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Array J'rovmoia) gOCroU|,t
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— II Y —
kOBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department through T. R.
Pearson & Go's. Book & Stationery Store.
TlfiBIW-HyMiiil, fan yciir.; $1 fill fltr 0 m-**-.;
$1 fin il mnH.t jinyiihle in Ailv.iuiq**.,. Uollvuri'il
l.y C'l'-rlnr or AEim't',,.Sl |for iptnrti>r, jjiijhWi!
i|iiiirtnrl.v to Ciirrh-i' or Ag<*nt.
AQENTSi
T. N. HteoEN&Co. Victoria.
,Wm. Harrison ■ Yale,
I. P. FISHER Aiki-rtWHU AepiiI, 31 Mrroliiuit'H
I'SClllllljlO, full Kmnrlriirii, luiiutlnilfti'iltoMTlvn
AdTui'il'ii'iiii'iits P>r thlri pnpur.
lite British (ffofumlmm.
Hattir.liiV Hninfiia, Mnrrlt 4. IHH*.
Law and Works.
Unfortunately for Cli'e P'rovincn,
Mr. \Vilk*m noenpin  th* two important positions of Attorii«y-Gene-
Val  nnrl  Chief   Commissioner.     It
lias been seen to wbiit a lamentable
pnsR  bis    interminable    bliinrlnrin;
and implflcffMn- vimlictiventss diva
brought tlie country, in his capacity
as  Attorney-General.    Througu his
stupidity nnd perversity the country
1ms been involved iu tens of thou-
sands of dollars of unnecessary ex
ppnse, the administration of justice
brought into contempt  and many
individuals put to no ond of trouble
land expense.    Of all the Acts ema^
hitting from him, fully ono-balf have
proved to he had in law, and of the
other half little good can be said. Iu
his capacity of Chief Commissioner,
Mr. Walkein has scnrcrly been more
fortunate.    In fact he may tin aaid
to have proved ns great it f iii thru in
works as in  law.     Most Hi ink ing
persons were prepared   to'.lcilrh tlmt
the graving dock affairs-wei'S Many
thing hut a satisfactory condition ;
hut we imagine  few  persons  were
''jiiite prepared for tlicstartllhg revolutions of Monthly.    Ik will  H» re
mS*) t n he red   that,  iu   tile terms of
Union, Canada undertook to gimntn-
te'e  five per cent,   interest on one
hundred thousand j toil mis sterling—
the assumed cost of tile dock.    That
•tfriis the extant of  Caiuuhi's iloCR oV
ligntion.     Upon    that    Imijis   the
scheme did not appear to he practicable, nnd the Government set about
placing the guarantee upon nn evirtl-
able cash husis.    After several missions to Ottawa  and  London  and
almost    inUTiiiiliable   negotiation*!,
tlie country was informed  with a
great flourish of triitripets tliat UitniU
da hud consented to make an  actual
bush  contribution,  in  lieu  of   the
guarantee of interest, and that the
Imperial Government hud agreed to
contribute a liko sum; und that these
two  sums—live  hundred  thousand
Hollars—would  ho  amply sullicieut
to defray tho whulo expense of the
undertaking.    A scheme  for  b'llihl
ing the dock upon the basis of theso
two contributions was prepared and
laid   before  the   Legislature.   The
House hesitated, some of the members  (amongst    them    the present
writer) expressing grave doubt about
tlie ability of the Government to
complete tlio dock upon these terms,
lit d predicting that tHere vfns a Very
great  posslhilltj of  the  cost being
double the amount before the Government got through   with it.   Mr.
"Wulkcm stood up in bis place iu the
Housn and gave the  solemn pledge,
in  the Government that the dock
should not take a  dollar from, the
provincial treasury—that if it was
found that it cont'd not he built for
the Canadian and   Imperial cotiiri-
r,.  hutions it  would  not he gone on
ii   with.    Accepting that assuranci iu
good   faith,   the   House adopted tho
scheme and authorized the Govern-
It   iiient to go ahead.    How that pledge
|<   has been kept  is too well known to
1|  tlie country already.      Through a
I'    succession of the most unpardonable
I;   blunders on the part of the' Govern-
I    ment in  making   stupid contracts
uud stilt more stupid investments in
cement ami  the like,  the country
I    had been involved  to a  very large
auioiriit.    Nor has the frin measure
I;   of  these liabilities been ascertained.
V   One of the English'contracting firms
I)   is at the present m'oiunnt pressing a
claim  against  the  Government for
j heavy dath'ages; and,  from all  we
K can leurn there is a very strung probability  of their succeeding.    But
l thu   annnuiiceineiit   made   by the
■ Cliief   CoininiHsioner   ou   Monday
[ rounds off the long clm'ptur of u 111 c iu I
j bungling   and  folly.    In   1880 he
/had assured tl'c ■ f/cgi.shvfure that out
Shttudred tons ih'ore   ce'mVnit would
[isttlfice  to  tnWt nil  possible cbntiii-
incies.   'JVo years later he imtkes
V'tln* astounding Ktntetueiit that four
-Vhoumnd four hundred tons more
I
I]
I
VOLUME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882.
NUMBER 18
ctiiiwAt will he required/ Tlititr,
then', what was not to liuve cost the
province a* single dollar has already
involved it' Lo an extent possibly not
less tlinu tfle whole origiuul estimate
of the work ; and the work is little
more than begunt Already the
probable cost in rapidly approximating to the predicted nijillion. Nor is
the end yet. What guarantee is
there Hint the end qjTtbm expensive
blundering bus bhen Reached? Assuming that Canada will not withhold her contribution on account of
the work lieing so frigWrilly bungled,
what cereninty is thej-ethat the Imperial moiety shall he forthcoming?
It wits promised upon the express
condition that the work shall he
clone to the satisfaction of the Admiralty. Is there not an alarming
possibility of the Admiralty being
dissatisfied with the dock (if it is
ever coiifpltited), and the money with
held f In such an event the "white
elephant" would, indeed, drag Columbia down to bunkriiptey. Verily,
the outlook is anything but reassuring.  	
A Trump Flints His .sister.
Yesterday evening, about live o'clock,
a lady was called to tlio back door of
her house by a timid knock, She opened the door nnd an,old man naked for
Bomuthing to eat. The lady admitted
him in the house aud gave him a neat
at thu table with thu entire family.
After they were all seated at tlio table,
thu old man, who, by the way, whs
about sixty-live years of .'.ago, remarked
that hu was ctiiitiiloht that he had seen
hev before. Sho asked him \-?ut'e ho
thought ho had soen Iter, Tito old
n&tii was silent fur a short time, then
raising bin head1 hu asked if she ever
lived iii Ohio. The lady said that
she had. Then lie asked her if it was
iu Cleveland? The lady said that she
was born thero. Then tho old geti-
t Hiniktl ridkod? Ijei' if she Had & seal' on
her left ami tlftn vffls cifiiabd by a Burn?
The lady said sho had. Then she
asked his nilmo. The old man looked up with tears in his eyes and said!
"Euima, you don't know nm, do you?"
Thu lady arose from her chair and exclaimed: "Pray tell ineyour name."
He arose and started toward hor,
"Emma Jane, your own brother Howard." Ho next took some old papers
from his pocket and produced a photo-
t;niph of liia sister that wan taken whuu
le left his home in Ohio for the West.
He left Cleveland in lSiil for New
Mexico. After a stny of five years iu
New Mcxino ho Ifeft for California,
were ho was married. His wife died
fftitiu after their marriage. He was
then taken very ill, from which lie
never fully recovered, iind since then
he has been sick the most, of the time.
Mrs; H. left Cleveland In Jri7(> fur
Lawrence, Ks., nud she baii made tim
her ItonVeujJ to the present time,—"£fliy-
rence:, Ks,, Dispatch to KitiisUs City
Times.
A.  0.   U. W.
A IJ, M3SMBBE8 OT THE A\\OXK
J\ Order are hereby potilied tliat the
Regular Meeting, of Jicrtvor Lodge, No.
HI), ishel(Utthotjldfell6w.'s,i,Hall, Cohmi-
bia street, every Monday evening at 8
o'clock. so7    j
ARTHUR W.,8ULLIVAN,
DBALBlt   IN
UENERAL MEROHAIDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
sfUNf'E'S BRIIIGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THU ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open fur the accommodation of tho
Public, and tlie proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very best of Winks, LiQuoits and
ClcAfw will always he kept.
C.   MORTON.
July I, 1881. anil
BOOTS and SHOES
FIIOJI
Ieathoefs
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   TRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Cob
uniliia st., New Westminster.
FIRE INSURANgE.
Tho commercial traveller.of a Philadelphia house while iu Tennessee approached a stranger as lliu train was
about to start, and ultra; "Art* you
going on this train?'' "1 .mi." "Have
yon nny hnggagp?" "No." "Well,
my friend, you can do me a favor, iind
it won't, cost ytiti anything. Ymi see
I'vo got two musing liiy trunks, rend
they tviways uiako ine pny extra' price
for una of thein, You can yet mio
c'heckeU on your tieljtet, and we'll euchre tlicni. Hue.''' ."Yui, ). koc; hut
1 haven't■an*}* ticket." "Hot I tltought
jott said . n were guin^.uli ibis train?"
"Splain. J'm the conductor." "Ohl"
Ho paid extra as usual,
The danger <..'teu attending the Into
of a seemingly liniooenl tiuimal is forcibly shown in a case recently reported
in California. A man was bitten by
a rabbit, and nearly died in conae
ipience. Mis phynician, hardly believing that all the trouble proceeded
from the bite, which tvnsu mere scratch,
carefully examined the I'pper jaws of
several rabbits, and found in each a
hollow tooth containing a lluid so
deadly that two dropn nf it, administered hypoderiiiicatly. cunsed the death
of a lamb within an limir,
A CVKk von H^AiiAOHK, -What physician Kits ever dla'covereu a ciue for
hoadachp? Echo aliswors none, Hut
Burdock IJlood. Bitters, by their purifying, invigonitifig, nervine, properties
allord a cut*6_irt■, nearly every «oae. Tho
liettltli;giYhig'ip'niiciplcs nf 111% remedy
aro tui*»i|ualleil by any similar pieparation
in th4rwofltf.
Tirt SiiCKtST oV BMAUTV,—No cosmetic
iu the world can impart beauty to a face
that in disfigured by unsightly blotches
/rmhta from htipure blood, llurdock
BIo'iHi Brtters is tlie grand purifying
medicine for all humors of tho blood. It,
makes good blood and imparts tho bloom'
of health to the moat sallow complexion,
Citii.iti.AiNs.—These troublesome complaint* may bu speedily cured by Hagyard's Yellow Oil, tlie ithoiunatie' remedy, which, us an external application and
as an internal remedy Imn a n-hlet- range
of usefulness than any similar preparation in the world. All drugj-Uts' sell it,
2"t cents.
Brass Ait-u Scans are promptly cured
ns well ae till nosh wounds, grains,
bruises, callous lumps, soreness,' pain,
inflammation nnd all painful diseases;
by the great Rheumatic Remedy, Hair-
yavd's Yellow Ull. For external and
internal use.'   I'riee 25c.'
W LANCASHIRE
f Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, ■ £2,O0OjGO|) Sterling
Risks accepted at Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C. B30WN,
Agent for New Westminster!
Columbia St., New Westminster,
SELLING OFF!
GREAT BARGAINS!
THK 1'NTtnn STOCK Of
Furniture,   Pictures.   Mouldings,
Wall t'aper, and Umlnrtakcrs'
(ioods,
Iti;,the Store lately occupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for Goods whieh arc not on
hii'ml will he lilled from Viotorlu on short
notico,
For further partloulai*% apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, New Westminster, or to
J,   SI.'.Hl,,
Victoria; 11. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New WcStmihster, 0. C.
8.11V Viusa,   ki:v iiiriV-j;.   lid.-
hllliil. (I III lit V   1'KOIM»,
M1IWOIM Ml VltiC .1 It.
SLOWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repttiretl,    Mncltiiie
Nir Hi's for Sale.
I uilirellaH Memled, ami t'eiieriil Itepalr*
Intx lteitlly mine.
Aimuunition of all kinds. A full assortment of UO'loadlllg Tools, aiid everything
reijuired by a Sportsman. Riii.ks, Shot
diiss, lUvoLVKits, and Kisiitsu TACKLE
for sale. J*J4y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
EllPflV I IflllT
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils ol Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THK BEACON LIGHT hs
nn Oil uf High Test witli il light gravity,
wliiih iiiiikt's tlieUil :i protection iigiiiuet
uxploaion.
Olio Orillniirj' lliirncr nlvf's n (Brilliant)' '.'gin rqmil lo Ten t'liiullc
lilglltSl
lis mini' fa tint offbnslvi).   Tilt] Helicon
Light Ull is
FREE  FROM SMOKE & SMELL,
In point ot Kconomyi thu jjbnoou Light
Oil is
i,i:s.< i:vi'i:»»m: liltsi otiikii on.s.
The CoiioumoV liiirning oi\o light -for
I'Vuir Hours—will nut ooiiBnino uver Ono
Hill, or mil) thh'ty-8dodiitl part nl' a llnl-
Inn. whicli lines nut tax tin' Constifnf|r
mow than Two Cents for a whole night.
OPPKNHKIMUIi BROS.,
fat Solo Agouti, Viutoriii, II.C:
FEOU* STEBfcT.
W. B.  TOWNSEND,
PltOPItlBTOK.
THK VEB? BEST
BEEF, JIDTIOX, l'OIIK,
VEKET.tlllllS, AC,
CONSTANTLY   ON   HANI).
Families,  Hotels, etui Shipping slip-
plieil on reasonable wins.
Meat ilelivoreil frJPM   charge in tlie
City.
ffi.r Prices moderate.
Popular Market
COLUJIBIl  STKEET WEST.
W. J.  FRENCH,
PROPRIETOll.
/CONSTANTLY ON HAND, the Iarg-
V7   est aiul choicest assurtlncnt of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAM11, VEAL, TURKEYS, kc, In
season.
Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats
supplied at the lowest prices rind with
tins utmost cure.
