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Array uovernmciH mini
ETcry Wednesday & Sntnrtlajv
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EtlTBAUOE TO Egi-
TOMAL AND BUSINESS DEPASTMENT TIIS0U0HT.I1.
Pearson £ Co-s. Book & Stationerv Store.
TKBMfb.Br Mell, S-leyenri 'UOforO	
t.il fee 3 ire., I Jieyiilile in Aiivnrice. Oollvereil
'by Onrrloror Aiiont, $1 jiee eunrter, imjelile
qmirteriy to Currier or Apent.
A0ENT8
T.H.HlllEN&CO.	
Wm. Harrison	
■•Viotoria.
 Vaie.
tlxclianuo, Sim Kriinctm*-*, l-miitlioi-ii-c-) to rvciilve
Advert Imnnt'iitit fur this pnpor.
TII 10 DA DEO iiviviiofi-unii on fiti- at
I Ma rMrlCn n«>, i*. n-woii 'rn,*-
NewHpaper Arivortini-iff Hiiranii (10 Sprncu St.),
wliera inlY-irlinIng contractu may lie inn-]-- for it In
NKW VORK.
the ffitisk dohtmbi-ait.
HnlttriliiV Rluriilns, Full. :t, IKK;).
Agricultural Exhibitions.
It is understood that the next
-exhibition of tlio I'ritisli Colutuhiii
Agrio*alt(iflil Society is to lie held in
New Westminster during the coming
autumn. When wisely managed anil
generally patronized, theso .exhibitions are beneficial more ways than
one. They bring together the best
wen from among the producers of
the country and give them about the
only opportunity they have in a
country like this for comparing notes
and dismissing important questions
in reference to soil crops, breeding
stock, and the best modes of lumdl
ing produce. They have then at
hand the means of comparing nml
ascertaining tho best varieties and
readily securing samples. The annual gathering and comparison of
products excites an honuriiiilo spirit
of competition. If he who ouuses
two blades of grass to grow where
formerly there was but one is to be
considered a benefactor of his race,
surely it is worthy tho ambition of
any settler to become the most intelligent, progressive and successful
producer in the towrfship oj- orinntry,
and so lead ■ the whole community,
by his noble example, in the path of
industrial progress, und increase by
large percentage the comiiici-oul
value of their products. Then, exhibitions of tliis kind witnessed liy
visitors to the proviuce and reported
through the press become the very
lest advertisements of the reKoi|i'6e's
of the country and the intelligence
and enterprise of its people, and we
■ieed not any that these nre points of
great interest to intending emigrants.
Were onr annual agricultural exhibitions as generally attended ns they
should bo, they miadit be utilised as
occasions for the holding of some
i sort of industrial purliiiiiieiit whicli
} would formulate uny desirable suggestions relating to the settlement of
, the country und the development of
j our natural resources ; and wo arc
1 sure thnt any recommendations coin-
- ing from such a source would receive
■ the best consideration of the Govti-n-
!uteut, who would be only too glad of
such assistance in shaping their
policy nnd promoting the best inter-
ests of the province. Having thus
'touched upon some of the advantages
I accruing from well-conducted ngri-
! cultural exhibitions, it is but right
to enquire as to tho reason wiiv
those recently held/in tlio province
■ lmvo not mure largely answered
these ends. Perhaps it would be
doing the right thing if we divided
the responsibility of comparative
failure between Ilie managers of the
society and the producers throughout
the province upon whose patronage
tho success of an exhibition must of
necessity depend. Ilut whatever
inay lie said of tho past, let us now
arouse ourselves nnd net worthily
tor the future. With the next exhibition to be held in tho most central locality, all should do their best
to make it a success. Let every produces, whether farmer, stock raiser,
dairyman, fisherman, horticulturist,
gardener, mechanic, or manufacturer,
give tho subject his best attention
and resolve not only to exhibit something, but as great a variety as pes
Bible and of superior excellence. Let
this object bo kept in view iu securing the best seeds and preparing the
Boil as woll as iu preserving the best
specimens of the flock, herd and
roost for the occasion. And wo trust
that tho managers of the society will
jjflve ample and timely attention to
She selection and preparation of tho
iiito for the"*show, the announcement
(if a well arranged list nf prizes, and
fho making of urrniigeinuiits  with
he different lines of steamers for
lie transportation of visitors and
jxhibits at reduced rules. The lust
Exhibition was opened 17 the Mm-
luis of Lof lio and' Princess Louise:
VOLUME !I3
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C„ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1883.
NUMBER 10
may it not be possible to secure
the opening of the next by His
Royal Highness the Prince of Wales,
who-is to visit our provinco during
the season I Nothing can be lost by
trying, and very much will be gained
by succeeding.
IJoctrj).
I Fur tlioColuiiililiin.]
Forsaken.
As lato yostere'en I slowly walked
Along   you   beach, where wild waves
moan, ^ 'r :■'
I spied a maid among tho rocks,
Bitting alono.
Her eyes were dark, her long hair fell
In raven tresses softly down;
White was her hrowas tho foam along
Tho sea-sand blown.
"Lady," I said, ".why here alone?
The moon is up, the wind is chill,
The uwl hoots from the old oak-trco
Behind the hill.
"O lady fair! why sitt'st thou here,
Afiirfrom bird, and flowcr,,and treo?
What joy or music in the wives
Of tho lone sea ?"
"Often at eventide," she said,
"When  the black   shadows   eastward
creep,
I come and sit upon the roclts
Beside tlie deop.
"And  when tho   -starry   night   conies
down,
And silvers all the landscape o'er,
I watch the billows Cash and break
Upon tho shur-e.
"Thoi'B U a music in tho waves-—
A wild, a molnnoholy strain—
It Hows about tlio liiutiionM heart
And soothes ita pain.
"Last night it tolled me asleop,
And on tlie gleaming ocean wide,
Close to the land, 1 saw a ship
At anchor ride.
"Us sails were furled, high ou the mast
Tbey glimmered to the sorting moon;
Tlio ftiulors sang—I heard them sing—
A merry tune.
"I saw thein pace the deck along
In strange attire—a foreign crow—
Vet one among those seamen there
Metliouglit 1 knew.   *
"Ho loaned upon the lall'rail high,
And looked towards tho winding shore:
Somewhere I bad   eccii — I knew not
where—
Hia face beforo,
"And aa % gazed beseemed to grow
Dearer and alill more dear to me; -
Yet sorrow grew with love—I wopt
Kull bitterly,
"A light upon my spirit broke,
Ah mo! full well 1 then did know
"I'was ho who ieft ni« hero forlorn
Seven years ago.
" 'Edwin I' I cried, and on mc broke
Tho past with all love's agony;
'0 Kilwiufnml I sluuUtViug woke
Hero by the sea.
"The inoon had sunk beneath the waves;
The night was dark, tbe wind wus chill;
1 heard the owl upon tho oak—
Behind tho hill."
GUN-SMITH
Cglumq:a St., t!:w Westminster, B. G.
HAW   FJJ,i\<.,    EillV   riTTINI*.    JLOl'll-
8MITEI, CUTTIEBT «IEM-ND,
SCJISrWKH 8HARIT;.YEI>,
•SEWING  MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired,   Machine
Noodles for Sale.
I'mlirclIiiH *iein!-*i!, ami Oneni" ll<>iiulr-
ln;,' iieutly done.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifles, Shot
Gpns, Revolvers, and Fiuroid Tacjci-e
for sale. dWf
C.   M.  McNAUGTHEN
HAS JUST ilHOWVEDTHJO LABQ-
est assortment of GlooltS over held
on tho Mninldnd of British Columbia.
Nickel Clocks, at 82.23 (warranted).
fieCi  Thomas'  jlcliol Alarm, at
83.25.
' All kinds of Ulanlcl  nntl  Office
Clocks.
Waltllf-ni WutcllOS, eoiu silver cases,
from §15 onwards.
A Alio assortment of Stirling Silver
JCWulrv, of {lie latest deeigns.
Silver Plat!) Ware  nnd OstiM.l
Goods.
Coi.n.ieiA Rtri'Xt,
au2
Ml
th C i^k \i'\
B.C
-LAHD,    HOUSE,
GE^EFSAL AGENT
Rent and Debt" Collector.
SEVERAL GOO*) PARKS FOR SALE
Aknu for (lie Tiuviau'iss' mfr
uud AClii.I.N'f LVSUBANOE CU«>
UnrtfoPiI, Conn.
OFFICE:
Wcstminatei
oluinhia Street.,   Nov
dc9
Nein Westminntei'y .tS"3.
-Lbita.
Surrey Council*
Council met at the Town Hall on the
-otli inst.; members all present.
Moved by Coun, BoofcHroyit, sec. by
Coun. tihauuou, and carried, that &100
be appropriated for opening a road froni
the McLennan Road to tho Johnston settlement, the Hoove and Conns. Huftk.
and Juhnaton to Ito a comiuittco to have
the work done.
Moved by Uoun, Shannon, tec hy
Coun, Boothroyd, and carried, that H.T,
Thrift be appointed Clerk, AsscBBor aiid
Collector for tho year 1683.
Un motion of Coun. Shannon, sod, by
Coun. Kilok, it was i-esolvad that the
Clerk he instructed to correspond wiih
•f. A. It. HomPi', Ksq., M. 1'. for this
District, rcipiestiug him to bring beforo
thu Uomiuioii Gove nmi cut the urgent
need for tlm ostablisluiicnt of a punt*
ollice at Clover Valley and one at null's
Prairie,
Moved by Coun. lloothroyd, sec. by
Coun. Iliick, nud carried, that the application for lino oi Town Hall for the purposo of holding a tca-iucutiiig und uucial
ou Feb, IU be granted.
On motion uf Couu. Stewart, see. by
Couu, Johnston, John Oliver wus ordered
to bo paid $47 ou uecountof lib contract.
On motion of Coun. Hlmuuon, sec. hy
Conn. Uouthroyd, tho Cltrk wus instructed to revise the rules of order.
Moved by Coun, Huoihroyd, seo. by
Coun. Bliuuiiou, and carried, thnt tliu
Reovo inform the Manager of the llattk
of 11, C. that all choipics are to be made
payable to tho order of II. T. Thrift,
C. M. C.
Moved by Conn. Stewart, soe. hy Coun,
Johnston, und curried, that the Collector
be instructed to enter suit for recovery of
buck tuxes due the municipality, at tlm
next ensuing County Court.
Coun. Stewart gavo notice that ho
would, ut next meeting of Council, bring
in a bylaw reguluting the duties nnd
snlury of the Clerk.
On motion of Coun. Stewart, sec. by
Coun. Hnck, Council adjdiiruoit till
Thursday, Fob, I'lind.
FGB SAtE m LEASSs
A conn, i-utovkd farm of
100 acres, situate on the Delta nf
tbe Frnsbr, together vitli tlio Stock, if
required. Tlio btock consicta of 20 -Mik-li
Cows, 17 or IS Si Ai) of Voting Stock, :'.
yoke of Ox'-u, ami oJioutJO tons of Day.
For nartioulnra npiilj io Mr. \\. O. Vi'.l',-
HIS, Unil Agent, kc, Colmnbia Street,
New Wostmiaster,
Hoe. 12, 1SS2.' do!3
W   if-:  i '1.  i .J '   *« ** .'j    I' v t-'    -*' '', * >J
COLilMlJIA STilKET,
itv-j   if Co I tnErto I £nj L». u.
A ViiAisKwairi'iiv Oiwbot. '«- "None
Sttllio it but to praise." This ia trim of
tliat misnipiojHcil remedy, "llagyard'ii
Yellow Oil." It cures pain and iuilain-
niutiofii M'hotlior from sprain, burn,
briii-i', or frost bito, Iamo back, rhctuiia-
ti-jiii, uuuriituin, sure throat, croup, deaf-
ncsu, and is for internal and external uao,
A ItiiMAHK.viii.K Kaci'.—It is a remarkable fact tliat \V, A, Kdgcrs, of
(''raukvillo, who wna so far gono with
liver and kidney complaint thnt hfo life
wus dcijpaircil of, wus mired with four
bottles of burdock Blood Bitters. At
one time ho lay a foruight without an
operation of tho bowels,
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
. plocoly re-furnished and ollicm fob
greatly improved thia well-known estnb-
fisliinont, I have the pleasure to announce that it is now
■sea w* S52 .r^r
For the reception of Guests-
Conveniently locatt'd and well appointed iu every department, with
BATH ROOiVIS
Aiid all the most modern npplianecB, it
will bo found iu every respect the bent,
as it is the largest and moat commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland,
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the vory best management both as regards CDISWK and
attenihiuco, und imrties deniiing them
cau hnvo 1'KIVA'J'K DINING ROOMS,
with special attondunoo.
THS  BAH ESS?1!
Is stocked with the choicest Winks nud
Ltyunns, nnd tho best brniula of CiauiH
-ylH iilways be bept on hand.
Wl B.LUAKB ROGM  i
Is sipacious nnd well lippolutedMuVd provided With STBAllLB'SfATKNT CUSHION
TA1JL1CM, the heat in uso.
&tr Good   attendance   und   modemt')
charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
1'ltOl'METOH k StAXAOKIt.
BOOTS ajid SHOES
'-I'.OM
■H BATHOS FS
i
Boot k Slice Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
at Victoria Ibices,
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast., New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Mcarly Opposite tlie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mill*  I.AEGliST AND   CHOICEST
.1.   aiisortment of all ilesct-iptioiis of
MEATS k\\% wmmB
Constantly on hand, and supplied to "Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats ut the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AMI—
MUSICAL I1MIEITS
01* HVEKY  'UESCHIPTION,
Bocks & Sheet Music
IX ENDLESS VAEIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Assortment; from §25 to tjiil),
—AT—
B.*ifr1NAL-L'ftr.€Oi'8
MUSIC   STORE,
ii!iviii:s.iii;\'T sriiiiKT, vafbuii.
J.  BAGNALL,
I'lAsovoin-EjiOmiAx TrsmiS I'.nr.uiiEii
BalihU
raiD-oi-iia
Q11IMI1
ITSanilH
SHRyCBQI Pi fsAKHOQ}
I^PLEiVlENTS
A**0 A GENERAL ASSOHTMEXT
OF
HAEDWAEE.
THE BEST  BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOU
THIS MARKET;
0?r Storage   nnd    Forwarding
doi.o ut rcnHoiiiiblc! itttcK.
B£& sl mm,
jyl-'-iim
Dnmilwr I, 1882.
PAY pi
A IX  ACCOnKTS  NOT PAID HV
2 V    tlw lot!] inst. will Iin pllUHkl ill tlio
liandu of v. Collootor with Instructions.
W. ,1. FRENCH,
New West., July J, 188:>. jyo
ROYAL  CITY
-EeXibsx<3-,-E:-ia.
