator nor the
clocks requiring winding, setting or
adjusting.
Meteoric stones sometimes fall in
one or two musses, aud at other times
in a large number of fragments—thousands perhaps—which are scattered
over acres or even miles of territory,
while mi some occasions the fall takes
the form of shower* of tine dust, The
quantity of mineral mutter thus falling
is often very considerable. In loll a
shower of many hundred stones occurred in Croiua, one of the pieces weighing 200 pounds and another 120. On
the west coast ef Greenland were found
tho largest unbroken manses uu record,
and the largest specimen, weighing 25
tons, is now in the Royal Academy of
Stockholm. A well-founded estimate
places the number of aerolites which
r«*ach the earth annually at 5,000 at
least. It is probable that iu early
geological ages tho fall was much greater than now. It has continued year
after year through a vast lapse of time,
furnishing good grounds for the extending belief that the earth has derived material additions tu its substance from the accumulation of
meteoric mutter.
Transits of Yenus actoas the face of
the sun have been employed by astronomer* to determine the sun's distance
from the earth. These transits recur
at alternate intervals of 8 and V2\ and
8 ami 1051 yeai-fl. The transits of
1701, 170!) and 1874 wero observed
with great care from various parts of
the world. The transit, of 1874 especially was a matter of great interest
aud attention, as it was Imped that
the errors from previous observations
might be corrected. Observing parties wore sent out by many countries,
and improved means of investigation--
notably photography—)were employed.
Results have tint yet been (men in
full, but as nearly as can at- present bo
judged the distance of the sun is about
02,000,000 miles. The next transit of
Venus will occur Dec. (ith of the present year, und will bo tho lust for
nearly a century and a quarter. The
occurrence of this phenomenon will
form the astronomical event of the
year. Already observing expeditions
are being organized in various parts of
the world, ami localities for observing
stations are being selected. Bad weather interfered seriously in 1874, ami
stations will be chosen with special
reference to the probability of clear
weather.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN, London Market,
DF.4I.BR    IN
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SrBNCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for till! accommodation of tlie
Public, nml the proprietor will enilcavor
to ilescrvo a fiiir aliiiro of patronage.
The very beat of. Winks, Liquors ,aiul
Cioars will always bo kept. "''
C.    MORTON.
July 1, 1881. and
M. G. BOWMAN,
UVERY St, HACK STABlES
BROAD   STKEE'T
(Between Yates k View),
lIorses,(!iirrliigi's,Riig!rl(»s.VM'iigoii«
tu hire on reasonable terms.
tiW Particular attention paid to hoarding Horses. I
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with .Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, ■ jN,ntMl,000 Sterling
Risks accepted at Current Kates of
I'l-eminm by
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster,
SELLING OFF!
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
T1IK KNTlltK STOCK OK
Furniture,   Pictures,    Mouldings,
Wall Paper, and I mlrrtahnV
(ioods,
In the Store lately occupied by David
WUhrow,
Orders for Goods which are not on
haml will he filled from Victoria on short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, Now Westminster, or to
J,   SEHL,
Victoria, B. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St, New Westminster, B. 0.
SAW   1'II.I.VIi,   KlvV   IllllM..    Milk-
SMITH, II IIIIHV   (.11111 VII,
MIKSIIKS Ml.lltl'K.VKU,
SEWlNCx MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale,
Imlir-lla*Sleuilcil, timl (literal Bepalr-
Ing ill-ally (lour.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required hy a Sportsman. Hulks, Shot
Gush, Uhvom'EIw, and Fisinsti Tackle
for sale. d24y
A Ours mn Headache. —What physician has ever discovered a cure for
headache ? Echo answers none, lint
Burdock Blood Bitters, by their purifying, invigorating, nervine properties
anora a cure in nearly every caw. The
health-giving principle*! of this remedy
lire unequalled by any similar preparation
in the world.
tat' tlo to Jas. Ellard k Co. for the
Bilow Twilled Wrapper (Ioods anil chenp
rPress (ioods—"pU'iitlitl value. Call ami
f examine-,, I
Tits Swiuct op Beauty,—No cosmetic
iu the world pan impart beauty to a face
that is disfigured by unsightly blotches
arising from impure blnod. Burdoulf
Blood Bitters is the grand purifying
medicine for all humors of tho blood. It
makes good blood ami imparts the bloom
of health to the most sallow complexion.
1882.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
"Alwayi vSnod, nlw.iy.ii; I, nln-iiy*- Improv*
Itii;."—Cumins I'iunus Auanm, .Ih..
I'tlll'Dlt1." MtcmiNV, Iin* limit ]iu|>iilnr Mint,
tiiitii't -lurK-ilic'il in tliu wniM, bt-ifjiiii Hi Hilly*
toniMi v..limit* with tin* IH'i'i'Niln-T .NinnliiT. It
rfprt'H'iiti vvii.it u lityt in Ainurlcaii l|t*n*imiro
mi i Tl; iiii<l iin iiiiilii"! -ni'iv-.' hi *r*iii*l:,in| -
wlrnii* li In* uliun-l)' h lEu-nliufi'ii Inrcur limn tlmt
"doiy I'lufliKli ftlARSSinu .tf tin* fttiiioi'liin*—liiw
libnijilit. Into Mi iTv ca Iho liimt Plllllienl wiltura
nii'l iiriinto uf tlri'til lii'it'iin. Tliu liiHllcimil k
vi.liiiuiH fur 18W will in uvniy icaiiuct nuriuimt
Mu'ii' iiri-'ilivi'sitiii's,
UAKPEUVS   rEIUOIUCALS,
PER    YE.IK I
HAIU'KU'S MAUAZ1NK *t 00
llAltl'Kli'SWKHKI.V 4 0(1
 4 UU
 10 ro
 I 7 00
  1 60
  6 00
ll.Mtl'Klt'SHAZAH	
Tho tMJIHK 'nW jiniilienttot.il v
Aiiy TWO nlmYe imnittl	
m lii'HH'.i vouxti i'koi'm:....
IIAIII,KIL,f? UlfTAZINH      | I
IIAHI'KI'*!* YllUWl I'EOl'l.E   I
IIAKPEII'SntANKI.INMllIAHKl.limAltY,
Ono Ymr ifiJ .Numiidii) IU no
I'Mlnge Pi-fin to all -iit'«niln*r» In tlm I'nlttil
Slulei url'iiH.iilii.
TllO vnliinii'*. of the MAoaiNb liomil Willi tlio
N'niiitii'ii. fur .linn- nml Dimiiilier tti ouch yuir.
WIini mi tlinu Ih H-.ii-1-llh'il, It will lie IIII'lemtfHKl
Unit iho Hiilwrrllicr whlii* tn ln'clii nltli tin* tiui'-
rent lYtiml'Iiri
A t'..iii|tiii|.. S.'t  nt Ihiii'Lit"'! "tHiMi-ixt:, i-.iii-
(ili-llii; Iti YiiIiii  In licit rlnth III ml III a*, will hi
Hl'tlt   liy KXIllv-t, fri'icht lit rxpl'llii' at |»lltfti Iti"T,
on reci'tpl uf Ji i'i nor vuiiuna Btnglo vt-lmnei,
liy mull, unO|iiilil, SI OU. Oloth cruH, fni.liltul-
llilt, Ail cifiiti, hy mull, i)rwl|>nl<1
Tii'lcx. tn lUSMI'S MMittt*n:, Alt»IM»lIcsl,
tiinlvllriil.iin.l t'lm-ill.Hl, l,.r VhIhmim 1 In W,
llifliwl I', fiimi .lime. IS'iO, to Juiii*, ISSU, ni,a
¥ii|,, Bro, t'l.iiii, fl uu.
llniiiliiiiiivi Hliinilr) lit- inn.li* hy l'<i<t-tlinra
Miini-y Oniur nr Hi .at, to nyoltl «hm co of \pu,
Newn'xi|ieiit tin* lift tbotihj thin mlViTtliirnient
wltlmut Mm es'iiuiH order of unifier ti Hiiithein.
A Mn**       llAlll'llll * uuiM., N.iwYork.
FRONT STItpT.
W. B. TOWNSEND,
PHOPttlHTOR.
THK VERY BEM
BEEF, Jll'TTON,  '       I'OKK,
VEtlETABliKS, ii'.,
CONSTANTLY   OK i HAND.
Families, Hotels, ami Sliippiiij^ supplied on raisouablo terms.
Meat delivered tree of icharge in the
City.
■¥■■■%.,,
H3" Prices moderate. T *       —
Popular Market
COLUMBIA  STKEET WEST.
W. J.  FRENCH,
PnOPIUETOU.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, the larg-
\j   est and choicest iiasortineiit of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAMB, VEAL, TURKEYS, kc, in
SUllAOU,
Families, liestaurants, and Steainlioats
aiipplietl at the lowest prices and with
tho utmost care.
New Westminister, B. C. delO
ESTABLISHED 1S39.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
\oarl) Opposite tliu (oloiiliil Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHK LAROKST AND  CHOICEST
X    assortment of nil descriptions uf
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on linnd, nnd supplied to Families, lu'stuirants, und Steamboats at tlie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
MUSICAL iisTRUMTS
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Asssortincnt; from $2.~> to $(10,
—AT—
B.MJi\AI,L& CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
uliVKItXMEXT STREET,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
Pianoforte i&OmUN 'ri-xKuA Repaireu
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
this Court, marie in tliu matter of
tlie Mutate of Jons LVwiS, late of the
town of Yule, deceased, am) in a cause
between James Cami'hkm., plltliiiin; ami
FltAXK CliOTT)' llllll (lEOltOK SlTAUT, rii
(etirinnts, thu creditors of the Bold John
I.KWis are liy thelimelves, or their noliei
torn', on' or before the 17th day of April.
A. I). I882j tn tome in ami pfoVo their
tlel.ts at the ollhc of the Registrar of the
Supremo Court, -lumen Bay, Victm-in, or
in th-faiilt therooi they will be pcremn*
baity excluded from flic beitelitof the
aaid order,
Moniiav, the *J4th Bay 8f April, tit
11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the tiaid
CiiamlierH, is appointed for hearing nml
adjudiniting upon tlie claims.
Dated th" Illth day of Fehrunrv, A. 1).
1882,
J. C. PRKVOST,
Registrar.
DAVIMA POOLKY, PIniiitiff'aHoHuitors
felS
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
THK UNDKRSICNKD HAS FOR
Bale on reasonable terms n few half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls*, sired by the
Tlioitaiglibretl Ayrshire Dull
The tUnis being choice  dairy cows.
jell
A. S. VKPTIKR,
Sumoii.
ROYAL  CITY
Ml
BraABOOATftO,
I'imi:i.Y
YKURTAItLfl
«i iiigitiyro
n-fSr hi
W iioml-M
T!i;*hly rccommciitlcd
lUMouiini'Mt
  •Ai'lie,   <'0D*«
i i ;>n(l<m, Initial?*-
DIUlncM* lit iirlliurii,
Kreailu tm>a of Ap«
, ..'.uiiitllrp* loin of
'iiorc'i, IJvrr<'«ni*
. . ;,i:r fniill tll«?Htnilt-
viitevs. Thuy are esfe,
.:.-!.■.i...-tion. Frouiltoi
-:, -r. i»r.it «o\.
II
(I.IKITB9J
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PEE-
TARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESOIUPTIO.VS OF—
Rougn & Dressed Lufflber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Plaiilnir. Scroll-Sawing, Turn-
Ing, Shaping,
Ami all kimls of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER;    B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
J. K. PLEACE a CO.
IMPORTERS AJj'p DEALERS l*
HAR0WARE
STOVES,
B.ANGES,   &C, &C.
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWKST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLItKOOK'H STONi; III II1HM..
Htw IVcHlmlnater.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND OUT   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
T)OOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY.
J~) ilemiviiition nimle to order, aud re-
piiireil, from un
INFANT'S   SHOE
—Til   A—
MAOT'S    BOOT.
The highest CASH pi'iec pniil for HIDKS
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OrrosiTK thk Bank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Oi.u JJhoaii St. and l(i 1'ai,i, Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Mcrchau-
tllrtc, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Sliipf* in Tort, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins building and repairing, BarttOa ami other Ves-
kuVs on navigable rivers ami canal'*, ami
OooiIb on hoartl such Vessel*}, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR 0AMA0E RY FIRE.
Subscribed nnd Invested Capital,
£1,000,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on applicatlnn to
W. J. ARMSTliONe,
Ag«it for New W«tmin>.t<r.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
THE CIJL1WRY DEPMIKT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
lutB purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mils. Howison.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, aud
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
TEL3E1   BAR
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liqcors, Cigars, &c.
j. w. HOWISON,
Pro hu tToit.
Granville Hotel,
1   ■   ■
GRANVILLE,
BUKRAHD       INLET.
Newly Built nnd Xewly Furnished,
Large and Commodlouft.