New "Westminster, li. C. delO
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite llie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
rtilTK LA ROUST AND CHOICEST
JL    assortment of all inscriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Consta'ntly on luiml, nml snpplicil tu Families, Kcstaiirants, nml Steainboats at tiie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION*,
Books & Sheet Muiiic
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Asssortmeiit; from $^,"> to SUA,
—AT—
B.\a\ALL&CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(iOVKKXJIKXT Sl'ltKEI,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
l,iA.voi'oit'ri:&Oiu:AxTfNKit&.Ri;i'Aiiti:it
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
|>UIWUANT TO AN OUPIOR OF
1 tins Court, iiiiidti iu tho matter o£
the 15swto of Joiix Luwis, Into of tho
town of Yalo, docoa&Qtl, and iu a cause
liotweeti .Jamks Cami'iiki.i., plaintiff, and
I'ltAMi Ckottv and Geoiiok Stuart, do-
feudatlt§, tlm cmlitors of tlio said. Inns
LK\vrs :n« liy tlietneolvos, or their solioi-
tots, on or beiora tlio 17t!i day of April)
A. 1). 1882, to coinc in aiid prove tlieir
debts at the office of tlio Registrar of the
Supvomo Court) Jiuiicb Hay, Victoria, or
iu default tlierdof thoy will bu purotnp-
ttu-ily exohuted from tho boitcfit of tiie
baUI ordet'i
Miixn.w, t|io -Mtii hav oi Arun,, at
11 o'olook iu tin* forenoon, at .the snid
('huuihers, is appointed for heating mid
adjudicuthig upon tiie claiura.
Dated the Kith day of Kebntarv, A. D.
1882,
J, C. PffiBVOST,
Registinr.
DAVIE A POOLEY. Plnhiiff-i Solicitors
fel 8
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
mHE   UNDKRSIONKn'   HAS   FOR
1   snlo oiiTeasoualilo terms a few half-
bred Ayrshire.yearling IhilU, sited by the
thorotighbro'd Ayrshire Bull
Tlio dam's I't'ing elloiee   dniry cows.
A. S. VKDDKR,
jell SuVilas.
ROYAL  CETY
15 li,
IXiIMITHDi
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL IlKSUItlrTION.S OK—
Rough k Dressed Lumoer,
MOULDINCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning, Scroll-satvlini, Turning,  Slllllllllg,
Arid all kiiuls of WOOD-FINISHING,
executcil to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Managbu.
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMt'OnTEIlR AND DE.VI.EU5 IS
E
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C, &0..
'House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE.
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortiitreiit constantly ait baud, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tfmvare mmntfaotured ou the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
not -tnoou s skim; m ii ins*..
Xe\*  Hrstmlnsli'i*.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND CFET   i'dt'li
MONEY'S WORTH.
< 1'fl'j •■ 6 ,i!i fa ■ »'-»*1'C=..ATI.1>.
"WkKlfll I'lUlKIV
|1
■ ■•■V,^    Vi:i.rT>l
,'(*
'*'   .*« HL'IO.y rcromtnendcil
/•'ii In,-    JlUloiiHiir-iM,
?l\ Elrntl-Aclip, <'on-
-.JtiJl-J s*iiiiiilQii,liHllp;ri|r-
I till I net'-
, Dl&lttcsij Hciirtburn,
'Utltt   ■|.«S!*   (if Alt"
; niiidln'M Ion* of
unrlii l.horCnm-
i-i:^rriiiiiO\oS*oin-
pTtit Thoy aro safe,
ilrttetlon. FromitoS
Jr. PKB, BOX.
T)OOTS AND SHOP OF EVKKY
I ) description mado tu order, ami repaired, from nn
I N F ANT'S  SHOE
-TO    A —
MASTS    SOOT.
Tlio highest CASH inice[mill for 1I1IIKS
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Ori'OSlTl'. THE 11an;k.
imperial"
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'lf.
I QlbBlio*ADSt. and 111 Pall Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
iTlOH'TNSUKlNti HOUSKSA OTHER
J'   BtjtldlligSi QoodS) Wares, Meruhnn-
disdj Mftuufaoturing and Kurmiu^ Stock-,
Slilps in Port, Harbor or Dock, nml the
Cargoes of suoli Vessels; alsoj Ships build*
iiiL' and repairing, Raiyeti ami other Vos-
sols on navigable rivers und eauaU, uud
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain anil Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
mom miss on dam.mu: bv run;.
Sulmcrihed ami Invested Capital,
£1,(5(70,000 STG.
Hatpsof I'roiuium n.ml* r\,.«ry information cm he ohtaluetl on oppllcatlolli to
Wi .1. AllliSTIIONU,
Agwit for Now \Vi'»inii!»toi'.
Nil WSTMINSTER, B, C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
the wot mmm
IS PNDT5R THK OHARGK OK AN
EXPJSRIKNCKD ARTIST.
mHE UNDERSitGNEDBEGS LEAVE
L to .inuouncc to tho Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, wher
everything will he found fivst-elass, aud
at reasoiialiU rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apart
lUCItts are under the iHipei*iutendeuco
of' M'hs. Howison.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
, Ai Vrhatp Itradlnjr Room, com
niMious,, comfortably furnished, and
wdl supplied with hooks and papers, is
pmvideil for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wises, Liquoiuj, Ciqaiis, kc
j. w. HOWISON.
PitnnttETou.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
HTJKliAItD       INfcET.
XiMily Ttullt and \nvlj; Furnished
hai'LT and (o'n»« mIIdns.
fimM THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND,
Commands an unbroken view  of  that
lnnmiificeut sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Paoifid
Hallway.
SUITS    OV    K00.11S    l«tl    ELiriMIM.
. jT'7* Visitors and Tourists will iind it a
ipiiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will bo found t
he strictly moderate.
Good stnl'lingon tlie premises.
inSEPH   WAiMNION.
PnOPHlKTUIl,
ORO RESTAURANT
CII'il'MIIIA STKKKT.
NEW WESTMINSTER, E. C.
(ESTADI.ISHED lino.
rjlllIS WKI.I. KXllWX  AND MOST
L   coiivoiilontly locutetl ostfilillBluhoiii;,
bavinc liooii ptirclinaoil  liy tbo liniior
Bigiion, will Iil' oomluotod fia n KIHS'J'
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
i'nilrr tlio porsonnl sti*nerhiteiulonco of
Mia; D.ta<mm,
'■' ■■: tft .ilNi
llniiril ,y.Lqilglug npr Wook  SKI (HI
Bonnl illoiio porWook  .'■ 00
Singla Mollis     M
it:''Tlio Mnil Stub's lenvo this lloiisr
for lliii'i'iinl InKit twiuu u iliiy.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
Miiy li. 1881,
CITY   HOTEL
SEW WESTMINSTER
(Next  Door to  Public   Library),
COIil MIllA  STKKKT.
mill') rXliKKSlllXl'.DllMllS I.KAVH
.1. to amioimco to tlio Piililio tlmt shu
tiiis Irnsi'il tlio abovo lloh'l. jinil is pro:
paroil tn furnisli to tlio .rnviilliiiy L'liulio
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—AT—
REASONABLE   RATES,
rrlmlc liiiiinu' lioiims lor i.iulli's
iVlHl t'llllllllCS.
.,     MRS. BONSO.N,
sM M*»Hirm.
SUBSCRIBE
IjlOK TMK Itrlllsh ('uIilWli'laH. tiie
T    Newspaper on the Maiulam'l rif llrit-
i^li Columbltti   0\\\v .*,') a your.
Engine & Boiler for Sale,
(jlNfflKH ABOUT 12-HOKSK POW-
li   or.   Will be sold cheap.
DkBECK UKO.S. & CO.,
de28-te New Westiniiister, B.C.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
mm*: sui^riismk. has a kiln
1 of excellent, hrwk.s for sule cheap'.
Deliverv ;iiiywheiv.<
T. iloKAY.
Xew Westminster'.
June'24, IS^r. jn25
FOR SALE ORIeSSET
Riverside Farms MatsquiJ
IN  "WHOLE OK PART,
i-1()XTAl.\INC TIIKKJ-: HUNDKED
\ ' uores Dyked Jjnid, of whicli $H)acre8
eouhl easily l»e put iindor erop for next
season,
WITH WHAKF SO FKKT FBONT, atli
AMPLE I1AUX AMI OTIIEK     ,
BllUllMi    ACKMIMOUATIOK.
Apply to
, : G. Bl SWOED, ,
ocS ltiveraiilel
FAEM for SALE
rnHK UXDKHSUJXK]) OFFERS/OR
1 Ride, on the most lilreral terits, a
l-'arm of I4li aeres situated on Boundary
Bay, about 8 miles from Xew Weatmiii-
ster, and intersected hy the tnink wagon
rami. ,,        Lj     t
The principal jiirt of tfe Farm is rich
bottom land; twenty-live acres have been
cleared and partly fenced. There are
two springs of excellent water on the
property*; It is well adapted for dairy
purposes.
For particulars., upply hy letter, or
personally to
JOHN H. ROBINSON,
Xew Westminster.
JaMary'Srd, 188*2. jny4te
IFOR SALVOR LEASE.
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
1 . side or lease TWO FARMS ou
Lnlu.lsland, viz.:
Sccui'U'.,!") and part'of 10, Block 5
North, lUifMu it West,—containing 145
acres (partiaTly oleared and dyked), and
having a fro*mge of To eluiins on the
river; distance froi» New Westminster j
8 miles.
And part of Suction HI, Block 3 North,
Range 5 West,—containing over 100
acres, ami having a frontage of about 35
chains ou the river, and u large slough on
tlie west end of lot; distance from New
Westiniiister. 0 miles.
Apply to
"wm. ii. rowling; .
noii North Arm!
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE TOR
Church or Parlor.
Ari-OCTAVEMastm&Ham-
Hu Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, suh-basB, oetuvu coupler, vox hu-
irituia, grand organ, nml knee swell, 8
Btops. This iti-g.iu is now used in thu
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will \w sold for $160
cash, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON & CO.y
Stationers it Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
Tlio undersigned offers
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IX LOTS TO SVIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Mbural Terms nf I'aj Witt given to
llona IIde Settlor*..
TlVsii IjiiiiIh nro of I'XiTlleut quality,
mul n [*trg« imrtiuii of llidni in ready for
iin' pluiii'li.
C. Ii, SWORD,
tii'S liivcniiile.
OREGON PRINCE
W'll.l, STAND FOR SERVICE
VV iluring the season of 1882, on
the Farm of the undersigned, CliiUi-
wiiaek, ami at Langley, Lmluor's Landing, ami Maple Ridge.
Oukcon PuivcK was fraled in Oregon;
will be (l.yeawvld iu May; is u dappled
gray; states 1/,' hands high: weighs 11(73
Ihs. at present, will weigh about 188011 m.
during season; is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, nnd a powerful
liorsfl iu luirnes,i, Me wns sired by W,
Mycr's inipjiru.'.'! Peitihei-on — "White
I'-inee." •iDnRnoN PnrN'pit won second
prize- nt the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last NoveiuluT, ami is the largest home'
in the mainland of British CnlumhJ*V. t.
, TKRMS-SIO. *?I5. and $*20. PwticH
liuin a distance sending, mures Vj'.ill be
antitletl to free pasturage for one Uiouth.
R. STKVF.NSON,
jnyl-ltc Chilliwliaek.
r.t.Williams,
riOOK R]N1)EK, PAPER RULKR,
I > ami Illi.Vik Rook Muiuifitctm*er.
Maps and J)rawiiiB; Paper Mounted.
Files of Maga/ines, Tllusti*atod Papers)
to,,' neiilly ami cheaply Uotiml,
Oovcriimcnt Street* Victoria, u, IV NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Scotchmen Jno. Irving
Caledonian Society..J. A. Macdonalil
Special! (2) J. Ellard & Co.
flic gkitislt Columbian.
Siilunluj .llornlntt. .Ilurcli 4, lSS'J.
False Lights.
Some months ngo the local organ
of tho Provincial Government claimed tlmt Mi*. Walkem was entitled to
the gratitude of the people for having been the means of preventing
the railway lands being thrown on
the market, for, said the organ, these
hinds can be squatted on to fur greater advantage than they could be
acquired, if in the market; and even
quite recently tho same high authority has been laying it down as
amongst tho most important duties
of the representatives of this District to ice that the squatter's interests were properly cared for. Not a
word about having these lands placed
in the mark«t. That was a thing
not to be desired. Such a bold attempt to impose upon the people and
make them believe a grievance to be
a blessing for which they ought to
be grateful to tlia Government seems
to indicate what a very low estimate
the organ holds of the average public
intelligence. One would think it
must have occasioned it rather unpleasant reflections to find the newly
elected member for tins city rushing
into the House op tbo very day of
its opening with an address for returns of all coi respondence touching
these lands, i*i order to fix upon the
right shoulders the crime of keeping
thein out of the market so long.
Even his own model statesman of
Sumiis, in supporting the address,
spoke in the strongest terms of condemnation about the continued locking up of these binds, pointing out
the great injury caused, nnd sUtirg
that would be-settlers declined to
become squatters and hud, within
bis own personal knowledge, turned
away. For move than a year tbo
organ has opposed and ridiculed nil
the eflbris put forth by this journal
to have a steam ferry established on
the Fraser river opposite this city,
and yet it has just been seen that
petitions, praying for such a ferry to
be established upon the very basis so
often sketched out in these columns,
have been sent to the Governoy-in:
Council from every community on
both sides of the river, the City
Council even duplicating the application by adding its petition to that
of the citizens. It would indeed be
difficult to conceive of any matter
wherein popular opinion could be
more unanimously or pronouncedly
expressed. It would be impossible
for any journalist to receive a more
complete endorsement from the public than we have received in these
matters. It would be difficult for
any journal to have the seal of public disapprobation more distinctly set
upon it than has our contemporary
in these instances. And yet he bus
the audacity to set himself up us a
leader and exponent of public opinion | It is in accordance with the
eternal fitness of things that tbo
preient Government should have
just such organs.
Tlie Election.
On Thursday the poll! AVe lmvo
no fear of the result, in so far ns the
return of Mr. Homer is concerned.
