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Array 1
Gjvoi'nmcBt Guette
■■■„,,. ,., j, taautborlari to r—il,
Aev«rtlMnMt, for tola baiMr.  *
i run it."   ill     ii I'lil ml il   I
*mittllMA '•» II. at
"n. t,.Smll*CSi>.-,
wlm. i
NEW I«L_
i iiri'i**r—'/rtsst nn."
irsm i'i
-ahe j^^tsfiemm
m-xtkmur Menial, Bar JS, law.
ProTlnclni lands.
* ■ -      -
'Coiiclutlcil Irom ".flat Issue.]   ,'-;
IBAbEH.
34, Leant of unoccupied and an-
•utvayad land,, not axcaeciilu; tin hundred acraa in extent, itujr bo panted
_• tha Ji.gtWfliMJOT-.rnor ta Conn-
.-      -''issWfatii'.ot outiina liaj'
or. or purohaurs of land; at suoh rent
as suoh Lieutenant-Governor iii Council shall deem expedient. The torm
of auoh lease shall not exceed five'
years; but every such lease shall,
among other things, contain a condition yak-ng such land liable to preemption, reserve for publio-purposes,
and purchase by any person whomsoever, at any time during the term
thereta* with such compensation fur
improvements made thereon, to be
paid to the leaseholder, as shall be
fixed by the Commissioner of the-dis*'
'riot.
36. Leases of any extent of unpre-
oinpted Crown landa may be granted
by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, to any person, persons, .or corpora-
tion duly authorized in that behalf,
for the purpose ot cutting spars, timber, or lumber, and actually engaged
in those pursuit., subject to auoh
rent, terms, and provisions as ahall
seem expedient to the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council: Provided, how-
ever, that any person may hereafter
acquire a pre-emption claim to or upon
any part of suoh leased land by complying with the requirements of this
Act. Such pre-emptor shall, however,
only *be entitled during the term of
the lease', to out auoh timber as he may
require for uso upon his claim; and if
he cut timber ou toe said land for sale,
or for any purpose other than for such
use aa 'aforesaid, or for the purpose of
clearing the aaid. land, he shall absolutely forfeit fill interest in the land
acquired by. him, and the Commissioner shall cancel his olaim thereto.
36.. It shall be lawful for tbe Lieutenant-Governor: in Council to grant
leases to any parson for any purposes
suoh person shall have any oxelu.iv
right to the use of s'
the same flow na
oyer.his land, excel
have been made am
44. One month
"j'k'-w 1BP'«M
ahall post aj> in a..,_
.oneaohpertotft landte
the propoual diversion
late, or river, and on}', .__—
house, notices in writing, atajraj Iti.
intention to apply for ioll^-1*- -
"   and convey,.and din
ir (a, the cote may. be), .
Ionian reUtiDg thereto,
other thnn for hay and timber pur
poses, upon auch terms and condition!
as the Lieutenant-Governor in Coun
cil shall think Bt: Provided, always,
.,tha" every auch lease ahall contain a
'condition making auch land liable to
settlement, pre-emption, or purchase
. by juiy persons *homaoever, at any
" time during (he term* tVereol,* ttith
such compensation for improvement*
made thereon, to be paid to the leaseholder, as shall be fixed by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works,
I or hia assistant (or the time being in
the distriot where the land is situated:
Provided, that if the leasee be dissatisfied with the decision of either of
the aforesaid parties, he ahall be on-
titled to submit such decision to arbitration under the provisions of the
"Public Works Aot, 1872."
37.. The application for, any lease
under the provisions of thia Aet mutt
be in writing, in duplicate, addressed
to the Commissioner, who sh.ll retain
the original in his office, and transmit
the duplicate, through tbe head office
of the Lands and Works, to tbe Lieut
enant-Goveruor jn Council, who shall
decida on any such lease.
' 38. Before any lease is granted for
hay or timber purposes, the applicant
■hall give thirty (lays' notice of hii
intended application for a lease by a
notice inserted, at the expenso of the
applicant, in the British Coh
Gazette, and iu any hewspapor
latino, ih the district wherein	
land lies; and such notice shall atata
the name of the applicant, tha locality, boundaries and extent uf the land
applied for; auch notioe .ball be dated,
and shall b» potted in a conspicuous
place on th, laud sought to be acquired,
and on the Government Office, if any,
in tbe district.
30. Any person desirous of objecting to such lean shall give hia written
ration! therefor, within the time specified in the abovo notice, addressed to
the uid Commissioner; and the laid
Commissioner' shall, as toon at pot-
tible, forward the tame, with his rer
port thereon, lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Workt.
40. In the event of any objections
being entered at provided for above,
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worln shall hate power to hear, settle,
and determin. the right* of the adverse claimant,!, and td make such order in the premises as ho may deem
juat.
41. If no objection is mado at aforesaid to Ihe issue of tuch lease, before
the said notice expiree, the lease applied for may bo issued, if advisable.
U. Penoni who have' pre-empted
lands, or thai) thereafter record or
pre-empt any lands heretofore leaaed,
or which may hereafter bo leased for
any of the purpotei aforesaid, shall
have the right of pasting and repassing over such leased landa without
being deemed trespassers: Provided,
alwayt, .that auch ponont ,nhall not
commit wilful wuete or damage in pan-,
ing over such lands.
WATER.
43. Ivory person lawfully entitled
to hold land under thi* Aet, or under
any former Act, Ordinance) or P'ocla-,
nution, and lawfully occupying and
b»na Ma cultivate landr, may record
an* (frert io mfeh aid no more of
any unrecorded and unappropriated
. water front the natural channel of any
itream, lake or river adjacent to or
patting through tuph land, for agricultural or other purposes, at may be
reasonably necessary for such  pur-
ipeoity to dairy the quantity.
recorded by the owner of such dl
then   the exclusive .iflght   of  I
owner thall be limited to the quantity
which auoh ditch maybe capable of
carrying, notwithstanding auch record,
until such ditch ahall be enlarged so at
to be capable of carrying the quantity
of water recorded by auch person.
46. Priority of right to any tuch
water privilege, in oaae of dispute,
ball depKhd on priority of record.   ;
47. Tho right iit entry on and
through the lands of others, for carrying waiter for any lawful purpose upon,
over, or undor the laid land, may be
.claimed and taken by any. person lawfully occupying and bona fide cultivating aa aforesaid, and (praviout to entry) upon paying or securing payment
of compensation ua aforetaia tor the
waste or damage ao occasioned to the
person whose land may be wasted or
damaged by auch entry or carrying uf
water.
48. In case of dispute,' such compensation, or any other question connected with iiicn water privilege, entry, or carrying,. may be ascertained
by the Commissioner of the district in
a summary manner, without a jury, or, I
if desired by either party, with a jury
of five men.
40. Water priviiegea for mining or
other purpotei, not otherwise lawfully
appropriated, may be claimed, and the
aaid water may be taken upon, undor,
or over any land so pre-empted, or recorded, or heretofore purchased, by
obtaining a grant or licence from the
Commissioner of the district; and,
previout to taking the same, paying
reasonable- compenaation for waste or
damage to the person! whoso land may
be wasted ur damaged by such water
privilege, or carriage of wnter, and in
the event of 'dispute as to tho amount
of compensation, the same may.lie ascertained as in the last preceding sec*'
tion is mentioned.
60. Any owner of any ditch or water:
privilege who thall wilfully watte any
quantity of water heretofore ur tiere-
aftcr acquired by record ur otherwuttC
by diverting uny moro of it frum iti
natural course, through any ditch or
otherwise, than the quantity actually
-required- by him for irrigation ur any
utlier purpose, shall bo punished by a
fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each auoh offence, to be recovered before a Justice of the Peace,
Stipendiary Magistrate, ur   Commissioner, in a summitry manner, and iu
default of payment by distress, or by
imprisonment for any period not exceeding six months; and no owner of
any first record to any ditch or wator
right shall have any right to. interfere
with or prevent the construction uf
any dams, break-watnn, or other improvements made or hereafter to be
made for the purpose of  saving or
economizing tho water of auy creek,
lake, or water-course uf  any kind:
Provided, that the oonttructiiin or use
of tuch dam or break-water duet nut
nor will divert auch water. from ita
proper channel, at. the point or place
[where such owner takes  the water
iiu»d by him into hi. ditch or channel:
tided also, that the -construction
' use of tuch dam or break-wuter
1 pot injure the source from which
I'mens taken, or the property of
* iriy or parties, by backing water,
ig, or otherwise: Provided, also,
['disputes anting Upon any mat
., .of thing ih thii cI,uh contaiuod,
■hall be decided in a summary manner
before any Justice of tha Peace, Sth
pendiary Magistrate, pr C.miuiiuioner,
who shall have full power to make
such deeiaion as shall teem to bim just
nnd equitable.
51. The proprietor! or occupiers of
any landa aubject to irrigation may,
with the content in writing of .the
Commissioner, by means of flume.,
ditches, or drain, through the adjacent lands, run their surplus and
wastewater Into any creek, gulch, or
channel: Provided, further, that when
luch power ii exorcised by either uf
the above offioera any Ciimmiasionen
acting under tho Drainage, Dyk'nti
and Irrigation Ada fur the time being
in force, thall uot be at liberty to interfere with the power au exercised.
The provision! of thia clause shall be
subject to the prov iiiontuf the law fur
the time being in   forco   respecting
H. HiTllEllK, M. tt.  .
ttrricK-Collirablu St., opposite I-ostotBf e.
■    i.-:...'. .i ; - ' -. - ■..) v-.-ijji:ii'.'.   . ■
KraiDMcs-st. Jotm Mini, tHMIM tb.
:  rutilU!«mo6l,rIev> wttWiitiMer. '.'.'
j I ,-. ■:"..-. .j _;gibw-tt  ...-*,:.;-„'.-,".,;
* i.«r*«i«*;*k.*is#**'*r»i
>**s*i» Sff*
Aren. M««r>«lt.K Au. •»• 1
— ___ wain, St, _. ,.
ita-oHtoyat College of
JOSEPH   OOLDSTONE,
Auctioneer & Valuator I
' JOMttNOANDRB.
LYinoVffW.
tf  M. COOPER, B A..II.O.,
_ ^^JHyaici an a sciweon. .
OfBhttS nnd RR^t!HClt--5CiKiiirti Ht,
* ! (Wit door to'twwjw JlSiie), near
, i (Alumhta Nt,, New Westminster, B.C.
OPPICR BOlTKS-«tolO«.m.: ItoSand
ilo fo M p. m. Caiii in town and coun*
try promptly attended to. fezto
W-0HII I. M' oriBB, K. Ot,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
te of Trinity College, Dublin,as
, unu-mii'   r,cltlpl>.  TflShf      -
to tho people of Lillooot.Ma*
ttlstant Surgeon- lat
HlHi (****
.,   jomble
it india'Oompntfy fleryVce, wishes to
announce to tho people of Lillooet.District tbfti he has taken up till residence
■UtMllTMn'id opened a drug store, All
cammulcatlORH by mnll promptly attend*
-"■ to. myl7-9m
pORBOtLD * McCOLL,
BARRIHTERR, 80UCIT0RH, AC.
OrriCR-McKcnzle street, New Westminster, ft C.
r;
W. AHUHTBOHn,
BARRISTER, 80UCIT0R,
l*OTA.»-jr    X»T7»UCI7    JOTO.
' Opnotite Colonial Bote),
NRW Wr^MINSTKR • -    -' ■ EG
T   T  V/ILKIRIOH,
' 'custom noor ss phoe maker,
Cbltllwhank, B. C. Flrat-Claa«workmao-
ahlp. Repalrlng neatly and quickly executed. Terms strictly cash.        mySl-'nu
■.timet.. Pwralati.it.  Haw. Ihartw
■a an* a.,.
RROP-Meruhant Hquarc, Columbia Ht.,
Ni* Westminster, In rear of Thos. Ov.n's
Blacksmith Shop. felsto
Ever' Nan to his Own Business
'JA..   ?ESLS.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPI-   COLONIAL HOTEL),
NEW  WE8TMIN8TEB,  B. 0.
Phyilclani' Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specialty.
N. B. —Only Gonulne Drags used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mrSM
BRITISH GOUIMB A
EXPRESS  COMPANY
The attention of the public In cnllcd to the
REDUCTION
!■ our mien «f Exprrsa frelithl and
MftHcy Ki-MlttHtirri) lo nntl A«M
Victoria aad Tal«*
COME AND SEE
Good Tines Bin Codu Agun, 8071!
IHB PHOPBIETOR, JAMEft TURN-
. BULL, having amain taken possession
of lhe TtkfSMAHCE HOME fronllngon
■S)lamblH ond Clmreli HtrfietR, opposite
FSplMOpalCburcli.CUyof New Wc-ttmln-
it«r, B. c, and now known as tlie
FARMER'S    HbME,"
Will acniiunimliilf* all his old frlnnilH und
flic puhliP irfinrnlly whoftivorhlm with
a mil. at old pi-locx. Bnnrd por day, SIM:
Board per week, 8.5.00; flltmle Meals, %
oenta; Bndu, iB (,-i-nlH. Bi»-(-lood ueeoinmo-
datloriforI,udlet- and Families,    uuStttv
— DKALERS IN —
iCEOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
flOVERNMENT   STREET,
Victoria';
British   Columbia.
HTEIMWAI	
KIBaUWI	
I Hit Kl»IM...
■AISKst	
 Plisoa
 PIA>0»
 rumoa
  rikson
. BELL   at <0*irt.\V-H OILAII
 (JMltcl
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA*
ume in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of. Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prides.
Cabinet work- and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches. Tlio undtrsi^iicd
lias the only HEARSE in tbe City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store.       , '  au5tc
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,,
Fancy Goods, &c,
TALE, b. c.
. LAROH
STOCK  ALWAYS ON
ii   hnhu.  uoods not In Htoolc will i.n
(iitlijcd promptly.
Vewcpapcrs   and   MagaiUtrH   *mj>-
pllod from nil parts of tbu world.
JaWtc]    A. O. JOHNfTON, Manager.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Bat**-).        M        M        X   to aa-^aolto tS»KbHc I
tl       A       A       h« ponaWd Um> abort Hotel,
■   Wl   't\k *»■   «ve>7UiiD|-^wai br foiind first-ola
The Only FiPB-Proof Hotel
in the Oity.
the mm Mnmwi
IH I'NDEB THS CHARQE OF AN
MPKRIWCl'D ARTIST.
X to esnSmeto flieP«bHc that he
[otel, where
t-class, and
TffO YOKE OK OYEAR OLU WOKK*
OXEN for side. Girlli from ll feet II
in. to 7 foot 4 In. AIno-1 1HILL and I
HTAO, mihrnk-Mi, {food sf/.e.
WM. II. I^ADNEH,'
S9tc. Liuhtct's Liindlnif.,
TOR   SAJL-E
Jn ACRES OF F1RHT.CLASH
OU 1'lffl- »n<* dry farnilng land on tbe
Cud bay mud.    About six Huron Cleared
FIRST Pll!
KURTZ&CO
-FOR-
J. BAGNALL,
IHPOttTER * MAKUFACTURER OF
MmiAT *> rstr,
1    Hoim- ASomoN painters,
GrAfnlDv, KatanrhIhlng and.Pap.r'Hana-
Ina. *»m.p-nRrkson stre.,. nppoalto tpe
M.wW'a-mlnatn]aU,y.«rWestmlnsti-r,
British Columhls.    ... .ps-te .
-yj-ft aui a towlb.
OROCKR A OKNERAI.DBALER.
Good  Aacommodatlons for Travelers.
Opposite fttaamboat Landing,
LANOLEY '....- .....R a
 rerlt^m	
UflVAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Ffrst-Cliusteoommodntton for Travelers;
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
ny'l-VM; Proprietress
pom,, upon obtaining tha written
aothwitr pf the Ooministl*ier of tht
district to lhat effiwt, and a record of
Ihe tame thall ba mule tilth him, after
due notioe at herein mentioned, specifying the name of the anplioant, the
qusntitjf somht to bo divertod, the
place of dlvonidn, (he' abject thereof,
and all tuch other particulars as tuoli
Oommlnioner may require. Forever*
tuch record the Oommittioner thall
chirge a fee of two dollan; and no
compensation for entry upon occupied
landt for carryinn water through or
over thein.
2. Iu measuring water, iu' any.'
ditch or sluice, the following-rulei
ahall bo observed*-Tho water taken
in a ditch or sluice ahall be measured
at the ditch or sluice head. Mo wuter
thall be taken into a ditch or sluice ex.
cept in a trough placed huritontally
at the place at which tha water enter!
it. One inch of walar thall moan half
the quantity1 that will put through an
orltioe two inchet high by one inch
wide, with a commit head of aereii
inches above the upper tide of the ori-
flee. " ■*
-irna. N. t. HAHlPBB,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry Smi, and Crafrrta- •unlaw asul
faaerCeada.
First-Class Dresamn-terln ntttiidnnce.
my21-'«4-ly
m J. TKAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAWER,
Columbia Street,.. ....New Westminster
Arrangement, are being mwle far an
eiteaslve Auction Sale of leilliW,. to
mke place la Var Veil. ParUe.de.inu.
of'dlsposlni of their tarns,etc.,will do
well to pl.ee the same In the hand, of the
above.
■ All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best refcreaees
liven when required. mhlaWe
racleagrea aad. Faxcels
Not Minfalnlnn any oxtrsi vatuahle orilnn-
K'-rous compounds, under
IS IM to Yale  ..:..,..},..,...,.:,„ ai con's
so 16s from Viotorin. .25 cent.
■tMEON-E-2-
In currency or Imnk noti-a.liiRiii-nil nBulns-
any loss whntever, per $100
Tb or from Vletorla Scents
To or from Y.le A all point. In the
Interior riOccnts
FRANK S. RARNARD, Manager.
FRED HOMER, Front Strew, Agont nt
New westminstor. np2-tc
MESSRS.
AND AU. KISP3 OF
W";
,L VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and executo orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will re-
ueivu jirompt attention. jy28to
m h. PALDiJfe,
LAUD, HOUSE ANDGENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Collector, Conveyancer,
LIFE, FIRE * ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agent for t*. T. Johnston A Co., Hbednnien,
 .VlotorwJ—
Awl John Leahy, Brewer, Viotoria.
offick:
McKenmn Hi,one anor from onuiniiia Rt,
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
•         aplD-to
Rcspofl'.fully hog to inform Uio pnbtioof
New W'-.ttminuter und DlKtrlnt that
they have commrnceri liusincBS ns
Und Snrve)ois4I)mufflilsiueii
Kctl Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers. Accountants. &e.
And am nnw prepared to receive inntruc*
ttons In thpfrsnvornl hmnuhns.
All bUHlnPM placed In tbelr hands wit)
receive prompt nttoutlon.
