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Array Provincial Socrr-i
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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—ta puiiusiien—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
—*-»» —
ROB80N BROTHERS.
&FFIC5, COLUMBIA STREET. Ehirahoe to Em-
TriiuLMUi Business Dep*btmeiit tiirouoh T. R.
KtSsWi k GO'S. BOOK & STATIONED STORE.
TKKM»..Hy Hull, J". »'jo..r i $1 80 top B mnll.
$1 fur 8 mo..; pey.tl.lo In Advance. Delivered
liy Onrrforor Ae,ont, $1 i.wr qiinrtdr, i>iiynl,Io
qimrterly to Carrier or Agont.
, AGENTS:
T. H.^ibseV & Oo. Viotoria.
Wm. Hmmmn Yale.
I. P. FISHER  Advorll.lnB Ap>..t,
Kxcluttujo, 8nn r'ntuelHCo, Uiiiitlni
, 21 Mereliii.it'
clnttijto, 8nn I'mnelec... lH..ntl...riee.l to receive
AdvortlBonienta for tlii. neper.
Till**-   BADEB   ..my lie riiti.nl on  Ilie ...
I mo rArCn n..... p. bowoii too.1.
.Newspaper A.lvorti.ilie; Hiiro..., (1.1 Hpriire St.),
.where Ailvortielng contracts may 1.0 ...tide for It I..
NEW VOKIi. I
liu f vitislt Columbian
WrdnfMlny Moriilnu, Oct. IH. IC':.*.
The Cvaiiii-* Dock,
The Caving Dock (or yawmiij
'grare) ilreatens (o awallow up a
pecat deal mco of tbe p'ovipciol
"revenue (ban w»s supposed. M.
E, P. Mitcliell. the ajont of tlie
'corvuclo'a (McNameo ii Co.) ar-
lived in ihe P'ovinco a few weeks
'k-o for tbe esp-ess pu poso of p.;v
ing oT a'l fie delih of thesiilicoii-
W-io.s and pushing the wo'k vijo1
'oi'«lv to completion. That gee i'i
man lias published a a.'..lenient of
\,he cace which ou^ht to possess soo1.'
.nicest to the ta-pnve's of E'iIibIi
Columbia. From Ibis stutomoiit it
'apnea's (but tbo Premier Iropt M'.
IvTilcWl wailing in sospenso fo,' v::
WeeVir, when he wps coolly info1 n'c.l
that McNameo <fc Co.'s rights its
'eont"acto's were igno'ed arid tbat
(he work won'd not be hnriJei! over
'toihem; and it appears tbat (lie
Go«ei'DTent a'o dcie1 .nineil to ..a-./
on the wo.t by dav Inbo.'. Af.f
po'iiving o.'t the Wrong thus ii'.1'i'..cd
\i;.on bis p. ii.cip.i's anil upon thi!
Ic'c'l'to'S of the subi.on.ruciors, JI*.
M'..',.bell says:
'Of one thing I nm certain. Rod I
'apeak froma long a'.perienceas.it prae-
\ ical man when I any ihnt if (.ho dry-
.rlock is ever complciod under thosys-
tom now carried on it wil) cat moro
than one and one-halt million dollars,
and to prove my competency to 'make
(his statement nnd my sincerity i'i
'doill-f so I invi.'o or challenge Air.
Hcnuei.', the resident engineer, to
moot me on iho work wiih his pity
sheet in compnny with n competent
third par.'y, and I will provo hv measurement of Ihe work done under his
'superintendence and ilie money pnid
for it Hint my eBtimn'o of iho total cost
Is much below the iiuu'i;.''
Now, sutely this is a sufficiently
alu.uling state of sUliim for ihe lai>
priye-a to (toritemplale. Judging
from enperienio, wo were quite p.e-
pa.ed to (ind the cost of tlio dock
inn up ns lii^h as a million, through
the g.oss m'smnnajeinent of the
"tjovcii'iieiit; bub it appo.us wo
were mucb linger lhe mn.k. Aeoo'd-
l'ig to Mr. Mitchell's esi-iuittlo, nod
llie.e is no leuson eitlie.' to doubt
his competency or bona Jides, the
Woik will, in percent incompetent
I bands* cost more Iban a million mid
ii hii'f, if eve - tiompleiod ! But cve.ii
lhat is not all. That i lie Province
WU have to stand ft heavy laMoit
Wiih jVlcNa.neo ,fc Co. is ns plain as
Ihe nose on a mini's face, and those
who have ribsevved Sir. Heaven's
? lilode of doing business in connec
tion with Ihe dock will he quite p.'e-
p.epa'ed fo1.' a ve'djet for heavy
damages against this unfortunate
boont.y. But, assuming that tlico
wilt be no 'itijatlon, or that, if thorn
is, it wi'l lom.'t in fuvdi' of tho P.o-
vine, still the outlook is da'k
fcraoi'sb. If ever completed, the dock
ttsitt cont moie titan a million cud a
ludfl Hei« is a wo'k which won
to have been done for half a million
and was not lo have cost tho 1' o-
•riiH.e a sing'e do'lar, now goirg to
bout more than a million aud a half,
at least one million of which must
bo bo* oe by the Province ! Sow,
tho question demanding an immediate answer at tbe hands of the
Uis-payeii is—"Shall thin iliinous
waste be allowed to go on 1" Eran
the old Honse said "no" to a less
ah\. wing state of afmbs. The new
Mlouce cannot sav "yes" without a
gross violation of the trust fresh
icom the people. Tho member for
thia oity, who was pledged against
the dock policy of a year ngo, appears to have gulped down tho wo se
policy of the present ior tile s.iko of
olliee; but it is not believed that there
is to ho found In tile now House another man capable1 of enacting such
pa''t. Eve y constituency oil the
Mainland liiidscvoiiilof tliose on tlio
sland are opposed to the squaiiihii ing
il anv iridic' p. ovinoial revenuo iipon
i work wllloli evon the Government
irgan here lias' adriiiltcd ciin Dover
« a cent's wo'i th of bonciit to tlio
RITISH
IAN.
VOLXTME <tt
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1882.
NUMBER 31
;■
t.
liii.-jinve's. anil tho p'oposition foi'
tlio Go.'ei-nuient to complftLe the
wo'k liy dny Ja'uor at a cost of nice
than a million und a half puis the
mat'ec in a wo'-se shape than it has
over before been presented to the
puu'ic.
Vda -Jirxl^ck nofl Mr, Cc;ivc«.
Tor'"** EorrOK.—Mr. Luitvon has
tiil.eii a bolil siaml at lout on fraviu-f
duck mailers. Afier playing with and
fouli'i**; McNameo &. Ca'a n^ent fur
six win*'.a he coolly discards him,
iherehy consti'uiinjz himself and his
lieutemuit (ilc.Mioti) a commiueo to
perforin tlie manifold duliea uf chief
commissioner of landjt^d worts, con-
(ractors. engineers, general managers,
pityinas.erflaiid inspectors of the whule
job.
Whikt we loave McNp.nite &C0. (o
I heir own resources—it they have hoea
wronged io Pud a reoiedy, if tiiey are
aggrioved to o'utain redrcBs*—the conduct of Mr. lioaven viewed from ihe
Blandpohit of public interest furtiishes
matter 'or grave rejection, and we
naiurally onquii'e what aro (he moiives
that govern his actions and what will
their effect be upon tho credit of'ilie
province nud iho miUerial intores^s of
our people ? Ia economy Mr. Boave-Vs
preioucu? Common aenso repudiaios
such mi idea- and R. P. Mi.chell is
heard 'from un that subject wiih no
uncer'aiu sou-id. Is dospaicu Mv. Kea-
ve'i'fi aim? Oor-jiinly itot; ihe local
coutvaciot's wi.li limiied men is and
suffering under all ihe si rain a hosiile
government could bring to bear upon
them, used up all the cemeufc ou luiud,
und it is well Iriunvii ihat iho cement
still required cm bo secured only iu
small quaifii'ies at disiant dates hy
vessels from v-io Uniied Kingdom to
our port, aud the wcirlc. must wait for
tliio mat (trial. Is it the gratification of
a grasping and envious dis position that
prompts liim io igiiuro men's honest
claims, to jeopardize duel* construction
and mm* commercial iutorosta hy
uhitcliintj ihu few thousand dollars
wiihin his teach, seisiing upon dock
construction and ooiiverling the work
into a poltiioitl inacliiue for i,he er.inn-
Biou of power in the last throes of liis
dying government? Mr. Beaven may
bo innocent, hut appearances aro not
favorable. Conscious as we aro ot the
ignorance and inability of Mr. Goaven
to crodiiubly niaua^eat'ypiecoof worl;,
wo muerally o oijii'o whoso counsel
inspires him wiili coniideuco lo cope
wi It iois important iiudertaliog? h it
Mr. Morris, ihe lately arrived oogl*-
neer-iu-ohief 1 Tho only opitor.'u.iiiy
we liino of judging of that genlleiriiiu'fl
ahiliiy dr capability is funiishod by
Mr. Wallami's sworn tesiimmiy befoi*u
ihe committee of tho house on drydock
matters. His evidence was nei.hor
HatJorinij nor complimeniai-y to the
chiuf o.i'jiueer's dock speciiicaiions,
Mr. Una vou will hardly swear bythe
man whoso profosslonp.1 reputation Mr.
Walkom did hia beat i.u destroy. Is it
Mr. Benueit of cement nolorie'y? It
appears so. Now, if we take Ihe evidence of Mr. Walkom rulaiivo to Ihe
thousand aud one liiiesses or estimates
made hy Mr. Hemic't as to the amount
of cement required fur drydock con-
si ruction —ranging from 100 to 7-jO
tons, wiih a surplus'' io peddle out
afterwards, and from lhat tb 4.400
tons—as a sample of his proficiency as
an engineer, it is doubtful if any sensible mini can be found who would put
confidence iu an ostimato mado by hiin
of the cost of constructing a respectable piggery; nud yet Beaven and Don-
lictt (for we leave poor Armstrong and
Hett uiii) are whole and sole the mi
controlled and irresponsible managers
uf public works and manipulators of
public funds. They liiro men. fix tho
rato of wages, superintend the work,
estimate aud measure ii, issue corlili-
catos, certify to tho correctness of
'horn, draw iho money aud pay the
Uton. This may do as long us McNa*
moo ,t Co.'a few itiousnud dollars liul,
but I (Cornelius Month) stato boldly
and publicly that Beaven and Bennett
will not be pcrinhied io lay their
hands upon one dollar of a Canadian
subsidy .to maiiiputato in any such
milliner. Tho Canadian government
is a responsible government and will
not mako advances to bo so applied.
Straiv.o that it does not occur io
Beavon that while ho fills (ho posiiion
of premier under responsible institutions lie is doing his liitlo best to
knock the key-stone out of Iho odi/leo
of our constitution and bring it crumbling about our ears: or is ho iu his
person frying to vorify the (ruth of iho
adago that whom tho gods purposo to
destroy thoy first nialto mad, when ho
is insane enough not (o realize 'he fact
that ho has forced himself and Mr.
Bennett into a position where if they
wero the iionestest men who ever
broaihed thoy would bo liable Lo suspicions from tho opportuniiios thoy
onjoy of enriching themselves ?
Tho gratification of an overreaching
and graapingdisposition mny ho a pleasant pastime, but if it leads a man into
a position of too much temptation or
subjects him to tho slightest breath of
suspicion it must certainly become irli-
somo, ovon tit a premier of British Columbia. CoiOHi.-us Boore.
FIRE INSURANCE.
The Salva'-'ion Aimv. — Gun oral
Booth, the present "high priest," or,
rather, "commander-iti-chiof," of tho
movement, arrived in Loudon sovou-
(eon yuars ago, and prenciiod alone in
tho thoroughfares aud among tho
crowds of Mile End Road. This was
tho beginning of an organization that
has now reached tho proportions of the
Salvation Army, consisting of 3'JO
corps and TfiO olllceva entirely employed iu the work, giving (i.i.'00 services
every week to the millions of London,
It receives subscription.! from high
dignitaries of all churches, overruns
England with its agents, and despatches others to Scotland, Irfilaud,
America, and thu East Indies. "
TKE lANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £2,000,000 stetiing
Risks accepted at   Current Rates of
Premium hy
joms c. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster,
Columbia St., Now Westminster.
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR!
OTTOS   S0.UAKE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
H.AVIXQ   .1.","ST LUOBtyiSD AN
(!..i:cli.uvu Brock of Now and Fashionable l O0D*J. t .vill bo glad Lo roceivo
orders, which v, ill,be promptly oxpoutod
and
43- GOOD FIT (JUARA?)T HKD.'S*.
Terms Btricfcly cash,
aull) W. ELSON.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia Si., Hew Westminster, B. 0.