That is morally cfirtain, The sober
sense of the consiituercy knows him
to bo tht best mnii, and there is a
very natural feeling that the large
and important Distiicfc of Now
Westminster bus no need to import
a man to represent it. It has within
itself men well able to represent it
at the federal capital — men whose
ability and reliability have been
tested, und whose substantial interests within the District constitute utl
additional guarantee for faithfulness
and zeal. Under these citcumsUu-
ces it is not strungo that there should
be a disinclination on the part of
this the Queen District to go to another constituency for a man to represent it in the Federnl Parliament.
But while feeling perfectly easy as to
the election of the local, homo candidate, we desire to urge upon elec-
torn the duty and importance of New
Westminster putting forth her full
voting Btrengtli upon the present occasion—sending her representative
to Ottawa backed up by the largest
vote that could be cast. To do this
will be to strengthen bis bands and
at tbe same time make tbo import-
ance of tbe constituency felt nt the
federal capital. The voting power
of this District is close upon one-
fourth of that of the entire Province.
But in order to make that power
felt, it must ho exerted. If, through
supineness, one half of the electors
stay at home on Thursday, anyone
can sec that tbe District must lose
just by so much, the prestige of its
voting power. It will therefore be
seen that considerations of patriotism
and self-interest, as well as self-respect, require that every voter should
make it his particular business to go
to tbe poll on Thursday next and
put in his paper with x opposite the
name of our own local, home candidate, sending him to Ottawa as the
emphatic, the nil but unanimous
choice of one thousand voters. The
choice should have been unanimous
and our representative should have
been nt Ottawa now; and it would
have been so had it not boen for the
discreditable wire-pulling of certain
selfish tricksters, who nre using the
imported candidate very much as the
fabled monkey used tbe unsuspecting
cat. But that piece of mischief is
done now, and it only remains for
the electors to counteract its ill
effects as far as possible. Let. no
one stay at home ou poliing day
upon the too common and often fatal
plea that bis vote can be spared, that
tbe candidate of his choice is sure of
election anyhow. One has us good
a right as another to stay at home,
and if all stayed nt home what would
bo the result] Every elector owos
it to the District und to himself to
exetcise his franchise on this important occasion. New Westminster expects that every man that
day will do his duty.
Editorial Notes.
In glancing over the tubulated expenditure of the four hundred thousand dollars forming tho provincial
revenue, the eye occasionally rests
upon a figure calculated to explain
where the money L-nt-3. Amongst the
larger items is tlmt for ihe administration of justice, which has increased
nearly fifty per cent, since- 1879,
and now stands at $73,753.01. This
is surely au excessive sum to pay
every year for justice, and such justice!
In the hands of Mr. Walkem justice
lias appreciated about fifty percent,
in price, and it has depreciated fully
as much in quality. Tho expense
of civil government has boen creeping up, too, although not quite in tho
same ratio. They have cunningly
kept tho dry dock waste out of sight,
but thero is too much reason for apprehending that it will make a terrible
hole in this year's revenue. And
then one comes across such items as
this: "Hon. A. DeCosmos, advance as
Special Agent §3.500." This, bo it
rememherud, is iu the fiscal year ending uO'ih June last, and as it appears
under tho heed of "Over-expended,"
it follows that there was more. How
much more ? Aud how much has
tliat "Special Agent" cost the country
since ? Tho taxpayers may never
know.
Some time ago there appeared to be
almost an absolute certainty of the
Dominion Parliament being dissolved
at the end of tho present session, thus
involving a general election next summer. Later exchanges would, how-
over, soem to indicate a possible change
of policy in that respect, The Opposition press claims tliat this ohango is
tho result of tho exposure of Ministerial intentions—that tho game of
springing an election on the country
this spring has been spoiled by premature exposure, and that it has, in consequence, been abandoned, or most
probably abandoned. How the change
has been brought about concerns us
less than the fact itself. Assuming
that the general election will not take
place till the summer of 1883, it will
be seen that Iho by-election now in
progress here is a much more important
metier than it would have been upon
tho hypothesis of earlier dissolution.
In tho former event our representative will have the whole session of
18!i3 and tho possible fag end of tiie
present ono to serve. In tho later
event he would only bava the chance
of the fug ond of Ihe presout session
lo look to. From this seeming change
in the programme of the Dominion
Government we argue increased importance of tho present contest, and
additional reasons for sending Mr,
Homer to Ottawa by such a thumping
majority as shall strengthen Ins hands
in pressing upon the attention of the
Government the various and important interests of this District which he
so thoroughly understands, during the
two years that he will havo to serve.
Let the electors remember, therefore,
that it is, in all probability, not for
tlio more ponlble fag end of the present session, but for the full session of
1883 as well, that they are now called
upon to choose a representative.
NO.TIOB.
T INTEND AT THK NEXT SIT-
1 ting of the Licensing Court held for
the City of New Westminster to apply
for a License to sell Liquors by retail nt
the Eagle Hotel, Front street, New
Westminster,
mill HENRY V. EDMONDS.
SCOTCHMEI!
ATOU ARK HEREBY REQUESTED
X to meet at the Colonial Hotel at
8 o'clock on Monday EvENnfa, 27m
ixst., for the purpose of organizing a
National Society upon a broad and per-
inuuciit basis.
By request,
JNO.  IRVING.
New Westminster,
March 3, 18S2. mli4
MAINLAND
Caledonian Society!
A   SPECIAL MEETING FOR UK-
l\   gent business will be belli nt the
Colonial Hotel, in thin City, on Monday
the 27tii inst., at 7 p. in. sharp.
J. A. MAODONALD,
Secretary.
New West., March 3,18S2. mli4
"DTOTIOE.
NOTICK m HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Licensing Board for the City
of New Westminster will meet nt the
Council Clmmliors on THURSDAY Tim
10th MARCH.
JAMES OUR, C. M. C.
New Westniiustcr, Fob, 'J8, 1882.     mhl
15,000 Shakes Wanted
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
hy tlio undersigned till SATURDAY NEXT, 4th inst., for Fifteen thousand good cedar Shakes, to he delivered
on the hank of the Eraser, within live
miles of this citv.
IT. HOY.
New Westminster,
Feb. 28,   1SS2. mhl
Who says that times arc dull? R. W.
Deane k Co. havo now NISK assistants In
their establishment, aud all are kept
busy. *
**3* Leave your order for Sheet Music
and Music Books at T. R. Pearson & Co,'a
-Any.
UOTICE..
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1\ that I intend to apply to tho
Licensing Court, ut its next sitting, for a
License to sell spirituous and fermented
Liquors liy retail on the premises about
to he erected ou the south-east corner of
Columbia and -Mary streets, and to
ho known and designated as the COSMOPOLITAN Hotel.
L. GOLD.
New Westminster,
February, 28, 1SS2. mhl
H. W. HUGHES,
; Book Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
■A-O-tEasnT   FOB
Toronto Weekly Mflll $1 on
. I 00
  1 ou
  1 10
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liwrO
,ni||,j...
Adv*
Free I'n
N. V. Uurnld, YfolM, Sun, ite i IU
Sim Kiiinri-cllulMin   « :,u
llflrptr'a Mag-it! m-1 W#i-kiv. r-iHi 1 m>
Kniiik l,.'slii.*>. hil.iirtiiiinmit I'utjIMier't I'rlcM,
opii. Qtunrid'i Lift ,$:i ou tu j:* .mi
Gltenii'i Life  •' fill
And iiiiv nttior pn*ieii or Mngnxtiiea of [mitorlnncii
in Onntdn or in l lie United Sin ten. Tin. itulh-tin
K-ndi Him: ii l>ii nf mdf-nnd jiltnlx, viaililont tlm
Kuclituilo'iltiltltiilo, Tha abovo nro all IftreiUl
tlio initio pilcoi clmrprd l>y publisher!, f» lliu
lOOtltryou apply tin- mtntier'tlie pajiiii' will ai'i'ivu.
Addrua, ni once.
JlKXItVW. IIUQHBS, ArmiI,
mhl Now Westminster, U. 0.
Bt'r A petit fn' ll«n,i,v'n Plnuo-* und nrgim*,
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
pECS TO INFORM HIS NUMEH-
I ) Oils patrons that he has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Wlice will lie found, as usual, a com
pleto assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a line line of
Dry Goods Vents' Furiiislilim
(ioods, &c.i At..
Wliich will be sold at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their oust
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of the same. mhl
FOR   SALE:
mllKEE   YOKE    GOOD,    HEAVY
1    Work Uxt-Il.   All will trained.
For terms und particulars apply to
WM. McKEE,
Feb. U, 18S2.     (folS)    Boundary Bay.
DCMEWON ELECTION.
Now Westminster   Electoral
District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that Neil McLi'Nnax of Yale,
.Saloon Keeper, has lieen appointed the
Agent for John McLhxsan, one of the
Candidates for Election to the House of
Commons of Canada now pending for
said Electoral District.
Hated Fehruary 13,1882.
JAMES  MOH1USON,
felo Returning Officer.
DOMINION ELECTION,
New Westminster
District.
Electoral
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
i\ that Joseph Ohaiu.ks Aumstuonyi
of the City of New Westminster, Insurance Agent, has boon appointed the
Agent for Joshua Attwoou Reynolds
HoMKit, one of the Candidates for Election to the House of Commons of Canada
now pending for said Electoral District.
Dated February lit, 1882.
JAMES  MORRISON,
foil) Returning Officer.
GOLLEGATE AND
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
RE-OPENSJAN. 9:1882
VISITORS I
Ekvs. R. JAMESON and C. WATSON.
INSTRUCTORS!
II. II. STRAMHKUO, li. A„ I'uixoir.iL,
ami Governor of Boys.' Home;
Miss S. J. WHITE, M. E. I,., Vien-1'niN-
cii'Ai., and Governess of Girls' Homo;
LOFTUS Ii. MoKNES, M. I)., (Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene);
Mrs. D. ROIISON, (Vocal Culture and
tlie Art of Singing);
SERGT.rMAJOR McMORPHY, (Military Drill).
MANAGERS—Messrs. W. .1. Aiui-
sruns'ii, M. P, P., (President), .1. S.
Cu'tk, C. G, Majoii, K. Ruiison, (Sec).
Instruction Thorough.   Terms Moderate.
"city lots
FOR   SALE.
WANTED:
FROM ONE TO EIGHT HEIFERS,
in calf, for which cash will lie paid.
Address T. E. KITCHEN, Occident
Hotel, New Westminster, to March Oth,
afterwords at Chilliwhack. fe'Jo
NOTICE,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to apply to the Licensing
Court, at its next sitting, for a license to
sell spirituous and fei ineuied liipiors hy
retail on the premises known as tho
Coi.oxial Hotel, Columbia Street, Now
Westminster.
JOHN K. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Feb. 17, 1882.    fel8
SEEDS
1882,
FRESH AND RELIABLE.
Sont  by  Mail  to  all   parts of the
North- Wosl.
CATALonuES fm to nil Applicants,
ROBERT EVANS & CO.,
Seed Mot'olinnts,
fc25 Hamilton, Canada.
P11E
L Valuable Property in the City und
District of New Westminster:—
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 and 8, block 17< corner of Morro-
vale and Columbia streets. There is a
good House on these lots nnd a Garden
very lately laid out and iu good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot fl, Mock 18, on Columbia street.
An excellent House; good tenant; and iu
thorough rcpuir.
LOT  THREE.
Lots a and fl, block 1", on Merrcvale
street. The best site iu the eity for a
residence} thoroughly cleared! well
fenced; nu excellent Orchtird iu full
hearing, and a fine spring of tlm very
host water.
In tlie District:
LOT POUR.
On False Creek trail—known ns the
Hazolwood Estate—300 acres. The road
passes through a portion of it, find at an
outlay of one hundred dollars inn to 200
acres may be brought Into cultivation
this year. There is a small House on
this lot, situated half way between this
city aud Granville,
LOT FIVE.
On the Burrard Inlet road—Joins Mr,
Nicholson's lot; covered with magnificent
timber; distance from this eity only three
miles; I iii I acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. fl, block 5 N„ R. 1 West, nearly
opposite Douglas Island,, on the left huiilt
of the I'Ynser river—100 acres,
LOT   SEVEN.
Lot 77, groan 1—head of llurnaby hike;
vory good land; 100 acres.
LOT   EIGHT.
Lot 82—west of small hike, Inlet road
Kill acres very superior laud.
LOT   NINE.
Lot 167—right bank North Arm—third
lot from thu city; 100 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 29, 30( and 32-r-480 acres; J*
mile from Boundary Hay; tine timber
and fine situation for a logging camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section $5, Township 3,
LOT TWELVE.
Sec, 20, block 14 North, Range !J
West.
Any of the above property will ho sold
olienpund on easy terms. For particulars apply lo the owner,
JAMES MORRISON,
ja'Jij-lm        Columbia st., New West,
1862.  1882.
DIBEOT
IMPORTERS
To All Whom it May
Concern:
R. W. I). & Co.. of
Columbia Street, New Westminster, bpg leave to inform
the public generally of the
following facts :
That they do not intend
adopting any fancy name for
their place of Business ;
That the name of the Firm
iu known throughout the
Province, as the cheapest on
the Mainland;
That this fact alone secures
them a gojd trade ;
That they intend it shall
always retain this reputation ;
That they do not claim to
lie the largest House on the
Mainland ;
Thai the largest Houses
do not always do the most
business;
That R. W, D. & CO.
employ more hands than any
other House of Business in
the City;
That although this is the
dull season of the year their
Dressmaking and Tailoring
Departments are working to
their utmost capacity. The
reason for this is not hard to
find—we give good mat rial,
tho best work, at bottom
prices.
If you want good Dry
Goods, at low prices,
go to It. W. Deane & Co.
If  you  want   Men's  and
Boy's Clothing,
cheap, go to R.W. Deane
& Co.
if you vant Furnishing
Goods, at bottom prices, go to 1! W. Deano
& Co.
If you want a Good Suit,
made in style, go to R.
W. Deane '& Co.
if you want Dress-making, in the latest styles,
go to R. W. Deane & Co.
If you want a good Sewing
Machine (best made),
go to ft; W. Deane & Co.,
Agents.
