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Array Provincial Secret..
THE BRITISH COLUMUIAN
—18  PnELUBSD—
Ever*- Wednesday & Satin-da*',
ROBSON BROTriERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EHTRANOE TO [01-
TORIAL AND BlISIHESS DEPARTMENT THROUGH T. II.
Pearson & Go's. Boox & Stationery Store.
TEKN8«Hy Mall, S3 n yenr; SI so for n mon.;
fl fur 3 mo.,i jisynblo in Advance. Ilellvoieil
by Curler or Agent, SI por quarter, |..i.v.iblu
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AGENTS:
T.H..HIRIIH&C
Wm.^aH'kisdh -..
■•Viotoria.
 Yale.
1. P. FISHER ArivertiHleK Agent, 21 Merelmnl'.
Kxclutnire, 8... CniiiclHcn, iemitliorlaeil to reeetv,
Advertisement, for till. juiper.
TIIIO   DADCD   mny lie «..l...l ....   III.'...
I Mo rArtn n.,.>. p. u™..ii tc...'«
: New,p.per Adverll.lnu Bureau (10 Spruce St.),
where ail.ertl.lng contract, may 1... n.nile for it In
NIW YMW.
!1he frittsk Cohimbi.ut.
wWe.e»,li<y Horning, Mil. 1, >55
Tne Kicking Horse Pass.
Upon tbe occasion of opening the
Provincial Exhibition, last week,
His Excellency the Gorernoi-General made a very interesting announcement.   He said:
. "The fetleial government must
find in vou ready co operators in the
rgigantic works necessary to be accomplished. ' In regard to one of
.these, and that the most important,
(for Victoria aa well as the Mainland
has a direct interest in the rond tlmt
will connect this provinco with tlio
interior, I nm happy to have good
mews to bring you. The president
of the Canadian Pacific Railway
telegraphed yesterday to me: 'The
route thiough the Rocky Mountains
Il by the Kicking Horse Pass. This
has been adopted, and Major Rogcis
reports having found the looked for
pass through tlie Selkirk range;
thus making tho connection witli
Kamloops by shortest possible line.
The grades for twenty miles nn
either side of the summit, tboiigh
heavy, are easier than nny of the
'American lines. No tunnel necessary. Hopo to be within two hundred and fifty mites of Kamloops by
this time next year. Expect to
have the whole line from Montreal
to the Pacific Ocean open by 1st
January, 1887.'"
It ia not very easy to realize that a
stranger should come iu among our
mountains and, in a single season,
[find a better route (if it he a better
[route) than onr own large und costly
staff of engineers found during all
th.se years.   And yet thnt is what
Major Rogers would appear to have
accomplished.  In justice to our own
engineers it   should   be borne iu
mind, however, that they were jiro-
oluded from going to the Kicking
Horso Pass,—first, because, as it was
then held, the Canadian Pacific Kail-
way must   bo kept   fa> tlier away
rom tbe boundary lino; and, second-
y, because the arbitrary gradients
.nsisted upon at  that timo forbade
She adoption of a route involving
nuch heavier grades.    At the same
lime, it must be romemliercd that
lie existence of a practicable pass
hrough the' Salkil'ft range has al-
rays   been   stoutly denied.    'Die
ews, authoritatively and definitely
.nnounced for the fi.st time iiiBri-
^jsh Columbia by tho Marquis of
lOrne, is undoubtedly "good liens,"
.Tovidcd it should uot turn out that
po   great   a  sacrifice   has   been
lade in the grade in outer to short-
n the  distance.   Looking to the
.Minify on the other side of tho
locky Mountains, it seems to be
dmitled that anundcsiial,!.; stretch
' country has been avoided by the
bangs of route—tlmt now tlie road
rill pass thiough a territory of uni-
oim fertility.   It has been objected
hat the new route is much less neural, that it may almost be said to
kirt the southern border, instead of
r using through the centra of tho
treat North-West; but wo aliea.ly
Be lines projected, and others will
liubtless   speedily    be   projected,
Ihich will thoroughly open up tho
kntry to tile north of tho trunk
lie.    Looking   at   the change of
irate from a British Columbia stand-
tunc, we have long since expressed
ie opinion that the new route will
rove more advantageous, passing,
I it will, through  the most fertile
«rt of the province.   Assuming tho
•w route to be adopted  by the
ampany, tlie Sanction of the Gov-
iinient is necessary; und wo do not
ink   tbe representatives of  this
evince wonld  be doing their duty
they did not impress upon the
ivernment the importance of stipu-
.ing for such a cCinuioiicemcnt of
lstiuction   through   the Selkirk
ige as shall secure facile ingi ess
' tht produce and trade of our
n country.   It is- all very woll to
tbat the Company would do bo
1 so iu any case.   The matter
mid be placed beyond all pcrad-
itllre.'
jMun^.hJiBB«a!rj;<,^.BH^.,rgjrmB(.g!Mi...ty3^^ga^r^  Li..fg3snKS^naa^i,.uu»..'""-r
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i, 1882.
NUMBER 27
©UI' Stow.
m
(Ooiiclncicil.)
He paused an iiis.'nnt, looking nl
her, and slio tniiVQ him n glance wliich
mado his heart be.vt more wildly, no
e:.i]iBir,u wns it to him in its trembling
mkfcui'e uf prido, lovo, and mippHoa-
Uop. He stooped forward nnd hissed
her parted lips. "So it;was for that,
for tinti, that yon havu mistrusted mo,
and tortured me,'1 ho said, with almost
nii^ry tondamess; "Oh, I hope and'
trust you have tortured yourself as
woll, ynu 'moat delicnto fiend.' or all
my Bufferings will have gotae for hath-
iii-r, and! must havo my revenge.*"
There was triumph in his tenderness,
and she tried in vain to release a linnd,
to hide her face, to shultcr her grief
and her rapture so i; its where—for it was
rapiuro she experienced at his imperious wooing, and not distrust; sho laiotv
the lovo of which it wns tho almost uncouth expression; and sho l.aew too
that ho nun right; tho ntnu to win'lier
was Jiiniself, auG no other.
"You citnuot escape, my well-beloved
cousin," he aaid, "lill you have answered my question. Tell mo—am I to <;o
homo with you to your mother, and
ibaoli her ns woll as forgive lior? or
nm I to ride back *;o Scar Fool, unreconciled alill? Vou can only decide."
"You mean — you will do—as I
Irish," she stammorod.
"On one condition."
Sho was Biloiit.
"Of coiirso you know what it ii," ho
wont on, with the same little nmilii of
triumph winch he could not r-niie re-
jtrctts. "Threo words—yuu "know what
they are1'—he bout over her, and
whispered, for tho delight of whwpor-
iiig:
"Your mother 1ms ns'.od my forjivo:
noss. Sho knows she has ac.ed wrongly, though she says she lias no.;. But
] cavo not whether sbo were wrong or
rfchfc. I say that if you will »ive yourself to mo forever, I will for-iVo her,
fify limes ovor. If you will not-I
nover will."
"Never?"
"No, never."
"Then — I must," sho roturned,
yielding, as he saw, only inch by inch,
but yielding. "I suppose I must,"
she repeated, casting a wavering glance
at him, and then suddenly hiding her
face upon his shoulder, "I must, if
you wish it, Bernard. You hnro made
me wish what you wished from the
firat moment I know you."
"It is well to bow to necessiiy," he
said,-in a voico which was not quita
steady, as ho folded her in his si'ina,
with a sensaiionof the deepest, pro-
foui'ides peace mid conieniinout.
"And," he whispered, wiih a half-
laugh, "nothing will give me greaier
joy than to impress t-llat facS upon
your friend Dr. WoniworJi,"
She pressed his shoulder, as if o:.-
posilatiug, and he snid:
"Don't grudge mo that bit of malice.
No doubt ho is worth n thousand of
mo. I Billow hu is. But, hoavei. bo
pridsed, it isn't only the Ib-st-rato nion
who ran get women to love ihnni—a
cross-grained carlo liko mo, even, has
his sfroko of luck'BomoLimes, and can
Induce a woman more or loss like you
tb tako him iu hand."
"Whon lie lias left hor no chpics,
becauso of bis goodness and genarosil-y
io thoso who have wronged him—cliurl
that he is!'1 she replied; nnd he, looking through her eyes into her heart,
saw there~-hib own itnr.go.
".NivliH-niinUi-NMn^v.t:^,
Di Wtiitml wMoi"ti i de Dnkmi.
Una Ho.jo I li-li iI-i*Wnc*iv."
Randulf kept bis promise to his
friend, established himsolf S at Soar
Foot for tho night, and watted for Aglionby's return. He and Mrs. Bryce
dined icle-a-tcte, and ho told her that
Aglionby had been called off to V'ore-
BtiU on business, but wns to rt-Uirii
that night, some timo.
It gradually grow apparent lhat the
"somo time,'"whenever it came, would
bo late. The evening drew ou, and
darkness fell, and si ill lie had not
come. Mrs. Bryco, whoslill felt languid from the heat, and her recent
headache, went to bod early. Itandulf
merely said he would have a smoke,
and wait for Aglionby—tho servants
need not sit up; ami presently all ihe
household had retired. It grow so lato,
that he knew hu must be the only person waking beneath that roof. Ho sat
in the house-place beside tho open
door, for iho night was bnlmy as night
could Im, and the moon flooded tho
earth with her radiance.
Itandulf, for Iho moat part, ley back
iu au easy-chair; his hands clasped behind his head, content to be silent and
to droam. Once or twice ho got up,
and paced about tho gardou, and found
his way down to tho walor's edge;
looked across the mo'ionloss lake, and
raised his eyes: to whore, at the foot of
it, Addlebrumrh, liko a grim sonttnol,
kupt watch. It was very boautiful,
but tliero was also somothiug irrepres-
sibly weird iu it, and lio realised this,
as he reilec'ed upon the calm peace
and homely slieUor of (his spot, and
then recall-id all the wns.o of wild, unearthly litoors, savage fells, desolate
fastnesses, wliich spread on overy sido
—all full of tho glamour and mys'ory
of Iho summer night. A wild laud;
nud the race lhat dwelt in it had somothiug of iis own sternness in iheir nature—especially, he thought, with a
alight smile, that vory family under
whose roof ho was sojourning this
night.
As ho s'ood, inocionloBB, leaning on
a rail, he could hear iu tho dead silence
of the night, the murmur of rushing
waters,' borne by the faintest breeze tu
his ear, from tho inmost recesses of
tliu hills iu wliich they sprang—cascades whioh rush forever, aud forever
(Sou rotii'tii rng**.)
FIRE INSURANCE.
TllE LANCASKIBE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £2,000,000 Sterling
Kisk3 accepted at  CurrQnt "Rates of
Premium by
JOtfi 0. BROWN,
Agent for Now Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
W.  ELSON,
EBCHANJ   TAILOR!
IVTT0N   SQUARE,
NEW   WESTMINSTEB,   B.   C.
HAVING   JUST RECEIVED AN
extensive Stoek of New ami Fashionable GOODS, 1 will l.e gln.l to reccivo
orders, which will be promptly executed
ami
m GOOD PIT GUARANTEED.ia
Term? strictly cash.
"•»'"■ W. ELSON.
8. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia Sr., New Westminster, B. C,
SAW   FH.HU,   KHV   FITTH'e,    LOCK-
_ SMITH, < i i 11 Silt!   tiKOUNI),
SUeWOHM Sil,IKI*KVF.i>,
SEWING- MACHINES
Cleaned and Ropaire.l.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
liiil.iTlliiHMeiHlcl, nml GeneralItcpnlr*
hlff llcnlly ,1,,,,,..
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifi.ks, Shot
Clous, Revolvers, and Fishing: Tackle
for salo. d24y
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARG-
est assortment of Clocks ever hold
on the Mainland of British Columbia.
Nickel OlOOkSj at S2.25 (ivoramted).
Rftli  Thomas'  Nickel Alarm, at
All lands of Manlfl  nail Olilec
Clock".
IVnltlllim WlltCllOS, coin silver cases,
from :;!f, upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Silver
.TOWolr)', of the latest designs.
V
Silver Plato Ware  and (Ipllenl
Goods.
Colombia Street,
au2 New Westminster, U.C.
mi WESTMINSTER, i G.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlio Oity,
TllE H|T DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THK OHAliGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THK UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to aunomiuu to tliu 1'ubliu that Ito
hns purchase*! the above Hotel, where
everything will he found first-class, nml
at i*oaBO*iiaulo rates.
The Parlors And Sleeping Apnrt-
incnts are under tho superintendence
of Mrs, Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A t Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, und
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the uso of guests.
Is supplied with tho choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cit'Aits, kc
(AT BKL1KTTM MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED THE SER-
vicos of Mr. Jas. Sneiw, and
fitted our Shop with u set of first-class
Tools, wc are in a position to turn out
the best quality of work iu thia line,
my 13 DeBECK UROS. k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHOBI'S
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PSICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the now Oddfellow Hall, Col
uinbiast., New Westminster.
