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HE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—18   PDDUDBED——
Very Wednesaoy* Saturday,
—nr—
IOBSON BROTHERS.
FICE, COLUMBIA STBEET. Ehtmnoe to Editorial AHD BUSINESS DEHttMESI TIHHU0H T. R.
peawoh a Co's. Book asmloMn -Stok.
MBMB-By Mnll, O-Uyeari i\ BO frir flmo..;
. 11 for 3 mos.t p.T.lile In Aclvneee. UMlrttreil
I l,.r 0. Tier or Atrent, $1 par quarter, JiHyttlilo
' Quarterly to Carrier er Agent.  '
..    AOENTBt
n, Hmstraco. ViotoSia.
. m. Harrison Vale.
I P. FISHER Ad.ertlslag Agent, 21 Merciient'a
'. 'xeoeiico, Sen I'mnel.ce, IsellthorlsedtorecolVe
I AdTertlumeiile for tills paper.
r!
•Che §titish *Solntnbiarti
Wtdneaitar Menial, April li, ISS'l.
Tbe Licensing Board.
(Frem ih, C»u,icAwfa'a Baattte.)
i »,, W» scarcely krnvr whethw wd
III in write patiently, eii.tltis subject.
",/• will1 «hcl«avOT tol;(lb»o,"ilriil;K)
ow that eyan^iinil'r. thu sting <if
sa|ipointtneiit, and mortification we
|!n conHrwt'iWl^eltr*alltiriiiWrately:
< ideail, it stains, to be the uialau-
•oly fact that except we  (inr! a
inie for her, Temperance  will go
nlotlged amongst us.   There  was
pother   welcome offer her, or, at
i.ist, it sounded like one, lint PomcV
me tn.the door, and was admitted;
d  there' was no longer 'room tor
(tnperaiice too.    Tempet'anca is not
et) a safe political ticket, and the
Mil who runs for election any how,
i tlinut emliariaasing himself with
h nciples, cannot incur the suspicion
ihiirlioriilgl the sworn enetny of a
srnrful section of electni
What
)i\ of representative sticli a man
! '.iil.X make we are not now discus-
<\«, though we Inay have to later
: but as a'measure uf piTcaution
, may as  well warn Churchmen
... once   that   tile   man who   can
''■ eaken" in any good cause has got
lability right through to,his map
$y, and is not to He trusted on tiny
.lit.    And  alas!  if   this he su;
wets ate the  men we, can. trust 1
rank   Owl,  there is a  remnant,
iitgh they are not of us.   ;A few
'tt are not RenlisHits, "unstable us
Iter."    But  not one Chnt-chtiutn.
it one with liticiibone enough to
.nil by PitiNoipiifci, "through, evil
,ort and good report," and vindl-
s the signatures they Iind not the
trage  to i-eftise, and which still
:st to register tlieir easy iin pies
ilty.    But we forget.    They did
>w   some  backbone;   yes,  brave.
irts, against a liloiHan!    Here
s an opportunitv for the display
i manly vigor and virtue* :t. Duly
Woman I   She has no vote !    Out
III her I    How dure she assail the
naculate purity of   this august
ich t    And there was a second
isal.    Even Reuhenites did not
tnre to license a bare lot df land I
uibly even this difficulty  might
have been insuperable in some
'sr quarter of the town, but the
lioant made the grievous mistake
- him) of selecting too aristocratic
,se.    Common people   must put
with disadvantages, but we can-
|! have our respectable dome made
-liproschable liy a throng df in-
. cated  men) hor our respectable
assailed    by    their   impolite
,iseology.   ltd I sir; pitch your
' on less ctassiu ground, and your
sse shall issue without hesitation I
tempota, 0 rnores!   How stiri'l
kinalify inch conduct t    Happily
' .re not obliged to qualify it, for
address readers   whose mental
ji'.es ail not so blunted by intern-
nee ns to need tbe siulco of cut
;   words and   smart rejoiudeis.
'hold our pfJhj we are not driven
, and therefore we can choose
i we will Write ; and  v.-e would
'jar awaken itlen to a sense of
y independence   Und consflen
: respons'ibility than bury tliUiii
lev in (he mire of self-seeking
flity: •
■it pattern of expediency we
owledge and ftppiove — till!
'itolic pattern—hut there was
lUng in this of Self-interest nr
ning, atntl Paul Wdnld not hare
.led to a liquor s'dllcr for all the
I jipal honors of Rome itseli, or
./,ve adddd a Whole alphabet of
|.-» to hia name'.
Kt C1iui-c.1i is weak, say Sdllie ;
,'lory in olir wifdkiiess if we must
jnn whisky td lie strong. Bui
ir we would say our Cbiirch-
:hip is weak ; for while it cun
; "Aye" at publio meetings and
'on with a facile pen, it hides
at tho moment of action bo-
a lay Hgure df the Law, or govs
: to the enenty under tlm relent of injured vanity,
ere is a verV pompous sound
"the Law, , hut, tltere , pre
sounds we would like IftWe
pntly td hear, duc'i as "Justice"
''Equity,'" ' >••■■■■'
would , pafbilffs: Iin, better for
i|iiitry:itl there' we're more of
oil lesa.of "the Law." But.
e the' liberty of asking, in
interests was the Licensing
/nfloteiM In the interests of
hitoi'-sellein 1 This can scarcely
it imptrsea» tax upon them
ts reMti-ic'tidiis in their way
hicli other bhsiuessrs are free,
urely these lattvsi were framed
interests of tlief toinmnnity,
ose who administer tlirnf are
ants of the coiniuunify, afid
by the Law itself, to'al/fply
|flCofdingly. Yet, in the' face
Willi/ expressed .opinion* of
du.
VOtttME 21
NE& i WESTMINSTER, B. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1882.
NUMBER 27
-r-
the community, before the Licencing
Board and in Public Meeting.rtli.
Law is applied direotly iu defiance
of these, and unequivocally in I the
interests of the Class the Law was''
made to control. This may he Law,
but it is also the grossest, injustice.
A moral injustice to many for the
pecuniary .advantage of * few, anoV
the political ad(niiiceuleiito|f a hud-
ful of oirfceHeekers. -
The fruits of this Iniquitous reversal of all the axioms of,good
government have yet, to be gathered,
and they will hot belong in'ripening. Will they open the eyes of
these men 1 We know not. Politi-
Ical.instability is chronic apparently
on this coast,.aiii(, atrtuig indtyt Ju-JU:;
triples (lq not pay. , ,,i-..«.
• - We: must patiently await'tp* m-
fusion of new.blood, the advent of a
iieilr giliicl'iitioni whicli will "purge
Out-tlto old leaven"; a vertebrate
generation, witli the cuiiraga of its
ojliiiloflsl that will stilistitnte Puix-
(liPtBjfor Poijql', tha; will do thing.'
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
iikai.br  W(]3VI3a :;..
UEAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOKiBIXDEE,..PAPER RULER,
and [Blank Book Matmfmitiirei*.  A
3 MtBii fentl Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files or Magazines, Illustrated Papera,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Oovornment Street, tlftorli. B. C.
iORTON^-H9feE;
"   Fence's BRlUeti,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for tho accommodation of the
I'lil'liu, nml the proprietor will endeavor
li«caus« they flr* fl'tgH, not became i to deserve a fair ahare of patronage
of k selfish t*nil; tlmt ft'ill tiiitke moral I The vory best of Wines, Liquors and
atul social i-egitnonitim. ita aim, not! Cioajw.wHI always liij htipt. '
igtmliletttifi'ijuraoimi aflVai,ceih»iit.
When tlmt time uorhes, Keitlien-
ites will have to go to th«,w«ll,
Jnlyl; ibUl;
C.    MORTON.
AiiHRdoiti or J(ifl^o mvy.
Wl G. BOWMAN,
LIVERY & mi STABlES
I     BROAD   STHEET
(Between Yates &,View),
riorsps.CitrrlnjccssKuffslPsA-tVaKOiis
i      to hire on reasonable terllis.
. tsr'Particular attention paid to boarding Horses.
Th* folloiViHg Miucclyto about the
faipnuu jurist Htdrj' in in priratfl uii;oii-
latioii, but is gnodcnotigli for tlto [nth-
lip eye. It waa (.-rcparuil fur Story's
biography by hi* mm, but Oharlea
Sutntier, who edifod tlie1 work, struck
it out: The nawstiya riiim lilu- this:
tn his ytlunger d.iys Story lived in the
aristourittic old town of Salom, in M-ia
flachufcuttfi. Bis gi'oiit ability was not
then tempered by as much wiadmii as
he itflel'wui'il displayed, and bu tviii
.looked ii|ion Willi disfavtir by some df
'the old families. Otic day Mrs. A.
called upon Mrs. 1.., and in tho course
of their cimrcr.-tiit.iiiii--there beiiiK a
BB!iriiiit(tos»jpri}Rent—MrHi A.askcdMrs.
Hi if liet* daughter waa iii mig to tbe party j
that evening. "No,'* was the short
tfeply; I don't propose to let my daugh- |
ter go to any place which is frequented
by that iniiguifltiailt young puppy (Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
Story." Yertrd aH^i'wardi when Story Tiforrn a TiTr*Ti rtrxmen a tvrrr
tta. a &H* 0" tlla Supreme Bench, h. . INS U RANOE COMPANY
visited  Salens and  wal warmly wel- j
corned by those who had known him sna-i.},,! j*ii nnik nAfiG#A»iin»
formerly. Am«mg hi» beat fmndaap- Wpllal, - £2,000,000 Sterling
parently was Mrs. B., and In accepted '
her pressing invitation to dinner. Now, ' Ri8kB accepted at Current Rates of
in the years which had elapsed, the   Premium by
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
seamstress had become possessed of u
home of her own, to which was attached a garden j witli a pear-tree, whicli
was just then loaded with tine fruit.
After the Invitation to dinner had Columbia St., Now Westminster;
buen ncctiptt-d the seain,-.!res-i received
a fall from Mrs. It.'s servant, asking
hor to send up it basket of her excellent pears for dinner, as "Mr. Justice
Story, of the Supreme Court of the
United States, was to be present.-"
The good-natured seamstress sent tbo
pears at once, and with thein this message, "Tell your mistress that I. am
glad that the insignificant young puppy
Story lias grown to bo such a line
dog; '—Harper's Mayanw
Sobs c. brows',
Agent for Now Westminster.
SELLING OfF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THK KNTIKE STOCK OK
Furniture,   PMtfiircK,   Moulding*,
Hull Paper, find Undertakers'
Moris,
In tlib Store lately occupied by David
 -> Witlirow.
Of^ hot lriillt as rt stimulant thiMedi-      Orders for Goods which  are not on
crti kecord says:—"Milk   hflatod too   band will bo rilled from Victoria ou short
iiiudh«b(>v*ll()00F»lir.l'hwi.fo>aMiiie  Notice1,
a degree of its sweetness and its density.    No one  who, fatigued by overexertion of body or mitld, ha* Over experienced the reviving InllueritJe of a
tumbler of this beverage, boated as
hot as it can bo sipped, will willingly
forego a rfsort to it because of Its be<
ing rendered siimcwhat less acceptable
to tho palate.   The promptness with
For further particulars, apply oft the
premises, Columbia Street, New Westminster, or to
J,   SEHL,
. Victoria, 1). C.
S. H.WEBB."
co tno palate,    ine promptness witn       ■  ^. ■   .' ,
which its cordial inllueuco is felt is in-   (ITT ]\] Q f\A T T"1 LJ
deed surprising.    Sumo portion of it   >—" \J XN Ol"1 1 J.  JTT.
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
surprising. Some \\
seems to be digested and appropriated
almost immediately; and nlany who
now fancy thoy need alcoliolio stimu-
Irints when Exhausted by fatigue will
find In this simple draught an equivalent that will be abundantly satisfying
and far more enduring iti itl effects."
HAW   HUM;,    KKY   riTTIKfi,    LOCK*
MMITII,  tITTLilRV   ('KOIMl.
MI'IKHUBM SH.tHI-|:\KI»,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Rcpairad.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I'lnltr-'Ilaft Meniim, nml Orneinl Repair*
iuti iieally iloiic.
Anununition of all kinds.    A full assort-
ADVANTAGES OF TKE
HaR^Bft'H Ma«A^ixe for April Is a
strikingly beautiful and interesting
number, tt contains tiro full-page
illustrations    printed   sepafat.ely  on
heavy paper—oris, which ii placed as ment of Re-loading Tools; arid pwrytiiing
a frontispiece to the number, from a reipiheil by a Sportsman. Kih.ks," Shot
draWitlg by 0. S. UdlnharL illustrat- "ofia, Rbvolvbkh, and Fisiiino Tackle
inn Mr, Lathrop's "Spanish Vistas";   for Bide. d24y
the other, a fine portrait of, Mr. (Jlad- i
storie*.    The number opens witli  the \
first of   a series of   papers entitled '
"SljWm'sli Vista's," by George.P; fjath-]
rop,  With sixteen   heautifui  illustra- I
linns' by Robihart.   Mr. H. W. Lucy's j
pap'et', "Mi*; flladslrtrteat Hawarden," !