If you want your life insured, at low rates, go
to K. W. Deane & Co.,
Agents.
If you want your Goods
auctioned, at small
commission, go to R. W.
Deane & Co., Auctioneers.
If you want Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Win-
dows, Doors,
Rope, Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, Powder, Shot,
&c, &c.—anything—go
to R. W Deane & Co.
If we have not got it
ourselves, we will purchase it lor you.
Don't forget the address,
R.W. DEANE & CO.
COLUMBIA ST.,
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
BROTHERS,
is
IMPORTERS &
WHOLESALE
-DEALERS  IN—
GROCERIES
 .A. WD	
IfOVISlONS,
WHARF STRF.ET,
VICTOEIA, B.C.
Having established Business in tho above
Lints and hy
REGENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We two proparcd to fill nnlrrs to the
Trade in the following Good's:
TEAS,
COFFEES,  -
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
1861.  1882.
LARD,
CODFISH
MACKEREL,
Candles, nice, Syrup, Clicese,
Dried trulls, Canned (Jowls,
Vinegar. Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
B'AHS,
BR 0MS,
WRAPPING PAFER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in tho Grocery.anil
Provision Line.
THE
COLUMBIA
n.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables ns to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly; We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to ihe front, making
it, as it lias been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete tliat we
can lill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
I.MFORTEli.
N. B.—Our "Ladies' Journal," full of interesting news,
and the latest fashions, for
month of February, is now
ready for free distribution,
R. W. D. & Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Ih called to the uwdernoted floods, on
whieh the most LIBERAL INDUCE-
MENU'S will he offered to tho
Trade, aa wo are
SOLE
Agents for BrittColuilria
G00DASG0UIBIKIXG POWDLB
The Best ami Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and Puro.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Iking  the Largest Size and Beat
Tohaoco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TIIE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
New West., Feb. 8,1883
full
Uc More Leaky Roofs I
1IIII11B
ROOFING,
THE BEST, CHEAPEST, aud
MOST Dl'UAULE K00F.
SUITABLE FOB ALL CLIMATES
and ALL SKASONS.
I, the undersigned,
having made arrangements with the
Victoria Asphaltum
Works, as Agent,
am now prepared to
execute all orders
for the same at reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P.   FRY. : flu British Colutiibi.m.
snniniiiy BUernliiKi Miireli 4, ISM.
PASSBNGK.RS.
1'or uton-iinr PH1XOKS8 LOOT8K, from VleHirin,
Murdi il—Itcv Mr Blieltlmi, Mown M UiikIIhIi,
Wnlsli, Kiyi', llurniluiln, T l-mliiLT, lliur, Cini|i-
licll, I'W'iulliiiniH, J II Toihli Krn/er, Windsor,
HWTlciuic, lilttliiy, Hornstt'ln, llnriiiotl.
Hon. Mr. Justice Gray has boon un-
', well.
H. B. Co.'s shares lire rising etill
higher in London.
Official return*) placo the Manitoba
immigration last year at '28,011.
| The exports and imports of Australasia amount to $430,000,000.
The customs duties collected at Victoria hist month amounted to 832.055.
I Tho cement scandal Is br-iny investi-
| gated. It is oxpected to last a fort-
:  night.
The British American Canning Com-
' pany aro pushing on thoir buildings at
i  Canoo Pass.
I      On the 1st inst.  Professor J. W.
| Heere, of Oakland, waa killed by t
passenger train.
The Thrasher case Btill occupies the
Full Court. The argument* were expected to close yesterday.
Victoria appears to be thoroughly
in earnest on tbe subject of cloving
liquor saloons an Sunday.
There is a probability nf steamboat
navigation between this city and Vale
i being resumed next week.
\ Tho steamship Elder, which sailed
I from Sim Francisco for Victoria on the
1 28th ult. bad 180 passengers.
It is rumored that the Syndicate ii
about to purchase land from the Hud
son's Bay Company in Manitoba.
iW Oo to Jas. Ellard k Co. for tho
new Twilled Wrapper Goods and cheap
Dress Goods—splendid value.   Call and
. shamble. *
|   Tho  steamer Ada, Capt.   lingers,
1 cottirnod from Nanaimo on Thursday,
i with a numher of passengers and a
cargo of coal.
The Globe deprecates the possible
\consequences of  over speculation in
I the North-west, and wisely raises a
.warning voice.
Mr. Marcus Wolfe, Innc and favnr-
; ably  known  on tbo  Mainland, has
become a partner ot Mr. Mayer, mor-
- shallt at Nanaimo.
1    Tho remains of Mr. D. Woodward's
i childj South Ann, were brought up to
! this olty tin Thursday and interred iu
the cemetery ut Sap per ton.
Mrs, Dowdney and Mrs. Biivnaul
occupied seats on the flnoj* of the
House nt the npeninsof the Dominion
I Parliament on the Dili ult.
Senator Mclnnes, nf British Columbia, mnved the address in reply tn the
speech from the tlmme in the Canadian Senate, on the lOfcli ult.
The Messrs. Innes Brothel's return-
' cd from Niumiino on Thursday. Tliey
express theinselves satisfied with Nanaimo as a market for farm produce.
i    It i" said that the dock Engineer
'(Mr. Bennett) is confident of his ability In set himself right before the committee, in respect of tho cowardly iiu-
. potations of the First Minister.
'. Beforo tlm Cement. Scandal Oom-
: mittoe, Mr. Walkem is acting as coun-
■'sel for the Government, while Messrs.
)'• Davie A. Pooley arid Mr. Theodtire
Duvie appear for tho Gimiiiion wealth,
}' The steamer Enterprise, baying.un*
.dergnne a  thorough uvui'lni tiling, will
rusmno Iter placo on tlie route between
i here anil Victoria next week. We Itopo
the will make hotter time than former;
y*
I Tho Legislature was in session on
Tuesday, but nothing of importance
vas done. Mr. Aroistrony's Chinese
osolotion passed, but nobody seems
r o  expect  it  to   bear any practical
> ruit.
i The prize fight which took plitce on
'■, he 7th ult. at Mississippi City, be-
3 ween Sullivan and Hynn, is described
a sanguinary ullair. Sullivan
Knocked llyau out of timo ou tho
tinili round.
i Mr. John Hammond, of Maple
Mclffe, shoton PiltMeadows.tustweek,
ft, wild swan (a trumpeter) whicli mea-
I tired from tip to tip of the wings 8
cet 0 inches, aud from the beak lo
I he tail 5 feet 6 inches.
The frame building which formerly
Stood next to the Colonial Hotel, and
; I'hich was recently moved lift tho east
' oruor of tho lot, is being niutamor-
ijmnsod into two very sightly looking
/torus with modern fronts.
; Mr. D. Qppenheimor, of tho well
known Hrm of Oppeuheimer Bros.,
(ins been iu this city, taking orders
'or  that  wonderful   111uminailt,   the
jflacon Light Coal Oil.    Ho visited
Inrrard Inlet on Thursday.
I Piusts! PitIHT8I—Just received at
}'ofi, Ellard k Co.'s, 100 pieces of now
I oiil fashionable Prints, suitable for spn.ig
i iiid summer. *
 +.
A Possiiilk Conflict.—The Licen-
j ing Board niee.s ou the 15th insi.   If
I, he County Court meets on that duy,
r ho Licensing Board will be adjourned.
♦ —
Winnipeg,- Two years ago it was
■|i more village.   Now it is called the
/'Hub" of the  Dominion.     It  has
j.bout  twenty-five   thousand population   and  one  hundred  real  estate
1, lliees in full blast.
* The Colonial Hotel. — Tho now
Proprietors took possession on the 1st
fast., and have a strong force of mo-
Utanels at work, milking Important
inproTcmiMits and preparing for opon-
lig tho promises at nn early date.
t Aoents.-~Iii addition to those al-
ftjuily announcod, Mr, Homer lina
mpolnto'd the following Agents :—
Kliir.'.vliack, A. C. Wolls, Esq., J.
Vipp, Esq.; Sttmas, Goo. Ohadsey,
|.sq.; Ij'iugloy,J. Mackio, Esq.; Mats-
Un, C B. Sword, Esq.; Maple Ridge,
1} McKinuoy, Esq., F. Haiiey, Esq
Federal Revenue —In the House
of Commons on tho 15th ult., Hon.
Mr. Bowcll stated that the customs
duties collected in British Columbia
last year amounted to §1)04,1535, excise, $40,355; bill stamps, §1,187.50;
from other sources, including weights
and measures, Postoliice Department,
etc., $20,039;
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New Brass Band.—It affords us
great pleasure to announce tho formation of a Brass Band, iu connection
with the Now Westminster Hi Ilea.
Mr.' P. Brandon is Master and Mr.
W. Turnbull Sorgoant. Capt. Irving
has, with his usual generosity and
public spirit, placed his complete set
of instruments at their disposal,
Cannery Bought.—The British Columbia Packing Company, of which F.
C. Reed is president and \). C. Ireland
secretary, have recently bought !ho
salmon cannery of Finlaysim it Burn.'
on Fraser river, three miles below Now
Westminster. Mr. Ireland will leave
in a few weeks for Fraser river to
superintend tho cannery during thu
coming season.—Oregonian.
 *+-	
Police Court.—On Thursday four
Indians were brought up before thu
Police Magistrate for being drunk and
disorderly. Three of them were subjected to tho usual fine. Tbe fourth,
owing to the Constable's certificate of
character, was sent to gaol for one
month. Tho Magistrate instructed the
Constable to use his best efforts to
secure the party who supplied liquor
to these Indians.
 .*.	
The Census.—In the House of Commons, on tho 15th ult., Hon. Mr. Pope
said that the total population of British Columhia was 49,457. The population of New Westminster. 15,417;
Cariboo, 7,550; Yale, 9,200; Victoria.
7,301: and Vancouver, 0,991. OF
Chinese there were 4,320; Indiana,
25,701; others 10,408. Mnlfcd, 29,503;
females, 19,950. Tlie proportion oF
adults could not be ascertained.
INCORRECT.— The Victoria Standard
publishes a statement showing Ihe
customs duties per capita paid by the
several province**, in which Columbia
stands highest, being §0 99. This is
obviously top low, lUel'iHiim; iho
duty contrihutiu'.tpopnlal inn at 30.000,
it would, at glO per head, niilv make
a total customs revenhe of 8300.000,
or ooiisiderah'y Iphs than onn-half of
what Columbia really contributes.
Probably §20 a head would not he any
too high.
 4.	
TilB "White Elbphant.1' — The
Colonist says:—"The dock in the bands
of the present government will cost
at, least 81,000,000. $500,000 of which
will have tn he found by the province."
Wo have not tho slightest doubt of it.
But if it were quite certain that tlie
expense were finally to slop there, the
case wouldn't ho so hopeless. Perhaps Iho most alarming feature is the
probability of this "white elephant"
beiii'j a perpetual bill of expense,
requiring a large vote every yetr for
maintenance.
List ok Voteks.— According to the
pnhlished List of Voters laid on the
table of the Legislature on Monday,
tho number of voters registered up to
September lust was 4,780—-not 4,700,
as erroneously stated oti Wednesday,
Following are the numbers in the
various Electoral District'st—Victoria,
1093; Esquimalt, 170; Victoria District, '2(14; Nanaimo, 553; New Westminster oily, 257; Now Westminster
District, 704; Vulo, 510; Lillooot, 100;
Cariboo, 512; Cassitir, 135; Kootenay,
30; OowhliYri, 243; Coniox. 99.
Scotch Societies.—The preliminary
meeting, called by Capt. Irving, nt ihe
olliee of the Pioneer Lino, on Thursday night, was numerously atleuded.
Mr. George Black, of Granville, was
voted to the Chair and Mr, Writ. Rosa
was appointed Secretary. It was explained by Capt. Irving that ihe object of tlie meeting was to consider
iho advisability <<f reorganizing iho
Caledonian Society mid tho St, Andrew's Sooioty as one upon a broader
basis, The general feeling being in
favor-uf such astep, a restitution was
unanimously passed, authorizing a
meeting fo In called on the 27th inst.
for that purpose, iind the oHicera of tlie
Caledonian Society who wero present
agreed to call a meeting of tint Society, to lake place at an earlier hour
on tlio same day. with a view to the
transaction of business preparatory to
amalgamation, After n vote of (hanks
to Capt. Irving for the Initiatory slops
he had taken iu the mat ter, and another
lo tbe Chairman, the meeting adjourned.
A rumidlaii HUzwd.
Ottawa, Feb. 21.—A blizzard struck
tho city to-day. Tho snow is a foot
deep and the roads are impsssablo.
Toronto, Ontario; Feb. 21.—Reports from all over Canada report the
most severe Btorm of the season last
night and to-day. Snow fell to a depth
of from six inches to two feet.
Attempt tn Assassinate the
Queen!
London, March 1st.—0:30 p. m.—
A press association dispatch says that
Queen Victoria was fired at while at
the Windsor railway station to-day.
Sho escaped unhurt,
London, March 2.—The miscreant
gives Ins name its Roderick Maclean.
He was with difficulty rescued from
tho crowd. Tlio Queen arrived at
Windsor about 5:25. She had boen
in London since Tuesday where she
gavo a drawingroom on Wednesday
in honor of the Princess Helena of
Wahtock, who is to marry Prince
Leopold. A crowd assembled at Buckingham Pahteo this morning in the
hopo of Booing the Queen drive out.
The demeanor of tho people was cordial as usual.
tW If you want a first-class Piano or
Organ, go to T. It. Pearson k Co.'s. Thu
best Pianos for the money in tho Province—Anv,
Vital Statistics.
The annual report nf births, deaths,
and marriages for tho past year is before us, and we must first of nil compliment the Registrar-General upon
his success in presenting in a conciso
form a large amount of interesting information. It should be explained
that theso returns cover tbe year 1880.
