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Array Kvery WcSnewla-i<* SalwSay,
D. RpeeoN a. CO.
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nm-uekmmmSot-m-T-smr.s
fusm a or,, lag a tratiwott trial.
TBUU-B) H.U. »S*J*»I IllOlbrOaicJ.i
Oftr S tno,,I Myabl, I, Advance, nellferw)
by Oalrtorer Affant, 11 pr ipttrlar, payabt.
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
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aH'''''"w','"i"""1 -" van.
Adhrtlatw AfMl, SI MwenUI',
   ■"---• teiwejv,
iSlllBlil t'i*'-
TWe  I1MI nnurUfconA on al, <
KU't&i'im.'ti
»h.Maav«t«togc(,ntn(t,.««yB.««*,lhrtt f.
liu $ritwh {fohtiflbfait.
Trlek.tr Teletrapky.
It ia generally auppomd that thn
early bird gats the grub. ' Thh principle involved, iBv 'M* waHjkpown
proverb r«t^rj» ;inflnenc« npon almost every enterpitaet which enlist,
human action. Where atrife end
" rivelry extrt, human ambition alwaya
Btruggles for first place. In many
pursuits this is of the very greatest
importance, grid, in none, more, perhaps, than that of the public journalist and the speculator. Both are
content to pay thousands of dollar,
for the purpose of securing the earliest possible information concerning
important punlio events. Tbe one
sweeps' the world with electricity
thst he' mny forestall bis cotetupor-
nries in supplying news to the public; the other speculates upon a
knowledge which self interest forbids him to reveal. In the struggle
for first place tlie' telegraph plays an
important part, It is the swift-
winged messenger which bears magic words that'are turned to gold in
the hands of the speculator. In the
slock ezcltsngerthere is not a prominent operator who tlees not employ
this subtle agent' But as secrets
are not always safo even in tele.,
graphy, these men commonly resort-
to the cipher.. They have correspondents at every important centre
whose business it is to Bend any
item of news which may influence
commercial affairs, These correspondents sometimes gain the confi
denco of official* who curry about
witli them the .secrets of. governments and powerful corporations,
From them he learns of coming
' changes, aud makes baste to lay bis
i information before the speculator,
who operates .in the market accordingly, During the American civil
war many large fortunes were made
in New York and other business
centres by means of early telegrams.
The thing, wss raahaged in this way
Tbe correspondent of n New York
stoek operator gets early information of some event whieh is sure to
send up the price o'f gold. He instantly prepares .some previously
ngreed upon dispatch — "Mary Is
very muoh worse, and the doctor
gives the case up," or "John is very
ill and will not be nble to travel for
some dsys yet"—and telegraphs this
innocent looking message, not to a
firm in New York, for that would
arouse suspicion, if there were a oen-
sor at the telegraph office, bot to
the private address of some one of
its msmbeis, or to the confidential
clerk, or even, in some esses, to the
wife of some one of the house. They
begin buying gold at ,once, cautiously, and through as many third parties as possible, to avoid creating a
panio; and, among their other purchases, make one of fifty or a hun
drsd thousand for the man who hss
furnished the news,. Next day, pr
perhepe' within a few houn, the
news gets out, nnd gold goes up, say
five per cent, and the operators
I pooket their, margins. These correspondents haunt every lobby and
committee room. A conference
committee: reaches a conclusion on
some ini|»rlnnt question, affecting
gold, or stocks, or whisky, or any
other ttrtiole of speculation.. They
imagine It a profound aiere*?f nd are
startled » day or two-afterward: to
find that aome operator In New York
had it within a fe# houn after ita
adoption, and that » fortune had
been made out of the iaMligene*.
The Supreme Court makes a decision;
before it is pronounoed, a "ring" in
New York lias operated ou its effect,
and made a snug' little pile. A bureau of the Government resolves to
recommend a tax on a particular
article j before the recommendation
reaches Congress, certain parlies in
New York have bought tip all bf
the article they can possibly get, and
when the rise oome*. tbey .pocket
the proceeds. And it Is utterly impossible to prevent this. When
news of important buttles come In,
the Government sometimes attempt-
ed it, but the effort was aa idle as it
wss foolish. A censor was established at tbe telegraph offlce, and he
wisely suppressed eveiy d'epstch
saying a word about the war. But
a servant girl comes in with a hurried scrawl on a torn sheet of dell-
If VOLUME -SO
NEW  WESTMINSTER, U G, §ATCRBAY, MAY 3, 1881.
NUMBER 35
H,
R.
WV
catelj-sceiited   French  paper, in
lady's htA :jf| M^dMsf
George H. Montgomery, Fifth AveWfc
Hotel, New York: Oo com* koine »t
oan,. Mary cannot live twen»v*iotir
rwflM longer.     Lauka MflHWPM BUT. '■-,
MQV «"■ •» *t°P tna" -***
George H. Montgomery ia a myth,
and Mary's illness means some
.I'i (Meet, and the hotel olerk
in'jw-tincted to unci nny sifcli
lUpatch by the epeedient mi
to wraebody'B.baDk down town; jjf-nj rjrg
tbe iirm makes the money and,Ihe
Government Connor keeps blinking
like fin owl over theijfi]
pigfjty stopping "everytli
Ing* fo the war"; and the secretary
of war fancies the .wonts of jfete
an pwf«s-tffr.j*feU^
Are not confined to specula torn, however, In the war days the news*
paper which gave the earliest and
most .news respecting the campaign
was sure to take the cake from its
cotemporaries. It is related of a
prominent newspaper editor of these
times, thnt ho became disgusted
with the success of the brokers, und
determined to go into thia cipher
business himself, an the government
censorship shut off alt despatches relating to the war. Unti: he was
somewhat green at the business, mul
not well posted in .the arrangement
of a cipher. He mailn one, however,
and forwarded it to his most trusty
Washington correspondent TVeUv
soon the operators in the eity, wha
knew him solely as a devoted newspaper man, were astonished ut receiving for him the following dispatch from Washington:
Have sold for you fifteen thousand
bushels of com at go. The market loota
squally.
His piper announced, tlio next
morning, that tho main body of Lee's
army crossed the Maryland line and
was moving Into Pennsylvania ; and
his chief rival got very mad und
complained  to  the war department
that lie wns bribing tho telegraph
company:    but  it   was   whispered
about among . Iim friends thut lie was
neglecting  his' business' and going
into very rush Rpecule thins, mid—he
changed his cipher!
SMSSBBSMBeS-S-teTKSS* "	
Life In Japan.
Every one, rich and poor, in Japan,
takes a dip at least once a day in a
cauldron of hot water1. The rich
bathe before dinner and at, bed-time.
The whole household dip in the same
hot water. A bath, unless at a ther*
mal spring, is only an immersion, Pn*
oedenoe is given to the elders, when
thore are no visitors, then to the young
people, according to their age, next to
the maid servants, and lastly to the
women. Prefatory ablutions of feet
-and hands an; performed In' basins,
and, on getting out of the'cauldron,
eaoh bather gargles mouth and throat
with cold, aromatized water- In vory
hot weather thoy all fan eaoh other's
bodies to dry them. Modesty does nut
begin in Japan where beauty ends,—
Human beings who an as fat and
shapeless as two prosperous quails do
not mind being fanned, The nobility
never went naked in the streets. ' But
in their castles or shins and alto their
parks thsy did. and do—formerly to be
cool in hot weather and now to economise their European garments. Deformed persons and hunobbaeks are almost unknown. In a Japanese Eden
the law of natural selection prevails.
We came un country, whenever there
was a road, in jinrinkchsa, and when
the ground was too rqugh for wheels,
we were earned in norimous, a surt of
Chinese vehicle borne by two, three or
four men, who an as strong as horses.
When tbe ground is flat or down hill,
thore are two, or one befon and two
bflttnging tn the ft'iirii.is, but they nro
not allowed lu wear their old nril'taty
costume, or swords,snd the authorities
are almost glad when thoy see, them
with a drapery of tough paper around
their loin, and nothing else. It was to
preterit sword-wearing aiid its proba-
nl. ei.nscnuenoes that Iho Mikado ordered civil servants to don the ridiculous European costume, whicli. is .im-
Erted hore by the .lew and London
nd-ltie-down stores.— Poll Mnll Ita-
W F. I. S 11,
/ ; j D-E N T I 8 T ,
■111.leave for nn-eouutry about the mltl-
tfoTSlny. op»tu*.
3*1  H. MATHEM, M. D.
FFlcE-ColumblRSt.,opposite Postoffice.
Hr-HiMNCE-st. John street, opposite the.
Public acWool, jlew Wertnilnstsr.
mnl*-tc .
M      PHYHiriA-iiiiiKtiMiN.
WMbes |o announce to th. people ol
   '       Ite., tbat he hai take.
on fjoutbeiisl -jot RM
l,nboutk mll.iioriliol
wr: on 06wt-MaMdlan n
  r—    _ SASW-
rey, Lnngloy, ice., that he hai taken up
hia residence on fjoutbeiisl Jiot RMllon
21, Township >, nbout U mil. north ol 'the
Ki-rpentlmi ll**, on Oomi Nerhllnn mod.
P.(Vrtdr«»,-||oV.r Valley.       lolD-te.
Mirm
Ll__
istt-Sl, KAOLBOD. ».K, KK, C.lt
I-m-BICIANARI'ltoeOW.''
Uwot the N»w York Policlinic. Oradit-
nteof MeOIII Vin-viMly.Mmtiml.
m. oooraa, ■. *.,». o.,
PHTStClANarlllJItGEON.
OEFIOE nnd nERlDENCE-Clllirell HU
(next door to Farmers* Home), near
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B.C.
OFFICE HOUHB-810 10a.m.; ItoSnnii
fl.30 to 8 p. m. Calls in town and coun-'
try promptly attended to. rc2tc
H. TBU W, It. D, M. C. P. * S„ O.
,   physician iRunaisojr.
c,
Surgeon KO, Penitentiary, Stfi-geon
Westminster Jai^CorpnDr:-ator ths
trtnf.   OFric^HCorner of - Cts>kson:
MeKennIf Httwta. :.Reiltfflrioe,Mary 8t.:
anprMor tt
litence,Ma
I. BENTLEY, M B.M.C.P A S.,0.
PHYHICIAN A SURGEON.
Ruracon to ltoyal Columbian Hospital,
Medical Offioorio tho Asylum for the In*
snne, QFFICR—MrKcttsio street, New
Westminster. British Columbia.  [sel5*to
nORBUVLD * McCOLL,
BARRIATERS, SOLICITORS, &C.
Office-McKentIn street, New Wostmln-
stor, a c.
MOB MAS BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAV.
La«d Aaceate   Mmmtj to Leaa.
Now WestniInstor, 11. C.
nib 12-2H1
T>   W. ABSISTaONO,
*   BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
WOTABTT    X-tTSXiXO,    3DXO.
Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. 0.
-IfORRAY* PRY,
HOUSE AKD SIGN PAINTERS,
Gi-iiltilnp, Kalsomtnlng and Paper-Hang-
iiifr. Rrtcp—Clarkson wtreet, oppontto tho
Now Westminster .lull, New Westminster,
British Columblu. ap2-t(*
m   .T. TRAPP,
AVCTIONEEU AND APPRAISER,
Coiumbin Street,,. New WrBtmlnst«r
In talking about tho strong man in
ths show, two littlo boys up town
brought out some interesting points.
Said one: "My father knows of a
aUAnmr man than Barnuin'a strong
tjNp/or the giant either." "Who is
tjtfVHemanded the other young Amor-
lean. "I don't remember hts namo,"
was the reply, "but I know my father
said this man ha was.talking ahout
could carry all the Northern Status,
and most of the Southern ones, too."
—'N. Y, Commercial Advertiser,
Together they were looking ovor the
paper. t"-Oji/myi how funny!" said
she.^^^f^-t*-k.d.  "Whjj
here's mn
_. jent ihat sayfl,
reasonable offer refilled."1 "What's so
odd about that 1!' VNothing, nothing."
she replied, trying to blush, "only
those are my Miitimuntt."
An Oil Oity boy ran homo from
aftl.M>I in a terrible fright last Monday
and told nil mother that the teacher
had threatened to put an Idea iti his
head the next day.
—-——"—»—	
Do not delay th getting relief for tho
little folks. Mother Gravel' Worm Exterminator is a pleasant and safo cure,
'-'***-'«<  r. ■_+.--.- '—
Pockkt CtiTLMtv.-T. R Feanon k
Co. have rtoeived an aseortnient of Pooket
Cutlery direct from EngUud.
Arrangements nre being made for nn
exti-nsive Auction Salo of Real Estate* to
tuku placo In May Next*.-   Parties desirous
of illKponing of thoir farms, oto., will do
well to placo the same In tlip hands of the'
above.
All commissions will recelvo prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when rcqiilrei*. mhl2*to
II. R, f-ltOAHDAII-K. A. W. .TONKt.
0ROA8DAILE & JONIS,
Real Estate Agents aad Brokers.
Particular attention paid to the salo of
farming lands,
money to loan nt low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Lnrge lists of town and country property
for sale.
Port Moody Agent, Mr. Charles Foster.
OFKiCK-GoYvrnmcntHt, near Rmughton,
Victoria. B. C.     PO box 161,        npfi-tc.
JOSEPH   QOLOSTOKE,
Auctioneer & Valuator!
CITY AUCTION ROOM,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  0.
l'lirllca hHvlns Furniture, or nnytliliig to
dlspmo of, would do well to oommnnlcitte
Willi tlio nbove. ' JnSuto
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEY ANOCRj
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER I
McKGNZlK STREET,
N MV   WESTM INHTKIi
HT .Severn! gootl Farms for Sale and to
W. D. FEMRt8i
LAND,    HOUSE,
--AHB-     '
GENERA^ AGENT
Rent aiid Debt Collector.
several sow Farms for sale
Agent lor lie TRITIUIW UK
Ml tCCIHNT 1KBVB4XGK C0„
• ■' Hsrllerd, CoM.
OFFICE: — McKoszi. Street,   New
Westmlnater. dell
ETerrMts tolilH own RimIsmi-
, fRAOTICAL
CHEMIST&DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(0FP. COLOSIAI. II0TKI.1.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
rkrHelnu' *reiefl*llons Md »»■■
ilj letlim s 8-Meimtr.
- N. B. — Only Genuine Dregs end.
Over twenty years'exporienoe.    mr2!l'
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET 'VICTORIA.
j^asBasrTB POB
North Britisli and Mercantile
Insnrance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON 4. CO.,   .
' 3IJ Finsbury Cirons,
London, E. C.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER& CONTRACTOR
COME AND 6EE
yiiaa Sa7! CowifiiBoyi!
mHE nOPIUBTOB. JAMES TtfRK:
1 BVisttt having iijtiiln taken bo-wenslwi
-fftho fprEBANCKIMjLIIB (rwWw
Columbia, nntl Church Htreets. oppo
EpiscopafcChureh.Cltyof Now Iwjtsffi
stor, B. Carjand now known m tlio
fARMER'S    HOME,"
WIU -ujcammoilaii- ull hi* old frleudlunrt
the nabllc nmerully who fuvor him with
n cull, at Told prlccH. Itoanl per day, W.0O:
Jtoaru per week, §.j.00; Single Meals, 2S
i«iita|-Bm,!HeeiitK. iHi-Oooilneudmino-
diittonlbrt-iKlif-N und Fuiiilllos.    aa29to
Q 32 OS 13'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT street,
■Victoria,,   -   •   Brills!
 m	
»ri:i\inv :,..
Columbis.
runes
HIUKH t\	
rtksm
rHICKEBIMI	
.rum*
,     KIHER     	
.riikM
w. bf.li - coxrkHV*. gaviKs
(Jeatoj
FURNITUREI
THB UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that ht) Ib now
prepared to supply all kind* of Furniture, 4c, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in firat<olM3«tylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all ita branches. The undersigned
has tho only HEARSE in<tfaaCity. A
continuanco of public patronage sejieited,
Old ntand, next Occident Hotel. :-
J. G. BUNTE,
Lato Manager i Sebl's Branch Furniture
.   Store, auStc
ALL KINDS OP JOBBING ANDRE-
PAIRS PROMPTLY BXBOIITHD.
BsllntatesPnriitsttrd.. Raw* Sharped nnd Set
SHOP-Merohnnt Square, Colymbla St,
-.;.-mt--t-*.\--m--.,- 1-.-J. -mA-S. Ovohr.
rclijtc
, -Merchant Rquaro. uoiyinbia st,,
New.ffQKlnilni(tflr,.ln n»r of Thos. Oveh-s
Bln'okiihltliSliop. ■"
GILLEY, MOONEY & CO.,
8T—USJM:
FILE DRIVERS
WHARF-BHILOEfiS.&C.
Uolsllug or ill kinds, ud Lighter-
Ing done on skorl notice.
ADDR1°88-New Westminster, B. 0.
(sn2oto)	
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORNS
ft Shoe Manufactory,
VICTOR I A,
AT   VICTORIA   PEICES.
R: THOMAS,
S'top under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast, New. Westminster,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPRESS  COMPANY
(LIMITED)
Tho attention of the publlcls called toMhe
REDUCTION
la ««r rates af Kxprt-im Firlxbi aad
Money KfMlttanr*-* ta aad ttom
Vlrfaria aad fair.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER 4 MAHUFACTWEI OF
AND AM, KINHS OP
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be-happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Murica^.iiujtf^imnits.
I'ianoa and Organs tuned or regulated, ~
Favors from tho Mainland, forwarded
through W.'ft Kcary, N. W;, will re>
coive prompt attention.      >.    jy28tc
AUCTIONEBK, ;v
APPRAISER AND COMMISSHUI
MERCHANT.
8ale» Room, Fim-mioo* Buiumno,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH OOLCMBU.
IW Liberal advances made on Consign-
ments,
To facilitate the sale of Real Kstate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and- tbe ills*
t riots.
N. B, Parties desirous of selling thtir
Stock, Stock in trndo, or Fmilturo, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
STAIlllGiNfflf
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE, b. c.
oixt
LARUE   STOCK   ALWAYS O*
Iiona. Ooods not tn stook will 1.1'
Irreil. promptly. ■ \
,f'!i■"•"f." ■"•-  HeiesiM. sun-
pllnj rrom all ports or the worm.
Itcl     A.O.JOHl«»»0*,MaimB6r.
B.O.A.A.
A SINGLE PLAIS BKDSTBAD, WITH
Wool and straw mam-eases.  Apply et.
