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Array Provincial Rm,
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——IS WmUiHED—   '       -
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
- •■  —sr—
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA SfMET. Ehtranoe to Editorial am Business Department through T. R.
pumohACos. Book & Stationery Store.
_  ..By Mull, $3 it y.ear.1 $1 60 fortJmni*,
W forSfcM.r^twalile in Advaiiet,,
by Om-rftr oi
quarter'ty to C
._        Welfv^rofJ
. tl per quarter, payable
(er'or Agent.
AGENTS)
T. N. Hibben A Co. Victoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L. P. FISHER AilviTtUtm*; Agent, 21 M.rc.ii,nt'**
Kxenanit-e, S*n f-'ranclftcti, IflnuthuriwdturMeiTe
Advf rtif-emcntfl for ttiln paper.
Iht *f ritish tJolumbtim,
•alardar Mornlna, May so, lass.
Kicking Horse v. Yellow nwitl.
A clear atjd vigorous writer in tlio
Inland Sentinel takes exception to
what Mr. Homer saitl in Parliament
upon the respective merits of these
two    passes   through    tlie   Rocky
Mountains.   The chief   ground of
objection''nrjJeuVngitinat the more
southerly pass is thiit, owii;g to the
absence of channels of communication, the trado of tin's Province would
be shut out and' the'supplies would
be drawn from Oreghn and Washington Territory during railway con-
etruction in tho "Big Bend region,"
The imortance bf this ground will be
at once admitted.   But while we
contend that it is a sacred obligation
resting upon the Dominion Government to see that this great work is
carried on in such a manner us to
cause the immense expenditures to
contribute in  the highest possible
degree to the permanent well-being
of the oohntry, it mny bo a littlo too
much  to expect that this consideration shall absolutely govern in such
matters as the selection of a pass
,  through the Rocky Mountains.  The
period of  construction   must   pass
away; btit the railway is forever I
But it has appeared to ua tlmt the
advantages of Yellow  Head have
been magnified in respect of. benefits
to accrue from construction; aiid it
is not impossible that the natural
obstacles in the way of similar advantages from Kicking Horse have
also been made the most of.    Given
the absence of any reasonable means
of communication between our food
producing areas and the Big Bend
region, it absolutely follows that onr
"trade will lie blocked off." But is it
essential that British Columbia shall
rely entirely upon nature to open ti|:
1 avenues for her trade? Oun one not
imagine conditions in which a finger
might be put forth to supplement
the works of nature in this respect 1
j To b» leas figurative, twenty miles
of road would connect the navigable
waters of Shuswnp with the Columbia river, and thus open up the "Big
Bend region" to the trade of British
[ Columbia, That piece of roud would
| run through Eagle Puss, the con-
template!   route  nf   the   railway.
Now, it. has occurred to us that it
would not be too much to expect the
" Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to  open  a waggon road   through
Eagle Pass, as .a preliminary work,
so as to establish faoile communica-
iou with our food-producing  districts.   The road could be so con-
'atructed as to be utilized in making
the  railway, and nny trifling uddi
[tional expense involved  would be
far   more   than  compensated   by
ihe advantages to the Company of
'ree access and cheap supplies—to
tay nothing of the ultimate advantages arising from a  peopled and
prosperous,  a  traffic  contributing
country.   It seems perfectly clear to
Mt that the railway company would
only be studying their own true interests lit at flint opening up this
Way by which the produce of Bt itish
Columbia   could   be   cheaply   and
ibundantly supplied to their workmen in the region referred to; for
not only is. it their interest to have
1 plentiful Btijiply, but to contribute
[awards building up prosperous and
productive communities which shall
ultimately swell the traffic of their
ailway.  Were such a road made in
,me  onr  producers  and    traders
routd havo no occasion to fear coin-
vttltion from tho other side of the
oundary line.   Instead, therefore,
(f   unprofitable disputations about
in merits of these routes, would it
it be our true wisdom to have such
'presentations made in the proper
tarter as will be most likely to He-
ire   the .timely uttention  uf the
impany to--; the subject I As has
en stilted, it is the true interest
d policy of the Company to do
ia thing.   But we may be pmuiit-
I to think that, at a time wheu so
teh   is  being  yielded   to  their
shea, it would hot be altogether
reasonable to expect them to con-
le this much for the good of the
mtry.   .'  BOH   .
British Columbian.
VOLUME 21
FEW WESTMINSTER,,
jmmaJu
RDAY, MAY 20, 1882.
NUMBER 40
F
The Kicking Horse.
On the 18th ult., tho Minister nf
Railways introduced a bill authorizing
the construction of the Canadian Pa-
cilia Railway through some other pass
than the Yellow Bead Pass, It is already known tlmt Mr, Burner, Member for this District, delivered his
maiden speech in Parliament upon
this question. The following is his
speech, as reported in Hansard t
Mb. HOMER.—I do not intend to
occupy the attention bf the House at
any length in makings a law remarks
on the question before the House. In
changing the route of the Canadian
Pacinc Railway from the Yellow Head
Pass to tho Kicking "Item Pass, 1
believe the Government"will not only
contribute to the profits of the' Railway Co., but will benefit the interests
of 'British Columbia in particular and
tho Dominion of Canada in general.