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
— ALL llb'SCIMI'TIO.V.S OF—
Eongh k DressBfl Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
I'Mliis. Scrnll-s-iwliig, Turn*
In1*, Sliai*l!ij*,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHINO,
exeented to ordor M-ith tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manages.
J. H. FIERCE a CO.
lMl'ORTEltS ASM) DEALERS IN,
STOVES,
•RANGES,   &C, &0..
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full ftssnrtini nt Qonstantly on Imnil, nt
tho LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware limiiufncturcil on the premises.   Jobbing jirpmptly attended to.
IIOLBROUK'K st«xk i:i Einr.i*.
Jiew Went in I nsl er.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT
i SHOE STORE
mi WESTMINSTEfi, B. C,
Tlie Only Firs-Proof Hotel
in tlie Oity,
THE M.IM'l)m8?;!OT
IS UNDKl! THU CHAE(JE OF AN
EXPEEtENCED ARTIST.
|or gale or lo jltnt.
JlcSsWsiE
rnun sunsciiiiii-R has a kiln
1.    of excellent liricks for sale olicap.
Delivery miywliero.
,i    „y L', T- MoKAY.
JScw A\ estiiunster, j
.fimo24, 1881. JH2B
mm* ONDERSiaRED iW.CS LKAV13
.L to announce to tho PiibHo tlmt he
hns piii-clmseil the uliovo Hotel, where
ovcrytliing will. W found first-class, and
at rensonahlc rates.
Tlio Pnrlops uiitl Siceplns Apart.
incnlH are under the Sllperintendcnce
of Mrs. Austin.
Privale Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private lldlldlllg Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with hooks and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with tho choicest brands of
AVlKlis, LlQUOItS, ClOAItH, &c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
iJIt"l'UI KTOH.
HASTINGS, B. I.
rnHIS SPACIOUS NEW HOTEL
X is nilniirnbly situttteil ns a resort
for those In search of. health, sport or
pleasure, being in a central position for
soa-bathing, shooting, fiBliin^, boating
anil eight-seeing.
It combines all the cbnTtuileHcBS of
hotel witli tho fjitiet comforts of homo
life.
Tlie npni'tmchts nro lofty, Well ventilated and affotd a cheerful'outlook.
The cuisine is presided over by a true
artists.
In the
9*   ..Te.    .tic
Will always be found Liquors and Cigars
of tlie oholofist brands.
Abundant stabling and Bliod-rooin for
horses and carriages.
1). WITHROW,
OC2S PllOPBIETOK.
FOR   SALE:
mm* roiiowiNci:-
15 Fat Hogs,
l.j Small Hogs,
1 White Chester Boar,
A number of Horses,
1 Cutting Uox,
1 Platform Stale (capacity 1,000), .
Also-for sal0 01. lease-tho prcnisea
lecciitly occupied by mo.
To bo seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
New .Warty, July 4. ie8->. jyg
FOR^ALE*
I-OT  2,   BLOCK   IX.
"      I,      " XXII.
". 10.    "      xxvni!,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO —
LOT  4,   BLOCK   I.
"   8&0,     " HI.
"     -,      "       V.
"     3,      «        x.
"   18, II), k 20, BLOCK XIII., '
Suburban lands.
Apply to
H. V. KDMON-Bs,
New Westminster,
or to            ALLSOP ft MASON
"":iotc ■_ . Victoria.
for""salk
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE  FOR
Churcli or Parlor.
,%5-OCTAVE Mason b Ham-
hn-Cabinet Organ, with 2 full seia'of
reeds, suh-biLss, octavo coupler, vox hu-
inuuii, gmiul organ, and kneo swell, 8
stops. Tliworgau ia now used in tho
Methodist Church, ant! is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for $150
cash, aa it ia intended to procure a more
powerful one. This fo a denided bargain,
Apply to . (
T.R. EEAHSON.&0d/;
Stationers & Music Dealers,
fo-lto New Westminster.
R. T. WfLLIAIVI^
pOOK BITOBB, l'AI'KR BULEB,
JJ and Blank Book Mimufacturcr.
Msps and Drawing 1'aper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated 1'npcrs,
tc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Strpei, victorin. B.C.
AND liET   YOUIt
MONEY'S WORTH.
P,OOTS AND SHOES OF EVKBY
)   description made to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S   SHOE
—-O   A—
SO.Jk.lBII-&    BOOT.
The highest CASH prico paid for HIDES
JAMES EOUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OlM'OSlTK TIIK B.INK.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUBRARD      INI.ET.
Newly Ruin nnd Newly" Funilsht'd,
large nndiommodiotis.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS Gil THE MAINLAND.
Commands nn unbroken view of that
magnificent shoetof water known na
Conl ITifrbor, tlie fntmeteiniinus
of   tlio  Canadian   Pacifio
Railway.
siith  «:   noons  ion  Kuieuss,
S3" Visitors nnd Tourists will find it a
quiet nud pleasant resting place.
Tlie scale of charges will bo found to
be strictly moderate.
tiood stabling on the premises,
JOSEPH  MAiilNlbfoj
PaopniBTOR.
IMPERIAL
fM INSURANCE COMF'K.
I Ou> llitOAii St. mul 1(1 PALI,r£Aj.L,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
NEW WESTMINSTER
V
Machine   Shop!
FRONT  STREET;
New Westminster,   E.  0.
TTlOR INSURING! HOUSES&OTIIK1U
X' Bnildingfli Goodfli Waj^u, Merclian-
diflo, Mtinufia'turing and Parming Stock)
Ships in Port, Harbor or Bock, nud tlm
Cargoes of sttch Vessels; uKso, Ships building nnd repairing, Barges nnd otiier Vofl-
uola on iiavigablu liveru nnd ennnts, uud
Goods on board such Vesaelrt, throughout
Great Britain nnd li-oland and in Foreigu
Couiitriea,
PROM LOSS Ult lUMAtiKIU' TIKE.
Suboeribed nud Invested Capital,
•£1,000.000 STG.
_ Raton of Proinimn and ovory infonna-
tiiui eniv bo obtained on application to
tt. J. AUMSTKONy,,
Agont for New Weetiniuelor.
HOilEKT LAW, ■ PROPRIETOR.
MAVWAffrtniKR OK
SfEAM     ;rENCftJj&S,
Sair-mill, Griot mill, Pish*cah'ningv and
all kinds and atyles of Muehiucry
made to tirder.
Pattern*inaking doiic In till iU v&jjonn
torms,
Ml Uliflla of JJiass and Iron Ctistin^-t.
- tRapainng done with neatniMia nnd din-
ptlteh. nollte
SUBSCRIBE
< IHE BHtlsli Polum
.Uwspiicr ou tho Miiinlm
ish Columbia.   Only $8 a yoar
TJ10S THE Hi'lllsh Polnmbtatt, th«
I'   Niwspiier on tho Miiinlnud of ilrit
3STOTIOB.
■VTOTIOE IS HKRiSBY GIVEN that
i*( application Mill be mnde to tho
Legi.dativc Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia, nt its next Session, for
an Act to incorporate a Company to construct and work a line of Railway from
some point on English Bay to sonic point
at the town of Port Moody, in the District of New WcstmiiiBtcr.
CORDON R. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for Applicants.
New Westminster,
•November 1st, 1SS2. noil
IOTICE.
"VJ-OTICIC IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
IS application will be mado to tho
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
British Coiumbin, at its next session, for
an Act to incorporate a Company to con-
struct and work a Railway from a point
in the City of New VVostininsW to somo
point neat- the 'tilth pnrallol, north latitude, between Sen ii ah moo Pay and
Township Sixteen iii tlio District of New
Westminster, British Coiumbin.
CORDON fi. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for the Applicants,
New West., Sept. 1, 1882. bo2
FURNITURE!
rnHK UN'DERSIONED HAS PLEA-
L Bum in announcing that ho is now
prepared to supply nil kinds of Furniture, kc, at the lowcat possiblo prices.
Cabinet work nnd Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all it.i branches. The undorsigned
bus tho oilly HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patn-nngc iiolicitcd.
Old stand, bextObcident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Bianoh Furniture
Store. anSto
Jew'1
;"TO w
D. 'McPHADEN
BEGB TO ANNOUNCE TJIAT HE
has, just opened u
FAMILY G-aOOEEY
Aiuicfcicml n:nvi*-K)N AKP FEKu
8TOEE, in liiMiios Bvlck Bo'liUiifii nost
to tlio Coloulnl llcy.,J,-\vlioi'o lie Ihis in
stnelt a corajlloto Olid enrefully stfk-cted
assoi-'moiit tif
Plain and-Fanoy Grocerios.
PartibB reflulriug any thing in the above-
line will find it ih their advantage to cnll
nud examine my Goods and prices before
purchasing.
is-.!' Tin1 highest market price pnid for
Parmfind Dairy Prodnoe,
N. B.-Goods delivered free iu any
part uf the City.
I>. McPHADEN.
New "West., Oct. 10,4882. ocll 'NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Medical Hall D. S/Crtrtis & Co
Belling off all the time... .'Trapp tiros
Social Dance 0. Parent
Church Mooting..-;,A. W. New West
LandEegistry/2)... .H. B.W. Aikman
Special Methodist Church
SpeoKtl..:; Piftno Tuning
-Ui m-1-i.-i...i.      i — ,.—■      ,,—.— ■	
Ulte $vitislt Columbian.
Halur.luy Morning, Feb. 3, 1883,
■***lL^MJIui
The 6th nnmtal report of tho inspector of prisons, asylums nnd
charities for the year 1882 shows
that during the year 526 persons
•were admitted into tho vnrions asy
lumns for the insano in the Provinco
of Ontario, nnd that the total mii.i-
"ber under treatment was 3,175. The
actual number of insane peoplo in
the province is estimated nt 2.644.
Comparing these figures with those
'tor the previous year we conclude
that in (Sirt-ano insanity is not increasing at a ratio'granter than the
increase of population. The cost of
maintaining the asylums for the year
■was -$368;683.
An Eastern exchange says the
Legislature of New Zealand is about
to try two very important experiments. Ono is a Laud Bill providing that the colony shall not sell arty
more land, but shall give leases of
'twenty-one years, with provision for
compensation if the lease is canceled
at the end of that time. It is believed that this arrangement will be
•a great temptation to settlers, yet
leave to the Government the nlti
mate control of the soil. The other
scheme is ono for compulsory instir-
<ance. It stipulates that every man
must pay either£66 down before he
is 23, or 2s. a week far-twelve yeurs,
in order to secure 15s. a week if
single, and 22s, (id. a week if married, during sickness, and 10s. u
week as superannuation allowance
after 65. It is believed tliat both
•measures will be enacted.
The Vacant Scats.
The returning-officer for New
Westminster District has fixed nomination day on the 10th inst., aud
polling on tlie 19th, We do not
know what dates have been made
for Lillooet District, where Alt, A.
E. B. Davie must go for reelection,
It has been the custom iu other
places to offer no opposition to the
-re-election of a member of pari ia ment
on his acceptance of a portfolio.
There have been occasions when that
custom has not been observed, but
an opposition usually conies from
some question of policy which seems
to some sufficient to justify it.
When a man has been elected upon
tbe strength of a certain declared
policy, and afterwards goes into a
government holding opposite views,
it may be quite proper and right to
prevent his re-election, It was upon
this ground mainly tiiat an oppomMib
was brought out against the member
for this city when ho became Pro*
rincial Secretary.
. But with respect to tho members
of the newly-formed government,
who are now about to go before their
constituents for re-election, no such
ground for opposition exists. Thoy
were all pronounced opponents of
tbe Beaven Administration at Lhe
general elections, and as such they
wure tbe deliberate choice of the
people. In accepting office they have
given up no principle. Indeed they
have but given effect to tho policy
upon which they were elected—to
obtain for this province a government which would conduct its affairs
in accordance with the wishes of the
people. It is, perhaps, somewhat
premature to say that tho administration just formed by Mr. Smithe
will fully realize the expectations
of the friends of those who have entered it. But they should certainly
have a fair opportunity of stating
their policy fully, aud of fulfilling
tbe promises made to their constitu
-■tits last July. If they fail, and
there comes to hand material out of
which a better ministry cun be formed, then let the better tako the place
of tho worse.
Tho people of these districts should
not lose Bight of the fact that the
gentlemen whom they elected to
serve them, having entered the Government, are now in a position to
serve them with very much greater
efficiency. A private member of
tbe* Honso has but one vote among
twenty-five: a minister has one vote
among four as an executive ollicer.
Not only so, but it is the ministers
wha devise as well as execute the
. .policy which must govern tbe country, and tbey generally have the
meuns-.of-oaiifjfifig their policy to pro-
vail if it is reasonably sound. If u
man litis been elected us n representative because h« w.is believed to be
the best man to carry out tho \yislirs
of tlio constituency, as a minister he
has nn additional claim upon the
support of bis constituents.
Then; is no probability of any
opposition to the return of Mr. John
Robson in this district. Indeed, it
would bo simply absurd for any person to dispute tho seat with him.
Only last July he received 262 out
of loss thnn 400 "votes, und then
there wove 6 cnujlidntes in tho field.
If Mr. Itolison us a private member
was ttblo to cany the constituency
by such a mujoriy, it is safe to
allirin that Mr. Kobson ns u mii-islec
in the new Government wonld be
hnrd to beat. There is probably no
member of tho House who knows
better the wants of this province,
and of this, district in particular.
Nor is his philosophy n negative one,
for during the time he occupied (he
position of editor of this journal he
has suggested many practical plans
by which theso wants might bo met.
The electors have a right-to expect
that he will endeavor honestly to
redress tlieir grievances and induce
tho now Government to meet thoir
requirements as far us the resources
at.their command wilt permit. Mr.
Davio, of Lillooet, was also returned
with it very decided vote, uud there
appears to us no likelihood of any
opposition to hia re-election by no-
clnmotion. Of Mr. Smithe and his
constituency we du not knon* much,
but presume that bis chances of success must bo assured, iu the evert
of these threo gentlemen' being returned without u contest, the House
will bo able to meet ror despatch of
business on tho 19th in.st,, the day
to which it tllunds adjourned. But
if a contest has to be fought, n fur
ther adjournment frill doubtless become necesHiiry- -which would greatly-'retard uiiK'h-iieoded legislation foi
which the country is Anxiously wait-
CHURCH MEETING
The Sew Ministry.
KiiuivOiiiiiiMisiir the press.
(Fl-.il. tllDVlctOllit Post.)
