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 Pl'ovinoinl Rnot'n
,)&£?*:!• T"m'''—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— By —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EntuiIoe TO Editorial AND BlISINESR DEPARTMENT THIlbllOHT.il.
Pearson & Co-s. Book 4 Stationery Store.
TERJIS..nS-Mull, ilijenri $1 60 fop0mei.i
It for 3 Ilie.. j payable in Advance., Delivered
Iff Werlelor. Aient, $1 per 'qimrior, imveblo
qieKprlyloftiftlee'iie Asent.
P=
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..Viotoria.
 Yale.
I. P. FISHER  AdTertl.lHK Agent, 21 Merelmnt'B
Kxclinnire, 8.11 Fruncl.cu, In uuthuriaert to reeelee
T.N.mm*ti...
WnWelRR-
Ii
imiipi, own r
M
fljiupar.
mny bo fuinnl on file at
Oflti. P. Riiwnll A Co.'a
Newrtjmptir Ailvortininj*- !liir.*:mflo Spruco St.),
wlioro intvortlilng contractu may lio nuulo for It In
NKW VOKK.
Ihe gjritis.lt Qfehnnbton.
Ite.ln^lli^': Mnritilir. :Au>t. i, i.wi.
Chinese Justice.
I    , ij! \ "'it*
Coriohitier  OP OU« t'dCAL  M.ltllS-
TrtAtii^OouM/J-Aswill hit seen by
out rtjiort*, n moat uranrkablo ducUion
Wat aMiVerl at in "Dilley v. Lap Kim,
wh*J Mtliough Billoy was fined fur
aanultifig tap Kim, Lap Kim has now
been aent for trial for uRadltitag Dilley.
Wo notice that throe Magistrates who
seldom sit, Bat on this caso, «il) mp.
tlio above appeared in the Gum-d-
inn of Saturday, and •toe, caiinot allow it to pass without remark. The
facta of the cose (taking the Guardian's owivroport of it) are succinctly
as follows: On tho 24th of July, in
Haigli's cannery, a (Ihinninaii named
Kop Kin was. brassing the wash-
limine with a tray of fisli.' An Indian woman named Mary threw a
piece of iishnt him (becmise, as she
said, he had done the snine to hor
the day before), whereupon ho (Lap
Kii'i) hastily put down tho tray and
ran at; Mary with a drawn knife, ns
if to.stab her. Mary screamed ant]
ran nwjiy, all llm other Indian
women doing likewise. Uriah Dilley, orerseer in that department,
having his attention attruetcd by tho
scream and row, called upon Lap
Kin to return to his work and not
raise a disturbance. ' Lap Kin stood
still, .and Dilley, having a llsh-piko
in his. hand, slopped up to him, tapped him on the shoulder and repeated the admonition, whereupon Lap
Kin wheeled round nnd drew the
knife at him as if to stub him. Dilley strtick* hip a sow ro blow over
the head with tho fish-pike, breaking
tho handle,   there was a rush of
British Com
voLtiME n
NEW WESTMINSTER, A. O.j WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1882.
NUMBER 10
Dilley—not in the caso of Dilley v.
liftp Kin. We refrain from further
comment afc present; but would
merely point -out, in conclusion, tho
extremely undesirable condition of
matters likely to arifie wherever
largo numbers of Chinese are employed if such things arc to bo dono
in the namo of Justice. Let the
Chinamen once understand that they
can use their knives upon Indians
und whites with freedom nnd im-
; unity, and on their own doubtful
and uncorroborated evidence, actually punish tho white overaeei-a for
defending themselves and the time
will soon como for the whito population, and even the Indians, to "go,"
Tho Chinese evil begins to assume u
new phase. The "yellow1' flag is
being raised above the union-jack !
"Joss" is tvump.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
J)OOK BBpER, PAPER RULER,
J und lll*.iil( Book Manufacturer.
Maps-and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papon*-,
etc., neatly and'cheaply Hound.
Government street, Victoria, B.C.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
D1SAL8B   IN '
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
(AT BRUNETTE MILLS.)
(Shu* Slori).
KITH AND KIN,
forty or fifty Chinamen from another
room witfUllrawn .knives, Lap Kin
lay down in the floor and Dilley ran
;   out.   l'msi ts slibstantially tho evi-
1   denco  given   for   the   defence   on
-    Thursday, in  tho case of Lap Kin
I   against Uriah  Dilley—sworn to by
.   throe wbito' men" and • the Indian woman namoij I Mary-; and yet tho. two
',    sitting Magistrates apparently pvo*
.    ferred to believe  tbe story of Lap
|1   Kin und two other Chinamen, aud
;    imiywed (ihe extreme penalty of law
j,'    allowed! jWp* do not question the
i    riguYdfr wie f Magistrates to prefer
I   Chinese evidence  to that given by
our own race in our courts; but we
;;   may bec-peAimital to point out the
-. obvious dangers to bo apprehended
"'  from mioh :a;eonr.'ifl,;iii view of tho
I hirj^mtmbol'S M' the "Ve»*y lowest
Y, class of .Chinese in the country. So
fe muolifof the case of Lap Kin against
V Dilley, tried beforo the two Magis-
J. trates on Thursday. Now for tho
\'- case of Dilley ugaimt Lap Kin tried
V. before the Jive Magistrates ou IM
\f day. The facts proved by Dilloy,
\j Brown, Lawspn ai|d Mary were, sub-
'J, stantially as above—clearly ostab-
m lishing the fact lhat Dilley was act
vt ing merely in the discharge of his
',! duty «b overseer, that Lap Kin cbm-
II mitted the double .^Rsatilt, and that,
'j in hitting him over tho head, Dilley
tV acted in selMufetise^ and, to all ap-
ffi pearance, saved himself from being
t[| run through with a knife I Aud so
K clear was ttho esse, so conclusive the
l 1   *-t* H' •* * f       I '
i   evidencei that four out of the fi
*;. MagistratescbiieIuded'thatLtheio was
*  no way o|wn to them but to commit
t Lap Kin lor -fat-ial.   The flfth Magis-
■p trate dissented, and that with great
\\ vehemence j. bu J ,tlytt did nob ulfo-r
| the facte.    And it is a notable fact
|  that one of the four who felt them*
| selves «Ital ittlortlaieoinmitment of
i Lap Kin for.'tth^ggmvatuil assault
Sjwith a knife, Ac.f.-fee., was one of
tho tw.o,. Magistrals, who, the, day.
before, inflicted thooxtromo penalty
of tho Jawi^uoUyDilley for hitting
?(Lap j£»n-*«6VtfUffle^Pii4-ln self-de-
i'.ienso when, he was apparently going
to run Wff-ftfr with pig knife I
The OhMfcl-lflin^uIy nayn "a
most -iemarkab)q, decision t was ar-
jrive%5$H»*lt. niost unbjassod' persons will^gte* with us in thinking
;hat th« '-jyenyirkabln decision" was
rendered in the case of Lap Kin v,
(Ooutimtod.)
Oradually sho yielded to the spull of
the dance, the music, tho excitement
of it all* to the unspoken prompting
within-. "Enjoy yourself now, whilo
you may. Lot to-morrow tako care of
llaolf." Go where she would, danco
wiih whom she would, before tho danco
was ovor, sooner or Infer, onco or
of.onor, ns it liiipponod- but inevitably,
slio met Bernard's dark oven, and road
what tlu-y said to hor. When supper-
time camo, and ho led hor in, and
poured out wiuo for hor, and asked
her in a low voice if sho hnd over been
lo Soar Foot, if elio had over walked
prist it since sho had ceased to be his
f-ucst, Judith answered"witli a vibrating voice:
"No, I could not; ami of my own
tree will I will not.'*
Ho smiled, but staid littlo more during tho meal. The supper was served
in brilliant fashion in an enormous
room, at numbers of ruiiiII roundish
tables. Those who had timo and attention tu spare for th*} arrangements
said il was a fairy scone, with its ever*
greens, its hut-house fluwers, and delicate ferns and perfumed fountains.
Judith and Aglionby saw nothing of
that; they forced some kind of an indifferent; conversation, for tinder tho
eyes of thnt crowd, and surf out.dud by
thoso brilliTtnt lights., anything liko
confidential behavior was impossible.
Now and then they woro greeted by
shouts of especially loud laughter from
another part of tho room, elicited by
some peculiarly pir-aunt sully of Misa
Vano's whioh oharmed the chorus of
men around her, and gave a deeper
flush of iriomph to her checks.
Just as the noi.se and laughter wero
at their height, and the fun was becoming faster, Aglionby said to Judith:
"Let's go away.   Thin isn't anius-
.■-.£■•"
They rose. Ro did nearly every olio
else at tho samo time, but not lo go.
Homo one had said something whioh
Judiih aud Aglionby, absorbed in
themselves, had not heard, aud a dead
silence succeeded to the tunmltuutts
noiso. Then a clock wns hoard striking—a deep-toned stroke, which foil
twelve times, and upon tho last sound
tho storm of laughter broke loose, and
a tempest of haiul-fihakiiig and congratulations broke out.
"A happy now year to ymi. I wish
you a happy new year!"
"Hero's to the peaceful interment nf
the old year, and the joyful beginning
of tho now one!''
Aglionby looked at Judith. His
lips were upon, but he paused. Un;
ho must not wish her a happy now
year. Ho knew ho must not; and he
waa silent. Many others had now
finished supper. They, too, loft the
room, and seated themselves, nfter
wandering about a littlo, iu a kind of
alcove with a cushioned Bent, of which
there were many iu tho hall. Then—
for they wero jis much alouu as if uot
anothor creature had boon near thorn
—Aglionby at oneo resumed the topic
he had been dwelling uu all supper
time. i
"Vou have never been near Sen:
Foot since that day. That means, that
you aro still relentless ?" said ho, regarding her steadily, but with entreaty
tn his eyes, and a decided accent of
tho same kind in his voice.
"It means lhat I must bu so—must
seem bo, at least," sho replied dream-
ily.
"Pardon me, but I cannot see it in
that light."
"That means, that you do not bc-
lievo mo?"
"Nm I moan that if you would only
stato your reasons, and toll mo tho obstacle you see to our friendship, that I
could demolish it, let it be what it
might."
"Oh-no, you oould not," said Judith,
hor heart beating with a wild pleasure
in thus, as it were, dancing on tho
edgo of a precipice. "Vou do not
know; it conld not bo swept away."
"And I Bay it could—it could Judith, if you Would only allow it."
Sho Btarted slightly, as hu spoko her
name, and bit hor lips; but sho could
uot summon up her strength of will to
rebuke him.
"Why—why do yuu say snub things I
What makes you think bo J" she asked
tremulously.
Aglionby took hor fan, and bent toward' hor, as if fanning hor with it;
but while his hand moved regularly
and steadily to and fro, ho spoke to
her with all tho earnostucss of which
ho was capable, and with oyos which
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Sido of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for tho nccoinmoilatioii of tlio
l'uliliu, ami tho proprietor will emluavor
to iloscrvo a fair uhnro of pntronngc,
Tho vory host of Wines, Liquors ami
Ciiurs will always bo kopt.
C.   MORTON.
July 1,1881. ' anil
FRY,
Contractor and Builder.
PIAXS and SPEfJIFICATIOJTS CARE-
KUIiliV *IA1)E OUT.
HAVING ENGAGED TllE SEE-
vices of Mr. Jas. Bpibhs, and
fittcil our Shop with a set pf lirst-elass
Tools, wo are in a position fco turn out
the best quality of work in this line.
my!3 DkBECK BEOS, k CO.
Also AGXST nm TUB
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This ia tho BEST nud CHEAPEST
Roofing now in use. Call nnd examine
model roof.
pf .Shop corner of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster,    ap'12
FIRE INSURANCE,
THE LANCASHIRE
(Aninlgiunntoil with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital,
£2,000,000 sterling
Current Rates of
Risks ncL'cpted nt
Premium hy
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster,
Columliia St., Now Westminster.
SELLING OFF!
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
Till* KNTIJtH ;'TOCK OF
Furniture,   I'icturfiH,   Moulding^
Wall Paper, ami Uiirtertultcrs'
Goods,
In the Store lately ocoupiou* hy David
Withfow.
Orders for Goods whieh are Hot on
hand will lie filled from Victoria ou short
notice*
Por further particulars, apply on the
premise's, Cnhimhin Street, hew Westminster, or to
J.   SETir,,
Victoria, B. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westmihster, E. 0.
SAW   ni-IiVti,    KKV   FITTIMi,    1,0-TK.
SHITH, (TTTM.Ky <-tt«IA».
ftteigsoits ssniii'i-xg-fit,
sEwiN-a Machines
Cleaned and Repnired.   Mnchino
Needles for Snlo.
i ml'iTlI.tH Uei.ilcil, timl (iem ra! teojiiilf.
iUK m-iitlj ilonr.
Ammunition of all kindti. A full tuaijrp
ment of Re-loading Tools, nnd everything
required hy n Sportsman. RlMhsa, Sunt
Gum Rbvolvjshs, and Kisiuxti Tackle
for sale.    • cI24y
ADVANTAGES (IF THE
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
fiEATHOBN'S
I
Boot k Shoe Mantjiactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under tho new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast., New Westminstor.
ESTABLISHED #59,
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Oiiposltc llic Coloillitl Hold,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mill! LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
X   assortment of nll descriptions of
EATS
VEGETABLES
Constantly on linnd, nnd supplied to Families, Restiummlt-j and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
-AMI-
MUSICAL HSTEuTHITS
OP EVERY  DESCUimON,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS S'AKIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fino Aflssortmeht) from -?2."i to §00,
BAGNALL& CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(lOVliimiliXT STKEET,  VICTOIUA,
J.  BAGNALL,
I'lAXOFOJlTBifeOltGAM Tt'NIilut RiBVAIHKll
ROYAL  CITY
IS
ItolBIITBIR)
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO SIANUEAOTURE
—A!,!. nESIiJUl'TION.S OF—
Rougli k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Planing. Scroll-Sawing
iii!*, SIiajjIiiK,
Turn*
And all kinils nf WOOD-WNIRHINO,
c.vcenteil to order with the
most tttrtoovED Machinery.