They hnirrfor sate Town and Hubiirbnn
Lotaln New Westminster,
Town Lots nt I'ort Moody, i'ort Hammond and Lots on town sites at-
Hrstlnx"i Granville and
English Buy
Also fnrmlnit lands on the Lower Kruser,
Ofllea-FllOKT 8TRECT,
•Matlter. t. *. 1-nMpaay's Wharf.
fe'Mc.
New FnrnitiirB Store
.t3. It thall be lawful for the Lieu-
tenant-Governor in Council tb tall
any vacant landt of the Orown, at
make free grant, thereof, to any person or company, for the parpme of
dyking, drainini, or irrigating the
lame, aubject to auch regulatiom at
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
thall see fit. ,
tWPHOVIOID CASH.
M. Unless otherwise ipteitlly norf.
Wd at the time of sale, all Crown
lands told thall be subject to sueh
public riglttt of.way at may at any
time after tuch tale be tpuolned by
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
(Continued on Ith Page.)
It. X. CaOASDAIt.F. A. •»'. 30S.V.H,
OmMOAILta JONIt,
lIMale Af >al> aa* Brak.ra.
Tartlelllar attention .paid, to the site ot
rarmliir landa.
Money to loan at low rates or Interest on
Improved terms.
Large lists of town aad, country property
forsalc.
Port Moody Agent, >ir. Ciiarles rotter.'
OmcE-Government Ht, near Broughum,
-rntwta,«.t.    POboxUI.      upMc.
W.PROTHERO&CO.
Mannfaotitrcrti nnd deafen* in
Furniture
Of all kinds, including
W.U.NUT AND ASH   EXTKNSION
TABLES,
'JBNTRKTAB1.ES,
I BEDROOM .SUITES,
WUNOES, MATTRESSKS, *:*., AC.
W.D.FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE.
—A»I>—
Sent aid Debt Oollector.
SEVERAL •OOOPAMK FOR MU
Unt Mr Ik'TllTIUIU* U«l
1*1 ACCIIMI llfinUTOIW^
tttUm. "ttfm,
OFriCK: - MeKensit StrMt,   Vew
Wettmlntter. M
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
-    MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Build in a,
Yates -Strict,
VICTORIA, •' BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Viotoria, Eaqul-
malt, New Westminster and the Distriot*-.
IN", tt. l'nrties desirous of selling their
btock, Stock En trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing. the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can tin-, a Cash Buyer by calling
on the abovo, Offico of the British Columbia Wire Works, AU sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Ofltoc of ilarimr Maaleraail Port War*
lira. felo
<CIGARS
[Signed]
A. PEELE, Sec.
(oeffle)
everytaina will tie I
at rcuoawle rates.        __^___
Tke Parian aa* Dleepiif Apart-
■till are uoder the anperintendence
of Mat. AottiN.
Privitt DMi| Rmm tor Uin,
FimNlM Mtt MvitiPirim.
i MnjHT letflir. lot*, com-
modions, oonoortably. furnlsbed, and
well nipplied with hooka tnd papers, Is
proTldedfortkettseof guestt.
vmmlm--m.
It sappllrd wttb tke oholoest brand, et
Wises, LiattoM, CifiAia, tke.
JM0. AUSTIN,
Paomiwoa.
and fenced; small bouse und
Ithltutorobtird of vouni
ply lo
mylmi
Bond Hour.
yomiR Hnnle trees.   '
WILUAMMUHNAY,
letrees.  Ati-
IIAY,
Langley.
FOR   SALE.
Ci PI. EMI ID FABM OP 130 ACBBSi
p w — * '---	
■OHSC _..._, „..,	
y<*unKon.-linn1 uf nlxiiil UU trceH; ft ml
from the bont laudlntf ul Lui-nlwy.oiillHi
I'ruBk Rood. Rady ti-rmn.  Apply to
mylHt       HR*SnV DAVW, Langley.,,,
.._ uere-t lilnlily Imju-oved, with itood
buMHn anil otubulhHiiKS, mid :t rtuiirlnliinf <
^™_..:—i.--.k^M-.....-\.- .      incli
TKC3E
1
Milch Cows For Sale.
THK UNDERSIGNED HAH FROM ONE
lo ten good i»ll«li cows for n»lc. They
are quite gentle and lli-NH-Iiiws inilkn-r-.
For pit rt f culurM apply to
P, GANNON,     .
Huteber A Btock Dealer.
mlilfrtc. Ladner's T^indiiif.
Oity Property for Sale t
fftWB   OVpSntORED,   WHO  U
±   about to remove from the city to a
suburban residence, offers his city house
and lot for sale.  For price and terms apply to   ' '   ;   * .,   ,7r •■■    •       ;
JAMES KENNEDY,*
mynte                        On the premlsci<.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
0JTE ACKJB OF LAMD, HOBB OR
Jess, nt the Maplo Ridge public laqd-
ing, containing two houses.   One bouse
nearly new. contains ft rooms; tht other
hns eight rooms. Will be sold together or
separately, cheap-for cash, or rented to
suitable tenants. Apply to
np30-3m
JNO. McKENNEY.
Maple Ridge.
Farm to Lease.
In calling the
Of this city ami surroundings. I wish
to state that I have *
Jvist  deceived,
A large and
All kindti of Furniture, MattteaRc*, &e,
amAe to order in first class style.
Hivlug purchased fbr ensh, we intend
|tof«U at Victoria prices.
CUI and see oiir stock hefore piirohns-
| hf[ elsewhere.
Show Rooms- Holbrook's Stone Ihiild-
tof, Columbia st., New Westminster.
my 14 to
-   NOTICE.
IriltikrolumblR Penlieminrj-.
na-ttriRGD-A Tr.d. m.traeior
MX tor B. p. tv-nltenttary, ns Tailor: must
neairood ou •<•! and fltt'-r.  Applytottie
*jafcn-    Byr£-!..ll«BB)W.M,n.
i    Of Udit-i' und Cliiltlrt'n s
SOOT ANO SHOES
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
I wish In hnpres:i it forctl>ly on thoir
irtmrlfi thnt
f.o Store in this City
Can show a larger or
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And thnt no store
SELLS AS cfHEAP
■ As me.
Country orders carefully and promptly
filled.
MRS. EMMA GOLD,
ColumbiaSt., opp. KweuV Canucry.
noS-tc.
Dominion Saw Mill Co.,
UMITED.)
RICHARD STREET. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Manufacture!* and Dealers in all
kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
Kinouni,   ■
shingles,
Lath,
Pickets.
Ac, Ac.
Orders   fro-n   the   country
promptly   filled.
of quantity and cost of material for
building'   carefully   prepared
free of charge.
Mrsi*elasit -tralB>«lgetl liMrtag m
Speelally.
J. B. HENDERSON,
nolMtc] Maxioik,
BARGAIN"-
y Mate!
Tlie following very eligible aud vain-
tiblo property will be sold nt rBIVATE
HiLK. Full purtinulars furnished on np-
plli-:itirm In the uiiderslRned:
SonUlwust -'a itoct Ion, liloek M, IowiikIiI;
li, Nurn-yi liKUu-reH; HO acros pmlrlo; SO aid
it 'lolftiiii; within '2i-i mill's of New West-
iniutiter.. Tho making of un o.tcellent
fnnu^-hisf tot, kihkI market.
Klttlitv nei*es, north <<|or northmiHt'; of
rit'i-iloTi ii, ii>wiu-ii!->:', \Vith roml mtimiiK
throiiKh io Mini Ilny; tl inllcN from New
u'i-ximinster: alder bottom, with (lr lo
•ionffi.   To he sold til a hnnialii.
J.; lloi-Ncnu'K Itmtelic, LunKlcy; lot ,U\
iinmp-2,W*t\cro*i ;K) acre* nmler eultlva*
tton-ni-i'iitml. Inrap bnfn, slnhlo nnd cub*
in, Tlii*. i** ono nt the cheapest pieces of
Itmdhi tin- fimrkr-t.
Ilnrtoil I'ltiJric. Iinclt of Kt, Mnry'-i Mis-
slnn, nm lien--, of iin kooiI Innd ns there Ih
In ihe Province: nil In one block; very
ncurlhc llni'of thrl'.P.K.; hits one Ninall
liflitsq i liKivou. This Is a nut- elinnco for
one or more pm-tioH desirous of Kcttinun
litt-Ro farm, for ilnlry puriiosns esifcelnlTy,
ncrvs; tin Improved fnrm, with cerilflrntc
of Improvements,
Northwest}{ ot nocl Ion 32, township 11,
The I toot h Farm, Ladner's Lauding; 210
aereii, nll prairie; IH) nnder cultivation, and
SOO miller fence; good dwelling house nnd
farm huitrtlng*.   A grent Imrpnln.
One nearly new-nam. by (.'hnllengor
of London.   Price, £250.
One second hnnd
T.J. TRAPP.
 npSMe	
New Fish Market!
JAMES TAFFANDALE
HAS JUST OPKNKD A1WN FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,*
East of the Holbrook House, where will
be found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of tho best quality.
Piinhnie. delivered in any part of the
oity.   A nil it solicited. mh28to
HASTINGS, B. I.
rnHlS FINK ASD COMMODIOUS
_L oew. Hotel ha. been recently own-
pleted ud it furnished with every convenience for the comfort of gouts.. The
situation and accommodation, are unnr*
pasted oo Bnrrard Inlet, which hit be>
come the most f uhionible
WATERING PLACE
in Britilh Colombis.   The pre
charminf, the ata breete. arelnvlgonuV
ing, and tha fsciUtieB {or bathing and
boating an eicellnt. Private Sitting
and Dinias Kotoa. 1!olttt ol apart,
meats for la—in or parties. The Bar
It entirely detatcbed from the main
boildiug.
Ml The Hotel is aader the immediate
superintendence of Mra. Black.
Fintclu. tabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.
jy28tc
BLACK,
Proprietor.
G. A. McTAVISH,
SEED 8MWER A FLORIST
NtHh Aaaaleh,
VaMcomrr IslaHtl.
l LL 8HBDS  SOLD SHALL Prar*
ALL  8
to be
wfll Unil UmUire^iiHnnd'pianrH offered
" y mo nro from 25 to 100 per cent Less il
bick thnn nny ottered by them.  Havln
  is i-oprcsonted.    By comparing
my prices with those pf other dealers you
hy me nre from 25 to 100 per cent Lns is
Prick thnn nny ottered by them.  Having
no expensive ntore or other establishment
to keep up, I can afford to sell cheaper
thnn others, and by doing so give my ens*
tamers the benefit.
1 make n specialty of sending plants hy
mnll, and will guarantee tl.oir safe ar
so fnr that I will replace without extra
charge, nny thnt may arrive dead, provided thnt I am notified Immediately
utter nrrlvnl of plants.
For pnrt leu I nrs se s Catalogue.
anttml
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Keu-l' tfirMlM Ike 0»lt»l»l loto,,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LABGESiT AND  CHOICEST
assortment oijall descriptions of
MEATS AND VEKTAIUS
Constantly on hand, and topplied to Familiea, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE PMCES.
QUARTER SECTION IS. TOWNSHIP 6,
in Delta yunlclpatlty, 100 acres. The
farm is prairie, all dyked and cleared, 100
acres ready for the plough. A good frame
house 34180 baa Juat been erected, and a
barn JOxfO, with  thrashing machinery
farm is prairie, all dyked and cleared, 100
Wtt'l
_, „ „.,.,  —rHhint m_. ..
dflven by water power. About 30 acres
under timothy. Also a young orchard,
Particulars on application to. ,    ,
T.W.KHNL*'-"    ' i
mhS-te Ncw.Weatminster.
FORSALE.
w. h. sata«v
Wishes to dispose or his RlaHoaer* aatl
■Mk Hate and the good will ot tbe bust- .
nest.  TEHM8 EASY, whicli can be obtained on application to T. J. Armstrong. .
March Slat, UH1. '  apSta.
foOalb
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Roadi two otner roads runcingthroiurh
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,.
dentc Ladner*t Landins;, B.C.
8ECOND-HAND
EipiXforSele!
CYLINDER 8x11, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill: with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; alao, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
In good order, and maybe seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill.' Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECKBROS. SCO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1883.   [delate
FOR SALE.
a «AMi «w«*biiiii,
Free Id Mil.
IV ACCORDANCE WITH THB pro-
visions mudo at last Maslon of the leg*
iNlutfve assembly* notice itt hereby given
Unit aPraaniRh School will beopenedat
NEW^ESTMINSfER,
During the first week In August next.
This will be U Govern ment School, and
tlie eourso of study will be that prescribed
by the Provincial Educational Depart*
ment, The currlcnlum will embrace all
mihjects neceaaary for College matiicula*
tion, and rormllfjrliig porsons to obtain
provincial taiohon,' oeraBcates. Tbe
school will be dnder a (Irst-elnn8 teacher.
I*ereonH desltoij*- of entering the claasaa
should commnnlcate with tne Secretary
ns early as poiatble.
-    T. J. TRAPP,
myJMe Sec. Bd. of Trustees.
F.F.NELSON,
HAS    JCST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a fnll stock of
Dry 6oeS8,«rocerli8, nt 8m>
enl Nerchndige,   .
Whioh will lie told it New Westminster
Prices.
Ural r.r Mm«i AaHttetB ArrMeat la-
' Noxt Door to Caledonia Hotel.
iMWo
08I0INE A ALEXANKI,
628 Market St., San Francisco.
Mechanics' Tools, Hardware, and Ma-
chtnery. Catalogues of all onr goods sent
fr»c on application. ap26*Sm
AM EXCKLLBMT RBITAVRANT
and grocery buslnese, with commodious house, containing all the necessary
fixtures and furnishings for the business.
Tbe owner has engaged In a business
which requires his continued absence
from the eity.
The house, with restaurant and grocery
■tore, will be Included In the sale; the
ground lease has nearly five years to run.
The restaurant Is fitted with the requisite tables,chairs, Ae., nnd tlie kitchen with
all the necessary utensl Is and. a splendid
The grocery store Is provided with shol v*
Ing, counter, show glasses, scales, Ac.
Terms, whieh will be arranged to suit
purchaser, may be learned on application
at the
LONDON RESTAURANT,
liower Columbia Ht.,
New Westminster.
Orto W. D. FERRIS,MeKensio streel,
mys-tc
R. T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULKR,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and eliwpfy Bound.
fiovrmaeil street. Victoria, I. €."■.'
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
, of and run a Huntington Shingle
Shingle'Machine. Steady employment
an* good wages to a first-ulass man. Ko
other need apply.
B, STEVENSON,
jy7*to] Chilliwhack
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHOIFS
Boot ft Shoo laniifiictorj,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOMA   PRICKS.
R. THOMAS,
8'iop nnder the new Oddfellow Hall, Colnmbia st„ New Westminster, SEN «PVE«TI5EMENTS THIS MY.
Auction. '..... .J. Goldstono
Bear-Hunting Taught. J. J.Shinabarger
Appointment... .Provincial Sectretary
-She fritwh Columbian.
Weoetdar attaint, Mar »s. I*M.
All Agreed.
It it quite remarkable to observe
how unanimous the people of Victoria now are in denouncing all kinds
of gambling, and stud-horse poker in
particular. From the 6 councillors
who took steps to prevent the city
barrister appearing against the poker
players, down to the editor of the
Post, all declare with wonderful
unanimity that thoy have always
beeu opposed to gambling and never
Intended to lay or do anything that
would ehow r, friendly disposition
towards what every one knows is
among the worst of vices. Not only
tio, but the saloon keepers themselves
join heartily in the grand chants,
"Wo all oppose gambling 1" The Post,
in its eagerness to set itself right be-
foi* the publio (and particularly before the saloon keepers), lifts its
hands in awe and asserts that it has
known these men for upwards of 20
years, and they could never be
induced to cheat or prevaricate.
Well, this is most encouraging, if it
is somewhat unexpected. There are
doubtless as bad men to be found
in other places as can be found in
the saloons; but to learn from the
simple-hearted Post that all the saloon men of Victoria arc, and will
be, and always were, opposed to
gambling, is enough to take one's
breath away. It is a matter of
common belief that gambling has
been generally found in or connected with the saloons. If publio
opinion has been misjudging these
men, they have cause for sincere
gratitude to the Post for its manly
statement of the truth.
Still SlrngKllnK.
Borne time ago the Victoria Standard worried itself dreadfully over
tho steamship Umatilla,* the dry-
dry-dock, and the provincial government, From a very nice piece of
calculation it showed (1) that if the
government had pushed on the dry-
dock work, the Umatilla wonld not
have sunk in Esquimalt harbor; (2)
tbat it would cost $60,000 to raise
her; (3) that it would cost at least
$35,000 to repair her, after being
raised; and that (4) the province
lost the benefit of an expenditure
of *90,000 of foreign money because tho government had recklessly
given away the dock. We pointed
out nt the time that there seemed
to be something incomprehensible
in the calculations. If the Umatilla did not sink, the $60,000 expended in raising her would certainly not have been spent. The
province wonld receive only the
benefit of the $35,000 whicli it was
proposed to expend in repairs. To
tbat tho Standard never made a
reply. In his issue of lost Friday,
however, he returns to the subject
with some new light but no more
reason. The cost of lifting the
Umatilla is now pnt down at $65,-
000, and the cost of repairs at $50,-
000; and the Standard persists in
asserting that the whole of this expenditure ($115,000) would have
been made in the province if the
drydock had been ready. This
claim can only become intelligible
when the organ withdraws its assertion that the presence of the dock
W.onld have prevented the sinking
o{ the Umatilla, which is probably
true. Wa have a curiosity to know
whether th* Standard sees any way
to reconcile its different statements
on this matter, or if it is purposely
putting forward a fallacy in the
hope that perhaps it may escape detection. We ahould be very glad to
have the Standard!, candid answer.
A HM* Dinger.
The person who invented the
inrcroteope must carry a tremendous
responsibility. Every few months
we are startled out of all composure
by the announcement of some new
evil which 'he microscope reveals
standing ready to,prey upon human
life. The water we drink has been
shown to. contain millions of minute
animals of different shapes and habits; the food we cat is largely made
np of distinct organisms the origin
and destiny of which we cannot
comprektrnd; and the air we breathe
teems with new forms of life, some,
perhaps, harmless, and others carrying, oertain death. One of tlio latest discoveries of the microscope is
that coin which has been long in
circulation is the feeding ground
and nursery of a species of bacteria!
Thia ia ■ moat lamentable find. One
would expect tbat silver or copper
coin, constantly in use, would scarcely over assume conditions favorable
to tb* development of life on its
surface. But Or. {Match has
studied the nutttt for yaw with
hi* little miorotoope, and there's no
mistake about it, 'In tbo course of
long handling, these coins, we are
told, accumulate upon their surface
a thin incrustation of organic, matter, which* the bacteria penetrate
and in which they,.enjoy all tbe
various shades of actual life. Or.