The country through which the road
will pass by, taking the southern route
ib much more valuable in mineral,
agricultural and grazing lauds than the
region of the Yellow Head Pass. It
will develop the grazing lands nnd the
agricultural lands lying to the west of
the Rocky Mountains. It will also be
easy of access to the well-known Kootenay gold mines, and will .decrease the
rate of transportation, so as to enable
the extensive deposits of rich lead ore
on the Kootenay lakes to be developed
with advantage and profit to those
who invest capital in them, and will
also add to the country a very important industry It will thence pass on
to what is known as the gold quarto,
bearing regions of the Big Bend,
which only requires cheap transportation to make.it profitable Lo-the country. It will then pans on to what, is
known as the Cherry Creek silver
region of British Columbia, which is
looked upon by all experts as the j_'reat
future silver region of British Columbia. This is one of the resources nf
British Columbia wliich requires only
cheap communication to its development. From this silver region the
line will pass on to tho fertile valley
of Spallinucheon and Shuswap, giving
an outlet to an extensive grazing and
agricultural country which surrounds
the Okanagon Lakes. It will then
nana through the well-known-Kiini-
loops district, connecting Savona's
ferry with the second lino now under
construction, and nt which point the
line to the Yellow Head Pass will terminate. The region at the Yellow
Head Puss contains but very little
mineral; but it does contain a comparatively large extent of agricultural
lauds; but as these lands'are nil accessible by water there is not so much
necessity for a railway as there is
through the southern, district.' By
adopting this southern route you not
only develop this important section of
country but you will create a large way
traffic which will support tho road as
soon as it is completed. It will thus
prevent the south-eastern portion of
British Columbia from passing into
the hands of our neighbors to tho
south of us. At the same time it will
secure a portion of the trade south of
the line, whieh could not possibly be
secured if the.road came by the way
of Yellow Head Pass, and the House
will seo from these facts the advantage
to be derived from the Government
adopting the southern pass.
In placing the subject before the
House the Minister of Railways read
the following telegram received that
morning by Mr. Drink water (tho company's secretary) from Mr. VanHorn
(the company's manager):
"Major Rogors reports that thero is
no question about, feasibility of -rood
line with easy gradeB through Kicking
florae Pass although work wilt be very
expensive. The crossing of the Selkirk Range is the only thing in doubt,
but explorations have progressed sufficiently to justify belief that they can
be crossed by uso of some long tunnels. The worst that can happen iu
.case of failure to cross Selkirk is, that
the line may be forced round the great
bend of the Columbia, which would
considerably increase distance; but to
save this distance work will be undertaken that would ordinarily bo considered impracticable on account of
expense, W. 0. VanHorn,"
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer,   .
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files' of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc, neatly and cheaply Bound, '
Government Street, Victoria, B. G.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
MAI.IIH   IV
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B, I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for the accommodation of the
Pulillc, anil tho proprietor will endeavor
to deservo a fair, share-of patronage.
The very heat of Winks, Liquors and
&QARS will always he kept.
C.   MORTON.
July t, 1881. anfj
:e». pry,
Contractor and Builder.
PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS CAKE*
FULLY ti.un: OUT.
ALSO AGENT  FOU THE
This is the BEST and CHKAPIUST
Roofing now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
S3T- Shop corner of Mackenzie k Clark*
son Streets, New Westminster.     opI2
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
{Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capllql, • .£2,oao,pon sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Roto* of
Premium by
JOHN 0. BROWN,
Agent for Now Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
Popular Market
COLUMBIA  STRKKT  WEST.
W. J. FRENCH,
PROPRIETOR.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, tho largest and ehoicost assortment of
MEATS AND VEQETIBLES.
VEAL, TURKEYS, kc,
' IAMB,
season.
Families, Restaurants, and .Stcamhoats
supplied at the lowest praps and witli
the utmost care.
Now Westminster, 11. O.
delO
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
1-HE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
SELLING OFF I ;;
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THE KS'TIItE STOnC OF
Furniture,   Pictures.   Mouldings,
Hull Taper, anil Undertakers*
(Ioods,
In the Store lately occupied by .David
Withrow.
Orders for Oooils which are not on
hand will be filled from Victoria on short
notico.
For further particulars, apply on tho
premises, Columbia Street, Now Westminster, or to
J,   SEHL,
Victoria, B. C.
President Lincoln's remains are re
ported to be in a completely petrified
form, even the features being preserved. '
 tfM      —■   —
The coat of printing the United
States census reports is estimated at
the enormous sum of §27,000,000.