ESTABL1SIII5!) 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
• it
Nearly Opposite the C0I011I.1I "otel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
rnHI! LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
JL   tisaoi'Liuout of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tlio
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL ISTRUIEITS
01' RVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fino Asssortmentj from $'25 to $Q0,
__at—
BAGWALIL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOVKIINMEXT STRKET,  VICTORIA.
J. BAdWALL,
riAN-OroitTK&OlItJAXTlINKU&liKl'Air.!^:
JSS 3Efl *27 "WIT 3E3 "iSl TST
mi   WESTMINSTER
ROYAL  CITY
taSaiwi'R'aa.30)
11AXE ON HAND AND ARU PRE-
PAItlD TO MANUFACTURE
"ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF—
Bough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Saving, Turning, SliaHing,
Ami all kinds of AVOOD-FINISHINO,
oxecitod to order witli the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FiSil  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW   "WESTHINSTEE,   B.   C.
J0HTJ EDENBRY,
Manager.
I. H. FLEUCE ^ CO.
iaiPOItTEKS) ANI) DRMJiRS Ih"
STOVES,
BANGLES,   &0., &C.
House Furnishing Goods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPOaTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on lirmrt, at
the LOWEST MABKET RATES.
Titnvarc manufactured on tlio prcini-
Scs.   Job!»ng promptly attended to.
MOUtttpOK'S STO.YF, m'IU>IN<;,
Sew Wi'i-tnilnslor.
GO TO THE
BAM  FRANCISCO
STAGES WILL LEAVE THE OCCT*
DENT HOTEL,  N»W Westmik-
stku, ovoi-y day, at 9 a. m.
RETUHNINO,   will leavo   PORT
MOODY at 3 p.m.
First-class   Stages,   and   everything
necessary for the comfort of Passuugi'i-'j,
Alao, a good Covered Carrlngo for hire
any hour, day or night.
Orders should bo loft nt the Occident
Hotel;
R. STEVENSON,
auOto Proprietor
JT-JO. AUSTIN,
PropMbtou.
NOTICE.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
1^1 application will lio made to the
Legialativo Assembly of the Pittvineo of
Uritish Columbia, at its next enssion, for
nu Aut to incorporate a Company to construct nnd work n Railway from a point
iu tho City of New Westminster to some
point near the (iitli -mmllvl, north latitude, between Sennahmoo Hay and
JLWi.til.ip Sixteen in tho District of New
Westminster, Uritish Columbia. r .
GORDON E. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for tlie Applicant*.
Now Wort., Sept. 1,1882. #3
PATENTS
We continue to net ns Solicitors for Pat
eiitd, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrights,
etc., for the United States, Canada,Culiii,
Englititd, Prance, Germany, etc. Wo
have had Uilrty-firo} t'lir.s (jxporloiico-
Patents obtained through us arc noticed in tho Suikn'tivic AmewoaN. This
large and spleinlid ilhistrated weekly
paper, §11.20 a year, shows tlio Progress
of Science, Is very interesting, nnd lias
an i* unrnums circulation. Address,
MUNN k CO., Patent Solicitors, Pub
Ushers of SotfotTit-'io Amsiuoan. 'IT Park
Row, New York. Hand book about Patents sent free, debt
U*'lVV/ff;.1iyiV.ll.(.*OAThD.
i-'.";; 'Jn fel     1-vSmT
- "• '"liLsE-V   VrOKTAllLH
HlgtUy rccoiiiinenilcil
for fMllousni-H-,,
■ili'nit-'.'i.clii'. Con*
sliiiniioii.Snrtliies.
if
I    .,
0  \ I:i "i "    J sliiiaiion.SmllKe.i.
| ■*":', I'J ■ I f.'-n, E'-lffiliws-Hi 13(*|irlburiif
^.;;.■■*.>■.\'hf:::l Urmflu imi. ot Ap,
-;"~---*—--*J )j--ji(o, .'.iitiiuUcr, toss of
■>'■'•"."■';•)   r*!!*;;' fUiUiim'Ii, I.lvop 4'om-
Vi!t1nJ,or nn villpfi^iarWiii'fmiu tlio alum-
a- i>, It'!, ■•■■.inr ri'iliicv*-. They aro uafe.
..illi'itiiu::i(iVo:i'-!.jiH-l.eiViicl-ion. tVomltoa
'""■"^"'^••'i-Bira^.i-KKra**
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
T-J.OOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   description mado to order, and re-
paired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO    A—
svnjkjsra boot.
Tho highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Orrosrf k tht; ll.vxlc.
IMPERIAL
FM INSURANCE COMP'r.
I Oi.n UiwiAit St. and 1(1 l\ut, Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
"BnlldingB, Qootls, Wares, Metvliau-
tliso, iMiuiufucturing nnd Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock) nml the
Cargoes of such Vus-iels ; also, Ships build-
ing and repairing, Marges and other Vessels ou navigably river.-*, and ennuis, and
''noila on board such Voasols, throughout
Great Britain nud Irelaml and in Foreign
Countries,
TOM LOSS Oil DAMAGE ft FIRE.
Subsciibed and Jttvostod Capital,
£1,(300,000 S,T(3.
Rates of Premium and every Information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTKONfl,
Aifoiifc for xfew Westminstor,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C.
HA*V1NG PURCHASED AND
completely re-fumished and
othenvise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
O IF* IB ""Kj"
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located and well appointed in overy department, with
ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it will bu found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and niof-t comniodkm.?. Hotel on the
Mainland,
Tho
RESTAURANT
Department is under the vory beat
management both aa'regards (liiianfE
and attendance) and parties desiring
iiiein can have comfortable Private
IHllhlg Rooms, with special attendance.
The
BAB  ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, nud the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept ou hand.
Tho
BILLIARD ROOM
la spacious and well appointed, and
provided with STKAiiyj'S Patent
CUSHION TABLE'S, the best in
uso.
izr Good attendance and moderate charges.
3. E. INSLEY,
pROPItlKTOB k "MANAGER.
April*!, 1SS2. np5
T"****-*g:*r.*T*,'.-T'.*jrtj**-* em
Jfor gnlc or r£o |icnt
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INLET.
Xtiwly Built nnd Xcv(-Jlv Furnished,
lnrge and Colhmodlnus.
ONE OF TKE EEST HOTELS ON THE MAINUND.
Conmianda an unbroken view   of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway,
SIIIT8    <>*'   K0O.1IH   FOB    FA IK I LIES.
SjT Visitors nml Tourists will find It a
juict nnd pleasant resting place.
Tlio nealo of charges will bo found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Proprietor,
BRICKS FOB SALE.
THI"! SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
of excellent bricks for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
Now Westminster,
June 24, 1881. jn2J5
FOR  SALE:
A  GOOD   FARM,   CONTAINING/
153 acres; 14 acres chopped and
burnt; und a good  Frame House.   Situated '2 miles from "Maple Ridge P. 0. ami
5 miles Irom Fort Langley,
For information apply to
WILLIAM McADAM,     ,
Maple Ridge,
Or to
.    ,. EDWARD McADAM,
an 12 t „  Kioola Valley.
FOR   SALE:
T
HE FOLLOWINGj-
15 Fat Hogs,
15 Small Hogs,
1 Whito Chester Boar,
A number of Hones,
1 Cutting Box,
1 Platform Scale (capacity 1,000), ,
Also—for sale or leaBe—the premises
iccently occupied by me.
To bo seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
New West., July -1, 1882. jy5
BAIEY  MIM
FOR SALE 08 LEASE.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SrENCE'S UnillGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson Diver.
mm; above hotel is now
1 open foi' tlio nceniniii.Hliiliou of tlie
Pnlili... an.l the proprietor will eu.leavor
to ileaerye a fair aliaro of patronago.
Tlio vory l.cst of WrirBs, Liftiions ami
Ck.aus will always bo Uopt,
C.   MORTON.
July 1, 1381. anil
AYRSKIRE_ BULLS!
rnil 1*1   UNDERSIGNED   HAS   FOR
|L Bale on reasonable terms a fow half-
lired Ayrshire yoarliiig Bulls, sired by the
Thorougbbrcd Ayrahlrfl iinll
The dams being clioidfl   dairy cows.
A. S. VFJIDKU,
jell iSimuis,
NOTICE.
TJ1ISH15RMMN AND OTHERS ARE
Jj notifiod that it is Ule^al toJinport
salfnon u mler any pretence from nUove
the Snmas Hirer,
0. ITTTHNDUHUl,
Fiahery Ovoraoer.
Jnly28, 1S32. jy20
THE FARM CONSISTS OF 320,
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known as'
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of whicli a part
is suitable for crop. It is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Al-*o-~7i5 Milk Pons, Chnrn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L, ANDERSON,     .
apotc Nicola Lake;
FOR SALeT
LOT   2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    i,    "      xxn.
"     10,      " XXVIII.,
City of New Westminster.
--ALSO—
LOT   i,   BLOCK" I.
"  S&O,    "       in.
"      4,       " V.
"      3,       " X.
"   IS, 10, k 20, BLOCK XHL,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
nullOto Victoria.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE TOP.
Churcli or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
inana, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for 8150
tiish, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful ono. Tilts fo a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers & Music Dealers,
fc4to Now Westminster.
FOR SALE:
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACRES   IMPROVED 1
135  Aeres  Under  Timothy!
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS for
X Sale, on favorable terms, his splendid Farm, situated on the Nortii Arm,
14 miles from the City of New Westminster nud within four miles of the Town
of Granville, tho
RAILWAY   TBRMINU8.
The Farm contains 8"»I acres of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
drained and free from overflow at all
seasons.
There aro
'Jtw    lici:.**   IMI*IU»VEI>,
Of which 13fi acres arc tinder timothy(
ami the remainder under oats, root crops
and pasture.
There is a good bearing or hard and a
splendid spring of pure water.
There are a coWortablo dwelling, two
double barns 120x45 feot, together with
shods mul other outbuildings.
The Farm is woll stocked with horses,
cattle, pigs, &o., and with the must improved agricultural implements and machinery, including a "Giant Reaper.'1
The property fronts on the North Ann,
and there is a wharf (not quite finished),
affording excellent landing for steamers.
There is no belter farm in the country-,
and it fo in a condition to pay a largo
profit on thu investment fmm the first.   ,
The Farm will bo sold witli or without
thu live fitook.
Forp-'rtiuulais Apply on tho promised
or by post to
HUGH MACEE.
New West,,.Tuly 4, 1882. jy5
GSPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HUK1CHV GIVEN,
that tlio City taxis, for 18S2 nre
now <lue anil payiil.le nt the olliee of the
City Clerk..
TAMES OliU, C. M. C
New West.. .Iu)y L'3,  1SS.».
fyfio NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Now Opening J. Ellard & Co
Notice to Merchants P. Collins
Shelford Estato J. 0. Trevost
mn^s^sWsmmmiismimmimniinmimnlmmmamm
liu fritislt (Eolttmbi.in.
We.li.is.la, Morning;, Oct. 4, I88J,
Too much Money.
At tUe great Conservative Con-
vention held at Toronto last montli.
Sir Leonard Tilley said tliat liis cliief
embarrassment, as Financo Minister,
arose from having too much money.
He stated that at tho end of the
current fiscal year lie would have a
iurplus of $15,000,000! It is at all
times less embarrassing, one would
think, to be able to announce a surplus than a deficit in the revenue of
thetdiiiitry. But whon such an announcement as this is mado ono cannot help reflecting; nnd reflection
leads to the conclusion that there
must be undue, certainly unneces-
eary, screwing of money out of the
taxpayers. To so adjust taxation
that revenue and expenditure—necessary expenditure—shall exactly
balance would appear to us to constitute the perfection of financiering.
Instead, therefore, of discovering in
a fifteen million surplus something
to rejoice over, we confess tliat wo
cannot help recognizing in it just so
much money wrongfully, because
needlessly, taken out of the pockets
of the people. We do not know what
the feeling is in the other Provinces;
but we know that in this Provinco
taxation under the N. P. falls with
very great severity upon more than
*ane industry, and we beg respectfully to suggest that tlie embarrassment
'of the Minister might be relieved by
handing over a few of tlio surplus
millions to British Columbia. It
should be remembered that this
Province wa« induced to come at
'orfce under the operations of the
Federal Wtstoms tariff, relying upon
the Dominion Government to complete the transcontinental railway
•System by 1881, thus imparting
reality to our connection with Ciuuv
da. But here we are in 1882 not
only without railway connection, but
with every prospect of having to
"wait five or Bix years more for what
was promised in 1881. The claim
of British Columbia to special consideration consists iu. the fact that,
in consequence of remoteness and
isolation, the peoplo Cannot avail
themselves of the advantages of the
N. P. in consuming the manufactures of the older Provinces, while
they have to bear all the disadvantages arising from piling up protective duties. Under these circumstances, a British Columbian is compelled to contribute three times as
much towards the Federal revenue
as the inhabitant of another province.
If, then,Sir Leonard wonld just pass a
fsw of tho surplus millions this way
it would only bo a simple act of adjustment, equalization of the burden
of taxation. Clearly this Province
is entitled to some compensating advantage until such time as through
■ railway communication places tis in
a position to share in the rewards as
well as the burdens of the N. P.
