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THE BRITISH OOUIMSIAN
—IB  ruULMIIED	
Ever*- Wcdncsany & Satm-day,
— DT —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Ehtrahoe to Editorial and Business Departmeht through T. R.
Pearson 4 Go's. Book & Stationery Store.
TEHMf*..Hy Mail, $3 n your; $1 l>0 for (1 num. •
.11 for 3 mm.. * payable In Advance Dolivorm)
by Carrier or Agnnt, $1 Jicr qnitrlur, iiayiibln
quiirlcrly to Garriui- or Agent.
AGENTS:
T.N. "Hibben & Co, Victoria.
WM.taiiON Yale.
L.P.FISHER Ai!Tt>rHnlng Agent, 21 Mpreliant'a
Kxclmniro, Pan Ki'iiiicInch, himtlniriitiiltoviicdivn
AdvertirKimfiitH for tills juiper.
TUIC DADrD may iu* ripiimi ou ait* nt
InlO rArtli ouo. p. nowHi acii.'d
NowMpapsr Ailvortliiiiij- lliiroiui (10 Sprnct* St.),
whom atlvnrtlRlng contracts may liu mado for It In
NEW YORK.
■She fritish Columbian.
Wwlnrn'liiy Morning, Sept. 27, \9svi.
Boftt Marriage.
From Borne things which have
recently transpired we aro lod to
believe that a great deal of misapprehension exists respecting the laws
in force in this Province regulating
the solemnization of marriage. Some
are under the impression that at
eighteen the girl is competent to
contract marring© without any reference to consent of parents or guardians ; whilo others appear to ium*
'gine that no responsibility whatever
rests upon the officiating clergyman,
that the license constitutes his sole
warrant and sufficient justification.
We feel it to bo onr duty to state
that theso views aro erroneous and
may lead to very serious conse
quenoes. "Tlio legal ago for both
lads and lassies is twenty-ono. If.
may seem hard to some of our
young readers to have to wait till
that prosaic age; but there is tho
inexorable law. "Well, then, tlie
consent of parent or guardian is a
legal prerequisite to tho marriage of
boy or girl under that ago—"Such
'consent," says the Act, "is hereby
required fort tho marring© of sueh
party so under age." Now, then,
'conies tho responsibility put upon
the person solemnizing the marriage j
and here we give the full text:—
"Any minister, clergy muty or registrar who shall wilfully and knowingly celebrate the inarriago of persons cither of whom may not lje
legally qualified, or who shall knowingly and wilfully marry persons in
■any other mode than one of thotie
prescribed by this Ordinmico, shall
be guilty of felony"! That is startling enough, and we would respectfully advise some of the clerical
gentlemen in this Piovince to read,
"marie, learn, and inwardly digest the
provisions of our marriage laws and
govern themselves accordingly. Be
fore dismissing this subject, wo have
a word of caution for such ardent
youths as might bo disposed to misrepresent facts in order to get their
little barque launched on the matrimonial sea before the intervention
of objecting parents or guardiaijs :—
"Any person who shall knowingly or
wilfully mako any falsu declaration
or statement, or sign nny false notice or certificate for tho purpose of
procuring any marriage, ftbaU suffer
lhe penalties of poijury"! For instance, uny ono who dot-hres to
the officiating olo.gymflii or
registrar that the ngo of the boy
or girl, as the caso may be.
is so and so, whon it is not, or who
shall assure tho oiljcialirg oleigy-
mari 6r registrar that tlio parents or
guardians are assenting, when they
aro not, knowing such representation to be fulse, shall suffer tlie
penalties of perjury 1 From several
instances coming under our notice,
We have been led to believe tlmt
such matters are top loosely handled
in this Province both by the clergy
and those seeking their oflices, and
these remarks And extracts aro given
with a dosiro tb avert what might
lead to serious consoquonces.
..".-. ■-./-^-^•t^.-*L-r>!T*ni-*-s.*^:;:--'v*--J..:
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, IS82.
NUMBER 25
^riiniific IBisccIhm!].
A Cleruyman'h Testimony. — W. R
ttlfford, Pastor M. 33. Church, Bothwoll,
won for two years a sufferer with Dyspepsia in its' worst form, until as ho states
Wife became an actual burden.1' Three
bottlcB of Hurdook Blood Hitters cured
him, and lio tolls ns in a recent letter
that he considers it tho bust family medicine now boforo tlio oomitry for Dyapep*
fiia aud Livor Complaint.
As a speedy euro for "Pysontoi-y, Cholera Morbus, IHarrluoa, Cotio, Cramps,
Sick Stomach, Canker of tlio Stomach
and Bowels, and all forms of Hummer
Complaints, thore is no remedy niuro reliable than Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry. Dealers who soil it and
tliose who buy it are on mutual -rrouuds
iu confidence of its merits.
Travellers will iiiul the host remedy
for Soa Sickness it) Dr, Fuwlor's Extinct
of Wild Strawberry. While for Sick
Stomach and diseases brought on hy
chuiigo of wator, diet, etc., nnd for Cholera Morbus, Colic, Dysentery, and Canker of tlio Stomach and Bowels, nothing
acts more in harmony with nature to
effect a oiirot
It has been estimated tlmt the North
American continent is boing reduced
in height at the rate of a foot in every
3,500 yoars by the erosive action of
water.
Many singular creatures are known
to science, but probably none of the
lower animals havo a moro ronmrkable
method of securing prey than tho
chaofcodun, a beautiful Japanese fish,
Seeing a (Iy lighted near the surface of
J,ho water, this lish gently approaches
and with unerring aim projects n drop
of water at tho unsuspecting insect,
knocking it from its perch, when it is
easily secured.
Lecturing upon the storage ef electricity, Prof. Sylvanus Thompson has
declared the two ffreat recent dis*
coveries in science to be that the
Gramme machine is reversiblo and
that tho Voltaic battory is reversible.
Tho former has solved the problem of
the electrical irmismissioii of power,
and the other the problem of the eloo-
tviotil storage of energy. Such storage,
however, must not, bo mistaken for tho
storage of tho electricity itself.
Tho body heat of birds is grea-'or
than that of any othor class of animals,
ranging from 100 to 1.12 degrees
Fuhrouhei,'. Among the mammalia it
is from 75 to 105 decrees, varying in
adult man from 98 io 100. In sleep it
is about a de^'reoaud a half lawei than
whe'n awake, and in fevers ifc rises
several degrees above ilie normal temperature. In tho young of all animals
the body heat is greater than in the
ftdulu— tlio difference being a few degrees.
Mr. Robert E, C. Stearns has sug-
'gested the possibility of making valuable i.ivt'st.igiu.i'-ns info tlio periodicity
of climates" and tho direction and effects of prevailing winds hy a sy-Hem-
itiio study of the annual rings of trees.
I'; mny be found, for example, that
thick nnd thin rings record wot and
dry years, mid that a grentur growth
on uno side of a layer than ou tho other may be trnced to a difference in the
amount tif .herd striking the two bides.
The record of somo (.reus covers a long
"period.
Dr. George Johnson has given an
interesting list of articles of food and
drink which sliuuld bo used and avoided by those who do not wish to grow
fat. Such persons may eat loan mutton and beef, veal and lamb, thin
soups, beef tea, poultry, game, lish
and eggs, bread in moderation, greens,
cresses, lettuce, green peas, cabbage,
cauliflower, onions, and fresh fruit
without sugar; but should abstain
from fat meat, bacon, ham, butter,
Croain, sugar, potatoes, carrots, parsnips, rice, 8'igo, tapioca, macaroni, custards, pastry, puddings and sweet
cakos.
Tim experiments in chemical horfci-
cuUuro of M. Dudnuy, of St. Owen,
lmvo been very successful. Ho has
tiled simultaneously (lime methods uf
cultivating legumes, flowers and trees,
viz.: with ordinary manures, with
ohemical manures iu garden soil, and
wiih a special compound in pure sand.
This special compound—which ho calls
floral— contains nitrogen, phosphoric
acid, potash, OVasiiesia and Biilphur, in
so concentrated a form as to require
dilution with 20,000 times their volume
of water. During a period of five yoars
the artificial-soil prepared by treating
sand with llornl has yielded plants
sa*ikin';l.V betier in every respect than
ihoao grown by the other methods.
Of the Royal Society of London
Prof. Draper says: "We have only to
turn over the pages of its transactions'
to discern how much this society bivs
done for iho progress of humanity.
Unas incorporated iu 16ti2, aud has
interested itself iii all the great scientific movements and discoveries that
have since been made, It publishod
Newton's 'Priucipia;' it promoted Hal-
ley'H voyage, thu first scientific expedition undertaken by nny government;
iu umdee^pBririionison tho Iramfusion
of blood, nud accepted Harvey's discovery of the circulation. The encouragement it gavo to inoculation led
Queen Carolina to beg si:; coiidomnod
criminals for experiment, and then to
submit hor own children to that operation. Through its encouragement
Drndloy accomplished his great discovery, the aberration of tho fixed
stars, and that of tho nutation of the
earth's axis; to those two discoveries,
Delambre says, we owe the exactness
of modern astronomy. It promoted
the improvement of the thermometer,
the measure of temperature, and in
Harrison's watch the chronometer, the
measure of timo. Through it tlie Gregorian calondar wns introduced into
England, in 17""--, against a violent
religious opposition. Some of its members woro pursued through the streets
by an ignorant and infuriated mob,
who believed it had robbed them of
eleven daysof thoir livesl * * * If I
wero to attempt to do justice to this
great society, 1 should have to devote
many pages to such subjects as the
achromatic telescope of Dolland; the
dividing engine of llamsdeu, which
first gavo precision to astronomical observations; the measurement of a degree on the earth's surface by Mason
and Dixon; tho expeditions of Cook,
in commotion with tho transit of
Venus; his circumnavigation of the
earth; his proof that scurvy, the curse
of a long sea voyage, may be avoided
by the use of vegetable substance; thu
polar expeditious; tho determination
of the density of tho earth by Muske-
tine's experiments at Scholia)liuu, and
by those of Cavendish."
A Cairo clergyman, who told his congregation from thu pujnit, a wook ago,
that only tiplers and o milliards wero
sunatrucl', was prostrated on tlio street
the very next day, and now ho hardly
knows how to get out of his fix.
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE 'LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, ■ £-2,000,000 Sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium by
joif c. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminstor.
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR!
LYTTON   SQUARE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
HAVING   JUST RECEIVED AN
extensive """Stock of New and Fashionable GOODS, I will be glad to receive
orders, which will be promptly executed
and
SST GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.IES
Tonus strictly cash,
aula W- ELSON.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columma St., New Westminster, B. it.
SAW   Fli,',V(r,    UliV   I IT TIM..    UH'K-
SM1TII,  < 1111,1:111   l.ltl.l M>,
SI'ISSOBS KIIIKI'IMll.
SEWINO MACHINES
Cleaned und Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Salo.'
Umbrellas Men-Ietl, nml <i->m-rnl Ucjmlr-
in--; iienU) -lone.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Ro-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Riflks, Suot
Riinh, Revolvkiw, and Fishing Tackle
for sale. d2*ly
C.  IW.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARO-
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on tho Mainland of British Columbia.
JflCkCl Clocks, ntS2.25 (warranted).
SctU  Thomas'  Nickel Alarm, at
$3.25.
All kinds of Mantel and Oftlcc
Clocks.
IVilHliam Watches, coin silver eases,
from ?l."i upwuiil8.
A fino assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware and Optical
Goods,
Columbia Strkkt,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
11 If
$m WlSf MINSTER, 8. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
THE CIMUi DEFAITIEOT
IS IWPtiU TirK CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to announce to tho Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
Tbe Parlors And Sleeping Apart'
mentH nre under the superintendence
of Mnti. Ansriir.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied witli books nnd papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquohs, Cioahh, ke.
(AT BUUXfiTTK MILLS)
HAVING ENGAGED THE SKR-
viees of Mr. Jas. Spiers, and
fitted our Shop with a sut of first-class
Tools, we arc in a position to turn out
tlie host quality of work in this line.
myl3 DitBECK BROS, k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
HIOM
HEATHOEI'S
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast.', New Westminstor.
ESTABLISHES, 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite liic (.'oioiiiiil Mold,
NEW WESTMINSTER
mm! LARGEST .MO)   CHOICEST
X    ansoi'tnicut of all descriptions of
MATS ANO VEQSTABI.ES
Constantly on hand, mid supplied to Fain
ili-js, Restauwuitj-i, anil Steamboats at tin
LOWEST POSSIBLE PltfCEfJ.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—A Nil—
IMCAL ISTRUIEITS
Ol? ISV1SRY MiSCIUPITO.N,
Books to Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine ASsBortmentj from 'vi.V) to S"(j0,
BAtiNALL&CO.'S
MUSIC - STORE,
HOTEKKJIEfT STliKET,  VlCTCill.l,
J.  BAGNALL,
PiAsoFou*ra&0BdAJiToKEE&RBPAinKn
JMO. AUSTIN,
PllOl'IllKTOI*.