ONE OF TNE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands au unbroken view  of  that
miumiticcnt sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
sins  of  noons  for  families.
&£" Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet aud pleasant resting placo.
Tho scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Proprietor.
0R0 RESTAURANT
I'llI.lMBit STKEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ESTABLISHED I860.)
THIS WKU, KNOWN AND MOST
ooiivoniimtl.v locutoil estnlilialimont,
liavhif. been piirclmsoil by tbe under-
simieil, will be eomketetl as a PIKST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
MitK. D.UiflKTT.
'■'■•:■•» ;»■:««
Board k bodgfife per Week SO 00
Board alone per Week  ft 00
Single Meals      fiO
.*m-Tho Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Bitot twice a day.
S.  W.  DAGGETT.
May 0,1881.
CITY   HOTEL
NEW   WESTMINSTER
(Next . Door to   Public   Library),
(01,1 MMA STREET.
mill' ONDEBSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
X to nnnnunce to tbe Pnblie tlmt silo
blm leased tile abovo Hotel, ami is pre-
paroil to funiisb to tbe travelling I'nblio
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—.IT-
REASONABLE   RATES.
Private Dining itooms for Utiles
nnd Families.
MRS. BON80N,
sens MASAilr.ii,
SUBSCRIBE
1710T1 THE lli'lllsli rolumWaii, jbc
'   NowHiaviei' on tbe Mainland ot Brit-
lull Columbia.   Only S3 a yoat.
Jot, Jitk;flf€ofi)jL
SECOND-HAND-
Engine & Boiler' for Sail
ENGINE ABOUT I2-HOR8E POW-
er.   "Will be sold cheap.
DkBECKBROS. k CO.,
de28-te New Westminster, B.C.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
The' sdbscribkb. has a kiln
of excellent bricks for Bale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. MoKAY.
New WcHtiuittater,      i
June 24, 1881,'. W
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, BJatsqui;
IN  WHOLE OR PART,
CONTAINING 'THREE HUNDRED
aeres Dyked Land, of winch 250 aiirei
could easily be put under crop for next
aeaaon,
WITH WHARF 80 FKET FROST, ud
AMPIK BARS AMU  OTHER
Bl'UDlKil    AtUOMMODATIdl.
Apply to
oc8
C. B. SWORD,
Riveraide.
FARM foiiSALE
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS tO&
Bale, .on the most liberal terms, a
Farm of 14(i acres situated on Boundary
Buy, about 8 miles from New'AVcatmin-
stcr, und intersected by the trunk wagon
road. '    ,'' fi
The principal part of the Farm is ricH
bottom land; twenty-five acres have been
cleared and partly feiieed. There are
two springs of excellent" water ou the
property. It is well .adopted ifor dairy
purposes.
For particulars, apply by letter, or
personally to
JOHN It. ROBINSON,
New "Westminster,
January .3rd, 1882.    ' '' jny4tc
FOR SALEJR LEASE.
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
J sale or lease fWO FARMS on
Lulu Island, viz.:
Section 15 and part of 10, Block S
North, Ranee 5 West,—containing 145
acres (partially cleared and dyked), and'
having a frontage of 7.1 chains on the
river; distance from New Westminster,'
8 miles. .■. |'
And part of Section I!), Block 5 Nortii,
Range "i West,— containing over '100'
acres, and having a frontage of about 35
chains ou the river, and a large slough on
tlie west end of tot; distance from NeW'
Westminster, 0 mile>,
Apply to
; WM. H. ROWtlNG,
nofl North Arm.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
,   SUITABLE FOR
'Cnurenai* T?arIor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Hu Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vex hu- •
maua, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet, toned
and in good order. Will bo sold for $150
cash, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply, to
T.Jl. PEARSON kCQ.-,  .
Stationers k Miisic Dealers,
fc4tc New Westminster.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
ACEBS
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
liberal Terms of Payment given U
Bona flde Settler-),
These Lands are of excellent quality,
id a large
the plough
008
ml i. large portion of them is ready for
; plough.
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOR SERVICE
during the season of 1882, on
the Farm of the undersigned, Chilliwhack, und at Langley, Laduer's Landing, and Maple Ridge.
OitKdDN Piiixck was foaled in Oregon:
will ■!« ft. yw-s old in May; is a dappled
gray; stands 17.-J hands high; weighs 10/5
lbs. at present, will weigh about 18801bs.
during season; is vory gentle, very fast
walker, gootl trotter, and a( powerful
horse in harness. He was siren by W.
Myer's imported Perchoron — "White
Prince." Orkhon Phisub won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and Is the largest horn
on the mainland of British Columbia.
TERMS—$10, 815, and $20. Parties
from a distance Bending mares will be
entitled to free pasturnge for one month.
R. STKVKNSON,
jnyHtc Chllliwhaok.
RrfrwlLLJAMSj
BOOK BINDER, PArER RULER,
ami Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
otc, neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. C. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Social	
Special,.
.. .Methodist Parsonage
 Union Services
Ihe British Columbian.
Hatiirdiiy Horning, March   11, lWt'i.
Tlie Result.
' The election is over and, ns will
be seen hy the returns which we
publish elsewhere, Mr. Homer has
beon elected by a majority of about
two to one. While the abstract
main rwiult is satisfactory enough,
the. reflection that, out of a total
voting power of 1,000, so few votes
were cast is far, vory far, from satisfactory. But it wns just as we
feared. Scores and scores of those
who would und should have voted
for Mx Homer stayed at home,
upon the dangerous plea that their
candidate was sure of election anyhow, and there was no necessity for
1 using a day when their votes were
not needed.     Indeed,  with  many
1 the opposition was looked upon as a
mere farce, and they could nob he
brought to regard it seriously.
Thus, acting upon ufeelingoffalse
security, very many of those on Mr.
Homer's side did not vote at all,
while every man who could by any
means   be   induced  to support his
.opponent went to the polls. Ou
that side there was no feeling of
security, and the consequence is
that they polled their full strength.
H*d the whole strength of the District been put forth the vote would
have stood something like 615 for
Homer and 150 for McLennan.
During the earlier part of the contest Mr. Wa]Item's local organ was
"on the fence." On the 25th of
February we punched him off his
roost. He came down, declaring
that "We find that our safest position is under the banner of one or
the other of the candidates," and so
be crawled under the "banner" of
Mr. McLennan, and inscribed upon
itthe words "The people's candidate."
Bead in the light of results, what
a pasquinade is that inscription!
"The people's Candida to" polls 150
of the 1,000 votes, and the rest are
for Mr. Homer! What an accurate
barometer, what a true index of popular opinion Mr, Walketn's organ is!
Well, the contest is over, and the
solid common-sense of the electorate
has triumphed. But it is to be
feared that, although "The people's
candidate" has failed at the ballot-
box, he has succeeded in practically
disfranchising this important District, in so far as the present session
is concerned.
Success or Failure?
. A little while before the present
session of the Legislature began, the
Standard semi-official I y declared that
tho DeCosmos mission to England
had proved a triumphant success as
would be seen when the returns
came before the House. When, in
opening the Legislature, the Lieutenant-Governor was made reluctantly
to claim as a result of that mission,
the proposed immediate construction
of that portion of the road between
Emory and the scabpard, people began to realize to what pitiable straits
Ministers must' have been driven.
The returns have been published,
and they fill over eight columns of tin-
organ, if tho editor read them he
ought to have accompanied their
publication with a full and unqualified retraction of his boast of two or
three weeks ago; for no candid person can read these papers without
fee ing and admitting tlmt failure is
written on their face. First of ull
the missionary lingered at Ottawa
till about the 20th of May, and no
one can como to any other conclusion
from perusing tbo correspondence
than that he met with very cavalier
treatment at the hands of Federal
Ministers. Just before starting out
for London, replying to Sir S, L.
Tilley, he wrote:—"Not having replied to the real object of my letter,
you will leave me no other course
open but to proceed to London,"—
and to London he did go. Let us
see how much better he fared there
Arrived in London, ho wrote to
Lord Kimberley on the 31st of May,
Graving a personal interview, wliich
interview took place on tho 14th of
June—two whole weeks waiting for
an interview! How the great "nation-maker" must have chafed. During that interview Lord Kimberley
read to him the Canadian Order-in-
Gouncil on the subject. Returning
to hie lodgings considerably crestfallen, tho missionary penned a letter to his lordship, asking that he
might bo supplied with a copy of
tho Order-in-Council, und, ut the
same time taking occasion to assure
his lordship that "no settlement can
" be final and satisfactory to the
"province unless it shall include
" provisions for the immediate cotn-
" menoemeiit and active prosecution
V of railway work on the section of
" the Canadian Pacific Railway be-
" tween Esquimalt and Nanaimo,"
tfeo., and he went on to inform him
that the petition of which he (De-
Cosmos) was tho bearer was passed
in the Legislature by a majority of
twenty to a minority of four, and
" that the majority of the Legislative
" Assembly represented the entire
" civilized population of the province,
" embracing almost the whole wealth
"aud industry of the country!"
Pretty rough this on the Yalo District, we should say. Having obtained from Lord Kimberley a copy of
tlie Order-in-Council, the missionary,
ou tho 28th July—an interval of
nearly six weeks—penned his manifesto in whicli he lays down the
only basis of settlement, comprising
[inter alia) the immediate construction of the "Esquinmlt-Nanaimo section of the Canadian Pacific Pail-
way"; the extension of tlie line on
the Mainland to English Buy, and
thu establishment of un efficient railway ferry between English Hay and
Nanaimo—"the extension and ferry
to be completed aud put in operation
by the 1st July, 1885." On the
25th August, Lord Kimberley's Secretary communicated to Mr. Di-Cos-
mos a copy of the despatch which
his lordship was about to transmit
to the Governor-General of Canada,
conveying his conplufiipiis in tho premises. The gist of that dispatch has
already bean published ; but there is
one item in it which may here bu
noted, as showing, if possible, more
clearly, how utterly ridiculous and
impertinent it was to claim, as one
of the results of the mission, the pre
sent letting of the section of the railway between Emory and the sea :—•
"I have the honor to acquaint you
" that Sir John A. Macdonald—
" whom, of course, I have consulted
" fully and repeatedly—has informed
" me as follows:—'That it is the in-
" tention of the Dominion Govern
" ment to complete without delay
" those portions of the Pacific Rail
" way, including the line to Port
" Moody, which the Dominion gov-
" eminent has engaged to construct
"and to hand over to the Syndicate,
" and that directions were some tittle
" atJO given for the final location sur-
" vet/ of the line to Port Moody; and
" that this survey is now in progress,
" and will, it is understood, be finish-
" cd in time to be submitted, with the
" estimate of cost, to the Dominion
"Parliament at its next session,1"
Comment in unnecessary. In conclusion, it only remains to show from
his own letter that Mr. DeCosmos
fully realized that his mission was
failure. Having received a copy of
Lord Kimberley's conclusions, and
having also received it copy of Sir
John Macdonald's subsequent communication to Lord Kimberley, Mr.
DeCosmos, when about to turn his
back on the Colonial Otlice, in writing to tlie Under-Secretary, gives
vent to his despondent feelings in
tho following passages :—"I cannot
" withhold the expression of my
" opinion that thelftter of Sir John
" A. Macdonald of Aug. 31st, does
" not seem ns favorable to carrying
"His Lordship's conclusions into
" effect us 1 had hoped, * * *
"Under these circumstances, it ia
" impossible for me to view the state-
" ment nf Sir John A. Macdonald in
" any other than an unfavorable
"light." Is that the language of
conscious success, or failure? It is
proposed to show from theso published returns that tbe mission did
more than fail—that it has resulted
in actual injury to the cause it had
primarily in view ; but the present
article has already exceeded ordinary
bounds, so that we must leave for
another occasion the still more dolorous feature of this last and most
unjustifiable mission to Loudon.
No 1.—Seeds! Seeds! A largo ond
varied stock of fresh seeds, imported
from the principal aud most reliable
growers, at Herring's Drug Store.
No 2.—Flower Seeds—the finest assortment in' the Pcovin c. Forwarded
to any part of B. C, postage paid. Address Herring, Druggist, N. W.
Wo. 3.—Seeds! Call nnd see our flue
stock Agricultural Seed3 and note our
prices before purchasing elsewhere. Herring, Druggist, City Drug Store, N. W.
No. 4.— Bluestone for farmers' use, in
1,000, 500, and 100-lb. lots, at 7, 8 and
10 cents per lb. Address A. M, Herring,
Druggist, N. W. mlil-2m
SOCIAL!
A
SOCIAL WILL BE GIVEN AT
the Methodist   Parsonage, Mary
Wednesday Evening,
MARCH 15,
Commencing at half-past 7 o'clock.
There will bo Readings, Recitations,
Music, Refreshment**, and exhibitions on
tlio Piano-Kaleidoscope. A collection
will be taken up during the evening.