Indian "Potlatclies."
The Free Press says the Nanaimo
Indians contemplate giving a grand
"potlatoh" in a week or ten days, at
which it is expected five thousand
Indians will be present, invitations
having been sent to the Lower
Fraser and as far as Cape Flattery.
Our contemporary remarks:—
"The potlatch will take place about
the time of the anticipated arrir.il of
the Marquis of Lome and Princes.
Louise, and it would no doubt be very
{.luting to our distinguished visitors,
I ths Indians took part in tbo wol-
come, say in meeting thoin on arrival,
and escort the vice-regal party to the
landing. It would bo a magnificent
sight to seo the five thousand Indians
In their canoes, gaily decorated ami
painted, entering the harbor with Her
Majesty's war vess,', in their midst."
We greatly niisjudgo tlie good
sense of the Marquis und the Prin
cess if suoh a sight would be "verj
pleasing" to them. Tliis "potlatoh"
business constitutes one of the chief
obstacles in the way of civilization.
It iB one of tho greatest difficulties
with which the missionaries have lo
contend. To the Indians themselves
lt is evil and only evil. Why, then,
should tho Marquis of Lottie and
the Princess Louiso look with pleasure upon such a gathering. On Sat-
arday last, in addressing tho as-
semblod chiefs, Ilia Excellency very
properly expressed disappointment
Mid regret at some of the tribes still
retaining this foolish relic of barbarism, and we trust and beliove that,
should suoh a soeno oouur under the
eye of Ilia Excellency at Nanaimo,
lie will foci it to be his duty to discourage and reprove it. In this way
ho might greatly strengthen the
hands of the missionaries and promote the cause of civilization. Less
thoughtful persons might enjoy the
sight. It would doubtless gratify
thoughtless curiosity. But to one
earnestly seeking 'tlie well-being of
the Indians such a sight must be
anything but "pleasing." We could,
did space permit, show the debauching and pecuniarily ruinous oflects
of tliese "potlatches," and give instances where dire destitution and
absolute starvation have resulted
from tliis prodigal folly which stands
so much in tlie way of civilizing and
improving tho Indians. We sincerely trust the subject may be more
fully explained to the Marquis of
Lome and the Princess Louise, so
that, should opportunity offer, they
may throw thoir potent influence into
tlie scalo of civilization. A few
words of disapproval from thom
would have a potent influence for
good.
The Island Railway.
During tho last session of tho
local legislature, when Mr. Beavon's
bill, repealing the Esquimalt and
Nunaimo Railway 'Act, 1875, was
passed wo pointed out that it severed the last link connecting the Dominion Government with that work.
The Colonist, whilo admitting the
step to have been in tho wrong direction, deprecated tho idea that it
could bo held to weaken, much less
sever, tho connection between the
Government and the railway. In a
late issue of that paper wo find the
following significant item:
;Sir Charles Tupper hits expressed
the opinion in London that the province relinquished its claim on ihe
Dominion for the Island railway by
repealing the land act. Oh! Mr. Heaven, you have beon and gone and dono
it at last."
The Act referred to granted to
tho Dominion Government, for tho
purpose of constructing, nnd to aid
in tbo construction of a railway between the town of Nanaimo and Esquimalt harbor, in trust to be appropriated in sueh manner as lite Dominion Government may deem advisable" a belt of laud not exceeding
forty miles wide. At the very moment the Dominion were making arrangements with a syndicate to build
the railway, these lands being the
chief consideration in the arrangement, Mr. Beaven, without so much
as consulting the Dominion Government who bad them in trust, lepenl-
od the act and took the lands back
in the rudest manner possible ! To
imagine that, after .such a step, the
Dominion Government would consider themselves still bound by an
iTangement so rudely broken by
the other contracting party would
bo altogether too absurd.
1,3"-AYe have jn;.t received from England
direct a line line of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flies
made expressly for this country, and to
which the finest trout will rise—T. lt.
Pearson k Co,
Notice to leroliants,
ON AN D AFTER DATE THE UN-
dersigned wil! cart goo.13 from the
wharf to any store ou Front or Columbia
Street at the rato of
*3 JHSE-JTS Jk. "jr-OUtr.
Orders promptly executed.
PAT. COLLINS.
October 4th, 1882. o4
■state of John Shelford
ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY
Claims against the said Estato nro
rec-ncsted to send tliont to tho under-
signeil on or boforo tlie 2nd of November
next, and nil persona indebted will please
to pay at onco.
J. C. PREVOST,
Administrator.
Victoria, Oct. 2nd, 1S82. oc4
1TOTICE.
ALL ACCOUNTS AOAINST THE
. Reception Committee mast be
sent to the Treasurer oh or beforo the (ith
of October.
W. II.' FALDING,
sollOtd Sec.-Trcas.
sisal MM
St Ann's Convent
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
For tlie Benefit of tlie Sisters
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1882.
TICKETS      •      ■      ■      -      ?1 00
Children under lit, half-price
iff Performance to commence nt 7 p.m.
(sc201
NOTICE.
AN IMPRESSION HAVING GONE
abroad that I have disposed of my
property at Port Haney, I hereby state
that such is not tile case.
THOMAS HANEY,
au30to Fort Haney, B.C.
IOTICE.
STRAYED INTO MY PREMISES,
on or about tho 14th inst., a flock
of tame Geese. If tho owner docs not
prove property, py charges and take
them away within two weeks from the
date of this notice I will sell them to pay
expenses incurred.
W. H. ROWLING.
Truro Farm,
Nortii Arm, Sept. 22, 1S82.       bc28
LOST
ON IflTH AUOUST, BANK OF
British Columbia Ccrtifiaito of Deposit, No. iii-7"), in favor of Carl Erck-
seu, for !?b'0. Payment of tliis certificate
lias been stopped, Tho finder will bo
suitably rewarded upon handing tho
same to the Bank of British Columbia.
New West., Aug. 26, 1SS2.       au30to
Challenge Accepted!
THE EXCELSIOR HAND JIERE-
by pick up tho ''gauntlet thrown
down by Professor Austin" on behalf of
the Victoria Militia Band of amateurs,
and will play them for §250 or upwards
and the championship of British Columbia. Place, New Westminster; tiino,
5th October.   ,
The Excelsiors having deposited 8100
with Mr. McColl, require the Victorians
to do likewise,
PHIL. BRANDON,
seSOto Bandmaster.
THE
mHE ONLY BLUE IN WHICH THE
.JL clothes can remain for any length
of time without specking or streaking—
the best article in the market.
C. D. KNIGHT, Manufacturer,
New Weshninstc*-*, ,
British Colmnbia.
/t.?" In case of clothes being left out in
the rain, can put same in Blue over night
and they will iiot be specked or streaked.
{au5tc)
MEBTI8EME.fr.
Editor Coi.i*-.iniAx.—As a subscriber
to your paper and ns a citizen and merchant of New Westminster, I claim a
short space in your columns for the purpose of nnswering certain strictures on
my conduct regarding the early closing
moverneut, which you havo been kind
enough to publish from time io time; and
sutllee to say that I hnvo for sale everything that is calculated to feed tho hungry and clothe the naked; and if lieeil be
I will got out of my bed to servo my
customers, which, I assure you, are getting to be very numerous. I have not
the least objection that those philanthropists who wish to consult their own ease
lather than their 01151011101*8' convenience
close tip altogether.
I havo tho honor to bo, Sir,
* Your Most Obedient Servant,
seSOml CHARLES McDONOUOH.
m?m$m
•Si&SS^
08EAT INTERNATIONAL
in mil
LONDON, 1883.
TNTKND1NG EXHIBITORS ARK
1_   notified that
Saturday,MOct,, 1882,
Will bo the LATEST DATE for receiving at the Ollice of the undersigned in
Victoria,
FOR  SHIPMENT TO LONDON, ARTICLES INTENDED FOR TKE EXHIBITION.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries,
Victoria, B. C, 12th Sept., I8S2.   selO
1882.
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—jsmwrec-^-
ELLA
& GO'S.
CASE
lew Fall
Ex 'Sardonyx.'
l.'olumbla St., New Westminster
WiMS TO DISPOSE OF HIS
ENTIRE STOCK OF
AT fM PEICE!
(EITHER IH LOTS OR BULK)
1
—** «C3w HL] S O ""
(Cottage, ton Me)
Will be sold on the Instill'
ment Principle,
ALL ACCOUNTS
due muat be paid on
or before 15th September next.
Call,   Examine,   and
Secure a Bargain!
THE
'111 Hi
rnHIS RPLKNPID NRW HOTEL IS
\_ now complotfl unit open for tlio
travelling L'tibliti. It it* finished luul fur*
ilisheil for pleDiitro and comfort.
TI-3IID   T-A-SXjE
Ih always supplied with tlie host in tho
nmrket.
DHE   B-AJR,
la aliio Hitpplioil with the host of Liipiora
aud Cigars,
To thoso seeking pleasure with the
Roil nnd Gun—the Btm'onndmgs of Port
Honey nro rv perfect Qame Kinld. Tho
rod fishing of the Lillooot river, thft host
in Uritish Columbia, is within a mile of
the Hotel,
Front tho balcony of the Hotel is obtained a most maguifloont vlow up and
down the Fraser river, uix iniK-s i-io-h
woy.
The lofty Mount linker to the South
and tlio "Golden Furs" to the North are
the finest subjeets for the ortiat on tho
Mainland.
Tho "Great Land Slide" of "id tlmt
sunk 40 ncres of tho Howison Farm to a
depth (f ono hundred feet bolotV tho
level of the surrounding grounds, and its
boiling
SULPHER    SPRINGS
stand M*ithin a quarter of u mile of the
Hotel, and the roaring Falls of the Kanaka ure within a mile of the Houso.
Thoso seeking a week's holiday can
nowhere in 11. C. find more interesting
surroundings or spend a more pleasant
timo,
To Invalids, in coses of rheumatism
and all nervous diseases tho Sttlpher
Spr'^gs Sponging 'IJnths net in a most
miraculous way. Invalids will bless the
day they threw drugs to the dtiys and
tried tho inagie Baths of tho famous
Springs of Fort Haney.
WILLIAM ROSS,
PiioraiETon.
Port Haney, Supt. 6, 18S2. mO
■a<DXJTJls/L3<f--
O.G.MAJOR
FARMERS'* MINERS*
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
0F $
HARDWARE,
THE BEST BRAND Of
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
6 Mil!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
USp" Storngo. mill Forwarding
dono at reasonable rates.
REID & HUDSON.
jyl2-0in
COLLEGIATE
—AM)—-
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESWNSTEB*. B. Ci
RE-OPENS  AUG.   30,  1S82;"
TISIT0RS :-..Rev. R. JAtoi&oN, Rev.
C. Watson".
SAHAGEKS: -r W. J. 'JAitMBTBor*jat
JI. P. ?., J. S. Cuite, Esq., Rev-*
K, Roiwon, C. G. Majoh, Esq.
TKACHEKS:—
H. M'. STitAMJiERu, B.A., Principal}
Mathematics, Classics and History.
Rev. \V. J. Dowleii, R. A.,Vick-Pkis-
cii'Ai,; Modern Languages, Science1
and Literature,
L. R. McInnes, M. D.;   Anatomy!
Physiology and Hygiene.
Mns, D. Robson* Voice Culture antl"
Art of Singing.
Instrumental Music (piano) hy n first-
class teacher.
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into four
terms of 10 weeks each.
EXPENSES'-
Tuition, High School, per term, $15,001
Board, per term, $*li>,00.
Music (vocal ov instrumental)'per term;
$10.01).
Uso of Instrument for practice, per
term, $8.00.
Washing, 50 cents per doz.
For circulars, with fuller information'
apply to
R. ROBSON,
Sec.-Treas.
Now West., July 20, 1882: jy22
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y<
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T. R. Pearson&Co., Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER:
Rosources of tiie Company m nt
lilst December, 1881.
I. Subscrllieil Capital-
Paid-up £ 500,000  0  tf
Uncalled  1,500,000   0  0
£2,000,000  0  d
II. Firo Fund— .
Rosorvo £844,576 19 11
Premium Rcsbrvo: 310,551   7  0
Jllllimcoiiil'rolir.uiil
Lobs Account    54,307   7   1
£1,218,405 14  tf
III. Lifo Fund-
Ao'cuintilated
Fund  of   tlio :
Lifo Branch'...$,112,590   7   8
Accumulated
Fund of the An-
uuity'liraiicli..    805,515   3   4
£3,508,105 11   V
IV. Rovonuo for tlio Year 1881—
Firo   Branch —
Promiums and '.
Interest £1,024,400 10 11
Lifo and Annuity
Branches -Premiums and In- j
torcst     478,825 14   3
jnl7
£1,503,280 rr   7. *-K«*YC>Ji**«*^
Ilie ftitislt Columbian.
Wiii'.-.i'Mlay Miir-itni*-;, •*•(. i, l**:«s-
CON SIGNERS.