There wero 203 births, against 223 during the previtniB year; 94 marriages
against, 135 during tho previous year;
and 170 deaths against 134 during the
previous year. Of tho births, 137
were malt's and 1215 were females. Of
the marriages, Victoria came in for
40, New West minster 24, and Nanaimo
10, Tho oldest bride was 47; the
youngest 14. The oldest bridegroom
50; tbo youngest 20. An interesting
analytical statement is presented,showing how these marriages were distributed amongst the religious denominations, and the intermarrying amongst
tlio same. There are also very full
tables showing the circumstances and
causes of death, for which wo would
be glad if we could find room. The
Itogistrar-Gonoral has certainly succeeded in compressing into eight pages
a wonderful amount of interesting and
useful information.
Tlie Election <'ainpalgn.
On Tuesday afternoon, n meeting of
tho electors took place at the Langley
Prairie School-house. Robert McKee,
Esq., whs voted to tho Chair. Both
Mr. Homer and Mr. McLennan addressed the meeting, the former with
good elFect. In the evening a similar
meeting was held at Langley proper,
presided over by R. H, Holding, Esq.,
and addrosseu by both candidates. On
the following day, a meeting took
place at Maple Ridge, Geo. Howison,
Esq., Reeve of tho Municipality, in
thu Chair. There wero quite a number of electors present, and they gave
both candidates an attontiye hearing.
Mr. Homer feeis very much encouraged and there is ovary reason for
believing that he will receive a very
large majority of the votes iu tlie precincts visited so far. Indeed, it would
be passing strange if it wore otherwise.
On Monday next, Mr, Homer will
meet the electors of Nortii Arm, at
the Town Hall, at 7 o'clock in the
evening. On Tuesday lie will meet
the electors of Granville, at 7 o'clock
iu the evening, and oil Wednesday he
will meet those of Moodyville at tho
same hour, aud this will, it is to bo
presumed) complete the campaign,
0iirMin.cs.
The Rrport for 1831. is before us.
It contains a good deal of interesting
information in conveniently tabulated
form. Lost year's yield of the gold
mines exported through the Banks
was §872,281, showing an increase
over the previous year of §27,000,
Inasmuch us the whole of the gold
taken out could not possibly have been
exported through the Banks, the Minister has computed the total yield at a
round million—it low estimate, we
should imagine. The known amounts
are distributed ns follows: Cariboo,
8520,707; Casslar, $108,900; Lillooet,
£07,184: Yale, §20,500; Kootenay,
§25,000; Ominei'ii. 830,300. The average number of minora employed during the season is put down at 004 white
mtin and 1,204 Chinamen. There is
also a schedule exhibiting the yield of
our gold mines front 1858 to 1881 inclusive, the loli'l amount being §40,-
187,020. Tho Minister has riot succeeded in presenting tho result of coalmining in quite such a concise form.
The total output is sot down at 228,-
000 tons, being exactly 40,000 loss
than in the previous year. Of that
181,000 tons was from the Wellington
collieries, rnd 47,000 from thu Nuu'ii-
mo collieries. The former employed
201 whiles and 280 Cbineso, and the
latter 100 whites, bo Chinese, aud 17
Indians, making tho combined working
force of tho coal mines 810. The
Minister docs not appear to have
placed an export value upon tho coal.
It would pvol-ably not be much out uf
the way to estimate it-at $4 per ton,
which would p'aco the value of the
coal mined last year at$912,0Q0. The
value of the plant in the Nanaimo
collieries is set down at $115,000. and
tliat of Wellington at §245,000;—total,
§01)0,000. It is a very ^ratifying feature of the report uu coal mining that
there was au unusual immunity from
fatal accidents during thu year, only
ono being recorded. But one extremely
unsatisfactory featuro of the report is
that of the total population engaged
in gold and coal mining in (his province, 1,555, or considerably moro
ihmi one-half, aro Chinese. Tlmt unwelcome, undesirable aleinetit is slowly
but surely working its way to the front
iu our principal industries.
 ^_	
Public School Kenorl.
The tenth annual report of the public schools of this province reached our
sanctum on Tuesday evening. Wo
have perused it carefully and find it
contains the usual amount of statislics
relative to the attendance, cxpendi-
tuie, visits, etc. These returns are
well arranged and oonlain a lai'£e
amount of information, Total cost
forthe year ending June 30,1881:-—
§49,846.07; nuiuborof pupils enrolled,
2,571; average attendance:—1,300.80.
There are 48 districts, and 58 touchers.
From Sept., 1878. to Jan., 1881, thoro
woro 15 applications for increase of
teachers or better accommodation; five
of these were granted, two referred to
trustees, and the remainder aro still in
abeyance. We notico that our own
trustees have made quite a number of
applications, tho majority of which
have not been granted. None of tho
applications are unreasonable, and wo
should liko to know why something
lias not I mon done. The text-books
authorized remain substantially the
same us thoy woro in former years,
and wo are told that the majority of
them are on tho Ontario Public School
series, From somo recent editorials
In tho Toronto Mail wo infer that
those text-books are not giving general satisfaction thure, and wo belicvo
numv of them aro not suitable for our
schools. The special reports on district schools are very short, but eon-
tain all nocessary information. Tho
remainder of tho report is essentially
the same as that of previous years.
Thero aro no suggestions for improvements, and we may therefore believe
that our schools can lie safely trusted
to take caro of themselves, In looking over the salaries we notice that
some of tbe best positions are filled by
parties holding low certificates, while
good teachers have been sent to take
charge of third-rate schools. Such
things should not, be. The trustees
are to blame for this. Good teachers
should havo the highest wages, while
(hose with inferior certificates should
bo content to take schools suited to
their abilities, We know there are
many faults in our school system, but
let us try.to remedy some of tho most
glaring. Let us have suitable books,
able teachers (who can be obtained
without much trouble), and proper
inspection. We have good 'material
to work upon, for our children are not
deficient in brains, and with proper
machinery and competent engineers
good results must follow. There is
another feature of the report respecting which we shall have moie to say
hereafter,
City Council.
The Council met on Thursday evening. Present—His "Worship the Mayor, and Councillors Elliott, Haslem,
Curtis, Webster, and Johnston.
COMMUNICATIONS.
From Mary Jane Nickles, asking
for renewal of license for Pony saloon.
Laid on table.
From P. Jackman, notifying that he
will apply for transfer of Grotto biiI-
oou license to Thoin.iB Sin*.
From W. J. French, asking permission to use part of Columbia street,
opposite the "Popular Market" for
building purposes.
From Robert Law, asking for use
of water frontage opposite his foun-
dery for purposes of repairing heavy
steamboat machinery, &0. Consideration deforred.
Tho Clerk was instructed to forward
(o the city member the resolutions on
amendments to Municipal Act.
The committee appointed to negotiate for city solicitor obtained further
time.
Tiie committee on provincial Exhibition obtained further time.
Council adjourned till Monday.
BY   TELEGRAPH!
EXCLUSIVE DESPATCHES to the COLUMBIAN.
Si-knob's BilinaK, March 3.—About
noon yesterday, foreman John Kerrigan, working three miles south of
Spunce's Bridge, whilst springing a
hole with giant, powder, was burnt on
faco and hands. Ho wits promptly
moved hero. Mo will most likely he
able to bo about iu a few days.
Yai.e, March 3.—A. H. Cameron, a
carpenter working on the steamer, on
Wednesday last got struck on tbe head
by a plank Hying back, which resulted
in iu juries that obliged his removal to
the hospital; no fractures reported.
The giant powder works are about to
be temporarily closed, as there is no
glycerine on band. There is. however,
a sulliciency of powder manufactured
to hist, for some time. It is being
rapidly mpvod up to various points oil
the line.
Lateb,—Cameron, tho carpenter, is
now reported to have sustained very
serious injury to the head. He was
lately a resident of Victoria.
Ba4kbbviue, March 1. — Mining
news of no importance. Tho Sisters
Co. had thirty-seven ounces for week
ending Fob. 24th. Chinamen are doing very well in the VaWWlnkle ground
on Lightning Creek. That is the
only claim paying over expenses in
tliat vicinity. Weather mild, with
strong southerly gale, The roads
were completely closed to traffic, but
they are now open between hero and
Stanley.
BahivEIivillh, March 3.—The Sisters Co. have lost bed-rock and, consequently, very littlo gold is coming
out. Two or three claims in this
neighborhood arc paying expenses.
Frank CastagnoUe, an old resident of
this place, has boen lying very ill with
lung fever for some days; his recovery
soeins very doubtful. Itev. James
Turner started to-day on a trip to Lac-
Liill.icho. Weather pleasant, with
little snow.
Surrey Council.
Council mc,. at 1 p. m.. Feb. 2.1 P"o-
f-ciu—Keeve, r.ul Co.ucilloi's Shown ii,
iS'iaiion, and A-'ius,. o >£.
Oi ij'oiilon of t'or.icillor A\usi ■o,*g,
sccoided by. CounoUUv Stianjon, it was
resolved to ic-eoinmeiid tho following
changes in tlie Municipal Act':—Thai; the
Government fix the rates of road tax, not
leaving it optional with luuuieipalities
what sum shall he caatgedl that iho
Act bo so amended as to provide for five
Councillors and a Peeve, iastead of four
Councillors and a Hoove, as atproiont;
that the nomination of Councillors he
Torn 10 to II a.m. arid the polling (if
any) from 12 nooii to 4 p. iu, of the same
doy, and that all the sections of the Act
relating thereto be amended accordingly;
til at sec. 122 of the Aet be nuieuded by
adding after the word "use," "inadditioh
to all other taxes"; also that Councillo *s
be allowed pay at tho rate of $2 per day
for a stated number of meetings duVhig
tho year, say twelve; end that Statute
labor as provided for at present by the
Aci lie abolished, nnd instead, that Statute labor bo levied on the assessed value
of real estate at the rate of $ of 1 per
cent.
On motion-of Councillor Armstrong,
seconded by Councillor Shannon, tho
Clerk was instructed to obtain from the
Columbian mid ^'Guardian" offices their
rates of printing aud to present them at
next meeting of Council.
The llccve was reijuestcil to make arrangements for the surrender of the Letters Patent of the Municipality at as
early a dnie os possible.
Council adjourned till tho 20th of
March, at 1 p. m.
Recovering Possession op a Lost
Son.—Judge Waymiro heard tho matter of the habeas corpus sued out by
H. L. Kirolioffto obtain possession of
his boy Walter, six and a half years
old, yesterday afternoon! It was
shown that at the time of the petitioner's divorce in 1877, Kircli'iti'was
awarded the custody of his two children, but Walter was then only three
years of age, and tho father permitted
him to remain with his mother. Soon
after the divorce the mother disappeared with the hay, and was not heard
from until a few days ago, when Kir-
cnoli'saw a blind beggar on the street
who was led by a little boy wretchedly clad. Ou the witness stand Kirohofi'
statod that something told him that
the boy was his Walter. So strong
wastlm conviction that ho instituted
ail inquiry and learned that the buy
was living at No. 14 Card alley, otf
Stockton street, between Vallejo and
Cretin. At this house Kirohoff found
his former wife occupying apartments
with Frank BerisbiV, the blind beggar.
She refused to part with the hoy and
thereupon the father sued out the writ
nf habeas corpus. The Court permitted
the little fellow to choose whether ho
would remain with his mother or go
with his father and brother. The
choice was promptly made, and Walter
accompanied his father and brother
from the court room.—,?. F- BuUehn.
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A   NEWFOONULANIlHlt FOUND  DEAD
in Bed,—Frederick W, Hayward, a
native of St. Johns, Newfoundland,
fifty-two years of ago and unmarried,
was found dead in his bed at No. 1816
Dupont street, at a quarter of ten
o'clock this morning. The deceased
was formerly engaged in the commission brokerage business in St, Johns,
and had boen in this city about three
months. At an early hour yesterday
morning he entered a saloon on Broadway and said to the barkeeper: "I ain
all broken up this morning. I could
not sleep last night," at the same time
giving a shudder. Later in the day he
called at the Bank of British Columbia, where ho bad an account, and
then went on board the steamship
Australia, on whieh vessel he bad engaged passage to sail for Auckland,
New Zoaleand', on Saturday. The deceased was a member of St. Johns
Lodge, Nn. 844, F. nnd A. M., of St.
Johns, Newfoundland, at which place
his father, ninety-five years of age,
now resides.—S. 1<\ Bulletin.
Ui-ltlsh Columbia Agency of Toronto
Suit' iind hock Works, .1. it J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
Those celebrated safes are made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all the modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Grecnleaf Dial
Lock, licing of Canadian manufacture,
thoy are duty free, and consequently can
he sold cheaper than either English or
Ainei'iean Safes,
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
n iees ranging from one hundred to three
i lio.isarid dollars,
Detailed specifications for vault work
* iiished on application to the agents for
K iiisli Columbia.
no2   M. W. Waitt k Co., Victoria.
No 1.—Seeds! Seeds! A large and
varied stock of fresh seeds, imported
from the principal and most reliable
growers, at Herring's Drug Store.
No 2.—Flower Seeds—the finest assortment in the Provin e. Forwarded
to any part of B. C, postage paid. Ad-
d ess He-ring, Druggist. N. W.
No. Ii.— Seeds! Call arid seo our fine
stock Agricultural Seeds and note our
prices boUKo purchasing elsewhere. Her-
. h*£, Dii^gist, City Drug Store, N. W.
No. 4.—Btuestorio for farmers' use, in
1,000, 500, and ll)0-lh. lots, at 7, 8 and
10 cents per lb. Address A. M. Herring,
Druggist, N. W, inhl-2in
Death in the Cofkkk Pot.—The public arc cautioned against purchasing imported California ground coffee. Its
eaeapness is its only recommendation,
Yhc ingredients nre of the vilest deserip-
on. m any one using it will discover
••'odd he examine the grounds. During
too perihelia of tho planets people should
bo careful what they eat and drink. Don't
allow your grocer to palm off his trash
fpon you, because it pays him better to
fiell it than the good article. Ask for
I'V:. ti k Co. 's Coffee and take no other.4
UxhuiiTAKiso.—Having bought out
Mr. Withrow* and purchased tlio Hearse,
tho Undersigned is now prepared to carry
on the business of undertaking ot the furniture warehouse (Mr. Withrow's old
stand), next door to the Occident Hotel.