With seven {llufttfaUoua   hesides tho
pdKrait of Mt, (ilailatontt. is a familiar
sketch of tlie Kn-?lish Pretttter aiid his
home surroundings, and W>U be read
with eager in Wrist oil both sides of
tlid Atlantic.
jfj-aa-Sj-jflttfe
A CJcidtJ Biltkb,—To havo piffl water
,iri thtf'hoiiae every family should tiftyea
goOtl filter, the liealtll and cpmi'ort de-
}lends largely 'iijion*"tliB use or properly
ilter^d) *water. The liver is tlio trtto
filter for tho blood, and Hiirdnuk Blood
Hitters keep the liver and itll the secretory organs in a healthy colmjtton, It is
tho grand blood purifying, livor regulating tonic,
A CimB fob HK^OAOHft.— What phy-
sieiiin has ever (llsc'ovsrfld it cure for
llendacho! Echo Answers horifl. But
Bunlook, Blood Bitter*, by thoir purifying, invigorating, norvino properties
alford a1 euro in . nearly every" case., Tho
health-giving prmc.ptes ot* this remedy
aro unequalled by any similar ptojiarfltioii
in the world.
BtniNf* ani* t*i'M,w aro promptly cfircd
as well as all llosh wounds, sVrains,
bruisea, callous lumps, soreness- piiin,
iiiflaiiniintion' rfiid all painful', diseases;
by the groat Kheinnatiu Remedy, Hagyard's Yellow Oil. For external and
internal iibo.■   Price 35©i
COAL OIL
Over the Rafincd Oils ol petroleum
for lllutninating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Ttial willi i'li^ht gtavtt)',
wliich makes the Oil a protection agilinat
exploaion.
Ode Unllmirj Burner (Irffii n (Hrll-1
i llaiill llKHt r-unal la Tcrf Hiidlc
:   Ughlst
Ita otlor is not offensive.   Tli6 llcacnn
Wfc'lit Oil is   '
FREE FROM SMOKE & SMELL
In point of Economy, tho Beacon Light
Oil is
iis» r.xncxnivi: th**.' othi:b oiU.
Tho CoitBiimer banilng' one light—for
Four Hours—will jtot consumo over One
Gill, or one tltirty'-stoontl pari of a Onl-
Ion. which rloos nc# lax the Constiinor
moro than Two I'cu't'rt tor a whole night.
OPPKMir-iMjifc.pEOS;,.
m' Sole Agrots, Victoria, B.C; i
London Market,
W. BY TiOWNllEND,
PROPftlBTOR.    .    .
THE VERY BEST
BEKF, MllTTOK, '   '     PORK,
VKfJ-iTlitLKS, iiC,     •
CONSTANTLY   ON   HANI).
Families, Hotels, and Shipping supplied on reasonable term.,'
Meat delivered free of  charge in the
City.
tw Prices moderate; '**'
Popular Market
COIUMBIA  STKKKT  TOT.
W. J. FRENCH,
PHOPBIETOR.
0ONSTANTLY ON HANI), the lorg-
est and choicest assortment of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAMB,1 VEAL, TURKEYS, kc, in
season,
Families, Restaurants, and Stoatnhbnts
supplied at the lowest prices and with
the utmost care.
New Westminster, B. C.
tlelO
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTOHER,
.Nearly Oppiislto tbe Colilnlnl Hotel,
NEW WBSl)MIN?TEB.
TllE LAB.8B81 ANll   CHOKJEST
■ lidsortinent of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Colifetantly (fii hand, and supplied to Families', llcataurmtts, nnd Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
MUSICAL ISTRHMEMS
OF.EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A Una Asssortineiit; from $23 to $60,
—AT—
BtUNALLtt CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
KOVEKNMENT SIIIEET,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
PtAXOFpHTEftOiuiAN Toner ft Repairer
IN THE SUPREME COURT DF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PURSUANT TO AN .ORDER OF
this Court, made in the; matter of
the Estato of John Lkwis, late of tho
town of Yule, deceased, and in a cause
hetween James Camimikli,, plaintiff, and
Frank Grotty and George Stuart, defendants, tho creditors of tho said John
Lewis are by themselves, or their eylioi-
tors, on or before the 17th day 6f April,
A. D. 1882, to come in and pV*6vc their
debts at tho oftlce of the Rcgiijjijr&r of the
Supremo Court, James Buy, Vic'fo'fin, ot
in default thereof they will be poftmp'-'
torily cxeludeil from the bsitefit of the'
."aid order.
i Monday, tho 24tiI iuy tit Aran., at
11 o'clock in the. forenoon, at the said
Chambers, is appoiufrH for hcaVtug and
Adjudicating upon the claims.
Dated the 16th day of Febntrfry/ A. D.
1882.    • ....
J. ■& PRFjVOST,
Registrar.
TJfA VIE ft POOLEY,* WaiWiitf'«Hoffcltora
mi
AYRSHIRE_ BULLS!
T-tHE UNDERSIGNKl) HAS FOR
; .sale' on reasonable'vetttii a few han*
bred Ayi-shire yearling Hulls, sired by the
Thorough bred Ayrshire Hull
DTjPFEBIlff,
The Autis being choice  dairy cows.
A. S. tEPHERt
jell Somas.
j        PUQKIit
1   Vgr,iaTABLB
lliirhij' rocotntnrniled
f'T lltllOUUMRt
lli*nd-Arhr, ton-
M.rmllotf.lndlnft.
ri/YliH*?.**, Hrttrlbarn
lirrtii't. 1-otwof Ap-
-,  .kMtiiiilce, ,uh of
irli. I.lTer <'om<
Ijig rrom (lie Slom-
Tlior art* ean.
.*action, Fromltoi
. TCB IMI*
m*-*
ROYAL  CITY
I
io;,
(X.'fC-ACX'V-BD)
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARES TO MANUFACTURE
—il.I, DESCKIP'riO.VS OF—
Rough k Dressed Lnioer,
MOULDINGS,
Boors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning. Scroll-SiiWintf, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISU   CASES  A   SPECIALTY
RldMARD STREET,
SEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
itOHN HENDEY,
MiWAOER.
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTER*" AXU DEALERS IN
STOVES,
BANtJES,  toC, &0..
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS,
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.    |
Tinware manufactured oh tjhc premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIOLBROOK'S STOKE KULDIXti,
New ;^Pf»liiiln«ler.
GO TO THE
SAN FRANCISdO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  tOtifi
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOtffS AiiiD SHdfii*! OF EVERY
desei'iption mado to order, Und repaired, from tin
INFANT'S  SllOE
MAIa-'S   BOOT.
The higheSt CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OlTOSlTK THE BANK.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
i Oid Broap St. arid lfl Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
-17-fcjR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
_!' Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships tri Tort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels ; also, Shiifehtiild-
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
sols on navigable rivers and eanids,* anil
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Cmmtrit'S,
FROM LOSS AR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
.Subscribed and! Invested Capital,'
■81,600.006 8TG.
Rates of Premium arid1 fiVerj- inform*'
tion can bo obtained on t^iplit^ation to
W. J. AllMS'TUOBU,
Agent for New Weatmiriuter.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
TIib Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City,
TUB CIILIXARY DtPAITIEST
IS UNDER THE CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCE!) ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will he found first-class, and
at reasonable rates;
The Parlors iiml Sleeping Apart-
mcnlH are under the tJKperintendcuce
of Mils: Ildwi&oN:
Private Dining Rooms fiir Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Piiraie Rending Roam, com-
modioufi; . (iiimffii'tably furnished, and
well supplied' With books and papers, is
provided for tlie use of guests.
THB   BAB
Ij iittpplietl with the choicest brands of
AViNBtSi Liyuoiw, Cigars, kc
j. w. HOWISON,
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INLET.
Newly Built and Kewly Furnished.
Large and Com mod io us.
ONE 01" THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
tJomfriands ati .unliroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SUITS    OF    tfo'OMS    rot*    rAMILIEM.
*W Visitors afid Tourists will find it a
quiet find pleasant resting place.
The Scale of charges will be fou'iVd to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises,
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Proprietor.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COLUMBIA STREET.
NEW WESTMINSTER, S. C.
insT.ini.isiini) isea.)
fr-HIS WELl KNOWN AND MOST
,L conveniently located establishment,
having benn .purchased hy the undersigned, will he cotnhictod as a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDINC    HOUSE,
Under tho personal superintendence of
Mrs. Dagoett.
'■" »•; ma mmz m *
Board ft Lodging per Week $fl 00
Board alone per neck  5 00
Single Meals.      60
£r The Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Inlet twieo a day.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
May 0, 1881.
aaasssalattsikasT
in &*h n ^0 fltrtt.
HORSE FOR SALE.
PROPERTY OF BISHtip .OF. NEW
, Westminster. Broken, to singli*}
nml double harness and saddle. Price
—9100. mhl6
FOR RENT:
T"'HEjA(SLE HOTEL, PRONT-Sr.!'
Ne^j ...WcBtniinsteri   opposite   the
Wharf; with a License.
Apply to.   t.... ,
HENllV V; EDMONDS,
mli22 Ijind Agent:
PCM
J
THREE   YOKE   fjfjrjil,, . HB'aVV
Work Oxen.  All well treiinid.
For tenna and particulars apply to
WM. McKEEi   ..
Feb. 14, 1882.     (felo)     Boundary Be/l
SECOND-HAND
Engine k Boiler for Sale.
ENGINE ABOUT 12HORSI"P0*/*'l
er.   Will be'sold cheap.
DiBEGK BROS. * CO..J. ,
dc29-to New WestminaVeri B.C;
BRICKS TOR SALE,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KttM
of excellent bricks for sale cheap;
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKA*r   '
New Westminster,
June 24, 18S1. jifil
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riterside Farffl, Matsqui,
IS WHOLE OR PART,
CONTAINING THREE HUNDREli
acres Dyked Land, of which 250 acres
could easily bo put under crop for next
season,
WITH WHARF SO FEET FRONT, aid
JHPLE BARN AND OTHER
BCtLDINe    AOCOMMOBATIOK.
Apply to
ocS
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
FARM tot SALE
THE UKPERSIGNED OFFERS FOfi
sale, on the most liberal terms, m
Farm of 140 acres situated on Boundary
Bay, about 8 miles from New Weatbtift-l
ster, and intersected hy the trunk wagon'
road. ...        I
Tlie pimeipal part of the Farm 'a rich
bottom land; twenty-five acres have been
cleared ami partly fenced. There are
two springs of excellent water on the
property. It is well adapted for dairy
purposes.
For particulars, apply by letter, Of
personally to
JOHN R, ROBINSON,
New Westminittr.
January Jrd, 1882. jny4tc
FOR SALE.
CAllNET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR '
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-baBs, octave, coupler, vox hu- <
mana, grand organ, and knee swell, $
stops. This, organ is now uaed in thi
Methodist Church, and is sweet tofltjS
and in good order. Will be -Jolt! for $160
cosh, as it is intended to procure, a ttttit*
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T.R. PEARSON ft CO.,
Stationers ft Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster:
CITY  HOTEL
new Westminster
(Next  BoTo'r to  Public   Library),
('fftCMRlA 8TREET.
THE UNfyHRSlCINED HEOS LEAVE
to nnnonncc to the Public t lint she
has leased tho nboyo HOtcLnnd is pre-
pared to furnish to the travemng Public
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—AT—
REASONABLE   RATES.'
Prlratc Dining Rooms lor ladles
and Families.
MRS. BONSON,
8o28 Masaoml
SUBSCRIBE
FOR TllE British rnltfrrflilan. the
Nowspo-'pe'r on tho.Mai'mand of British Columbia.   Only $)•« year'.
FOR  SALE:
rr*HE   TJNDERMEi'TIONED   PRO-'
1   j*6rty.
City of New Westminster i
LOT  4, BLOCK 19;
"     16;       " S2,
"     12,       " 32,
"      7,       " »,
'•    15,       '' M.
District ot New Westminiter:
Lot 210,   Group I., North short P<tt
Moorty,
I/it  102,  Group I.,   South aide Fort
Moody,
Lot 110, Group I., ncir tlsstings, Burrard Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I., False Crack,
Lot 110, Group II., South bank Fraasf
River,
Lots  117, I4S,  1.10, Group II., South
bflnk, Fraser River,
Lot 06a, Group II., South bank Fraser
River.
HENRtf t. EDMONDS,
mh'18 Ijind Agent.
OREGON PfcitfCE
WILL STAND FOR SERVICB
during the neanon of 1862, ori
the Fai'rVr of the undersigned, Gmlli-
whaok, *ny £t Ijinclcy, Ijadner's Ltihd'-'
ing^, and Maple Ridge.
Oreoiix Pn-fNCB was foaled in Oregon:'
will be 6 years old in'Miy; is a dappled
(fray; stands 17? hands high; weighn Iffjtf
lbs. at prcRcnt, will weigh alioftt 1880 lbs.
during Bcason; is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, and a powerful
homo in harness. He was sired by W.