SAW   !TI.I\(i,    KEY   rlTTIXU,    UII'K.
KJHT1I.  Cil-I'LKKV   CHOI'SI),
*H'!.S«»K« S[I,tI!lT,M:i>,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned ami Repaired,   Muclunp
Needle''* for Sale.
t.ini>i-i-Un*- .il-'iuiV'l, mul Om-ral Etcimlr
iiiK neatly ileiic.
Ammunition of nil kinds. A full nsyort-
incut of Re-londing Tools, mid everything
required by a Sportsman. Rih.ks, Siidi*
(Junk, Rhvolvijiis, mid Fisi'.i.st, ■ Tackle
for sale. d24y
8.   ill).  MAUGHTE"^
HAS JUST RE0E1VH1) THE LAJKi-
est assortment of Clocks over held
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
NlckCl Clocks, at $2,26 (wannnte.l).
Scth  TIioiiiiis' Iflcliol Alarm, at
$3.25.
All kinds  of   JIlllllcl   Bllll   0IIICC
Clocks.
lVllllllllin lVlltCllCS, coin silver cases,
f.o.n SI", upwards.
A fino n^o: l.mont of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of tho kic-t designs.
Silver Plate Ware  ana Optical
floods.
Counini.v Stiuikt,
au2 New tVestiliinster, B.C.
m WESTMINSTER. 0. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie Oity,
the culiwry unmm
IS UNDKR THK  CHAROK OP Afj
KXPE1UKN0K1*) ARTIST.
THK UNDKRSIONKI) BKGS LEAVE
to nunouiiiio to tlio Vnlilii- that lie
lias purchased the aliovo Hotel, where
everything will be found h'rst-elas», and
at reaaoinible rates.
Tlio Parlors and Sleeping Apartment* are under tho mipcrintciidonco
of Mils. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private (tending Itonm, com*
modioiis, comfortalily furnished, and
well anpplied with hooks and papers, fo
;■ ovidetl for the uso of guoata.
Im s.i]i|ilied with the choicest brands of
W: Nr*!*), L.llUOUS, ClQAlli-l, ito.
jMo. austibt, ;
NOT[OE,
NOTiCK IS HEREBY CIIVEN, that
applieatioii will he mado to tlie
Logialanyo Assembly of the L'rovince of
Hrifiriti Colimibitt, nt ita next session, for
an Act to incorporate a Company to construct ami work a Railway from a point
in the City of New Westminster to some
point near the -Jiiih linrallel, iiurtli latitude, liutweun ■Seiiiiafimoo liny and
Township .Sixteen iu the Disti-ii.it of New
Westiiiinster, Uritish Columbia,
GORDON B, OOHBOULb,
Solieitoi* for the Applicants,
New Wi-si;.,Mepi;. 1, lSSt".        *     m
BOOTS and SHOES
HEATH.0EFS
Boot k ^Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA-   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the now Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast., Now >VestimiiBter.
ESTABLISHED 1851..
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Henri)' Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
oaaortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICli'y.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
•j-AND—
MUSICAL ISTKOlffiS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Shot Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL.   BOXES
A fine Asssortmcut; from $25 to $G0,
—AT—■
BACrlNALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
liOVKIINMIiST STKKKT,  VICTOR IA.
J.  BAGNALL,
riAXOeOKTEeiOllCAsTllSEReiRlil'.MKmi
&
FACERS'& MINERS1
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRANT) OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
AND A GENER&L LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
$§'r Storiigo   nml    Forwimling
iloiio nt l'eusuiiuble 1-aten.
jyla-flm
REID & HUDSON.
PAY UP!
i LL ACCOUNTS NOT PAID I'.Y
1\ Llio loLli Inst, will k. plaoc.l in tin:
liu.ulfi of li t'olloctor ivitli ilistl'liotioii.!.
\Y. ,1. FKKNC11.
Now \Vc*)t;, .Inly 1, ISSl'. jy".
ROYAL  CITY
mi m ii
(itdxasxvxix*)
HAVE ON HAND AND AltE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—All descriptions of—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Snwlng, Turning, Sliaplng,
An.Ull kin.ls of WOOD-FINISHINO.
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASUS  A   SPECIALTY.
ftlCHAFlD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0,
JOHN HENDRY,
Ma.VAOI'.T.,
J. H. PLEACE S CO.
IMt'0IlTKH« ASD UKALKUS IS
STOVES,
BANGES,  toC, toC.
House Furnishing Goids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full flsaortmoiH const-intly ou liruul, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATI**-**.
Tiinvarenmnitfacturcd on the prcini-
se3.   .Toljl)iiig promptly attoudetl to.
v.i:MtKUOiiH srovs; iiiiLsti:i<-,
Hew tVr*.hnlii*-)-■ i*.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS  AND SHOES OP EVERY
deBcHntlon made to order, nnd re-
]kired, from nn
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A—
B6J.A.3SB-S    BOOf.
Tlio highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Orrosrru tick Hank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'if.
I OuiDhhai.St. nml 111 Pali. Mali.,
LONDON:
INSTITUTED 1803.
OR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
F
BtiiliUngrfj (iooiIs, Win-en, Jrertrlinn-
rliBo, Mainifiicti'i-itig und (''nriuiiii* Stock,
Ships in Port, Knrlioi* tn* Dock, ami tiio
Cili'gooa of fiUcli Vt***3eln ; lilao, Ships liuilil-
ini; mul rcpaii'ing, Ititrges nnd ottioi* \'os*
self- on nnvig-ihlu rivers aiul canals, and
(ii-iods on board such Yessols, tlirougliont
(ireut Biitolli nml Ireland aiul in Foreign
Countries,   .
Mitni LOSS (IK imiAf.l* fa fire,
Subserilieil and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rat**!*: of rronmmi and overy information can he ohtainud ou nppliui'tion to
W. J. AK>1STR0\^,
Aj*ci!tfoi\Nc\\ Wdfltmrnator,
(3(»LU5fBfA STREET,
New  Westminster, 3, C,
HAVING PUECHASED AND
completely re-funiislied and
othenviae greatly improved this
welldcnown cstatlisliinent, I have
tho pleasure to announce that it is
rioV
OPEN
For the reception of Guests,
Convicntly located nnd well appointed in every department, with
BATH R003VSS
And all tho most modem appliances, it wilt bo found in every
respect the best, aa it iB the largest
nnd most commodious*, Hotel on the
Mainland.
'     Tho
RESTAURANT
Department 13 under the very best
management both ns regards cuisine
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
Dllllllg ltoums, with special attendance.
Tho
BAR   KOOM
Is stocked witli the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always bo kept on hand.
Tho
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Straule's Patent
CUSHION TABLES, tho best in
use.
Sir Good attendance and moderate charges.
■T. E. INSLEY,
PKOl'RIETOU & MANAGER.
April 4,18S2. ap5
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Newly Built and \ewlj' Furnished,
Urge nnd Commodious.
OWE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE WUNLAND,
Commands an iinbrokon view  of  that
lUAgaificont sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, tho future terminus
of   tho   Cnnudinn   Pacific
Kailway.
HUTS   01'   KOOIIS   FOR    FAMILIES,
SiT Visitors and Tourists will iind it a
quiot and pleasant resting place.
Tho scale of elmrgcs will bo found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the promisee.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
PnoritiETon.
Estate of John Shelford
13312 CE3>^.fS5"KT>.
ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY
Claims ngiiinut the snid Mutate nre
re.|UC9tod to scud thom to the undersigned on or before the 2nd of November
next, and all persons indebted will please
to pay at 01100,
J. C. PRKVOST,
Administrator,
Victoria, Oct. 2nd, 188*2. oc4
ice to Merchants,
ON AND AFTER DAT13 THE UN-
dorsigned will cart goods front tho
wharf to any store on Front or Columbia
Street at the rate of
St BI-TS J%. TOW.
Orders promptly executed.
PAT. COLLINS.
Octobor 4th, 1SS2; o4
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
mHE UNDKRSWKMD HAS FOR
1 side on rcasoimblo tcrnia a few half-
bred Avi'shirc yearling Bulla, sired by the
rhoroughhrcd Ayrshire Hull
30 tt ap # jfef ft* x mr 9
I'lit* danis boing choice  dairy cows.
Jfoi- c^.ilc or lo |Uut.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
of excellent bricks for salo cheap.
Delivery anywhere. -s
T. MoKAY.
New Westminster, i'
June 24, 1881. jn26
FOR  SALE:
A  GOOD   FARM,   CONTAINING-
153 acres; 14 acres chopped and
burnt; and a good Frame House.   Situated 2 miles from Maple Ridge P. 0. and
5 luiju.*. from Fort Langley.
For infortitjation apply to    ■ -1
WILLIAM McADAM,     :
Maple Ridge,
Or to
EDAVARD MoADAM,     '
an] 2 Nicola Valley.
FOR   SALE!
T
IHE FOLLOWING .-
lo Fa,t Hogs,
15 Small Hogs,
1 White dies fcw Boar,
A number of Horses,
I Cutting Box,
1 Platform Scale (capacity 1,000),  .
Also—for sale or lease—the premises
Tecofitly occupied by mo.
To be seen on application to*
W. J. FRENCH.
New West., July 4, 1882. jy4
FOR^ALE.
LOT  2,   BLOCK   IX.
1,     "       xxn. 1
"   10,    " ..   xxvnr.',
City ot New "\V cfihninBter.
—also— .
LOT  4,   BLOCK   I.
"   8 k 9,    '•        m
"      4,       " V.
"      3,       " X.
"   18, 19, & 20, BLOCK Xm.,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
au30te Victoria.
Jell
A. s. vkhuki;.
tolas
IhOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOE
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full seta of
reeds, sub-bass, octavo coupler, vox hu-
mana, grand organ, and hneo swell, 8
stops. This orgau fo now used iu the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good.order. Will bo sold for S150
cash, as it is intended to procure a moro
powerful one, Tliis is a decided bargain.
Apply to   .
T. R. PEARSON ft CO.;-
Stationers & Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster,
FOR SALE J
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACBE8    IMPROVED!
135  Acres  Under  TimoU'j!
THK UNDERSIGNED OFFERS for
Sale, on favorable terms, his sple»:
did Farm, situated on tho North Arm,
14 miles from the City of New Westminster and within four miles of the Town
of Granville, the
RAILWAY   TERMINUS.
Tlie Farm contains 331 acres of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
drained and freo from overflow at all
seasons.
Tlierc ar'i
*.■<:»    .U'Kfoi   ?•'.'.■;>*. i:i>,
Of Whieh .I3"i acres nre under timothyi
nnd the remainder under oats, root cropland pasture.
There is a good bearing or hard and a
splendid spring of pure water.
Thero are a comtoiiablc dwelling, two
double lmrns 120x4") feot, togothor witli
sheds and other out-buildings.
Tho Farm is well stocked with horses,
cattle, pigs, kc, and with the most improved agricultural implements and machinery, including a "Giant Reaper."
Tho property fronts ot« the North Arm,
and thoro is a wharf (not quite finished),;
alfording excellent landing for steamers.
There is no better farm m the country,
and it is in a condition to pay ft large
profit on the investment from the first.
The Kimii will be sold with or without
tho live stock.
For particulars apply oii tho premises
or by post to
HUGH MAGEE.
New West., July 4, 1882.
iy»
FURM5TUREI
mlTK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
.1. sure iu announcing that he is noyr
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at tho lowest possiblo prices*.
Cnbinet work and Upholstering dono
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all ita brrtnehes. The undersigned
lias tho only HEARSK in the City. A
eonttiuianco of public patronage solicited,
Old stand, noxc Ocoldont Hotel. ,
. J. G. runte;
Late Manager Selil's Branch Fnrnitnrc
Store. auote
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
XTO'licE IS HEltEBY GIVEN,
J\ that tlie City Tux™ tor 1882 or*
naff dllo .....I puv.il.k. nt tho oilloo of tho
('■ity Clerk.
JAMES ORR.'C. M. C
New West,, July 23, 1S32. jy!!ti Tir.TT «" -' -TV, !NwiEt it
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Municipal Notico A. Peele
Musical Instruction Miss Upton
Wanted to Adopt Mra. W
'Specials (3): Sewing Machines
lhe frifelt Columbian.
lVciliiesilnj Hunting* Oct.  IH, 1H85J.
Siniulc Justice.
Every Provinco excepting tliis received tlio frill nipasmoof tiio tel'ins
o£ union.   "Neatly every otlldt -Pro-
vroce 'lias obtained '•'better terms."
British Columbia never rccoivet! all
that'Canada covenanted to give, and
lias lever eitber asked or received a
single stiver tbat was -not stipulated
for in tlio terms of union. In respect
of tlie most Hiipeftanfc part of tliese
terms, Canada is in dofault to-day.