The Hoarse will bo for hire on liberal
terms. John O. Bunte,
Manager.*
Wonsi*, than WaRi—"The throat has
destroyed more lives than tho sword," by
j u-Kiidcnoe in eating and intemperance
i i ib inking; but when the health becomes
i i*p:iired the miserable dispeptic may
r ul prompt relief in Burdock Blood
Bitters. It regulates the bowels, acts
upon the liver and kidneys, purifies the
h'ood. and stimulates all the secretions
to a healthy action.
A Good Fit/ran.,—To have pure water
i\ the house every family should have a
good filter, the health and eomfort do-
Cauda largely upon the use of properly
filtered water. The liver is the true
fi'ier for tho blood, and Burdock Blood
Bitters keep the liver and all the secre-
\a--y organs in a healthy condition. It is
i 'o grand blood purifying, liver regulat-
ii7 tonic.
NOTICE.
T INTEND AT THK NEXT SIT-
I ting of tho Licensing Court to apply
for a License to sell spirituous ami fermented Liquors by retail at tho Palace
Restaurant, Front street, New Westminster,
fold HANNAH HERRING.
Corporation of Delta.
NOTICE   ia hereby given,
that all taxes duo and unpaid will be
charged with interest from date at tho
rate of 12 per cent, per annum until paid.
WM. MuKKK,
Bay view Farm, Clerk k Collector.
Delta, January 16, 1SS2.      fe8-lm
NOTICE ID THE PUBLIC
P
P!!01'OSI!0I'l:SINGA
DANCING      SCHOOL
In the Skating Rbik this month to teach
all tho new and latest styles of Dancing.
Parties wishing to learn the simplest
and shortest method of Dancing will
oblige mo, by applying at James Roils-
seaua Hoot and Shoe Store, Columbia-
street, opposite the Hank.
FRED; HEIMERIiE,
fe§ta Dancing Master,
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
.1 intend to apply at the next sitting of
tlie Licensing Board for a license to sell
spirituous and fermented1 liquors by retail
ou the premises known as the U.nto.v
Hotel, Columbia street, in this City.
HENRY EICKHOFF.
New Westminster, 16th Feb., 1S82. fel8
IOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE
J. that from and after this date I will
not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Isabella Mageo, bIic having left my bed and board without just
cause.
Dated 21st Feb., 1S82.
\iVOJi MAGEE.
North Arm, Fraser River. fc22
NOTICE.
T IIKRKiW GIVE NOTICE THAT I
]_ intend to apply at the iiex$ sitting
of the Licensing Board for a license to
sell spirituous and. fermented liquors by
retail on the premises known as the
Olio Rkstal-iunt, Columbia street, in
this City.
S. W. DAGGETT.
New Westminster 17th Feb., 1882. felS
DR.  F.   WELSH,
DENTIST,
TT^ILL RETURN TO NEW WEST
\\ minster about the 1st of March,
when he will resume the practice of
Dentistry in all its branches. All work
done with the greatest care, and witli
the aid of the latest discoveries and inventions of the profession.
BIBLE   SOCIETY.
New 'Westminster  Branch of the
Upper Canada Bible Society.
AT THE DEPOSITORY (Mn.RAE'S
Store) are to be found Bibles and
Testaments at cost juices, in a great variety of type and binding, and in different languages.
Information regarding the organization
of Brandies or Sub-depositories, Grants,
and general Bible work, may lie had by
Ministers aud others on addressing REV,
R. JAMIESON, New Westminster, Provincial Agent for the Upper Canada
Bible Society. jny-ite
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD I
WHEREAS IN OCTOBER LAST
a small Box, addressed to N. B.
Gauyreaui Assistant Engineer, Canadian
Pacific Railway Otlice, Victoria, containing Engineers' Note Books, was handed
to tho British Columbia Express Company at Aslicroft, nnd had not reached
its destination, a Reward of $300 will be
paid to any person delivering the same
at this otlice, or giving information whieh
may lead to its recovery.
H. S. ROEBUCK,
Secretary.
Dominion Gov't Agent's Ofiiee.
Victoria, B.C., 11th Feb., 1SS2.
felii
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FOR G!RLS7
KEV/ WmVIN&TEU,  11. C.
Visitor, Msho» of Ken* Westminster*
1-a-lj Principal,  <  Miss Kendall,
mHE COLLEGE WILL RE-OPEN
1 JAN. 4, 1882; Tho school year
consists of 10 months, or 40 weeks, divided into three Terms.
K"X3 -E3 £3 1
(IX advance)
Boa no, $ 4
WasiusO)
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and Latin), fl
do.    (without Latin),    4
di.     (without   French
and Latin), 3
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do.
Music
00 I*
week
doz.
SiXGixn (hy Mrs. Sillitoc), lfl.00 " term
GEiiMAxfbyMrs. Sillitw),   0.
A reduction of 25 per cent, off tuition
fees iu case of second and younger BiBters,
CHARLES E. WOODS,
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REQUISITION and REPLY.
To J. A. R. Homer, Esq.,
New Westminster.
We. the undersigned Electors of
the District cf New Westminster,
having heard tliat .1 vacancy has occurred in the representation of this
District in the House of Commons,
request you to allow yourself to be
pin in nomination as a Candidate to
lill the vacancy, and pledge ourselves
to give you all the support in our
power.
Hugh Nelson, ,1 McMurphy, jr,
Wl Armstrong, Geo Turnbull,
W 1) Ferris, I A Calbick,
R W Deane, Philip McMahon,
Ino Robson, Walter Savery,
R Thomas, John Walsh,
lames Wise, John Reid,
1 C Armstrong, Allen Cummings,
lames Orr, Inmes O'Halloran,
1 W Howison, D I Robson,
Wins KMcInncs.D Mills,
1) Curtis, H Mathers,
lohn T Scott, M Michaud,
'Il V Edmonds, W Johnston,
John Stewart. Chas G Major,
John Murray, Peter Birrei,
Henrv Malony, Joseph Davis,
1 N Draper, ' W G Gossett,
Walter Dlackie, Alex Ewen,
James A Clarke, R H Daker.
Ii H Wilson, Russell Smither,
Angus Morrison, William Ross,
PalmerPltilibrown, R H ume,
Henry Bruce, R Anderson,
John R Scott, I Lehman,
W J Howison, li Preston,
Geo Mackenzie, J VanBramer,
John King, 'Donald McPhall,
Joseph Murray, Adam Innes,
C Isaachaxin, John E Lord,
C li Sword, Andrew Haslam,
Samuel Cawley, T R Pearson,
Thos E Kitchen, W Hamilton,
S A Cawley, Henrv Kells,
Wm Prest. C M McNaughten,
Thos Lewis, 1! W Shiles,
Samuel Greer, S H Webb,
R Thompson, W J Mathers,
Alex Thompson, James Turnbull,
John Wilson, JGJaques,
Chas Bell, Andrew Fisher,
John Fannin, A P Briggs,
H S Perkins, J E Gray,
Coby Lewis, D B Grant,
George Black, lohn Elliott,
W T Blair, Geo Crawford,
Oliver Parent, W H Kearv,
Hugh Stalker, Henrv Eickhoft",
I! Springer, J \V Hennessy,
D S Milligan, John McMillan,
Peter Rweis, Jacob Bcnter,
Oliver G Harbell, A Melody,
Murray Thain, Robert Morison,
S Wocker, Henrv Elliott,
R Beard, William Edwards,
Donald McGregor,! McMurphy, sr,
William Dineen, Wm E Fales,
Alfred N C King, I Ii Fisher,
James Hart, Wm Holmes,
Andrew Breen, Joseph Wintemute,
James Gillis, John Wintemute,
Chris Irvine, Alex Stevenson,
W H Soule, James MeArthur,
R Alexander, James S Gray,
H I. DeUeck, Donald McLean,
John Kirklaud, J E Phillips,
Hugh Magee, C Mayers,
Wm Kent, W Ii Townsend,
John B McLcod, Fred EiclthofT,
S Brighouse, L Grimmer,
Robt Johnson, George Turner,
A C Fraser, Wm McColl,
Joseph Shannon, W J French,
Adam Jackson, Thos McNeely,
Robt McKce, Samuel Trapp,
lames Bell, A Peele,
Christopher Lee, Tlios J Trapp,
Wm A Handcock.Alex Coutts,
GE Corbould, Richard Andrews,
ThosW Grav, Joseph Maynard,
Francis Page, John J Turner,
InnC Fernihough,George Mead,
E A Atkins, las W Harvey,
Sacklin Ross, W A Duncan,
D Withrow, Donald Chisholm,
Robert Gray, Jno A Webster,
William Jenkins, J Laidlaw,
John Murchison, Thomas Cook,
J A Sivewright, Thos L Scott,
Duncan Rowan, A W Scoullar,
Charles D Knight,Geo C Webster,
S W Barnes, Thos McKay,
Alex Michell, M Nelson,
William I'owers, W D Purely,
Thomas Gunan, Wm Turnbull,
lohn H Sprolt, Joseph Devlin,
John Fergusson, H McRoberts,
Henrv Dawson. E S Scoullar,
Charles E Woods.Joscph Wise,
Charles Digby, George Gray.
REPLY.
Gentlemen—
1 have much pleasure in acceding to
your request conveyed to me in your
requisition, that I would allow myself
lobe nominated as a Candidate, at
the ensuing election of a Representative to fill the seat now vacant in the
House of Commons. If I should be
elected to fill this honorable position,
I will give my support to the present
Government,' and in doing so, will
trust that my future course of action
may meet with the approval of my
constituents, as it did on former occasions when I had the honor of representing you in the Legislative Council
of this Colony. If elected, 1 will advocate the early completion of the
Canadian Pacific Railway.
1 will urge upon the' Government
the necessity of placing the Dominion
Lands, now'held in reserve, in a position so they may be made available
for immediate settlement.
I will endeavor to show the Government the benefit which would be derived from the extension of the Ocean
Mail Service to the Mainland, and to
obtaining greater _ mail facilities
throughout the Province.
As British' Columbia has not been
admitted to the benefits of the Washington Treaty, I will urge upon the
Government the justice of allowing an
abatement of Customs duties upon all
material required for tlie Fisheries,
and will ask for an appropriation for
the establishing of Hatcheries.
The Agricultural, Manufacturing,
and Mining Interests will receive my
most careful attention, and if the formation of a Commercial Federation of
Great Britain and her Colonics, for
their mutual benefit, should come
under consideration, it will receive
mv earnest support.
'Owing to the transitory state of the
Dominion, many new questions will
undoubtedly arise; in dealing with
these, I will see that the interests of
my constituents are protected.
1 am, Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Servant,
Jas8 J- A. R. HOMER. Ito: Sloru-.
KITH AND KISS!.
(Fruni Temple Pari)
(Continued.)''
Aglitftiby only nnticthl li'erpfissitiyly,
at first. He remarked her height and
her dignity of mien; he saw that she
was young, and had lino and rather
large' featurbB, and the expression
upon her lips and- in her eyes, he saw,
was not one of girlish timidity, though
far removed from boldness. Still,
ihero was mora presence of mind and
calm assurance than he altogether admired—or thought he admired in
woii]aii--characteriiiiii2 her wholo as-
jiect and demeanor. For, though politics were his pastime, and Ihe Radical
cause his din']ing, ho was in many matters a martinet iii theory, andnstaunch
Coim6rviii'iVe ill practici*--winch was
exactly wliiU might have been expected.
He" jUiiused himsulF frith the contrast in the conversations 'du either*
side of hiin, scraps of which came to
his ears.
"You see we arc in plenty of time,
uncle," said tho lady, iu a contralto
voice, and with a clear and polished
accent. "I hope they will be punctual."'
"Trust them!" replied the old gentleman, a little gruffly. "It's a sight
worth Bucing, this] Docs my eyes
good to behold it. Von never saw the
like before, Judith, and you never
may again."
"No. And what order they keep,
and how they all turn toward that
platform, as if it were a magnet'
And what earnest, .intent faces, most
of them! How clfllerent frbitf tho
people at holiie, uncle!"
Tho aid jjefetlffman indulged hi a
aeries of chuchlcs, which made his face
red ana" his blue eyes moist, and Aglionby gfatnwd sideways at the young,
womtuv, itftiacted by her voice, aiid
pleased with what sho said. Certainly
nhe was! not wanting in intelligence,
tntt what it contrast to Lizzie — his
lovely Lin!
At his right, amongst, those wli'oj
liko himself, woro standing, wero two
rough-looking fellows in the gai'b'of
operatives, A stunted, keen-faced
man was talking to them:
"Have you come far '/" he asked.
'"We've tramped it from Hudders-
field, replied one. "Th' young nieas-
tei* giv' us th' tlcliets, and wo coom
afoot, We can't ali'ord railway fares
i' these bad times."
"Well, you'll not repent it," was the
•consolatory reply. "How do you think
of passing to-night?'1
"Oh the road. Wo must be back
by Monday morn, you hoc."
"Well, coino and have somo tea
with me, wlion it's o'er, I live close
by in City Kond.- I'm a watchmaker,
and I'll lie glad to give ybu a meal."
The invitation was apparently no
ceptetf, but the ba'nd began again, and
drowned further cbiivoraatiuh.
The great hall was filled now, until
not another soul could (tress iu. The
most perfect order prevailed. In a
momentary stillness, a booming sound
in the distance told those who knew,
that the clock of tho Town Hall, two
utiles away, in the city, was striking
three. Almost, as tho sound ceased,
the door behind Iho platform openod,
aud the principal speakers came tin.
Many members of parliament and local
celebrities who had u'lVbady npnoitred,
had been warmly welemiled. Here
was the chairman', Lord John Pou-
Houby. Thoy retjeivsil hi ill with manifest pleasure', biifc theto' was till electricity, a suMIe tiifili vVlticii told that
thoy woro waiting fur somo Ohc, for
something' yet to ootno. Mure ttcleb-
ritios, or otherwise; more sh'oft, ilmrp,
absent-minded cheers. More and woro
heads, known and unknown, crowd
fonvai'il. Then coines he iV'Honl they
aro wailing for. Hero is the "brave
white riead"-—tlio "j-rand, caiin, proild
face'' of their bcat-belovoil, and then
bursts' forth the roar.(hat deafens, and
stuns, anu is nevor forgotten of thc'iii
who have once heard it. A roar,
a thunder, a proluiiged storm Of exultation, that has something fierce and
fearful in it, as well as gfitd, gVoflta
that veteran champion of beautiful
liberty,
Twenty-fi vethousand throats chcorcil
at the full pitch of their power, as if
to fling all the praise thoy could upon
I hat one head, as if to bow with weight
of glory that well-known brow. All
else wero forgotten. At Irkford the
old . love is very faithfully loved.