N'
NOTjCE.
OTTCIC IS HKRKBY GIVEN, that
application will lie uiaile to the
Legislative Assembly of the Provinco of
British Columbia, at its next session, for
nu Act t*> incorporate a Company to construct and work a Railway from a point
iu tho City of New Westminster to h	
point neat* thu -ll'th parallel, north latitude, between Seimalunoo Bay and
Township Sixteen in the District of New
Weytmuistcr, British Columbia.
CORDON ft CORBOULD.
Solicitor for tho Applicants.
New West., Sept. 1, 1882, so2
IES "E!? "717 XIT" I"3i !"?*! -Tta"
NEW   WESTilSTEB
—AND—
PORT MOODY.
DTAGES WILL LEAVE THE OCCI*
k5 DENT HOTEL, Nbw Wustmui.
STi'it, evory day, at 0 a. m,
RKTURNTNTi,   will  leave   PORT
MOODY at 8 p.m.
First-class   Stages,   aiul    ovorytuing
necessary for the comfort of Passoiiflars,
Also, a good Covered Carriage for biro
any hour, day or night.
Orders bIiouUI be left at the Occident
Hotel.
R. STEVENSON,
auOto Proprietor.
PAT
pji **j?**Tii '
JL ^
We continue to act as Soliritor.-j fm* Fat
outs, Caveats, Trade nfarlts, Copyrights,
etc., for the united Statos, Cftnada,Cul>a,
England, BVanco, Gorihonyj oto, We
have had thirty-live years oxpi)rloiice.
Patents obtained through ns nro enticed in tho SdiKNTini* Amkui&AK. This
large and splendid Illustrated weekly
paper, .""vi.20 a year, shows tlie Progress
of Science, is very interesting, and bus
an (mormons cfroulatlon; Aihlrcss,
MCNN k CO., IVicnt Solicitors, I'lib
lirhere of Scikstikk* Ami-hoax, It" Park
Row, Now Vtnk. timid hook ftbout Patents sent freo. del-1
ROYAL  CITY
Jill Hi
CSS. HUSH? HESS)
I
I
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AH, DBaORIPTIONB Of—
Rough k Dressed Lute,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Plaiilng. SCToll-Sanlng, Turning, Sim-ting,
Ami oil kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
cXGCilfflfl to ortlcir witli tlie
MOST UIPBOVED MACHINERY
FISH   OSES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
JOHN EENDS*S',
Masagkr.
J.H. PLEftCEACO.
IMPORT1SB3 AND DEALBBS IS
HARDWAR
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C,  toC,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hnnd, at
tbo LOWEST MAKKKT RATES.
Timviire lnaiuifaotiu'cd nn the prcnu-
809.   Jobhiny promptly attended to.
•;;c«.:5CSo«!i*« tvmur, r.iMui".n,
Hew tVriilmliiHirr.
GO TO THE
SAH  FRANCISCO
BOOT a SHOE STORE
AMD. GET   YOUK
MONEY'S WORTH.
TJOOTS AND SHOES OE EVERY
J } tlasoription mnilu to order, anil ro-
paircdj from an
INFANT'S  S H 6 E
--TO   A—
S.iiTS    BOOT.
Tho hiybest CASH price pai.l for HIDES
JAMES S0TJSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OrrosiTK Tin: Bank.
Wiii-
Vim
I .. I..
i '.J 1 f,
m
'..\ *■ l■ jlily r>*.immriHlo'l
A«,v f'«r DiltonraoA'-,
1 ,.•.' Hoa*3*Ao1ie- Con-
—; -J    :■■..,.*,...*iii:c-.-
, DIZZlUCSSi tlt'iiMltiiriit
Urcnttti H(mh of .4|i-
,'-, .-.nimdlcr, I.tum of
!i:iiu!::;*li, fi.i\Tr roni-
.. m::freiiitlioSloni-
El h pj , Tiu-jr nrop.ifo,
iiiUicItiiCtfou. r'ruinUoj
, PEB BOX*
IMPERIAL.
.'IRE INSURANCE COMF1".
1 OhbXhtOADSt, and mi'Ai.i, iMau.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
TjioH rNSimma mu^Ks & other
V Biitldingi, Goofo Wnrw, Moreliim.
ilise. Manufacturing and Fanning Stock)
Ships tii Port, Harbor or Dock, and Llio
Cargoes of sucli Vessel)*: also,. Ships build-
lug and repairing, Barges and othor Vob-
boFb on navigable riven and canals,, and
Hood** on board snob Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain nnd Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
PROM LOSS OH DAXAQH BY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital-
£1,000,000 STG.
luted of Promiinh and every Informa* i
lion can bo obtatnod on ftpplication to
W. J. ARSISTRONB,
AT
COlit'KBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C,
HAVING l'URCIIASED AND
. completely re-fumislicd and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I baye
the pleasure to announce that it is
how
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located and well appointed in every department, with
And all tlie most modern appliances, it will bo found in every
. ro&ji6ofc the best, as it in tlie largest
ami most coinlhodious, Hotel on tlio
Miiiiilund.
The
RESTAURANT
Department fo under the very best
management both as regards cuisixi:
nnd attendance; and piirties desidug
them can have oomfortablo Private
jliniiig KuoillS, with upccjal attendance.
Is stocked with tlie choicest Wince
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always bo kept on hand.
The
la spacious and well nppointed, and
provided with Stuaiilk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES, the beat in
uso.
»rir Good attendance and moderate charges'.
if. E, INSLEY,
PnoritiKTon k MAxaokr.
April 4, 1SS2. ap5
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Vcvvly RiilHand Ncirly Fiirnlftbcd,
bni'gu MidCoinmodltiu:-.
ONE GF THE BEST HOTELS Oh THE MAINLAND.
Cnmriiands an unbroken view of that
magniBcaut sheet of water known as
Coul Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SKITS   •»"-■■   iutn;i:i   i»n   .-\}i'.;.:is.
SiT Visitors aud Tourists will find it a
piietnnd pleasant resting plaee.
Thoscaloof cliargea •fldll be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
l'HOl'HIKTOn,
MORTON   HOUSE,
fePlNCB'S 1IRIUGE,
On Sunny Side ol Thompson River.
nillU   ATOVE   HOTEL   IS   NOW
I    njion for tlio aocommocintlon of ttip
Publia, nnd tho proprietor will o!llIe^vol,
tn dosorvo o fniv ehare of pnii-unnge.
Tlio very boat of WlSKS, Liyr.ms anil
Ciiiaiis m ill ulivnys bo kept.
C.   MORTON.
July 1, 1881. ouO
til ;l
SHIRE
Agent for New WestinfuiBtoi
mHE  UNDERSIGNKD   HAS   FOU
|.  side on reasinuible terms a few hnlf-
hreil Ayrshiro yoarlbig Ridfo, sired by the
Xhowughbred AyrshU*o Mull
■O XT 72? & m "JBt X -BT ,
Tlio dams being ohoioo  dairy cows.
A, S. VKDDKR,
jell Sumns.
-JilTKHKiniKN AND OTIIKRS ARK
Aj notitied that it Is lllogal to Import
sabiii'ti undor any pretence from above
tho Silinas River.
(!. PHTKNDBIGH,
Pisbory Ovoraobr.
July 28,1832. jy20
Jfor §dx ox %o Iknt.
BBSCKS FOP, SALE.
TVMIi SUBSCR1BKB HAS A KILN
X of excellent bricks for salo ohcap*.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
Now Westminster, ■ ;■
June 24, 1881. jn25
FOR  SALE:
A GOOD FARM,. CONTAINlNqi
J\j 153 acres; H acres chopped and
btirn't; and n good Frame Houso. Situated 2 miles from Maple Ridge P. 0. and
fl miles from Fort Langley.
For information apply to
William mcadam,
Maple Ridge,
Orto
■EDWATiD MflADAM,
aul2 Nicola Volley.
FOR   SALE:
T
HE FOLLOWING ;-
15 Fat Hogs,
15 Small Hogs,
1 White Chester Boar,
A number of Horses,
1 Cutting Box,
1 Platform Scolo (capacity 1,000),
Also—for sale or lease—the premises
i eeently occupied by me.
1*6 be seon on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
New West., Jnly 4,18*32. jy6
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE FARM CONSISTS OF 32Q
Acres, in Nicola; Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop. It is situated about
3 miles from tbe Public Hall and Road.
Also—75 Milk Pons, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
ap5tc Nicola Lake.
~FORj3ALET
LOT   2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    1,     "       xxn.
"    10,      "        XXVIII.,
City of Now AVestminstor.
—ALSO—
LOT   4,   BLOCK   I.
"   9 k I),    " III.
"      4,       " V.
"   . 3,       " X.
"   IS, 10, k 20, BLOCK XIII.j
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
II. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminstor,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
nu30tc Victoria.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOE
Church or Parlor.
A5-OCTAVEMason&Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeda, Bub-bass, octavo coupler, vox hu-
iiiruia, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used In tho
Mothodist Church, anil is sweet toned
and in good order. Will bo sold for 9150
cash, as it is intended to procure a moro.
powerful ono. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. rKARSON k CO.;
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fo4tc New Westminster.
FOR SALE:
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACRES   iMVKOVED!
135  Acres  Under   Timothy!
rnHK UNDERSIGNED OFFERS for
i_ Salo, on favorable terms, liiB splendid Farm, situated on the North Arm,
14 miles from the City of New Westminster nnd within four miles of tlie Town
of Granville, tho
RAILWAY   TERMINUS.
The Farm contains 3r>l acres of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
draimid and free from overflow at all
seasons,
Thero aro
«»    .M-RIM    IMPROVED.
Of which 135 acres ara under timothy,
nnd the remniudcr under oats, root crops
and pasture.
There is a good bearing or hard and a
splendid spring of pure wator,
There are a comfortable dwelling, two
hmlile tmriis 120x4.") feet, together with
sheds and other oiit-bulldings,
The Farm is well stocked with horses,
cattle, pign, kc, and with tho most improved agricultural implements and mn-
ehinery, including a "Giant Reaper."
The property fronts on the North Ann,
nnd thoua is a wharf (not quite finished),
aflbrdlUg excellent landing for steamers.
•Thore is no better fnrm in the country,
and it is in a condition to pay a large
profit on tho investment from tho first.   .
The Farm will bo sold with or without
tho livo stock. . ..   •   „
For particular-* apply rn tho premisco
or by post to . ,
IIUCIH MAGEE.
Now West., July 4, 1SS2. jyfl
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
IS HKltUHY 01VEN,
tlmt tlio City Tax™ for 1882 nro
now duo nntl payable at the uilii'C of tlio
City Clerk.
IAJ1RS OKU, C. M. C
Now Wist., .inly 25, ISS2.
iyao **r**T*-'.**CT.****s:^^
■MEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Programme.. .Reception Committee
Recopt ion W. H. Fnldinir
Public Notico Mayor
lhe ftitish Columbian.
Wedncfitlny Murnlns. Kent. HI, I8K9.
"The Princess is Coming."
It would have done the heart of
our beloved Queen good could she
have seen tbe happy smile which
. o'o.rspread the face of this community upon tho joyous announcement
which forms our caption. "Of-course
no effort can now quite overcome
the effects of previous uncertainty]
nnd    disappointment.    Ill   several
respects, notably in the Indian display, tlio reception can not be oxpected to como up to what undoubtedly
would havo been attained hiul there
been no uncertainty and loss of time.
Tho Mainland, it must be remembered, is a country of "magnificent distances," and, in the absence of railway or other -facile moans of communication, it lakes time to collect
material and marshal men; and there
is every reason for   apprehending
that the attendance of people, both
white and led, from distant points
will bo smaller than would have
been tho case under more auspicious
circumstances.    -But in so fur as the
inner feelings of the people are con-
earned, any outward defects will be
compensated for by the reflection
tbat tbo Princess has made a gracious concession—strained a point, so
to speak, iu charging the original
programme aud coining here; and
we feel confident that the loyalty of
this proverbially loyal community
will well up the more on account of
the disappointing news brought buck
last week by the deputation.   We
can, therefore,  confidently promise
lhat the welcome to be accorded to
the Governor-General and the Princess Louise on Friday will not be
deficient in heartiness, whatever it
may lack in outward effect.
Commercial Organization.
Perhaps in any other community
less difficulty would be experienced
in carrying into effect such an arrangement as tho closing of business
places at 7 o'clock three nights iu
the week. "I have a right to do
what I like witli my own." says one.
UI am running this business, and I
■shall open and close just when I
please," sharply retorts another.
Granted, a man has a right to do
what he likes with his own—although very high authority says not
—how completely would society be
unhinged, revolutionize*], demoralised, wero all to carry it into prac
fcioe. Tho principle of "give nnd
tako" — yielding certain so-called
lights to others, lies at the very
foundation of all civilized society.