■"i*!" \__ .        raie«rfk'V.
FOR RENT:
A    PHOWfeliiWIIC    OALLBKV,
J\.  lie I alteeted and very eomplewienv
(JoThiiiIiIh Hlroot. Apply to .
■ IlESlrt-V.EnWMIIW;;
J"*"" LaudAseut.
FOR   .3ALE.
10ft AC'BMH-OF LAND ON I.UMT Iti-
1-U-U land Ji-oitilnjf on North Arm. JCitsy.
Ii'rms.  Ajiplrto
^VRY V, EDMnNttf*.
iJin.it Agent.
itihs-t,-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Only Ffn-hnT Hotel
in tlie City,
w, (iiiuPRY wnmw
1st UNDER THE- CHAEOK OF .In
EXPERlUNCRf) ARTIST.
-FOR	
CIGARS
[Sigtied]
A. PEELE, Seo.
(ocl7tc)
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above.   Office of the British Columbia Wirii Workp,
work done.   Orders tilled
and dispatch.
once or ltHrbor Master a*i Meet Wan
flea. A •   fc»*
All sorts of win
I with neatness
In calling the .
All orders will be promptly
-attended to. Families supplied
bj* the keg, imperial measure.
W.D.FERRIS
New Westminster, 27 Nov., 1883.     (to
Lease.
nolO
-DKALKItM 1N-
Ilt>fi|it-c-.funy ljt»,' In Inform tin? juilillc of
"   W«r Westminstor nnd Ulstrli't thai
thoy hnvo cotntnuneed (»i-«iiips>i n»
land Surveyors ftDrauRhlHmen
Keal Estate Brokers k Awnts,
conveyancers, Ateountmils, Ar.
Ami nro now prc|>ared to recelvn instriin-
lions In their rpvituI brunches.
All liiisliiosii plnefd In their Imntlswlll
recelvo prompt attoiitlon.
They have for sale Town nml Nnburban
Lots In NeW WoHlmliir-icr,
Town IiOtn nt Fort  Mindly, Port   Hutu-
nionil nnd Lots on town sites nt
HrstlnifN, Granville nnd
KliKllsli Uny
Also (nrmtnii lands bh fho Lower Fraser.
w   om«e—Fhokt BrnRtr,
•Hn-lH-i. r. J*. Caaipaay's WHarT.
tsft-te,
3Pacteagreai and Fareel-j
Nut riiiilnlnlnvnny cxtrnviiliiiibio oritnn-
neroii8.com poll mi^ under
15 Itis lo Yale i 2"i cents
Wth-t fmm Victorin —Sicent"
MOaTETT *
In ciirmicy or bank iioIon, instiml (ita 1 nil
nny loss wlintevor, |n-rSU*i
To or from Vlclorln SKemiiH
To or from Yule A all point* in the
Interior. ...OOeenl.s
FRANK 8. BAftNAltO, Mminvr.
PRKTl HOMER, Front Mlrenl,
New WcHtinlnsler.
A iron I nl
iip2-l i)
BURNStCO.
,EI1K IS    »
lUi&is!
IIARB1V IRK, IKON' * STKl'lUl'.,
M
AVE III'.C'KIVUll TIIKIUHKAWlS-rl
supply of IIiu'viikMiiit nml other M»-
tlriiiilfurd Cord Binder*, l!«h|i-
tn and Nownrii,
Osboruo Mower,  Briint'ortl  (Iniln Drill,
rlriititriir,lH|>rliii{T<Httli Colli viiloi'iuiil
UninilcaHt Keeilev,
SprlliR Tooth Hsrrows and l-nltlviitont,
t'I'litcnninl H»lhv KHkf, llriuiiri.nl uml
climax FaiintilK" Mills,
MnkllM  new,  lllpmr fl»».
•rrrr-a  ■ IS Pl.w,   .aim rinra,
- Wu.iiPI.ws,
U/lfWIAUC "Snowh.ll," "A«Iiiiii»," nml
WAUImIRO   "S|iel«ht," l<4lolln.Tlres.
—AOENTS   irOll—
WATKHOUS ENSINE WORKS CO.
Bnintfonl. Ont., Uumifnctiirers of Thresh*
InsandHawmlll Establishment*, urlsi
Mills, chopping Mills. Champion Rn*
SlnosiPtc,
__ enoral Aitcnts for U 0. for rilawx aad
■laa-siMaValrrTamarrs, nml MeaaleN
•NfMag larfcl.,.
ARclits for .1. A Vf. Stuart, MuBltelburgh,
Unnufnctiirers of Halawn Nets aa« Twlae
■A Block on Hand.
Victoria, a v., DithMarch,lwU. (apiAml
Of this c y ami surroundings. I wish
'   to stnie that I have
JvLst  deceived
A Urge and
fell Sfitti M
llfI,mlir.':mflClill.lron-
BOOT AriD SHOES
KltnM
MONTREAL. & PHILADELPHIA
to impress it forcibly
mindsthnt
No Store in this City
''nn >Iim-a' a Ijil'gerot
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And tliat' no stove
SELLS AS CHEAP
Country orders carefully nnd promptly
filled.
MRS. EMM* GOLD.
Columbia St., opp. Kwen's Csnnery.
iio3-to,
THE UNDERSIGNED
begs to inform the Hotel-
Keepers and othcrs*>f New Westminster arit» vicinity that he has
been appointed agent for the delivery of the celebrated FS,le
-AJ.S and FCXter ofthe
Vancouver Breivery, which was
awarded two first prizes and a
recommendation at the late Provincial Fair.
THE ONDEHSI'-NED BEGS LEAVE
to amioimce to tho Public tliat he
has purchased tho above -Hotel, where
weiything will bo found flrat-olsss, and
atrrasanablerates.- --* ■ •-■ '■'   ,-^
Tkerirlors sut Bleerlig Ainrl-
Belts ore under the superintendence
of Mrs, Acstix.
Pri-ftt* Billing Stmt tw Udies,
hmHiM Md. Private Parties.
1 frlrste iMibg Boon, com.
modious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for th. use of guests.
la supplied with, tiio choicest bninilsof
Wixss, LiQroM, Cleans, kc.
SUO. AUSTIN,
•   • '■■■-    PltOPBlETOTt,
Oxen for Sale.
TH'P YOKE Ol' 0-TEAil 01D WORK-
OXKN lor solo.  Olrth from Sleet 11
iH; to "Ml 11".    AI»o-l BlltX nml 1
STAO, mibmkni, Komislse.
' WM, II. IiADNE-t, .
mliiftt'- TjHliier-HT,iiiirtliitr.
Milch Cows For Sale.
fpllE I'SiJJKllSIUNvEU HAS FROM ONE
X m (en r-owI inllrli eovvH formile.  Thoy'■'
nre quito kohUi* nml *nrn(*«lni«* mil hern.
For itiii-MHilnrs n|mlv to
1*. GANNON,
l'lnti'lierA-Htoek IJeulor.
'"i'i"-'''- lifidner'a Ijindiiifr.
FORSALE;
rpHE uoH-i'EHT.nowiNo,- '«rtr,
1   cst»uling,ami bout b»lt*)»* So :
Rsukt Kiver; newly painted; Him uurtlr
equipped with mast, Ixwm, and safl; 2
pair ash oars: rowlocks, rudder, crow*
head and tiller, .chain, Ac.  'Vice 9100.
.nioto fj. (J., MAJOK. .
To Lease.
A FIRST-CLASS FARM OF 280
acres of rich pntrle tuttr t«*
dwelling house, barn, etc. Sixty son.
under cultivation. Rent moderate.. For
particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS, Land Agent,    *
dccl-tc. New Westminster.
*^:e
HASTINGS, B. I.
rnHK FINB AND COMMODIOUS
I new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with overy convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation tad accommodations are unsurpassed on Rnrrard Inlet, whioh has be*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
in British Coiumbin. The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating arc excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Booms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely dctatched from the main
huilding.
tW The Hotel is under tbe immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Blnrlr.
First-class stablfns and teed for Hon-
,   Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day,
GEO. BLACK,
jyMto Proprietor.
looiaioi Saw 1 Co.,
(UMITKD.)
RICHMD STRKI, DEW WESTMINSTER. I. C.
Manufacturers and Dealers in  all
kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
CRN. CO., Limited
3STOTIOB.
IIIIH ABOVE COMPANY   ka*l»s
.   iiimlr nrrnsoment, with tho
esnsdhm PncHlc Ballwar of British CSlMkll,
l<-or trnnsportatlon of Fretcht and Pasaon-
.ers Inim Hnpto Ittdffe to nll points In
llitoilor na far aa tho rond lum been completed, the Public nre hereby notlflsd that
o|iorntiona will boaln oMrlyln Miilvh.of
wlilcli into notico will be givon, and. Mine
table published.
JNO. irvinu, Manager.
T. L. BUlaas, Agont, New Welt.     teste
shinirles,
l.nfh,
Pickets.
Ac, &c.
Orders   from   the -country
promptly   filled.
ESTIMATES
of quantity and cost of innterial  for
building   carefully   prepared
free of charge.
Flr*l*rlH«N «ralH*nlf[ril Flawriai m
J. B, HENDERSON,
noSltel
Mahadeh.
Und KeglBtrr Unllnaner, 1870.
Lot Nn 7,]llnek XXVIII, mill Ixiik Xoh. 16
nml 17. liloek XXXII. In Ilie City nl
New Wt'Ntinliial.'i'.
i''
OBRTIPir ATM OV tNDBVB AH-
lllll1 tllll! lO 111'1 llltilVP-IHPlltiOlHHl IjOtfl
....I he Issued to Maria Wood-*,on (hoMth
dayolJuly, IRS).Unless In lhe meantlmc
a valid objection thereto be made to the
underslfited, In writing, by somo person
claiming ult estate or lnt»rent In hi lil !x>t«
orsomeimri. thereof.
CHAR, JAN. IJSac.AOT1,
Action He«lstrnM4ctieml.
Uiml IteRlstry Offlee, 17th April, l«t|.
 wpilO-lni
Wood Turner
WANTED.     CONSTANT   RSIPtAY-
ment will beclvenlo a thnrotighly
competent man. Apply at lhe
UhlsMo DOM1KIONRAWMII.U
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD      INLET.
!C«wl}* lllll »d Snil, firilsM,
Urite u< l'oa»«»*los«.
ok or mt kit mm*- m mt wunum.
Commands an nnhroken view of that
magnificent sheet of .wnter known ns
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Paoifio
Hallway.
nw nr Mem  rm  imuiEs.
ST Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and plensant resting place.
Tlio scale of charges will ho found to
be strictly moderate, <
Cood stabling en tho premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
«  PKOl'RlCTOli.
FOR 8 ALE.
'f\m LOGGING CAR,. BLACg-
V^ man's patent, eight wheels, double
flange* woodwork, bolts, etc,, all oom*
plete, ready tor work. Will be sold
cheap for cash, or on timo with security.
*-*fyto ,T. MANOTON, ■'
Granville, Bnrrord Inlet.
dcS-te
Improved Farm to Lame,
QUARTER SECTION 10,TOWNSHI1'«,
1  ~
farm .,. _ .,. ,„vu ..„
acres ready for the plough. A good iraiu'e
Imusol'lx.-Kihns fust been erected, ond u
barn .'Ajjihi. witli tlirosliiiiR machinery
-'"'  '-    ~- \l»o '
in Delta Mnnielpallly, 160 acres. Tbu -
farm Is prairie, nll dyked and cleared, 1
acres ready for the plough. A good tram.
bonne 21X.10 has just been erected, nnd i
barn .'Ajjihi. with tlirOHliing maehiwr;
driven by water power. About 20 acres
under timothy. Also u voinit: orchard.
Particulars on application to.
lubMc
T.W.KBRR.
New Werrfmlnater.
FOR SALE
W. H. KEAKV
WiHhea to dlnpose of his fUaltanery asd
Baok Uimer nnil the gooil will of the hunl-
nes.". TEItMK EASY, which, ean be obtained on nptilioatlon to T. .1. Armstrong.
March Slat, 1881, n&le. '
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon.
Road; two other roads nmninRlhrongh
the premises,   Apply to   ,
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landlng,B.C.
SECOND-HAND
CYLINDER 8xi2, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saw.; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole ia
In good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec., 1883.   [de22tc
JLX__JUl
EHOB * CO. ARBNOWP1B.
pared to supply, .the very beat Ale
the Wemmllister Brewery. Order*
left with Mr. Chan. McDonough, Front Kt.,
shall have prompt attention. jaftta
ESTABLISHED IS5D.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nrarljf O.ponlle the l'olo*lal Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all ilcscrlptlons of
rrom
rtn
nil
Lost-$5 Reward.
IN T1I1H CITY, ABOUT NOVEMtiEU
:nth, iss:!, 11 pi'iicii Rkiii'b of Kmory,B.
r. The.alroverewnnlwill hepaid If the
sketch Is relumed In good order;
V. If. ROllHOX.
Now West,, I-Vb. Mth, 1S8J.        [feSS-tc.
A ITER 20th OCTOBtol, ISM, NO
froight will lie received ordelivered
nftor li p. in. on New Westminster
Wharf. ■
THOMA8 I,." BRIGGS,
Agont Now Westminstor Wharf.
(ociOto)	
R.f. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER, .
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
. Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Piles of Magazines, Illustrated Papera,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
GovrriMeit street, Ylttork. •* i.
Building Ground
MEATS AND VEfiETA§lE8i#tt,w""w""^l^lw,^ww-
Constantly on hand, tuiil supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Ste.nnuoata at tho
U>WE8T POSSIBLE PRICES.
j   A UQVT SS FKKT ON K^CH STBliEt,.   •
Aortbrouffh from street to street, ennt^ -,
Ii'aeed for bulldiiitf puivons: next the
Holbrook Hnuw  anil webh's gnnsmlni
A,"»,
Nnv v. -sdmomim,
Notice.
New Fish Market]
NOTIOE M 1IKHKBV UIVBK.
that we Intend maklnu nitpllcatton
to the Chief Qommli-Htnuernf idtndnand
Worka for permlmlnn t» pnrclianc five
thouaand loveit hundred and sixty (6,7fln)
aerna of land Rltuated in New Wt'riluiin-
fder Ulatrlct, ileacrlbed as futlnwn:
Cnmmencinttat u point about one and
one-half milea northwest of Thunder Bay,
Jorvlf- Inlet; thence true north one and
uite-hnlf mlleai thenee t rue wetttHlxmlleNi
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
■A8JCST OPKNED ANE\V FISH
Market on *     '
FRONT  STREET,
...I,-..,..... ,„„,„, r -.-■,,-,* -mF"^^^!*^?^-^^*-^'
thenee two Routh oiu-nnrtnni'-half milea;   he found a full supply of Fish of all,
thonee true ea« nix milea topliicoof bn-   kinda and of the hest quality,
yiniilnif. '       *    *
Moodvvim.k Haw Mn.i. Co. (IM.)
B. P. HITHRT, Secretary
14th April, IBM. apM-tm
Ptirehaaea delivered in any sari ofthe
city. ■ A call tt enlldted. ■        mhMto 11 MEW
BBSS?
mn my,
Vtm High Sohool T. J. Trnpp
Cow. for Sale. .A. Irving
Critic for Snlo Jus. Miller
Notice : Wm. Smitho
Notiw.. W. S. Gore
For S»le London ResUunnt
Appointment.. I'rov. See.
-Special Auction Salt
liu fritiah-Columbian,
m~ms> Manrtng. Bay a. hm.
An eastern exchange estimates
that daring lust session the house of
commons voted away on nn average 11,281,092 per day. As the
house sat 65 day., and the total
impropriations reaohed the large sum
of 983,371,000, it will make a tax
of over $18.50 upon ovory man,
woman and child in tbo Dominion.
Thore secmu to ho a great deal of
activity among temperance organizations in tho oast. During the past
year the Scott act (prohibitory) has
beeu passed in a number nf counties,
and preparations arc being mado to
submit it io several othora during
the present season. Tho liquor deal
em are considerably exercised ut the
success ot the temperance movement,
They have subscribed a large sum
whieh is to be used in opposing the
Scott act wherever it is offered.
Upon the whole there seems to be a
remarkable development of temperance sentiment, which is hopeful of
the future.
asa-jg-»HBe
Near the end of the session Sir
Leonard Tilley presented a bill to
ui-aHjust the Dominion subsidies to
th* various provinces. According
to this Ull tho annual subsidies will
be increased by the following
amounts: Ontario and Quebec (jointly), $268,875; Nova Scotia, $39,-
668; New Brunswick, $30,225;
Prince Edward Island, $9,148; Mao
itoba, $5,541; British Columbia,
14,155. These frequent readjustments are a source of muoh danger
to confederation, for it always happens that some of the provinces get
advantage over the others in these
matters; and the weaker must yield
to the stronger.
Speaking at a club dinner at
Montreal tho governor-general said:
"It is quite impossible to say what
may happen if fifty years hence
one of them should insist on "bossing" ihe whole establishment; if
another should carry on a flirtation
with a cousin across the road; if a
third should be always asking for
more pin money, and a fourth should
openly allege incompatibility of
temper nnd threaten proceedings in
Ihe Divorce Court." If tbe Dominion government persists, as it has
been doing, in disregarding the
rights of the provinces, and inoreas.
ling provincial subsidies for .political
purposes, Lord Lansdowne a picture
may be prophetic ef events which
an not far off. .
smutty Kxein-IM.
We are exceedingly sorry to see
posters about.the streots announcing
an exoursion on the str. Dunsmuir
from this city to Port Moody tomorrow. This is. inexcusable and
wrong. We are disposed to make
large allowances for steamers run
ning on Sunday when engaged iu
the regular carrying trade, but there
can lie no possiblo excuse for a public excursion got up expressly for
that day. It is unquestionably a
breach of the' moral and civil law,
anil should not be permitted. Suoh
desecrations of Iho Sabbath are demoralising and hurtful, and should
ba stopped with a firm band. We
believe it is within the power of the
collector of customs at this port to
refuse s clearance under suoh circumstances, and we shnll be much
disappointed if that power is not
exercised.
A Real Olfflerence,
Jt is. unfortunate that wo are so
frequently forced into a controversy
wllh' our Nanaimo cotemporary.
