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Array Governmotit Gazotl'
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——IB  rUBUlflKD——
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— BI —
D. ROBSON A CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entunoe TO EDI-
TOUIAL ANO BUIINESS OEPAOTMEHT TKBOOOK T. It.
Peauon&Co'I. Book A stationery Stoie.
TEBM8«Hy Mall, ttsyeart $160 forOmoB.i
$1 fori) mos.; payable In Advance. Dell.oreil
liy Carrier or Agent, fl per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENT8
T. N. HllBEH&CO.	
T, R. Pearson k Co.-
••Viotoria.
 Yaic.
I. P. FISHER Acl.ertlilBg Agent, 01 Morclmnt'a
Exchange, San Franelico, iHAIIthorlflOu to receive
Advertisement, for till, paper.
THIS PAPER
where advertising contracts may be made for II
NKVt YOBK.
Wnt §vitish dFolnmbian.
Sntnrdny Morning, aurrhI 3, IHS4.
0. P. It. Prospects.
In (i number of   tlio Hamilton
(Ont) Times we observe an nrtiolo
on   the Canadian Paoifio Railwav
and   its prospects   wliich contains
some  paragraphs of interest,     It
, may be remarked that the Times is
a Reform journal, and, like a great
many other party organs in Ontario,
endeavors to manufacture political
capital out of almost every public
question.   It begins by saying that
the Canadian Paoifio Railway will
in   future  only   run two trains a
week west of Brandon, and odds:
"There are some thousands of men
nt   work  on   the   railway in the
Rocky Mountains, there are some
eattle ranchers, prospectors for gold
and mounted policemen in the far
west, but   two   trains tt week are
enough for them.   When construction of the' railway is finished, how
many trains will be required? There
will   bo no tr.iflic iu railway supplies, nor in food for tho army of
navvies,    lt will be strange, indeed,
if farmers go in largo numbers to
the foot of  the  mountains when
they can find better land 800 miles
farther .east.   The Asiatic trade is
an unknown quantity, hut it cannot
amount to much, judging from llio
small proportions of the trade that
has been dono via Sau Franoisco.
We believe the Winnipeg free Press
is, right  in  its conclusion thnt it
would be a great deal better if the
railway had not yet gone a mile
beyond   Brandon,  say   200  miles
west of Winnipeg.   There is room
and to .spare  eust of Brandon, for
all  the people who arc in Manitoba
and tho Northwest and for hundreds
of  thousands   more.     Home have
gone west, leaving unoccupied lands
behind them.   They will labor under
the disadvantage of isolation, and
they have failed to relievo the people suffering from that disadvantage
in   the older parts of  Manitoba."
Tho Times then refers briefly to tlio
need   for branch railways in that
country, extending iu various directions from the main line. - It thinks
that if   these lines had heen constructed, and the main line allowed
to proceed more slowly, tho condition of things now would have been
very  much better both for tlio railway and the country.   "The time
will come," it says, "for a largo exchange of commodities between British Columbia and the farm lands on
the  eastern  slopo  of   the Rocky
Mountains.   British Columbia has
wood, iron and coal in abundance;
also plenty of salmon.   Tho implements for the Northwest farmers on
the mountain slope ought to bo made
in Britisli- Columbia, for it is less
than 700 miles from Port Moody
to the Northwest prairie, and in tho
matter of distance Ontario would
have no chance against British Columbia."   But this picture of the
future, the Times thinks, is still a
long  way ahead, and it expresses
the  o.dnion   that  it would much
sooner have become a reality if a
Reform  government  had been in
power.   Poihnps it would, and perhaps not; but there is undoubtedly
a good deal of sound sense in some
Columbian.
VOLUME 26
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0,, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884.
NUMBER 9
Cholera Germs.
Tlie Canada Lancet contain* a translation made by Dr. Workman of Prof.
Koch's report on Asiatic cholera in
Calcutta. Prof. Koch, and those on-
gaged with hiin, had every opportunity
afforded them to make thoir researches
fully and carefully. One bf the principal results achieved is the determination of the nature of the microbes de*
veloped in cases of cholera. At loast
it is determined that they aro not of
the nature of those in coses of pneu*
monia, dysentery, phthisis', and kidney
disease, or those developed in a numbor of animals and substances in which
bacteria abound. This is believed to
be un important stop towards solving
the problem of prevention of cholera
by inoculation.
Another faot of great importance is
that whereas in Calcutta, before than
was an efficient water supply, the death
rate front choteVa was 10.1 per thousand
of the population, the rate since there
has been pure water and plenty pf it is
3 por thousand, This fact would tend
to strengthen hope in many places in
Canada, where water-works hittfe been
established, but it is a solemn warning
to those peqple who, in crowded places,
continue to use water from tainted
wells. It is a warning also to those in
small towns and in tho country who
must use wells to see tliat there is ho
chance of the water being polluted
from cesspools or imperfectly drained
yards.
Prohibition' candidate.
The prohibition convention have
nominated Mr. St. John of Illinois
for president. The seconder of the
nomination was Mrs. Francis E, Wil-
ard, who said she knew St. John when
he was a little bare-footed boy. The
platform reported by the committee
acknowledges God in the government,
declares that traffic in alcoholic beverages undor tho laws of the national
nnd stato -government is productive of
crime nnd pauperism, a burthen of
tiixutitm for penal and sheltering institutions, endangering tho public
peace, corrupting politics, and impos
ing manifold other evils upon -the
people. These laws are alike contrary to good laws and contrary to our
happiness, and wo call upon 'our fellow citizens to aid in the repeal of
these laws and to aid in the suppression of this traffic. The history of
the post twenty-four years adds to the
conclusion that the Republican party
is insensiblu to or impotent for redress of those wrongs, und Bhould no
longer be intrusted with the government. That congress should exercise
its undoubted powor and prohibit the
manufacture and sale of intoxicating
beverages iu the District of Columbia,
the territories of the United States
and in all places over which the gov-
ornmunt has oxeoutivo jurisdiction.
That hereafter no stato shall he-admitted into tho union until its constitution has expressly prohibited polygamy and the manufacture and sate of
intoxicating beverages.
The nomination of St. John wus
greeted with loud cheers. A picture
of St, John was exhibited from the
stage amid great enthusiasm, the delegates aud spectators joining in the
chorus to the campaign song, "Glory,
Glory, Hallelujah, Our Cause is Marching On." This was followed by rous*
ing cheers. Then the convention
joined in the hymn, "Praiso God from
Whom all Blessings Flow."
3^  II. MATHERS,*. D.
^CK-Temporarllyln Wlat'abuilding,
-'' Front street,
tu-siDRXCE—St. John street, opposite tbe
Publio School, New Westminster.
mhltVto
Ti  I. BENTLEY, M..M.C.P.* 1,0.
J.   *     PHYSiqjAN^ t-IJUgflpQN.
Surgeon to Royal Columbian Hospital,
Medical Officer to tho Aflylum for tbe Insane. Orntm- MeKenzie street, New
Westminster. British Columbia.  [selMc
n   N.THEW.M. D.M,C.F.Jti.,0.
PHVSIOJAN 4 SURGEON.
Surgeon B. C. Penitentiary, Surgeon New
Westminster Jail, Coroner for tbe Dis-
.    „.   , ...aryfll.
se*15-to
Slot.   Office-Corner of Clai
cKcnsle streets.   Residence,'
TVRS.Hru-l.EOD* Mm*WAIN,
Offlco always open, day and night,
Olffl^rraWlrof "New Vork Polyclinic.
14o.rU-
... .,'lon*
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TJ H.COOPEB, B. A.,H.D.,
7'    PHYSICIAN 4 SURQEON.
OFFIOE anil RESIDENCE-Church St.
nnt jtoor tttOWmtW Holne), near
Columbia SI., Not Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUlis-s-fo 10 a.m.; ltoSand
ftfW to 8 p. m. Calls In town and coun-
try promptly attended to. fe2tc
J. A. CALBICK,
BDILDER& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Estimates Furnished.   Sswi Sharped and Set,
SHOP—Merchant Square, Columbia St.,
New Westminster, In rear of Titos, Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. feiute
BOOTS and SHOES
FBOM
HEATHOBNS
COME AND SEE
UISbh h. Corns Afais, Soysl
mHE PROPRIETOR, JAMES TURN-
J. BULL, baying again taken possession
or the TEHPEIMM'K 1101SK fronting mi
Columbia and Oliuroh streets, opposite
Bnlsoopal Cliureli.Cltyof New Westminster, B. 0„ and now known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will accommodate all liis old friends nnd
tno nubile generally who favor liim with
acall.nt old prices. Bonrd por day, 81.00;
Board per week, 85.00: single Meals, 2j
qontstBeds, 25oonts.  iWGoodaccommo-
TOHIf S. McGllRE, Jf. D.,
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, as
also Assistant Surgeon late Honorable
East India Company So:.ylno, wishes to
announce to the peoplo of Lillooet Dis.
trict that ho has taken up his residence
at CLINTON nnd opened c .(rug store. All
commulcatlons by mail promptly attended to. myl7-6in
T-.B. CIIEADLE,
it DENTIST,
Associated witL Dr. Welsh, can he found
at his offlce, over D. S. Curtis It Co.'s drug
store, Columbia street, New Westmlnater.
Office hours—From 9 a.m. to 12 m., and
from 1 to 5 p.m. Je2Me.
ptORBOULD * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
OrriOR-McXenzie street, New Westminster, B. C.
of the opinions expressed liy tlio
Times. We liuva pointed out tlio
disadvantages to the Northwest of
rapid railway construction, and have
shown how it hu prevented British
Columbia from receiving anything
liko the full extent of the benefits
whioh otherwise might reasonably
have been expeoted; and although
evory person in this province wilt
he glad when the first locomotive
from Halifax blows its whistle in
New Westminster, it may turn out
that we have paid protty dually for
our whistle after all.
SriniT Ravpihgh.—I happened, in
the coune of our conversation, to nsk
Mr. Cumberland whether ho was an
able spirit-rapper. In a moment mysterious rapping, were heard from all
parts of the room, aa if in reply to the
question. "Vou soo," said Mr. Cumberland, "I can produce all sorts of
knocks and cries, from the .till .mnll
voice of the infant in the celestial re
gions to the sepulchral tones of the
tormented spirit, whose unearthly
groans nro so effective.   I get tho still
voice by dislocation of the
thumb," and the still small voice spoke
in its meat melodious tones. -'The
, sepulchral tones como by u displacement of tho knee joint—so," and tho
sepulchral tones reverberated through
tho room. "The tseronim lomjus lean
now easily worg, aa you hear, although
I have a pair of thick boots on," It
was very easily worked, and effectually,
-full Mall Gazette.
The Cowboy's Real tire.
Tho cowboy', life i. on exciting one,
hardy and adventurous. Ho eats in a
tent, lives on his steed, and sleeps
under tho stars, seldom with blanket
or firo. Ho is an ospert with the
lariat, fearless of horse or herd. He
must be quick, of unerring eye and
aim, norvo to try now horses, to venture into wild herds of excited, angry
cattle, and doxterous to throw uninjured a refractory animal. It is no
small soienco to catch a horso with tho
lariat, and a bungler meets no sympathy from the experienced. An experienced hand makes no mistake; he
singles out his prey, winds his lariat,
twirls -the loop—presto—the animal is
captured, a cow by the horns, a horse
around the neck, and in most
the captured are resigned to fate.
Erroneous impression, have gone
abroad about the cowboys, taken from
the lawless banditti of Texas. The
men we saw are well-behaved and as
careful in speech as any gentleman is.
They looked like farmers' boys, snd
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
IOO columns nnd 100 engravings In
each lasuo.   ttrrl tear,    *I.H a Inr.
nd two So U. 8. stamps for sample
copy -English or German" of the Oldest
—id Best Agricultural  Journal In the
orld. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W. Judd, Pros.
751 Broadway, New York. Jell-tc
T  T. WILKINSON,
'CUSTOM BOOT* SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. C.  First-Class workmanship. Repairing neatly and quickly executed.  Terms strictly cosh,       my21-fim
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col*
umbiast, New Westminster.
Every Man to bis own Business
-A..   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(orp. colonial norm.).
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes it Specialty.
N.  B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twentv years' experience.    mr2*t
MESSRS.
-ftf CTBRAY * FRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kstsomlnlng and Paper-Hang-
ing, Ruor—Clarkson street, opposite the
New Westminster Jail, Nov Westminster,
British Columbia. ap2*tc
"If Ri. ELIZA TOWL1,
GROCER * GENERAL DEALER.
Good  Accommodations for Travelers,
Opposite Steamboat Landing,
LANGLEY.'......'.....'. ,...'.....B. C,
myU*3m
1>0YAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
First-Clans accommodation for Travelers,
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
my2I*-8My Proprietress.
-ftf RS, M. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry dowls ud -ftroeerlf tt, Millinery aad
Vmmey floods.
FIrst*Class Dressmaker In attendance. '
 my21*'M*ly	
nro ti 6no, tardy eethbrave, and from
good homes in the east-that is, oast
from here. Few are from Texas, In
seven one wns from the Indian Territory, one from Texas, And tho Kit etutt
of Denver. They, like soldiers, must
oboy their enptnin—-the foreman, who
lias the power of n sheriff; Mr. Fit*
gerald, Mr. Brush's foreman, Is a college-bred man, and can write as good
a newspaper article as any writer in
Denver.
Cowboys receive from $35 to 050 a
month and board, and have to work
generally from early spring till late
fall, "laying off*' in tho winter. If
they ure saving they make considerable, but usually are generous and improvident, with a grasshopper economy
which plays ana spends and saves
nothing for tho winter. Foremen get
8100 a month, and oven higher wages
for a flrst-class man are not infrequent.
Tho food furnished is excellent. The
Sre used—in fact camping Would be
almost impossible othorwiso- is of
"buffalo chips," which makes n steady,
hot fire, and ure plentiful and easy of
access. Many camps havo good cooks
and excellent tables, though with.tin
plates and cups and picnic paraphernalia.
Some of the "boys" looked like mon
with histories, but most aro intelligent
young men, and the revolver-shooting,
war-whooping cowboy will soon follow
the bu'li.ii> to the shades of oblivion
and Montana, tb figure occasionally in
tho lurid tales of'the weekly story
papers.—Denver Newt.
 «~	
Thero is a toin-oat in Albany, Ga.,
whioh had one rat iu hia mouth whon
another run by where he had been
stationed, and he caught the second
rat with his foet nnd held him securely
without over lotting go the ono ho had
in his mouth. At another time he
caught three inioo at one plunge.
TTVGHBI * ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers.   Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated,    Ollice, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Offlce, New Westminster, B.C.
J. C. HuoiiEH, T. C. Atkinson.
Notary Public.
 Jell-to	
C. D. RAND,
NOTAKY PUHLIC.
Respectfully beg to inform the public of
New Westminster and District thnt
they have commenced business as
Land Surveyors &I)rniiglitHuieii
Keal Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers, Accountants, Ac.
And are now prepared lo roaeivc instructions In tlieir several brandies.
All btisinpHH placed in their bands will
receive prompt attention.
They have for salo Town and Suburban
Lots in Now Westminster,
Town Lots at I'ort Mooily, Port Hammond nnd Lots on town sites at
nestings, Granville and
English Bay
Also fin-mint: Innds on tho Lower Frasor.
OSOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
,  -GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Victoria,   -   -   British   Columbia.
STKIMVAV...... PIANOS
KllttiHAX PIANOS
) III, kkkim; PIANOS
IIAISKIt PIANOS
W. IIKII,   St COMPANY'S OBGANS
 (JaMtc)	
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and iu first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE In the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auStc
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER OF
Offleo—Front Street,
OppmM.C. P. X. Company'. Wliurr.
feWo.
Union Temperance Hotel,
CENfBRVIUE, 'HILmVH.Uk.
Board nnd Lodging.     Horses for Hire.
THOS. BARTLETT,
ap30-tc Pproprletor.
K. E. HAND.
arai-ow-,
Keal Estate BNkers, i'omweymme-ftn and
Isisrisn Afeat*.
Port Moody and New Westminster Property a specialty.