Beinsch scraped off some of this
organic incrustation, and found that
it contained myriads of these minute organisms. Now, medical science
some time ago discovered that the
chief agency in spreading the most
deadly epidemic diseases is just
these bacteria. Tbey have; been discovered in varions tinlooked for
places, but nobody over had the remotest suspicion that they could be
carried about on a well-worn coin.
And how often do children foolishly
put these coins into their mouths!
In this way epidemics aro spread
ovor lands very remote from tlieir
origin, and the life of a nation is
threatened. But if the' microscope
had not been discovered these nies
sengers of death would possibly
have remained hidden and unknown.
In. science sometimes it is folly to be
wise; but where lt'nowledgb points
out tho way of safety,' wtsjloin may
be freely accepted aiTentiroly preferable to German bacteria scraped
off old six-penny pieues.
Provincial secretary's Office,
ilrtl May IBS*.
TTI8 HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT^
H Governor liu* been pleased toupi'omt
Henry Kipp, Esniilre.io be lmmtemtlon
Aneiil tor the Municipality ol Olillll-
vfhnck   , 1   inj'28-lt. ■
Important to
ifliers
I shnll soil by public auction nt ,
-riOT-pUsT-ei   ■XkTB.J-—*'
—ON—
Wednesday, June 4th, 1884
At 11 n. m., tho following:
1 Stage, nrflt-clnss,3sots double harness,
1 Net I ingle harness, :l HtHge horses, 4 cum,
14-Korse whip, doubletrees, curry comb,
hrush.de. IJ.VCKSCUKWM. Alw.tlie
following Furniture; noubtii nnd single
HodMcnd*!, Wushstnnd, Bureaus, Woollcn-
Strnw Mut'rcsB.  Tonus Cash.
.1. OOIiBSTONE,
iny2s-3t Auctioneer.
Leading Still.
Paragraphs sometimes find their
way into newspapers ' relating to
trade and navigation which would
lead ono to suppose that Great Britain is in danger of losing her position as the first marine power in the
world. But she still leads by at
least a good length; and the following figures, taken from the Scottish
American, do not indicate approaching decay: " During- last year foreign countries made good progress,
but that ot Britain was far gt eater
in proportion. In 1882 the progress
of British trade was as great as
ever, bnt during that year the progress made by foreign countries was
much more marked, us during that
year the latter carried a much greater proportion of the trade than in
any previous year. But 1883 told
n very different tale. Tbe total
tonnage of sailing and steam vessels with oargoes and in ballast en
tared and cleared at ports in the
United Kingdom in that year
amounted to 64,961,753, and of
that 47,039,079 tons were carried
by British ships—an increase of 3,-
368,718 over the previous year- and
17,922,674 tons by foreign ships—
an increase of .only 101,800 over
1882. But taking a decade the
different progress Is still more
marked. In 1873 tbe total tonnage
so cleared was 44,439,986, and of
that British ships oarried 29,647,-
.344 tons, and foreign ships 14,792,-
642 tons; so that while during the
decade Britain has increased by up-
wards of seventeen million tons
foreign countries have.only increased
during tbat time a littlo over three
million tons. In fact according tn
that report for last year Britain has
now 72.4 per cent, of the total tonnage. But taking steam vessels
alone British progress over that of
other countries is still more marked;
and that is a most important fact,
seeing that steam vessels are fast
driving sailing vessels off the sea.
At least three times as much work
can be got out of a steam vesesel as
out of a sailing vessel of the same
tonnage; so that a preponderance of
steam vessels represents a vast deal
more than is seen on a first glaiiee
at the figures. Tho total tonnage
of the British merchant navy last
year was 7,196,401, asagainst 6,-
908,650 in 1882. This increase of
287,851 tons is entirely composed
of steam tonnage, because the tonnage af sailing vessels is much less
than in the previous year, This increase of the one and -llecrease of
the other has been going on for years,
Sinco 1875 the tonnage of British
steam vessels has increased by 1,108,-
700 tons, while the tonnoje of British sailing vessels has during that
tioio decreased by 676,900 tons.
Laat year the tonnage.et vessels
built in the United .Kingdom
amounted to 892,216, which was a
large increase over 1882 or any
other year. Of that 124,640 tons
were ships built for foreigners', nnd
the balance, 768,676 t6ns, were
ships built for British owners. The
tonnage of ships built in the United
States last year only amounted to
265,430, a decrease of nearly 20,-
000 tons from the previous year.'
as regards France tire statistic* aro
only known to 1882, but iti that
year tbe ships built there amonnted
to 56,694 tons, as against 20,735
tons in 1881--the great increase
being attributable to the bounty
system; but in addition there were
bought abroad during 1882 for the
French merchant navy no less than
78,612 tons. Regarding tho passenger traffic British vessels are still
supreme. Last yej'r there were 836
vessels, representing ■ more than two
million tons, engaged1 in carrying
passengers to ports put of Europe,
while there were only 31 foreign
vessels representing 61,690 tons, so
engaged,"
BEAR-HUNTIM
TAUGHT
IN FIVE LESSONS BY THE MOST
approved mcihoiKnriimncy rofmidoil,
by J. J. SillNAllAiKJEH. Pupils mny enter iln-cla-wi ut any lime, and must, furnish their own gun, ammunition, oto.
[Sito.moans buttermilk.] Freshmon will
be practiced tbe first i ime upon tnmc pltfft
mull they can hit nn 8*tool tamer at 76
yards. An experienced undertaker will
accompany tbo '-lass upon nll expeditions. All pupils are renuested to tnalte
their wills and set their lives Insured, as
while running away from the bear, they
might full down and fatally injure themselves. Good references given, such as
the famous bear-slayers Itobi Hume, Esq,
nnd Geo Turnbull, Esq.
All pupils must use copies of the Mainland Growl for wadding as it will lie on the
bear so heavily that ho enn be easily
despatched.
'   No molasses or honey, to t-unx bears out
ofthe bush,will be allowed.
WEST END
Plnln and Fancy
ill   xiuiiU) iiuo-    uuiauu,
And Confectionery always on hnnd.
Delivered to any part of Iho Oity,
SCEXiXiY BROS..
myS'He Columbia street.
h> Land Begisiry Ordinanca 1870.1
lots S, 7, 20 and **r, Block XXXll, loM
Block XXVII, and Lots 13 and 15,
Block XXVIII, all In tlw Ctlfi
of yew Wcttmtnsler.
A CERTIFICATE OT INDBFHAS*
Alblc title to tin* above m-nif'-ncd low
will be issued to lltmry Valentine Edmonds nn the 22nd day of August, 1884,
unless in the meimtlnie a valid objection
thereto be made to tho undersigned tn
writing by some person clulmlng nn estate or Interest In said lols, or somo part
thereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEflGATT,
Acting Rcglttrar-Qonoral.
Land Registry Offlco, -Jist Mny, 1891.
my24*8m
TO UE SOLD BT TKNDEH PIB-
suunt to an order of Mr. Justice Crease,
a Judge of the Hupromc Court of British
Colombia, made in lhe mn'ler of the
goods of Chas. Patiucx Donnelly, do-
conscd intestate, all that piece or p iree!
of land und excellent business site al
Harrison Hlver, known as Lot Ten A.,
Group One, in tho Yalo-Lyt on Distriot,
British Columbia, containing TWO AND
ONE-HALF ACRES, moo or Ies*, situated near the June Um of Harrison und
Fraser Rivors.
Tenders will bo reonivnd by nnd aro to
bciuMressod Je the undersigned at Victoria, B. C, not lutor than Hie lull, ilny of
Juno, ItfKI. at 5 o'cloek p. m.
The highost or any lender nol necessarily accepted.
Particulars and conditions of snlo may
be had on application to Die undersigned.
Dnted lflth Muy, 1831.
JAMES CPttEVORT,
nij-24-td . Registrar Supreme-Court.
Just Opened Out
 AT	
son r«plrs ftfuwlde Library.     .
Including tho Now Style.
Robertoon's 3*B1I Nm-Im.
TIRED OOT. 3?
exhaustion without effort, which makes life
a 'burden to so tnnuy people, Is due to the
fact that the blond is poor, and the vitality
consequently feeble. If you are suffering '
from suoh feelings,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
19 just whai vou need, nnd will do you Incalculable good,
Ko other preparation so concentrates and
combines blood-purifying, vitalising, enrich*
Ing, and invigorating qualities as Ayeb'a
Sakha pa ii i i.i. a.
I'REI'AUEn BY
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold I>y all Druggists; 91, six bottles for *&
$_______*
LOOKOUT!
For thi.-* Space. It
belongs* to
Vory Complete Line of
The Potils, Various style*,
Mark Twain's Experience, 1 bit.
Job Lot of 25 cont Novels.
Richardson's Piano Instructor.
detie's Organ Instructor,
Superb Song Book, $1,
song Folio, 81.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Bonks, Stationery, and Music, Columbia
" street, New Wesl minster.     '
THE FINE STALLION
BLMIIUVK MARGIN
Will serve during the sen-
sou ns follows:
 SUMAH	
[At Mr. D. MflOillivray's), on Snturdnys,
Mondays nnd Wednesdays.
 (HILLinHAlk	
(At«r. A. C. Wells'), on Tncsdny** nnd
Fridays.
—KNOW LER	
On  Tuesday evenings and Wednesday
mornings.
Blaek Hawk Morgan's pedigree nnd record have been published In the 0-fl.TJM-
bian, nnd he Is In cvpry respoot n flrst*
elnssnorso. ■
Terms nnd particulnts on application to
the groom. , ,
.W. TUROOORE, Proprietor.
W.Mtu.kii, Groom. my!7*le
$100 Reward.
THE ABOVK REWARD WILL DB
paid for such info--mutton as will
lend lo Iho conviction of the person
or persons who llred a hullettH-oughtlie
front window o'my s ore, ou the night of
Friday, tho 15 h Inst.
JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
May 20th, ISM.  my-'l-2w
Building Ground
Ou Columbia and Front Mitels, S. Wt
BOUT 25 FEET ON EACH STBEET,
__ or through from slreettostrt-ot,ean be
leased for building purposes; next tho
Holbrook Houso and Webb's gnnMiiHh
«hop.  Apply 'o
HENHVV. EDMONDS,
tnhG-to Land Agent.
A
NOTIOE.
NOTUr. IS I1BIIEB1- O VEX,
that I ib'oikI o apply ,o Un ''li t
LN.mmis.ioii'f' ii I.iinii nn I Work" for
..ermis.sii.n :o purdinsL' III- n''P s nt lull.I
.liimii'il In N.-w Wrslm.n.s.'er Distnc',
d.'HiTlhL'dusfo'lows:
Coliiiiieiulll i »■ th" S. W, co n r of IM
471, Nor li Aroi of Burriml lm i, then c
w.'st 10 cliiilna, llielicu no.tl: 10 chit ll ,
llu'iic ldisl JO ehulns, IlicllL") rtuiuli 40
chains, to iJOlut of bogln'iftlg.
mylTMS       JAMES VAN BR'AMfeK
FILES' PAUIFIO COAST
POULTRY
LIVE   STOCK
 QOOE—
A FINELY ILLUSTRATED BOUK,
of great value to Poultrymeu anil
Stockmen.   Seat anywhere on receipt of
DO cts.
myI7-liii       T. K. PEARSON 4 CO.
0. J.  xuin-uii,
BUTCHER,
CENTRF.VILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
The Best of Meats
Constantly on hnnd.
Mrs. M. Harrison
HAVING ENLARGED HER HOTEL
j opposite the "steamboat Lauding at
Chilliwhack, is now prepared to give the
BEST ACCOMMODATION
to the travelling public. Chilliwhnck
is the most delightful Sammi-r Retort In British Columbia, Splendid
drives and delightful mountain scenery.
my21.3m.__
1884.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
IlMtiWB-s JUo.i7.iM- bcR-inn Ua nlxly-t-iqliili
viilnme with tin- lii-eun-Uer Number. It Until
only tlio miMt populiir iilm-tr-ti-il (,eri>.l.rii1 in
Atnerlciii-d KnglS'd, nlwny* fully uliroiist ul 'llio
time* In It trealtiii'iit ■ funblect* «ii current -*-H-iiil
mul intliistrinl intim-at, nml nltvayri udVuiiciiir; it*
■Uii'lnriliiniten.ry, iiriintle •nd nii-cli iimul >•*.-
ceUciici'. AmittiK lm ntiructiuim for tSS-t .,w n
m-w nerinl i|[)»ul liy Wm. Dl.ick, illiiHtiatfil liy
Ablttjyi a now a vol by li. I-. line, Hliiiit riit.il liy
OiliNnn nml Dit'luinu; tli-M-iiutlvi- ilhuirHtr-il |m.
tieii-it-><to-. H. "■■uj-ht-i... Frank D Mlll'-y, C
11. Fnrntinm. nn>l oiKit-; Inipurtimt hltMcnl
nnilliloKt-ii'ilik-'iliiiiiiii1,--': itntrt rtorlc-i liy W.I).
Huwclli, Clmlt-i tti'iiilu, ftc.
IIAKPER'S   PKKIOIUCALS.
FEB   YKARl
(lAUPKR'S SHUAZINII *l
HAIIPKR'BWEEKLY  4
llAltl'EK'SUAZAIl   4
HAItlMSIt'P V0UM1 PEOl'LB 1 «
IIAItPBTt'8 Fit ANltUN sQUAKK UtlRAItY,
Odo Ytmr iW Vutnl-or-ii 1
The vitltimcst i.f tlm Hwwim lii-triii with tin-
Numbi-i-i. fur Junr nml tit-i-niilicr nf i-'it-h .vinr.
Whim nu time In '•iii-lfl-'-i. It will t-snurtfr-in-tl
thnt th« -*ulncrll-cr wli-hc* t« licftHn witli tlictcni-.
rent Nnm rr.
Tlm lum M-iht Vulumc nf Hv ntt't \iunmi,
fn tii.ot cloth liliitiliiK, will lie nnnl by nmil. piiHi•
imlil, on recol|it nf |3 ner volume Olotli I'mu*,
for binding, Mi ccdIn e-tch—hy nml , pnet|mid.
Inder to Harpkh'-- Maoasisk. Al|iliaiiotii-iil.
tnnlvih-rit, ami C1-i»fAiil, lor Vtilanie* 1 tnd,
In'-hini o, from .Inn.-, lB.'il), to June, 188u, m.o
vol., svo, Cioth.lt.
Itfemittnncet ahnulil lie miulo by I'mt-'illic'i
Money Onler or Draft, to avoid cha ceof Idmi.
Newspapers are nnt to copy this i-ihurtidfimiit
without the erpr-HR order of (Urper A Ui-other-i.
AtldreM UAIUT.lt A BltOg., New York.
1884.
Harper's   Weekly.
ILLU8TRATED
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
julO-tc	
Stage Line!
PORT  MOODY.
rpHR UNDERSIGNED WILL   HUN
1  ii firat cltiBB
Four-Horse Stage
Between Now Wcs1 minster nml I'ort
Montlyj Icuvtiig Now Westiniuster every
muruiiig; rcturuiug, will leavo. Tort
Moody between .' ami 4 p. m. These
fltnges go ovor tho N KW HOAD to Port
Aluoily ilireet, ciurying both PttSHeiigurs
ami Frmgiit.
mvlT-tc JOS, M.WISE.
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NEW WESTMINSTER,    •
K C.
Full (iRnoi'hncut of
HARrn's Wbklt «t«wdi «t Ihn lionil of AwitI-
cm Wurtrainl w«<ekiy ,1..!tnii»U. Ily U unpwrtl.
■an |.cwltloti lu p -lltli»,it* nilnilrnble illuntrntlnnii,
Iti carefulty-chn*oTi **risli, ehort utorie-, nkotchM
ntid pootnR, contributed by the fort-moat nrtii-t*
ind euthori ol the dny, it oirriei timti-urtl m nml
entertfilnment tnthou-inndiiof AmerfcRn bnmwi.
It will nlwuye l» tlieulm of iho ptUillihn1* l<»
make lUim'i WnKlT tho trnnt popular nnd «t-
trtctlve CinilW newnpapcr in tlie world, aud, I'
the pnmunnce or ttit» deign, to prMenl bc*
nliint Improvement In nil thnW frnturcH which
have gained fur It Jlie confldenco, lympntliy and
impport of Ite large *rmy of roadere,
HARPBIT8   PERIODICALS.
FBR YBARt
HARPRB'8 WEKtfUT W
HARPER'S MAaAEIHl«...A 1
HARPER'S' UAMR 4
HARPER'S YOUNO WWPLB 1 W
HARPER'S FRANKLIN SQOAHE UltRARV,
One V*Mir(62 NumberiJ I
Portage Freo tb'nil imlwcrlben in the United
Stato* or Canada..
The Volnmei of the WekKiv beeln with tho fint
Nnmlierfor January of each year. When tm
lime to metitloued, It will be undent wl that the
■ulmcrlbor wtlhee to commenco with the Nuinoer
next after the locMpt «f-inli-r.
The laet Four. Anntutl Volnmoe of llAtpm'*
Wuilt, in neat cloth blnl-ling, will he nwnt hy
mall, iKMlann p»Ii), or by wprew, tree of eft-Min
(prirtldwl the frol)tl:t duet n t oxdood ono dollnt
pel volumej, for IT per volume.
Cloth Ciw.ee for oach voltimo, euUabli' for bind.
lug, ||ll be aent hy mall, pojtpnld, on n-rcipt or
Rem itunco* ehould ho mndo by I'mt-Ofllee
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance uf loa,
Newipapen nre nit to copy thU advertlaomcnt
without the esprew opler cf Harper A Rrothem.
Addr-M*       HARPER A DROfi., New York.
Consisting of
l'Vntlioi-s ami Flowers, Kid nnd Summer
<! loves,  Surishuiles   ii»nl   Pnraaols.
Mlnck ii nd Cqiniv'd Sut'iifj((Cash-
mero  nnd   Ereijeli SuVcefl,
KciirbiimSdrge, Frenijn
Moiiiio, 1-liiiu ami
Urocu'd Gran-
ailiius
Prints ami
Sitteeiifl,! ailics
Bella, lJibbinifi mul
Laues; .Silk, Uale nud
Bjilliri-igiiu   H-M.-ry,  Silk
Velvets ami  Velvet'ona, Otto-
tmni Cloth & Nun's Wiling, Plain k
Brooiulpd Holiiiiins, Frillings k KriiigeB.
Ladies' Neckwear
lu tv.-i'v stylo.
CREWEL PATTERNS,
Wools and Silks.
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
Men's uml Boy's
Spring and Summer Suits
Acompletu line of
Gent's    Fm-nfehings,   comprising  Silk,
M'-rimt, Canton Flannel and ('otton
Underulnthlng; Wliite aud Colored Dress Shirts; Linen k
Celluloid  Collnrs  und  CufTi,
Otn.t'u Tut.nm) Kodrfn itt I'lidksa variety; Hamlkcrehlofs, Unites, ko., ke.