Not many days ago wo pointed out
that thu Free Press was in error in
putting forward the endorsement of
the settlement hill nt Ottawa as an
it.stanco of federal interference with
provincial rights. Onr esteemed
cotemporary returns to tho subject
and makes »foolish attempt to back
tip hia untenable position. He puts
the settlement hill and the Chinese
restriction bill together, and says
that in accepting one aiid rejecting
tlw other the federal government
two acts in which the
of the province, were inter-
Imd witli. We confess ourselves
utterly unable to perceive the force
ot th* ergti.nt. The legislature
ef Britiak Colnmbia passed both
these Will—one unanimously and
the other -b, a very large majority.
Surely tt might be fairly Inferred
that It waa the wish of this province that lhey might both become
law. Bet the Dominion government
refined to acquiesce in the wish of
thii province, aa expressed by the
lagtdataM, and vetoed the Chinese
__WSetttam^ .,.    ...
bill. If the settlement bill bad
been -vetoed also, the cases would
havo heen parallel. But it was not,
and tho contention of tbe $ms Press)
is, therefore, utterly groundless.
rhyslf br Telephone.
Some time ago a pjiysiciun in
Massachuscts was asked by tele-
phono to prescribe for a child who
was sufl'eriug from croup. Tho
ohild was two milts away, and as
the circumstances made it very inconvenient for the doctor to visit his
patient, he conceived the ides, that
a diagnosis might be made through
the telephone. The ohild was
brought to the telephone where the
doctor could hear it *brnatho nnd
cough; the condition of its pulse
was repotted, und other symptoms
described; and the doctor telephoned
his prescription, which had tbo do-
sired effect. Commenting un this
circumstance a scientific journal
says: "This sets one to, thinking
of the possible influence tho tele
phono and kindred instruments may
have upon tho medical practice Of
the future. The timo may come
when tbe doctor will .not only be
"called" by telephone in case of
need, hut will do u good part of his
business over the. wires. The patient will be questioned ns to his
sym; items and condition by telephone, and will reply through the
same medium; and directions can
similarly be given to bis friends or
tbe nurse concerning the tioatment
to be pursued. Tf the sick man's
pulse is to bo felt, methods of connecting tbo microphone with tho
telephone can easily bo devised, and
the spbygmograph and other, suoh
instruments can*be need und the
results reported by tbo samo means.
If medicine is needed, the proper
prescription can be "wired" to tho
apothecary, who will send it promptly
to the patient's house. This reads
at present liko a joke, but, in all
soberness, it may cooie to be more
or less of u reality before malty
yeurs have passed.   A large part of
physician's dealings with his
patients could lie managed just hb
well by telephone us by personal
attendance. In emergencies
quiring his presence or labor in person, he would of course visit tbo
patient; but i\ vast amount of time,
trouble, and exposure -would be
saved him in the cases when this
was not necessary. Who will venture to say that tho telephone may
not prove as muoh of a labor-saving
and time-saving contrivance in medical practice ns it already is in ao
many departments of business?"
Political Reaction.
Ever since the formation of the
present government the opposition
organs have been telling us about a
political reaction. Tho electors,
they declared, had been deceived;
but their eyes wore being opened,
and whenever an opportunity presented, itself they would reverse the
voto of last election. We did not
believe these declarations. There
was nowhere to be fouiid any kind
of evidence to sustain them. So
far as we were able to discern public sentiment, it seemed to us to bn
growing more and more in favor of
the new administration. We have
not heard of a single instance in
which a supporter of this government has .gono back on his political
convictions, and we have beard
several people who belonged to the
other party declare that this govern
ment deserved the support of every
British. Columbian, The true test
of publio opinion, however, is a political contest. Thero has been only
one such test since the general election, and the result has boon com.
plotely disastrous to tlio declarations
of the organs. It will be conceded,
wo think, by all who underatand the
situation, that two years ago this
city could not be depended upon to
sustain tho party now in power! Its
representativo had generally support-
the other party; and was returned
at tho general election us an independent. But at the contest just
concluded there went two candidates
on the government tioket, who polled
between them 11,1 votes; whereas
Hr, Bole, who received all tho opposition votes, counted only 55. It
will be seen, therefore, that the political reaction from which the organs have professed to receive comfort, was really a very decided reaction in favor of the government
It wonld certainly have been u surprise to most people two years ago
if the party of progress had carried
this city by any majority at all. At
the late contest tbo votes in favor
of that party were more than two
to one of the opposition. And we
believe that the feeling of confidence
in tho government is by no means
confined to thia oity nnd district.
From various parte of the country
we have been advised lhat the gov
e,rnment is regarded with increasing
favor; and if publio business con
tinues to be conducted aa it has
been, we do not doubt that another
general election will increase, and
not diminish, the present government majority. Tho opposition organs uro plainly - not representing
public opinion, but endeavoring to
manufacture it—and their endeavors
seem to bo perfectly fruitless.   -
Cows for Sale.
JIX GOOD COWS FOR SALE.   AP.
A. HIVING.
Maplo Blilb'e.
SIX GO
ply to
inyo-lc
Cattle for Sale.
5 GOOD MILCH COW*  AND OWE
yoke oxen (7 years old) for aale. Apply
to the uudenlgacJ, Pelham 8t.,city.
myfrSt JAB. MILLER.
Free ItScM
IV ACCORDANCE WITH THE pro*
visions mado at last session of (he leg*
iHliitlvooriuflmbly, notice Is horoby given
thut a Froo High School will boopenct) nt
New Westtminser,
During tho first week In August next.
This will bn ii Government School, anil
the course of study will be that prescribed
by the Provincial 'Educational Depart*
ment. The curriculum will embrace all
subjects nciiesKury for-College matrlcula*
lion, and for qualifying persons to obtain
provincial teachers' certificates. Tho
school wl-H bo undor n' first-class teacher.
Persons desirous of entering tho classes
should communicate with the Hcoretary
ns early us possible.
-   T.JJTBAI'P,
my8*tc ■■   '    \,        aee, Bd, of Trustees.
FOR sale:
A RARE OPPORTIMT1.
A N EXCELLENT RESTAURANT
A and grocery business, with comiqqdt--
ou* house, containing ull the necessary
fixtures and furnishings for the business.
The owner has engaged hi a business
which requires- his continued absence
from the city.
Tho house, with restaurant and grocery
store, will be Included in the snle; the
ground lease hns nenrly fivo years to run,
Tho restaurant Is fitted with the requisite tables,chairs, Ac, nnd the kitchen with
nll the necessary utensils and a splendid
range.
The grocery store Is provided with shelving, counter, show glasses, scales, *c. ■'
Terms, which will ba urranged to *
LONDON RESTAURANT,
Lower Columbia 8t,
New Westminster.
Or to W. D. FERRIS, McKcntla street,
my.'l-tc
PjIOVIN'CrAI, &ECRKT.VltY'S OFFICE,
lst May, IBM.
TJI8 HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT*
XI Governor has been pleused to make
the following appointments:—
Henry B. Royoraft- Enquire, to be Super*
inteiutent ot Police, nnd u Coroner for the
Province of British Columbia, vice Chas.
Todd, Esquire, resigned,
A. Read Bliss, Esquire ......	
Assayer at Barkerville, Cariboo, vice A. J
-quire, to be Metier nnd
Mount, Esquire, resigned.
John Glassoy, Enquire, to bo Toll Collector on the Wagon Road, between Yale
and Lytton, and a Constable, vice H. E
Royoraft, promoted.
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the
the crown lands commonly known
as the Railway Reserve, lying to the West
of Port Moody, in New Westminster dis*
trlct, nre not open to piirchnse or pre-emption, and nll persons nre warned against
squatting upon or otherwise dealing with
the name.
WM. SMITHK,
Chief Corn, of L, A W.
Lands 4 Works Dept., Victoria, EC.
Mny 2nd, 1894. my.Hr
ajTOTIOB.
——ZTXUfTBXON Ol? TIMS.
NOTICE Ifl HEREBY OIVEN lh«t
tbe time for receiving tenders for the
work required to ho done to the Asylum
for the insnns at New Westminster has
been extended to Mondny, the 12th Mav
next.,
W. H. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands anil works Department, Victoria,
E C. 28th April, lB&f. myS-td
I
-rr.XTRi.mLE, cnunnucii.
Board and Lodging.    Horses for Hire.
THOS. BARTLETT,
np30-tc Fproprlelor.
HT    H.FALDING,
LAND,HOUSE ANDGENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Collector, Conveyancer,.
LIFE, FIRE A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agent for P. T. Johnston A Co.,-Seedsmen,
 Victoria,—-—
And John Lmhy, Brewer, Victoria.
OFFICBt
MoKcnsic St, one door from Columbia St,
NEW WESTMINSTER, R 0.
- npjjjgW	
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Institution,
EsInMlslml IIM.
I Queen stroet East, Toronto, Ontario.
These Klectro*Curatlvo Belts, Insoles
and Trusses aro ttnperlor to any other
MemtAf known to man for the nuMil*
■te Seller und Permanent Can of all*
ments arising from indiscretion, abuse or
accident, and all diseases of tho blood and
nerves, such ns
KrrraM fc-bllll >. «'oaMlpall«n,
tie a Hat -irenkae •*, Uver « Miplajat.
Wansb TrMblri. Lw*«f«,
re»er A Agar, sttnuutlsH*
Dysentery, Dlaiihta,
Paralysis,    ' ttelntlea,
MIllwiiifM, IfttUfeslln,
MnplesMfftN, Xearnlgla,
KMaey Msra«r, Mprteaejr.
And a host of afflict Ions over which medicine has littlo or no control. They have
been many years before tho people of
Canada, and nro more used than ever,
which speaks bettor fnr them than any,
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars with testimonials free.
nihlfHlm A. >•■ WAN, M, k.
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY WIVE NOTICE THAT I
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase tho foi lowing described lands,
situated tn tho District of New Westminster: _   .
Commencing nWho NW corner oT the
Government Reserve, situated on the
southern side of English Bay; thonee due
south, along tlm western boundary of said
Reserve, to Us southwest corner; thence
duo west 110 chains, more or less, to the
eastern boundary of Point Grey Reserve;
thenco due north, nlong said eastern
boundary, fo (he shore of English Bay;
thence easterly, along shore of English
Bay,to the place of commencement, containing about MO acres, more or less.
R.T.WILLIAMS.
Victoria, B, 0.3rd April, IBM.       apWc
Rants' Patent feet mmA steam Power
Detail laws,...
Circular Saws, Morfcisors, Lathes, Ton-
oners, Formers, Etc.:;
OSBORNE ft ALEXANDER,
Sole Altnts, <J28 Market St. San Finn-
cisoo. Mechanics'Tools, Hardware and
Machinery. Catalogue of all our goods
sent free on-application.   .     np26-3m
G. A..McTAViS
SEED GROWER 4 FLORIST
Sortli Kaanlrh,    ■   ■   Vanronvrr Islnad.
ALL 8UKD8 SOLD SHALL Pro-re
to be as represented. By comparing
my prices with those of other dealers you
wftl And that tho Seeds nnd Plants offered
by me are from 25 lo 100 per cent. Less in
Price than any offered by them. Hnving
no expensive store «r other establishment
to keep up, I can uiibrd to sell cheaper
than others, nnd by doing so give my customers tbe benefit.
I make n specialty of sending Plants by
mall, and will guarantee their safe arrival at any Postoffice In tho Province In
BO far that I will replace without extra
charge, any that may arrive dend, provided that.I am notified Immediately
alter arrival of plants.
For particulars sue Cutulogue.   . apMml
Auction Sale.
ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN.
I SHALL SELL BY PUBLIC, Auction, on SMlird*), 3rd Hur, at II a.
m., atKwen's wharf-, the following: 10
cases good black Congou, 10 oases good
Coal OU, 6 barrels of Sugar and other
groceries. Spring Mattress, Bedstead,
Bedding, Stoves, Also, a splendid black
horse, weight, 1000 lis., 7 years old, go
In single or double harness. Term*
cash.. J. GOLDSTONE,
ap2G-3t Auctioneer.
To Fanners!
Aaoppartaatlyaaw Offered Iter tliclni*
prtTcment af Mock.
THE FINE PERCHEHON NOR-
niau stallion
PRINCE NAPOLEON,
Will stand nt Chilliwhack for the ensuing
season, commencing April lst. Prince
Napoleon Is a dappled bay with black
points and a white strip In fnce; stands on
short legs, Is Unhands-high, and weighs.
In condition 1650lbs; be was bred by WC
Myer of Oregon, his dnm being Jennetto,
got by Imported White Prince; bis sli-o Is
Gen. Fleury, No, MU, P N S B. He Is free
from vice, Is perfectly healthy nnd sound,
and a sura foal-getter, anil Is without
doubt the best bred Norman horso In the
country. He is rising six years old. Purlieu ut a distance wishing to breed to the
nbove horse will have pasturage provided
free of charge. Marcs sent by steamer
will he met at the landing and delivered
on board at the end of season free of extra
charge. All possiblo core taken, but tlio'
ownor will not be responsible for accident
to mares.   For further particulars and
EORGE GIBSON, Keeper,
Chilliwhack, It. C
terms apply to
GEO
nihlQ-tc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho Hastings Saw Mill Co., Limited, Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease from tne Provincial Government the following described
lands situated in New Westminster Distriot, said lease boing desired for timbering purposes:
Tract A. -Commencing at a point on
tht left bank of the south branch of the
Tsee-ark-i-misht river, about 320 chains
easterly from the confluence of the Tsec-
ark-i-miaht and Suuawmlsht rivers;
thence true south 240 chains; theuce
west to the left bank of the Squawmisht
river; thence northerly and easterly, following the meanderings of the Squawmisht and Tsee-ark-i-misht, rivors to the
point of commencement (save and except
tha Indian reserve contained therein), and
containing 7,000 lores, be the same mon
orless.
Tract B.—Commencing at a point at
the continence of the north and south
branches of the Tsee-ark-i-misht river on
the loft bank of the north branch of said
river; thence following the meanderings
of the left bank of the north branch of
said river in a northerly direction a dis-
tance of 40 chains; thonco true east'a
distance of' 80 chains; thence truo south
a distance of 40 chains, mora or less, to
shore line of south branch of Tsee-ark-i-
misht river; thenco following meanderings of shore line in a westerly direction
to point of commencement; containing
320 aeres, more or loss.
Tract C.—Commencing at a point on
the left bank of the main Tsecark-i-
mtiht river about 20 chaina east from
the confluence of said river with the
Squawmisht river; thonee north 40
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 40 chains, more or has, to shore
line of Tsee-ark-i-misht river; thence
westerly, following insanderings of bank
of river to point of commencement; containing 820 aores, be the same more or
less.
Hastings Saw Mux Co. (Limited.)
By their agent,
CHARLES E. WOODS.
New Westminster, B. C„ April 22nd.
1884. ap23ml
l-Mat—ha-ata-ata-at-M
-^
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
ompting lend are hereby notified
that land within tho limits of the Hastings Saw Mill Company's lease is not,
open for settlement, and that any ono
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass;
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
deS-tc Manager.
TIIE SPLENDID HOUSE
BLACK HAWK MOROAN, JR.
WIU stand fqr service this sensou nt
NEW WESTMINSTER, UWOUV. CHILUWHMK
BLACK HAWK MORGAN,
Junior, has taken 3 silver
medals, 1 gold medal, and
lst prize nt the Oregon Stato
Fair, when i years old.
BLACK HAWK MOR
GAN, JUNIOR, was bred by Mr. Bury, of
Clarasvlllo, County of Elgin, Ontario; Js
rising M years old; is a beautiful block;
mauds IU hands 3 Inches high, and weighs
1300 lhs; ho was sired by tho Duvls Bluck
Hawk Morgan, ho by-Larophcr's Black
Hawk, ho by tho old Vermont (or Hill's)
Blnck Hawk, ha by Hherinnn Morgan, find
he by Justin Morgan. The dnm of tbo
i-avis Black Hawk Morgan was sired by
Tontrun, be by Kir Timothy, and hu by tho
cclebrntcd Arabian horse, Old Botisornh,
Hlr Timothy's dam wns Lady Angt-llctt,
sired by Sir Archy.tho father of Henry
nnd son of DIomede, Tlio dam of Tone-
true was sired by oldDuroc, tho sire of
American Kcllnso, grand dam by Imported Light Infantry, son of English Eclipse,
great-grand dam by Imported Malum.
The Davis Black Hawk Morgnn's grant!
dnm, on the dam's side, was sired by Messenger, said to be the sire of Ethan Allen's
dam, Hlnek Hawk Morgan Junior's dam
Was sired by Master King, Black Hawk
Morgan, Junior, wiih Hired by the same
us the following horses, for instance! Tho
Sheldon mure, who took tint prize ut the
Provincial Exhibition bold In Hamilton
in IfttH, when four years old, for single oar*
rlase horso In harness, wus sold nnd went
to Mont real, re-sold and went to the Stole
of Maine, and re-sold for 97000; also, the
celebrated Duvls mnres, who have distinguished themselves by taking three first
Provincial prizes In succession—no other
team In any class hnving done the snmo
In the Dominion.    They also took the
Srlze at New York State Pair, held tn But-
ilo, being exhibited aguinat a $14,000 team
horn New York City, besides a number of
other valuable teams. The famous Howland horse, the Scott horse, the four-year-
old stallion sold In 1809 by Joseph Grand,
Esq., of Toronto, at an enormous price, to
go to England; the celebrated horse owned by Judge Sparling, of New York Oily,
and a host of other horses, hut space will
not admit Insertion. It Is claimed by
horsemen that this stallion. Black Hawk
Hot-fan, Janlar, Is one of the safest horses In America to breed from, ns he possesses all the i-hni-neterlBtfcs of Unit noble
family—good size, unsurpassed natural
stylo and trotting action, and his pedigree
Is indisputable. His aire, D. Black Hawk
Morgan, cannot be surpassed by any horso
In the Dominion of Canada for size, style
and action combined.
ap!2-tc        WM. TURGOOSE,' Prop'r.-
LTJMB1R
SEMIS
SH1N3TES
C I- "HE Subscribers have on
I ham] a large stock of
Rough and Dressed -Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
we intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ALL old accounts must be
settled on or before the
21st day of May, or they will be,
placed in Court for collection
without fail.
ROYAL CITY PLACING UILLSCO.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
  qp2JMc	
WOODS & TURNER,
Coja.-veyaa.cerB,
teal bin. Ai.ua, law, -smrm
Dr.Mhlsm.ft> aa* Iftsnnutre Ag. nls.
Our property lists are now very oom*
plete, and w. would call attention to the
following selections, which we are en*
.bled to offer at very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:'
New Westminster Oity.