Canada solemnly engaged to com-
metKG actual contstruction of  tbe
Carndian Pacific  Railway-in tliis
Province two years after union and
to have tbe railway completed in ten
years after union.   Instead of that,
however, ■construction did not commence till ten years after union, and
there is little probability of its completion in less than eighteen years
after union. Herein is surely ground
for complaint—for substantial damages.    We do not mean to assert
that a material extension of the time
limit was not rendered  necessary.
But we do mean  to say tbat while
the inability of Canada to fulfil a
most important part of tho bargain
rendered relaxation of the time limit
necessary, it is not in acco'dance
wiih established theories of justice
that Columbia should bear all the
jieral consequences of Canada's failure.   To make ourselves move clear:
The railway clause in tbe teems of
■anon set forth that no real union
•can exist between British Columbia
and Canada without railway communication.   In 1872, relying upon
the faithful perforumrce of the railway obligation by Canada, aud in
view of tbe fact that the avowed
fiscal policy of the Dominion was in
the direction of free tiade, the Leg-
ihlature of British Columbia, acting
in a spirit of good faith and loyalty,
agreed to come at onco under tbe
Fede-al Customs Tariff, voluntui ily
relinquishing its own tariff of some
twelve ard a half per cent, which it
had a right to retain until the completion of railway communication.
But, as has beeu seen, Canada mado
serious default iu respect of the railway covenant.   Aiul not only so,
but she reversed her fiscal policy,
adopting one of extreme protection,
so that now, instead of paying twelve
per cent, as we would have been doing under our own tariff, we are
compelled to pay at least four times
twelve 1 Nor would the case havo
been so bad had this Province such
relations with   tho   older ones   as
■would enable our people  to avail
themselves of the domestic manufactures designed to be stimulated by
the present fiscal system.  Unable to
participate in the advantages of the
protective policy, Columbia is compelled   to pay into the Dominion
treasury protective, almost prohibitory, ditties upon hor imports! Thus
Columbia is made to suffer in a double sense for Canada's default.   We
have said that all the other Provinces got their due, and most of
them moie than their due, in the
form of "better terms."   Columbia
might bo presumed to have an equal
right with ber sisters to seek "better
terms."   Her absolute right to reasonable compensation for actual loss
arising from the failure of Canada to
fulfil tbe treaty obligations must bo
indisputable. It has beon slated that
the commencement of railway construction was delayed oigbt years,
and that there is every reason to anticipate similar delay in the completion of that work.   Clearly Columbia is entitled to receive from Canada
an amount equal to the difference
between the duties she would have
paid under her own tariff and what
she is paying now, computed for the
whole period covered by such delay.
No jury, no fair-minded person can
demur to that proposition.    Canada
Las, by her own default and for her
own advantage, placed Columbia in
this disadvantageous position.   Columbia does not, as she might, claim
damages; but she says to Canada,
"Hard bock the amount of revenue
I have, through your own default,
been compelled to- pay into your
treasury in excess of what was my
just contribution."  What could possibly be fairer than that? Columbia
needs the money badly enough. Can
nd* has it to snare— a huge surplus
piled up, composed in part of Colum
bia's excessivo contributions. Lot
an estimate be made, und let Canada
pay British Columbia an annual subsidy during the period of railway
postponement equivalent to the
amount of iCVenue she is paying into
the Federal Treasury in excess of
her just right. Other Provinces
havo obtained favors. Columbia
mere!)' asks justice.
Editorial Notes.
We have ropeatedly endeavored te
point out tho danger of tho selection
of tho southern route resulting in loss
to British Columbia of much of the
trade arising from railway work among
iho 'mountains; and in view of such a
•contingency, wo havo urged tho Government, in milking hucIi a concession
to the Company, "to require that the
work m tlie mountains shall bu com-
menctd and carried^ on in lhat way
best calculated to soeuro the trade to
this country. Iii doing this wo havo
been met almost with ridicule, and we
havo been told that aU would be right,
that there waa not the slightest ground
for apprehending anything of tho kind.
The following few lines, taken from
the leading newspaper in Washington
Territory, tends to show that a large
trade which must havo beeu all our
own had the Yellowhead route been
adhered to is already flowing through
foreign channels:
"Groat quantities of provisions for
the engineers on the Canadian Pacific
are shipped to Sand Point on the
Northern Pacific, from whence the supplies are taken overland on pack
trains."
In the address presented to His Excellency the Governor-General, a fow
days ago, the people of Kamloops
pointed to "the importance bolh to
the Dominion and tho Provinco of connecting tho water-stretches of the
Thompson and Columbia riven by rail
before railway work fo commenced in
the Rocky Mountains.*' We hcar.ily
join with tho peoplo of Itiruloops in
hoping that H'9 Excellency may realize
the importance of this, and that it mry
bo so impressed upon thu auUioriKoB
that measures will bo la-kin in time to
prevent tho loss to the country of tho
large trade arising from:tho expenditure of somo twenty odd millions in
tho mountains.
WANTED TO ADOPT;
A GIRL TWO TO TB'bEE YEARS
of age—fair complexion .and clean
blood and parentage, in place ofjury only
chilli, deceased.   Address Mrs. W., care
F. McDonald, Harrison' River, B. C.
(oc!8)
Musical Instruction!
MISS UPTON
WOULD BE fiLAD TO INSTRUCT
a fow music pupils at tlieir own
restdonco.   Tonus—$3.00 pel" month.
Clamloboyo Villa. oolSml
NEW WESTMINSTERS C
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY Given to the Eleetors of the Municipality of tho City of Now Westminster,
that I require the presence of tlio said
Electors at the COURT HOUSE, ou
WEDNESDAY, the 25th inst., at 12
o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing
two persons to represent thom in tiie
Municipal Council, One as Councillor for
St. Geo''go's Ward and ono as Councillor
for St. Andrew's Ward.
The mode of Nomination of Candidates
shall be as follows; The candidates shall
bo nominated in writing; the writing
shall he subscribed by two voters of the
Municipality as proposer aiul seconder,
and shall bo delivered to tho Rotumine
Officer at any -timo between the date of
the notice and 2 p. *>. of the day of the
nomination, and in the event of a Poll
being necessary, sueh Poll will be opened
oh SATURDAY, the 23th 'day of October.     .
Of which every person is hereby required to tal.e notice and govern himsolf
accordingly.
Given under my hand at New Westminster, this 17th day of October,
1882.
A. PEELE,
ocl8 Returning Officer.
$25 REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid to any person giving information leading to tliu conviction of parties
turning cattle, horses oi* hogs into the
Masonic or Oddfellows Cemetery.
By order of
H.   ELLIOTT,
W. HOWAY.
Pacific Coast Steamship (Jo's
STEAMER
SHlk VIOTORIA
,     OAPT.  REIOHMAN,
WILL SAIL FROM RAN FRAN-
etsco for New Westminster, -on
or about
wi'iwisiiav, ism o«toker, wm,
RETURNING-Will sail from New
Westminstor for Ban Francisco ou or
about MONDAY., 2'lrd inst.
For rates of Freight and Passage,
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS k CO.,
Sun Francisco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER,  Agent,
nth IS New Westminster.
A Novelty in Sauce
MONTSERRAT
Lime Fruit to Sauce,
1882.-1882.
—AT-
Finest Table Sauce in the Market
—FOIl—
ROAST   MEATS,    STEAKS,
I'isli, Curries, (ihnie, etc.
Wo take great pleasure in recommending the above Sauce to tho public for not
only its wholcsomenoss, being made from
pure MONTSERRAT (W. I. Island)
Lime Fruit Juice, but for its delicacy of
flavor, which makes it superior to any
Sauso ever ottered in this market.
LO\VB\TTllAL,LlVIXGSTflA'&CO.
Importers and Solo Ag tits for
the Pari lie Coust.
S?f For sale by all jobbers and retailers.
(oellm'3)
New West., Oct. 1.1, 1882.
In a recent issue we told some un-
palatablo truths about the agricultural
exhibition held at Victoria last month,
whereupon tho editor of iho Colonist,
who, it appears, was ono of tlio managers of tho exhibition, fori iiwiih got
up on his ea:(a fine largo ear it is)
and devoted a leading article to scolding us for having dared to criticise unfavorably what every honest man acquainted with tho fac.'s must admit to
have been anything but a gratifying
success. In doing this our contemporary has succeeded in producing sr>
true and faithful a portrait of himself
that we would, did considerations of
space permit, roproduoo the a/ticlo.
If for "Island" you read Mainland,
and for "Co liim in an" subsliCute Colonist, the picture will be period. Wo
are not going to attempt to argue with
an angry man; but we would just remind him that he has only indulged in
unbecoming blus'.or, instead of attempting to meet the points wo raised.
It is no answer to tell us (hat "£3,300
was p.,id in prizes." What woro tho
prizes for? There's tho rub! It io not
true to say that we "complained that
horse-racing was allowed," Wo have
no objection lo horse-racing. But wo
do object to considerable sums properly belonging to tho agricultural exhibition boing squ-.ndorcd upon badly
managed horse-races, foot-races, games
at bnso-ball and tho liko, and wo do
object lo (he time and attention of the
managers of the agricull nml exhibition
boing so al)3orbod with this "side
show" as to neglect their primary
duties. That this was dono wc mentioned several c'rcumstaucos to prove,
nud these allegations rest upon
something very much more reliable
than "gossip," Instead of meeting
these statements fairly, our con'om-
porarv loses his temper and foolishly
accuses us of the very faults which
constitute his own besetting sin. We
cannot rise above the truth. Wo will
not fnll bolow it, evon to please our
esteomed contemporary. Tho exhibition was a public ono, sustained by
public revenue, and weahnll not be
detorrod from exorcising the right of
fearless and impartial criticism by the
insolent swagger of ono Victoria contemporary or by tho idiotic drivol of
the other.
British-Columbia Afffiiicy of Toronto
Safe and Lock Works, J. & J
Taylor, Proprietors,
Theso celebrated safes arc inndo from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and havo all the modem improvements of
tho best American Firo and Burglar Safes,
including tho Sargent Greenleaf Dial
Lock, jteing of Canadian manufacture,
they aro duty free, and consequently can
ho sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.
Fire and llurglnr proof vault doors
manufactured of ull sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to threo
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on ifpplicatioii to the agents for
Uritish Columbia.
no2   M. W. VVaittA.Co., Victoria,
CARD OF THANKS.
rpHE SISTERS OF ST. ANN 1JEO
_L to return their sincere thanks to
tlie Ladies and Gentlemen who honored
them with their presenco at their Musical Entertainment of Thursday evening,
tlio 5th inst. They fuel under many
obligations to Mrs. Moresby and Mr.
Keary for valuable services rendered, as
also to the Ladies and Gentlemen who
exerted themselves so kindly in disposing of the tickets, and arc happy to state
that tho sum realised '5*'J0'i) reflects great
credit on all of them.
The Sisters, moreover, return their
best thanks to the Editors of both our
local papers for favors received.
New West., Oct. 13,1882.
ocM
Dry Goods,
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS.
F
[OU   SOUND,    USEFUL GOODS,
go to
W. ZR-J-X-IE
Who has on band a flue selection of
DRESS  GOODS
and a large stock of
DOMESTICS
—ixcLinjixo—
ELANNELS, TWEEDS, BLANKETS;
SHEETINGS,  COTTONS,  TICKINGS, PRINTS  mul  COT-
TON-ADES.
Geiillt'iut'ii, Take Notice I
Fashionable   Clothing!
HATS,    TIES,    BRACES,   SHIRTS,
Evory viiriuty aiul nil kinds of
UNDERWEAR.
A oomploLo lino of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
HAY, POTATOES, k SHINGLES.
•w. "r.a-:e,
oclltc Columbia Stukkt.
CALL AXD EXAMINE OVlt
lliif! Millinery!
Latest in the Market!
~WJft ARK PKEPARE'D TO SHOW
Vl the newest styles and fabrics in
the trade. Onr Show Room will bo
found replete with all the latest
London and San Francisco
Styles.
MANAGED BY  A   FIRST-CLASS
ARTIST.
SATISFACTION    GUARANTEED.
Splendid variety of
Lace Collarettes. Fi'llHnss aiul
Tics, Ribbons, Flowers,
Flushes, Saliiis, Velvets, tinti Moires.
A largo  atonic   of   FEATHERS   ami
LACES of   nil kiii.ls.
AVo would call ntl.ci.tion to onr assort-
ment of- GQRSETS nud LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, So.
BERLIN    Mid    ZEPHYR    WOOLS,
CREWELS and EMBROIDERING.   SILKS, ,
oclltc Colombia Stuket.
&CO'S.
22 CASES
IsTE^W
11 SHD'O
—OOLUMl-T ---
re
B
D, McPHADEN
EGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE
hns just opened a
FAMILY GROCERY
And General PROVISION AND FEED
STORE, in Deane's Brick Building, next
to tlio Colonial Hotel, whore ho linn in
stock a complete and carefully selected
assortment of
Plain and Fancy Groceries.