Take that away and thero must be
an end of all associated effort—of
government itself. To defer to others until all can come together on
the plane of common interest constitutes the key-stone, so to speak, of
Society. Mutual concession is a duty
incident to citizenship. It is tho
basis of social, commeicinl and religious organization, and he who
wraps himself up selfishly in what
he terms his ''rights" is not a good
citizen. It is with the commercial
phase of the subject we havo more
immediately to do just now, lt bus
been the weakness of this community that its merchants have never associated themselves together for purposes of general benefit. The hempen
strands, separate, will snap like gossamer under a strain wliich the well
spun rope would defy. The old man
in the fable gave a beautiful illustration of this principle with the bundle of sticks. Now if, instead of
each individual merchant planting
himself behind his own little shop
counter nnd standing upon what he
is pleased to terra his "rights," all
would come together in an associated
effort to promote the general good,
this community, like tho well-spun
rope or the bundle of sticks iivnily
bound, together, would become invincible. For a long time we have
been endeavoring to impress upon
our local readers tho necessity tbat
exists for the formation of a Board
of Trade, It is our firm conviction
that unless the commercial interests
nre guarded and strengthened by
some organization of the kind, "Now
■Westminster may soon be compelled
to "take » back seat;"—other centres
will spring up on the Lower Frasor
which shall distance this in tho race
for commercial supremacy. The
question of closing tlio shops at 7
during three nights in the week is,
per sc, a comparatively trilling one.
It is chiefly important as indicating
tho difficulties which may be encountered in 'the effort to organize a
Board of Trade; and yet it is, at the
samo time, au argument in favor of
the necessity of such an organization.
Unquestionably true wisdom and
safety lie in greasing forward to
complete organization, regardless of
straws in the path. "There nro mo<e
ways ot killing a cat than one." .Let
thoro bo a full attendance at the
meeting next week. Bind firmly
together the "bundle of sticks," and
public opinion will accomplish what
argume.it fails to efl'ecfc now. Men
will be taught by tho only logic some
people appear capable of understanding that tbey owo duties to society
which cannot bo ignored with impunity.
Onr Telegraph Service.
In each of tho Victoria morning
journals has appeared articles animadverting upon tho condition of the
telegraph service in this Province,
more particularly touching its relations with that of our powerful
neighbor. The Colonist is especially
pronounced, speaking of "the complete collapse of the telegraphic set-
vice under tho arrangement effected
by Mr. Gisborne with the Western
Union Telegraph Company," By
way of illustrating the inefficiency of
the service, tho Colonist states that
"telegrams to Her Majesty announcing the safo coming of the
Viceregal party" could nut be sent
aftor 8 o'clock in the evening, because the offices between Victoria
and Seattle were closed for the night.
It also states that since the 6th of
May last but one uows despatch has
been received by the press of Victoria! To remedy ult this oil r; contemporary advocates the chartering
of an American company to lay and
operate a cable across tlie Straits to
Victoria, and tho making of the
principal offices "night odjees." Tbe
article in the Standard, whieh freely
admitting tho necessity for a radical
improvement, takes exception lo tho
Colonist's remedy, and advocates the
early completion of our own telegraphic system along the C. P. E.
route. We" are bound to say that
the Standard's remedy is the one
which commends itself to the judgment. The time has como when our
own transcontinental line should be
pushed vigorously forward, apart
from the considerations under review. It has already reached the
eastern base of the Hooky Mountains, and the wanting link between
ICarn'oops and tbo nearest station on
tbe other sido could not cost a very
great deal in mptiey or in time. ]t
would, in all probability, cost no
more than tho Colonist's remedy,
with this important difference, tbat
tbe expenditure is one which must
bo made before long at any ra[e and
the results would bo the permanent
property of the Dominion. It'is
only a question, in fact, of hastening
a little what must be done. To out
thinking, therefore,' to push through
vigorously our own transcontinental
line would, in every point of view,
be the wisest and most economic
course. By this means the whole
Dominion would be placed in eai-licr
possession of an absolute national
necessity, and iYood from the anomalous and vexatious position of being
dependent upon a foreign country
(however friendly in a general way)
for the transmission of telegrams between the Federal capital and the
Pacific Province. Nor is it too
much for Columbia to expect that
the telegraph, the natural forerunner
of the railway, shall be vigorously
pushed through to completion. According to the terms of union, the
railway itself should have been in
actual operation in 1SS1. Is it too
much to ask that a completed telegraph system shall be in operation in
18831 We have no hesitation in saying tliat to hasten tlie completion of
our own transcontinental telegraph
system would be at once a move
wise, economic and effectual remedy
for theovils complained of than that
looking to further expenditure:! in
attempting to obtain satisfactory
telegraphic relations with our neighbors. Besides, it would certainly be
more manly and befitting the national aspirations of the great Dominion.
50BLJ
NOTICE.
Tj^BIDAY NEXT, THE 29THINST.,
Jj being tlio day appfiifited for tlie
visit of 11. K the Govoraor-Goneral and
11. R, 11, tho Princess Louise to Now
Westminster, it fo requested tlmt i't bo
obborved as a Public Holiday.
LOJjTUS R. MomfSfl,
se27 "Mayor.
<:>  /;;:!.:■ ...    :   -  :,"■■■-<--,
ReceiitianoIH.E.tlie&oy*
emor-i}eiieml&H,R,H,
tlie Princess Louise,
mllK GOVERNOR-GENERAL AND
X Princess will arrive at Now Westminster on Friday morning, tho 29th
inst., between II mid 13 o'clock.
The Bteainer Enterprise will leave Vlo-
tovla for New Westminster at 2 o'clock
a.m. ou Friday, and tlio steamer-'Wm.
Irving will leave Vale and way port** on
Friday, arriving at New Westonfnstor in
time for the Reception,
W. II. FALDING,
se27 Boo. & 't'rejas.
Pl-iO GRAMME
FOB' THK KECEPTlOIf OF
E.E. tlie Bwernor-fieneral
1,1,1 tlie Princess Loii
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
/-\NLANDING, THE l'AUTV WILL
U 1* recoiyod nnd welcomed liy tlio
Mayor nml Council. '! lie Soylhouv Artillery will (ire ,i lloyal Salute from tlio
Battery. A Guard of Honor will lie provided by tlio New Wefitrainutev Rifles.
The ProceBalon will lie formed on
Front Street in tho following oulcr:—
The Baud; Children of the Sohoolo; The
Mayor and Council: Tt. E. the Governor-
Uouoi-al, Her RoyalBighnoro the Mucosa
Louise nrd Suite, ipitli Escort! other
persons according to order of precedence.
The Procession will paps along Front
Street and up Beglrie Street to Columbia
street and along it, through ihe Arch
cnl past tiie Battery, to tho Pavilion on
Albert Crescent, where the Addresses
from tlio Mayor ami Council and other
bodies wiil bo presented.
After wliich there will be the follow-
in;; Indian Canoe ami Boat Races:
Canoo   Race,   with  21   Indians—1st
Prize, 512; 2ad,-?41i
■ Canoo   Race,  willi  15 Indians—1st
Prize, SKI: 2nd, $15.
Canoo Race, with 11 Indians—lat
Prize, |22 j 2nd, $11.
Canoo Race, with 5 Indians—iat Prize,
SIO; 2nd, $5,
Fishing Skiff Race {2 pair sculls, manned by Indian Fi&iienncu), 1st Prise, S40:
2nd, <«!: 8vd,$20s 4th, $10 j ah, 86.
Race Committeo :--Mosaiu. Johnston,
Wise and English.
Ill the evening thoro wil! lie a TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION and nu 1LLU-
MINATtON ou the River.
A 010 OF THANKS.
"New West., B. C, Sept., XSSS,
"We, tho undersigned traders and residents, bi-y to i-idl your attention to the
fucb that thoro aro more retail liquor
liconse-i ou Columbia street than the
trade and requirements call for, ami that
no new licence Bhmild bu gcjuitt-d until it
is shown to tho satisfiwtiou of tlie Board
the necessity of granting soy move.
A. M. Honing,
T. Wnl.li,
0. G. .Major,
T. li. Pearson,
15. I'.rowu,
R. Grossman,
J. Stewart,
J. Cash,
J. Kennedy,
J. is. Lord."
iffi We havu just tecotveel from TSngland
direct a fino lino of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid atiuorttiient of Flics
made expressly for this country, and to
which the finest trout will rino.—T. II.
Pearson it Co.
tXST Now unpacking at Jas, Kllan1 k
Co.'s, tho latest fashions for 188*2 iu
Ladies' and Children's .Straw Hats, Millinery, Laces, ke.   Call and examine.
Tho above is a copy of a petition got
up ami carried round by Mr,'E. Brown
for signature. Mr. I'". Brown now holds
two Iiceiiaos for saloons on Columbia
street' Tho one granted at the last Bitting of tbo Board was obtained without
any opposition, My surprise is that a
iniiu in hi.-; position should stoop so low,
aiid more so tliat ho wits nble to succeed
in dragging 10 others witli luin, it being
30 transparenti to any observant niiinl
that he did it not iu the interests of
toinpcrancoj morality or of the city at
large. My application for a Uovnso for
my brick building waa not for a oaloon,
whieh Mr. Brown and many others very
well knew, but to enable a gentleman
with a family nud considerable means,
from Victoria, to engaao in a wholesale
grocery, provision and liquor business}
and as there is no Bpeolftl license (or tho
above-named business provided by law
tlie necessity of applying for a comihon
retail license will bfl apparent.
The result of tlio petition and the
action of the Board ban been to drive
away one of which we need so many—a
gentleman with ft family and malms', and
preventing even the nucleus of ii huge
wholesale establishment in onr midst.
I shioerely tender my thanks to tho
many who,  seeing the* personal motive.
which prompted  the petition, refused to
sign it when nuked to do so.
An old   citizen.
li. "W. DEANE.
IT
ON 10T1T AtfOUST, BANK OV
British Columbia Certificate of Deposit, No. 21-75, in favor of Carl Ki-ek-
netij for iyliO. Payment of this certificate
lias been stopped. The finder will be
suitably rewarded upon handing the
untie to the Bnnk of British Columbia.
New Went., Aug. 20, 1382.       aailOtu
H O TICE.
HAVING RECEIVED INSTRtTO-
tioim from Mr. ,1. W. Ilmvisoii,
lato of tho Occident Hotel, Wo hereby
giro notice tliat all accounts due him are
to lie paid to nn at our office, Columbia
Street, forthwith.
WOODS & TURNER.
New Went,, Auk. ?.!), 1882. au.SOiu I
-RECEPTION-
OP HIS EXOELLUNOY TIIE
-Governor-General-
AND    IIEIt BOVAL MQHNESa
The Princess Louise
RECEFTKtt; COMMITTEE:
L R Mclnnes, M. B., Mayor.
Councillor James Cunningham
"       David Curtis
"      DW Shiles
"     • William Johnston
'**       HV Edmonds
"       Henry Mathers
Hon Thos R Mclnnoa
Hon Hugh Nelson
J A U Humor, Esq., MP
Hon W J Armstrong, Prov Soo
John itobson, Eaq.,MPP
James Orr, Esq., MPP
George Ashwell, Esq., Reeve
George W Howison * Esq., Reovo
.lames Jolly, Esq., Royvo
William "MoDougnll, Esq.', Reeve
William H Ladner, Esq., Reovo
Hugh Boyd, Esq., Reeve
Cnpt Pittendrigh
Capt Peele
J 0 Hughes, Esq
J McTiernan, Esq
,T O Brown, Esq'
J S Clute, Esq
C K Trow, Esq., MD
J A Sivewright, Esq., M D
James Morrison, Esq
G E Corbould, Esq
WN Bole, Esq., -efil
J K S uter, Esq
Capt Irving
Oapt Insley
dipt Odin
Capt VanBramer
Capt Myers
Capt Millard
Capt Rogers
B Springer, Esq., JP
R Alexander, Esq., J P
W J) Ferris, Esq., J P
R Lipsottj Esq
M M English, Esq
I> Young, Esq
J Adair, Esq
W Adair, Esq
"F Page, Esq
Cluis Brodie, Esq
E Hoyden, Esq
A Ewen, Esq
J Lnidliiw, Esq
B HJiigh, Esq
A Fraser, Esq
E Brown; Esq
I) Cliisholni, Esq
J O Armstrong, Esq
J A Webster, Esq
J Hendry, Esq
a DeBeck. Esq
H Elliott, Esq
Jamen Grimmer, Esq
Robert Dickinson, Esq
R li Kelly, Esq
.7 MoMurphy, junr., Esq
1 B Fisher, Esq
Jnn Wiso, Esq
0 McDonough, Esq
R Thomas;, Esq
W Moresby, Esq
A H MeJiiido, Esq
.1 Wilson, Esq
\V. II. FALDING,
spO Seeretttry ol Treasurer
T H 13
rpIIIR SPLENDID NEW HOTEL IS
X now complete nml open for the
travelling Public. Il isliniaheil and fur-
iiisliod for plciwiue and comfort.