Mycr's imported Pcrcheron — "White
Prince." Oregon Prince, iron second.
prize at the Victoria AftriniRural Fiir.
fast November, and is the' largest hone
on the mainland of British Coluitibia.
TKRMS-^10, SIS, and $20; Partien'
from a distance sending mares' will be
entitled to free pasturage for one month.'
R. STEVENSON,
jtiyHto' CWUivh^k; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Hay for Sale H.. War*
Dairy Farm, ale P. Ii. Anderson
Dyking. Surrey
B. I. Fishing Co Trustees
Colonial Hotel J. E. Insley
Richmond, S. Miller
"Prince Imperial" R. E. Pur.er
Steamship Victoria... J. A. R. Homer
Ssaled Tenders A. Onderdonk
lite fritish Columbian.
Wrdnndar Horning, April r„ 18S'!.
AlIUKcThlns.
If one did not know th.sa gentleman to be quite incapable of anything of the sort, one might suspect
that it was an attempt tu create a
huge fish "corner" in British Columbia. For the sake ot convenience
we will confine our illustrations to
the Fraser River. Given, ten canneries enough for the river, and a
license fee of twenty dollars apiece—
two hundred dollars a year for tha
exclusive right to fish the Fraser !
Two hundred dollara for the right
to take three or four or five million
dollars' worth of fish and say that
ro one else shall dip a net or cast a
line under pain of "confiscation of
fishing appliances, besides severe
penalties" ! 1 Talk of con.era and
monopolies and tyranny! There never
waa anything equal to this. In the
eastern provinces tlie exclusive right
to fish such rivers as the Fraser has
never been conceded, probably never
dreamed of. The exclusive right to
fish some of the smaller streams is
sometimes put up at auction and sold
to the highest bidder, and for that
many thousands of dollars are sometimes paid. But these streams are
mere creeks compared with the
"mighty Fraser." Why, Allan Gil-
more has been known to pay a thousand dollars for the exclusive right
to whip a four rod stream—i. c, a
stream only large enough to admit
of four sportsmen casting a fly. But
just think of the hardship, the injustice of decreeing that, independently
of these ten canneries, no man along
the whole course of the great river
which drains nearly half a continent,
shall dare to fish for his own "pot"!
Such a law would bo a crime against
nature who has caused such a bountiful supply of food for man to be
borne by tliat noble river through a
thousand miles of territory. The
ruler who would sanction such a law
would deserve impeachment at the
hands of tiie people. Then, again,
see how such an arrangement would
operate—what an arbitrary power,
what a tremendous monopoly would
be vested in these ten canneries, in
respect of those who live by catching
the fish. Every boat, every fisherman would be absolutely at thoir
mercy—would be compelled either
to work on their own terms or sell
their catch at their own price. They
would have their own stores, at
which tbe poor fisherman would be
compelled to trade—to take his pay
in "truck," and thus the benefits accruing to the country from this great
industry would be almost nit "Well,
what would you propose 1" Why,
to be sure, license the boats instead
of the canneries—the boats fishing
aa a trade, leaving personal fishing
for private needs free as nature mado
it. There are already two hundred
boats employed. Under proper arrangements there would soon be five
bundled, whicli, at ten dollars esch,
would yield fire thousand dollars a
year—enough to defray the expenses
of regulating the fisheries and running a hatchery. With a hatchery
in efficient operation and a well digested system of protection rigidly
enforced, the fishing season would in
due time extend over six mouths, instead of six weeks, as at present, and
tbe sea harvest would come round
with aa much regularity as the land
harvest. Fishing would cease to ba
* lottery, a mere gambling adventure. It would take its place
»moDg»t the sober, steady industries,
•mploying thousands during the harvest of eix months and hundreds all
th* year round. The conditions
which now render the employment
of Chinese labor necesssry would
disappear, and a thrifty and prosperous population of a kindred race
would Bpring up along the banks of
ih* Fraser. Who shall say that such
■ condition would not be greatly
more satisfactory to both fisher and
packerl That it would render the
industry immeasurably more profitable to the country goes without saying, We a** writing with a< full
knowledge of th* fact that eome sys-
ttm ot Bo"*** hM b,,n ,doptel1 bjr
the D.pwtn''''* at 0"''w,, *ni iUt
th*  instructions, necessary to put
w,^i«^»Pm,™My
be iiere before these lines shall reach
the public eye. We are also aware
that the Department acted upon the
recommendations of the Fishery
Commissioner in this Province. But
we aro not aware of the nature of
these recommendations. In this and
a former article tho question has
been discussed merely in connection
with the extraordinary and, as we
must bo permitted to think, presumptuous rccommondutiou of a
body styling itself the British Columbia Board of Trade
Editorial Notes.
Hefering to the dock debate ef Friday, tha Standard snyB, "The debate
was conducted with the greatest acrimony on the part of tho Opposition,
and with good sense and judgement on
tho part of tlio Government and its
supporters." From a perusal of the
published report of the debates, one
would bo led to a very different conclusion. The Premier's bearing, especially towards Mr. Ferguson, was
anything but what one should expect
from one in his position.
It is gratifying to note a growing
tendency on the part of the 0. P. R.
contractor in this Province to have
certain kinds of work done by contract. In this way our own people
will have an opportunity of sharing iu
tho work of railway construction, and
the main contract will be shorn of
much of its least attractive feature-
that of monopoly. In this way, too,
the large sums expended on railway
work will get into mure general circulation. We hope and believe also that
the head contractor will find it not an
unproBtable way of having the work
done.
Our friends on tho delta lands
of tho Surrey Municipality are
taking an important and, as we
believe, wise step—ono wliich might be
followed with advantage by somo other
settlements. The area proposed to be
dyked is about tin thousand acres, aud
we need not say that the soil is for the
most part of the very richest kind. All
that is wanting in order to make these
delta lands the most productive in the
country—wo were going to say, the
world—is dyking and drainage. In
their natural state tho soil is water-
soaked and backward in spring, and
the crops being late, harvesting be-
cumes precarious. With proper under-
draining, crops could bo three weeks
earlier and, consequently, harvested in
good time and condition, and we need
hardly say the quality would be improved. But, as so often happens,
there is a "lion in the way." OF the
ten thousand acres proposed to be reclaimed, about three thousand are in
the railway reserve. These railway
lands are, of course, the least eligible
and tho poorest—which accounts for
their not having been taken up by settlers. Without dyking they are worthless. Included in the dyking scheme,
they would, of course, become valuable. What the Dominion Government should do is to hand over these
lands to the municipality for the purpose of aiding the scheme. The settlers need help in carrying out a thorough dyking scheme. They are enti
tied to help; arid if the Dominion Government will just throw in theso waste
lands, the success of the enterprise
would be assured. And why should
they not? These lands are of no value
without dyking, and it would be impossible to put them to a better use.
Indeed, we feel confident that the matter only requires to be properly represented—which tho Member and the
ex-Member are so well able to do—to
the authorities at Ottawa in order to
secure prompt co-operation.
HAY FOR SALE.
THE HUDSON   BAY   COMPANY
has for sale, at Langley, 50 tons of
well-saved Timothy Hay.
Apply to     HENRY WARK,
ap5 Langley.
Burrarfl. Inlet Pishing Co'y
(X.IBSITaD)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH -VT
a meeting of the shareholders of
the above Company will be held at Burrard Inlet, on SATCiitiAY, the 2!)th day
of April, 1882, to take into consideration a proposition for increasing the
Capital Stock of the Company to Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($50,000), in accordance with clause 41, Companies Act,
1878.
J. A. RAYMUR,
C. A. VERNON,
Trustees.
Victoria, B. C, March 25, 1882.    ap5
DAIRY   FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS OF   320
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a part
is suits hie for crop.   It is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—7fi Milk Pans, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. I. ANDERSON,
»-p5tc Nicola Lake.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  'Westminster, B. G.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliance!*, it will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under tho very best
management both aa regards cuisine
and attendance, and parti- •* desiring
them can have comfortable Pl'tVlltC
Hilling Kooms, with special attendance.
The
BAR   BOOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always he kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious antl well appointed, and
provided with Sthaiilk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES, the beet in
use.
kW Good attendance and moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
pRorniETOR k Manager.
April 4, 1882.
tip".
"PRINCE .IMPERIAL"
WILL STAND FOR THE SEA-
sou of 1882, commencing about
15th inst. Season from arrival to continue till 1st July, travelling from Lud-
ner'a Landing to Chilliwhack.
"PRINCE IMPERIAL" is a dappled
Grey, 5 years old, stands 10 hands high,
weight about 1650 lbs., short-legged,
closely built (sired by Myers' "White
Prince"), with splendid action; good feet,
and docile temper; good worker, and
sure foal-getter. Testimonials will accompany him.
Terms for Season $10
Insurance  IS
Cash payable at end of Beason. Cash
for insurance when mare is known to bo
in foal, or has been parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, but all
care taken.
For further particulars apply to
R. E. PURVER.
Ladner's Landing, April 4, 1882.      apS
Pacific Coaslsteaiship Go's
STEAMER
W$k VICTORIA
GAPT.   PLUMMER,
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRAN
cisco for New Westminster on
or about
MOMMY,   1Mb   APRIL,   181,3.
RETURNING-Will sail from New
Westminster for Sun Francisco on or
about SATURDAY, 15th APRIL.
For rates of Freight and Passage,
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS k CO.,
San I-'rancibco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER,  Agent,
inlilS New Westminster.
Richmond Municipality.
NOTICE TolATEPAYERS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Assessment Roll of the
Municipality of Richmond for 1682 is
now open for inspection at the house of
Boyd k Kilgour, Nortii Ann, and that
a Court of Revision will lie held at the
Town Hall on Monday, the first day of
May, 1882, at 11 o'clock a. m.
SAML. MILLER, C. M. C.
Richmond, 3rd April, 1882, ap5
DYKING I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a Meeting for the purpose of making arrangements for enclosing by a dyke
across the valley and dams in the Nico
mckl and Serpentine Rivers, all tide lands
situate within the Municipality of Surrey,
will be held at the Surrey Municipal Hail,
on 15th April, next, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
All interested parties are respectfully
requested to attend,
Surrey, March 30th, 1882. ripil
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
, ceived until FRIDAY the 7th
INST., for certain excavating, and removal of old buildings; and also for supplying rubble stone at New Westminster,
B. C.
For particulars and specifications apply to
JAMES KENNEDY,     .
apl Architect,'ftew West.
AUCTION SALE
—OF—'
HOU8EHOLD
FURNITURE
AND EFFECTS.
T AM INSTRUCTED BY MR. J. C.
J. Bkown to sell at his residence, postoliice building, on
Thursday Next, 6th April,
At 1 O'Clock P. M.,
All his Household Furniture and Effects.
Terms—Cash.   Gooda to be romoved
immediately after Bale.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
apl-2t Auctioneer.
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE
X that from and after this date I will
not be responsible fur any debts contracted by my wife, Isabella Magee, she having left my bed and board without just
use.
Dated 21st Feb., 1882.
HUGH MAGEE.
North Ann, Fraser River. fis'2'2
WANTED:   .
N APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL-
L   oring Business.
Apply to W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
Columbia St., Opposite Lytton Square.
mh20to
VV. ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR,
COLUMBIA STREET
(OPP. LYTTON   SQUARE),
BEGS TO CALL ATTENTION TO
the large stock he lias just received
of
FINE TWEEDS AND CLOTHS,
Which ho offers to; make up at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE' PRICES.
S3T All   work   guaranteed.    Terms—
strictly cash.        inli2I)te
cirnLOTS
—AND—
JLmJLISIJD jb
FOR   SALE.
THE   FOLLOWING    DESCRIBED
Valuable Property in the City and
District of New Westminster:—' '
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 and S, block 17, corner of Merre-
valc and Culnmbia streets. There is a
gnod Houso on these lots nml a Garden
very lately laid out and in good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot 0, block 18, on Columbia street.
Au excellent House; good tenant; and in
thorough repair.
LOT  THREE.
Lots fl and fl, block 1", on Merrevale
street. The best sito in the city for a
residence; thoroughly cleared; well
fenced; an excellent Orchard in full
bearing, and a fine Bpring of the very
best water.
In the District:
LOT POUR.
On False Creek trail—known as the
Hazelwood Estate—B00 acres. The road
passes through a portion of it, nml at an
outlay of one hundred dollars 100 to 200
acres may be brought into cultivation
this year. There is a small House on
this lot, situated half way between this
city and Granville.
LOT FIVE.
On the Burrard Inlet road—joins Mr.
Nicholson's lot; covered with magnificent
timber; distance from this city only three
miles; 100 acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. 9, block fl N., R. 1 West, nearly
opposite Douglas island, on the left bank
of the Fraser river—180 acres.
LOT  SEVEN.
Lot 77, group 1—head of Burnaby lake;
very good laud; 100 acres.
LOT  EIGHT.