Parties requiring anything in the above
line will find it to their ndvantago to call
and examine my Goods and prices beforo
purchasing.
itiT Tho highest market prico'paid for
Farm and Dairy Produce,
N. R.— Gooda delivered freo in any
part of tbo City.
D. McPHADEN.
Now West., Oct. 10, 1882. ocll
COLIJWIATE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C.
RE-OPENS   AUG.   30,  1S82.
VISITORS:—Rev, R. Jamikhos, Rkv.
C. Watson.
HAXAGKRS: — W. J. Atimstronq,
M. I*. P., J. S. Cloth, Esq., Rkv.
E. Roii-soN, (J, (J. Major, Esq.
TKAcnsfis :•••
H.   M.   STItAitBERO, B.A., PlUNt'II'Al.;
Matbeifttttics, Classics and History.
Rkv. W. J. Dowi.rr, II. A.,VicK-PniN-
OIFAI't Modern  Luugunges,  Scicnco
and Literature.
L. R. MoInkes, M. D,;   Anatomy,
Physiology nud Hygiene,
Mrs. D. Roiwo.n*; Voice Culture and
Ait of Singing.
Instrumental Music (piano) by a first-
class teacher,
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into four
terms of 10 weeks each.
BIPKNSKS:—
Tuition, High School, por term, §15.00.
Board, per term, $46,00,
Music (vocal or iiiBtrumeiital),pi!r term,
filO.OO.
Use of Instrument for practice,  per
term, $3.00.
Washing, 50 cents per doz.
For circulars, with fuller information,
apply to
E. ROBSON,
Sec,-Treas.
New West., July 20, 1882, iy'22
Challenge Accepted!
THK EXCELSIOR HAND HERE-
by pick up tho "gauntlet thrown
down by Professor Austin" on luihalf of
tho Victoria Militia Band of nifiateurs,
and will play tlicni for S2."i0 or upwards
and the championship of British Columbia. Place, New Westminster; time,
5th October,
Tho Excelsiors having deposited §100
with Mr. McColl, require the Victorians
to do likewise.
PHIL. BRANDON,
so30t.il Bandmaster.
Beino- the First Instalment for the
Season.
CONSISTING     01*
(INALL TKE L WEST SHAPES)
Cashmeres, Melange Twills,
All Wool Plaids, Dress
Serges, Winceys, &e.
BLACK   AND    COLORED
BRQOABED & MOIRE SILKS
Satins in all shades, Velvets,
&c.,  &e.
Black, Colored, Brocaded and
Plain Velveteens.
New   Brocaded   Grenadines
for evening wear.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Fur-Lined Circular Cloaks
and Dolman Ulsters.
Latest  Styles in 151ack and
Colored Jackets.
A Fine Liheot Ladies' Skirts,
for Fall and Winter.
A New Lot. of double-width
Ulster & Mantle Cloths.
MILLINERY!
Now on view, the finest
assortment of Flowers and
Feathers ever shown in this
City.
New shapes ill Hats and
Pounds, trimmed and un-
triiiiined.
A splendid line of Spanish,
Maltese, Fan, Valenciennes,
Byzantine, and Beaded Laces,
in White, Black and Cream.
A nice stock -of Beaded
Gimps and Fringes, and Fur
Trimmings.
Ladies', Gent's, Misses and
Children's HOSIERY, in
endless variety.
A good stock of Flannels,
Sheetings (white and unbleached), .Calico, White
Linens, Ticks, Towels, Table
Cloths, and Covers, Napkins,
&c, &c.
A splendid line of Fall and
Winter GLOVES.
CLOTHING!
A large lot of Men's and
Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Pants,
Overalls, and Jumpers, &c.
WJ.iite and Colored Dress
Shirts, Baltic Flannel, Cotton, Merino, and Knitted-
Wool Under Clothing, Collars,- Cuffs, and Neckties.
Valises, Satchels, and Carpet Bags, in all sizes.
JAS. ELLARD & CO.,
LONDON HOUSE,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. 0.
iiinuon u
a
d
WISHES TQ DISPOSE OF HIS
entire mm OF
AT COST PRICE!
(EITHER IN LOTS OR BULK)   j
FOR CASH! i
•-■AL'SO'
O.G. MAJOR
(fltttigiBeiianMe)
Will be sold on the Instalment Principle.
ALL ACCOUNTS
due must be paid on
or before 15th September next.
Call,   Examine,  and
Secure a Bargain!
THE
THIS St'LKNDII) NEW HOTEL id
now "coir.illt.to. mul Upon for tlio
tmvolLtlig I'utilie. IL ia finisliwl und furnished for plonaui'o mid comfort.
TI-IID   T_AJ3XJ:E.
Is always supplied with the bcut iu thii
iiito'Uei.
THE . 13JL.-B,
In also supplied with tho-ltt-st of Liquova
and Cigars.
To those seeking plcanuri) with tho
Hfid aiul (Imi—the BM'MUndli'ft of Port
Hanoy are a mi'ieoi Gaum Field. Tho
rod linhing of the Lillooet rivor, the best
in British Columbia, >b wit'iiu a mile uf
thu llcit-l.
From tho balcony of the Hotol ia obtained a liiosit magnifietint view up anil
down thu Feasor river, six miles each
way.
Tho lofty Mount Baker to tho .South
and the "Golden Kara" to tho North nro
the iiuest subjects for the artist ou tho
Mainland.
The "Great Land SHtlo" of 70 that
sunk 40 acres of the Howison Farm to a'
depth of one hundred foot belo-y the
level of the surrounding grounds, and its*
boiling
SULPHER    SPRINGS
stand within a quarter of a miln of the
Hotol, and thb roaring Falls of tho Kanaka are within a mile of the House.
Those ..coking a vvcok's holiday can
nowhere in 11. C. find more interesting
surroundings or spend a moro pleiisiuit
time.
To Invalids, in oases of rheumatism     .
aud all   nerv6nr- diseases the Sulpha*    ,
Springs Sponging Hatha act In a moist
miraculous way.   Invalids will bless tho'
day they threw drugs to tho dogs and    (
tried   tlio mag"id Hatha of tho famous
Springs of Fort Haney.
WILLIAM ROSS,
PltOPRIETOlt;
Port Ilnn.y, Sept. 5, 1882. neff mi
lite §ritislt Coluiiibiait.
M'edocHd-iy Meruhig, '«.(. 18, W&.
Oscar Wildo fo wriiirig a book on
America and its people.
; Tbe annual pv-je shoo'ing at Iho
Peel Range this mor-iiti*-*;,
., Tho SyHeir's Union advanced wages
to $2 per day ou Lako Ontario.
„Th,e Gfcvernor-General n*id parly
may bo oxpected to arrive horo to-,
morrow.
The Methodist Church oF Canada
iHppor'ed 8130,000 tor rtiisBion work
for tlie year.
, 'Elsewhere will bo found a letter
from Mr. 0. Booth, wliich was published in the Colonist.
Tho United Stales postal depiui-
"inent has producod a surplus -revenue
of a million and a half.
.Mr. Austin, of 'he Occident, has
presented a beautiful silver cup as a
prize to he shot for 10-day.
§70,000 worth of canred lobsters
pro ready fur shipment from Btilifii*:,
N.S., to London, England.
. The star that leads them all—the
Silent Wanzer Sowing Machiue, Examine
them at G. Leiser's store. on IS
., '.-Social "Dance—at the Ska'ing Pink
this evening, under the auspices of Iho
gentlemon comprising the E:celhior
Band.
WilliamB, who was suspee'ed of having set firo to Bowman's livery slables,
"lias been discharged for luck of evidence.
, Cap!;. Millard has succeeded in having the steamer Gem raised and
■placed on the beach, where sho will bo
•repaired.
The steamer Enterprise, Oapt. Gardiner, arrived from Victoria at 4.15
yoserdiiy afternoon, with freight und
passengers.
Lord Du florin is to bo ehva'od to Mio
r;tnk of Marquis, as a recognition of
'liis grand diplomatic achievements at
Constantinople.
The Wairaf- Sewing Machines a e sold
ou easy tenns feud at reasonable price*),
,"a«* we employ no canvasser. Compare
them with others, oclS
The steamer Gertrude, Opt Odin
Returned from Yule ou Mondi-y aftor
noon wiih passengers aiul freight, con
Meeting with the Slopo for Victoria.
Capi. Jummett writes from Pemhor-
ton Meadows;—'Tho wcathci' hero ia
very lino; tho nights cold. Moaqni-
'toes very bad during the day time."
Tho Vicioria sails from San Francisco for this port direct on Wednesday (this) evening, and will leave for
'San Francisco on or about the 2<*rd,
. Tho sle-unor Wes'eru Slope, dpi.
Moore, Arrived from Victoria on S.tlur-
iiight. with freight ind passengers,
"connecting with the Ger.rade for Yale.
The great McNameo libel caso, to
\he surprise of all, and iu direct opposition to the evidence and ihe judge's
•charge, resulted in a verdict of acquittal.
Tho Churchman's Ga.-ile co*i',iins
an interesting account of lhe mission
work performed liy tho Cowley Fathers
nlnutz the'line of tho C. '\ It. abovo
Lio.
Mr. Marcus Smith has •jmio ovor
the railway lino as far as work is in
progress for tho purpose of making a
|h thorough inspection bo.'oro going* to
Ottawa,
Tho post-oflico auihori'ics are cTec-
ing arrangements for llio recap'ion and
> deli vory of a daily mail at Re-jina.
. bonding tho erection of a posl-ufltce
building.
, lite Kev. J, B. Good preached his
farewell sermon at Lyanti on ihe.'h'd
P and was afterward tlio recipient of a
Uatteriug address and a substantial
tosttnioiiial.
The s1.earner Enterprise*-, Capl. Gar-
W diner, came up from Vicairia on Sua*-
' day and took away tho balance of the
cattle brought down by thelrvi-ig on
Friday night.
, The aieamer It. P. bit hot,■ Oiipi.
Jno. Irving, arrived fwnl Vicioria on
Saturday night wtili freight and pus-
C Jseoger., and left for Nanaimo on Sum-
I day morning.
I    Wo learn lhat   thoro   is splendid
***** Knipo-Blioottng on the Langley botto.ns
now, nnd tho sportsman can always bu
[taure of comfortable quarters at "Jemmy Taylor's."
Wo regret to havo to announce tho
j death, on Monday last,  of it bmii of
. Mr. Mclnnes, of tho Sunuysido Hotel.
, Granville*-an itifcerosUng lad of sdmu
oi'dit summers.
In tho case of Mv. Trow, M. P. for
South Perth, against Mr. Glen for-an
attempt at blackmail, the jury found t
verdict of guilty with a recommendation to mercy. Glou was sen teheed to
one monilrs imprison incut wi" li hard
labor.
. Tho steamer R. P. ft'hot. Capt.
Jno,' Ivvirig, returned from Nanaimo
on Monday with 250 tons of coal. This
is understood to conclude her work
for ' he season and sho will probably
go into winter quarters in the courso
of a few days.
Gonoral Manager "Van Home of the
Canadian Pacific Railway states, that
iho whole of the line north of LaVe
Superior will be under contract by
.Inn. 3, 3S83, and that no:*.t season
work on tbo western division frill bo
completed to the Hookies.
According to official returns, the
mauu'W.ureH, ■ftp,', of othor provinces
imported into Manitoba during tho
focal year ending 30':h Juno lust
amounted to 810,570,000, and it h
eslimate'l that the current year's im-
por's will o::ccod 816,000,000.
BY   TELEGRAPH!
SPECIAL DESPATCHES to the COF.UMB.IAH.
Iathrt Nkws.— Arrival of tiie celebrated Wauzer Sowing Machine at the
store of G. Leisor. oc'P
Bank of B. C—Office hours, from
1'Oa. in. to 3 p. m."*."' Saturdays, from
10 a, m. .to 12 m. Keeping open later,
ou htoamcr nidits discontinued.
"Honor to Whom Hono?.."—*While
Mr. (Joo. W. Chadstij was wBessiiig
the Chilliwhack municipa'ity ho bad
ihe misfpr'.uiie lo lose "?20, which was
found by Mr. Jno. Chapman and safely
returned fo iho owner.
Dr*A'.\i*».—Tho steamship Victoria
lid not get away from Nanaimo as
soon ps was er.poo!Gd, and she was do*-
aiuetl on tbo way down by rough
wen.'lior, having been obligod to seek
shelter near Columbia river. The con-
Bep'uojice is tbat she does not sail from
San Francisco :iIl this evening,whon
shu will come direct.