OFPICK-Cotumbla Street, opposite Post
Offlce, New Westminster, B. C.    JlySIc
m  J. TRAPP,
AtrOTIONEKH AND APPRAIRKR,
Columbia Street New Westminster
Arrangements are being matte for an
eitemdve Auction Sale of Beal Estate; to
tako place tii May Next. Parties deslrons
of disposing of their farms, etc., will do
well to place tho same In Ihe hands of the
above.
All commliislons will recelvo prompt
anil careful attontlon. Rent r..f*Nm*»,«
given when required. mhlMc
■nr   H. FAI.DING,
LAND,HOUHKANl>«KNKItALA(iKNT
Accountant, collector, Convoyaueor,
LIFE, FIRE A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agent for P. T. Johnston A Co,, Seedsmen,
 Victoria,	
And John Looby, Brewer, Victoria,
ofpiok;
McKensle HI, one door from Columbia St,
NEW WESTMINSTER, a C.
npHO-ta
II. K. CHOAftDAILB. A. W. JOMKfl.
0ROA8DAILE A JONU,
■ealEatale Agaals aad Brskera*
Particular attontlon paid to tho salo of
farming landn.
Money to loan at low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Large lists of town and country proptirty
'*■■ 'female.
OmcK-aovtrnme»t St, nenr Broughton,
Victoria* M.V,    P O box 101.       apft-tc.
HORSE FOR SALE.
UITABLE FOB EITHER RADDLE or
    A'"
SL„._    ...
Harness.
ana Bridle.
J1T30IO
Also-niiT English  Ssilille
'.~0. BLANCHARD,
Bspperton.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. C.
McLEOD&McINNES
n%©*F33X3BTO£*,B.   [Jly.-itiiH
ANI) AIX KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
ho happy to receive and execute orders
for ail kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regit lattd.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. \V., will re*
waive prompt attention, jyiiSto
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. G.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
I'ltOI'RIETOli.
('lytoi)
W. M. JONES,
liOGO-BE, <SSC.
MUD BAY, B. C.
■pilEl'AIIKD TO rURNIHH nll kimi*
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Aiul anything In tlioooilarllnoi
Jtx., -Sm-mmrmSS* :■-«•»«.'.-•»
 (___)         	
0.   J,    1-JlllUJlt,
BUTCHER,
CKNTREVIt.I,E,Cllll.l.IWIlAOK.
The Best of Meats
Constantly on hnnd.
myai-ilm
WE8T END
Plain und Fancy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
And Confectionery always ou hnnd.
Delivered lo uny part of the Oity.
JCj3l.iT.-g- B»os.,   Columbia sireei.
Je2Mc
W. R. CLARKE,
" AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Builoinq,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, ■ BRITISH COLUMBIA.
S3" Liberal advances mado on Consignments.
To facilitate thu sale of Real Estate, I
have complete mapd of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster anil the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can iind a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Oilice of the Biitish Co-
lumbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled witli neatness
and dispatch.
Office of narbor Master nnd Port War.
den. felo
B. C. A. A.
1888.
FIRST PRIZE!
 TO	
KURTZ&CO
 FOR	
CIGARS
[Signed]
A. PEELE, Sec.
(ool7tc)
niTii
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in ie City,
TOE CULINARY DEPARTMENT
IS CNDER THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
Jor §nk or In |Unt.
FOR SALE.
ABINOLEPLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
wool and straw mattresses. Apply at
uilis-tc TMMOrrKE.
FOR SALE:
O'
,NE MILOH COW.
Apply to
„ , MHS. SILLITOE.
UyVtlc)
MBS. TBETHEffEY,
—GENERAL—
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
<«eneni. Agent   for British   Columbia
for tho
Lamb Knitting Machine!
flood Accommodation ror Travellers and Tourists.
WllklD Ivc mln.lf.' walk or Ike kail
way M.llon,
ST. MARY'S MISSION, B. C.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified and certificated nurse and accoucheur, and is prepared to give the best attention and
accommodation to invalids and ladies
during confinement at her home as
above, the situation of which Is one of
the most salubrious and delightful ou the
Lower Fraser. A skilful physician will
be in attendance if required.    je25m3
-DOMINION-
WOODS & TURNER,
C0n.ve3raaa.cers,
Benl  t'Hinit- Agents,   Lnnd   Surveyor*.
Iirniicliisiiicii. mid Insurance .iReni*,,
11
(LIMITED)
New Westminster, B. C.
B
Our property ljsts arc nn»- "«ry ^0»**
jletc, and v .would call attention to the
Jollow nij- HL-Ieotions, whicli we nre enabled to offer at very reasonable figures.
TitleB guaranteed:
New Westminster Oity,
Lot 20, block XXXII—gooil residence
site.
Subdivision of lot 10, blooll XXXV-
<KlxIS2foot.
Southwest 1 of lot I", blook XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 nnd 8, block V—cradud, cleared
mid fenced; adjoining residonco of \V. H.
Townsend, Ks(|.
Lots 11? end 70, block V.
.Subdivisions of lots 1 and -..'. block ft.
Subdivisions of lots 10 and -23, block 7.
New Westminster District.
(inoil farms in all parts,
I (iii acres on False ('reek roati,
■l")0 ncres lit Mntx-jtti—good dairy farm;
hit-lily improved; to he sold with stock
nnd implements if desired.
'200 ucre3 nt Stimns—-ft splendid chnitce
fordniry faniyirs.
'.M5 ncres near Ladder's Landing.
'.\'20 aeres ou Lulu Island.
Port Moody.
and complete list, ei
>f tho Townsito.
Land Surveying
A largo and complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townsito.
in nll its branches; mans compiled, tracings prepnrcd, nnd nll descriptions »f surveying carefully and promptly attended
ti».   30 years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, wo are in n position to
give intending purchasers a correct'description of the property offered.
Money to lend ou approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
Tho Plum's, of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool k London k (*!oV Insurance
Companies.
Tho Kquitablo Lifo Assurance Socioty
of tbe United States.
Gladding, McBean *: Co's term cotta
chimneys and vitrified stone sewer
piping.	
OFFICE- KUard's Blook, Columbia
Street, New Westminster.
apl2te       WOODS ft TURNER.
EG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they are now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
Having largely increased
the capacity of the Mill
and added a most complete outfit of wood-working machinery,
they aro now manufacturing all
kinds ol
THE DNDEBSKUfED BEOS LEAVE
to anmmnce to th. Public that he
has purchased the above Hotol, where
everything, will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rate..
Tie Parlon anil Sleeping Apart-
neit) an under the superintendence
of Mas. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Beading Boea, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
TBU  -»---%.
U supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquors, Cioakb, fto.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Propbimob.
Cows for Sale.
SIX GOOD COWS FOR BALE.   AP-
ply to
A.IKVING,
niys-tc Maple Blo>.
For Salel
rnEN TOWN LOTS FACING ON DOUQ.
X iMSIroet, south ol Pelbam Street.
pply to
JeM-te
HENItYV. EDMONDS,
Land Agent.
Oxen for Sale*
TWO YOKE OF O-YEAB OLD WORK-
, , OXEN (or sale. Girth from a lut 11
In. to 7 feet lln. Also-1 BULL and 1
STAG, unbroken, gooU slse.
- WM. H. LADNER.
i-"tc Ladner-. Landing.
Hilch Cows For Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FBOM ONE
to ten good milch cowi for Mle. They
ara quite gentle and Ant-clans milker*.
For pttrtJcularH apply to
P. GANNON,
Butcher A Stook Dealer,
mlilHc. Ladner's Landing.
Farm to Rent
THE
I
HASTINGS, B.
THIS FINK AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel hu been recently com*
pleted Md it furnished with every convenience for the comfort of gucata. The
situation and accommodations are unanr*
passed on Burrard Inlet, which has be*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in Britisli Columbia. The prospect Is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apart*
ments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatched from the main
building.
IV The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black,
First-class stabling and feed for Hors-
s. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.
jy28tc
TKE "BROOKHURRT PLACE." situated 8 miles from Ladner's Landing
and 9 from New Westminster, consisting
of 184 aores of flrst-olass land, well adapted
for farming, and especially adapted for
grazing purposes. Fine chance. Terms
easy. Parties are invited to call and In-
easy,   	
spect crop.
call and in*
jlyietc
FARM FOR SALE.
.PPOSITE CHILLI WHACK LANDING
_' on the north side of Fraser river.
•ell Improved: good orchard: 400 fruit
trees; a fine lot of small fruit; 18 acres in
timothy; good house, and bam. Por farther particulars apply either by letter or
person to
, , R. C. GARNER,
Jlyietc Johnson's Landing, B. O.
P
Wel
FOR   SALE.
A FARM OP 160 ACRES IN LANGLEY
Municipality, opposite Port Hammond. 10 acres cleared, with small house
remainder covered with alder and vine
maple bush, with but very little heavy
timber. Soil a uniformly deep elay loam.
Will be sold oheflp for cash.
Apply to '
PAUL MURRAY,
Jc28m3 Maple Ridge.
FOR SALE.
W. H. KEAHV
Wishes to dispose of his tUatUaerj em*
ik Mere and the good will of the business.  TERMS EASY, which can be obtained on nppllcntlon to T. J. Armstrong.
March 81st, 1881. ap2*tc.
FOR SALE.
BLACK,
Proprietor.
 INCLUDING —
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Lath,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
SCROLL, SAWED, AND
TURNED WORK.
 ALSO	
FURNITURE
Of all kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
Having imported the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK at LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
jeSStc]
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
IfcUiuont,
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Keirly Opposite tke Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THr i .nonoi *Xnl>   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, ud supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
IN ACCORD ANCK WITH THB pro.
vIxImiH mnde nt Inst m-knIoh of the leg*
InliUiVf- HHMmbly, notice In hereby given
that a Free High School will bo opened nt
New Westminster,
l-iirlnj- (he flrat week tn August noxt.
This will be n Government Mchool, And
t he course ot st tidy wl 11 be thtit prescribed
hy (lie Provincial Educational Department. Tlit-curriculum will embrace all
subjects necessary for College mtitrlctila.
tlmi, and fnr qualifying persons to obtain
provincial toturtiort* certificates. The
Hulioot will be under a flrst-class teacher.
Persons desirous of entering the clauses
should communicate with tbu Kecrotary
ns early ns possible.
T. J. TRAPP,
myS-to sec. Bd. of Trustees.
F. F. NELSON,
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store it
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full .took of
Dry Goods, Groceries, and Ben-
eral Mercbaidtee,
Whieh will Im sold st New Westminster
Prion.
Aral f.r »wlk Aaurlau AreMeM ■■■
.■mee <'«mpm>.
r Next Door to Cledenla Hotel.
MO-to
R.T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULKH,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papen,
etc,, neatly and cheaply Bound.
■flovern«ent Street, Victoria* I. V.
THB BRIT DAIRY FARM IK THB
Provinco of Biitish Colinnbla, situnted
in Lower Sumas, conNlstlng of 12W aeres,
of which 1100 is pralrleand tho remainder
timbered. There Is ngooddwcllfnghouse
of 11 rooms; a flrst-class dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
barn KW.\M. Terms, one-half down and
balance on 6 years' timo at 9 per cent.
Will bo sold wllb or without stock. Apply
to A. a VEDDER,
Je4-3m Chilliwhack, a C.
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningtlirough
the premises.  Apply to
dentc
E. A. WADHAMS.
I .Hi...'. ,—«.u,t|W
SECOND-HAND
CYLINDER 8xi2, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and tno 6a Inch Spalding-
tooth Saws: also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
In good order, and may be teen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1881.   [de22tc
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
ll have mnde application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lunds and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred nnd
sixty ncres of pnstnrnl Innd situated tn the
Kamloops Division of Yalo District, on a
creek emptying Into stump Lake, at a
pout about 8 miles east of Peter Eraser's,
running north 20 chains; thenco west 80
chains; thence south » chains; thence
east 00 chains,
DONALD FRASER.
Kamloops, July 3rd, 1891. JlyKm2
I. LEHMAN,
Importer and dealer tn
Ins, Steel ud all Sindi of Bard Wood.
Coach-bulldlne. Blnckamlthlng, Hon.,
Ox .nd Mul. Hhoclnt, and General R.-
pairing promptly attended to
TALE BRITISH COLUMBIA
 J.lMni	
"lui Iwiilit Mbim W
Lot, e, ?, te and ff, Block XXXII,Lots,
Block XXVII, and Lou IS and IS,
Block XXVIII, ell rn tke City
of New Wsttmtnster.
k CKHTIFICATBOTIWDBriCAl'
Albletitletotho .bove msntlonad lot.
will be Issued to Henry Valentin, fed-
mond. on th. 22nd day of Ail|USt,US4,
unless In the meantime • valid objection
thereto be made to tb. undsnlgned In
writing by some person claiming an m-
tat.OMnter.stln ssldlou, or som. part
thereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEOO ATT,
Acting BeglBtrar-Oeneral.
Unit Hcglstry Offlee,91st May, im.
mySi-.lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Express Rates Frank S. Barnard
land Ordinance.... R. W. Armstrong
City Bakery Frederick Kimble
Temperance W. 0. T. U
Music Miss E. A. Jamieson
Notice to Marinors F. Revely
Bronze Monuments D.J.Robsnn
Special J. Ellard & Go.
Special Mechanics' Institute
lae gtritish Columbian.
giUrday Homing. Angus' S. IB**.
When the Guardian insinuates
that the gent lemon who hold the
New We.st minuter k Port Moody
Kailway clmttci* lire unworthy of
trust, it is fnir to institute a comparison between the person mnking
the insinuation aiul thorn*upon whose
reputation lie seeks to throw dirt.
On one side we have J. K, Suter; on
the other J. S. de Knevett, Mayor
Dickinson, Jas. Cunningham, Jno.
Hendry, W. N. Bole, Dr. Mclnnes,
and J.. H. Coulthard. It is not
probable the people of litis eity will
find much difficulty in estimating at
its true value tlie opinion of the
trnducer tn this esse.
When sifted to (lie bottom it is
found that opposition to the proposed
sale of city reserves cornea almost
wholly from owners of Port Moody
property, or persons whom they have
influenced. The object of these
persons iB purely u selfish one, and
we cannot believe that the people of
this city are foolish enough to sacrifice their own interest for the hypothetical benefit of such persons.
In tho first place no person can
show by any sound argument that
tbe building of this line will injure
Port Moody. In tbe second place
the progress of New Westminster,
and not Port Moody, is the consideration which should govern this vote.
Mr. R. W. Phipps, who has been
for some time employed by the Ontario government in perfecting measures for tbe protection of forests
and encouraging the planting of
trees, recommends the silver poplar
as tbe best for general results. It
is, he says, easily propagated, and of
very rapid growth. Within twenty
years nfter planting it often produces trees of sixty or seventy feet
in height, sixty feet in spread, and
with a trunk more than three feet
through at the base. One such tree,
to Mr. Phipps' knowledge, lately
yielded four cords of firewood.
When sawn nnd polished it is of n
handsome light yellow color, with a
beautiful waving grain.
. If tlm public reserves were sold,
the proceeds of the snle would probably ultimtnt, in round number.", to
.$100,000. This money could be
easily invested nt 6 per cent., giving
an income of 36,000 per annum.
Then these lunds, which now pay
nothing into tbe city treasury, would
be taxed for city purposes, and would
yield not less thnn $1,000 per annum. It will thus be seen that, by
simply investing the proceeds of the
sale, $7,000 per annum would be
added to the city revenue, Besides
this these unsightly places, or nt
least many of them, would be
o'eared off nud improved, adding
very materially to the appearance of
the city. It is the intention of the
council to sell only as much at present as will provide funds for railway purposes, say $55,000, Tlio
construction ur .. ...-.i....t, lu\\\ ;n_
crease tbe value of remaining property about 50 per cent.
It is reported on the streets thut
if a brunch line from lhe C. P. II.
comes to this city, it will be curried
down   to   Coal   Harbor, und New
Westminster   will   become nothing
but  an unimportant   wny   station.