FISH   OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
R1CMAFID STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOH1? HENDRY,
Manager..
H.
'LEICEI CO.
fm §»tle ox lo gkut.
FOR SALE.
COLUMBIA STRKKT,
Now   Westminster, B, .C,
HAVIKO PURCHASED AND
. completely ru-furnished and
othcnvi.se greatly improved thia
wolUlounVii estaulislunoati I have
tho pleasure toaimoimco that it in
now
o^»"M%m'
For the-reception of Guests.
Coiivioiitly located and well ap-
pointed in every department,  with
W
And oil the most modern appliances; it will he found' in every
respeofc tho hest, ns it ia tho largest
nnd most commotllouai Hotel on the
Mainland i
Tho
RESTAURANT
Di
rtmetit ia nnder the very host
nriniKjeiiient both as rcgnnlii i:i'Isi.\k
nud attendanee, aud pai"tiea desiring
tliem can have comfortable PrlYlitC
IlililiiK ttimms, witli spodal littou-
The
BAR
ROOM
SEVEN THOUSAI
ACRES
COIL OIL
Over the Refined Oils ol Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
FOR SALE.
The undoiaigi'iud oiler
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAiSilE
m LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Liberal Terms of Pnymrnt given lo
Iluua llilc Settlers.
These Lands nre of excellent 'jnality,
anil a lare;e iinrtiou of thein is ready for
P
IMl'OUTKltS AND DKALKIW IN
STOVES,
RANGES,   toO.,  toO.,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
tho LOWEST MARKET HATKS.
Tinwfiro mmnifactiircd ■"■n the promises.   Jobbing promptly ftttendod to.
ROI.IIKOO^'M Sii'OM. l.Mf.»I\(l,
Jii'W VctmiHsfcr.
GO TO THE
FRANCISCO
the nlongli.
WOODS k TL'IINi:i;.
Hev: WestiniiiiitC;
K. JI.
JOHNSON,'
Vietoria,
C. 11. SWORD,
P
(Soo  i'.mrtli   ri»ii''.)
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with n light gravity,
which makes tho Oil n protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gltos a (nrll-
llant) Light (Mjiiiil to Ten ('..mile,
hl^lils!
Ita odor is Hot offonalvo.   Tho Deacon
Light Oil in
FREE  FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, the Beacon Light
Oil is
b.*:ss i;U'i.>s» s: than 01111.1; pits.
The Consumer hnrning one light—for
Pour Hotn*a -will not consume over Ono
Gill, or one thirty-second part of a Gal*
Ion. whieh does nnt tax the Consumer
more thnn Two Cents for a whole night.
OIM'EXIIEIMERliliOS.,
fet Sole Agent-1, Victoria, B.C.
Wo coutlnne^to aot as Solloltorfl Un- Vtxt
entn, Caveats', Trmlu Marks, Copyrights,
etci, for tlio United States, Cttnada.Cuha,
Ehglaml, Franco,   GfiniiHiiy, etc.    AA'e
have had thlrty*ttvoyorirs experience.
I'll tents obtained through us are nolio*
ed in the SotiftrTlFIC) AmkhkUn. This
large and splendid illustrated weekly
paper, §3,20 n year, shows the Progress
of Seicnee, Is very Intbresfutg, and hns
an enoriribus ofroulatlon. Address,
J1JUNN & CO., Patent .Solicitors, Pub
lishers of Si*ikstii'I(I Amkhums, 37 Park
How, New York. .Hand book about Patents sent freo. de 14
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nm
l Ml TIi*,.].yTi-roiuTnen(ii**fl
. v\; for   . ISKfoiisitrnH,
.■-'i- i'Sead-Acur,   l'ou*>
'--> Hilrm.lmi.Kndleti'.i*
, »!.-7lii''.s-,, I3enri1i»rn,
BtrcatMf   !.:i:..s «f .*.i 1 -
.:>.   . ;.n>(I!i'e,   liKH of
N'omticli, LSvcr *'oni*«
- i'irri.-'.:ii;froiiillioSioin-
:-'.!<,nr' ■-.  They arc enfe.
tntticlr  itton. Fromltoa
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND get vonn
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS  AND SHOES OF EVERY
iteyerijition made to ortler, ami repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO    A—
T*UXTS*&    EOCT.
The highest CASII price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET.
Is stocked with the choicest \\~un\x
and Lifpiors, nnd the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on haml.
billiard mm
Is'spacious awl well appointed,'and
provided with Sthaui.k's Patknt
CUSHION TABLES,   the best in
USD..
ate
'Good attendance nnd modor*
3. E, INSLEY,
Phopwetob & Ma:
April 4, 1SS2.
O-ranville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUREAE.D      INLET.
Newly Built anil 5ini Iy Fiiriilslicd,
l/iir).T nlld tolillhdilioiis.
OIIEOF THE BIST HDTELG Oil TilE HAINLWO.
SHU'S  or  11COJ13  roi;  FAMir.ms
t^r Visitors nml Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting yjlaee,
Tiie scnle of
lie strmlly mod.
Good staMiilg on tin
inrges will lie found to
atb.
Oft
TU tin. Hank.
IMPERIAL
mi INSORANSE COMP'y.
I Oi.n llno.vn St. mid 1(1 Pali, Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
}riOH IN.SUKINC IIOUSRS & OTHER
1 Buildinga; Goods, Wares, MeMhan-
di.se, Mauufaoturing and I'annlug Shirk,
Skips in Port, Harbor ot' Douk, and tho
Cargoes of auch.Yeaaelsi also, Ships building and repairing, liiu-ge-* and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, nnd
(ioods on board Such vossuls, Uirouglioat
Griiat Britain and Ireland and iu Foreign
Cmi 11 tries,
FROM LOSS OU DAHA-QB ItY FIRE.
Subseribed and Invested Capital-
^1,(500,000 STCJ.
Uates of Prai.iuni aiid every infonna*
tiun Win be obtained o*i HpplieiiUOu to
W. .1. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for Xcw \Vi'sl:i.in.-tiT.
ugi
JOSEPH
MAMMON.
0R0 RESTAURANT
ColiWBJA kti!i:i:t,
NEW WZSTMINSTEn, B. C.
it;s'rAiii.lsr,i:i> isoo.)
TM
HISWHLl, KNOWN AND MOST
iivoninntly loontod oBtablislnnont,
liaring lieeu unroliasoil by ilie uiuler-
signoil. Will lie eomlueteii' as n 1'IKST-
C'l.AfIS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
of
NOWorNEVEE
rnHK FLOATING P1TOTOCRAP1UC
1. tiallcry will remain only a few (lay?
lontaur. Thoae who have work v, il! plea .i.1
eallaml uowfc hu
Ulnlcv
Mbs. 1
the pel
AlillKTT
lonnl
sup
riiitenileuee
*H? ^
Q :tfU jOHL Ms
Doatd
Hoanl
Single
■ torlgii
lone ],ei
Meals..
S   V
\Vc
v AV
k...
ecli 80
Wi
'or llm
lie Mai
•aril Inl
Sla
ttw
too -
■avo this Ro
Iny.
May (i.
1SS1.
S.
w.
DAGGETT.
HAHK amitolBER. HAS A KILK
.1 of excellent bi-icka for salo cheap,
Delivery anywhere.
T. MuKAY.
New "Westminster,
June 24, 1SS1. jn2o
Tor sale's
milK KOLLOWlNn-.-.
15 Fat Hogs,
15 Small Hogs,
I   White Chester Hoar,
A uuinh'or of Horses,
i Cutting ]]ox,
1   Pliitform 6oalo (ea)>acity 1,000);
Also—for sale or lease—the premises
leecatly oecupied by mo.
To be seen 011 application to
vf. J. FRENCH,
New West., July 4, 1882. jy5
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IK WHOLE Oil 1'AB.T,
nONTAIKfKli THREE HUNDEEti
\J nerci Dykoil Laii'Lof wliicii2n0acres
could easily bo put, under crop for noxfc
eensoir,
WITH 1V1IARF PH FEET FRONT, and
AMI'lE IIAS1V A>n  OTHER
Bl'lLBlXG    A (J CO MM (IDA Till If.
Apply to
C. B. syvoED,
Itiversiile;
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
rnHK FARM CONSTSTS OF 320
j. Acres, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Andersonja Hunch, of whicli a part
is B&italflo for crop. It is situated about
Smiles from tlio J'ublio Hall and Road.
Also—7"i Milk Pans. Churn, and all
the implements neeesiwi-y for Dairying.
Alsor-20 good Mitch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
ap-"»tc Nicoln, Lake.
FOR. SALE.    ,
CABINET ORGAN'
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A5-0CTAVEMason&Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-boss, octavo coupler, vox hu*-
mana, firand organ, and knee bwcII, 8
stops. This organ ir- now used in tho
Methodist Church, nml is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for §150
cash, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. il. PKARSON k CO.,
.Stationers & Music Dealers,
fc-lte New Westminster-
A Splendid Farm!
200  AOItES   IMPROVED!
135   Acres  Under   Timofhy!
mlTK UNDERSIGNED OFFERS for
J Sale, on favorable terms, his splen-,
did(Farin, situated on tbo North Ann,
M miles from the City of New Westminster and within four miles of tho Town
of Granvilloj the
'    R A1IAVA Y   TERMINUS.
The Farm contains .1-"il  acres of rich
bottom   land,   thoroughly   dyked  and
drnined and freo from ovcrllW at till
There are*
208   ACitH*   i^vitoirn.
Of which  \Xi uciesare under timothy,
and the remainder muter oats, root crops
and pasture.
There is a good bearing or hard nnd a
splendid spring of faurowafor.
There lire a comfortable dwelling, two
double'liarris 120*15 foot; together with
sheds uml other out-buildings,
The Farm is well stocked with horses*
cattle, pigs, kcl and with tho most improved agricultural impjonieute nml ma-
ahbrnry, Including a "Giant Reaper."
Tlio property front*- oh the North Ann,
aiul tlh-ivi:-ii wharf (not quite finished),
aum-ding excellent landing for steamers.
There ia no better farm in the country,
nml it in in a condition to pay a largo
profit on the investment from the first.
Tin- l';in!i will be '-oh! with or without
For particulars apply 0:1 the jiremiseB
w'Vyport'to
MUCH  MAGEE.
2STABIISEED   IW   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
3Sff 3*3 W S 3E» JL. X» 3E3 20
JDVI^RTISINQ
Kuouis 20 nnd 9li ^UTcliunts' Rx-
cliniijw- Puiit'ontia ;S1., %• l\. Cal.
XT 1I.-AI)VEU'II81N« SOLICITED
.i> . For nl! ■■,'V'<*.i'|,.'i-> i>ul.li;.lii'(l im the I'licillo
ijn-i-t, tin* Siitulwi'-ii li-liiii'ii.'*, I'.ilviit'Nin, Moxluim
t'ortfi, l'liiiHinti, Viilimi-iilso, .lni>iin, Clilim, New
Kmlm-il, Hi'- Aii-iti.illnii (Monk**-, lliu K'tHlGln
Pt.it*!:) miil iiiirnpn, l-'ik1.*' of nunrlj oVcry triewS'
litMiCt1 Imull|ilici1 on thu I'licilli- (.!'.«:iii uro koiili
coiislnmlj' mi liitmi an*, nil ttowtleori nru
nUowcit Icon ilteeiw tq thi-m iluritij*; bfllinoss lionrs.
1*.,
1 .iletit tlio i.~...-.., ■.J..w.^1^„ftr;
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Through Freight  .EwonAGo
Clocks 0. M. McNaughton
Notico \Jnhn Oliver
Wanted  .Rov. E. Robson
Special—Caution. .Am. Watch Co
■lhe "Stilish Columbian.
tVi'iIiiesil.-ij  Miimiiifr. Auk. '•'. IHH'J.
After (ire Baltic.
With the exception o'f Cassiar,
full returns for tbe provincial elections have been received. It may
be a month beforo Cassiar is heard
from, but the election in that district cannot seriously affect tho general result. According to the information now in our possession we be-
lievo the following list correctly represents the relative strength of
parties, ns far as can bo ascertained:
•& 0. I.
New West. City.— Armstrong..—   1 «*-
"       "     lHst.— Robson —   1 —
»      "      *■      'Orr ™   1 ~-
Victoria City.—Beavon.-.  1	
"        "      Davie.........—   1 —
•V       •"      Duck......,,. 1
Sl        '"      Drake —   1 —
"     Dist.—John..,.- .— . 1 —
"        "      McTavish.....—   1 —
Esquimalt,—Helgesen....-   1	
" Hett,   1	
Nanaimo.—Dtifismuir ■—   1 —
" Raybould —   1 —
Cowichan.—Smithe -,—   1 —
Comox.—Dingwall  1
Yale,—Somlin. —   I —
"       Mara —   1 —
"       Bennett —   1 —
Lillooet.—Davie- —   I —
Allen —   1 —
Ciuiboo.---Cowan  1
" Wilson —   1 —
" McLccse  1
Kootenay.—Galbraith  1	
4 16 4
Iu this list we have placed as Independent some who have hitherto
supported the Walkem Government.
Hut this has not been done without
reason, Tt must be remem'bereil
that tho Walkem Government is a
tiling of tbe past, and tlmt which
lias succeeded it is hardly worthy of
tho name of Government. There
are some of the members just elected who would have supported Mr.
Walkem if he bad been premier,
but they havo declared very plainly
that thoy will not support Mr.