Mr. Smitho fo tn bo ooiigratulattiod
upon hia choice of yentlomen tu assist
him. Tho inenibors of thu now government; arc men uf education, refinement and culture, and arc all able de-
haters and mm uf undoubted liberal
principled. Truly, the nll'airs nf the
country ave nt present iu gin id hands,
and Mr. Suiithu could nut hnvo made a
better or more fitting Bolectioii, * * *
Thu new ministry come into oflico with
a largo m.ijm-iry, nud from present ap*
pearanoos will continue tn hold thu
reins of powor fur a long period. Tlu*
members of tho new Cabinet nro nil
tried and experienced gentlemen, who
aro thoroughly acquainted with tho
want's of the province, and what is
boat calculated to advance its prosperity.
fFrom tlie VictoriaColonlit.)
The hearty cheers with which the
announcement of ihe personnel of Uio
new government wns received yesterday must bo accepted ns evidence nf
lhe oxtremo popularity nf the appointments. No inure capable men than
the four who nro named could have
been Relucted from a House which is
singularly able uud, iu point nf speaking ability nnd other.elements of fit-
{1083, is the best that has silt sinco
Columbia joined tho Ounfederation1,
It is unuebbssai-y for us to say much nf
the members of tlio new ministry. All
hnve occupied for many years huum*'
able positions. Mr. Smitho, thu premier, iind Mr. A. E. B. Davie, (he
attorney-general, wore members nf the
Elliott Govern ine n t and assisted iu
framing tho revenue policy which enabled the country to meet the tremendous liabilities incurred by 'ho lirst
Walkuiu government and saved it from
bankruptcy, Mr. Robson and Mr.
Drake wero members of the legislative
council beforo Confederation, and Mr.
Unl-Hup afterwards sat for Nan limn iu
the b'^isliiiivii assembly from 1871 to
1875. All aregouHuineuof iargu poliii-
cal experience, good debaters nud stand
high as professional and business men.
Mr Smithe is a successful farmer iu
Oowiohan, where he lias resided for
moro than 20 yoars. Mr. Uubsmi is
editor of the Unms'l COLUMBIAN, tho
lending newspaper nn the mainland.
Mr. Davio is senior member of the
legal firm of Davio it Pooley, Mr.
Drake, who has accepted the position
of the president of thu oounuiWithutit
portfolio, is senior member of the linn
of Drake A Jackson. The ministry is
n strontt one from ovory point of view.
Its members represent important districts and interests. Tho people naturally expect wholesome legislation to
.emanate froin such men; and there is
reason to believe that they will uot bu
disappointed.
mHK MEETING OF CHURCH PK0-
X pie postponed from the ISth Jan.
will be held at tho Skating Kink on
THURSDAY NEXT, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m.
a. \v. ne-W Westminster.
New West., Fob.% 1883*
fo3
THERE   WILL    BE   A   SOCIAL
Daiice at tho
HASTINGS HOTEL,
BUliUARD INLET,
On Tuesday Brining Nut, the
(UU inst.
Tlio   public   arc   cordially   Invited.
Dancing ut 8 o'clock; refreshments nt 12.
•fc.ltl
O. PARENT
Proprietor,
An ExTitAOiiurNAUY Dbath. — An
English paper tells this tough story
from British Uuiaua. In that country,
it says, an inexperienced traveller,
linvinir, as thu custom in tropical
countries, taken a refreshing draught
from tho stem of ono of thu tunny
water-holding plants ,-hich thrive'iu
tho forests, ipiidilled his cold relru:-*!)-*
ment by a "nip" of rum. Shortly
afterward he diud iu excruciating
agony, and a po t mortem examination showed that his internal nfgiins
were literally sealed up with India
rubber. Ho had imbibed the sap of
the mimusops balata, tho juice of
which coagulates and hardens in alcohol,
nud the rum had had its usual el oot
in the pour man's stomach,, with ikous-
sarily fatal results,'
IN THE LAND REGISTRY OFFICE
"Land Registry Ordinance, 1870."
PORT    MOODY.
Lots 31 to HI) "Slock XXXII
" 1 to 12 " XXXIII
" 1 to 12 " XXXIV
" 1 to 12 " . XXXV
" 1 to 12 " XXXVI
"      1 to 12     "     XXXVII
;; ,!*o.,ji}" xxxvm
" 31 to oo J
" I to  01 „ yvvty
" 31 to 30) -U11A
" 1 to   111   „ vr
" 31 to 311/ XL
"    .11 to 30 J A1'1
'Vidimus the Certlficato of Titlo of
Walter Leonard Olde to the nlioiu mentioned hereditaments, iluteil 31st May,
ISS2, and numbered 3-.lt.ia linn been lost,,
and •application has: lioen iiin.le forn'du-
plicKtc "thereof, Notice is therefore hereby given that euoli 'duplicate will lie
issued, unless cause lie shown to the eon-
tnii-y within one month from the date
hereof.
H. B. MVAIKMAN,
Rogisbrar Gonerftl.
Land Registry Ollice,
30th January, 1S83. fc3
IN THE LAND REC13TRY OFFICE
Iii tlm matter nf tho blind Registry
Ordinance, 1870,
—AXD—
Iu tho matter of Iho application of
Cliarlos Di«liv for a (Jcrtilioato of
Indefeasible Titlo to Lol No. 8,
Bloek XXVIII, in the City of
New Westminster.
■VTOTIGG IS HEiUSBY GIVENTHAT
IS a Certificate" of Indefeasible'Title
to the allow mentioned Lot will he issued
to the ubovo named Charles Dighy on
the 1st day of May next, .unless in the
meantime a valid .objection thereto 1)6
mado to tho undersigned in writing by
bonis person having an estate or interest
iu said Lot, or any part thereof.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar General,
Lund Registry Oflico,
30th January, IS83. fe'i
Delrconico's Restaurant
COLUMBIA. STRKKT,
Three  Hours Abort the Coloulitl
Hotel,
TTTlLli OI'EN ON  FEBRUARY 5,
\> ISS3. nnd will be the best nnd
the favorite restaurant in the eity, as it
will be the finest and the one must thoroughly kept,
OTHTERS,  ROULTRY,  and FlUIITS.
Alt tlmt the market affords will be
constantly on hnnd, Cleanliness mul
good order will he tho shilling virtues of
tho establishment. No Chinese cook employed.
MRS. WM. SINCERBAU,
jnySl Proprietress.
Dissolution of Partnorsliip.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
i\ the Partnership heretofore cxlut-
ing' kno\yn as the firm of Robson Bros.,
I'nilii'iet-'is of the BmTMii i'ou'Mwan
Nowspaper and Printing Establishment,
in the City of New Westminster, B. C.,
haa been this day dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. .lohn Robson hnving withdrawn from the sajd firm. The establishment will hereafter be coiiduotcd undor
the style and firm of I). Robson & Co,,
who will pay all elniina ugainst the concern nud recoivd nll sums due the ■.nun*.
Dated tilth Jnn., 1S83.
SPECIAL NOTICE
TYEFERRING TO TIIE ABOVE
\\i notice, nil persons indebted to tlie
lute linn of Itolwon Bros,  aro hereby fo-
quested to make prompt settlement so
that the affairs of the late linn mny be
adjusted.
Jiiy.1l P. EOBSON & CO.
Atlminlstratrix1 Notice.
In the Quods   of MAXmiLLTAX
MICH A Ul), decea ed.
mHE 0NDER.SIG.NED, HAVING
.!_ been duly appointed Administratrix
nf tlm personal Estate and Eftiieto of tlie
Into MaxiiiiilHau Michaud, formerly of
New Westminster, deceased, hereby
notilLn* uW persons Indebted to him tlmt
they nro required to pny the nmouilt of
their indebtedness to GojtBON E. Cou-
H01U.D, Esq., i-iolieitoi*, New Weutiuin-
tjter, within one month from this date,
nnd any pcrnon having a claim against!
tho Estate in requested to furnish particulars thereof to him within that period.
Dated 30th January, 1883.
CELAINE   MICHAUD,
jny31ml Administratrix.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
■VfOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
IS the Partnership of T. K. Pearson
k Co.,- tlooksellnrs nnd Stationers, of the
City of New Westminster, B. C, has
been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
John Robson having withdrawn from the
iaid firm. The business will continue to
be carried oil by the remaining partners,
under the name and stylo of T. it/ R6av-
I son & Co.
HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THEY ARE NOW
OPENING OUT, IN THEIR
COLUMBIA STREET
A LAKGF. AND COMPLETE STOCK
OF
Inp&fiefak
Milt falffiM
1 dtiiw-iaii i'ii*.;uis.-.;i>!i,7
-**!
lye Stuffs
ferlii^
Ti
in-lsitofi
l/li   IICUUIOI
.wrwti
TJatoil I nth January, 1883.
jny31
Aiul overytliilig uiuiiillv fonhfl  in :i
lii'st-uln.s.s .Drug Store.
Tn loiiiliug Honanlinlil (JooiIm llu-v
ir fii lion
Potaih, Lye, Essences,
Cream Tartar, Baking
and Washing Soda,
Whiting, Bird Seed,
White and Mottled Castile
Soap, Toilet Soaps (»
lurgo assortment), &c, &C,
Which will lio.iohl un low as jioaniljlo;
In Oils tlioj- lmvo
Castor, China - Nut,
Neats-foot, Lard, Linseed, Sweet, Cod Liver, Turpentine, etc.
All ofli-reil in  lur^o or sinnll quantities.
PURE  ALCOHOL
Wholesale and Hottiil.
Their Knglish and other Eiirop'tian
Drugs and fllodioineB aro impnrteii
diryot froin tho. London Hduso of
Mus-r«. Curliiu* & Co., and this gunr-
iiiiieoof pul'ity and ux>'iillunoe is roiii-
forcod by careful ujtntuination of Goods
■ni arrival.
DR. CLARKE will havu clmrgo of
tho DJipunsing PopiiEhtient, ji-ri'd hav
ing an ex peri unco of about 25 yours,
bo hopes to givo  general  satisfaction.
Tho lilling of Physici-ins' IVescrip*
tiulis aiid Family Kecipea will receive
s|}ocinl uttenrinii.
Gouds not in Kind; will bo pnunptly
obtained when dosired, and every uf-
fort mado to meet thu wishes uf cub-
toniors,
.Everybody is iuvifod tn call,
REMEMBER THE 1'1-ACE;
NEXT DOOR TO COLONIAL HOTEL
New West., Peb: 8,1883.-        fo»
General Dcnlers-i
New Westminster,.B. C.
M
O
1883.
1883.
IW <M
pLANS   AND    SPECIFICATIONiP
X  . .fijrnishetl.   Jobbing of   all kiiiili|
attcin*flil to.
„ '«■ SHOP — Columbia Street;,   sSesM
"Vcstniu.ster, 1). (J, jnyl(|
JUST ARRIVED
AND FOR  SALE AT
c.-fi. a
COLUMBIA STREET.
TRAPP BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS
MS TWEED SUITS
DIAGONAL SUITS
OVERCOATS
ULSTERS
CARDIGAN JACKETS
50 PIECES FLANNEL
• Groy, Scarlet, Bluo, Whito,
Striped, nnd T''ancy Colors; English, American and Canadian.
CENTS' FURNISHINGS
, English, American aud Canadian
Underwear (sewed and knit, wool,
shaker and cuUon), Wool Over-
shirts, Guruseys, Hocks, Collars,
Scarfs, Tiofli Ilandkerchiefs, iVrc.
WHITE SHIRTS, evory stylo
and qunlity.
SHIETINGS
EnylUh and American, Bleached
mid Unhioache'd. Plain and Twilled
Blenched and Unbleached COTTONS, English and American—
frolu 8 cts. to 30 cts.
Duck Canvas, Deiuiims, Hessians, Tickings, &c
BLANKETS
All Colors, all sizes and all qualities and prices.
PUTS & COMFORTS
White and Colored.
LADIES' JACKETS & DDL--
MANS
Black and Colored.
DRESS COODS
French Merinos (black and colors),
Blifcuk Crape Cloth, Black Cashmere (for mantel and dress), Cashmere Twills (different shades),
Winceys, Tartans, Serges, Ao,
LASSES'   UNDEHGLOTH:Ne
¥ElV£THEHS
HOY & FRY,
and Builders!
Iilnck Brown anil Grey.
8-oves
CiuutUinen'R, in Buck, Dn«, Ante-
l»po, fiuat, Tweek, W«l and
Kid (lined and uulined ; Ladies',
in -Jersey Woul, Thread and Kid.
Kid GhtvcB for Ladies and (Jonllc-
iiifii, in Black,White and Colored.
I Canadian Knit Wool Mitts,
Gloves uud Socks,
FLANNILS
Canadian, liohie-nuido.
UMBRELLAS,   BUBBEK COATS,
and OIL OLOTHINO.
CARPETS   nntl   HEARTH RUGS.
SILVERWARE
■   Pluloil nnd Solid—a hnndsotl'6 lot.
50 doz. Plnted nnd Silver
SPOONS mid FORKS, just re-
ceived from the beat mnnufuctur-
LAMPS, LANTERNS, nnd LAMP
GOODS.
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY.
GR3fER.ES & PROVISIONS
Flour,   Uncoil,   llama,   Sugar, Tea,
Coffee, Oatmeal, Cnrnmeal, Beans,
Polat'ieft,. R'"C, Hominy nnd
CracKed. Wheat, Butter,
Honey, Ac.
In  SHELF  and   tiXtf   GOODS,
stoek oomploto.
Various Brandt cf COAt OIL.
NoWMt 8,1882: lio8
E.  ELLIOTT
HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS ill
Mr, Dcono's Store, next to Tr&njS
Bi-otlioi-s, and lias on hand a large con J
signinent of
ENGLISH   CUTLERY,    ELECTltb]
PLATED TEA  SETS,   BREAKFAST CRUETS, TEA TKAYS,
SAUCEPANS, KETTLES,
kc, kc
A good stoek of   CROCKERY an'o|
EARTHENWARE shortly expeeted.
Call and inspect. . deGinlf
-o-xtb-j?-
'    -AN INVOICE OF—
WAGGONS!
Ctittinf Boxes, Soot Sllcenr,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and]
Mohawk Flows, &c.,&c.
BURNS & CfOTj
VICTORIA,  B. C
AHKST3   FOR
faterons Engine forks Co.]
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO,*
Portal-Io Saw Hills,   Crist Mills,!
ShiiiKle Mills,. Clinraiilon En-
Sliii-s, Saw Mill Muiliiiit'rj,
Ac,  if.
A, Harris, Son & Company |
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Rriintro,***  Mowers  nnd   llenpor', I
Osborne Mowers, llranlford and
llshoriic Cord Hinders'.
J.OIisner, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
(enlennlal  Sulky  itnlie.        ....
Tooth Harrows, Sprlmr Tooth
Cultivator. Ilrantford Grain
Drill, die.,  1st.
izr Machines always on hand. Ropait-s ]
kept. del3 .
SALE
1
lilO li
WILIi SELL FOR THK
IIT 30 DAYS!