Surely  no sane person will be de
ceived hy sueh an objection to the
by-law.   It is the opinion of the
best engineers that tho railway will
never reach Coal Harbor by wny of
this city.    If it goes there it will he
by way of Burnaby -Lake, as thut
route would bo very much cheaper
than  any  other.      But if the railway does coma through this city und
pass on to Coal Harbor our position
would be even better than with n
simple branch.    A brunch is at best
unsatisfactory, because it implies a
transfer of passengers and freight ut
the junction,    If the road goes on
to Coal Harbor, us these opponents
of the by-law  declare, the railway
service of this oity would  be complete, for we would not only' receive
the benefit of alt trains passing over
the main line, but would have direct
connection with the terminus. There
ia scarcely nn important city iu the
Dominion  which is n railway terminus.       At   Montreal,  Toronto,
Hamilton, London, Winnipeg, Quebec, uud other cities the principal
railways do not terminate, but pass
on.    We   should   be   much   more
plensed if this oity became a station
on the main line than the terminus
of a branch so nenr tbe final terminus.
Owners of projierty nt Port
Moody are very active and bitter in
tlieir opposition to the proposed snle
of public squares. Thuy seem to
imagine that if a line is built to this
oity it will be carried to Coal Harbor, and Port Moody will suffer.
Now, when the C. P. It. comes into
the hands of the syndicate they wii
make the terminus wherever the
interests of commerce will be best
served. It is perfectly ridiculous
to suppose that the paltry bonus of
$50,000 offered by this city will for
a moment influence their plans i
which millions of dollars are involved. But, suppose ie would injure Port Moody property! Are
the people of Ibis city content to
throw away the most important advantage ever presented to them for
the sake of accommodating ti few
Port Moody speculators? This matter belongs exclusively to the city
of New Westminsicr, and we advise
the ratepayers to consider well the
situation hefore rejecting a scheme
fraught with so great preseut and
future consequences.
It is being stated on the street
that the gentlemen who hold the
New Westminster and Port Moody
Bnilway charter are promoting the
reserve sale because they expect to
grab several thousand dollars for
the franchise they hold. The whole
cost nf obtaining this charter was
nbout $600, and the members of
tbe company havo all along asserted
that they had no intention of making money ont of it Mr. Knevett
last year stated his perfect willingness to hand the charter over either
to the city or the C. P. R. syndicate
for what it cost, provided u sufficient
guarantee were given for the construction uud maintenance of the
road. Mr. Cunningham made a
similar declaration publicly. The
other members of the company are
Mayor Dickinson, Dr. Mclnnes,
Messrs. Bole, Hendry and Coulthard. It is easy for any citizen to
ascertain the views of any of these
gentlemen, and we venture to assert
that a majority of them, if not
every one, will cheerfully give up
the charter lo any responsible corporation on payment of the cost of
procuring it.
lt is scarcely possible that this
continent will escape the cholera
plague whioh is now making such
serious havoc in Europe. Although
quarantine regulations, if strictly
enforced, muy for a time keep off
the disease, it will almost certainly
find its way through, und the consequences no one can predict. Sci
tmtifio investigation, if it has failed
tn discover a remedy for cholera, or
a sure prevention, bus at least demonstrated the fact thut absolute
cleatdiness is oue of the most necessary precautions. It has been found
generally that the disease is most
prevalent and most fatal where
filth existed, nnd rarely attacks
those who keep their poisons and
their premises in u wholesome condition. Low, damp places are favorable to tbu development of the disease, and it luxuriates in defective
sewers and obnoxious odors, This
fact should not puss unheeded. In
view of tho probable visitation
every person should begin now to
prepure foi' contingencies. The
premises should be thoroughly ox
.....inpd; nil filth and garbage should
lie carefully removed mm tmniu.i u,
buried; nbove all, tbe wells sbould
be carefully tested to boo if the
water is pure nnd wholesome, for
bad wuter is almost sure to propagate the disease. Lime, or other
disinfectants, should be freely scattered about premises-where germs
of decomposition may be suspected,
and personal habits sbould be strictly regulated. With pure air, pure
wuter, clean premises, clean |«rsons,
and correct habits and diet, the
danger of attack from cholera may
be reduced to a minimum.
Give Holloway's Corn Cure a trial.
It removed ten corns from ono pair of
feet without any pain.
Several houses for sale by C. D. RAND.
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Institution,
KMabllHlird vm,
4 Queen street East, Toronto, Ontario.
Tliese Electro-Curative Bolts, Insoles
and Trusses nre Superior lo any other
Remedy known to man for .the Immediate Heller and Permanent Care of ailments arising from Indiscretion, abuse or
incident, and nll diseases of tlie blond and
nerves, sueh ns
Merron Debility,
Genital Weabneio.
Womb Tronblea.
Fever tt Aim,
Dysentery,
Paralysis.
RlllloM*eas.
BlecpleMaeu,
Kidney Dlseaite,
Constipation,
Uver Complaint,
Lmubaxo.
Rheumatism,
Diarrhoea,
Helallea,
Indigestion,
Nenralgln,
Ini potency.
EXPRESS RATES.
/
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE tho rates
of express freight on puckages and
parcels, safely and properly put mi and
not containing any extra vulmiMe or
dangerous compounds will be:
Between Victoria and Now Westminster.
Packages under 10 lbs 2,1 cts, each
Pui'kuges over II and under '2:,..M els. ench
Package-* over '21 aiul under ,r»0..7.i cts. each
Packages over 50 at 1 cent per 1b
From Xew Westminster to Vale.
Less tban il lbs... 25 els. each
From 8 lbs. to 10 lbs Allots, eneli
From 10 lbs. to 25lbs 75 els. citcli
From 25 lbs. to 60 lbs ..81 00 each
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs SI 50 each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or ovcr..2cts, por lb
TO LYTTON ANI> POINTS BETWEEN
YALE  ANI)   LYTTON.
Loss than 2 lbs 25 cts. each
From 2 lbs. to 5 lbs 50els. eneb
Fromr,] lis. to 10 lbs 31 Oil each
From 10 lbs. "o251bB 10els. per Ib
From 25 His. to 75 lbs 8 cts. per lb
Over75 lbs IIcts. perlb
To Hponcc's Bridge, Nleoln.Suvmm, Kamloops, Cnchc Creek nnd Clinton, 20 cts.
per lb.
To Uarknrvlllc and all  points between
Barkerville and Clinton ..25 els. perlb
On C. 0. D. and valuable packages ono
per cont. ou value In addition lo ordinary
rntes.
MONEY  RATES
Belwi-rn Victorin nnd Sew Westminster,
38 CTS. PER $100.
Remittances insured against all risk at
" Lloyd's."
MUXK   B.  HAHVtRII,
Manager B, C. Express Co.
FRED. HOMER, Fiiont Ht.,
iiuate Agont New Westminster.
MU8IG
MISS E. A. JAMIESON Is prepared to
give lessons on the Pianoforte toa
Ited number of pupils.   Applications
will bo received at the muusi* between the
hours of i and 0 o'clock p. m., until the
121 b Inst.
Wew Westminster, Aug. I, 1681.     au2l2
ADVANCE!
British   Columbia!
CITY JAKERY!
Frederick Kimble
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE that be has
taken tbo above Business of Mr. L.
Willie, and asks for a liberal amount of
the public support, by bis strict attention
to business. au2tl
Land Registry Ordinance-1870.
North East part (10 aereii) of Lut 307,
Group I., New Westminstor
District,
WHEREAS TIIE CERTIFICATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth lo the
North East, corner of tlir above mentioned
Lot, bearing date thu 23rd day nf Jane,
1832, has been lost and application bus
been'made for nduplicate or such (Vrilil-
eute, Notico is therefore hereby given
that such duplicate will be issued, unless
cause be shown to the contrary In writing
within one montli from tlio data lioreof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
Now Westminster District,
aoth July, 18*1. nti2ml
Notice to Mariners!
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN tbat a
new Channel has been found through
the Sand Heads of the Fraser River, with
8 feet at low water summer springtides.
It Is marked with black buoys number*
eil consecutively from 1 tot). A red buoy
is moored on tbe South Sand Head, In
steering for this channel vessels must
keep on tbe lending murks at Howe
Sound toclearJbeSiMidllcadsuntiltbirry
Hush bears N. E. byK. magnetic nnd then
steer for it; puss ',.-; cable distant on the
south side of the black buoys, and niter
passing No. 0 steer for No.j5 falraway
b'loy and pass It on cither side, and
thence to Garry Point entrance to Fraser
River.
Tlie Sand Heads Lighthouse bears S, Hfl
deg. E. magnetic, 1 milo il cables distant
front No. 1 buoy.
There Is 5 feet at   low water summer
spring tides in the old or south channel,
F. REVELY.
Agent. Dept. Marino A Fisheries.
Victoria, B. C, 2tltb July, 1881.        au2!2
U A T T 'fi VEGETABLE
XLaL-LS   SICILIAN
Hair Renewer.
The Best Is the Cheapest.
Safety I Economy It Certainty of Good
Remit! tit
These qualities nro of prime importance In tha
selection of a preparation for tbo hair. Do not
experiment with new remedies which may do
harm rather than good; but profit by the ex*
^nence ot otu-».. „-,, _nA ^ vUh ^^
confidence an at tide which everybody knows
to be good, Hall's Hair Ben-ewer will not
disappoint you.
PREPARED BV
B. P. Hall & Co.,Nashua,N.H.
Sold by all Druggists.
MONUMENT-.
Plauant m syrup; nothing equals it
il a worm medicine* the name ii Mother
GrtvM' Worm Exterminator.
And a host of afflictions ovor which medicine has little or no control. Tbey havo
been many years boforo tlio peoplo of
Canada, and nro moro used than ever,
which speaks bettor for them than nny
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars with testimonials free.
mhlWra
A. N0BMA1V. H, E,
nsroTiOB-
VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN, that I
Vi intend making application to the
Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase jh* acres of
iinstoral land in the Osoyoos Division of
Hu- District of Yule, and described as follows: Commencing nt the a F,. corner of
Hoc, 25, Township 8, nnd running theuco
North R0 chains; itience West -It) chains;
thence South W) chains; thence East -10
chains, to point of commencement,
THOH. GREENHOW.
Okanagan, R. C, 2nd July, lfBi.    f JlyOomS
CONTRACT
HE UNDEBSiaNEI) WIU, LET A
_ cnnlriicttowlilU-inpii or Indiana for
onltln. loon crmlH ut shingle blocks, nut
up nl Mm rate of 100 cords per montli. will
pay IB per cnril, ami will furnish tools nnd
ll house to live In. 11. STEVENSON,
let-tin tJtillllwhMk.
T
TO CONTRACTORS
GKAl,l-;i> TRNDBRS will he received
O up to the 7th dny of An-iuyl nextfor
the erection of n lteforme'l liplHCoptll
Church In this city, flans and siiooUlca*
tlons of the work can be sen at the olliee
of Mr. W. I). Ferris.
The lowest or any tender nol necessarily
accepted.
W. D, FERRIS,
W. B. TOWNSEND,
Church wardens,
T. H. MATHERS, M. 1).,
Seo'y Voslrv.
New Westminster, ffllth July, ins-i.    [2flt3
PUBLIC  NOTICE,
mENDERS WILL DE RECEIVED hv
]_ the undersigned up lill (Saturday,
2nd August, 1884, for removing Prairie
Public Hebool House a distance of about
one mile and a half to a site on the southeast side of the Langley Trunk Road.
Plans and specifications can bo soon nt
tho residence of the Trustees, Chas. J,
Robinson and .lohn Jolly, Langley Prnirie. Bonds will bo required for thosufeiy
of the building while remoVlilK.
The lowest or uny tender not necessarily
accepted,
ROBERT MOKEE,
Seo. Hoard uf Trustees.
Langley Prnlrlo, 23rd July, 1831,       20(0
IH HEREBY GIVEN that I have mado
application lot he Chief Commissioner
of Lauds and Works, B. ('., to purchase
610 aeres of pasture land situate In Nieola-
Kamloops Dint.
Suld land lies about 5 miles S. E. from
Cnnpuoron Lake and extends In an easterly direction from stake No. Ito stake
No. 2,100chains; thence South 00 chains
to stake No, il; thence West KM chains io
stake No. I; nnd Nortii GO chains to start-
iim poiut.
The land Is bounded on the west by
easterly line of I.. Oulchon's purchased
land, on east by small creek, on south by
Upper Nicola river, and nortii by Crown
lands.
C. M. BEAK
Jlyl()m2
Douglas Dake, Upper Nicola,
June Ulh, irsI.
 Wu Have on Hand-
ALE and STOUT
(Quarts in Glnss),
T. k L,
(All Brands, at Factory Prices),
HAVANA    CIGARS,
 AND	
California Matches!
KYLE & TILTON,
Front St.,  New Westminster,
I'lySOto)
COLUMBIA STREET,
B, 0
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Fruit and Confectionery.
Hotels ond Private Families will stive
money by pm-cluuiing tlieir supplies nt
tins Store ns nll Ooods arc sold nt BOTTOM PRICKS.
Consignments of Fruit will receive tlio
strictest attention.
Orders from the country carefully nt-
tended to.
Ooods delivered iu any part of tlit
eity free of charge.
Mcdonald  bros.
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CALEDONIAN
ST,
IFIC-ITiai
—ON	
| Ifl im .t-.uj-.uuui
—AT THE—
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
New Westminster, H, C,
FROORAMMB.
GAMES A SPOUTS,
JUnons—Senator Mclnnes, Messrs ijiitl-
law, Boss and Hiinkiii.
full hit* the Henry Stono, 21 lbs ,.,.m oo
"       »   Light     "      17 lbs --
Quoits, 21 yards.... ,
Tossing Onbor, ih ft, long, (i inches In
diameter at butt	
Pole Vaulting .: >
Throwing Heavy Hammer, 18 lbs.,
handle.% ft 8 00
Throwing   Light  Hummer,   12 lbs.,
handle :,% feet , ., u oil
RUNNING A JUMPINO.
JUDaKH—ti. IJltiek,   Drs. McLeod A Mc-
Hwaln.
[No Weighls allowed lu Jutnplng.j
Punning Long Jump $s 00
Punning Hop, Hlcp and Jump 8 oo
Standing High Jump » oo
" I/nig    '■      8 00
Punnhii; Hltrb Jump 8 00
Hurdle Font Ituee, jmiviinls i| (H)
*" " 800 yds, 0 hurdles., 8 00
Old Mnn'8 Knee, '2W yards fi 00
Married I,tidies' Haee, 100 yurds H 00
Girls'ltnoo, under 16 yopra aoo
'         (I    "     2 00
Wheelbarrow Pacts r> oo
Hack Itilet* 4 00
Long Paco 7 00
Tug nf Wur 4 m
DANCING.
JtmoBfl-Mi-R. Mclnnes, Mrs. Lnldlnw.nnd
Mrs. L. ft Bonson,
Highland Fling «-| oo
Glule Galium, sword Dunoo _ oo
Sootflh Peel o oo
Heoleh Peel, for Ladles || 00
Pest Highland Costumo, men (| 00
"        " " IndlcB fl 00
Pest I'lper, Peel Music g 00
11     "      March und Pibroch 8 00
(JlyOOtd)
Private   School.
TiTISS ALPORT will re-oncn Iter School
1Y1  on Monday. Aitgmit 18th.   Will also
be prepared to take pupils for tho Pianoforte.
Now Westminster, B, 0. JlyWml
Note Lost!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a certain note dated December, 1881,
given by P. W. Deano to Wlllinm Ttirn-
bull.forjj.'-u.oo, has boen lost and all parties are cautioned against dealing in any
wlse.wltlt or negotiating the same.
WM.  TURNBULL.
Dated 3rd July, 1881. JlyQinl
JUST   RECEIVED
 A Consignment of—-
San Juan Lime!
From the "EUEKKA CO.," wliich wo
oiler at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICE
jyoio
HOMER & SON.
Columbia College!
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
visiToit, malum «r sen. tVc»lmln»l«r.
I-RIX<'IIMI. IHI.H llnwaoni
VK't-l-ltlMH'lI,, MlaaK.Dawson.
Next Term Begins Sent. Snd.
num. French, Music, Drawing nnu Washing cxint.
APPLY TO THE PRINCIPAL.
SAPPERTON,
New Westminster, Britisli Co-
l tannin.
l-ATBON, Tbr Narqnla or Ionic.
THIS IS A DIOCESAN SCHOOL tor the
highor education or llnys und Young
Men, cmbruclng also ti Junior nnd Preparatory Department.