Lot 82— west of small lake, Inlet road
100 acres very suporlor land.
LOT NINE.
Lot 167—right bank North Arm—third
lot from the city; 100 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 20, 30, and 32-480 acres; j-
mile from Boundary Bay; fine timber
and fine situation for a logging camp,
LOT ELEVEN.
Section 35, Township 3.
LOT TWELVE.
Seo. 28, Mock 14 North, Range 5
West.
Any of the above property will be soltl
cheap and on easy terms. For particulars apply to the owner,
JAMBS.'MORRISON,
JaM-lm       Colmhbla-et, New West.
lUUMEIllU
;!
WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 12 M„
MAY I5TH, 1882,
FOR FURNISHING
Two Hundred & Thirty-
two Thousand
(232,000)
CROSS  TIES!
ALONG TIIE LINE OF THE
Canadian Pacific Railway
BETWEEN
EMORY & BUi.RARD INLET,
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND
(25,0001 thereof shall be delivered
at Port Moody Station, or at points on
the line of said Railway between Fort
Moody and Pitt River;
Other Twcntv-five Thousand '25,-
000 thereof shall be delivered at Pitt
River, or between Pitt River and
Kanaka Creek;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
ooo) thereof at 'Kanaka Creek, or between Kanaka Creek and Stave River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
0001 thereof at Stave River, or between Slave River and Ilatsic River;
Other Forty Thousand (40,000)
thereof at Hatsic River, or between
Ilatsic River and Harrison River;
Other Twenty-seven Thousand (27,-
oooi thereof at'Harrison River, or between Harrison River and the lower
end of Mai ia.Slouch;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000)
thereof at the lower end of Maria
Slouch, or between said lower end of
Maria Slouch and Tunnel "C" of said
Railway, which funnel is about 15
miles below Emory's Bar;
OtherTen Thousand (10,000) thereof at said Tunnel "C," or between
said Tunnel "C" and Tunnel "D,"
which latter tunnel is about w miles
below Emory's Bar;
Other Fifteen Thousand (i;,ooo)
thereof at Tunnel "D" aforesaid, or
between said Tunnel "D" and Tunnel
"F" on said Railway;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000)
thereof at the said Tunnel "F." or
between said Tunnel "F" and Emory's Bar, or at Emory's Bar.
All such Sleepers or Cross Ties
shall be delivered alongside the Railway and within Fifty feet of the centre
line of the track and shall be piled up
so as not to interfere with the work of
construction. The bottom of the pile
shall be as nearly as practicable on a
level willi the grade of the railway
track; and the said pile .shall be so
made as to permit of ready inspection
and counting; and whe'rever such
piles shall be made near water lines,
bodies of water, or rivers, the same
shall be placed in such location that
the bottom of the pile shall in all
events be above the line of high
water.
It will be necessary to deliver at
least Fifteen Thousand 115,000) ac-
ceptible Ties per month, from date 'of
entering into contract, until completion of same.
Ties must be smoothly hewed or
sawed, free from all scorebacks, and
chopped or sawed square at both ends,
eight feet long, Hatted on two opposite sides to a uniform thickness of
six inches, the Hatted surface being
not less than six inches on either
side at the small end, and when sawed
they shall be eight Inches In width
and six inches In depth.
All Ties must be of sound timber,
full size, and accepted by the Chief
Engineer of said Railway, or they
will not be paid for.
Ten per cent, will be reserved upon
payment of accepted Ties, until completion of contract, and Ten Thousand
Dollars *io,ojo' approved security
required before signing contract. The
security or securities to be given must
be described in the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted..
Tenders to be addressed to the undersigned, Yale, B. C, and endorsed
"Tenders for Ties oil Contract No.
92."
A. ONDERDONK,
ap5 CONTRACtOR.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
AUCTIONEER.
I lmvo received instructions from
J. S. CLUTE, ESQ.,
Collector of Customs,
TO SELL BY
AUCTION
—ai—
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
—OK—
WEDNESDAY,
The Fifth Day of April,1882,
ON IRVING'S WHARF,
AT 10  O'CLOCK  A. M. SHARP,
The undermentioned Goods,
seined lor breach of the
Customs   Laws  of
Canada, viz.:
601 PACKAGES 01*
MERCHANDISE
CONSISTING OF
Chinese Dried & Preserved Vegetables
and Fruits,
Chinese Dried Pish,
"    Soaps,
"    Medicines,
"   Writing Paper,
"   Shoes,
"    Clothing,
"    Twines,
'■    Stationery,
"    Combs,
Axes and Cutlery,
Hungarian Nails,
Tinware,
Candles,
Black Tea,
Table Salt,
Shoe-blacking,
Cotton - flannel   Underclothing,
Towels,
AND   A   MISCELLANEOUS   ASSORTMENT or CHINESE 4St>
OTHER GOODS.
1861.  1882.
TiH-lEJ
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR,' af-";
ter 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his' numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright; We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We' have
now in stock a complete assortment of
GENERAL MERCHAHDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to I he front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates thnn any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
New West., Feb. 8.188!!.       fell
ALSO
At 12 O'clock Noon, Precisely,
A PERFEOTLY NEW
Carom Billiard Table,
With Cues, Ball., Pool Board, hs.,
manufactured hy Strahle Si Co.,
of San Francisco.
TERMS   CASH.
Goods will hi delivered, and must
be removed on the following day.
ROOFS!
V,
1
AUCTIONEER.
New Westminster,
March 17.1880. mh!8
No More Leaky Roofs!
ROOFING,
Till* BEST, CHEAPEST, aud
MOST DUUA1SLE HOOF.
SUITABLE FOR AU CLIMATES
and ALL SEASONS.
I, the undersigned,
having made arrangements with the
Victoria Asphaltum
Works, as Agent,
am now prepared to
executo all orders
for the same at reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P.  FRY. lliu ffitislt Columbian.
Wednefldny JHornlus, April 5, IHS'J.
PASSENGERS.
. r*r ttthmw KNTKHP11TSB. from Vlcturin,
prlt4—Mm. Irving, Mr*. Tait. Mr. ami Mp,
> cdfern.  MIm Upturn, MlM Armitrong, Me/uin.
■ ;, A. Will-not, &. Hmr, ¥. KoUnhtin- Leahmy.
Htutt,  M.  Knjrlfrti, D. Ohixlinlm, Hiirrlmm,
i' fimlmrn, J. Mlln**, K. Ctwtelto, flrnhtm, H.
I urrlt, J. McGinn, llajinall, Sttymour.
* pit* ■trnmer WILLIAM HIVING,  from Yale.
' nrll 3-Mn. Jno. frntch. Mr**. Eu.c--t.jln, Mini*
' ur-grnvM, MIm Taylor, Mlw -Cnniptioll. Mtv*******.
, Onderdonki Jolin Tntttlt, Orptmif*, McMilhn.
.unnn't, J. Ttiylor, 0. llubitiaiui. Itttid, nud
. uthfi-n.
MARR1BO.
I On the Wtli Murch. !iy tlio nw. RenJ.rinpnMI,
iltn T. R'lwurdi.Kicj., (o Kllr.n»«l)i Ji Connor,
,tli of the Noi th Tboni}.ioH River.
Bamtmbtr the big sale at the Pio-
ear wharf to-day.
The lltrlt PaeiM Slope managed to
•t through to Yale.
8h«»p-farraiup;oiithtto pay well, with
utton at 20 eta. per pound.
; Remtmher the big sale of confisoated
(-jierohnndiie takes place to day.
' Mr. Dunimuir nnd family sail from
Veff York to-day on the Servia.
Emerson, Manitoba, has been ereat-
,1 an independent port of entry.
■ .  Capt. Milliard hopea to get the str.
■ tssiar afloat with flood tide today.
The steamer Enterprise made better
,Pfme yesterday, getting in at 4:15 p. m,
li We learn .that Mr. Marcus Smith
fi (ill be deUined at Ottawa till the 20th
I*
> Somo very fine spring salmon hare
. en taken iu Mia river during tho List
| for days. .
) Friday is the last day for tendering
|c ■ the postoliice work; so look alive,
retractors!
1 Very Rev. Bean Granett died at
lij'.ronto on St. Patrick's Day, full of
y.Avt and full of honors.
R Tenders for preparing the site for
■■V) new Poitoffice will be received till
'',iday.—See advertisement.
pi-ilajor A. B. Rogers, in charge of
P Rocky Mountain survey of the 0.
j R. may bo expected here very soon.
7 I'he prospect of a good road between
' i a City and Burrard Inlet would ftp-
| *r tu be just about as remote as
Kir.
I Amongst the passengers who came
Ejwii by the Wm, Irving on Monday
r!« Mr. Onderdonk. He proceeded
Pf i Victoria.
J, tVe ere glad to be in a position to
pounce tho convalesunco of Mr,
tckie of Langley, who is now able
ff Se about.
prhe works of tlie Richmond Canning
'■.■npany are being pushed briskly for-
I rd under the able manngemept of
J I. Windsor.
il'Mr. Speaker" is an important per-
age -just now, Boeing it is by his
1,1 and pleasure that tlie Walkem
f veriiinent exist
\ The   steamer  Golden  City,   whon
' mt to land  at Memphis, on Thum-
.* last, was burned. Thirty-five lives
*e reported lost,
1'o-morrow there will bu an oppor-
I ity for bargains in furnitiiri and
| er household stuff. See Mr. Ed-
fids' advertisamont.
< t is stated that A Inn-go Wright nnd
Rymiil, two old and somewhat
9 id Canadian M. P. 3 are about to
Ire from public life.
ft, Ue where will be found an ipvita-
i, for tenders for large qwuititit** of
''and sleepers on thoEuiory-Mondy
Htm of the C. P. Hail way.
H  firo ocenrrod at Lytton on Friday
^'.ling,  destroying  Hull's  1mtoiler
and Daiatre's bakery and grocery,
[•j—about t.wo thtmsand dollars.
i'careful calculator shows the pro-
ve cost of the dork (not allowing
I .iny more blundering) to be .?0<W •
pO of which $4(50,891.40 will fall
Hte Province.
m,  Bong, Scliool Tencber at Yale,
b regret to learn, has been con-
W to bis house by severe illness, is
■ sufficiently recovered to he aide
feiunie his duties.
Pp. D. H. Mackenzie, extensively
V<ed for some time in railway
fye building In Manitoba, is now
* large of that branch of the work
l.'r. Onderdiink's contract.
i!e Bonanza hrntigbt a quantity of
> and 81,400 bricks. Tha bricke
Fir to be a first-class article, but
Kcannot help regretting that such
li an not made nearer home,
jjitost desirable property, a ready
l and well stocked homestead in
Lyarden of British Columbia is of*
J. for anle by Mr. P. L. Anderson,
I'icola Valley.   See advertisement.
nit Ashing in the Coquitlam is
t'ling excellent sport just now
Telly enjoyed, however, by the
Ijle red man." We And the silver
more convenient and effective
[the fly.
Irt Moody property boometh. Mr.
Ihnston, who sold half of his pro.
I' a week ago at $125 an acre, is
Iiffered $250 an acre for the bal-
Large offers are flying a* thick
Vioiquitoei in June.
m long and, to some extent, able
le in the local Legislature, upon
Itiock question, ended late on Fri-
1 ght by a vot* of twelve to twelve,
Kieaker, of course, giving his cast-
Tte "for the Government."
■ classes of the Collegiate and
School closed yesterday evening,
.liter holidays, tn reopen on Wed-
I* next, 12th instant. New classes
l»at. Event* of History, English
■dure and Oliemivtry will then
unco to recite. This ViM bo a
pie time for new pupils to enter.
JSohulU anti a number of M. P.'s
Ibers waited on His Excellency
"esented him with a solid silver
le of an Indian shooting a buf-
JThe presentation was mado on
(of Dr. Sehultz's constituents in
Jin commemoration of the visit
lExcelleney to their country last
Open.— The Colonial Hotel. See
advertisement.
m   —  '
Pbesonal.—We regret to hesr that
the second and third daughters of W.
J. Armstrong, Esq., M. P. P. for this
city, are very ill at Victoria.
The Rifle. — A match between
Married and Single teams wilt take
place at the Butts on Friday next
(Good Friday)—weather permitting.
At Last!—In the House, on Monday, Hon Mr. Walkem said it was the
intention of the government to cull for
tenders at an early date for the establishment of a steam ferry across Fraser
river at New Westminster.
Thb. two Fatmukd M. P. P.'s.—
The Colonist says tho public would like
to know out of whose pocket will come
the money to pay for the carriages
hired to carry "fatigued1! members to
and from the Home prior to the divisions.
 -*>	
Mr. DeCosmos has sunt out a lengthy
telegram, strongly advising acceptance
of the Dunsmuir* proposition to build
the Island railway, in the course of
which he says Sir John Macdonald
repudiated Lord Kim barley's basis of
settlement.
Mr. Z. A. Lash, Deputy Minister of
Justice, has tendered his resignation,
to date from the close of the session,
when he intends to enter the law firm
of which Mr. Blake is a member, and
which will then he known as Blake,
Kerr, Lash & Casietls.