THE   REMAINDER .OF   THEIR
LARGE AND WELL, ASSORTED  STOCK  tif
FALL & WINTER
GOODS
CLOTHING, &t
AT COST PfilCSfOfi CASH
8o as to make rooii for the
lance Mock now on the
my for the spring.
CALL    ANQ    EXAMINE/
vjnySO) wmmst^mWKBamsmmKmragse
Wxt British Columbian.
Siilnnluy M-iriilnjr, Fein it, ikh».
Repairs on tho titeaiuer Myra nro
boing pushed forward.
Tlio roftSa-between tin's city and the
Inlet are -feV-oclcingly rough.
(•<- Hon, Vforo, Robson is expootod up
from Victoria ou Tuesday.
, r Two 'new street lumps have bueii
;   erected on Columbia street.
i ( Burnaby Luke is again frozen ovor,
and the skating is said to bo first-class.
The M. P,s from this province left
.San Franoiaco for Ottawa on the 27th
•ult.
{_ Tho inlet at Pott,, Mondy has boon
I covered with ios for the past threo
) '*%•'■
- We understand that Mi*. Tnwnsend
has put a atniro on thu road from this
)    city to Port Moody,
\ James U. Keene -predicts thnt the
,Un)ted States is on tho verge uf a
grunt financial crisis.
I Yesterday 145,0l)b foet of Innilmr
,wm shipped from Wobster's mill for
ilie railway works at Port Moody.
* fhe temperance "boom" has struck
the eity gaol; several nf the inmates
jiave sighed the total abstinence
pMge.
I i, The Chiuose Now Year commences
(.next Tuesday, and tho occasion will he
i *duly celebrated by the usual Chinese
f festivities.
• During the last few days thin ice
(has been formed on some parts nf tlio
[/fiver, but not sufficient tb.intei-fore
i with navigation.
, Thero appenrs to bo a scarcity of
beef and mutton nil along the coast,
,;and it is expected boef will soon reach
] 20cts. por pound.
[.,'. Mr, H. V. Edmonds, who hns boen
at .Victoria for a fow davs, reports the
j.pale of twenty lots at Port Moody, at
good prices, for cash.
A The customs duties collected at Victoria last month amounted to .$3fi(-
AOi, an increase nf §3,544 over tho
: sarhe month lust yenr.
J It is reported that Henry Ward
j Becclier will nniko a tour nf the ivtSsi
knext Bummer, minims an far us Puyet
j Sound, and perhaps British Coiumbin.
j. After a week of open weather we
nro now having Mother cold snap. On
Thursday night Oapt, Poole's tbor-
.niometor wont down within 10 deg.
j of zero.
L. It will be soon from a notice else-
iwherrtthnt the. cony relational meeting
Lin    connection    with   Holy  Trinity
Church is to tako .place next Thursday evening.
. Thoro have boon soveral rows between tho Cliinesn gauss at Maple
Kidgo nnd tlio white foremen. - in
somo cases either the foreman or tho
men received serious injuries.
, Wo understand that-the steamship
■Victoria will not,'resume hor trips-to
this city for -about five weeks. The
owners report that thoy cannot obtain
cargoes of coal nt Nanaimo beforo thnt
time.
Suroty there hns boon ample timo to
havo the stones ami debris removed
from Mary and Columbia Bis. opposite
Uhe new post-offioo. If wo mistake
j not the Council of last yenr ordered
them off before the lat of the year.
A flume hns been put in tlio tho St.
i-Jnlnf street ditch, as suggested bv tlm
i Columbian, and the criming cleaned
'off. But the noxt rain will mako thu
crossing ns bad as evor. Something
must be done lo keep tho mud from
- being washed on to it.
Wo are informed that the entertainment given nt Granville Halt on
Wednesday night, by tho Hastings
>Mill Amateurs, was a very dei-ided
success. The hall was filled, aud tbo
performance itself is snid to havo been
excellent. There was a dance iii tliu
hall afterwards.
.; We nro requested tn say that the
Masonio ball at Moodyvillo, noxt, Monday, will bo on the ground Door, the
' fcuppor being served in (ho Lodge
room up stairs. Wo make tliis announcement because a rumor has been
'circulated that. ' dancing tip stairs
would not be safe.
, The steamship Dakota, cnrrVlnn tlm
| British Columbia inr.iln, sailed from
j San Francisco for Victoria ou Wed-
■ liesday.   The mails will probably bo
delivored in Victoria to-day, hut they
!will not reach this city till Tuesday
evening! Three days from San Francisco to Victoria, and three days from
Victoria to New Westminster!
t The members of the local government hnd a lengthy interview with
Hon. Mr. Trutch yesterday. It is reported that the dry dock, tho Island
railway and the railway lauds formed
the subject of the confereuco. The
now govornment are losing no timo in
taking into consideration tho moBt
vital interests of the country.—Colon-
Ut.
According to the Colmid, tho number df legal votes in the several constituencies aro as follows: Yale 'district, 081); Kootenay, 30; Lillooet, 102;
Cariboo, 522; New Westminster, 810;
New WostminBter Oity, 302; Victoria
Oity district, 1222; Esquimalt district,
22(1; District of Victoria, 280; district
of Cowichau, 232; district of Nanaimo,
651; district of Comox, 118; district of
Cassiar, KiO.
The delegates appointed nt Langley
Prairie to Wait on the Government respecting municipal improvements reached this city last' Tuesday on their
jray to Victorin. "Finding that a
change of Government bad taken
place, howover, and that political inn-t-
ters were in a very disturbed condition,' they decided to proceed no farther. Thoy waited upon Messrs. Orr
and Armstrong, M. V. Vs., who happened to be in the city, and discussed
with them tho object of their mission.
The delegates were Messrs. Davis,
Bovel and limes.
Piano Tuxino.—Prof. Francis will
visit this city in a few days. Persons
wiidiing pianos tuned or repairedTmoldd
leave thoir orders nt ono of  tho Bbol,
storea.
Meihoiust Chuiuiu*-Rov. E. Robson, pastor. Service at 11 a. in, and
7 p. m. Subject in the evening;—
"Faith Cures." Sunday School and
Bilde Class at 2.30 p. in. So'ats free;
strangers cordially invited. *
Good!—Tho mail steamer Princess
Louise, Onpt.T'ewis, arrived faom Vie.
toria yesterday afternoon at a quarter
before 3 o'clock! Now, that is something respectable. Wo see no reason
in the world why, umler ordinary circumstances, we should pot always receive our mails before 4 o'clock.
PuuMC'Aucousm^-Tho public 'account* for this 'province for tho last
fiscal yoar show a total revenue nf
$453,233, while tbe expenditure reached $4f*,'428. Ouo'of tho largest and
most unsatisfactory items iu tho expenditure account, is that of the graving, dock at Esquimalt,.which apparently swallowed up over $07,553.
Iio\*>{. Columbian Hospital,—-The
Board pf Directors mettf^ihe surgery
of the Royal Columbian Hospital last
Wednesday. Present, W. N. Bole,
Geo. Turner, O, McDnimughj H.
McRoborts, and W. H. Keary. Two
patients mado complaints against each
other for having used foul and -abusive
language, and nfter a thorough investigation both patients were dismissed
from tbe hospital. The Board also
dismissed another patient who was, in
tlieir opinion, unfit to be retained iu
the institution.
The Gjmvino Dock,—Mr. Heaven*!!
report, presented to the House, bIiowb
that thero are still 40.000 cubic yards
to bo excavated iu tho body of tlio
dock. The work already done is pronounced satisfactory; hot it is Baid
there is danger of the colter dam giving way if the dock is not completed
speedily. Tin' total cost uf the work
is put down at $753,9114, Of this sum
the Imperial and Fijder,d;Qnvornmeiits
aro aiipposod to wmtrilmhi 8152,341),
leaving a balnnep of 8301,024 to ojniio
out of fho provincial hviMii'v. It is
oatniijited lhat 8-1311,051 will be required tu finis!) Um work.
Vital Statistics,—According to the
Registrar-General's report there woro
in the p'rov'iico during tb'oyoiir 1881;
Births, 3X4;., deaths, 240; marriages,
liS, Thia shows a very large increase
ovor ttic previous year.
Prov^-ncial Suiiools.—■ The annual
reportpreaefttod to the Provincial Log*;
islatiiro luat wool" Bhowa-that the coat
tif education in this province for the
fiscal year ending last June was §38-•
514,an increase of r33,(il(3 over the
proviiVus y(>*t*\ Tlio number of pupils
entered nt tho various Public Schools
was 2,570. and the average daily attendance was a fraction over l,.'Jl3.
Subtracting from the total expenditure
Ilie amount Applied to building purposes it will bo soon that each pupil,
according to itverngu attendauci-, coat
$30.25. The inoronso of attendance
repdrted over the previous year ia only
82.
Medical Uau. -*■*■ Wo have nliich
pleasure in calling attention to the
advertisement uf Messrs- D. S. Curtis
it Co., which appears in another column. "Medical. Hall',', is certainly
ouo of tiie neatest uml liust appointed
dbiig storen in British Columbia, and
we believe the new firm will bo found
ready and nolo to meet the reasonable
wishes of, nll c-iialomers. The entire
stuck ofdrugsand other good*) is fresh
ami new, and greatcare has been taken
to gut articles approved bythe bust
and latest authorities. Br. Clarke, of
courso. takes charge of the dispensing
depal'tmoiit, while Mr. Curtis will look
after the genera! business. Wo wish
the now tiriu conit'ilbre sltiijess in their
venture, fm-wu believe thoy aro deserving (tf public co i did-Jure. Call and
take a look at Medical Hall.
.The BBLLTowaaOoNVBiisAisioNB,—
Thb third of thoso popular inter*
tainmoiits, under the management uf
the ladies of Holy Trinity, took placo
on Thursday evening, nnd tlm Drill
Shed, its usual, was crowded, Tho
programuio was opened.by the Excelsior Band, Under the efficient leadership of Mi*. Bnindou. A very well
acted original charade fidhiwud, in
whioh the acting of Messrs., Polly and
Lowonborg was especially good. By
t'weou the scenes uf Hio charade thore
were till instrumental solo by Miss S.
Dickinson, a duet by'JJlisses Ellard
and Woods, and a song by Mr, Rick-
man. The-Baud opened the second
part of the programme, which consisted
of a.song by Mr. Justin Polly, an instrumental solo by Mrs. Poole in hor
usual brilliant style, a Bong by Mrs.
W. Moresby,.a part song,by the choir,
a violin and piano duet by Moshi's.
Thomas and Morey, a .vocal duet by
Misses Williams nud Woods, ami ono
of Mr. Keary'b best bits as "A Fino
Old Knglish Geufloimth,!' The work
talilo and refreshment stall^wero
crowded during tho evening, and
must have done a good business,
Seattle Id New York.
San FniNoi.'Jco, Jan. 27. — Jno,
Muir, superintendent of traflic on the
western division of tho Northern Pacific railway, speaking in connection with
the business of that mad, said that the
road would bo completed from St,
Paul to Portland by August next. All
that intervenes at present to prevent a
through road is a gap of 300 miles,
and by tbe time the Bi woman -aud
Mullen tunnels are finished tbo gap
would be 311ed. It is barely possible
that heavy weather or somo uuforsuun
accident would delay matters, but
hu was .satisfied that, by next fall
that 1,01(1 miles of rond tvmfld, permit Now York passengers to m*
rivo at Portland and Seattle on
Puget Sound, without a break in
thu line excepting to crosrf Columbia river ou Ihe Oregon side to a, point
opposite Kulaina. From present indications the road will bu completed the
coming summer,, thus giving Eastern
Oregon aud Washington Territory
through connection with deep Water
on the Sound, an advantage only to
bu appreciated by thoso knowing the
extraordinary .wheat-raisiuy capacities
of that section of country.
Gold Deposits In Alaska.
A Washington tfjjoctoi "ftfl-ri'V (hat
private dispatches have beon received
of a reliablu character with reference
to the nature of the gold deposits in
Alaska. Ouo quartz vein 200 foet
wide, whicli will not fivo to eight dollars por ton, lias been discovered ou
the mainland of Soullioru Alaska.
Many others equally as rich in the
Bumu district are reported, and preparations are being mado quietly, it is
said, by a combination of New York
and San Francisco capitalists, to start
early iu the spring with mills and machinery to take possession of tho mines.
Plenty of coal and timber aro reported at no groat distance from tho mines.
Two gentlemen, in conversation on
the subject to-day, said there would
be 10,000 mon from Nevada and California on their way to Alaska within
three months.
 --**->	
Oold in Kootenay.
A correspondent of tbe Portland
iVcif-i says; "About Um miles over a
ridge of mountains northeast of
Thompson's station, is a *. rolling,
prairie-like region of about 2,500
square miles, stretching far away to tbo
Kootenay country, which hns boon but
little prospected. Humor, has it thnt
there are rich mineral deposits through
tbat section of the country. A reliable
party told tho ATcim correspondent that
a number of years ago an old Frenchman, iu the employ uf the Hudson
Bay Company, discovered marvelous
rich placer diggings in those parts.
Running short of supplies, he returned to a Montana camp after a new supply of food, bringing with him a large
'number of jjolil nuggets that he bad
taken from his newly discovered bonanza. At Hie Molilalia camp he took
sick nud diud; but beforo his death ho
told two other Frenchmen—friends of
his-—the whereabouts of the rich discovery. Thoy set out to find it, but it
being, then, so far away from any
civilization, aud in such a wild), dr'o.try
country, they got discmirayed and gavo
up the search for tho tunc boing.
Thoy intend to renew tho search this
coming summer.   Quite a nnml-or of
Jd pro.-pu'.-tnrs, tint have happened to
got Wind of (ho diggings, aro just ivait-
ng for the grasa lo .spring up so that
thoy can sat nut on a pru-ipoctiii'g tour
Out tho same buiianKif.
From Langley Prairie.
(CiiHi'».poiii?oiicuoV ii".' Brtihli Ci-liinil't.w.)
At the cMse of diVYfte sen-ice at. tho
Prairie District on Sunday the Uov.
Mr. Dunn announced the sums which
had been roouiVod by him in tho different districts during the past year,
aa follows: Mud Bay, $10!); Langley
Prairie, $141; Fort Langloy, .Vl'*";
Maple ltidgo,.$lGdi subscriptions, $35;
total,. $518. This is more than three
times the amount tailed m these districts in 1870, tlio first year, of Mr.
Ilium's ministry in Langley. The
largo increase shows not uiiiy tho continued popularity of Mr Dunn, but
the increased prosperity of tho settlements.
From ULajkltf ttidge.