The public are invited. mhl 1
MU. .IUDKIN HAS ARRIVED
with his Floating Gallery at New
Westminster, where he will remain a
short time, and ull those who want a
good picture now is your time to get it.
All nre invited to call and examine his
work. Just ns good work done in cloudy
weather as when clear. Sit' Remember,
our stay is short.
mh8 D. R. JUDKIN.
Electors of Now Westminster, what
think ynu of your representatives now?
They voted for the DeCosmos mission
to England for the express purpose of
having the Island railway built as "a
section of the Canadian Paoiiio Railway" and robbing us nf our terminus!
No matter how absurd and impracticable the schema, tliat is what he
went for, and your representatives
sent him there ou that business at your
expense. The mission has failed, ig-
noiuiniously failed, as we predicted it
would; but no thanks to your representatives for that. They did all in
their power to promote a scheme diametrically opposed to your best interests, and that worse than foolish
mission has cost thousands of dollars
which ought to have been expended
on necessary roods and bridges nnd
schools.
s**L&fi$Si
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
N
TOTICE    IS    HEREBY   GIVEN
that the Channel of the Fraser
River Siindhends has shoaled on an average from 2 to 3 feet since October last.
The least water found in the Channel
is 10 feet ut low water, inid-cliiimicl, u
little below No. 4 buoy. Iu entering the
channel, steer to pass the buoys at a distance of £-cable, and when abreast of
No. li steer for small buoy (howitzer) and
pass close to it; then mid-channel between
No. 7 and the snag, and Wo. $ and small
nun buoy; thence to mouth of the river,
passing the buoys at a distance of half-u-
cable.
F. REVELY,
Agent Murine k Fisheries.
Victoria, B. C, 6th March, 18S2.   mh8-3
TENDERS" WANTED.
rpENDERS FOR THE FOLLOWING
JL Supplies to the Royal Columbian
Hospital, for one year from tlie uth day
of April, 1S82, will be received by the
Hon. Sec. up to noon of the 4th April,
1882.
Syrup, Golden per gallon.
Milk  " "
CoalOil  " '„■
Rice, No. 1 China  " lb.
Coffee, No. 1  "
Tea, Conqou  " "
Sugar, Nos. 1 &2  "
Oatmeal, Provincial  " "
Butter,  Fresh  " "
Pearl Barley   " "
Lard   " "
Soap, Blue Mottled    " "
Soup, English Yellow... " "
Bread, White  " "
Beef, Fresh   " "
Mutton, Fresh  " "
EgriSj Fresh   " doz.
Alder Wood, Dry  " cord.
Pine Wood, '"Live"   " "
Flour, Imperial  " sack.
All tenders must be left with the Hon.
Sec, endorsed as above, accompanied by
sumples.
All goods supplied must be of the best
quality and delivered at the Hospital free
of expense, in such quantities us may
from time to time be required.
Each contractor will be required to
furnish bonds, himself nnd one surety for
§100, for the due fullihneut of contract,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Sec.
N. W., March 0, 1882. mhS
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE
_L that from and after this date I will
not bo responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Isabella Magee, she having left my bed and board without just
cause.
Dated 21st Feb., 1882.
HUGH MAGEE,-
North Arm, Fraser River. fe22
MAINLAND
Caledonian Society!
A SPECIAL MEETING FOE UR-
genfe lmsincsB will be he'd nt tho
Colonial Hotel, in this City, on Monday
the 27th inst., nt 7 p. m. sharp.
J. A. MACDONALD,
Secretary.
Now West., March 3, 1882. mill
BOOTS and SHOES
PROM
HEATHOBFS
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   FRICES.
R: THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia st., New Westminster.
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
TlEGS  TO INFORM HIS NUMER-
)   cms patrons that he bus removed
his Business to
Holbrookes Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will be found, us usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES;
PROVISIONS,
And a fine Hue of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Guilds &c.« &c„
Which will be sold at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their past
liberal patronage and hopea for a eon
timtauccof the same. mhl
CITY LOTS
Hi.A.:Kr:D &
FOR   SALE.
1862. 1882.
H. W. HUGHES,
Newspaper k Book Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
A-O-K-N-T   TOE
Toronto Weekly Mull $1 00
T'lrmilo Wecklv (llulm 1 00
Montreal Hori.ltl ft Wceltlv Star 1 00
Mi.nlmil WM'kly Wilii<*.«.  1 10
Now Yrnk Weekly Wltneie " "
Hrlciitlfic Anifti'lniii  u to
SnilliNli AiiiH'Iniii.liiimiHl -1 00
N. V. Ilernlil, World. 6 kc 1 10
Sati Prnnclaco ItulUtln     2 W
Hiir|>tT'i< Mnciizltic mul WieH'y. eitcli 4 (W
Gt'tlfy'u  |,ntlli-V Hook  'J 00
Snti Krone *<:<> Weekly Call 1 'At
Prank LHIt-'s I'lilillciitiinin ot I'iiIiIWici'i. I'vlm,
(ton. Onrtl»l<l'« Life $il to) tu fa Ml
UitMu-i Life a 00
And nny oihor pnnere or MngiU'tliofl of InijiortiwCH
in Oatifttlfl er in Un? United SUtef. TJ>a IlilllPtlll
Ri'lidtt PR**** a lut nf nei'il* and pliintu, vIkIUIi* nt I lie
M.-cliuiiic-'H liiHtltuie. 'Ilia nliovo nre nil ■ iTereil at
tlio tfiune pii-M's dmrRi'd hy piihltohm, mi the
sooneryou upjilv tlie rmmicr tlie paper trill arrive,
Adilri'im, at nnce,
1IKNHYW. HUflHBS. Ago nt,
mhl Nuw We-umlnntcr, II. C.
*$- ArodI for Betuty'B Pianos nud Orgnne.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I intend to apply to the
Licensing Court, at ita next sitting, for a
License to sell apirituous and fermented
Liquors liy rotail on the premises about
to ue erected on the south-east corner of
Columbia and Mary streets, and to
be known and designated aa the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
L. GOLD.
Now Westminster,
February, '28, 1882. mhl
UOTIOB.
T INTEND   AT   THE  NEXT SIT-
li   ting ot tho Licensing Court hold for
tliu City of Now Westminster to apply
for a License to sell Liquors by retail at
tbo Eagle Hotel, Front street, Now
Wostiniuskr.
mhl HENRY V. EDMONDS.
rpHE   FOLLOWING    DES.CRIBED
I.    Valuable Property in the City and
District of New Westminster:—
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 and 8, block 17, corner of Merre-
valo iMd Columbia streets, There is n
good House on these lots and a Garden
very lately laid out and in good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot 0, block 18, on Columbia Btreet.
An excellent House; good tenant; aud in
thorough repair.
LOT  THREE.
Lots fl and fl, block 17, on Mcrrevale
street. The best site in the city for a
residence; thoroughly eleured; well
fenced; an excellent Orchard iu full
bearing, and a fine spring of the very
best water.
In llic District:
LOT FOUR.
On False Creek truil—known us the
Hazelwood Estate—300 acres. The -raid
pusses through a portion of it, and at nn
outlay of ono hundred dollars 100 to 200
acres may bo brought into cultivation
this year. Thero is u small House on
this lot, situated half way between this
city and Granville.
LOT FIVE.
On the Burrard Inlet road—joins Mr.
Nicholson's lot; covered with magnificent
timber; distance from this eity only three
miles; 100 acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. 0, block fl N\, H. 1 West, nearly
opposite Doughs isluud, cm tbe left bank
of tho Fraser river—100 acres.
LOT   SEVEN.
Lot77i group 1—head of Uurnnby lake;
very good land; 100 acres.
LOT   EIGHT.
Lot 82—west of small lake, Inlet road
100 acres very superior land.
LOT  NINE.
Lot 107—right bank North Arm—third
lot from the city; 100 acres,
LOT TEN.
Sections 20, 30, and 32-480 acres; £■
mile from Boundary Bay; fine timber
and fine situation for a logging camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section Ufl, Township 3.
LOT TWELVE.
.Tec. 20, block 14 North, Range fl
West.
Any of the abovo property will bo sold
cheap and on easy terms. For particulars apply to the owner,
JAMES MORRISON,
,1826-1111       Columbia-st., New West.
ZDZRIECT
IMPORTERS
To All Whom it May
Concern:
R. W. I). & Co.. of
Columbia Street, New Westminster, bng leave to inform
the public generally of the
following facts:
Tlmt they do not intend
adopting nny fancy name lor
their place uf Business;
That the name of the Firm
is known throughout the
Province, as the cheapest on
the Mainland;
That this fact alone secures
them a gojd trade ;
That they intend it shall
always retain this reputation ;
That they do not claim to
be the largest House on the
Mainland ;
Thai the largest Houses
dp not always do the most
business ;
That R. W. D. & CO.
employ more bauds than any
other House of Business in
the City;
That although this is the
dull season of the year their
Dress making and Tailoring
Departments are working to
their utmost capacity. The
reason for this is not hard to
find—wc give good material,
the best work, at bottom
prices.
If you want good Dry
Goods, at low prices,
gotoH.W. Deane & Co.
If  you want  Men's and
Boy's   Clothing,
cheap, go to R. W. Deane
&Co.
if you v ant Furnishing
Goods, at bottom prices, go to R. W. Deane
& Co.
If you want a Good Suit,
made in style, go to R.
W. Deane '& Co.
if you want Dress-mak-
ing, i'1 the latest styles,
go to 11. W. Deane & Co.
If you want a good Sewing
Machine (best made),
gotolUV.Deane&Co.,
Agents.
If you want your life insured, at low rates, go
to H. W. Deane & Co.,
Agents.
If you want your Goods
' auctioned, at small
commission, go to R. W
Deanc& Co., Auctioneers.
If you want Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Win-
dows, Doors,
Rope, Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, Powder, Shot,
&c, &c —anything—go
to R. W Deane & Co.
If we have not ■ got it
ourselves, we will purchase it for you.
Don't forget the address,
R.W. DEANE & CO.
COLUMBIA ST.,
New   Westminster,    B.   C.
N.B.—Our "Ladies'Journal," full of interesting news,
and the latest fashions, for
month of February, is now
ready for free distribution.
R. W. D. & Co.
llllR
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
VIILI8ALI
-DEALERS  IN—
GROCERIES
-A.WI*-
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STRF.ET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in the above
Lines anil by •
REGENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We are prepared to lill orders to the
Trade iu the following Goods;
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
LARD,
1861  1882.
TUB
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
BENERAL MERCHANDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to the front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
New »'at., Feb. S, lSSH.       fill
BACON,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Oantllcs, Rice. Srrnp. Cliecse,
DrI..' ''"'liis, ('tin net] Goods.
Vinegar. Bilking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BANS,
BR OMS,
WRAPPING TAPER,
P, PER BAGS,
And all other Goods in tlio Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to the undornoted Goods, on
whicli the most LIBKKAL INDUCEMENTS will he offered to the
Trade, as wo are
SOLE
Agents for BritisnColumDia
Boon ,\s com Biiixf.piip:«
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
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BIRTH.	
Intliiicll.v, i.n tln< Mil iiiitii  tliuwlfo or Mi*.
P. 0. Hlllniluux, .if Kiiiuiy C ly, ol .. duiitjliter.
Dr. Welsh returned hint evening,
and cim bo found at his old quarters
at Ui« Occident.
Another act, the Bill* nf Salo Act,
has been, declared by the Supreme
Court to lie ultra vires.
Mr.' J. Y. Creighton has rni|pied
his position in the C. P. R. service und
marriid a .-Wife at Seattle.
Hwity.iJo.nB*. latiative of the United
States, aged 35, died at the Royal
Columbian Hospital on Thursday.
Up tn the end of the year the work
done on the Emory-Savon a section of
the railway amounted to 81,804,814.
On Wednesday the local organ said:
"The boys are mad with enthusiasm
for McLennan." They aro calmer new.
The dock committee got through with
the Chief -Commissioner, on Wednesday, and commenced with the Engineer on Thursday.
Mr. H. Elliott received by last
steamer a very tine span of horses.
They stand seventeen hands high, and
are.valued at 9500.       ■ .* *   -
In this city the "people's candidate," with Walkem1* organ "sheltered
under his banner," polled one vote to
Mr, Homer's three!
The name of the Hon. Mr. Bowel],
Minister of Custom*, is mentioned as
the probable successor to Governor
Couchon of Manitoba.
By reference to our advertising
columns it will be seen that asocial will
be hold at the Methodist Parsonage on
Wednesday evening next.
Toronto has opened her first coffeehouse, The Lieutenant-Governor, the
Archbishop, tho Mayor, and other
prominent gentlemen wore present at
the opening aud made speeches.
The steamer Enterprise, dipt. Gardiner, did not arrive from Victoria till
(I o'clock last evening. If the Enterprise cannot do better than tliat, she
should seek other employment.