Per BtiitiniBliip VICTORIA, from Sun Francisco,
kr. 1—A Omlonl'mk, A M Hl-iiIui*, tl II "tVUm-i.,
IGFackingOo, OMcDonotlKli, 0 0 Miijor, I)e-
tuck ltron, K P Klliott, B 8 S-ic-Jiilli.r ft Co, V
llohllolT, V Clinpperflon, P W Fwtcr, 0 Asliwul!,
3 LolNor, Hnstiiit,"' S M Cu, J Fniitli, J A It Horn-
sr, J Murray, .laa Vnir, J Ailimorotif*, J Qimg.
lottl lUiiim-io, J Kllnrd, J Cuimiugliiiiti, J WIsi*,
.Willio, It Tlmrnns, It Dloklnmm, TrupltBroii,
ff Rm, W UcOoIi; W R Lowla. W J Urowor, ilev
WJDowler, SHW'-t-b.
Holy Trinity Church ia being en-
*!oBed by a neat fence.
The Synod of the Anglican Church
net yesterday and is still iu at-ssion.
A race meeting is to take place at
■"■pence's Bridge on the 17th und 18th
nut.
The steam or Skj/zy.has made a successful trip between Boston Ba'r nnd
Lytton.
Dr. Trew's winter-oatiug apples got
he first and second prizes at the Pro-
incial show.
The steamer Gertrude, Capt. Odin,
•turned from Yale on Monday night
-ith freight and paiaengers.
Those who wont from here to the
rovincial show are not very favorably
mpressed wifh what they saw.
Rev. Mr. Turner, lately ef Cariboo,
•port-id himself at Kootenay on the
Ith ult. tn route for Manitoba,
Rer. Mr. Hall, the eloquent Cowley
■'ather, preached at Holy Trinity
il online; and evening, last Sunday.
The itenmer Enterprise, Oapt. Gardner, arrived from Victoria yesterday
i 4.15 p. m., with freight uud passon-
era.
The steamer R. P. Rithet, Capt.
rvinjr, returned from Yale yesterday
t noon, and shortly afterward left for
'ietoria.
The Princess Louise must have had
splendid view of the ''Queen's Reach"
om the deck of the steamer Ale:;ntier on Friday night.
Her Royal Highness thu Princess
louise returned to Gary Castle on
iunday evening, none the worse fur
sr trip to the Mainland.
Mayor Shakespeare of "Victoria, ao-
ompanied the Vioe-Rejpl Mrty up to
'ale.   Returning by the Ritliet, he
ont down tu "Victoria yesterday.
Harvest thanksgiving feerVices were
eld in Holy Trinity Church in tliis
ity last evening. Tho decorations
rere very appropriate and beautiful.
Messrs. Martin, Armyingo and
lumphreys wore nominated for Yalo
)istricfc on Friday. The Uiree-corneVed
rrangement may let "Toni" slip in.
The final meeting of the General
teception Committee has beeu post-
Soiled till Saturday evening) when all
ccounts must be in the hands of the
[ecretory.
A serious fire occurred in Victoria
ii Sunday morning, destroying Mr.
lowinan'a livery stables and the two
pper Hats of the Driard Houso. In-
urnnco light.   Loss heavy.
The steamers R. P. Rithet and
iVestern Slope arrived frota Victoria
Imost neck and neck nn Sunday morn-
ig, the former being a little ahead as
hey came panting into tho harbor.
Just' received from Montreal senu-
16 Vncoino Virus. On Friday next.
ietween the hours of 3 and 0 p.m., 1
 ill receive children at my surgery for
accinalion.—L. R. MoInna), M. D.
"The Nanaimo" is the name appro-
riately given to the barque recently
unched at that Port. The Free Press
dvocates making Nanaimo un intlo-
mdent port of entry and registration.
fhynoU
The steamer Wm. Irving, Capt.
■isley, returned froni Vale on Monday
■ght with a large nuniher of [loBsoh-
'ira, 116 head of beef cattle for Mr.
'reaves, a number of sheep uud a
uantity of produce.
'The canneries have beon at work on
ie cohoes during tho pimt fe\v days,
it the run is light and intoruiiltmit.
bout fifty fish (large size) to tho buat
as beeu the highest average, but on
fonday night the lake Aus much
ghter.
"Kith and Kin" is. concluded in
is morning's issue. Wu have reason
> believe tho readers of tho Coium-
;an have very generally appreciated
ie story. Another ono of equal if
)t greater interest will bo commenced
txt week. *
A meeting of shareholders of the
ureku Silver .Mine was held at tho
lice of tho Company in this city last
vening, to consider an offer fur the
ine made by Mr. Torronce, Mining
ngineer. The result had not trau-
lired up to our going to press.
Mr. Cunningham has secured a long
im of the ground adjoining his store,
present occupied as furniture waro-
ioms, and we understand he will im-
iediatily proceed to erect thereon a
fo-attry building for stores, oflices,
;o. It is stated thnt a portion of the
iw building will be occupied by the
ank of British Columbia.
'Uncle Rttfus Hatch tells New York-
.i this story about J. J. Hill:—"A
■ntleman residing in St. Paul was
leck-clerk on the dock nt @-J5 per
lonth not ■ many years ago. He touted his savings in laud, gained the
mfidence of English capitalists, and
i-day he is president of the Manitoba
dlroad and laid to be worth $11,000,-
On Friday evening" I. B.. Fisher,
iq., of the Bank of British Columbia
thi« city, entertained at dinner at
ie residence tho following;—Cnpt. the
[on. W. Bagot; Capt.. East, R. N.,*
[. M. S. Comus; Hon. Joacolino
agot; Doctor Bunlett, Physician to
'. R H. the Princess Louise; Mr.
impbell; Hon. Senator Nelson; Hon.
inator Mclnnes; J, A. R, Hinner,
■q., M. P.; Win. Fisher, Esq., J. P.
^id Mrs. Fisher; Mrs, Matting Gray,
! San Francisco,
Fbom Nanaimo.—The atttnnfpv Ada,
apt Rogers, arrived froni Nanaimo
i Monday night, with a cargo of feoul
r the penitentiary, and seven piu'-tcu-
New DifioiHiis.—News comet from
Cariboo to the effect that excellent
diggings have been struck in Cariboo
wost from Keithloy and Swift river—
there being a large extent of ground
that will pay from §5 to $10 to the
hand.
At the Penitentiary.—On Friday
evening tho Govornor-Goticial paid a
visit to the penitentiary, wher-j Peter
Adair had afforded him an opportunity
of presenting his own hard, hard case
to His Excellency, the result of whieh,
it is hopstl, will bo early liberation.
 .».	
From San Fiuncisco.— The steamship Victoria, Capt. rteichmun, arrived
from San Francisco on Sunday morning, bringing 170 tons of freight. Consignees' lisf will bo found under the
proper head. The Victoria left for
San Francisco via Nanaimo yesterday
morning.
 .*,	
A Nautical Gubbtino. -When II.
M. S. Comus passed outside the Heads
on last Saturday, Captain Low of the
Point Lobos Station signalled from liis
Bluff, "Wish you a pleasant passage."
Tho war ship replied in the same manner: "Thank you; sorry to loavo."—
8. F. MleUn.
Important!—It is hoped there will
be a large attendance of merchants and
others interested in the commercial
prosperity of this city at tlio meeting
at the Hyack Ball this ovening, at
matters of vital importance are to ho
considered. The immediate object of
ihe meeting is to organize a Board of
Trade.
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Disappointed.—On Saturday Senators Nelson and Mclnnes, J. A. R.
Homer, Est]., M. P., Mayor Shakespeare, Mayor McTuncs and a number
of others waited for several hours at
the railway wharf e*.pecting tho royal
party In como thore. They had left
befurii the Marquis of Lome arrived
at the terminus,
T6-MOIJROW Evening!—Wo would
again remind our local readers of thu
entertainment for tho. benefit of iho
Sisters of St. Ann, to N;. given at tho
convent to-morrow ovening, A very
interesting programme has been prepared with great care, and there need
bu no hesitation in saying (hat a rich
treat is in store for thosa who may go.
Lo on Mis Ear!— Owing io asatp-d
oversight **i not having presentud tho
Indian Chiefs to His Excellency and
lior Royal Highness on Friday, the
Indians wore very much ottended.
But, thanks to the good management
of lhe Agent (Mr. MoTiernaii) and
(""apt. Peele, Mr. J. C. Hughes and
Mr. J. C. Armstrong, that was more
than atoned for by ihe very successful
affair ut the Bishop's un Saturday
mortiiiig.
PruT'iLY Donb.—Tho address of
welcome to Princess Louise and the
Marquis- of Lorno presented by tho
Iji-iiiah residents at San Francisco is
beautifully engrossed on heavy vellum
and of appropriate design. There is a
moUpgram of two "L's" and the arms
nt England, Ireland and Scotland are
interwoven with roses nnd Seoich
thistles. Tho address i;; inclosed in a
handsome morocco case, inscribed:
"Welcome address toiler Royal Highness Princess Louise, and His Excellency tho Marquis of Lome, San Francisco, California, September, 1832."
AmSbidavis Taking a Dsa-l, — A
leading real, estate agont reports that
Americans nre buying freely of Winnipeg property and there is a prospect of
Canadians from the older provinces
being crowded ont. Jn reference lo
tho condition of tho market, he is reported by tho Winnipeg Sun ns saying:
—"If (he cessation of gambling, the
buying of properties worth $15,000 or
820,000 dn a margin of !?500 or gJ ,000,
be considered as the bursting of tlie
boom, then it in hurst in earnest, fori
can assure you that tliat time itl past.
If,'on tho othor hand, the making of
Hgitimuiu sales at prices in advance of
tho figures of a month or two ago be
considered evidence of confidence in
tlie future of this city and province,
then I can tell you that owners of
property have no reason to tear."
Vale I'lecliiH'.
(3->G*i-i1 lo lliu BritlHli Columbian,)
Kamloops, Sept, 20. —Convention
met hero to-day. Each section of ihis
District was represented. "Martin received the nomination. Annytage de-
clurud Ids intention to run. The Convention unanimously agreed to accept
Lundbom or Dally of Nicola as a compromise, but both gentloinen declined
for business reasons.
The Decorations,
Now Westminster, very wisely wo
think, did not uttoiupt any elaborate
decorations upon the occasion of the
lute royal visit; nevertheless, there
woro several very creditable arches,
amongst the most meritorious of which
might bo mentioned thu ono opposite
Mr. Webster's residence, erected by
the Indians, one opposite tlio penitentiary gate and ono over tho gat'o loading to the residence of tho Bishop of
Now Westminster, orocted by the peoplo of Sapporten. The one at the
Bishop's gate was especially protty.
Arrival at Emory and Yale.
The steamer R, P. Rilhet, with the
Marquis of Lorno aud suito on board,
reached Emory City shortly aftor 10
on Monday morning. Tho Vice-Regal
party landed nnd proceeded to Yalo on
a special railway car. On arriving at
Yalo His Excellency mot with a hearty
rocoption, the Rev. Mv. HorlocI' ruad-
iilg and presenting an address on ot*
half of the inhabitants, to which liis
Excellency made a brief but appropriate reply. Tho reception and presentations ovor, the Governor was driven
to Mr. Ondordonk's for lunch, and
afterwards strolled out to take a look
at tho magnificent- scenery.   Towards
evening, His Excellency started up the
railway on a special car, and yesterday
morning took to his carriage and inadu
a start for tho interior. Tho decorations in the town wure highly creditable, one arch particularly, being very
much admired bythe illustrious visitors.
 „ . „>	
lite Terminus-
There is a vory small force on the
works at Port Moody, but it is understood that, as tho season closes, greater
fence will bo put on front tho line
above. The wharf is fifteen hundred
feet lout', Thero aro 1,723 piles'driven,
aggregating 112,730 feet lineal measure.
Tho caps aud stringers are of great
strength. The planking is in course
of boing laid. The freight shed in 4(1
x 210 feet, with a splendid roof of
asphultum. Thu building for the station-muster's residence, ti'-jkot-ofllco,
waiting-rooms, ollices, Ac. J s a-single
building only-21r.o2! lt ia woll built,
however, and is being well plastered
by Mr, Julian. At the ond of tho
road, something liko a mile lower down
the Inlet, (one would think it two
miles hy ilie execrable trail) stands
Ml'. Bonsoil's hostelry, a spacious and
well-built house, where the ploasure-
seeker or traveller is suro of comfortable quartors and civil treatment.
Indian Marriage.
An interesting ceremony took place
on Merchant Stpiare in this ciiy on
Saturday ovening. A Squaniish maiden
and Musquim youth, aged 17 and 20
respectively, were betrothed. It was
thoir purpose to postpone marriage for
soniu months, until sufficiently instructed by tho missionary to havo
the ceremony performed in civilized,
Christian fashion; On_Suiurday, however, thoy determined to avail themselves of so auspicious an occasion as the
presence of theji***great.vhiie mother's"
daughter, and so tho interesting aflair
was arranged for Saturday evening.