There are others about and around
hiin, who are great and good, but that
is the man who fought for them aud
their fathers years ago, to givo them
bread; and who has fought, for them
since, in many a battle. Thoy havo
not, forgotten it: they never will forget it. Aglionby felt the enthusiasm
run like lightning, in a subtle rod-hot
current, through every vein. Ho b i
cheered—cheered at tho top of bin
voice—his eyes all the time fixed upon
that form afld fln>t face, whoso appear*
ance had ci-lfett forth alt CtfJa rtorni of
fierce ami passionate deliglf.fr. Even
while he was cheering, ho had observed
how somo of tho women's faces
blanched, ami tlieir oyon blenched beforo the troiuendous roar of joy—and
no looked instinctively at the girl who
ant so near to him. There was no
blenching in her faco. It was a little
flushed, out of its pallor, and there
was a clear light in her eye, and a repressed smile upon her lip, which fold
of enjoyment, not fear. Tho prolonged roar which lasted mure than
five minutes, ami would not be hushed,
had no terror for hor norves.
At' last thoro was a momentary
hilonco, before the lirst speaker had
opened his month, and Aglionby hoard
her say quickly:
"Don't you remember; uncle, those
lines about, 'How any woman's aides
can hold tho beating of so strong a
throb/' I wonder now any man's
glance can meet this approbation, and
nut quail,"
"Ay, ay! 'Hut hush, my dear.
There's Lord John speaking "
TlW iflMttflft, tlnparalled in the mi-
mtU of* puttier iiwetings—evon of Anti-
Cnrn-lmr, *nd' O'Ootuiell meetings-
lasted two fiovrrs, 'fhose on the platform describee? uf'terwtril, how thoy
were haunted by the Boa of faces turned
up to thorn; by the wave-'Iik« aurgings
of the great lfttnllMude.-    This was Ihe
smallest section of the crowd which
had assembled. In other halls, and iu
the grounds outside, receiving scraps
of oratory from distinguished speakers, wero as many us made up the
whole gathering to moro than one
hundred thousand. The speeches
were strictly limited us to time, aud
pnne'trtaUy at Hve o'clock tho meeting
diapered.
Aglionby, slowly making his way
out, paused near the great door, watching tin* carriages of the celebrities and
non-celebrities as they drove away,
observing the throng and hearing the
comments';
The carriages and cab« wont by numbers, and as he stood there a hired
human dmve up, aud the number, 137,
was called out, but as no response was
made, it was quickly hurried on, to
come around again iu its turn, which
would not be for a long timo yet.
Just when it had disappeared, there
was some pushing from behind-, and
turning, Aglionby behold tile elderly
gentleman and stately young-lady beside whom he had stood during the
meeting.
"Com* along, Judith!" said the old
man irascibly. We can slip botrt'een
tho burses' heads, and overtake the
carriage."
"Oh, hut, my dear uncle—-"
Hut tho rash and impetuous old
gentleman, who looked as if he could
not brook having to wait for anything
or any one, dragging liis niece by tho
haml, was down tho steps, and under
tho heads of a couple of prancing
steeds belonging to an approaching
carriage. With a repressed exclamation sho wronchod her hand out of Ms,
and whilo he darted forward, she
darted back again, and up tho Btdjfe,
alone. The disconsolate visage of vne
ruddy-faced gentleman was visible*,
peering at her between horses' huadf,
jostled by tho crowd, and looking
very helpless, despite his groat stature'
and herculean dimensions.
Aglionby was conscious of a vague
interest iu these proceedings. He
watched her as she came to the top of
the stepsi and stood there, frowning
a little and biting her lip.
"Provoking!" be heard her mtrimiur.
"Hut perhaps, if J wait :'
She looked a littlo anxiotls, and
glanced ilncnmfortably around he*.
Aglionby's theories upon the subject
—woman—-included one which jwO-
elaimed her helplessness in a crowd.
He thought the bettor of hor for looking' uneasy, Lizzie would havo been
frightened to death, pour little thing!
As this thought crossed his fliftld,
his lips illoVed, and he suddenly nnd
impulsively stepped forward, raining
his hat and remarking:
"If you will take my ami a moment,
I will help you across to'yoitr companion."
She looked a little surprised, glratcecl
for a moment into the face of the man
who addressed her, and said;
"Thank you. If you would not
mind!"
She placed her hnnd lightly within
tho arm which he extended, and he
led her quickly and skillfully between
the can-iago then advancing, and the
one behind it; and despite the expostulating policemen and disapproving
coachmen, handed hor in safety to the
oilier aide. A few moments' search
sufticed to discover" tho old gentleman,
wlio exclaimed:
"I wish wo had never Rift tho steps,
Jurlith I The crowd hero is most rough
aud unpleasant* and how are wo ever
to find the carriage, I don't know."
"Your carriage is just over thero,
if you like to come to it, and sit in it
lill your turn comes round again," said
Aglionby politely, and secretly much
amused at the mixture of reckless iin-
petiuisitv and nervous helplessness
characteristic of tho country cousin in
a great crowd.
"Where I How ? Thank yon, sir!"
said Ihe elderly gentleman, crimsoning in his agitation, and looking excited.
"Thero," said Aglionby, liis eyes
gleaming with subdued nlockery, as
lie stretched a long arm, and pointed a
long furefuiget' toward the spot whoro
ho saw tho carrhtgo clearly enough'.
"Suppose yutt follow me—I know
tho placo all through," he suggested,
and the old gentleman, tucking the
young lady's arm through his own,
and glaring (no other word will describe the look) with sudden interest at
Aglionby's back, aud up tfri his close-
Cropped dark hair, followed him whith-
or he led him through the masses of
tho crowd, until, by what seemed to
the bewildered fitrangors nothing abort
of a miracle, they stood beside their
own chariot, which, Irirtfd though: it
was, was still a haven •iii refuge, with
the tall, dark young man holding the
door open, eoniposedlv, and smiling
slightly.
"Thank ymi, thank you, nir!" said
the old man, handing his uieeo irr, ami
still staring at Aglionby with a fixedness, and withal a suspicion* expression, at, which the latter could with
difficulty refrain from laughing aloud.
"The old buy must think me a
plausible member nf tho swell-m-oV
he thought. "He's thinking that he
would not liko to meet mo ah live ori a
country road, late at night, and armed
with a stick. She looks as' if sho
didn't care what happened, su long as
she got out of the crowd, and rtway
froiir the 1'oek of the many-lieadfed—
of whom 1 am one, and she knows it.
I saw hor look at nm during tho nttfet-
ing.!l
Aloud he Bald:
**It* you will sit hero, your rnftn will
drive ynu on as aouii as h» can, and
you will bo all right.    Good afternoon!"
"Sir, pardon mo, but will you not—
can we "
"Thank you, I'm walking," replied
Aglionby, slightly lifting his hat, and
striding away.
Aglionby carried himself homeward
aa fast as nright bo, through a tortuous
maze of sicfe" streets and short outH,
He lived in' lodgings iu h southern
suburb of trkf-ord, in a quiet, modest,
dingy - looking' street, called Crane
Street, and in ftpHt'tmeuls united to
his vory moderate irVeWid. As he bent
his steps toward Crane Street, his
mind was running eagerly and delightedly on thu spectacle, the ox-
citemont of that afternoon. IIo was
not given to airing nny erotcheta or
enthusiasms; his fault was extreme
reserve and taciturnity; W at! the
same time ho silently cherished'ardent
longings, wishes, ambitions.
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received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public aiid'
High Schools, Also, School Requisites
iu great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as tho goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in tbe
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Pupers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fnucy Note Papers from London and Pal is. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions are being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
S]ii>(?iiu-ii'K, Eye-Glnsset,
l'liiylng Cards, VlttUtug Card*-,
IltiMtiit-MB Curds, Cni-il Imiirel,
Curd Cases,  Vanes, GnmeM,
Ink* of nil kinds,
Iiilcstainle— p ulii and fnnry.
Photo   AlbuniM, Ploliu'eS)
Autograph  Allium*,  Toyn,
Scrap Hoolra, Piii-ho,
Writing Desks, Uoid Pens,
Ltftltos'      oik HiiHket-*,
('rniiiimii'rt Dressing Oniee,
Splint I, Velvet FmMes, -fcc, &«•.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrangements with some of the lending Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, wc arc able to oiler a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at littlo more than has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior iiiatnunehtj We
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos inantifaoturcit by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported byes, are now iu
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought Into this country. Wo are
also agents for the Knitbo Pianos, the
Steinway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of whieh wo can supply oh
the most favorable terms, Wo are agents
in this province for the Dominion OrgAn
(Jo'tfj(irgtUW(ofBowmmivillo,Ont.),iinil
W. Hell A* (Vs. Organs (of Giiolpli,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or Kuropeim, will Iind it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
The;largest assortment of Vooifl and Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
on the Mainland, Solos, duets, trios,
tptartcttesi choruses, both secular and
eacred. A line collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pi-mists iirthe cast. Sheet imtsie
sold at Now York prices,
Music  Books.
Always on hand, rt good assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, OVwin, Violin, etc. The new a'nd enlarge-!- edition
of Kiehardson's Pltfti'o Method'. Also, a
collection of misccllaudbVfs music hooks,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordef-d promptly.
Insurance.
Wo aro agents for the NoitTil Hitman
and Mki»-'antii,i: Fltti. Ks'MltANOB Co.;
Capital, SIO.UOIMHH)*, UMv.n paid, fi26>
000,1100.    Also, tllO.CoSyi't'KUATION Lll'F,
Association, offering the lowest rates on
the best security of ail/ company doing
business In CanatlaV
T, R. PEABSON & CO.-
ColnnililuNt. (iMtwrli C!. 0. Hiijur'ii 1 Jiuiii'i
« illinium'"),
Now Wostminstor, B. C
CEO.  TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR.
Cor. Begbie & Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER,. B. C
J. L R.
General Oom'missioiiigent,
FRONT STREET.
JJ.SIVEWRICHT,M.D.
OFFICE-COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Mr. J.Cliniiiiiglram's Store.
ResidenoE" Merivale Street.
Dr. Loftus E. Iclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Post-office. Columbia Street.
Omen Hiii'rs—Morning, from ] 1 to I:
Evening, from 3 tu 8.
C. J. LEGGATT,
NOTARY PUBLIC,   ETC.
QPFICK—Next door to Uren's Photo.
Gallery, McKenzie at., Wow Westminster.
A. T. D. MacEUEN,
BARRISTER > AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, AC,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN AU.
THE COURT'S.
OFFIOK—Columbia; street, Opposite Hy-
imk Hall, New Westminster, M: C.
AMES   MGRRISOI,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(0[.}i. Ooliiulirt Hotel)
N GW   WEST AJ LNSTJ3R
/raj'Several good Farms fur Side mid to
Lease, no I (I
TURNER, BEETON cSl CO.
MERCHANTS,
W1IA11F STREET, ■ VIOTOItlA.
North Briilsli and Heraiintflfi
iiisuriui(!e (Jo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON&CO.,
.IU Filisliiiry GIwils,
liondon, li. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
louse, Land, Oourt and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLtCTOR of RENT and DEBTS.
Ignil lor tlioTIUTEMKKS*tXSlit-
AM.'l! CO., of llurrioril, fniin.
Nl'.V Wl'Nlllil^.lMS ii. c.
. C, MoIAlHTEN, •
WAT IfMAKEB & JEV/ELER
NEW WESTiSINSTER. B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
Kon Sale.
tn kiwis nl <iOM> nml KH.mi JBW.
M.IEI'  liiiiili' hi iirtliT.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, COLO & SILVER PLATINS.
l:in:;ii:,'iiiriil   mill   Ufilfllnn   icing,  it
rtt>t'i'liill.v.
WT \Vstelie,s  nml  jowolry pnrofnlly
repatrad. OlffGolil nitrl Silver bought.
jny4fo
Every Hiin tu Ill's Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMI5T& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
COI'L1. COLONIAL II0THI.I,
NEW  WKSTMlNSTEIt,   1). C.
I'lijslcliins' l'rcKcrl|illnns anil Family lli'cl|ir» u Siii'i'lall).
N. II. — Only Gonutne l>niyn nucil.
Over twmitv vi'iiru' exriorlonce.    mr23
lAeLEsTwo¥37
LAND SURVEYOR,
REAL  ESTATE  AGENT*,
Conveyancer & Accnunlanl.
It'KNTS,  IIKIITS, &!)., BoilWBWi
LoiiiiH No^iilintoil,  nml  n Ooiici'ii'l
A$nioy Biininoas ti'iinanottid.
AIIL.VT  FOB  THK
l'liriifs Kirn limiiriiiii'o ('1111111911}' ol'
tlriiiiKi) 11, nml tlm
K(|ifllnhli'  f,|f,' Assurance  Snclcfv
(IT Hie tilllcil Stales,
(ni.limll'   NTIIKKT,
KEW  WKSTi^flSTUR,   ]).• C:
P.- 0, liov in.
C.   G-
-. 0 f -
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and,blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White", Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both-
English, Canadian?
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
In white aiid gray.
BroWh  arid white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors' & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and He -
sinus Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs iu
Mulls, Boas & Caps.
CL07E-HNQ.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blank,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
clog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, Itiied and
unlhied.
IIVBEi-STTHrWCr
III Crulleiimi's   Furnishing ({rinds.
LAMPS,
CROCKEftY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DM/ARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Grooeriijs and Provisions
Everything tlW best
thatcfmbchad,nnd
at the lowest prices    '
for 11 GOOD article.