Heaven's administration. In view
of these declarations, and of other
circumstances which havo come to
our knowledge, the foregoing classification hns been mado, It will be
perceived thnt the Government have
only 4 supporters—or, rather, tho
two members of tho Government
have two supporters in the House.
Giving them ull the Independents
(which thoy certainly will not got)
and Cassiar (liofc heard from), the
Government would have 9 and the
Oppostition IG. There is not the
slightest doubt, therefore, that the
Government lias been clearly defeated, and the province is to be
congratulated ou that fact. There
seems to be a doubt in ninny minds
as to tho course the Government
will pursue under the circumstances
—whether they will resign at once
or retain office until forced to resign
by an adverse vote of tho new
House. The proper and honorable
course would undoubtedly be for
them to resign as soon us they have
informed themselves of the fact that
they no longer possess the confidence
nnd support of a majority of tho
representatives. The acting Provincial Secretary, Mr. Humphreys,
has lost his seat, and is no longer a
member of the House. It would
bo a very extraordinary proceeding
for tho two remaining membors of
a defeated Government to appoint
another Provincial Secretary and
send him to the country for election
when tbey know that the Government cannot bo carried on. It would
bo no less extraordinary if Mr,
Humphreys should be permitted any
longer to discharge tho duties of un
office he cannot lcgully hold. But
it is just possible Mr. Beaven may
set all constitutional usage at defiance.    Wo shall see.
Sunday Fishing.
There are many people in this
country who think tho Dominion
Government committed a serious
blunder when it passed an order permitting Sunday fishing in British
Columbia. The regulation wns made,
wo believe, at tho request of cannery
proprietors. A succession of poor
seasons had produced^ discouraging
effect upon this industry. The run
of fish had not been lnrge, and it
was exceedingly short. Tho cannery
men, therefore, had a natural dosiro
to make all the hay they could during the few days of sunshine. The
desire was in itself quite proper, but
the steps taken for ita accomplishment aro open to serious objection,
and it is a mutter of considerable
surprise that tho authorities at Ottawa should have consented to the
arrangement. With very few exceptions tboSe who engage at the
canneries dining fishing season are
required to work on Sunday. The
tfien aro out in the river with their
nets; tho steamers nre plying up and
down gathering the fish and Taking,
them to the canning establishments;
tho Chinese-anti Indians and whites
n're kept busy (Iressing and -euring
and canning; the machinery of the
establishments runs as on week days;
there is absolutely no notice whatever tttkjn of a day whieh wo have
all been taught to believe should be
observed as n day of rest. The evil
results of Sabbath desecration arc
many. Evil communications corrupt
good manners, and the influence of
this vast indusUry in full blast, under the express authority of the
Canadian Government, must bo to
lessen -in many minds the respect
which they have for the sanctity of
'the day. In theso canning establishments a number of young boys are
employed. These 'boys must know
that, theoretically, it is wrong to
work on Sunday; but'the Dominion
Government steps in nnd declares
that it is not wrong 1 There a-re also
a number of Indians. It has been
urged mora than once in these columns that Indian labor should be
employed more largely in the canning industry. They are quito as
bandy as the Chinese, and infinitely
more desirable as permanent residents of the country. During the
present season many of these Indians have been induced to come
from tho north to work in the canneries. But somo of those whose
good fortune (or bad fortune) it has
been to come under tlie influence of
religious instruction at their far-ofl*
homes are confronted at once with
embarrassment. The missionary
has taught them from the bible that
it is wrong to work on Sunday unless tho work be one of necessity.
They havo accepted the doctrines
ami submitted to the discipline of
their teachers, and their own native
Government has passed laws forbidding Sunday labor. But they
are told at the canneries that they
must work on Sunday, or they cannot work at all I Under these circumstances thoy are puzzled what to
do. Shall they obey their own
native laws prohibiting Sabbath desecration, or shall they obey the laws
of the Christian (?) nation which
sent religions teachers to convert
them, and fish on Sunday? Some
of them, it is to be feared, have
dono violence to their consciences in
obedience to the fishery regulations
of our professedly Christian nation.
Others, to their credit, have absolutely refused to work on Sunday,
and tho consequence is that they can
find no work nt the canneries 1 There
nre Indians now in this city ftom
Nans River, hundreds of miles up
the coast, who nre nnd have been
lying idlo because they prefer a
clear conscience to a full pocket.
They camo to work at the canneries,
but on Saturday night they were
told they must work ou the following day. They refused, and tbey
were discharged. Tbey applied at
other canneries, but met with the
same repulse everywhere. When
these men go back to their tribe,
what report can tbey take concerning the 'practical working of the
Christianity they have beon urged
to accept by our own missionaries 1
Surely this state of things calls for
a remedy. We have the greatest
regard for invested interests; we
are fully alive to tho great importance of encouraging and fostering
the fishing industy in this province ;
wo believo that the fullest latitude
consistent with right should be permitted to those engaged in it; but
is this Sunday fishing right! Tlio
laws of our country are professedly
founded upon the laws of that book
which we regard as tbe source of
our national greatness. Why, then,
should the Government wilfully set
aside one of the fund mental principles of our constitution when
neither necessity nor prudence demands it 1 The canning business is
already established; and, unless
people in this country have beon
greatly misinformed, it is a very
profitable business to all engaged
in it. We are suro these establishments could well afford to rest ono
day in seven—and we are not sure
that tho results of the Sanson's operations would be any less on account
of that rest. It hns been sufficiently demonstrated already that a
man who rests* on Sunday will average more work thnn one who does
■ttT?.Tt?vrz&*tt!P:
not. But the moral consideration
should outweigh all others, and from
that point of view Sunday fishing
is unquestionably and wholly bad,
and it is a standing reproach to our
national Government,
Among tho representatives elected
to the new Legislature wo are glad to
boo Mr. Mara, of Kamloops. Mi*.
Mara has boen for a number of years
in public life, and has been one of tho
most useful men in the House. During tho late contest he did no canvass*
ing whatever^ and 'ftsked no one to
votofcrhim. This accounts for tho
fact thnt lio did uot stand at the head
of 'the poll. Mr, Semlm, also-elected
for tho Vale District, has hnd some experience in tho -Legislature, and it is
understood that ho will work cordially
with his two colleagues, Messrs. Mara
and Bennett. Yalu District has made
a judicious selection. In Cariboo we
havo Mr. Cowan, a former representative, who for personal and prudential
reasons supported tho Walkem Government;. Now that Mr. Walkem haa
retired frdm ipelitioa, wo believe Mr.
Cowan does not feel that he owes any
allegiance to the succeeding Government -and "will be prepared to support
whatever administration he thinks
best. Mr, Wilson is a new member,
and a gentleman who has the reputation of knowing how to do business in
a businesslike way. Mr. McLeeso,
tho third member for Cariboo, is also
a new factor in politics, although one
of tho old pioneers of this country.
Ho has worked his way up gradually
but surely, and woll deserves the -honors which the people of Cariboo have
placed upon hiin. Financially he is
independent, and so he is politically.
WANTED;
BOARD AND LODGING FOR MAS-
ters ami Boys connected with Collegiate and High School in this City.
- Apply at once to REV. E. ROBSON,
Secretary. au2te
NOTICE.
■vrOTICfi IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
1_\ tho following are the names of the
pci'sons duly elected as Reeve nnd Councillors for the Municipality of Surrey for
the year 1G82:
Rkkve—Win. C. McDougall.
CouNon-LOits—John Armstrong, Wm.
Brown, Gflprgc Boothroyd, Donald Stow-
art, Thomas Shannon.
JOHN OLIVER,
Returning Officer.
Surrey, July 24, 1882. au2
C.   M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARG-
eat assortment of Clocks over hold
ou tlm Mainland of British Columbia,
Nlckd Clocks, ut $2.2,1 (warrantod)_.
Si'lh  Thomas'  Nlckd Alarm, at
§3.25.
All kinds of Mantel  and  Ollice
Clocks.
Wultham Watches, coin silver coses,
from Sio upwards.
A line assortment of Stirling Silver
JcWClrj', of tlio latest designs.
Silver riate Ware  and Optical
Goods.
Columbia Rtrkkt,
au2 Sow Westminster, B.C.
THROUGH FREIGHTS
—FROir-******-
SAN  FRANCISCO
—TO—
New Westminster k Yale,
FOR SANTRANCISCO
Carrying H. M. Malls and Wells,
Fargo 1 Co.'s Kxprcss.
THE FAST AND POWERFUL BUI-
tish Steamer
"SARDONYX!"
W.   MEYER,   MASTER,
Will sail from New Westminster,  vin
Nannimo, for .Sail li'rauciseo, on or uhout
FRIDAY, AUGUST II,  1882.
RETURNING-WU1 leave San Francisco about AUGUST 18, connecting
with tho Steamer "GERTRUDE" at
New Westminster, for Yalo.
Carrying Freight at the following reduced rates:—
From San Francisco to New Westminster—$4.60 per ton;
From San Francisco to Yalo—§0.60 per
ton.
B. C. Merchants will do well to patronize the Local Boat.
For further information apply to
EWEN &  CO.,
Agcnta Str. "Sardonyx,"
New Westminster.
S.   GUTTE,   307   California St., San
Francisoo, au2
(Yalo Sentinel please copy.)
WANTED.
A LOAN OF 83,000, FOR A TERM
of years on unexceptionable security. Rate of interest seven pet* cent, per
annum, payable half-yearly.
Apply A. B. C, Box 1, New West-
tnuiatoi*, jy29
I
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the Oity.
THE CULlMl' DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER VRR CHARGE  OV &N
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announco to the Public tti'at he
hns purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
Tho Parlors and Sleeping Apartments aro under the superintendence
■et Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private.Reading Rboft, commodious,., comfortably furnished, and
Woll sutfpfted With books and papers, is
provided 'for the use of gucBta.
Ib supplied with tho choicest brands of
Wines, Liqooks, Cigars, &c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
COLLEGIA!]*.
—AND—
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
RE-OPENS   AUG.   30,  18S2.
VISITORSV»'ReV. fc. JamIkson,  Rev-,
• C Watson.
MA&HTORS: — \V*. J. Armstrong,
M. P. P., J, S. Clute, Esq.., Rkv.
E. Robson., C. G. Major, FM.
TEACHKRS:-.
H. M. Stramrk'hci, B.A., Prin.cii'al;
Mathematics,' Classics anil History.
Rkv. W. ,T. Dowler,!-.. A,,Yioe-Prin-
uii'AL; Modern Languages,  Science
and Literature.
L.  R.  MoInnbs,  M. D.;   Anatomy,
Physiology nml Hygiene.
Mrs. 1>. Robsonj Voice Culture nnd
Art of Singing.
Instrumefibsl Music (piano) by a first-
class teacher.
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into four
terms of 10 weeks oach.
EXPENSES:-
Tuition, High School, per term, §15.00.
Bonrd, per term, §45.00.
Music (vocal or instrumental),per term,
S10.00.
Uso of Instrument for practice, per
term, $3.00.
Washing, 50 waits per doz.
For circulars, with fuller information,
apply to
E. ROBSON,
See,-Treas.
New West., July 20, 1SS2. jy22
TENDERS WANTED.
HEALED TENDERS WILL BE RK-
(o ceived by the undersigned up to
WEDNESDAY the Kith day of August,
for putting in Flood Gates in Big Slough,
Boundary Bay, and making about seven
ami one-half miles of a Ditch and Dyke
in Townships 3 nnd 4, New Westminster
District.
Each tender must benccompnuicdwith
the names of two good sureties in the
amount of contract price for the faithful
completion of the work.
Plans and specihVations may be seen
nt Messrs. T. It. Pearson k Co.'s, New
Westminster, up to the 1st day of August; after that date they can be seen at
Mr. Robt. T. William's Book-bindery,
Victoria.
Separate tenders will bo received for
the work as stated iu specifications.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order of Commissioners,
WM. McKEE,
Clerk.
Bayviow, July 10, 1882. jy22
New Books I
" *TVyTANIT0BA AN1) THK great
1V1 North-Wort," "Lives of the
Wives of -Presidents of U. S.," "Lifo of
lion. Geo. Brown," "Illustrated Stock
Doctor and Live Stock Encyclopedia,"
"History of tile 8«i," "The Royal Path
of Life, Family Bibles and a number of
other first-class Books. These Bonks nre
sold by ngents only, and by addressing
the undersigned prices mny bo obtained
and Books may lie received at publishers'
prices. Parties up-country will be waited upon at once. Newspapers or Magazines furnished at same rates.
H. W. HUGHES,
Gen. News Agent,
jy26-lm New West., B. C.
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
NEW WESTMINSTKlt BUAJNJIt.
DEPOSITORS ARK REQUESTED
to present thoir I'nsB Books for insertion 01 intercut up to tlio 30th June,
1882.
G. HTTENDRIGH,
Agent.
N. W.; July 11, 1882. jyl5
MONEY TO LOAN.
TRUST   FUNDS   TO   LOAN   ON
firat mortgage; and mortgaged purchased.
H. H. HORSEY,
jy2!Mt    At Mrs. Holmes', Mary Street.
RAILWAY
TERMINUS
M    MUi!
(WITMIIT RESERVE)
A Rare Chance for
tekent!
NOT LIKELY TO OCCUR
AGAIN.
THE UNDERSIGNED is
instructed to sell by
PUBLIC iMION
At his SALES ROOMS, Columbia Street, NeW Westminster, oh
WEII! Mt,
August 2nd, 1882,
At 1 o'clock p. nl., the following Lots on Clarke's Survey, Port Moody, viz.:
Lota 35, 36, 39, 42,
44,46, Block 4;
Lots 32, 34, 36, 38,
30,41,43, Block 5;
W. 1-2 of Lot I, E. 1-2
of Lot I, E. 1-2 of
Lot 2, Block 6.
