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Every Wednesasj A Salardar,
0. ROBSON A CO.
iff m, MuwsiA mm. imuoi ti em'
T0«AlMll««HlllOlMITMI|-ril(M«0llT.t
turns a Ori. low a Iutioseh Inn.
   -/Hall, OSayeari SIM forSmoa.i
,1 for S mos. I payable In Aihance. bollvereil
hy Carrier or Agent, 11 per quarter, payable
quarterly to darner or Agent.
AOENTS
T.H. Hlll!«*Co.	
T. R. Pemboh k C
"VlITOIM.
 Yau.
I. P. FISHER Adrertlalag Agent, 11 Merchant'a
Kionange, Ban Franoisco. iaantborlHa'tomorf.
Advertuwmente for this paper.
THIS PAPER ar,
Newspapar Advertising Bureau (W Bprada St.),
whan atlf ertlslng contraoU may be mads for It In
.found on file at
P. Howell ACo.'i
(10 Sprueo St.),
Wit fritish Columbian.
Halardajr M.ralai, July 1., ISM.
Female suffrage.
Som« people in this Dominion
seem to regard the proposed enfranchisement of women as a modern innovation and nn-British. A late
number of the New York Sun shows
that this is not the feot. It observes
that the seme notion whist arista in
Canada respecting this subject prevails extensively in the United
States, while as a matter of fact the
bestowal of suffrage upon women has
long been advocated by some of the
most influential membeis of both
' political parties in .Great Britain,
nnd there are reasons for thinking
the present juncture particularly
favorable to the success of the movement. The parliamentary agitation
of the claims of women to equal
political, lights in the United Kingdom may be said to have begun in
May, 1867, when John Stuart Mill
moved to amend tho Disraeli Reform.
bill, by striking ont the word "man"
and inserting the word "person."
Eighty-one members voted for the
motion, eleven Conservatives, including Mr. Russell Ourney, being numbered among Mr. Mill's co-workers.
Notwithstanding this repulse, many
women householders claimed, ut tht,
first general election utter the passage of the Disraeli bill, to bo put
upon the roll of voters, on the ground
that in all aots of parliament words
importing the masculine gender had
by statute been declared to include
the fominine. In several places tbis
claim wus allowed by tho revising
barristers, and votes were accordingly cast by women; but in November,
1868, the Court of Common Fleas
decided that the division on the Mill
amendment had denied the right of
the female sex to exercise tho franchise. In the following year, however, the active discussion of the
subject boro substantial fruit in the
passage of an aet conferring on
female householders in England the
privilege of taking part in municipal
elections. Further progress was
made in 1870, when Mr. W. E. Forster carried his Education bill, which
not only gave women householders
the power to vote at Bcliool board
elections, bnt also qualified them to
ait ns members of school boards. In
the same year the admission of women to the parliamentary franchise
was strongly urged by Sir Charles
Dilke and Mr. Jacob Bright, and
their bill actually passed a second
reading by 124 against 91, though
the Liberal government subsequently abandoned its attitude of neutrality, and professing dread of intrusting an untried element of the community with the suffrage, caused the
measure to be rejected. In 1871,
the Women's Disabilities bill was reintroduced, and although Mr. Gladstone spoke against it, the support-
CIS mustered 169 votes against 228.
It is noteworthy-thai the minority
included Mr. Disraeli and Mr. Ward
Hunt, besides such Liberals as Sir
Charles Dilke, Mr. Fawcett, Mr.
Play-fair, and Mr. Trcvelyan, In
the two succeeding years the same
measure was proposed, and although
defeated, showed a continual gain of
votes among men of influence. Sir
Stafford Northcoto having, in 1883,
announced himself a convert to the
principle embodied in the bill. During the first year of the laBt Conservative administration there was
no debate upon the subject, but in
1870 a devision was taken, whioh
gave great encouragement to the
friends of lhe movement, the numbers being 170 against 205. When
the bill came up again, however, in
1876, it encountered a severe blow
through the unexpected defection of
Mr. John Bright, who, though he
had joined Mr. Mill in advocating
the reform, now opposed it on the
ground that women, not constituting
a separato olass, did not need representation, Mr. Jacob Bright, was
pot in the least shaken by his brother's change of view, and within a
twelvemonth Mr. Leonard Courtney,
now a member of the government,
enrolled himself among the active
champions of the measure. But although in 1878 he took the bill in
ciiarge, he could only secure 155 adherents, against 234 votes in opposition. Ilie outcome of the debate
and division in 1879 was even less
auspicious. Since the accession of
the liberals to power in 1880, the
strength of the women's suffrage party
has not been fairly tested, though
there have been several indications in and out of parliament of
material gains. In 1881, for instance, the royal assent was given to
• bill passed bythe Manx legislature
giving women possessed of a certain
amount of real estate the right
to vote in the Isle of Man, and
the results of this experiment in cor-
poreminimosm said to be highly satisfactory. A year afterward Dr. Cam
eron carried a bill through parliament conferring the same municipal
franchise upon women in Scotland,
Columbian.
VOLUME 26
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1884.
NUMBER 5
•ff<>rgiitUcir:'goy»nt.
FOR SALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
wool nnd straw mattreues.  Apply al
mhHe<    Taujtffci,"
FOE SALE:
rytE milch cow;
Apply to MBS, SILLITOE.
 uyiatc)
which since 1869 thty had enjoyed
in England. Still nJoiw significant
was the passage of a law (operative
sinco January. 1,1883,) by which a
married woman ia maita capable of
acquiring real or personal propsrty,
and disposing of it as her separato
estate, just as if aba wera single. As
we have seen, tha claim of women to
vote- has found about aa muy
fenders . among Oowrrativee sa
among Liberals. Not long ago Sir
Stafford Northcoto declared tlu_..
parliament were called upon to lower
the qualifications for tlw suffrage,
the case of women ntaguen ought
certainly to be dealt with. It is
known that several' members of the.
present government entertain. the
same opinions, The Woodsll amendment, therefore, cannot mil lie made
a party measure, and. Sir. Gtadg
il tot iini-awnaMj-'rtqiie.ted by Its
supporters to maintain a neutral position. In any event tlt«;Bjbrm bill
is almost sari to be thrown out by
the House of Lords, and it would do
the ministry no good at the coming
general election to be held responsible for the defeat of the female suffrage movement It has been observed that the prospects of the pronounced opposers of the reform ban
invariably experienced a mysterious
blight, and Lord Beaconsfield was
far too shrewd to set the women
against him. Of thia at hast we
may be sure, that whether tha Wood-
hall amendment is or is not tacked
on to the present reform bill, the
right of women to vote in the United
Kingdom cannot now be long defer-
The Steamship America.
Tho new National steamer, tha A-
merican, i. somothing more than a
very fast vessel. Without doubt she
is tlie fastest steamer afloat, but hor
wonderful speed has been obtained not
by building her on the model of a lead
pencil and by filling her with machinery. She has much greater proportionate breadth of beam than the Oregon; her machinery indicates 8,500
hone power im compared with the 16,-
000 hone power of tho Oregon's engine., while Bhe burns 197 ton. of coal
daily instead of 337 burned by her rival. Her splendid performance on her
trial trip show, that the day of the
narrow beamed, excessively high powered steamer is over, with a little
more than half the hone powor and a
little more than half the daily consumption of coal the broad beamed,
steady ship will beat her narrow, high
cowered rival,'.
The importance of the splendid success of the Amnios son hardly be overlooked. It proves that faat .teaman
can be operated at an immense reduction of what has hitherto been their
necessary cost, thus enabling them to
dispense with froight and to make
a profit by carrying passengers only.
It also proves that a narrow beam is
not a. necessary condition of speed,
but that a vessel may possess both stability and speed. The America constitutes a new type of steamer and is
to somo extent a solution of the problem how to combine speed with safety
and economy.- -N. Y. Timet.
The First straw Hat.
It. was somewhere about tlie year
1030 that, on a certain Sunday, no
Damo D^— was seen in the family
pen; the littlo ones in charge of their,
nune only appeared, and to the inquiry, "Where was mother!" ssdly replied, "Mother hod uo hat; father
had thrown it on the fire ina passion."
No "blue ribbon" or "band'f checked
tho hateful propensity or saved a family, onco a happy one, from want and
misery. Dame D—; had taught her
children to plait straw and rush nuke's, and "as ahe pondered the tines-
tion of new head-gear, she chanced to
have a few straws in her hand, which
she plaited mechanically around her
linger, layer ovor layer." She twisted
her plaits into a hat, steeple-crowned,
like those worn by the Puritans. Her
hat, so unique, attracted the notice
of some ladies ot rank; they gavo her
orden so numorous that ahe had to
increase her workwomen, and established a trado for whioh sho became
famous, and in the "Annals of Leeds"
her name and doings are recorded,—
London Hattei's Gazette.
A cool Beggar. '■,■•■.
It is useless to resist the impreuion
thst this demand for backsheesh
(money) is instinctive in the Arab
character. It ia the first word which
children utter, lt is tha laat on the
lips of the dying man, if the vision
of a foreigner cresses his failing sight.
Dr, Abbot vouches for the fact that
he once attended an Arab in a long
and severe sickness, nnd cured him.
When the man waa well he called
on the doctor, as the worthy physicisn
supposed, for the purpose nf expnes-
ing his gratitude for visits that had
bun regular twice a day for a month.
That he had nothing but gratitude to
give, the doctor well knew.
"I am well," said the man.
"Yes, I am glad to see it, you are
well."
"I am well," repeated the Arab.
"Yes, ao I see; thank God for it,"
said the doctor.
"Yes —but —isn't there anything
more!  You see I am well."
"Certainly, I aee you are well; and
you hate had a hard time of it. Go
to work now and keep well."
"But isn't thero anything more!"
"More, more—what more!"
"Backsheesh."
"For whst!"
"For the experience you've had in
curing me!"
I had cured him for nothing, and
psid for his medicines, and the dog
came to me for backsheesh, said the
doctor. Nor was this a solitary instance iu his practice.
Much distress aad sickness la children
Is caused by worms. Mother Oravee'
Worm Exterminator gives relief by removing th. CUM.
31 ■. M ATHEBS, N. D.
rrtol—Temporarily In Wise's building,
' "Front .ire.*.
Kesidknck-Si. John street, opposite tbe
Publio Sohool, New Westminster.
rahlMo
R.
I. iiiTUT.iu.ii.oj.aM.
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
Hurgaon to Royal Columbian Hospital
UmMcMOn-certo'he Aiylnra for the In-
sane. OrricK — MoKensl. atreet, New
Westminster. BrltLh Columbia.  [MlMc
ft N. THUW, ■. d, n.e.p.*s.,o.
'     PHYSICIAN 4SU1WBON.
Surgoon E O. Penitentiary, Burgeon N.W
WsstralnUor Jail, Cormier tor tho DU-
Met. Onno«-Corn»r af Clarkson and'
■cK.nsl.str.eoi,   RMM«nce, Hary St.
TT j M. OOOPBR, B. *.,«, ■>.,
•3   PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
OKFIOg ana* RKSIDBNOE-Church Bt,
tnext door «p Fanners' Home), near
Oo*wibra£t,,N.# Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOl*RB-StoU>a.m.i Ito I and
SJ) to lp.m. Call, ta town and eonn-
try promptly attended to,     *   telle
TOHB I. McOVUtB, M. IV
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Gradual. o( Trinity College, Dublin, as
also Assistant Burgeon late Honorable
East India Company flsrvlo., wlflhM to
announce to the peopleot Lillooet Dia-
trl nt that he ha. taken up ht. residence
•l «X1«T*,II and opened . drugJtorjAll
rompt-rgjjnd.
J)'
M. CHBADLK,
' DENTIST,
Associated wit). Dr. Welsh, can be found
at his offlee, over D. B. Ctt.ru. A tio.-. drag
.tore, Colnmbia street, New Wesgnlniter.
Offlce houn—From , a.m. to llm.,and
from Ito5p.m. Jeil-tc.
piORBOCLD * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, Aa
Office-McKonzie street, New Westminster, a c.
T>   W. ARMSTRONG,
'   BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
■tsroTA.B*sr   1-tjbi.io,  arret.
Opposite Colonial Hot.1,
NRW WFBTlelrJSTER . . . . . B. C.
1 MRRICAlf AGRICULTURIST.
J\ 100 columns and too engravings in
each Issue.   4M Tear.   *1.M a Tear.
Send two So 17. S. stomp, for sample
copy [English or German] of the Oldest
and Best Agricultural Journal fn th.
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W. Judd, Pre..
751 Broadway, New York. Jell-to
T   T. WILKINSON,
"CUSTOM nOOT* SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. C. Flr.t-Ola«workman^
ship. Repairing neatly and quickly executed. ' Terms atriotly eaah. /     myn-em
Tt-ORKAT * I-KT,     .
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsomialnr and Paper-Hang-
Ing, SROr—Clnrkmn street, opposite tbe
New Westminster Jail, New Westminstor,
British Columbia. apz-te
m:
■«. BLIZATOWLB,
GROCER A GENERAL DEALER
Good  Accommodations for Travelers.
Opposite Steamboat Landing,
LANGLEY B.C.
myM-jjm	
"DOTAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
FInrt-Claaa accommodation for .Traveler.. •
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
my21--SHy Proprietress.
-jtnU, SS. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
».T«M4sasul«tM.riM, Millineryaad
tawyCMds.
First-Class Dressmaker In attendance.
  mytl-'M-ly	
H
VOHBt * ATKIMION,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Account* collected
and Imm Negotiated. Offlce, Colombia
street, opposite tho PoHt Office, New West*
mlmter, B. C.
T. C. Atkixhom. ,
J. C. HUGHES,
Notary Public.
Jell-to
C. D. RAND,
Notary Piratic.
Real Male Bnkers, -tomeetmmet— uM
■■saranre Agent*.
Port Moody and New Westminster Pro*
petty a specialty.
OFFICE-Columbia Street, opposite Pout
Office, New Westminster, B. C.     Jly5to
m J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia. Streot New Westminster
ArraHgomentn are being mode (Or an
extensive Auction Sale of Seal Isiatc, to
take place In Mny Next. Parties desirous
nf disposing of their farms, etc., will do
well to plnoe tho same in the hands of the
above.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhllMe
-tlT    H.  VA.LDISO,  >
LAND, HOUSE AND GENERAL AQENT
Accountant,Collector, Conveyancer,
LIKE, FIRE 4 ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Onatom House Broker.
Agent for P. T. Johnston A Co., Seedsmen,
.1—victoria,	
And John Leahy, Brewer, Victoria.
orricR.;
McKensle 8t,4ine door from ColumblaSt,
NEW WESTMINSTER, & C.
 apfP-tc	
It. U, CMlftDAILK. A. W. JOXIB.
OMMftDAILf ftiJONU,
iMlMMe inili aad Brajkata.
Particular attention paid to llio sale of
farming lands.
Mon* to lain at low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Urge llst« of town and country property
for snle.
Otrica-Got.ernment St, near Broughton,
*kfetta,B.^.     PO box UL       «pVtc;
VV. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—AND—
QENERAUAQENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL 000D FARMS FOR SALE
H«K lor Ike HITKLLIKB' Utl
nd ACCIDENT (NSl'KANCE CO.,
HartPtrl, 0*»..
OFFICE: - MoKonric  Street,   N.W
Wmtmlroter. de*
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDIB& C0JTRACT0R
ALL KINDS OF JOBDIiia AXD REPAIRS mOHt*TI.V EXECCTKD.
E.tlm.t.. FnrMl.h.d.  Saw. Sharp-
od and S.t.
BHOP-Merehant Square, Oolumbia Bt.,
New Westminster, In rear of Thos. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. relate
BOOTS and SHOES
FKOM
HEATHOBN'S
ft Shoe Mamifactory,
VICTORIA,
VICTOBIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
Stop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col-
, umbiast., New Westminster.
AT
Every Man to his own Business
#£*,-,   FEELE.
PRACTICAL   .
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   8TREET
(CPP. COLOHIATj hoteu,
HBW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
n-n-lelMai' rNMriptlMi ud Fib-
11* Ketlpes t Soedalt).
I >t «B. •» Only Genuine Drags, used.
Orer twenty vears* experience.    mr23
MESSRS.
I
BeRpeotfully beg to Inform tho public of
New Westminster and District that
they have commenced business as
Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen
Heal Estate Brokers k Agents,
CoHvejancers, Accountants, Ac.
And are now prepared to receive instructions in their several brunches.