(Corrteiiiiinleirfe ul' tin* Itiitlsl- 6ui.wili.itt,)
The employes of the C. P. li. gave
a grand ball and supper here last Friday evening, mid notwithstanding ico
in the river and tho drenching ruin
which made roads almost impassable,
the attendance of both ladies and
gentlemen was large. The aueCCBa uf
tho affair .reUoots very great credit
upon the g'eVrtVm-jii who gave tlm entertainment. Mr. Molioniiey's new
house ww\ secured for tho occasion,
and tlio ball room was decorated so
tastefully aiid so elaborately that
everyone vrni taken by surprise. The
walls wore sot oil' willi evergreen
wreaths. Two wreaths overhung, passing through the room diagonally and
intersecting in the centre. Tliu initials C. P. U. It., inscribed iu large
letters on scarlet, and over which
tbu-rjidiud (I'm Union Jack and tlm
Star Spangled Uaniior. met thu oyo uf
fho beholder tm entering tbo door.
Dancing commenced at 7:110, and was
kept up till midnight, when the company adj'iuroed tu Mr. Nelson's for
aiqipor. The tables were loaded with
viands fit for a prince, and ample justice waa done td tlie feast. Dancim;
was then resumed, and the ball did
not break up till after 3 o'clock. The
ball was conducted with the greatest
order, ltefore separating, the National An bom was sung, and three hearty
cheers were given for Mr. Onderdonk,
Maple Ridge, and the railway men.
loctuuUv he keeps himsolf far better
poised than if he followed the drinking
customs of the run bf army olnCeifc
Hjh mind is clearer, and ho can trust
his judgment, How many thousands
of lives would havo been saved in bur
-war, for instance, if thu generals bad
all boen as sober ns Widseley is said to
be. We observe that among Buirlisll-
nien of education and ability, and who
carry the load of extensive'affairs, tbo
tendency is toward increasing abstemiousness, and that, even total abstainers are growing pretty numerous. It
is a tendency which wo commend tu
the thoughtful attention of -our men
iu public life, our professional and
business wei).
EXCLUSIVE  DESPATCHES TO THE COLUMBIAN;
A Temperance General.
(Vnim tlio N, V. Sim.)
lt was recently reported tbat Sir
Garnet Wolseley is a total abstainer
from intoxicating beverages, A man
who sat, by thu sidu of him at dinner
found that ho loft his wine glass untouched aud that that was his habit.
Of course, the temperance people will
make much of that alleged riftt.   The
greatest, of at least iho most successful, Knglish General uf this day is a
teetotaler. His success thoy will attribute to bis abstemiousness, Wbiuh
is all the mote remarkable in a soldier,
of, at Wiy .rate,- the.}'- wjll claim that
tbe triumph of tho English arms in
Egypt hits, been greatly helped by the
sohnety of the general iu command.
Aud they will have good reason for
the claim. Undoubtedly a sober general is far moro trustworthy thnn ouo
who robes on stimulants to bolster bim
up When tho occasion is trying. No
man can bo trusted to do work whioh
requires good judgment if he is much
addicted to drink. Alcohol very soon
atlucts thu balance of thu faculties,
and therefore the less people iyjiu need
fo' havo their heads about thom tako
of it, the better thoy are oil'. Drinking is the groat vice of armies and yet
nowhere ulse does a man require Jiat
all his facilities shall hu normal more
than when iu llio charge of troops in
tliu Held, especially when be is high iu
command. If Sir Garnet Wuhudey is
a teetotaler, ho is a wise man. Ho is
in butler physical condition to a and
the ddlVrcut climates' to vhieh military si-rvico may call him/and futol-
Pauis, Jan. 20.— Tho Prince of
Wales has arrived at Cannes, incognito, where Gladstone is staying for bis
health.
Oannks, Jan. 28. — Sir Stafford
Norihcoto is expootod to arrive horo
shortly. Lord.liinidolph Churchill is
residing near Monte Carlos.
Pauls, Jan. 30.— Falliors has succeeded in forming a new ministry. He
was Boizod with sickness whilo dofond-
ing Pfibre's. bill proscribing the pre-
touderq to Ui'e Throne-. The sitting
wna suspended and after the session
Kallicra fainted. Congestion of the
brain is feared*. Tho debate was adjourned untij' Thursday,
LonooiV, Jan. 31,—McOartey, Parnell, nnd Cullou, Irish members of
parliament, appeal tp the English people to assist the starving Irish families
mid laborers. The Government was
appealed to and the Lord Mayor was
asked tu open a relief fund. Thousands
in Donegal arc subsisting ou fund not
fit for boasts,
London, Jan. 20, — The heaviest
Hoods in the Uritish lake district known
for twenty years now prevail. The
lakes Dorwol, Tliarorand ttuBsinthwallt
now join each other. A portion of
.Kozwiek is submcis-ed. The Times
says tho most uncertain element in the
conditions nlf noting tho value ot money
in 1883 ia iho nation of tho Auiiirioati
Congress iu regard to tho tariff bill.
LpNDOtfj Jan. 30.—A rigged steamer of 1,21)0 tons has Ipu wrecked off
Tuacar light, It is feared tliu crew are
lost.
MoNTittiAT,. Jan. 30.*-Advicea from
iho Canadian North-West stato that
ranch companies on fiow rivor districts
lost several thousand head of cattle
owing to the hoverity of tbo winter.
Tho Cochrane, Unnch Co. havb boen
obliged to drive cattle suuth-wuat from
Calgarry. district to Fort McLeod
whore, owing to tho winds from tho
Pacific Coast, the climate is milder,
Ottawa, Jan. 31.-—Thu Governor-
General has returned and and was cordially welcomed.
Qvnbuci, Jan. 31. — Tho carnival
closed to-night wiih a torch-light procession by lhe snow-shoo clubs.
Nrw Yoitic, Jan. 30.—Tho Marquis
of Lorne visited Tiffiny's to-day, and
during hfo visit an English lady of
middle ago presented herself to the
Marquis and craved tho privilege of
shaking hands wiih a son in-law of the
Queen. This was grunted. Lorne
desired to soo two gold bracelets, fun-
similiea of which had boon ni/vilo by
Tiffany and Co. for his sipters, Lady
Elizabeth and Lady Mary and fur
Queoti Victoria, us ho desired to order
another pair for (hu Princess Louise.
Yacr, B, C. Jan. 31,— During thu
last cold snap there was quite a chapter «if accidents, J. llaiU-y, whilo in-
toMuiited, between Yalo and Boutins,
bad his feet frozen and will probably
l««o both. W. Hugely tell on tbo sidewalk bore and had his leg broken;
Maritz Deilzd, a Gorman, fell off a
trestle above the Dig Tun nol resulting
in fracturing both thighs, one iu two
places' besides sustaining bruises and
luiernnl injuries. A prisoner in thu
jnH hero named Murphy attempted to
c'liiuiit suicide last Sunday night by
out i ing his throat with a penknife,
He was, however, discovered before ho
did any serious injury to himself.
Weather again very cold, nnd reported
flit! siimo from thu upper country.
Yxoronu, Feb. 1.—In tho County
Court to-day Winters, a liaclcmnii, Rued
Beavon for two hundred dollars for
services itt Vu-o-r'ogal reception and
obtained jugdment for 8190.
Victoria, Feb. 2.—Cold and heavy
winds prevail hero. On Wedneaday a
vessel dragged hur anchor in Royal
Roads, nearly coming to grief; Yesterday a-vessel was reported rislmre
befcwe'jiu Capo Flattftry and Noah Bay,
supposed to bo an American ship lumber laden from Puget Sound bound,
for South America. Yesterday the
barque Antwerp, Capt. Smith, 3o days
from Shanghai, arrivbd in Royal
li'-nd-i. She had a rough passage and
will go to Hastings Mil! to load lumber. Hon. Mr. Smitho left for Cowichau this morning to attend to his
election. . Thore is no probability of
opposition.
Dublin, Jan. 31.—Two prisoners in
Kiluiainham jail have been bloinified
as Phoenix Park murderers, aud Kava-
uagh was recognized as driver of tho
car upon wliich tho assassins rode.
The car-driver was found in America.
He wns arrested at Cork while alighting from a Dublin train. He callnd
upon tho crowd to cheer for Councillor-
Carey.
Winnipeo, Jan. 27.—Full returns
of tho Provincial elections give 10
government supporters, and. 11 to tho
opposition.
Ottawa, Jan. 23.—Tho Free Press
puts thu whole cost of tho vleo-regal
trip to British Columbia, California
and tho South at frohiri§25,Q0-$td 530,-
0U0. A liberal nuiutmt,, it nays, was
expended iu tips to hotel servants, also
that Col. Toiirletotto expressed uioat
fears for tho safely of the Princess
Louise from train robbers while passing through Mlssts-urf,
A Pka'is"kworthy Object, --"None
name it but to praise." This is true of
that unsurpassed remedy, "Hagyard's
Yellow Oil." It cures pain and infliuri-
million, whether from sprain, burn,
bruise, or frost bite, lame back, rheumatism, neuralgia, son- throat, croup. d<
ncss, uud ia for internal and external!
A -Remarkable Fact,--It is n
marltnble fact tliat W, A. Edgers, of
Krnnkvillc, who waa so far gone with
liver nud kidney complaint that his life
was despaired of, was cured with four
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters. At
one-time ho lay a forniglit without an
operation of tlio bowels.
ronMiiuptioii Cured;
A Skohet run the Ladies. —-The
great, secret of beauty is piuo blood,
KrnptioiiB and all blotches that disfigure
the face, may he quick Iv cured by Burdock Blood Bittenj, Annie Heath, of
Portland, certifies that she was Cured by
this remedy, aftor suffering for two
years.
PotmuiiiTV.— Why thoy are popular.
fho reason that National Pills are so
universally popular is because they aro
certain in their action, mild and painless
in their operation, and never loavo tho
bowels constipated, Thoy aro sugar
coated, nud contain no mineral poison.
Tins ia REtiABLE.*—ft, N. Wlicelc
Merchant- of Kvtou, was cured of a
severe attack of Inflammation of the Iiiul
Ijy Hugyaitt's I'cbtoral Balsam, 'ibis
great throat and lung healer cares weak
lungs, coughs, hoarseness, bronchitis, and
nil Pectoral complaints.
A Woxvteitt'ui, Cuaxoi:.—Uov. W. E.
Gilford, Miiile pastor of M. 12, Church,
Bothwcll, suffered from chronic dyspepsia eo badly as to rentier life almost a
burden. Three bottles of Burdock Blood
Bitters cured him.
nENTiSTUV.'-lTavfug arrived from tho
interior, "pr, Welsh can now be consulted at his rooms lit the Colonial Hotel.*
PncKirr Ci'-n.r.uY.— T. P. Pearson k
Co. .have received tui assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
Caution.
We beg to call the attention of the
trade and tho public to the well-known
quality and elegance of finish of our
Gold Cases, guaranteed by us to bo of
eighteen karat Gold, U. S, Mint assay,
or of fourteen burnt Oold, as may be
stamped, and also to our mode of selling
tlio Bimo, chargiug only for the Actual
Weight! of the gold used, nnd not for
the baso metal comprised in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. To illustrate
which n tag accompanies each one of our
Oold Casey, which plainly indicates not
only the gross weight of tho case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
In explanation of the above wc desire
to nny thnt the old plan of cliar*,*Mig for
the gross weight of the case, as if it were
all gold, wonted well enough as long as
the inn nu fa chinas were content with the
amount of brass and steel actually ro
quired in ita construction} but when tho
business wan degraded into a contest as
to who should get the most baso metal
into tho least quantity of gold and call it
A Cold case, then the time came when,
in the interest of dealers in Amorican
Watches, it became necessary to adopt a
plan of Belling, showing the buyer exactly how much (loi,i> each case contained.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watches will observe that every
genuine watch, whether gold or silver,
bears our trade murk on both caso and
movement, Cold cases arc stamped "'A.
W. Co.;" nnd guarantee certificates nc
company them. -Silver oases nre stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltlmib, Mass.,
sterling silver," and arc accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed It. E. Bobbins, treasurer. Tho name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of cither distinguishing
marks. This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the fact that our casea
nro frequently separated from our movements, and put upon worthless movements of other makers ninl via1 versa,
thus affecting injuriously the pcrforin-
iiueo of the watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to cover
only our complete watches wholly mado
by us. It is necBBEary ntso, because it is
bo notorious as to bo n public scandal
that thero fo great fraud in the metal
quality of both gold and silver eases ns
now' generally sold. We have demonstrated by frequent assays that iimny
gold niutslivVt* Vises offered in the market arc debased from 10 to 20 por cent,
from the quality they assume to be.
This is a fraud upon the pnrchusor, and
accounts for the low price at wliich such
cased watches havo been jwld.—Arurcni
can Watch Co-waxvi Waltham, Mjyis.
S2J' T. K. Pearson k Co. wish to draw
attention, ]to the fact that fcleynre prepared'to take subscriptions for nll Canadian, American nml British newspapers
and periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—Adv,
An old physician, retired from active
practice, having had placed in his hands
bv an East India Missionary tho formula
of a simple vegetable remcily for tho
speedy and riermtujfint cure ol Consumption, Broiicnitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and
all Throat*and tui'ig ujWctionn, olso.'a
positive and radical cure for Ueiiciil
lJehilityiuid all nervous complaints, after
having thoroughly tested ita wonderful
curative powers in thounnnds of cases,
feels it is hia duty to make it known to
his follows. Tbe recipe, with full particulars, directions for preparation and
use, nud nil necessary advice and instructions for Biicoesflful t.-eiuinent at your
own homo, will be roceivod by you-by
return mail, free of charge, by addressing
with stamp,
DR. 3, C. BAVMON1),
liHWashington Street, Brooklyn, N. Y,
Mention this paper. dc!)yl
fitffUdi (Joliimuln Affenry of Toronto
mix ami lock Works. .!. k ,].
Taylor; -Proprlcton..
These celebrated safes arc made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
nnd have all the modern improvements of
thebest' American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Greemcnf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian inn nu fa eta re,
they nro duty free, and consequently call
ho sold cheaper than cithci English or
'A in erica n Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all men and quality, at
prices ranging from ono hundred to three
thouBfinddollnra.
Detfiiled specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. \Vaitt*& Co. .Victoria.
Russet npplcs, fresh nnd sound, for
pale at f cents per lb. Enquire ai- the
Methodist Parsonage ft
SLEIGHS for SALE
-.   APPLY | SO!.' '
W. II.  LEWIS,
Ni-w  Wphltniimtei1, B. C.
WANTED iMMIQiATEUi
6 0001) 'DP.USS-MAKliES AND 2
Journeyman Tailors, at
TEAPP  BROS.,
jnyl7 New West.,.!!. C.
WANTED IMMEOWTEUr
FOUR OR  FIVE QOOO SEWERS
for the Dress-making Department
of the London House.
Apply to
jnylffl
JAS. ELLARD & CO.,
New Westminster.
WAMTED:
| n CJ10PPKRS AXD HEWERS FOR
J. \l   11 Logging Cniun on Shuswnp Luke.
'Viiges, §"0 to SJliO a mouth, with liounl.