VALISF*SftHAND.^AGS.
Largu assortment of Indies' Gentlemen's
and Children's
to Hats.
Fnll lino of
Hrussels Tapestry, Kidder and Hemp
Carpets, Rugs and Door Mats,
Cretonnes, Lace Cnt-tnins, Towels, Napkins, Htokorys, Finn-;
<     nets iu all Colors, White and
Grey Calico In alt prices, quilta
and toilot oorwa, mostitnto bar.nll oliades.
White, Brown, Gwy and Scarlet
Annual Report!
The Directors of the Ittijal Columbian
Hospital have to n-port tlint.ditrjn^tho
yejirs 1883-4 thoy have done' therr'ntmosi.
toku p down tbo expcnmtN of tin- Int-tltu-
tlon. Whonthey took office tberc was n
Uihtnf HONu-talnst tbe InBtitullbn, Which
bus bi cu cleared oil, tiesidi-s wliich thi-
Host-ititl expenses exc-eded theOoVi'rn-
inent gr mt b,v ovor $100 a month for Huht
nut orth" twelvo mon bB.'altiioUfh blur
Btrc en economy wiisixr-ielH'-a    ' '
Tin* nirec:or* lmvo '** th ok thftpubllo
un I be Uiivernmenl forthPlrgroat tfsslst*
a n oo,-        ' ..''••-
Duiimttbo liiHt kcs--1oii of Piirllnmem
tin citivrniiieiithuvurintcil-JJOOtowiiidH
mos necj-miry ropulrji a th*-Institution.
Tlitw I't'iifiiis buv" tir.be -ii complvtO'l by
".ii i ■ ■ i.    hi s; i Jo •  nut ..j.|n-.ii in
nm rnn-iirei'-'r ror .-ai > lie Government
will bon.-l tin- mon y'o (iHrMiied-HnorH,- ■
We'desim to thank MemlumoH Ue-
NuiiKb'on Att'l Dnnti* for the useful--b<U
wbli-h 'hby'.coMcote'- for ondiiro-tsnteil ity
ih'H .upiiii; for tbe i>< noil' of patients.
We nnqi-x our Tronnbrfer's t -port, wu^
aeon's wri^ri, un-l sub-«-pip'ion'l-*tNfioiii
Clinton- Katiiiot-p', Lytoii, Moodyvillo,
[Iiisllnga MUlf Urniivlllu jitidNew Wem<
minRter, •
.   MnrRfou's llepurt* ;, t     rta
V'"Y W(*flT5HN8TFn. \l>r- 0[ I8M.
. "Ib ihe members ttf th-j iiorutt of the Royal
Columbian //awU"r-tiSSTfaGMC**:—I lmvo'
iholiono' IpprcV'nUo yoiithofollbwhi-f
rcporf for ihe yeoV.viidtqat Alst March, \SM^
Th" mim1 urof pn'li-iit- ticitodWust, In-.
lo'ir, 70; 6« dwir, -10. The numi.er of
ciilh- 1») was u lnr.-ji- p rc'i'liiiiBe, bill J
n iy siit'o h-ul.*,oftlH'Hi-va»ml»lnijt.y*.
ivi 'on-liuoii, und di d w.ihin a Weill
afier 'i-'In-*' a iril'Hd. Cnus h of *lea'l.:.
H-nr dlseiise,!!; b'llin dl'ieaw,'.'; Anour-
Imn, :;tlir'nli- i|.-ilmlKin, :;  ' lOOJ poi-
on nit, *!; briinulil m, 1: im-umouln,. l;
nlr hhls, 1; nlwc"ss 1: Mincer, I: gmigrth',
I; f iii-inri' of spine, I. 'lolul, 111. lam
ulii i iiis|iiieHiaf>fr"iit Imn'ov.-mentsb-ivc
iim n mad---, lit .thp bull 'Ing. 1 hove tho
lionoi lo l)e,&o.,ynurs/alIh.iilly,
„ '.    :.R.i. IIRNTI.KYtM.a,.
Sii.geon.ItC. II.
-    Boanl ofpirrc|*M, 1883-41
*nW. I^ofe^-^S^S^".... ■ Presldpnt
j. w. Harvey Vice-President
W. H.Koary Brc-Trensurer
ti. K. i-oriankl,        James Cunningham,
ILKlliiill, .CM,  McNuugbten,
TrniHorrr's Bt|iorll
The Roytl Colutnbtni Hospitalin account
with IP.' IT. ft'enry, Treasurer. |
BKOEIl*T8.-'
Oovoriim-nt^roht d„	
Do. !o nny ln^t y-urSliHis..-..'...
Donn'lons und stib-'crlpfions....
Pavinir piMonts	
Proceeds ofConc-rl .-,	
Oliuioh colh'Ctlphs ....
,.»HtXl 4'
  WO00
.... 100-i 44
exi'rnhituhes.
Siilai'los •■■■•
Fnn-rals	
Wa-ililnir.'.-v	
Wood and coal..
Mont...	
Vccotniiles-....;...
Globing	
L'ght	
Furniture,	
Repairs.-	
Groceries.	
1.--H c
277 f
722 1
1414
11 7
Kl»h..
Mlllt .'. .-•- ail 7
Drugs ..'. ; H9i '■'
M'-*li(til eouiforts... u   7« f
Drajli-jo ,     5 7
Nur-imr.*.-. ....■■■    Ml
filatlonory, postage A iclograms.'... -'26 '
Printing* advertising ..'„. .*    51.7
Stocl(-twk.|hg ,     10 (
Insuninco ;.... , 45 t
I .ii nil i-r..       5 t
.SlilppingincurablSs. ,. ...34.1
sniidrles...'.; ;          '.10 i
Ualdlltloi- from last yenr paid off.. \w> f
Hiilaucc  l
Totals .50751 ■
-Examined nnd found correct.
w. h.falding, Auditor.
MhlMrrliillttn Mstst
Xr.WWEST*-|l!f Ten.
■T8'KtltiKiTewit.!$iW,wi
WNovtnivnlWU...- 'A- 'it
I [I Flaly-r aina
Corli nlA-fr^Coll an 00
Sli-wrti'l it C'H-ll  lo (K!
II V IMm ...ii*  tp'On
ll.Klilott....  10"
3 Drl-ili-u-p..'...'...'., ti
.IfillH-loy    G OH
.1 Vim Volhcntk-rg 5 w,
0 I'it i-iolrl-di    6 0.
J A Ulilliiw    10 00
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W B Towuw il    6 IN
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W D Ki-rriii	
\V Hosh	
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fiti;.i a Mi-ini'i-ii	
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A W Mitrrsy	
I A -"ti-vt-piin	
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2 (Hi W Mi-tntyro	
1 on.Wm ll->fli    	
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Dressmnking and 'Millinery done on the
Premises,
,L
JAMES ELI.ARD A CO.
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NOTICE
PARTIES LOCATINO;JUU); PHE-
cmnttiig land are tttreby notified
tbat lunil within the limita of the Hasting. Sav Mill Company's lease is not
open, for settlement, and that any one
enttring.thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
BICH'D H. ALEXAUDER,
dt8rtc. . Manager.
Lumber
Shakes
SHiFreElS
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
illough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Win
ilows, Mouldings, Turned1 Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
; idling cheap for cash.
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th o'f the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
we intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ALL old accounts must be
settled on or before the
:21st day of May, or they will be
placed in Court for collection
without fail.
i^V\L 11TV PL\V|\G VILLSCO.
'   NEW WESTMINSTER.:
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A LARGE CONHIUNMBNT
JiSTJlliD*!
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
A Bf -LA W
To Enable lhe CwptMllM mtShe Mulr<
Ipallly «f (MlllHluiekl* Balac ihr "
Hum or 0»e ThMiaMI BtUan tor   '
the r-trpMeThertimwt Forth.
    THK MI/M1C1PAL
Council ot tlio Municipality of Chli-
Onk Thousand Oollam for the purpowi
of ercutlng a Municipal Hall, and In ordur
to do no require tlio Mini ot 11000.00 to lj«
„B.4..,.....I  ...  .. ..- ,.—i-,Ker ro.
WIIBBBA8,
Council of tlio Municipality of Chli-
whack hai naolved to rahe the mm of
. Akh WiiKitKAHf it will ruqulru the huui
of KM7.00 to bo ruined annually by npeclul
rate for the payment of the said debt and
interoHt. as Is hereinafter mentioned.
ANnWiiKKKA8,tho«inountof tho, wholo
rateable property of tho gatd Municipali
ty, nccording to tho lut revised Aswan*
ment lloll, being, for tie yenr I883.110OJMO
Irrespective of nny future Increase ofthe
rateable property of the Municipality, and
of nny Income In the nature of tolls- Inter-
eKt or dlvltiehdH froin tho building, and
nlso Irrespective of nny Income from the
temporary investments of the Bfhktnt-
Fnnd.orof nny part thereof. it"-,,
And Wiierkah, for paying tho interest
and creating a Blnklntf Fund for paying
the said principal nnm of I180O.00 SEA Uu
terest as hereinafter mentioned, lt will re-
Jiulre An oqnaiannuat apoclnl rate of me*
ourth of one per cont in the dollar.   ';
Be It therefen cmmIM fey tho Reovo
and Council of tho Municipality of Chltll-
whackc-
lst. That it shall be lawful for the Reeve
ami Council of the Municipality of Chilliwhnck to raise, by way of loan, fsom*any
portion or persons, body or bodies coipor-
ute, who may bo willing to advance the
t<ume upon the credit of the Debentures
hereinafter mentioned,     "	
S-^SJ^J-M-V 'n «ie .whole the suip ojf
81000.00, and to cause the same to be f
into tlio hand)) of tho Treasurer ofthe said
Municipality for the purpose nnd with the
object above recited,
2nd. That It shall bo lawful for the said
Heovc nnd Council to causo any number
of Debentures to be made for such sums
of money as may bo rcqulrcd.not less than
9100.00 each, and that the said Debentures
shull be sealed with the soul of tbe said
Municipality of Chilliwhack, and be
signed by the said Reeve.
3rd,, That tho said Debentures shall be
made payable In six years nt furthest
from tho day hereinafter mentioned for
thin By-Law to take effuct.st the residence
of the Treasurer of tho said Municipality,
and shal I have attached to them Coupons
for tho payment of Interest.
4th.   Thnt the said Debentures shhll
bear Interest at nnd after tho rato of eight
por cent, per annum from tho date thereof, which Interest shall be payable annually, nt the residence of tho Treasurer of
the suld Municipality.
6th. That for the purpose of forming n
Sinking Fund for the payment of the said
Debentures nnd the Interest nt the rate
aforesaid to become due thereon, an equal
npcclnl rate of (me-fourth of one per cent,
in the dollar shall, Inadrtltion to all other
rates* be raised, levied and collected In
each year upon, all rateable property In
lliesnld Municipality during the continuance of the said Debentures, or any of
them.
6th. It shall be lawful for the snid Municipal Council, from time lo time, tojpnr-
chnso any of the said Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the some, and
all Debentures so re-purchased shall be
fortcwlt h cancelled and destroyed, and no
re-Issue of Debentures shall be made In
consequence of such re-purchase,
7th. That this By-Law shall take effect
-and -ome Into operation upon the day
of A. D. ISM. ,
Sth.  This By-Law mny be cited for all
Bttrposes as the " Municipal -Hall Loan
y-Law, KM,'- r.
Take Notice*
That the above is a true copy of the pro.
posed By-Lav, upon which the voto ofthe
Municipality will be taken on. the Mitt
ISM A.B. fast, from 10 o'clock tun.'till 4
o'clock p.m„ st the following described
place: CMMUCfetMlwr.CsitrelrlUe.
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BranittitaBHa,alidlBSUMir.Acnits*'.
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Our property lists ue now very oom-
:ilctrt anil wu would call attention to th.
Howhib; selectiont, whioh we ire en-
ililiid to offer at very rettonable ngnns.
Titles guaranteed:      ;
New Westminster City.
Lot 20, block XXXII-good residence
.ite.
Subdivision of lot 10, block XXXV-
(iUxl3il feet.
Southwest} of lot 17, block XXXVI.
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mul fenced; adjoining residence of W. B.
Townsend, En.
1/its US anil 70, block V.
Subdivision, ol lota I and t, block ».
,  Subdivisions of lota 10 and 23, Mock ?.
New Westminster District
''   Hood farms in all parts.
Ido acres on Fait. Creek road.
4.10 aores at Mataqni—good dairy forms
highly improved] to be sold with ttock
anil implements if desired.
200 acres at Sumas—a aplendid chance
for dairy farmers.
245 acrei near Ladner's Landing.
.120 acres*on Loin Island.
PortMdbdyi
A largo tnd complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townt'te.
Land Surveying
In all ita branches) man compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to. aiyVra'cxporlenoe.
' Having been over almost the wholo of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, wo are in n position to
givo intending purchasers a correct description of the property offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rales of interest.
Agents For      .
Tlie "Ph'tnir, of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool ft London ft Globe Insurance
Companies. i,
Tho Kiiuitablt life Assurance Society
nf tho United States.
Gladding, McBean ft Co's terra cotta
ohimneys and vitrified stone tewer
piping. ■
OFKICE-Klard't Block, Colnmbia
Stroet, NoW'TVettmlnster.
npistr       WOODS ft TURNER
Port Moody,
m%
Sew Westiinster,
Port Hammond,
Fraser Valley, I
i     FOU SALE BY...f.i.
. C. D. RAND,
Real Estate Broker
....AND..
NOTARY  PUBLIC,
Colombia Street,
WESTMl
 ORDERS  FOIW-
SURVEYING
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
MONEY TO LOAF
•';iU»ALSO-—
ipsl far Wi, fin ul m
Iniuranoi oommnim.
(apHtel Transient Advertisements.—Firat Insertion, 8 etx. vet line; subsequent Insertions,
2 cts. per line. ,. ■     .
Regular Commercial and Business Ad*
vertlsements.-! column, «2 per month;
W col., 17 Per month; wool., U ner month;
21nches, « per montli; 1 Inch. $1.50 per
month. These rate* to be eharged on
standing advertisements which remain
over 8 months. If for n less period the
rates will be: 1 col., «15 per month; >$col.,
IS: K colt,IS; 2 Inches, *3; 1 Inch, fe
Specials, among reading molten-First
Insertion, 10 cts. per line; subsequent insertions, ft otH. per lino.    m. ;
Births; Marriages and Deaths, tl eaoh.
Funeral notices accompanying death no*
tice,50 cts. extra, . ■ ■
li»* All transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpitrlel,
whieh makes 12 lines to the Inch nnd 7
words to the line.. Display lines must be
allawedltjrIn making estimates. Hood-
vertlsement Insertet for less than $1.00.
lot glritish (Totombian.
vTeiMM*w Msmlv, Her IS. MM.
The annual camp-meeting at Chilliwhack begins next Wednesday.
It ia admitted by common consent
tliat tie Blupe doem't .run aa fast as
sho might.
Houses uaunnt bo got for any rent
iu thit oity, and thoro aro far too.few
under construction.
The Victorin bate ball club boat the
Sounders at a very clmely-conteaM
game of hate ball on tho 94th.
Bishop Sillitoe, Archdeacon Woods,
and' party, leave thit morning for the
great Indian pow-wnw at Lyttun.
Between San Franoisco and Victoria the steamers will be reduced
from evory 5 days to overy 8 daya
attor the 8th prox.  ......        ,
Mr. Jot. Golds-one advertise! an
auction sale next Wedneaday when a
ttage-ooaoh, hones, and other articles
will be aold.   See adv.
It wat remarked that tho first flag
'united in thii city on the Queen s
Birthday wai an American flag, and
floated over the American Hotel.
The tnag-boat Sainton ctme up from
Ladner'a on Saturday, having removed
all the visible snags in that region.
Yesterday morning she left for the
northarni. .
Twenty-four children are reported
in attendance at the Port Moody publio sohool. But the benches on which
theae children have to ait ure not just
what they ihould be.
Mr.' D. R. Brown's house, in the
Mud Bay settlement, took firo while
he wat at tea the other dny, and was
totally destroyed. Very few of the
contents were saved. .
It it rumored that the Port Moody
road will be closed against trafflo until
it has been completed and accepted hy
the government. It ahould never have
been opened till that was done.
Than were a large number uf visitor, at Victoria on the Queen's Birthday, about 600 of whom eaine from
Puget Sound. The celebration didn't
amount to a great deal, however.
The Nanaimo Free Press compliins
that there's no-railway boom anywhere
on tha island. Only about a month
ago tne Fm Press bought a power
preti. and enlarged itself. That wat a
■ubttential boom.
The magistrate's judgment in the
cat* of McMahon vs. Crotamnn, for
larceny, was that a criminal action
. could not lie, although the lawyers
might. McMahon'a proper course
would have, been to sue for the
amount.'•"''•J*'1-:   :
It ia again reported that Van Home
ia on hit way to British Oolumbit, and
ia coming thn time by way of Kicking
Hone pass. We doubt it. We thall
not bolievo that Van Homo it iu this
province until be becomes visible to
the naked eye.        '
the Martfuia of Normandy, late
governor ifc. Visions, Australia, hat
presented a petition to Q teen Victoria,
signed by 63 chiefs of the island of
Tanna. of Ihe New Hebrides. It
prays for protection againat the French
and for annexation to the Australian
colonies. >
The presentation of medalt hy the
former Governor-General of Canada
hat keen continued by hit Excellency
tho* Marquis of Lansdowne, through
hit secretary. The innerintendint of
education fiat received one silver nnd
two bronto medtlt to be awarded hy
competitive examination in the schools
ef Vieteria, Nanaimo and New Wett-
mintter.—Colonist.
At Buckie sSht.—The people of
Mud Bay made arrangementt to keep
the 24th by a publio pio-nio at the settlement's, favorite retort, Bliokie'i
Spit. About 60 or 60 went duwn the
Nicomekl in bunts and canoes, ud
were loou camped on the lovely sands
of the seashore. Ill the forenoon a
ame of bate baU'wt. played, and it
..id been arranged that the afternoon
ahould be devoted to other athletic
tporis. After dinner, however, it began to rain; and the picnicker! were
obliged reluctantly to pack up and return. Goiiia* up the river tome of- tho
boats gut aground, aud were relieved
with conaiderable difficulty. Arrived
at the bridge (he party soon organised
a dance for the rest ut the afternoon,
and it became so interesting that it
wai kept up till near midnight. Notwithstanding the nin, everyone was
delighted with the day's recreation.
—. T*>-	
Twttrav-Foosra it Moonvratt.—
Theday was loynliy observed, as usual, by tho people of Moodyville.
Among other sources of recreation,'a
very pleasant excursion party went up
the north arm of the inlet, whore the
scenery is grand and- the fishing good.