All hnslnesH placed In their hands will
receive prompt attention.
Tbey have for sale Town and Suburban
Lots In New Westminster,.
Town Lots at Fort Moody, Port Hammond and Lota on town sites at
Heatings, Granville and
Knglish Bay
Also (arming lands on the Lower Fraser.
Ofltoe—F**OKT STBEET,
•»te*lle<-. P* N. Company's Wharf.
letMc.
Sunnyside Hotel,
8RANVIU.E, B. C.
MoLEOD& McINNES
1      r»0»«BIBTOEO.    [JlySml
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jlysvl)
0.   J.   LMVtiXtUA^
BUTCHER,
CRK*ritKVll,LE,CHH,l,lWHAOK.
The Best of Meats
Constantly on hand.
mySU-flm
WEST END
Bakery and Gfacbit
Plain and Fancy
,   nuu,  uimuu,
And Confectionery always nn hand.
Delivered to any part of the Clly.
KmZ/T »moe-,   Columbia street,
JeSl-lc
COME AND SEE
Good Times Bits Cnu Apis, Sojil
mHE PBOPBIETOR, JAMEH TURN-
J. BULL, having again taken possession
of Uio TEHPKBANCB HCII8E fronting on
Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
Episcopal Church, City of New Westminster, B. C, and now known as the
FARMER'S   HOME,"
Will accommodate all his old friends and
B. C. A. A.
the public generally who favor him with
a call, at old prices. Board per day, 11,00:
Board per week, $5.00;   Single Meals, 25
cents; Beds, 25 cents.   «r Good accommodation for Ladies and Families.    au29te
o-Boss-
mUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Viotoria,   -   -   British   Columbia,
csncKraiira..........
riiKos
MINES	
.. FI4NOS
W. BELl  St COMFANf-S •■■HIS
(Jaate)
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he ia now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, &c., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style,  j
UNDERTAKING
In all its • branches. The undersigned
has tho only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. au5tc
J. BAGNALL,
INMRT'»*HAKUFACTUI«0f
w
AND ALL KINDS OP
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
ILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instrument*.
Pianos and Organs turned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through VV. H. Keary, N. W., will receive prompt attention. jy28tc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
OT Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Dis*
tricts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stook in trade, or Funltnre, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Offlco of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
WOODS I TURNER,
Cora-voyancera,
Real Estate Agents,   Load  Survejarx.
llraaghtsHf a, and Usaraart Agents.
Our property, lists ore now very complete, end we would call attention to the
following selections, which we are enabled to oiler at very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster Git;.
Lot 20, blook XXXII—good residence
site. .
Subdivision ot lot 10, Mock XXXV—
66x132 feet.
Southwest 1 of lot 17, Mock XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 and 8, block V—graded, cleared
and fenced} adjoining residence of W. B.
Townsend, Esq.
Lots 68 and 70, block V.
Subdivisions ot lots 1 and 'A block (I.
Subdivision-* of lots 10 nnd lift, liloek 7.-
New Westminster District.
(loot! farms in all parts.
165 acres on False Creek road.
4fi0 acres at Matsqui—good dairy form;
highly improved; to lie sold with itock
and implements if desired,
200 acres at Sumas—a splendid chance
for dairy farmers.
245 acres near Ladner's Landing.
;i20 acres on Lulu Island,
Port Moody-
A large and complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townaite,
Land Surveying
In all its branches; maps compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to.   30 years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during onr
surveying tours, we are In a position to
give intending purchasers a correct description of the property offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
The Phratx, of Brooklyn, snd the
Liverpool k London k Globe lusnnnce
Companies.
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the United States.
Gladding, McBean k Co', terra cotta
chimneys and vitrified stone semr
piping.	
OFFICE-KILrd'a Block, Columbia
Street, New Westminster.
aplSto       WOODS k TURNER.
FIRST PRIZE!
KURTZ « CO
l
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
Tiie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City.
m culinary nmmwi
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to anaMaoe to the Public that b.
Cff jf~1    A    WM  _JL ba. pnr.hMrf.ft. atw. Hotel. lrt.rt
lllA.lf ™ werything will b. found first-daa., and
[Signed* A. PEELE, Sec.
 (ccHtcj
MTRETHTOY,
 GENERAL	
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
General Agent   for British   Columbia
for the
Lamb Knitting Machine!
flood Accommodation Iter Travellers u< Tourists.
wiih. I., al.alu' walk at (k. Balk
war Matin,
ST. MARY'S MISSION, B. G.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified and certificated nurse and accoucheur, and is prepared to aire the best attention and
accommodation to invalids and ladies
daring confinement at her home as
above, the situation of which is one of
the most salubrious and delightful on the
Lower Fraser. A skilful physician will
be in attendance If required.    je25m3
-DOMINION-
Saw Hill Co.
(LIMITED)
New Westminster, B. C.
BEG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they are now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
HAVING largely increased
the capacity of the Mill
and added a most complete outfit of wood-working machinery,
they arc now manufacturing all
kinds of
§ H,
 INQLUDINO	
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Lath,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
SCROLL, SAWED, AND
TURNED WORK.
 ALSO	
FURNITURE
Of all kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
Having imported the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK at LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
jittte]
Makaoir,
riftntM.
nefrtrlMf, ul Bleepiag Apart.
..jnU- an under the surwintandeno.
of Mas. Am™.
Private Dining Room tor Ladiei,
Families and Private Parties.
1 Private Beading Smb. oom-
modious, comfortably furnished, and
wall supplied with book, and paper., Is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the ehokmt brands ot
Wisis, Liquors, Cigars, kc.
~0. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
Cows for Sale.
DIX GOOD COWS POR SALE.   AP.
O ply to
A.IBVINO,
wyMc        Maple Bid,..
For Sale!
fpEN TOWN LOTS FACING ON DOUG-
J. las Street, south of Pelhsm Street.
Apply to
,   . HENRY V.EDMONDS,
JeM-to Und Af.nl.
Oxen for Sale.
•TWO YOKE OF 0-YEAR OLD WORK-
I OXEN for sale. Girth from 6(eel 11
In. to 7 feet 1 In. Alio-! BULL and I
STAG, unbroken, good else.
mha«c
WM. H. LADNER,
Ledner's Landing.
Milch Cows For Sale.
THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
|HIS  FINE AND  COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently com*
1 ud is famished with every convenience for the comfort of gueita. The
fitoation and accommodations are unrar-
passed on Burrard Inlet, whioh lias be*
oome the moat fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
In British Columbia. Th. prospect i>
charming, the aw brcues are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Bitting
and Dudng Booms. Suites of apartment, for familiea or parttat. The Bar
U .<at°Mly Maaahad from tha main
buiHiag.
SB" Th. Hotel Is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
Fint-olaas stabllni and feed for Hones. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO. BLACK,
o Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite ike Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at th.
COWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
FORSALE.
1440 ACRE8 CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
MILES FROM LADNER'S
v Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running through
the premises.  Apply to
Free Hi ScttooL
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THB nr*.
1 vIkIoiih mode nt last nt'fu-Inu of tlie leg-
iHlfttivunMembly.notiro In hereby liven
tlml a Free Hlftli School will be opened at
New Westminster,
During (he first week In August next.
This will be a Government (School, and
the counto of study will bo I hut prescribed
by the Provincial Educational Department. The curriculum will embrace all
subJeeWnecessary for College matriculation, and for qualifying persons to obtain
provincial teachers' certificates. The
school will be under a first-class teacher.
Persona desirous of entering the olaaset
sbould communicate with the Secretary
as early ns possible.
T. J. TRAPP,
myS-te See. Bti. of Trustees.
F. F. NELSON,
HAS   JUST   OPENED  A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Whan will be found a full atock of
Drjr floods, Groceries and General MerckaBdlse,
Which will be Kid at New Westmln.ter
Prion. .
saraar. CMspaa*.
ST Neit Door to CMori. Hotol.
fcSMo
rat raqwattrs, AMklteb, laiMm,
OSBORNE rJliXANDER,
638 Market St., Ban Francisco.
Mechanics' Tools, Hardware, aad Machinery. Catalogues of all our goods ssnt
fr.« on application. apSB-Sm
Butcher A Stock Dealer,
Ladner-. Landing,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
9"
NE ACRE OV LAMD, MORE OB
„' less, at the Maple Ridge, public landing, containing two houses. One bouse
nearly new, contains 9 rooms; the other
has eight rooms. Will be sold together or
separately, cheap for cash, or rented to
suitable tenants.. Apply to.
apSOSm
JNO. McKENNEY.
Maple Ridge.
FOR   SALE.
..
A FARM OF 180 ACRES IN LANGLEY
Municipality, opposito Port Hammond. 16 aores cleared, with small house
remainder covered with alder and vine
maple bush, with but very little heavy
timber. Soil a uniformly deep clay loam,
Will be sold cheap for cash. ••
Applyto
PAUL MURRAY,
Je28m3 Maple Ridge.
FOR SALE.
W. H. KEARY
Wishes to dispose, of his 1
k Mare and the good will of the business.  TERMS EASY, which ean be obtained on application to T. J. Armstrong;.
Mareh 91st, 1881. ap2-tc
FOR SALE.
mHK BEST DAIRY FABM IB THB
•a- Provluceof British Columbla.sltuated
In Lower Sumas, consisting of 1900 acres,
ot whioh 11001. prairie and tho remainder
timbered. There la aaooddwelllnghouac
of 11 rooms; a first-class dairy with water
power complete for ehurnfug; a large
barn laoxM. Term., one-half down and
balanco on fl years- time at 8 per cent.
Will be aolil with or without atock. Apply
to A. 8. VEDDER,
Je*8m Chilliwhack, & C.
dM2tc
E. A. WADHAMS,
Ladner's LandinR,B.C.
8ECOND-HAND
,**«.,
CYLINDER 8x12, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and two 6a Inch Spaldln(-
tooth Saws: also, feed mar, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole Is
In good order, and nay be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill, will be sold at a
bargain.  Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., Mth Dec, 188%   [dentc
IOO MEN WANTED
rno WORK ON THE eagle pabr
X   Wagon Road. For Information apply
"o MARVIN * TILTON, wharf Street,or
to tho undersigned.
  a.RWRIGHT.
WANTED.
A YOUNG MAN WANTED IN A GEN*
Aeral merchandise store at Granville.
One tbat understands the business, and
must have good references. Apply to
L.GOLD,
JelHc Granville, Burrard Inlet.
I. LEHMAN,
Importer and dealer In
ImStalui-JM-fEdfooi
Coach-build in*. Blaeksmlthlni, Hoi
Ox and MuleBhoeluc, and General l
pairing promptly attended to
YALE BRITISH COLUMBIA
jelgjm
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE, b. o.
-
k  LAMM   ITOCK ALWATI OR
A hand. Goods not In slock will U
ordered promptly. ■
■awuaMta aM ItegMlMe supplied from all pane of th. world.
Prompt attention glt.n to order, by
mall.
J.atltcl    A.O.JOHN«T01l,li.UK.r. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice Chas. Warwick
Wanted Wm. M. Campbell
Land Reg. Ord  C. J. Le«Katt
Notices (2) E. A. Jenns
Notice A. Onderdonk
Special Dentistry
Special Fulton Market
<Hhe gritish (Kolumbiffli.
luurdar Mundac* J"U- ■*•• I"*1*
It Ima long been contended by
many medical men und others chut
tea is injurious to tlie human system. Lately an eminent American
physician 1ms boen making u fresh
uttnck on tliis favorite beverage. He
tolls of it livi* - yeur ■ old child
riitneil for life bv ten. The child
whh treated to two cupa nt ench
meal, and several between meals.
The parents spoiled the ten in the
manner in which it is spoiled in nine
out of ten Amorican und Canadian
homes, by letting it stand on the
stove, thus extracting the tannic
acid, which serves to turn the linings of the stomach into leather,
and brings on dyspepsia and kind
red diseases. He claims there are
hundreds of women, young girls,
aged women, aiul occasionally men,
who hnve completely ruined their
lift vous and digestive systems by
the excessive nse of common tea.
Speaking of the late city election
at Seattle, the Post ■ InteUiyencer
■ays: The resu't insures the eity
of Seattle a first class municipal administration. It gives strength to
the assertion that we are to hnve a
clean and reputable government;
that crime is to be punished; that
legitimate business interests are to
be protected; that illegitimate business is to be put under the ban; that
tbe government is to be economically
administered; that delinquent trade
taxes are to be collected from those
who owe them, and not be Saddled
upon the genera) tax paying public.
It is a warning to tbat undesirable
olass of the community who subsist
upon tbe weaknesses and vices of
society, tliat open disregard of law
And the decencies of civilization will
not be tolerated. It is nn endorsement of the action of tliu last grand
jury, and a notice that the public
sentiment of this city is not prepared to champion or tolerate open
and flagrant violators of territorial
laws and municipal ordinances.
The Gbbe says that a correspondent of the New York Sum, discussing the products ntid resources of
tV Soudan, refers to-the fact that
cotton manufactures were established
there hundreds of years ago, thnt
the cotton plant grows to perfection
\n uiuiiy parts of that country, and
tuM t to- a''*--' f°*' rem une rati ve cultivation of cotton fur exceeds the urea
of the American cotton states. It
is (minted out that tabor is cheap,
and that lhe trade of the Soudan
languishes only because there is no
outlet for its productions. In view
o£ these facts the correspondent professes grave alarm at tbe proposition
of England to-buitd a military rail
voad across the Sahara. He holds
ihu road will rapidly develop into a
wunmvi'ciul highway, that England
covertly seeks to secure possession
of these valuable cotton fields, and
that a fatal blow is aimed at the
supremacy of American cotton
growing. Froin all of which the
corresjMndent concludes thut the
time has come for the United States
to( take a part in thp politics of the
world when such grave issues are at
stake as the. settlement of the future
jovtjnjmeiit of tljo Soudan.
The Sale By-law.
At a special meeting of the city
council held on Thursday night, it
was resolved to withdraw the bylaw which should have been sub
mitted to vote yesterday for the sale
of the public squares, It seems
there have been discovered certain
objectionable cIu-ibor in the by-law,
and it has also been discovered that
there should have been clauses which
are not found. The council decided
that it would be better not to patch
up the by-law, bu.t to withdraw it
and submit anothsr which it is hoped
may meet the views of those who
have taken objection. It seems to
us remarkable that this by-law
should have been hefore the public
for the last two weoks without hav
ing been discovered faulty until two
days before tbe date fixed for the
taking of the vote. In the city conn-
oil it was discussed about two
months, and after passing its second
reading it was published. Tho primary object contemplated by this
sale is certainly one which should
receive the hearty support of .every
citizen, and-we assert boldly that no
person who opposes it is a friend of
New Westminster. If the by-law
had been irojieifeofc, the proper and
patriotio course of those who discovered the imperfections would
bave been to point them out and
have the document amended long
ago, The result of the present action will Ite to delay probably a
month the carrying of the by-law
and the sale of the property. Now,
every person who understands the
circumstances must know that it is
of very great importance that there
should be no delay in providing the
means for securing the construction
of the branch railway. If the people of this city wish to see the grass
growing on their streets they cannot
more certainly secure tlmt result
than by defeating the object of this
by-law. At another time we shall
refer to this matter at greater length.
In the mean time we hope the council may be able, at its meeting on
Monday night, so to amend the bylaw us to remove all reasonable
objections.
Somebody wlm is fond of figures
sntjl speculation has ventured the
following as the probable dimensions
o£ Heaven: "Awjb he measured the
city with a reed, 12,000 furlongs,
't'bu length and breadth und height
ni it ara equal."—Kev. xxi,. H
Twelve thousand furlongs equal 7
!»20,0G0- feet, which, being cubed, is
W«-,088,OOO,OOO,O(H),OOQ cubic
feet. Bieserving half of this space
foi- tha throne and court of heaven,
uud half tbe balance for streets, we
have the remainder of 124,198,272,
010,000,000,000 cubic feet. Divide
this by 4,000, the cubical feet in a
room sixteen feet square, and
there will be 30,321,843,760,000,000
rooms. We will now suppose the
world always did and always will
contain 990,000,000 inhabitants,
nnd that a generation lasts 33J years,
making iu all 2,070,000,000,000
i*very century, and that the world
will stand 100,000,000 years, or
1,000 centuries, making in all 2,-
070,000,000,000.000 inhabitants.
Then (rn p| rose there were 100 worlds
equal to this in the number of in*
habitants and duration of years,
mnking a total of 2,979,000,000,*
000,000 persons, and there would
lm more than 100 rooms sixteen
feet square for eaoh person.