IVch [Inclusive] per milium, $..3, Tho
only exlrns aro for Hooks, French, German mul Slugitig.
Next term opens Sontemher 8. Apply
for prospectus to the Principal,
Jlj'ffllcas     HEV. C. .1. IlllENTON, M.A.
O. R. & N. CO.
NEW  SCHEDULE!
N FOTCBK THE KTEAMEIt
ill
 WILL   LEAVE—
EVERY   SUNDAY
At l -j, in.  Leave Santtlo samo tlutc nt
inlilnlUlit; loavo l'-ut Townsend Mutuliiy
morning al h ovlut-k; ui-rivini,- at New
Westminster nn 'hiesilliy iii'nhnut noon.
Returning, leave
raster
Via tlie Islands,
EVERY   WEDNE8DAV
C. B, CLANCEY, Agont.
E G. PRIOR,
Direct Importer ami Denier in
STEEL
 AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Solo Agent for
lleerlng Twine Uliiih-rs Buckeye Mow*
em, WntMon Hulky Knke, lleoitler
Drill A- Broiulrar.1 Herder,
Hii) louder*,    riuillinni   Hugon*,
MlnucHotit Chit*  Tlir.sliers,  Elf.*  Kir.
Flaxiet Tr. Cultivator*,
NOTICE.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C. .
feHHJm
IE
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
LiMSL'liMJU
(lyfflyi)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that my
wife, E. A. Deane, holds my power
of attorney during my absence, for tho
collecting of rents, interest, und the sell
ing of property, So.
Jyisto
R W. DEANE.
LTJM¥1R
SF-RKES
SHUEiS
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and "Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap Tor cash..
BRICKS AND LIME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish td clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantr
age to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month arc to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
wc intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
roval mn plming mills co,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
 Je<-to     .	
8ECOND-HAND
PIANO
FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
NOTICE.
ON AND AFTEIt THIS I'ATE THE
Exprei-H lor Yule und above will clone
at 12 111, on Monday-*. Wcilm-sdavH and
Frliiuyn. For Vletorla- Mondays, Wert*
nesdpyB and Fridays at o p.m.
V, HOMER,
Je2I-tc    ' Aet. B.C. Ex. Co.
jly23tc T. R. PEARSON k CO.
C. P. N. CO. aiMITED.)
NO   CHANGE
 IN THE	
UP-RIVERSERVIOE,
§TEAMEKfl WILL CONTINUE to lenvo
New Wc>fdminuter for Hopo (calling
nll wny ports) as usual, evory WEDNESDAY and HATURDAY morning, nt R
o'cloek.
JNO. IRVING, THOS. L, BUIOGS.
Manager. Agent.
 (jyiato) "
Port My!
ToCapitalists, Investors,
Speculators, Land
;,-■ &c.
THE  UNDERSIGNED
is authorized to offer for
sale in shares,
Lot 104, Group I.,
Port Moody, containing 130
acres, more or less. This property is centrally situated, about
% of a mile from the Harbor
Front, at either the Machine
Shop Reserve, the Railway
Wharf, or the end of the North
Road. It is nearly level land,
easily cleared. The North Road
runs along one side of it, and
the Clarke Road close to the
other side. The adjoining property is held at from $600 per
acre up.
PRICE $300 PER ACRE
In shares of not less than 5 acres.
For Terms of Payment and
other particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., New Westminster
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-THE CELEBRATED-
Acknowledged liy all MustuianH to have
NO SUPERIOR
t\ In Canada.
__zL  OF THESE  azL.
FINE INSTRUMENTS
Just Received from tlie Factory, and
\       now ou exhibition.
We offer these flrst-class Organs at extremely lov prices for cash. Call and
see them.   \
T. R. Pearson & Co.,
New Westminster. Sole Agents for British Columbia.
HAVING ESTABLISHED
Immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, we are
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up iu quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at much cheaper rates than formerly, A test lot will prove
this fact. Our stock also uf
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN k CO.,
myJil-tc Gov't St., Victoria.
1TOTICE.
WE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
wo Intend making application lo
the Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Works for permission to purchase five un*
surveyed islands in Fraser Kiver, lying to
the south of lot 458, group I, und containing IW acres, more or less.
HENRY A. HICKB.
JAMES MOItAN.
June 171h, 1681. -       je21-2m
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have mndo
application to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victorin, to
purchase 321) acres of pasture land, situate
nenr tho upper Nicola river, and tho
Junction of C. M. Beck's creek and adjoins land sought to ho purchased hy C.
M.Bcak on May 28th, 1881.
The Innd I wnnt commences at Beak's
South West corner stnki*, from thence due
EtiH( 80 chnins tostnko marked "Greaves,"
thence duo Nortii ■!() ohntns to stake
marked "Grcuvofi," thonee due West 80
dhultis to Htuko marked "Greaves," thenee
South 40 chains to starting point-con*
tnlning 820 acres,
J. B. GREAVES.
DougliiH Lake, June 20th, 188).       JIyJ8m2
WE HAVK JUST OPENED AT
W. J. French's Old SUad
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply tho
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt nnd
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND—
General tai Produce, &c,,
Whero thero will always bo found a good
supply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERKD FREE OF
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders being left at tho office.
We respectfully solicit the patronage
of the Public.
tsr Remember the stand—TWO Boors
below Tripp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Managers at Market.
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jtyotc Mauager Fishing.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
durum Capital $i,Mo,m
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME COMPANY,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders Is
unsurpoued by any Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the polioy
holders cannot be misled as to thefr contracts.
Km statements to the public can be readily understood, Us cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expended. -
Its position Isascertalned annually from
- detailed valuation in whicli every Item
of liability It Included.
Us progress has been unoxamplod In
tho lifstory of tusurauco in Canada.
Its policies ore Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfcitable after two years-
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable nails. The profltH to one olass of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, whioh
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
J. K. MaoDONAU),
Managing Director,
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New Westminster,
Je7-2mo-alternate,
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
WILLIAM MM,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
 jaie-to
ST. MARYS CARRIAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(iNConi'OUATBn.)
Capital,   §48,000.
A Division of Surplus Hloek will  tako
placo on
OOTOBBR 2a,iaa«
SUBSCRIBE NOW.
SHAKES for SALE $2 EACH.
This is (he best investment In the country. Send for prospectus nnd full particulars to
JAS. THOMPSON,      H. A. L. WHITE,
President. Sec'y-Trenc.
St. Mary's, Ont.
AGENTS WANTED.^ COMMISSION.
Westcott House!
PORT HAMMOND. B.C.
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
MRS. WESTCOTT begs to an noil nee to
the travelling public thut she has
leased the hotel at Port Hammond latuly
occupied by Mrs. Sinclair, which sho hus
entirely rearranged and neatly furnished
new throughout, and named us nbovr-.
The house will be conducted strictly as a
flrst-class country hotel, where travellers
may at nil times depend upon finding
best accommodation und pollle attendance at reasonable prices, Jyt)m3
D.
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
CENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, B. Ci
M:
R. DOCKSTtiADER also comlueti
in connection with his Store, a
Boarding House I
AND   RESTAURANT,
Where travellers can always be accommodated with comfortable, clean lodgings and meals cooked in the very beat
style and consisting of every delicacy the
market affords in its season, at moderate
prices. J28m3
Latest Arrivals!
 -AT	
MSS.
EMMA G01D1
Just Received,  EX  STR. IDAHO, a
magnificent stook of
Latest Style Sloes!
From one of tho beat manufactories In:
tlie world. Theso shoes embrace oil the
finer lines, and aro of a stylo and quality/
NEVER   BEFORE   SEEM
In tills Provinco.
yourselves.
Calt and examine for
-ALSO-
From 75 cents to ftUiO per yard.
The Largest Stock of
Gentlemen's Hats.
The best styles, uid tho best value, in
the oity. je28to ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—First Insertion, 8 cts. per Une; subsequent Insertions,
•1 eta. per line.
Regular Commercial and Business Advertisements.—l column, 812 per month;
Ji col., 87 per month; % col., 31 per month;
glnohcH, 32 per month; 1 inch, $1.50 per
montli. Theso rates to be charged on
standing advertisements which remain
over 8 month*-. If for a less period the
rates will be: 1 col., 815 per month; \i, col.,
80: % col., $5; 2 inches, 98; 1 inch, 62.
Specials, among reading in utter.—First
Insertion, 10 ots. perllne; subsequent insertions, 5 ots. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 81 each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, 50 cts. extra.
—r All transient advertisements will be
words lo the lino. Display lines must bo
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement inserted for loss than 81.00.
liu gtitteh Cdnmbuui.
Saturday Morning,  August 3, 18*1,
Tbe Brclhreu or Union Lodge or A. F<
A A, M. an requested to attend on Mob.
day, the 4th Inst., for (he purpose mt
■unking arrangements Ar laying lhe
corner slone of the Kplseapal Church
In Surrey.     (Signed)    WA. HOWAY.
Snowsuoe Oreek, Cahiboo.—The
Snowshou Company, whicli has been
three years engaged in running a tunnel on Snow-shoe creek, are nearing
bedrock. They have got gravel whioh
prospects ten cents to the pan, with
excellent indications.--Colonist.
The railway track is now laid 11
miles beyond Lytton.
The Fulton Market, Oolumbia st,
is doing a rushing business.
The Port Moody road is now iu excellent condition for driving.
The str, Idaho will bo duo from Tacoma noxt Tuesday morning.
Weather continues dry und very
favorable for harvest operations.
Miss Alice Howay haagono to toach
thu publio school nt Port Moody.
Tho establishment of Ah Loy & Co.
was burned at Kamloops last week.
It is believed the boundary award
has been decided in favor of Ontario.
Miss E. A. Jamieson wishes to secure a few pupils on tho piano.    See
udv.
Mr. Lyon, M, P. P. for Algoma, Imi
resigned his scat in the Ontario legislature.
Three coses of drunk constitute the
entire police court programtno since
last issue.
Mr. Frederick Kimble has purchased
Mr. L. Willie's bakery on Oolumbia
st.   See adv,
Ohinamen continue to scoop out the
bull-heads in immense quantities at
Ewen's whnrf.
The Scott Act has been carried in
Arthabaska County, Que., by about
1,000 majority.
On Wednesday night the run of fish
wns very small. Thursday night it
was fairly good.
Tho Goo. E. Starr has given up
chasing tho Eliza Anderson, and will
go on Borne sensible business.
Tho Band of Hope meeting will be
held in the leeture room of the Methodist church at 2:30 this afternoon.
Chas. Crocker, the millionaire merchant and railway king uf San Francisco, is visiting Vancouver Island.
Quite a number of nur citizens are
enjoying the invigorating breezes and
charming scenery nt Burrard Inlet.
Tho customs receipts tit Victoria fur
July amounted so 978,135, an increase
of (f8,856 over snmo poriod last year.
Rev. Mr. McKay arrived by the str.
yosemite yesterday, nnd will occupy
tho pulpit in St. Andrew's church to*
morrow.
Rer. O. B. Allen delivered a lecture
last Tuesday in the school room at
Ladner's Landing. Thero was a large
attendance,
Tho foundation of the additions to
the asylum is being laid, and the
framework of the physician's residence
is already up.
Miss Maggie Sweet, of the North
Arm, haa boen engaged to teach the
Gabriola Island school, nud leaves for
Nanaimo this morning.
Great complaints aro made nbout
the disorder which is sometimes indulged in by young buys attending the
Bluo Ribbon entertain monts.
Why do tho disinterested Port Moody
property holders take such troublo to
secure the defeat-of the branch railway scheme? Surely it isn't patriotism!
A horso and buggy belonging tu Dr.
Trew ran away yesterday from Holy
Trinity church and camo tearing down
Oolumbia street The buggy was badly
smashed.
A correspondent nt the North Ann
says: On Monday Messrs. McMyn
Bros, began to reap a 30 acre field of
oats, which is perfectly ripe nt this
early date.
A party of about 00 went up to the
fish hatchery on Thursday night and
hnd a dance in the new building.
Thoy returned about 1 o'clock yesterday morning.
Rev. Mr. Hemlaw, of Nicola, will
preach in the Methodist church tomorrow, and at Port Moody in the
nfternoon. Rev, Mr. Watson goes to
Victoria this morning.
The remains of Geo, C. Webster, sun
of Mr. J. A. Webster, arrived from
California on Wednesday. On Thursday the funeral took place in this city,
.and was largely attended.
An astronomer declares that Jupiter
is in the state that our earth was in
34,000,000 years ago. Those who can
remember back 34,000,000 years will
understand what this means.
Misi S. J. White, M. E. L„ has
been appointed to the Sumas school,
nnd leaves for up-river this murning.
She carries away tho best wishes of a
large circle uf frienda in this city,
A correspondent at Chilliwhack
sends us the following items! Haying
is suing on vigorously; weather beautiful; fall wheat cutting has begun;
cereal crops and roots generally good;
market dull.
Miss Alport announces that hor private school will re-open on the 18th
inst. She has just purchased a very
beautiful new piano (imported from
Henry F. Miller, Boston, by T. R.
Pearson & Co.), and is now prepared
to take pupils in music
The ingenuity of a man in New
York seems to nave demonstrated the
important faet thnt perfectly good illuminating gas can be made from oity
garbage nt a trifling cost. Experiment* conducted a few days ngo before a large number of experts and
.others were highly satisfactory.
In its last issue the Guardian vo*
peats its falsehood about the condition
of the oity prison, nnd goes for Dr.
Trew because ho contradicted it, Wn
have the authority nf Mr. Moresby,
?overnor of tho prison, for saying that
>r. Trew is perfectly correct, and tho
numerous reports from grand juries
who have visited and examined tho
prison substantiate this view fully,
Another Heavy Sale.-—The policy
of the local government continues tp
"ruin" the oountry. The-Hastings
Company's property, comprising lots
196 and 181 (304 seres) the mill and
outbuildings, store and contents, timber leases, etc., has been sold for
$275,000. The logs, etc., were to be
taken nt a valuation.—Colonist.
Railway Accident.—On Friday of
Inst week, as the train approached a
smull tunnel abuve tho suspension
bridge, the roof uf the tunnel collapsed and fell immediately in front
ofthe engine. It was impossible to
stop the train, which crathod through
the debris, frightening everybody almost to death.   Fortunately no person
was hurt.
 ■»
The Island Railway.—It is understood that actual wurk on tho Island
railway will be commenced in tho
course uf a few weeks and that the
work will ho given out in a way that
will cnablo men of small means to
compete for limited sections. The
plan will be made know shortly. It is
gratifying* to know that tho great undertaking will bo commenced so Boon
iind that a large number of laborers
will find employment thereon during
the fall and winter.—Colonist.
James Ellard k Co. beg to inform
the Ladies of New Westminster that
thoy have secured tho servioes of Mrs,
W. A. Charles, a first-class Dressmaker,
late of Ban Franoisco, to take full charge
of their Dressmaking Department.    *
Mechanics' Institute.—Tho meoting of subscribers called for Wednesday
last, has been adjourned to Monday
next, 4th August, nt 8 o'clock p.m.
All subscribers nre urgently requested
to attend. *tl
Dangerous.—A number of Indians
havo camped just beyund tho Royal
City Planing Mills. Their canip is
upon the shavings aud sawdust, and
there they build their fires. Should
the sparks from these tires happen to
light nmong the shavings at night, a
conflagration sueh as has never been
known in this city might be the result.
It is nut right that valuable property
should thus be endangered, and these
Indians ought tu be required to move
their camp at once. There is plenty
goud camping ground elsewhere. The
camp iB not unly dangerous, but it is
tho scene of very disgraceful proceeding*.
Travelers' Vexations.—The itn.
Eliza Anderson nnd Geo. E. Starr
have lately become very irregular in
their movements, and great is the
vexation uf travelers thereat. The
Anderson announces that sho will sail
at 8 o'clock in the morning, and the
Starr that she will leavo right after
the Anderson. If at 8 o'clock the
Anderson has not secured her quota of
passengers, she does not go. Inquirers nro told she will go when she gets
her number and not befure. Those
on the other boat get restive by noon,
nnd very impatient and cross by 3 or
4 o'cloek. By tho time they cannot
stand it any longer they chaugo boats,
or they go uver nnd buy tickets on the
Anderson to mako up tho requisite
number, and then return and take
passage on tlio Starr. The traveling
public do not liko these irregularities
nnd delays, and disregarding the difference in fares, in a majority of cases
bestow their patronage upon the highor
priced but moro reliable North Pacific,
Olympian, Mexico, and Queen of the
Pacific.-—Seattle Post.