Lot SO, block XXXII—gooil residence
Subdivision of lot 10, block XXXV-
00x132 feet.
Southwest ■ of lot. 17, block XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lot. 7 and 8, blook V—graded, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residence of W. B.
Townsend, Esq.
Lots 08 and 70, block V.
Subdivisions of lots 1 .nd 2, block 0.
Subdivisions of lots 10 und 23, block 7.
New Westminster Distriot.
Good farms in all ports.
105 ncres on False Creek road.
450 acres at Matsqui—good dairy farm;
highly improved; to be sold* with itock
and Implements if desired.
- 200 acrca.at Sumas—a splendid chance
fordniry farmers,
245 acres near Ladner's Landing,
320 acres on Lulu Inland..
Port Moody.
A largo and complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townslte.
Land Surveying
In all its branches; mapa compiled, tracings prepared, and alt descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to.   30 years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
Now Westminster Distriot during onr
surveying tours, wu are in a position to
give intending purchasers a correct description of the property offered,
Money to lend on approved security nt
low rates of interest.
Agents For
The 1'henix, of Brooklyn, and. the
Liverpool k London k Globe, Insurance
Companies.
The Equitable life Assunnco Society
of the United States.   '
Gladding, McBean ft Co's terra cotta
chimneys   and   vitrified   stone   sewer
P fti&IC-E- Bllord's Block,  Columbia
Street, New Westminster,
aylS-to       WOODS * TURNER.
NOTIOE.
IB THB VNDEH
tyglve noUgo t'
[GNBDHKRE-
>t it Is our Inteii-
VV   vy my« hu     .    . -	
tnnflrapmf to ■eOrftef Coutpmftloncr
of LandM ill Wo»s lo have a public road
laldouton tbo following plant' Htartfng
nt a point on llio rond to Agassis-supper
landing. <*' W. ,1. Jcmmett's claim;
thencBBlongtliewMtrrn boundary of 0.
Nelson's claim and the eastern boundary
of L. A. Agasslz's claim to a point on the
C. P. Railway; thence following the line
of said railway in a westerly- direction
through I* A, Agasuls-s claim to the station on Iho estate of K N. Agassis,
FRANK PASBINGHAM,
OHABJ.E8 NELBON,
ISAAC MARCHANT.
Ferny Ooombe. New Westminster District, Jtarch 81st, 1881. aplMni   .
[L.S.]    CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
,      CANADA.
Province of Bnmsii Columbia.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
;, Ireland, QoERN.Defenderof the Faith,
Ac, &c., Ac.,
To all to whom theso Presents sbull come.
■,-   -^GllEBTING,
A PROCLAMATION.
Al/BX.' E. a DAvni X IT NOW YE THAT
Atturney-Goneral, JIV  an Aot nf the
legislature of the Province of British Co*
lumblii, passed In the 47th year of Her
Majesty's rclgn,chaptered 3,aud Intituled
"An Aet to prevent the Immigration of
Chinese," was, on tho 8th day of April,
1881, disallowed   by His Excellency the
Governor-General of Canada In Council.
In Testimony Whereof, We hnvo caused
these Our Letters to bo mado. Patent,
and tho Great Seal of the ^aid-Proviuce
to bti hereunto affixed:  Witness, the
Honourable clement F. Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our Raid Provinco nf British Columbia, In'Our City
of. Victoria, In Our said Provinco, this
22nd day of April. In tho year of Our
'Lordone thousand clpht hundred nud
eighty-four, and In. the  forty-seventh
yearof Our Reign, ■'
By command. T. ELWYN,
• npsflwl]     Deputy Provincial Secretary,
BARGAINS
Tho following vory eligible and valuable property will ho sold at PMIVATE
8AIK. Full particulars furnished ou application to the undersigned:
Southwest y, section, block 30, township
2, Surrey; llio acres; 80 acres prulrle; 80alder bottom; within iy, miles of New Westminster. Tho making of an excellent
farm, closo to a good market.
Eighty acres, north % of northeast \i of
section 9, township 2, with road running
through to Mud Bay; ti miles from New
Westminster; alder bottom, with flr to
south. To bo sold at a bargain.   -
J. Rosseau'*- Ranch, Langley; lot .123,
group?, 1(12 acres; 80 ncres under cultivation; orchard, largo barn, stable and cab*
In, This Is ono of the cheapest pieces of
land In the market.
Burton Prairie, buck of St. Murvs Mission, 1MB acres of Osgood land asthorels
In the Province; all In one block; very
nenr I lie Hue of the C.P.R.; has one small
honso thereon. This Is a rare ohniioo for
one or more parties desirous ot getting a
large farm, for dairy purposos especially,
Northnest y, of section 0, township -1; li!0
acres; an Improved farm, with ct'Mlllciitc
of improvements.
Northwest ? | of section 22, township 11,
The Booth Farm, Ladnor's Landing; 240
acres, nil prairie;(Soundercultivation,nnd
200 under fence; good dwelling house nnd
farm iiuildlwis.  A great bargain.
One nearly new,Pinno, by challenger
of London,  Price, 8250.
One second hand Rugay.
T.J. TRAPP.
"i
Port Moody,
np2-lc
Port Hammond,
Fraser Valley,
.FOU SALE BY.
C. D. BAND,
Real Estate Broker
NOTARY   PUBLIC,
Columbia Street,
—ORDERS *OR	
SURVEYING
PROMPTLY ATXENDBD TO.
MONEY TO LOAN
—AUiO—
ifiit for Lift, Im ul kkt
INIURANOE  OOMPANIU.
(aptto)
•mm*
TIRMSIIMI
tf
;   k.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
rrlMroOTBKH kSt> IiK.UMts IK-
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
■   ■ ' .. .    • y :
Pianos,
Music,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
Ths Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and second  to  no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
—SOLE JMHSNT8 FOR	
The Henrj F. Miller Fi&no,
O'BMtw,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
And agentfl for all the lending American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
Oa the promises, as nutty and cheaply
as at any other establishment In th.
Province.
 AGE11TS FOR	
Confederation Ub Asswmm Co.,
Nerth British and Cofflimnial Fbt
Imunne* Co.,
London A LanouMrs Fin Insur-
inoe Co.
-Agent, for First-
ui NttJUIMf un
sHirriNs ucnrn,
HIM UHilMIII
IIIU W Ulli
em-Ton Mini uuu,
HUSKS, PMM.H0RI,
mm, iMiirn,
And all kinds of Blank Book, and Blank
Forms on hand.
 AU th. Ltadlng—-
NEW8PAPER8
 AND	
Regularly received. Sotaoriptlon. taktn
for .ny Publication at lowest rates,
ST We import dlreot Iran maniac
turors, and cannot be undersold In this
Province.
T.R. FEABSON A 00.,
COLUMBIA   STREW,
Now  WMtalMUr, B, 0.
(MW)
9
Hs^f- ■
osborne a Alexander;
(128-Mafket8t.,Ban Pi-mwIwh*. ''
Mechanics' Tools, Hardware, nnd Machinery. CaUlogneiofnlloorgoodiitiit
fwc on application*.; :-uktw  ' ""*"
F.F.NELSON,
HAS   JUST  -OPENED J,  NEW
Storo at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will Ire f'miid a full atoife of   ,"
Dry floods. Groceries, mm Vet-
er»l Merekandlae,
Which will be sold at New Weatmiinter
PrloM. . '  '.. •  -
Aftal rbr Hulk AaWricaa Accident la-
f Next Door to .Cledonis, Hotol.
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
Real Estate' Agent and Coriv6y-
• ancer, Port Moody, IB. C.
 .. jaie-to
A CHANCE
At First Cost.
AU Iho remflinJnp stock of   "
Ladies' Winter Jackets
And Ulsters AT COST.
To look at the goods anilem-ulrc the prlve
ill all I ask.
fewo   C.Q.MAJOR.
AUCTION SALE
—OF--
TOWN 10TS
Comprising part of the Sit* of
Port Hammoea Jhiib.
•Hit FRASER RIVER TERMINUS
ot tiio Canadian Peoino Railway
'■-—To bo held on—-
Thursday, May 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
At our Salesrooms, Wharf St., VICTORIA.    For further particular, apply to
-J.P.OAVIE8&CO
'       apM-td    ______
-IMPORTERS-^
k
MERCHANTS,
T«»Nf8I„ . JTEW WKTT-msm
' OFFER, FOR SALE        *
.tain, SaptrflM* md finhin
FLbTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
ttlDDLINGS,
nt MM.-m.msm
OILCAKE,
OATS,
OAT HEAL,
CORNMEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agent, for Paoifio Coast Steamship Co.
(ja9to>	
PAOIFIO
WORKS
GOUIMIIA   STKEET,
New Westeintw, B. C.
WAGGONS.
BUGGIES,
OARBIAGES,
-AND-
igricnltmal Implements.
Punting   and- Repairing
.neatly done.
A STOGK Of OMFINS M.WATS OH HAM
JOHNSTON A SMITH,
ncSeto] Pnonurnw ■^^E^SSj^OStMS:
toe, GO cU. extra.
aw All transient adrertls.rn.nta wllla*
measured by a aealo ot solidNoan.ri.1,
which makM 11 Hoes lo tha l>o¥a»l »
tkk Buua».-Th. laiws of lb*
Chulxh of EiikIswI havt W to eon-
HM Hll.ll a number nt, adwrasi cir-
MaMuce. with their buaar. Tho
Ma Oilier c..iiil.in.tloo on f,i«ki»y
aad Wadneadajr night, taterfered with
tke evening entertainment., and >'«■
, . tatdavit rained all day. During the
b. Bnt two dan the bazaar realised about
A
* A. ■—Tho Ngalar Com- inintstat of agriculture has
tb. BoJonrnlr      	
month. (Sojourning mtam
TVm_mV8XWt_m
WedOM<l.y.f3i..ni. B..dolHop. mjju
Wm $ritish tfolnmbian.
aasneaar M^nMs. Msay s. MM.''
i ii ■■■»■■»»■»»■—■
rMHHI
l-or str. lllthet, from Victoria, A|aril ».-
Lonnlor Molaoe. , %t. Si shallap.tr,
c V Sz wrrBn. Judie orsjr * dan, ISlm,
.mleaon. J A M^nonol., r*1. Bmn.lon, T
V Horrlni, JnoMoDoMld, rinley, H w
«hmnn, W .1 Burns, Dr RI Bentley, W
l'er str. Buby, from Victoria, May L-
lltoii, Betchel, Hlckey, J Morrison,
'.uoKunl.JRobollard, JI. Knton, 0 An-
tfrwn, J W Jack-win, CConnoi.T»|jbAm,
Iweeney, G Donaldson, Jno Irkaon, J
*"-, P Lawson, J B Hellwood, S Morris,
Turner, W Turner.
l-or itr. Yosinilte.frou Victoria, May
.—Mr. Irving. Mrs Reed, Mrs Homerville.
(r and Mr. Millard anil (.rally, Mr «w(
In Bullen,Mfs-R Lewis, Moss!. Beed,
lendenon,   Kyle,  McCloitd,   Valletta,
g, hut'at tho
ft Tacoma
o'clwk yeaterday
Osss of going to tnss, but taiartat ahe
had aot arrived.    She will certainly
toWe to-day.
just issued
a new hand.bo.ik of Briti.li Oounibin.
It it a vary seat pamnhlet of 68 pages,
*lth three erjgnvinu. and » map of
the province. This book oonuina, in
Wtllarrangad form, a treat deal of
vatuable Information rvspeotiiig lhe
elimate, landa, timber, mines, Oshorles.
and other re.onroie.of the couniry. It
alto give. Intending immigrauU a great
many useful hint, ahout the best and
cheapest way of reaching the province,
and Ike price, of wrioii. articles necessary for the •aMWUbment and maintenance 4.1 a home, i Th. book is printed M the government printini '
and- Hi appearance la
to that esUblUhment.
ienderson,   Kyi,
food, Hood, He
ps 'it Lewis,
-   - —,  -Jyle,  MeCI6^_,     „,
food, Hood, Howse, Hull, Johnstone,
mall,  Martin,. Wilson, Bunte,- Toles,
wan,    j«aniiiit   wi|M,n,   duiii
lake., Sena, Nllson, and others,
__. Fer str. Irvine; from Yale, May st-
Uessrs MoBae, D Crelehton, Toons, C
lltlllvan, Brother -Slanohard, Bishop union, Shannon, Fussel, Tobfn, Morrison,
'ohn Smith. MurciiH Smith, Geo Howison,
1 Work, nnd 11 others.
from
Rain fell all day yesterday.
Hon. Mr. Smithe returned
tttnwa on Monday.
A great many men are out of em-
doyment at Tacoma.
Custom, receipts at Victoria lost
nonth were fW.SOii.
Sale of groceries, furniture, etc, ai
thia morning, at Ewen'. wharf.
Attonllon il directed to the High
Ichool advertisement in another col-
>ntn.     -..  titi 'y
General-Manager Van Hornn, of the
P. R., is now .on his way to this
rovinoe.   -
The atr, YoNmlle arrived from Vio-
jria yesterday afternoon shortly be-
tr. 2 o'clock.   ■ .
The sir. Oregon recently made the
rip from Liverpool to New York in fl
ays and 10 hours.
Stanley hal found on the Congo,
orth of the equator, a population that
e eatimatea at 40,000,000.    .    .
Mr. W. T. Jennings, 0. E„ hu re-
irned to this province and will go on
^^u railway construction staff.
Mr. Cridge, 0. E., left for Viotoria
isterday, and will go on the engi-
earing staff of tho island railway.
During the put few daya, work on
e Colonial. Hotel 'and adjoining
uilding hu been gbing'on rapidly,
A Buckbo.nl, with pole and shalt.,
ud a 2-aeated Buggy, will be offered at
won', uthaa-f t-n.Am-u      X
Bwmifo Items.-r--S'*a. leving nnd
Vosemite lejj>f-tftr-X»ltf'-lifts} ^u^ria
on Wednesday morning. Str. Sir
James Buuglas arrivod from the Sand
Heads Wodnwday ...afternoon. Str.
Rithet arrived from Victoria Wednesday evening and proceeded tu Vrtlo.
Str. Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo
Wednesday night. Btr. Douglas, left
on Thunday -morning for tno light*
house. Thn atr. punsuiuu- left for
Kanaimu on Thursday." Str. Ruby arrived'from Victoria, at 10 o'clock Thursday night, and left for Harrison River
at 4 yesterday morning. Str. Rithot
arrived from Yalo at 10 yesterday
morning, and proceeded tu Victorin,
Str. Yosemite arrived from Viotorin
at 2 yeaterday afternoon, and left for
Port Hammond at 3:40. Str. Irving
arrived from Yalo at 4 o'clock yeBterday ifturaoon. '. ,M   1
■■'.■ ■■■ ' ■" *.: !■*»■—- -—'■—
A Sbbiour Ciuhok.—Messrs. Geo.
McKcnzie, Wm. McKee nnd Jno.
McKee, Jun., wore 'brought beforo
Meurs. Ferris, Edmonds and Benson
lait Wednesday on a charge of perjury. In 11137.7 McKehsie pre-empted
88 acres, of land, near Mud Bay, but
mado no improvements, Lut March
Hr. J.' H. Hazletou went to this land
and. found it unimproved nnd unoccupied. He took possession, and a fow
days afterwards Mr. Jno. McKeoand
his sons came With some mon, erected1
n^cabin and a piece of fence. McKen-
zie then made a declaration of improvements, supported by Wm. McKuu
and Juo, MoKee, Jim. Wm. McKee
brought this declaration Jo thu land
office iti this city, and obtained a certificate. Hasselton, thereupon, entered
an action for perjury, nnd the three
uiou, after the evidence was heard,
wero committed for trial. Bail waa
accepted in 91000 each, and Mr. Jno.
McKee in $3,000 as aurocy. ,
auction at Ewen's whad to-dty. ,+
It is aaid tliat there were over 70
egistered letters in the Canadian malls
itely stolen on tho' Northern Pacific
"ailway.
Senator Mclnnes arrived from Ot
awa on Wednesday night, Mr. J. A,
", Homer, M.P., is expected about
ie 15thivet.
The steam farry wu kept running
ntil titer 12 oclook Wedneaday night
1 nccommodato people who attended
wedding at Brownville.
Land grabber* who contemplate a
id on public property weal of the
■ort Moody roaa, should read the no*
ce published in our advertising cut-
una thia morning.
We are advised that the inoreaeed
ites (25 per dent.) Announced by the
, P. N. Co. apply only to the northern
out route.   There ia no chango in
1 Fraser Rive* rates..
When were banking transactions
irst  known ? In the time of King
fcaroih, when the Egyptians received
1 cheque (cheeV)4t the bank'of the
led Sea, and Moses crossed it.
Rev. Mr. Jaraieaon, agent for the
. 0. Bible Society, thankfully
cknowledgca. the receipt of $30, col-
setad by Miu McDougall, at Mud
lay, in aid of tin funds of the society.
Phoaa MoAHster and her company
isrformed in the Drill Shed on Tims*
lay, Wedneaday and Thursday nights
large audiences.   Tha performance
highly spoken of by those who wero
iresent.
It is said that there arc fully 3000
inemployed Chinese laborers in Portend. The completion nf the Northern
-acific and iho stoppage of other work,
n whwfc Chinese are engaged, is the
attee of their idleness;
It will bt bbsetrvedth* the time fur
-eceivpg teridem for the uylum im*
provementa bu been extended lo the
8th inet.. It ie hoped brnthat time
the local btiek makers will ft ready to
■juete price* to contractors.
The prititen of Toronto have pre-
sonted A petition to th* Canadian parliament praying that meunrwb* taken
to prevent the Importation of Ofcfe***
nto Canada, and to regulate thb** now
n th* country. The Toronto printers
lave their eyes open.