Tn?: Papsr Hunt. —Hov Royal
Ili'-huest*. tho Princess Louise and
stiiio, tho Liou'ouant-Gnvernor and
Mrs. Oiirnwall wove among the participants in the pap-jr-lmut from Stada-
coua yesterday. There wero a large
number at tbe hunt, and llio spAft was
excellent. Tiio hares wero Messrs. Il,
Tolmit) and P. Fin.{ays6i),—Colorii i'.
Thb R-.mj Mi^'Inu. -At the Poelo
Range ai 10 o'clock (.hia, tnurnitu? will
commence tho second annual prize
mceJt'g of tho New Westminster Rifle
Association. Thero arc threo matches
and twou'y-oight prizes ranging all Iho
w;iy from the President's silver cup
down to a pair of sleeve buttons, besides twon,.y-(H*o money prizes. Should
Uio weather bo ai all tine there will
doubtless be a Tail* ni tendance.
Gofernor-Gciierars Movements
Kdit.-.oors. Oct. 13. —-GoVernor-
Goiiernl and parly returned to-day
from tho upper .country, having boon
liivoo'ijli the Spatlu'incheon, Okanagon
and Salmon river vailoys. His Er.cel-
lency spoko to many of tbe settlers at
these-places and 'conversed with them
on lhe subject of iho prospects of the
coun'Ty as regnrus farming and entile'
raising. Ho is greatly pleased with
the extraordinary beauty of tho seen'
cry and thu evidences that heavy crops
of wheat can be raised in the valley
bottoms, although tho space is limned.
The party loft at 10.30 aud will goto
Ashcrofi to-night.
Yale, Oct._17.~-His Excellency tho
Governor-General and party arrived
hero by train frotrft Alexandria Bridgo
ai' 3 p. nt, yesterday, and loft at II
a. m. to-day on the Pacific Slope for
somo point on the river whore Jhey
will spend a day shooting, arriving at
New Westminster on Thursday. From
thence '-hey will go to Nanaimo ou
Friday, and probably reach Victoria
Saturday,
Weather continues wet and cold.
P.iver, however, at a stands'ill.
Hor,B, Oct. 17. — Tho Governor-
General aud party passed horo ou tho
st-camcr Pacific Slope ut noon to-day.
-Kamloops $kcc&
The annual race-meeting of the
Kamloops Joe^oy Club was held on
the. 6th and 7th inst. Tho weathor
was fine, tbo track in good condition,
the entries numerous, (lie attendance
largo and the sport good. Ou tbe first
day tho Kamloops Sluices was won by
MeCou[lull's •'Queen"; the Hallway
Scurry ity Urcn'a "Ki'ly Cooney": tho
Colonial Stakes by Shaver's "Fo-Imll'':
and the Tally-Ifti S.akflB by Williams'
>(Sou;li River Ned."' On the second
day tho Setters'Shakos was won by
Shaver's "Foilial1'; ilit- Government,
Plato by W. Ij. Wilson's ""Dominion";
the. Nieola "Valley.Stakes' by M.eKin*
iron's ''Princess Lpuise": npd tlio Consolation Si dice's by Victor's "Nimrod."
Betting wns lively, aud the meeting
waa generally admitted to be a success.
. Tho ateamor Win. Irving, Capt.
Insley, returned from Vale on Monday
hnight. Amongst tho large number of
paaaongera who came down by her was
Mr. Justice Gray.
It is .proposed to tender a public
[■banquet to His Excellency tho Gov-
lernor-General at Vicioria.   His E:>
lellency has accepted an invitation to
line with the Union Club.
Hon. Mr. Aikins was gitfot'edLieu-
i "tenant-Governor of Manitoba from thu
' Sch day of October. A notice appears
. in the Gazette making it read, "from
-the 2nd dny of December ne:.t."
Mr. Green - Ar my t ago publishes a
card in whioh ho complains that those
'tat the upper end of the District insisted upon running their man at the risk
of defeat, Betting local prejudices abovo
'pari-v.
Sir E. Solby Smith, formerly Goner-
|*al-com man ding in Canada, nnd who
visited this province some years ago,
has been offered the governorship of
Newfoundland by the Imperial Government.
Tho Reamer U. P. JliUlot had a
|hiarr»w escape last week from a blast
let olF in n bid! at Union Bar as she
■Svas passing—sending a shower of rock
■fragments over hev and -terrify ing tho
^poMongon,
The oft*Einpros8 Eugone lias bouglit
a chateau and park in Styria for £.100,-
pHX), and it is no secret that rhe ffutla
■England* in anger at tho attonticna
nhown to Cetewayo, whom sho hates
But the death of her mn in Africa.
Tp.ehant.—A very handsome Communion set has been prcaontod to All
Saints' Church, Trenunt, by Ml*, and
Mrs. C. Green. This gift was purchased for Mr. Gruen by his daughter
ii England*, and sent out last autumn,
but for somo reason or oilier did not
iirrivo hex* until almost overy hopo of
ffoUing it had disappeared. We heartily I'uiuk the donors for their efforts in
supplying a very pressing want.---
Ciiv.reliman's Caxeite.
Unlawivl Ent ;v.— Daring Sunday
ni;;ht an atto.npt was trade to burglar-
i:-.o tho preuiises of Mr. Henry Debin,
trader, Front street. Carefully removing four panes of glass and cutting
tho sash, the leading operator projected hfo head and s'loulders through the
npertlifo} aud was in the act of ligbt-
;i nm.cti for ihe purpoao of recon-
noilering t-tiu premises when >.ho pro-
prieuir raised hiuuelt up in bed and
iho fellow made quick exit, aud got
away.
. ■»
Niobly CAuniiv.--Two men mado
.heir escape last woek from tho poni-
lout'ary*—prison on McNeil's Island,
Puget Sound. Taking a boat belonging to tho tiHtaulishmont ihey landed
at Mud Bay whore they .sold the boat
aud made thoir way over hero. Tlio
authorities having tracked thom, arrived iu this city on Monday, and
whilo iu the aot of getting a warrant
ono of the convicts hove in sight aud
was nabbed, jfllo othor will most likely be keeping him company ere long.
Music ami Eaftn,
If Scott's "Magic Balm" possesses ns
much merit aa iho musical performances of himself and company, we have
no hesitation 111 recommending it to
our readers. His "roe concerts iu the
Drill Shed last Saturday and Monday
evenings •were al tended by a large
number of our citizens, both ladies and
gentlemen, and all must have been delight od with the ravo musical treat*.
Mr. French lias a rare tenor voice of
marvelous purity and compass, and
knows well how to uso il. Mr. Lawrence is an excellent baritone, and the
professor himself possesses au exceedingly line b.-ns. Ho is likewise it most
accomplished organist. The concerted
pieces wure rendered with a precision
which comes only from thorough training; and tho three vetoes, supported
by the organ, produce*.! au amount of
harmonious and bouui if ul Strains which
fairly astonished tho aiulieucu. Asa
solo singer Mr. French lias very fow
superiors. Sonic of ihe comic performances were Bcnrcoly of tin elevating
iemlo*'cy, aud mi-Jit lmvo been omitted wii.hout detracting from the outor-
tainninu's. .Wo believe Prof, Scott
disposod of a great many bottles of his
celebrated Balm, the merits qf wliich
havo been largely recognised elsewhere. Ilo proposes to establish nn
agency in this city whore it will bo
kept always on sale. The company
left for Burrard Inlet yesterday morning, where ihoy will fcivo two concerts
and as many boales of Balm ns thu
poople feel disposed io purchase.
To ilie Marquis of Lome.
Hail! Son of Caledonia's Chief! -
Though -proud our spirits, with relief
\V6 bend a willihg knee before
Aiifcif-r-Rwhieh links us to out- native shore.
All honor to thy royal spouse—
What need to prove a Scotchman's vows?
Masked trcasoti mayuplift its hand)
Ours to be true to Fatherland.
Years may have passed since last we trod
"With lightsome step our nativo Hod)
Years more may pass, and valued bo
But as they bring us nearer thee.
Though fame and fortune be in store,
A greater honor jni/c we more.
Than Scotland's worthy sons to be,
"What nob'er fame for ns oi' thee!
Kamloops, 6th Oct., 18SS.
(j:-:
FoMeeCoflrfi
l W. N. I'*o nntl W. Tl. I*ori]l, Etqt*.)
Cassia :i.—The nens from Ill's northern gold-field is ra'.hor more favorable
than was generally e*.pcctod. Tho
yield has baon "reaier luat season in
proportion to tho number of miners at
work than during any previous one,
while tho prospucts ahead are bettor.
To hear of 8*3 nuggets aiid art interest
iu a claim changing bauds at §1,200
cash romirds one moro of old-time
mining news. Claims on the lower,
portion of McPame'B oieek, sold to
ilioir present Chiuose ownors a fow
years ago, aro ]'ayuig woll ntid their
former owners would be glad to have
thu n back aga'n.
Man Mi'jslno — Fea:-s o? Foul
PiAV.—Harry Melville, a settlor of
upper Sumas, has been missing sinco
last May. The rooson iho settlers have
not boon unbusy was they thought ho
might have gone to W. T. The Postmaster at Sumas reports nine letters in
iho (i-liui* to hfo address and also a
package of goods at tho Landing that
havo not befen ended For. Au Indian
tells tho story that Melville employed
hiin to como a id work for hint. Ho
M'cuit to Melville's house and as Melville was* absent hu wailed Bomb time,
In tliv interval ho hoard iho rdporfc
of a gnu in the woods nnd in a few
minutt-tj iin Indian came out of tho
woods with a gun. Upon being nsked
what ho was shooting at ho replied a
Usher. Tlio ntiihoritioa should sift tbo
matter at once.—Com.
S'sr T. It. Pearson k Co. wish to draw
atiicutio'i to tho fact that they are pro-
paved to lake subscriptions for all Canadian, American and British newspapers
and ' periodicals at publishers' prices,'
Without charging additional for remittance of money.—il (in,
Tho Court met at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, when the asmiult case—
Kennedy r. L'ethbrid^e—was taken up.
Mr. Kennedy coiuluu'ed his own case.
Messrs. Thee, Davie and Gordon E.
Corbould appeared for the do'enao.
In placing h:s case beforo thu Court,
Mr. Kennedy referred io tho .array of
legal talent against him and went on
to rein « an ntuusi -gn'necdoio appropos
to the lijutUion) nnd caused considerable amusement .»y somo of hfo hits,
In tho wi .'ess.io:;, Mr. Kennedy
gavo a brief account-- of iho circumstances; but it was wheii lie came undor tho trying cross elimination of
Mi1. Davie that tho real fun commenced. For moro ibau half an hour
the wily and astute lawyer endeavored
to pit-ixu ilie armor of .ho witness; but
in vain. He found tbat hu hnd caught
a Tartar, who gnvo him a Holland for
overy Oliver. Tlio adi'niincB'fl with
which every question wns met nud iho
ready wit and agility displayed in hitting out. now at Iho adversary, now nt
tho o:.iumning counsel, convulsed the
largo audience with ill-suppressed
laugh.'er and perple.iod ilia counsel.
We havo not room for the ovidonco,
nud shall not nttompt a description of
the proceedings.
The prosecution called one wiiress,
who did not help bis case much.
Tho Defense called three witnosses,
who gavo an account of tbo affair differing in somo rospee a from that givon
by tbo Prosecution. Thero was a vory
great deal of irreiovaut. matter imported into tho case on both sides.
Tho case boing closed at 12 o'clock
tho Court adjourned (ill 1:80.
Upon the re-ttssc-mbling of the Court
the cross-action—Loth bridge r. Kennedy waa taken up. The samo counsel
appeared for Mr. LoLhhridge, aud Mr.
Konuudy conducted, his own case. The
ovidonco being substantially tho same
as that adduceod in the former ciibo,
liuicli leas time waa consumed. Our
I'oportcr waft just iu time to hear tho
concluding part of Mr. Kennedy's
really able addroes to tho Court.
Tho Court having retired, resumed
in about half an hour, when Mr. Bole
announced that onu of tho Magistrates
was in favor of dismissing both cases,
nud tho other was iu favor of lining
both partios, so that the result was nil
Tifo Mi Election.
Owing 'o the line being down wo
wore unable to obtain any laler information than what ennio by Monday'-*
mail. According to that, thero wero
GO votes polled in tho town of Yale", nt
least 36 of which woro cast for Mr.
Martin: and 22 wore polled nt Hope, n
majority of which are believed to have
been cast for Mr. Martin, Inasmuch
as Yale was generally understood to be
Mr, Humphrey's stronghold, there
seems to bo every reason for believing
tha': Mr. Martin has been elected by a
largo majority.