Herbert Spencer's long meditated
journey to America is now do finitely
fixed. He sails in August next rind
imeufls to be absent, three months.
He visits Canada, and also, possibly,
Oalifdi-nift,
The Rev. Mr. Robson will conduct
union services in St. Andrews Church
at U a. m. to-morrow, and in the
Methodist Church at 7 p. in.
So confident did our contemporary
feel nf Mr. McLcmnan's election that
. came down from the "fence" and
..ought "shelter under his banner.''
But he polled only a trifle over one-
eighth of tho veto of the District!
Sir John Macdonald has intimated
ihat,'in connection with tho Hill for
the redistribution of seats, ho liiny introduce a Bill to render uniform in all
the Provinces tho franchise for electing members of the House of Commons.
The closing of liipior house*, nn
polling day wns faithfully carried out
in this city on Thursday. The liquor
•dealers attended the temperance linjet-
iu-r in the evening, voting iu favor of
the .resolutions for restriction and
Sabbath closing like men. Some of
them signed thu petitions at the close
of the meeting.
Uhios-Ssbhvioek. —The Presbyterian
and .Mulhodint cnngrcj>ations of this
city Will worship together to-morrow,
at. 11 a. m. in tbe Presbyterian and at
• 7 p. m. in the Methodist Church.   *
Hudson Bay.—Mr. Bonnerman,
M. P., visited Hudson Bay last year,
in the immediate interest of tho projected Winnipeg and Hudson Hay
Railway. He is moving in Parliament with a view to having a revenue
cutt.tr stationed there for the purpose
of checking a crowing ilicit trade. It
is stated that a fleet of twenty whaling
vessels are wintering at Marble Island.
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Thb Last Rites.— The funeral of
tho late Mrs. Morrison took place on
Wednesday Mid was very numer-uisly
attended. The cortege formed at the
residence of Sherift'M'irristiti, and, proceeding to Sappertnn, service was held
at St." Mary's Church, conducted by
tho Bishop of New Westminster. Proceeding thence to the cemetery, prayers
were read by His Lordship at tho
grave. Following were tho pall bearers:—J. W, Harvey, J. A. Webstar,
J. C. Hughes, C. G. Major, Henry
Elliott, and J. C. Aniiitpnig,
Cablegram from the Queen.
The Mayor of Victoria received the
following:
I-ovDoy- -March 8.
To TttH Mayor of Victoria, B. 0.
Your message laid before tho Queen.
Her Majesty thanks the inhabitants
of Victoria for their expressions of
congratulation. Kimderlby.
Mr.   Speaker  Williams received a
similar dispatch.   . tjln  ',  . \
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Returns rromtt»cTolls.
Homer.       McLennan.
N. W. City,
101
34
Brmvnville,
35
ill
Granville,
31
37
Chilliwlmck,
28
i)
Matsqui,
3
(i
North Arm,
24
0
Mud Hay,
15
■ 7
Smith Arm,
21 .
13
MiqilB Hiilge,
21
0
Sllllliis,
1)
2
tingley,
18
25
300
103
Majority for
llniiier—138,
A Grkat Man Dies.—On the 10th
K ult. Dr.n'E, Ryerson died, at the ripe
■.age of 7Qi, .He was amongst Canada's
W ablest nie/n!..»nd for Ul^ycnrs most ably
■land ■uceessfuHy discharged tho duties
I' of Chief Superintendent of Education.
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Explosion at Yai.b,—On Wednes-
J. day, Hu-jh Craig went into the inuga-
--tyzine at No. 10 tunnel, in whicli were
.8 cases of giant powder and 14 kegs of
| black powder. Thoy exploded, killing
i Craigi and injuring several persons iu
j. the vicinity.
Rails in Transitu.—Replying tn
> Mr. DeCoemos, in the House of Cum*
[jmons, Sir Charles. Tuppur said:—"At
j! Emory there are 5,077 tons of rails,
' and 1,400 tons are ou their way to
I that place; no rails are on their way
; to Port Moody."
) i—*-*•-—	
|! The Navigation.--There was some
prospect of the Reliance going up to
Yale to-day, but upon hearing that the
water is at a vory low stage—U feet
lower than when the steamers" quit
running last fall—the Manager concluded . that it would be quite useless
to attempt it.
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A Coldness in High Places.--The
I New York World of the 10th ult. says:—
I' *'The great subject of discussion is the
J; attitude Gladstone has adopted towards
■I the Queen.   His conduct of late has
^passed the bounds of decency.    It is
Ifcustomary on the Queen's arrival in
^London for the Prime Minister to wait
■upon her.   On Thursday when Her
(Majesty arrived at Buckingham Palaco
Gladstone did not put in an appearance,
I nit it was announced that he was in-
Idisposed.   Tlio same night he attended
|>he House of Quinnions, and made a
llong speech.    On Friday tiie Queen
[jlield a drawing-room, but the principal
Ministers   stayed    away.     The   day
(passed over without a visit from Glad-
Intone,   and the Queen left   London
without having seen hiin.   Tlie corros-
L 'ondent attributes these occurrences to
J.ho article in the Court oiyan referring
I'.o tho great axiety of the Queuu about
■die present state of public affairs, and
■intimating that  she   has boen oom-
Tielled. to   submit to.more  than one
f ll(Hgn'ty at the hat.da.of the Ministers."
A Constitutional Point,
In moving, in the House of Commons, for a copy of the MiVhitpba
Government's coin mission of enquiry
into Chief Justice Wood'n mode of
discharging his duties, the Hon. Mr.
Blake took the ground that white tho
Provincial Government might on qui re
into the working of their own law's
respecting tho iidmiiiisinitiiin of justice, they had no right to oihjjiiro into
the conduct, of judges, who could only
be tiealt with by the Dominion Parliament, Sir .lohn Macdonald accepted thi* view, and declared that suoh
commissions wore entirely illegal ami
iinconstitutitniiil. Mr. Walkem had
better nmke a unto >.f this.
Progress.
By the ship Princess Royal, our enterprising   townsman,    Mr.    Waiter
Blaokie, received from tho Old Coun-
j try an eight horse power ^leiuu engine,
j together   with sundry pieces of  itn-
I proVe'd   innohthorv, amongut   them
1 hydraulic shears and hydraulic punching flp|i(iratuV.     Tliesn two machines
I aro marvels of simplicity and power.
Little larger than an ordinary family
coffee-mill, the Bhenrs will clip through
an inch and a half of solid cold iron
with apparently aB much-ease;as if it
were a piece of ci'fit-n cheese, while the
punch will perfonito inch  iron with
equal ease and without in tho slightest
degree    distorting   the   piece.     Mr.
Bt-icltie is Betting bin establishment, in
order   for   the   approaching   railway
"boiiin.''
Patent DftcluT.
Mr. Sc*(t, manager of the "Wilutm
Farm,'' on Lulu Island hns, invented
and constructed a ditching maohino
which links as though it might do
big work. It, is calculated to cut a
porfecf ditch as it passes along, 2i feet
due; !■> fret wide at top, and ij foot
at   bin carefully   doposil ing the
soil aloii., . luargiii, thu*) forming a
mini.tturedyU. It is intended in the
lirst. instance, t<> work the machine by
means of a capstan, and it is expected
that half a mile of ditch a day can be
made; but ultimately it will lie worked
by moans of a traction engine, when
several miles a day can be accomplished. Should tins machine realize the
expectations of its projector, it will
revolutionise farming ou thu delta
lands, thorough drainage being ihe
grc.it desideratum.
The Pciiltcullar).
Tho official report on the B, C.
Penitentiary for the year ending 30th
June, 1881, does not possess any features of special'interest. Tho Warden complains about officers' quarters,
and most justly so. Both Chaplains
complain about the uncomfortable condition of the chapels during the cold
weather, and tha Surgeon points out
the necessity for having hospital accommodation separate from the penitentiary buildiugs. He also complains
of ventilation and heating. . In the
Inspector's (Mr. Moylaq's) report on
the B. C. Penitentiary, the. following
occurs:—"The Warden repVrts that
"the school is not satisfactorily cou-
"ducted; but where or with whom any
"fault or failure rests he does not say.'1
Now, we have looked carefully through
the Warden's report, and can iind no
reference to the school, good, bad, or
indifferent in it, nor do we find in any
of the reports the slightest ground for
such a statement. Thoro were, on the
30th Juno, 43 convicts. Thero were
22 admitted and 12 discharged during
the year. Tho total value of convict
labor during the year is estimated at
84,700.02.
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bi-uli-ea, callous lumps, soreness, pain,
inflammation and all painful diseases;
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Destructive Fire—LnmcHtaulc
Results.
On Wednesday oveping, Jas. Mackie
EBq.,J. P., of Langley, had his barn
nnd contents, including threo cattle,
farming implements, harness, &c, *&c.,
destroyed by fire; but, what is infinitely
more deplorable, bo himself, sustained
grevioua bodily injury in a manly and
daring attempt to rescue the poor
cuttle. Ho did succeed in getting the
burses, and all the cattle cxccplingthrce
out, but in doing so he appears hi have
narrowly escaped with his own life.
Ou Thursday a special messehgot' was
dispatched to this Citv fur mudienl aid.
So far as we havo boon able to learn,
ntie of Mr. Maukiii's shoulders is badly
hurt, but tho must sorioiiB injury is in
tho upper part of Ihe face, and eyes,
which are severely burned. The full
extent of the injury it wns impossible
to ascertain, as the eyes were completely closed from the swelling of the
burned parts, It is still hoped that
these injuries may not prove to be
permnnaut, much less fatal. Mr, Mac-
kie's father, a very aged gentleman,
in trying to second the efforts of his
son, was also burned about tho face,
but we are led to understand that his
injurious are not of a serious character.
The accident occurred in this way:
After dark a littlo boy, a sou of Mr.
Mackie s, stored about eight years, was
sent out to tho barn, only a few paces
from the house, for some dry wood
frith which to kindle the fire in the
morning. Finding it too dark, tho
little follow struck a mutch and lit a
wiBp of straw to see by. Quick as a
Hash tho bla/.e communicated with the
dry straw and hay. In alarm, the
Ud ran in and apprised his father of
the situation. The father and grandfather rushed out; only to see the
whole property already enveloped in
flames. They struggled manfully to
save tho live stock, with the results
already detailed.
Meeting at the Kink.
The tampon nee meeting at tho
Rink on Thursday evening was more
than a "mass" meeting. It was a
•minister meeting. Tho spacious hall
waa literally packed, and amongst the
imiiieiiSiie audience were our most influential citizens. Mayor Mutinies
having been called away professionally,
James Cunningham, Esq., was unanimously voted to the chair.
Tho Rev. Mr. Robson statod that he
had received a letter from Rev. Father
Horris, regretting that he could not be
present, and also that tlm Rev. Mr.
Jainisson was prevented by severe illness from taking part iu thu proceedings.
His Lordship the Bishop of New
Westminster moved the lirst resolution, which was as follows:—
"Tlmt this meeting hwirliiy endorses
the petition presumed to the Licensing
Court at its last sitting, praying that
110 additional licenses blight he issued,
That it gratefully acknowledges the
action of the Court on thai, occasion,
and trusts that the policy then inaugurated will he adhered to it thu next
ensuing and subsequent meetings ot
that Court."
tlis LurtUhip delivered a very cam
est and able speech, whicli elicited
much applause, lie first of all alluded
in humorous and scathing terms to tho
writer of i.n anonymous oiuniinuiiua-
tion iu a local newspaper, signing him-
sslf "Citixen," the writer having undertaken—most indiscrqotly, as the sequel
proved—to lecture "parsons" oil thou*
proper positipj) and duties. Il is Imped
"Citizen jvsfl tiioro to hufir'thb successive rounds of ctuhu-iastio up
plauso with which th* well merited
and most ably administered castigation
was greeted by iliabimiiieiiaoaudiouoe.
tliu Lordship then wont nn to show
that, it was not only thu undoubted
r.ght, but the satire'*,! duty qf Iho
clergy to thro-.v their iiiHuence into
tho scale of restriction and limitation
of a tra-iic which was a grsatcr barrier than all others to moral ami
religious progress, and he most ullec-
tually expo-od the objections [htuio by
some of thine in tha trade to thu
action of the ch-rgy of this city.
Thoy had been accused of coercing
and dictating to the Magistrates,
whereas they had only endeavored to
streiigtheu their hands iu the discharge
of au onerous and trying duty.
The mutation was seconded hy Mr.
Major, iu a few appropriate reunq'ks,
anil was uuituimouKly adopted.
Thu second resolution was moved
liy the Rov. Air. Robson, and was as
follow**.:—
"Resolced, That this meeting fully
approves of tho movement now being
made undor the auspices of the British
Columbia Alliance for the closing of
all saloons, and other places where intoxicating liquors nre sold, on .Sunday;
and we would ask the members of the
local legislature to give the petition's,
shortly to bu presented tu the House
on this subject, their favorable consideration and support, believing that
by so doing they will aid in promoting
the material, social, and moral welfare of the country for which they
legislate."