This party wat composed of 6 ladies
and 10 gentlemen. They started nut
on the high'oncd snd elegant excursion steamer Ratter, and after proceeding about 8 mllet up the arm
struck across to the lake which lies
about a mile off, and it known to Ko
full of flth. To reach this the excursionists had to elimi) a hill 800 feet
high, but tho effort was ahundantly rewarded. Tne party had four, tents
which'th'ey erected and spent-all. Saturday in laying in fresh provision,
for Sunday. About' 46 trout were
caught, tome weighing nea ly 10 ll>t.
It is "said" that trout luive been found
i.i this lake weighing Ht) lbs. On
Sunday evening the party returned, delighted with their'excursion; and as it
was atriotly a bine ribbon party, there
were no headaches on Monday.
'    —;  ♦—1	
Steamboat Reform. — Mr. Vigor,
the newly appointed steamboat inspector la giving the small tteam oraft
on the Fraser river, what they consider
a rough deal. Until lately some of
these little vessels hive been having it
all their own way.by carrying passengers from New Westminster to various
points on the river without being
properly certificated lo do so. Thia
haa now been put a atop to; ami in
future the lawt with regnril to marine
passenger traffic will be vigorously en
forced. These will require the boats
to htve a certificated capUin anil engineer, and ■ alao neeaisary meant for t he
preservation of life, such as boat., life
buoys, etc. The law doet not apply to
steamers towing boats in which are
seated a reasonable number nt persons.
— Victoria Standard. We are inclined
to think that the "rough deal" will
extend quite beyond Fraser river. It
is generally believed that steamers
have been allowed to run iu British
Columbia waten long after their safety
had gone.. We hope Mr. Vigor will
enforce the regulation! with vigor, lio
matter where his thunder happen! to
atrike. Human life it too precious and
uncertain to venture upon steamen
without proper equipment.
The Mile met.
• —  •   ■
The following is the score made by
the riflemen who took prise!' in the
tournament last Saturday:
.   200 yards-E. S. Scl.ullar, 24.
300   "   —Oapt. Peele. 20.    .
400   "   — H. Shadwell, 22.
500   "   —Oapt. Peele, 18.
POO   "   —O.ipt, Peele, 18.
200, 300, and 400 yard. — Ctpt,
Peele, 63.
600 and 600 y.rd«-C.pt. Peek, 38.
Silver Cup, for 2nd and 3rd class
sHott—Geo. Tnrnlitill, 64.
Silver Spoon—lit class shots—Csiit.
Peele, 89.   , '
SWEEPSTAKES— "MARTIKI-HEMIY'
400,600, and 600 yards.
E. S: Stuull.r-21, 22. 20-68.
Oapt. Peele-16, 23, 18-67.
W. Wilton-9, 21, 22-82.
Geo. Tunibull-18, 17, 17-62.
Snirnno Itims.—Saturday, itr. Irving ror Hope, itr. Yosemite for Vic-
tori*, str? Dontmuir for Nanaimo, itr.,
Slopo from Victoria. Monday, itr.
Slops for Victoria, ttr. Irving from
Hops, strs. Yosemite, snd Ruby fr m
Victor's. Yesterday, atr. Yosemite
for Victoria, ttr. Slope from Victoria,
str. Slope for Port Hammond.
r.—; *~ :	
dm Cornell At a special meeting of the . city council held last Monday night Mr. Deane gave notice that
at nut regular meeting he would introduce a nylaw empowering the council to tell certain public squares for
the purpose of nising money to con
struct the Now Westminster snd Port
Moody Railway. It is'expected the
bylaw fill be presented next Monday
, night.          .         '.
Pouce Court.—Thero was a full
•apply of material for a court nn Monday otorning and It wat disposed lit at
follows: 2 celeitiali 1 tno. each for
toppJjtj»g Jiqunr tii ludiana; 1 Kanaka
3 mm. lot being drunk and resitting
the fnKoe; 2 Indian women 1 montli
each for having liquor in their poiwi-
lion; 1 Indian |6 for having got out-
aids of his liquor; 1 half-breed, re-
manded.   Yeaterday   then   wu   no
"Ark Oeleb«atio» at IuUMnut't,—
Aboot 60 or 00 ptnonS went town
from thit oity to the Queen's Birthday
celebration at Ladnert Landing.
There were a large number of viutun
present from various settlements, and
avsry one wss prepared for a good
time. Rain fell shortly after noon,
but the sports were kept up until the
programme had . been pretty well
oleeradoff. Tho occasion was vory enjoyable, however, and pronounced hy
everybody s grand success..
Tin Twrnr-For/RT-L-In, ooniid-
«a*ion of the recent aad bereavement
of the royal family, the Queen's Birthday was spent very quietly bythe
people of thia city. A number of
citlseni went to Ltdnera, there were
several private*-exounion parties tn
Granville, Hitting!, Purl Moody, Pitt
Rirer, tbe Coquitlam, and other favor-
it* resorts, and a good many wsnt ovsr
i|lw river. Tho base ball people
.amused themselves at the asylum, and
tho, riflemen at the butts, There were
showsn in the sfteruoon which tome-
what marred the pleasures of tho day.
♦
Buna Fount.— Agreements of Sale,
Ussss, Cttdt, and dl kinds of blank
/ormt all T. R. Peine* * Co's.—Adv.
From M.iple Ridge.
(Con-espondenoe of tb. Columbian.)
The baso ball match between, the
Port Hammond aud Langley teams
waa played at the latter place nn the
24th, ami resulted inaHcureof nearly
two to one in favor of Port Hammond.
The Langley. team is tn give battle to
the Port Hammond club on the ground
of the latter on Dominion Day. 8 D.
Pope, Esq., the nuw superintendent of
education, visited the achnol hereon
Thunday and expressed hini.clf well
pleased with the working condition of
the achonl. Hit genial manners took
the children by storm and the wish i«
expressed that he may aonn return.
Mr. .Murray has purchased Mr. Ore's
property at Pnrt Hammond fur glOOO
The entertainment held ih 'he ach ol
house on the evening of the 17th was n
aucceas. The pna-eedt amounted to
abouu $30, which it to be atiplied to
the organ fund of the Euix'up il Church
here.      '
-r • -
Proa Birnrd inlet.
(Correspondence of ibuColniablnn.)
The sresmsr Ssnato'r, with be
Queen's "birthday excursion!.-. ' on
board came in from Nanaimo on tiun
day evening. The party had a plea
•ant trip,over and back, but do not
tptak in very l-ud pniss of the Nanaimo tporta. On the nturn trip, just
off Point Gray, the Senator picked up
the disabled steamer Leonora, in tow
of the Lily, the.latter giving up her
charge tu the Senator lo be-toa-rd into
Moodyville for repairs. The Mottle/,
vilie spintttr, have assumed an attitude which is not'only serious and
alarming, but if not checaed may develop into aomething akin to open
piracy, A few daya ago they took
poatettion of the steam coevette Rattler aiid witn a threatening front bore
down on the town of Hastings, the
btchelon of which place took to the
tne., when, from their lofty position
they tremblingly watched the approach
of the atrange monater witRIlt crew of
fair but determined looking Ainatotii.
A landing wat effected, but finding the
town, deserted, they were about to retire, when a quiet, iimiumiiig young
man from the royal city who liapponed
to ba out for a drive blundered utitut-
pectingly into the arms"' tho fair raiders and waa inimedial> ly gobbled up
and hurried on board Ihe corvette in
auoh halts' that hit laat sal. of Port
Moody property remsini unrecorded.
What fate betel him, who can tellI
m———
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
ai the Oolvhsun office. Prions will be
found lower than at any other office in
ths proviace.—Adv.
Communications.
Scotch entering.
Editor Comkm.k. — In answer to
our names, we beg' to acknowledge the
fact, stated by "Scotchman," and to say
that we an alwaya ready and willing to
mble at the call of our worthy chief,
and officers. One of the reasons why
there haa been no general gathering of
Scotchmen during the last thiw years is
that there hu been no response from the
treasury. Gsmes and tporta cannot bt
undertaken without tbe bawbees.
A. Innes,
Oeo. Black,
From ctllimtack.
From Our Special Correspondent.
Cmurwauoi, May 26.—Last Saturday being the Queen's Birthday, waa
uhsorved in this settlement as'a general
holiday, and celebrated by the usual
and customary public picnic at Blau-
chard'a comers. The day it alwaya
looked forward to with high anticipations by both old and young, and for
yann hat been made tie occasion of a
general reunion of all the aettlen at a
publio picnic, wliere feaating, amusement, and gamea of v*trioui sorts are indulged in and continued while daylight
lusts. This year the attendance wat
much smaller thnn usual on account,
no doubt, of the unfavorable state of
the weather. The early part of the
day waa very muggy and cloudy, giving unmistakable token of approaching
rain, and shortly after dinner it began
to pour, and continued to go from bad
to worse for the balance of the afternoon. This of course hud the effect
of keeping away a great many that,
otherwise would have attended, as well
'aa driving away home tho most of those
who did attend almost aa soon aa they
arrived un the ground., Notwithstanding therein, however,'several croouot
parties were organised, and a tint class
base ball game gut under way, nll of
which were conducted with great spirit
and enthusiasm for the greater part of
the afternoon. The chiepattractlon of
the day for the Indians was centered
around the atuauiboat landing. A new
R. 0. mission church hat been recently
built on the Indian reservation near
there, the old one having, been found
inadequate to the increased and growing needs of tho miasion. If waa announced some time ago that on the
Queen's Birthday the two. R. 0; missionary bishopi of the province, namely, Buhop D'Herboinez and Bishop
Durien, would arrive at tbe reservation
by bout from New Westminster for
the purpose of consecrating the new
uhurch aud the grounds around it.
From nn early hour in the morning
the roads and trails leading to the
landing wero thronged, so tu speak,
with Indians, squaws, and children,
,10010 inoupted on horseback, and all
decorated and decked out with stream-
era, rotettei, and badgea of almost
every conceivable color, and by noon
then could tint have been fewer than
from 160 to 200 aborigine! aswm'tled
on the hank uf the river patiently
awaiting the arrival of the boat that
was to bring tha distinguiihed visitors,
Ample and elaborate preparations,
after the Indian fashion, had been
made for the occasion, ut deubt under
tbe direutiou of the white adherents of
the church in thii settlement of whioh
there uro a few very respectable families, nearly all of whom attended the
recaption. The road from ths landing
to tbe .church was lined ou birth side,
with bunches of irons and shrubbery
staked into tho ground, aud literally
covered with atreatnen, flags, and
handkerchief! of various colon forming
a very pretty and picturesque avenue.
About forty Indians were organised
into a sort of honorary body guard,
armed with riflet, and under command
of Capt. John of Hope, who waa dressed, in a splendid uniform with a gen
orals helmet, A chariot.was improvised by covering a box wagon with a
pretty design of wall paper, and providing it with au elaborate wat and
canopy** Immediately on arrival of
the boat a committee of reception,
composed ot Indiana, and headed hy
Father Cheeoote, waited on the ven-
erriblu divines and escorted ilieiu to
the chariot, which wa. drawn by four
sp'endid horses, and just at the bishops
took their teats, the bdy guard tired
a salute of musketry, and the procession moved towardt the, church. Atoiu
the route the aquawa and children, »1!
decorated with flowers and ribbont,
• era drawn up in single file on either
-ide, all doing reverence aa the chariot
of the biilo.pt pasted. A very pretty
and artiiiic bower bad heen made
directly in front of the church, inside
of whieh waa erected a platform, surmounted by a double throne and can
opy, over which floated the Union'
Jack. Here the two bishops on arriving at the churo.i and alightinu from
the chariot, took their aeatt, and all
the Indiana, with the equawe and.chil-
dren, and many whit.it, assembled and
arranged theiuaelvei ii. front of the
boaer. Then Bi.di"P D'Herluimex in
a very impressive tone ..nd gesture addressed the multitude in eliiui.ik, and,
after giving his benediction,' hoth
hiihoiis deteeniied from lhe platform,
and were escortid by the cmumitiee
of reception to the home of Chief
George elite by. Here tho' bishop,
were dunroiled during their visit, and
as they entered, another salute of
iiiuiketry wai fired,
The consecration of the church took
place yesterday morning (Sunday), snd
thst of the grounds in the afternoon,
both servient being conducted with
great pomp nnd ceremony accurdiuit to
the rite of the Roman church. The
honorary body guard escorted. the
bishops to and from both services, .and
both at the beginning and conclusion
of each, a salute of mu-ketry wss fired.
The bishops return to-day by boat to
New WMtminater. J. 0. McD.
FroH'Snu-i.
t'rijm Our Hprclnl Com-ftpondf-nt.
Sumas, May 19, —It wu your comix
pondent'd intention at tbo tliy of mailing hia biulgtt from Langl-iy io vlitt next
the niw settlemmt around Lehman'»
Landing, aonie eight milt* farther np thd
river, and after getting through there to
take in Mataqul on hii wny to Simian.
Cironmatanoea, however, neceruitatcd a
change, of programme, eo that, for the
time being, he waa reluctantly compelled
to akip these two place*, and make
direct for thia aattlement,
lchhan'm lahdini-j
Ie the flret plaoe Ihe boat touchei aftor
leaving Langley, and haa only sprang
Into ixiatence within the past few
months. It la eltnated on the south
bank of tbe river, at tbe foot of a high
and steep bluff, and about at ri^ht
angles with tha western extremity of
Loue Tree Island. It takes its name
fiom m new comer, who took up a preemption claim there fronting on tbe
river, and at this point urccttid a build*
ing and started the busiuvss of general
store-keeping. Your correspondent is
infermed that sinct* last full the country
immediately back of there lias been
quite thickly settled; but on his return
trip to New Westminster lie expects to
be able so to arrange matters as to enable him to visit the settlement and see
for himself. It is now one week ago today since your correspondent arrived
IK SOMAS,
and, though it might be expected that
in that timo ho ought to Imve been able
to gather in all that was worth seeing
and knowing in tbis locality, yet it must
be confessed tbat, though constantly on
the wing and on the alert from early
dawn to dusk, this was more than he
has been able fully to accomplish. Sumas is so extensive a tract of country,
its two divisions—Upper and Lower—so
widely apart, and the settlements as a
whole so important, that to yet a thoroughly comprehensive and intelligent
idea of the district, ita condition and
general outlook, would require a much
longer time for o bservation and inquiry
thnn your correspondent now tinus at
his disposal for that purpose. Nothing
could nave been a greater surprise to
your correspondent than the larpt* extent of '
IIIOU, OPIN CODNTUY
bu finds hero. That section (if tlie
Lower Fraser country which composes
the districts of Sumas and Chilliwhack
is one widely extended valley, something
in the form of an ob!ong,*and must at
least contain 300 square miles. The
direction of the valley is from northeast to south-west, being over 'JO miles
long with .an average breadth of about
10 miles. Tho Fraser Kiver Hows southwesterly through the north half of it,
then, bending its course more to the westward, parts company with tho valley at
the foot of Sumas Mountain More thnn
one half the area of the valley iB com
prised within tho district of Sumas,
which stretches from the Fraser clour to
the intern tional boundary line. Sumas
Lake is situated in about the middle of
the district, and for tha greater part of
its length, covers the valley from mountain to mountain, thus dividing the dist-
trlot into "two • sections—Lower Sumas
and Upper Sumas—the former, on the
north, the latter on tho south, side of
the lake. This sheet of water, whieh is
very shallow, and gradually drying up
and diminishing ii size, covers an area
of a little moro thnn 11,000 neves. Its
water is very turbid in conseqnenct- of
the numerous wash-downs from the neigh
boring mountains, but it abounds iu fish,
such as trout, sturgeon nud salmon. It
has an outlet into the FruRer liy Bumas
Kiver. By fur the greater portion of the
area of the district—iu foot nearly all of
it—consists of open prairie land. Yet
in both the upper aiul lower settlements
there are large utretches of
IIIOII BC8B LAND    /
skirting the prairie, which iu most eases
is very easily cleared and possesses a
first-rate quality of soil. A large proportion of this high bush land, and a
atill larger proportion of the prairie, remains still unoccupied aud uuclaiuied.
But if new settlers continue tb come in
this summer at the same rate as they
have been doing for the past few mouths,
there wont be a claim left worth taking
by next fall.- The soil of the pribie is
a rich loam, composed principally of
decomposed vegetable sediment and othor
alluvial depoeics, with' a slight mixture
of clay ana sand. It has a hard solid
clay bottom, and bnt for the annual
overflow from tbe freshets of the Fraser
would be perfectly dry, except iu a few
saggy spots here and there. Hence it
wflF bo seen that tbe soil of these prai
lies is of No. 1 quality, and must possess
wonderfully productive energy. Both
the upper and lower prairie have a good
fall, and are everywhere
TIIOKOUOHLY DRAINED
by numerous sloughs and creeks that
empty into the lake. The midsummer
overflow whieh has hitherto proved so
effectual a i arrier to agricultural oprra
tions, ii in one very important respect«
positive benefit to the dairying and stock
raising interests! for, bo non aa the
water has withdrawn, a new orop of
luxuriant and rich grass springs up which
continues fresh and green for the balance of the season up to Christmas, Tlio
freshets do not affect tke prairie every
year alike. Some years the overflows
are only partial, and only twice, in the
memory of the oldest living settler, has
the entire, valley been submerged. That
wai in 1876 and 1882. Tlie freshet generally brgina to come down ahout the
middle of May, and continues to increase
in volume, according to the temperature
of the weather, until it reaches its height
about the middle ot June. Then the
water begins rapidly to subside, aud, hy
the beginning of July, entirely disappears, and the prairie for tbe balance oi
the year remains perfectly dry and fn-e
of water. Dairying may be said to he
the chief if not the only
INDUSTRY OF TUB DISTRICT;
and this in carried on in both settlements
ou quite a large scale. In somo dairies
churning is performed by horse-power,
in others by water. With only a few
notable exceptions, the dairies are all
kept scrupulously clenn and tidy, nud
everythiiiu looks nifd smell* siu-et In
some, however, there is considi-rahl'
improvement in this respect; and siiu-i
all kinds of dairy produce, ami especially
butter, is just ns sensitive to the snmtury
conditiou of tno dairy its mercury is to
heat and cold, too much enre iu the direction of cleanliness and order cannot
he exeicliud    Tlie
NUMtlKK ov rALVED
one sees mound tin- prvinEi-cs pf every
settler hero is truly aitoiifahiug. All
this year's calves, and as many more a*
yet Invisible and .daily dropping in. In
the lower setttemmt nearly all thcRc
little innocents an* slnughtert-d as soon
as bom to save tlie milk for dairying
-purposes, The carcasses are nearly all
thrown away, fn most coses wi'iu-ut
nven being skinned. Just n rHttticii-tit
number is preserved to keep np the
stock. In the upper settlement thoy ilo
things differently. There, ull tho calves
born are raised, both for tborensp id
stook, nnd for beef cattle. Thus, he-
cause the upper prairie is more sn bject to
overflow nntl longer under water, iieccu-
aitatltig all the ntock being driven nlT
into the high bush laud, where, being far
away from home and scattered through
the woods, milking would be impracticable, ao tbe calves arc preserved in order to relieve tbe cows in this emergency.