These Lots are situated on
Clarke and Murray Streets,
in close proximity to the
Lots selected by the Government Engineers for the Railway Round Houses, Work
Shops, &c, and are therefore
admirably adapted for business or residential purposes.
TERMS — Half Cash on
fall of hammer; balance on
completion of deods. Deeds
at purchasers' expense
Maps can bd seen Iind further information obtained at
the office of
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Auctioneer.
W. RAE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Hotel,
NE*"V  WESTMINSTER, B.&.
HAS   ALWAYS    ON   HAND   A
. VARIED STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
DryGoods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, &c.
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 2,1 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his tfdm'er-
otts Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do 'ft big 'trade during
the present year. We have
how in stock ft complete a»
sorfment of
JUST EECEIVED-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
Hats   and   IionnctH,  Flowers,
Feathers, Luces, Plain and
Shaded Watered Kib-
bons,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
nnd Plash.
NEW DESIGNS IA TIES&RUfFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed, ami satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
HJjT All Goods sold at reasonable
rates.   Call and inspect onr stock.
WM. RAE,
np22 Columbia Street.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T.R. Pearson k Co,, Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
RcsotlrCcs of the Company ns nt
31st December, 1881.
I. SubslMhca' Capital—
Pahl-np £ nOO.OOO  0  0
Uncalled I  1,500,000   0   0
.«2,OOb,000   0   0
Uv Fire Faint—
Reserve.......i..£844,r>Tri lo II
Pielniam KcMin'o. 1110,051   7   0
Iklaaciinf I'liilitaiul
Loss Account    54,3G7   7   1
£1,218,405 14   0
III. Life Fanil-
A ee n am luted
Final  of   the
Life Branch..£3,112,590   T   8
A ecu ma la ted
FiihilOfthoAh-
unity Drench..     illl.r.Bls   9   4
£1,508,105 II   0
IV. Eevemjo tor tho Year 1881—
Firo    Breach —
Premiums ami
Interest £1,024,460 16 11
Life nml Annuity
Bronchos -Premiums ami Interest     478,825 14   3
jn!7
«1,503,286 11   2
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
LYTTON   SQIARE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   0.
HAVING JUST RECKIVED Invoices of NEW GOODS and
being desirous of clearing off his stock of
Tweeds new en haml, the undersigned
will sell at first cost lor cash.
jyB-lin
W. ELSON.
NOTICE.
PERSONS   HAVING CLAIMS   A-
gwimli tho Kstute of thu lata VV. H.
I/)WO uro hereby requested to lodge bar**
ticulara.of Miosniiio with It. L. CAWS-
TON of Oii-yooH Lake, 1). C.
July 23, 1882. }0-Un
nsrotflCE.
TillSHERMEN AND OTHERS ARE
Jj notified tlmt it Is illegal to import
salmon undor any protence from above"
tho Bumas llivor,
Ci. PHTF.N'DRIQI.,
Fishery, Overseer.
.Inly 28,1882, jy20
*"
i- '
1861.  1882.
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large dist
counts, which enables us tt
Sell at much lower rates thai!
formerly. We are deter*
mined to keep the Columbia
House to lhe front, making
it, as it has fasten for yeai*,
the leading mercantile House
oil the Mainland. Otlr stock
is usually so complete that we
can till orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other!
House in this City, and w»J
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
iMPORTERi
New West,, Feb. 8,1882.,      foil
Qn»B
-IR—
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL A880RTMKN1*
OF
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OF  .
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries^
i i
AND A GENERAL LINE OI1
DRY   GOODS
• •.OiTl       !
SPECIALLY SELMJTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
(Cgf Storage   ami    Forwarding
dono at reasonable rates.
jyl2-(lm
MUNICIPAL PCE,
NOT-lCfi IB, flliREB*!*' OlVEkV
that the City Taxes for 18M M
Mv due ami payable at the ofBo.of.UW
CityClork. ,    ..
.UMftS ORR, C.M.C.1
Now Wo»t,r July !5, ISSfc    :' <*' j*rt»* -^---ir /-as
llw' f I'ittSlt Columbian.
W«tlnenlay Morning, Auk. 'A 1H82.
J-PASfiEMGElt^.-- ■ ,
Per itenmor KNTEltl'KlSK, from Vldurlit,
Aiift. 1—Mn Pooluy, M™ Win*?, Mil Irjlng, Mm
Oolii,   Hif«   Monroe,   Mimics Tiili-ilim-i-,  .liulj-i-
i D Worrell, Nolan, r
Crease, Capt JUnisny-, Mei
Fearsn, Hnicoe, JSelil, FlniclioV.
. Per Htn'mor "kEMANOE, from Ynlo, July
31—Sin Ohitti'niteu, Mm Foirirter, Mro Dinin>.v,
Mrs Mi'Alp* MIm Taylor, Mies McAlp. ■JAmm
Stone, tecdnn-mlhnni-. Kulkli, McAl|J, W-ftib,
DiinroVt? McXJotcIliKjll,- Mnifi'i-tt, Down**, IW-
nilitor, iPrniTille, Mimnti, Dnltim, Fii/riliix, ITut-
termnnij !Jro*«*it'B*icket, .loyer, Sum Slug, nnd
10 otlieri aud IS Chhuw *n<l 1 milium.
    0     **.' "I*
Read Mr. McNaughtcn's new advertisement in tins issue.
Thero was no meeting of the Oily
Council last Monday night.
The Hon. Mr. Justice Crease, camo
up bythe steamer Enterprise yester-
'day.
Lumber haa been laid down for the
new sido walk on Aghes street, east of
Mary streit.. (   -    . • i
. Remeniber the auction salo of Port
Moody lots to-day at Mr. Edmonds'
'salesrooms.
Edward Hanlan proposes to visit
Auiirtlja hr tlie autumn for the benefit
'of hit health.
It If Expected th6 steamship Victoria
will como to this city bu her next trip
'from Sail Francisco.
. Mr.' W. ,T. Proncii has provided his
livery stable with a number of side
Baddies and outfits for ladies.
Up to' tiro present time the political
Nabobs .are figuring to ascertain wheth-
' "er they are'out of office or in.
Capt. Morgan, of Mud Buy, has
' generously donated $2(1 to the Royal
■ Columbian Hospital m this city.
Since tho completion of the sidownlk to Sapperipn .thj.it has become a
very largely patronized promenade.
The str. Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner,
arrived. from Victoria at 4:45 'yoster-
|  day afternoon with freight and puasen-
"'gers. ....
The weather still continues (-bowery
and ulise'ttlcdl In somo ■■'lures Icy
has been considerably damaged by iho
rains.   "*; '
}     The' 'Colonist imnmTces that Mr.
, Gr.llmiich   will  give   up his sent iu
Koti.'enny^ to  mako  room,  fm*  Mr.
',' Hnmrihwya.
Messrs* Barnard, Vornon, and Rob-
1 inscii it ere nominated at Kamloops nn
v' Saturday as candidates for the.Houso
] of CoiniiHius.
Mr; R. W. Deano is prephriri§ to fit
up the., .building on Colnmhia sireot,
immediately cast of Messrs. Trapp
Bros.,;for stores.
' The contractor- informs us thnt he
'expects to have the ncwschoolhiHi.su
completed and ready for occup'Vtioft
un the 15th inst.
'    The str. Reliance, Capt. Od:n, arrived down from Yalo on Monday night
1   With 25 passengers, a small freight,
| "mails and express.
The str. Irving, Capt. Insley,
1 brought e\ftw\i a wft of logs last Mon-
1 clay from Harrison Lake for Messrs.
I  DeBeck lfros. & Co.
Within the past few days the run of
I salmon has fallen off quite perceptibly.
I It is to be hoped this may not bo tho
1 end of the fishing season,
Capt. Rayiiiur died at Victoria lust
I Monday. His waB a most active life,
I' and it will bo hard to find a man who
I ■ ::ould successfully fill his place.
It i*:aud. that, should Victoria city
file oiwhed,'Mr. DoCnsmos would try
Tpor the local.   We should think Vie-
1 oria has had quite tinnigh of DeCos-
I uos,
' We beam that W. Fortune, Esq., of
w 'ranquillo, has bought .out Mr. Har*
I* tor's Mill nt Clinton, nnd purposes
!'■ utting it ih full. o'p"crntioVi soon.—
i; lentinel.
A westorn paper states that "ladles
'.:ith large mouths have become very
'■ ishionable.1'      This    auiHiuncouieut
•ill  he  exceedingly grateful to Miu
ll'ulics nl-.Victoria.
"HoriTom" is said to be dreadfully
Int up about being left out in the cold.
*le offers to "bet his bottom dollar
I mt it was» pnt Up job." Hu hud better
1/aep hill "bottom dollar.'*
■ The sir. Rithet brought up 25 head
K,f caUle from Ladder's Lauding un
if ..iturdafy night /or'Mr. ijfea. Black, of*
\, ranvilie- On Monday morning she
\ ro tight down 47 head which went on
»Victoria.
J.. Tho NorJiern Pacific railroad has
J-.-ncluded negotiations to sell $3,000,-
0 mortgage six per cont. bonds to
lie two largest hanks iu Germany,
t. Imso rcpresentativM recently exauiin-
I d the road.
■ The steamers Rilh-at and Slope ar-
Vved up from Victoria on Saturday
jf-ght and proceeded to Yale after
ending'passengers aud freight. The
.ithet returned nt 3 o'clock Monday
lorning, the Slopo came down
L lout U. Both steamers wont on to
ietoria.
Large hauls of salmon nre being
ado by lite Indians along tlie rivor
' st of town and extensive drying in
[dug oil, and packing for future use—
ms the natives make "hay while iho
"m shines." The: showers df rain
ring tbe post few days and nights
mewhat interfere with the curing
•oceos.—Tale Sentinel,
Tub BitoYS. =*- Capt, Revoley has
becV at wtirk f&r some days placing
tho buoy's "in position at- the Sand
Heads. It is expected tlio channel
will be properly marked out fur tht
steiimfiliip Victoria on her next trip.
Tho work should have been dcHie a
month agu.
. «.	
Cii-it.uwiiACK,—Under date of July
31st a'correspondent says: "A good
deal of tho hay left, by the floods has
rfcbh spoiled by the incessant rain of
tho pant week.. Fall wheat is growing
standing 'in tho Hold. Tho second
crops will be greatly benefitted by the
rain, which wnsnitich needed."
Sworn In.—Hon. Mr. Justice Wal
kern was sworn in as a puisne judge of
tho Supreme Court last Thursday nt
Victoria, Tlio oath was administered
by Chief Justico Sir M. B, Begbie, in
tho presence of a full court and a considerable number of spectators, Mr.
Walkom's commission was dated tho
23rd of May, 1882.
Thb cry L,nve up1 again, this time
from Whidby island, for steam communication between- Seattle and New
Westminster. It is wanted badly, but
until we can get su Ilie knit influence at
Washington City'to.** allow it"wo will
have to do without. All that is needed
iB ; tlie ^rivilego for vessels to enter ur
clear at or near the boundary lino,
with some -one authorized to,collect
duties.—Seattle Post Intelligencer.
Exoebsivbly Silly.— Oui? local contemporary, gnashing its toetli over Mr.
"Robson's triumphant success iu being
returned for Now Westminster District
hy tho largest majority recorded in the
Province, remarks, "Tho district was
only canvassed by Mr. Robson and his
fricrtds, who alono understood tho way
to do it." As most nf the electors
know, all tho six candidates canvassed
the district together, and so far ns Mr.
Robson was concerned, tliat was tho
only canvassing done.
 .«. — ■	
The Puijub Soi'rooi,.— At a. meeting
of the Public School Board hold last
Friday night Miss Alice Howay was
engaged as teacher in Iho junior
department. Miss Howay is a young
lady of more than 6"tMiiiury atiain-
nients-, having taken tlio Iris-host
provincial certificate nt tho recent
teachers' examination.. Tho school
will upon next Monday with a full
staff of four teachers. It wns Imped
lhe new school house would bo ready
for the opening, but the wet weather
hns delayed Ira completion.
IDrltA Choboh.—The Rev. W. J.
Jjwler, B. A., will hold servico in St,
tephon'a Church, in Delta Municf-
[) lity, on Sabbath next (fith inst) at
KVIai-xr   RiDdR.*—A   Kbl'rospondent
i:   -"Oati'*; a'coilnoillor   withdraw
resignation with the unaniuiouH
!■ ment of tho council?"   Undoubtedly
Orownbw.—On Sunday afternoon
assistant  engineer of   the   str.
loific Slopri fell oVerboard hear
Jpory ond wal drowned. Thb rivor
fi dragged for some time, but wis
njiovothe body lias not been found.
[Ji name was Patrick MeKnoky.
Thk Post OrftoB,—The temporary
delay in tho erection of tho new postoliice building in this city, caused hy
proposed alterations,.lias been removed
by tlio ndHption of tho plan submitted
by tlio clerk of the works. Mr. Trutch
considered it thu better plan of tho
two submitted, aud through the exertions nf himself and Mr. Homer it has
been allowed. This will introduco
some necessary reforms in tho convenience of tho offices,.and preserve
the beautiful side .entrance iin Mary
street whieh would have been removed
if the oilier plan had been adopted.
Tho extra cost is only §742,
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Tiie SAiiDONYX.—It is reported that
tho steamship Sardonyx, to which wo
made reference a few days ago, will
shortly make a trial trip hi this city
direct from San Francisco. | We hope
tho report may |iriiv'o true, The more
ocoan steamships we have coming to
this port, the greater will bo our ship
ping facilities aud the cheaper will be
our freights. Tho agent of tho Sardonyx says sho will come horn regularly
if suilicient freights are offered. Since
the 'above was put in type we learn
Mint the Sardonyx will sail from San
Fraucisao for this city about the 5th
inst. See advertiomont ill another
column.