The friends of the (wo contracting parties woro ran-jed in two long rows,
facing each oilier, tho Chief:*, tlie bride
andgroomapdmoreimtiiediatiirelativos
occupying a cross seat at the head of
the two rows. Tlio father of the bride
mado nu address, in thu course of
whicli he said that ho was giving a.vuy
his daughter tu the young man, and
that she would be all the same us dead
to him. A large dish was placed on
the ground in front of the old man,
into which the friends of tlie bride-
grob.m cast monoy to compensate him
for the loss of Ids daughter. This
occupied somo time, and whon count
was made, the dish was found to contain §400, Tho ceremony over, the
bridal party and their near friends
held a feast. It is understood that,
by-and-by, when better instruc'ied',
they will be re-married by tho pries;.
Tie Rpyftl Visit.
Following is the verbal reply mado
by His Excellency tho Gpyornor-Gone-
ral to the addresses  presented  by the
Mayor at tho pavilion on Friday;
Mr, Mayor, Ladies and Gentlemen:
I thank you most heartily, both on
my own behalf and ou that of the'
Princess, for tlio addresses you have
presented to her and to me. I can
assure you it has been a great delight
to her to have been aide to accompany
mo to-day, and to be thus greeted by
the inhabitants of tilts beautiful godchild of our Sovereign, tho city of
Now Westminstor. She has greatly
admired this magnificent river, the
avenue to thu fertile valleys and productive upland pastures of tho interior
of Una Province. I noto with satin-
faction* tho reference you havo made
to tho work now being undertaken un
tlio Railway, which is being carried
out so near yon, mid that in welcoming me as administering the Federal
Government you look on mo aa one
who represents not only promises but
performances. On our next visit wo
shall hope to see your waters and those
of the .-neigh boYing Burrard Inlet covered with a greater number of ships
than you havo now canoes--with flotillas more numerous than that of our
Indian friends who to-day hnvo beeu
so good as to meet us.
Tho imperfections and failures nf
Friday's demonstration wore to a great
extent compensated for by tho truly
BBTIAIAMT  NltillT-SCt'NI.
on tho rivor. The air was still. The
water was smooth as glass, and on its
surface glided gracefully a hundred
canoes containing upwards of a thousand Indians, each bearing a lighted
torch. Thero wero half a dozen small
steamers, all ablatio with torches—suggestive of phantom ships on lire, On
one of'these was the Excelsior Rrass
Band; on another the Hag-pipes, each
sending forth its soul-stirring strains
on tho stillness of night. This flotilla
of fire-ships and illuminated canoes
circled and chafed about, keeping timo
to the music, as if going through the
figures of tho mazy danco, Tho scene
was picturosquo and enchanting, and
was witnessed by the Royal party from
the duck uf tho steamer Alexander, so
generously placed at thoir disposal by
Mr, Dunsmuir of Nanaimo. At last,
amid the familiar strains of the national anthem, the Alexander steamed
away to DoBoclc's wharf, whero the
distinguished party debarked and were
received with hearty cheers by the
peoplo assembled as tlmy proceeded on
foot to the residence of His Lordship
tho Bishop of New Westminster.
On Saturday morning tho
INDIAN PHlC!''IMITATION
took place. Sortie two thousand Indians, many of thom bearing mission
(lags, wore marshalled in the spacious
grounds in front of tho Bishop's residence. Tho Chiefs, seventy-two in
nuinbor, were arranged in the inner
enclosure, So as to form a semi-circle
immediately In front of His Excellency and Her Royf'l Highness, who
occupied a position on the steps. Fivo
of the principal Chiefs made short
speeches, Mr. J. C. Hughes acting as
interpreter. Tho limited space at our
disposal forbids any attempt at giving
oven a synopsis of theso speeches, some
of which were quaint enough.   The
gist of thenrwas to the effect that they
were glad to see the Governor-General
and moro especially tho Queen's
daughter. Formerly thoy knew only
by tho hearing of tho ear that tiie
Queen governed this country; but now
they :mw tho Governor and the Queen's
daughter, and in looking at them it was
all tlie same as looking at the Queen.
Before they came they were hungry;
hut now that they had seen the Governor and the Princess their hearts
were full and happy. Tho Queen's
laws wero tho samB to them aud to the
white men. The missionaries taught
them God's laws, and they desired 'to
obey God's and the Queen's inws.
Thoy wanted schools, so that their
children might be taught like the
whito people's children.
His Excellency tho Governor-Gen oral then proceeded to address tho
Chiefs, and through them their people,
substantially aa follows:
"thi: queen's n.vtroHTF.u
and myself aro very glad to sue you.
The Queen's daughter has come a
longer way to seo you than yon have
catuu In see hoi-. I am glad to hear
from you that you appreciate the
Queen's Government and that thero is
equal justice between white and rod
man in:this country. I shall tell the
Queen ihe good accounts I havo heard
of you, and that you aro progressing
well here. Last, year, on the plains
and elsewhere, I had opportunities of
meeting very many thousands nf the
red men and I have nowhere hoard
butter accounts than here. It gives
mo groat pleasure to Iind horo how you
aro bocomo liko the whito men and
work for yourselves, and that, under
the advantages of tho Queen's Government, you have become independent,
I shall enquire with reference to the
possibilities of supplying you with
schools, and I shall expect you to help
youn-ulvcs in providing them. I have
beeu a littlo disappointed in ouo respect—that is in hearing that you are
not so provident as I should have expected. I only mention this for your
own good. When you got money, instead of spending it all at once on
'•potlatches'' and other foolishness'
you should put it into the savings
bank-, as thu white man dues, and then
you could have the use of it for a long
time. I know thai, the Agents of tlie
Government will look after you here,
and anything you report to the Agents
will bo (lent on to thu Government,
and tho Government will consider it
for yonr good.
Now we shall say good-bye to you,
wish you all well,, aud slmko hands
with you all as you pass."
PRESENTING THl'-  CHIEFS.
Mr, MoTiornan, tho .local Indian
Agent, assisted by Capt. Peele, Mr.
J. C. Hughes, and Mr. J. C. Armstrong, thou proceeded to. present r.ll
thu seventy-two Chiefs, ono by one,
Mis Excellency and Her Royal Highness shaking hands with each as they
came up.
One, of the Chiefs, named Sqiialia,
brought up Seo-Wul-Mot, hiu wife,
who presented to Her Royal Highness
a pair of silver bracelets und a massive
riugot the same material—all of native
and very beautiful workmanship; also
a couple' of very well-made, baskets.
Hot; Royal Highness received these
present;) very graciously, foiling the
donor, through the interpreter, that it
was very kind of her to have brought
her thesd things, that she would prise
them very highly and shoiy them tu
the Queen.
La tor .on Zinjlanocb, tho old Chief,
presented the Princps*) with a pair of
blankets of Indian, manufacture, made
from tho wool of the mountain sheep,
and for which ho asked Her Xlbyitl
Highness to give hiin a receipt Tho
E'rincess, with ber usual good-nature,
retired for a moment and wrote the
desired receipt, returning/and handing
it to tho Chief, woo carefully folded
and poctetud the prized SoMtenivt
Rousing cheers by Hid Indians concluded tliis part of, the programme.
The Indians, cvid-.'Uily well pleasedj
returned to the city, where Mr.
Hughes addressed thein in A. few.up/
propnato words, thanking them on behalf of thu whites for having contributed 30 largely to the success of the
■'oi-.-i.-iion.
Meanwhile tbo royal pur»y took lo
thoir carriages and wero
OFF Foil L'pUIBOODY,
tho Seymour battery belching forth a
royal salute. Her Royal lli-'huess,
having lirst doited her Indian jewelry,
took a seat in the Bishop's carriage,
and was .'riven to the Inlet by ilfo
Lordship, Mrs, Sillitoe going with Bis
Excellency the Governor-General. Arriving at tho end of the road (ut Bon-
son's), the parly alighted from their
carriages. There wore ducoraiioiifl aud
indications of au intended reception,
but there seemed to he no one present
tn direct'affairs. His Excellency and
Her "Royal Highness, however, soon
overcame any little awkwardness by
entering into conversation with those
near I hem with lhat charming a!!'abili.y
for which they aro noted. After a
brief pause the party took small bnals
and went off to the Comus,. lying at
anchor about u in ilo away. Having
partaken of luncheon aud rested a little, Her 'Royal Highness crossed over
to tho north shore of tho Inlet and
wont into tho forest in search of a
giant freo. Subsequently she made a
sketch of Port, Moody. His Excellency had mennwh)lo crossed ovor to
the railway wharf aud terminal works,
over which he was shown hy Mr. Marcus Smith, who had, by request, accompanied the party from New Westminster. His Excellency also made
some sketches.
.Returning to tho Comus, His Excellency and suite took leave of Her
Royal Highness and returned' to the
residence of the Bishop, whero the
Marquis remained over night, tlio
steamdi1 R. P. Bithet having been detained till Sunday morning, when the
party s'artod for the interior.
Prof, Proctor says: "I do not, insist
on tho suns being inhabited when cool
ondUjEfh. Without u special warmer
and light-giver ho might not be a vory
comfortable world. Perhaps there
might bo inherent .warmth enough for
all practical nurposes, and a proper
amount of light might shine from his
ntorior, through suitable apertures,
on largo masses of floating cloud.1'
SW Now unpacking at Jus. Ellard &
Co.'s, the latest fashions for'tss*" in
Lttdios' and Children's Straw Hah*, Millinery, Laces, kd.   Call and examine.
■JH} Council.
Council mot on Monday evening.
Present—Tho Mayer, and Councillors
Tqwpseud, Curtis, "Slathers, {Shiles.
Johustoli, and Cunningham.
A com nut ni cat ion wus read from
J;. ' oi) Cunningham, asking permission
to lay down material for the construction of a brick building on Columbia
street.—Permission grunted,
A communication was read from All
Lee, applying for lease of water frontage.'No. 7.—Laid on table.
Resignation of Councillor Edmonds
was laid over till nent meeting.
The Sunday Bylaw wus reconsidered
and finally puKscd,
Councillor Mathers handed in lm
resignation as Councillor for St. Andrew's ward. — Laid -over till next
meeting.
On motion, the Clerk was instructed
to communicate with Mr. Bole to as-
eortain whether he is retained by Mr.
E. Brown and others to prosecute tha
Council in whoso employ he is.
wqunoil adjourned till Monday nc::t.
A French physician, M. Laveran,
believes he lias discovered the cause uf
malarial diseases in a very minute organism. These microbes resemble
heck-hioes of black beads in appearance, and are located in the red blood-
corpuscles of malarial patients.
Ail Extraordinary Offer.
There .uc a number of persons nut
pf employment in every country—yet
energetic men willing to work do not
need to be. Those willing to work
can make from §100 to .*Bl>00 a month
clear, working for us in a pleasant and
permanent business. The amount our
agents mako varies; some make as high
as !?o00 a month while others as low as
$100, all depending on the energy of
the agent. Wo havo an article of great
merit. It should ba sold to every
House-owner, and pays over 100 per
cent, profit. Each sale is from $3.60
tu S10.00. O'tVe agent in Pennsylvania
sold 32 in t wo days, and cleared 804.00.
Ah agent in New York mado §-i5.*>0
iu one day. Any man with energy
enough to work a full day, and will do
this during tho year can make from
$2,000 to $6,000 a year. Wo only
want ono man in each county, and to
him will give thu exclusive salo as long
as: he continues to work faithfully for
ua. Thero is no competition, and nothing liko our invention made. Parties having from .*?200 to $1,000 to invest, can obtain a General Agency for
ten counties or a state. Any ono can
make an investment of from $25 to
81,000 without the least risk of loss,
•as our Circulars will show that those
investing $2b can after a 00 days' trial
return thu goods unsold to us and get
their money hack, if thoy do not clear
at least 5100. They show that a General.Agent who will take ten counties
and invest §216.00 can after a trial of
90 days return all goods unsold to us,
and havo money returned to them if
they fail to clear at least S750 in that
time. There are many persons having
money to invest-,, who could not give
the business personal attention—such
can employ sub-aj-cnts without leaving
home— making a large amount yearly
out of ft very small investment. We
ate not paying salaries, but want mon
willing to work and obtain as their pay
the profits of their energy. Men not
willing to work on our terms will not
work on any. Those, meaning business
will receive our largo descriptive circular and extraordinary offer by enclosing a three-cent stamp, with their ad-
dross. The first to comply with our
terms will secure the county or counties they may wish to work.
Address
R..XNKU MANrFAOTUr.IXfi Co.
USSmith'ioklst., Pittsburgh, Pa.
BrUlsl! Co.um.Ws Directory.
All residents of New Westminster city
who do not receive a postal card will
confer a favor by sending their name,
sta-ut, and occupation to the undersign*
ed before the 1st of September, for insertion in tho new B. Columbia .Directory.
R. T. Williams,
au23 Broad & Gov't Sts., Victoria.
A Remakkaui.k Care.—W. A. Edgcrs,
of Frankvil'.e, suffered from a disease of
the Ltvcr and Kidneys, that brought him
bo low that hia life was di'-ipairi'd of; ho
lay for ten and thirteen days without an
operation of the bowels; after taking one
bottle of Burdock Wood Bitters he was
enabled to leave his bod and drive out,
three bottles more completed a cure, ami
hu snys that he is now a better mini than
hu has been for twenty yoars.