Mkihopwt CtfPBcn, Mary Street—
itev. E. Robson, putor. Service at 11
, tn. and 7 *, m. Sunday Sohool and
IbU Clue ?.V> p. m. Prayer Meeting,
Thursday I p. m. "--- * *
■wdtall/^r'' ■■■
Seats freei strangers
Hafft HoTumyra.—We have been
equested to publish the following no*
tic*:—"Th* annual meeting of   ihe
Sappy Hottentots for tho election of
sfloera for the current year will take
lace at the  Hall of the Brighton
louse, Burrard  Inlet, thia evening,
reather permitting; atter whioh the
ounting of scalps taken during the
tut yur and the trial and execution
f the unfaithful, and other buaineu
unnected with the society, including
ie balloting for candidates for mem*
srahip and the arrangement of a mu*
cal programme for the season, will be
one through with.   All members who
lao* any value on their scalp* will
ike  notion and govern  themsolvea
accordingly."
f
(. j „ 1 » 1,   . .—
BoAiin or Tuve.~A meeting of
the Board of Trade was held on Wednesday night. Mr. Jas. Cunningham,
M.P.p., president tff the board, occupied the chair, and Mr. T. J. Trapp
acted as secretary. A letter was read
from Mr. A. L. Stokes stating that tho
freight rat* between Portland and this
city had been fixed at $6.60 per ton
for general merchandise, aiid 04 for
flour. The president wu empowered
to wait upon Senator Molnucs nnd
Mr. Homer, M. P., on their return
from Ottawa, with respect to mail subsidy between this city and Tacoma.
Several mattera wero discussed, and
the following resolution was.carried:
'That in the opiniou of< the Board of
Trade tho alteration proposed in the
mail contract between this city and Victoria (viz: a daily mail betwoen Victoria
and New Westimnster,und a semi*weekly mail to Chilliwhack and Yale, in lieu
of the present service of four mails a
week) would be detrimental to tlie in-
interests of the interior and Yale; and
while we would bo very glad to receivo
a daily mail, we must decline to endorse any arrangement ■ whioh- would
deprive the interior of existing advantages."
' Yesterday afternoon we received the
following important telegram:
Victoria, May 2.—Although not
yet made publio, thn general result uf
the premier's mission to Ottawa is understood to be highly satisfactory.
Port Moody having been definitely
fixed upoh aa the terminus of the railway, the Dominion Government surrender to tho province all that portion
of the railway reserve west of tho snid
terminus.      •
From Okanagon,
Wo are in receipt of a letter from
Okanagon, dated April 18, from whioh
we make the following extracts: "All
in thjs neighborhood,^ncar the Mission,) havo been busy getting in their
crops, and quito a fe*7 aro though
with their planting' for thia Reason.
We are over, I- think, one of the
hardest winters" on stock I have
seen in 16 years in the Okanagon district, tn cattle the majority of ovrnera
lune lost from 10 to 12 per cent., and
Juite a number from 16 to SO per cent.
lessra. TWson, Brewer and Nicholson's portable sawmill is now cutting
lumber at the Mission nnd doing good
work; thoy average about 3.000 fool a
day. Mr. Best of Mission Valley sold
his ranch to Mr. Knox for £2,000 and
purposes to start fnr the Northwest
with hia stook about 1st of Mav. Quite
a numbor of horses are to be driven to
the othrraideof tho mountains this
spring*, rme band from hore belonging
to Mr, F. J. Barnard of 360 start some
time in May,"—Sentinel.
.Thursday, beliiR tho lat of Mny, was
observed with the customary festivities
l>y .the people uf this city. The weather
was all that could be desired, for the
day throughout was most oharmimr.
At 1:30 *,M. the procession started
from Hyack Hall, headed by Hi* .city
'band, nnd proceeded to Louisa Gardens, where preparations had been
mndo. 611 (ho grounds a raiped platform hnd beun erected, beautified by
evui^roens and t.uwera. and surmounted by a crown. Tho queen, (Miss
■losie Eickhoff) was attended hy Miu
Maude Turner and Miss McCutchen
as Maids of Honor, and Miss Oracle
Parker and Mius Evangeline Leonora
Hughes, attended the Queen-elect
(MiBB Mamie Wise). The throne wns
placed on the platform, and the queen,
surrounded by the trusty Hyaena, de*
Hveied the-following proclamation :
"UlUCIOUH    80VEKUIU>    AH!)    Bfc-
lovsd Bumui:—I greet your ocoeuion
to the throne with heart-felt pleasure,
nud can assure you, frum my own experience, of the love and fidelity of
your subjects. Many of them nro, like
ourselves, just budding into the springtime of existence, and, therefore, love
the sports uf spciu. They hall thia
Miy Day with jtftful «Ie». snd wait
the commands ^fv**r Mntesty to begin the sports, ' tewrameud you to the
protection of the g*Rant Hysoks,who
are not only faithful to their queen,
but always ready to render aid to those
who are in danger. I now place upon
your head the fitting diadem for a
Queen of May, and trust you may
wear it in happiness and peace."
'Here Queen Josie crowned and kissed Queen Mamie, who responded as
follows:     ,     -    , ;'-f'    •
"Swrkt Sister Queen.-—I receive
tho crown at your hands with due hu-*
mility, and hupe so to perform my duties that my subjects may regard me
with affection. My faithful guards, the
Hyacks, have always distinguished
themselves in tha performance of good
works; and, I am sure, will help me in
making this a happy May Day. To my
loving subjects of my own period uf
life Hook for help in making this a
truly happy day for ail. And I command thnt nothing but kindness and
love be observable on tlie faces of those
Kresent. We do honor to this bright
[ay Day by gladness and mirth, aud
him the genial spring with smiles,
Hyacks, lead the wny to the May Pole,
that my subjects may join in the revels that herald beaut onus Flora. Hi
to the May Pole!"
The queen nnd ox-queen were then
escorted to a largo platform under a
luxurious maplo, where dancing com*
tnenced to the music of the band, and
wu kept up at intervals until near 6
o'clock. The usual generous distribution of oranges, candies, toys, Ac, was
mnde to the children by the Hyacks.
In another part of the ground various
races and other athletic tiports were
carried on. Tho attendance was large,
and a very pleasant day was spent. In
tho evening dancing was resumed at
the Drill Shed and kept up until 2
o'clock -yesterdy morning.
 . .»  	
, Thomas Myers, Bracebridge; writes:
'"Dr, Thomas' Kclectric Oil is the best
medicine I sell. It always gives satisfaction, and iu cases of coughs, colds,
sore throat, fto,, immediate relief_ hu
been received by those who use it."
From Clinton.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
fi Clinton, April 29,-Fridtiy morniug
our, village was thrown into commo-
;tkm uver the escape of two prisoners
from the Olinton jail. Boswell, late
constable at Alkali Lake, wu committed to await his trial the 7th of June
next, at the assises, for rape, nnd
Duncan Favoll for obtaining money
under false pVotences. About two
o'clock in the morning a fellow prisoner (who was serving his time^for supplying Hquor to Indians) was awakened by tho noise made by tbo bursting
tif tho outaido door, leading to the cell'
doors. He immediately gave the
alarm, and the keeper promptly went
in pursuit,but the night waa so intensely dark that no trace of them could be
found. In the morning- their tracks
wore seen n short distance from the
jail, but which way to follow baffled
the wisest head tu divine, The Government Agent sent couriers in all directions nnd telegraphed to sevei-al points
in the interior. All possible efforts
were now made to intercept them, as
it wus more than probable that tho
prisoners would make for the American
side. Yesterday (Monday) at 2 o'clock
a dispatch was received here by tho
Government Agent stating that an Indian from Dead Man's Creek snw. tho
prisoners in the most forlorn condition, four miles from Cache Creek, on
their way to Savona Ferry. Six In*
dians were promptly sent in pursuit,
but they failed tu find them. To-day
at 2 o'clock, while tho watch was in
charge of the bouts at Savona's Ferry,
thoy entered tho stables of Mr. I Ten
and took away two swift horses. A*
they were emerging from the stables
tho watch saw them nnd gave the
alarm, but it was impossible tn overtake them with inferior horses,' At
about noon to-day tho horses were
seen nt Bates' Flat, ft miles from Savona, ' The prisoners had evidently
abandoned their horses and took to
their nearest hiding-place. They have,
ftp to late this evening, eluded pursuit.
Their sufferings from cold and hunjjer
must be very great. When Been hy
the Indian their feet wero wrapped in
cloth, whether to couconl their tracks
or from sore feet* roumius for themselves to relate. They must have frequently turned their thoughts tu the
" if Clinton jail,
It was a Boston girl who nsked—
"Why ia it that two souls, mated in
the impenetrable mystery of their nativity, float by each other <ln the ocean
currents of existence without being instinctively drawn together, blended
and beautified in the assmilated alembic of eternal love ?" Thst is nn easy
one. It is because butter is 45 cents
A pound, and a good sealskin ssoqtio
costs sa high as $600. Tho necessaries
of life must experience n fall in prico
beforo two souls will necessarily blend
In the assimilated alembic nnd so
forth.-ivVi*to«-n 'JSffrwH.
(L'orrc-tpidMlenceof tlio COlmjuljlaii.)
A public meeting was Held at Ml.
.lohnston'rt house, Hall's Prairie, on Friday evening, April 25th, for the purpose
of considering tbe requirements of tbe
settlement in regard to roads and educational facilities, also 'development of the
settlement generally. 0a motion 'hi;
Johnston was voted to the chair, and
H. T, Thrift, secretary.
The chairman said tlie object of the
meeting was to got the settlers together,
and mutually discuss matters in which
all were interested, viz.,- the opening up
of new roads, thus giving settlers who
were living back an outlet and enabling
them to get produce to market and get
in supplies; also what should be done towards getting a school established in the
neighborhood; and he trusted all present
woeld express their views fully on any
subject likely to benefit the uoinmiinit'v
at large.
Mr. Hart said for ItU part ho would be
glad to see a school here at as early dat*
as possible; he bad a large family hore, of
-.•..... _-](| uiWM ft greatjJruwT,
)t having aschool. U.T.
waa gUd to see so many
two exceptions ult the
here. He was also pleased
___ D. W. Brown, J. P. theii-:
municipal councillor for this ward; it
allowed that all took aa interest in tlie
development of this magnificent soctiou
of OMntty when we have secured homes
for ontsslvefl; still he wonld remind them
of the fact that there wna a large amount
of vacant lands still unoccupied and that
we sbould all endeavor to get settlers to
come in ami occupy and assist ns to develop the settlement. In regard to a,
school, he was afraid we should not got
any this year; still it would be in order
to define a school district to meet the
need of tbe settlement, and to correspond
with the authorities' requesting Ui»t a
new district be created, as bo defined.
It is a great pity that so many children
of school age should have to remain so
long without a school. In regard te
roads, he was a new comer among them,
but any resolution brought forward,
which had for its object the benefit of
the community, would receivo his hearty
support; at the satrfe time he assured
them he would oppose 'any hole to the
corner business, and for his port he did
not feel like being contented with the
miaerablo pittance which had been expended in this1 ward hitherto; wc were
not paupers and did not wish to be treated as such: we nave -n right to a fair
proportion of all revenue collected in the
municipality and that we have not had;
last year there waB collected within this
ward alone nbout two hundred and twenty dollars and1 there waa expended $250,
a great amount of which was of doubtful
utility. We did not cet one cent of the
81000 received from the government and
only * few paltry dollars of the road tax
collected, and we shall be left in tho
same way this year unless we assert our
right aud demand our fair share of, the
revenpe. There is also another matter
whioh is very important and should be attended to,and that is the necessity to the
settlers of this neighborhood that the
navigation of the Campbell river should
not be obstructed as at present by filling
it full with saw logs, to the great detriment of the settlers.
Mr. D. W. Brown snid tliat when in
Victoria the authorities had informed
him it was necessary to elect three trustees before they could take any action in
respect to a school. The secretary reminded him of the fact that no election
could be held until the school district
was established.' Mr.! Ii. said he hod a
school act at home which also stated that
was the mode of procedure, bnt he expected it was an old one; they had 110
new school acts on hand at that time
(when he was in Victoria). . In respect to
roads, he was willing to adopt in this
ward the same principle as that adopted
on thf' Kensington Prairie and Pickard
dlteh «Of)tr*ots, viz., the Council to pat-
half and -the settlers do the balance.
Councillor Brown was reminded that lie
was a public servant, and that the mode
of procedure adopted on the said contracts would not upply at Hall's Prairie,
for the reason that the Kensington Prairie settlers hod never* contributed ono
cent towaid tho municipal revenue; the
$160wasgiven.to them as an inducement for them to cut u road through for
their own convenience, while the greater
number of tiie settlers at Hall's Prairie
are old pioneers, and as for the Pickard
ditch the contractor was getting the full
amount of hts contract, S500--.%50 from
tho Council and the balance from those
whose lands will he drained by Bald
ditch. Mr. Adams, sr., said he hail b'ech
living on liis place a good while and
there had been nothing done toward giving him an outlet If the Council had
no hinds available he would advance
8400 (for the purpose of opening up the
Hall's Prairie road to the international
line) freo of interest for three months.
Mr. Jos. Jeitznef said be would he glad
to have the road opened; it would benefit him by giving bim un outlet. Mr,
Hart said it would also give him an outlet. Mr. H. Slender opposed tho road
being opened; he wished to sue the Campbell river road opened to the beach,
otherwise Coast Meridian opened for oue
mile to the beach, Mr, Adams, jr.,
thought no one could object to them having the road opened to the lino with any
degree of fairness, for whilo it would lie
a great help to. 4 or & settlers it wonld be
NEWS FROM ALL PARTI OF TRI WORLD.
Omwi, April 19.-Over 9500,000 are
missing out of tbe treasury of the province of Quebec. The affair has caused
Ktat excitement both here and at Qua-
ie. Mr. Chsplean, formerly Mmier
of the province, but now secretary of
the Dominion, will be called upon to ex-
plain the loss. The Cliapleau-Monsssau
regime remains a dark letter In the bis-
tpy. of the province. Bills are now
being.audited, and the opposition are
determined to press tho matter, tu the
end. Chapleau declines to say anything
about the affair.
LtfjHWf Apiil 23.—The Time* says:
Professor Maspero, French Egyptologist,
has discovered at Ekmeea, the ancient
Khemsis (the Psnopolis of the Greeks),
between 'Assiot and Thebes, an imineuse
necropolis, which datt-s from the Ptole
niuic period. Five catacombs so far have
been opened, and yielded one hundred
uud twenty mummies. The sites of one
hundred similar cstacombs are still intact. U is believed that tbey contain as
jnauwui tft thousand mummies. A large
hafyest of funeral treasures is expected.
1 tonox, April 29. — Advices from
Cafe Town mentions a strike and serious
dfeordsrs in the diamond field. The men
are all searcln-d daily at the conclusion
of their work.
Havana, April 29.—Early this afternoon tke whole city was .shaken by a
terrible coi-eussion. The streets were
.immediately tilled with frightened people who believed that the city was visited
by an earthquake. It' soon became
known, however, that the powder magazines at San Antonio on (he opposite
side of the bay had exploded. Many
houses in Havana have suffered-severely.
London, April 29,—The Russian minister of Franco attributes the-gloomy
condition of finance and trade in Russia
tb the competition of the U. S., Canada,
and India as exporters of wheat. ,
London,' April 28.— A telegram from
Berber says it U impossible to communicate with Gen. Gordon. The. whole
country is in rebellion, and the tribes
threaten Berber and everyone starting
for Cairo, , Later advices from Berber
Stipe: Hassien Pasha has proclaimed the
evacuation of the town. 'Its inhabitants
have fled and ths troops marohed out
nnd joined the rebels.
London, May 1.—Esrl_Grjuivillo has
a great convenience to the public generally.
Mr. Adams, sr., moved, and Mr, J,
Jelteuer seconded that the municipal
council lie requested to open the Hall's
Prairie rood to the international Hue, and
that tenders be called for tlm same at us
early a date as possible.—Carried.
Mr. II. T. Thrift moved and Mr, A.
Bamford seconded that the Council be
requested to correspond with the government and endeavor to obtain an appropriation to complete the unfluislicd portion of the Hall s Prairie road, from the
fticouiKkl flats south to the prairie. Curried.
Mr. Hart moved ami Mr. L. Adams
seconded, that the secrelary of lliin
meeting lie requested to correspond with
Capt. Knvely, deputy minister of marine,
etc., with a view to somo action being
taken so that the Campbell river be kept
open for the InmeAt of the settloif.—-Carried.
It Iwlng proposed to have anotliei-
meeling in u short time, nothing definite
wns done in the school matter,
Chi motion of Mr. L. AiIhiiik, seconded
by Mi. Hart, tiio meeting ndjourned.
Egyptian affairs. It Is douched
in friendly terms and accepts of'the conference; it asks for a previous exchange
of views between the two governments
upon matters, connected with financial
qnestious. ,   */.■ .,
London, May 1.—Gladstone aaid the
lost news from Khartoum indicated that
the! city, was in no immediate danger.
Ho was unable to speak iu< regard to the
termination of Gorton's mission, since
there wero no replies to the communications the government has addressed to
Gordon. In the house of lords Granville, foreign secretary, announced tbat
Turkey had 'made- no reply to the invitation to take part In the Egyptian conference. Other powers hod accepted;
but France expressed a wish to make a
preliminary communication. He stated
also that an experienced general had
deprecated the employment of Indian
troops for the relief of Berber and Khartoum.        . .
Tlio "constantly thxd-oul,> feeling so
often experienced Is the;-mult of impoverished blood, and consequent en*
feebled vitality. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
feeds aiid enriches the blood, increases
the appetite, and .promotes digestion of
the food, and tbe assimilation of its
strengthening qualities. The system
being thus invigorated, the feeling rapidly changes-to a gratrfnl sense af\'TkinHs *l*o mfarnuttemsntofVweaa
th and enenrv on VMn R**° °*tne ieveM- *eta °f ""la,
Tliomdufc of the dilfereiico between
the oOnditioii of new and that of stale
■bread is far from being known.—
It is only lately that the French chemist, Bouasingnult, instituted an inquiry
into it, frum which it results that the
difference is not the consequence of de*
siccatioti, but solely of the cooling of
the bread. If we take fresh bread into
the cellar, or into any place where tt
cannot dry, the inner part of tne loaf,
it is true, is found to be crumbly but
the crust ia iin longer brittle. If stale
bread is taken into the ..yyen again it
assumes ull thequalitm* of fnsli-baked
br*ad,although in the hot men it must
undoubtedly have lost part of its moisture. M. ItoussingauH - h*u- made u
fresh loaf ff bread,the subject ui iniii-
ute invest illation, and .tlit? Jesuits are
interesting., New bread, in ir* smallest pnrbi, m so■ soft, idriiHihy,.'flexible
und glutinous (in consequence of tho
starch during, the process of. fuiuiuut-
ing aud bakiuglfeuiK ukungddjuta mu-
cileginous dextrine), that by mastication it is with greater difliwiHy separated and reduced to smaller fieri*, aud is
less under'the influence of the salivu
snd digestive juices. It consequently
forms itself into hard bills, caused by
careless as well as hasty mastication
and deglntion, and in this state enters
tlio stomach. Thegastric juices, being
unable to penetrate auch hard masses,
and being Bcsrcely able to act upon th*
surface of them, they frequently remain iu thu stomach unchanged, and,
like foreign bodies, initnto aud incommode it, inducing every species of suffering—oppression oi the stomach,pain
iu thu chest, disturbed circulation of
the blood, congestion aud pain in the
bead, irritation of the brain and inflammation, apoplectic attacks, cramp
and delirium,
. h--v. :-.-■.,~-     'Qmm\Yii(\imtt*\il
beg to anuuiuieu that Mr,- C. L.'Slwrey
visit British Columbia about the
10th of May with tlieir samples for the
coming Kail and Winter, and, will- dnr-
iug his stay in the province, stop for a
short time at Victoria, New Westminster and Nanaimo. Merchants from the
interior are invited to make appoint-:
ments by letter addressed to   '
C.L, Shorev,
apl6tc      Oriard House, Victoria.B.C.