On tub ItAflOKi) Emm— As yet wo
have h:Vd to record no very serious
railway disasters in British Columbia,
but a vory frightful ono wim prevented
last Friday hy the strength of u coupling. A locomotive wns passing ovor a
bridge a short distance below Yale,
pushing a tender in front nf it. A cow
attempted tu cross the bridge, but got
caught and the tender struck her. The
shock throw the tender off the track,
and tho locomotive was stopped just iu
lime to save It and the tender from
going ovor. There were several passengers in tho tender, including Mrs.
Baker, of San Francisco, and some
children. They were held suspended
over tho embankment merely by the
coupling. If it had givon way, or if
tho locomotive had boon dragged off
the track, they would haVe been pro-
cipitatod 50 feet into the swift currunt
of the Fritter, from which it is scarcely
possiblo thiit any of them could havo
been rescued.
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Dbv.-Dogk Again,—Some moro developments nro promised with regard
to tho dry-dock. It now appeal's that
McNamco A Co. nro not disposed to
allow tho Government to declare thoir
contract forfeit, and thnt Mr. McNn-
mee himself telegraphs that he is about
to leave Montreal tor tho purpose of
taking the work in haiid again. Mr,
Morris, of Kimpplo & MortiUj of Loudon, is also near at hand with authority from the Imperial government to
investigate thu quality of tho ceulout
used in the work. In the meanwhile
tho government nro carrying on tho
ddoft by* days'work. \ estorday they
awarded a contract to Gillespie & Co.
t& furnish 950.000 bricks for the dock
nt $10 por 1,000, nud tenders for furnishing n Jni-go quantity of sandstone
wero handdd, in yostcidny. Matters
connected with the dock would scorn
to be in a worse muddle than over,
nnd somo vory remarkable proceedings
aro anticipated in tho couTsti of it Tow
tiny*,—Colonist.
New Westminster IMrict,
The result of tho vote in this district was accidentally omitted from last
issue,   Tho vote was ns follows:
Robson  2G2
Orr  108
Kirkland  127
Ladner  70
Dawson  00
Isaac  15
The total vote polled wns 388. There
wero 15 baHol'3 spoiled.
Yale llistrlct.
Kamiooi'S, July 30.-
-Tho local elec-
tiou for (his district resulted
as fol-
lows:
Semlin (Ind.)	
.254
Mara (Opp.)	
.240
.104
Armytnge (Ind.)...
. 08
Pearson (Govt.)	
. 78
Sproat (Opp.)	
. 08
McGirr (Govt.)'....
. 00
Tho position Mr. Semlin took was
ouo of complete In dependence with n
decided opposition, to the govornment
dry dock policy. This stand w)on him
many votes from tHe Opposition ranks
and insured him.jhis return. The
government concentrated their votes
ou Pearson and McGirr, with the
wretched result as seen in the'fi|*uros
cast for then..—Colonist.
L./r'1; Smith, Druggist of Danville, undor date of Juno 1st, writes of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry—"It
sells immensely, in fact Iuh the largost
snlo during tho summer of nny patent
inedibiiie In stockj" and mlds that he qui
heartily recommend it to tho public.
Tho above named remedy is nnturu's
grand euro for Cholera, Dysentery and
all summer complaints*
Our Legal Reporter.
Mr. Bolo as a reporter of Mr. Bole
as a lawyer ia a kind of do Able-acting
machine, nnd the spectacle presented
by this double acting in tile last issue
of the Gnardihn ia rather too utter.
It has long beon known to somo people that Mr. Bole is in Iho habit of
roporiing fur thii Guardian cases in
whioh ha lias been professionally engaged in the courts, and th'ftt he has
often taken advantage of his double
function to glorify himself nt the ex-
■flense of opposing counsel. There-me
some, however, who may bo ignorant
of this fact, and who may have beon
deceived by tho impression that these
reports wero disinterested and truthful; In the Chines'e case which camti
before iho Magistrates' court lust Friday Mf, Bole, tha Reporter, hns exceeded all bounds of decency. Tho re-
•ftoi't. throughout is grossly unfair, nnd
in some parts the fuels havo. been purposely distorted by Mr. Bole the re-
porter in order in show up the consummate skill nud Btiiiirtncsi of Mr.
Bolo the lawyer. Such mlsorable attempts nt solf.-praiso may tickle tho in—
ordinate vaiiibyaf Mr. Dole, but they
aro an insult to the legal profession
as well as to thb Court. We wnture
to believe that thero is no othor member of that honorable profession in this
province who would bo far loso his self-
respect as to adopt such nn undignified
method of 'gaining a littlo cheap ho-
toriofcy,
Cimlion.
We beg to call tho attention of the
trade and tho public to thu well-known
quality nnd elegance of finish of our
Gold Cases, guaranteed by ns to bo of
eighteen karat Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, ns may be
stamped, nud also to our mode of selling
the same, charging only for the AcTpai,
Weight of the gold used, uud not for
the bate metal comprised in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. To illustrate
which n tig accoinpnnics each one of bur
Gold Cases, which plainly indicates not'
only the gross weight of tliu case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
In explanation of tho «lmvc we desire
to say that the old plan of charging for
the gross weight of thu ease, ns if it were
all gold, worked woll enough as long us
the mnniifiieturcra Mere content with the
amount of brass unil steel actually required i.i its coiisfcHvotionj bub who'd tlie
business wns degraded into n, contest us
to who should get the most base metal
into the least quantity of gold nud call it
n Gold case, then thu time oaino when,
\\\ the interest of dealers in American
Watches, it become necessary to adopt a
plan of selling, showing the buyer «xapt-
ly how much Gold each case coritalil&ir,
To avoid imposition, purchasers pf \VnI-
thn.n Wulehes will observe thnt every
genuine wnlcY whether gold or silver,
bears our trade mark on both case and
movemont. Gold ciibrs are stamped "A.
W. Co. j" and gnurantee certificates accompli.iy them. Silver cases lite stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Walthaui, Mass.,
sterling silver,," and arc ncopmponied by'
gnnrnrtee certificates, signed It. K. Rob-
bins, treasurer. Tift name "Willthum"
is plainly engraved iipiiil lill movements,
iiTespeeiive of' either distinguishing
marks. This caution is reudored necessary by reason of tho fact that our caws
ure frequently separated from mil* utovu-
meuts, nud put upon worthless movements of other inakera. nnd vice versa,
thus affecting injuriously the performance, of the watches, nud vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to cover
only our complete watches wholly nindo
hy us. It is necessary.also, because it is
so notorious ns to he a public scandal
thnt there is great fraud in the metal
qunlity of both gold nud silver oases ns
now generally sold; \Vl*> have demonstrated by frequent assays that ninny
gold and silver cases ollcrcil iii thH market nre debased from 10 to 20 por cent,
fi'om the qunlity they mistime to bo.
This is n fraud uixni the purchaser, cud
accounts for thu low price at whicli such
eased watches hnve been sold.— AsiKiu-
oas Waxoh Company, Wnltimm, Mass.
offensive, we would urge on tho
"Victorians to do very littlo talking,
but to be prompt in action. Thero
are 10,000 of them now, or shortly to
bo, onijrioyed on, tlie "Canadian Rail*
road. Lot tho Britishers legislate
if they can for their return, to Hongkong ns soon as their work is done,—
oven if tho Victorians have to foot
tho bills for their passa^o. Victorians
can brook their competition oven
writsri than Sun Francisco can, for
times thero havo been diffl for years,
and merchants have had a hard rond
to travel. Iu California wo shall
await with", curiosity the action of our
cousins up north, and we warn them
that they have to grapple with the
question now or nuver.
Russia's Civil Volcano.
New Yoiuc, 3t\y 24.-A Herald's
cable from St. Petersburg Bays: Aftor
having boon ten timub countermanded,
tho preparations for, tho curoqution of
the Czar fire being actively puslltia forward. The ceremony will positively
tako plaoe at the ond of August. Sovereigns Will bo only ropreseij'-od by'envoys extraordinary, and not by their
relatives. The Emperor of Russia has
been influenced in fixing tho date of
tho coronution for August by certain
proceedings of (he /party of Grind
wulco Constantino, whiclrwefe beginning to dovolop themselves* and tho
phrase of "The deposition of tho uncrowned lung" is frequently to be
heard. Placed in tho alternative of
either lijsingliis lifo or his crown, the
Czar -profors to ox pose tho first to save
both. No ono pretends that the Emperor will proceed to tho coronation
with' thb intention of giving a constitution nnd proclaiming amnesty. Tliose
wl*6 know his character say that his
only sentiniont will tie. that of anger.
Wo may soon oxpect in Russia grave
eveii.s, tor at the sound of the first
revolutionary cannon thilVs firod Germany, without any preliminary form
whatever, will occupy the Bnliic provinces and annex them. This hns been
told and repented to the Emperor by n
number of well-informed people.
Lrvii'i Co*ii*i,.ua't is rather an indefinite term, us commonly understood it
consists ef a torpid sluggish state of the
live.*, a dcficlfcncy or a sii|''|-rribjr.ulfliice of
bile, or nu alteration front its proper
c!ta.:ncter. A,ll disturbed action ,of the
,livi:r or biliary tirfetths giving rise to pain
iii the side, or under the shoulder-blade,
headache, weariness, di^'aess, sick stomach, loss of appetite, bad bowels, kc,
are promptly cured by Burdock Blood
B'ittots.	
V mothers nud nurses would (ymse
giving opiates in tlio guise of .-"tttroeorlo
nuij Cordials, and fur children teetlung
nud subject to bowel complaint'*, give
instead Br. Fowler's Ki/traet of Wild
.Strawberry, the lives of many hifnnts
might be saved that are sacrificed to
deadly drugs.
Columbian cool lis.
Under thia' caption, tlie San Francisco Alia of tho 21st inst. ftnyM:—And
now comos a wail from "Victoria and
British Columbia. Tho Chinose arc
building factories nnd erecting workshops to manufacture clothing, boots,
shoes, cigars, tinware, and everything
else in whicli tliey cun c'qih'pute witli
whito industry. They have only
themselves to feed, and livo cents'
worth of rice per diem will do that;
thoy lmvo no wives or children to dross
and provide for, and tbe same market
for thoir goods as the Victorians'. Wo
aro not aware that British Columbia
ovor extended any sympathy to us
during any period of our attack til
confident Mongolisis, and wo thnroforo
havo nouo to offer thom, believing
thoy nre competent and tibia to got
rulof Chinese competition years before
wo in America shall hnve loosonod ouo
fang of the Chinese octopus from its
grip on our throat.   If   advioo is not
(-jrimvillc':*) liisiriicUons lo Duf-
I'erin.
Ldnhon, July 21st.—A long dispatch
from tbe Earl of G'ranvillo to Lord
Dullbriu, English ambassador at Constantinople, dated July 11th, Jr now
published. After endorsing the bombardment of Alexandria, tho dispatch
stated thai "Her Majesty's Government now sees i'lo altornatjivo but recourse to force to put an end to the lb*
toloYablo state of affairs in Egypt. It
would bo most in accordanco with the
principles uf international law that
such force should bo that of the Sovereign Power over Egypt. If this is im-
prueticablo on account of tho unwillingness of tho Sullaii to act, it will
become necessary to doviso other
means. Her Majesty's Govornment,
continue to hold the view that any in-
torybntiori should represent tho'united
notion and authority of Europe."
They hnve in fact no interests or
objects iu l'cgard to Egypt, inconsistent with those of tlio rest of tho European or the Egyptian people. Their
desire is that tho navigation of the
Canal shall ho unre&trici.cd, aiid that
Egypt slinll bo well nud quietly governed free from the predominating influence of any siilslu power; that in-
leriiuiionnl engagements shall boob-
served, and that those British commercial and industrial interests which
havu been so largely developed in
Egypt, shall derive due protection from
outrage This is a pnnciplo which is
ussumiul for our interests in all parts
of the world. Thoir policy has boon
consistent; they have legally kept their
engagements with Franco and have
hoim anxious that tho. othor Powers
should be informed and consulted ou
all matters materially uffocthig their
position in that country. The action
which thoir Admiral has been compelled to resort to, has not altered
their views.
V, Kdmunsou of- .Bradford writes:—
Burdock Blood Bitters is an excelhr.it
preparation, gives cnti.'u sntisfaetion, nud
snlos increasing every day; it sells now
on its merits [—burdock Blood Bitters
cu.es Scrofula, Liver Compliant, Dys-
pepsin, aud Kidney Ce'iuplainta, hi their
worst form,
Eeliocs from Kicyin.
An Alexandria correspondent aays
tho foreign naval officers aro nearly
unanimous iu thinking thnt the fleet
fired with greaior precision than was.
believed possiblo. The Americans are
particularly enthusiastic. They took
careful observations of each shot, aud
stalo that the result establishes the
fact that iu a quiot sea a large ship' is
at no disadvantage against a fort, and
a small ship is at liluch less than was
suppo.*led. The German officers or.-
pressed a similar-opinion, while the
Austrians were much less complimentary.
The responsibility of tho tuiit of
Alexandria (says tho Chicago T/ibuue)
and thu loss of lifo involved in it will
bo chnrgod upon tho English, but it
docs not wholly bulong lo thom. In
tho same sense thai NftrJaloon was responsible for tho burning of Moscow
thoy mny bo called accountable for tho
destruction of Alexandria. Tho primary authors of its ruin, hnwovor, are
tho Egyptians themselves. Thoy deliberately f*avo ' over to. tho convicts
and soldiers to bo pillaged: They did
this tho moro readily because tho city,
though nominally their.1, belonged in
reality to foreign residents. Tho valuable dwellings were inhabited by Europeans, and foreign money not yet repaid had made Ihe public improve
ments. It was easy for the Egyptians
to sacrifice all this, if in ao doing'they
could havo .revenge upon their enemies. Sympathy is due fo all the inhabitants of the city, native and foreign alike, but the blarne for thoir Bufferings fnust bo divided between the
Ehgli&n nnd the Egyptians.