G. A. Dixon, PrankvUle, Ont., says:
"I was cured of chronic bronchitis, that
troubled me for seventeen yoaM, by the
use of Dr. Thomas' Kclectric OU." See
that the signature of Northrop ft Lyiran
la on the Tmck of the wrapper, and you
will get the genuine Dr. Thomas' Bclec
tried.
Liquor Licenses.
It. has been generally understood
that the license court had determined to grant no more liquor licenses in this city. It must be confessed that the determination was
not unreasonable. Evety one must
admit that thero are now far too
many saloons in the city, and that
some of these places are conducted
in anything but a creditable manner.
The records of the police court abundantly testify to this fact Bat
many people were astonished and
disappointed when they learned that
at the meeting of the court held
lust mouth a license hud been granted
to the Eickhoff House, kept by Mrs.
Sincerbeau. This is a new house,
never huving had a license before.
It was formerly occupied by Mr.
Eickhoff as a store; but he built a
store on the adjoining lot and then
applied for a license to sell liquor
in the old shop. The application
was refused, in accordance with the
determination of the court as stated
above. Miu Sincerbeau then opened
the house for boarders, and has heen
carrying it on successfully for some
; months. The house, we believe, has
been well conducted, and it has been
full of guests. But it seems to
have occurred either to the proprietor or the. landlady that a bar would
add considerably'to the profits of the
concern. Application was. made,
not by tl),e. proprietor but his tenant, and for some unaccountable
reason the court went back upon its
practice and grunted; the license,
Now, in this cose it could uot bo
urged thnt the house needed; a bar
to supply, it with, guests. Wo have
already said that it was full of
guests befoce the license was given,
and the effect of the court's extraordinary action is to turn a quiet,
well-conducted boarding house into
a house where guests will have to
encounter the temptations and an*
noyances which always go with the
sale of liquor. There were no
"vested rights" in the case, for tbe
house had no claim whatever upon
the consideration of tho court. Now
there is another application before
the s.tme court. The landlord of
the Cleveland House asks a license
on the ground that it is necessary
to secure guests for bis bouse!
Hitherto this application has heen
refused, although often re|ieated;
but there uow seems to he a doubt
whether it may not be successful:
The Eickhoff House gets a license
because it is full of guests: why
should not the Cleveland House get*
a license on the ground that it hns
not guests enough 1 Then we shall
have two now bars established
where the members of the court
themselves admit there were already
too many. And some one else will
presently turn his store into a hotel,
or erect a new building somewhere,
find the court .will find some other
plea upon which to grant it a
license. It is very much to be re
gretted that the comt has gone
back upon its former attitude, and
no one can predict where this indiscriminate increase of licensed houses
will cease.
If "strawberries-are nature's sweet
blushes materialized, as a New York
journal alleges, nature's blushes cost as
much as those of n star actress.
One of the latest geological announcements is that if no new coal
beds are discovered the present visible
supply of this mineral will bo exhausted in less than 11,000 years, or, to be
perfectly exact, in 10,875 years. The
wise man will lay in a stock whilo that
sort of fuel is plentiful.
A curious freak of the electric spark
is recorded from Wellington, Ohio.
A Mrs. Fritz was struck by lightning.
Tho fluid touched her faco, passed
down her natch chain, nearly melted
hor watch case, darted down to her
feet, and tearing her shoes ta pieces,
left hor uninjured. This was an unusually well conducted thunderbolt.
A less considerate streak would probably have left tho pour woman a heap
of unrecognizable ashes,
 .»
Cii.vsi.ks on thk Moon.—Ten years
ago Dr. Klein, of Cologne, called attention to four small dark areas shown
hero and there on the surface of the
moon and usually associated with crater
cones, and he thought they were true
volcanic vents probably still active.
Besides these, Mr. T. O. Elger, of the
Liverpool Astronomical Society, hns
observed two similar examples on what
is known as the ding-plain Atlas. To
the one on the south side he called
the particular notice of the Lunar Section of the society a short time sinco
and remarked: ''Fourteen years ago I
made careful drawings of this object,
and on comparing them with recent
observations I found changes in its extent, colour, and tone which it was
hard to account for except on the supposition that actual change had taken
place."
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the most effective blood-purifier ever devised.   It la
recommended by the best physicians.
—i       ■»
Humphrey's Homceopathio Specifics. -
D. S. Curtis A Co. Jyl2to
WANTED*
A FEMALE TEACHER to take charge
of the Upper Sumas Public School
on the First of August next.  Apply to
WM. M. CAMPBELL,
Secretary Trustee Board.
Upper Sumas, July 15,1884. JlylOtd
N
NOTICE.
OTIOE   lb  HEREBY  GIVEN, that
slblo for nuy debf incurred by any person
assuming to uct for him unless specially
authorized by wilting signed by him to
Incur the Hame,
JlylOtl A. ONDERDONK.
In the Ooods of LBM LOCK, deceased
intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the Into
Lew Lock art- hereby required to
Fiay the amounts of mild indchtednt-Ksto
he undersigned forthwith, And ull persons huving claims against shu (.'stale of
suld Lorn Lock must send in such cltilmi
provedjon or beforo thc'JOtli August, 1881.
Duted 17th July, 4884.
E. A. JENNS,
JlylOml Administrator.
NOTICE..... n
In tU Goods of the late WILLIAM
CLARKE, deceased intestate.
ALT, PERSONS INDEBTED lo tho lain
William Clarke are hereby required
to pay the amounts of said Indebtedness
to the undersigned forthwith. And nil
persons having claims against the estate
of said William Clarke must send in such
elalmsprovod, on or before the 20th August, 1884.
Dated 171b July, 1884.
E. A. JENNS,
JlylOml Administrator.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot 40, Group I., Yale Division of
Yale District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth lo the
above-mentioned Lot. bearing date the
12th day of February, 1884, has been lost,
and application has beon made for a duplicate of such Certificate, Notice Ih therefore hereby given that such duplicate will
be issued unless cause bo shown to the
contrary In writing within ouo month
from the date hereof.
CHA8. JAS. LEGGATT,
Acting Registrar General.
Land Registry Otlice, 16th July, 1884.
 UlyUUnJ)	
Tenders for Road.
TENDERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
of a. Road, on Noctb, Arm, Fraser River, will be recelved'uptonoon on SATURDAY,, (he ■"Oth inst., at the olliee of the
undersigned, where plans and specifications may bo seen.
Thelowest or any tender not necessnrlly
accented.
CHAS. WARWICK,
Government Agent.
Government. Agent's Offlce,
New Westminster, 18th July, 1884.
 (JlyWBI)	
R.T.WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BINDER, I'APKR RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B.C.
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Institution,
■Established 1811.
4 Queen stroet East, Toronto, Onlarlo.
These Electro-Curatlvo Belts, Insoles
and Trusses are Maprrlnr lo mmy other
■emrtly known toman for the liani.Mll>
ale Belief and Permanent rare of ailments arising from Indiscretion, abuse or
accident, and nil diseases of the blood and
nerves,such as
NrrvoHN Of Willy,
ttcnltnl Wf alt ness,
Womb Trouble*,
■fever A Ague,
Dysentery*
rural) nl*,
BIIIIohsdcns,
Meeplcssnes*.
Kidney Disease.
const Ipal toa,
liver Complaint,
KhruMHilKBt.
Diarrhoea,
Hclatlea,
Inillffrstloa,
Aearalfla,
■Mpateary.
And a host of afflictions over which medicine has little or no control. They have
been many years bofore thb poople of
Canada, and are more used than ever,
whicli speaks better for them thnn nny
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars wllh testimonials free.
mhlWm At NMMAN, X, K,
Private Board.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED In
a private houso  convenient to the
business part oi the city,   Hest references.
Apply at                   THIS OFFICE,
 - (JlylQlc) •
WANTED:
MALE TEACHER 'for tho Upper
Chilliwhack Public Sohool.   Siust
hold n first-class certificate.  Salary, 380
fier month.   Applications   lo bo In not
ater than July Sfth. hm..
JlylOtd
"hVkipi1,
Hoc. Hoard Trustees.
Union Temperance Hotel,
VKR.TBEVILLE, CIIIIXIWUACU.
Board and Lodging.     Horses for Hire.
.   THOS. BARTLETT,
ap30-tc I'propriotor.
1TOTIOE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I havo made
application to the ciiief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Vletorla, to
purchase Hio acres of pasture laud, situate
near the upper Nicola river, and the
Junction of C. M. Book's creek and adjoins land sought to be purchased by ('.
M. Beak on May 28th, 1884.
The land I want common cos al, Beak's
Mouth West corner stake, from thence duo
East 80 chains to stake marked "Greaves,"
thence dun North 40 chains to stake
marked "Greaves," thence duo West 80
chains to stake marked "Greaves," theuce
Mouth 40 chains to starting point—cou*
mining 820 acres.
J. Ii. GREAVES.
Douglas Lake, June 2Uth, 1S81.  -   JlyJflmi!
aSTOTXOE
IH HEREBY GIVEN thnt I have made
application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lauds and Works, Ii. C, to purchase
010 acres ofjpnntut-o In lid Kit unto ItiXlenlu-
KnmloopsDlst. ijy
Said laud lies about "jinllesS. E.from
Chamtcron Lako and extends In an easterly direction from stake No. Ito stake
No. 2,100 chains; thence South 00 chains
to nt uk i' No. ,1; thence West 100 chnins to
stake No. i; and Nortii 60 chnins to starting point.
The laud Is bounded on tho west by
easterly line of L. Gulohon's purchased
land, ou enst by small creek, on south by
Upper Nicola river, ond north by Crown
lands.
C. M. BEAK.
Douglas Duke, Upper Nicola,
June 11th, IW. Jl.vltfm2
Note Lost!
Words Fail
' Words fall to
express my gratl-
  ■■ tude,"   Hay*   Mr.
Bbluy CAUTEn, of Nashville, Twin., "for
tho benefits derived from
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Having; been nfflicted all my life with Scrofula, my system scorned saturated with" tt. It
eftnfedutln Blotches,Ulcers,and Mattery
Snres, all'over my body." Mr. Carter .states
•hat Iib was entirely cured by tho use of
AYEH-B  SAJtSAPAUJM.A,  lllld BlllCB dlBCOIl-
Unulng its nse, eight months ago, he has had
ao return of the scrofulous symptoms.
All baneful infections of tlio blood are
promptly removed by this unequalled alterar
tlve.
PREPARED »v
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; $1, elx bottles for 85.
AUCTION SALE
 OF—
GROGKERYWARE,
Dry Goods & Groceries!
.mHE UNDERSIGNED will sell by Pub-
■-*- lie 'Auction, in*W. J. Armstrong's
NEW STORE, opposite Trapp Bros., .Columbia Street, New Westminster, on
Wflftnesflay, the 30tli July,
A consignment of Ton Crates of the best
White Granite Ware, direct from Geo.
Jones & Hon, Staffordshire, England; all
of which are assorted, ond consist of Cups
and Saucers, Breakfast, Dinner, and Soup
Plates, Dishes of all kinds, Bakers, Covered Dishes and Bed Room Hoik. Also- n
largo quantity of Dry Goods, Coal Oil,
Axle Grease, Olive Oil, Boston Baked
Beans, Canned Cod Fish and Mackerel,
Concentrated Lye, Washing Powder,
Savon Soap, Vinegar, Pickles, Flour Palls,
Rolling Pins, Tobacco, Cigars.
ALSO-1 Gulp Horse Rake, 1 Reaper
aud Mower, 1 Cultivator, 1 Johnson Reaper, 1 Buck Board and set new double Harness, 1 BAY COLT, 4 years old, broken to
saddle and double harness and warranted
sound; also, several Sewing Machines nnd
seven dot. Steel Spades.
Sale to take place at 10 a. m. Terms
Cosh,
T. T. TXl.4bX9F,
JlylOtd Auctioneer.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a certain note dated December, 1881,
Klvcn by It, Vf. Denno to Wllllum Turn-
bull, forjfiO.00, has been lost nnd all parties uro cautioned against dealing in any
wise .with or negotiating the same.
WM.  TURNBULL.
Dated :ird July, 1881. JlySml
Farm to Rent.
THE --BROOKHURST PLACE," situated 8 miles from Ladner's Landing
aud ll from New Westminster, consisting
of 1114 acres of first-class land, well adapted
for farming, and especially adapted for
grazing purposes. Fine chance. Terms
ensy. Parties are invited to call and inspect crop. Jlyltftc
FARM FOR SALE.
OPPOSITE CHILLIWHACK LANDING
\J on tho north side of Fruser rivor.
well Improved; good orchard: 400 fruit
trees: a lino lot of small fruit; 10 acres In
timothy: good house, and barn. For further particulars apply either by lottor or
person to
It. C. GARNER,
jlyltitc Johnson's Landing, B. C.
Dominion License Act.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
ll His Excellency tn Council has been
pleased to extend the timo for the acceptance of applications for Licenses under
the Liquor License Act, in New Westminster District, to the 1st October next, of
which all persons concerned are required
to tako notice.
Dated wu- July, ism.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
JlylOml lst Licenso Commissioner
Frank Siddall'sSoap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUCHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or no do
scriptiott, but for strangers the following
is printed:—II does tilt washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on the board; blue
not needed; docs no harm to clothes,
Plenty of reference U desired. One bar
does twa weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded tf the above Is not true.
Tite undersigned being tho first to in*
trainee it, respectfully asks tho ladies to
patronize him. Orders kindly received
by KUard A Co., at tlie Occident Hotel,
and orders received and .Soap supplied
at Mr, C. Q. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
Being well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
To tliose out of town, a lotter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHE8,
mli-Jl New West., D. C.
Just Opened Out
— AT—
TiNHiM
MM-Tuple* ^"Me lllinj-y;
ne u-iri-r*.,
Including the New Hlyle
Hot* rt*on'* ii*Blt Herles.
Very Complete Line of
The Poets, Various Hlyle**
Mark Twain's Experience, 1 bit.
Job Lot of £> cent Novels.
Richardson's Pinno Instructor,
flotzo's Orgnn Instructor.
Superb Song Book, tl.
Song Folio, »1,
T.R. PEARSON & CO.,
Books, Stationery, and Music, Columbia
street, New Westminster,
G, P. N. CO. (LIMITED,)
NO   CHANGE
 IN THE	
UP-RIVER SERVICE,
QTEAMERS WILL CONTINUE to leave
O New Westminster for Hope (calling
at all wny ports) as usual, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY morning, ntfi
o'clook.
JNO. IRVING, THOS. L. BRIGGS.
Manager. Agent.
(JyiBto)	
W.M. JONES,
LOOCa-BE, <50O.
MUD BAY, B. C.
P11EPARED TO PUhNISH sll Muds
at
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Ami unythlng In Iticaotlnrline,
Jt—t JL.ow«»IM* s?rls»
 (Jyia.)	
New Fish Market!
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW-FISH
Market on
FRpNT 8TREET,
East of the Holbrook Honso, wliere will
be found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds aud of the best quality.
Purchases delivered iu any. pact of the
oity.   A oall is salioited; - *.-ft--ftih28tc
JUST   RECEIVED
 A Consignment of	
San Juan lime!
From thi) "EUREKA CO.," which wc
oiler nt the
LOWEST MARKET PRICE
HOMER & SON.
TENDERS, endorsed ■'Lunatic ABylum
Supplies," for the undermentioned
articles, required for the use of the Pro-
vlnelnl Lunatic Asylum, Now Went ml tinier, for one year, from the 1st August
next, will be received by this Department,
at .Victoria, until noon on Thursday, the
24th lnst.;-
Flrkin Butter, per Ib,
Fresh Butter, "
8.1. Sugar, No. I, "
do      No. 2, "
S. F. Sugar (crushed) "
Rico, No. 1, "
Currents ■■
Flour (extra), 100 lbs.
Syrup, Callfornlu Golden, per gallon.
Tea, English Congou, per lb.
Tea, Japanese, per lb.
Yeast Powder [Preston A Merrill'*] per
doz.
Washing Soda, per 100 lbs,
Castile Soap.per lb.
Laundry Soap [Colonial],per 60 lbs.
Saanich Oatmeal, per lb.
Pearl Barley, "
split Peas. «
Peas [whole], ■     "
HeutiH, largo white. •'
Coffee, best ground, *       "
do,wholeroasted. "
AppU)|-dried, -"
Peaches, "
Ham, "
Eggs, [fresh] per dozen.