Apply to
Wi i). WILSON,
jnyDinl Kamloops.
NOTICE.
BURINC MY TEMPORARY AB-
.sence from the City, Mr., A.'vf.
ToutiK,«-ill manage tho business of tiie
Holbrook House; and I hereby give 116-
tice tlftifr'A ttill bV responsible for'p'o
debts eoi-tV-r't-3'd without his written
order.
j. W. HENNESSY.*-
New West., Jan. 2, I88U. '   jy3
NOTICE.
ALL PHhSOr^ ARE HEREBY
xV cautioned' against cutting or removing timber of any kind from off laii'ds
held by the Hastlrfgfl Smvhiill Company,
ns parties doing to without ponniBsion
will bo proHeeuted.
lUCIID. H. ALEXANDER.
Burrard Inlet. B. C, '
1:2th Dec., 1882. dehV
CARD of THANKS.
mliR UNDEKSTf'NED, BEFORE
L leaving 4New Westminster, wishes
to return lior sin-jero thank's to her many
friends and customers for the liberal
patronage she received while in business-,
nnd particularly for the considerate kind-
noBsaiid liberality shown hor during the
past week.
mrs. i). Mcdonald. .
New West., Jan. !», 1883.
jny 17m I
Dissolution of FartnersMpi
rnHK T'ARTN'lb'-IIIPIIERETOFOR^
t    existing between D. W. Miller and
J. L. Atkinson, of Sumass, B. C, undei*
the firm name of Miller and Atkinson, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be curried on by D.W.
Miller,  by whom all accounts will be
paid end collected.
D. W. MILLER,
J. L. ATKINSON,
Sumass, 1st Jan., 1P.S3. jny3
NOTICE.
AN IMPRESSION HAVING GONE
uhrouii that I hnvo dispose! of my
property at Port Haney, I hereby state
that sueh is not the ease.
THOMAS HANEY,
au'30t« Port Haney, B.C.
STRAY STEER.
pAi/m INTO THE
\J   the undersigned,
PREMISES OF
wuni, on Sea Island,
somotimo about May last, a red Steer,
coming two years old. The owner is re-
(jueBted to prove property,' pay charges
aiul take him away, otherwise he. will he
soltl for expenses.
juy20wl»      JAM ES FAULKNER.
New Westminster District Maps for
sale nt T. R, Pearson k L'o.'s and W. 11.
Kenry's antl oliicc of Woods k Turner,,
showing Railway Line nnd all surveys up
to .Tune, 1S82.   Price, §1.23. *
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iiit'-ii'-jr lnhlri ■-■■■, liy wliich $5 In IHO h (tity.caii bo
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York. JiiytttniO
1883.
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mitlei'siyncd, on or about tho 2nd
inat., ii three-year old Heifer.
The owner is hereby notified to prove
property, pay expenses nntl tako the mutual away, otherwise it will be soltl to
cover charges.
HUGH MAGEE.
North Arm, N, W. District.      jny20\v2
DI3S0LUTM
Notice.
11HE PARTNERSHIP PETWEEN
the undersigued as Lumber Mcr-
clinnts nt New Westminster lias been
dissnivcd by nintunl censcut. All debts
o^'ine the s;iitl Partncriihip arc to be paid
to John A. Webster who will settle all
debts dim by the snid Partnership.
.Dated at New Westminster thin 24th
day of January, 1883.
JNO:   A. WEBSTER.
G. C. WEUSTER.
Witness:
Hiisuv V. Edmonds. jny.11
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
application will lie mado to tho
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
ttiiti.ih Columbia, at its next session, for
an Act to incorporate a Company to construct and work a RftUtf ny from the -Idtli
parallel, North latitude-, nt a point be
tween Scminhmoo Bay and the Enstcni
line nf Township 22, Now WeStbdnster
District, to connect with the Canadian
Pacific Railway iit some point between
tlio Eastern line of Towusiiiit 27, New
Westmiiintci' District, and tlibVVostoni
Teniiimis nf sail! Cauadlau Pacillo I'ail-
wny, mid.fioiu thnt point to the City of
New Westminster.
ALBERT T. D. Mi-EI.MEN,
Solicitor for the Applicant*.
Now Westminster,
January IT, 1888. jnylUtc
tm. KEY TO
HEALTH.
i'^f':''-'^--i"&^*>*-»'-*-*W*?A
OninrS;, ell [lie c|r*FKftct nventtft of On
bowels, Kltoeys Mirt Lj.ver! ferryinj
.li gradually oiiliolil wi.k-rrng the syslem,
.'! ilie Impurities nn<J ft'tttl htin.otfi of lh<
KCr'tilllS 1 Ol tlli-st-'io lime CMTOctinj
idtllty of tin Etcffiad-!, curing Bill.
■. -.i-ess, D,v:ipoi*3i;i. lic-'-ti.-nihss, Kij-
flnoss, Hrj-n-tbiirt'.. Cojititipaticn,
Orvp.a-i*! of tho Skin. Dremav, Dim-
I'O'ii oi Vrslon. Jamidico. Salt Bheum,
l;rv*..iio!.)5, Strfitul.i. Flnttcrinj oi
as K«vrt, TTtirv.-umcr,-! and Genoral
I».-"lilii;'-: fill til?,.; et-.'l tinny oilier sitni-
li, C'.i-iihl.iint, vi^'-l ii 'lie l.nnnv influence
nf BtTBDOOSiBI 001* PtTPEBS.
1(3 E
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S .*. C.'.. !*JH i: '-i:'.Wth f uronlc
E. E. &EEYELL,
^ry - Goods, Groceries,
3S-37CJ., BTO,
Frimtet., next dooi- lo (Jem Snloon.
HAVING PUKCHASED PEINCI-
liiill)' 'or Quli, 1 nm offuring gooilB
nt tlio very lowpat renniiieiiitivc pricesi
A trial is uoiift.Iently culioiteil. No sec-
onct price,   A lot of
Boois mu\ Shoes
Offered at a Bargain.
Popular Market!
RE-OPENED BY
NELSON BROTHERS
Wholesale Allele. 11
BUTCHERS
pON.STANTLY ON II AND A LARGE
\J ami Choice assortment of
Fresh & Salt Meats,
(i.imo, rou I try, and Vegetables
Or All kind*-.
Uci-rt'tiiitPriiiwtrrtmi uar own Bancha
(Ji'.is** Kaii-fCii.
»!•:?" Families, Refltaurauts, Hotels,
Cainps, Steamers, ami Ship.* siipplietl at
Bed-Rock priced. tl23
.   r-5. Highest cash price paiil frii flhlcs*
All bills will be mailc out on the 1st of
(.'«eh month, and must be paid by-thc 15th.
«*r w*'f5 ^•V*;^-*^ ■
PROCLAMATION.
Electoral llUlrlrt nf \cw Westminster District, to vIt:
pUBUC NOTICE IS ITKRKRV given
L to the KIeetoi'3 of the Dutriet of
N? w Westminster District that in obctH-
inoo to Her RfajoBty'a Writ tn uic direct"
«l, ami henring date the Cllth tiny of Jan*
limy, in the year of Onr Lord One Thoti-
Bimd oight iiuntfrod nml eighty-three, I
require the presence of the wild Klcetora
nt Himmii's House, Scmiahtno Rond, on
the
KUli Day of February,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the piiipofio of
electing oho porson to represent them in
the Legislature of this Provinco,
The mode of mmiin;*.tit)ii of eaiitlitlatea
■slinll be ns follow;*:
The candidates i|!)iill be noiniiiated in
writing, the writing shall lie snbseribed
by two regiatorcd \*jtei-s of the, District
ah proposer and sceoiuier, ami by fhivn
other registeiwl voters of the said Bis-
tiict ns Rsbeutlng to tlie nomination, nnd
shall he dfillVftrod to the Returning Ollicer nt any time between the date of the
Proclamation ami one p. m. of tho day of
nomination, and in the event ot a poll
being tioccsanry audi poll will bo open
on the UHh day of tVbriuiry, from 9 a.
m. to -1 p. nt., at the following places, viz:
Sehool Utilise, Chilliwliack;
School House, Sumas;
Mr, York's House, Upper Snmns ;
Rivoraids, Mattqgi! .
School Houso, iDnngley ;
Sehool House, -Maple Kitfge;
lliown's lionti;, Seiii'ithnioRoad ;
Miutr,'a Honso, Hall's Piiurie ;
Uoyil k Kilgour's, Nortti Ann ;
St.liool Houso, Ti-cnaul f
Court Houafij HurwM }iilet;
Of which every ppn^n is hereby required
to take Notice and govern himself accordingly.   .     V •
Given under my hnnd at New Westminster tlio 2Hth day of .January,
One thousand eight hundred ami
cTglity-thrde,
ADOLPHUS PKELtf" '
jhZ\ Returning Officer. eftftitt
©IU' rStOVI).
THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER XX.
HOME  WITH   HONOnS.
[Continued.)
Now he saw that the village street
was crowded on either side, and the
mn streamed brightly down between
trees brilliant with the lato tints of
autumn, down on tho moving figuros
'ind waving caps, for presently a shout
went up ns the carriage dashud on to
the manse.
'     Thero, over the low gate, roso a
fjreat arch of scarlet ami purple dnh-
ias, hollyhocks, and laurels; mid there,
below the "welcome" tlmt blazed in
'rich colors abovo their heads, stood
'the father and mother, the sunlight
sliming on their whito hair and on Iho
-joyful tears that dimmed their eyes.
Ronald sprang out, and even ns ho
clasped his lnulher in his arm, uncovered his head, und knew that bis
•'father's voice solemnly blessed him,
■Then the three passed into the houso,
■while with true tact the crowd of gazers
went quietly away, and Sir Duncan
'drove borne to Inverallan. '
CHAPTER XXI.
AO FIN KM   F1DELI8.
And so Ronald Bennett woke to
find himself famous in his own littlo
••corner of tho earth. His genuine
'astonishment dobghted his friends
mora than if ho bad boon better prepared for his welcome—it was so fresh,
ao unaffected, with a touch of humor
•Jn lip and eye that took all by storm.
SVhen he walked down the street with
Jamie Pateraon, tho vory children followed him n3 though he had been some
strange being. Ho broke into hearty
laughter when, crossing tho road, bo
looked up ut tho dahlia arch, and
'turning to thom said, with portentous
-gravity, "Bairns! wha wad ever hae
'thocht that Ronald Bennett wad hae
•come to that ?"
"It wnsna to be expect!t, there's nae
doubt o* that," replied Jamie, with a
twinkle in his eyes of affectionate
pride, as ho glanced up at the tall
figure beside him.
"Ye'll bo carryin' a' the lads awn'
wi' ye, Maister Bennett," said a gude
wife, who had often given him a Btick
of "blackmnn" in the days when he
was a "toddling wean;" "they're a'
■for the sodgerin', noo that you'v«
'Come hame an ofh'sher."
"Are thoy, Itfrs. Groy? Then you
just tell them to mind Iho old Soots
proverb, 'War's sweet to tboiu that
never tried it.'"
"Ay, ay, it's a wise-like sayin' yon."
"Hoot, toot!'' interrupted Jamie,
"ye suld leavo ithor folk to sny that;
'Hawks suldnn pike out hawks' een,'
ye ken,"
"Ay, Jamie, true enough; but (Lenl
heart never leo'd*—there's proverb for
"proverb. I'll take recruits for tho
Second with all my heart, it lhey
know what they're after; but I'll have
no 'lees' about it,"
""That's vera richt—-vera richfc indeed, Maistor BSTmett. I'm no Bityiu'
anything again' tho army; but the lads
think it's a' simmer-day wark, and I
ken weol eneuch it's no that. It's no
•every sodger gets a commission like
you,"
"No; and few fellows havo such
luck as I. I often wonder why I had
so many chances. It's n hard life,
•certainly; but, by Jove, war's n grand
game to!' said Ronald, his eye brightening as he spoko; "I wouldn't have
missed some oi those actions for a
.good deal."
"Ay, but thon yo'resafe oot o' them,
my lad," said Jamie; "ye'd no look nae
dooms proud o' them if yo'd left a leg
or an arm not yonder."
"I dare say not, Jamie," replied
Ronald, laughing; "so wo come back
to what I said at first—you know tho
laying, 'Gang to the wars, said the
fule; I'm no Btc a fulo as that!' Gude-
day to yo, Mrs. Grey. Keep your
laddies at hame, and tell thein commissions far thu- ranks are no just as
'common ns blackberries."
"I'll do that, Maisier Bennett,
though them's little gude spokin1 to
my Wullio; mony'a the timo I've toll't
him that he's aye for 'cryin' sheueli to
his chuckies afore they're oot o' thu
egg.1 "
"Hoots, woman! ho wadna bo a
bairn if he had mair sense. Mithcrs
are nye lookin' for grosots nfore thu
flowers are aff tho busses," said Jamio,
as he walked off, keeping as usual the
last word.
Thus the village talk went on, and
It seemed to Ronald that the day of
his arrival, with its surprises, its greetings, ita emotions, was tho longest he
had evor spent, so much was crowded
into thoso few hours. But oven while
lie responded heartily to all the claims
made upon him, he never lost con-
■ciouBness of the one thought—to-morrow he should boo Muriel Leslie.
Sho had written a littlo note to Mrs.
Bennott, on her father's behalf as well
as her own, saying that they would not
of course interfere with tho lirst day of
Ronald's return, but lhat ou the next
thoy hoped to seo the trio from the
manse at dinner. "And tell Ronald,"
■he added, "that I wish ho could spare
me an hour in the morning. I know
he has written everything ho liad to \
tell; but I should liko to hear it again
from him quietly before wo meet in
the evening."
"You will go up early, dear, will
you not ?" Baid Mrs. Bennett.
"Yes, mother, of course; but I'd
rather face another battle. Tt was had
enough to write nbout that business*
but to speak nf it, and to her—poor
girll poor girl!'' snid Ronald, turning
away; and his mothor guessed that tliu
coming interview would bo a sevoro
ordeal to both.
No one could have looked less like a
newly welcomed hero than Ronald, as
he set out with a depressed and anxious
countenanco fur Inverallan. It was
hard that this his firat interniow with
her must be bo painful, and he wished
it could have taken placo anywhere
else than in tho castle. It would bo a
dark memory among the bright and
happy associations that for him clung
about the place.
As though some such thought had 	
occurred to Muriel herself, sho did not Pocket Ct:Tr,F.nv.—T. K. Pearson k
receive hint in either of the rooms in Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
which they habitually sat, but in a  Cutlery direct from England.
Garret-room off the library, wliere sho
bad arranged her writing-table and her
newly acquired books and papers concerning the estate.