According to latest ntiws from Cairo
there were 8000 starving persons
camped in Eshorh Gardens and great
mortality provailstmong them.
Alexandria, July 28.—Arabi offers
to rut-ire to a Mussulman monastery
iu Syria. Among life colleagues, for
whom ho- asks tlie same terms, nre
Toiilba I'ashn, Ali Fehpy, Abdullah
Pasha, and Mahommod I'ashn, An
armed ensign, dispatched by the
British, was sent to moot Kedufi' Pasha
and two uloninns, to discuss this
proposal. It is stated tho^nvernmont
hns received no confirmation of this
news,
Au;X/iNm:u, July 2<i- - Persons
competent to judge believe half the
cotton crop of Egypt will bo lost, also,
the greater part of the wheat crop of
lower Egypt, in consequence ol neglected irrigation.
LbNDON, July 28.—Reports are circulated on tho Stock Exchange that
Arabi has declared he will not resist
Turkish troops if thoy operate without
European auxiliaries, and that Austria
and Germany havo also reverted In the
plan of exolusive Turkish intervention.
Tho Standard says: Up to tho timo of
going to press no information with regard to Arabi Pasha's otter has boon
received by the govornmeiit from Alexandria. There will bo no cessation of
military preparations, as it is thought
Arabi's offer may be only to gain time.
Cpssi'ASTiwonij, July 28. — Tho
rumors that Arabi Pasha has declared
ho would resist Turkish forces are untrue. Ho has renewed liis assurance
of fideliiy to the sultan, and at a meeting of the conference yesterday Lord
Dufferin renewed his proposal for thu
issuance of a proclamation duclaring
Arabi Pnsliu n rebel. Said Pasha,
Turkish prime minister, thought such
a proclamation should not.bo issued
until Turkish troops landed in Egypt.
Surrey Coiin-clf.
Council met at the Municipal Hall.
Present—the Rcovo and Councillors
Brown, Boothroyd, Stewart and Shannon.
Moved by Councillor Stewart, sec.
by Couu. Brnuii that. John Oliver be
appointed Clerk, Assessor and Collector
for the babulce of the your nt a salary
of one hundred and titty dollars.
Curried.
Moved by Coun, Stewart, sec. by
Coun. Brown that tho RoadandBridge
bylaw bo rend a lirst timo.   Carried.
Moved by Coun. Stewart, sec. by
Coun. Brown th.it the Ituadand Bridge
bylaw puss its first reading.   Carried.
Moved by Coun. Buoihroyd, sec. by
Coun. Shannon that iho bylaw ofibr-
ing a bounty for tho destruction of
boasts of prey bo rend a li.'st time.
Moved by Colin. Booihroyd, sec.
hy Coun. Shannon, that tho bylaw
offering n bounty for the destruction of
beasts of prey puss its first rending.
Carried.
Moved by Coun. Brown, sec. by
Cou'i. Boothroyd, that the Council adjourn one hour for dinner.   Carried.
Council resumed.
Moved by Conn. Stewart, seconded
liy Coun. Booihroyd, that tho salary
bylaw be rendu first time.   Carried.
Moved by Conn. Stewart, sec. by
Coun. Shannon, tlmt tho salary bylaw
pass its first reading.   Curried.
Moved by Conn. Stewart, sec. by
Coun. Brown, .that the road tax-bylaw
be rend a first time.   Carried.
Moved by Couu. Stewart, sec. by
Cuiln. Boothroyd, that the road tax
bylaw puss il'S.Iirst reading.    Carried.
On moiion, Council adjourned till
Saturday, 29th inst., at 7 p. ni.
Among the most prevalent fatal aud
sudden attacks of disenscs, are tliose incident to the Summer nud Fall, such ns
cholera morbus; biliona oolis, diarrhoea,
dysentery, etc., that often prove fatal In
a few hours. That ever nMinblo remedy,
Dr. Fowler's Extinct of Wild Straw-
bony, should he ,ut hand, for use In
emergency.
PAY UP!
An honest medicilie is the noblest
work of man, and wo can assure our
readers that Di*. . Fowler's Kxtraet of
Wild Strawberry is not only reliable,
but is almost, infallible to cure Cholera
Morbus, Dysohtery, Canker of tlie Stc*-
mnch and Bowels, and the various Summer Complaints, whose attacks arc often
Middfii nnd fatal.
Hrittsh Coin inhia Agency uf Toronto
Sale mid hock Works, ,1. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated aafej arc mnde from
heavier iron, weighing 'JO per rent, more,
nud hnve all the moilern improvements of
the best American Kroand Burglar8afos,
including the Sargoiit Grooiiloaf Dial
bock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they arc duty free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.
Firo nud .IJhrjjUr proof vault doors
niainifacttlrad iif all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to tlirec
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia,
no2    M. Xvt W.UTT& Co., Victoria.
To McrcliunLs and  Business
Men!
Tlie undersigned is now prepared to furnish a full line of itubbor
linnd Stamps of superior quality and
local make, bettcrtlian those now being
introduced from California, Save duty
and charges by reserving your orders
until you Bee samples, and then patronize lioMi: lMU'STUV.
R.  T.   WlLMAMS,
Jri28 Broad A Gov't Sts.i Victoria.
.Tu,sr]{Koi;ivmi-."i0,000Sliip[iin:*:Ta1.,.-i;
1011 gross Ghalk Crayons, and tl largo
consignment of Stationery and hoiey
Goods.—T. R. 1'kausox & Co. -.■Ii'-'.
iWNow unpacking at .las. Kllaid k
Co.'s, the hvte-jt. fashions for BiS'J In
Ladies' and Children'--- Straw Hat*, Millinery, Laoflsj kc   Call and oxamiuo.
SSi' T, B. Pearson & Co. have just ro-
'cived dh'Oct from the innmifa-jtories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stntiuncvy,
Including Lettcr-presscsj fcc.
ALL ACCOUNTS  NOT PAID BY
tho Ifith inst. will be placed in the
tiaials of a Collector with instructions.
W. J. FRENCH.
New WCbk, July 4, IS82. jy5
the mmim
PHOTO. GALLERY
WILL VftlT
HOPE & YALE
About the 27th .1ULV. and remain for a
short time, Photographs of all kinds
taken in the best a'yh kiiown to the
art.
1>. H. .IUDIUN.S,
jy22-2w Proprietor.
NOTICE.
rnHI'* UNHHUSTCNKD, BEING A-
.1, bout to leave New Westminster for
some months, may be found fur the present at Ins old otlice on Front Street,
near Mary -Street, where he will be pre-
pnrqi^ tu Hcttk-'all liccounts against him
and receive all sums due.
1 'take this opportunity, of thnnking
the public for the liberal patronage bestowed on the Occident during the time
I have occupied it and to solicit n eon-
tinuanco of the same to my successor.
J. W. HOWISON.
New West., Julv 25, ISS2.
jy26to
POSTPONED
mill! UNDERMENTIONED SALE
1 ims beon nostooned till THURSDAY   NEXT,   AUGUST   3,  at   tha
same lioill'.
EM01Y  CITY!
In tlie Con nl j Com-! orBriMsh
(loliimbla, hol'lf-n ni New
Weslmiissfei'.
B. ir. JIKANF, Flaintiffi
THOMAS GltA )", Defendant.
UNDER- AND BY VIRTUE OF
aumlry Writs of Fl lit to me ill-
I'octocl against tho Hoods unil Chattels of
tlie Iiliove named Oefondant, I lmvo
seized tiie lindermentioncd (Joods and
Chaliels, the propert/ o'f thesaM Thomas Gray, widen Coeds and   Chattels the
imdoMgiioil u-ill sell by PUBLIC AUCTION at Emmy City'on THURSDAY
NEXT, JULY '27. ,Sale to eonimenee at
12 o'clock noon,
JAMES MORRISON,
Sheriff.
!H)T   a.
One Eujjriho and Uoiler (JO-home power), with bolt and jiullies for a saw-mill,
complete.
One Carriage Cunt Gear, complete, for
Logs.
JUOU?   3.
One small Engiiib end Boiler (10-horaa
power), with shafting and gear eoinplete.
x^o-x* -a.
One Plainer.
x.o>-x* S.
ii Circular Saws.
X.OOT '©.
7 Work Oxen, with Yokes.    '
I.OT   "7.
Chains, Cunt Hooks, Mattoeks, Saws,
Picks, and Shovels'.
LOT   Bi
One Set Blacksmith 'Tools, and Bar
Iron.
r.o'ic s>.
Ono Ciirpeilter's Boring Machine nnd
llitts.
3COT S.O.
■2 kegs Kortc-shoo Kails.
Lease for    years of    acres on Texas
Lako and Boarding llonso.
X.OV  13.
C0.000 feet Logs in Toxins Like.' jy26
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—-Impohteks and Dealers in—
Books & Stationery;
may mm$,
Pianos, Organs & Music;
South Side of Colujibu St.,
NeV   WesWinsteTi   B.  C.
The largest anil best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comptfsuig History, Poetry, Biography,
Scionbo, iaction, and Goijeviil Literature.
A full stock of tlio Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All 'the authorized books for Public and .
High ScTiools.    Also, School Re'iuisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons',
Copy-BooltSj Drawing matenals, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the niiuintiicturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This deportment is A'/A*;. .complete ^onoj.
as the goods hove been purchased Ironl
the manufacturers, on the most favorable,
tenna, prices will compare favorably with
tliose of any other establishment in the
Province, Foolscap Pnp,ei:s, Letter Papers, Note Papers', Bill Heatfs, Statements,
"Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papera from London and Paris; An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors ami prices'.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy GoodB airways on hand, to which additions aro being constantly made.
^*^***
NOTICE TQ MARINERS.
Um REA&S, PHASER RIVER.
pNTKRINC FliOM THK GULF,
Pj pass closo to Smith of Buoys Nos.
1 and 2} then steer to a point three and a
quarter cables South of ao. 8j when
abreast of it grarflnally round, np to pass
South of No. 4 half a cable; then steer to
pnss North of No. 5 half a cubic, and
«0. li one cable: ll'),vit;:er—close to, on
e'ltliorsideipassSoutliof Buoys No. "(one
and a bnarlercables), No. S (tlirec cables),
No.'i|omM'abh-),andNos. 10,11, 12, and
13, half a cable distant; thence stoor for
tho North bank; a littlo below Garry's
Bush, and when the month of the river
is open, stier iu on the uMial courses.
The  least water found in tlie channel
is 8 feet'at low water !;priiig tides.
P. KKVKLY,
Dept. Mat hie .•.•Fisheries, Agent.
Victoria, B. II.,
24th July, LsS'J.       jy2C-8t
MRSHSBE_ BOLLS!
mHE UXniiUSKiNHP HAS FOR
1 sale nn rofUKnifilils tiiiins a few half-
bml AyrshU'o yrovltng Hull", ritcd l>y tltt
Thorougllbt^il Ayisliiiv Hull
30 XT S" 3?" ±8 3Et I MB',
Tin- ilimw bolng olioioo  iliiiry owe.
A, S. VKllUKIi,
|oli Rnfflta:
Miscellahe,6us.
A very large nnd eoinplete stock of mis-
eelliincous articles such as are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Playing Cnrils, Visiting Car tin,
. linslnuKs CnrtU, Card board,
Cartl Cm-en,  v.ini-h. Garnet,
Inks of all iclndRi
'■n(Ts(.i..il(.—jiliiln nml fancy,
Photo, Alliums, PIclHi-ef,
'lulogrnpn   .Vlltiinis,   Toys,
Serii}) Pnf»l£N, Piimr**,
WllUng Dusks, Gold Pens,
Ltidlo'l' Work BnttkeJa,
Gentlemen's Hri'Shlng Cases-,
SnllnlS) Velvet 1- rutin**., &«., Ac.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made nnusually favorable arrangements with f-oine of 'the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, nud elsewhere, we arc able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at littlo morc-than hns heretofore been
ashed fora very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the Hue I'ianos manufactured by Henry 1\ Miller, uf Boston. A number of
these Kiauos, imported by us, are now>ih
this city, anil they are undoubtedly tho
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought into ihfs -country.- "Wb arq
also agents for the Knabo Pianos, tho
Steinway, the Weber, tho Pecker^, nud
others, any oiieof which we can supply on
the most favorable terina. . \\*e "-taj agents
in Ihisprovince for the UoiIltiiKMi Organ
Vo's. vrgl\\W (of Bowiuanvillo, Ont.), and
W. lli'Il k OO'si Organs (of Guelph,
Out.), and the leading American OrgaiiB.
Persons Intendinq to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian',
American or Kuropeau, will Iind it to thoir
advantage to communicate tvith us.
Sheet Music.
The largest, assortment of Vocal and In*
stmiiiental Music to be lound anywhere
on we Mainland. Koine, duets, tnosi
ipiartitt('.*•, choruses, both secular and
sacred. A lino collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
tlie best pianists, in the east. Sheet music
.sold at New York prices.
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment ot
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. Tlio 116W and enlarged edition
of llichardson'is Piano Method:* Also, a
collection ol misoollimopHis music books.
both vocal and instrumental. Music not!
In stdcl. will bo ordered promptly.
Insurance*
Wo arc agents for tlm Koirtit British
and Mi*,..c.v>Tii,....Fii(.;, Inm-iu.vijh.Co.'
UaMtal,-8lO,O0O;6QOj Losses paid;^,-
0(1(1,0(1(1.    Also. Hie ( OM*Ki)KlUTIOS* LlFE
Association. olVcHng the lowest'nites on
the best security of any company doing
business in Canada,
T, E. PEARSON & 00.,
tinfiimliiaiti (botwoon O. ll. Mnjor's ami Jnincn
New Westminster, B. (/, (Vmni Firat Pago.)
seemed to burn into hers—yet with a
tenderness in his voice which ho cuuld
not subdue.