Tho mover spoke at considerable
length and with much earnestness and
force, depicting the errible evils of
the liquor traffic and pointing out the
dangers which threatened tins community unless proper restrictions were
placed upon it. He gave copious statistics and cited the ezpuriouce of
other countries, making a strong p!en
for Sunday closing and against tiie
proposition to - place the licensing
power in the hands of the Municipal
bodies. His address was frequently
greeted with enthusiastic applause,
Tho resolution was socondod by Mr.
J, 0. Brown, in a fow practical and
well-chosen remarks, aud was passed
unanimously.
The very interesting proceedings
wore brought tu a conclusion shortly
after 10 o'clock by a vote of thanks to
tho Chairman, moved by the Bishop
of Now Westminster, and the singing
of the National Anthem by tho whole
assembly. j
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BY   TELEGRAPH!
SPECIAL DESPATCHES TO THE COLUMBIAN.
Yalic, March 10.—Justice Pearson
has been occupied since Wednesday in
trying the illegal whisky selling cases.
Yesterday Mrs. Corcoran was fined
§150 and costs and in addition $30,
the amount due for license. Sho came
out and paid it like a, man. Charles
Bartlett further remanded for sentence.
Sinn Gray fought his c;iso all day yesterday, but ho was eventually found
guilty and fined the full penalty of
§£60 dollars, costs ($.J>!).7i> and 30 dol-
lars, amount due for license, in default
of payment three months impi-inon-
ruenfe. Tho charge was withdrawn
ugivinat Ash. Calders" case is now being tried. , So far tho fines imposed in
all the cases amount to §800 of which
half goes to Iho informer. The remains
of Craig, killed at tunnel No. 10 wore
bmiight into town to-day for interment. Tho men injured in the explosion and Alex Cameron are progressing favorably toward recuvury.
The Cariboo mail and Express arrived
at 12 o'clock to-day—no passengers.
Weather -- warm days with fioHty
nights; river at a standstill. ;. 1
TlicrPcrniiUed Crime."
Should Mr. Charlton's Bill, now before the Dominion Parliament, become
the law of the land, the designation
which forms our caption will lib longer
be applicable within the bounds of
Canada. Under it adultery is to be
held a misdemeanor, punishable by
imprisonment not exceeding two years,
aud not less than six mouths, or fine
not exceeding 81,000, or both fine and
imprisonment within the above limits
in the discretion of the Court. Illicit
sexual intercourse between two parties,
ono of whom is unmarried, is to be
deemed adultery iu each. No action
for adultery shall be commenced except upon complaint of the husband or
wife of thu.oiltiudiug parties, and after
twe yoar.1 from the lime' of commission
every man and woman, nut married,
who shall lewdly cha-bit, or any man
or woman, married or unmarried, guilty
of open-ind gross lewdness and lascivious behaviour shall be subject to a
line not exceeding $300, or imprisonment not exceeding ono year. Any
person enticing or assisting to entice
a fem-'.lo of reputed virtue and chaste
character shall bo aubjoe't io imprisonment for three years, or a fine not exceeding #3,000. Tho fine or any portion of the tine imposed may, upon, application, be paid to Mie feniaU against
whom the offence *., as committed.
Any person in the capacity of teacher
who shall have intercourse with any
person under ihe age of twenty-oh?
years while under his instruction shall
be liable to imprisonment for not mora
than thtjou years. Any unmarried
female may prosecute as plaintiff in an
action for her own seduction, and receive such' fines as may be assessed in
hor favour.
Communications.
A Vdicof  m 'uftuflh-j.
Editor Biuthh Columbian.—You
said some timo ago representative government in B. C, was not tho gtlcccss
expected James Bay has long proved
that; Maple Rhlgti,' Lnngley, Chilliwhack, also; and now New Wustmiu
ait'i* mlil-i another.
Your Council's action in the 111 titter
of liquor licenses has caused 110 small
surprise and indignation' hero, But
say some -- ''majority should rule."
I meet that with another-—MThat whon
a people do not know how to take care
of tlioinsolvcs, government1] uhmild do
it for thein.'' llencu tin)-)wisdom of
magisterial discretion in tins, And
scoiug thai ■«ut:h all'octs this whole pro-
vim 0. surely yjiur Cuunojl might havo
been sulllcieiitly courteous to have
lirst eoiirtiiitetl with others, ns has been
done 011 far smaller matter* than this.
We, here, can speak from sorrowful
experience,. Whilst our Council had
tliu power, none can IcJl its cost to us
in dollars, rascalities, ahockiti;/ scenes,
purjurieaand enmittefi.' TJa'ngU'g was a
bye-ward'. And only the firm wistlovi
of our resident magUtrutes su. . 11.
now.
If your Council want profitable voi'l:,
let them bring producer and comuij.ter
togqther, and you will find mure prosperity than in liquor salocms.
Representations to refuse their petit ion am going to Victoria from here,
and it is hopod that other districts
will do thu siiiiio. Koine' one in Wow
Westminster should take action also.
I'aiiext.
Langteg, March .,, 1SS%
Dettii 1 onnctl.
Council met ou Saturday, March 4.
Present—Koevo (W. H. L*djier), and
Councillors Arthur, Tinker, McKee, ami
Main. ,.'i U J C
A number of accounts Were pftsse^.and
ordered paid. / . .
On motion, Oskar Wpstcmiark was
awarded the contract forjthe conmlotiou,
of the Benson road.     ■   '■'      .'
ConummicutioiU were rend from Chilli-
whack, Langley aiid Kichinond municipalities. * 1     *'"0
The Clerk was instructed to codtmuui-
cate with the Government and aSk for
an appropriation of &H)Q] to repair the
Trunk road and wharf, ^J   '.JtjTJfi
Ou motion, tho 1 'lerk was instructed
to ask the llovcru :i'*nt".tu gas'ette tlir
roads asked fur as per resolution, of last
Council of Dec. 3lst. 1%
On motion of ("imnoillor McKce, seconded by Councillor Artlni r, it I 'was resolved to recommends the following
changes hi tho,Muiicip*s(Act;:-*-Thia*f section 12 be so amended 'as' to provide, for
five Councillors and a.Htevc, instead of
four Councillors ami a .Reeve, its at present; Section '2it -tha^ilit) nomination of
Councillors bo from !(l to 1,1 u. ip., and
tho polling (if nnv) "iro'ni 12 noon to \
p. m. of tho some daj*,1-eecHora "fiS, 30,
and US to be nnieuiUd -to oorrt-spoml;
Section I 'J- of the Act to be -unendod' by
adding after the word Vijiso," "in addf-'
tion to all other taxes''; also that the
Act, with reference to. th" collection of 11
road tax, be nllowcdixo.rciuaih a| it is at
present; that this Cdu'neil is opposed to
paying Councillors, 0    ■
Bylaw to amend Revenue Bylaw, 1881,
passed first, second, and third reading;-.
Bylaw for return of assessment roll,
1882, passed first, second, und third
readings.
Bylaw fixing date of hearing complaints against assessment roll, 1882,
passed fii-;;tr second, and third midlugfi.
Bylaw to amend Rules of Order Bylaw,
1880; passed its third reading.
Council adjourned till Thursday,
March il, at 2 p. in.
The "Times" Indecency.
Tho sensation of the week has undoubtedly been the terrible line which
by some means ijofc inserted into tho
middle of the times' last Monday's report of Sir Win. V. Harcourt's Burton
speech. "Anything more abominably
filthy I have never seen aud it fell on
tho country like a thunderclap. No
one accuses tha great British journal
of carelessness, for the disgusting insertion must havo boen maliciously
put were it stands after Iho "galley"—
which I may explain to your readers is
a column of type lying on along narrow
brass tray-had passed through all
hands, and stood next door to being
'"locked up" ready for the last operations' just before printing. As a consequence ten men have been suspended
on suspicion, and I in common with
every journalist iu the- kingdom hope
the miscreant will bo discovered and
punished with all and every severity.
The first editiqn-of the Times iu which
tho interpolated niaUm*appeared ran to
40,000 copies. As soon as the discovery was made the Times proprietors
offered two and a half for each copy,
and by this means brought back no less
than 90,000 copies, a costly undertaking
sueiug that thoy must have spent in
the operation nearly 875,000. The
next step upon dissemiiuting through
London the news thoy would give half-
n-sovereigii for what only cost the buyer
three-pence, was to apply by telegraph
to the PostinaBter-Geiieral to stop the
delivery of tho posted copies. This, I
butieve, could lint be done, seeing that
legally the Postmaster General is the
agent for the owner of any letter or
paper committed tu Ids charge. Any
way, about 10,000 copies itmained in
circulation, many of which havechangod
bauds at prices o'vpi* tho original half-
sovereign, and the whole of which I
hope in the interest of decency will
eventually find their way to the fire.
This is not a pleasant subject, but as it
has created a European scandal I only
felt it my duty to as boldly as possible
narrate the circumstances of the case,
and place, though it hardly needs that,
tho management of the Times printing
office above the supposition even of
neglect. I do not require to say that
iu all classes a general feeling of sympathy for the Times proprietors has
been felt. A dastardly trick against
which no printing olfice is quite safe,
is very dilleretit from" ft blunder or
piece of carelessness, aifd the public
have tacitly expressed as much to Mr.
Walter, M. P., the chief owner of the
magnificent journal iu Printing House
square;—Con: Mail
YVonsE Than the Disease.—-Sam
JojinsiiiK felt very much aggrieved
because an Austin Justice fined him
65 for disturbing thi peace. "Mr.
Johusing," said the Justice, "you can
take au appeal; you havo a legal remedy." "I knows ■\l\, about dum rem-
ed.es, s-ili; dt*y snww Fiy mueh like
dem udder renutiies ;. *i gets at de
drug store. De more in yur takes
de  sicker yor gits.'     1\..>ms Sifiings.
British Co-iimbl-i Agenty of T.ininto
Safts anil Lot'l'. norks, .1, <b J.
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These celebrated safes are made from
heavier, iron, weighing 20 per cent, mow*,
nnd have all the modern improvements of
the best American i'ireaiitlBurglar.Safes,
including tho Sargent Grecnlenf Dial
liOok, Being of Canadian manufacture,
thoy arc duty free, and conscipiciitly can
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Atueriean Safes.
Kiro and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes nnd quality, at
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thousand tlollaiii.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to tho agents for
British Columbia.
no2    iM. W. W.HTT t Co., Victoria.
Death is tiik Cutkk Pot.—The public nre .cautioned against purchasing imported California ground codec. Its
cheapness is its only recommendation.
Tho ingredients' are of the vilest description, as any one using it will discover
snottld he examine the grounds. During
the perihelia of the planets people should
be careful what they eat and drink. Don't
allow your grocer to palm off his trash
upi n yen, Ijecausc, it pays him better to
sell it Liian thu. good article. Ask for
Full k Co.'s Coffee and take no other.*
Woj:sr. than Wail—"The throat has
destroyed more lives than thu sword," by
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in drinking; but when tlio health becomes
impaired the miserable dlspoptia may
find prompt relief iu Burdock Blond
Hitters. It regulates the howe!.i, nets
upon the liver and kidneys, purifies the
blond, nnd stimulates all the secretions
to a healthy action.
A Goon Kii.tmu.-To have pure water
In the house every family should have 1,
good filter, the health iind comfort de-
pentis largely upon .the usefif "prpperly
filtered water. ■ The liver is the true
filter for tho blood, nnd Burdock Blood
Bittirs keep JJmJlYK vul.aR the secretory organs in 11 healthy condition. }t U
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dy, whieh, ns an external application and
as an ihterna>l;t*enicdy has a wider range
of usefulness tliair any similar preparation in the world. All druggists sell it.
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PmvTs! Pit into!—Just ivceiyojl at
Joa. Ellard k Cd.V'100 plooes or now
and fashionable Prints, suitable for spring
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£fj If you want n fii*st-ela?s Piano oi;
Organ, go to T. ft, lVnvson ^.Co.'a,;*™1
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vinco.—Am*.
Who says that, times are di\ll?. R. W.
Deano k Co. have now kins assistants'in
their establishment, and nil arc kept
busy. *
ti:T Leave your ordtr for 'sheet Music
nnd Music Books at T. li. Peatsov a Co,'s
-Aiiv.
UOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Licensing Board for the City
of New AYcstminster will meet at the
Council Chambers on THURSDAY tub
I5TU MARCH.
JAM.ES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, Feb, 28,1882.     mill
NOTICE.