Whdmno Bells.—On Wednesday
murning tho marriage of Maria Amy,
tho third daughter of the Ven. Archdeacon Woods, and Dr. R. I. Bentley,
was solemnized .at Huly Trinity church
in this oity. The service was in accordance with the usage of the Church
of England, followed by the celebration
of the eucharist, the officiating .priests
being tho Venerable Archdeacon of
Oolumbia and tho Rev. Charles Blan*
chard. Tho choir for the occasion wns
formed of the two senior (girls) classes
of the Sunday school, one of thom
boing tho bride's own class. The
hymns wero well and heartily sung,
Mr. Morey presiding at the organ.
The bride entered the church hy the
west door on tho arm of her brother,
Mr. Charles E. Woods, and was met at
tho entrance by hor eight bridesmaids,
Miss L. Woods, Miss E. Woods, Miss
Dickinson, Miss Homer, Miss Pooley,
Miss Trew, MissN. Trew, and Miss Corbould. As the bridal procession entered
hymn 350 was sung. The bridegroom
was attended by Mr. Gordon Gamble,
of Viotoria, who acted ai groomsman,
As the bride and bridegroom loft
church tho Wedding March waa played
by the organist. There was a large
attendance of spectators, and everybody wus pleased with the charming
appearance of the bride. She woro a
petticoat uf cream figured silk, with
train and bodice of nun's veiling, both
bodice and petticoat trimmed with
clusters uf orange blossoms, myrtle
and jessamine. Clusters of the tamo
were worn in the hair, under the tulle
veil. The dresses of the bridesmaids
wore of nun's veiling, two pale green,
two pink, and four of cream color,
cream lace caps, with deep crimson
roses; and each bridesmaid oarried a
basket of beautiful flowers, the gift of
tho bridegroom. Aftor the service the
wedding party adjourned to WoftUfnot
at the reotory, whioh was followed by
an "at homo," when a large number
of friends presented their congratulations. The bride and bridegroom left
by the str. Yosomito for an extensive
eastern trip, They will go by the
Northern Pacifio Railway, and will
spend several weeks in Ontario.
The Oolumoian oners congratulations
and best wishes.
 ^	
Tho curative power of Ayer's Sarsaparilla is too well known to require the
specious aid of any exaggerated or fictitious certificate. Witnesses of Its
marvelous cures arc to-day living in
overy city and hamlet of the land,
Write for names if you want home
evidence.
From Cache Creek.
Cache Greek, July 30.—A white
man named Win. Abieahire struok another man named Carey at Barnes'
hotel, Thompson River, with a shovel
on the head. This occurred on Monday. On the following day Carey died,
Abicshiru mounted n horso and is now
striving to eseapo across the bordor.
Ho was seen by Indians near Savona
nn hour ago nnd Mr. Hussey, government agont, haa offered one hundred
dollars roward for his apprehension.
Tho coroner will hold nn inquest tomorrow,
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Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics.—
D. S. Curtis ft Co, Jyl2te
Farewell Address.
At the Blue Bibbon entertainment
last Wednesday night there was a goud
attendance, and the following pro-
gamme was presented: Chorus by the
choir; solos by Mrs. Francis, Miss
White and Mr. H. L. DeBeck; instrumental trio by Prof. Francis, Mr. Darcy
and Miss DeBeck; readings by Mrs.
Jas. Cunningham, and Mr. Fred
Howay. At the closo of the programme
Miss Martha Grant, on behalf of the
club, read the following address:
Miss S. J. White, M.E.L.—Deab
Madam.-—The members of the Blue Ribbon Club of New Westminster* deeply
conscious of the obligations under which
they ure placed to you, cannot allow this
opportunity to pass without presenting
some acknowledgment of their indebtedness. They wish to assure you that they
will ever preserve a grateful remembrance
of the kinkness and courtesy which have
induced you to contribute in such an important degree to the success of the various public entertainments which they
have given during yonr residence in this
city. The valuable aid you have rendered on all sueh occasions has boen to
them a source of unmingled pleasure,
while tho readiness with wliich you have
sacrificed personal feelings and convenience in order to comply with their
numerous demands has won for you their
unqualified esteem aud admiration. Hoping that you will not measure their appreciation of your various acts of kindness by the extent of the accompanying
gift, they would desire also to express
the wish that your future pathway may
bo one of continued prosperity and joy,
and that the same kind Providence whioh
has hitherto watched over you may add
yet many years of pleasure, and reward
a life of usefulness by a crown and kingdom which shall never fade. Signed on
behalf of the Bluo Ribbon Club. W. R.
Austin, pres't.; H. L. DeBeck, vice.
Miia Whito was presented with a
very beautiful writing desk, fur which
Bho returned thanks in a few appropriate remarks. After the publio meeting was dismissed a business meeting
was held at whieh the following officers
were elected: Rev. G. B. Allen, president; Rev. C. Watson, Vice; Mr. W.
R- Austin, 2nd vice; Mr. H, L. De-
Beck, sec. It waa decided to havo no
refreshments at the entertainments
during the summer.
Si. Alice Wells.
HOT SULPHUR 8WIMC8 OF HARMON LAKE.
Few of the inhabitants of British
Columbia are aware that, in close proximity to this city, warm sulphur
springs exist of wonderful curative
properties unrivalled by many other
medicinal warm springs in other parte
of the world where multitudes are
attracted for health or pleasure. From
various causes these springs have hitherto attracted little or no attention,
mainly, perhaps,.because no analysis
of the water has been made, and its
medicinal properties have been scarcely known at all. For many genera*
tions the Indians have been accustomed to resort to theso springs, with
the very best- results to those who
were suffering from various ailments.
The following extract from a report to
the ehief commissioner of lands and
works, made in October, 1873, by Mr.
John Fannin, is the only public no*
tice we have seen of these springs:
"At the foot of the (Harrison) lake, to
the right, and about half a mile from
its junction with the river, is situated
a hot spring,
THE STEAM ARISING
from whieh can bo seon from some dis
tance as we approach it. The existence of this spring has been known
for years; but I am not aware that
any particular attention has been paid
to it, or the medicinal properties of
its waters determined. For aught we
know it may be as valuable as the hot
springs of California, which constantly attract invalids from this country. The Indians have for a long
timo been in the habit of using it in
certain cases of sickness, and the plan
they ndopt is this: A piece of cedar
bark is placed on the ground at the
edge of the spring from where the
steam is rising, and the invalid, covered with a blanket, sits in a crouehed
position on this bark for hours at a
time; and if they are to be believed,
many cures havo been effected. To
test the temperature of tho water we
threw in a salt salmon, which was
cooked in a few minutes." These
springs are situated, as stated in tho
above extract, at the foot of Harrison
Lake, close to the shore line, and the
hot water running into tho lake
mingles with the ice-cold lake water.
This makes an admirable place for
bathing, as any desirable temperaturo
may bo found by keoping close to tho
shore or a short distance from it. This
temperature is preserved during the
wholo year. The flow is continuous, and
probably does not vary to any extent.
The distance from Harrisonmouth by
steamer is about 12 miles; from Harrison station on the C. P. R. 7 miles;
from Agassis (Ferney Coombe) 4 miles.
The situation is
MOST CHARMIN<],
K at the extreme western end
of Harrison Lake, whieh has a
length of nbout 60 miles, with a
breadth varying from 2 to 4
miles. This beautiful sheet uf
water is dotted here and tho*.- with
islands of tho muat lovely and picturesque character, and tho lako is surrounded by grand and majestic mountains, clothed with timber and verdure,
and in some eases covered with por-
petual snow, the white caps lowering
aloft and glittering in the pun like su
many diadems. Here and there sloping points extend out into the wnter,
and between theso are small bays with
sand or gravel beaches, affording ample
protection from any wind, add terming
admirable places for camping or pic-
nicing. The clear green water of the
lake, contrasting so well with the various surroundings, makes the' scenery
charming to a degree seldom if over
equalled by any resort un tho Pacifio
coast. In fact the region of Harrison
Lake generally is so distinguished for
the variety and beauty of its attractions that it is sure to attract attention
as a favorite spot for those in search
of pleaiuro and recreation. Its accessibility, coupled with its other advantages, gives it a prominence which
must command attention. Yachting
and canoeing are here afforded n greater
scope than at any other point we know
of.
FINE   FISHING
may bo found in any of the mountain
streams that abound; fair duck shooting is within easy reach; deer and
grouse are exceedingly plentiful; and
there is nothing wanting necessary to
the sportsman, the pleasure seeker, or
the invalid. The complete absence of
block flies, mosquitoes, or other noxious insects, is another notablo characteristic of Harrison Lake.   The tem
peratures of the water of some of the
celebrated hot springs areas follows:
Baden Baden, 154° Farh.; Carsbad,
Bohemia, 122; Teplitz, Bohemia, 120;
Paso Robles, Cal,, 110; Arkansas Hot
Springs, 148; while the hot sulphur
springs of Harrison Lako have a temperature of
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR
degrees! Tho water contains sulphuretted hydrogen in large quantities, and
an analysis lately made by W. T. Wen-
zel, Ph, G. M.D., professor of chemistry in the California College of Pharmacy, gives the following result: "Sulphate of sodium, sulphate of calcium,
sulphate of magnesium, chloride of
sodium, chloride of potassium, alumina, silica." In his report Prof. Wen-
zell says: "Tho total amount of solid
constituents contained in an imperial
wine gallon equals 89£ grains. The
character of the water is tlmt of a mild
aparient, the sulphate being by far in
the largest proportion." Our enterprising citizen Mr. J. C. Armstrong is
tho fortunate owner of these springs,
and we believe it is Iub intention at an
early day to ertct a hotel with suitable
appliances for a sanitarium so as to
afford the people au opportunity of
enjoying the advantages of this delightful resort next season.    In this we
wish him complete success.
.—. ***>
The most deadly foe to oil malarial
diseases Ib Ayer's Ague Cure, a combination of vegetable ingredients only, of
whioh the most valuable is used in no
other known preparation. This remedy
is an absolute and certain specific, and
succeeds when all other medicines fail.
A cure is warranted.
laid out by the govt, surveyor many
years ago. This really pleasant location
contains nearly ten acres and is situated
on a gentile incline gradually sloping to
False Creek, from 20 to 30 feet above
high water mark. It has also excellent
soil, dry and gravelly. A visit to this
charming locality will surely dispel any
false ideas about its being too wet. At
present this fine piece of land is worked
by the indefatigable John Chinaman,
who has about five acres under cultivation. John's only complaint is that the
laud is too dry to raise vegetables successfully. I should say this place Ib a
short half mile from the Methodist parsonage, Granville, and a road can be
made with very little expense. Our present govt, have dealt very liberally with
New Westminster district, and we are
correspondingly thankful; still we earnestly request that this piece of land may
be formally handed over to Granville for
a cemetery, and that the short term
prisoners may bo allowed to make a rood
to it. Want of time prevents further
remark on this subject at preseut.
     <a>	
M, Sheehan, of Oscoda, Mich., writes.
I have used Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil
ou horses for different diseases, and
found it to bo just as you recommended.
It lias dono justice to me every time,
and it is tho best Oil for horses I ever
used." Observe that the name "Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrie Oil" is on front of the
wrapper, as there are imitations of it,
Counting Noses.
Republicans claim that Mr. Blaine
cau be elected without the vote of New
York, and base their claim on tho foi
lowing figures:—
 6
Connecticut..
California	
Colorado	
Illinois	
Ind.ami	
Iowa	
Kansas	
Maine .0
Massachusetts 14
Minnesota .7
Nebraska J>
Nevada	
New Hampshire,,..
Ohio {
Oregon	
Pennsylvania ;
Rhode Island	
Vermont-
Wisconsin  .11
Total 203
They concede to the Democracy the
following States:—
From tbe Interior.
Rev. R, B. Hemlaw, who arrived
yesterday from tho upper country, reports crops about Nicola and Kamloops somewhat above the average, and
at Spallumcheen they are' simply magnificent. Hay will be short at Nieola
and Kamloops on account of the dry
weather. At Cash Oreek tho crops
are almost a total failure. Stoek is in
excellent condition, and the lato rains
have greatly improved the grass ranges.
There has been a considerable increase
in the quantity of stock since last
year. Through the interior generally,
especially at Spallumcheen, thero has
been steady improvement during the
past year or two. New settlers are
continually arriving, the area of land
under cultivation ha s been enlarged,
and new buildings have been erected.
Tho now government road from Nicola
Lake to Douglas Lako is nearly completed, and will bo a great benefit to
the settlers. Tho people complain
bitterly of the carrying monopoly,
and assert that, notwithstanding tbe
extension of the uilway, it costs more
now to carry goodB into the interior
than it did last year, A petition is
being extensively circulated asking for
the construction of a road from Nicola
to Hope so as to avoid existing monopolies, Throughout Spallumcheen
there is no liquor license, except ono
wholesale, and the people generally
are determined that none shall be
granted. Mr. Hemlaw is of opinion
that Spallumcheen is destined to be
the most important mid flourishing
settlement in British Columbia.
A lady from Syracuse writes: "For
about seven years before taking Northrop A LyttttUtV- Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure, I suffered from a complaint very prevalent with our sex. I
was unable to walk any distance or stand
on my feet for more than a few minutes
at a time without feeling exhausted, but
now I am thankful to say, I can walk
two miles without feeling the least inconvenience," For Female Complaints it
has no equal.
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From Granville.
("Correspondence of the Columbinn.)
Granville and the country surrounding
it seoins to be on the eve of a mighty real
estate boom. Daily we see the smiling
faces of rich land speculators noting the
property that is, and may soon be, for
sale ia this chosen spot. With nil its
desirability for a large continental tor-
minus, no matter what its detractors
may say to the contrary, Granville is the
best harbor on the inlet, anil the very
large tract of land encircling it, at present lying idle, will soon be utilized. Tlio
people hero nre merely waiting for that
land boom that is so surely coming in
tho near future. Late events aro a sura
harbinger of the grand results that will
so quickly follow. Stores, wharves,
ware-houses will be built with surprising
rapidity, and the hearts of the old residents of this locality will joyously gladden as the pleasing prospect draws ii"**1 ct*
of a lifo of ease and eonuw-«»icy—ftml
they certainly deserve it, 'titer their frequent disappointments and toil in tho
past. "Such is life." On this peninsula
naturo has been very lavish in all the re-
auiretnonts that will eventually make
ranvillo a large and prosperous city,—
good water, good anchorage in tho hay.
and thousands of acres of dry land
gradually sloping to tho harW. This
place is 10 miles nearer the sea-board
than Port Moody, nm) is a much better
location for a city in all ruspeete. Thin
fact is so well known that it is nocdlcss
to draw comparisons which could only
be vory unfavorable to I'ort Moody. All
that wc require is a little time to perfect
th* ni-rnnoements that will surety transform Granville Into a largo, busy, wealthy
city. Land within two miles of Granville sells readily at from $100 to §"->■"■''
per acre, this being rather at its prospective value for private residences, ns it
has uo actual worth for agricultural pin-
poses. Granville has a flnu harbor amply
protected from tho north-east, soutli-w- st
and west, and certainly requires no breakwater to afford perfect safety to vessels
from alt winds, Htrangers pleasure-seeking greatly enjoy boat sailing on this
beautiful bay; and to tins ii added the
comforts of home, blended with the luxuries of first-class hotels, and delightful
bathing in the warm salubrious waters of
Falso Creek, which is here attainable.
At present there are quite a number of
ladies and gentlemen here enjoying this
pleasant pastime, Still Granville with
all its apparent prosperity has a great
need, and it is a most urgent one—that
Is, the want of a publio cemetery, to
bury our loved friends and relatives when
they cease to tie witli us in this world.