It has been remarked that the quotation;   "It is better to give than to re-
live" applies to medicine, kicks and ud-
Jco. bat this rule don't apply to Dr.
Fowler's Extract of Wild .Strawberry.
Those who receive that gut a reliable and
Infallahlo remedy for Cholera Morbus,
Colic, Dysentery, Canker of the Stomach
ami Bowels, and all Summer Complaints
uf Infants or Adults.
Travellers will find the best remedy
for Sea Sickness in Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Strawberry. While for Sick
Stomach and diseases brought ou hy
change of water, diet, etc", and for Cholera Morbus, Colic, 'Dysentery, ami Canker of the Stomach and Bowels,nothing
acts more in harmony with r'nturo to
effect a cure.
•W.T, R. Pearspd -St Co. wish todratf
attentloti to the fact tliat they are prepared to tako subscriptions (Tn- all Canadian, American and British hefrspapers
and periodicals fit publisher.*-' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money,—Adv,
JittSS "Woods will resume her morning
an i afternoon classes at tho Rectory,
"Blackwood street, on or about Soptembor
13th. Terms, $2**00 per month; music,
S:":.r.0. For further particulars apply ut
the Rectory, Blackwood street.      fm*
Blur VrnunL—Gciniitu' Knglish—For
dressing wtieat to prevent the smut.
Send to LAS'afcBY k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Tiriliields Blaok Oils. Both these
should bo in every stable. mh20
TuriT Ivkoki v i:n —50.000 Shipping Tugs,
100 gross Chalk Crayons, and a large
coiisigumout of, Stationery and Fancy
Goods.—T. R, Bkaiwon k Co.—Adv,
Ouhr
Inolu
T, R. Pearson it Co. have just ro-
d direct from tlie manufactories in
rio a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
ding Ijcttcr-preoscie, kc
'zc*.*i3Ssii:*u.>-~:»- t.^r, vxl . ,*:.-;*:.*-7r*M ******3;
('auUcii.
Wo beg to cull the attention of the
trade and the public to the well-known
quality and elegance of finish of our
Gobi Cases) guaranteed by tis to ho of
eighteen karat Gold, D. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, as may be
stamped, and also fo our mode of selling
the Bame, charging only for tbe Actual
Wkiiiiit of the gold uwd. and not for
tlie base metal comprisea iiioprhigs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. To illustrate
which a tag accompanies each one ol our
Gold Cases, which plainly indicates hot
only the gross weight or the ease, but
also the Net weight of tho gold.     *    .
In explanation of the above we desire
to say that tbo old plan of charging for
the gross weight of the case, us if it were
all gold, worked well enough as lotig
the manufacturers were content with the
amount of brass and steel actually ro
quired in its construction; but when the
business was degraded into a contest as
to who should get the most boau metal
into tho least-quanttty of gold and call it
a Gold ease, then the time canle when,
in the interest nf dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary lo adopt it,
plan of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Gold COOK case contained.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watches will observe that every
genuine watch, whether gold or silver,
bears our trade mark on both case and
movement. Oold coses are stamped "A.
W. Co.;" and guarantee certificates accompany them, Silver eases arc stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are accompanied hy
guarantee certificates, signed R. E. Rob'
bins, treasurer. The name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of either distinguishing
marks. This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the fact tliat our cases
are frequently separated from our movements, and put upon worthless movements rff other makers nnd vies versa,
thus affecting injuriously tho performance of the watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, whieh is intended to covet-
only our complete watches wholly made
hy us. It is necessary also, because it is
so notorious as to bo a public scandal
that there is great fraud in the metal
quality of both gold and silver cases as
now generally sold. We have demonstrated hy frequent assays that many
gold and silver cases offered in the market arc debased from 10 to 20 per cent,
from tho quality .they .assume to he.
This is a fraud upon the pnrchasor, and
accounts for tlio low price at which such
cased watches have been sold.— AMiittl-
OAK Watch Comi-axv, Waltham, Mass.
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Sure and Lock Works, ,T, & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
Those celebrated safes are made from
heavier iron, weighing *J0 per cent, more,
and have all tho modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar* Safes]
including the Sargent Greenleaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they arc duty free, and consequently can
he sold cheaper than cither Knglish or
American Safes,
Firo and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to threo
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to tho agents for
British Columbia,
no2    M. W. "Waitt k Co., Victoria,
The fruitful, season of tbo year is prolific with many forms of Bowel Complaint-, sueh ns Diarrhcea, Dysentery,
Colic, Cholera "Morbus, Cholera Infantum, &.e., aa a safeguard und positive cure
for those distressing and often sudden
and dangerous attacks nothing can surpass that old and reliable medicine, Dr.
Fowler's Kxtraet of Wild Strawberry,
POCKiBT Cl'TLKItY.—T.   R.   PeMSOll   &
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from Kngluiid.
&5T Shipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
T, R. Pearson k Co.'s—Auv.
Fee rent m sale.
JL   PAEM
ON LULU ISLANM), SOUTH ARM,
nearly opposite LndoerV Lauding.
More than 100 acres dyked and fenced,
and about 'JO acres under crop.
GOOD BUILDINGS THEREON,
Tins year's crop proof of security from
water.
To lease for a term of years, with privilege to purchase.
For particulars apply ou the premises
to
solflml THOMAS KIDD.
1TOTIOB.
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEET-
ing of the Burrard Inlet Ftsliing
Co. (Limited) will be held at the offices
of tho Company on the 4th day of October next, at 1 p. m., for tliu election of
Trustees and passage of Bylaws', and at
the same time n proposition will belaid
before the meeting to take into consider-
action the advisability of increasing the
capital of tho said Company to f>"i0.000,
in accordance with tlie 41st Section of
the Companies Apt, 1S78.
H! W. TKARSE,
C. A. VERNON,
Bv his Attorney in fact,
'   B. W. PBAlWK,
Trustees.
JAMES L. RAYMUlt,
Sucre tary.
Burrard Inlet, B.C., Aug. 81,1SS2.   sou*
ASK FOR
Union Mia Bute Do.'j
PUBfl r.vn.\ iiusr
ijiiiiiii hi.
RUBBER BOOTS
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!
Ho sure tlio Ikiota aro Htumped CHA OK
I'lliiVFim the heels, anil have thi. PURE
DIl.M Sl'RllfGS on the foot nml instop,
which prevent their eineldng ol' lircnli-
iiig. Wc nre now milking them with
BUBBER AXD ASBESTOS Sole,
whieh will make them last mere than
twiee as long as any Rubher Roots made.
FOR SALE BY AIX DEALERS.
ALL  KINHS   KUBBK1J   BELTING,
PAOKINQ     HOSE,     SPRINGS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, EW.
aOODYEArt     RUBBER   CO.
K. H. PEASE, Jf. \ , ,„,,,.
S. M,  HI-NYON, I ■"■■•""-•   ■
a'n2llra3 San Francisco.
wIMprM
ptfOSiTO INFORM THE RKSD).
\y Luts>if New Westminster and, vicinity thatuVb constantly- receiving from
Kurope ahij. n'Vds of choice
Wiriest
Spirits,
Liqueurs',
English Ales,
Londonano-
Dublin Stout,
Which he will fitipply
IBOID or BUTT PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
IV. A. GUI.;.**-,  London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret;
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries*
E.  B
COLVUSIA   SXBSBI,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
BDSSiKiON OOVERNMENT
SAVINGS
SEW WESTJIIXSTKR BRANCH.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to prtsunt then' Puss Books for in-
si'i-tion of interest up to tlio 30th June,
1SS2.
G. PITTENDRIGII,
Agent.
N. TV., July 11, 1882. jyl5
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, PAPF.K RULER,
) and Blanli Rook Manufacturer.
Maps and lh*awuig Paper Mounted.
Filea of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
Govornment Street, Viotoria. B.C.
T. R. PEARSON & CO,
—lMPO>!TK.ii* AND DEALERS IN—
Books & Stationery,
FANGY GOODS,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B, C.
The largest, and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
eoinprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, "notion, And Gefneral Literature,
A full stock of tlie Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All tlie tiutlicirincil books for Rulilio nml
High Schools. Also, School Re.illieites
in groat variety—S!«to«, Renoils.-Cmyons,
Copy-Books, Drawing inatoriivls, oto.
Bliink   Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the niiimifactnrers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualithSa.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy i'oodi* al-
ways on hnnd, to which additions art* fife
ing cuiihtjuitly mnde. (From Flint Pago.J
tell their tale, whether any be thero to
listen to it or no. He heard the voices
of the night—those weird voices which
it would be well for many of us to hear
oftener— and they told an old story to
him.
' 'Han** voices spake—
The rivor to tbo lake;
Tho Iron-ribb#d sky wns talking to (lie si-tii
And ever** starrv m-h-cIc
Mode unit-it- with tliu dark.
"Wtioii tlio day Iind Oiuleil,
And tlie night dt-m-emliul,
I beard tbe sound of fUre-in-lot* tliat 1heard nd
in tho dny.
And every peak ufur
Wan ready Turn star,
And they climbed uud   rolled about until   thu
morning gray."
"And I am ready for my star,"
thought Randulf, "if she would but
arise for me."
. He did not know how long ho had
-been there; he waa not sleepy, and hu
was not weary.' He did hot km** that
it was nearly half-post one iu the
morning, when at last, a very long way
off. in the stillness ho heard hoof-
strokes, *Kof another sound interfered to hinderthera from being carried
to him.
HaViHg tthtfe caught tho sound of
them, he listened, lazily at first, r.musing himself by specu latin-,- us to w!ml liar the rider were in good or bad humor
—glad or sorry—excited or depressed.
•He guessed it to bo Aglionby return-
.Ing. NO doubt the turnings and winding ef the road, its tins and downs, liad
*Mmetning to de with tho fact that occasionally the sounds ceased entirely,
or again died away into faintuess, or
seemed to be travelling in exactly the
opposite direction, lie that as it may,
they came irregularly* and as he listened, his mood, which had at first
been simply one of idle speculation,
grew into one of excitement. He threw
his cigar down, stood up, uud listened
with a gradually increasing anxiety,
which presently grew quito breathless.
What news did this rider bring—
What cheer? Sorrow or joy—laughter
er tears ? It was tho strangest
sensation he had ever had. Nearer
'came the hoof-strokes, and nearer;
slowly, as the horse breasted the rise;
auickly, as it descended the hill. Kau-
ulf at this point made bin way quickly
round the houso into tho courtyard,
■5V light wus burning in thu siables, but
the men had gone to bed as he had desired them to do.
Nearer and nearer those hoof strokes
•—loud, hollow, and slowly, through
the dark, shaded lane nt the back of
the house—then Aglionby rudo into
the yard, drew rein, and Hung himself
off his horse.
Randulf looked at him, and saw that
he was very pale and very grave, but
that in his eyes and about his mouth
thero was a look of wonderful softness,
* eontententment, evon sweetness.
"You lmvo sat up for me, old fellow," he said; "you expected somo
news."
"That tells me that you bring some.
Is it good or bad V
"For me it is good. I know that.
much. For you—that is as you and
your father decide. Just let me give
Egyptian a shake-down, and I will tell
"yuu all about it.*!
A few moments sufficed to attend to
the horse, and then they went into the
-house again*,
"You have been long in coming. I
had no idea it was all tliat time,''* said
Randulf, casting his eyos toward the
deck, as they entered tho house-place.
"I have. I could not como away
before. Randulf, I told you that somo
'day those girls should Hnd out that I
was their Kinsman, and should treat
me as sueh."
"And they have dono sol"
"They have done so. It is a strange
■tnry. But I know all now, and what
the blight was that hung over them—
or, rather, what they choose to make
into a blight.   It is all gone now"	
be paused... ."Their mother is dead."
"Their mother!"
Young Danesdale was thunderstruck.
No suspicion that Mrs. Conisbrough
■had anything to do with tho proceedings or the fate of her daughters had
ever entered his mind.
Aglionby sat down.
"I must own tbat onco or twice lately I have had an inkling that she was
at the bottom of it," he said. Then ho
told Randulf everything that had passed between him and Mrs. Conisbrough
and dwelt strongly upon the view
which she herself hod taken of her act
"Nothing seemed to mako her understand," he went on, "the significance
Vf what she had done. Sho is a regular Aglionby, with a weaker stock
dted on her, but she has all our
[nets and bitter strength of resentment. I thank heaven for my mother;
she gave me a spirit of anothor sort to
counterbalance that ono. Well, «he
seemed unable te comprehend that sho
had almost ruined her daughters' lives
—and there our family spirit crops out
again, Randulf—in their conduct, I
mean. Who else would havo looked
upon such a thing ns an insuperable
bar to allowing themselves to bo happy, or to be loved, or to be married !