Ifc appears that a list of somo ninety-
si ■{, names of persons claiming to have
tho ri'dit to vote waa sucroctly prepared
aud sprung on the olect-ou, and it is
stated that Mr. Returning Officer
Dewdnoy, acting under instructions
fromlJames Bity,ordored tho deputy returning officers to receive them. These
are slated to bo names wliich had not j
boen sent in to the collector of votes
i wo months prior to the election, ami,
consequonf-ly, had no right to bo placer1.
ou ihovotor's lists. This hi legation
involves a charge of so very b.iimis a
character against tlio parlies cor.i i.rncd
iu ihe fraud that we feel it uur duty to
defer all comment un.il moro is laiown
about it.
It appears that the deopdnjil plot
did not altogether auci.n'J, as most of
tliese spurious votes are said tfe tune
been refused by the "Deputy Returning
Officers. Threo of them were, however, polled at Yale, the Ret lien nig
Oiiieer receiving them oii th'e grnuud
of their being transfers from other
districts; but that did not help the
matter. We shall havo inure to'say
about thu impudent fraud by-and-by.
cay Council.
Council mot on Monday evening.
Preseni, tho Mayor and Councillors
'jW.cAe.id, Curtis, Johnston and
Siii.es.
A loiter was road from Mr. .Bole
stating ho was not' retained by E.
Brown aud others to prosecute Council; also from E. Brown notifying t'io
Counc'l tbat he would apply tu the
Supremo Court for a Rule to show
cause why tho Sunday By-lay should
not bo quashed for illegality.
A number of bills were passed.
O.i motion, it was resolved that tho
Count}'! purchase tho pavilion on Albeit Crescent from Celebration Oom-
tni  ee for uso of citizens.
On uio ion, the resignations of Councillors Edmonds nnd Mathers were accepted, and tho Clerk was instructed
to take necessary steps lo fill vacancies.
On motion, tho Board of Works
were authorized to have Patrick street
laid o'f so that the chaitigang can get
to work iherooii
On ino. ion, Councillors Townsend,
Shiles nnd Curtis wore appointed a
Committee to consider advisability of
ostabl'ahing it city pound.
Af'er some routine business Council
adjourned till next Monday.
Camion.
Wc beg to call the attention of the
trade ana the public to the well-kfnowu
ijimlity and elegance of finish of our
Cold Caxes, guariujieed by na to lie of
eighteen karat Gold, IT. a, Mint a:;s;iy,
ot pf fourteen karat Gold, as may be
'itiiinped, and alao to oiu* mode of selling
the same,,{;liat-fi*ig onlyJor-tho Actual
Wkihiit.of the gold used, end not for
the base 'metal ebinprisurtjn springs, key
pipes, Idling of crown, etc.,.,To illustrate
which a tag accompanies each ono of our
Cold Coses, which plainly indicates not
only the gross weight of the case, but
also the Net weighf of the gold.
In explanation Of the above we desire
to eay that the old plan of charging for
the gross weight of tho case, nail-it .wore
all gold, worked well enough as long as
the manufacturers were content with the
amount of brass and steel actually i*o
quired in its construction" but when the
business was degraded into a contest as
to who should get tbe most banc metal
into the least quantity of gold and call it
a Gold ease, then the time came when,
iu tho interest of dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary to adopt a
nhin of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much ('oui.eaoh cose contained.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham "Watches will observe that every
gontiiiie watch, whether gold or silver,
IJoarS our trade mark on both case and
movement, Oold cases are stamped "A.
W, Co. •" and guarantee certificates accompany them. Silver cases are stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are acconmiihicd by
guarantee certificates, signed JI. K. Robbing, treasurer. Tho name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irresi'.jefwe of either distinguishing
marks. Thia caution is rendered necessary by reason of tho fact that our cases
are frequently separated from our movements* and put upon ■ worthless movements of other niukcrs and vice versa,
thus aH'odting injuriously the perform-
3 of the patches, and vitiating our
uanttT, wliich fo intended to cover
only oiu* (.ompf'ite watches wholly made
;>y us. .It it*, necessary also, beciuse it is
en nittc'rjous as to be a jniblic scandal
that ihciv is great fraud ;n the metal
fluidity of both gold and silver cosob ob
ihtw geiieialiy Bold. We have demon-
"■ttakcl by frequent assays that many
gold and stiver .cases ottered in the tnar-
ke.t are debased from 10 to 20 per cent.
from tlie quality they assume to be.
This is a fraud upon the purchaser, and
no-counts for the low prico at whieh sueh
cosea •jva.feches have been sold.—Amuri-
cA>r Watch Comp.wy, Waltham, Mass.
NOTICE.
k N IMPRESSION" HAVING GONE
J\_ nbioa.l that I lmvo disposed of my
property at l'ort H*ii.ey, I hereby state
that such, i'i i.'.t the clue.
TH01IAS HANEY,
au30tc Vort Haney, B.C.
FOR RENT OR SALE.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
pOOK BIKDER, PAPER RULER,
O and Blank Hook Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines; illustrated Papers,
etc., neat.; and cheaply .Bound.
Government street, Victoria, II. C.
Su-Tcy Council*
Council ihot pursuant to adjourn-
men!.; all the members prosont.
Con'uiiinicat.itiDB were received from
Messrs, llobsoii. Oliver, Anderson,
and C.:pn.
Tho following bills wore ordorod
paid:— Kubsou Bros., pHtitin^. 814.20;
John Oliver, salary account.. ^.i0; John
Jolintitun, contract ttccouni, J?7o; A. L.
Hue1., bounty on panfHer, Sti.oO.
On mofion, ihe communications of
Moshrii. Ander^olt and Uaim were laid
over lill no'.t niooiing.
Ou motion, (ho Revonue Bylaw was
reconsidered and adoptod.
On motion, tho Clerk was instructed
io employ a surveyor to survey a road
from thu Yalo road to llai-'h'a cannery, also a road from the Mud Bay
mad down ' he south bank of ihe Nico-
milel river to Blncl.io's spit.
Ou motion, the Clerk was instructed
to obtain a municipal election by-law
from Mr. Bole.
Council adjourned till the 23ih inst.
at 10 a. in.
1882
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More than 100 acres dyked and fenced,
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to -> '
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to your paper and as a citken and merchant of New Westminster, I claim a
short apace in your columns for the pur-
posc of answering certain strictures on
my conduct regarding itjie early closing
movement, which you havo been kind
enough to publish from time to time; and
sullicc to say that I have for sale everything that is calculated to'feed tlie hungry iind clothe the naked; and If need be
I will get out of my bed to serve my
customers, which, I assure you, are getting to bo vory numerous. I have not
the least objection that those philanthropists who wi.**h to consult their own caso
rather than their customers' convenience
close up altogether.
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re'irodciitii Wlmt Ih bost In Aiiiurlcini liti'iutiin*
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THE MINISTER'S SON.
me she kenned her leddysltip sac
weelj" and ihis oinmission she nover
could forgive.
CHAPTER IT.
'CHAPTER I
K'AIILY 1'RIENUS.
(Contfrttifld,)
Slie could not send back soiho bcau-
tifully'bound volumes which reached
her a week later, with no clow fo their
donor savo-a BmnU hiiiinl on therfly-
leaF, that no eye but her own observed. The thought that she had beeu remembered brought some comfort to
her aching heart, and by-anaVby tho
healthful discipline of dnily duties-and
'household cares wrought upon hor, so
'that she came to regard I hat short season of love its a wonderful interlude, a
beautiful vision, apart from the routine
of any possiblo life.
Nevertheless the old monotonous o;.-
istsneo was often intolerably irksome
to her aetrve -spirit, and sho missed
Muriel CftfnpbeH'B frequent visits sorely.
\Vhen, therefore, (.trough the influence of Sir Duncan Forbes and his
bride, a certain James Romiett was
presented to (ho jitlle kirk uoarost
•Glen Monoch, Marion was interested
■in him, because he had lately seen and
spoken, to her friend, whoso now homo
was in tho parish of which his father
•was the minister.
Tho young man, -on "his side, ndiriir*
etX the erect figure and easy gnifc of ihis
handsome Highland ,-jirl as she went
out afier her fai Iter's cows, and wondered that her large gray eyes wore always so oold and calm.
The time came, by-nnd-by, when
they were not cold to hiin; and when
Marion quitted her home and entered
the tiny manse as n wife she believed
that she was giving her heart truly
with her hand, for sho hnd consed to
think of that othor briof episode in her
life, c.cept in su far as each one of us
think-* tenderly of a first fancy. Yefc
it haA left its impress on hor cliarac' or,
for -it had given her a glimpae of tho
romance of love. She was concent now
with James .Dennett's quiet wooing:
but, in somo future day of trouble, hor
warmer nature might long for a franker affection, and, driven back upon
itself, might recall that fair-dream with
regret.
When Bennett's father died ho received a oall from tho little congregation of Tillybodlo, and with a content-
led mind took possession of the home
■of his boyhood.
His wifo, (eo, was glad, for tho
Forbes'estuto of Invorallan Hall lay
•close at hand; and sinco her marriage
Many a kindly letter and thoughtful
gift had proved that Lady Forbes had
not forgotten her girlish friendship.
She and her husband wore away on
a visit when tho Bennetts arrived, but
•everything hud boen made ready for
thein by hor orders; and iho pots of
forns and flowers, no less than the
fresh cream aud hot rolls, showed liow
carefully she had thought over overy
del ail that should make a pleasant welcome in their home.
The preparations wore superinl ended
by Mrs. Simpsun, iho old house-keeper
at the Hall, who was nob a Iii tie surprised at tbeir esietvt, and was consequently tho mure curious to see the
new-comers.
She was a stately personage, far
more imposing in appearance than her
young mistress, and prided herself
justly on the possession of many excellent qualities—on none moro than
'cm her power of keeping herself nod
others in their proper places.
*$%*& had known James Bennett's :
homely parents well, and had been a J
favored visitor at iho manse, where,!
when the family was away, and sbo
hnd time on her bauds, sho loved io
drink a oup of tea. Old Mrs. Benneit
had beeu well pleased (o hear the do-
lugs of the gentry at ihe Hall; and ihe
minister himself, worthy man, was not
averse to a good story or a genial bit
of gossip.
Now, Mrs. Simpson held, that ns
things have been, so thoy should continue to be. Sho hated change, nud
suspected evil iu every now custom—
just aa site believed that a now sauce
must be bad for the stomach, and that
the palate that enjoyed it must be in
an unheal;hy condition.
She took it for gran led that the neiv
minister and his wife would be—Iii.o
the old, friendly, quiet folt;—not altogether at their ease on the periodic occasions when they dined at ihe Hall.
The foot that young Mrs. Bennett
came from Lady Forbes1 neighborhood
accounted to some eitont for tho prop-
arationu mado in (he mauoc, but she
was quite unaware that any intimacy
existed between tho two.
When, therefore, she had allowed a
couple of days for "nettling down,"
Mrs. Simpson arrayed herself in tho silk
gown and Paisley shawl that in (hose
day* wero considered handsome, nnd
walked nlowly down iu ihe nutnse.
Mr. Bennett received her (villi kindliness, remembering her well, and introduced her to his wifo, who was nlso
perfecily kindly and courteous, and at
onee offered her vea. But though sho
»tayed and drank one and anothor cup,
Mrs. Simpson was not satisfied with
her vieii. She cauld not have told
what it waa that dis*;'-used her. for
even ine could not say that Mrs. Bennett gave herself airs or behaved
■ any way ui'&ttingly. All she could
nnd did Bay to her friend tho butler
was, that she "couldn't mnke (hem out
—maybe they wore just strange.''
The mystery was explained ne-.fc
day. when Lady Forbes, having arrived, drove straight from the station to
the manse- met and embraced Mrs.
Bennett half-way up the garden-path,
and curried her off at once to lunch at
tha Ball, "whero she's talking away
about the pictures and the china, and
gimoracks. nnd ns much at home ns
mv lady herself," quoth tho bailor,
when he enmo down-stairs.
Poor Mrs. Simpson never got over
the shock of this discovery, and wiili
touchy unreasonableness declared that
she had boon made to disgrace her self,
and never would sho enter tho manse
again. That she, a woman thnt know
how folk should conduct themsolves,
aheuld have gone and drunk ten with a
friend of her "leddyship's" was a slip
she could not foryet; and judging others by herself, she always boliovcd that
the ladles must have laughed togothor
mn her 'blunder. To Mrs. Bennett
• she owed an eBpeoint grudge; "fur,"
slid she-, "sho might surely hae tauld
AULD JAMIG.
Very pleasant were tiie relations between the manse aud the Hall as time
rolled on; and very truly did Marion
with her happy bairns at her knee,
sympathize with the childless wife,
whoso riches could not compensate for
tlio lactc of childish voices in her
house.
The weight of a silence 'hat has never been broken is easier io bear, how-
over, than the terrible silence of loss,
which fell upon the manse just when
ihe rosy faces were beginning to
brighten with intelligence, and father
and mother-speculated on the capacity
and probable future of each lii-Me
learner.