Thore are, all told, about 2'J0 cowh on
the upper m-airie; these are nearly ull of
good limed, and hot n few ot them are
from lirst-class imported stock, Then-
are about 150 heail of dry enttte exclusive of this year's calves. Homes are
flontlful—one settler having no less than
7 brood mares—but then he is it well
known horso breeder. The hog, ns usual,
abounds in large nnmbors, hut domestic
fowls arc neglected, and an egg on the
upper prairie Ts
A   WIENONRNON.
There nro 9 married men with families
and 12 honorable, good-lonking bachelor*
settled on and around the upper pmirioi
there are lil children of school age; but
aad, sad to aay, there isn't n sulitai-y
young woman of mnrl-lageablo ago In the
whole settlement, and what will become
of theae poor fellows Is ban! to conjecture.   Of the above number of luhabi-
mF^nml^sm^!^^^^^?^
tants, 12 have located in the settlement
within the past year, and of these 10
came from the United States, and so
completely satisfied and happy are tbey
by the change, that they avow that
sooner than have to leave B. C. and return back across the "40th," tbey would
even go to the verge of abjuring allegiance to the magic "Stars aud Stripes."
Tbey have all, of eourse, taken up preemption claims, and three of them, with
au eye to scenery and pleasure, have located along the fertile and pleasant shoro
of beautiful little
I.Alt K MATSQUI.
Your correspondent was "recommended" befcre leaving the upper prairie to
see this very pretty sheet of wnter and
for this purpose as woll as a desire to Bee
the country back iu the bush, and along
the Yale road towards Matsqui, after
dining at Mr, Mussel white's, he mounted
hiB good-natured, companionable little
sbulty nnd rode down to tbe lake.
It is situated in about the middle of
township IU, scarcely half a mile from
the Yale road on the south side. A very
beautiful ami picturesque little lake, and
well worthy of a visit from any one passing in that neighborhood. It's about u
mile long by about half a mile broad,
uud approaches to an oval in shape. Its
wator is remarkably clear uud cool.
Somewhat shallow near the shore, but
very deep towards the centre. It has a
subterranean outlet which remained unknown until quite recently. Another
peculiarity is that, so far as known, it
contains be fish, leeches excepted. Of
these there is great nbunilance. Probably this will account for the Americans
settling around it   It Is very likely they
aw money in tbe leeches, and are tiying
to "comer" tho lake in order to start in
tho ''hleoding" business.   Between the
firairie nnd the international boundary
Ine, in township ID, the land has been
NEARLY ALL TAKEN VP,
but there are one or two very desirable
claims still left with some prairie on
them, awaiting the first lucky uew
comer. Nearly all the land sooth of the
Yalo Trunk Road in township 10 is still
unclaimed. The land is comparatively
lightly timbered, and easily cleared. The
soil is a rich red loam, and the country
having considerable of a roll, the land is
perfectly dry and free from wnter. Towards tho south-west comer of the township, there is a large patch of open prairie
bottom—probably about from three to
four hundred acres—a rnrc chance for
some ouo, as it still remains unclaimed.
Tlie facilities for communication afforded
by the Yale and New Westminster Trunk
Kuud, which passes right through the
centre of township, make this a very
desirable locality to settle in, and your
correspondent recommends prospectors
for lund, before locating nny where else,
to see this township. The condition of
the trunk road all the way from Mr.
Mussel white's across the prove and along
the mountain side to the lower praire,
is most wretched, particularly so along
that section of it between Air. Mussel-
white's and the prairie. Here some of
the bridges nre in ii stateof total collapse,
rendering the highway all but impassable
to man or beast. The government, however, with their
•' vsv.\h ACTIVITY
uml patFianh.d c re in this direction,
have opened their eur and the public
purse to the cry of the settlers, so that
contracts have been let, and operations
already begun to put the road in ser-
■ieeable repair. Before taking leave of
up|H-i- Sumas it muy be mentioned that
the settlement has a church (Methodist),
aud a school house—but at present no
teacher— nevertheless, the sohool—or
rather the school house—has within the
po»t month of two engrossed by far the
greater part of publ c attention,* and- it
might be added, solo voce, stirred up a
go«d deal of animosity amongst the settlers. The isnuo was—the removal of
tbe school house from its old out-of-the-
way and somewhat damp situation to a
drier nnd more central locality. The
pater fatnilias were divided in- their
choice I f two sites proposed. A public
meeting was held of all the settlers, and
the question debated and pnt to vote in
regular parliamentary style. Now it hu
h en mentioned a ready that the majority
uf the body politic of this settlement are
"to all intents and purposes" nothing
moro nor less than honest bachelors
"pure and simple." Hence it might
naturally he supposed tbat they would
allow the proprietors of families to settle
this question among themselves. But
nor auch. Thoy attended that meeting
to n man, and voted in a body to have
tho sohool house located where, (so say
the majority of the married men), it will
do the least good to tbe greatest number.
But the end is not yet; an appeal has
beun made to the superintendent of education, ami his decision is awaited with
much anxiety.
TIIK  CHURCH
mentioned aa belonging to tbe settlement
hardly deserves the dignity of that term,
being only a small building about 10x16.
Yet it must be Admitted that It has a
very big bell, with a separate house all
to itself nnil an enurmoiiBly high flag pole
close to fie entmuce. This is the mission
church of the Indian reservation and tbe
present incumbent'* name is "Capt.
John," n popular and well known Indian
chief from Cliilliwhnck. This settlement
recognizes m ni'inicipiil authority, utid
■lon't want any. The people say that
notwithstanding the intrigues nud machinations of the Chilliwhaek-Sninus muni-
cipaltiy to rope them in, they still preserve iheir independence and menu to
until they Wome strong enough to organize tliumsclvcA into a separate munici-
.pality. Uf the two settlements which
-ompnse tho dlitrlct nf Sumas, the one
<>u the uni-tli side of the lake nr
SPMAS IMIIU'RR
1» the oldest, l;ii-gcnt, and most import-.,
nut. There are at-.mt 30 set tiers, nearly
all of wlium are married or have beeu.
and haw) families. Of these S iiiii new
nrrivnbi, nil fromCrmuda wiiliiu the past
yenr uml all liavi- tnkun up claims. There
are nil ni' than twico as mauy Hchool
children im colt Id be found on the upper
ptaiiiu, quito u munlier of linmNonte
yii IsVlm-ss *enr -ami fortunately only
a felr Iwchelon. There are about .Wl)
cows, It-.-w than half that number of dry
or beef cattle, exclusivo of this'jTarV
calves, fewer horses limn on the nppci
prnirie, but more hogs and domestic
fowl*-, nml there are in all. about 50
sheep iu the settlement. There are at
U-jii-t three farmers who engage extensively in agriculture, Laat year there
were about o,0U0 bushels of grain railed
on tho prnirie, principally oats and
wheat-*-oats averaging from SO to 75,
nnd wheat fltf to (W bushels to the acre.
Lust ycarV potntoe nnd vegetable crop
wns comparatively small. This year
them will he a
I'OSHinEHABI.K    ISCKFA3R
in crops of nil kinds, bnt especially potatoes. Rut very little attention iu given
to fruit in the distriot. Yot ovevyhody
hn» au orehanl of some kimi, nnd quite a
large qunntlty of apples, cherries and
plums are grown every yenr. Tho woods
around hero literally swarm with game
such as grouse, wild geese, wild ducks,
rat-hits, deer, and lots of hears nnd pan-
thei-H. Solid comfort, prosperity, and
progress nro every where apparent in
this district, notwithstanding the losses
nml misfortunes of former years, which
were only the natural und inevitable con-
seiinenoes of wnnt of foresight and miscalculation. There is a good large school
house which is also used for a church-
two uood stores} but there is not a hotel
in ttic wholo district, although there is
a farm house on each of tho prairies
where meals and lodgings can lie had at
usual hotel prices. •
Vour correspondent will now take in
Cliilliwhaek. -d. P. M«I>.
H-BER
:   Bell
lUfSiwcTT
Council met on the ilstiust.; present,
Keeve, and Conns. Arthur, Kent, Kirk*
land, Williams, and McKee. A number
of communications were received and
filed. Petitions for roads in townships
3 and 4 were referred to the road committee. A committee was appointed to
draw the numbers of the debentures
wished to be withdrawn. A number of
accounts were passed and ordered paid.
Highway Bylaw No. 1 waa finally passed
aa reconsidered. Coun. Kent was appointed one of tho finance committee.
Coun. Williams bunded in bis resignation
which waa accepted and a vote of thanks
passed for the able manner in which he
bad discharged his duties as councillor
(for word numbei 3) since elected. The
election for u councillor for ward number 3 was fixed for Friday, the 30th inst.,'
and Wm. McKee was appointed returning officer for tbe occasion. Council adjourned till Friday, the 30th hut., at 3
o'clock p. m.
Baldness may be avoided by tho use
of Hall's Hair Ronewer, which prevents
the falling out of the hair, and stimulates it to renewed growth aud luxuriance. It also restores faded or gray
hair to its original dark color, and radically cures nearly every disease of tbe
scalp.
UTBRiraUBUI
NEWS FROM AU tARTS OF THE WOOLS.
Assouan, May 10.—Troops havo begun the advance for the relief of Berber and Khartoum. Half the battalion of tho Egyptians at Wudyhnlfa
have departed, the second half wilt
march for Koroiko in a short time.
900 Arabi accompauy the expedition.
A Mohammedan scout aays Statin Bey
has surrendered, at Faicher. Hp reports that El Mabdi left Obeid after
the receipt of the news of Gen. Graham's victories,
Cairo, May 16. — Refugeei from
Knrnako and Berber report General
Gordon well and that his sorties have
been succfiiitul.
New York, May 21— Papers publish account! of the discovery of the
lost lord Drumwund, he(r to an earldom and kinsman to Queen Victoria,
wbo hns heen found in a Broadway
ulothtntf house, working as a porter.
He came to America with hii' govern-
uss twelve years ago. He was married
on arrival, und hns since struggled
along in poverty and distress, his father having renounced him. Ho goes
by thu name of George Johnson, und
evinces much moro aptitude for physical than mental effort. Thu peerage
of which ho is the next heir antedates
the discovery of America, It is stated*
tbat a reconciliation of Lord Drum-
moud with his fumily will be effected.
- St. John, N. B., May 23.—French
brig Senotine with 63 passengers and
9 of a crow was sunk to the eastward
of the Great Banks. All perished.
She left St. Main, France, on the 25th
March laden with a general cargo
bound for St. Pierre slid succumbed
on tho 15th of May.
Slioo, Hay 23.— Patrick Delaney,
the InvincihltiB informer who testified
to the enquiry to-day was accessory tn
the Phoenix Park murders. He testified that Fitzgerald attended Fenian
meetings iu Dublin in 1880 as a delegate from the Supreme Council brotherhood. Delam-y said bis only object
in giviim information was to save innocent lives and protect others from
beinir trapped as he was diijied into
assisting in tne Phoenix Park murder.
He wis nut giving evidence for money.
or liberty and expected tu return to
life servitude.
Ottawa, May 24.—Piapot and other
Indians have been persuaded to give
np their sun dance and return to the
reservation.
Cairo, May 24.—Major Kitchener
started for Korosko across the desert
for Abir Hamid with 1,200 Arabs.
Major Banks at Aasyout is nuking
preparations for a twenty days'desert
march with 600 Bedouins.
London, May 26.—Italy supports
Franco in her demands for international control of Egypt, One section of the liberal press is strongly
opposed to the government's concession
to French demands,
Ottawa. May 26.— All accounts indicate thus far the crop prospects wonderfully good in Manitoba and the
North-west.
Chatham, Out.. May 26.—During
the holiday games to-day tbe grand
stand collapsed nnd 150 persons were
Injured, several seriously, hut nn fnjal
results. Tbe injuries consisted nf
broken atvee, legs mid riba; some injured internally.
Ayer's Saraaparilla has such concentrated, curative power, that it is by far
the best, cheapest, snd surest blood-
purifier known.
', iMWtgkgesT Ifctfjl, ■ Leases,- Agrec--
tnents of Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. IE. Pearson k Co's.        *
Pocket Cutlery.—T. B Pearson A
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Colombia, 75 cts. per
set at T. E. Pearson A Co.'s. *
Foe diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in
another column.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C." D. BAND.*
.-several houses for sale by C. D. BAND.
H EKOB * CO. ABB MOW PHB-
JV   pared to supply the very best Ale
from the Westminster Brewery,  Orders
left with Mr. (.'hns. McDonough, Front St.,
shall have prompt attention. jaftte
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
IM No, 7,Btock XXVIII. and Lols JJok, Ifl
und 17, Block XXXII, In tlm City of
New Wc»t ml tutor.
A   CURTlFICATBUFINUBFKAIf.
A ibln title to tho above-monlloned I^iIh
will lie Issued to Maria Woods,on the 21th
day of July; 1881. unless in tho meantime
a valldobjeelion thereto bo mnde to the
tinder-ilgned, In writing, by noiiii* person
claiming mi entitle or ifi'sTes' In mM Liiti
or Rome pnrt thereof.
CHAS. JAS. M-XklATT,
Acting IJo-rlslrur-llirK-rnl
Uinti Registry Office, 17th April, im.    s
apiMMta	
l-AMtEMiUM.
IVr sir. Western Hlope, from Victorin,
M.iy Si—nrs Ctuil Troup, Mn l>anard.
m;--Miiinii- Moore, Win Uottoll, wife and
fii'iilly, n Lapplibey, H U Udford, j V
U;ir.Vk, John chaw, K Ivcy, DO MeDon-
ul.I, Henry Mnrqtiar, John Llimnm, Jacob
sliiijtniii,. lames I jury, and 40 tit hern.
I'M1'str. Irvine, fmm l'u*rtver. MayiW-
Mfs A'kin-oii, .ur.-i llowl-on. Miss Juiiu
sliu-l-.ir, Mi-in C Hindalr, H Hji-oct nnd
Wife. J Morion and wife, II Kirkland and
w'ft\ Iti-vHvivmniK-.Moi-Hi--- JnoHuftuk.O
<* Kliniu, Oinivill--, IKmihH-y.T AdicLH
D-in-E.*i-r, Keniiiily.FCIilriMiiwi.H JOoii*
■•iimim,J Wi-lis.w i'.i-kliw.crandalLLeli*
until, Mot; Uruff. It-own, I) W Miller,
lfo«utr, 'l* iVn-iN, ami Mothers.
Per sir. Western Slope, from VletdHa,
Kx'ay 27—Mrs Tolmic, Or Jones nnd wife,
i- Arm-iiroiiK and family, Messrs Kobt
Ward, John Hmltli, K<l witlden, 1' «an-
noti.Joim Van Vntkenbiirgh, John Boyle,
w A Hundru'-ki John ctor.t-.lt Brewster,
J It siorrlho-i; w M Wralght.T McKay, K
S-i'hav.Tho- KVir, II Hellbuto, K IsOlsht-r,
Win Murphy, Hiram McLaren, nnd 16
other*,
A     VAlOtt I.O DO R No. 9, A. F.
»»#V4T A As Ms—The regular Com*
iL^r munlcntlons of this Lodge nre
f ▼ \ held on the first Mondny In each
month. Hojuiiruing brethren are eni-dlpl*
ly Invited biuiteml WM, HOWAY,
foiHc Secretary.
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CRYING FOR AID,
Loss of Awwtite, Headache, Dapres*
aiou, IiiiHgwHan and Constipation, BU-
Iousmss, » Sallow race, Dull Eyes, and
a Blotched Skin, are among tbe symptoms
which Indicate that the Liver is crying for
aid,
Ayer's Pills
wtU stimoUrte tlw Liver to proper Mttoo,
snd cornet sll tfcew troubles. Onoormor.
of thM. PUh ihonld bo tsken daily, nntil
hMlth Is (sll, ntsblUud. Tioounds tet-
Ut> to ttalr sin* merit.
Ko Cisal** eu afford to be witbout atee-s
rnriUDsr
foJ.O.AytrACo.,Low«lllMMi.
fc*t brail Drool*-.
ORGANS
filNOS
MUSIC.
 mu -mm£ av---——■-
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
-   COLUMBIA STREET,
H«w   Westminster  E 0.
 l (selgtc)
NORMAIT8
SLERIMIU
EstafeliaiMd. 1S-74.
Namaa's Carailvc Eketite Brits, Buds,
■nuclei a*tf Trasses,
Are guaranteed to bo the best remedy
known for the Immediate roIW and permanent cure of nervous debility, lame
back, rheumatism, neuralgia, all liver,
stomach and chest complaints, constlpa*
tion, all diseases of the nerves, genital or-
Rns and rupture.  Circular andeonsolta-
mfree. -      A.XMMaJI,
4 Queen fit. East, Toronto, Ontario.
TnUMtsdalstbal Sveak hr Tswasselm.
Ottawa, Sept. 8rd, IBs*!
A. Norman, Eso.-Dear Sir. I have experienced considerable benefit from yonr
Appliances. I feel stronger and better
every day.       Younktmly,
.  K E. HAUBURTON.
Pktem-OKOUGH, Oot. Uth, 1883.
A. Nokman.Ksq.—Dear Sir: Soon after
I commenced to use your Electric Appli-
anees, they opened my bowels, enred my
cough and cold, relieved ray bead, and
considerably relieved my catarrh In consequence. The discharges from my head
nnd chest nre now easy, and I feel alto*
gether better. My digestion ties improved,
my stomach Is less sour and windy, and I
nm le«» troubled wllh dlsirssslntr A vivid
dreams. I had previously tried almost all
tbe advertised patent medicines without
deriving any good.     Youre truly,
mhltMlm J. GKEEI?.
Tbe following Business Directory eon*
tains only the names of persons whose advertisements appear In tbe Columbian.
It will be found convenient nnd useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to do
business in this city. Tlie names nre given In nlphnbctlcnl order: -'"
Physlelaas.
)r. Bentley McKensle Street
Jr. Cooper -. Church Street •
)rs. MacLeod & MacSwain..Columbia st
>r. Mathers - Columbia street
)r McGuire ..Clinton
>r. Trew McKensle Street
Dr. Wade Surrey Municipality
Lawyer*.
B W Armstrong:. Colunibiu street
Corbould A, McColl.. McICeuzU* street
Insurance A grain.
W J Armstrong. .Front street
W D Forrls McKensle street
TII Peurson A Co Columbia street
C D Hand Colli in bltvstrcet
Turner, Beeton A Co Vletorla
Woods ft Turner Columbia street
Auctioneer*-.
W R Clarke .'. Victoria
Joseph (loldsion-.',. Coiumbin street
T J Trapp Columbia fftreet
('rrnvryanif-rt, l.ttmt Agnil*., Ae,
CmasduMf A Jones	
H V Kdmondfl.......7.....