Mustard, per lb.
Pepper —ground,— per lb.
Vinegar, pure malt, per gallon.
Candles, Price's Sperm, per Ib,
lata? por Ib,
Tobaeco- English    "
do   Puce's      ".
Matches, B A M.'s, per dozen.
Cheese, per lb.
Bread.        "
Beef, Mutton and Pork, per Ib.
Itei-f ami Mullun, forsntip,  "
Salmon— frcBh,—per lb.
Salmon Bellies, per bbl.
Milk, per gallon,
Brogans.por doien.
Miller's Mole Pants, per pair.
Grav Canton Flannel, per yard.
Welsh do     "
White Twill do      "
Gray Twill   .        do      "
Grny Canton Flftnnol Shirts,        per dm.
Welsh do "
White Twill      do Drawers, Man's "
Gray Twill        do do        "
Heavy Dunk Shlrta "
Slippers, Cloth or Carpet "
Gloves, Heavy Cloth, men's, per doz.palr.
Heavy Woolen Socks, "
Heavy Ootten Socks, ■»
Wide Gray Sheeting per yard.
Heavy Duck "
Coats, Scotch Tweed, each.
Coats, Oregmi Cloth     "
Blanket*, green,  blue   nnd   white,   \l%
point, per pair.
Red  Cotton Pocket Handkerchiefs, per
doien.
Corn Brooms, Pg'st.
Salt, line L„ por 100 pounds.
Coal Oil, per gallon, Downer's ur Star
Brnnd.
Nanaimo Coal, Wellington or Vancouver
Co-Lpor ton.
Best Dry Pine, per cord.
Potatoes, iter ioo lbs.
Onions, "
Cabbage, "
Turnips, White and Swedish, per 100 lbs,
Carrots, por 100 lbs.
Parsnips   "
Samples nf the principal artloles required can be soon at the Provincial Secretary's Office, Victoria, and the Lunatic
Asylum, New Westminster.
All articles to bo delivered nt. tho Asylum, New Westminster, without extra
charge.
Security for the due performance of the
contract will be required In eaoh else.
JNO. RORSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
lOlh July, 1881. JlylUtd
NOTIQH.
X[ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that my
l\ wife, E. A. Deane, holds my power
of < attorney during my absence, for the
collecting of rents, Interest, and tbe sell-.
ing of property, Ac.
fylMo
R. W. DEANE.
LTJWgER
SEMES
SfflEHEES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash. •
BRICKS AND UME,
A job lot now on hand/and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUStlC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold; at
bargains, as they wish* to clear
up their yard. ' •
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods* furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the i Jth df the
following month (unless where
there is, a special contract), as
we intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLASlNf. M1LLSC0.
-—UMITED,	
.NEW WESTMINSTER.'
__x ,_
To Capitalists, Investors,
Speculators, Land
Agents, &c.
THE  UNDERSIGNED
is authorized to offer for
sale in shares,
Lot 104, Group I.,
Port Moody, containing 130
acres, more or less. This property is centrally situated, about
% of a mile from the Harbor
Front, at either the Machine
Shop Reserve, the Railway.
Wharf, or the end of the North
Road. It is nearly level land,
easily cleared. The North Road
runs along one side of it, and
the Clarke Road close tb the
other side. The adjoining property is hold at from $600 per
acre up.
PRICE $300 PER ACRE
In shares of not less than 5 acres.
For Terms of Payment and
other particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., New Westminster
Land Registry Ordinance-1870.
Lot No. 7, Block XXVIII, and Lota Noh. 16
and 17, Block XXXII, in the Oity of
Now Westminster.
4CERTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tho above mentioned Lots
I be Isflued to Maria Woods, on the 24th
day of July, 1884, unless In the meantime
a valid objection thereto be mado to the
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest In anfd Lota
or Home pnrt thereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEaGATT,
Acting IteglHtrar-Gencrol.
Land Registry Oflico, 17th April, 1884.
IT.
HAVING ESTABLISHED
immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, we aro
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up in quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at much cheaper rates thnn formerly. A test lot will prove
this fact. Our ntook- also of
miscellaneous' books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
■ . iii      T. N. HlBBEN A CO.,
my31-tc Gov't St., Victoria.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
|.J.M'slU
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply the
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND	
Ul)
Where there will always be found a good
supply on hand.
'GOODS DELIVEBED FREE OF
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders being left at the office.
We respectfully solicit the patronage
of the Public.
SAT Remember the stand—TWO DOOM
below Trapp Bros.
WINDSOR 4 NELSON,
Managers at Market.
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlySte   |!: Manager Fishing.
M
THE UNDERSIGNED
take this opportunity of
thanking the Ladies for their
past favors, and beg to inform
them that their
Department will be continued
as heretofore, under the able
management of MISS FRITZ
HENRY, and' hope for a continuation of their patronage.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
London House.
,   (Jiyoto)
Confederation Life
-'      ASSOCIATION.
(iaaraulM.'apllal DU,
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Heap Office, Toronto, Canada
" A H0MEJMPANY,
Tjiis Association merits the
confidence the Public js reposing' in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to polioy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing bust*
nest In Canada,
It haa no schemes of Insurance, but tho
welt-established lines, hence tho policy
holders cannot bo misled an In their con-
tracts. /
Ita atatements to the public can be readily understood, lis canli statement show
Ins every Item of Income nnd how expended.
Itn position Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress has been unexampled In
the history of insurance In Canada.
Us pollelOH are Indisputable after three
years, and nonforfeitable after I wo years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon nn equitable basin. The profits to ono elans of
policy holders are not lessened to kIvo
larger profits to any other cIiinn, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal t'mmAUlomt aa to Kesldeace aad
travel.
.1. K. MaeDONALD,
Managing Dlreotor.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westminster.
je7'2mo*aHernale,
NOTICE..
/\N AND AFTER THIS HATE THE
\J Express for Yale and above will close
at 12 in. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays.   For Victoria, Mondays, Wed-
je21-tc
Agt, B. C. Ex. Co.
NOTICE.
WE HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT
we Intend making application to
the Chief Commissioner nf Lands and
Works for permission to purchaso Ave im-
snrveyed islands iu Fruser River, lying to
the south of lot 418, group I, and containing Hio acres, more or less. .
HENRY A. HICKS.
JAMES MOHAN.
June 17th, 1881. Jo21-2m
Lnnd Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lota Nos. 789 and 702, Port Hammond, being Subdivisions of Lot No. 278, Oroup
I, .Now Westminster District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Titlo of James Orr to the nbovo
mentioned Lols, bearing date the Sth day
of May, 1S82, has been lost and application
has beon made for a duplicate of such
Certificate, Notico la therefore hereby
givon, that such duplicate will bo Issued
unless cause bo shown to the contrary, In
writing, within one month from the dnte
hereof.
CHAS. JAB. LEaGATT,
Acting Registrar-General.
Land Registry Offlee, 271 h June, 1884.   [ml
LOOK OUT I
For this Space. It
belongs to
WILLIAM MCLEAN,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
ja'6-to
ST. MARYS CARRIAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(TNCORPOnATGD.)
Capital,   $48,000.
A Division of Surplus Hlock will  Ink.
plnco. on
OOIOBEB 33,1884
SUBSCRIBE NOW.
SHAKES for SALE gl EACH.
This is the best Investment in the country. Send for prospectus nnd fnll particulars to
JAS. THOMPSON,       H. A. L. WHITE,
President, Sec'y-Treas.
St, Mary's, Ont,
AGENTS WANTE^BIC COMMISSION.
Westcott louse!
PORT HAMMOND, B.C.
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
MRS.'.WE8TCOTT begs to announce to
the travelling public that she haa
teased tho hotel at. I'ort Hammond lately
occupied by Mrs. Sinclair, which she has
entirely rearrange!.! uud neatly furnished
now throughout, nud named us above.
The house will boeouducted strintlynHU
first-class country hotel, whoro travellers
mny ut ull times depend upon finding
best accommodation aud polito attendance at reasonable prices. Jyl>ni:i
Si
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY OOODS,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
GENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, B. C,
M
R. DOCKSTEADER also conducts
in connection with his Store, a
Boarding House t
AND    RESTAURANT,
Where travellers can always be accommodated with comfortable, clean lodgings and meals cooked in the very beat
style and consisting of every delicacy the
market affords in its season, at moderate
prices, J28tn3
Latest Arrivals!
-AT-
3£ S S.
EMMA GOLDS
Jut Received,   EX  STR. IDAHO, a
magnificent stook of
Latest Style Sloes!
From one of tho best manufactories iu
the world. Theso shoos embrace all the
finer lines, and are of a style and quality
NEVER   BEFORE   SEEN
Call ami examine for*'
In this Province.
yourselves.
-ALSO-
From 70 cents io |3,00 per yard.
The Largest Stock of
Gentlemen's Huts,
The best styles, and the beat value, in i
the otty. i*28tc ADVERTWNQ   RATES.
Transient Advertisements.-Flint Insertion, 8 cts. per line; subsequent insertions,
2 cts. per line.
Regular Commercial and Business Advertisements,—1 column, 912 per month;
Mcol.,J7 per month; H col., 94 per month;
nches,J2 per month; 1 Inch. $1.G0 per
month. Theso rates to be charged on
standing advertisements whioh remain
over 8 months. If for a less period the
rates will be: 1 col., 915 por month; % col,
*»; K col., tfi; 2 inches, tp; 1 Inch, il
Specials, among reading matter.—First
insertion, 10 cts. por line; subsequent insertions, fi ots. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, SI each.
Funeral notioos accompanying death notico, r-0 ots. extra.
to- All transient advertisements will be
measured by a scato of solid Nonparlel,
which makes 12 lines to the Inch and 7
words to tho line. Display lines must be
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for loss than 91.00.
Wm jjlyitigh gotarohiait.
Sal.nlnr M.ralag, Jaly ,,, isas.
Viotoria paper, .ay that Colo's circus
and monngerie are immense.
The weather haa been showery lately
and it is feared haying operation, may
be hindred.
There is now a daily mail between
Viotoria and the aoud. But what about
the mainland 1
Oapt. Pittendrigh haa some of the
finest pea. at Inoo Cottage garden we
have ever seen.
After a few days' spurt tho salmon
have subaided into masterly inabtivity.
The run on Thursday night was very
light.    ■
The str, Irving arrived from up-river
before noon yesterday, bringing SS
head of cattle for this oity and 60 lor
Victoria.
The str. -Woodward came up on
Thursday with the Amelia's freight,
the machinery of the latter having got
out of order.
The roof of tho Colonial Hotel has
beon finished, and carpenters and plasterers are now busy in the interior of
the building.
There is no police court to report
to-day. People have come to the conclusion that it doesn't pay to fall into
the hands of the Beak.
The atr. Slope came up yesterday instead of the Yosemite. The Yosemite
is chartered to take Cole's circus to
Nanaimo, nnd bring it over to this
city to-day.
A Chilliwhack correspondent wishes
ub to announce that Hon. Jno. Robson
will be at Chilliwhack on Saturday the
26th inst., and will address the people
of that and surrounding settlements on
publio matters.
The Northern Paoifio railroad earned
$4,841,368 during the first five months
of 1884, with 2472 miles 'of road. This
is at the rate of a little less than a million dollars per month, or twelve millions per annum.
The atr. Idaho will leave Tacoma for
this city next Wednesday, nnd it is announced that after that dato she will
leavo Tacoma every Sunday for this
city, returning every Wednesday morning. It'is to be hoped these trips will
now be regular.
It is scarcely necessary to explain
thnt tho James Kennedy who appeared
in the police court report of Wednesday is not Mr. James Kennedy the
architect, or Mr. James B. Kennedy
of DeBeck Bros. & Co., or Mr. James
M. Kennedy the printer.
Hr. A. J. McColl and hia bride, accompanied by Mrs. Barlow, arrived at
Hasting., Burrard Inlet, on Monday,
whero they will remain for tho summer. Mr. MoColl oame over to the
city on Thursday and received the congratulations of his friends.
We are glad to observe that tho suggestion mado several weeks ago by Ths
Columbian has been adopted by
the post - oflico authorities. Tho
offico now remains opon till 7
o'olock p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays
and' Fridays, theso being tho through
mail days.
Attention is called to tho "special
dispatches" which appear in The Columbian to-day. They will be found
to contain news of great importance
which, by tho aid of the telegraph,.we
are enabled to placo before mainland
readen nearly three days in advance
of any other newspaper.
A young man went down to the
-Yosemite Wednesday morning to aay
good-bye to his best girl who was going
on a visit to Victoria. As tho young
man hasn't yet returnod it is surmised
that he either committed suicide or
lingered in the fair presence until the
means of retreat had been cut off.
Yesterday morning a Chinaman
scooped in an immense quantity uf
chow-chow under Ewen's wharf. There
are million, of suckers congregated
there feeding on the refuso from the
cannery, and John raked them in with
a scoop net at the rate of about BOO
per minute. This is a magnificent find
for the half-starved celestials.
Referring to the death of Clarke on
the Pitt .River road, the Guardian intimates tbat the government instructed
the coroner not to hold an inquest.
The government never did anything
of the sort. In consequence of an
amendment passed by the Beaven government (which the organs so much
admire.) no inquest could be held.
The organ Ia on the wrong track again.
The object of Hon. Mr. Ohapleau's
minion has been disclosed. Mr, Chap-
lcau and Hr. Justice Gray of this city
have beon appointed a commission to
inquire into the Chinese question, in
accordance with a promise made by
the government last session, that during recess the question would receive
attention. N. F. Davin has been ap-
pointen secretary of the commission.—
Colonist,
'cltoh Mab.ut.--4 tans potatoes, 1
cabbage, 1 ton turnips, at th. Ful
Bbioks,—The brick machine at the
new brick yard has been working this
week, and haa turned out about 50,000
bricks. The capacity of the machine
is from 15,000 the 20,000 a day, but it
will be some time before that quantity
can be reached in our yard, as both
the machinery and most of the men
are new. A kiln is being built, and
the firat burning will take about 150,-
'000. - The contractors for the asylum
visited the yard on Wednesday and
were well pleased with the appearance
of the briok. They will require at'
least 200,000, whicli will bo a very
good starter tor the yard.
Union Shkvioes.--It was expected
that Rev. Hr, HoKay, the new pas-
'tor for St. Andrew', church, would
ihave reaohed thia city in time to oo-
'Oupy the pulpit to-morrow. That expectation cannot bo realised, however,
and it has been arranged that the
Presbyterian and Methodist congregations shall hold union services. Rev.
E. Robson, of the Hary-st. Methodist
church, will preach in tlio Presby terisn
church in the morning nnd in the
Mothodist church in thu evening. It
is understood that this will be Mr.
Robson's'lost sermon in Now Westminster, as he will probably leave for
Nanaimo on Friday.
Fcltok
ton cabba„ , . .
ton Market, Columbia at. lt
License Court,— The adjourned
meeting of this court was held on
Thursday   forenoon.      There   were
f resent tho mayor and Messn. Bole,
erris, Cunningham, Pittendrigh, and
Mothers. Mr. Atkinson, on behalf of
Mr. Olarke, asked a license for the
Cleveland Hotel. A voto was taken
on tho application, whioh, we believe,
resulted in a tie, and the court adjourned until next Tuesday. There
were no other applications for licenses.
-—: -* •-.—
Dentistby. — Dr. Cheadlc, of this
oity, left Thursday morning, th. 17th
lust., by the Yosemite, for Victoria,
whence he goes on professional duties.
During his absence, whioh will extend
over a period of four weeks, he will visit
Nanaimo to perform dental work. Dr.
Welsh, his associate, now absent at Yale,
but who is expeoted to return In a few
days, will, upon his arrival, be glad to
see his old patrons, and will with pleasure wait upon those in need of his services.     jyl9-*it
Oauoht on the Fly.—On Wednesday a convict named Reily, from Lytton, serving out a sentence of six
months In the gaol, managed to slip
out of the yard unnoticed by the guard.
About 10 o'clock the same night he
landed at Knevett, on the opposite side
of the river, intending to make hia way
across to tho land of the free. St
ping out of the canoe he was warmly
received by Mr. Moresby, governor of
the gaol, who had been patiently waiting for him. He wu returned to th*
gaul, and resumed his position in the,
chaingang.
Tuiinino thi Tables.—The strike
.of the Ohinese cigar maken at San
Franoisco three months ago so deeply
disgusted manufaoturera that they established a free sohool for the tnining
of white boys and girls in the process
of cigar making. The term of apprenticeship waa three months, and tha
fint batch of pupils, seventy-one in
number, have just been graduated.