"Because you do not trust mo. Because you will not believe what to mc
is so simple and such a matter of coiiiuo
—tbat no reason yuu could assert could
make 1110 your enemy. Bocausu thore
-is no olibnso I would not condone.
Pah! Condone'/—forgive, forget, wipe
clean away, to have tho goodwill aud
the friendship of yuu and yours, Now
do you understand *"'
Judith turned paler; sho shut hor
eyes involuntarily, nud drew a Ion**
breath.   Could it possible that he sue
fiucted—that be had tbe slightest inking of hey real reason for maintaining
thu distance between them for which
she hnd stipulated? His words hit
home to the very core and eyo of hor
distress. The peril was frightful, imminent, und she had herself attracted
it by allowing him.to advance thus far,
by herself sporting with deadly weapons. He was walehing ber, with
every sense on tile alert, and ho saw
how, unconsciously, her hands clasped;
she gave a little silent gasp and start,
and ihero actually did steal into his
mind, only to be dismissed m-*aiu, the
wonder, "Can it be that thore really is
some oU'enso which sho deems irreparable f
"Hush!" she said at last. "It was
very wrong of mo to allow tho subject
to lw mentioned. And you do not
keep your promise. Vou know that
you promised mo at Scar l'oot, Mr.
Aglionby "
"You also promised wc at Scar Foot,
and thou demanded your promise back
again,;' said lie, resolved tbat if he bad
to give way again (and what elso could
a man do, when a woman appealed to
him for mercy'i) that she should buy
the concession hard.
"I havo told you I cannot explain,"
she aaid, almost despairingly. "Do you
mean to make mo plead it all a second
timo i"
"I should like to mako you do it-
yes. Aud, at tho end of all, I should
like to rofuso what you nsk," he said,
with a savage tenderness in liis voice.
Judith looked steadily at him for a
short time, as if to test whether he wns
in earnest or not, and then said in a
dull, dead voice, "I wish I were dead;"
and looked at the ground.
This was moro than he could bear.
"Forgive mo, Judith!" be whispered. "If you can forgive me. I will
not sin again, but it is bard."
"Yes, it is hard," she replied, more
composed, its tbe terror she had felt
on heaving him talk about "offenses"
and "condonations" began to subside.
"It is hard. But making scenes about
it will make it none the easier. We
have our duties, both of us—you as a
man "
More peals of laughter, as a noisy
group came out of the supper-room—
lialf-a-dozen young men, and Miss
Vane in tbe midst of them, laughing
in no gentle tones, and holding in he-
hand, high above ber head, a flower, |
toward which one of tbe said young
gentlemen occasionally stretched a
hand, amid the loud hilarity of the
lady and her companions. The party
made their way toward the ball-room,
and Mis-i Vane was heard cryintj;
"I'm sure I never promised to danco
it with you. Here's my programme.
Look and see!"
Thoy disappeared.
Judith's face burned. Shu looked
timidly at Aglionby, who was gazing
after the group, his face pale, bis eyes
mocking, his lips sneering. He laughed, not n pleasant laugh.
"Wo all havo our duties, as you
most justly remark. Mine is marry
that young lady, and ceaso to rjovsGOuLo
you with my importunities. I see tbat
fo what you were thinking. Ami you
aro quito right,"
"You are quite wrong," said Judith.
"What I do think is that you are not
behaving kindly to her to allow her to
—to—sho is 30 young and inexperienced—and so pretty."
"And you and your sisier are so old
und wiso, and so hideous," ho rejoined,
with a bitter laugh. "Tliat alone is
enough to account for your different
stylo of behavior. No. Du not try to
palliate it."
"I think you are to blame," Judith
persisted. "You have no right to do
it—to leave her with all thoso silly,
empty-headed young men. It is not
fair.    You ought to take "
"Tako hor home—and myself too.
A good idea. I am sure the carriage
will be round by now. But you ?"
"Take me to tbo drawing-room,
please. I dare say, Mrs. Malleson will
also bo ready to go."
Ho gave hor bis arm. Mrs. Malleson was soon found, seated on a sofa,
with Dolphine bosidu bur, looking a
littlo pale, and exceedingly tirnd. Bor-
nard wished them good-night, and
went to the ball-room. Hu had scon
Mrs. Bryce in the drawing-room, and
found that sho was quito ready to go.
In the dancing-room there was a momentary pause between two dances.
Bernard saw itandulf Danesdalo promenading with a young lady on bis arm,
with whom he seemed to bu in curliest
conversation. At tbe farther end of
tlio room ho saw that fatal pink dress;
heard tbo sumo shrill, affected tones,
and (he chorus of laughter that followed on thom. Nothing could have
been moro distasteful to him in his
present mood than to have even to
speak to her, after his parting from
Judith Conisbrough. But he walked
straight up tu tho group, most or
whom he knew slightly by this time,
and offering his arm to his betrothed,
said gravely:
"Lizzie, I am sorry to break off yonr
amusement, but it is very late; wo
havo ten miles to drive, and Mrs.
Bryco is tired, and wishes to go."
"0 Aglionby, don't take Miss Vane
away! Tho light of the evening will bu
gone. Don't look so down, man! Miss
Vane, don't let him drag you off in
that way.    I am down for a dance,"
"And I," "And 1," cried several
voices.-
Knrnard's face did not relax. Sho
could not uiiHtiffuii his features into a
smilo. Ho lo'Olced directly at Lizzie,
ns mildly, ns bo could, and repeated
thnt ho. was very sorry, but ho wm
afraid bo must ask ber to come away.
"0, Bernard!",sho began, but then
something unusual in his expression
struck her. A feeling of something
liko chill alarm crossed bur heart.
How dignified bo looked! How commanding! How different — oven .iho
knew- from the feather-brained fops
with whom sho had even now been
jesting and laughing!
"Well, if I must, I must, I suppose,"
she said, shrugging hoi* shoulders, and
taking his arm. And with a final faro-
well to her attendants, she wont away
with her "lover."
"Jove! but that girl is a caution!1'
observed one of the young men, giving
unrestrained flow to bis mirth, as Bernard and bis betrothed disappeared.
"I nover bad such fun in my life!"
"Sbo'll Iind it a caution, being married to Aglionby," said a second, looking into tho future. "Didn't you seo
him as he came up to us? Lucifer himself couldn't have looked moro deuced
stiff."
"Yes—1 saw. They don't look exactly as if tbey woro created to run in
a pair!" aaid the first spoakor musingly. "But why on earth does ho leave
her to herself in such a way?"
•'He's boen dancing attendance on
tho eldest Miss Conisbrough all evening, and left this littlo girl to amuse
herself with suitable companions."
"On Miss Conisbrough — why, I
thought they were at daggers drawn."
"Don't look like it, I assuro you. I
can't mako it out, I confess. Only, ou
my honor, thoy wero as good-looking a
couple as any in the room. Couldn't
help noticing them. But look here,
St. John—will you take tho odds—ten
to one—that it doesn't come off?"
"The wedding ?-all right. At all—
or within a year1'"
"Oh, hang a year!—at all. Ten to
one that Aglionby and tbo little dressmaker don't get married at all"
"Yes; but thero must be somo time
fixed. Ten to ono that it's broken off
within a year."
"In sovs 1 Done with you!"
Then the baud struck up again for
one of the waltzes, ami tho young men
dispersed to find their partners for tbo
same.''
Tbe ball had been kept up until
morning, if not till daylight. Whon
people began to stroll in to tbe vory
late breakfast at Danesdalo Castle not
a lady was to be seen amongst thom,
save one intrepid damsel, equally
renowned for ber prowess in the chase
and her unwearying lleetness in the
ball-room.
As she appeared in bat and habit,
sho was greeted with something liko
applause, which was renewed when
sho announced that sho had every
intention of sharing tbo day's run.
Sis Gabriel, in hia pink (for no ball
would have caused him to be absent
at the meet), gallantly placed her
beside himself, and apologized for his
daughter's absence.
"Philippa has no 'go' left iu her
after these stirs," he remarked, "and
a day's hunting takes her a week to
get ovor; but I'm glad to see that you
are less delicate, my  dear."
"Wo shall not have many ladies, I
think," said she smiling, and looking
round upon the thinned ranks of the
veterans.
Here tho door opened, just as
breakfast was nearly over, and Sir
liabriel paused in astonishment in
tbe midst of his meal.
"What, Ban? You!'' he ejaculated,
as his son entered equipped, he also,
for riding to hounds. "The last thing
I should have expected. If any one
bad asked me, I should have said you
were safe in bed till   luneh-tiine."
"You would have been wrong, it
seems," replied Randulf, on whom
tlio oxerlions of the previous evening
appeared to have had worso effects
than they had upon Miss Bird, tho
bright-looking girl who was going to
ride.
MUs Bird was an heiress; the same
pretty girl wiih whom Rimdulf bad
been walking about tho ball-room tho
night before, when AghVnby bad come
to call Lizzie away.
Randulf himself looked pale, and
almost haggard, and was listless and
drawling beyond his wont. Sir Gabriel eyed him over, and his genial
face brightened. Of, course it was
bad form to display fondness fm*
your relations in the presenco of
others. Evory Kiiirlishmuu knows
that, and Sir Gabriel as well as nny of
them; but it was always with difficulty
that ho refrained from smiling with
joy every timo his eyos mot thoso of
his "lad." He looked also more
kindly than ever upon Miss Bird, who
was a favorite of his, more especially
when Randulf carried bis cup of tea
round the table and dropped into the
vacant place by ber side.
The meet took place at a certain
park a couple of miles from Danesdale
Castle, and soon after breakfast a
procession of six—Miss Bird, Sir
Gabriel, his son and threo other men
who were of their party—set off for it.
It was a still, cloudy day, with a gray
sky and lowering clouds, which, how-
over, wure pretty high, for all tbe hilltops were clear.
That was a long and memorable run
in tho annals of Danesdale fox-hunting
—"a very devil of a fox!"—as Sir
Gabriel said, which led them ft cruel
aud complicated ohaso over some of
tho roughest uouutry in tho district.
Sir Gabriel, as will easily bo understood, was a keen sportsman himself,
and had been a little disappointed
with Riuidulf's apparent indifference
to fox, or any other, hunting. Ho
bad put it down to his lung sojourn
abroad with people who, according to
Sir Gabriel's ideas, knew no more
about bunting than a London streut-
arali does, who has never stepped on
anything but Hags iu his lifo. He had
always trusted that the boy would
mend of such outlandish indifference,
and ho certainly had no cause to
complain of bis lack of spirit to-day.
(To lioOontlnnoil.)
SW T. R. Pearson k C'n. wish to draw
attention to the fact that they arc prepared to take subscriptions for oil Canadian, American and British newspapers
and periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money,*—Ado.
Bj.t'i* VitlliOL—Genuine Knglish—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to LanOuUY k Cu., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powdors
and Driffield's Black Oik Both these
should be in every stable. mh'il)
(tar We have just received from England
direct a fine lino of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flics
made expressly for this country, rind to
which the finest trout will rise.—T. R.
I'earson k Co.
ff-ir Shipping Receipts-, in triplicate, at
T. 11, Pearson k CVs— Aov.
O.    Gh
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in ■.
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Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
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Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Coun-
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Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies'    Furs    in '
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlincd.
sairxixt-smxzza'G^
In (icnllciiicn's  Furnishing lioorls.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
CLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Grroceries ancl Provisions
Everything the best
that cim be had, and
tit the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If yon want a,(Joo<1 article
go to Q. Ot, MAJOR'S : if you want tilings
cheap, but "cultuH," why. go elsewhere-
ITEM—What everydody says must be
true ; anil if true, then the handsomest
display of Valuable (JOotfs, Silver and
l'l.lU1) ie undoubtedly to bu found at
0. G. MAJOR'S,
Now Westminster,   B, 0.
CEO.  TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR.
McGoll's Store, Itolln-bbk's Stono
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
jj.fi. hom,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(Nli.Ut DHIL., SUED).
Resid6nce-"Merivai.e Street.
GORDON I CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. fflacEUIEN,
BARRISTER - AT • LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &0.,
HAS KKSIMKI) PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COUBTS.
OFFICE— Columbia atl'oot, Opposite Hy
tick Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MOBBISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
auctionh::er i
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Oiu). ColiinlalHetfil)
N 13 \V   WB'STMl-tfS'TBB.
its'Several good Carina for Sale and to
Lease. uoIO
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WllAHF STREET, ■ VI'ITOMA.
Atl-EJS'TS   POB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co, for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
'1(> Flnsbury Circus,
London, E. 0.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agont ror lIloTRAVEMI'ItS' IXSlll-
AK'OE CO., of llartlbrd, Conn.
Now Westiiinster, II. C.
Every Man (o liis Own Business
.A..   PBELB,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'Hi OOLONUli HOTIjM,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Physicians" Proscriptions and Family Itccljies a Bnoclalty.
N.  li. —Only Goilllihe Diuya itseil.
Over twenty years'oxiiorlonce',    uir-.'i
IfOIJi-A TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RENTS,  llEBTfi, Al!., eOiuiECTED,
Lonns Negotiated, nnd  n  General
Agency Biminess transacted.
AGENTS  rOH TIIK
I'lienlx Firo Insurance mmiinny of
llroolilyn, nml tlie
Equllalilc  Idle Assurance  Society
of tlio I nllril Slates.
itiiniiui sini'.i::'.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   1). C.