\t Was 'during a wet spring that a
low fever broke out in the village: and
i he minister, in the sii9ing rooms from
which tha-heullh-giviug air was cure-
folly e:eluded, bpet't his s.'rengih in
his attendance on the sick and dying.
He took the infection Prst; nod though
Lttdy Forbes carried the two children
away at 'onco to tho Ball, they sicken-
*ed and died before iheir fai her could
leave his room. Desolation fell upon
the parents; and when a baby'ij cry
was again heard within the walls, iho
mother held down, with all her sirong
will, the passion of love that welled up
in her heart—'for," said she, ''who
knows if he may be spared *'o me ?"
He was spared, and grew, to boa
vigorous, bright boy, iho last anil dearest of her flock; but the repression of
her love became so far habiuttl. that
it was only now and a.-ym*. that it shono
forth in its full force. Ordioarily shoH
was a kind but not demonstrative parent.
When Ronald Bennei t was two years
old Lady Forbes gave birth to a daugh-1
ter; and a few nights lalcr a carriage
drove up in haste to the manse, and n
thundering knock roused tho inmates
from thoir slumbers. Lady Forbes
was dying—would Mrs. Bennett como
at once?—not a moment was to bo
lost. Marion was at the Hall as rapidly
as possible, and was met at the foot of
(ho stairs by the old house-keeper.
"You'll not stay long, Mrs. Bennett 1
Sir Duncan and tlie doctor are both
there,'' sho snid in a low tone. j
*I shall do whatever ia needful." returned Marion, and sped past her, unheeding her angry eyes. Jt was not
till all wns over that she drove away
again* and for many a night she would
wake from her sleep, and hear in fancy
the faint voice whispering. "Love my
baby, Marion; tell her of me—often."
Sho had given tho required promise
earnestly; and becnuao uf it. and for
the sake of her faithful friendship for
his wife, Sir Duncan, who had no relative to whom he chose to in J rust her,
allowed his little girl to bo con'inually
at 'he manse as time went on.
Upon hor Marion Bennett had lavished freely all the caresses which were
sparingly besLowod on her own boy;
nor did it eccm si range to him that it
should bo so. Had ho not beon taught
from his earliest infancy to treat hor
as a little queen might have been treaL-
od'i1 Had she not driven lirtn nboui—
made him iu turn her horse, hor dog,
her protector when the sullen watchdog frightened her, and had he not
obeyed implicitly her pretty baby tyranny '/ Once, indeed, he had hurt her iu
his play, and she had cried, whereupon
his mother had gathered her lovingly
iu her arms, saying gravely to him,
'•Ronald, you must never make Muriel
cry, for she has no mother to kiss
."' and the reproof sunk deep into
his childish heart, so that lie shed
tears himself at the thought of his own
cruelty,
-As he grew oldor ho began to attend
the village day-school, aud in doing so
learned more than the dominie taught.
Ho was a high-spirited boy, always
ready for mischief, and clever enough
to make up easily for the time he wasted, so ihat his position in his classes
remained a fair ono. His master,
lierefore, had vo ground of complain!;
yet he knew thai if mischief of any
sort wero brewing, Konald Bonne, t
would bo in the midst of it. nnd he
lived i*.i expectation of some outburst
(hat would entail a serious rebuke.
Unhappily, his new associates speedily
influenced the boy for the worse; ho
hnd plunged from iho restraints of a
sirict home into tho comparative liberty of school, and his accent, his manners, his very clothes, gavo evidence
of the change. He would talk the
broadest native Doric, especially if
Mrs. Simpson happened to pass him
in tiie village street. He would wan-
dor away on half holidays, roaming
over tho hills with companions who
curod for neiiher fences nor keepers,
and sometimes brought home ogss ihat
no bnm-door fowl had laid. He did
not guess that liis mother said sleruly
to herself, nsshe watched him, that sho
must arm herself to meet disappointment, if not sorrow- in tho future.
Only to Huh) Muriel Forbes was tho
boy as gentle as over, nud tho child
would call him '-Bonny dear," nnd run
to meet him joyously, nor would nny
tempta.ion induce him to leavo her, if
alio bogged him to stay. Onco a boy
considerably oldor than he jeered at
hint for remaining behind "wi' yon bit
Forbes lassie" when the others set oil'
for a ramble; but Ronald, with
bound, struck him full on tho mouth.
so that his lip was cut upon. "Tako
thai!" ho cried furiously; "and never
let tne hear a word HU that from you
aC'fiin!"
"ttonald, like his mothor whon in
anger, had "gotten 'o his English,"
nud somehow tho bully did not care to
faco him in his wrath. Young as they
wore, (ho boyi recognized dimly ihat
iho name of a tiny girl had tired a
chivalrous indignation in the one, as
it had prompted a thoughtless insult
from tho oilier.
(Tu l.u Continued.)
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A full stock of the Seaside Library just
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School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Kequisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A vory largo assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embraciug all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have beeu purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Province. 'Foolscap Papers, Letter Papera, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note'Pnpers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very largo variety nf Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions are be
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Miscellaneous.
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Sr«.*i-iiu-I*--., Eye-Olaf-RGB,
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Scrap Hooka, Pur*.en,
Wi'lllilff III sk*., Oold Pent*,
L.ldl.'K* Work II..-K- is,
Gentlemen's     rCHHlnp* Cartrh,
Splints, Velvet Framed, *&t-., ■&«•.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusunllyfavorablearrangc-
ments with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Bitlti
more, and elsewhere, we are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little moro thnn has heretofore been
asked fora very inferior instrument. We
have tho exclusive agency in this Province
for the tine I'innos manufactured by Henry K Miller, of Boston. A number ef
tiie.se Pianos, imported by us, are now in
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought into this country. We nre
also agents for the Knabe Pianos, the
Steinway, the Weber, tho Decker, and
others, liny one of which we can supply on
tho most favorable terms, We are agents
in this province for the Dominion Hrgilll
t'0'8. OrgnnR (of Bowmdilville, Ont.), and
W. Rell A Co'S. Organs (of Gnelph,
Ont.}, anil the leading American Organs,
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or Kmnpenn, will find it to tlieir
advantage to communicnto with us.
J.   A.   Re
General Coimission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J J. SIVEWRIGHT, MD.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(xeah 1)1111.1. shed).
Residence-Merivale Street.
GORDOU E, COEBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   8T FLEET,
rOj.lt. 0>il".iln.l Hotol)
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
•tS"Several good Farms for Sale nnd to
Lease. nol 0
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANT!"*,
WHAKF STBEET, • VIOTOKIA.
-ft-GKHUSTTS   ITO*t.
North British anil Mercantile
insurance to. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON &, CO.,
Ml Finsbury Circus,
London, K. C.
W. D. FERRIS;
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
CEMERAL ACENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for IhcTltAVEI.LKitS' IJ.S.MI-
AXI'E CO., of Hartford, Conn.
New We.tllilt.t.r, B. CI.
Ever- Dliin lo his Own Business
J±.   "fEBLE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMS8T& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL),
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   I). C.
I'IijsIcIiiiis' Prcscrlpllnns and Turns
Ily Recipes a Specialty.
N. 11. — Only (.einiino Dengs lined.
Over LivuntY years' exporlcuaol    uir2H
SI. VodnHt Ohuroli, London, in
wliich llio Ri)v. Polluim Dale curried
riLualialic innovations to an extreme,
wan closed for i,i»r,rl,s after the rector', inhibition. The l}»hop lately
decided to tear it down, and, as (hough
to rid it finally of tlio taint of ritualism, had it opened for one-Sunday service, showing tlie altar and ils surroundings lawfully denuded of tho
lioaittiful trappings tlmt got Mr. Dale
into trouble.    ,
Sheet Music.
Tho (argent nssortmnnt of Vocal nnd In-
Htut 1111*1)tnl Mimic to Im found anywhere
on tho Miiiulund. Solos, ducts, trios,
rptnrtetton, tihontscs, I nth secular ami
Haorod, A line oollootlon of tho very host
Piano Solon, carefully selected liy BOtttoof
tho heat itiiiiiisiii in the cant. Sheet muaio
sold at New York pricci*.
Music Books.
Always on hand, a good aaBorttnent of
Instruction "Bookfl for I'iano, Oryan, Violin, otc. 'J'hi' new and enlarged edition
of Iticharilutiit'o I'iano Method. Also, a
collection of mif-ccllancoua music hooks,
hoth vocal and iui-ttitmental. Music not
in stock will ho ordered promptly.
ffllisFidfiBEiilij
ftp
BROTHERS,
.581011 fell'
IMPORTERS &
NIL
-DEALERS IN-
— AXVID-
PBQIfSSMS,
WH4EF STRKET,
Having established Business in the above
J-iiies and by
WiW IMPORTATION
—'I'llOM—
European & Eastern Markets
We arc  prepared  to fill  orders to the
Trade in tlie following Goods*
TEAS,
wB,
SUGARS,
NEW   .SCHEDULE
—OF—
—1*011—
WHITE   LABOR
—ON  TItK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IX—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RKMS,   DEBTS, AC,  COuuSOTBU.
Loiiiih Nogotiiitctl, unil a Genehil
Agency liiisiii.ss trmisuctoil.
AOESTS  FOR TIIK
Plietitx Fire Insurance Comniiny of
Brooklyn, nml tho
Kqiillnble Lin. Ass ii run cc  Society
of the United Slntes.
ionhiiii miun.
NEW  WHSTM1N.STKK,   11. C.
I'i 0. Box •IO.
TOBACCOS,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, ttSpc, Syrup, Clicese,
Dried I'ruits; Canned floods,
Vliiegar, Bnkliif* Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pear! Barley,
BEANS,
B5.B9MS,
WRAPPING PAPERj
PAPER BAGS,
And till other .Goods in tho Grooory and
Provision Line.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
Br 3W8PAFB XI
MDVKRTISINGr
M«ra- 'Hra T***r«:.-. tst
i::iiiiiis 20 nnd 21, iiiTi'iimits- Exchange, California St., S, F„ Cnl.
Ovorscois §125 00 pel' montli.
End; Foremen... .S3 00 to §•! 00 (* .lay
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to 3 00    "
Bridgo Foremen  . 3 00 "
Brirtgo Ctii'pontei'S,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2n.l elass  2 00 '"  .
Masons 2 50 to 3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   ii 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2n.l
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith Helpers   L 50 to 2 00     "
Drillers    I 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers   1 50 to 1 7-'> .  "
Hewers, 1st class   3 50 "
Choppers, IsL class 2 50 '   "
Scorers, 1st i lass    2 50 BB
■North British & Mercantile InSHrai-iei Cd'y.
ESTABLISHED I80S.
T.R.Pearson&Oo,, Agents,.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
lii'suin'cfs of the Company as nt
31st December, 1881.
T. Subscribed Capital—
Paid-up £ 500,000  0  0
Uncalled '. 1,600,000  0  O
£2,000,000   0   0
II. Firo Fund—
Reserve £844,576 10 11
Premium Reserve 310,551   7   0
Ralancoo.Profitand
Loss Account,....   54,367   7   1
£1,218,405 14   0
III. Life Fund—
Accumulated
Fund of the
Life Branch..£3,112,590   7   8
Accumulated
Fund of the Annuity Branch..    305,515   3   i
£3,508,105 11   0
IV. Revenue for the Year 1881—
Firo    Branch —
Premiums' nnd       r
Interest £1,024,400 16 11
Life and Annuity
Branches --Premiums nnd In- .   ,,
tercst      478,825 1*   3
jn!7
£1,503,280 11   2
fl GliEAT SKGL1SD REMEDY
All outside Inbor 10 hours por day.
All Cftrpontors tb funds]* thoii' oivii
Chest 'runts.
All "Employees to find thoinsolves Red,
Bonrd nnd Lodging.
"Boarding Houses "will  lie convenient
nlong tho Line.   Board—§4 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employees to hoard in the tympany's fcttmaoe.
Wages will lie paid monthly, on tlio
lOtli of each month.
A.   ONDlEDONK,
Okn.ciui, MANACti'n,
OiTit'i-, or tim: Contkactoiis,
Canadian* Pacific 1Uii.wav,
Yalo, .March 1, 1*881.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
In ciiHed  to the undcriuited fioodc, on
which the most L1HKHAL IN DUCK-
•   MENTS will ho ollercd to the
Trade, ait we are
SOLE
Agents for BritisiiColumliia
1882.
er's
ILLUSTRATED
Magazine.
i MaOAXISB, tlio in.wl ]i.>|iittiti- lliu.
Ddld.1 in tliu world, begins Its Hlxlj
IlllU witli tllO tM't'inliiT NiimtNir.   ]
volnmoa for 1832 will in ovury respect mir-
thoir jimlcccAson.