They were given employment at once
in the atead of Chinamen, and employment is offend to all who will learn
tbe trade. Three thousand five hundred Ohinamen are now employed in
the San Franciaco oigar factories, and
the employen hope to aupply their
place with white labor in the coune of
time.
A Fiery Serpent.— The Ottawa
Free Press reports that just about dusk
on tbe ovening of tha 5th inst., a
beautiful spectaole was noticed in the
heavens. A largo meteor slowly crossed the dark azure canopy from the
southeast to the northwest. It waa
fully ten feet in length, and would resemble a luminous serpentine animal,
slowly swimming through the ethereal
ocean. Tbe head was very bright, aud
appeared to be about a foot in diameter. The tail had all the magnificent
color of the rainbow, und tapered from
six inches in diameter to a point.
When it oame within about six feet of
tho north-western horizon it bunt into
infinitesimal fury particles. This meteor was larger and moro beautiful
than the one whioh was seon all over
Eastern and Western Canada in 16.0.
Reported Line to China.—Early
in March the Northern Pacific sent an
agent to Hongkong to learn whether
a cargo of tea could be secured. They
intended to charter a ataamship, run
at full .peed to Portland, discharge
tho cargo into freight can, which would
bo in waiting, and send a tnin on passenger schedule to Chicago, making
tlio fastest time on record. The matter was kept a secret, as they did not
want the Pacifio Mail to learn uf their
intentions and blook the game. Soma
hitoh occurred and nothing came of
this fint shipment. Howover, the
agent kept on with his investigations
of prospective trade. His report was
so favorable that capital waa raised in
London to establish a steamship line.
It will run to Portland, Or., and to
Puget Sound, in connection with the
Northern Pacific. It is understood
that for tho present one or two of the
many "ocean tramps" now to be had
in Hongkong will be chartered for this
service.—Seattle Intelligencer.
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A Pioneer Gone. — On Tuesday
night Mr. William Armstrong died at
liis residence, Merivale atreet, in this
city. Mr. Armstrong was among the
earliest pioneers of this country. He
was bom in Ireland, and after living a
number of yean in Ontario, came out
to California with hia family in 1851,
by way of Cape Horn. In 1868 hs
came to British Oolumbia, bringing
his wife and three sons, W. J., J, 0,,
and G. H. Leaving the family hen
he went back to California for a short
timo, returning to thia eity in 1869,
when he haa resided continuously
until tho time of his death, His wife
died 7 yean ago, at the age of 80, and
Mr. Armstrong lived to the rip* old
age of 93. Two eons still remain in
this city, Mr. W, J. Armstrong, late
provincial secretary and. now sheriff of
the distriot, and Mr. J. O. Armstrong.
The deceased was interred at the Masonic cemetery on Thunday, ti. Ven.
Archdeacon Woods officiating. The
funeral was largely attended,
Tacoma.—The terminal town is look,
ing well. Considerable building ia
going on, but nut so mgeh aa a year
ago. A number of briok block, an in
coune of erection, which will add materially to tht appearance of tha main
business stroet — Pacific avenue—as
also lossen the danger from fin. The
new Tacoma Hotel is an object ot interest to all visitors, and is a big thing
for the town The new Annio Wright
school is tho moat conspicuous structure on the townsita, and is seen from
a long distance out on the Sound. The
new publio school building is alao a
showy house, but not of so fanciful
appoarance as tht Annie Wright building. Many elegant dwellings havo
beeu put up, anoV much valuable work
done upon the stnets. Tho growth of
the town has been pushed away from
the water front, towards the Puyallup,
which in almoat every respect is tho
least desirable part of the .ite. Tacoma
is dull now, but not hopelessly so, and
in good time will take a new and
stronger start towards the attainment
of the bright destiny awaiting it.—
-AVn«l.i*«*
hi
The Brooklyn bridge has the largest
span and is considered the largest
bridge in the world. But tbe Tay
bridge over the Frith of Forth, in
Scotland, ta replace that which fell
down under a railway passenger tnin,
will have two .pans eaoh of which is
aa long as the.Brooklyn bridge. This
will be the greatest bridge ever designed.
— i	
Choice Building Sites for sole. Subdivision of Lota 1 and 2, Block VI., snb-
urban, New Westminster. Terms easy.
-Woods * Turner, je28ml
Stealing Ohinese Women. —-Lsat
Friday two Chinese women wen supposed to lie drugged and abducted
from Victoria by Chinamen, and two
longshoremen employed to convey
them to the other side. Immediately
after the women wen found to be
missing it was reported that a nward
of 1500 had been offend by a Chinaman for thalr recovery, and a prominent citizen hearing of this placed himself in communication by telegraph
with the Customs Department at Port
Townsend; consequently Collector Bash
came over on Saturday, partly on business and partly on pleasure. Nothing
further was heard of the Ohinese until
the arrival of the Eliza Anderson at 2
o'clook this moruing. It wa. then ascertained that laat evening at about a
mile off Point Wilson in American
waters, a canoe waa observed loaded
apparently with red blankets and two
white men paddling. The American
Custom House officer ordered them
alongside, whioh they at fint refused
to do, fearing to come into collision
with the wheel. After several threats
the canoe wu brought to the sido of
tho Eliza Andenon, and the purser
and Oustoui House offiper jumped into
the canoe, and upou removing the
blanket, found thne Ohinese women
and two Ohinamen. The woman had
to be lifted on board and seemed overjoyed at their release. Boon after th.
steamer's arrival hen, Mr. Bub who
wu on board tke Olympian wu apprized nf the arrest, and he and hia
subordinates took a..boat, want on
board the Klin Andenon, put tha two
white man in h-ons, captured the five
Chinese also, and conveyed them to
the Olympian.. The Olympian left at
five o'olock thia morning for Puget
Sound when charges will be preferred
against them.—Ftc. Pott.
Hall'. Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re-
newer never fail, in restoring gray
hair to Its youthful oolor, lustre, and
vitality. Dr. A. A. Hayes, State As
say.r of Maasachusetts, endonei it, and
all who give It a fair trial unite in
grateful testimony to ita many virtue..
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SouofSnttaM.
The adjourned meeting of theSt.
Audrewa' and Caledonia sooioty wu
held at Ihe Skating Ri'nk lut Tuesday
nighti Then wu a good attendance.
On motion of Mr. Adam Inne., seconded by Mr. MoKenzie, Rev. Alex. Dunn
wu appointed chaplain, On motion of
Mr. Buie, seconded by Mr. Laidlaw,
it wu resolved that the annual gathering of tbe society be held at the agricultural grounds, New Westminster,
on Tuesday, Aug. Uth. On motion
of Mr. Laidlaw, seconded by Mr. Bonson, the following committeo wu appointed to arrange programme and solicit subscriptions for the annual gathering:
New Wutmineter.—The Chief, lst
Chieftan, 2nd Ohloftan, Dr. McLeod,
D. Chisholm, Peter Graqt, Alex. Ewen,
Ju. Laidlaw, J. R. Johnstone.
Langley: — Adam Innes, Samuel
Robertson.
North Arm.- Jno. Ferguson, Jno.
McMyn.
Mud Bay.-W. O. McDougall.
Maple Ridge.—Paul Murray.
Granville.— Aba. Johnston.
Port Mbody.-Jno. Buie, Donald
McGregor.
Matsqui.—Hr. Rosa.
Surrey.—Mr. McKenzie.
Ohilliwhuk.-D. McGillivray.
♦ 	
Concert ud Presentation.
On Wednesday night the Bke Rib- ■
bon ooneert took place in the fekat ing
Rink. There wu a large attendance,
and the programme throughout wai
good. It opened with a cnoruV by the
choir; then followed an inttrumental
duet by Miu White and Misa Major;
quartette by Miu Major. Mm. Major,
Mr. DeBeck, and Mr, Pearson;- recitation by Miu Grant and others; duet by
Mrs. Major and Mr. DeBeck; dialogue
by Meura. Grant and Cunningham;
recitation by Mr. Oeo. Grant; aolo by
Mr. DeBeck; recitation by Miu Grant;
uartette by Hiuea Grant, Major and
Vhite, and Messrs. DeBeck and Pear-
ton; a reading by Mr. Ogle; trio by
Meura. DeBeck, White and Pearson;
two choruiei by the choir; piano solo
by Miu DeBeck; and a reading by
iu White. The lut piece wu rather
A surpriu to the chairman, Rev. E.
Robion. Reading from the programme
he called upon Miu White for a reading, when that lady immediately ro-
iponded with the following:
To Rev. E. Robson, President of the Rhe
Ribbon Club of New Westminster, R.C.
Rsv. ash Dear Sib.-We, the mem-
ben of the Bine Ribbon Club ot New
Westminster, fwt thai we cannot allow
you to depart from our city, and from
the position yon hare to ably filled in
our club, without expressing ia some
manner our appreciation of your untiring
efforts in behalf of tbe temperance cause.
The lack of interest in this good work,
and in some euu the opposition to it,
so painfully manifested by men of influence tn our city, make us feel the
mora forcibly what a noble exception
your examnle offers to the general rule
We know that in losing yon the temperance cause io New Westminster loses
much, but we an glad to know also that
your labors will not cease, but will merely be transferred to another field. We
hope that othen may oome forward to
help in building up that wall whose
foundation you hare assisted us to lay,
and that at lut It may ahht out from
our city the terrible curse of strong
drink. As a farewell gift we uk you to
accept this cake basket aud water pitcher
In nmsmbranee of the Blue Ribbon
Club, and of the defeats and victories
over which we bave mourned iind rejoiced
together. We pray that peace and prosperity may ever attend you and yoars,
and that you mayloug be spared to join in
the battle against intemperance and vice
of every kind. Signed on behalf of the
Blue Ribbon Club-W. R. Austin, Vice-
President; H. L. DeBkck, Secy.
Acoompanying the addrqu wero a
large aud handsome silver water pitcher and silver cake basket. Rev. -Mr.
Robion made a suitable reply to the
addreis, and warmly thanked the club
for ita kind remembrance. During the
evening refreshments were served, and
the entertainment throughout was one
of the moat enjoyable ever given by
*■*■• olub.
Delta conncil.
Tlie council met at the usual time and
place on Saturday, July Mb. Present,
the Reeve, and Oouncillon Kent, Kirkland, MoKee, and Crawford. A number
of aooounta wen paassd and ordered
paid. The Clerk was instructed to credit
Mr. T. B. Ladner with $10, for oleanlnu
the outlet to slough. Mr. Sam Gray's
tender for getting out and delivering
4.700 feot corduroy wu accepted. The
clerk wat Instructed to apply to the government for the grant to the municipality, and also to call for tenders for covering about one mils of the corduroy on
Trunk road.
We Maple Kidke Meeting.
On Wednesday a partial report of
tbe provinoial secretary's address to
the people of Maple Ridge appeared
in The Columbian. The preuure of
other mattera prevented the publication of a fuller report at that timo;
but u there were several statements
of Importance omitted, wo propose
now to givo further extracts from our
report of tho address. Referring to
the need of roads, the hon. gentleman
Mid he had the greatest sympathy for
the new settlors iu the difficulties
which surrounded them in a new coun*
try. Be liad had some experience in
the early days of British Columbia,
and knew some of the obstacles which
were to bo found where no roads ex*
isted. But these disadvantages were
met with iu all new countries, and he
did not beliovo aftor all there was any
penon In this province who had experienced as gnat hardships in this
respect u some of the pioneors of the
older provinces. It wu oue of the
first duties of the government to
OPEN UP THB COUNTRY
for uttlers, and the government of
whioh he wu a member had addressed
itself to this duty with all the energy
the resources within ita reach would
permit. It must be remembered,
however, that the revenue of the province wu limited, and it wu manifestly
Impossible to build all the roads at
once; but he had abundant faith in
the oountry's resources, and tn the
course of time he hoped they would
be able to satisfy the reasonable wants
of every settler. When he and his
fellow candidates canvassed the constituency two yean ago one of the
principal planks of their platform wu
the necessity of getting rid of the
graving dock. At some of the meetings the people said, "You get rid of.
the dock, if you don't get n oent for
it." Well, he wu glad to uy. what
they already knew, that they had got
rid of it; and they had not only bound
the federal government to build and
maintain the dook, thus securing to
the province all the benefits that work
wu expected to bring, bnt they had
also received back every dollar of pro*
vlnclal money that had been expended
on It. The result of this arrangement
wu that during the put two yean
SEVEN TIMEa A3 MUCH
had been spent in improvements in
this district u in the two previous
yean. The government had also determined that every dollar of the dock
refund ihould be spent on the mainland. The island railway bonus must
necesurily be spent on the island, and
the government considered It only just
tbat the mainland should nap the
benefit of the dock money—especially
u the interests of the mainland had1-
been io shamefully neglected by their
predecesson. Thia determination would
be faithfully carried ont. It must not
be eipected, however, that thia whole
sum would be expended at once. They
proposed to spread it over two or three
yean, taking up sueh works fint as
seemed to them most needful. They
wouldn't have a dry-dock to sell every
year, but they hoped to be able, by
the judicious expenditure of this money, ao to develop the country and
widen the revenue-producing resources
u to secure a permanent income so
largely- increased u to enable them
more fully to meet tho requirements
of the country. A great deal had
been uid about
TUB GIVE-AWAY POLICY
of the govornment. He maintained
that no valuable consideration whatever had been given away. *Fhe Dominion government had got 3,0U0,000
acres at Peace River, but these lands
were merely entrusted to them. They
could not bo carried out of British
Colnmbia. The Dominion government, At its own cost, must survey
thue lands, administer them, sell
them, settle them; and then this provinco would step in, tax them, and
receive tho revenue from them forever
afterwards. After the cost of disposing of thue landi had beon deducted
from the receipts, it is doubtful if the
Dominion would have any considerable
surplus in hand. Ho believed the advantages accruing to the provinco from
these lsndi thus disposed of would be
quite as great as if we had undertaken
to administer them ourselves, because
it was altogether probable they would
be settled nnd revenue-producing muoh
sooner. Again, it wm the intention
of the fedenl government to charge
an average of about $5 an acre for its
lands in tbis province. On this point
the provincial government had fought
them harder than on any other point
in the agreement, and tney had succeeded in fixing the price of Dominion
lands at $1 per'acre. There were
uver 11,000,000 acres in tho railway
belt, and thon who took up these
landa would therefore uve $44,000,000
by this arrangoment. Mr. Trutch
had estimated the lands iu thia district
alone at 1,000,000 acres, upon which,
through the action of tlie provincial
government, the settlers would mvo
14,000,000.   They had
HBCURBD OTHER ADVANTAGES
to the province, among which was real
dent judgu. He wu sorry that
through tho illheaa uf Judgo McCroiglit
this arrangement hod nut been very
successful. Ho wu glad to say, however, that as a result of the attorney*
goneral'a visit to Ottawa there wnuld
very soon be a resident judge in this
district. To-day they had madt a
■oleum compact tbat no more c-utir.rel-
ing be dono over roads nnd appropriations. If they carried nut this Compact they might expect a court established at Maple Ridge. At Urn it
would hu held only onco in three
months, but if tho plan siicco-Micd it
would probably sit more frequently.
He then referred to the utifairut-iw of
,the attacks which had Wen inudo on
this government by the opposition
preu. They wure prepared for Inmost
criticism, and wero quite willing that
the broad light uf day should shine
upon all thoir nctu, but the condu ot of
a portion of the provinoial press had
been extremely unfair and dishoitost.
He uked them to compare the policy
and actions of tho present government
with those of their predecessors. What
had thoy done for the mainland, o* for
the diitrict of New Westminster ? Ho
did uot believe thero could be fuund
an honest farmer from the gulf tn the
mountains who would wish to return
to the condition of things which e tilted when the present government camo
into offlco. After referring to tho importance and dignity nf agricultural
operations, the hon. gentleman again
appealed to the peoplo of Maple Ridge
to give proof of their wisdom and patriotism by laying aside local jealousies
and uniting for the advancement of
the best interests of the settlement.
" "Communication*.
Several house! for ule byC. D, RAND.
Sumas Quarrel.