The Chinese Bill.—The Chicago
Journal's correspondent, who has all
along insisted thst the President would
veto the Chinese bill, says indications now are that the Chinese bill will
be signed. Attorney-General Brewster
is said to be opposed to a veto.
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Tiie speech made by Mr. Feguson,
member for Cariboo, ou tho dock question, on Friday last, was amongst the
most eloquent and forcible dolivered
during the whole dubatc, It oliuitml
atni-mu of applause from the m-il-Iilli'd
galleries iu ipite of Mr.. Speaker's
threats.
SHAMWUL.--A Kingston dispatch
of the 14th ult., says: "A number of
the curptmters who left here under engagement to work for A. Onderdonk,
lli'itisli Columbia section of the Canada Pacific Railway, deserted at dilier-
ent points between here aud Chicago.
The allgod kits ou being examined
wero found to be worthless rubbish.
Imit-isoxku M. P.'s—Iu the British
House of Commons on the 27th ult.
an application was made to allow imprisoned Irish M. P.s to come to London and vole on the Cloture, but Mr.
Gladstone ridiculed the proposition.
The govermuont refused to pair'three
liberals with imprisoned Irish members
at a division on the Cloture question.
Brahlauiik. — In the Court of
Queen's Bench, Clark, plaintiff in the
case against Bradlangh, applied for a
judgment, notwithstanding BradUugh s
appeal to the lords, is still pending.
Justices Grove ami Huddliston gave
judgaient against Bradlangh. It is
designed to force Bradlangh into bankruptcy so as to vacate his seal in the
commons.
 ~—♦	
Mainland Railway Belt.—It (ran-
spired yusturday during the debate
that the government did notiiim; in
the recess to lift the embargo on tlie
mainland railway lands. Not a scrap
of paper on the subject exists. Perhaps a telephonic mesHuge lin-jnrs on
the wires. What a govemmeur. mid
what a people to submit to such indolence aud incapacity. -^-Colonist,
♦	
Bibls Soort-i'Y.— The following ure
the names of the office-bearers of the
Bible Society for this year:—President,
W. J. Armstrong, M. P. P.; Vice-
Presidents, Minister*! of tho Gospel
mem Urn uf the Society; Treasurer,
0. G. Major; Secretary, Rev. R.
Jamieson; and Messrs. J A. R. Homer,
M. P., W. CUrksnn, J. S. ditto, ,1
0. Brown, W. D. Ferris, and John
Robson.
Post Office Mathers.—The Post
Ollice in this city will be removed on
Thursday (to-morrow) to the room
lately occupied by the Savings Bank.
In future the entrance door wilt be
closed at 8 p. in, (except on steamer
nights), so that thero will be no access
to the boxes after that hour. A letter
box will be placed in the outside lobby t
so that letters, Ac, can be posted at
any time.
— .■♦ .
The Reliance calleu at Emory on
her way up Saturday, aud over a hun
dred of the railway workmen—including Mr. Harman and party—took up
their quarters for the night at the
Emory and American Hotels, Next
morning they passed through Yale on
the cars going up the line to be distributed where wanted. They appeared
like a fine body of men altogether.—
Inland Sentinel.
 . ■»
Thb Railway BBLT.—Mr. McGillivray'* resolution, urging the importance of having the lands in the railway
belt on the Mainland thrown open for
settlement wns passed in the House en
Monday. One cannot rend the debates
and not be impressed with the idea
that the Provincial Government care
not a tig whether thu Mainland prospers or not, and some members told
them so very plainly.
 — *>	
Important Dyking Scheme. — A
meeting of settlers on tho tide lands of
Surrey municipality wu held ou the
30th ult. for the purpose of discussing
a scheme te dyke these fertile lauds,
The meeting wu largely attended and
the feeling in favor of the scheme wu
unanimous. It wu resolved to call a
meeting for the 15th inst., at the Municipal Hall, wliich ii announced in
the advertisement elsewhere.
Vancouver Island Railway.—It is
reported here on excellent authority
that Mr. Dunsmuir, tho coal king of
British Columbia, ia on his way to
Ottawa with ft proposition to tho government to build the island railway.
Mr. Dunsmuir is the principal owner
of the valuable coal mines at Nanaimo, and is said to be a millionaire, hia
wealth having been made in the Pacific Province nut of the black diamonds.
■—Montreal Cor. Mail
A Good Thip and a Poor Hat.—
Senators, members, and press men
who went with the excursion to Kingston report a general good time, but
Mr. Bnnster has a grifvanco in connection with the trip. It appears tlmt
in some sport by tho way a valuable
hat of the member for Vancouver was
crushed. Notwithstanding some effort
at reconstruction, it still bears the appearance of a concertina half drawn
out,—Ottawa Correspondence.
Too Utterly Too. — Like most
countries, England is cursed, or blessed, as you like it, with what are politely described as "Advanced Liberals."
Last week Mr. Gladstone moved an
additional annuity of £10,000 for
Prince Leopold, and a pension of £U,-
000 yearly for his widow in the event
ef his death. Samuel Sterry (Radical),
member for Sunderland, objected to
spending the public money for the
support of titled idleness. Labottchere,
Broadhurst and Healy opposed the
grant. The motion was passed—387
to 42.
— ■ ♦	
Too Smart.—The C. P. R. Syndicate would appear to have been unfortunate in the selection of Yankees
too utterly too smart to 611 the highest
positions. It is said that several ofti-
cers of the company have alroady
realized handsome fortunes. Mr.
Stickney cleared a net $150,000 out of
Brandon, aud now General Rosser
retires after having mado his pile.
Rumors are afloat that General Rosser,
late chief engineer of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, has surreptitioualy
got possession of the plates and profiles of the road from the South Saskatchewan and Fort Calgary, and tliat
the Syndicate have taken action 'to
recover them.
Burrard Inlet Fishing Co.
The Company's establishment on
Coal Harbor is expanding into au important industt ial centre. The newest
and most approved machinery has
recently been introduced and placed
in position under tht, able superintendence of Dr. 0. Louis d'Homergue, of
New York, and the capacity of the
works for manufacturing oil and fish
guano has been placed on a broad and
substantial basis. Otiu'fiirmably with
these material improvements, it is now
proposed to increase the capital stock
of the Company to fifty thousand dollars, for which purpnse a meeting of
shareholders is to be held on the 29th
inst.
Drowning In liiukou Buy.
Last week we referred to the accidental drowning in Hudson Bay of
Mr. Alex. Sinclair ami his book-keeper.
The Algoma Expositor contains a full
account of the sad accident, for which
wo regret that we cannot make room.
Mr. Sinclair had been in cbargir of the
H. B. Co.'s |mst. at L'tuloulie as factor
for several years. He was brother oi
Mr. Win. Sinoliiir.of fort Bella Bulla,
in this Province, and undo of Mi'
Jus. Wm Sinclair; of Mtfple Ridge
Ho was bprri in tlio tjervjca and spent
hii whole life in it His futlior was a
chief factor in the II. H. (V, but iva*
not killed by Indiana, as stated in the
Expositor, Having honorably rotirad
from the service, be died at his residence (Edgar Pliice), Breokville, Ontario, ou the 10th October, 1860.
Church News.
Tho following is summarized from
the Churchman's Gazette for April:—
A cunferenee of Cliurchiuen will he
held on Tuesday anil Wednesday of
Easter week, for the purposo of adopting a constitution for the Synod	
On the second Sunday in Lent tho
Rev. Mr. Bell, B. A.,'was ordained
as Priest Miss Davidson, expected from England in May next, is to
be assigned to Nicola Valley, instead
of Kamloops, as was formerly intended.
This zealous Churchwoman gives her
services gratuitously for two years as
teacher. A committee hu been formed,
with John Ctappertnn, Esq., as Chair-
nun, and funds are raised for thu erection of a suitable house The Rov.
Mr. Horlock, the new incumbent of
Yale, is to leave England on the 23rd
inst. On his arrival, the Rev. Mr.
Good will go to Hponce s Bridge, and
the Rcy. Mr. Whiteway will beset
apart for the Indian work on the Lower Fraser, with headquarters at Chilliwhack,
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Caledonian nnd st* Andrew's
Society.
Pursuant to public notice, a meeting
of Scotchmen wu held at the Colonial
Hotel on Monday evening, for the pur-
poieoforganiieinganational society upon
broad and solid buis. The attendance
wu largo, quite a number having come
from Langley, Burrard Inlet, Ac. Capt.
Irving wu unanimously voted to the
chair and Mr. Wm. McColl was appointed secretary. The object of the
meeting having been explained by the
chairman, steps wero taken fur the
organization of what shall be known
ns "Caledonian and St. Andrew's Society.'- Having agreed upon the fundamental articles of the constitution,
a roll of charter members waa opened
—to which twenty subscribed and paid
the initiation foe. A committee having been constituted for tiie purpose of
preparing a constitution and by-laws,
it wu appointed that a meeting shall
be held on tho evening of Monday
tho 17th inst., for the purpose of receiving the committee's report, completing tlie work of organization, and
electing officers, and the meeting adjourned till the 17th accordingly.
CM) Council.
This body met on Monday. Several
communications were road, amongst
them one from a legal firm in Victoria,
stating that unless tho $100 deposited
by B. P. Briggs is at once paid over
to that gentleman, proceedings will be
commenced for its recovery.
Councillor Webster's resignation was
read, nnd before any action could be
taken thereon Councillor Elliott placed
his resign at. Lin on tho table and withdrew. This left His Worship the
Mayor and the remnant of the Council hors de combat, aud so an adjournment took place. It is to be presumed
that this ends the civic autonomy of
tho Royal City, at least until new
Letters Patent shall issue; and it is to
bo wished that uhall not happen until
the ratepayers havu made up their
niindi to exercise more discretion in
the use of tho powers of self-government.
Marine intelligence.
On Saturday the steamers Reliance,
Western Slope, Pacific Slope, and Wm.
Irving sailed for Yale. The Western
Slope tied up at Murderer's Bar, the
water being too low to admit her going
farther. The other three went through
tu Yale.
The brig Bonanza arrived from Victoria ou Sunday with a cargo of brick
for Mr. Deane's new building.
Ou Monday the Reliance returned
from Yale, bringing passengers nnd
35 head of very fine beef cattle for
VauVolkenburgh & Co.
The steamer Princess Louise arrived
from Victoria with 138 passengers,
mostly railway men for Mr. Onderdonk. The steamer Reliance received
tho men on board and started for
Yale iu the evening.
The steamer Wm. Irving returned
from Yule in the evening, having o
large number of passengers and 84
head of beef cattle for Mr. Greaves.
The steamer Western Slope, returned
from up-river (the Pacific Slope having
returned from Yale after taking her
freight) und left shortly after for Victoria, carrying away the bulk of the
passengers brought down by tho Irving,
Ou Tuesday morning the tdenmer
Princess Louise sailed for Victoria,
with quite a number of passengers.
The steamer Enterprise arrived from
Victoria iu the evening, bringing a
general freight and a number of passengers.
Tire steamer Pacific Slope returned
from up-river, bringing some farm
produce from the settlements.
Suicide or Murder?
On Sa- urday morning it wu stated
on the street that the body of a Chinaman had been found in a fearful condition under the City Council room. Remembering that it whs "All Fool's
Day,': it was with considerable difficulty that anyone could be prevailed
on to go und see. Our Reporter, willing
to run the gauntlet of ridicule, went,
and a hornblo spectacle In beheld.
There, suro enough, was the body of a
Chinaman. Resting upon the left hip
on the Door, there was a small rope
drawn tightly round the nock and
fastened to a beam five or six feet
high, tho head suspended about two
feet from tho floor. The left arm was
encircling au upright post, as if holding on to it, Thu body was, in parts,
literally roasted—the hands burned to
a crisp, aud the abdomen to such an
exstent that the intestines actually protruded. There was the appearance of
a quantity of paper and clothing having been burhed under und around the
body, yet not in our opinion indicative
of sucli a lire us would produce the
conditions presented by the body. The
discovery was made on Saturday morning before daylight; the attention of
the neigh bora having boen attracted by
the smoke aud the disagreeable odor.
Coroner Trew viewed tho body, aud
impanneled a jury, Dr. Sivewright
being called upon fo examine the remains. A number of witnesses, both
whites and Chinese, were examined,
and it appeared from the evidence that
deceased's name wat Ah Kye, that he
had been laid up with a sore foot for
about four months in tlie premises referred to, and that he had boon lust seen
alive on Friday night. There being
just room for suspicion of foul play,
the Coroner vory properly asked for an
upon verdict, which the jury accordingly rendered, to the effect that death
was the result of strangulation. In a
small wooden box, partially burned,
which appeared to have been kept under the pillow of deceased, wu found
$14.50, and some papers, including tax
receipts, Ac The body wu handed
over tu the Chinese residents.
Richmond Council.