Ridiculous! But I love them the better
for it We are kindred spirits in that
as we as in other things. Mrs. Conisbrough seemed mad with rcsontineut
against my grandfather; she had cherished her wrongs till she could soe
nothing else, poor woman! But she
Could not utterly blind herself. It was
a secret conviction of her sin which
had made her send for me, in the first
instance. The truth would out, for
with all lier fierceness, sbo was not
strong—she dared not die with that
burden upon her soul. Shu waited
awhile, M if expecting me to say some
thing. As I didn't, she bad to speak.
She. asked me to forgive her; but it
-Was a demand, rather thnn a petition.
I said I must hear anothor verdict before t t'tfulol do that. I felt 1 must see
Judith. I was sorry for the woman,
but I felt obliged to mako ber understand that 1 did not exonerate her,
that I knew she had sinned. I said
something, I don't remombor what,
and rushed off to the inn, got my horso,
And Mt off for Swuledale. I met Judith
on Yoresett Moor; she had felt uneasy
about ber mother, and was returning
fe> see htm she was. I utoppud aiid
Aad III out witlV iW then and there, I
told her how simple she had boon, aud
hew I lored her for it;- that kind of
simplicity is a refreshing thing to
meet, 1 won my cauue; iu mind and
tody we two shall never wander far
mart again. We walked back to Yorc-
•ett mad found Mrs. Oonisbrough
looking, rnuoh- aa she had done when I
oasneaoBiHs
left her; but I supposo sho had been
brooding, and got more excited than
appeared on the outside. At any rate,
whon sho saw ua, her faco changed
very much, Sho got up from her chair,,
and cried out: "I have siniied; I have
sinned against you all.' She held out
her hands to us, and Judith caught
hold of her, crying, 'But it is all forgiven, mothor; ho forgives you freely.'
I managed to make her understand
that it was so, aud that if she wonld
hare told 'me all at the very beginning
I would have forgiven her then, and
'condoned it; for though I know I have
thia hateful hardness, which belong.1* to
my race, I believe I had it in me, even
then, to have forgiven her "
"Of courso you had. Well i"
"As I say, I managed to make her
understand this, and soon afterward
she complained of a terriblo pain in
her sido. It was getting dark, then,
We hud her on the sofa; even at that
moment I folt that tho right I had to
bu with them made up for everything
we had gone through, and had yet to
endure. Judith sent off for the doctor,
and her mother presently went off into
a kind of stupor. Sho scarcely roused
again after that, She recognized the
others when thoy camo. Malleson was
with them, you know — be brought
them back—and she asked to bo left
alone with him for u fow minutes. Of
course we don't know what sho said.
I suppose it must have been a sort of
confession. It was close upon twelve
when she diod. She called me to her
again, and loukod at me and said: 'So
you love Judith?' I answered,'Yes;'
and she said, 'Ah, you are kindred
spirits. I cannot understand either of
you; but your forgiveness—aro you
quite cure?' I know what sho meant,
and said, 'Yes, quite.' It was directly
after that that sho died."
Thoy were both silent for a little
time, till Aglionby said:
"As I rudo hunic, it suddenly flushed upon me—I had no time to reoliao
it before- -what a miracle it was that
I should at last'know all! Mra. Oonisbrough vacillated -for ever so long beforo ahe decided to send me that note,
bidding mo go to her. Suppose sho
had decided not to do it! My last
clianco would have gone, for those
girls would never lmvo confessed.
There is a kind of touch-and-go in the
whole busiiicBs whicli is horrible to
ine. I feel as if I had escaped being
drowned, or tumbling ovor a precipice,
by n hair's breadth."
"Ay," responded Randulf, absently.
"With me, that sin of Mi*3. Conisbrough's weighs nothing—now," Aglionby went on. "lint it was, a out,
all the same. I once had a conversation with Judith, in whicli I maintained that there is no sueh thing as forgiveness of sins—aud I was right in a
way. I moaut that the penally has to
be borne for them by •"■omo ono, I
suppose I expressed myself with my
usual ungracious hardness. She took
it to moan that I should consider myself justified'in punishing any one who
had sinned against mo, and that helped to make her soe ihis affair in a morbid light. Whon sho is my wife, I
will try to show her that there, is another side to my nature, As for you
and your father, being both of you
what you are, I think I know which
way it will go,"
"So do I," said Randulf. "I think
that beforo long my father will ride
over lo Yoresett House again. Perhaps I shall go with him this timo,
and I believe we shall havo a better
measure of success. Poor littlo girl!
Well might sho droop, while trying to
strain her gentle nature to hard
thoughts and harder deeds. As for
yon, ho added, looking with a smile
at Aglionby, "all I can say is, you've
had a hard day of it; therefore I'll
leave you, and say, felicissima nolle /''
&C0,
—Importers and Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
OTCT GQ0B8,
Pianos, Organs & lusic,
South Side or Couimjiia St.,
New   WestmMter,  B. C,
J. p. HOMER,
&8neral Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWI1IGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(J.KA11 BBILL 811 Ell).
flESlDENOE—MERIVALE STREET.
Tlio largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of Uritish Columbia,
comprising Hwtory, Poetry, Biography,
So'enco, [notion, and General l-iteraUire,
A full Btook of the Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers,
School Books.
All the. authorized bookB for Public nnd
High Schools. Also, School Kei-uisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the lnannfaoturers, embracing all
nfo.es, shapes and qualities.
BUI E. CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c,
NEW WESTMINSTER
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C„
HAS RKSUMKD PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia street, Opposite Hyack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
Whon Oscar Wilde went up to see
Boeeher at Pepkskill, it is said lhat bo
encountered n set-back which was
rather rude, but it bad its amusing
side. After a hearty meal he and Mr.
Beiiclier took a stroll in the wood:, and
suddenly they camo upon a bevy of
Brooklyn girls who were about to seat
themselves at a luncheon spread upon
a table-cloth un the ground. They
wore plump and pleasing beauties,
dressed in white and pink and daisies,
with embroidered huso peeping out
from low French slippers, und Oscar
rivetted his gaze upon them, crossed
his legs, leaned upon a cano, and,
smiled — a Rhode Island clambake
smile. The girls twittered aud tiUored,
and looked around as though half horrified, but by a sudden inspiration lliey
h!1 dropp'edlupon ihe grass in half-re*
elining nl titudes, and when ouo rattled a knife nn a plate as a signal all
of them began to chant:
"twenty lovo-stok mai'lom wo*
Loru'--..ck ii'l nr.iiiisl our will*
Two.ity ywnts 'inure **.*« filial! Im
Twenty'ovo-sttli raiUdeiiB still;
Oscar made - bolt for the witdwood
and was soon out of sight behind some
underbrush, while Parson Beecher
stood still and roared wiih laughter,
looking like the monk in tho picture.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods hnvo been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in tho
Province. Foolscap EVwers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Mflinoraodmn, '.Tisane, Blotting, Wrapping, and othor Papers. Koine beautiful
designs in "fancy Note Papers from Loudon and Paris. An hiunonso stock of En*
velopea of all stylos, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very largo variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions are be
ing constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as arc usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spectacles, F.yt--.fiIm-st'S.
Playing Cur-Is, Vlntting Cards,
UtisiiteuH Ci-*•(!*-, Cnril-bonril,
Cavil CrtB«n,   Viii.-H, Gnmcs,
Inks nf nll kimi*,,
Ink'ttiiiuls—plnln and fmicy,
J'I. oto. Allium**, Plcfui't-s,
Autograph  Album*',  Toys,
Ni.t-.ii Hooks, Purs****,
Writing Dtteks, Oold Pens,
W.ii. h' Work Baskets,
Gentleni en's    ivm lug Cmuf*,
Splints, Velvet Frames, &.%-.., Ac.
JAMES   MOKRISOH,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(One. Celonlul Hotel)
N B \V   W E S T AI 1N S T. B R
waiSjjT?J7««-;;*i-t*i--ari!fTS-;
BROTHERS,
mm hkii
ISV5P0RTEFIS &
-DEALERS IN-
UK
- J&. XtT 3D -
Jt-iTSeveral good Farms for
Lease.
'ale and to
uolO
TURNER, BEETON & 00.
M E R C H A N T S,
WHAKF STKEET, ■ VMTOHIA.
Morlh Brlllsli and Mercantile
Insnraiice Co, for MiiiHlniKl,
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
3(1 Finsl.tuy Circus,
London, E. 0.
W, 0. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agont for tfteTRAVKUKKS' IK8UR-
AN0K CO., of Hnrtfttrd, Conn,
New WcMiihitfleL', II. C.
Every Man to liis own Business
Tub *EAi!r.Y-rjsiyri Spuing Ban.—
Our patent lied Bpring, nays tlie Kentucky Stale Journal, has been remodel*
lod. The ono for .two in a bed is so
arranged that lhe part tlie wifo has
on can be set by the husband unknown
to Iho former, aud it spring* lior unt
of bad nnd stands hor up on tbe floor
at any hour for which it is set. It
th«n remains turned up on ono odjjo
so she can't get back again, at least on
hor sido of the bod; and sho won't
como back on his side; for nlie's too
all-fired inad to come near him. So
the result is she is compelled to dreg's
and go down stairs and nee to breakfast, and tlio old man will **ct a roflfc.
A f.'LKHi'vjr\N*s Testimony, — W. K
GilTonl, Pastor M. li. Olmroh, Botliwoll.
was for two yoars a sufferer with Dycpep-
sla in its worst form, until aa ho stdtofi
"life became mi actual bunion," Threo
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters ourod
him, and ho tolls us in a recent letter
that ho considers it tlio bust familymodf-
cine now before the country for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
As a stteotly ofli'o for Dysentery, Ch'o-
Icra Morbus, Dianho-a, Colic, Cramps,
Sick Stomach, Canker of the Stomach
anil Bowels, and all forms of Slimmer
Complaints, thore is no remedy more ro-
liable than Dr. Fowlor's Extract of Wild
Strawberry. Dealers who sell it ntnl
those who buy it are on mutual groundsill eoiifidctieo of ita mei*itn,
Pianos & Organs.
1 [avihg made unusually favorablo arrangements with some of the lending I'iano
makers in Boston, New York, Haiti*
moro, and elsewhere, wo are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
t little more than has heretofore boon
skod for a very inferior instrument. We
havo tho exclusive agency in this Provinco
for .the fine Pianos toamifactured by Henry P. Miller, of Boston, A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, aro now in
this city, and thoy are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought into this country. We aro
nlso agents for the Knabi* Piano:*, the
Stehiway, tho Weber, the Decker, nnd
others', any one of which wc can supply on
tlie most favorable terms. We ure agents
in this pmviuee for tlm Dominion Orgnn
IJO'S- Organs (of Bovnumville, Out,}, and
W, Bell & Co's. Organs (of Guelph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs,
PcnGONQ INTENOINO TO PURCHASE
a Piano or Organ of nny kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to tlieir
advantage to coiwnuuicato with us.
Sheet Music.
Tho Inrgost assortment of Vocal nnd Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
on the Mainland, Solos, ducts, trios,
quartettes, ohomseB, both secular nnd
sacred. A iim- collection of tlie very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by uomoof
the best pinnists in the oust.    Sheet music
sold ut Now York prices,
Music  Books.
Always on band, a good assortment of
Instruction Bophs for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. Ilie new and enlarged oditipu
of Puehardiion'M Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will bo ordered promptly.
Insurance.
Wo arc agonts for tho NoiWH Biutisii
am» Mbrcanwi.m Pinr. iNsirttAWOB Co.;
Capital, $10,0(10,000 ; TjOSscb paid, $23,.
000,000. Also, tho Cosn,iii;itATJoN Lira
AiWODlATION, offering the lowest rates on
the best security of any company doing
busine*-:- in Canada.
T,R.
PEARSON & CO,,
./?\..    J? JZj Js.i .T-j 32,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STTtEET
(OI'l\ C0I.ONU!. II.tTlIU,
NEW   VVJ5STMINSTKU,   B. O.
I'hj'slfliiiis' Prescriptions and Fnm.
II)' Kcclpc*. a Specialty.
N. II. — Only Qtuuiino Ortiga ub6.1,
Over twt.iitv vottra' oxiiarlouco.    mr2.1
 I TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
UKXTS,  DKBTS, AC, COliliTiflTHn,
Loads Negotiated, nnd  a Go.noral
.Agmicy Businesa tranaaototl.
AOKNTS  FOU Till'.
I'lirnlit Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, .....I tl.o
Kqtiltalile life Assurance Society
or tho United Slates.
COllimniA   eVrUKKT,
NKW   WKWMINSTKU,   11. C.
P. 0. Hex 10.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FISM'3
23* 3SS ""W £3 3P J\. 3E» Sfl St
tDVERTISING
CIS- TE3 1=52^* <SXZ2 "S5r
Kooms 20 and 21, Merchant?.' fix-
change, GUltfornlA St., 8.1'., cat
XT U.-AI)VKHTIMIN<*SOM(*l
il .   Tor nil n
TK11
■n mil'tlr-tii'il nu tint I'ncltlo
Oniwi, thn Sniulwlcfi hlnmlrt, I'lIyn-.-i-lii, Mo*t|iaiii
1'iiiti, riuiniiiii, Viilimnil.ni, i1ii|iniit Cliiim, New
Kuiiluml, tlio .\ii.:i'.,lii,,) OtilonlM. Hit' Kiixtoni
Htntca nnd Europo. Fllus of ini-irly overy ik*wi*-
[hijut inllllillipit nn tim I'm.'iria Ooittl un' l(fo|i1
coiinliiiitlv on lmnir nntl nll (nlfortllci-i nru
ullotvod Irtid nccrw [Jthi.in'itiirinij l..i".iit'.i-i hours.