Editor Columbian. — In your lost
iuue appears a, lotter from Mr. C, Chad-
Hy, under the above heading, claiming
to be a reply to another letter from
"Settler," In your issue of the 12th inst.,
upon the same subject. Now. Mr. Editor, I am not going to take up the cudgels ot mud throwing with Mr. Chadsey,
nor even to discuss the merits of the
question nt issue, but merely to disclaim
having anything to do with "Settler's"
letter in any shape or form, nor do I
even know who the author is, hoping
this announcement may remove (he delusion under which Mr. Chadsey is apparently laboring, for he ir barking up the
wrong tree. Mr. Chadsey concludes hiB
letter by saying that he would not reply
to any more communications on the subject, as he was not a writer. I must
regret tlmt Mr, Chadsey lias exhausted
his ammunition in his peculiar way at
shadows, when the real culprit is still at
large. Mr. Editor, you would oblige me
by saying hi your next issue whether I
wu tho author of "Settlor's" letter or
not. D. McGillivray,
Simian, July 18, 1884.
[The letter signed "Settler" wu certainly not written by Mr. McGillivray.
-Ed.] '
Miss Mary Campbell, Elm, writes:
"After taking four bottles of Northrop
& Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure,! feel as if I were a new
person. I had been troubled with Dyspepsia for a number of yean, and tried
many, remedies, bnt of no avail, until I
used this celebrated Dyspeptic Cure."
For all impurities of the Blood, Sick
Headache, Liver and Kidney Complaints,
Costiveneas, etc., It is the best medicine
known.
Tbe Greeley Expedition.
SEVEN 8WVIV0W IEI0UE0.
Washington. D. C, July 17.—The
Acting Secretary of the Navy hu received the following telegram from St.
Johns this morning stating that the
Greeley relief expedition hu found the
survivon of the Greely party. The ror*
vivon number seven in all, The namu
are Lieutenant Greeley, Sergeant Brainard, Sergeant Fredericks, Sergeant Long,
Sergeant Ellison, Hospital Steward Bis-
berbach and Private Cornell. They were
found by the relief ihlps Thetis and Bear,
five miles off Cape Sabin. Sergeant
Ellison wu very badly frost-bitten, and
died at Qoodhaven, July 6th, after undergoing a surgical operation. Relief
ships Thetis ana Bur with Survivon are
now at St. Johns. Tbe remainder of the
party died of starvation.
St. Johns, July 11.—For the first time
in three centuries England yields the
honor of "further north." Lieutenant
Lockwood and Sergeant Brainard, on
May 13th, reached Lockwood Island,
latitude 83 deg. 24.min„ longitude 44
deg. 58 min. They uw from a 2,000-
feet elevation no land to the north north*'
west, but to the northeast Greenland extended till lost to view in Cape Robert
Lincoln, latitude 83 deg., 35 min, Lieutenant Eookwood wu turned back in
1883 by the open North Greenland Sea,
the Shore party barely escaping drifting
into the Polar ocean. Dr. Ravy, in
1882, in following Markham'a route, wu
adrift oue day in the Polar ocean, north
of Cape'*'Joseph. Henry and myself es*
caped to land abandoning nearly everything. In 18821 made spring and summer trips into tne interior of Grinnelland,
discovering Lake Hazen, about 60 by 100
milu in extent, which ia fed by the
North Grinnelland, and drains Buggies
river. Brainard succeeded in crossing
Grinnelland, and ninety miles 'from
Beanteux Bay, head of Archer fiord,
struck the head of a flortt front the Western sea, temporarily named by Lock*
wood, Greeley ford. From the oentW of
the fiord in lat. 80m 30s, long. 76m 30s,
we say tliat tho northern shore terminated some 30 miles west, and that the
southern shore extended some 50 milu
south, apparently separate tho land from
Grinnelland. I have named tlie new
land Arthur. In March, 1884, Lieut.
Long, while hunting, looked from the
northwest side of Mount Caret! to Hays-
Sound, seeing on the northern coast,
three capes, westward of the furtherest
seen byNaresin 1876. The sound extends 20 miles further west than shown
bythe English chart; but it is possibly
shut in by land which showed up across
the western end. All explorations retreat to Cape Sabin and were accomplished without loss of life, disease, serious accident or frost bites. No scurvy
wu experienced at Conger; but ono
death occurred from it lut winter.
Greeley.
the severestof the three; the mean of thermometer during February was 48 deg. below zero. Seals were observed as high up
oh latitude 81 and 82. Several varieties
were observed and a variety of birds
known and unknown to ornithologists.
A hundred musk oxen were slaughtered
during tho two winters'residence nt Fort
Conger. Tho flesh proved very valuable
food, being pRliitable, wholesome and
nutritious. Tho whole official work of
tho expedition, plan-*, (-ketches, photon,
plates and scientific f-kctches have been
wived and brought here by Lieut. Greeley.
The bodies of 12 of the victims were
brought up by the steamers Bear nnd
Thetis, embalmed in tanks filled with nl-
flobol. Survivors all doing well and rapidly gaining flesh and t-trength. Lieut.
Ureeley, who was In an exceedingly critical condition when transferred^ to tho
TiietlK, Is now able to move about. This
morning ho went out for an hour's ride
to get the country air, and came bnck
quite resuscitated.
The Thin Cannot Gain in Weight
if they are troubled with dyspepsia, because tho food is not converted into the
due proportion of nourishing blood wliich
alono can furnish the elements of flesh.
But there is no reason, when this wearing, attenuating disease is conquered by
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery, why there should not be an appreciable gain in weight, which .indeed is
usually the cose. It is a peerless remedy also for Constipation, Liver Complaint, Kidney troubles, and roots out
all impurities from the blood.
SPECIAL DESPATCH.
ST, Johns, N. F., July 17.—On arrival at
nnehoragoof the relief squiulron to-day
the asKoc luted press correspondent Interviewed Lieut. C-froely and othor survivors
of the Arctic colony when tho following
factH were disclosed; Aftor passing two
month* Ht Port Congir in scientific researches. Lieut, (Jreely with Ids wholo
party, broke up their encampment nnd
commenced llio southward descent. This
was accomplished amid great peril of
wind galos, ice nips and other casualties.
CapeSabln having boon reached,n temporary houso was erected, built of stones
und covered wllh satis brought along by
tho parly on Mth Sept, Winter quarters
were established nt Cape Sabin. The oomr
missitriiit had become vory mcticro, and
the cliche of provisions loft uy the Protons
last year but poorly supplemented ll. Tho
steam launch had become fast In tho ico
aft'W weeks previous,and hap been abandoned during whole wilder. The (Irst
havoc in ranks began oarly In January.
Ono of the men dropped off with scurvy
on Uth April.   Lt. Lockwood and Mr. nice,
KhOiOgrapher, succumbed after heroic al-
distance —...  - ,   , ,,.
ment. Tho astronomer perished May
•mil; Lt. Klsblngbiirg died Juno l»t; Dr.
Pnvv.imtimiiitii. slept Into death June Us
Not'one of th" victims re:ill/.ed death was
in-ur; thuy nil died tranquil, painless
death-*. Twu [Cskltiiosahopeilsneil.onc
of sMirvnllon the other drowned, bin knyii-
ka bol UK hurled hy somo newly formed
lee A|*iil7th.tluis putting off nil hopes of
getting auyHiipplyof seul meat for the
sturvliig explorers. The "Eskimo were
most Mllhful aiul devoted followers and
helper*. Lt. Ellison was rescued and safely
brought on hoard steamship lliw where
he died it few dnys subsequently. Thoro
is an extraordinary instance of human
endurance. Whilo away some ton miles
from his hut lost whim the temperature
-.inUleniy fell to -Wdoiti-ees below nero; hii
hands and feet were frozen lo (he very
bono, and he was drugged by hlscomrados
tn almost sinking condition to his hut.
HIm fe"t and hands wore literally amputated bv excessive froBt.and in this terrible stato he lived through the dismal
months that. Intervened between that and
tlie time of the rescue,22nd June, undor
aircumBtnhecs of great difficulty. The
Thetis nnd Bear lay off from shore about
800 yards. There was a torriflc gale blow-
In-,' from south-west, heavy sea runulng,
ami a formidable Ico nip, Lt, Greeley
nnd the other six survivors had to bo
transferred from their camp to the steam
launqh whale boat In their sleeping bags
and while steaming from hind to ship the
destruction of tho wholo party ut one timo
seemed certain. Tho sen swept furiously
over thom and tho fury of the wind threatened to capsize them. At length they
wore safely plnced on hoard the rescuing
squadron, whore every possible preparation was made to Insure their recovery
and comfort. The Greeley parly reached
tho highest latitude over reached hy polar
explorers, Mdcg.ajm. The const of Greenland was surveyed up to 83degs,a>mln.
bv observations nnd named Cape Lincoln. The steamship nt last parted company with the squndron off Lurk Island
und has not yet reached port.
It was discovered during the past winter
by Lieut. Greeley that Capo Sabin wns
part of an Island, not the mainland, ns
wns thought. It is separated from the
nmlnlanilhy n narrow creek now called
Rico's strait, in memory of tho dead photographer. Lieut. Greeley Informed your
correspondent thut n lnrge body of valuable scientific work had been dono during tho two seasons spent nt Fort Conger
hv himsolf and his lieutenant. About
Qso mites of exploration hnvo boon effected and many valuable Observations, magnetic, thermometer, meterological, etc.,
havo boen taken.  The winter of 'Bl was
NEW8 FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Des Moines, July C—The new liquor
law went into effect yesterday. There
was a great rush on the saloons on Wednesday by bibulous individuals, who laid
in a large stock of liquors. Numbers of
tbe saloons have hung out Bigns like the
following! —- "Colored Rainwater,"
"Mumm," ''Worm Destroyer," "Swimming Feather," kc.
New YoBK,.Tuly a.-A cable special
says: Royalty is again quiet, the Queen
having ordered the Prince of Wales to
attend no theatres. Her Majesty gave
an example of retiring from the vulgar
gaze by keeping the railroad stations
during her recent journey from Scotland
as clear as If the Russian Czar was passing through a Nihilistic district. The
people in Darmstadt are still complain*
ing that when she was passing a station
in Germany, where the people had pre*
pared flags and bouquets, she pulled
down the blinds in their faces. She has
surprised everybody by doing the handsome thing by her grand-daughter on
her recent marriage, oy paying for her
trousseau, while the grand duke Sergius
delighted his bride with a parure of diamonds costing £20,000.
New York, July ll.-The Herald
editorially says: "Jay Gould seems to be
following last in the footsteps of Villard,
and has been leaning towards the same
terminal grand collapse. Thursday
Gould borrowed half a million sterling,
giving as collateral a block of Missouri
Pacific and Western Union. Before he
obtained the loau Gould was forced to
sign an agreement that as soon as there
should be any way of making a good
margin the lender has the right to soil
the stocks in the market without further
notice. Thus Gould is forced to tie himself up with all kinds of restrictions,
juat as Villard was when tottering to his
fall. Gould, however, is more unfortunate than Villard, in that he has fallen
upon harder times. The very failure of
Villard, and the ruin it caused, resulted
in a shock to publio confidence that is
enormous. A further shrinkngaof values haa rendered it impossible for him
to raise money on his Western Union and
other stocks, as be otherwise might have
done, so it happens that in his efforts to
borrow he is forced to make sterling
loans, and as the number of houses that
make these is limited, ho is obliged to
borrow from the identical people with
.whom Villard did similar business one
year ago.
Sa.v t Francisco, July 14. — The
Chronicle this morning says: "A rumor
uomes from Portland that the Northern
Pacific has at length secured the lease it
has long cofeted of the Oregon Railway
and Navigation Co.'s property. If this
is true the transaction converts the Northern Pacific into as complete a monopoly as can be conceived. It places all of
Oregon and Washington Territory at the
mercy of the company, by virtually shutting out the Union Pacific and all other
competition from Portland by the Columbia River route, and from Puget
Sound by way of Portland and the Columbia Rivor. The Oregon Railway and
Navigation Co, is in possession of the
only available roadway from the Dalles
down to Portland and Puget Sound. It
was tho hope of the poople of that country that this advantage would uot be
surrendered to tho exclusive use and
control of either the Northern or the
Union Pacific,
London, July IA.—Granville, foreign
secretary of state, refused the request of
Spain for the revision of protocol of the
commercial treaty with England. Negotiations therefore closed.
London, July 15.—Tho Earl of Cada-
gan, under the sanction of conservative
leaders, will move iu the house of lords
on Thursday to present an address to
tho Queen, asking her to summon an
autumn session of parliament to consider the franchise question in connection with the question of redistribution
of parliamentary seats. The government is not likely to accede to the re-
iest.
ALBANY-July 11.—At a serenade tonight, givon Gov. Cleveland by the
Young Men's Democratic Club, the .lack-
sonioiis and citizens of of Albany, Gov.
Cleveland made a response to the address
and said: Fellow citizens, I cannot but
bo grateful with this kindly greeting. I
find that J am fast reaching a point
whero 1 shall count the people of Albany,
not only as fellow citizens, but as townsmen and neighbors. On this occasion I
am of course aware that you pay no compliment to a citizen and present no per*
sonal tribute, hut that yon have come
to demonstrate your loyalty and devotion to a cause in whioh you arc heartily
interested. The American people are
about to exorcise in its highest degree
their power and right of sovereignty.
They ara to call on review before them
their public servants and the representatives of the political parties and demand
an account of their stewardship. Par-
tics may bo long in power, and may become so arrogant ana careless of tho interests of the peoplo as to become heedless of their responsibility to their masters, but the time comes as certainly as
death when the poople weigh them in
tiie balance. The issues to be adjudicated by the poople are made up ana are
about to bo submitted. Wo believe that
the people are not receiving at the hands
of the party which for nearly 24 years
has directed the affairs of the nation, tho
benefits to which they arc entitled of
pure and just economical rules, and we
believe that the ascendancy of genuine
Democratic principles will insure better
government and greater happiness and
prosperity to all the peoplo. To reach
the sober thoughts of the nation and dislodge an enemy intrenched ia always
honorable, and with a firm reliance upon
the intelligence and patriotism of the
American people. After the speech the
crowd passed through, shaking the Governor by the hand. Oue thousand con
fratulatory telegrams have been received
rom prominent men, among them Thos.
F, Bayard, Gov. Hoadly, Gen. McClel-
lan, R. B. Hubbard, Hugh Mel Jiughlan,
leader of the Brooklyn Democracy, and
a number of Independent Republicans.
Livo Bear and Seal at the Fulton Market whore yon can order ohoico vegetables from the celebiated farms of Kirkland and Stoves,— Adv,       ■■' '■
Special   Despatches!
St. Pktersbdrq, July 17.—A large
quantity of fire arms, bombs, daggers,
and a printing press were found to-day
in the residence of justice of ths peace
fiarbosky, who was arrested in connection with a plot to blow up the palace at
Warsaw.
London, July 17.—The trades com
mittec !b making arrangements to have a
procession of 20,000 persons at the demonstration at Hyde Park next Monday to
await orders respecting the passing of
tho franchise bill. A majority of the
workshops hi London will be closed on
that day. The enthusiasm over the
movement for the abolition of the house
of lords is at high pressure, consequently
Churchill is supporting a plan for compromise on the franchise bill. The ultra
national conservative union is moving to
have him displaced from the chairmanship. The Marquis of Lorne and Princess of Louise visited the Canadian representatives at Wimbledon. The marquis said their visit implied that if an
emergency arose 20,000 Canadians would
Bpring to arms to aid the mother country. The lords this evening unanimously
adopted a motion asking tbe queen to
Biiminon an autumn session to consider
the franchise question in conjunction
with the question of the redistribution
of parliamentary seats.
Paris, July 17. — The Qazette de
France says Admiral Courbet has been
instructed to follow up the naval demon*
Btration with the bombardment of Shanghai. The Temps reports that a large
French squadron has beeu seen making
for Foo Chow.
Toronto, July 17.—The GtWi cable
says: Judicial committee of the privy
council have decided that tho boundary
iwanf is not legally binding and ara proceeding with the boundaries of Ontario.
London, July 17.—A despatch to
Router's Telegraph Co., dated Tientoise,
July 17th, says China has rejected the
French ultimatum,
' Shanghai, July 17.-—The situation at
Pekin is critical owing to stormy disputes between L> Hung Chang and Tso
Yung Chung regarding what should be
done in France's attitude. Admiral Corbet with the French fleet is threatening
FooChoo.
Paris, July 17.-Unofficial advices
from Marseilles state the situation is
becoming more grave. The heat is unbearable and no wind stirring; epidemic
spreading and mortality dally increasing.
London, Jnly 17.—Nerspaperi hear*
tily rejoice over the rescue of the Greely
expeditions.