Last year a public meeting was called
and three of our most influential citizens
were appointed to interview our govt.
members upon this subject, nnd nothing
has resulted from that step. At that
mooting it was remarked that there was
a govt, reserve for that purposo at the
southern part of Granville, and bordering
on False Crook. Now, Mr. Editor, can
you inform us if that piece of govt, reserve cannot ho made available for such
a good purpose, instead of causing tho
relations of the dead the unnecessary
anguish of mind in seoiug tlieir loved
ones jolted over a very rough road of 15
miles on thoir way to Sapperton, and
frequently through very inclement weather T It has now become a known
fact that nature has made one of the
most beautiful cemeteries on this coast on
this same piece of reserve thnt was wisely
From the Nortii Coast.
From Tuesday's Colonist.
Tho Bteamer Barbara Boscowitz, five
and a half days from Skeena river,
via all tho ports except Nanaimo, arrived lust evening, bringing Superintendent Roycroft, one Indian murderer und three Indian witnesses in
tho Yeoman's murder case. The superintendent reports that after leaving
Viotoria on tho 23rd of last month,
with Mr. Elliott, S. M., nnd Officer
Hough, tho Barbara Boscowitz reached
Skeona river on tho 28th ult. Finding
difficulty in getting canoes to ascend
tho rivor owing to the high stage of
the water they proceeded to Naaa
river, took a canoe and a crew of three
Indians from Port Simpson, and went
as far as Greenville on Naas river,
where they met with much difficulty
in procuring Indians to pack into tlie
Forks of Skeena, Had it not been
for the praiseworthy influence of an
Indian chief they would not havo succeeded in getting packers, word hnving beeu Bent down from the Forks
that if any saltwater Indians came up
with the officers thoy would be killed.
From Greenville the party went to the
head of navigation on tho Nans and
thence by trail to a point 35 miles below Skeena forks. They passed
through a valley from 50 to GO miles
in length, which Mr. Roycroft considers one of the best feeding sections
ho has over seen. It is well watered,
and timothy nnd wild hay abound.
The hills are low and the land is surprisingly fertile.
The. party with the assistance of Mr.
Wood, lay missionary, got a canoe and
crew which took thein on to Haslet on.
A report having reached tho Skeona-
forks Indians that another party of
officers wore coming over to take the
murderer, they imagined the superintendent's force to he a second party,
and were greatly alarmed at the idea
uf being surrounded. Much difficulty
was experienced in keeping the packers together, they being greatly afraid
of the interior tribes, and wishing
frequently to desert. The force
reached Ha:deton (Skeena Forks) on
Thursday, the 17th of July, and found
very few Indians at the village, they
having gone out to fish. The murderer of Yeomans was also out fishing.
The cliief was sont for, and he came
in the same night. A council wns arranged for 10 o'clock the next morning. The whole tribe attended the
council. Messrs. Elliott and Roycroft
addressed them, saying that the Queen
would not be content unless the murderer was given up, and that she never
suffered defeat; that the government
were thoroughly satisfied tho tribe
would understand thoir position and
surrender tho murderer. That was
the reason why so small a force had
been sent. After several speeches
Mr. Roycroft informed the chief that
he would remain in tbo village till the
murderer was brought in. This was
dono soon afterwards, and the superintendent arrested him at once and led
him to the mission-house next door,
nnd disarmed him of n knife. The
Indians demurred at the taking of the
man, but wero told that he would not
bo surrendered.
Council wns held tho day following,
the Hnckelgntes and tho Kittelas
tribes coming to the court fully armed.
Tho guns were left outside at the command of tho fiuperintonden^.);"'.','""
Indiana p»—-•-* 'M<"1 K1"ve3 m™ tll°
it-room, in nnd about whicli thoro
wt»ro gathered MO warriors. Mr.
Elliott presided, and after the witnesses for the prosecution hud been
examined, the murderer was cautioned
and advised not to mako a defense.
But ho said: "I felt when I hoard my
son was dead, and Charley Yeomans
had beon in tho place three days without telling mo, that Yeomans hud
killed my son. Somo one told melt was not my friend who told mo, but
an evil spirit thnt entered my heart-
to g.i and kill Yeomans. Then I
walked down and stabbed lum. I was
like a drunken man—furious—when 1
did it. The knifo taken off me hy
Mr. Roycroft is tho ono I killed Yeomans with; 1 feel vory sorry; but it
couldn't be helped; I will yo with the
polico and seo tho white tyhee; my
friends tell mo to kill myself; but I
won't do it; I ask all my friends to let
me go with the police—not to trouble
themselves about me; the white tylu-o
will look after me."
Mr. Elliott then committed the prisoner fur trial, and Mr. Roycroft and
Officer Hough conducted the old man
and three witnesses to a canoe and left
the same evening for Victoria. Mr.
Elliott, owing to Mr. Samparo, of the
Hudson Bay Co., feeling alarmed at
tho threatening attitude uf tho Indians,
decided lo remain nt tho Forks until
the next day. The next day, Mr,
Roycroft afterwards learned, the Indians left town and went back to their
fishing stations. YcomaiiB' most Valuable gooda have been brought to thu
mouth of Skeena rivor, and Officer
Hough will remain with thein till tho
next boat loaves for Victoria. Tho
weather was tiuo during the trip. Tho
heat was intense nnd tho pnrty were
greatly troubled with mosquitoes and
Hies. Thoy enjoyed excellent health
throughout, The murderer, who is
nbout 55 years of ago nnd has several
children, was committed to prison Inst
night. His conduct was most exemplary ou the way down. In going
through tho canyon whero his son was
drowned tho poor man showed intense
grief, crying bitterly and wringing his
hands. Supt. Roycroft tied him in
the bottom of the* boat, fearing thnt
ho would jump overboard, and after
the canyon had been passed the old
man said that but for being tiod ho
would have committed suicide.
Alabama 10
Arkansas 7
Delewnre	
Florida	
Oeorgie 12
Kentucky	
Louisiana-...
Maryland	
Mississippi 9
Missouri.. 10
New York ....
New Jersey	
North Carolina...
.South Carolina...
Tennessee	
Texas	
Virginia	
Went Virginia....
Total 19.1
The Democrats to elect their can
didato must carry New York and Indiana or New York, New Jersey, nnd
Connecticut. New York, by the nomination of Cleveland may be conceded
to the Democracy. Indiana, it therefore appears, will be the great battle
ground of tho presidential contest of
1884, nud Hendricks' nomination is
likely tu carry that state.
YESTERDAY'S  DESPATCHES!
(Sjtecial to the.Columbian,)
Mahseillks, Aug. 1. — There is a
marked decrease in the number of cholera coses throughout the cholera districts. The municipal council resolved
to erect a tablet to commemorate the
noble sacrifice of doctors and sisters of
charity who were victims of the epidemic. Dr. l'airas, who died yesterday,
will have a Btreet named alter him.
There were 7 deaths from cholera In the
department of Ardeohe,
Londok, Aug. 1.—A despatch from
Foo Chow to-day says there is a great
Sanic there. Foreigners are arming for
efence, ladies are leaving, and the
French consuls are preparing to go on
board the gun-boats.
Volumes of Bombast have been pub
lished about the multifarious and irreconcilably effects of many proprietary
medicines. The proprietors of Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery content themselves with facts susceptible of
proof, They state their Purifier to be
what it lias proved itself to be, an eradicate- of Dyspepsia, Constipation, Liver
and Kidney troubles, and a fine general
alterative.
Mada-jabcab.—The prevalent idea
that the whole interior of Madagascar
is clothed with immense forests must
give way before the recent discoveries
of M. Grandidier, a young French explorer, which have been communicated
to the French Academy of Sciences.
The above idea has been propagated
by erroneous charts ever since the
middle ages. Grandidier finds that
the whole eastern part of the highlands, extending over some two-thirds
of it. These hills rise to a height of
7,000 or 8,000 feet, and are intersected
by narrow glens and dried up lake
beds. They are bare of trees, and for
the most part covered with coarse
herbage. The western part of the
island is a plain, covered with grass or
tuft* of trees. A belt of timber encircles tho whole island near the coast,
and trees and grasses fringe the shores.
The water courses which traverse the
plain take their rise nenr the eastern
side of the island.
hon Directory.
The following Business Directory con*
talus only the names of persons whose advertisements appear In tbe Columbia*.
It will bo found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to de
business In this city. The names are given In alphabetical order:
Physicians.
)r. Bentley McKensle Street
r- fie^PS-T z ;• Church Btreet
r. Cheadle (Dentist).. Columbia street
>rs. MacI*od A MacSwain..Columbia St
)r. Mothers Front street
ir McGulre   .......    (.'Union
Dr. Trew McKensle Street
Lawyers.
R W Armstrong.. Columbia street
Corbould tt McColl McKensle Btreet
Insurance Agents.
W J Armstrong. Front Btreet
WD Ferris MoKensle street
T E Pearson A Co Columbia street
U D Hand Columbia street
Turner, Beeton A Co. Vletorla
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers.
MARRIED.
NEW3 FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
London, Eng., July 23.—The Canadians won the Kahpore cup at Wimbledon, The score was as follows: Canadian team, 665 points; English team, 600
points; Indian team, 576,
Pabis, July 28.—Le Figaro has a bitter article declaring that England never
helped, but always thwarted Franco.
Her friendship is false, and her alliance
with her hollow. Le Figaro advises
France to abandon relations with England, give up her prejudices and hatred
and make an alliance with Germany
Germany was aa honest enemy — she
would be an honest ally.
London, July 28.—The survivors of
steamship Laxliam, which collided with
the Spanish steamer Gijon, report that
on the evening of the collision thore was
a thick fog: Tne Ijixham was going slow,
and both steamers were sounding their
whistles. Tho Gijon struck the Laxliam
amidships, and the latter was nearly cut
asunder. Tho funnel fell and tho steam
pipe burst. Tlie chief engineer was horribly scalded. Most of the Lnxham's
crew boarded the Gijon. Capt. Lothian
tied his wife and child to himself, and
the three were hauled aboard the Gijon.
The Ltixbani sunk twenty minutes otter
the collision. It was not lone before the
Gijon began to settle. Terrible confusion
prevailed. The captain stood with a revolver in his hands, but was uuablo to
keep order, Tho passengers, and crew
were fighting for their lives. Boats were
lowered, filled to the gunwales, but thoy
could not accommodate half the peoplo.
Those fortunate enough to secure places
in them were obliged to keep off the
others with knives. The Gijon sank
how first. The quarter deck was crowded with men and womon, and the captain
and ofticers were standing on the bridge.
It is estimated that 1,-10 passengers per*
ished.
San FnANOisco, July 29.—To-morrow
tho Alia will publish the following:
"Baron Pierce de Bonnetnain, who has
been entertained in'the highest society
circles of this city for some time past,
and who has until within a few days
been stopping at Monterey, has disappeared, leaving many unpaid bills behind.
During his sojourn in oan Francisco he
borrowed of a Frenchman named Viae
94800.   This ho also failed to return."
Chicago, July 29.—The arrival of a
number of sick cattle having been reported at tbe Union stockyards in this
city an examination was mode by veterinary surgeons. They agreed that the
disorder is the Texas fever superinduced
by drinking water strongly impregnated
with alkali. The cattle have been secured in quarantine. Another train consisting of 12 cars containing 240 head of
cattle arrived this morning. They were
branded the same as the herd which
were found to be diseased. Fifteen were
found dead in the cars, 155 had been
thrown out dead on the way, and
a great many others were sick. Bra,
Paarin and gejvo]f^^jy^tJ(^~^
*!«»lnln1g those of yesterday, wore ordered
killed, making about 500 head in all. In
view of the fact that the cattle wero
thoroughly quarantined before killing, it
is not believed the trouble will extend
any further,
Mahsbim-ks, -luly 80.—Tho sale of
melons is prohibited. The cholera is
gaining in area what it has lost in intensity. It lias made its appearance in
Boine villages previously exempt. Owing
tn popular prejudice it is dangerous for
doctors to walk alone in tite suburbs at
night, ono doctor while visiting a woman
who had been seized with cholera being
assaulted by Iter eon, who drew a revolver nnd compelled him to leave the house.
Several other doctors have been assaulted.
London, July 30.—A dispatch from
Foo fjhow to the Times states that there
is great excitement in that eity among
foreigners and citlwms, The French
im-ii-of-war off tlio port arc under steam
and cleared for action. High authority
in Foo ('how, howevor, declares that
peace will certainly be maintained.
PARIS, July 30.—Advices from Shanghai state that the potci.tntu is pressing
tho Viceroy of Nankin tn obtain from
Pekin confirmation of tlie special commercial rights of Franco with the southern provinces. The Fronclt minister
offers to withdraw indemnity claims on
China if the privileges of the French are
extended.
London, July 30,—German, Austrian
and Italian delegates to the Egyptian
conference will support a compromise
on the Egyptian question, The terms
of the compromise are that a reduction
of ono-half of one per cont, on the interest on the Egyptian debt shall be
made it the revenue derived from the
land tax docs not reach the estimate.
Waddington, French ambassador, made
a tinal reference to the convention of the
French terms.
At Holy Trinity Church, New Westminster, on the Mth ult, by the Ven. the
Archdeacon of Columbia (father of the
orlde), assisted by the Rev. C. R. Blan-
chard, Maria Amy, third daughter of the
Ven. Charles T. Woods, to Richard Irvine
Bentley, Esq., M. IJ., third son of the late
Dr. John Bentley of Newmarket, Ont.
DIKII
WEBSTER.-On the Uth ult,, at Nord-
hoff, Ventura County, California, of
brain fever, need 10 years, George Cow*
per Webster of this city.
Per str. Amelia, from Victoria, July 30—
Mrs Brown, Mr aud Mrs Vulk, Miss Cough-
Ian, MIbs Armltage, Miss Cam, Minn Field,
Messrs MeKcnny, Grant, Reid, Waters,
GUmore, Vermllly, Frank, Miller, Tyre,
Flndlayson, several others and '24 Chinese.
Per Btr. Irving, from Up-river, Aug. 1—
Messrs Graham, Francisco, King, Smith,
Irwin, Fee,Turner,Cullaghan,Docksteader, MoKee, Ruwlinsoii, Patterson. Ilro-
phy, Hill, Thomas, Haney, MoPIiadeu,
Toiian, and 14others.
Per str. Yosemite, from Victoria, Ang.
l-Mrs Irving, sr, Mrs Cox, Mrs Johnston
and family, Mr and Mrs Mixer, Mr und
Mrs Redding, Mr and Mrs Hamilton, Miss
Burns, Miss Modegan, Miss Kirkland,
Messrs D Chlsholm, Abbott, R Ward,
Wadhams, Kirkland, McDonald, Burns,
Webb, Gray, and 10 others.
pEFORMED EPISCOPAL Church
XV Rev. G.B. Allen, Pastor. Sen-ices In
the Court House every Sunday st 11 a. m.
and 7 p. in. Sunday School ut 10 a. in.
All are Invited. Je7-te.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St,
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
11a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Reboot and
    "      liifflp.m,    "  '-	
Bible Olass 2:
Thursdays at   ..
cordially invited.
     . .. ...    Prayer Meeting on
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 "— ■--■*-• Je7-tc.
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A* If.-The regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    .    . held on the first Monday In each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially invited tonttend      WM. HOWAY,
fe23*to Secretary.
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Woods A Turner. Columbia street
Conveyancers, Lund Agents, Ae,
CroiiKdallc A Jones. Victoria
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Wm McLean Port Moody
C D Rand Columbia street
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D Docksteader. Port Haney
Jas Ellard A Co .Columbia street
Mrs Emma Gold Columbia street
Mrs M A Harper Chilliwhack
Kelly Bros; Colnmbia street
Kyle A Tllton 'wholesale] Front street
C G Major. .Columbia stmt
Wm McColl Colnmbia street
Thomas McNeely.. Ladner's Landing
F F Nelson Port Moody
Turner, Beeton A Co (wholesale).Vletorla
Mrs Eliza Towle Langley
Mrs Trethewey st Mary's Mission
Hardware, *c.
Carriage Works.
Johnston A Smith Columbia street
I Lehman , , Yale
Commission Merchants.
W R Clarke. „ Victoria
Homer A Son „ Front street
Druggists.
J 8 McGulre ..Clinton
A Peele. Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
R Thomas Columbia street
J T Wilkinson .-. chilliwhack
Flonr nnd Feed.