THE   TJLBTJE
Is always supplied with the Iiest ui the
market.
TBCE   23JL23,
is ulao supplied with the beet of Liquori
and Cigars.
To thoso Keeliing pleasure with the
Rod and Can- tin- Mirnmndings of Port
Hanoy are a perfect I'binie Field. The
rod fishing of the Lillooet river, the best
in British Columbia, is within a mile 0/
tiie Hotel.
From tlio balcony of tbo Hotel is obtained a most magnificent view up aud
down the Eraser river, six miles each
way.
The lofty Mount Baker to the South
and tho "Golden tears" to tho North are
tlie finest subjects for the artist on the
.Mainland.
The "Cheat Und Slide" of 70 that
sunk -10 aeres of,tho Howison Farm to a
depth of one hundred foot hulofl* the
level of the snuTOimdiiig grounds, and its
boiling
SULPHER    SPRINCS
stand within a quarter of a mile of tho
I total, and the roaring Falls of tho Kanaka am within a mile of tho House.
Tliose seeking a week's holiday enn
nowhero in 11.*C. find moro interesting
suinfundings or spend a moro pleasant
timo.
To Invalids, in cases of rheumatism
and all nervous diseases tho Sulphur
Springs Sponging Daths net hi a most
mimculotiD way. Invalids will bless tho
day they throw drugs to the dogg aiul
tried the magic Baths of the famous
Springs of Tort Ilauey.
WILLIAM ROSS,
PiiorniETon.
Port llnncy, Sept. 5, 1882. ' DcO
mum
EMS TO INFORMTHE RESID-
ents of New Westminstor and vicinity that ho is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English. Ales,
London and
-iublia Stout,
Which he will supply
I BOP or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Custumcrs.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllliy's,  London,,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
OOLTl'MBIA   STI-tlfiruTZ1.,
New Westminster,   B. C.
WISHES TOEISF0SE OF HIS
Lis i Bail' -csti).. ft W
mi mm
(EITHER IN LOTS OR BULK)
-ALSO-
2
(Cottage, toman Me)
Will bo sold 011 the Instalment Principle.
ALL ACCOUNTS
due must be paid on
or before 15th September next.
Call,   Examine,  and
Secure a Bargain!
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mnounu
ESFzrsa
'■':;"sl
***«%S
O
QSEILLE-ilTH !
—IN—
BOOTS and SHOES
FARMERS1 St, MINERS'
MPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OP
THE BEST . BRAND 01?„.. ,•
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries. I
  ,;
tolj~lte Glitlisg! j
AND A GENERAL LINE OP
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOE
THIS MARKET.
$£';    Storage   rmd    Forwarding
dono at lviisonulile rates.
jylli-Gm
KB ■% MSGN.
COLIiGOIATE
HSQH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. €.
RE-OPKNS  AUG.   30,  1882.
VISITORS:—Rkv. R. Jamibson, Rev;
C. Watson',
XftffAGBttf): — W. .7. AnMs-fHONdj
M. P. P., J, S. Cum:, Esq,, Rev;
IS. Robson, CO. Majok, Esq.
TEACHERS :•»
H. M. Sn(.\Miii:i:c, 11,A., Principal)
MathemiiticS) Classics nud History.
. Rev. W, J. Do\vleb. H. A.,ViCK-Pitix-
Oli'AIi; Modern Liuiguiiyt-s*, Science
nnd Literature.
L. R, MoIxsks, M. D.i   Anatomy)
Physiology und Hygiono.
Mns. fo. Robsonj..Voice Culture and
Art of Singing;
Instrumental Miialo (piano) by a first-
clasa teacher.
The aeliool year coiiinats of 40 wnekd
of actual teaching, divided into four
terms of 10 weeku each.
KXPKNSK8:-.-
Tiiition, High School, net term, Slfi.00;
Board, pet* term, $45.00.
Mtisic(vocnl orinati'U«iontal),per.tcrinj *
§10.00,
Use of Instrumiiit tor practice, per
term. $3;00i
Wauliing) 50 cents per doz.
Por oh'oiilai'fl, with fuller information}
apply to
E. ROPSON,
Sue.-Treas:
Hew West., July '20, 1882. jy22
North British & mercantile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1809;
T. R. Pearson&Co., ApntSj,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
UiKoui-m or tlio (iumpany ai
lilst lli'icmbcr, 1S81.
I. Subaceiljcl Capital—
l*ai(1-up £  (500,000   0
Uirallcil  1,500,000   0
at
fl
£2,000,000   0   0 j
II. Fire Fund— ,
Reserve ;»U,57fl 19
Premium Reserve. 310,551   7
llnlaiiceof I'rolitaml
Loss Account    5.1,307   7
£1,218,405 14
III. Life Fund—
Aecuuiu lilted
Fund   of   tlio
Lifo Brunei...£3,112,500   7
Aeeuiiiultit.nl
FuniloftlioAu-
nuity ltranoli..    305,515   3
£3,508,105 11
IV. Revenue for tlio Year 1881— <]
Kiro liniuell—
i'rcniiulus nud
lutoi'Mt £1,024,400 10 ll
Lifo and Annuity
Brandies -Premiums and Interest       478,825 14   $
jnl7
£1,503,280 11   i *(.-l*i*jr*-X*--.l ■I."''-: iK'v ..■.*-,.-;-*«..■*■.>■.'■ t-.-,K*r*i»-si*-,*:
■■sr:.r~- *j--*""
®lte $rifek Columbian,
We'lncti'ltiy M'-riil-ia, Sept. ,'7, IHS*».
Ml 111111** *>.
ParHoiiA)*,', liy Ilia itov. K. ItuTJiuu, Mr. Jntiivs
Henry Dunn to Minn Jmiuiu Murray, kith of N«w
"WeutmliiHter.
■Ia^n^^— J'iiTl.1     art nl.1' ,r .1 V ■'-•
Mr. Jamas Robinson arrived down,
'bit "Saturday.
Friday is proclaimed by the Mftynr
'a public holiday.
, Grouse and ducks are now finding
their way into this market.
The Chinoso of Victoria presented.
*an address to His Excellency and H,
R. H. on Monday.
Advices from Callao fetato tliat Oapt.
'Stephens, of H.. AI. S. Thetis, died
there of diphtheria.
The Sydney (N. S. \V.) Exhibition
.building wero totally destroyed by fire
last week.   Loss $2,000,000.
The stature of the men composing
"the British team at Creedmoore ranged
from 5i feet to 0 feet 41 incites.
, County Court, which was appointed
"to be held in this city on the Cih prox.,
has been postponed till the 18th.
■ The steamer Wm. Irving, Oapt.
Insley, arrived from Yale on Monday
evening with freight and passengers.
The terminus buildings at Port
Moody do not impress tne beholder
very favorably.   Small and trumpery.
The Bishop of New Westmiunior
dined with His Excellency and Her
Royal HifjhnesB on Saturday evening.
Mr. Geo. Palmer continues to iin-
-prove. The lucid intervals uro becoming moro frequent and of longer duration.
- Mr. P. Fry, of tins city, obtained
the contract for building the hotel nud
'cottages for tho Moodyville Mill Company.
The steamer Enterprise, Capt.
.Gardiner, arrived from Victoria at
■3.20 p. m. yesterday with passengers
'■and freight.
Chief Justice Sir M. B. Begbie
passed up to Yalo on Saturday night.
Ho will hold the assises at Kamloops
'and Clintou.
The Enterprise leaves for Victoria
at 3 o'clock this morning, so as to be
in time for the opening of the Provincial Exhibition.
The Excelsior Band played at tho
Rille drill on Monday night. They ro
down to Victoria to compete for the
prize at the Exhibition.
An Indian man nnd his squaw jumped over a high bluff above Vale-, whilo
in liquor, falling 150 feet, f he wdmnn
was killed, the man nearly so.
The Sapperlon peoplo are erecting
'nn arch at tho bridge on this side of
old Government House, aud one over
the gate to the Bishop's residence.
Tho steamer Gertrude, Cnpt. Odin,
returned from Yale on Monday evening and, connecting with the Western
Slope, left for Yale ourly yesterday.
Intelligence from Riverside is to the
'effect that the duck season has commenced, nnd that the resident J. P.
absolutely interdicts shooting on Sunday.
Considerable racing stock has gone
down to the Provincial .Exhibition.
and it ia expected the Mainland will
give a good account of itself at tho
races.
Betweeu the attractions presented
by tho royal visitors and the Provincial Exhibition, Viotoria has made a
heavy draft upon our population this
week.
J; We have been surprised to hear thai
the C. P. 11. station has beon removed
■from Port Haney to a point some two
miles lower down on Mr. Hammond's
property.
Tho steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, arrived from Victoria yesterday morning   aud left again before
noon.   She connected with tho Ger-
• .Wude here.
Tho drawing-room held on Monday
by His Excellency and II. R. H. was
' h brilliant affair and lasted nearly an
hour.   Tlie Colonist of yesterday eoti-
I tains a very good report, occupying 2",
. 'columns.
Wo understand that His Excellency
the Governor-General and Her Royal
Highness the Princess Louise will stay
. at the residence of His Lordship the
Bishop of New Westminster over Friday night.
On Sunday morning, in anticipation
of the Royal party boing there, Christ
Church, Victoria, wus crammed; but
the illustrious pair wero quietly worshipping in the modest little Church at
Esquimalt!
The Winnipeg Sun reports that Riel
■ ii not in Dakota, but that he is living
in a tent with a half-breed at Milk
i river. Hs has nothing and is doing
I nothing, but is living iu a miserable
f taort of way.
A reinforcement of fi-tO Mormon
J converts landed at New York en route
for Utah, on the 12th inst., in charge
j bf Elder Cooper. Of these, 30(1 were
>i.from the British islos, and 292 from
I Scandinavia.
As will bo seen by an official an-
nnuueement elsewhere, tho Royal
party will arrive hero by water between
11 hh'd 12 o'clock on Friday, and the
steamers, hoth sea and rivor, will run
so an to accommodate those coming to
the reception.
In consideration of the Provincial
Exhibition and the public mind being
absorbed with the approaching reception., tho, eommorpial meeting fur formation'of a Board of Tracle lias been
postponed till this night week, of which
more particular no!ice will.be given.
Wo understand tlTe'ro is ,*1ioW a probability of Her Royal Highness accompanying Hia E;,.celloncy the Governor-
General as far up as Yale, and. surely
sho will then tako n ride on the railway as far as Alexandria Brjrlgo and
get a gltmpBe of our magnificont canon
scenery.
The parlor car, "Keweetmu," nnd
the dining car used by His Escelloiicy
and H. If. Highness in crossing the
continent are part of tlio rolling stool"
of the Canadian Intercolonial lino, nnd
came right through from Ottawa io
San Francisco. In tho rear of (ho
'Mygago car wus a Pullman sporting
car, tn«<lIznakAValton."
The steamer R. P. Ritliot, Capt.
Irving, passed up to Yale on Saturday
night. Returning early on Monday
morning, she took on board, large
quantities ef salmon at LaidlaWs,
Haydon's, and Adnir'i, canneries, and
proceeded lo Viotoria. Tho Rithet
had a largo nunibeivof passengers, nnd
some live sl-jck and agricultural and
dairy exhibits for the agricultural
show.
Little ns is dono by England in regard io the reduction of 'tlie national
debt, she is nut quite kilo. In the
year 1S31-2 she paid off close upon U
million*-) sterling, and the total is now
£7(12,800,000. Of this about "JO millions is represented by loans to others,
which aro reported ns recoverable, and
nearly £4.000,000 i3 represented hy
Suez Canal shares, on which interest
is duly paid. ,
A correspondent who visiiod tho
"hub" recently, writos:—"Tho bnoiii
in Winnipeg has flattened out, Micro
was nothing much doing in real ebtafce,
although in central positions -ilia
figures nuked were about *uVextravagant as ever. Property in Uio suburbs
and neighborhood of the city wis declining in pHoo, and scores who paid
fabulous prices last fall wore cortain to
sustain heavy loss."
When Sir Gnrnot W.-lioleyloft England it was oxpented that his pn*t of
Adjiiiant-Gunoral would bu kept open
for him till his return". This lies not
beon the case, Lteiiloimut-Geiieval
R. 0. H. Taylor having been ^AfteLj-od
ns hi* successor. As this to ii permanent appointment we- are lod to infer
either that the authorities at the War
Office do not expect thnt iho campaign
will be ovor quite so soon as thoy supposed or that Sir Garnet is marked
out for some higher post.
Kitcn villa.
Some timo ago we mentioned that
a reaidonco waa about being erected in
this city for Mr. A. Ewen. Wo hud
tho pleasure of taking a look over the
nearly completed building yesterday.
The odifice is two stories hi^h, with a
granite foundation, and partakes of tho
Han Francisco style of architecture nnd
finish. Tho carpenter work is by Mr.