London, July 17. —The health officers
here are organizing a service in case
cholera makes its appearance. Hospitals
for cholera patients are formed at Cheas-
so, Switzerland, and Luinta, Italy.
Toplon, July 17—14 deaths last night.
The mayor is improving and the deputy
mayor is HI. The panic continues and
the exodus la increasing.
Marhbillh, July 17.—23 deaths hut
night. Cholera appeared at Ailes, 34
miles from here; 3 deaths there.
Ottawa, July 17.—The minister of
agriculture has issued instructions to
rrantine stations of the Dominion;
to custom collectors, who are
ex officio quarantine officers, calling attention to the necessity for extra vigilance and careful inspection of all vessels
from Marseilles and Toulon.
San Feakcisoo, July 18.—At a meeting, of the board of health Nazatlan and
Guaymos were declared infected ports on
account of tiie prevalence of yellow fever there, and vessels from those cities
without sickness on board are to be
Juarantined until they have been eight
ays absent from their last place of departure.
Paris, Jiily 18.--It is officially an*
nounced that China will give France the
fint measure of satisfaction. The Chinese Imperial Gazette of the 16th published a decrra k accordance with the
terms of tiie convention of May Uth.
In this decree the emperor orders Chineso troops to evacuate Laoki, Langoon,
and Cuobaug and withdraw to this side
of the passes leading to Yunnan Kwang-
ton and Kwang Si, the evacuation to be
completed within a month.
Nrw York, July 18.—Police sanitary
inspectors ore investigating 5 cases of
reported cholera in a tenement in Spring
streot.
London, Jnly 18.—-The steamer Saint
Dunston, from Marseilles, arrived in the
Mersey to-day; there were two deaths
from cholera daring the voyage. The
steamer was ordered to be placed on an
isolated position, and all communication
with shore forbidden.
J. H. Earl, West Shefford, P. Q.,
writes: "I have been troubled with
liver complaint for several years, and
have tried different medicines with little
or no benefit, until I tried Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil, which gave me immediate
relief, and I would say that I have used
it since with tbe best effect No one
should be wirhout it. I have tried it on
my horse in case of cuts, wounds, kc.,
and I think it equally as good for horse
as for man."
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A New York photographer is quoted
as saying: "After twenty-five years'
experience under the skylight, and
after photographing over a hundred
and forty-seven thousand peoplo, I
have* become convinced that in nineteen cases out of twenty the loft side
of tho face gives the most characteristic likeness, while to the same degree
the right side isthe most symmetrical."
 f»
The average duration of human life
has not grown leu during the last fifty
years, and the longest lives are ascribed to scientific men, aud especially
to astronomers. Tht mean length of
life of 1,741 astronomers was sixty-
four yean and three months.
     .»    	
In China, which has always tried to
have nothing to do with foreigners,
wages are ten cents a day.
Holloway's Com Cure destroys all
kinds of corns and warts, root and
branch.
 *»	
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and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
All sec Invited, Je7*tc.
THBW.-At New Wesl minuter, on Thursday. July 17th, the wife of Dr. C. New
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ROBSON.-In this city, on the 18th Inst.,
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D1KII
ARMSTDOKO.—At his residence, Merivale street, on the 15th lost., William
Armstrong, a native of Ireland, aged
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John McColl, of New Westminster,
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daughter of the late John V. Barlow,
Esquire, of Toronto.
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Trenant, on tho 18th Inst,, by Rev.
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Foreman of Phoenix Cannery, to Mary
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Mlss Blanclmrd, Messrs J B Atkinson.
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JOB HENLEY'S LEDGER.
A week had passed by since the
eventful morning, on whioh the old
iti keeper had placed his daughter's
hand in that of her lover, and to Job
Henley it had beeu a week of sickening forebodings, superinduced by a
weok of fearful retrospect. Job's account books contained many an unsettled account against those who had
been his customers, but the dreadful
record of tho downward progress of
most of them waB a fearful account
.against himself, and far outweighed
any more money account. On this
day Job had found the particular ledger that contained some record of deacon Morton. Turning over page aftor
page, and sighing heavily, as ho would
aee written in lus own hand at the
bottom of an account some such remark as: "Did bad," "died in the
poor house," "had his goods sold for
rent," "would drink too much," "was
run ovor one night and killed, while
crossing the stroot when drunk,"
'■bulled by the overseers of the pour,"
•Sea., &c. "At," said Job at last,
"here's what I have been looking for
this week past. I cut it out of Poul*
son's newapaper juat after I tirst
opened the 'Brown Bear/ and pasted
It in this lodger under Oeo, Look-
heart's score. Oeo. Lockheart," said
Job in his musing way, "married deacon Morton's daughter, Hatty, and
though the deacon was a very plain
man, and never was known to wear
any jewelry, he went to a good deal of
expense to have his daughter Hatty's
miniature painted and put iu a costly
gold cose, and ho used to say that the
case contained all he could give her
husband when she married. Everyone who heard of it thought it was so
strange, as Hatty was his only child,
and he a widower. All the newspapers had something in about it." Job
now slowly read the paragraph he referred to as having been out from
PouUou's Advertiser. It. was as follows: "Old deacon John Morton,
whose funeral we noticed a fow weeks
ago, was a man of very eccentric habits, and though generally supposed to
be quite able to live without work,
kept open his little cobbler's shop on
Market, above Sixth atreet, till within
a few days of his death, sleeping and
eating in the little room back of his
shop, ind refusing attendance, except
during the daily visits of his married
daughter, until three days before he
died. It waa generally supposed that
he waa possessed of considerable property, and had made a will, but his
friends aro unable to discover oue, or
in tact any evidence of his having ever
acquired property. It has been hinted
by some who pretend to know something of the old.man's affairs that the
dissolute course of a son-in-law determined the old gentleman to put his
{•roperty out of his hands, rather than
et it go to this man, and eventually
into the pocket of it certain iun-keop-
er, at whose place tho besotted fellow
spends most of his time and nearly all
of his earnings." Job paused in his
readings, tor the letters had become
indistinct: something ailed him; was it
anger, or was it repentance brought
by self-ponviotiont The bell rang for
tea, but Job heard it not, A terrible
accuser stoud before him: conscience,
tierce and unrelenting, told him that
indirectly at least he had rubbed wives
of their husbands, children of their
fathers, and sisters of their brothers;
nnd now'in tho words of the Persian
hh\o, the curses ho had scattered liko
(thickens hud come homo to roost.
Wal.er Lockheart was the grandson of
a man who had come to the "Brown
Bear" a sober, industrious mechanic,
a kind husband and . dulgent father,
but had died a poor besotted, ti rum
made lunatic, and Job shuddered to
think of it.
It had been hinted too by the proprietor of the White Bear Inn, an
opposition tavern, that if the old deacon's p:tpers were ever found that Job's
title to the "Brown Bear" property
would be found a vory defective one.
The proprietor of the "White Bear
Inn" who had thrown out theae hints
was now in hi* grave, but Job Henley had often thought of them, and
now he thought very seriously of
them, and reddened with anger to
think that any possibility Bhould exist
to rob Ruthey of hur inheritance.
And theu again he thought of tho new
relation Ruthey held. "No," said
Job, "if he should get the property
to-morrow, it will bB for Ruthey all
the aame, but I shall always be
ashamed tu look that young man in
the face—but—-and here Job grasped
at what seemed to him a crumb of
comfort—the property, through his,
Job's, caw, had greatly increased in
value, and would all go to thu rightful claimants.
The bell rang again, and the cheery
voice of Ruth calling him to tea put
an end for the time to his self-nccus-
ings,-and he came into the tea room
with a greater desire to du good, and
loss appetite for his supper, than he
had experienced for many years.
Nuw it had always been a custom
with Ruth oeforo pouring out the toa
or coffee, to inwardly think a short
thanksgiving for what was before her,
This time, before Ruth had time to
compose herself, her father Baid
"Ruthey, if you are not in a hurry,
vou may send around to George's
house and ask him lo ton with us. We
three are all of the Henloys, of our
owu family, and we havo few or nono
out of tho family that care for ub. I
am nearing the end of lifo, and a fow
years at most will take ine to my last
home, and I wish to say a few words
to you and George whilo the subject
is in my mind. Send the ostler round
for George, and while he is going I
will go out and shut up the bur, pay
the bar tender his wages, and close the
'Brown Bear Inn' forever."
Ruth, not knowing what to think of
her father's unusual, not to call it
Strange, manner, and feeling alarmed
lest something serious was' approach-
ing, hurried tho man off fur her
brother, and, almost bewildered by the
rapidity ot the changes that were
taking place In her father's views, she
left the table aud went with him to
the bar-room. Job Henley was a
changed man, and the work of reform
had commenced in earnest. The bar
wat closed and the shutters put up,
and a plainly written notice on tho
front door told that tho business of
the "Brown Bear Inn" was diicon
tinned.
By thia time George had arrived,
and the throe, leaving a wondering,
gaping crowd before the house, went
in to tea. Rulh ottered an earnest
prayer of thanksgiving for what had
been done, and the supper was eaten
in silence but with thankfulness.   A
IU    ■slOIIVB    vm.    "•—  7 -
new light had ahone beneath the roof
tree of the "Brown Bear," and its
radiance had penetrated the hearts of
all ita inmates.
At the oonclaiioo of the meg Job.
addressing hie children, Mid, "I have
wished to have you here this evening
to tell you what you may think strange,
and to ask your advice in a matter
that concerns us all. I havo closed
the inn forever; for whatever I may
have thought of the morality of the
business before, I now believe it
wrong, and, in tho light of the preseut day. criminal in every respect.
Had I thought so at any previous time
I would havo quit as I have now, for
though I knew it resulted in almost
evory evil, I continued it on what I
then mistakenly considered a good
plea—namely, that if I did not sell
rum to those who came for it, others
would. But convinced of the wrong
of it, I havo resolved to make all the
reparation I can. Ruthey iB going to
marry a man whose grandfather was
brought to beggary in my house, and
diod a dri ..ken pauper in the poor-
house. The 'Brown Bear1 real estate
belongs more to that man's grandson,
Walter Lockheart, than lo me or mine.
The property had boen purchased by
his great-grandfather, old deacon John
Morton, who died without having tho
deeds recorded, and I bought it cheaply from the former dishonest owner,
on condition of my taking the risks of
a defective title. He was my landlord then, and that is the way I camo
to buy it. The title deeds and all
other ' papers in relation to this and
several othor lots of property left by
the deacon, are still hidden away
safely, and the secret of their whereabouts is now in possession of Walter
Lockheart, though he'does not know
it. Now, the question I want answered is, shall I let him know it, and
give him his rightful claim at once, or
shall I leave Ruthey an oxtra share to
cover his rights also? One or the
other I am deter mi nod to do; which
shall it be?
Ruthey answered first and promptly, "Give Walter Lockhoart his rights
first, father, fur juBtice'u sake, and
then givo all elso to brother George.
Walter, I am confident, would not accept a penny of it. And now, George,
what say you?" "I say," replied
George, "Give all to Walter Lockheart
that is his, and after you have used
what you think right for tho restitution you speak of, if thero is anything
left, share it aa you please, or devote
it to some good and charitable purpose.
I am doing pretty well at my business,
with a prospect of increasing it, [ The
moat that Ruth and myself wish now,
is to see you happy nnd free from
care." "Well, then," snid the old man,
"let ub hurry up the matter, so as to
have it off my mind. Send for Walter
at once, and we Bhall all feel the better
for the evening's work." Lockheart
was sent fur, and the whole matter
laid before him, the old man telling
him that the back of tho locket of his
grandmother contained a small paper,
disclosing the whereabouts of all his
great-grandfather's hidden title-deeds,
bonds, mortgages, &c, and a conveyance subject to a mortgage on the
"Brown Bear" real estate.
"I know it," said Lockhoart. "I
accidently discovered it while fitting in
the miniature, and havo already had
all the papera examined, and ordered,
as soon as arrangements have been
completed, to make an effort tu recover all the property, excepting tho
"Brown Boar, my titles tu which, I
have burned, so it is now alone the
property of Job Henley; and if the
said Job Henley wishes to make his
prospective son-in-law moro happy than
he is already, ho will give it, at hia
death, to his son George Henley."
The old man was dumb with astonishment, and George, fur other means to
express his approval, took Lockheart's
hand, and gave a , prolonged whistle,
while Ituth, prowl nt ilia u-.au who hnd
won her love and respect by acts of
true nobility, rather than by words of
flattery, gave bim both her hands, and
—ahall we tell of it? yes, we will-
hold up . her lips for a kiss. Walter
clasped her in hia arms, and a good,
old-fashioned hug and a hearty kiss
waa the result. Is it needful to Bay
more? Our readers can doubtless think
out the rest of the story; but leet they
be left in doubt as to the finale of the
''Brown Bear" and its old occupants
and new owners, wu will read n chapter from Job Henley's lost ledger,
written n few years bofore he diod.
It follows the score of tho last customer charged in tho last of the
"Brown Bear" ledgers, und runs ovor
several pages, und was moro n journal
or diary than anything olse. '
The first ontry was n clearance of
all whose accounts were in that or any
other ledger. The second was a summing up of all Job's savings and disbursements to date of closing up the
"Brown Bear Inn." The lust dollar
legally due from him was marked paid.
Then came a number of gifts made to
various persons since closing up, and
also to charitable institutions, amounting to several thousand dollars. Next
followed this memorandum: "I have
now dono as Ruthey, George and Walter wishes me tu do. Evory'dollar of
my savings ovor what I could easily
have made by some other business, I
have given away. I guess it's right,
though."
At a date two years later, he writes:
"Ruthey's husband and my son
George got along first rate since they
went into partnership in the building
business, and aro making lots of
money. I wish I had stayed at my
trado when I was a young man. Walter's juits arc now all settled, and ho
has shared tho property between himself and thoso who hought it without
knowing that it had first been sold to
the deacon. That's more than honest,
but I guess it's right. ' His lawyer,
Harry Spencer, the President of the
New Washingtoniafi Society, says ho
is almost too liberal; but Walter says
lie has enough money without distressing the peoplo." In anothor place he
writes, "I think Ruthey is one of the
smartest women in tho world, she
manages everything ao well, and I
guess her husband thinks ao too."
Still further on, ho writes, "Thii is
my seventy-eighth birthday, I did nut
think I should live so long. .It ia also
the fifth birthday of littlo Job Henley
Lockheart. That child ia very knowing, he fills and hands me my pipe just
as handy as Ruthey or Walter does.
I took a walk with him yesterday up
past the old 'Brown Bear' building. It
looked odd to see the carpontots'
benches around, and the men working in it. George says they are going
to tear it down in the summer, and
put up a fine store in its place I
wish it could be left till I was (here a
tear drop, probably, had blotted out
a word that Job had written). How
happy Ruthey and Walter and George
and his wifo are! Thoy won't have
anything to regret whon they are
nearing the. eighties. Height*! It's
a dreadful thing to think you are
nearly in the grave, and all the active
days of your life have been productive
only of misery to others."
(To be Continued.)
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province,*-*--.A dv,
IMPORTERS    AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN	
Provisions,
Liquors,
Cigars, Etc,
FRONT      STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
 (je25to)	
&
 IMPORTERS	
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FROST ST.,'- NKW WSTTMINBTER
OFFER FOR SALE     •
Extra, SupeMlne and Graham
FLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Enpriiiiii
HOSTi\S!IIOMBLEI\ THE CITY.
Opposite tho Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C.      {my2o*-to.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving now fc-jods
consisting in part of
xzixersr ooods,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection id
Always on'hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
streot. my-6-tc.
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRDIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Paoifio Coast Steamship Co.
(jaato) )-,'-(li'
Brunette Saw il
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers and dealers In all
Kinds (if
Bough & Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Hhitkes, rickets,
AND TRAYS.
We Intend to keep a full stock of
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac, Ar., Ac, In fact
Everything in Woodwork
Thnt will be required to
FINISH A HOUSE
From bottom to top.
Orders for Hrroll Kimlnjr. TrlMMlng
■■il Hhnplng, will be promptly nnd care-
fully uttended to. We pny particular ut-
tentlon to the manufacture of good,dry
Salmon Boxes,
And wo believe our customers will bear
us out In saying thut we make
The Best Salmgn Soxes on the Sivar.