Gustiiv Hauck Front street
Furniture.
■«. ...Columblu street
J G Bunte	
Tailors.
John Walsh Columbia street
Books, Stationery, -fee*
T N Hlbben A Co Vletorla
T R Pearson A Co. Columbia street
T R Pearson A Co Yale
Musical Instruments.
J Bngna 11 Victoria
Cross' Musical Agency.™ Victoria
T R Pearson A Co. Columbia street
Jacob H. Bloomer, of Virgil, N. Y.,
writes: "Dr. Thomas' EcleotrtoOilovred
a badly swelled neck and sore throat on
ny son iii forty-eight hours; one application also removed tho pain from a sore
toe; iny -wife's foot was also much in*
flamed—bo much so that she could not
walk about tho house; sho applied the
Oil, and in twenty-four hours was entirely cured,"   •
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views tn British Columbia, 75 ots, por
sot at T. R. Pearson k Co.'r,
Property belonging to the Ebenenjr
Brown estate for sale by O. D, RAND."
TEMPERANCE. —The W. C. T. U.
meets every Wednesday afternoon at
Ol in the basement of the Methodist
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meets every Wednesday evening nt the
Skating Rink; musical and literary entertainment from 8 to fl. Every one is
cordially invited. au2*-
News ror tbe Farmers.
Hay Presses and Hay Tedders sub-
stantial and cheap to be had from the
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Choice Building Sites for sale. Subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Block VI., suburban, New Westminster. Terms easy.
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The largest drug stock on the main
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i7i ine Goods of LEM LOCK, deceased
intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the late
Lorn Lock nro hereby required to
nay the amounts of said Indebtedness to
lln? undersigned forthwith. And all persons having claims against she estate of
said Lem Lock must send in such claims
proved, on or before the20th August, 1884.
Dated lTth July, 4881.
E. A. JENNS,
jlyWmt Administrator.
NOTIOE.
In the Goods of the late WILLIAM
CLARKE, deceased intestate,
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED lo the lato
William Clarke nre hereby required
to imy the amounts of said Indebtedness
to the un-l-TNi-oied forthwith. And all
persons having claims against the estate
of said William Clarke must send In suoh
claims proved, on or before the 20th August, 18Ai
Dated 17th July, WW.
E. A. JENNS,
jlyinmi Admlnistratoa
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot* 4fi, Group I., Yale Division of
Yale Distriot.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
above-mentioned Lot, bearing date the
12th day of February, lftW, has been lost,
and application tins neen made for a du*
fillcate of such Certificate, Notice Is there-
ore hereby given that sueh duplicate will
be Issued unless cause be shown lo the
contrary In writing within one month
from the date hereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEaGATT,
Acting Registrar General.
Land Registry Oflico, 16th July, 1884.
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Ayer's Cherry
" Orrville, Ohio, Sept. 10, UM.
" Having been subject to » blW»
ohlal aflTMUon, with freqwot
colds, for a number of jtmu-i, I hereby eee-
ilfy that Aved's Cninar Pictobal |Ivm
me prompt relief, and is tho most •ffeetlva
remedy I have ever tried.
Jakes A. Hamilton,
Editor of Thttrttctnt."
__ . ■'att.Gllosd,Ohio,Juno38,1882.
COUGHS MI nave tued Aym'i Cm»T
. pscronAL this spring tor a «*■
vero eongh and lung trout-la with good
effect, and I am pleased to recommend It
to any one similarly affected.
Harvey Bauohkah.
Proprietor Globe Hotrt."
rnKPAnm- by
Dr.J.O.AyerACo., Lowell, Mail.
Sold bj all DrnigHU.
Cigars,
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Liquors.
E Brown A Co.. ...Columbia street
Kehoo A Co. ~, .Sapperton
Hotels.
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Deighton IA Johnston] Granville
Farmers' Home (J Turnbull)......Chnreh at
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Mrs Ellsa Towle Langley
Union (T Bartlett) Chilliwhack
Mrs M Harrison Chilliwhack
Westcott House... port Hammond
Fish Dealers.
Wtndsor A Nelson Columbia street
Butchers.
Robt Dickinson Columbia street
S J Turner —  Chilliwhack
Painters, Ktc,
Murray A Fry Clarkson street
Contractors and Bnllden.
J A Calbick Merchant Square
Lftfft",  *«•
W M Jones....... Mud Bay
Saw and Planing Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill Sapperton
Branch lumber ynrd at Port Moody,
Dominion Sawmill Richard street
Branch lumber yards at Port Moody
and Victoria.
Royal City Planing Mill Richard street
Branches at Port Slondv * M~"  '
Branches at Port .Jlaift-^
R T Williams. , Victoria
Printing Office.
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Ruling and plain binding.
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BOOKS,
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TALE,  b. c.
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piled from all parts of the world.
Prompt attention given to orders by
mall,
joattel    A. O. JOHNSTON. Manager.
Just Opened Out
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Very Complete Line of
myltn.
Mark Twain's Experience, 1 hit.
Job Lot of 35 cent Novels,
Richardson's Piano Instructor.
Oetse'i Organ Instructor.
Song Folio, |1.
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Books, Stationery, and Muslo, Columbia
street, New Westminster. <S)-u- gtoiij.
A REMARKABLE STORY,
"He did ask for master, ma'am,"
said the man, "but as master's from
hum* he said he must see my lady,
lie looks very flustered, I'll Bay that
for him," he added.
To be sure, William had heard the
whisper in tbe air, and was more or
less gratified that Mr. Rule should be
flustered; but as for his lady, she saw
no connection whatever between Mr.
Rule's excitement aud herself.
"1 do not see what good I can do
hiin, William; and it's not an hour at
which I ever receive peoplo. I am
sure I don't know what he can want
with me."
"It's business, I think, ma'am,1' said
the servant, with a little eagerness.
He wanted immensely himsolf to
know what it was, nnd it did not occur
to hiin as passible that his mistress, so
much more interested than he, should
be without anxiety nr concern.
"Business!" Buid Mrs. John, "what
do I know nbnut business! However,'
she added, "if ho is su desirous, perhaps you bad better show him up.
Your master iB always pleased when I
pay n little attention to the elerks,
He says it dooa good."
"Yes, ma'am,  said William.
Boing a reasonable human creature
he was touched in spite of himself by
the extraordinary sifiht of this poor,
fino lady, sitting in her short sleeves
on the edge of tho volcano, and knowing nothing about it. It was too bad
of master, William thought, if so be-
To leave the poor lady entirely in tlio
dark, so that she did not know auy
inure than a baby what tho clerk could
want with her. William speculated,
too, ou his own circumstances as he
went down stairs. If so be— It was
a good place, and he would be sorry
to lose it. But he remembered that
somebody had said the Sandersons
were looking out for a butlor.
"Mrs, Vernon will Bee you, sir,"
he said, in the midst of these thoughts;
and Mr. Role followed him eagerly up
stairs.
But what cuuld Mrs, John do? Her
dress was spotted muslin, as most
dresses were in those days; it was cut
rather low on. the shoulders, though
Bhe was not dressed for company. She
had pretty little ringlets falling upon
her cheeks, and short sleeves, and a
band round her waist with a shining
clasp. She waa considered brilliant
in conversation, and sang, "We met,
'twas in a crowd," and the songs previously mentioned, with so muoh feeling that people had been known to
weep as they listened. The clerk had
heard of all these accomplishments,
and as he hurried in, his eye was
caught by the harp in its corner, which
was also one of tho fashions of the
time. He coultt not help being a little overawed by it, notwithstanding his
dreadful anxiety. Poorlady! the thought
passed through bia mind as similar
thoughts had passed through William's
—would all this be wild away from
herl White muslin dressess with low
necks have the advantage that tboy
quito seem to separate their wearers
from everyday life. We have no doubt
that tlie dying out of chivalry, and the
wuy in which women nowadays insist
on doing their business, and most likely oilier people's too, iB in great part
to he put down to high dresses and
long slt-evQs. In these habillimentsa
lady looks nut su very much different
from other peoplo. She foels herself
free to _o into common life. But Mrs.
John sat thore, helpless, ignorant,
quite composed and easy in her mind,
with pretty feet in sandaled slippers
peeping from under the dress. Mr.
Rule had time for nil this distressed,
regretful sympathy before he could
stammer out in a hurry his anxious
question—or rather his hopo—that
Mr. Vernon would be home to-morrow
—early?
"I nm sure I don't know,'' said Mrs.
John. "It would be scarcely worth
his while to go away if he was to be
back so soon. He aaid perhaps tomorrow, but moro likely next week."
"Noxt week!"cried Mr. Rule; "then
he may just as woll stay awny altogether; it will theu be too late."
"Dear ine!" snid Mrs. John, polite-
ly, willing to show uu interest; but
aho did nut know what more to say.
"Perhaps you know where he is,
ma'am?" said the anxious clerk—for
this was the timn when people said
ma'am. "We might send an express
after him. If he were hero things
——uiiitht still be tided ovor. Excuse mo,
nny infufmatioit--* -if- vou can give me
"Dear me," aaid Mrs. John, "my
husband was going to Loudon, I think.
.   Is it nbout business, or anything I may
know?"
"All the world will know to-morrow," cried the agitated clork, ''unless
you can give mo some assistance. I
don't' like to trouble a lady, but what
can I do? Mrs. Vernon, to-morrow is
market-day, and as sure as that day
comes, if he is nut here to make some
provision for it, we shall have n run on
the hank."
"A run un the bank!" said Mrs.
John, dismayed, "What does that
moan?1'
"It means that we shall have tu pay
evory noto thut is presented to us in
gold; und that everybody will rush
upon us with our notes iu their hands
and all tho people who havo deposit
accounts will withdraw thoir money.
It means ruin," said Mr. Rule, very
much flustered indeed, wiping the per-
spiration from his brow. Hu had an
account himsolf, and a considerable
sum to his credit. Oh, tho foul ho
had boon to let it liu there instead of
investing it! but then, he had beon
waiting for a goud investment, and,
in the meantime, Vernon's was as safe
safer, than the Bank uf England,
He had believed that till to-day.
Mn. John sat looking at hint with
bewildered eyes,
"I dun't understand," she said.
"The bank of course, is for that, isn't
it? 1 nevor under-aland how you do
it," she added, with a little of the
aprigbtliiiess for which she wns distinguished. "It, has -iUvays been a
mystery to me what good it can du
you to take all the trouble of paying
other people's bills for them, and locking up thoir monoy, mid having all
that responsibility; but I cannot dony
that it seems to answer," she concluded, with A little simper.
The harassed olerk looked ut her
with a pity that wag almost tragic. If
she had nut beon so handsome, and so
fino, and surrounded with nli theso
luxuries, it is vory likely he would
have been impatient, ami considered
her a fool.
He replied getiLiy:
"I dare say, nia'nin, it is diflicult
for you to form an idea of business;
but I hm almost forgetting, sitting
talking to you, how dreadfully serious
it is. If I knew wliere Mr. Vernon
wm. I would lend * post-chaise di*
Mrtly.   We are lott if he ii not here.
They will say—God knows what tbey
may not say. For God's sake, ma'am,
tell me huw I am tu find him!"
Indeed, Mr. Rule, I um very, very
sorry. If I bad known! but I rather
encouraged him tu go. He was looking bo poorly. He was going to town,
I am sure—first: and then perhaps to
Bath: or he might go across te France.
He has been talking of that. France
—yes, I suggested it. He has never
been on the Continent. But, now I
think of it, I don't think he will go
there, for bo said ho might bo home
to-morrow—though more likely noxt
week."
"It seems very vague," said Mr.
Rule, looking at her with a steady look
that began to show a gleam uf suspicion; but this was entirely out uf
place. Mrs. John answered lightly,
without uny perception even of what
he cuuld lie mean.
"Oh, yes, it was vague! it is so
much better nut to bo tied down. I
told him he ought to tako mo; but
it was settled iu a hurry, he was feeling so poorly."
"Then he has forsaken us!" cried
the clerk, in a terrible voice, which
shook even hor obtuse perceptions.
She gazed at him with n little glow uf
anger.
''Forsukenymi! Dear mo, surely n
little holiday nover can matter. Why,
the servants could go on without ine
fur a time. It would nevor como into
Mr. Vernon's bond that yuu cuuld not
manage by yourselves even for a single
day."
The clerk did not answer; it was all
such a terrible muddle of ignorance
and innocence, aud perhaps of deep
nnd deliberate guilt. But, anyhow,
there was the result beyond all uncertainty. The bank must come down.
Vernon's, which it had taken the work
uf generations to build up; Vernon's,
which was safer tban tlio Bank of
England. Mr. Rule had been a clerk
there, man and boy, for about twenty
years. Ho bad been ono of uid Mr,
Vernon's staff. He had a prido in the
bank as if it bad been his own. To
give up Vernon's to destruction seemed
mure than giving himself up. But
what could the clerkB do without the
principal? A lieutenant may fight bis
ship if the captain falls, or a subaltern
replace Iub loader, but what can the
clerks do without the bead of the establishment? And he had no authority to act, even if bo had known how
to act; and every two or three minutes thore would oome ticrosB him tho
poiguant recollection of Iub own deposit. Oh, the Alnaschar hopes he
had built upon that little fortune, the
ways in which it was to serve liim!
He tried honestly, however, tu put it
away from his mind.
"We could hnve done well enough
on an ordinary occasion," he said,
"and Mr. Vernon generally settles
everything boforo he goes; but I
thought he was unly absent fur the
day. Mrs. Vernon," bo cried, suddenly, "can't you holp us? It will bo
ruin for you too,"
Sho atnred ut hiin for u moment
without speaking, and then:
"You make, tne quito wretched. I
don't understand. I have only a little
money in the house. Would that do
ony good?" she said.
"How much havo you?'' Baid the
clork, in his trouble.
She ran to a pretty ornamental desk
and opened it nervously.
"I dare suy thero may bo about
twonty.pounds," she said.
He laughed loudly, harshly, a laugh
that seemed to echo thruugh the large,
unoccupied room.
"If it wero twonty thousand it might
do something," he snid.
"Sir!" said Mrs, Juhn Vernon,
Btmiding in a fino attitude of displeasure by ber desk, holding it opon with
one hand. She looked like a picture
by Sir Thomas Lawrence, her scarf,
for she woro a scarf, hanging half off
her pretty whito shoulders, caught
upon oue equally whito arm, her ringlets waving on her cheek. His laugh
was rude, aud thon ho was only a
clerk. She was all angry scorn from
the high knot uf brown hair un the
tup of her head to the point of her
sandaled shoe.
Poor Mr. Rule was as penitent as
man could be. He was shocked boyond
measure by his uwn brutality. He had
forgotten himself—and before a lady!
He mado the most abject apologies.
"But my interest in tho bunk will,
I hope, be some excuse. I feel half
distracted," lie Baid; and be added, as
he hacked uut at the door with pain
ful bows, "Perhaps, ma'am, if yuu
can think of any means of communicating with Mr. Vernon, you would
let mo know; ur I will call tutor, if wo
could send an express; nothing is too
much for the chance of having him
baok to-morrow."
sti-dfc^V.Laaid the lady, "you aro
cannot get on with'uut "(tfy -*IXioJifcS*
une day."
"It is not that, ,ma'nm, it is not
that."
"I don't know what it is. 1 bogin
to think it is only making a fuss,"
Mrs. John said.
Poor Mr. Rule rushed out into the
night in a state of despair. It was a
summer night, and tho streets uf Red-
borough were still full of the murmur
of life and movement. Uu came down
from the slope on whioh Mr, John
Vernon'a grand new house was Bituated,
into the town, turning over everything
that it was possible to do. Should he
go tu the Old Bank, the life-long rival
of Vernon's, and ask their hell) to pull
thruugh? Even such a humiliation he
would have endured had there beon
any chance uf success. Should he go
to the agent of Um Bank of England?