T INTEND AT THE NEXT SIT-
l_ ting of tbe Licensing Court to apply
for 11 License to sell spirituous and fermented Liquors by retail at the Palace
Restaurant,   Front street, New ■Westminster.
felo HANNAH HERRING.
fSSOT^CE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
1. intend to apply at the next Hitting of
the Licensing Board for a license to sell
spirituous and fermented liquors by retail
on the premises known as the Union
HoTEt., Columbia street, iu this City,
HENRV EICKHOFF.
New Westminster, Kith Feb., 1882. felS
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to apply to the Licensing
Court, at its next sitting, for a license to
(sell spirituous ami fermented liquor:* by
retail on the premises known as the
Colonial Hotel, Columbia Street, Now
Westminster.
JOHN E. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Feb. 17, 18S2.     felS
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
J. intend to apply at the next sitting
of the Licensing Hoard for a license to
sell Bpiritiious and fermented liquors by
retail on the premises known as the
Oro RKSTAfiiANT, Columbia street, in
tills City.
St W. DAGGETT.
New Westminster, 17th Feb., 1882. felS
TO THE
LICENSING BOARD
FOR  THE  CITY OF
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Mav it Please Your Worships:
iS hii->
The petition of the undersigned
residents of, the Cit>* of New \yest-
mipsler ImmWy shewet|—
That tbe number of licenses for the
sale of intoxicants now held in this
City is lafge in proportion to the population, there being about one such
license for every twenty-three registered voters;
That all experience warrants the
assertion that an increase in the number of drinking places inevitably entails an increase of drunkenness j
That by an increase in tbe number
of drinking places, the temptation to
attract custom by illegitimate means
and to obtain business from illegitimate sources is slrengrhenttl*'
Your petitioners therefore humbly
pray thra you will refuse to issue any
new licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors in the City of New Westminster, and that you will embrace
any proper opportunity to_ reduce the
num-jer of licenses now existing;
And your petitioners as in duty
bound will ever pray.
pro A W New Westminster]
Charles K Woods,
Charles T Woods,   Archdeacon   of
Columbia,
Edivjd M j Horris, O M 1,
Robert Jamieson,
Ebenczer Robson,
Jno S Clutc,
Wm McColl,
D S Hennessy,
FOR  SALE:
THREE   YOKE   GOOD,   HEAVY
Work  OXCIl.   All well trained.
For terftis and particulars apply to
WM. McKEE,
Feb. 14, 1882.     (felS)    Boundary Bay;
DR.  F.   WELSH,
DENTIST,
WILL RETURN TO NEW WEST
minuter about the 1st of March,
when he will resume the practice of
Dentistry in all its brimches. All work
done with the greatest care, ami with
the aid of thektuat tliijcuvcries and in*
ventionn of tho ■.'rofoauion.
SCOTCHMEN!
•\70U ARE HKRKI1V REQUESTED
), to meet ut the Goloniul Hotel at
<S o'clock ou , Mo.nihy Evknixg, 27th.
inst., for the purpose of organizing a
National Society upon n broad and permanent hums.
By request,
New Westminster,
March 3, 18S'
JNO. IRVING,
mlit
BIBLE   SOOIETY,
New Westminster Branch of the
Upper Canada Bible Society.
A T THE DEPOSITORY (Mr. BAB'S
j\. Store) are to be found Bibles and
Testaments et enst prices, in a great variety of type ami bhuHng, and m different language:*.
Information regarding the organuation
of Branches or Rttb-rfepositorieiJ, ■Qrante,
and general Bible 'work, may be had by
Ministers.and others on addressing REV,
R. JAMIESON, New WcstmmBter;'Provincial Agent for tbe Upper Canada
Bible Society. jny4tc
NiTOTpHwiC
T PROPOSE OI'KXtNO A
DANCING      SCHOOL
In tlie Skating Pink this month to t*a?h
all the new and latent ntyles of Dancing.
Parties wishing to learn the simplest
nml shortest method of Ilancina will
olili;;e mc hy applying at James Rousseau's Boot and Shoe Store, Columbia.
street, opposite tho Bank.
FEED. HEIMERLE,'
fcStc Dnncing Master.
J W Harvey,
R '1'homas,
II Morev,.
II Davie's,
.lohn E I.oid
.1 A Sivewright,
H M Strambergy
Charles E Woods,Wm A Johnstone,
1 HFislic'r, llLDeHecl;,
A M Hcrrins,       Warren DeBeck,
Henry EicklidfF,    ■' 11 Kennedy,"'
W Moresby, C H DeUeck,
.1 Davis,   ' John F Strang,
Alfred Masters,    J A Laidlaw,
Henry W Hughes.W A Duncan,
J A R Homer,      W '• Kaldlng,
C C Johnson,
Robert Law,
S H Webb,
.1 Phillips,
Eugene Garrow
M Michaud,
John U'Brien,
Henry Deben
M'm Howay,
Andrew Haslam,
David McNair,
Alex Ewen,
Francis Forrest,
Wm Lilster,
Jos Uoag,
Jas Rae,
Anthony Melody, D G Armslrong,
James Le nib an,    John Armstrong,
Chas Mcl.)onough,lohn O Uunle,
Leon Eclisleih,     C McN'anghten,
\ McDmiald,
A Cummings,
lames Cash,
lohn Rcvnolds,
T McKa'v,
Thomas Walsli,
Jno Walsh,
James Turnbull,
1) Robson,
W J Howison,
John Hendry,
J Charles.
Harold Sheldon,
P McTiernan,
_tnns,
,, [Lapp Knighl,
James Fiizpalrick.H McRoberis.
C J Magirl, C E Piltendrigh,
Chas \var\vif.k,     Owen W Browne,
1) S Curl's, E L Kirkland,
M A White, J Kennedy,
Robert Anclcisou^^Kjjincil):,. „. i»,
*U)i»efW*fi  -j?^
TR'Pearson,  ,(,,i   _.
Chas G Major,:, , C15 Rand,
Lcnton Purely,      Juain Chenoweth,
W R Lewis,       .{Alex Peers,
P Collins.   '     ' Jos, Fletcher,
I .Lehman, ■     "' 'V.S Holt per E R,
John Rci[l,',     " 'W D'JPurtly,
Angus Beaton,' ' 'JoslHuntcr,
William Will,       GE Corbould,
August O Luridjl|Ita.*EiVlng,
Fliiiicas 'MnnsWn, J McMtrbhy, jr,
Joseph W'ntemuto,A 'f D'Mclilmen,
B W Shilesi-i«o   Gu» lelscr,    „■
Han;v"I;rim, Wirti|lotnies,'  J
Thos'W Kerf,, !   RollfeWJntcaiute,
W N Drnper,,
John ,Ibl>otsp|i,n
J N Draper,  jmi
Wm II Townsen'a,
iiasij^rn
wi.iii
Ales! |Li)
,las(|ftnne.dy,
Handcock,
Orr,
v'outts,
W F Archibaldi"'i A Burns pel E.R,
JWUson,        , i:„P TSieve,
'O'Viitcndiigh...   JAQlblck,
l.'R Mclnnes,"   Writ Turnbull,
Geo Turnbull,
Thos H Mathers.
Nicholas Slacey,
Henry Mathers,
Mnlthew Gray,
John C Brown,
Wm Rae.
E R Scoullar,
A \v Scoullar,
J MtMurpriV, sr,
C I*ewlaiid'Trew,
Francis Quest,
James Rousseau,
.John Elliot,
.'oh* McLean,
D IJ Grant,
A   II   nCOUIi.ii| f  i» uimu,
Thos Jno Trapp,   James McKay,
II II Williams.
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD]
■\TTHBREA8 IN OCTOBER LAST
W a small Box, addressed toN. B.
(luuvrenu, AesiKtant Kiiyiiu'er, Canadian
Pacific Railway Office, Victoria, contain*
ing Niiiimeeri/No**. Bmln, %a»-^fa»nde«i.
to tlie liriii--.il Colnnibfa ICxpwaB Com-
panv at Ashcroft, and hnd not HMched
its destination, a Reward of $300 will be
paid to any person delivering tbo same
at thin otlice, or giving information whicli
may lead to its recovery.
H. S. ROEBUCK,
■Secretary.
Dominion Gov't Agent's Office,
Victoria, M. C, I ltb Feb., 1882.
felo
COLUMBIA   COLLEGE
FOR GIRLS,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Tlsltor, Bishop of Now Westminster.
Ludj rrindpnl,  -  Miss Kendall.
mHK   COLLEQB   WILL RE-OPEN
.L JAN. 4, 1S82. Tlie school year
cmisiits of 10 months, or 40 weeks, di-
yidfld into three Temis.
FBBSi
(IN ADVANCK)
Board, $ 4.00 tf week
)Vasih:ii:;, 25 " doz.
Tlition (Kuglish, French
and Latin).   , 5,00 " mon.
do.  (without Latin), 4.50 " "
do.  (without French
aud Latin), 3.50 "   *'
do.     (elementary class) 2.50 "   "
Mi'sio, 4.00 '•'  "
SisoiNti (by Mrs. Sillitoo). 15.00 " twin
Qhrman* (hVMm. Sillitoc), 6.00 "   "
A reduction of 25 per ceut. off tuition
fees iu case of second ami younger sisters.
CHARLES E. WOODS,
do2!tc Hon. Sec.
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Over Ihe Refined Oils at Petroleum
: for Illuminating Purposes:.  '
THE. BEACON LIGHT is
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which nmktis tlm Oil i, jii'iitt'otion agsinst
""s!'"'""""1" '  •'" i1'!" ■ -
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iiiiiri) Mifkt <m»»r to Ten CHtiainr.
It? odor Li/ not;: oflensive.   The Beacon
1 Ligin on is       . Vi,r
FREE  FROM SMOKE i SMA.U
In liuint of fycbiioniV, tlie Ilcucoin Sight
•V Oil U~ .   l
1.U-.SS FAl'liVSlVJ; TH.ivJK OTHKK OHJ*.
The Gonsnmer bnr^lh'g -one light—I*?-"
Four Hon™—will -tiift coiwumo over One
Oil!, or ono thirty-second i>art o( a Gallon, which doee.i .it tax tlm Consumer
more tljAn Two.OcntB for a whole night.
JVf •OtftMiNHKIMER BROS.,
fel    ,*f     Sole Agfihts, Victoria, "B.C. ■. Onr §torjj.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
"Sbo could not have been young,
and she must have been a dowdy. I
said they were nil frights," said Lizzie, interested for once in her life in
a public meeting.
"She was young, handsome, and no
dowdy," be replied, composedly, but
with mora tenacity of the point than
he was wont to display in matters relating to dress and appearance. "You
know, my dear, ladies who are somebody* often dress much more plainly
than poople in our position. 1 dare
say a countess' daughter would be
more simply dressed than you and
Lucy'Golding, when you go to town in
tho omnibus.   My aunt, Mrs. Bryce
"Well! commend me to public meetings for making a man too polite for
anything,'' wns the exasperated reply.
" When you've flo.ie, if you do not
veni strongly object, we might be
thinking of setting oil"."
"Any time; I'm ready ns soon as
you are,!' he answered promptly jumping up.
Miss Vane floated sideways from Hie
room, und presently returned attired
in tv Urge white bat, turned up at one
side with, a large pale blue feather,
and a bunch (also large) of blush roses.
Over hot- pale-gruy dress she had flung
il htifl'-colorcd dolman of so gorgeous
a show nt the first glance as to belie
its very moderate cont. This garment
was richly braided, aud f urthor adorned
with large buttons and a narrow bordering of fur which, with the best intentions, did not quite succeed in
matching the color of tbo cloak it was
supposed to trip.
Gathering up tbe cataract of littlo
frills which hung behind her, Miss
Vane announced herself ready, aud
after giving a critical glance nt Bernard, and rather mournfully remarking
that she "supposed he must do," thoy
set out together; presently found an
omnibus, and in it went down to the
town again, and descended at the entrance of ono of tbo Irk ford theatres.
As may bu Bupposodj tho more select
and expensive seats were beyond their
meajjsP thoy occupied places in the
upper circle, and being very early,
secured seats iu the front row of the
same,' forming one of innumerable
coupleV'itt similar circuiustancees who
that evening chose the means uf
amusing themselves
They were, perhaps, a rather noticeable pair, certainly a contrasted one.
His sombre face, with its gleaming
eyes and occasional smile; his careless
dress, and nonchalant, unconventional
attitudes, might have struck some
•yes. Any one who had bared to ob-
serve him so far, would also have remarked tliat, underlying all tlie carelessness of dress aud mien, there was
a pride which could not bo concealed
—a certain imperious hauteur in tho
glance, wliich scarcely agreed with bis
ostensible station, occupation, aud sur
roundings. His heart was not in the
place, or the play, or the scene at all
lie went to please her, and for noth
ing else. Shu was an almost stfirtliiu
contrast, to her lover—fair, delicate-
looking, and pretty to admiration,
despite her ridiculous dress, and ab
surdly vulgar and attected airs and
graces. She could not, aud did not
fail to attract, attention. Aglionby
never noticed that people hmked at
her. Mina Yiino was, howover, fully
conscious of the fact. This evening,
after they had sat waiting for some
time, .-.lie drew his attention to it, saying plaintively;
"Bernard, that odious man on the
other aide has nevor taken his eyes off
my face. ■ It is so disagreeable. What
am I to do ?"