B. Hoy, and io, like all his work, first-
olasi'. Tho *o::(drior h handsome to
look upon. The interior ia tho perfection of convenience and comfort. The
ceilings are lofty and tho parlor and
dining-vuoni aro provided wiih bay*
wi.idbws, commanding n view which
will boch.nrniing when the fore-ground
is cleared of oh) buildings, (fee., and
beautified. The s'ueco work is by Mi*.
E. P. Julian, and is ihe host we havo
seen iu tho country, con tor-pieces nud
other finishing** displaying master-
workmanship. Tlie painting is in the
hands of Mi*. L. Grimmer, and by the
timo he ia through with it Ewen Villa
will, indued, bo "a thing of beauty,"
Computation.
Tho popular wish is for the railway
to como to dno'B door. Mr. Wm, Perkins, Greenwich Park, Si. Mary's Mission, must entertain different views on
that subject. After building for himself a splendid mansion and planting a
largo and choico orchard on one of fcue
loveliest and most fortilo siies to bo
found on tho banks of the Fraser,
along comes the Canadian Pacific Railway swooping meeilesaly down through
tho middle of ins beautiful homestead!
•'Compensation'*! Such compensation
as ia' ottered under existing machinery
is pour consolation indued. In a caso
like thia it ia little short uf "adding insult to injury."-There is a very general complaint respecting the rate of
compensation grunted. Uf course iu
such a case as tlio one immediately referred to no, sum that tho Government
could bo enpected to grant would repay fully the loss and annoyance of
having a really beautiful homestead
utterly destroyed; but wo certainly
think there should bo moro consideration shown for sufferers—the compensation should in some degree approximate the nc'ua! loss sustained.
The HAI..VES'!*.-— from every settle
ment comes tho gratifying news of a
bountiful harvest, well housed. In
the lower country the hay crop suffered
Biimowhat from rain, but upon the
wholo it hns booh nn average crop the
country over. And the beat of it all
is that a brisk market and good prices
meet the producer at ■ almost every
point. To tliis bright picture.there
is ono dark shade. On tho Lower
Fraser thore wero farms, almost wholo
settlements*, devastated by the July
floods.
Si'AMUMatMiEN.— In this section the
harvest is housed hi very good order,
..Tho death of Presion Bennett and
Phillip Girod, two of our most prominent and esteemed fanners, cast a
gloom over ihe valley not soon to be
dissipated.. .Thero has been an unusual amount of aickuess among children, supposed to be a mihl type of
typhoid foveri but, fortunately, up
deaths lmvo tukon place.. ,1 hear that
the smallpox has crossed tho international boundary and is spreading
among the Indians in that region,
none of thein being vaccina, ed. What
does tho Indian Department do for
poor "Lo"?..Mr. Hamlin and party
are finding an onsy line foi tho canal.
■Com,
On Monday Rov. Mr. Stephen and
f Messrs. Wallace, Munroo and Finlay-
: son of Victoria, on behalf of the Prea-
[bytery of B. 0., presented on address
[to His Excellency and H. 11. H. the
[Princess Louise.
The Viotoria Post Bays that on Sat-
| lirday the Marquis of Lorno visited the
I Colonist office and was shown over the
i establishment, expressing surprise at
[finding such au extensive establtsh-
I "orient in the Province.
The Mayor was instructed by tho
Oeneral Committee td telegraph ah lit*
|[vitation to the Mayors-of Victoria and
iNaimimo and the Reeves of the rural
[municipalities to come hero aud parti-
Icipato in the reception on Friday.
We would direct attention tu the
Ifuct that the Masonic and Oddfellows
■cemeteries are overrun with cuttle, Ac,
Hand the shrubbery nnd flowers surrounding the resting-place of   loved
kinos are being trampled down and destroyed!
The Royal Visit,
COMING    ON    FRIDAY.
(Exclusive to Columbian.)
VioTor.iA, Sept. 20.—An noun co that
His Excellency the Governor-General
will be nccompanied by Hur Royal
Highness iho Princess Louise on his
visit to New Westminster.
Thoy will arrive on Friday and stay
all night.
Tlie Keecplltftt*,
Thu Gonoral C-mimiltoe met on Saturday evening. In the absence of tht
Mayor, Senator McTimes was voted to
tlio Chair. The Chairman reported
the result of the interview with the
Marquis of Lorno respecting the visit
to (his part of the Province, fully confirming the disappointing news of tho
uncertainty of the Princess Louise
coming to the Mainland. In spite of
the fueling of despondency thus created, a determination to proceed with
the preparations and hope for the best
was expressed, although grave apprehensions were ontorLaincd ns to the
effect upon tho Indian mind of the uncertainty about the coming of the Princess. Instructions were given to ascertain tho precise day and hour of ihu
visit and to givo His Excellency to understand that, if convenient, 1 p.m.
would he hiU enough to allow suHicient
iimu for carrying out tho programme.
After attending to somo mutters of de-
Uil, tho nieeihiii adjourned till 1.1 n.
in. ou Tuesday.
The General Committee met at 11
a. m. yesterday, when the Mayor
gladdened the hearts of all present by
announcing that His Excellency the
Governor-Genoral will arrive bore at 1
p. iu. on Friday, AND THAT HE
WILL BE* ACCOMPANIED BY
HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THK
PRINCESS LOUISE! This announcement infusHil fresh life into tliu
bur-mess, and the Committee at once
devoted itself earnestly to work. We
regret, however, to sny that, owing to
ihe uncertainty iti which tho matter
was involved up till yesterday morning, it was found that there would not
lie time to construct the spur aroh; so
that item has boen dropped from tlio
programme. It is also feared that
from similar causes tho attendance of
Indians, especially from tho moro remote points, will not bo ns largo as
might oLhorwiso havu been expected.
In every other rotSpedt, however, thero
seems nil reason to doubt that the reception will be creditable to tho Royal
City. Tho Cummitteo on Finance reported $-*:80 collected. The meeting
adjourned till to-morrow evening at S
o'clock.
tonimmications.
Dental.
"ESditob Coi,UMBUN.-*--A]Ieiw mo to
say through tho medium of your valuable paper that I emphatically deny
any concurreiico with, much less consent to, my daughter's marriage to J.,
false contradictions in tho press to t'he
contrary notwithstanding.
Adam Irving.
Maple Ridge, Sept. 24-, 1882.
About tlie Police H&sisirutc.
Tho Municipal Council appoint) tho
Lieutenant-Governor-in-Couucil "assents." Surely oven our local contemporary will not contend that an illegal
appointment — an appointment that
was Ho appointment at nil because thu
Council making it was "not a legally
constituted corporation" — would bu
made good by tho "'assent" of thu
Lieuteiittiit-Governor-in-CouHcill It is
asserted that the presottt Council is
"not a legally constituted corporation,"
because ono of its members does not
posses tho statutory qualification, and
that, therefore, all its acts are null and
void. Vory woll. Tho Council by
which tho Police Magistrate Was appointed was in precisely tlio sanio condition, and; therefore, his appointment
must "by the same token," be null and
veid, and all his acts and decisions
bad. That appears to us to bo tho inevitable conclusion. Moro than that,
tho Council, in appointing .the Police
Magistrate, would nppent' to havo neglected compliance with tho Statuto in
tho matter of By-Laws. It would be
interesting to know how much of the
city revenue has found its way into
the pockets of a certain lawyer during
tho past two years, and how much
value iu tho form uf sound legal ml victims been received in return for all that
money!
my council.
Council mot oii Monday night. Pros-
sent—His Worship thu Mayor and
Councillors Shiles, Johnston, Cunningham. Tmvnsmid, Mathers, aud Curtis.
A communication was received from
.Ins. Kennedy, declining to construct
a sidewalk on Columbia st. On motion
of Councillor Johnston, seo. by Coun.
Mathers, the Clerk was instructed to
notify James Konnody and others to
construct a new sidewalk on Columbia
street by the 15th October' next, other**
wise the Council will proceed with the
work and enter nn action for tho collection nf the respective amuunts.
Tho following accounts were presented! Trapp Bros.; BOots.; Dr. Sivewright, 910; C. S. Scoullar & Co.,
83.60: J. G. Bunto, 61; Wobstor & Co.,
9228.00} A. Peele, $10"* C. G. Major,
§120.
Further timo was granted to the
Firo Committee to report. The Board
of Works reported that only °"o culvert was required at present on Simcoo
streot. They also submitted plans and
specifications for Dallas st. Tho com-
miitee appointed to pruouro a carriage
for the Mayor and Council reported
that they had made the necessary arrangements.
The Sunday by-law was" hud over till
next meeting. Also, tho resignation
of Mr. Edmonds.
On motion of Coun. Johnston, sec.
hy Coun. Towns ft nd, the Board of
Works woro instructed to go on at
once with repairs on Dallas st.
On motion of Coun. Towusend, soc.
by Couu. OUnningham, tho Board of
Works wero authorized to havo the
city diiolipij cleaned out beforo thewet
season, and to havo tlie nails driven
down in tho sidewalks whero necessary.
Tlio Mnyoi was authorized to pay
for engrossing address of wolcome, aud
the Council adjourned till lioxt Monday night.
The Early Closing Movement.
Eihtoh Columbian. — Knowing yuu
to be a public spirited man nud one
who takes an interest in tlio physical
as well aa mural welfare of the community, I avail myself of your columns
to "show up" certain of 6uf'citlsens!
You know that steps have been
taken by thoso interested to organize
an ejirly closing association amongst
the business persons of the community.
Such a movement, I tun glad to any,
was unanimous, with two exceptions;
those two aro Mr. C. MoDonough and
Mr. Gold respectively.
Now, sir, what I want to be distinctly understood is that both these par-
tics have been waited upon by a deputation composed of some of the li-Jit
and most respected gentlemen in our
midst, uot only on one occasion but on
several, kindly requesting that they
(McDonough and Gold) would full in
with the movement, but without avail.
The first mentioned informed the delegation that ho would open or close his
shop when it suited him. In this,'of
coui'oo, ho has n right to do as hu
pleases. Nevertheless, does it not
show what principles a man must possess when he is satisfied with impunity
to. interfere with the enjoyment of so
many others who would liko to have
an hour or so ex'.ra to themselves of
iu evening I This individual not only
keeps hia shop open from (i a.m. till 11
p.m. six days in tho week, but also
opens up on Sunday, offering his waves
to ihu Indians and others who "ale
foolish enough to buy them. I alii
pleased to see that tho City Fathers
have taken sueh steps as will at least
put a slop to this Sunday business.
Before concluding I wish tu mention
anothor actor iu tho sceno, namely,
il. K, Suter, tho gallant editor of your
local "contemptible." I shall just
Ive hia remarks as he gavo them tu a
lady iu town; tho public can draw
their own inferences:—"Mr. MoIJoii-
oiTgh is quito rijjhfc in nut allowing
hi.uself to be dictated to by a lot ,*'•
brats of boys who have lately come to
i'ie place."
Such, sir, is Mr. Sitter's idea of giving ihe "boys" an outing.    Any of
those "brats" who now patronize that
t,hect have just cause to withdraw.
Truly, A Wiutr Man.
Lome mid Louise.
Tho San Francisco Bulletin gives
tho following description of the illustrious couplu:—■
, THE MCAKQUIB OF LORNE,
Tho Governor-General soon ontorod
tho apartment nnd wns presented to
the company prosont by Culonel Tour*
tloliitte. In appearance His Excoileney
is of medium height, squarely and
stoutly built. Ho has a very youthful
look, with a fair, ruddy complexion of
the true Scotch type". His face, with
the exception of a very light mustache,
ia sinooth-shavoh, una his yellow hair,
brushed carelessly,, comes down quito
low oil a fair-sized forehead. Hia nose
would bu called Grecian, and is quite
prominent. His eyes" are light-blue,
and n pleasant Binds brightens Ins face
ns ho spunks. In his manners nud ids
conversation he is very easy, speaking
will-put restraint and choosing his
words not carefully but carelessly. He
stands e*,n"t. and, certainly, may be
called handsome.
THE PKINCESf* I.OUISI*.
Iii Appearance she is.riot beautiful,
but protty and attractive, nnd a fair
representative of the English beauty.
Hur complexion is fair; hor eyes uro
gray and iu her general features there
is noticea-blo a striking resemblance to
her mothor, Queen Victoria. Shu is
tall, fully as.tall as her husband, and
lias a line figure and a graceful, easy
bearing and converses readily. Sho
woroa close-fitting dress of gray woolen goods, with narrow black stripes.
In her hat which set far back on her
wall-shaped head, was a brilliant rod
plume. This was [the only light color
shu wore.
An Extraoraimu'j* 0il'er.