T, R, Pcarson ft Co. havo jusfniMmcil
out a very largo and varied assortment
of extremely handsoiuo Church of Kng
Und comliion prayer and hymn books.
They unr the fluent cvur shown in the
city.—Ado,
Property belonging to thb Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C.-I). BAND.*
HALL'S TcW
Hair Renewer.
Ttu> Best ts Ihu Cheapest.
Safety! Economy tl Certainty of Good
Results lit v
Tlitse quail ties are of prime importanceIn tbe'
SHT«titIoii of a firejmratlon for tlie hair. Do nol
cxpt-rliiifrii with iiewrenicdicewhlch may do
barm rather than rooiI; but profit by tbe 01-
•„if rlonco "f olhers. Buy and use with perfect
confidence an ni Me which everybody knows'
to,be good. Hall's HArn hmmwEn will not
disappoint you.
MnrAnra- ny   , ■
B. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.H,
Sold by all Druggists,
strength and energy.
Surrey Council*
Council met April 2flthj all the mem*
hers psesent. Communications were,
read from Corbould k McColl .(ordered
Bled); from Langley municipality (laid
over until next meeting); from Provincial Secretary, regarding appointment of
emigrant'-agent; from settlers on Hall's
Prairie, regarding roads; from Gordon
Defoe, asking permission to put in a
floodgate in the east road ditch on the
Coast Meridian road—granted; from H.
D. Chantrell, regarding gazetted road to
Blackie's spit; from the clerk of the
New Westminster city council, asking
about the steam ferry bylaw. BionB.
Smith was recommended by the council
to the government as a suitable person
for immigrant agent for .the municipality,
"    •" "he
French Flying Machine.
Once more the problem of wrial navigation has been solved—in theory ;
and tho new machine by which travelling through the air is to be soon guided may be seen working—in theory—
at a house, in the Avenue Wagraui,
Paris. Tho inventors of the new apparatus are two Frenchmen, who have,
as usual, Bpeht if large portion of their
lives in elaborating the contrivance,
and are as confident of their success as
any of their predecessors in tho same
field. The "system of locomotion" they
have adopted is borrowed, not from
the birds nor from the bats, but from
the insect world. It operates by setting in motion a set of rotatory wings,
something like those, which are used to
raise the little imitation butterflies
cdhnnonly sold at bazaars and fancy
fairs, or ns children's toys. The principle of their action is that of scattering the air. and so cresting u vacuum
into,which*tho air behind rushes, carrying with it any solid body which may
be Abating within it. The apparatus is
described as consisting of a loug-sbaped
speroidal balloon, measuring about 12
feet from end to end, and three feet in
diameter. At each end is arranged a
projecting axis, having arms like a
windmill, with email cards fixed to
them as sails. When one of them is
set in motion the whole machine moves
forward ih the direction of the axis,
so working, and continuing to do so,
aa lottg as the sails revolve. By stopping these sails and starting those at
the other end a contrary movement is
imputed, and so also with another
similar apparatus affixed to the lower
side of the balloon and intended to
make it descend toward the ground,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Tlie following Buslntm Directory con-
talus only (he names of perwns whoie ad-
Tsrtlss-ments appear In tbe Columbian.
It .will be found convenient.-and uiefuftu
new-comera and personu wishing to do
business in this city, the nemen are given Jn alphabetical order: '■,'
\m
Pity sic Irui.
Hr. Ucnllcy	
Iir, t'uopur	
Hr. Mae I.(.'nil	
Dr. Mothers	
Dr. Truw „	
Dr. Wmle	
 McKi'iiKicHtKCi
-■ ..Church Btreet
 ...I'olnriibla Btreet
 Columbia street
.........MuKcnxlu Btreet
...Murrey MiiiiMpuJh.v
Law yen.
It \V Armstrong.	
W Nonnuii Huh-.:....
Cort-ould A McColl,
.Columbia Nln-el.
.Columbia strpet
.McKcn&le filie'et
Insurance Agent*.
MM Armstrong	
WD Ferris	
T It Pearson * Co	
CDHuiul	
Turner, lleeton A Co....
Woods A Turner	
.- JTonl-'Hri-nt
....McKMifclejilrivi
...Columbia street
...Columbia Mrcei
 Vletorla
...Columbia street
Auctioneer-!.
WRCIurk.-	
Josi-jili (luldNtoue...
Jim MoiTi-iOII	
T J Trap) -'•	
 From sii-eei
....Col nm bin si net
Convt-ram-era, Lmd Agents. *r
W. Norman Holt-.,...
CmiiHiiutli-A■ J-int-K.
11 V Kilinoiiils...
Wil Falding	
WDFerriK.....	
HmvM'ifc Ulekiiui
Wm McLean	
Juk MorrlNoii...
.OoluinMa street
 Victoria
Columbia fitreet
MeKeiiKle street
.Mi'Keheletitn-ct
 Front street
 Port Moodv
Mi-Kfiir.il- Htrret
OBTB acre of land, more or
Iosh, at thQjtfuple RldKo public lond-
Ing, containing two houses.   OuenoUSe
..-._..  Will bo Bold together or
cheap for cash, or rented to-
C D Hand ..„..., ..CulunihiaiitflMi
Woods A Turner .....«,.C'«Ui'|i'»li' «tn-<-f
General Merchants.
Mre Kelt-tinu.. ..Columbia street
Mrs Km mil Gold..
eparately,	
ultiiblc tenants. _Aj
npDIMm
KcKENNEV,
Maple fildge,
by raising ono of which the course can
be made to deviate to. the right or th*
left'
Mr. Peter Vermett, Hoohelsga, P. Q.,
writes: "Dr. Thomas'Eclectrie Oil cured
ue of Rheumatism after I tried man;
jiuroose.   I
medicine,"   Just think of it—yon"can
medicines to no pun
His
Imany
a good
relieve the twinges, of rheumatism, or
the most painful attack of neuralgia—
you can check a cough, and heal braised
or broken skin, with a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil, costing only 25
Cents.
comforts und flesh-pot:
while lyingon the cold ground,-with j Kki.hhon is TiiKC'ABiNKr.--"ln ihe
the canopy of heaven /nr 11 covering. ■Gahiiit-t (Vole all itiligimis meet,"
A few cool moments ne>o nfy'WedJ.J^g -j,,, Washington ciirrcapiindelit'of
them to meditate that the wny df tun Si. l.unis Clvht-hewocivl. "Thu
transgressors in hard. Favell displayed j president is 11 High-Church Kpisoiipu-
groat ingenuity, Tlw manner in which  ||Rtli Although hi* father was it Bapt' '
screws wore drawn and wooden icrow-
heads put in the holes tp keep the
door plates from falling off showed
ability that could be devoted to a better pun-use. Until late this evuning
no arrest haa been muiK. It will hu
difficult now to make an escape, as
every direction is welt guarded, and
the whereabouts well known.
A yet- , Cathartic Pills are the boat
mwlieine that can lie employed to correct irregularities of tbo stomach and
towels. Gentle, yet thorough, iu their
action, they enre constipation, stimulate
the digestive organs and the appetite,
and cleanse,, build up, aud strengthen
th* system.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. 80s adv. in
anothsr column.
preacher, nud his staters ure all members of tha* church, SeoroUiiV F'dger
is a Presbyteriati, nud sits with tlio
pustor's family 111 tho New York Avenue Ohnreh, where Secieturv Frelin-i-
liiiysen and lib family,ami PimtiiiasU-r-
Goiuaiil Greshnm tint) his family nlso
attend. Secretary LinA'dii. like Ins
father, it a Presbyteriiui, 1ml hm wife
is from 11 strong Methodist family, mid
they generally attend that Ohm-cli.—
Secretary Chandler and 'iir t'miiilv
go to the. Unitarian Church, and are of
tbe advanced, and liberal thinkera of
that body. Attorney-General firewater aiid his wife always worship at the
Epiphany, the largest and most fashionable uf the Low Church Episcopal*
congregation. Secretary Teller and
his wife are very devout Methodists. '
Diaries tor IBM at T. It. Pearson k
Go's,—.4 dV.
at a salary of *>i00\ for six mouths. The
clerk read a favorable report' from the
committee who inspected Mr. W. Shannon's work on Hall's prairie road, and it
was ordeted tlmt he lie paid the balance
(930) due him 011 lib contract. It wss
also ordered that Mr. A. Brown be paid
tho snm of 92 for clearing logs and trees
off the Hall'* I'rairio road; #3 were appropriated to clear timber from Stander's
road; $20 were also appropriated to repair the Seott road at the top of the
Scott hill. The following resolution was
then read and \ta»teA:—Ke«dent, that
the Provincial Sinu-etary tie ratjtusted to
alterHhe plans of the bridge across the
'Nicomekl river, Const Meridian road,
nnd make it a draw bridge so an to allow
boats to proceed as far iiji the Nicomekl
river us the HnllV Prairie mini, as the
closing of tin- river to navigation hy the
erection of n solid bridge is a great in-
oonvenience uud drawKn-k to the settle-
ments and siiri-outiding country. The
clerk wns instnictcd to notify tiie Knval
City Planing Mills Co. tl.it any ditch
thuy put neriMs tin- < Wst Meridian road
will litt on their owi responsibility nait
i-i tin- intention to opi'ii up thp said line
this mt.imui. By ratptcst, >lr. .lolm St.--
veri-mii Wits itllnwitd to -ttraiifh-en the
•Suininhmoo rond in front of. bi» jdn -c
iiroviib'il he ilid tiu- gradim; himself,
file ininiterly rnport of the ii.mi..-«H of
the iHiniiriptility were r.«id and uppmvi d.
The bylaw for the retnn nud revision uf
the nssL-esmcut roll pa«sed its Uirge readings, after wliich Cout). Morton gave notice that at the next regular meeting he
would introduce a bylaw for regulating
tin- nt-t-jiiii ferry. On motion of Couu.
lb-own. sei-onded by Ootin. Stewart, the
ili'i-K was instructed to wr\tv to the
mu nii.i j ml councils of Helta anil langley,
asking tlienv toMMitrihute something to-
w-mls building a slip fur tlie steam ferry.
Council adjourned till May Hid at I i).ui.
Mr. A, Fisher, of the Toronto Qlolw,
rays- "I take great ulensure in recommending Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable
Disco very nml Dyspeptic Cure to the
public. I have suffered with Dyspepsia
lor same time, mid have tried several
remedies without receiving any lieneHt,
Being recommendeil to do bo, 1 used one
buttle, and must say that I find the result perfectly satisfactory, not being
troubled with this distressing disease
since, and would recommend others situ-
iliuly alHictod to purchase a bottle at
once, and try it, as 1 am satisfied they
will rcelve benefit from its use,"
p     9    9    9    99
For nil troubles o'f the Throat, uss
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in another column.
There are number of varieties of corns.
Holloway's Corn Cure will remove any of
them. ...
Anxious to bt Neighborly.
He was a small boy Kith dirt on his
nose and n faded straw hat on his
head, and feet long unwashed. He
walked boldly up the steps, pulled the
bell, and, when the lady came to the
door, ho said:
"Say, can you lend ma your tolephone for n few minutes V
" Why, I can't," she gasped out.
" We'll bring it back in half an
hour."
" But. I can't lend it, child. ¥011
don't seem to know what a telephone
is.   Who arc you?"
" We live around the corner—just
moved in, and we want to be neigh*
borly. Intended to borrow your wheelbarrow nnd slimel, hut your buy
wouldn't lend Vm, and our lured girl
lias been over t<> borrow tea and sugar
and couldn't get any. We kinder
.thought we miuht borrow your tele
phone or -om-*l.liiii<-. and um would
briny'it buck nud gw n chance to seo
your style and mlt you io run right In
with yu-ii' n'd rlothps nii/'-ftwrimif
Free Press,
DiMKxsii GATiiKhs S'i'iikshth as it advance. Annihilate it at its birth. When
th** 'bowels hocottie sluuuiBh, digestion
feeble, or tlie liver torpid, they should
lm arontcd and stimulated with Nor-
throp * Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
nml Dyspeptic Curo, a medicine foremost
in usefulness among alteratives. It
should not lie abandoned if an immediate
cure is nut effected, but be used aa it
deserves, systematically und with persistence. It will then prove that it is
-thorough.      •   -■   ■■ ■
SU* Csonrtsa npnsisn n» i>uap « • k-mtti mmj
TUB VAT IT WIIL AFFKCT T0V.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
change* tht secretions and jmrifies (he
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; 'brings
the liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system,    Strcn is
THK   IMMEMATS   ANII   H.MWACTORY EF-
aiart that it i* mrranted to break up the
most distressing cough in a few hours'
time, if not of too long standing. It is
•warranted to oive esthik hatisfactiok,
even IN the most confirmed cases ef Consumption! It it VHtrrantcd not to produce
costiveness (which hi the case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it con*
tains no opium in any form. /( in -warranted to be perfectly harmless to the most
delicate child, although it is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There t* no real necettitu for to
many deaths hy Con&mntfcn, when At-
UK's Lcso Balsam will prevent It if
only taken in tune. Physicians having
consumptive patients, *nd who, having
failed to cure them witu their own medicines, we wonld recommend to give Al-
litt- hvs-n Balsam a trial, ftwrf by all
Druggists. je30-lm.
A BY-LAW
T* KuMe the t orptrsiUa or Ihe Nule-
Ipaltty «r Chllllwlwrfc m atolse the
Mm ef One Tbeaund Dollars nir
the Parpose Therein tttt FoHh.
WHEREAS, THB MUHtOIPAI.
Council of the Municipality of Chll-
whack has resolved to raiso tho sum of
Ok* Thousand Dollars tor the purpose
of erecting; a Municipal Hall, and In order
to do sn require tho sum of 11000.00 to be
obtained In the manner hereinafter re*
eltodi
And WiiKREAS.it will reiiulru the sum
of $247.00 to bo i-alsfd annually by fcnrci
rate for the payment df tho said debt ai
interest, as Is hereinafter mentioned.
_..  .   , _„  Jlal
rate for the payment df tho said debt and
itercst, as Is hereinafter mentioned.
And Whereas, I be amount of the whole
rateable property of the sold Municipality, Recording to the last revised Assessment Roll, Ih-Iui*. for the year 188.1, S100.0DO
Irrespective of any future Inereuse of the
rateable property of the Municipality, and
of any Income In the nature of tolls, Interest or dividends from the building, and
also irrespective of any Income from the
temporary Invesinieiits of the Sinking
Fund, or 0/ any part thereof.
And Whereas, for paying the Interest
O O Major
Win Unroll. _ „
F F Nelson ...FortMeodf
Turner, lleeton A Oo (wholi'NOle)..yietor|a
..Coiuni bia street
....Columbia Stnct
...Columbia dtreet
Hardware, ftc.
Biuhh.& Co	
EG Prior.-....'.	
ESBcoulInr-tCo...B.
 .Victoria
...:,..,.... Victoria
.....Columbia street
Carriage Worsts*
Johnston it Smith,.,;.........Columbia st-tvet'
Commission Merchant's.
Druggists*
Bool ■ an* Hhaes.
R'.Thoma!' Columblu sired
FUnr anil Petri.
G not ay Hanck..'..;. _;,..! .';,.-.VrcM. street
Furniture.
J G Buuio .'..* Columbia street
Tailor*.
John Walsh ......Coinml'lii sjreo
Books, StatUner}-, ftc. .
T It 1'em-son -fc Co....... Columbia street
T It Pearson <t Co Yale
Musical Instruments.   '
JBogimii ;.,: -....'...viotoria
Cross' Musical Agency.-*..  Victoria
T R Pearson A Vo. Columbia street
Kurtz A Co	
Liquor it,
E liitjwn A Co. .'.„•	
WDFer.-iHiaKent).
Kchoe A Co->> n .'
Hutels.
Brighton (Geo Bliuik).,; 	
Farmers' Home (J Turnbull) Church st
Granville (J Mannlon)...
Occident (J Austin)...
Union (TBnrtlett>	
.Columbia street
McKensle street
 ....Sapperton
.. .Hasting* -
 ..Granville
.Columbia street
 ChHUwflmek.
..-.'.Fronts street
' risk Dnsem.
JtisTamindnlc i
'-^y   ■ul*fc#r*.'; • ' ■
Robt Dickinson. I Columbia sliest
Painters, Kic,
Murray A Frj' Clarkson sjreet ,
Cantraetori anil Bullrieis.
J A Calbick Merchant Square
Pile Drivers.
Gilley, Mooney A Co.....Address, PoHtofltcu
Saw and Planing Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill Huppertoii
Branch lumber yard ut Port Moody,
Dominion Sawmill Richard street
Branch lumber vards at Port Moody
and Victoria,
Royal City Planing Mill Uicbnrd street
Branches at Port Moody A Nanaimo.
■oak Blnrilng,
R T Williams.;;..... Vletorla
Seedsnan.
ti A McTavish North Saanich
John Murray.,... ^ponce's Bridge, B C
ThosTtiEiwell Sooko, SO
Printing Ofllec.
D Robson ft Co 1f <ifiv*iibia)i) ColiimbiH st
Rutiugand plain binding.
and creating n Sinking Fund for paying
" 1 said principal sum of $1000.00 nud lu-
!-»t as herel tinficr mentioned, it.will re-
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
At tho ColombiaN'otHce, Prices will hn
founil lower tban at auy other off) vein
the i>rovhiosK—*->! *'»"■ '
Kesutiinl photographic panoramic
views.in British Columbia, 7>> ct-s. per
set at T, R. Pearson k Go,-%
Several houses for sale by G. 1). RAN D.