MOllAt—IF you wnot n (lond nrtlclo,
go to C.,(ft MAJOR*j: if yini mint tilings
ohonhi hot "cnltiis," why, gb'olsawh&rfl-
1TK.M- Wlnit tiveryiluily nays imiHt hu
ti-ui); mul if ti'iiu, thiol thu ImntlBOinoat
ili«|ilu,v uf Vnlu'alili! (Inoils. Sliver and
Plate, ia uniliitlbleiHy to Iw fuonil nt
C. G. MAJOR'S,
OOIiTTMEI-A.    ST*H,*E1*E1T,
New Westminstor,   B. C.
.'"'>' -. *'-)!L.''*i Ja^jsg. j&.'Jmj!,',
weW  schedule
—OF—
~i*im—
WHITE   LABOR
—ON   THE—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—ra—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Ovei\s<jej*s §12;") 00 per moiith,
Rock Foi-Grtien... .$U' 00 to 34 00 I? tiny
Earth Fbrtiiiiciiv.. 2' 25 to 3 00    "
Bridge ForSiitim., 3 00 '<
Bridge Carpentera,
1st clans  2 50 "
Bridge Cnrpentera,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to 3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
clnss  2 50 "
Blacksmith  Help:
era -.•  1 50 to 2'od    "
Didltjvs.   175 to 2 00    "
Laborers ; 1 50 to 1 75    ie
Howers  2 50 to 3 00    "
Choppers ^ 1 50 to 2 00     "
All ontsido lahor 10 hoiirti per day.
. All Ciirporitcrs to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All TCiiTplnypes to tuul themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will lie convenient
along the Lino.   Board—§4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.   OifD^RDONK,
GiiSEiUL Maxackk,
Oi'TKT ok tiik Contractors,
Canadian Baojkio Kaii.way,
Yalo, Jlnroli 1, '1881.
ESTASlisM)   tUt   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
jw- o'-c r^y «□ w
ttoom'a 20 :iiu| 21. ^fpHianls' Ex-
eluuige, (;iiiiontl;i St., s. l\, cm.
N" H.-AElVEnTiSIXG SOLICITED
. fitr nil n«-«>ii,t|>, i-H imlili.-linl mi tln> I'ndllc
Cmst, tli«-SumlivH. MhiiiIb, I'ulynwln, Mnxli'im
I'dils, ruiiniiiii. Vitliuii'flimi, .liijmii, niiina, New
/.iMlnntl-, lii<! An-.li-.iHim CoIoi'Iim, ilu< K(ftt«rn
Sl.nl-is mul Uuiiijin. Filed "f innirl.v over.V lltrtVU-
|in|nT |iill*ll»)it'il mi tlm I'liriflo Cimnt nre ki'jit
rnii-hiinly on In ml mul nil tlilvoi'ttsci't* nm
llllowi'il trno itCCuSri Ml linn illirllllf husimrss Ikhim.
Tlio Hit tisei C'H,rMimx is kotit on Wont tho
oflfainf Ii. r. N8IIHII,
RAILWAY JTRMnUS!
PORT mOODY FERRY!
THE STANDARD
LIFE ASSURANCE COY
OF  EDINBUEGH.
ESTABLISHED IN  1862.
TUl.c Ol.TMWT.WIIiTRHKI) nml 11 miltliy Com."
JIUII.V I. mil' nl the liia'PHt ami moKt micccjh^
fillIii.titutlunaof Qient Jtiiti.ii..
JI^KUAI, UEPOitT, lesb.
Tin: I'irh-.F.iniTii anm-u. Uiimiiml', Mkitixo
nf Hu. OIIMI'ANV „<»> hi-l.l in Kdlulmrul. mi
Tta'mlny, tlm.ailli or ,\|irli; 1K8II.
ItoKulii, rn,nint<iiif-d,l«>(l lu the he.'.
port  by lite Dh-ieloi'i,.
AJKllIXT    PIIOI'QfHD
,«SUIIANCH , riprlMK   111.
yiini-1879 (U.HITO I^,|,hni1.)
AMOUNT nf  ASSUIUNOB8"l!
ACCKI'TKIIilmiiiKllio your 1
1S70 (I.SIIS I'ollcioM) '
AXNilAI, I'IIKJIIUMsSii
I'ulliilo- illirfng tlio ynli-lS7|i|
0UlJlfli,vDBATItillirlifciS701
oscllim.o|,f HoiillaAijiiittmiB)
AHOU.VT nf ASSUIlANCliSl
ACCIII'^'I-:]} iliiiiuj; Iho lusl y ..£0.200.013 10   0
lliu yenr. )
"I
irUl.HH,
411 II
£40,08) 11   7
jE4S1,I«K   8   6
SUllSISm'O  A5FIII1ANCHS1
l.i.rt. .C1.;rH-'.-t7<l': 17 : 0~IT > *1'-'.'H!,V4r, l.i 1.:
i-:st
lit lfltll'Xo.oinliop, 18711 (of -
wlilrli .Cl,;^4.',.47ll : 17 : 0 I {'
llonmilli' I irilh otHOi; oHIook) )
1IBVKKUB, ilt»oiil,of SBVKS nUMIRKD ASD'
KIKKW-HVU THOIISAMD I'llUNM
STBRLIXO l»r ADiiiim.
1NVESTF.II KUKIIS, nim'nrila of F1VB AND it
HALF 3III.MU.VS STFRSINQ.
RATES  OF PREMIUM
Anil emy liiliirmnlmn will bo ftirnialictl l>y
MR. W. H. KEARY.
Cojumtiiii Street, NuwWcsliiiinnti'r,
Agent,
"fflio is nutli ikIsoiV tii TMelvo rroinisnla fur Asmii'-"
Me(Kcnl I'xniiihidi' for NnW WcKtiniiister:
iintih   liisvtrcs.   n. ik
. o^it^=^- Iii -Uimtrffll
n'AVINO ESTABHSHED MYSHL1'
nt tlm POUT MOODY oml of tlm
NORTH UOAII, 1 mu now pi'sijowcl tu
I'KIIUV   rASSKNIIKIIS tO llllil f'.'itlll IU1V lllll't
nf PORT MOOI1Y. VK1TOES from
NKW W'l'ST.MiXSTUR ilraiions of ox-
iniiiiiim.' tlila snlowlicl HARBOR, tlio
WHST'KRN TKHNJINU.S of tlie OANA-
DIAX PACIFIC RAILWAY, will flnil a
good tniil over tlie NORTH 1SOA1J to
my liouiio.   Dint4lln:ii—U iniloUi
JOltN .tOHNSTO'N.
Ag'ont ill New A\'ostiniiiHter:
jiilS Husky Y. Edmonds,
THE fillE.IT EXtal RHEliT
Isiuicvi'i'-fiiilini;
(*tirt* tor Nwt-
Ollr*Dcliililv,Mx-
hinisti'il Vi'ialiiv
of u ii y hh. ii;
We'll'tlMSt PtllV
ulyjsit*. nml nil
Hit* iMiililp if.:
f'Cl! (Il Vllltllllllf
follU'Bi iind   t'X'
o»'PSP3' In  iniiliirei' yenr--,
m\, 3H3VTFK will Ha-rep to fVirH-li
Five lluiMlriul HollarS frr n i-hsp o\
this Mml Hit- Vila! K('S(OI\lUv<* ( 1-r
liis M|ieri»1 udvire iiimI iH'tiiiiii'iitJwilhiot
(iiin*. or (it runvlltit- tr itiinitrt- tirijijiirlfiiia
t'min.l in it. H:i. iUINTlE''rv.it« nil l)|,--
puses siit'ci'Si't'tillv wiiliiiin mi'Mnirj',
tonsirlliltUm fwjj.   Thocbjili ex-unlr
mu -.ihI Hdvii-c, ?:>*ft0. PHtreor VIlHl
Kcslornilvis %ioM w btmii*, or rotir
tiint's ihe ('iiiitiiiiy, $10*00: sent to tiny
itiiilri-ns iiponi'ucpiiit ol'jii'icj, orU O I),,
si'dii'i' li'niu obsfh'tttion. unit in tim-nK-'
na'm«   if lU-sinnl, liy  1; L; MIXTIK*
m. n?
Tliopn wlm enfinot risft Dlt, MIXTIK
in Sim Pi'niiclfKfj sli-mii} Pftnl n full nml
miiiijip si.c'iHcnt ot tlieir i'roiililu8 ivlili
$*2fi Ot), nml in n<liii*n » full t'otii'i-cof
Mudlffitie will lip fbhvnnli'tl, Be'ciiPfly
ptiukoil. so us not lo PXuilB imrloaity.
AM nnttTs for mi'ilici>.« (5. 0 I), must
he lUTHm'i-init'll wjih .*!>l ou (nn a tni'ir-
Hlltt-H   of   uouil  (iiitll), Whltrll Will   I1...1U-'
iJiKit'il vrlieii ili» •mckinte iii slil|i|i0il,
SArfP'L'B l!lH"n,I*; PURR.—Suii't on
nppliuiitiiiN liy iHir-r st.ttiti^ flyni|itiiiii**,
Btijt ittul nf(i't ComiininiL-iiiiuiH slrictly
coiifiilt'iitiiil, jnyai-ly
II KiiiiiU) Hired, Sim I'nuii'Jspo, titl,
To DlBBASRS, Comi'laints and ACCIDIOTW
wliich Haoyard's Vi'llow On. is ciinran*
t"-.I to cu.c or relievo cither in Mam or
Boast,
TAKEN IOTEIWAIIY FOR
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac.
APPLIED EXTERIIALIV FM
. G.
LIVERY &, "ACK STABlES
BROAD   STHEET
(Between Vatos k Vio^),
•»• ■«**D.,«»B*B*'v-»»   v.   :■-
Hursi's.rjii-i'iii^'s.nHirirlt'sAH'aifons
loliirc un iTirioiMblu terms*
S*r Particular ttttontion palil to boai-d-
ing Horses.
PATENTS
We bontliitio to act as Solicitors for Vat-
wits, Caveats, Trade Marks,, Copyrights,
etc., for tlie United StatcB, Cfl]intIa,Ciilm,
Knglaii'I, France,   (Jennany, etc.    We
iiaveh(ulllilrt)'*llvc}'cnr8uxpcrlencc.
I'ntents olitiiTticd tlirottgh us are noticed in tho Suikxtikk; Am^khms. This
large and fjplendid illii'sti-ated weekly
paiier, !?3.20. a yeni*, shilw's tho Pnigrees
of Seience, i.-s vory iiittiresting, and hits
mi enormous circulation. Address,
MUNN k CO., Patent Solicitors, Pnl).
IIsliow of SciicxriKit: AimwunAN, 37 Pftvk
Kow, New York. Hand book about Fat-
cuts sent free, doM
l!BBra?ioucHS. Golds
i*;i fe/JR'S EiNts.s.e i.e.
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTRAC1IONS
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPR.1INS,
NEURAT.GL.I,
CALLOVSLUMPS
STIFF JOIXTS,
FROST BITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
J'.UNINBACK,
rAINInSIDE,**,
Every bottle punmntcutl to give satisfoc.
tion or money reftindeil.
DUtESTIOHS WITH EACH BOTTLE. PMOEafo.
T.MILBtra5T & 00., ProprleterB
TORONTO ONT.
t^—B3a°B*gBE*gftffi*gg»B?rg:
DR. SPINNEY & C0:S
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,-
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Dlt. SPINMKY, will hi-own-M Hi* t»*n-
.Vi.r M..ntri'n(. I*'- K.IM.'illnil lu-ll.
lutn.iitiilluUl'n-iirlttlarnl'tlm Sl'INNKVVlUli
iM'lUMAItV, would  nioril rei|.wtfully liiairm
lilt iiiilifiitn mul tln< ntHirtwl jri'iinrnlly, llml tiu
Hill Liihtlnuci In in-lit olirtmk pintl hhivdus "h>-
I'ill-Cfl Willi Ull|illllllli'll'il lUKCCSil.
LADIES AND OENTLBMBN.
TirMrmbiir Hint innl'ni»liiwti.ni ia lliu tlllnf of
llttll m
COME AND BE HEALED,
It iniittoitt not wfint your trouliloi iniiy i», come
unit let the Doctor yxiimlt"' yotir two It w(ll_
rout yon nothllig fo*1 tMiiiiiltutlnii, mipli'iiiw t-Hll
iiiiii mtinfr .vuurHilvM'wiintiii't* iliw Dootar tutiWr.,
ntfinds vi'iivuimi. If lio Miu BUl'ft;ymi lu> will t«H'
yoii mi If not, he will tell ym tlmf, fur liowlll
lint iiti'li'i'liiUi- u cunt! hhIokR lie In L'oiitl'lent uf cf.
IW'lliiuBcm-e.
I'lirtli'd it ii illnliiijcn wlNliIng tri'iittni'iit, liy.
At'ltilili].' f4r> iHirl il liiliiuto tl>i-Hil;l)itInn nf tliiilr
tiQlllllOfl will rut-elve fir ■■■■turn » full coiirno nf
trenlmont sentfily piickcil ao annul tnt'icitu cu*
lilt. SPINNBV'Wl ffnnrnn.fr-* t« lorfblt Flv*,
lllinlmil DnffnTfn tnr ov«ry ciifle nf hii.v kind ov
I'linriictor wjilcli lie nnd'Tti.ki'H nml fuilK to kiiit.
I'. 8',—For di-iMniw nf Hlmrt Btnfiillng, n full
niur-e of intnliciucn, rinflU-iti-l fur n euro, with'
all iiwtrtwtloan, will hu tumt to nny UitdrDMon1
mt'il.tof$I0.
Ctill ur A'lilrr
rl{».iriitj/*rf.A't.Vt'itriiwlJ.i!it,ttil,i
NOTICE.
\LL who are inrlebted to'
the tijidoi'slglioij (ire reijuested to Mettle
their accounts fnithwith; all accounts
not settled on the lirst of March will be'
Iiluced in n Collector's, hands, us I must
lave them settletl. From and after this,
ditto all accounts must'be settled monthly
or they will be.closcil.' OiH^mers paying CASH will'get meat HV per cent,
cheaper than it will bu chnVg'iM on tlm
books, ...
WM.' M, TOWNSKND,
foS-lm LOiUloil Marlfct;

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