Wt .sincerely I hank those who Imve favored us with their patronage In tlio pant,
und beg to solicit a continunnoe of their
favors. During the past winter we havo
mado extensive additions to our Mill, and
oan now fill orders more promptly and
cheaply than ever. Wo have chartered
the stoamer "Iris" for the season, and will
thoreforo bo able to deliver Lumber
promptly. Wc have also to unnounce to
Ihecltlxensof Port Mostly that we have
opened a branch of our business at that
place, und will bo able to All orders from
there In a few days.
DkBECK imoH. A CO.
New Westminster, Mnr 28th, 1884. lie
Building Ground
•n <ol«mbln and ftomi fM*.*et», N.I
A BOUT 25 FEET ON EACH STREET,
A or through from streettostreei, ean be
leased for building purposes; next the
Holbrook Houso and Webb's gunsmith
■hop. Applyto
HENBY V.EDMONDS,
mb5-lo Land Agent.
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FORSALE!
TOWN LOTS
Fronting on tlio best portion of the harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, olose to the
Railway.
Val-aaTol© .-Land
On tlio harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes.    Special
advantages given.
By the aero, in favorable positions, closo
to tho terminus.
ALSO
Town tots and land in the City and District of New Westminster.
Inton-ding* Investors
Wilt do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGJSNT,
Columbia St., Now Westminster, It. C.
no") P. 0. Box 89.    .       to.
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. €.
O. G-.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
AgriGultiiral Implements.
Pointing   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOOK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND
JOHNSTON A SMITH,
Pj-6r*.UTO>i
ion
« WINE & 8PIRIT.'MER0HANT.»
t,
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
ratTntf-ffin
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantecs, Polka Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and   Colored" VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Biack and dark shades, White
and tinted,
X. JL. C B S,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  OOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins, White and Brown
Table Linen,Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,   Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.,
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries S Provisions!
I^Goods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City. '
C.Q. MAJOR
Cor. Colombia A Man Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(touts)
BEGS TO INFORM THK RESID.
out. of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of ohoico
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
\ :  ■'
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will .supply
IN BOND or DUTY PUT),
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. AY. GIlDy-a.  London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOLVMBIA   8*r»*07IT,
New Westminster,  B. 0.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
aid July, WW.
APPLICATIONS will be recoived at this
Oflico until thefllBt Instant, for the
gisltlon of Melter and Assoyer at the
overnmont Assay Office, Barkerville,
Cariboo. Salary, 8100 per month. Applicants will be required to furnish satisfactory proof oh to character nnd competency.
JNO. KOIiHON,
Jlyfitil Provincial Soorotary.
NOTIOE.
IaAND Registry Office.
New Westminster District,
2nd July, 1884.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
]_S the Land Registry Offlce of the District of New Westminster will be temporarily located at tho Land Registry Office,
Victoria, unttl the copying of the records,
Ac, Is completed. Application for registration and other business may In the
memithne be modoiomedirect or through
the Government Agont at Now Westminster.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Jly5to Deputy Registrar
TABLE
Showing | the dates nud pUctis nf
Courts off Assise, Nltl Print, and
Oyer and Terminer for th* year
1884. 	
SPRING ASSIZES.
(Ok Vancouver Island.)
Victoria, Monday. 7th April.
Nanaimo Wednesday, 4th June.
•,t   '   (On Mainland.)
New Westminster,-Wednesday,... 7th Mny.
Yale Monday,. 19th May.
Kamloops ..........Friday, Both May.
Clinton, .. Saturday, "tiiJuno.
FALL  ASSIZES.
[On Vancouver Island.]
Victorin .Monday,. 24th November.
Nanaimo, Wednesday, 3rd December.
[On Mainland.]-
Richfield,. Monday,... 8th September.
Clinton T«esdny,..30th September.
Kamloops .W-dn'Bdny Sth October.
Lytton, Hatunlfty,..inth October.
Yale, Ktiturdtiy,..2T»th October.
New West,.. .W-dn'sday,12th November.
20th January, 1684. fe2lc
WANTED:
A FIRST-CLASS   8A*YYER   (or  llio
"Shuswnp Mills," Knlnloops, IL'fcr-
enoo required.  Apply nt the oflico of
HOMER A RON,
Jy»lo Front St., New West,
CONTRACT
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract to white men or Indians for
outtlnn 1000 coi'iln of shingle blocks, put
upnttherateof 100 cords per month. Will
pay $2 per cord, and will furnif-h tools mul
a houso to live In. R. STEVENSON,
Jc7-8m Chilliwhack
Barnes' Palest Fool nntl Hlcum Power
»croll Saw*.
Circular Saws, Mortisers, Lathes, Ton-
oners, Formers, Etc.
OSBORNE & ALEXANDER,
Solo Agents, 628 Market St. San Fran-
cIbco. Mechanics' Tools, Hardware ami
Machinery. Catalogue of all our goods
sent froo on application. np26-3m
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
-FQK-«-
WHITE  LABOR
—OS TM—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IS
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 for month.
Rock Foremen.... «3 50 to tt 00 V day
Earth Foremen... 2 60 to   3 60    "
Bridgo Foremen.. 8 60 to   4 50    "
Bridgo Carpenters.
1st olas........ 5 60 "
Bridgo Carpenter.,
2nd class 3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 60    "
Stone Cutter..... 3 00 to '3 60    "
Blacksmiths,    l.t
clan  360 "
Blacksmith.,  2nd
clan  SOO "
Blacksmith Help.
er.  . 1 SO to   200    "
Driller............ 2 00 to 2 86 '<
laborer.    I 76 to 8 00 «
Hewer., tat class   3 60 ->.
Chopper., lat olaa. 2 0A to 2 6Q •<
Scorer., ht claa.   2 60 '■■■ „
All onkld* labor 10 hours perd.y.
All Carpenter, to (onlah their vwn
Cheat Tool.. .
All Employee, ta Snd themselvM "Bed
Board and Lodging.
Boarding House, will be convenient
along tha line. ■ Board—16 per weak,
It vill not bo compulsory for Employ
ees to board iu the Company's 'Hook..
Wage, will be paid monthly, on th.
10th of each month,
A.   ONDERDONK,
Gfctnui. Manamsr.
OmoE or ma Contractosb,
Canadian PAcrno Kaiuvav,
Yale, March 1,1883.
Tf BHOB * OO. AIM MOW PBS.
JV Pared to .upplr the very best Ale
from the Westminster Brewery. Ora>m
laft with air. OhM. MoDonouih, Tiwrt «..
ahall hare prompt attention.     ■  jt—ei
Wood Turner
ANTED.     CONSTANT   EMPLOY-
.., ment will beglven to m thorooihiv
competent mnn. Apply at tbe'
mil 12-to        DOMINION SAWMILL.
W;
NOTICE.
PAllTIES LOCATING AND PRK-
emptiiig land are hereby notified
that land within the limits of the Hast*
ingfl Saw Mill Company's lease is not*
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manager.
Mrs. M. Harrison
HAVING ENLARGED HERHOTELl
opposite the Steamboat Landing utl
Chilliwhack, is now prepared to give the|
BEST ACCOMMODATION
To the travelling public   Chilllwhnckl
is tlie most delightful Bummer Re-f
tort li British Columbia. Splendidi
drives and delightful mountain scenery.1
 my21-3m.	
TURNER, BEETON & GOJ
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET • VH'TOMAJM
—-.a—r—TTB   S-OS
North British and Mercantile]
Insnrance Vo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
3(1 Finsbury Circus,
. London, E. C J
NOTICE.
British Colnmbia Penitentiary.
lK*iTJlRED--A Trad.   Instructor
V tor B. O. Penitentiary, ns Tailor; must
- - a good cutter miu titter. Apply lo the
Warden.     By Order,
Jliajtc A. H.MoBRIDE, Warden
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Vj
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803. '
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHERS
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Mcrdmn-^H
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,^^
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlul
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins build -1
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves J
sels on navigable- rivers and canals, audi
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout!
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreigi I
Countries,
FBOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIKK|
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.j
Rates of Premium and every informal
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New We4tminstcr|
NOTICE.
VTOTICE   18    HEltEBY    GIVEN,
j_H thnt I Intend to apply to tlm Chief
CommlKNloner of I.iiimn and Works for
permission to nurcliusc IM acrrs of lund
shunted tn- New Westminster District,
described ns follows:
Commencing at tho 8. w. corner of Lot
471, North Arm of ihtrrunl Inlet, thence
West 40 chains, thence north -Ifl chains,
thence East 40 chains, tlienco Hnuth 4o
chains, to point of begUmlng.
myl7in2        JAMES VAN BKAMKK.
NOTICE.
VTOTICK IK HEREBY OIVEN. tlmt I
ll have mado application to tbo Chief
Commtsslcmcr o{ Lands and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty ucres of pastoral land situated In tho
Kamloops Division of Yule Distriot, on a
creek emptying into Stump Luke, at a
poBtuboutSrolToscast of Peter Fraser's.
running north 20 chains; thence west 80
chnins; thenoe south i!0 chains; thenco
east 80 chnins.
DONALD FRA8EB.
Kamloops, July 3rd, 1884.
JlyWmZ
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY OIVB NOTICE THAT I
J. Intend to npply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase the following described lands,
situated in the District of New Westminstor: .
Commencing ut tho NW corner of the
Government Reserve, situated on the
southern side of English Ray; thenco duo
south, along the western boundary of said
Reserve, to Its southwest corner; thence
due west UO chains, moro or less, t^tl-u-
eaitern Iwundary of Point Grey flfserve;
thonco due north, alor- --" —'—
boundary, to tho shoro
it Grey 1
of Engl
cutset
DR. SPINNEY & GO.'!
DISPENSE V,
NO. 11 KEAEN^y STB£Elfl
SAN TEA!; CISCO, CAL.
DB' WVjJiVY, wrll known m the Ainif
der of tho Jltmtr-ml, (0. If.) Mullcnl lniiil
S5&I.SK1 •**•<■ PMprlet&rof tlie SPIKNKYVIUI
INFIItV.ARY, wonld moat respectfully InAirf
hii p-Mlenta ami tlio nftjhtted Reiiorolly, that ll
■til) co&tlimea to treat chronic snd iicrvon* ill
easel with unparalleled r-.icr.--w.
LAMER AND GENTLEMEN.'
OOMBAND BB HEALED.
It matter*, not what your troithtea may lie, t
and let the Doctor cxiimliie yoiirrnnu. It w(L
coit yon nothing for i-Diinnltatlon, ao |ili-iuio cal
and aatlniy yourulvea whether tha Doctor ninlt-rr
■tntulH your i-iiii--. It ha can cure yon he will te
yon aot if not, he will tell yon thnt, for he wl
not ipidert iiko nciicc unlcil he !■ confident of ef
feeling ft euro.
Partlei at » -I'nlnnro winhlnn trentment, li
■ending 126 ond n minute -Icm-rlptloi- of thel
trouhles will recelvo In return u full comiiu i,
treatment securely -incited bo na nut tn excite eu
rloslty. .'
DR. SPINNEY will gunrnnUe to lorfelt Hv
Hundred Dollar* for every caie of any kind o
character which hu undertake* nnd fidla to cure,
•   V. 8,—For dUe-tani of ihnrt Mnnding, a full
coune of medlclnra, lulttcietit for n cure, with]
all lnntrnclloni, will ho tent tu nny addi-en-. o
receipt of $10.
Cnll or Adilreiu-
Dr. SPINNEY * VO.,    ,
928-ly     Ne.llKearney*it,,8anFaan<!liico,Cnl.]
DR. ALLEN'i
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,.
80^Kearny St.) Sun Francises, Cat
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST',
TV1' »LLKN, AB 18 WML KNOWN, IS:.
_} r.gulnr  graduated Phyalclnii, cdiicnttKV .
Bowdoln Colli'go asd 17i.1v.-r.ily of BliollI.Wk.   P
liaa dovolrd a lifetime to tltu.tndy oQ II. *vn
raont nnd enro ofdfsea.es ultliin tii. *.....-.,'
■o-unr*** :
.ly.
thenoo due north,   along
boundary, to tho shore o(._T_-
thonco ciuttcrly, along nhoro or Kftull
Bay, to tho plnco of caAmnence*iettt>'    --
t&lnlng about 800 wvei, »«e «tor   von*
n,T,Wtt»' IA'Mfi
VlQtwla,B,0<8ydAptiM.y.       nj^tc
"Wk*J'^tasl
I/4t e, 7, «
Blook X
Bit
~nd 87, Btock XXXII,IMS,
XVII, awl UU IS and tt,
4kXXVlll,altintheClty
Of New Westminster.
A   CERTIFICATE OT INDEFEAS-
-f^lble title to the above mentioned lota
►vni be iiuued to Henry Valentine Ed*
monad on the 22nd dny of Augunt, 1884,
unloRi In the meantime a valid objection
thereto be made to tho undersigned In
writing by tome portion claiming an os*
tnteorlmerestln wald lota, or some part
thereof.
CHAB. JA& LEGGATT,
Acting Registrar-General.
Land BcgUtry Offlce, 2Int May, 1881.
myjjj-jjnj	
And MIDDLE AGKDMKN, *»m*--
thecffecla of XouttW WftT „t
ulwoiiTtotaaTW'    ■,oc-0'*' deanonflency, plnu
qiteniyi o|ffl^   '■,,f ™*TM -*1"1 ^■(•ln°■•3,> fri"
^^^'dPITAL  EXPERIENCE j
hottjir been mrgcon In chargo of two len-lin-
Ju» .in) enables nio to treat nil private tronblei
y . excellent remits. I wi«I- it distinctly nnder:
.ood that 1 do not claim to perform Imtuwjltiiii'
ties, or to have mlrnculous or supernatural power
I claim only to ho a skillful nnd nicce-ulul I'tiyii
dan and Surgeon, thoroughly informed In in)
All applying to mo will recelvo my lionei
opinion of their complaint*—No experimenting.
will guarantee a poi-ltlre cure fn every easel un
dortake, or fir'elt $1,000. Coninltatlon In flfflc
or hy letter nui and strictly private. Cliurp
r-MK-nablf. Thorough examination, Inclndini
chemical and mienwcopleal analysis of urine, am
advlc*, $6.00, Office h-mrn, 9 to8 dally, 0 to I
evening.  Sunday, Oto 12 only.   Call ur address
OR.   ALLEN,
2QJ^ Kearney street, Ban Franciaco, Cal.
49* Remember, the Doctor has a Vxamxu
CoMwmm, the reeult of many yeara of spec a
practice and hard study, which, nnder hia specla
advice, haa never failed ol success In the curo <■
Lon Mannoon, PimtAVoXRHXA, etc.
EG. PRIOR,
Direct Importer and Dealer In
STEEL
—AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Sol. Agent (or
■..riacTwla. Bladfra, Barker. How
cm. Walsoa ■.alky Bake, Hawler
■rill at Brmleut tecd.r,
aUrtoMen. . I'kaikam   '">.»..
MtaHMM f.T.1.1- TtoMk.lt, Kir., Mr.
Fit-out Tr. O-altlvatora.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
MM*
TIIE GREAT ESfiUMI REMEDY
IsiiiiL-vt-r-fiiilinKl
Cum for Nerv-f
oueDeblllljr.Kx-J
haunted Vltiility]
of Hnyklnd
Wenknns, Pnr-j
nlysls, HroaU-|
lorrhueB.nnd (till
Ibe terrible ef-f
feclB ofjouthfulvfl
follies, and eictsses In maturer jcura.
OB.. MINTIK will agree to forfriMfl
FlTC nundred Dollar* for a cnao off
this kind tbe Vital Restorative (nndetj
hiB special ndvice and trenttrent)nill noi J
cure, n* for anvthlVR Impure or Injuriotisl
found in It. DK. MINTIK treats all Dla-f
eiica    auccesBfnUjr  without   mercury.i
Consultation free.   Thorough eiami-1
nation and advice, $5*00. Pilceof Vital I
BMtoratlre, $3-00 a bottle, or four-l
times (he quantity, $10-00; sent to an;
address upoh receipt of prico, or O. O. D.,
secure from observation, and in private
name  if desired, by A, B. MINTIK,
M.D.
Those wbo cannot visit DR. MINTIK
in San Francisco should send a full nnd
minute statement ol their troubles with
$2fi>00, and In return n full course of
Medicine will be .forwarded, securely
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. O. D. must
be accompanied with $1.00 (as a punr*
antee of good faith), which will be de>
ducted when tbe package, iff shipped,
SAMPLE HOTTLK FRKE.-Sent
application by letfer stating symptom",
■ex and age.   Communications strtetly 1
confidential. jnySMy
II Kearney lireet, laa rraaelsc*, Cal.

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