"Wonts fall to
Words Fail ;-r«
BRLBV CARTER, Of Nishvlllo, TeilU., "for
toe bcaeflts derived from
Having been amloted all my life with Scrofula, my system seemed ustursted with lt. It
came »ut In Blotches, Vlceni, and Mattery
Sores, all over my bmly." Mr. Carter states
that lie wss entirely cured by the use of
AVer's SAiisAi'.unu..i, snd since discontinuing IU use,eight months ago, he lias had'
«o return of the scfofulottfl symptom*.
AU baneful infection" of the blood ere
promptly removed by this unequalled sites*-
Hve;
rRKI'ARKP BV
Dp.J.C.Ay§rACo.,Low«ll,M«t.
Hold by all Ih «Ut«: 11, sis bottles for ts.
quire an equal annual special rate of one-
fourth of one per cent. In the dollar.
Be II thrr-inre enartwl bythe Reeve
and Council of the Municipality of Chlili-
whiiclc—
1st. That It shall he lawful for the- Reeve
und Council »r Hu- .Miiulcl|iatity of. chilli-
whauk to raise, bv wuy ot loan, frrtm any
person or iK-Tsons.l-oilv or IhhIIcs corpor*
anVwhnmav lie wllUmr to udviiucc the
same noon tbe eji-illlof the, lie bent 11 res
hereinafter im-nlloneil, a sum of money
not cxeeinllng lu the whole the hunt of
S1000.00, nnd to <-iiiim' lhe '-time to he paid
into the hands of the Treasurer of the said
Municipality for the purpose and with the
object ahove recited.
•ind. That it shall lie lawful for Hie said
Reeve and Comi'll to ennsc any number
of Dt-iM'iiiiit-f* to be imide for such sums
of oioncvas niiivlii'iri-iilrcd.uol leNHthan
eiieh.anil lhat ihcsnld Ih'beiitiii-es
shall be sealed with lhe seal of the said
Municipality of ctillllwluit-k, nml lie
signed by the. said ltcnye..
:tnl. That the said lVhenuires shall lie
made payable in Kix;\t:\ns alfurihest
from the day lierelnnfter inMilioued for
IhisRy-IsHW to take eflW-t.nt the residence
of the Treasurer of Hie said Municipality,
and shall have attached to them Coupons
for the payment of interest,
4th. That the tiald'-Dehentiiies shall
hear interest nt and after the rate of eight
per cent, per annum from the dato thereof, which Interest shall I"' payable annually, at the residence nf ihe Treasurer of
the suld Miniielpalll
.,'ith. That for the purihiv or foniiliu- n
8lukiltg Fund for tlio iiayioeut of the snid
lielinnlnre* and the Interest m lhe rate
afoirsald to beconio due 1 bevcon, an equal
special rate of one-fourth of one ihu-cent.
In the dollar Mliall.iiiiiildiiionloiilloihcr
nftcs, be raised, levied uml collected in
each yenr upon all rateable property In
the said Municipality during the eoiitliin-
ance of liic snid flelwiitiire'!, or nny of
thein,
0th. II shall be lawful for the said Mu*
nlclpal Ccuiicll. rroiv llmo to tl;.io,topr.r-
ehasc nny of the said Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the same, aud
all ItebontitroK so ro-pti re bused shall bo
fortcwlth cancelled and destroyed, and no
re-Issue of Debentures shall lie made in-
consequence of sueh re-purchase.
7th. That this By-l.aw shall lake effect
nnd coino Into operntion upon the day
of A. 1). nm.
8th. This Ry-1'jiw nmy bo cited for all
purposes as the," Municipal Hall I/ian
Take Notice.
That tho above Isa I rue copy of ihe pro-
Bised By-ljiw. upon which tbe vole of lhe
iinlelpnlltywlll he taken on the Mth of
Mar, A. M, ISM, from in o'clock a.m. till I
o'clock p.m., nt the following described
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY WJWGHES.
THE ABOVK ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly every lady iu
town with success, needs little or no de
scription, but for strangers the following
is printed:—It docs the washing (or a
family in two hours; no Iwiling allowed;
little or no tubbing on the board; blue
not m-wied; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
docs tW.i weeks', washing. The tincsi
snap kii'owu for face aud hands, slutting,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if tbe above is not true.
The undersigned being the first to Introduce it, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize liim. Orders kindly received
by KUard k Co., nt the Occident Hotel,
aud orders received and Soap supplied
at Mr. C, «i. Mnfoi-N, cor. Columbia nnd
Mary streets. '■'
Being well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, ami books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
To those ont of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
11. W. HUGHES,
mH21 New Waairft C.
E. ft PRIOR,
nii-eei Importer and llcnlcr In
IN, HMAI,
STEEL
. —ASD—
Agricultural
Machinery*
Sole Agent for
terrlM Twine Mwlen. Barfceje li..
era, Wala.. K.Ik; bur, «Makr, ,, .
•rill * Sh,s«e..l imi.. ; 1   ;
ItUlMHarrs.   ttuMal   WMMa^i'H
Nl.Heaol. Ckler ThiMfem, Mc.. Wr.
■Plaaat Jx. C-u.ltlir»top«.
plnees-:
lMLLINQ "LACES.
Sumas Seltool House lor Wflrtl No. 1. :
OounoUChnmljer.Cenlrevllle.forWnrrla
a, s and 4.
Cheam Sohool House, for Ward No. *.
apSJ-lm      OEO. W. CHADSEY. C. 51. C.
Government Street,
VICTORIA! B.C.
.;' (stMH),    I,.    :,..
*___i.__ Onr
NELLIE'S MEMORIES.
(CtfdlAUd.)
Dudley liad been very silent and
nWracted for some time, and as I aat
opposite, at my work, I oould not help
stealing a glance now and then, not
often, leat he ahould think himself
watched—-und as I did so, I wondered
what. currant of thought he was pursuing, as his eyes rested with that dim
far-away look on tho wide stretch of
sunset-clouds just warming from gold
to crimson.
Was he thinking of his brief life,
with its seven-and-twenty summers,
iis short feverish 4renm of happiness?
did he see himsolf in the zenith of his
youth, n broken man! broken in
health, in heart, in hopes, in all that
makes up tho glory of life; with nothing to sustain him to tho end, but tho
atrength of Ids faith, tho endurance of
Ids miitihood.'
llo was very changed; even in repose tho over-wrought tension of the
nerves never relaxed; sweet sorrowful
curves round the mouth*, heavy mournful gray eyes, deep lines traced on the
clear broad forehead, slight indications
of gray in the dark hair over the temples; thin white hands, once strong
and brown;—ah, my dear, my dearl
what are these but signs tliat life, and
not time, hath dealt very hardly with
you?
. A movement of the opening door, a
elow rustle over tho cool summer matting, a shadow, and the aign of waving hands, aud then we rose confused
and startled to our feet, as a lady in
deep mourning entered, who threw
back hor lone crapo veil, and looked
at us; it wasKleanor.
"Lenore, Lenore!"
"I hare come back to you, Dudley."
But almost before the low broken
murmur had escaped her lips, ho had
her in hts arms, and had laid hor beau*
tiful head on his breast,   i
What waa it ahe was saying?
"Many waters cannot quench love,
neither can tho floods drown it," and
made aa though she would have knelt
to him; but he held her up with his
brave right hand, and dosed her qui v-
cring lips with hia passaionate kisses,
"Here, on my heart, love, here, in
your rightful place, where no other
head but yours bos ever rested—my
darling, my lost Lenore!"
She folded her arms ahout his neck,
like the dying boy had done, and
threw back her head till her eyes
rested on hii; and as she did so, her
face wore n look like a little child in
pain.
"I knew it, Ifcaxed it; how changed,
how wan, how sad! ah, it is all my
doing. Can you ever forgive me? oh,
my love, my love, can you ever forgive me again?"
'-Unto seventy times seven, Eleanor,
unto seventy times seven."
Bho took his patient hand, and
kissed it, and hiding her fnce in his
breast, wept as if Iter heart would
break; and as he bent over her, I went
out o£ tho room, and left them to
themselves.
Yes, I left them, and stealing down
the garden walks to the orchard, seated
myself on the low green hillock under
the King-Pippin tree, and clasping
my hands befon me, let the evening
breeze stir the hair from my brow ana
cool my flushed face.
Above me slow piles of ruddy clouds
faded awajf to westward, and over my
head the ripple and matting of leaves
kept up monotonous awayinpr with my
thoughts, and only the waking twitter
of some happy nestling broke in upon
the silence of the hour.
And the rush of tumultuous feeling
at my heart, was it pleasure or pain,
or a strange mingling of both?
Alas, how can I tell, save that I was
utterly bewildered, and that my pulses
were heating liko a fluttering bird,
just fallen to the ground.
Oould thia indeed be Eleanor? proud,
wiltul, cupricioua Eloanor? this beautiful sorrowful woman, who spoke in
luch broken tones', and looked at us
with such mild loving eyes.
She was very altered; there was not
a tinge of color in her thin white face,
nnd the flood nf golden curls, that
used to stream from under her hat,
was folded back in loosely dropping
braids; and in her eyes, and in her
voice, and in hor mute clinging caress,
there was somo great, unspeakable
change, like the dawning of a new
life.
Could it be that Morion's words had
como true? Ah, how well I remember them—
"It may bo that my human expert
ence may err, and thnt it may need
some crueller process thnn the gentle
influences of love to work this change
—hut it will come yet." '
Had tt come? Had suffering and
affliction purified and strengthened
her, till, from the vague restless
dreams of girlhood, she had awakened
to the reality of perfected womanhood?
Heaven grant that it might be so,
and that her sister's prayer could he
realized.
And the crimson clouds turned pale
and ashen gray; and slow luminous
stars trembled on their verge; and a
fair young moon trailed silvery paths
over the damp, long grass; and the
liquid manna of the night fell thick on
the hungry shrubs—and still I sat with
j think.
clasped hands, trying to
Presently, lights began to gleam in
the upper windows—the children bad
returned—and, becoming suddenly oppressed with -the gloom and stillness, I
battened down the garden and regained
the drawing-room window.
Hester bad been in during my absence, and kindled the evening lamp;
Dudley had moved it aside, but its
light fell fuUon Eleanor's shining hair
and pure wliite faee, as ahe aat on the
couch by Dudley's sjds, her head still
resting on bis shoulder, and her handa
clasped in his.
ftut Dudley's face, oo calm, go unspeakably happy, with its old fond
smile, as leaning over him I put back
the hair from his forehead with can-easing fingers—
"Is that you, dear Nellie? where
have you been ao long ? Child, your
hand is oold, snd your dress heavy
with dew!"
'■I have been keeping the moon
company, that is all—vmi hive not
wanted ine to-nlghtf
"Little jealousy! do wo want our
sister, Lenore."
She did not answer, but beckoned
ma towards her with a smile; and,
nulling me sit beside her, kept her
hand in mine.    -
"Do yon anow Marion hae aent the
to you, her. last precious legacy to
Helen, her Mend?'7
The soft lips touched my face,
"Will you hare me at your sister,
Nellie, now that ho has forgiren me?'1
"Dear Eleanor, oan you doubt it?"
"Tell ui about her, my darling,"
■aid Dudley; but I noticed hia voice
faltered ae he spoke—"Nell loved her
dearly, and so, indeed, did ire all."'
r*Sbe never cWd me," murmured
Eleanor, softly, "for sho knew that I
was brokon-lioarted- oh, Dudley, Dudley, how could you leave tno as yuu
did, that day?"
"It was you who left me, my bird,
but you have flown back to your nest
—see herel"
And he drew the little gray glove
from hia brenst.
"Night and day this has lain next
to my heart, but I always knew thut
you would come back to claim it as
four own. I have you fast, Klennov,
will never lose you again!"
"Never, never," she repeated,
"Nay, do not weep, beloved, perhaps this parting, with all its pain, has
been for our good. 1 know it has
been for mine; for the Eleanor that
has come back to me to-day is sweeter
and better fnr than the Eleanor I have
lost." j
"I humbly trust so, in my heart ef
hearts, I pray that 1 may bo worthy
of your lovo,'
"Child, do not feiir—I have you
fast—you »ve not alone, I will bo your
friend, as woll as your lover, to aid
and comfort you, Lenore!"
"When ynu loft mc tb my doapuir,
Dudley, do* you know how I suffered?
how wicked nnd restless'! was! how I
lay ut her feet, nnd prayed that I
might diet"
"My dearest, hush!'1
You passed me on the threshold
without' a word, when my heart was
breaking, and though I called your
name thrice in my remorse, you never
hoard; yoy were deaf, oven to my
voice, Dudley, my love."
His mild, gray -eyea dwelt sorrowfully upon hor, but he did not reply.
"Ana then the devil, whose name
is Legion, entered into me, a.nd my
pride sustained me. I hardened my
heart, and set my face as n flint, and
exulted in my owu torture. Those
were dreadful days with me."
"Darling, they are post; why recall
them?"
"Let me apeak' for this once, and
then, if you bid, I will be silent, I
1 very humble, dear—my spirit is
broken—broken in tho weary watches
of the night when I aat by her Bide,
sweet saint, as her 'feet stumbled on
the dark mountains,' and sho went
down the gloomy valley, writhing with
untold agonies, yet patient as a little
child.1'
Faithful unto death, Marion, faithful unto death.
"Did she know you-to the Inst,
Eleanor?"
"Yes, yes; and with her failing
strength ahe drew my head to her
bosom, and prayed Heaven to have
mercy on her unhappy child—her
poor motherless, unhappy Lenore."
There was silence tor a few minutes,
then—
"Do you love me, Eloanor?"
She rained her wondering eyea to
hia, as if she had not heard him nright.
"Should I have humbled myself so,
if I did not?" she replied."
"Then come home to mc ai once.
I am lonely, Lenore, nnd so are you.
Cemo homo to me, my love, and I
will comfort yeu."
These were the last words I heard
him speak to her that evening, for
suun nfter, I had occasion to leave the
room, and whon I came back, she was
only waiting to bid me good-bye, before Dudley took her over the low
meadows to the Priory.
It was late enough before ho re-
turned, and then his first words drove
sleep that night from my eyes.
"Nellie, it ia all arranged, and she
is to bo my wife before next month is
out. she owned Marion would have
wished so; and, dear, I am a happy
mm."
God bless you, Dudley."
You  will miss mo at first, dear
Nellie, but I shall lie vory close to
you, and the Priory and Sunnyside
shall be like one house,"
Tho Prioryl Dudley master of the
Priory! I could scarcely believe my
ears.
"Sliall you livo there? why, I
thought—Sunnyside is your own honso,
you know."
Dudley smiled mysteriously.
"At present—woll, I am too happy
to talk about houses and lands tonight; wo shall havu plenty of timo to
discuss that, but now, I can only think
that Eleanor, my Eleanor, has come
back to mo to-night—my darling, my
wife that is'to bs."
And kissing mu fondly ho loft the
room, nnd tho light springy step I had
not heard for months went up the old
oak stairs.
Oh, happy Dudley!—happy, happy
Eloanor; oh why was my pillow that
night so wet with my tears?
All too swiftly passed the time, till
the last day arrived that was to see
Dudley master of Sunnyside; but, even
in that brief apace, thick and fast came
the changes around and about us.
Two days after Dudley's re engagement news from tho nortii arrivod that
our dear Loo hud become a mother,
and great waa Herwald's pride and joy
over his first-born son.
Dudley Willoughby Delorme, so tho
young heir was called, and Dudley,
though reluctant, was compelled to go
down some ton days before his marriage, to give and receivo congratulations, and to make acquaintance with
his god-son.
Aunt Nellie —woll it was .very
strange, but I liked it, even though ft
made me feel lonely—lonely and a little aad.
During his brief stay in the north
Dudley assisted at another fostivity,
for, two days after the christening,
Milly Vaughan wan married from Hurst
Hall, and Dudley was Hubert's best
man.
He came up the next day, aud Herwald with him, and both had much to
say in praise of the little dark-faced
bride, who seut her dear love to Nellie,
and only hoped that she might be as
happy as she wan that day,
Eleanor hod been with mo during
Dudley's absence, and the more I waa
with tier, the more I marveled at the
wonderful change that had pasHed ovor
her.
Who, indeed, could recognize the
capricious, fitful child, in the mild,
firaciouB woman, whose voice was so
ow and sad, and on whose meek,
beautiful couutenance there was the
impress of a crushing sorrow.
Great indeed was Dudley's power
over her; in his absence she drooped
aud pined, spoke little; and aet apart,
but at the sound of his step and voice,
htr face would brighten, her great eyes
grew brilliant and happy, and she
would go out to meet him—her dearest
friend—and nestle her golden head
against him, as if there were no other
resting-place for her on earth.
And when, as sometimes it Happened, a spark of the old Eleanor spirit
would burst out, kindle in her voice,
■nd crimson her face, one grave, low
wurd from Dudley, nay, even a glance
of his eye, allayed the passing fever,
and subdued her pride.
(To be Continued.)
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MEDICAL HALL
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WALSI
Tailoi%
Empnum
Opposite tho llank, Columbia btreet,
Now Westminster, 15. C.      [myJM-te.
New Goods
New Goods
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
(jaOto)
B.   0.
MRSJ.MSTH,
-.   Noxt Holbrook's Stone Building,
COLUMBIA----STREET,
SEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMTORTKR AKD nF.Al.F.It IS
Dry Goods, ClotblnK,
Hats and Millinery.
Fancy floods, Jewelry-
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
dinars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectioner*.
Stock large aiul well selected. AU
Goods nrst'doas, and will lie Bold at
very low prices for cosh.
WM.M-COLL
Is constantly receiving new Hoods
consisting In part of
rMR-sr ooor)s,
< lothliiff.
HOSIERY, ETC.
' A fino selection of
. Always onliand.
. Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. . ."''..'   myifrtc.
STOVES
E.S.toollar&Co.
. Have just received per
NORTHERN PACIFC RL,
A large consignment of
STOVRS
 AND—
RANGES
Froni the celebrated inanufg firm of
E.C.GURNEYUO.,
Hamilton, Ont.
MY ull!
O. Gh
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:'
LADIES'
irect Importation
APPLICATIONS   WILL   BB   Rl.
ei'lvcd at this office until llio 20th
't proximo, for the position ot Melterjmd
flWINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.*-.