Council met at the Town Hall on
Monday, April 3. Presotit—Reeve,
and nil the Councillors,
A communication from G. E. Corbould was read and ordered filed.
A communication from J. H, Stir-
ton, relative to road on Lulu Island,
was read and Clerk instructed to reply.
Applications from English A Co. and
the Richmond Canning Co. for licenses
to retail merchandise in tho municipality, were received and the licenses
granted
Contractors' bonds for contracts 1,
2, 3 and 4 were received and accented.
By-law for nroparing a Wild Land
Tax was passed.
Assessment Roll for 1882 wu revised
and adopted.
Councillor Fruer reported that,
finding that it would cost a much
larger sum to repair the road leading
into Mr. Cochrano's place than had
been represented by the late occupier,
he had taken no steps iu tho mutter.
The Clerk wu instructed to notify
hy advertisement in tho British Oo-
mjhman that a Court of Revision
would be held on the first Monday in
May and that tlie Assessment. Roll for
1882 was now open for inspection.
Councillor Smith gave notice that at
next meeting he would introduce a by
law to raise a municipal revenue for
1882.
Council then adjourned.
Seeds! Sbkds!—A large and varied
stock of fresh seeds, imported from
the principal and most reliable growers.
at Herring's Drug Store.
Skeus!—Call and seo our tine btock
Agricultural Seeds and note onr prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Herring,
Druggist, City Drug Store, V. VV.
British Columbia Agepcy of Toronto
Sate and Lock Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated safes are umde from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and havo ull the modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Snrgont Greeiileaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they arc duty free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes,
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, ut
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dolliu's,
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
uo2    M. W. Waitt& Co., Victoria.
Flower Skbus, -r-vpw finest assortment in the Provin e. Forwarded
to any part of B. C., postage paid. Ad-
dross Herring, Druggist, N. W.
Death in tub Coffee Pot.—The pub
lie are cautioned against purchasing imported California ground coffee. Its
cheapness h its oiuy recommendation.
The ingredients are of tlie vilest description, aa any ono using it will d'ecover
should he examine the grounds. During
the perihelia of the planets people should
be careful what they eat and drink. Don't
allow your grocer to palm off his trash
upon you, because it pays hiin better to
".ell it than tho good article. Ask for
F-ai. i Co.'a Coffee and take no other, r
Worse than War.—"The' throat 1ms
(Htroyed moro lives than tho swonl" by
i.npnidonee in eating and intemperance
in drinking; but when the health becomes
inpairod tho miserable dispeptic may
find prompt relief in Burdock Blood
Biui-ort-. It rcgulutcf- the bowels, acts
upon the liver nnd kidneys, purifies the
blood, and stimulates all the t secretions
to u healthy action.
Tub Secret of Beauty.—No cosmetic
in the world can impart beauty to a face
that is disfigured by unsightly blotches
arising from impure blood. Burdock
Blood Bitters is the grand nv.rifying
medicine for all humors of the blood. It
makes good blood and imparts the bloom
of health to the most sallow complexion.
Ciin.B*um.—These troublesome complaints may bo speedily cured by Hagyard's Yellow Oil, the Rheumatic remedy, which, as an external application and
as an internal remedy has a wider range
of usefulness than any similar preparation in the world. All: druggists sell it.
23 cents.
Bu-e Vitriol—Genuine English—For
droning wheat to prevent the snmt.
Send to Lasoley k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should be iu every stable. . mh29
Mr. S. M. Hautm.xn*, Dentist, of Victoria, purposes paying New VVcstmin-
sier a professional visit on tlie 28th
March and remaining a few days, when
he will be happy to meet anyone requiring his services. mhlS
Blcestoxk for farmers' use, in 1,000,
500, and 100-lb. lots, at 7, 8 and
10 cents per lb. Address A. M. Herring,
Druggist, N. W, mhl.2m
Db/tistry.—Dr. Welsh, Dentist, will
be found at tho "Holbrook House" for
the present, until he cun secure a permanent ollice. mhlS
Easter Qards.—A fine assortment of
the latest designs, at T. R. Pearson k
Co.'s
SEVEN THOUSAND I
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT SEASONABLE FKICES.
Liberal Terms or Payment given to
Bona ride Settlors.
These Lands are of excellent quality,
nnd a large portion of them is ready for
the plough.
C. E.  WOODS,
New Westminster,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victoria,
Or
C. B. SWOED,
Riverside.
llUlli
WILL BE HELD AT
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
—ON—
Tuesday & Wednesday,
APHIL  11TH  &   12TH, "
IX WEBSTER'S STOXE BUILDIX6
The Work consists of Handsome, Uaefiil
and Serviceable Articles of
LADIES'.   rHI?.0REN%   AND
OTHER 'LOTHING,
FANCY    WORK,   &C.
The Proceeds of the Sale will be devoted
to tho General Mission Fund of the
(Church of Rngland) Diocese of
New Westminster.
A  CONCERT
Of Vocal and Tnstrnmental Mastic will he
given at the DRILL SHED, on
TUESDAY EVENING,   APRIL II,
In aid of the above Fund.   TIOKET3-
?1 00;    Children   half-price.    For
further  particulars   see   Programmes.
JSTSubstantial REFRESHMENTS can
1)0 obtained on the davs of Sale, ai the
Sale-Room Lunch Stall.
mhS!      JJt* Own* or rar. Committec.
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
THK TRUSTEES OP TRENANT
School wish to 'engage the services
of a duly cci*tified Teacher. Applications received until April 20th next.
Salary, S50 per month.
J. KIRKLAND,
mh25 Sec. T. B.
("Colonist" please copy.)
HOLT'S EXPRESS I
PERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
J light freight to move to the steamers on the morning of Hailing, or at any
time, can rely upon having it done
promptly by dropping their orders into
my box nt Messrs. T. It. Pearson k
C').';* Bookstore. Orders should be in
beforo eight o'clock iu the evening.
mhlS EB. HOLT.
Maple Mge Municipality!
NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS.
A COURT OP REVISION WILL
be held in the Public School-house.
Maple Ridge, on the Oth day of May.
188*2, at 1 o'clock p. m., when person*
objecting to their a *■••(• win c-nts will be
heard.
JAMES WM. SINCLAIR,
Clerk to Municipality,'
Maple Ridge, March 13, 1S82.    mh!5
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHOEN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICT0HIA   FEICES.
SI THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbia st., New Westminster.
BUSINESS NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN',
that the Business heretofore earned
on under the name of R. W. Deane k Co.
on Columbia Street, New Westminster,
will from this date lie carried on under
the name of TRAPP BROS., they having
purchased the above-named Business,
assuming all liabilities and collecting all
accounts due the late firm.
TRAPP BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS due the late firm
of R. W. Deane k Co, must be paid to
the undersigned within thirty days from
the date of this notice.
TRAPP BROS.
March 22, 1882. mh25
INFORMATION WANTED
INFORMATION WANTED OF HEN
■I, by Smith, r, native of Ballyrenan,
Parish of Balee, County Down, Ireland;
mother's maiden name, Mary Roney;
father's name, Edward Smith. Henry
Sniith visited Irelnnd in I860, and on
his retain wns shipwrecked aboard the
steamer "Golden Rule" on thoRanctv
dom Reef. He arrived in San Francisco
in July, 18b'.">, and left in August of that
year f\)r Cariboo or . the Fraser river
country, whore ho hnd previously resided.
If alive, he is now 54 or 55 years old;
he is over 0 feet in height and of
stout build. Any information will be
thankfully received by his nephew ROBERT MckEATING, in care of John
Henry Blaney, Hibcrnia Bank, San
Francisco, Cal. tuhlS-lm
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS  TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS patrons that he has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK)',
Where will be found, as usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES.
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Ac, 4c. '
Which will he boM nt the LOWEST
rOSSIBLli PKIOKS for €usk V. i
Ho thanks his h-jcmls for their past
liberal patronage unil hopes for a continuance of the same. mhl
1862. 1882.
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
Ri;CCES801iS TO
DIRECT
IMPORTERS
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
MESSRS. TRAPP BRO-
thers, having purchased the old-established
Business in
COLUMBIA   COLLEGE
FOR GIRLS,
NEW AVESTJIINSTEK, 11. C.
Visitor, Bishop ofKcir Westminster.
Lad) Principal,  •   Miss Kendall.
THK COLLKGR WILL REOrEN
JAN. 4, 1882. The school year
consists of 10 months, or 40 weeks, divided into three Terms.
FEBS
(IS ADVANCE)
Hoard, 9
Washing,
Tuition (English, French
and Latin),
(without Latin),
(without French
nnd Latin),
(elementary claw)
do.
do.
4.00 U
25 "
5.00 "
4.50 "
8.60 "
2.50 "
4.00 '•
15.00 "
6.00 "
week
doz.
do.
Mnsio,
Smcn'NG (by Mrs. Sillitoe),
Gehman (li'y Mrs. Sillitoe),
\ reduction of 25 per cent, off tuition
fees in caso of second and younger sisters.
CHARLES E. WOODS,
rtc2J.tr) .Hon. See.
Of 11. W. Deane & Co., beg
leave to call the attention of
the Public to the following:
That for 30 days, commencing from the First day
of April, they intend to hold *
a Clearing Out Sale,
when Goods will be sold AT
COST, and some under cost,
FOR CASH.
We also intend to hold an
Auction Sale of Goods
on the following Saturday
nights   in    April: —. 8th,
15th, 22nd, and 29th,
commencing at 7 o'clock, at
our Store on Columbia Street,
We guarantee to the Pub.
lie that these Sales will ba
exactly what we claim them
to be, and not mere advertising dodges.
The reasons for our selling
at cost are these:—We have
large invoices of Goods to
arrive shortly in every department; We have too large
a Stock already and wish to
reduce it.
We respectfully solicit a
continuance of the liberal
public patronage bestowed
upon the late firm of & W.
Deane & Co.
We have on hand a full
Stock in
Dry (foods & Clothing,
Gents' Furnisliing Goods,
Faints, Oils, etc,
Tailoring,   Millinery   and
Dressmaking   done on  the
TRAPP BROS.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, P, O, ■Dm; cStorj).
KITHlAND KIN.
(Continued.)
"That ii an idea ton monstrous to
bt entertained for a moment, You
have spent four whole days in a great
city, at an hotel—of courso you havo
news; I would give the world to stay
at an hotel, it must be so grand! What
a swell I should feel, if I were you ?"
"My dear Rhoda "
" 'How vulgar you are!' I know
what's coming, arid am kind tpough
to spare you the trouble of saying it."
She laughed, still jumping lightly
from one foot to the othur. Judith
looked at her, and smiled too, indulgently.
"Well, at least take off that apron,"
said she, pausing just before the parlor
door. "Don't present yourself before
mother with such a thing on."
"Why not, I wonder? Besides, I
can't take it off till my work is done."
"What work? You working!"
"Well, I'll tell you," said Rhoda. ii
ripple of mirth running over her face.
"Ho, ho, ho!'1 the burst into a peal of
laughter that made the rafters ring.
"I'll tell you—J'lh'plucking a goose!"
"PluckingUgdGse!"
"Just so. One came-was sent I
mean; you could hardly expect the
•poor thing to walk over of its own accord from Scar Foot; and that lazy old
Geoffrey Metcalfe had never plucked
it. He ii an aged impostor, if ever
there was one. Louisa has plenty to
do, poor creature! so there was literally no one to-do it but me, and I've
been in the kitchen lost to all outside
things, absobed in my work, and my
work alone, as you so often say I
should be. Come in! I think mother
and Delphine are both—— Oh!"
She had pushed; open the door, and
entered the parlor, but suddenly re-
ceiled on the very threshold, almost
falling over upon her sinter, who, filled
with a somewhat impatient astonishment, put her. aside, and entered the
room.
"Mother and Delphine" were there;
the former a comely looking matron,
resembling her eldest daughter in
features, but with a high complexion,
and eyes which lacked the steadfastness of Judith's; the latter a very lovely, slender, fair-haired creature, who
ut in a side-window, embroidering,
Rhoda's "oh" had been called forth
by the fact that they were not alone.
Standing in the window recess, and
languidly propping himself against the
aide of it, was a tall young man, who,
with his hands clasped behind him,
had fixed his eyes upon Delphine's
work, and who appeared either too
exhausted or too indolent to lift off It
again.
Judith, inwardly as much surprised
as Rhoda at the apparatiou, advanced,
nevertheless, with her usual composure. Delphine rose and went to meet
her, undulating forward, with a peculiarly graceful' sylph-like movement.
Rhoda, after her tint recoil took courage, and went forward, her color high,,
but her eyes defiantly laughing.
A kiss on the part of the two elder
girls. Then Judith went to her mother,
stooped over liar, and, kissed her, remarking:
"I'm glad to see you haven't suffered while I have been away, mother.
You look very "well."
"I am very well, my dear, and very
•riad to see you back! You are earlier
than we expected."