Thevo arc a number of persons out
of employment in every country—yet
energetic men willing to work do not
need to be. Thoso willing to work
can make from plOO tn-@600.tf> mouth
clear, woikihg for us'in a pleasant und
pcnuuueiit business. The amount our
agents make varies; somo make as high
na i-jBOO a month whilo others na low us
S100, all depending on the energy of
the agent. Wo have an article of great
merit. It should be sold fo overy
House-owner, and pays Over 100 per
cont. profit. Each salo is from $3.60
to §1,0.00, Onu agout in Pennsylvania
sold iJ2 in two days, aud cleared 304.00,
An agent in Kuw York mado {$45,00
in one day. Any man. with eifurgy
enough to work a full day, and will do
thia during tho year can make from
§2,000 to $0,000 a year. Wo only
want ono man in unch county, and tu
him will givo tho exclusive salo as long
ns lie continues 'to work faithfully for
us. There is no competition, and nothing liko our invention made. Parties having from $200 to SI,000 to invest, can obtain a Gonoral Agohcy for
ion counties or a statu. Any one can
make an investment of from §25 to
§1,000 without the least risk of loss,
as our Circulars will show that those
investing §25 can "after a 30 days1 trial
return the goods unsold to us and got
their money back, if thoy do not clear
at least $100.' They show that a General Agent who will take ton counties
and invest §210.00 can after a trial of
00 days return all goods unsold to us,
aud have money returned to thein if
they fail to clear ut least §*?50 in that
time. Thoro aro many persons having
money to invest, who could not givo
tho business personal attention—such
can employ sub-agents without leaving
home—making a large amount yearly
out of a very small investment. We
ate not paying salaries, but want men
willing to lVork aha obtain as their pay
tho promts of their energy. M'ci\ not
willing to work nn our tei'ms will not
work on any. Those meaning business
will receive our large descriptive circular and extraordinary; offer by enclosing a three-cent stamp, with their address. Tho lirst to comply with our
terms will secure. tho county or comities they may wish to work.
Address
ilEKKEE MaKUPACTOIUSQ Co.
118 Smithfield St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oantloiii
Lome lit San Francisco*
tn replying to an address presented
by a deputation jointly representing
the British residents, St. Andrew's
Society, Canadian Association, British
Benevolent Society, Caledonian Club,
and Cambrian Mutual Aid Society,
Lord Lorno said:
"With you, whose interests aro
bound up with the gruatueati of California, aud with tho gigantic trade of
the Unitod Status, wu can cordially
sympathize. Connected us wo arc", for
a time, with the fortunes of the sister
laud of Canada, wu know how much
the welfare of tho one country is all'cet-
od by tho good of the othor; how thu
evil that fulls ou tho ono must hurt
the othor also. Our blood makes us*
brothers and our tntorusta uiiike us
purtnors. Our Govornmonta are engaged in the same task, nnd from experience, thero is no reason to think
othorwiso than thoy will bo allowed to
work iu that perfect harmony which is
essential for thoir peace and fur tho
peace of Iho world. They aro .arching
tho continent with two zones of civilization; with light, not of one color,
but equally replacing the former darkness,' and tho harmony between these
is as natural as is the relation in the
rainbow uf tho separate hues of rod
and azure. Your presence here shows
how our commerce is interwovon. In
crossing tho continent and marveling
dt tho wealth and power shown by
every city of this mighty people, it is
a pride to think how much of nl) they
have is theirs by virtue of British and
Irish blood; and when here and nt
Now .York we reach tho ports supplying this vast population wo find in the
flags b'orno by thu shipping proof that
it is still the Old Country that in the
main ministers to and ia bonufited by
the' progress of her children"."
A convict says ho waa sent tb prison
for lining dishonest, nnd yot he is compelled every day to cut out pieces of
pasteboard, which are put.between the
soles of flic cheap shoes made thoro
and palm thom otf on tho innocent public as leather.
A Hi-MAiiKA]:!.'-; Case.—W, A. Edgors,
of Kronkville, suflerad from a dieoasoof
the Livor and Kidneys', that brought Idm
s'i low that his life was despaired of; he
lay for ton and thirteen days without an
operation of tliu bowels ; after taking one
buttle of Burdock Blood Bitters he was
enabled to leave hU bed and drive out,
three bottles more completed a cure, and
ho nays that ho is now a better man than
he haa been for twenty years.
It has been remarked that the quotation, "It is better to give than to receive" applies to medicine, kicks und advice, but tills rulu don't apply to Dr.
Fowler's Kxtraet of Wild .Strawberry.
Thoso Who receive that get a reliable and
{nfollable remedy for Cholera Morbus,
Colio, Dysentery, Canker of tlio Stomach
ard Bowels, and all Summer Complaints
of Infants or Adults,
Wo beg to call the attention of the
trade and the public to tho well-know
quality and elegance of finish of on
Gold Cases, guaranteed by us to he of
eighteen kjinrt Gold; V.< S.Jtlinfc assay,
or of fourteen karat Qijltl, aa may he
stamped, and alBO to oar inuuo of suiting
the same, charging only for the Actual
Wi-:imrr of thu gold used,'and not for
the hose metal comprised iirsprnigs, key
pqies, tilling uf crown, oto. to illustrate
whicli a tag accompanies each one of our
Oold Cases," which plainly indicates liidi
only the gross weight of tho liase, bir
also the Net weight of the gold,
In explanation of tho nhovp m. desin
to say that the old plan of charging foi
the gross weight of tlio case, as if it wen
all gold, wor/iod well enough as long ai
the inanuf.-ietuivr.; were content with'tlii
amount of brass and steel actually re
quired in its "construction; but when tho
business "Was degraded hitb n contest as
to who should got the most base metal
into tho least quantity of gold and cnll it
a Gold ease, then tliu time came when,
in the interest of dealers hi American
Watches, it became ui ceaEOiy to adopt a
plan of -jelling, showing the buyer exactly how much Cow each cuso contained.
To avonliinpositjou, purchasers of Wnl-
th;\m Wfltehes v. ill observo tlmt every
genuine watch, whether gold or silver,
hoars our trade mark on hoth ease and
ii-ov'einont. Gold cases are stumped "A,
W. Co.j" aiid guarantee certitieatcs accompany them. Silver casus aro stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and nre accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed K. 113, Rob-
bins, treasurer.' Tlio name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of either distinguishing
mirks, This caution is rendered necessary by reason of tlie fact that our cases
arc frequently separated from our movements, and put upon worthless movements; of other makers and rice versa,
thus affecting injuriously tiie performance of thu watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to cover
only our complete watches wholly mad
by us,. It is uee^ssoi'y alsoi because it i
so notorious as to be a public scdndii
that there is great.fraud in Utowetn
quality of both gold andsUvorcasesa
now generally
stratcd ht frt
gold ;ana.j-ilyp
from the qui
This is a fraud
nccomital'ui-.fh
cased watrhes
can W.ytlh a.
that m
esolT
■oin 10 to '20 \
ume to be.
upon the purcJuiecr, and
e low price at which sutih'
have bccii sold.—AaiEni-
'.M!\vnv, Widchain, Maes.
Urltlsli ("olumbi-tAspnf-j o*'Toronto
Ssifu and tiuclt 'Vorki*", /. k J.
Taylor; Protirlotprq,
tliese i-clL-hr-itiTf "-wiV-Taro iuiidcfroni
heavier iron. v. ulghinj! 20 per cons, more,
ai'dBtirglwSafcs.
t Urconlcaf Dial
either English or
The fruitfdl season of th* year is prolific witli many forms of Bowel Complaints, audi aa Biavi'lm-.'!., Dysentery,
Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, -to., aa a safeguard and positive cure
for thosu distressing ami often sudden
and dangerous attacks nothing can surpass that old and reliable medicine, Br.
(fowler's Kxtraet of Wild Strawberry.
S'sj' T. It. Beat-son k Co. wbh to draw
attention to tho fact that they nre pro-
pared to take subscriptions for all Canadian, Amorican and British newspapers
and period i en Is at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—-Adv,   .
Miss Woons. will resume her morning
nnd afternoon classes at the Rectory,
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KITH AMD KIN,
(Continttwl.)
'Tout mother Iind said Lo mc. tlmt
she was not so utterly destitute us I
seemed to imagine; that sho yet possessed a relation, or two who, even if
she  died, would  not  let  her child
starve. I told tliis te your grandfather;
I said her relations would provide for
you rather tlian that yuu should get
into hia lunula, and I was happy iii sny-
inq it."
(Here Mrs. Oonisbrough related tho
scone which had taken place on'hor
- return to Scar Foot, and hot* nan-alive
agreed in evbvy ■particular with tlmt
given hy old Martha to "Judith, except
that sho omitted to mention hor own
excessive agitation tit tho timo.)
"At times, after that," she wont nn,
'^l used to amuse myself by,thinking
that I, if I chose, could bring about it
reconciliation—I alone.   But J am not
so sure now that I should havo been
able to do so, had I fried.   Then my
troubles began., and I gave ever thinking of you and yuur mother.
"Soon after Rhoda's birth; my husband died, and with him, of course,
the greater part uf my moans of subsistence.   I was more in the power of
my undo than ever, and   that fact
hardened  mo an nothing elso could
have done. Sordid, grinding poverty
oppressed me; forced self-interest ruthlessly to the front, and induced me to
keep silence.
"All went well—what I called well
*—for twenty-two years. Just fancy
whtit a length of time in which to live
as I did! But you cannot understand
it—men novel' cun understand women's
trials-it would bo as -absurd to ask -^     •     g!
the sea to undontaud a stagnant pond.       '  d       > '
Then my uncle went to Irkford, three    **•■    „ '        **
years ago—simply ns a matter of
amusement—I.o attend a political meeting in a town he had once known, and
took my daughter Judith with him,
'for a change,'he said. She had always been liis favorite—so far ;is lie
had a favorite.
"Tho day nfter Im return ho came
here, and told me that ho had seen
you, and how deceived ho must have
been about thouo relations of your
mother's. I knew that my day was
over. I do not say I knew I was found
out—for I do not *• ie that there was
anything to bo found out. J hud told
liu lies; I had kept "a the letter of my
message, lint my day was ovor, nf
course. It waa my ill-luck. I havo
been an unlucky woman all my life.
He sent for Mr, Whaley that night,
and made the will wliich left everything to you. As to the feat, you know
it all."
She stopped,
Aglionby, his elbows on the tablo,
his cHin in his hands, was intently
•staring at hur, honestly but vainly endeavoring to put himself in her placo.
Ho did not speak, aud by-and-bye she
went on:
"Different reasons mako mo wish to
tell you tliis. Not that I am afraid of
nny thing that yuu can do to mo. Do
not suppose it Tk a moment! Partly,
I wish you to u* Uerstand that it wan
not out of any sudden affection for yon
that your griindfanior altered liis will
—it was bocnus'o I had been too true
to him, and u- ■■ ■titled to bo revenged
upon mo. H v Into to hfo character to the Id ho rulhig passion
strong in doi. .: was exemplified in
him, if over it was in nny one.
"When you loaned over the table,
that day at Scar Foot, and looked at
mo, you wero au strangely liko your
mother, and your father, and even
your grandfather, that I was frightened; it was as if I had seen throe ghosts
at once—specters that I hated, all of
them.    I could not bear it.
"Ne::t, there is one person who in
life believed in me, and wns good to
iue—good as a land angel. If he hud
stayod with me. I should havo beon a
better woman; I should have confessed
my wmng, and ho would have forgivmi
mo. It is ho alone whom I am afraid
to meet.    That one is my husband.
"I fear neither my uncle, nor my
cousin, nor my cousin's wife. Thoy
made me what I wits. But I fear lest
my husband should turn away from
me. "Vou must know lhat he wns ihe
purest and best and gentlest man that
ever lived—he was like Delphine, only
a man. I am ill hopes that his spirit
hears me now, and that when 1 die it
is ho who will be sent to lead me into
the next life— wliatevei! that may be.
Therefore, because I feci tliat he would
approve of it, I say, will you forgive
mc? I shall soon be out of the way.
Perhaps that may make it easier to
. you."
"j'-lut your daughters—do you not
boo that it is they whom you hnvo injured irreparably'/*' ho said, almost
breathlessly.
"My daughters," said Mra. Conisbrough, "have behaved unnaturally.
They condemned me unheard—at least
Judith did; and Delphine believes hi
Judith as if sho wero God—so she condemns me too. They do not know
what you know now, yet thoy condemned ine. That i* all 1 have to sny
about thom. I wns born to be wretched, and most faithfully has my destiny
been carried out,"
Aglionby started up, nud began to
pnee about the room, distracted bow to
answer her. He wanted, with tho in-
Btinct of a reasoning animal, to account
for her conduct; to assign some central
motive—some ruling idea ns the origin
and motive-power of her actions during her life. He could find none. Ho
had yot to learn that Mrs. Conisbrough, like many another woman nud
man who sins, shrutjd very groattyiu
consequence of hnving no ruling motive
in her lifo. That "commanding voice,
which ia our truest life to hear and to
obey," Iind been absent with hev, as it
isw'ith millions of her follow-croatiu-es,
Christians and skeptics alike.