L UIIUIII1
BHQS TO INFOKM THK RKS1D-
ents of Now Westminster nnd vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
ABitiij-i-.--.it tin-Government Assay Office,
Bm-k.-rviii--, Cnrihoo. Salary, $100 per
m-mih. Applicants will he minimi to
funiit*h (■■■Hfifiieiiiry proof ns to character
nnd competency.
JOHN ROBSON,
npKMil I-rovlnelal Secretary.
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
mhU
M. ECKSTEIN.
Brain Saw ill
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers and dealers In nil
kinds of
Khhiglos, Shakes, Picket*,
AND TRAYS.
JVo Intend to koep a full slock of
(ob printing ol all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
fonnd lower than at any other office in
th. province—Mr.
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac, Ac, At,, In fact
EToryihing in Woodwork
Tlint wiil lie required tu
FINISH A HOUSE
From bottom to top.
Tliose stoves embrace the
NEWEST A BEST DESIQNS
And cannot be excelled by any others in
the Province. Having been imported
direct, they will be sold at very tow
prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR k CO.,
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. 0.
npl2tc
Port loodf!
FOR SALE I
Hantles&Ulsters
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
FeMTieeiStt
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian  Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantces, Polka Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and   Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
GOVERNMENT  NOTIOE8.
PitovrsciAi. sftcnCTAnv'fl Office,
17th April, 1881.
NOTICE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
QEALED TENDED W^ajwrecolved tijr
._ the Hon. tlio Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works, up to noon of Thursday, 22nd of May next, for the construction of a Wagon Road from the Porks of
Nlcola-Knmloops Roud to the Enst end of
Douglas Lake, *
Plans anil HpeclnVntloiis can uo Heen,
and form for tender obtained, nt the Govornmont Agent's Office, at Kutn loops, and
nt the ri'Hldenn* of John Clanperton, Esq.,
Nicola Vulley.
Tho lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accented,
W. f*. GORE,
Hurvcyor-Gcnpnil.
Lands A Works Deunrtment,
. Victorin, a 0., April 15th, MM.
1.2dm 1
Fronting on the best portion of the harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, clone to the
Railway.
"Val-aa'ble £icga.A
On the harbor, Admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or otherman-
ufoctnring purposes.     Special
advantages given,
By the acre, in favorable positions, closo
to the terminus.
Town lots and land in tbe City and Dis*
trict of New Westminster.
Intending1 Inventors
.Vill do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT, •
Columbia St., New Westminster, 11. C.
no7] P. 0. Box 80. tc,
Which ho wil) supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Snlt Customers.
Also, In constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollby-a,  London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
,  E.  BROWN,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
Showing the dates  and places mt
Court, of A.slit. Jllsl Prla
SPRING ASSIZER,
(On Vancouver Island.)
Victoria .....Monday. 7th April.
Xniiiilnui Wednesday, -Ith June.
(ON .MAINLAND.)
Nowwest'm!natcr,.Wedm-tday,... 7thMay.
Yule .. Mondayy...:„.mhMay.
Kamloops,.: Friday ....80th May.
Clinton, Saturday,.... tii i,Tune.
FALL  ASSIZES.
ION Vancouver Island.]
Victoria .....Monday,. 24th November.
Nanaimo, Wednesday, 3rd December,
[On Mainland,]
Rlchlield, Monday,... 8th September.
Clinton...... Tuesday,.,80th September.
Kamloops W'dn'HdaySth October.
Lytton, Saturday,..18tb October.
Yale, Saturday...SStli October.
New West,,.. .Wdn'sdny.iaii November.
20th January, 1881. fe2ta
EtfTATI-: OF.GKOIIGE MoJIItW,, PULASKI*.
\LL PAHT1BM HAVXKO VLAIMH
A iisoinot llio extnteofGeorge MorrlH,of
Harrison River, deccftiert, are requested to-'
forward tlienito the undersigned, proper-, 3
ly attested,, on or beforo'the-10th darof  .:
apn-lm'
OEO, _
riONA
ixecu'tow.
NOTICE
TIME    TABLE
STEAMERS OP THE
OOHts—?jAXTSr
'LflttVEt)),
Carrying H. M. Mails and;
B. 0, Express,
Leave Victoria for KewWcstnthisler,
TUESDAYS ft ER1TAY8 at Jo.m.
Leave RewWeitmlniter for Vletorla.
.  WEDNESDAYS ft SATURDAYS, nt
7 a. in.
THOS. L. DRIGCtS,
ocSOte Agent.
Black and dark shades,
and tinted,
White
Orders ror Ner.ll Hawing,
.Ml Shaping, will tie promptly and carefully attended to. Wo nny particular attention to the manufacture of good,dry
Salmon Boxes,
And we believe our customers will henr
us out In saying that wo make
Thi But 8>h»ni Bqui qq ib Biw.
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Wtvslncercly thank those who hnve favored tin with their patronage In the past,
and beg to solicit n continuance of their
favors. During! the past winter we have
made extensive additions to our Mill, and
can now All orders moro promptly and
cheaply than ever. We hnve chartered
the Rtonmcr "Iris" for the season, and will
therefore be nblo to deliver Lumber
promptly. We have also to .announce to
thecitlxciiHof Part M—Af that we have
aliened a branch of onr business at that
place, and will be able to fill orders from
therein nfewdayti, '  .
DBBECK BROS. A CO.
New Westminster, Mar Mth, Ml.    '    [te
County Court.
Willi
OTIC K I. HICREBV BITS* ttal
the noxt sitting of tho county Court
1 be hold on Wednesday, the ith d.y
of June, 1884*
Hated 4th April, 1881.       ,
K. A. JENNH,
Keilatrar County Court.
Hpvtd New Westminster.
SPENCE'B BRIDGK
SEED STORE,
NURSERY & GREENHOUSE.
-1 8 8 4-
rnsk Tefelakle .Ml Mower !•»-
Foekages Free by mail for 11.00.
guurUBIi.Bl UanlM Flowers.
<«»ta«f,<a»lH.wrr, Celery, E...r>|>.
per, T.M.I. Mai T.bw*w Plant, ready
About the Uth of March.
<Mtttorty, (Ensllsh), I VarMln, t3.no
pordOKcn.       'f 	
■■ray AmN.Trees. 'XIV, oolite each.
M,tMf«Ms«--NUrk t-.lv.Mlie,, lm
Win Feaetaft to arrive by the end of
March. Price, about 1, cent, per pound
at Bpenoe's Bridge.
Canadian Pacific Railway
tardea and I araalnp-eurau.
Brantford Clipper Plow., Mollno Plows,
tinrden H.nil PloWs, Muwars.HoisoKnkos
•Ipades and Shovels, Spading and Hay
Fork., Garden and Hay Hakes, Hoes and
Souffle Hoes, Garden Trowels, Garden
Pumps, Scythes, Snolths and Cradle*,
Brush Hook*,Grubbing Hoes ft Mullock*.
Circular nnd price list sont freo by mall,
mhMm J»M» MNUUt.
x- -e. C B S.
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
1'lainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and al-
paca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur- Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of  Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous Jo
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,   Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries \ Provisions!
fyGoods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
Cor. OolMibl-. ft Mary Sis.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(oolsto)
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF— ^
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
I
AND
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
Tiit-. Oovemmeut ot   British Columbia
lias established an
AT NEWWliSTMlNSTRR, B.O.,
And all persons wishing to obtain an*
thentic information about tlie country
nre advised to apjily^ithcr personally or
by letter, to the Aaent,
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country aud its resources will be
supplied free of charge on application,
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled! in any pnrt of the
Proviuce, aro invited to place themselves
— . _ " the Agent.   Par
ticulars should be furnished aa to the
in communication with the Agent.   Par
kind of employment and wages offered,
Tlie Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to till applications.
Office—Court Houso Building, Mar*
ket Square, New Westminster. B. C.
jo!20 tc]
Immigration Agent.
NOTICES
♦        TO ARCHITECTS.
-F01\—
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers' $125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen.... $3 50 to $4 00 tf day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to   3 50    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to,  4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  1 50 "
Bridge Carpontera,
2nd class.  3 00 «
Masons... ...... 2 50 to   3 50    "
Stono Cutters.... 3 00 to   .1 50    "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class 3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class 300 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to   200    "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 26    "
Laborers  1 75 to 2 00    "
Hewers, let class   3 60 "
Choppers, lstolass 2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All ontsido labor 10 hours por day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not bo compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of eaoh montli,
A.  ONDERDONK,
Gekeiui. Manaoer.
Omen OF, THE CoNTRACrrOBS,
Canadian Paoimo Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1883.
mHE HON. THE CHIEF COMMISSION*
1 er of Lands and Works hereby Invite*
Architect to submit, on or beforo the 10th
May- nost (competitive) Plans and Hpecl-
ficntlons, and Estimates of Cost, based upon tlio Ktibjolncd dntn, for the construe*
lion of a Gnol to be erected In the City of
New Westminster, British Columbia:
SITE—Tho site Ik Isolated nnd slopes io
the south, with n fnll of nbout ono foot In
eight feet,
FHONT-TIip front elevation wilt faco
the south.
HATEKIALS-The materials used In
construction will Includestonefor foundation, brick for walls, wood, iron, etc., etc.
CAPACITY-The building must be of
sufficient slse to contain oho hundred
prisoners; cells must be suitable for
eltheronc, or more, than two prisoners;
there must he ut least four dark or punish*
ment cells.
Also, quarters for ono warden, officers'
rooms, kitchens, laundry, store-rooms,
offices and other essentials.
.    IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
-1 Old Broad St. and 10 Pall Mall*
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Matmfaoturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels j also; Shins building aud repairing, Barges arid ottier Ves
ib on. navigable rivers and canal, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries, (
ntOX LOBS OR DAXAGK BY FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and overy information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ABH8TR0N6,
f. Agent for Now. Westminster.
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
DU. MPIMVKY, well known ni tlm fan*
der nr thn Monlrcnl, (0. H.) MfiUrnt luttl.
tnte, nml Into I'roprlPtnrcif tlio Bl'IN NIY VILLI
INF1KHAKY, would limit rcftpoctfnlly Inform
hi- patients ind Hid niHIrtfd genomllr, tliat b«
■till continues to treat clirunlc and scrvon* dl*.
eiuM with unparalleled nuccess.
LADIEB AND GBNTtlMlIf.
-   Rnflemlii-rtliat prornintlnatlon h tha thief of
time no
COMB AND Bl HBALSD.
■ It maltern not what your tr-mMm mny be, cow*
and let tlie Doctor esanlnt your cane. It will
nit yon nothing for coninltatlon, ao plea** call
and aatlaty yonm-lrea whether tht Doctor under-
itandi ynnrcnie. If lit can euro yon he will toll
yon aoi If not, lio will tell yon tliat, for ho will
not undi-rtakf- n ch*c untent lie li confident of ef.
~ ctlngacurt.
Partial nt a dlittnco wlaliliiR trcettuont. by
■ending (2ft and a minute dwrlptlon of their
iroulilei will recelvo In return a fnll conns ol
treatment wcnrfly packed ao hi not to ewllt cu-
rkxlty.
Dlt. SPINNEY will pnlnnnteo to forfeit Hm
Hundred Dollart for overv caw of any kind or
character which ht nndortaktt and hilt to rare.
, P. 8,-For dlieatea of abort Handing, a full
eonmi of mtdidnet. mftlclont for a cart, with
all initractloni. will be sont to nny addreit on
receipt of $10,
Call or AddrMi
Dr* HPINNRY * CO.,
• 28-ly     No. 11 Koarnoy.it. ,»nnFasnclico,Cal.
REQUISITES     ...
ment nnd disposition
parts of the building must he with a view
to soi-urify ami convenience, modern Improvements In ventilation and mode of
IIVUU.IKl -.mv, .uun,w .«,»»» ■.	
of extinguishing tire provided; gns will
not bo used.
COST—The costof the building complete
Inclusive of nll charges, must not exceed
twenty thousnnd dollars (120,000).
Pious nnd Hpeolflcntlons must bo signed
wlthanomrfepfumcand Accompanied by
a sealed lotter containing thr ■'— «••«-
nnd address of the Architect.     .
The Architect of the design which may
be adopted (If any) will be paid tbo usual
commission if the work Is carried out under bis supervision, or ho will ho paid Ave
hundred dollars (WW) without supertn*
donee, us may be agreed upon or decided
by tfco Government.
Tho Architect whoso design Is deemed
next In order of merit will he paid the
sum of Sioo. Rejected designs will bo re*
turned. \V.H,<JOHE,Hur.*Genl.
Lands mid Works Dept., Victoria, B. G.
8th March, im.        ' mhHtd
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATB DISPENSARY,
»0}£ Kearny St., flan Francises. Calf
KmnumD rot ins Sctssitno ass Spkfbt Ccbi
or Orkosio, Nbbvoui un SrietAi. Durum.
THE EXPEET SPECIALISE
TV»- ALLEN, AS 18 WELL KNOWN, 18 A
LJ regular graduated Pliyiiclan, educated at
Bowdnln College and Univonrty of Michigan. Do
Ut devoted a ilfilimo to ttieitudy or tho treatment and euro of dirauci within hit ipeclally.
■ TrOITHTm* *f*Bff|
And MIDDLE AOID MEN, who aro mAWing from
tht offwti of Youlbhl Indlicretloni or Kxcatm
In maturer .venn.Ntsrots nml Punnet J>nnm,
Iurwrsrs, Lost Manhood, confuiion of idoiu,
dolltyw, srorilon to •ncii-ty, doapoadency, plm-
plrt on tho fact, k it of energy and memory, fro.
qutney of urinating, etc.
MY HOSPITAL  BXPVRIBMCB
[Uaving boen •tirgoon In chargo of two loading
dU.tli
iomltafi) cnaWwHiVto troat nFferinUtroabioi
wlthexctlltntrainWi. IwWiltdUtliwtlytnd**-
-   1MH-
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WE8TMIHSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIO NAVIQATIOHCO.dlMITEO)
Except on their own Printed Form, of
Shipping Roooipt., to lie hid at T. R.
PIUUON k Co.'s, New Wostminrter.
NOTICE.
British Columbia Penitentlarr.
ft, tar a O. Ponlten.tr—' - --■■—•'—•
fib n good cutler ond
Wnmcu.     By Order,
Jnaote ' "
-tf, ns Tnllori must
tier.  Apply to th.
A. H.McBKiDE, Warden,
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO OAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shingls
Bbhiglo Machine. Steady employment
iui4 good wages to a first-class man. No
other need apply.
ft. STEVENSON,
-jy7.tc] ChUUwhack
stood tbat I do not claim to perform Impottlblll-
tloi, or lo havo mlmculmii ov auponttnral Bonn-.
I claim only to lip a skillful snd sarccaftil Phyai. .
dan and Surgeon, thoroughly Informed lu ray -'
apHalty—
DIHttAftRB OF  MAM.
All applying to. mo Will rccairu my ■ honwt
opinion or their coninlalntt—No oxpcrlmenting. I
willKnarantaskpoaftl-roesnln ■vrnoual on-
dBrtako.^furfeltW.OM, Ooniultation In ottct
or by lettur rittt and itrlctly prirati-. Obargct
n-aaopabio. Ttirrongh asaMlnntlon, lielfdltis
chtmical and microscopical analyali of arlsa. snl
advlco.fo.OO. Oflcehoun, 9 ton dally, S tn I
ovanlng.  Rnnday, 0 tn 12 only.   Cnll nr nddrri* .
DK.   ALLEN,
Vi\_ Kearnoy atroct, Ban Franelico, Cal,
49-Reraombcr, the Doctor hu a Vumsu
Cokkuhs, tbt rttalt of many yeara or tptcial
practiconmlbaiditndy, wbich, under ht* special
aiWIcn, bai never failed ol success In tin cars of
Lost M-.MHO0D, PiuisTAToMKiA, etc.    .   s
_iTCi_xa—\*
ALL PERSONS HAVISO CLAIMS
.gainst the Colonial Hotel are requested to present them to tho undersigned nt once; and all person, indebted
to the said hotel are reo.ue.ted to make
immediate settlement.
J. E. INSLEY, Proprietor.
Now West., Dee. 17th, 1883.      [delO-to
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLBMHA,
IN PROBATE.
Ik Hi: Pktbk I.obkai,, Drtbaskii.
apll
JOHN IHVINO, Manager.
ALL  CREDITOR!  OV THK Bi-*
A. tntn of Potor WMal, deceased. Intcs-
ttkisg, nro roqunsted to send In their an-
counts, proved, before tho 7th May, IBM,
to tlio undersigned; and nll persons In-
dnbtcd fo Mi ft said estate must settle the
tmimi forthwith. _ ,   __„.,^
JftA*l,UH S-AAJfflgv,,,,,
THE GREAT ENGUSHIH0T..
' Isaoerer-falllng
"Onr. for Nwr-
oosDebllltjr.Ii.
hitu.tril Vitality
. of nny kind,
Wcukness, Paralysis,   Prosta.
^orrboea,and ,11
the terribl. ef-
__^__^      !lfttiofjonthrol
folllei, and eicessn In malum jeirs,
Bl, HIKTIR vill agree to forfeit
ritt Hundred MIm for a em et
this kind the TIUI RMloratlvc (und.r
bl. special fldTlco nnd Irealment) will not
cure, or (or Snytblrg Impure or In'urloul
fonnd In it. Dl. MINTIK Irtats all Dlt-.
mm. luccenfully without mercery.
CounUatlon fret). Thorough eiaml-
nation anil adrice, $5-0(1. PilcenfTllll
iNtoratlTC, $300 a bottle, or four
times ib. qunnilty, S10-00; sant to any
addnt. upon receipt of price, or O. O. D„
..Mr. from obuivatlon,and loprlr.t.
mn. If desired, by A. I, Slim,
Thoso who cannot .Kit IR, IIHI. I
In Ban Franelico should send a full ani
mlnut.suiement ot their iroublu <rUk
lll-OO, and lu rot.ra a full enmof
Medicine will be forwarded, i«nrely
packed, so a. nnt to exolt. curiosity.
All orders lor m.dlcla. 0.0. D. a»l
bs accompanied with 14.00 (as a guar.
ani.. of good faith), which will be deducted when Ih. package is .hipped,   .
SAMPLE BOTTLE rRIE.-S.nt 01
application by letter .tiling symptom,,
in and age. Oommunlcalloni strictly
eoeadrnilal. Jayll-ly
ii tmnst su.*, ta rtioMiM, ai .

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