"We came by the Midland instead
of the North Eastern, mamma." _
"Oh, yes. My dear, let me introduce our visitor. Mr. Danesdale, my
eldest daughter.'' Mr. Danesdale bowed low, rousing himself apparently
from his languor to do do so; Miss
Oouisbrough smiled and asked:
"Sir Gabriel's son?"
"S—Sir Gabriel has the happiness
to call me son," replied the young gentleman with a very' slight lisp, a very
slow and pronounced drawl, and a
south country accent which struck
with peculiar effect upon Judith Con-
isbrough'a northern ears.
"You have been long expected," she
said.
"Yet I came quite unexpectedly
after all," he answered, turning to
Rhoda and holding out his hand to
her. Not a smile dawned upon his
handsome face, winch was even sad in
its tired solemnity of expression. He
had mournful, slowly-moving eyes of
dark blue, over which the lids fell
thoughtfully—or sleepily? Judith speculated. His general expression and
manner was one of weariness and ennui carried to excess.
"Good afternoon," he drawled.
"That goose; it it nearly done ?"
"Ah, i/oii never plucked a goose,
never saw one dene, in your life, Mr.
Danesdale," she said, blushing, more
with suppressed laughter than embarrassment.
"I've n—neyer done it myself, certainly; but I've often seen other fellows do it; or if not geese, pigeons,
which comes to the same thing, you
know."
"Fie, Mr, panesdale!" snid Mrs,
Conisbruugh, smiling with a placid
amusement expressing anything but
fie.
"But why, mamma?" cries Miss
Rhoda, thirsting for information.
"What is there wrong in watching
people pluck geese, or pigeons either I
You are casting a reflection upon your
child when you say 'fie.'   And if Mr.
Danesdale's friends "
"Oh, I beg your pardon; I didn't
say 'my friends,' I said 'other fellows.'
There's a difference," expostulated Mr.
Danesdale.
"Well, it's very funny, replied
Rhoda, while the rest of the company
smiled, and the young man placed a
chair for Judith, opening his eyes fully
at kit, and saying:
"You have been at Irkford, Mrs.
Conisbroughsayi."
"Yes, with Mr. Aglionby, my
uncle."
"Indeed. W—what sort of a place
il it ? I never was there, though I used
to know some fellows at Oxford who
had been. They lived there when
they were at home." .
"I can hardly tell what sort of a place
Hia. Verylai^'indtervdirty-—"
"Oh, what a poor tame description!
said Rhoda. *Ye,u little know what
she did whil^ahe waa there, Mr.
Danesdale; i# what ihe went for.
She it a dangwoue person. She went
on purpoi* to go to th^Iaberai Demon-
ettatioiiw"
.. "Did  she  go, or was she  taken
there ?" asked Mr. Danesdale.
"Both," replied Judith, taking off
her gloves. The young gentleman had
seated himself, and appeared in no
haste to take his departure. He was
dressed in a brown velvet shooting-
jacket and knickerbockers, and now
Judith remembered to have vaguely
noticed a gun leaning up against the
wall in the hall. Rhoda at this juncture was beckoned to by her mother,
and going to her, received some whispered instructions which sent her
skipping out of the room.
"D—does she always run?" asked
young Danesdale earnestly.
The others laughed.
"Almost always. I wish she would
practice walking a little, now chat she
is such a big girl," said Delphine,
speaking for the first time.
"I don't think I should tell her so,"
he said in a tone that wns almost animated. "She looks very nice as she
is!"
"Yes, I think so," Judith said, and
Mrs. Conisbrough turned to her.
"Mr, Danesdale hns been kind
enough to bring us some birds, Judith;
so lies going to stay and have a cup of
ten, and walk home te Danesdale Castle."
"To walk!" Judith said in some
surprise, and before she had time to
restrain herself.
"You seem surprised," he remarked.
"I often notico that people do look
surprised when they bear that I can
walk at all, and then I always feel inclined to say, 'would yon rattier look
a better walker thnn you are, or be a
better walker than you look ?
"The last for me," said Judith
laughing. "It is much easier to answer
than the one about being a fool and
looking one."
"Perhaps it is," he admitted. "At
least it is very beautiful to have it decided for you so promptly. I have
heard a great deal about you, Miss
Conisbrough. I have pictured you in
my own mind, marching on with the
multitudes to the Liberal Demonstration at Irkford."
"Our chariot marched along, and
that very slowly, for the multitude
was very great, literally."
"I suppose it would be. Irkford is
such a t—tremendous place for that
sort of thing."
"Only Irkford ?" suggested Delphine,
presenting him with a cup of ten,
which, accompanied by Rhoda, had
now arrived.
"Yorsett too, it seems," he answered; "which is what I should never
have expected. Miss Conisbrough,
did you really go because you wished,
or on compulsion?"
"I went because I wished."
"Judith is the politician of this
family/' observed Rhoda. "She has
been known to sit up nt night reading
political books."
"And where did you get your politics from ?" he asked.
"Chiefly from my uncle."
"By the way, Judith, how is your
uncle / I wender he didn't come in,"
said Mrs. Conisbrough.
"He—oh, he seemed rather in a
hurry to get back to Scar Foot," answered Judith, with a sudden constraint in her maimer, which Delphine
noticed with a quick look upward.
' "Have' you seen Mr. Aglionby yet,
Mr. Danesdale?" asked Judith. "He
and Sir Gabriel are great friends,
though suoh very opposite characters."
"Ive heard a lot about him, but I
have not seen him. That is a lovely
place of his by the lake—what is it
called ?"
"Shennnmere."
"Shennamere—yes. I nde over
with my father, the very day after iny
return. But Mr. Aglionby was out,
they said."
"I see."
"And there didn't appear to be anybody else. Has Mr. Aglionby no
children ?"
There was a momentary, a more than
momentary, pause and silence, during
which Danesdale thought to himself:
"Now, why did I ask that question!
I've put my foot in it, somehow."
At Inst Mrs. Conisbrough remarked,
blandly, but nut cordially.
"Mr. Aglionby's only son displeased
him exceedingly, many years ago. He
married a woman his inferior in every
way. Mr. Aglionby quarreled with
hiin and disinherited him, and some
years afterward the son died."
"I see. It must be rather slow for
the poor old fellow, I Bhould think.
He must often have regretted the loss
of the only fellow with whom he could
constantly quarrel."
"Oh, I don't think it was his desire
to be always quarreling with any one,
poor old man! Of course he felt the
misunderstanding."
"Rather a serious misunderstanding,
to quarrel irreparably with one's only
son, wasn't it?" asked Mr. Danesdale,
whose drawl had almost disappeared,
nnd whose eyes no longer half closed,
were regarding Mrs. Conisbrough en
quiring] y.
"Y—yes," replied the lady, trifling
with her teaspoon, nnd gazing into her
cup, "It was a terrible misunderstanding. It cut him up very much, But
I hope we—tho girls and I—have done
all in our power to make up to him for
the loss of his son."
"Ah, y—yes," said Mr. Danesdnle,
returning to his drawl and his hesitation. "But an only son's a difficult
thing to replace. Being one myself, I
speak from mournful experience. My
father tells me, often, what a unique
article I am. I'm sure he finds me a
great anxiety, just from that very
feeling that he couldn't re-place mo if
anything were to happen to me. Will
you have some more ten, Miss Conisbrough V
Judith started as she gave hiin her
half empty cup to put down.
"No, thank yon. I'm not thirsty,
nor hungry either."
"I should think that lake by Scar
foot must be a glorious place for skating," observed Mr. Danesdale. "Does
it ever get frozen over ?"
"Oh, yesl" Rhoda exclaimed fervently. "It does, and when it is
frozen, I could live on it. You can't
think what it costs me to come off it
at tho end of the day. I do hope the
next winter will be a hard one, Mr.
Danesdale, and then you would see
what it is like, all about here. I always say there is no such place as
Yorsett and the dale In the world, but
Judith and Delphine vow they would
rather live in a musty town; and why,
do you suppose ?"
(To be Continue*!.)
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Importers and Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
FARCY GOODS,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side op Colombia St. ,
New   Westminster,  B.  C.
Tho largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock oflvhe Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools, Also, School Requisites
iu great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment iu the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Sonic beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A Very lnrge variety of Fancy Goods always on hnnd, to which additions nre being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very lnrge nnd complete stock of mis*
cellaheous articles such as are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spectacles, Eye-G lasses..
Playing Cards, Visiting Card).,
Builiiesn Cards, Card board,
Card Cases,  Vases, Games*
Inks of nil ktmla,
Ink*(mi(it—p itln and fancy,
Photo   A llm mi, Plcinrer-.,
Autograph  Allium.,,  To-fit
Scrap Hooks. Purses,
Writing Desks, Gold Pent,
.tattles' Work Banket*,
GrntlititfH'H Breaking Cases,
Splints, Velvet Frames, toe, toe.
Pianos & Organs.
Having mnde unusually favorable arrangements with some of the leading Pimm
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, we are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
asked forn yery inferior instrument. We
have the oxolusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, aro now in
this city, and they arc undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. We ftre
also agents for the Ktinhc Piano**, the
Stoinway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we can supply on
the most favorable terms. We are agents
in this province for the Dominion Orffiin
IIO'H. Organ* (of Bowmanvillc, Out.), and
W. Bell & (Vs. Organs (of Gueiph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intindins to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind. Canadian.
American or huropean, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
Tho largest assortment of Voeal and Instrumental Music to bo found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both souular and
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by i.omcof
tho best pianists in the cast. Sheet music
sold at New York prices.
Music Books.
Always on hand, a gootl assortment of
Instruction BopkB for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. Tlie new mid enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books.
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
In stock will bo ordered promptly/
Insurance.
We are agents for tlio North British
AND MbrCANTII.E FlltK INSURANCE Co.[
Capital, 810.000,000 ; Low. paid, $&>,-
000,000. Also, the CrwmrauTioN Live
Association, offering the lowest rate, or
tlie best security of «»jr company doing
business in Canada.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Colombia it. (botweun 0. G. Mnjor'i and Jsmw
Cnnnliitftiiun'i),
New Westminster, B. C.
CEO.  TURNER,
LAND      SURVEYOR.
McColl's Store, Holbrook's Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C,
J. A. R. HOMER,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Mr. J.Oumringlinui's Store.
Residence—Merivale Street.
Br. Loftns L Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Pqst-Ofme, Columbia Street.
Office Hocus—Mottling) from 11 to 1 j
I'.\*cning, from 8 to 8.
C. J. LEGGATT,
Bar rister-a t*La w
NOTARY PUBLIC,   ETC.
OFFICE-Next door to Uren'i Photo.
Gallery, McKcnzie st., rJ ew Westminster.
A7L D. MacEUEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PU3LIO, &C,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia street, Opposite Hyack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER!
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Celrillie] Hfttel)
NGW   WES T M 1 N S T I' I!
Kf Several good Farms for Sale antt to
Lease. nolo
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCH    NTS,
WHARF STREET, • VllITOItlA.
AOBSTS   3TOB
North Driilsli mul MprcitiiUlr*
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H. 0. BEETON 4, CO.,
36 Finslmry Circus,
London, E. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER;
House, Land, Court and
CENERAL ACENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for tlioTltAVK1,1,KI(S' mill-
AM K CO., or lliirlfuril. Conn.
New We.tuln.1er, B. C.
0.I. MAMTEH,
WAT HMAKEB& JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATCHES, OLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All kin.il. nl l.ol l> ami kii.vkk jew.
EI.IIV  inmle In enter,
ETRUSCAN COLORING, COLD £ SILVER PLATINC,
K.xniteinrut    and   Wfllillns   Ring,   a
specially.
W Watches   nnd   Jewelry rnrefnlly
repaired. Old Gold nnd Silver bought.
jny4tc
Every Man to his Own Business
-A..   PEELS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OTO. COI.ll.MAI, IIOTKI.I,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
PIijMiIjiis' Prescription* and ram.
Ily Recipe* n Ipecliilt).
N. B, — Only Genuine Drugs nsoct.
Over twenty vents' experience.    mr23
CHARLES E. WOODS,
LAND SURVEYOR.
REAL  ESTATE  AGENT.
Conveyancer & Accountant.
RUMS,  (IKHTS, *C, COMKtiTKD,
Loans Negotiated, nnd n Qeticra)
Agency Business transucted.
AOBMT  roll  Tilt
l'hcnlx Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, and tlm
Kqultalile lifo Assurance Society
of tho United Stutm.
roMMKIA   NtBKET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B, C,
V. 0, Bo* W,
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
WHOLESALE
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
 -A.J*ffX»	
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET.
VICTOKIA, B.C.
Having established Uitsineas Id llie above
Lines uinl by
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We eve prepared to fill onion to the
Trade in the following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
<'untiles nice, Syrup. (Jliecse,
Dried fruits, ('united Goods.
Vinegar. Raking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
B A MS,
m QMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in the Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to the iinrfenioted fioode, oft
whieh theimmt LIUKKAL IN DUCK-
MKXtS will he offered to the
Trade, as we ore
SOLE
f.OOII AS GOLD BAKING POWDER
Tlio Boat anil Cliuapcat.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL.