"A—what?'' he asked abstractedly.
"Oh, thai nian is staring at yon?
don't look at him, aud then you can't
see him."'
Brutal retort, thought Lizzie, in
despair. Mr. Golding had more than
once wondered at tome "fellow's" impudence in staring at her, and expressed
a wish to knock her offender down;
a style of argument which appealed,
as it seemed to her, to more elevated,
cbivalric feelings than that used by
Bernard.
"Well, you might try tn enliven
me a bit!" she exclaimed, rather impatiently, What am I to do but sit
und look at people, if you never open
your lips ?" ■
"I beg your pardon, I'm sure. The
fnct is, this seems rather flat after this
afternoon. I wish you could have
teen the ovation they gave to —- It
was grand; and he was grand ton! He
smashed the government all to atoms."
"Deal* me! The government is
always being smashed to atoms, according to what you say; but it seems to
me to keep on governing all the same,"
observed Lizzie, unconsciously touching a sore spot.
"Of cource it does," he growled;
"and will do, unless it is kicked out."
"I wish political meetings didn't
make people so awful grumpy," observed tho young lady, rather ruefully.
"You do seem to think of nothing
but politics."
"Them's nothing else much worth
thinking ot.    Whjfo a fellow's like me,
Liz "
"I wish von wouldn't call me'Liz.'"
"Nol   What then?"
"Lillian is what I like to be called."
"liut.iif Lillian is not your name—
which it isn't'—-"
"Never' mind, I shall never get you
to understand. When a fellow's like
you, well what happens ?"
"A slave in a warehouse, and with
absolutely no prospects except to sell
gray shirtings till be is superannuated,
he's apt, if be has not something to
take his Hfind/jutside biii daily drudg-
"I can see nothing fine-looking about
her," said Miss Arane, crushingly, and
not altogether truthfully, as a dismal
suspicion began to form itself in her
mind that there was something more
admirable about the perfect simplicity
of the lady in question, than iu even
her own truly recherche toilet.
"Come, coma Liz! you're jealous!'
"Jealous, Bernard! Why, she lias
on one of those plain washing silks
that look no better than a brown hol-
laud. And nothing in her hair, and
no color, no eyes, no go P.' said Lizzie,
becoming energetic in her contempt.
"My dear child, she 1ms far more
than what you call ,go!' Look at the
way in wliich she moves. Look at the
glance of hor eyes—how she measures
everything so calmly and deliberately!
I tell you that woman would look just
the same, only rather cooler, if every
snub in tliis theatre was one of a mob
thirsting for her blood.*"
"Well, to be sure! What next?
A quiet, plain-looking girl like that!
I am better-1 no Id tig than she is, and
I'm no-beauty."
This was one of Miss Vane's favorite remarks, and was always made in
the Drm conviction that since there
was not a word of trutli in it, it must
be magnanimous.
"And I declare, Bernard) she's looking at you. She ia! Aud she is pointing you out to her pa. Oh, and you
are blushing! He's blushing fur tbe
first time in bis lifo! Eli—li—hi what
fun!"
Thero was certainly a heightened
color in his face, as ho turned to her,
with a curling lip, and in a voice
which was new to Iter in its coolness
aud disdain, observed that she was
behaving like a child,
Lizzie's mirth was checked for the
moment. At tliat tone she experienced
the same constrained sensation, tbe
same quickened breath and beating
heart, though iu a lesser degree, us
when he hud one night suddenly upset all her calculations and claimed
her love aud her life, in a manner
which had subdued her. She became
silent, and her lip quivered for a moment. This great clumsy Bernard, at
whoso gaucheries she many a time
laughed, hud sometimes a way of looking at her, and speaking to her, which
sent her heart into her mouth.
Ho leaned buck in his seat, and
studied the playbill until the curtain
went up, and then he looked toward
tbe box before he looked at the stage.
They were not looking at him now;
they were intently watching tho first
scene of "Diplomacy" with the absorbed interest, of country folk, who
do not often get the chance of seeing
a play.
The curtain went down on the end
of tlio first act.    .
"Oh, 'my! What lovely dmkes tW
Mrs. Kendal has, to be sure! I wish
I'd hud this made a long plain princess
robe, liko that gray and gold one she
has. Don't you think it would have
suited me better, Bernard?"
"It might have suited you; the
question is, how would tho passages
and tho Bize of the rooms at your
mother's house have suited it?" he
answered, honestly endeavoring to go
deeply i.nd conscientiously into tlie
subject.
"Till!" she replied impatiently.
During the remainder of tho performance she was sulky and silent. Aglionby did not perceive it. He was
interested m bis late neighbors at the
Liberal Demonstration, lie could not
help seeing that they looked at him
more than once, and exchanged remarks about him. It was tbe old
gentleman w*ho looked at him the
ofteuest, and who even once leveled
his npeva-ghiss, aud looked long and
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Impokters and Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
f&MJ mm
Pianos, Organs & Music,
Sonra Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B.  C.
Tlio largest anil best-sdected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Miction, aud General Literature.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including tho latest numbers,
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LAND     SURVEYOR-
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TOrHOMER,
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FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Mr. J.Cniiiiiiiglmui's Store.
Residence—Merivale Street.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, ete.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes aud 'nullities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other cstuKi aliment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers* Letter Papers, Wotu Papers, Bill Heads, Statement!9,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some bcauti'i
designs in Fancy Note Papers from Lou
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velopcs of all styles, colors and prices,
Dr. Loftus B, Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Post-Offioe, Columbia Street.
Office Hours—Morning, from II to 1;
Evening, from 3 to 8,
C. J. LEGGATT,
liarrister-n t*I.a w
NOTARY PUBLIC,   ETC.
OFFICE—Next door to Uren's Photo.
Gallery, MuKenzio St., New Westmius ter.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &.C.,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia'street, Opposite Hy
ack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
ery, to get despond-iut or dissipated.
*"ow politics take me
and—holloa,!   Why, thero she is
Now
I out of myself,'
,<u    '••V) "'ere sho is!
"She? Who?" asked Miss Vane,
forgetting her superfine manners and
craning forward a.i eagerly as lie did.
"WIiy,jtho—tbe girl I was telling
you sXsim. Tlioy must Iwtg got home
snfely then,"
"Whicli? Where"? Do show me!
Do yon; mean the girl that had the
hat with a brim t I should like to sue
Mr,"
"Thfl same. Look at her, going
into that box with the old gentleman;
.and tell, if yon dare, that she isn't a
line-IopkiiigghV'
intently through it in his direction.
The young lady, as Bernard saw,
looked exceedingly grave, when her
features were not animated during the
play; but her face was one on which
a grave expression sits well, though
her smile, when sbo did smile now and
then, was a sweet one. There was
something in her countenance which
indefinably attracted him, and led bill)
to wonder what sho would be like to
talk, to. • He admired the old man, too
—his huge stature, and the proud eiii'*
nago of his bend—and the conclusion
he camo to was still that they lived in
the country, and were most likely
people of consuquence, wherever their
home might be.
When the piny was over, ho made
his way, with Liz on his arm, down
tho stairs. In the large entrance-hall
was a great crowd of ponple going
away. Close to the door Bernard
jogged elbows with somo one, and
looking round, saw tho old gentleman
with the young lady on his arm. This
time it was sho who wasnexttohim—so
near that her elbows touched, and he
could look into her very eyes. He
saw she had one of those marble-pale
countenances, whose pallor by no
means betokens ill-health. How calm
and composed the deep, steady gray
eye! How Kteadfast the meeting of
her lips one upon the other—steadfast,
yet sweet! And what a store of intellectual strength was betokened by that
smooth, expansive white brow, which
had tho unu-iistaliablonrch that denotes
power of thought.
He saw that her eyes were fixed
upon Lizzie, who happened also to
look round at that moment, Hushed
with excitement, and a little, perhaps,
with vexation—brilliantly, dazzliilgly
pretty, with that*'beauty wliich by
gaslight looks ethereal and almost transparent. When she saw the steady
eyes of the strange girl fixed upon hor,
she bridled, tossed back her head,
hung upon Aglionby's arm, and said
in an affected and audible voice:
"Do let ns get out, Bernard, dear!
I'm almost stitlud." ;, ;j
''Bern '' broke, suddenly from
the old gentleman's lips. Ho made a
lunge forward; ho stretched out his
hand toward Aglionby's coat-sledve;
he cried, "Sir! sir! Mr.—aw'-^l"
Bnt iu vain. Tlio crowd closed iu
between them. Tlie elderly gentleman and his companion were left to
await their conveyance; Aglionby nnd
Miss Vatic tn make tiieirway* through
the crowd: she to grumble bitterly as
they waited for fin omnibus, and to1
wish ardently that cubs were not so
ruinously expensive.
The second meeting had brought
them no nearer than the first.
(To ho Continued.)
Eitiioy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions are being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as are usually
found in a stationery establisluncut.
SlicetncIt-N, Kyi-.t'lntNCM,
Playing Ctu-tU, Visiting Cm <!«,
lliioincsN Cm<Is, Card limml,
Cnnl CiiHCit,   Vnsen, Games,
Ink* of nil kimU,
liikNtniitltt—1> nhi Mill fancy,
Photo   Album-*. Picture*,
Autograph   Album-*,   Toys,
Scroll Hook**, Pumes,
Willing Di-skn, Ciold Pens,
Ln-lit'tt' Work lltntkvtt*,
(it'll) 1<mi-ii'h Di-emlng Cases,
Splint*, Velvet  Frames,  &c, <fce.
•W If you want a iirst-class Piano or
Organ, go to T, K. Pearson k Co.'s. Tho
best Pianos for tho money iu the Pro
vincv. -Anv.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrange'
ments with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Haiti-
more, and elsewhere, we are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have tlie exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, are now iu
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. We are
also agents for the Kniibc Pianos, the
Stciuway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we can supply on
the most favorable terms. We arc agents
in this province for the Dominion Organ
Va\% Organs (of Bowinanvillo, Out.), and
ff. Bell «k Co'8. Organs (of Guolph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Orgnn if any kind, Canadian,
American or him-p-'iin, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
roiiii.cMniiiiiii.t.1)
NliVV   WEST1I 1NSTK!
4#Several good Farms for Snlc ami to
Lease. Willi
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STUBET, ■ VU'TOKIA.
AOHUIS   FOB
North British mul Mereiintllis
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C.
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, ducts, trios,
quartettes, chnruscB, both secular and
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pianists in the east. Sheet music
sold ut Now York prices.
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new anil enlarged edition
of Kiuhardsou's I'iano Method, Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will he ordered promptly.
Insurance.
We are agents for the North British
aim Mercantile Fibb Insurance Co.;
Capital, §10,000,01)0 : Losses paid, 825,-
000,00p. A.30, tho Confederation Like
ANHOoiAXlpN.."tiering the lowest rates on
the best'security of any company doing
business in Canada,
T, R. PEARSON & 00,,
Columlilnnt. (Irotwoon O. 0. Major's nnd Jumna
Cuuiilii|[liuui's',
New Westminster, B. C.
BEETON &. CO.,
3(1 Finsbury Circus,
Loudon, K.(
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR Of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent fop tlicTIIAVBHlIRS' IXSUlt-
AXOK CO., of lluriroril, Colin.
N«iw W.stliilim.r, B. C.
WAT HMAKER& JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
til lllllil. Ill  <;<><.» mill SII.VMI JEW.
i:i.KY   niiitlf In milrr.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, COLD & SILVER PLATINO.
i:ii!!itgrmriil   mill   Wriltliug   RIurn  n
Siiortllll)',
tdr Watches   mul   Jewelry   carefully
repaired, Oltl Gohl nml Silver bought.
jny4tc
Ever} Man (o Ills Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPPi COLONIAL llOTKL),
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Physicians' Prescription* nnd Fan).
II)' Koclpot i Specially.
N.  B. — Only Genuine Drugs useil.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr23
CHARLES E. WOODS,
LAND SURVEYOR,
REAL   ESTATE  AGENT,
Conveyancer I Accountant.
RESTS, DEBTS, 4C, COLLECTED,
Loans Negotiated, unci  n General
Agency Business trnnsuoted.
AOENT  roll  THK
Phpnli Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, and the
Equitable Life Assurance Society
or the United States.
t 01,1 Willi   STRKKT,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
P, O, Boj -10.
MAJOR
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians        Canadian
yarn:
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlincd.
In Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In trroceries and Provisions
Everything the best
thatcanbehad,and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If yon wnnt n Good nrticlo,
go to 0.0. MAJOR'S : if ynu want things
I'liraji, hut "cultus," why, goulnowhoro-
ITEM—What evoryilnily snys must hu
true i mul if trim, tliim tho hiiiiilHiiuiost
display of Viilunble Good*, Sliver and
Flute, is undonhtcdly to ho found at
0. G. MAJOR'S,
OOLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
■ipajni--.'—.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
WAGES
—i-*oit—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   THE—
Canadian Facile Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Overseers $12o 00 per month.
Rock Foremen.,. .83 00 to $4 00 # day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 *'
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons  2 50 to 3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
cluss  3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 50 to 2 00    "
Drillers  1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers. ,. 1 50 to 1 75     "
Hewers  2 50 to 3 00     "
Choppers ....'.... I 50 to 2 00    "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging, *
Boarding Houses will  he convenient
along the Line.   Board—§4 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employees to hoard in the Company's Houses.
Wages will ho paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
General Masagkh.
OFFirE OF THE CoNTIlAfTOltS,
Canadian Paoiho Railway,
Yale, March I, 1881.   '
THE STANDAKD 13
LIFE ASSURANCE GO'Y
OP EDINBURGH.
ESTABLISHED  IN   1862.
TUTS OMI-KSTAHMPllBn null wi.iltliy Com-
piiiiv in nn. nl lliu Iuritu.1 unit muHt Buccals*
Oil In.lltutloiis ur Oi-ont Jliltiiin.
IKM'Ali REPORT,   If 80.
Tils KjMT.rounTll Ansimi. flBHKn.i, Hbbtiho
nf Un. COMI'ANV WW lii-lil ill Ktlliiblirgli ou
Tllimiluy, lliu 20llt of Aurll, imi.
Iti'fiillH CnniniiiiilrR(oil tn the Re*
lloi't  by tile Dtl'CCtori.
AMOUNT   PltOI'OSKD    FOIII
'H-IIIIANOH    limine   llic Ul,UT,31I   >   S
yeur 1N7S (2,1130 l'roiin,nls)   j
AMOUNT Of  ASSUJIANCKS")
ACCKITKll ilnrlni! Ilio y-a.r>£.,13i,4M 18   2
1870 (1,8a.ri I'nllcluH) J
ANNUAL l'llh'M!UMSmm.,-|      ,„.,,.,   .
!Mlli'tailil-lliBlli,i,v™i187»|     •*••-»-••   '
OI.Al>ISI,yIIBATIIiIuilnil87D|    j,,,;.-,   , .,
AMOUNT of ASSUIIANOKS,
ACON'THD limine tlio lint [ ..-.n.SM.OH 10
nut V..
SUI18IST1NO  ASSURANCES"!
nt IfitliNovunibur, 187il (■'. I .,„ nil TIB IB In
llonHBuWu with n|hbr onlci'B) J
III'VliNIIK, npwutTl. nt PUVKN tIDNnSKD AUD
N1NHTY-F1VE THOUSAND POUNDS
STB11IJNII |i-r Annum.
INVISTOl FUNDS, unwind. ofPtW AND A
HALF MILLIONS STF11LINO.
RATES OF PREMIUM
Anil over-- informr-dm. trill lis funiInIioiI liy
MR. W. H. KEARY.
Columbln Street, NewWritmlniter,
Agent,
Wli-i (s until iriiod to receiv** Propoula for Atiar-
unco.
Miiillcnl Kiittiitnnr for New Wentnitnitari
ALFRED    HASTKBH,    M.   D.
W MEAT PL! PIIIEliY
Unit
THE
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—THB—
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
IT 18 THE HKCOGNIZEO A CJTIIO.
illy In ('tumm-reinl ami  Hitmidul I'h'elw,,
nml tin- ln'Hl t-'umil)- Jmiriml on tliu I'udtic const,
Sorvwll»y cirri'*'*in .Sun Vriincmro
Mullliu towns ni' ilie mtui'liir ut HBo« perwtwlt
Hy mull, postage |>uiil $1!4 |ioryunr,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Un niuuim nt h twol*fo*'Hif*,i! Jo ii I'll nl) mill In pro*.
jiiirtioa In its xitt) tlui i*li<iujii'al|Mijii!i* tu tii*i:uiiiilr,v
SlIRSCRII'TIOX  KATKS.
Tlm Wee   ly nml tlio Friday BiilltHlii,
tot mills luKi'tlmr tin.' nmsl wnij.li'tu SflilU
Wt-vkl)- piilillnlii'il mi tli'p I'ai-iflu Coiist, "'ill
In)Hem tunny uililreiH, jiodngo [mid, on tlio tiii-
Itiivinj: torinsi
Weekly anil Friday Bulletin.
f)tie Y.'«r $.'100
Six MouUis    ICO
Weekly llullctln Alone.
One Vi'iir $2 SO
Isnnevfr-fiiil
run* ■ for
oils Debility,Bx-
Imusti-il Vitality
of » ny k i n d,
Wenk u«!8*st 1'i.r-
alysis, hiii) nil
tlio terrible ef-
M'ls nt joutlifitl'
f»l I iff. nnd ex-
cesses in  nmliirer yenrs,
UK.   MIXTIK  WW    "ere**   to   forfeit
Five lliiiiilrrd Dollar.*) ■>>■ n nisi* nt
tins lunii iii.- Vital Keitoi-atlre (under
liis ttpi'l'lHl iiilviii' unit lreulliit*tit'j«ill not
curt"1, or )»r nn villi' tr timinrp nriiijiirtiiii"*
.'•jii.1,1 in it. DR. MINTIB T.-iim mi D'ts-
ent'es fltu'i'^Htiily witlmiit mercury
CUUsUltaUOIl Tl'Ce.    Tl.mmtul, exinni-
mitiiiti iiitil iidvirt','$6-00. I'li.co' vital
RcMoratlre, $:•! <>o « i-oitlf, or four
titllM ilie (jiiiui il_v. $10 00; t-cnt to nny
H'dilrei}** upon rt'ccii't nf ■Jtic. orU O l>.,
si'Cine Ir'im obSe'rViiHoh. him)   in nritHte
hhtno if d-fairi-d, by A. E. MIXTIK,
U.IK
Tli'ose who cun'nol vUii DR, MIXTIK
in Khu Krntioiifto should tinti n lull nnd
intitule utrftPtiittiit ol their iroiiliU's tviib
$'J500t nnd in n.ium n full cuiirfe of
Medicine will be farwnrd^d, Kecurely
pniikedi nn hs not to excite curiosity.
All orders lor meilii'hiif t', O D. must
he lKi*oni|nitli'*d with $1 00 (hs it gunr-
'iiiii'i* of tfond fill ill), whirl) wit) bo de-
dui'ti'il when th- iiin-knirc is shipiicd.
SAMI'LK BOTTLE FIIKK.-Seiit on
upplicittioti by letter si.iiiiiir Hvinptums,
sex nnd ngi', ConiiiMiniuiitions strictly
cotilidentiiil. jn>'31.1y
II Krnriiey Street, *tun Frnticluro, Cnl.
Six MuntliH..
1 21
(tnin)llnitcos by Uruft, I'ostnffleti Mnlor, U>lls,
ViiTizak Go's J'xiil-i'mh, nml lteglHtcrinl Lottor, m
our ritli.
f'llKB SKKII DtSTIlIBIITlttJi.
Kuril -uliTrlinT «ill lii> pr won ted wllli ncvonil
vitrii'tlen or Itiire nii-t Vnhmtil.. TltKK,  VKUK-
TAIlbKiiml KI,t)WKII S«KD8, ennui in vuluo to
tin* nnl> rri|>|iiiii |irlt*u nl' tho |in|li>r.
4f e*i*t'iiil fur fiumple Copy, j-ivim: full piirlli'iiliirn.
Ailtlross;
S. F. BUlliKTINCOMPlXT,
SAN UtAMlSCn
Cnttfornlii.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
rBPAPB XI
DVERTISING
ca- mc mki sr^ w
Bo.tinn '20 and 21, Mrrrhiiiils' Ki>
chaiiKC California Nt., S. I'.. i:al.
A
w.
B.-ADVERT1I9INO SOl.iriTEII
_ . . for nil iirivs|i;i|i..|N niilillnhoil un tin* I'nciDc
Connt, tin' Bntitlwlcli Mumlx, Colynoilii, Moxlcuii
1'oi'tn. I'nnnimi. Vulpmniio. .lnpiiu, Olilnu, New
Zciilumt, thu Aihlr;i|!i,n Cnlonifu, lliu Himtern
SUtot nml Kitropo, V\\m of nciirlv every iiijwm-
pupiT piihliiheil un tho I'jirlflr Q<in*l ire kept
ciuintunity on linml nnil nil uilvorlInert nre
nllowi-il true m-ri-si) tothem iliirlni; huvlnunii hours.
Tlio ItitiTiHii Rn1.1u1n1.1N is kept on fllortt tha
oilier nf l,. |>, FI.SIIKH.
SEEDS
a.
FRESH AND RELIABLE.
Sent liy  Jtnil  tli  nil  parti of  tlie
North-Wott,
OATAMKHJKR/iYe to ftll Applicants.
ROBERT EVANS &0O.,
Sued Moi'tiliunti,
fft'25 lliiniilti'ii, Oaliiiiln.
nropx
To DI8RABH8, COMI'LAINTS Und AcaDIWT.
which Hagyako's Vbllow Oil is Riinnn.
icnl to cu.e or relievo cither ia MAM or
ill! AST.
TAKEM IHTERNaUr FOI
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Jn.
APPLIED EXTERNALLY FM
RHEUMiTISM,
ciirr.nr.Aixs,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
COXTRACIIOXS]
LUMBAGO,
DEAFXESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRtriSES,
ITCH,
PATNLXBACK,
PAIN In SIDE, M.
( Every bottle guaranteed to give satilbo.
tion or money refunded.
DiKfliiaiwrm urn lomt. PuictgjUo.
l.MiiBTOSaoo.,Pr(^prl«teri
TOKONTO, ONT.
DR. SPINNEY & C0:8
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SP1NNKY, wi'll known nn tin hNR.
ilerol thu Moiilnriil, Hi, K.) .Meiliiinl ln»tl-
tuln. mul Int.* I'roprlulorot thu SflXNKVVI 1.1.1!
IM-'lliHAltV.  Would   most rc-ipeotfully  Inform
Iii- pitlit'iilH nm) III" iifllit'tcil "wiutntlly, thill lid
>till rin.liiiiii- to Ment ilir.mii'nml iifivoun (Iin-
UUSHS with iinpiiiiilh'lt'il mcOuH.
LADIES AND GBNTtBmBN.
Itdnt'inhtir tlmt proriiutiiistloti Is tha thief uf
thus .ii
COMB AND BE HEALED.
It imttturs not whin your trouhlos miiy ho, cottit
mul wI the Doctor oKumllK' your nvw It will
nost ymi n.'ililiii; fur con till tut Ion, mt plums c«||
imi nut inly voursulres wkiilmw tho Doctor titi'lnr-
ttnii'l" yourciisu. II lis cnu euro ynu he will toll
you not If not. ho will tell ,v«n tlmt. fur he will
not iiii'li'Mulir nc Htshiss lit Isooutldent of ef*
fwtliiB ncurs.
1'iirlh'H ut s il|Htuiii:i' wi»hin« tri'iitini'iit, hy
sotiiliiiu *3.'i mul 11 mlniito iloMi'IplIon of tlmlr
tnuilili'M will ii'i'nlvu in n-tiirrt u trull cminw of
IrcntniKiit bvciiroly imekcil so ns not tu oiultl cu.
rtonlty,
Dlt. si'iSNBVwIlt gimrnnt-'e l« lorfolt Flrt
llimiln-il Dollurn tor cvory cum of nny klml ur
cliiii-iii'ii'r whicli he iimli'i'tuki-t nnd tlilln to nurc
I1. H.—For Hjni'iui'. of short stuuillng, it full
Conmo of mcd'chii's, Hiiffldiiit Tor u euro, with
nil 1.1 r,tmotions, will ho «iiui to uny aildrois on
nvript uf f 10.
(nil or Adilrois
Dr. SPINNEY to CO.,
0 28-ly     No. 11 Kenrni-y-st-. .flnti K*vincl«iitCnl.
PATENTS
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liiiviliaiiililrly-llir jcai'scxjicrU'ricc
Patents olitalnoil tlnou-jli ns are initii*-
f wl in tho SctKvrmn Asikkica.v. Tlii* .
lingo and Hpli'inlid illiii-tratcd woekly
paper, Sll.20 a year, slibwa the I'ruu'-css
nf Soloticb, fa very Iiitcnmtiny, 111111 tiaa
nn oiionnotm circulation. Additiati,
MUNN k CO., Patent Solicitors, Pith-
jUhoi-BOf SfiKM'ii'it! AMKKiflAv, $J Park.
How, Now York. Haml liodk ahmit Pat-
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