Tilt)  IlniTIHII  COMIMIHAIi'
officii nf ',. I'. FISHKIt.
la kept on llio nt tlie
' fi
Ciiliim'iiii'.). (botwaon O. Q, ATnJur's mid Jnincs
ClIllIllll-'lllllll'R),
NflW Westminstor, B. C,     | wli Colunifna1.   Only'Ja ii'Vcai'
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THU Ilrltlsli I'ollllillilaii, tliu
NowBiiniior on tlio Mainland of Ulit-
ISIONS,
':-'r""'"*
<mLMXlszs3tZ
NEW    SCHEDULE
-mr^L€3r'MS
WHITE   LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
WHARF STRKET,
iu".*
laving ctul.Hshe.1 llnsii
i.inbs and :
crm in tiiO hbovo
mm
m
J.IM
Eui'ojiean & Eiisterii Markets
live nrbpurad to fill ordora to the
Trail., in tlit) following Goods:
p»
FOBACGOS,
1A80P
OOQFiSH
Ovoi-Becra $li!"> 00  oav month.
"Rock "Foromoil... .??.1 00 to f?4 00 \H day
Earth Foreman... 2 25 to   3 00    '*
Bridge  '""oreinen.. J! 00 "
Bridgo Carpetitors,
1st olatis  2 fiO "
Bridgo Carpenters,
2nd class  2.00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
BlncUs-Hnitl)*-.    1st
class   3 00
Blacksmiths*   2nd
olass  2 50 "
Blackamith Holp-
ors  1 50 to   2 00    "
Drillers   I 75 to 2 00    "
Laborers   1 50 to 1 75     "
Hewers, 1st olass   3 50 '* *
ClioppfTs, lsfcclaj-s 2 50 *'
Scor«*a, lat okas    2 50 '*
All outside labor 10 hours por dny.
AH Carpenters to funiii'Ii their own
Chest Tools,
All Employees to find thtthiselv-ba Bed,
Bminl atitl Lodging.
Boaifliiig H'ousi
alone the Lino.   3
Mill
ho convenient
ipor-vtok.
It will not be compulsory for Kinploy-
cos to board in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly- on tho
10t.lt ut* each month.
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
PEGS TO INFO'RM HIS NUMEIt
J > bhs patrons that he has removed
liis Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
'(NDXT fO •& BANK),
Where will lie found, "is usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISION^,
And a fine lino of
Dry Goods, (tents' Famishing
Goods- &c.- &e»
Whioli will bo sold Rt the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRIOJ2S for Cash.
Ho thanks his friends foi* tlieir paii
liberal patronuge and hopes for a con*'
tinuance of the same. mhl
A.
Office of thk
Cak-uiias
Yalo,
ONDEEBOro,
Qekeral Masaok
flardi 1, 1881.
MACKEREL
Cantllcs, Slice, Syrup, Clicesc,
Dried H'riiitSjCiiiiiicfl'iooils,
Vliici'iir, 1'itUing; Powder,
Ssap,
Goal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BBjOMS,
WRAPPING PAfER,
PAPER UAGS,
And all other floods in tho Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION
Is called to the undernntcd Ooode, on
whioh tho most L1UKKAL INDUCK-
MKNTS will be offorad to tho
Trade, as we are
SOLE
Agents for BritishOolumDla
(lOODASr.OLl) BAK1XG I'OWDER
Tho Best and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and I'uro.
A8CTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
ltohw   tho
;e.at Sizo
.IICCC
11(1   I'.Kt
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TIIK-
LOWEGT MARKET MB.
THE
m FRANJjISGO BULLETIN
—THE—
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Kocky Mountains,
3T IS TIIE KKIHirjXI/.KO A UTHO.
3    rilv In ('.... .Tl.il ....J   I'lnanelnl Cliela,
ml the beet .'.Willy .lenrniil on tlie t'eelflo i-.i:.,l.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
ii 1111..1.11.0II1 Iwiitve-li:..'.. jouniitl, ..ml In pr.,.
irllolltolUalabtlioclieniioel i».i|iitIii lUorininlry
BlIBSCUIPTlOH  ItATKS.
Tin. Weekly nft.1 MiePililay Bulled,,,
oliltlllK  lonelliel'  tin at   collil.lelo   D.ml.
IVvokly |..lullnl.o.l on tlio 1'iiclllo Coaet, .vill
, l'o
i Ilie I..I
Wookly and Frldny Bulletin.
IHE GREAT EMLISll REMEDY
Is«ner«r**fniHn| ]
Cure for Nerv-
oii t* Debility ,Ex-
hnua.eil Vitality
of ii ny k 1 n d,
"iTenkness, Par-
eiysfo, Prosta-
torrhoea.nnd all
. , , the terrible off-
■■:*^w^   fects ofjonthftol
follieB.fti.t3 excesses in matnrer years,
UR. MINTIK will acree to forfeit
FlTO Hundred IJoIInrs for a ense of
this kind ihu Vital Restorative (under
hfo special advice and treatment) will not
euro, oi* for anytime: itntniro or injurious
round in it. IIR. MENTIS treats all DIs-
i'ii!*cs piiedessftilly without mereury.
(JOIlRltHatlOtl free. Thorotipli <-*aTnt-
nulion nml tidviee, $5*00. Piii-oof TMnI
Rest Cm tiTC, Sa-OO a bottle, or lour
limea ilie quantity, $l6*00i sent to any
nd'lrefi** upon receipt of price, orU. O. !>,,
ace-ire from bbserviiUttn; nnd in privnte
name if desired, by A. E, MISTIK,
M.I).
Those who cannot visit DIl.TOTIK
in San Pruncisco should send n full nnd
minute stittPiiient of their trouble? with
325*00, and in rtlurn a full course of
MciUcIiic nil! be lorwnrdrd, si-ciirt'ly
packed, so ns not lo excite curiosity.
All orders tor medicine O. O. D, must
be accompanied with Sl.OO (us ii .puar-
iinlee uf ffbod Fai'tli), which will be dc-
dui-leii .vhiTi the p:ickuf*e is shipped.
SAMPLH ROTTLB FRKK.-Scnt on
npplicatioti by lelicr Rtatiitt- sj-ii!ptom£i1
sox tnui r-pe. Cominuhicatioii'i strictly
cohHdi-ntial, jny3l-Iy
n Kenrney Street, Bh« ff'riiticiseo, Cat.
. $3 im
.   1 Ml
'Weekly nulletlit Alone*
Iti'iiiiltniii-i'
Piirgoft Co'
our I'ldlC.
liy Draft,  I'osinmro I
■ JisplUiU, nml ltt*,;l*lt,i
FREE SEKU DISTRIBUTION.
Rficli RubHcrlliOr will Im prcontcil willi sovorn'
fiirii-tlM of l.ttiv ami Vuliiiilili* TiU'.K, VKQB-
TAHIiK mul n.iUVHll bkKOS, <>>lu.i1 in rnluo li
(fjj*-rfi-inl Iin SiunpleCopj', gtvlins full purtlntinrN,
AdilruM,
8. F. HTIiLKTIX COMPANY,
SAN FHANC1SOO.
Oalllbriitri.
T HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OP
\ my hrnuoli Furnitwro Storo in Now
Wostminater to Mt*. John C. llimto, who
Is inithoricctl to oolloot nil outitniulin^
ilobt**, nnd will pay nil liabilities in con-
neution tin1 ro with.
I take tliis opportunity of thntiking
my tiiHtoinors for their liberal patronage
In  tho fiast, and  trust tho .-nine wttl bu
oxtontlou to my suocossor.
Thobusluosa in Vlotprift will bo con*
tiimoil un usual by the undersigued,
JACOB SEEL.
Now West., Any. 2nd, 1882.
TN CONNECTION *»*\Vmi TIIK A*
1 bovo until:--, tho undersigned hua
ploasuro in nunou'nolnn that ho is now
prcpnrod, tbBunplyaU kinds of Furniture, ke,, at tho lowest possible prices,
Oibinot work uud Opliolateritig dono
promptly nud in iimt-claas stylo.
UNDERTAKING '
fu all its bramtliAs. The untlimiguod
luw thu only HEAU81S in tlio I'ity. A
i.r.iitiiiiiiiiic. .,f Jjulilit. putrenail, nolicite.1.
Ol.t litiuul, next Ueui.lent Hotel.
.T. C. Bl'NTK,
Lato Managei' Selll'fl Jlraneii Ji'uniiturti
Store. auCto
AU, ACCOUNTS NOT PAID HY
tho 15th Inst, will he plncotl in the
lunula of a Colleetov with InstrUoLllUIB,
Now Wuilt., .Inly 1
18B2,
FBENC1I.
Df?. SPIKY & IM
BHSSlE]*SSARy,
W. 11 KEARNEY STBEBTi
SAF FRANCISCO, CAL.
P-ftJl. SPIXNEV, well Known nn tlit r«in.
MP il-rof Hi.- M.nitn.n!, HI. «.) Mi*<lk*nt limtl*
int.., nn 1 lnu- fni|irl>>tur<if tho miMNNKYVlLU
i.\i*m;m.\i:y, vontrt most rc.**|icctfully infurm
lii'i imHcnla nnd tlm nflllrtiHt ci'iK'tiilly, tlmt tip
nilII cntitllitiut* Id trmt-.-lirontciuid nurTOUB tli'i-
uiuiit* mIHi iin|)iinilli*leil nacoowi
LADIES /:.?J3 GBNT&EMExi.
00312 AMS 33 HEALED.
It Hi ult oiu imt wtiut yoiir ti'imUlc** mny tm, com*
nil lot thit Duclur nxninliu* vmirciuo' It'frill
■mt yon notlilltf* for cnnnultuttoii.'sn jilunii* nil
in! Hntlifj' youriolvca wiiuthur ttio Doctoruiidt-r-
triii'ls yoiircmo, 11 liu run cure ynu tie will toll
on fm If m.t, tin win tdll yoll tltut, for tiowlll
mil nnduMiiUu a i-hsi; unit'*-* lie (n fiii'tiilwit of cf-
ructliiR h onro. . ,,.
I'lirllw nt a diritiincn wlililng trentment, by
RDiidlti** ■*".*! ntid 11 initKitc ilt-Mcrli'tli-n nf thr-if
troubliM vill r-Ktltb In rplurti n full co'nme tit
Iroiitmont mfHiroly iim-kDil no tu not to exi-lto cw-
rloslty,
Dlt. RPlXN'KYwIII Buarniit.'e to .i-rfidt KlTf.
Ihiiili-i'l Hiillun for DT«i*J c*so i>f tiny kind or
uhiirhct'ir A-liii*li lio nmlurt-tke*- nnd fhlh* lo nir«.
I'. s.—ror Jlewiios of bIioH nJntiritng, a fnll
i-itir-t' of mi'Jiriiip*., Hnmciont for n cure, with
nil liiitrilctlon», will l>o smii to liny ttddnw on
rocolpt of $10.
Crtlloi-Addroin
I2ft-ly
Dr. SPIN*KY * CO.,
No. 11 Kfnriiey.it.,SmiFiiftnclwo.Cnl.
To DieBASHS, CoMrtAlHT, and Accratim
winch Hacyaru's VetLow Oil 1, jninnn.
teed to cms or relievo either lit 11am or
DliAST,
tmck untmuur foi
croup,
CRAMPS,
ASTHMA,
COUGHS,
SORE THROAT,
COLDS, to.
APPLIED EXTERKALir FU
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
C0NTRAC1I0NS\
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROST RITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCII,
PA1XISRACK,
PAIN In SIDE, to.
Every bottla eunrnnteeil to give utllfao-
tifin or money refunded.
DIREOTIONSWITH EAOH I0TIU. Mill Ma,
S.UITjBVBlTSi OO^PrepriotOM
TORONTO, OUT
■
NOTICE.
N-01T0E IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
at tho mcplKitloii of Sixty days,
from the .Into of this notico I mtoml W
ninlto applioatloit to tho Chief Commissioner of 1.1111.1s ami Works for jiermi.wi.ni
to inireltiisG threo hnn.lro.l ami twenty
aoros of HUBurvoyotl, nnresoiTcil, and tiH-
..ccnriieil Crown land on Texada Island,
Now Westminster JMstrict, descdhod as
follows:—
ComtnonciDg at the South E..st oornor
of Lot S; theneo trno South, 40 chains!
thenoo tine West, 80 chains; thonco trno
North, -10 .'luihot; thenee trno East, 80
chains, to the point of conimuncomont.
CHAS. E, POOLEY.
Victoria, B.C,, Aug, 23, 1882.     an20in2

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