Ronald, strong fellow as be was, wns
trembling as be entered, and could
only bow silently over her proffered
hand. Tho sight of the grave face,
looking pale between the white cap aiid
the long black dress, moved hiin ns
nothing else had ever done; but Muriol, however, stirred by the mooting
with one fresh from tlie scene sho continually pictured to heraolfj retained
tho composuvo, and apoke in tones
that wero only somewhat lower than
usual.
"I am very happy to seo you snfu
homo, Ronald; you'r mother's heart
will bo light again. '
Still Roiinld said nothing, If he
eoukl have knelt at hur feot, havo kissed the hem of her garment, bo would
hnvo dono so; but to speak was impossible--what could ho say that was
worth Ihe saying I
"Wo have all bean so pleased, so
.frond of your success," sho continued,
kindly.   •
"You—the kindness hns mndo it
woiIh more than I could hnve thought
possible. I did uot value it lwlf so
much beforo," stammered Ronald,
,"No; my father told mo you had no
idea wo bad thought so much of it,"
She paused for a moment. "It was
good of yon to come so early—I wanted so much to henr-r-tell ine evertlimg'
—anything you can.11
Ronald looked at her for an instant,
and ns he saw the longing and grief in
her face, be turned sharply away to
the window.
"I wrote to you. Tell you everything! Why, mon could not talk of it
all; and to tell you—you—oh, it is ton
■horriblol I can't do it!" he said, in
broken sentences.
There was a moment's silence, then
Muriel moved toward him,
"It is unkind of me. to ask it, and
yet I do ask—just because you nro
such an old friend; I could not bear it
from a stranger. If you knew how. I
want to know— (o seo the pi.ieo in my
mind's eye. Ronald, if you had lost
-some one you loved—would you not
long to see their grave'! And I never
shall see it!" cried she, with a sub.
Then Ronald mastered himself, nud
without looking at her, told iu u low,
even tone, all that he could find to
tell, describing tho enclosure iu which
Unit last stand had been inaiio, tbenput
whero Leslie had fallen, the group of
English graves. Onco he heard her
sub and stir, and guessed that she was"
crouched clown nii the chair behind
In'm, but still he went steadily on.
When ho had finished ho waited there;
nnd presently she came to him aud put
her hnnd on his slecvo,
"Thank you. J. know this hns been
a hard thing to do, but you will not
regret, it, for it has been lhe greatest
kindness to me; it will mako me less
restless. Now we will not speak of it
again, nud wo shall meet this evening
just as usual."
"Yes." He glanced at the dolicato
whito fingers lying near his own
brown hand, and raised them gently,
just touching thom with his lips; thou
he waited silently while Bhe left the
mom, and mado hia way homeward,
drawing a deep breath of relief.
"Was it very trying 1 How did she
bear it !" asked Mrs. Bennott.
"Don't ask mo—thank Heaven it fo
over! and, mother, sho said wo were
not to speak of it again. Is sho always so pale nud thin ?"
''She is looking far bolter than she
did ten days ago. It was the long
anxiety that broke her down. They
were so thoroughly hanpy together."
"Yes—why should ho bo taken and
I be left'I  I would have died to save
hur happiness ?''
"My son!"
"Mother, forgive me; evon for her
who is tho woman above all women, T
ought not to have forgotten you, snid
Ronald, kneeling down beside the old
arm-clmii', whero his mother now passed many hours,
Sho laid her hand ou his hair—
"My dear boy, is it so  frith you—
stiii?"   -•;
"Could it bo ro once, for such a
woman, nnd could one change, mother.'
While she was a wifo, I could only
think of her as—well, no ono might
think of n queen; but now—oh, mother, if I could but comfort hor!"
"But, Ronald, yonr life will bo intolerable if you stay here, bo near her,
and feeling as you do,"
"Oh no, ho replied, lightly, rising
to his feet again. "I'm not a love-Bick
boy now, and I nm strong enough, I
hope, to behave rationally. 1 know
that sho is my one love, and that I
shall never be anything lo her but
what she called ino—Gno blenn her for
it!- to-day. an old friend. Do you
think I would not rather be near her,
with the chance of sometimes pleasing
her, or perhaps cheering her, than be
out of reach of hor altogether I"
"You are wonderfully ohtinged,
Ronald. I can hardly beliore that you
nro tho saino as tlio silent boy who
wns angry because I even guessed his
Beorot.
"It is tbo dtlTeronco between boy
and man, mother. I was n conceited
little blockhead then. I confess 1 mn
a little surprised at myself, for I had
no thought, when 1 oame iu, of speaking in this way, but 1 know the value
of a mother better, you sec; nnd, besides, I am sure of my ground with
her. Now, having .said so much, lot
us bury this too, and speak of it no
more.   Is it agreed P
"Certainly, if you wish it, my dear
y. Ah, Ronald, if you had trusted
3 long ago, as you havo done tu*
T)EGS TO INFORM THE RESID*
XT-eots of New Westminster and vicinity that he fo constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
' Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London tnd
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
II 1MB or BUTY PAID,
In Quantities to gull Customers.
IV. A. GliDy'g,  LoBilmi,
Fine Champagnes,
J. H. ti. UliM
General GoimMon Agent,
FRONT STREET.
OFFICE—MACKENZIE STREET
(Xli.Ut  DRILT, Blllill).
Residence •- Aqnes   Street.
Jaret,
cur
V
•'J-
MME, OOHDi
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
HlW ncdllvltlwlu!,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA,
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
JAHES   HOEMS0I,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,.
'  —AM)-—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(i.l-i-i. Oolnnliil Hold)
N !fi\V   \VE.SXM INST Eli
iter Several good Farms for Sale nml to
Lensc. ( nolO
I UnNtKj- obt 1 UN -ot- ull.
ME'Rci-l'ANTS,
•\S11XIW STREET, ■ VMJTOItlA.
Nortii Btltlsli anil Mes'caiiiiii!
ln8iiN.ni.-o (!o, for Slataiar-:-!.
BROTHERS,
n Hi!
Ml
IMPORTERS &
H.C, BE
■TON & CO.,
'.Vs l-'iuslmry ('irons,
Loudon, K.'C
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWM.
COLT/MEIA   ETP3Ei,
New Westminster,   B, 0.
Ever''Mali'to liis Own Business
.A.
"sss T*-"1 **-:*"< T   ****:
«*a       Mnd   ......J   »J^hJ  «!*-
PRACTICAL
8*2 EfyiBST
-* -**i -** -: ■-*- f,
UiJti'J^
HO By
=*W
[U.S.]
vidroii
OLEMBNl
A, liy tlm
y^>
r. CORNWALL.
\v
ritKniSAa
[i..s.]    ci.EJU.vr I', cmtNivAi.i,.
UaMwor'-n'Rillli, to.
r the Sectoral IlWrid
WES
COLUMBIA   STFIEET
(lll'l1. OM.OSUL lioTBt,),
HEW  WESTMINSTER,   II. C.
1'IijsIcIiiiis' Pro.icrlptloii-1 nml Fnm
Ily Recipe*.:\ Spcclultf.
N.   B. - Only Gontlino Drugs nsnl
Ovor twenty vnr.ru' oxum-ionce.    un-*.".
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
-DEALERS  IS-
GIOCEBIES
rflU¥-lul'U.n
\VHAUFHTI?F!ET,
VICTOBIA, B.C.
Having establislicd Business in theabovo
J.Jiiiis nml liy
RI8SIT IlPOffllOlS
Kui'opoati & Eastern Markets
HITE  LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  S12.-) 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .§3 00 to 84 00 $ dny
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00
ftriilgo Foremen., 3 00
■Wis. '•> '<
Bridgo CnVpenfcfi,
2 50
Briiliro Carpenters,
2 00
2 50 to
3 50
Blaokamlths,    1st
2 50
Blfinltiniiths,   2nil
BlnoltBroitli Help-
1 50 to
2 00
Drillers	
1 73 to
2 00
1 50 to
1 75
Hewers, Ist ckss
3 50
Choppers, Istclnss
2 50
Scorers, 1st clnss
2 lib
J.;i iiH oi'ilors to th
V-lliiwing Goods:
;&JfcJ*Jt,
RESTS,  IIKliTS
Loans N
41'.,  COnuECT
iJinteil, nml  n  Goner
Business transuded.
I'Jicnl*; IMfo liisiirnnco tem-miij' of
Bl'OOl-lj-n, una* the
Eqiiltiillio MRi Assiirance Socletj
or llio Bulicil Silliest
<-t*',*\-jr.R.'  -fnnKKi',
NEW   -YKSTMINSTl-I*,   B. C.
P. 0. Box 40.
1STABLISH3D   IM   UHtSZ.
Ln      E   u
CK
1 DVERTISliS7G
ram
a:.;
Roonm in and 21. Merclmnls' ;:>:-
tliange, Oiilifornlii St., S. if., imi.
\| B.—A'.IVKU'l'lfllVC yfil.inTEO
!%, .   r..r ,.ll >,..«--.;,|„-i. |.ul.l,.,i.-.l..» ,1..- l'a.-!i„-
jSTTft
Bliu
■?l S*f I'i
I UuAlibUo.
flHil,
Ajjfj
RAfifl
JkUUII
CODFISH,
IlKEeEL,
t^atHlIes, Elec, Sji'iip, Clicesc,
Dried 1'rnils, Canned Goods,
Vinegar, Baking rowflfci'',
«30'
■Pi
Goal
All outside Inlioi-10 hours per day.
All Oni-pontora to fitrnisli tlieir own
Cheat Tools.
All "Employees to iind thohiflelves T3ed,
Bonrd nud Lodging.
Boardinyt Hqn'fios will he convenient
along the Line,   llnard—$-1 per week.
Tt will not bo compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wag(}8 will he pnid monthly, on the
lOth of oaoh month.
..    A.   01DEUD0STK,
(iiENKllAI, illAyAIIKIl.
Ol-'FIOK Ol' Till-. CllNTII.ICTOns,
Can.uiiax P.umi-io Rah.wav,
Vale, Miivoli 1, 1SS1.
Barley,
w&m
WHfih'
PAPEI BASS,
sr (Ioods iti the Grocery and
Prevision Lino.
dayT
"Thon I shouldn't hnvo been a soldier or c;ot n (Miuini-'Jiioii, oi' iiml an
arch of daklifU put up for ine, nor been
id*lu to do nu little as I have done for
her. 'Wlmt -is, is,' snid tin.- wJBD uum,
'and what ia, fo best."
''So it soetns, iny denr, snid Mra,
fienimlt. Sho was su happy, poor soul,
tlmt sho would havo agreed to any
proposition if her boy hnd advanced U.
When tho Irio from the manse went
up to dinner that evening Muriel received tlioiu cheerfully, BhaklJig hands
with Konald ns though they had wot
met before, Thero wero signs of tearn
nbout her eyes, lint Iter smile was
sweet and her voice blear and steady,
(Tn lioCimllntinl.)
Uy Ciiinui
Jtivlil
JAMKfi CtTAItLKS PRRT08T,
i- r-ni.i
- Cm
oflico (tf I,, I'. FJSUBII.
ATOTICPl
IS    ftppli
1 B tf*5* ^
B   %J'   lis,  fl
18 HKttEBY GIVEN, that
i ( impojiy to
the said Act.
nrry out
no 18
PROVINCIAL Sk(!I11-;tauv'h Offioe,
29th January, 1883.
BIS HONOK THELIEUTENANT-
Govornot- lioo been iJleaeed to mako
tho following iippoitttmi;iits:—
William Ssii-ran, Esquire, to bo Chief
Commissioner of Lands and-Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
Albxandbb Edmpsd Bathon Davii-;,
Ksrjuire, to be Attorney-General for the
Provhice of Brititdi Oolumbla,
■Toith* ItOBflON, Esquire, to ho Provincial Mut-rotiiiy «n*t Minister of Mines, mid
Minister of Finance" and Agriculture, for
the Province of British Columbia.
Mont a ti 01* William Tvhwihtt
DitAKB, Psquiro, to be President of the
Executive (Jouneil of the Province of
JJriUih Columbia. jny31
p, s, hamUton,
Att6rncy, Soliciior, Conveyancer, &C.
Corner Mary and Clarksi
Wehtniiuster, li. (!.
i streets, New
di!0ii)3
NOTICE
IS HERBBt GIVEN THAT AEPLl
j   eaUon will bo made nt the next sea
filOn of the f.i
I'roviiu'i; of J:
to (imend tho mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
I'.iid ninendhig Aula, mul tuptwtp
appoint u derinito time for, tlie j
of the r.si-oat*mcut3 undo payabli
the original Act,
C. ,B. SW0IU).
nbl
us Dyking Act, IS
'lilClit,
tutdor
bijilv"!
mnE rJNDEEi
X *;ile on leii'i'in
IIGNBD   HAS   l-'Oi;
able tofins n fow half
lireit Ayreliiro'yciu
•ling Bulls, nil-oil by tin
Thoroughbred Aymliire Uitll
■tO 1CT 'ill' 'j? 13 3K, 3 2ST ,
The iluiiw being choiee   tliiiry cowfl.
A. S. VKUBKil,
j'-l 1 fiillimi';
{J pen
31 CV
OIAL ATIENTI
.IT. |
Is called to ihe undornoted CooiIr, on
whieh tlio most LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS will be offbrod to the
Trade, as we urn
SOLE
AptsforBriMOBMia
n001» AS GOLD BAKIXG POWDLR
The Ilest uml Chciipcsfc.
SOLE ADKNTS FOR
Eastern Light Coal Oil
^GTIC SEAMED HMS
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
iTelng   the  Larceat Size and Rest
Tobacco.
THE
SAN F8AHGISG0 BULLETIN
—tii i:—
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Bocky Mountains,
pTISTHEHECOGMKEOAl'THO-
t» i-H.v in Cuintiierdfil iiurl Klnnnclnl UImIm,
uml tlta host Kumil.v Juiirniil oiillio L-iu'lflo const.
Sorveil i-.v ciirrliTfl i'i Bim Piiincj-ico
ninltliu towns of llio in tui tor ni 'S-'ic*. --or w-juh
Ily nmil, **0Klit-!0 guiiil •."-•!~ *ioryoin*,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
rn ii inninliiQlli Iwt'lvii-i*n-*L'Jourmil, mul In pro*
lionl.m lu iin --[•/(-tliaclicttiic'I ji-iju-riii tin'i,oitnli,,v
BDBS.CBIPTI0X RATES.
Tim "W'-*»* i ly ami tin* Frhtnv Dnll-*<ln,
f"i nilii'.t t,.!',** 1 :.*r Miu n11ist i-iiiiipictu Scitii-
W«(*kly imliHslicil oh Hid piictllo t\mt, will
iii'-Kml loimy ii-Uli-t-*1*1, iiiwlug-) [iniil, ull tlm foh
luwlligtoriilsi
Weekly .tiul Friday Uullctln.