W-H Falding™,	
WD Ferris™...	
IIowseA Hickman,	
Wm McLean	
CD Rand .-..,	
Woods ft Turnetv.	
.......i Victoria
...Coiumbin street
...McKenzie strait,
...MoKenalu street
 Front street
 tort Moodv
....Columbia street
....Columbia jit rcct
mKMPKiitNi.ti—m the W. C.T. U.
I  rooms, bnsemrnt of the Methodist
Cbtirch, MarvHl.; Bluo Ribbon Club and
\V. C. T. U. minora! and literary enter*
lainment every Wednesday evening from
«tn li. IV, ('. T. IL meet* every Wedncs*
dny uflcrnoun at 3:»>; Baud of Hope every
Nnliirdiiy nllfrnoon nt 'J;S0. Kvery ono is
esmllally Invited, myl4*to.
H. SltORKY A CO.,   WltOLKSALK Cui*
tiukrs and Mantle Maniifact •aims,
beg to annotinoc tbat Mr. C. L. Sborey
wiU visit Uritish Colnmbia abont the
lOtb of May with their samples fnr tbe
coming Fall and Winter, and will, during his stay in tbo province, stop for a
short time nt Victoria, New \\ estmiu-
stcr and Nunalmo. Merchants from the
interior me invited to mako appointments by letter addressed to
.  C. L. Hhokkv,     "*
apl (Ite       IMard Honso, Vletoria,B.C.
9.9    9 '  9    99
For all troubles of tho Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam.' See adv, In an*
other cntuimi.
VM Sfrwtat dUMisii tu nnp >> > fcHasi mmt
T1R WAT IT WIU AFFRCT TfV.
It excites -Expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or maeoos*
chtmge* tke ^secretions am pttriiet tke
blood; heels the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
the Hver.to lis proper action, and imparts
strength to ike whole system.    Such is
TUB   XMHEpUTB   Aim  SATlSrACTDW* J»-
fbot that it a-warrautetl to break up the
most dittrtsmg cough in a ftw /ii«rs*
time, if ndt of too long standing. It it
warranted to wvk estibe SATiawonos,
RVHtt Hi thb best confirmed casts ttf-Go..
sumption! It it tcarranted not to prodncc
eoativensss (which is tht* case with aiost
remedies), or affect tbe head, as it contains no mrium in any form, It is warranted to be perfectly harmless to the most
delicate chiM, although It is an active
and powerful wmedy for restoring the
system. There Is no real neeetsUv fbr to
tnany deatk* fry Consumption, trim Ax*
lev's hvrm Balsam will prevent ik if
only taken in time. Physicians having
cowramntive patients, and who, having
failed to cowlhem with, their own madf
eiaes, wo would recommend to aire At*
UN's Ldko Balaam f trial, SMbytdl
mwlsts,    ■ ■ ie»-lm.
Geaeral Merehaaia*
Jus KUard ft Co ...Columblu street
Mrs Kin irt a Qt>ld Columbia street
Mrs M A Uttrper Chilliwhack
Kelly Bros......... ..Columbia strtxit
C G Major..,. ..Columbia street
Wm McColl - .-.'...Columbia street
FF Nelson .Fort Moody
Turner, Beeton ft Co (wholesale).,Victoria
Mrs Eliza Towle. :.iZ. tangley
Hardware, *«,
E O Prior. , ., -Vistprln
ESScoullarftCo.,.„._...j..<-olumblast*eet
Carriage Warka. »
Johnston ft Smith Coiumbin ntivOt
CouamUidun "ftcrehmtss
WR Clarke.	
Homer* Son...
ietoria
istreA
Oragglats.
D 8 Curtis ft Co....
J 8 McGulre .,
A I-eele „*......
...Colombia street
 .......Clinton -
....Columbia street
Baats aad Shacs.    * -
......Colnmbln street
 Cbllllwhnek
Flaar and Feed.
Qustnv Hauch.'.....' ,'...'....Frt>nt ttttSbl
Paraltnre.
I ft Bunte...	
WProthcrpftCo......	
...Columbia street
...Columbia street
- Tallars. : .  r ;
.lohn Walsh    Columbia stree
Books, Statloacry, At.
T R Pearson ft Co, .....Columbia street
T R Pearson 4 Co .'....„..„'...V!. Yale
Masltial IuBtramettts.
JBugnnll... „ Victoria
Cross' Musical Agency ......Victoria
T R Pearson ft Co. + ^Columnia street
Cigars.
Llqaars*
Union (T Bartlett)	
MrsMHnrrison „..„„.«„
 ..ColumMMtMM
 * -Ha******
Brighton (Oeo Black}... „ Hastings
Farmers* Home (JTarnbulll......Omi»h st
OoeldenttJ AuRtlnl.-....i...ColHtbwa-*»et
Royal (Mrs M A Harper) Chilli whack
Kl*!^MLaJ0JlI*e..-:L'"' ;-.;.'....'Mngiw,'
!"'."chllllwlinck
riih Deatotrs.   '
JflsTnffandhlc.   Front street
Batchers*
Robt Dickinson Columbia street
8 J Turner.... ,-^.Chllllwhaek
Paint**™, Kte,
Murray ft Fry Clarkson street
CaatraHors and Balldeis.     :,
J A Calbick Merchant RfluaS*1
Stage Ltae.
J M Wise Now Wast ft Port Moofly
VUsBHvara.
Gilley, Mooney ft Co...-AddresH,PoKlofflrc
Saw aad F-1-.alag Mills.
Brunette Saw Hill ..Sapperton
Branch lumber yard at Port Moody.
Dominion Sawmill.— Richard street
Branch lumber yards at Fort Moody
and Viotoria.
Royal City Planing Mill Richard streot
Branches at Port Moody ft Nanaimo.
Book Blading,
RTWIHIoms. „ Victoria
Seedsman.
O A McTavish North Saanich
Printing OMcf.
D Robson A Co (Cbf«mWoa)...„Col umbltt st.
Ruling and plain binding.
Banes' l-ateal Foot aad Mei
Circular Saws, Mortisers, Lathes, Ten-
oners, Formers, Etc.
OSBORNE A ALEXANDER,
Sole Agents, 628 MarketSt. San Fran-
cisco.   Mechanics' Took, Hardware and
Machinery.  Catalogue of aU onr goods
nplioaiTou.
sent free on applic
ap26*3m
VrOTICB 1| HEREBY GIVE* that
ll we Intend making application to
lease Irom the Chief Oommlwioner of
lands and works, for timbering purposes,
the following described lands fn New
Westminster iXstrfet:
Commencing nt n slake nbout fi chains
east of tho east shore lino of Howe Bound,
and about 1 mile south or Wall's Point;
thenoe north W chnins; thenee east SO
chains; thenoe south » chains; thenee
west W chains to point of commencement
ana containing ono hundred ncres.
DEBECK BROS, ft CO.
New Westminster, B.C., Mny 12.18W.
 myl4*lm.
NOTIOE.
r «B»BBv air* hotiob that i
iotsadtoapply to the ChiefCommia-
and Works for permission
»r«»«« •■•■" followlnjrdefieribed lands,
situated In fht-niMrlet of NewWestmin-
Commencing.nt tho NW corner qf tbo
Govemmeat .Kwrvc, situated on the
southern aide of English Bay; shaaoe duo
soutli, along tbo wesh^rn boundary of said
"- * 'o Its soQthwcst corner; thenee
lUebsins, more or less, to Mw
thenee duo no&h,  along safd 	
boundary, to the shore oT Ensllsh Bay;
thenoo easterly, along shore ol EagJlsfa
Bay.totht-plaopof comnienoement.coTi-
tni tiinu nbout W nnre«, ntore or less. '
n.T.WILLIAMK
Victoria, B. r. Urd April, \m,       ap0*t«
(JOTICB IB HBHEBY SITBBT that
1 wo intend making applloatton to the
Jhlpf Commissioner of lands aad Wests
tot permission to leaoe for Umbering Mr*
he following deuribed laadsTsTtu*
i New WostmlnalerMstrleti    '
st: l9SSPl•W-tt,• Wl^^.oW'ns i
south ofSEoomor of -** 450, MalMptna
Htralt; thence true eantlBO ehulns; thenee
south ft> chains: thenoe west 1» ewshui
thence north, following -shore line, to
 "- '  ~ "-?i^i?H*afcW
point of hcKlti nl tig, eontalnlng
mon or loss.
west of Thunder Bay,	
true north lis ehalnsi thenee1
Commencing nt a post aboat
 „.„Ji-li	
ttlles; thenoe south 70 chains) n
70 chains* thenoo south ffiohali
Sst IWchalns; thenee Mlowti
\m V to point of beginning,
7000 acres, more or less.
Moonrr ills 8-
Ilurmril Inlet, A P. 19th May, iffii.
[I4*3m ijgii
(Oenu'nhed from lst Page.)
Works or Surveyor General, and to
the right of the Orown to take therefrom, without compensation, any
atone, gravel, or other material to be
used in repairing the publio roads, snd
to suoh private rights of wsy, and of
leading or using water for animals,
and for mining, engineering, or irrigation purposes, as may at the time of
s.ioh sale be existing.
56. Wherever a Orown grant has
been issued to or in the name of the
wrong party, through mistake in the
Lands and Works Department, or contains any clerical error or misnomer,
or wrong description of the landthero-
by intended to be grantod, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council may direct
the defective Crown grant to be cancelled, and a correct one to be issued
in its stead, which corrected Crown
grant ahall relate back tp the date of
the one eo cancelled, and have the
same effect as if issued at the date
of auch cancelled Crown grant: Provided, however, that no such Orown
grant shall be issued until after three
meutba' notico of the intention to
issue tlie samo shall have been published in the Uritish Columbia Gazette,
and in one newspaper circulating in
the district wherein the lend is located for which the Grown grant ii
•ought, and in the event of an adverse
claim being filed with the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, in the
meantime, ths same shall be adjudicated upon by him.
.   RESERVES,
56. The Lieutenant-Governor in
Council shall, at any time, by notice,
signed by the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, and published in.
tho British Columbia Gazette, reserve
any lands not lawfully held by preemption, purchaso, lease, or Crown
grant, for the purpose of conveying
the some to the Dominion Govornment, in trust, for the use and benefit of the Indisni, or for railway purposes, ai mentioned in Article 11 of
the Terms of Union, or for such
other purposes as may be deemed ad
visable.
57. The Lieutenant - Governor ir
Council shall have power to'cancel
the reserve heretofore, or that hereafter may be placed upon any land,
and by a notice inserted for three
months in the British Columbia Gazette
and any newspaper circulating in the
district where luch reserve is situated,
to throw the same open for pre-emption and purchase.
free oaiirrs.
58. It shall be lawful for the Lieutenant-Governor in Council to make
auoh special free or partially free
granta of the unoccupied, and unop-
propriated Crown lands of the Prov-
uue for the encouragement of immigration or other purposes of public
advantage, with and under such provisions, reitrictions, and privileges, as
to the - Lieutenant-Governor in Council may seem most advisable.
I-iSTORAl usn.
5'.). Mountainous tracts of land,
which are unfit for cultivation, and
valueless for lumbering purposes, may
be purchased at the rate of one dollar an acre: Provided, alwaya, that
before any suoh lands be sold, the
applicant must make and furnish the
Commissioners, in duplicate, a statutory declaration that the lands spplied
for are unfit for cultivation, and valueless for lumbering purpose!. If the
Commissioner shall be of opinion that
the land is fit for cultivation, or suitable for lumbering purposes, he may
refuse tin application. The provisions
in section 30 concerning the acquisition of umlurveyed land, shall, oxcept
as Ui price, govern the mode of acquisition of land under this section,
and the land sold, except as to price,
shall be subject to the other provisions of this act.
60. All roads, other than private
roads, shall be deemed common and
public highways.
61. Unless otherwise provided for,
the soil and freehold of every public
highway shall be, vested in Her Majesty, Her heirs and successors.,
62. It shall be lawful for the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Womb, in
hit discretion, to make publio highways, and to declare the same by
notioe ih the British Columbia Gazette,
setting forth the direction and extent
of such highway, and by himself or
his agents to enter and take possession
of sny private roads and any lands
in the Province, and the timber there-
on, for the purpose of laying out pub-
lio roads of any width not exceeding
66 feet, and to vary and alter any
existing roads; alio to enter and take
any gravel, timber, itone, and other
materials required for the construction
of any bridge or road, and also to enter upon any land for the purpose of
cutting' sny drains that the Chief
Commissioner,, of Lands and Works
may think neoesssry.
113. Every person desirous of having
a publio highway established shall
give thirty days' notice of his intention to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to establish
such public highway, by an advertisement published at his own expense in
thu British Columbia Gazette, and in
a newspaper published or circulated
in the district wherein such applicant
desires to have such higway established,
but nothing in this notion shsll be
construed as affecting the right of the
Chief Commissioner of Landa and
Works to make and declare highways
under the proviiiom of Section 62 of
this Act.
liter. MINERS' IIIOHTS.
64. Nothing herein contained shall
exclude free miners from entering upon
lend in Ihis Province, and searching
for and working minerals: Provided,
that such free miner, prior to so
doing, shsll give full satisfaction or
adequate security, to the satisfaction
of the Conimiuionur, to the, pre-emptor or tenant in fee simple, for any
loss or damage he may sustain by
reason thereof. If the amount of
compensation (if any) cannot bo agreed
upon, the Stipsndsry Magistrate or
Gold, Commissioner of the district
wherein the landtlies, with the assistance, if desired by either psrty, of a
jury of five parsons to be summoned
by him, ahall decide the amount
thereof, and sueh decision and award
ahall be final. If there be ho such
Stipendiary Magistrate or Gold Commissioner in the ssid district tho Supreme Court shsll have jurisdiction
in the matter.
06. Nothing' ih thii Act contain*!
•hall be construed ao as to interfere
prejudicially with tho right, granted
to fcee ninen under the '-Gold Mining Ordinance, 1867," or any subsequent Acts or Ordinances relating to
gold mining.
667 Tbe Schedule hereto shall form
put of sWsAct.
67. Isoh Commissioner appointed
under this Act shsll kiep a book or
books, in which ht shall enter the dale
and piurtloulara of every record, certifi
cats of improvement,''or oilier document refuting to or in any manner
affecting any pre-emption claim within
his district.
68. All fines and fees payable under
this Aot shall be deemed to be made
payable to the use of the Crown.
69. Any person who previous to the
passing of this Act has acquired a
right to any Crown land in this Province (except by purchase) shall, except u herein providedl complete 'tis
title thereto under the provisions of
the Acts under which the land was
taken up in tho same manner as if the
said Acts were in force.
70. All notices inserted by the Chief
Coinmiszioner of LandB and Works in
the British Columbia Gazette of surveys made under authority of this Act
shall Btate tho name of tne applicant
for whom such survey has been made.
EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENTS.
71. And whereas it is expedient to
make provision in aid of education in
the Province; therefore sections 16
and 27 in each and every township
hereafter surveyed throughout tho
Province, shall be and are hereby set
apart aa an endowment 'for tho purposes of education.
73. Thore is reserved to and for tho
uao of Her Majesty, Her heirs and
successors, a royalty ot five cents upon
and in respect of oach and overy ton
of merchantable coal raised or gotten
from any lands acquired, under the
provisions of this Act; and in any
Crown grant to be issued in pursuance
of this Act there shall be contained a
reservation of the said royalty. Provided that no royalty be reserved on
dross or line slack.
73. In all Orown grant, heretofore
issued, by which the coal is'reserved
to the Crown, tho coal so reserved
shall become the property of the grantees and their assigns, and shall be
subject to the royalty by this Act re-
74. Sections 13, 14,16,16,17,18,
19 and 20, of the "Opal Prospecting
Act, 1883," are hereby repealed, and
all lands for whioh prospecting licences
have been issued .under the said Act
shall, in case .the same are purchased
under the provision of this Act, be
subject to the royalty hereinbefore reserved.
75. The fees; hitherto collected and
received by the Lands and Works Department, shall bo doomed to havo
been lawfully collected and received,
and the following fees shall hereafter
be due and payable, viz.:
For evory Record or Certificate of Improvement....% 2.00 each
For every Crown Grant....   5.00 "
For the Survey of every 160  .
acres of   land, not lesa,
thon  10.00 "
76. Notwithstanding anything in
this Act contained, any person or persons who have, prior to the passing of
this Act, bona fide located and applied
for land under the provisions of tho
Acts hereby repealed, or any or either
of them, shall be entitled to acquire
such land in like manner as he or they
would have been, or would ho entitled,
if this Act had not been passed, but
aubject to proof to the satisfaction of
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works that the provisions of the previous Acta have been complied with:
Provided, however, that unless all the
provisions ef the said Acts, including
payment, are1 complied with by the
applicant within nine months from the
passage of this Aot, all claims of the
applicant to be entitled to complete
his purchase shall cease and determine.
77. This Aot maybe cited for.all
purposes as the "Land Act, 1884."
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WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL
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■ssHsJal
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST FAS010\ARLE IX THE CITV.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia atreet,
New Westminster, B. C.      [nqr2tf*to.
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Pompeii Restored.
A pageant at Pompeii is announced
to take placo during tho presut month.
The fetes are to occupy thr*pe days, at*
ternatc days being allowed for repose.
It is a good deal to undertake—a representation of tho games that were
popular in the times of Pliny. The
festivities are to be on the grandest
scale, considering the age in whioh we
live. The arena is to resemble in size
and shape the Roman circus, and in
all possible respects equipped like one.
Eight old shops on the principal thoroughfares loading to it are to be re*
stored to something that might look as
shops appeared so many centures ago.
A funereal pomp is to be observed on
a pile raised on land behind the tombs
of the family arria. The circus is to
be formed on the eastern aide of the
city, north of the Via Nolana and west
of the excavations of 1870. There are
to be separate accommodations for the
Austrian Emperor and his suite, and
the Italian King and his court. The
imperial and royal cortege is to proceed
in an excess of magnificence through
the streets to witness the unusual spectacle, not the least of which are to be
gladiatorial gapes, in the most approved ancient styles. An immense concourse of visitors it expected to be
present on the brilliant and unique
Prostltated Justice.