Water White and Pure,
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Iking  tho Larucat Bieo and Boat
Toliucoo,
mil i nn'in    I' i
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT TIIE—
I LOWEST MARKET RATES.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
—FOB—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   TIIE—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 por month.
Rock Foremen... M 00 to $4 00 # day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class... 2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 60 to   3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
clnss  3 (JO V
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to   2 00    "
Drillers  1 75 to 2 00 "
Laborers.  1 50 to 1 75" "
Hewers  2 50 to 3 00 "
Choppers  1 50 to 2 00 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All.Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board nnd Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Lino.   Board—$4 per week.
It frill not be cofnpiilftory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
\Vfl.ces will be finid monthly, on the
10th of each month,
A.   ONDERDONK,
Gknkkai. MAnacf.'r.
OfFicf, of thk Contractors,
Canadian Pjiorttc I!A!i.\fAV,
Yule, March 1, 1881.
THK
SAN FPAKGISCO BULLETIN
—THE—
Leading Evening; Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
IT IS TIIEnKr(u;*VI/,KD Al'THft-
rit.v in Cnmmerclnl nml Plnum-lnl Olrctw,
nnd tlie bent l-'niiiily Jnitrimt oi.fliu I'mitle roust.
Servi'il hy carrlem in Sun Krnncineo
■itnlilie tiivi.s of tlie Interior nt *45c. prr ff,.«v
t'v ninil, iHWtaao l-uiil $18 |ier I'tui.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
I*n mammoth hvc'vo-pnno .totirtnil, rind In prn.
port ion to it m hI/c tlinrliiNiiii'Pit pn|i*rlti tlmiuui.try
KlWRimoV  IEATKS.
The W>«   ly ami tlio Friday Ilullettn,
to*mini: ingot.)-i* tlm mint coiii'ilutc Stntt-
tVH'kly pnHir-licil on Ihe 1'rtcillc Const, will
Ik>i*tii1 Id uny niliiresH, postngtf (mid, mi Hu* M.
Inwllii: li'i'ins:
aa
Weekly and Friday llulletln.
Weekly Bulletin Alone.
Ono Yi'ir	
Six Moulin ..
.|3 00
l.tiO
.. $2 fin
UfVnilt'iiuMi hy Hi'ift, ' ''letuflW tinier, Wi-lln,
Kurc'i* IV" KxjiietM, nnd llv^l»li'H'il Ultur, at
t-fir link.
FKKE SKEB WISTUIBI'TIOX.
nil
Kndi mihtierihi'r will l>-> prencnted with
Ttiriftiu Of Urn- ami Vuluiilih* TltKK,  VK0«.
TAlll.K.nml K1.DWKH 8BKDS, ei-mil In vnlne It
tlm miIi crl|illim prh'ti of Hie pnper.
»"B*'Si'iiilft>r.t>iittiitl**(:o|-'y, Kivlnic full part iriilari.
AdilniM,
8. K. BUUKTI'i HIMPIXY,
MA*. I It A MIM l>
Cellfenih.
THE STANDARD
LIFE ASSURANCE GO'Y
OF  EDINBURGH.
ESTABLISHED IN  IB62.
THIS OI.D-ESTARLIPIIF.D end m.llhyOemJ
jmny le one nt tlie lereesl nnd most luceem-
Atl Institution* of Great Vrituln.
ANNUAL ItEPORT,   1890.
Trie FiFTT.FoonTit Annual OKNen.l Mmmnb
of tin, OtIMl'ANY   wee held   nt ttdlutiurgh on
Tuesday, tile ttuth of Anvil, 1880.
Rfcsttll. Cmi'lnimlrnl.tl In th. Report by the Dlrvctorol
AMOUNT   PROPOSF,!!   FOIt,
ADSUIIAKOK    Wring   tlleUl,S.7(ol»  9   I
.veer 1871) (2,330 Proposnls) J
AMOUNT OF  AS8UP.ANOF.S1
ACCEPT!'.!)Serine Ik. year Ul,lM|«. 1«   I
18711 (1,8311 Polleiee) j
ANNUAL PREMIUMS on ne«-l
Policies dnriliK tlio yeei 1870 j
OI,AlMPI,yDEATIMmlni.l870l   ,,,. jjo, ' .   .
ejtelll.ieo or llontle Addition, j   *4?1,°K  B   »
AMOUNT of ASSURANCES',
ArJOBP"KD during tile Inst *> .j£«,2M,0ii 10   9
(ire yeftre J
SI'llSlSTINO  ASSURANCES'!
nt lfithNovember, 1B79  (of li,.'. nll ... -, ,n
tvhloli fl,.Ul,470 I 17 i 01- f*l».0«.'« « 10
It ensBtired with ot Iter orflcee)]
IMVENUF., upward, nf SEVEN HUNDRED AND
NINCTY-FIVB THOUSAND FlrtlNOT
STERLING per Annuel.
ISTHSTED FUNDS, ttpwnrd. of FIVl.ANS A
HALF MILLIONS STFKMSO.
«n,o!( ii 7
RATES  OF PREMIUM
Add eeery l.formntion will b. furii'thed by
Mil. W. H, KHAR?.
Coluhilji., Street, Na*Westoilnitir,    '
Agent,
tf Iin Is ftnth irtaotl to w'c'Hti Propoihli for Amoi*-
Rfice.
Medical rsaniinrr for New WeHtmlnster.
AITRt.D     MAHTfltS.    H.   A.
TIIF fiHE,\T EWH.HIEDV'
iannevfr-fnllinjf
OilTf for NtfTT-'
oiii* Deiiilhv,Exit it fl.st'-tiVi'lnlii-f
.of h n v k i n d'
U'Mknfas. Pnr-
Hlyjis, unil nil
tin* terrible ef-
fi'i'tioi jt.uthh.il
1'illiif. aud ex-
csoeii In  mnlnrer years,
I))!. Jll-STIE "ill nirrpp th forfrit
Five Hbn.li'tMl lltfliars for *. r«S(. ot
una ki ii* vital Umonim i>d*-r
his B)te(*l«l advice and trt*..iniHii)wi]1 nnt
liiirt', or lor nnjlhlre Im-mru or injurious
Ribnrt'tn It. DR. MIXTIK'm-ii-Ail Di*-
.•.tt-pf*    sncces^ttiily    ullliont    (nerl'tiry
Consullatlon Tree,  timro^li \>inm\-
mittmi ..ml advice; $5*00.   PiU-eof tlUl
Restorative, $3 <io » hottip, or (our
liiiip.-i Hip fjtitiniity, $10*00; sent to ntty
uddress upon receipt of pritv. orU O I),,
(wcttrt* from on*>)>rvnii»n, ntid in prim tin
nnnir.   }\  desired', b> A. fi* MIXTIK,
M.n,
ThpW who cannot tl!|t SIR, MTXTIK
in San Frnncirfu should *»t*tfil n full nnd
niittnte atriifmeni pi their troiihlM with
SarcOO* Hid in rot urn « ftll course rrf
Medicine 'ivill be brwnrdi-fl, ■«ctf*rf|t
ptteked. sn n3 not to excite crtrinaitj.
All nrrlers lor mmlici.-.e & O D. fntitt
Vie H.ftimpiinied wiih $1 ffo (us n titnr-
nntee nf pood fiiiili), which will IVe deducted when tin* packuire ia shi')*>fj*1.
SAMI'LB HOTTI.B FKBR.-Setft   on
iippllcittian liy It-ner statin**! ttytrfptntni.
tvx nnd  i;pe.    t.nmiiitininition's strictly
icot.fiileniiiil joytfl'-lj
II Kearney Hired. Sun Fritm-lnco, tj*ni.
ESTABLISHED   IX   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
A
DVERTISING
Room* 20 anil 2,1. Mrrchiints' Ex*
change, California St., s. P., Cal.
Nll.-AnVKHT-lsiM. HOMC'ITRII
, for ill iieM>|irip»rii niiMl.heil mi the Purine
Oout. the»«ndwhh Mniuli, I'liljuiiii. Muxlcnt)
1'ortr*, I'nnnmn. Vnlntrmirtt, ,lnpim. China, New
Kcnlnud, Hie AimlrnNm, Culnnled, the KuMrrn
Stat*;» ntid Rntit|r«, V\\u nf nwirly •Very iibwm-
paper ptllililiiad OH the IViflc OOMt are kept
mmitniitlr on Immt und nil adreitlr-erii rim
nlluwed tree iu-com to them ilurinv l'«*"»''"" hours.
The UniTlrilt OoiOHIIUM it kept cm fllint the
offlHflf I. P. V18IIKII.
18
SEEDS
1882.
FRESH ANDBELTABLE.
Sont  by  Mnil  tn  nll  part, of  tlie
NoftliWesl.
OATiLouura/ree to all ApplionnU.
ROBERT EVANS*CO.,
Sie«tl M.ri'linnl.,
fo25 Hamilton, Canada.
To DtsKASKS, Complaints and Actnotrtrr.
which Hagyard's Yf.li.ov.' Oil U Euann-
teed to em. or relieve cither in HAM er
Beast.
Twcn ihtehhaut for
croup, i coughs,
cramps, sore throat,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac.
APPLIED [XTEBNAlir FM
RHEU3LITISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
COXTR.lt/lIOXS
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORXS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXTStBACK,
P,tIXlnSIDE,Jte,
Every bottle guaranteed to give aaturfac-
tion or money refunded.
DlrTECTIOHS WITH EACH OOTTU. MrMMe.
T.HILB*JI!^'»00.,"T^oiwl6tori
TOHONTO. OUT,
DR. SPINNEY & CO/S
UlSl'KNSilRV,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
DU, MPINNBV, wu)) Irmiwn nn tht rmn.
dnr nl ihn M.ntmil, (O. K.) MoiIIchI InMl-
tntfl, nnd lutu Proprlrtor of lit*.'sriNSiivviu.b
INKlltMAltV, wontit molt nlweeiniUj ItrfWrm
lii-i pnlleiitf ami iii** nDHii-tpil iiinciMllv, tlmt he
•■till ri-MM.ii''" to lieHtcbronTcnMlnervoiH iU«'
t-IIBCM With UlllillMillfll'il luccunr.
LADIES AND GSNT&BMEN.
ItcniHiibw Uiitt piorrnitloallnn 1* tlit thief of
time mt
COMEAND BE HEALED.
tt imfliera not wlmt your trnui.1i** Mny 1h>, eonW
nml irt ihi* Doctor illumine yuur cahe It wllf
colli jrull nothllift fur cnnoiittiitlon, ttiipliMmo entt
ntid Mitl-ilV vmirtulT.fi whutliiT the Dmldr nnitiir.
Htiimlrt yuiir qiUi If h**miicnh>yiinhf tfilltrlt
-fiut nut If mit, he will ti*ll you Mint, H.r hi* will
tint iin*trft'iki> a f«-ii* iiiili*Kfi In-Ih f-inlldeftt nf ef-'
feothii(ncitrt«
I'mtli'i nt ii illitmirii wlnlilnri Irmtrnsnt, by
ni'tnlhiit >ST> nnd 11 miniitt- ihtnuilpliinr uf their
inmliUnt will ree*\xe hi return u fult fluunw of
tri-irtnii'iit Kci'iiifly pnckeil id ni not Iu ttclt* cu' '
rlnnlty. ,
Dlt. Sl'IWKV will -mnrniitre In tnt>fiili P|v«
Unmifrd Ihillnre lor ewr#%nM «f hi** kind or'
chnrnttpr whicli he utlttortnKMnml fiillrt.f*.Htrc    ■
1'. H.—Por JiHi-iinfH nf nhoi'1 hi milt-m-, » full
coiimn uf mriliciiii'ji, tmfllcicnt for ii citrr. with
nil li'-drm-tinni, tfill be wnt to uny ndtlreii nu
rwiHi-t of $10. '
Call or A'Mkwh .   I
Dr# HPIKNKV * CO.,
0 88 Ay      Nn. 11 Kimrticy-nt. .Him Fwinciwo, Cnl.
PATENTS
iV»a cotititmc to not iw .Solioitoi'** for Pfttr-
eiit«, Cavoata, Tpitlp Mm-kn, CofyrightB,
tStOi, for tlm Uiiltiul SUites, Cutu«lii,Culm,
Kf^fiiml, I'Vnnce,  Ooriiiniiy. otc.    Wo
ikvoiiuiiililrty-ihejcar.ict^frlenc'e.
PiitonU olitftined through us are noticed in tliu Si'iK-NTi-flc AJtkltrtfAN. This
largo nml Rplimrii'l i1lu**«r*»t«*.l 'w^okly
pa por, W.iW a year, shows thfr Progn»s>
of Kuiuiico, in vrry interenting ami has
un ouorinotift uli-cit!ation. Ailtirenar
WIVM tt CO., rutont Hulioitora, Pub-
lUhors of SciKNTinc Amkhiuan, 37 l'nrk-
Row, Nuw York. HamlliuukuWit Pat-*
onto font froo. d014   .

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