Ruling motives are not so common
as tho romance-writer in general would
have us believe. It would bo much
easier correctly to portray human nature, and what tbe author of "Caleb
Williams" calls ".-'things as they are,"
if they wero. A man or woman with a
ruling motive, a supremo passion rcgu*
latin" (ill his actions, is a fine ttoncop-
tion.0 Provide tlio ruling motive; lot
it bo good or bad, according as the
romanco-writor feels woll and cheerful,
or bilious and gloomy; only make quite
aura thnt all else is welt subordinated
to it, and hoy, presto! yonr dlmruiitor
boforo you, as plain to
the roads and mountains
in an ordnance map, and you
have nothing to do but to take a clean
sheet of paper, nnd a new pen, so that
your flow of language be not interrupted by scratches and spluttering, and
write it down. A pleasing idea, for lessoning the toils of tlie scribbler, but
unfortunately one which is simply useless to the arisi, since chaos, oftoner
than order, rules the majority of common-place lives, anarchy, not law, ia
God. A high emotion hero, a low one
thoro predominates; now the soul
draws upward; now the senses drag us
downward—it is olio long game of pull
devil, pull baker, between tlio higher
anil' the lower nature; sometimes the
one has it, sometimes tlio oilier; sol-
dumvdoe3 either hold undisputed sway
for long. The "ruling idea" retires
discreetly into tho background, and
places itself modestly upon tho golden
throne wliich many yen era I ions of enthusiastic but deluded story-tellers
have kombined to erect for it. Tlm
"ruling motive" is, so far as the millions aro concerned., a beautiful figment of the imagination; perhaps in
tho caso of sumo 'ScoroB, or more pro-*
bably tens, it may become a reality, to
be embraced und obeyed.
Aglionby, with the ingenuousness of
youth, for he wits young, and ho was
ingenuous, as surely as his actions
heretofore must have proved—Aglionby, then, had a vague, youthful belief
in tho"rulingmotivo"hypotliesis. The
flat contradiction given by Mrs. Conisbrough, to his preconceived notions
staggered him. Wo ofteii aro staggered
when wo are confronted in others by
the results of principles of whicli wo
aro ourselves living illustrations.
"Well," she suddenly broke in upon
him, you hnvo como oif the victor, as
I might, havo known you would, you
being a man, and I a woman.   It is nl-
have cou-
nmi'-v;u lu for-
He --topped abruptly bofo,io hor,
"No,.! cannot,'" he snid curtly. "At
least, not yet, I must first know something something which gon cannot tell
me, however much you desired to do
so. You must excuse mo a short time.
I havo hoard yuu; you ssoin only to
see tilings from one point of viow; but
you must allow me to see them fr.uu
ono or 'two others, 1 trust 1 may be
able to extend my hand to you Una
very iii;-;ht and uny, 'Lot. U3 forgive and
forget.' I hope so. But there is fi
contingency—if it. occurs, ] cannot—
no, by heaven, .1 cannot and will not
forgive you!*'
The answer wns not what sho had
expected. The idea that perhaps this
foigiveiictn which she had, as it were,
rather demanded than begged, might
be refused after all, startled and alarmed hor.
"Oh, you must, you must," she exclaimed, in agitation, "You must not
lot tne (lie unfoVgLvou,- If I did wrong,
seo how I have suffered for it--every
day, every hour of my life haa been a
privation, a disappointment, a mortification."
"That may bo," ho mid coldly,
"But until I am satisfied on one point,
T cannot promise forgiveness. 1 am
human—I am flesh anil blood, nntl not
mado nf wood or cast-iron, I nevor
eveu pretended to think any man
ought to offer his right cheek lo him
that has smitten Ins left. Yuu shall
know to-night—boforo the sun sets, I
hope. Thore are others whom you
have wronged even mora than you
have wronged ine; and ii is to llioin I
must first appeal. But you shall know
before to-day fo out,"
Ho picked up his hat, walked out of
tlie roo.m, and left hor.
Judith had gone unwillingly with
ho;* sisters to the Malles'ons' temporary
home in Swaledalo. They had driven
thoro. It was only somo four miles
distance from Yoresett, but the i*o;:d
was a mountain-pass, going Aral, sheer
up, and then sheer down a steep hill.
with glorious views of moor and
mountain on every side. The Mallo-
soiis tiiodo much of the girls, und were
heartily dolightod to see them. Dolphine nnd Itlioda wero pleased nnd
touched by ihis kindness; so, too, was
Judith, but 'jhe could not sluil-o off tho
weight whieh oppressed hev Hpiciis,
Tho cause of her uiihttppinesg was not
far to seek. It was lhe wretched
breach between herself and her mother
whieh took tho pleasure from her lifo
at this time. That breach had only
grown deeper during the week she had
been at home, certainly not from any
wish of Judith's. But all her submia-
sivoneB, al! her eager wish. to please,
only seemed to irrifnto Mrs. Conisbrough further and further rgainst her
daughter. Sho had-parted from her
with marked coldness that moraing,
und tiie roraemboran&e of her alien
glance, and of !ho hard and unfriendly
ring i;f hor voico, lay like a leaden
weight nt Judith's heart.
All morning the sense of nnhapjri-
Diss had been growing* until tht* idea
suddenly darted into her mind that
her mothor wns alone ihis afternoon,
What if she were to return homo, aud
taking advantage of the solitude, wore
tu plead for forgiveness—though for
what fault, she could not have told- -
were to assure her mother of her deep
and unchanging love for her, uud bp-_
her no longov to bo bo cold and severe
with hor?
Tho desire to act, upon this impulse
became stronger and stronger, until at
last, ns she and Mr. Malleson. to whom
sho had been talking about Dr. V/ent-
wnrlli,-flat alone upon n garden-bench
when lunch was over, and while bur
sisters and Mrs. Mallesou wero equipping the children for a donkey-rule to
a well-known waterfall, whero they
were to have'a gypsy-tea, she suddenly
snid:
"air. Malleson, will you do me a
favor?"
"With pleasure, if I can,"
"Lot mo go homo now, aud if ihe
others seem surprised, sny I did not
liko to leave mttmmaaloiio all dny, but
that they are uot, on any account to
follow mo—will you ("■'
"But, my * dear Miss Oonisbrough)
tho heat, thu long walk over the
hill "
"I am ns strong ns ever I wns, Listen, Mr. Malleson, I havo qfiended
my mother] I want to make my peace
with hor. I must havo behaved wrongly in somo way—been too proud, or
too stilt', or sonicthinff; She will fur-
give me, I am sure, if I bog her lo do
so. iSho is alono and I shall have the
better chance."
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Plnyliijc- Cards, VlslHugJCnr-lit-.
UuHhtoBS Ctivde, Onrd-oonrdi
Card Cttfi-es,   Vascr*, GnmcK,
Inkn nf nil kinds,
Inktitnsitlti--j-'-iln mid fitnoy,
Phail), Alliums, Plotuvcb,
Autograph   AllmmK,   Toys*
Sevan Hooks, Purscai
Writing Dusks, tJohl f <us,
r.iidics* Wi-rfc Bit'skuts,
acutlemcn'8    l-eesluR Cases,
Splints, Velvet Frames- ■&-■*., ■\.<%
Pianos & Organs.
HavhigmadotinuifliaUyfavorabledrriinge-
meats with some of the leading Pinno
makers in Boston, New York1; Baltimore, and eldcwiicre, we are able to offer a
PIBST-OLASS PIANO
nt littlo more than he
otofora been
illilont.   We
this eity, and thoy aro undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought into this country, AVo nre
also agents for tho Knaho Pianos, the
Stohrway, tho Weber, tlio Doelcor, and
others, any one of whicli w ui Biipply on
tho most favorable terms. IVo&magnitfl
iu UiIbprovinco for the Dominion Organ
Co*S,OrKilHH(ofBowmanvUlo,Ont.)(aiid
W. Bell <.. Go's. Organs (of Guolph,
Ont.), and tha leading American Organs.
PE<*30r:r, Intending to Purohase
it Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
Ainorloan or JmropeMi, will Bndifcto their
advantage to conuaiuiieato with us.
Sheet Music.
"Tlie largest afflortmon^of Vocal and In*
strumontal Music to Bo found anywlioro
on tho Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes; choruses, both secular and
t-aercd. A fino collection of the wry best
I'iano Solos, carefiilly selected by some of
tbe best pianist-' in tho < aat. Sheet music
nob! at How Votk prices,
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good nsflortlnont ol
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. Tho new and enlarged odltion
of Richardson's I'i.n.i. Motho.1,   Abo, n
ei,lleetl..u ..f iiiiaeellnne.nl.'i rnuulo bei.U.
both vocal mul Instnlmontal, Music not
in atoll will be ordoS'od.iiromptly,
Insurance.
Wo aro agents for the North Blirrreii
ani. .Mi;u..'antii.b Fi..:; I.'.'.-ni.iM i; Cn,|
Capital, 810,000,000 | I."'.; s paid, s-'-v
000,1)00. Alan, the O.yrel.uivniiN I.iit.
Association, oflWlng thc.lowest rates on
tin, boat souurlty of any company doing
biunncss in Canada,
T, R. PEARSON & 00,;
Columt'h'. lotwctm 0. fl. Mftjor's mitt .Tunu-s
aumit&Kliain>}i
Nov/ Westminster, B. 0,
lleieral Ooffl»ioii Agent,
FRONT STREET.
0FRCE--MACKENZIE STREET
(n'k.ui mui.i, sunn).
Residence—Merivale Street.
iGEBOlieOBBOULlT
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMlNSTERj
"BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. P. SWacELIEN,
BAREISTEB, - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &.C.,
HAS BKSUMUll' HiAO'l'ICU IN ALL
TIIK COtiLTK.
OFFICE— Columbia olivet, Opposite liy-
aek Hall, Kew Westminster, B. C.
CONVEYANCER,
Laud and General Agent,
AtTCTIONBEB S
C O L U M B I A   ST n EST,
(iVr.. Colwlal Unto))
'S E W   W 15 S T j\i 1 X S T K 1!
,;.''e-.einl good Fanns for Salo and lo
I.onae. nolO
lUKNtnibhiiiLii^i'l-.
M E R C H A N T S,
•ffWPSTREET. • Vii": •.,•'..
„A n ni-Ta:s jroiv
Kiirll! Brilisli a.ui AS!Ti'!'!;-:lo
his;:rs!i(!(i Vo. for MulnlfUlil.
H.C. BEETON A-CO.,
::i, Pinsbury Ch'ciis,
London, li C.
W. D. FERRIS;,
CONYEYANOEIt,
House, mm; oifi ii
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DE3T3,
igm'il Rir tlielRATBLiRltS' ISSUIl-
A.\'(K <!!., of Ihirlfovfl, com:,
Kew Wcslnlilllcr, B,*C.
Every Man is his Ov/n Business
FflACTICAL
CHEPS1SI& DRUGGIST,
C O i U M B I A   S T R. E E T
topi1, colonial nivn:i,),
HEW   WJ5STMTNSTER,   It. 0.
I'liyslcltins' Proscriptions nnd Film
II.V B«cl|)C8 ii Bpoclfilti.
N. B. -Only Genuine Brags u od
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
itKSTS, !ii".:':, &c, nii.„KlT!;»,
Loans ftogotintal, mid  n Gnraral
Agency Unainnss trnnsHCldil,
l'ltciilx Fir, Iiisiirnnr.e Company of
llroojtlyn, aiultlio
Kqullablc Ufa aBsiiranco Sorlcty
of llio I'liltod lilllll'S.
(t.l.nilllA   DTKIIBT,
NEW   WESTMinS'IEB,   1), C.
P. O. lli.xin.
ESTABLISHED   IIT   1B52.
L P. FISHER'S
m 3aixr s a? jx.pbb
l|DV".KRTISI]**TG
BtS»Traa**W«!3"»r
lloouis m anil 21, Mcrctionts' Kx-
cliimgo, California St., s. i'., Col,
IN ,  for ill nimnuian wlill lie,) „.. n,„ i....;iic
,..,„.,. .,„l,li.i„,l „i, Ilie I'm Ilk (;.,,., ire J,..,,,
■Ull.l,llllV    <„, ,l.r»..l   uljll    1,11     l„l,.,ll[...|' ',.
ill,,.. ...I live ue.-c.,. I-J Diem ,'i.il'llill l,neiiit'..H li.nira,
SUBSCRIBE
77,011 THE I!rl!l:0l I'oliiniblan, Ihe
j' N.-.i apapoi' on the .Uiiiiihi.d of Uritish Columbia.   Only SI u year,
WPP1I11P
ill lill llil III
m\r
ircliub.
J6V1PORTERS &
-DEALERS IN—
SBOCEHSB
 Jk.2£E3	
' PeOfiSlQIS,
WHARF STRKET,
iT f.ri.■■,■;■! .j :, ;' a      y 1  ft
Having ofitablisheil Bustnesa In thonbovo
Wuos und by
mm IIPORTATIOM
I'.'ui'opcan & Basteni Markets
Wc nro pr'oynred to lill orders to tin
Trade in the fulhnving tloods:
C0IFEEB,
ailsliliii
NEW    SCHEDULE'
—ov—
—von—
WHITE   LABOR
-=-OS   THE—
Oanadian Pacific Eailway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseer'*. $125 00 pur month.