The News Letter says the law courts
of San Francisco will soun rank second
to none in the Union for.ohicanery,
fraud and corruption. It is becoming
more and moro apparent every day
that influence or wealth turn the beam
in the scale of justice, Three men
were lately arrested for a dastardly attempt to murder a citizen. Two of
them have been held to answer the
charge. Tbe third—a desperado of
the vilest type—had, hotfeyer, auffl-
cient, political influence to procure his
release. A sycophantic bench deemed
it fitting and expedient, to accept bonds
for his re-appearance in the paltry sum
of #2000, setting the arch-fiend and
leader of the (ping freo to return to
hia accustomed haunts and associates,
with n defiant sneer at our courts and
their power to punish him, We are
drifting toward troublesome times
when a villain who attempts murder
for hire can be bailed out for sueh a
trivial amount The aspect of the at*
tempted crime is, if anything, moro
henious than on ordinary murder, and
who would dream of admitting a murderer to bail. Is a citizen')* life only
valued at f2000? .Should the victim
of this cemetery outrage die, how long
would the muderer finger in this climate? Would not his wealthy confrere* in crime be only too glad of his
escape, and willingly contribute their
pro rata of the nail bonds? Theso
Questions are worth*/ of consideration;
they point to a (Infinite conclusion.
H. Sjiorxy ft Co., Wholesale Cut*
TI1XBBH AND   MANTLE MAM(TPACT*'llEftS,
beg to announce that Mr. C. L. Shorey
win visit British Colnmbia about the
1Mb of Mav with their sampled for tho
coming Fall and Winter, and will, during his stay in tbe provinoe, stop for a
short time at Victoria, New Westminster and Nanaimo. Merchants from the
interior are Invited to make appointments by letter addressed to   .
C. L. Shorey,
npl6tc      Driard House, Victoria ,1».C.
MEDICAL HALL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
 (ja9tc)      	
&
-IMPORTERS-
&
MERCHANTS,
FRONT ST., ■ HEW WKTTMIN8TKB
OFFER FOR SALE
Ultra, Superfine and Graham
ZFLOTTCR
BARLEY,
.       GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
JM-.TMSm
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
 I'slltc)	
Brunette Saw IL
DeBeck Bros. & Go,
Manufacturers and dealers In nil
kin tis of
Shingles, Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
We intend to keep n full slock of
Sash-,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac, Ac, Ac, in fncl
Evei7thing in Woodwork
That will be required lo
FINISH A HOUSE
From bottom to top.
Orders for Hereil Mwlu, TMmmImc
■tl Shaping, will be promptly nnd enre*
fully attended to,  Wo pay particular nt*
tentlon to 1 he manufacture of good, dry
Salmon Boxes,
And wo believe our customers will .bear
us out in Kiiylng that wc mnkn
The But S&laum Bom   tlis Khrer.
We sincerely thank those who have fa*
vored us with their patronage in the past,
and beg to solicit a continuance of their
favors. During the past winter we havo
made extensive additions to our Hill, and
enn now fill orders moro promptly nnd
cheaply than over. 'We hnvo chartered
the steamer "Iris" for the season, nnd will
therefore be able to deliver Lumber
promptly. Wc have also to announce to
the cltlxens of PoftMtwdy lhat we hnve
opened n branch of our business nt thnt
place, nnd wilt be able to fill orders from
there In a few! days,
DrBCCK BROS; A CO.
Now Westminster, Mar 28th, imi Ite
ITOTIOB,
ALL PERSONS l.lDfcBTED to the
estate of the late J, W. Howison nre
notified that payment must be made lm*
fore tbo 1st June, 1884, otherwise the accounts will lie put 1 nto fho hands of u lawyer for collection.
MARY HOWISON,
mylO'ld Executrix.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving now ^..ods
'   consisting in part of
xz>—r~. QOOIDS,
Clothing,
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on-hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. myifrtc. i
STOVES
EltallarM.
Havo just received per
NORTHERN PACIFC RY.,
A large consignment of
STOVRS
 AND	
RANGES
From tlio celebrated manufg firm of
E.C. GURNEY& CO.,
Hamilton, Ont.
These stoves embrace tho
NEWEST ft BEST DESIGNS
And cannot he excelled by any others in
the Province. Having been imported
direct, they will be sold nt very low
prices.
_E.S. SCOULLAR k CO.,
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
ap!2-tc
Port Moody!
FORSALE!
Fronting on the best portion of tho harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.
On tho harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing purposes.     Special
advantages given. *
By the acre, in favorable positions, closo
to the terminus.
Town lots and land in the City aud District of New Westminster.
laatendlrxgr Xaa.ve«toxs
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
' LAND Ao'kNT,
Columbia St, Now Westminster, B. C.
no7] P. 0. Box 39. te.
PACIFIC
CARRIAGE
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Paintitig   nnd   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOOK OF MfFIIJS ALWAYS OH HAND
noSHto]
dry wm
JOHNSTON & SMITH,
Pkofbiktom
O.   Gr.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK "QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
Felt & Tweefl Skirts
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian  Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantecs, Polka Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and   Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
Xj aces,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainm-d figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca   UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of  Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,Wliite and Brown
Tabic Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  'AND   SEE   THEM.
1
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted ; a' fine assortment.   Bracelets,   Lockets,.
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
.  A full and complete stock of
Groceries * Provisions!
gS^-Goods delivered   free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
Cor. OolumblifA Nary 81s.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B:C.
(ooiato)
r ppnimi
<SWIN
L.
« WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.ft
BEGS TO INFQEM-THE RESID-
tmta of New Westminster and vicinity that he is conBtyntly receiving from
Europe shipment!) of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
t, Whioh he will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAD),
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollby-a, London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOLTTMSIA   STBBBT,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
TOT A Gr ESS
—FOB—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON TUB—
Canadian Facile Railway
-v> •
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers . $125 00 permonth.
Hock Foremen... .$.1 00 to *4 OO tf day
Earth Foremen... 2 SO to  3 SO    "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3'SO to   4 SO    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst olass  -, Pfi "
Bridge Carpenters, '
Stndclass 3 00 "
Masons 2 SO to   3 SO    "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 SO    "
Blacksmiths,    lst
olasB  SjSO        . "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
olass   3 00 •   "
Blacksmith Help-
ers  1 SO to   2 00    ".
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborers   1 78 to 2 00    "
Hewers, lst class   3 SO "
Choppers, Istclnss 2 00 tn 2 SO    "
Scorers, let class    2 SO '"
All ontslde labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.    . >
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board awl Lodging.
Boarding Houses, .will ho convenient
along the Line.   Board—|S por week.
It will not be compulsory for.Employ-
ees to board In the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
loth of cach**honth. ■
A.  ONDERDONK,
riEXERXl. MaSAOIB.
Office ot tub Contbaotobb,
Canadian Pacifio Railwav,
Yale, March 1, 1883.
Wood Turner
WANTED.     CONSTANT   feNPLOY*
monl Will be given to a thoroughly
competent man.  Apply at lhe
mhlWc        ■ DOMINION SAWMILL.
Union Temperance Hotel,
iK-iTiKviiu:, iwuiwiurit.
Ilonnl nml ImIkIiic.     Horses lor Hirn.
THOH. BABTUSTT,
npSMo . Pproprlelor.
GOVERNMENT  NoTIOE8i
mp___mgf/_w__m
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN that tho
ll tho Crown lands commonly known
•s the Raima? Reserve, tying to the West
of Port Moody, in New Westminster dfi-
trlct, are not open to purchase or pre-emption, and all persdns are warned ugninst
squatting upon or otherwise denting with
tho name.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. *W.
Landfi A Works Dopt,, Viotorin, B, 0..
May 2nd, 1884. I mystc
"N-OTIOB.
THB HOW. THB CHIEF COMHII-
sloner of Lands and Works wilfrecelve
tenders up to noon on Monday, 2nd J1
next, for t ho purchase of Wire Cable h
ly used for plying the ferry across the
Thompson rivor at Hnvonu, as tho same Is
now stored nt that point,
, Tho highest or nny fondornot necessarl-
ly accepted. -
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-general,
Lands nnd Works Department, Victoria
M. 0., Mny lUlli, 1881. ,    myiT-td
iTo-rioa.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
BB&£3mi--_-vb-i't
¥"""!JiB.a Works, np to noon o( Thura-
Ray. Ifm* ot May next, for the construe-
MonofaWoxonRoua from tho Forks of
Mcola-Komloops Hood lo tlie East end of
Douglas Lake.
Pluns and SpeerXcatlons ean be seen,
ond form for tender obtained, at tno Government Agent!s Offlce, at Kamloops, and
ii.'^t "■''"'# »oc """hn Olapperwn, feso"
Mcoln Valley.
The lowest or any tender nol necessarily
accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General,
t-ands 4 Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0„ April 16th, 1881.    [28ml
PUBLIO NOTICE,
LANDS IN NEW -VE8TMINRTER DIST.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
all vacant, unreserved and unoeou-
fled Croftn Lands situated to tho aoutli of
flit) North Arm of Fraser River and to the
west of. the Mud Bay road, will bo open
for sale or pre-emption on and after Monthly, the 2nd Juno next.
All persons claiming'ti right to any of
tliese lands mustnle a.tatement of their
claim wllh tho Commissioner for the District prior to thntdate.
WM..8M1THE,
Chief Coin, of L. * W,
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
tt C, May 10,188). myH-lm
PUBLIO NOTIOE.
WHEREAS, BY A PUBLIC Notice, Dated 3rd August, 1878, published ip the British Columbia Oqsette, certain lands on the Mainland of BrltUh
Columbia were reserved for railway purposes.
And whereas, the Dominion Govern*
ment have relinquished all clulm to that
Piii Hon of tliose lands lying to the went of
ort Moody. .'
Public notice Is therefore hereby given,
that the ahove Reservation Is hereby rescinded lu so far as It relates to those
lunds lying to tho west of tho Mud XUy
mad, the North road and the North Ann
of Burrard Inlot.     .
WM. SMITHE,
* Chief Com. of L. A W.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
B. C, May 10,1884. myll-lra
NOTICE,     .
BLAND RAILWAY LANDS.
VTOTICE 10 HEREBY OIVEN thttt
ll on and after the 1st June next, at)
those tandd whieh are reserved for Railway purposes, on Vancouver Island, wil
he open to pre-emption by actual settler**,
at the rate of one dollar per wc, as provided by the terms of the Settlement Act,
47Vlc..ch..t4.
Hf-iiotters who hnve occupied and improved any of the lands within thU tract.
Bhould mnke Immediate application for a
record ofthe name, upon printed forms for
tho purposo, which ean he obtained from
tho Government Agent for the District.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L, A W.
Lands nnd Works Depart ment, Victoria
a C, 7th May, 1881. myio-im
~T_e-''BX-—l
Showing the Amieu nnd places mt
Courts of Asstia, If Itt Prl«s, aa*>
Oyer and Terminer for tha year
1884. ' j__
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On VAireotrvKR Island.)
Victoria, Monday,...,. 7th April
Nanaimo ..Wednesday 4th June.
^ (On Mainland.)
New Westminster, Wednesday,... 7th May.
Ynle Monday,. 1Mb May,
Kamloops, Friday .-UOth May.
Clinton, .'..Saturday, "thJnne.
,      I-ALL  ASSIZES.
ION Vancouver Island.]
Victoria, ...Monday......24th November.
Nnnnlmo, Wednesday, Srd December.
[On Mainland-}
Kichflcld. Monday,,., 8th September.
riinton Tuesday,.»th September.
Kamloops W-dn'mlay 8th October.
Lytton, ,....Baturday,..Wth October,
Yalo, Saturday...25th October.
New West .W'dn'fldiy,12th November.
20th January; 1884, fo2to
E. Q. PRIOR,
' Dtreet Importer nnd Dealer In   \
STEEL
—AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Sole Agent lor
Uwl»»Tw>»eB"lniers, Backer. Mowers, Wataojs talk, lake, BMsler
Brill at Bnadeast Jtoeator,
■aylMMrs.   tkalkaa.   wains,
MlaneMM CUst Tkmkers, ttr., tstt.
'Flaua.at Tr. Oalti.-iMi.toiB.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
County Court.
ytoticb ii mnn aiv»» ua,
JN tlionoMslttlniof'Mie Counts-Court
will ho held on WMneeday, tho ith day
of June. IBM.
Hated,Hi April,IM.
E. A. JENNB,
Registrar County Court.
npMd flew Westminster.
W
^51
ALL PERSONS HAVING CL.UMS
against the Colonial Hotel are requested to present them to the undersigned at once; and all persons indejfted
to tho said hotel are requested to make
Immediate settlement,
J. E. INSLEY, Proprietor.
New West., Peo. 17th, 1883.      [del9tc
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No, 7,Block XXVIII, nnd Lots Nos. 10
i  and 17, Block XXXII, In the City of
Now Westminster.
Ai
CERTIFICATE OFKDM-ttAt.
Ible title to the' above-mentionedT/ots
1 be Issued to Maria Woods, on the 24th
doy of July, 18B4, unless In the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to tho
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming an cstato or Interest In Nafd*I3nts
or some part thereof. •* »•   -
CHAS. JAS. LEtWfATT.
Acting Reglslrar-Gem-ra I
Land Registry Office, 17th April, 1884.
GILLEY, MOONEY & GO.,
STEAM
PILE DRIVERS
WHARF-BUILDERS, AC,
Hoisting or ill kinds, and Llfkler.
Ing done on short notice.
ADDRESS-NOW Westminster, B. 6..
_ (aii25tc)
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Biioad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wires, Metoisa-
diss, Minnltcturinjg mi Farming Stock,
Ships In Fort, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cwgoesof sueh Vessels; also, Shins build,
ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FBOM LOSS, OR DAMAHK BY NR(,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•Sl^OO.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABM8TR0N6,
Agent for New Westminster.
DR. SPINNEY & GO'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11KEABNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANOISCO, GAL
"T> f
DR, HPINNKY, well known Mth* torn,
dar of the Moutroa), fC. K.) Nedittl Insil.
tnte, -tint Inlt) Proprietor of the BPINNBYVILLK
INFIRMARY, would moit rapectfully inform
hiii patient* snd tbe afflicted fenerally, that lie
t«t ill cnntluues to treat chronic and oervoui dli.
case* with nnpa'rallplod snecut.
LADIBfl AND OINTLIMIN.
Kemt-mber tth.t procrutlnatlon ii I the thief of
time m
OONI AND Dl BEALBD.
It mntteri not what your truublea mny be, com*
nnd let the Doctor examine your ewe. It will
cost you nuthinit for coniultatlon, to pltMe cell
and aatlify yourcelm whether the Doctor under'
■land* your cute. It he can cure you he will tell
yon soi If not, he will tell you that, for he will
noi '.mil-nuke a cn>o uhIfm he in ronUdt-nt, of ef.
fBctlnjtacnre.
l'artie* at a dlRtance winding treatment, by
nettling 125 and n minute description of tbelr
trouble! will receivo In return, a full course ot
treatment locurely packed io nn not to excite cu*
rloilty. ,   -.vfrvrVL'
DK. SPINNEY will pWnintee fo'ttrMt FIy«
Hundred Dollars for every case of aay kind or
character which ha underUkolud Mil to cure.
P. 8.—For dlwuei of ihort standing, a full
course of medicines, nnfflclent fur a cure, with
all inilrnctlom, will be sent to any addrew on
receipt of $10. ■
Oall er Addreai
Dr. SPINNEY A C(J
It 58-ly     No. 11 Kearney.it. ,8an Fundi
DB. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE  DISPENSARY,
Haw Kearny St., Ban Framelioo, Cal,
——*,"■'■*- t .
KmnUSHID FOR TBS SoltKTtm ARD BITOT CUBS
or Anionic, Nbsvoub un flncui Dtssun.
THE EXPEBT*SPkciAU8T,
DR. ALLEN, AB IS WELL KNOWN, IB A
regular graduated Phyiiclnn. fdttutrd at
Bowdoin College and University of Michigan.'' Ue
liu devoted a lifetime to theitudy of the treat-
ment and core of dlieawi within his ipeclnlty.
-sro-ujret asxnr ,
And MIDDLE AGED MEN, whonremffering from
the effect* of Youthful Indiicrrtlofii or Ssccssea
In maturer yean.NMYors and Finwti Dnimr,
IHKKNOB, Isoet MAUnooD, confttllon of ideu,
dull cyee. avoMon toeoalety, deipotidency, plm-
plei on tho face, Iras of energy and memory, fre.
quoncy of urinating, etc.
MY HOSPITAL DXPBRIBNOK
re of two leading
.. .1 private troublei
I wish it distinctly under-
itood that I do not claim to. psriorn. Impper-iMti-
tlei, or io have mlraculoui or mperBBtural power,
I claim only to be a iklllfat snd luceanral Phynl-
clan nnd Burgeon, thoroughly Infomed In lay
""^"blMASBl <M" MAW.
All applying to me will receive my boncit
opinion of their compl*int*-No experimenting. I
will guarantee a poafllvo cure In even cum 1 undertake, or forfeit tl,000. Oouiultation ir office
or by letter FftlB and itrictly print*. ..Chane*
reasonable. Thorough examluntion, inclidTn*
chemical and mlcroecoplcal aualyela of urine, and
advice, W.O*. Offlee hour*, 9 toO dolly, I to B
evening,  flnnday, H to 12 only.   Call or sddrm
DR.   ALLEN,
»}{ Kearney atreet, San Francieco, Cal.
«- Remember, tbe Doctor hu a Viaitiiu
Cokfousd, tb* result of many yean of ip*clal
practice and haul ntudy, which, under Mi apMlal
advice, hai never failed of aucceai In the can of
LOIT M»BgWI>, PB-MTATOBMSA, etc. ,      .
(Having been anrgeon In chaws
hoHritala) enable* me to trttt *nj
with excellent reiults.  I Irish ltd!
THI MEAT
iBitnerer-rsilinit
Onr. for N«nr.
ous Deblllij .Exhausted Vltallt, '
of a ny k 1 n d,
Weakness, Paralysis, Prosfa-
torrboes,and all
th. terrible ef.
I feels of joutbfnl
follies, and .icesses In maturer jesrs,
11. BISTIB will aire, te forf.ll
VlTC HHired lOlUr, for a eas. of
this kind tb. Vltll ICI'mllT. (under
his special adrltc and treatment),,!!! not
core, or for anytblrg Impure or injurious
fraud in It. Dl. MWWI tresis all Dl,.
ease, successfully without mercury.
OMIlltatlM (MB. Thorough narol--
oation and ad'lee, $5-00. Piice of Villi,
Restorative, $300 a bottle, or four '
times lb. quantity, $10-00; sent to any
address upon receipt or price, or 0.0.0.,
secure frnro olncivalion, and Inprl'at.
nan. il desired, by A. K. NINTH,
H.1).
Thoso wbo cannot ylslt BR. BIHTII
to Ban Franelico should jend a full and .
mlnole stiuement ol their troubles with
13100, and in return a full conn, ol
Medicine will be forwarded, Mcnrely
packed, to as not to excite curiosity.
All order, lor medicine 0, 0, D. most
be accompanied with $1.00 (ai a guarantee of good faith), which will b, del
dueled when tb. package ll shipped.
SAMPLE DOTTLE FBEK.-Senl oa
application by letter stating symptom,,
sci and nge. Communication! itrlctly
confidential. Jnyll-ly
■I Kramer Mm,, be rmetw., Cal.
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