One Venr  $'! AO
Months     1 M
Weekly Bulletin Alone.
it-ilttnitNH li.v Iirnn, I'OHtofllw
i-i'. \- <.::>'* Kx.n.'.is, nmi k,-.|.i
r li-ilc.
FRKfi 8KE» BIRTRlIHfTIOX.
OTgggg^gejiBgggBBC^Bggnijjj
lE-lSS pui REMEDY!
iS^-fe*!''1    Ia n nevor-fnlling
__,   Z^^^t ' Cure for Ncrv-
WC     Vw&    oiisDebllity.Ex.
hauslfii Vitiility
of a ny k I p d,
Weakness, Par-'
p.lyels,    Ptoain'-
1 orr lie en,and all
the  terrible ef-
mm,mmmrmmmmmnuM. T(-*L'|3 ol j-oulhtul
foIlii'H.anil rxci-asea In muiiirer yenra,
DIS, MINTIE will turret* lo forfeit
FlVO Humll'efl IlOilarS for a caso of
thia kind the Vital Restorative (under1
his apeciitl nilvitu* ami trKatinetil)willnot
mire, «r for tin.vtliirp impure or injurious
found in it. DR. MINTIK i^ala all Dis-
pnaea fniceessfiilly wit limit mercury.
Consult at ion free. Tlioroiijih exnnii-
■i.ition nnd advict', $5*00. Pt'lce or Vital
Restorative, $3-00 a Jiottjp, or four
tiinea rUe qiifinrliy, S10-00; ricnt to any'
adtlrofls upon receipt of prlc, or (' O D,,,
secure from obsi-rrntion, and in nrivnto'
name if deaired, by A. E. MINTIE,
M.D.
Tlioao who cannot visit DR. MINTIR
in •San Francisco alinnhl send u full and
mtiiiile stiiipmcnt of their troubles with
©2500, nnd in return n full cnurap of
Medicine will he forwardi-d, swciirely
pauketl, ao aa nnt to excite ruriOsity,
, All orders for mr-iliciftp O. O D, must
he flocooipanied will) Si.00 (nan Giifir-
nnti-f of pond fnlili), which will be deducted when Nip pnekn-fp is slilpped.
SAMPtS ROTTI.R FBER.—Sent  on |
application l-jili-itcr slating nymptomq,
sex and  age.   Ciimmunicatlona strictly j
confulential. jny31-ly
.11 Kfiirnoy Strcrl, gnn Finn Cisco, fill.
EARS
FOB THE
MILLION!'
Foo  Choo's   Balsam  of
Shark's Oil ..
Positively Restores tho Hearing, ami
is the Only Absolute Cure for       I
Doaftiess Known. j
Tliis Oil Ih iiuntvuntoil from jiecnlInr h].ipcIps of
-nimll Wlilln.Shnrlc, cnuglit in llio Yellow
Sen, knuwn na U.miciiarhDi-n lluM-r.i.F.m. Kvory
OlilnoBo ilalii'iiiinii Jtaows it, Hu vi'iinc iw a
ri'ftorntiv'i or lii'iii'int; wns ilif.-i,i)v-!i--'il )■>• n Htiilil-
liixt t'rloHt mlotit tlio yonr UIO. 1 fs cinx's wero m>
iiiiiiR'ioiM -imi iiinny an >--!«-ui:t*'-;;y mica- j
citt'MiK, iiml tlm renu'ily who ulllniiilly |ii'ii<
clniini'il -ivertlii'cnlii-.' .'.iii-iir--. Mm iihh lieeiiaio i
;■:, nnlrormil Hint fur over .'too yeum nn>
DcftflK-KBHns **-sl*-l*!il Hiu:»it(J; iht-UKt-
Mo»« |i--f*jjlc. Hi'iit, clmri'iw in*i*-i;iiil, t» nay
ilil-lre8ont|i.00ite-*lri»ttlo.
HcarWiilU the Incal'Sajv
It Ii»s !]p*T-trmiiit ti tairncle in iny civ,*).
I Iwvu no iniiiiii'tlilj' n lint*- in my lir-iil nail li-.-iir
much baiter,
I Imve lici'ii Riviiltj* bPiieftttwl.
My ilwiriic**.-* hi'lii-.'J ii urenl <U*ai—tltitit* nimthor   ■
b,)ttlo-will emu lilt).
"Ituvlrllies hit
TUT. UHAnACfhll AIJv
B0NA1.lt  -IKBTIFV,   1
S';tiv.n-tri\.    Wrili-
7 D» 81
v Y-.i
»HUHH lON.Mii.!-ii;(<1  it.i CUBA-
-vie. ah tiir urntrsit can ran-
>:n  I'll"?! Ma-rti-iiM-i; ,1x11 nn-
lulhvi.'
asfl.0.1, iiiul vuti
will t'-c-l*..- In- ivtnni .'i r.'imvlv Ih.-I will i-n.iliU*
vim t'lliem- III;,' nnvLivl*- ,.|ki-. ami wli.urn nimtlro
eir.'i't-i will Im |.t'rtnii]ieiil. Vmi will never le'-iet
iliillliri*" "—KliITDII ui* MencANTlLR llEVItw,
l(ij~ Tn utuIcI lens in 'tliu Mnlla, pleusu arml
money by i:«-ai--icrc-l Letter.
Only iiit|Mnli-r! by
Il-VYLOC'IC ifc .1ENNEST,
IleySt., N. V.
Sole AgrntH for AninrJeiw
no lyl
idi 1
..■:■ will In-
li"li!:-|
  ii v.iiti-ii.i-. nil1:;'.
■r,\i:j.i-;»ti.i n.p)Wi:i: flliRUS, rqiml ii
tin' mill ci'Ijitloa |n-li't' i»r llio |in|ier,
*a*Send fin- Snuiplo Copy, fivlnij full pn
Adilreas,
S.F. BtllliETIN.COMPANY.
S.W FItANOlSCO.
Cnlifiiriilii,
RO   3ICE3IP m (lcttr-v |^r,,p'-
Uil. LiCDllUi BwiPrnaclncofOal
/^iiX'llN'li!;-* TO TItBAT mc-
\j  HNfUlly   by  llnntonputliy
* evrr.Vl'.Jl-IIM.r fliifiill.i.l-l'llfi.llit-
l-l llinc-.u' without Mmcniyor Nun.
L(J -.eon-   Dril-r-l.     1)11.    l.llilllir-
rr i.wiii iim'iiii i^ipi.-.iijv.*nmi
J^  -miim-ii*   eive    for    Semliml
J-* WimI; -, .Vi'ivoiis nml l'|iv**i--iil
r** lU-lillllv, liiNt Mi.ahoiiil, Vltnl
if) l*.\linii-tl ninl nil tin-lenilile
i |jj result-* of hIiii-tiI nntlilo. oxdom.
/ -.-■ on nml   yoiillifltl fullln
DU SPIKY & CO.'S
DISl'tiNSAECV,
WO. 11 KEAENEY STUEET,
SAN PSAIICISCO, GAI.
Tl'hn. HPIKjVISV, well Itiioi-ii ns tin tliau-
HJ!' ili-ruf HieMmtreil.lT. K.) M.,.l!rnl iii-.il-
tutu, inn] luti- I'n.-irii-klL-til tliu .•**i'|.\MiV,VII,l.l''
I.Nr'lll.MAItY, ivoulil ain.it rei|ii'..*lf!illy inr.iim
liin imticniR nml tlm nDii.'teil ■n-aeinlly, tlmt ho
-iill eniitinucs to timtclirnnlonntl nervous dl*-*
eiisei* Willi iiil[uHiiIIo1l';| succd*),
J-AD213R AND GEWT^EKSN.
tho thief of
COMEAN.T) BR JiEAtSB.
m'nttera unt wlmt j
iIiIm tuny lie, como
nii'l l>*t iho Docior e-tiiMlne-yourcam It will
cont you tuillitiij* fm- coiiRiiHtitlun, bo pleius cnll
nml Hntlflfy yonnalvos wlititliur tlm D.n-tur unih-r*
Ptuilils yonreiiMi. II he cm cine Vim he will tell
you -mi if nut, lie will Ull you tl.it, for hi; will
not aii'lerlnli-t it ciiup uttlenri he ia conliiluut of of*
racttiiKiicaro.
I'arllea  nt n ilIllAllCD wiohln-r trentment, by
-■ lio-i i'J-'i nmi a minute licHci-l-iiion nf their
tiiiiiMi-ii will rccolve in ntiirn n full coiirnn nf
Ilenluu'iit wi'iMiifly imt-lii'tl m iw not In exeilo cu-
lli.ift.Y-
1)11. SIMNNKV will pnrnnti'P tn li-rfclt Vivo
itiitiilreil |i,.!!;ir* lor uvcry rise i,r nny fclmt or
dinrneicrwhich he unitert'ibe-itui-l fl-.il*-* tomire.
I1, B.—For illfloasot of Hhort Blntiillni*, n full
cimr-iB of ine-Uclni'i-, i-iifllcii'lil for n euro, wiih
raotloni, wiil be unit lu iuiv rultlrcs* on
it of *I0,
Cull (
■]■ AiMi-wr
Dr. 8PIK"VF,V & CO.,
i, 11 Ke.nii'y.*j|..Siin Kiiftiiclioti.CiI.
T II B
'  1)0
rwltl .
i la '
Ml,'
Our Goods are $ua-
ranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--at 'nils—-
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
V-tlit*-'-       '■ I''"-'1  Hel)«IH» I'-'i' in-line that
!— *wMiT'*\ I'-niiileriiikwniiil Inllx In euro.
:-, yrjx  \ti.c ik*".' i ..in -.I
W /-.''>,\     V„- 'i   i '1,-c.l ..r :-: i.iiioil Weal;!!.'**.
O  \':-"Nf.'>V»"il III ve .li-'e-iHf-iH.wllis
-J / ■    JvW I" 'i eniui'llivill.m calli'il I'ro.ttii.
-._,    ijy  tmi'luM, whicli t-i'iiiiii-e-i ti siiiTiul
/?-jjv    tenieiiv.  mi. Mi:i>in*ri   IN-
SM'&Q VllMIIA'IMIt,  No. 2, lsaS|in-
r'''jt'<>'•>■ /-» oltln   Cni-fl   fur   I'li-olntutrheu.
"-■ :"">' IT ■'■'■''*■ «f elllit-r lnvk„r;.ti.c. $&
'■■i'<-'i$ Q Iieilmltle. or II Imi ties fill, flout
" X '" "".Vmlrll-eRH Heeui'ely ci.voru-l
_, frulll iilmei-vntlmi. .-r-'iniliulWenk-
mWm aii-xiiiiil l-riNlntiiiTheiMli'iiia vl-
<£ 'nlily fi'uiii lhe Imily nml i-mom
*(•> iiii.i."i-iiih illm'iisM tlmt h;illli>
«-£ orillimfy taeilicnl trentnioiit. if
iillnweil to CDiitiuitiitihti unnntii-
nil Ids,! nlluci-i Mm vltnl iiriiiiri",
Wllicll .-.liM'-ili'-Hl-oyillUlllrleiiSI-S,
Cnainnuitlnn, Miliotutf. lirlRlit'H Dls*nfio, ,hum-
rllce,Il|Hnu!lv,''lc. i:\i-iv*M*.-i, Noii.i.!*!', Alni-in. In-
lieiitiii W.'iiliiu'i.H. .M.ilmitriiiini, l*'|i!iiul mul Oelo-
hl'ni Cuiipl inln 'ii'iin'ON IhiMiliovi- fnt.il iliHciiiiH,
DehlHty nmi ^eipiiiuil WciikucsM ol^irnrt Ilie im*
tii'i'tmit mul nereiH-u-v nctu nl life nml tlieir unh-v-
menlri. Cm-es (Iiimmilee. ]llK,>,i-i-n ol' (lie lieni -
tM-b'nn-try Oi'f-min, Klilncy, l.lvcr nml IHmliliT n
'ilie nm
.lily mi it
mint-; i
! ill-c
'8 Of
I: emisulimior nt otlice or liv
inntlnl.    l(en|muHilil<. pnrtU-s
"lu 111" k limiiiierna tbev
liniiilyiiliyoicluii.   Btrletoiit
»:iK   ItflTl'l-v;    FllIQE..
Ilugilliir StBO llottlo of either rttVijtoriitnr Bout
I'm- to .-low Hi., wnmlmt-'il ri..|.ciiin cf liu-
llronlest Invlgumtor Known loMinliira Uilenll-itJ,
,'.'tiileflyiil|iti'ia-i| say,, If mmrieil, Ae.
Orttl nt* ntlilii'Hd in;. IdlijlIG A (l).. No. 4**0
Henry t*trcel, corner Mmo-ii, fmi Vimiiuhco, On!.
|'1lv,ileenli-mi"..l4'l.'i.Mii-iiuiSlreit.
(JinuriKii ami il nwsiiin.B — lill. J.IBIIM A-
CO. Or'-unl-'.L'il la iiompllntict- wllhi'c.liliirnlii hiw.
|)l|iloimi pi cm eil |iy re{*iiliir oullegi- eilacntioa,
17 vi'Ml'H NjH'i'lnl |)i'iietk'i>, nml ilnlv ili'i'ii-nti iti MC—
coriimicu will. California HeJicul Uw.        liell
rnHK ONLY RLVft IN WHICH THK
J. olotiiea can rbinaln for any length
of tniio without Brooking or sti'Ottkiug—'
thu boat nrticlo in the market! *-*.
C. D. KNIGHT, Mnnufiioti.vcr,
New Wcatminutor,
British Coluuihin.
42T In OAflo of clnthrs bbing left nut in
this rain, oan ]iut Ktinio in llhicover night
ninl thoy will nut bo spooked or streaked!
(uuote)
' NOTlOEr
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmt
application will bo ninths to tlio
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
British Coiumbin, at its next session, for
an Act to incorporate a Company to con--'
struct anil work a Hallway irom a noiiit
between Townships 7 nml 22, District of
New Westiniiiutm-, at the 4IHh parallel
of North latitude, to the City of Now
Westminstor ami I'ort Moody.
ALBERT T. D. McEUIEN,
S'tilicitor for tho Applicants.
Now Wostmhfstcr,
20th December/1882.
MUNICIPAL NOTIGL
Nd'KOH IS HKIIUBY CJ1VEH,
that tlm City Tuxes for I8SH mo
now ilim uml piiyiiMc n't tho office of tho
City Clerk.
JAMES ORR, C. M. C
Now West.,,Inly 25, 1SS2. ,iy2!)
BOY WANT1D."
AN INTUU.Nll-NT ANI) STUADV
.   Boy wanteil to irnrn thu l'liiitinfi
llusinuna,   Mont Ijo   uhlu lo I'ouil una'
write.   Apply at        THIS OFl'IOK.
nolS

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