HARPER'S   PISRI0OIOALS,
1'i.n   IK.'-It;
Il.UI.'l.!!'.*? MAQAJSINK *-l m
hai!i,i;ii,.swi:i:ki,y -i oo
lIAUl'lJIt'S ItA/.Alt..  I 01
*riii'Tlli:i.-;K iiborcjiuMicnlioiu 1" 01
Any TWO nUovo nnnuil .' 7 w
lIAlll'im'S Y0UNQ l'i:cii'l,K ,  1 ful
lTAiiPRii-A irAdAxiKJa      l r m
IIAHPKH'S YOl NO PlSH'HJ   | ",
[UUFBtt'STl'lANKHNadUAHKUimAllY,
Ojtii Year(03Kiimlioi-s) iu iw
Pootnae Vno to nil NibHrlben In tlm Unlttxl
StutMorCnitiuln.
Tlio volnmoa or tho Mmiazinf, lioaln with tho
Nntnuera ftir .Mine nml Dtf-'inlM.** «>r-vii.il vcnr.
Wli,*ti no llm.. iy Hint-ilit'.l. It ■.ulllK-tntilt-r-ilii.Ml
Hint tlm BuUcriber wiihoa u, hraln with HiDc-itri
I'onl Nuini'Or.
A Com'ilclo .«-l i.i'll\itfi;ii'8 ATu.mkint, fin-
jn-l-iliiii «:i VdltiniL-a, hi tii'iil dutb bin tin-;, will lio
ni'iit bv i'x|ii-.'.-i, fiviulit nl expen f imrcliiuor,
mi rwi-lpi nr ?l -lit |ut viilttmn. .siii-ili- viilnnip*,
bv nml), iii-tt|iiiiil, i**.! 00. Ulotli i-iim'-i, fm- l.in.l-
inir, ADcviiti, bv iniilt, nonlnnlil.
Iii'l.v td llAttPBtl'fl MAaAKtSB, Al|ilinl»'tlr-i!,
.Vmih-Hcnl, nml 0 In Mill 0(1, tor Uln-m- I l«w,
indnriip, n-i'iii -111111-, IH.-iO, t>. Jmio, 18So, ono
vol., Bvo, Olotli; ?t 00.
KoiiiIttnncPl fliinibl In* mn.!.' I>v Poit-Onico
Jl.nn-.v Order or BwH, to avoid tli.inco ot \tm,
MowfUiiiliori nre nnt tu copy thin iidvorthioinuiil;
wiih.mi tlir exproia oiilur at llnriior .v llrotlioru.
Atldresa MAHPIIU A ItltOS., New York.
THK
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—Tim-
Leading: Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
follio
nd L-xcei
lannever-fnilinfj*
Cure for Nervous Dtdiititj'.Kx-*
tin listed Vitality
of n ny kin dj
Wenhupss, Pitr-
ii lysis. Prostn-
t«rr)ioen,nnd nil
ttio terrible effects otjoethf'til
In miviurcr yeurs.
DK. MINTIK will n-*ree to forfeit
FiVO HllIMll'titl Dollui'S for n cnan of
this kind the Vital KestoratlTO (undur
his Hjicciiil ndrlco nnd troutmt-rit)will not
cure, or for nnyllii' a iinrniro or injurious
found in it. IIR. MINTIK iretttVnH Dis-
enses Biiccosat'uily without mercury.
t'Ol.ttlllllltloil fro«. Thorotiph exunii.-
iiiitioii und ndvico, $5*00. Piiccof Yltnl
KtiBtOl'lltlVO, $3*00 n bottle, or foul'
times "the t]tmtiiity, $10*00; sont tn nny
iiddrt'ss upon reooipt of pries. nrU. O. P;j
secure from obsorvntion, nnd in private
tiiime if desired, by A. K. MINTIK,
U.K.
ThoBti who cannot visit DK, MINTIK
in Run Frnholpco should send a full nnd
minute sl.uement nt thoir troubles with
$25*00, nml in return n lull course of
Medicine will be forwarded, socurel-f
packed, so ns not lo excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine C. O, D, must
be n:cninpiinii*d with $1.00 (us ft irunr-
nnterr of pood fnitli), which will be deducted wlicu ilie |)iiekit(-e is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKS.—Sont on
iipplicntipn by Utter st.ilinp symptoms,
sex nnd npe. Cnmniuiiictilioiis strictly
confidential. joy3l-ly
II Uciiriii'.v H(rcr(. Man FriuiclHco,I'.il;
DR. SPINNEY- & CO.'S
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET",
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
H>.II. SPINNEY, ,.ell I......... »« Hi. lie,...
L,>   (lee..III... Mei.lr..i.l, (.1. i:.)Me.l!cu! I.i.tl-
I...... ,i,„l L.le |.ri.|.rlet..r ol ll.e SI'lNNBVVII.I.ll
I.V|.'lli:.I.MlY. wool.]   n...,t [.eelfully lutein.
Ill* ImtleillB ..ml II... oMiicU.I -..mii.llj.; Hull  In.
-lill eo.itllille. le leefllclll le".l.'l i.erv.ille .11,.
..:......,.ill. i...|.i.ii.ll..|i.il s.iteiw,.
Lj5UiSH AMD  ffl2WTLEMBN.
Iletneuilior llifl pracmatliiallan I. tlie tlilof el
lime ,o
001*33 AND BE HEALBD.
It mat ten nulvilint yotfr trDiililc** tuny l.t*t cotiib
tiitd let tin- Dftrlo** cxiinilnc your cnno. It will
ROMt ypil natlillig fur ruitniiltntioii, nu pliiiiso Mil
nml nAtinry yiwriolvi's tvli.-tti.-r tlm Doctor nudur*
KtiiinlH ymirciUiu. It hi- nm mm- ynu tu* will It'll
you fit If not. hu will Ml ymi Hint, for Iniwllt
nol un-lrrtnlcu rt titwe ln-Uim* hu In L-onlliluut of uf-
foctlnun burn.
I'.nii.'i nt n iIIhIuiiou wfrililni* tri'iittuotit, liv
-.■inliiis J2"> nml a minute .I.*-tfrt*.ll.m of (lieff.
tronliloD will rocelvo In return u full aifiriu nf
troittlnimt wmirflly iiiickeil no na not tn wcttii cu*
iluilty,
IHt. SI'INXKV will Ruiii-iititi.*o tn Inrfelt Flvn
HiiTi'lri'il Dnlltiri lur oTorr ant) nf nny l.tml or
L'titirai'l-T wliich hi* iiinli'i-lniii"- nml I*liis tn nirn,
I'. S,--l?or Jidfrnw's of Nlmit kuiikIIiii', a full
nmrie of ined'cineM, Hiilllcitnit for n uuru, wltlrj
nil (nilructions, will hu lOIlt to miy aiMiv-soi:
wolittpfllO,
OullorAiliIrefH
Hi*. SPINNKV A, tO.,
12S-ly      No, 11 Konrtloy-it.,Smi t-'nniicfoco.Cti!.'
ITIHTllldUKCUONI/KD AUTHO.
rlty In Oommorclnl und  riiinndnl OlrclM,
iind thy host Pnmlly jQurtint on thu Pucllto coast.
Benrod hv en
nnittlio to*
Uy iiii.il,-in
(■win Pun Prnnoisco
n( tin liilt'ilof nl Utie, per wi...k
;o pnld Sm.tioryoar.
N.
Insurance.
Wo nro ngonta for tlio Nonnt Bltnisil
and Mkiicantiu: FinK iNBUWANoa Co.;
Capitol, "?101000,000;  Lossob paid, $23,*
000,000.     Alfif), tllO CllN-I'KDKltATION LlFR
Abhouiation, tillering llio lowest fatca on
tho host Bccnrity of any company doing
Imsiiica.-- in (,'utindu,
T, R. PEARSON & 00.,
Coliunlilii st. (liutwoon O. O. Mn>*r''n nnd Jirnics
Cun nliij*li run's),
Now Westminster*. B. G,
B.-ADVKnTISllVG SOLICITED
for nil newitmtiori put-llituSd on the pitdflo
Const, Ilie Brintlwloi] InIiiiiiIs, I'olytieiln, Mnxhvm
1'ortH, I'liiinmn, Viit|nirnlno, .ln|inii, Clilun, Now
/enlitiiil, tliu Aii-irnli;iii ColunluM, tlio Kiisttm
Ktfltc* nnd Burniie. Kilns of ni-nrly nvery iiowh-
imner |uiMi*.hcil on thii fixIDc Ooiut nro liiipt
•.-oiiHtmitty on linnd and nil iidver-,iitor.i uro
nllcwi'd I no iu''.ohh lollu-m iluriiii* tiiiHlneein lionrs.
i tile nt the
Th" ttiumii botjtmiiliN Is kopt <
ifflccnni. 1'. PIMIKlt.
PATENTS
Wo continue to net ns Solicitors for Pnt
enUv Cavcnta, 'rrntln MftfkH. Copyrigliti*.
oto., for the Uttitcil States, Ciiiituln,Crulni,
England, Franco, Germany, etc. Wo
have had thlrtj -flyc years experience.
Patents ohtnined through ^ts nro noticed in the H'-tKNTiiria Ambkiuan. This
largu ami splendid illtistrntcil weekly
paper, $'.,.'20 a year, shows tho 1'rogross
of Science, Is vory interesting* anil hns
an m-iorniotiR cfreulation. Address,
MUNN k CO., Patent HulfciWa, Pnli
lUhortof SoiKNTIVlO AMKitrtiAN, 37 Park
lt-ow, iTow York*, Ilontl hook about Patents wuit free. tlo!4
l!0()!!.\S(iOLIIII.lKI.\(il,OWI)!li
The Rest and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL  OIL,
Water White nnd Pure
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   tho   Largest Hfoe and llcut
Toiiaoco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Qua
lity, and are offered
--AT TIIE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
fM ii innii-iii'ith iw,>iv(i**.n**i' Jonnml, nnd in pro.
jiiiiliiiii loiln ni/u llicclii-.'i-i«;*,t |Hi|iiu-iii thucoiiiilry
fil'USt'KIPTIO.V  KATES.
'Do' >Vooll!y nml the Fi'l'luy Hullt (! n,
('iiiiilni* tugi'tlior tho in.-t conintolu t*irint"
Wi-ckly publtBhcd on tlm t'nclflo Obntit, will
bo Bin I tj> nny nddrua, j.oriia;-i iinltt, on tlio ft>l>
luffing tcijiis'i
Weekly nnd Friday Iliilletlii.
Ono Voar p co
Bft Moiithn    1 60
Weekly Bullotin Alone.
Homittnncoi hy limn, I'twfoBlrc Oritur, Wolli
I'nrpvt Co'll fetpf-JMj nnd Itt'glatortW ttittor, ii
ERSI SBH» DI-JTUIUIITION,
i:.n-1i KiiWril-i-i-will Im f.rt-*«-iltM -it-Ill) novotitl
VarlPirvri of I'm., nml Vnlinililu TilKK, VKUU-
TAIIKKnnil I'l.uWKIl .ul-:r.nK, c-iiiul liivitlno lo
tin HUbrtripiton tWW'uf llio piu>f.
^B-HctidrortJnm-ilnCoiiy, giving fnll*nirlliiltnVfi.
Aditroili
B, V. IIUI.I.KTIX ('(IMI'AlIT,
HAN l'HANVI»i:(l.
CUftinilii.
TH 1^
rnHK ONLY BLUE IN WHICH THE
.JL clothes can ivnmin for any length
of time without H))ocking or streaking—
the bust articlii in the market.
C. D. KNIGHT, Manufacturer.
Now Westminster,
British Columbia:
SIT In cane of clothes Irtdiig left out iiV
tho rain, L-nti put wvmo in Blue ovor night
tunl they will not he specked or streaked.'
(atifito)
NOTICE IH HEHfSBY GIVEN, that
nt the expiration of Sixty days,
from tho data of thin notico I intend to
make application' to tho Chief Cominii*-
i-ioiierfif Lauds ntid Wnt-kHforperiniaBion
to purchase threo hundred and twent*/
acros of uiuairvoycd, unieiierved, and tin*
ooQttpiotl CfOvra I.iud on Texada Island,
New Wcsltititistcr DiHtriot, tloseribed an
follow**.:—
CoittTponoing at the South-East corner
of Lot 8; thence trite -South, 40 chain-*;
thutico trttfl West, 80 cltainn; thonco true!
North, -10 chains; thmico true Ennt, 80
elmine, to tho point of commencement.
OlfAH, E. POOLEY.
Vletofif., Il.C, Aug. 23,1882.     nu2lhir2
~8UB80RIBE~"'
i^oit/niE lii'iiish Columbian, tho'
j' Nowi-naptr on tho Muiiilimd of Brit*
iah Colttinbin.   Only 88*n yoar,

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