Ho could uot but feel that it was quite
doubtful whether between them they
oould mako up enough tu meet the
tush he expected; nnd were they likely
to do it ? Would. not the first question
be, "Where is Mr. Vernon?" And
wliere was Mr. Vernon ? Perhaps gone
to Bath, perhaps to France, his wife
said. Why should he go to France
without letting any ouo at the bank
know, saying he was only tu bs absent
a day ? There wai no telegraph in those
days, and if he confided Mr. Vernon's
story to the other banks, what would
thuy think of him I They would say
that Vernon was mad, or that he had
■—gone away. Therocuuld bu no doubt
of what thoy would say. Rule was
faithful to his uid sorvlce, and to the
honor of the house which had trained
him. He would say nothing about
France or Bath, He would allow it to
bo understood that Mr. Vornon had
gone to London to get the assistance
necessary, and would oome back in a
post-chaise before thoofllcoB were open
in the morning. And perhaps, ho snid
to himself, perhaps it was bu. God
grnnt it might be sol Very likely he
hnd not thought it necessary to enter
into the matter to a lady. Poor thing,
with hor twenty pounds! that allowed
how much she know of businuss; but
it was very high-minded nnd innocent
uf lior to offer all she hod. It showed
there wan, at toast, no harm in hor
thoughts.
(To be Continued.)
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Tlint will be required to
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tho Mteamer "Iris" far tho season,and will
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Building Ground
Oh < olnml-la nail Front Mmli. N. W.
A BOUT K FEET ON BACH Bf BEET,
A or through from street tout rent, enn be
leased for building purposes; noxt tho
Holbrook Houso und Webb's gunsmith
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O. Gk
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
Port Moody!
FOR SALE!
*ro>w:ixr lots
Fronting on the best portion of tlie harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, cloao to the
Kailway,
•VaVa.a'ble Land
On tlio harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or otliornmn
nfaotm-ing  purposes.     Special
advantages given.
By the aero, in favorablo positions, cloai
to the terminus.
■■Vvuii lots and land in the City aud Dm-
trict oi i.o,. w..^,„Rtori
l3r-.tGU.-a.lHGr Investors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B. C.
no"] P. 0. Box 39. to.
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, It. (!.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Agricnltmal Implements.
fainting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF- COFFINS ALWAYS OH HAND
JOHNSTON & SMITH,
aoMto] Pbotbistom
r DDDMIU
« WINE & SPIRIT>MEROHANT.»
L.
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
LACES.
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety. of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
I'lainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A. fine line of Ladies'  Hem-
stiuUed    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen,Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries \ Provisions!
I^Goods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
('or. I'oliimblii A Mary 8t8.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(Mil It.)
BUGS TO INFORM THE RKSID.
.tits of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whioh ho will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Bait Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllny'.,  London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and; Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
coLxriyrBiA. steeet,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
Provincial Skcbbtauv's owice,
21nt July, 1684.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ll Order, published in tho British Columbia Gazette of (Jlh Mareh last, directing that Section it of tlie "Mineral Aet.
1884," shall not have efltoct in the Electoral
Districts of Cassiar, Kootenay, and Carl-
boo, has been rescinded, ko far as it relates
to tlio Electoral District of Cariboo.
Bv Command,
J JNO. ROBSON,
JlyMml Provincial Secrelnry.
NOTICE,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat the
J_\ undersigned will sell hy Publio Auction, at the Government Land Office, New
Westminster, at 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, the 2flth day of August next, at the
unset price of $2,60 per acre, that piece of
Land known and described ou the official
mapof tho District of New Westminstor
as ino South-west fractional y, ot Section
85,Township No. 3; the purchaser to pay
for present fm provomorita thereon.
0. WARWICK,
, Gov't Agent.
New Westminster, B. C,
JulyiMli, lf-81. Jlyaotd
NOTIOE.
- Land Registry Office.
New Westminster District.
2nd July, 1684.
MOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
tlin-Lnml Registry Offloe of tlio 1Mb*
tof New Westminster will ho temporarily located at tho Land Registry Office,
Victoria, until the copying of the records,
Ac, is completed. Application for regis*
tratlon and other business may in tho
meantime bo made to medlrect or through
the Government Agent at New Westminster.
R, W. ARMSTRONG,
JlySto Deputy Registrar
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
-WAG-JESS
— ton—
WHITE  LABOR
--ON  THS—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Showing the dates and places of
Courts of Aaftlze, NU1 Prlui, and
Oyer and Terminer for lhe year
1864, 	
SPRING ASSIZES.
{On Vancouver Island.)
Victorin, .....Monday, 7th April.
Nanaimo... Wednesday, 4tli June,
(On Mainland.)
New Westminster,.. Wednesday,... 7th Muy.
Yale .'. Monday, UlthMay.
Kamloops Friday SOth May.
Clinton, Saturday, 71 ..Junr-.
pall assizes.
10n Vancouver Island.]
Victoria, Monday,. 24th November.
Nanaimo, Wednesday, 3rd December,
[On Mainland-]
Richfield, ..Mondny,... sth September.
Clinton, Tuesday,..80th September.
Kamloops W-dn'suny 8th October.
Lytton, Saturdny,..18th October.
Yale, Saturday,.2,-ith October.
New West ....W'dn'sday.H'lli November.
29th January, 1884. fe2lc
PUBLIC NOTICE.
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
empting land are hereby notified
tlmt land within tho limits of tho Hast
ings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will ho prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manager,
Mrs. M. Harrison
HAVING ENLARGED HER HOTEL
opposite tho Steamboat Landing at
Chilliwhack, is now prepared to give the
BEST ACCOMMODATION
To tlie travelling publio.   Chilliwhacl;
is the most dcllglitful Sumraci- Kv-
sort In British Columbia. Splendid
drives and delightful mountain scenery.
 my21-3m.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAUK STREET • VIOTOHIA.
AOEKTB   JOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland,
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
~~ IMPERIAL
FIFE INSURANCE CGMP'V.
I Old Broad St. and 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels ; also, Shim building and repairing, Barges and other Ws
sols on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ami in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BV FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTRONO,
Agent for New Westminster.
KOOTENAY DISTKICT.
Overseers $185 00 per month.
Rook Foremen.... 13 BO to (4 00 t> day
Earth Foremen... 2 SO to 3 DO    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 IH) to 4 SO    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class  1 SO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2ndclass  3 00 "
Masons 9 SO to 3 60    "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to 3 SO    "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class   3 SO "
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Help,
ers  1 SO to 2 00    "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 26    "
lAb..™»  1 76 to 2 00    "
Hewers, 1st clou   S SO
Choppers, lst class 2 00 to 2 60    "
Scorers, 1st olass    2 50 ^y|
All outside labor 10 hour, per day.
All Carpenter, to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding House, will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—$5 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board In the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid'monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  0NDEBD0NK,
ObNKIUI, MAtMOBB.
Onion or thb Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, Manh 1,1883.
fr KIIOE * 00. ABB HOW PRE.
iV pnrcil to supply tho vory best Al.
from the. Westminster Brewery. Orders
loft with Mr. Ohm McDonoit.li, Front m.,
shall have prompt attontlon. JaMo
Wood Turner
WANTED.     CONSTANT   EMPLOY*
mont will be given to a thoroughly
competent man. Apply nt the
rnhlX-i DOMINION SAWMILL.
QBPAUATB SEALED TENDERS, prop-
P erly endorsed, will be received by the
Honourable Chief Commissioner of Landti
and Works np to noun of Saturday, ;»lli
August noxt, Un tlio rlgbt of maintaining
niid oporatlng a Ferry til any or eatbof
the following placet-, for a term of five
yearn, vtU:—
1st. On tho Columbia Kiver, about 30
mllcit below Kicking Horse, ut Iho
point whero the-Canadian 1'acillc
Railway crosses said river.
2nd. On tbo Columbia Kiver, nt the
point where tlio Canadian Pacific
Railway crosKosmiid river, nenr the
Engle Pass,
3rd. On the Columbia Kiver, at a point
known iin Johnston'-* Landing,
about 110 miles nbove Kicking
Horse.
On the   	
the Spallumcheen Klver,and	
20 miles above Johnston's Landing.
5th. On tho Kicking Horse Creek, at u
point where tho trail croHScs, about
% a milo above tho mouth of said
Creek.
Oth. On the Kootenay Kiver, at n point
known ns the Upper Crossing.
Tlio ferry right   to extend fivo miles
nbovo nnd live ml Ies below the respective
points indicated.
Arty party to whom a charter may bt'
awarded snnll provide and muinttiln n
substantial ferry-boat, and proper appliances for working the same, a description
of which must be given with Ills tender.
Tenders shull state the rate of toll proposed to bo collected for—
Each Passenger,
"     Team with wagon and driver,
"     Saddle Horso nnd rider,
' -'     Loobo Horse or Mulo,
"     Head of Cattle,
"     Sheep, Swine, Ac.,
-'     Hundred   pounds weight of
freight,
Tenders must also state the amount of
the annual rental to be puld to the Government, for the privilege; nnd with ench
tender must be submitted the names of
two responsible parties willing to sign u
Bond for the sum of MOO as security for tlio
faithful carrying out of the contract.
All officers of the Provincial Government with their animals and freight to
pass free.
W. 8. GORE,
Surveyor-general.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
E ft, 16th July, 1684. JlyMd
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DU. SPINNEY, ui-Hk--.-.Y,inMl..-r--tiii.
dor of tli« Monti-en], (C. ti.) Mi-itics! Inrtl.
tutu, nnd lute l'ropriotor oi tlio t-riNNKYVlLLK
INFIRMARY, would moKt r«|motfu|ly Inform
liin pntlciitri nnd tlio nflllt'twl ^onci-nlly, tlmt ho
Htlll continu™ to trcnt chronic nml nprvuuR -IN-
i-an-n with utipurnllulci) micci-iu.
LADIEfi AND GENTLEMEN.
ItctnuiiiLcr tlmt pmci-'itjlltiittlon I* tho thief ut
timo to
COiaS AND BS HEALED.
It oiiitti'is not wlmt yonr inniM--* mny 1>n, mime
uml tut (he Doctor examine yotirciRti. It will
coit you nothing for cniiaiiltulion, Hopk-mio cnll
mul t-ntliify younalvci wltethlir tha Doctor iintior-
fltiimlri youroiuo. lt lit* enn emu you hu will tell
you boi If not, ho will tell yon thnt, for lm will
not umli-rtiikn iii-ni-u iiiiIi-k-i lu-fHrin-tiili-iit of effect, iir u euro.
I-nrtlcs nt u dlHtunco wfiihlnK treatinunt, 1-j
nenillng tVt nnd n mlmitc -Uwlptlim uf their
troubluB will receive in return n fnll couno ot
trentment ".enircly pnekn] «» iih not to -.-xcllo at.
rlMlty.
DR. Sl'lNNKY will pmrimtie to forfeit Kive
Ilumlrtxl Dollars for -.-very cnno of any kimi nr
chnrncter which ho undertakes anil fulln to cure,
1'. t*.—Ver -lirn'imi-s of flhort nt [-tilling, u full
coiirHo of medicines, m-Mclt-nt fur n cure, with
nil IiutmctionB, will bo uniit to any nddrww on
receipt of $10.
Call or AddrcfW    .
Dr. SPINNKV A CO.,
fl UB-ly       No. 11 Kearney-ill. ,."im Fui.iiciM-.-.Ciil.
DB. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
ao;<*K»-Bi'iiy St., Sun Pnincl-.ro, Cnl.
Kstaihisueh rent tiik Scientific and Si'EKDi Cim
or Chroxio, Nertocs and Sttmw Disuses.
THK EXPEBT SPECIALIST,
DR. ALLEN, A8 18 WKLL KNOWN, IB A
■(■pilar Kiiuluiited Phyiiiciiin, educati-d nt
Ilii-viWn College nml Unlvertiity of Midiljjim. Hu
lius devoted-.lifetime to the Html}' of thu treatment nml curo of diHonses witliiu hid specialty.
Dominion License Act.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN, thnt
i.1 H1k Excellency in Council linn ticen
pleaded to extend the time for the acceptance of appHcutlonft for Lifelines under
th« LiflUor Licenso Aot, In New Wtratmln-
Hter Diatrlct, to the 1st October next, of
which all penoDR concerned are required
^wt^lHhJnly. 18M.;
W. NORMAN BOLE,
JlylOml Ut License Commlasioner
CONTRACT
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract to white men or Indians for
cutting 1000 corda of fthlnglo blocks, put
up at tlie rate of 100 corda per month, will
pay t2 per oord, und will furnish toola nnd
a house to 1 Ive in. R. STEVENSON,
Je7-8tn Chilliwhack,
NOTIOE.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I In*
. tend innkiiiK application to the Chief
ommlaaloner of Landa and Worka fnr
permission to puHchnae Two uiisnrveyed
islanda in Fttiaer River lying to the weal,
of the westerly point of Annacla Island
and to the south of Sect, 10, B. 4 N., Range
4 west,
ALEX. EWEN.
New Westminster, July 21, ISM.     Jly28m3
NOTIOE.
THEREBY aiVK NOTICE THAT I
X Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permlialon
to purchase the following desoribed lands,
situated in tho District of New Westminster:  ■
Commencing nttheNW corner of tho
Government Reserve, situated on tho
southern Sido of English Bay; thence due
south, along tho western boundary of said
Reserve, to Ita southwest corner; thenoo
due west HOoIuUiih, more or less, to tho
eastern boundary of Point Grey Reserve)
thenco duo north, along aaid custom
boundary, to the shore of English Duy;
tlienco easterly, along shore of English
Bay, to tho place ot commencement, con*
tnlhlng about 800 acres, moro or less,
R. T. WILLIAMS.
Victoria, B. C. 3rd April, IBM.       apttc
And MIDDLE AflKDMRN, who nre-suffering from
the effects of Youthful In til sc ret lon k or Exec-wen
in maturer ycitri, Nervous ami Phtbioal Dihoty,
Ihpotenoi, Lost Manhood, confoiion of Ideu,
dull eyea, uver-.lon to society, deipondency, pimples on the face, leas of energy and memory, fie.
quoncy'of urinating, etc,
MY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE
(Having heen Burgeon lu charge cf two leading
hoipltnli) ennblee me to treat nll nrlrato troubles
with excellent result*. I wlnh It dlitlnctty under*
■tood thnt I do not clulm to perform inijioi-iit-ili-
tles, ar to have inirnculnus or lupernntural power.
I claim only to be n skillful snd mircemfiil I'hysl-
clan and Surgeon, thoroughly informed lu my
specialty—
DISEASES OB*  MAN.
All applying to me will receive my honest
.pinion of their complaints— No experimenting. I
will guarantee » positive cure In every case 1 un-
dertue, or forfeit $1,000. Coniultatlon In office
or by letter riiEK and strictly private. Charges
reasonable. Thorough examination, Including
chemical and nilcroacoiiicnl analysis of urine, and
advice, $6.00. Offlco houn, 9 to 3 dally, 0 to 8
ovening. Sunday, Oto 13 only.   CalloreddrcM
DR,   ALLEN,
2H]4 Kearney street, Ban Francisco, Cal.
*»■ Remember, the Doctor has a Veoetabie
Compound, tho result of ninny years of special
practice and hard study, which, under his special
advice, has nover failed ot success lu the cure of
Loir Manhood, l-nuBTATfluaiA, oto.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
follies, and eiesiBOS in maturer years.
DB. MINTIE will agree to forfeit
Five Hundred Dollars for a vase of
this kind the Vital Restorative (under
hia Bpecial advice and trentment) will not
cure, f»* for anything Impure orinjurioua
found it' it. DR'. MINTIE 'rents all Dis-
cnecs jtictiosflftilly without mercury.
Consultation frcu. Thorough exam),
nation and advice, $5*00, Pi leu or Vital
Restorative, $3-00 a bottle, or four
timea the (inutility, $10-00; still to any
addresa upon receipt of prico, or 0.0.1).,
secure from obccrvation,and in private
name if d cat red, hy A, E. MINTIK.
M.I).
Tboae who cannot visit DR. MIXTIK
tn San FrnncUco ahould send n full nnd
minute atatoment ol their troublea with
#25-00, nnd in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, eecurely
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. 0, P. must
be accompitnlrd with $1.00 (as a' punr-
tint et? of pood fnith), which will be deduct ed when the pnekutre lit phippt-d.
SAMPLE BOTTLE KRRK.-Sent on
application by letter stating symptoms,
sex and age. Communications strictly
confidential. jnySl-ly
II Ktunty Slreel, Ian FmelsMi C«l.

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