Rod* Foramen... .63 00 t» ?4 00 \3 day
Eartli Eororiion... 2 25 io 3 00    "
Bridgo Foromon.. 3 00 ''
Bridge Cai'pcntors,
1st class  2 CO <"'
Bridge Carpontevs,
2nd class 2 00 "
"Mnsons 2 HO to 3 50     "
Blacksinitbs,    1st
clnss   3 00 (t
Blaoksiriitlifl,   2ml
class 2 CO "
Blacksmith "Helpers  1 CO t6 2 00     "
Mora   1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers  1 50 to 1 75     "
Hewers, 1st class   3 CO "
Clioppors, Istbtaits 2 50 "
Scorn's, 1st class    2 50 "
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILUAIH1 McCOLL
pEGS TO INFORM HIS NmiEE,-
j,> oiib patrons that he has romoydfl
his Business to
Holbrook's Sterne Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will ho found, an usual, a com1*
plcto assortment of
GKOCERIES.
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Fiirnlslilng
Ooods Ac, Ac.
Whieh will ho sold 'at tho LOWES**.'
POSSIBLE P1UCES for Cash.
Tie thanks his friends for their past
liheral patronago and hopes for a continuance of tho same.. mhl
All o-itsitlo labor 10 lioiuv, per day.
"All Carpenters to furnish their oivn
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find tliomsolves Red,
Board and Lodging.
Booi"d(n« Houhob -will he cohvehlont
along tho j.in'o.   Board—?4 per week.
It wi,U not ho compulsory for Employ*
oo** to hoanl in tho CoinpHDy's Hohscb.
Wti^'cs will ho paid monthly, on the
10th of each month,
A.. ONDEUDONK,
Geneiul Manaoeu.
OkFIOK Oii* TUK OpNTUACTOIlS,
Ganah'ax l'Aomo Railway,
Yale, Mareh 1, 1881,
mm^0-
mmm,
LmsiU.
HAM
OOLn ;
BfluuR,
l¥iAu"\Ei1tL,
(liiiiilles, Rice, Synip, Cliccso,
Dvltd I'l'uHS) Ciuiiici] Ooods,
Vinegar, iakliig Powilci',
vwy,
C-: ■! Oil,
Cocoa,
Foarl Barley,
B!ANS,
WRAPPING PAPOli
PAPER BAOSj
And all otlier OootU in tho Grocery and
Provision Lino,
SPECIAL ATTENTION
In ealleil   to the nndernotod Qoods, on
wliich tl.eiuu.st LIBERAL INIUJCK-
MENTS will he oflbrod to tlio
Trade, as we are
SOLE
AsentsforBritisliOolumMa
SOOD AS GOLD BARING POWOKI
Tho Bo«t null Cliottpost.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Wator Whito nntl rura.
ARCTIC SUGAR
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Ijoluu  tlio tnrgwt Sizo and B..st
Totaureo,
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
-AT TIIK—-
LOWEST fMM'i RATES,
THE
SAN FRANCISCO EULLQ1N
—THE—
Lfiading Evening Fswspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
FT IS THE nBCOGAIIKH] l» A ,JT,IO-
&    rilv in  ('..iiiineie!:.! :ni'l   rinni.el.il Cfivl.e,
im.l llio Lost Kiintlly ...iuni.il on Ilie I'liciap comi .
Bon-o.11"' ceiTlers In Sen l'mneteo
MKlUlu loivil, of tlio inle.U.r el loBo.llorwo.il
llj ninil, lioitngo l»iW Sia |.erye»r.
THE WEEELt BULLETIN
Isn iiminm.illi twolvo-pngu Jbnriiiil, nml In \a-n-
tiortloii tolta i./.c lliaclmnVNt jmporlu llioriiunlr.v
SUBBCRli'IKIK  BATHS.
T
f„i.
w
,. V.'eel.
In-   losoll
,'Uly in
ml I.i nny I
v nml 11
er   Ill-
.ll.lied .
,l,lro.s,
•Fel,
1 the
osIiiko
ny Hi.lletl,,,
.ni|.l,l(,   Seml-
iii'illi: 0,i:.i.l, Will
,1.1.1, nl. Hie fel-
„e
nit torn.Hi
111,
SIX
lYCClil)'
Veer	
Sloutli. ...
nntl v
•lday Bulletin.
 iii 00
Woiskl)' IJullolin
Alone.
One
-■Is
Yenr	
Moulin ...
'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.
:;:::::::::::::: IS
llomlttnnt-a hy or.ttt, raatolucii Oitlflv, Woll!
Kai-*-.* Co'h teproB, nmi llugtitoniil butter, d
FtiKS SKEJ) DWTftimiTION.
I'c.'li Mili-ii I'll- w'U bo prWiitwl willi i-tovon-j
mi.■!!•■.■. of ::ur« '.ni-l Vuliiiiblo THI'ii,  VIWIS.
'I'AISI.K mul l-'t.nWiill BHKDS,  pqnnl III Viiliio ID
(liuHiiboHi.llwipiico*irilioim|icr,
•J2**Si<iul for Sample Copy, (*UIiig hill imrtlmilnrs,
fi. F. BUUBTtS COMPANY,
SAM FUANCISCO.
California.
3XTO,T,XO"E5
t I1AVM THIS DAY DISP0SKD OF
1 mv lirmicli tftimituro Storo in Ktiv
Westminster to Mr. .Tohn G. Biuito, who
ialuithorixod to colloot nil oittstandliitj
dobts, ntid will nay nil linl'ilitlea in con*
iioiilioii tlloi'owitli.
1 iiiki* tliis omiortuulty of tlmnldii^
my ouatomere for thoir liberal patronage
in' tliu piist, and tnmt tliu miiiiio will bu
oxtenflou to my HiicecBMnr.
Tho buainosB in Viotoria will bu continued ua usual by the iiuiluvi-igucil.
JACOB SKIIL.
Now "West., Aug. 2nd, 1882.
FURNITURES
TN CONNECTION "WITH THE A-
9 bovo notiiiu, tlio uiuloralgiiod Ima
plooauro iu announoinc tlmt lio is now
pveparod to supply all kinds <>f Furiii*
turo, kc, nt tho lowost poBsiblo prices.
Civbinot work and Upliolatorlng dono
promptly and in first-dnsa stylo.
Iu all its ln-niiolicii. Tho uuderaignod
hns tho only 11 KAIiSK in tlm City. A
eonttnuaiioo of public patroimge solioitcd.
Old iitanil, noxt Occldont Iiotol.
.1. fi. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Sohl'a Broiioh l'nrliituro
Store luBto
TIIE GREAT EML1SI1 REMEDY
IaftiieTer-fnillng
Cure for NetT*.
'ons Debility ,Ex-
ImustPil Vitality
of a ny k i n A,   I
WeaknMS, Par- ,
nlyi-iH,    Proata-
lurrboea.nnd alt-'
the terrible ef-
fi'ct8 0t*yoiithfu*i
folll.pB. and exc'-ssna in matureryenru,
Rll. MINT1E wilj   nt-rce to   forfeit '
Flyy Hundred Dollars for aenseof
Uiia kind (lie Vital KcstOMtiVO (under
hia special advice nml tr«itni<jnt)wiUridt
ciii-i*. or for nnythirp imjtiire or injurious
found in It. HU. MINTIB 'n-nta all Dls-
nifies    siirceasfully  without   memory.
Consultation free.   Tlioronph exnml-
iiiitioii .ind nilvirf,^5*00. PllucorVltftl !
Kesloratlve, 5*J*00 n  tmttlt',  or four j
times 'he qntuil.ily, $10*00; aont to nny I
iuiiic'ss upon receipt of pricrj. or O O.D., ,
secure IVoni observation, nnd in private
niiinu   il  (ii-siixd, hy A. E. MINTIK*.
M. I).
Thoso vl.o cannot, visit nB.MINTI^
in San Francisco ehonlil srnd a full nnj
ininutc Btnti'nitMit ot their troubles with -
$25*00, end in return a full course of.
Medicine will bo forwiifdrd, securely,
piicttcd, ao its not to excite curiosity.
All orders for meilici.ni 0, O. D. must
bo accompanied with $1.00 (us a tzunr- ■
nnt no oT jrood fnilli), which will be dc-
dncted when (lie pnchnpe is shipped.
KAMI'bK 30TTI,K FRKB.-Sont  on
application by teller statin-,* symptoms, .■
sex and  ngc.   Combinnicnfions strictly !
confidential. jny3l-ly
ll Kearney Street, s-i» i-'nutrir-rn. <'al.
DlfSPfiNSARV,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CA1.
rTKli. writVM3Y, w«tl hnnwn ns th« ronn-
IJ^ lU-M-riln-' M.niln.n!, (l\ K.) Mwiknl lustl-
tul... (.ml Into I'mprli-h-r nf tint .SI'IXNKVVIUK
INi'lllMAltV, vreuW iiuiDt rwpi'ctfully liiHirM
his pntlfiilH nml tlitMiiilhtuil ih'iiituIIj-, tlmt lid'
illll roiitluHCH to li-jiitt L'tiunilciiiitl iiorvoim iIIh-
unsiid wiih ini'iuiiilMi'il succu-i*..
? ASICS AND GSNTtEMBN.
ItoiQiiinlior Unit !■»■•*• iniiiiMtjoii In tbo tMcf ot
[lino tin s^
COHIH AND BS HBALSD.
li mnUovi nut wlmt yonr (roilul**! iniif* 1», comfl i
nml let Ihu Unfit or oxuniino your cuso. It will
mi-it ynu iiotliliij- f.ir totimiltntlim, m>ploaBii cull
nml Batim*-** yini.*-.iilvi.-» wln*llii!i- tlm Uonlor iiiiilnr-
etnnils yunrcuan. II hu mm run1 you tic win tell
yon soi IT not. liu will toll you I hut, for ho will;
mil nntl-'i-t-ikii it tatio milt-fir. ho la coutldont of cf.
ftctiiiKftchro.
I'nrttn*) ut ii (Hi-tunc.! ivlililnc-trpiitmoiit, hy
niiiiiHii,* SSA nml n niimiti* ili*m-rl[.tlon (if tlioli*
tl'onbtOft will iciitivn in vetnI'll n full coursu nf
li'iinlmrnt siviiti'ly ym-kcll to ni not lo i-.tcllo cu'""
Ifnsitv.
Ult. fiPlXNKYwill cnuninti-o to lorfctt Flvr
Uiiildm-I llollam (or crcry cnae of nny kimi ov
cliiiriK-torwIikli lio niiilnrttiki'-iiiinl fiiilri tunuo,
l». B.—fiir-ahiin.m,*n of uliiirl lUniiillnfi, n riill
c.'iir'ifi of uu"Iidm.i, Midlclout for ii euro, with,
oil InttruclhnH, will ho mint to nny addr^ns on
rtjcclpt of $10*
CuJI or Aililrpss
Ui*. SPINNEY *€0.,
OSB-ly"    No.llKi,nmiy-st.,t*iiii!*'mind*ic.i1C«i1,
To Pibrases, CoMeLAINTS and AcaDtirn
which Hagyaku's Yhllow Oil is guaranteed to cine or relievo oitlwr In AlAM Of
Bkast.
taken iNTEmuur rn
CROUP, | COUGHS,
8   CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ale
APPLIED EXTEHHM.IV FOI
RHEUMATISM,
CirlLlSLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTRAC1IONS
LUMR.IGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNSj
RRUISES,
ITCH,
PA1XINRACK,
PAIN la SIDE, «•,
Every haul. euBnnteed 19 gin utenao*
tion or money refunded.
UIBEtTlllUWITK MOD tOTTU. MM Ma,
| ffi.MILETOH*«00.,**TOprtttOlt
1 VOKONTO, OUT.
"tTOTIOE.
NOTICK IS HEEBBY GIVEN, that
ut tho oxplratldn of Bixty .lays
fioiu the .Into of this notico,I intend U.
nuiku nnnlicutioii to tho Chief Commis-
Bioiior of tails und Works for pormlsiloii
to nurclinso three huntlretl ,un.l twenty
acres of uiisiirveyetl, niircson'eil, and nn-.
oecill.ie.1 Crown lftn.l on Texndu Island/
New Wostiulnstol' District, described KJ
follows:^
Cfommonoing ut tlio South-East eornoi
of Lot Hi thence tnio South, 40 chains;
thenee true Went, bO clioiuB: thonco true1
North, 4(1 cliuins; thenee truo East, 80
chains, to the point of oommeneoment.
(MAS. E. I'OOLBY.
Victoria, B.C.; Aug. 93,1882.
ALL  ACCOUNTS NOT I'AII) BY
the 15th inst. will bo platuil in tlio
liiuiilii of il Collector witli Instructions,
W. ,). 1'liUNCII.
Ncw\Vl-jI,. July -i, 1882! iy".

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