P. 0. Hex 40.
H. W. HUGHES,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Tiiivmlo VtovMy Mail tl Ol)
T.tri.lilo Wi-cUlv'Unlit-  1 nn
MontiTii! IF'-riili) ft Wei'l'ly Slur  1 ()')
Mui.l.-1'Jil UVi-Ir.lv Wilin'11  1 10
Hrlentifl-: Aim-rlniii  .1 45
rV-illlrili A ik [.mi-mil  II 00
Pun Kr-ui-'r-M-.tHn'Min  2 All
H.ir|>.*r'f.Miit:i*7.lNH i-ml Wcelilv, e.n-li  4 00
'iiii.'-v'H  l.inliiV in ..iit  2 00
Sim I'mnci-i-n Wi.cklvdtill {lo Ihh'I-m Irec)  1 37
I'r-uik [..-lie,*-. NMJnittoil!*nt I'iiI-HhIiit'ii |'i-|.-<*s.
Tri']i..i.l-.rT(i'l-nv  2 50
Lives ruicl Portrait-* „f vvivt'n nf Proalilotibi or U.S.
Ami nny ollior (uipoifl or MuptBliiu*! of Imnort'ince
ill Cumulll in- In 1 Im United r!tnli-H. Tlm llullelln
■"nils riir.R 11 lot of H<Til* mid plnnls, vlHlbtii nt tlio
Muolmftlc'*Timtlitit0. Tlm nwiro nro nil offrn-uii nt
the ram'1 prices charger, hy pulilisliora. hu tlm
lopnor you np|ii.v iho Horitior tlm naper will Arrive,
AR-iiit lot- World hijiltNlil.igOo.1 Qnolphi Out.,
mul A. I.. DnocroflA Co., Sun i-'inTlclsco.
HMNIIVW.IKIOHKS. Agent,
mhl New WontmitiHtur, II. 0.
j9?3- fliicljili Orijimt—lii'Bt moiloi Parilcilliira on
-.■ii'inlry.
ky
jr-55Tii,ffl_l>srE^ld
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN—
GROCERIES
SIGNS,
WHARF STRKET,
VICTORIA, B.C.
JTaving usfculjlisliod Business in the abovo
Linea and l>y
RECENT IIPORTATIIIS
European & Eastern Markets
We are nre],arccl to fill orders to the
Trade in the following (.louils:
1KB,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
(Jamllcs, Rice, Syrup, Cliecse,
ItrU'il I'l-iiils, I'linnrfl Goods,
Vinegar. Unking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa, •
Pearl Barley,
BSA"*S3.
BRI0M3,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BASS,
And all other Goods in tho Grocery and
"Provision Line.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION
Is called to tho luidornofcod Goods, 011
whiolhtho mo.it LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS will he bfforoil to tho
Trade, au wc are
SOLE
Agents for BritisliColimMa
fiOODAS COLD MfflG POWDER
The Bust nnd Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water Wlllto and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
lluing   tlie   Lartrcst, Sizi) mul Hest
Tobacco,
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
-'•FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—OS   THE—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IS—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
OvcrscBi'S. §125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen... .S3 00 to $4 00 !■* day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    '*
Bridge Foremen., 3 00 "'
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 fiO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 OO "
Mnsoiis 2 m to   3 50    u
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith  Helpers    1 50 to   2 00     "
"Drillers  1 la to 2 00     *'
Idihurcrs  1 50 to 1 75     "
Hewers, Istclnss 3 50 "
Choppers, Istclnss 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class 2 50 "
All outside latior 10 hoars per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All "Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boanlint,' Houses will  ho convenient
nlong tho Line.   Board- SI per week,
It will not bo compulsory for Ilhnploy-
ecs to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A. OflBEKDONK,
(ikskkal Manages,
Officii of the CoNTiiAoTOTta,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
THK
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—THE—
Leading EvoniDg Newspaper
West of Kocky Mountains.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT Till! —
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
IT IS THE UECOGM/.ED A t'THO*.
rit.v in Coin ■.level 111 nml Flnmicinl OIicIuh,
nml tlio bent Family .Iniiriiiil on tlm hii'illo coildt.
Sorvcid liy curriers In Sim Frrtttolwo
iHKltlu- Iiiwiim i.f llm iiiUT.ur at M5I*. |-or w.-J;
By ninil, jmstniro nulil Si'-i (turyenr,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Uti mninmotli twolvo.|iiigu jnnrntil, mul in jiro-
linrlion toltnsl/.i't.ici.*..i'n|ii'*,l |i;.->i!.-i.t llti-coiuili-y
SUBSCRIPTION KATES.
Tlio Wc-cMy mul the Friday Bulletin,
foimlllK luKt'tli'ir tlm iiiusl wiilpU'tn fjemi-
V.V» kl> iiiilitialtetl on tin* I'ncfllo Cmiet, will
ho soul liMiny iiilili-wtN, nostngo jiulil, mi thu fnl-
loWllig loniiMi
"Weekly nnd Friday Unllotln.
Ono Your  $-"l OO
Hix Moulin*    1 fill
Weekly Bulletin Alone,
Ono Yonr tl fin
Six Mimtlis 1    1 25
■ftomUtniictB" liy Draft) Poitofflco-Ontor, Wolln,
Ifafgo* Co'it Kxitrcss, ami Jlogliloruil IiolUir, ut
nm- risk.
FUSE SEED DISTRIBUTION.
Kncli Hiiligcrllio'r will lio proncnti'tl willi novornl
vii rift ies of linn nml ViilmiUlu Til MR, Vrtll,-
TAIH.F..imt miWF.It SKKDS, ci-im. in v.ilu-tu
tlio ruIi di*l(tlloii|irlBii«niieiiii|M'r;
ftS^Sond for PhiiiiiIc Copy, giving full iinrtlct'ilnra.
AtlilrMs,
S. l'. RBIilETlX CiiMI'AXV,
SAN tritANOlSOO.
Celilbniln.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND I'OR SERVICJ3
■I ii ring tho sensou of \#ti'2, on
tlio Farm of tho tinctewigiladi Chilli-
whack, anil at Loiigloy, Laclnor'a Landing, and Maplo RUlgo.
Oregon I'uixck was fonldd in Oregon!
will ho 0 yenvs old in Mny; id a'dapplotj
m-ny; stiimls \Ti haudti high: weighs -HIT!*
Ihu. at present, will weigh about 1880 His.
during nenson; in vory gentle, very hint
walker, good trotter, and n. miwerfnl
horao in liaWioas, lie was Hired by \Vi
Myor'a iniported J'oiehoron — "White
Prince." Oukqos I'ki.vck won Beeond
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fnir
lust Noveniber, and is tho largest hoi'lso
011 tho mainland of Iiritisl. Cohunbin.
TKRMS-SI0, |15j nnd S20. Parties
from a distonca sending mures will be
entitled to free nustnmgo for one mouth.
11. STKVKNS0N,
jnyMtc Ohilliwhadk.
NOTJOB.
r   ■■    lx'-''^mmsmmis\WMiiimk%-
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLl
il,   I'M*)
ous patrons that he has. removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK);
Where will lio found, as usual, & com*
plate assortment of ,
GEOOERIEB,    ,„
PROVISIONS,
An'l a fine lino bf
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, «$c. At..
Wliicii will 1)0 Sold at the LOfl-ESl*
POSSIBLE PRICES for Canh.
He thnuk. hi.4 fiienilfl for their pase
liberal patronngo and l.;i-t)fes for a con1
tinuanco of the same.
mhl
ilE GREAT E
!£•) IsancTPr-fnillnfi
Cure for Nervous Debility ,Kx*
liauatrd Vitality
of a ny k i n d-
Weakness, Paralysis, nnd nit
lhe terrible ef*
tVcIs ot'jonthful
  follicB, and excesses hi tnntnrer years,
DK. MIXTIK will naree to forfeit
Five Hundred DoUlirH for a case of
this kind the Vital KcstOMtlve (nnder
his sjieclnl advice nnd tro-itinent Jwill tint
eove, er for nnytliirg iinimtn orinhirintis
[bund in IL. ])it. MIXTIK tr.-ut.** nll DIs-
cnaes success fid Iy without -ncrenry.
CollRllltlltion free. Thorongh e)mm(-
natinn and ndvlre, $5*00. Price or Vital
Hl'Storallve, JSa-'OO" a bottle, or four
times ihe qimuiity, pld'OOj sent to any
address upon receipt of pric;, orO O. D,,
Becnrc froiii obscrviilion, unit in private
nnmn if desired, by A. K. HI MI Pi
M. II.
Those who ennnot visit DR. MlMIK
in San Frnnoieco should Bend n full and
minute statement ol their Troubles with
$2tV00, and in return a full cot)No of
Medicine will be fnrmirtl-*d, securely
pnekedi so as not to excite cariosity.
All orders for medicine (1. 0.1), must
ha accompanied with $1.00 (as a Rtlnf*
an I i*e of jrood fniili), wliich will he de-
diu-teil when the pucka ire is shipped.
SAMPL13 UOTTLI5 FIlRFi.-Sont on
application by Idler st.iilni; syniplom*?,
sex nud ape. Commiuitcations sirletly
confidential. jny31-!y
I! Kearney'streel, San FmiiflMr'o. I'nl.
SIpSjetTgo
itllSPENSARV,
NO. 11 KEAENEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
PH. SPINNEY, writ k.i.Hvn nn Hit fonn-.
tloi- or tlm Mm,,mul, (0. ti.) Mnltml limit'
him, and lulu |'n>prlrtor»f llii) ai'lNNKYVIM.B
I.Vi-'lUMAItY, .vmil.l must iphfeetfulljr InfurHl
lilt* imtleiild nml tin* 'illlii-ti*.! ••i'nenilly, tlmt tlu
still cohtliinpu In tn-ul I'lironle uud [H'i'Voits (Hit**
CIISl'H Willi ltll|HII lllll*lt*ll *UlCl*l-SK,
LAt'IEtS  AND  GENTLEMEN.
Itoinimiber Unit prnflriiullnotlon Is the llilef uf
COMB AND BE HEALflD.
It mattera nut wlnit yonr tr-nililm may bo, tomo
mul h-t thu Doctor-ox'tmliio yonr caiw, It will
'•■.*-■( y-ni iiotlilii-f fin- L-uiiHiillutlnn, miplimmj cut)
nml Mtlsly yoitr*olvM wliotlmr thn lluotur nmtvr-
maniln your curie. If In* nut core you lie will tell
yon r;-, ir nut, hu will toll yon Hint, fur lie will
not ninlurtnku a cilia anlei-fl ho Is uontlilvnt of of*
I'nrtlos nt a illstanco wlslilng trontmettt, t»v
wii'lhijj- f2fi inul a inliiilti' ilonL-Hjitloiriif tliflr
Irunlilca will rueelvo in return a full course nf
Irciitnii'iit sfoarety [inckcd su ha not to oiclto cu>
im'.'f'IMNNKYwlll Kimrntitee to forfult Fl»«
Hiniilroil tmlliirs (or every cim of nuyklmt or
eliiirnoter wlilctl hu umlorlaKcsnitil tlill* tucaro.
P*. s.—For dlMonscH of short stnmling. a full
ronr-io ur mi>Ki<iiit>», HiiUli-lmit fin- n cnrtti witli
nil iitntritctl'ilirt, will ho miat tu any uddri-ti*- on
rpculiit or $t0,
Cull or AiMress
Iir. SPtSNEV * CO.,
i'-j'.ly      Nu. ]lKoai'iii'y-Ht.,Siiiil'iuindKo,Cat.
NOTICE IS HERBBY CUVKN
that, two inoutlis nftcv date, l, tlio
iindpraigiied, intotnl to npply t<i the Chief
ConimiHsioncr of Lnnds mid Works for
permission to fmrclinsi) iW) or more aetee
of Crown land, situated on Naiiiou Km*-
hor, Fitz-lfugh Sound, 11. C. Comiiioilc-
ing nt post near the shore, marked A;
thence Northerly, along the shore, and
Including two small islnnds, 50 chains, to
post. It; thciieo Knntcrly, 40 chains, W
post C; thonco Southerly, fit) clinins, to
post Oi thenoo Westerly, 40 ehiiiiia, to
point of eommoneeiiK'nt.
No minerals nro known to exist on thia
land.
JOHN CLAYTON.
Victoria, 11. C, loth May, 18S2.   Jyl&ui
I3NTU333C
TaI)l..HASRS, COMI'LAINTS Aiid AcCWtlTTI
wliich HAoyARo's Vi:r.U)W Oil i* ge.-u.ii-
teed to cu,. or relievo either la Mam or
LlRAST,
TAKEH 1HTERN>LLY F0>
CROUi;              1 COUGHS,
CRAMPS,             SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA,           1 t'OlBS, Ac
APPLIED EXTEMMLLV FOU
RHEUMATISM,
NEURAJ.OIA,
CHILBLAINS,
CALLOUS LUMPS
SWELLINGS,
STIFF JOISTS,
GALLS,
FROSTBITE,
LAMENESS,
CORXS,
CONIRAC1IONS
BRUISES,
LUMBAGO,
ITCH,
DEAFNESS,
FAIXtSBACK,
SPRAINS,
PAIXInSIDE,to,
Every bottle etieranteed 10 give utiifao.
| tion or motti y refunded.
1   DIREOTIOHSWITHU0H!!>TTlt,M*MaS&
T.l;IlLSran&00.,Ppsprtotori
j                      TOKONTO, OUT.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN"
that, two months after date, I, tho
undersigned, intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase 1(10 or more
acres of Crown laud, situated on Kooyo
Harbor, Mtz-liugh Sound, B.C. Coin-
meuuing at \tmt near the shore, marked
A; thence Northerly, fiO chains, to pout
U; thence Kftsterly, 40 chains, to post
C) thontio Southerly, HO olmiiis, to \mt
I); thence Westerly, 40 chains along the
shore, to point uf cmmneiiceinont.
No mint-mis are known to exist on this
land.
JOHN CLAYTON,
Victoria, B.C., lf.th May, 1882.' jylh2ui

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