Mothers who are startled at the hour
of midnight   by that ominous hoarse
cough of-y6ur little ■ ones, what would
means of relief from that il read destroy*
yon not give for a prompt and certain
of your children, Croup ? Such a means
you may have for the trifling cost of 25
cents, It is Hagyard's Yellow Oil, the
great Household remedy for all inflammatory and painful diseases, Do not
rest over night again without tt.
"Their name is lpgion" — the people
who   praise   that  matchless medicine,
Burdock Blood Bitters. It acts at
once upon the Secretions, the Dowels,
the Liver, the Skin, and the Kidneys.
It purifies tlie Blood, dispels all foul hu*
mors, and strengthens the nervous and
debilitated system, No known remedy
can do more. Try it and be convinced.
With the approach of Spring, Biliary
Complaints prevail that often lead to
serious results. Guard against thoir
attack in time by using Burdock; Blood
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C,
HAW   I'lM.Vi;,   KKY   FITTIMi,    MHK.
SMITH, CITTlKltV  I.1UII Ml.
m issons mu ini'i:\,:n,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Snlo.
Umbrella. Hrmlril, and General Repair*
Ilia ileal!,' dune.
Ammunition of all kinds, A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifles, Shot
Gusa, Revolveus, and Fisiuno Tackle
for* sale. j^y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
PIANOS, ORGANS,
MUSICAL iIsTEUIEUTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIE1T,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortmcnt; from §2.") to $60,
—AT—
I.AC. Y\I>L & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
U0VEKXJIEXT STREET,  VICTORIA.
J. BAQNALL,
Pianoforte 40koas Tiixer k Repairer
HIE •IMDESD.ILE STULKW
"GLENGARRY."
IllIRST PRIZR AT OREGON STATE
; and District Fairs, Dam nml Sire
imported from Scotland; color, bright
dappled hay; height, 17 hands; weight,
1800 Ihs. Will make the season nt owner's farm near Victoria.
Tunaisi
Season—$30, due when Maro sent.
, Ixsbrasce—$40, due when Mare in
foal, j
Mares served at risk of owners.
Marks mom Mainland met at Steamer at Victoria anil returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
ROYAL  CITY
Mi IIS CO.,
HAVE ON HAND AND AEE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
IV.OULD.NCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning. Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
Ami all kinils of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to onlor tfitll the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
MAN* ACER.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
CULUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C.
in §alt n 'Ho grot.
FOR RENT:
mHE EAGLE HOTEL, FRONT-ST.,
J.    New Westminster;   opposite   the
Wharf; with a License.
Apply to
mli22
HENRY V, EDMONDS,
.Land Agent,
HAY FOR SALE.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now*
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located and well appointed In every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it will he found in every
respect the hunt, as It is the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
"YOUNG HAMBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Mare, to a few Mares
lit •*?■-*'."■ the season.
apl2
. D. PEMBERTON,
Victoria, Box 24.".
Bitters, the best Liver Invigorator, Kid-
)M.ilator of t
ami Secretions, and the jjiircut, most per-
ney Corrector, Rokalato*
niinimit Tonic in th'.* wend.
all dealer*..
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
lor Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion, .
One Ordinary Burner gives n (Brilliant) Light pqunl (o Ten Candle
Mgtiti!
Its odor is not offensive,   Tlio Beacon
Light Oil is   .
FREE  FROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In point bf 'Economy, tho;Beacon' Light
Oil is
1ESS BXPEXBlVE mi* OTIII.lt OILS,
The Consumer Iturning* one light—for
Four Hours—will not cotistuno over Ono
Gill, bv ono tliirty-Becond part of a Gallon, which docs not tax the Consumer
more than Two Centa for a whole night.
.    OPPBXHEIMKR BROS., ■.
Hole Agenti, Victoria* B.C.
"PRINCE   IMPERIAL"
WILL STAND FOR THK SEA-
sou of 1882, commencing about
Ifith inst. Season from arrival to con-
tinuo till 1st July, tmvi.'llinc from Ladner's Landing to Chilliwhiick.
"PRINCE IMPERIAL" is a dappled
Grey, fi years old, standi- 10 hands high,
-wight about 1450 lbs., short* legged,
closely built (sired bv Myers' "White
Prince"), with splendid action) good feet,
anil docilo temper.) good worker, ami
sure foal-getter. Testimonials will accompany him'.
Ternwfor Season S10
Insurance \  IA
Cash payable at end of season.   Cash
for insurance wnon maro is known to he
in foal, or has been parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, but all
care taken.
For furthor particulars apply to
li. A. PURVER.
Ladner's Landing, April 4, 1882.       apfi
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
STOVES,
B.ANGES,   toO., toO..
House Furnishing So ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET: RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIOLMCUOK'H STO\K 111 II 1»\(..
Xew WrMmlnKter.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
IJOQTS  AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   description inaclo to order, aiul ro*
paired, from an
INFAN T'S  SHOE
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
management both as regards cuisine
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
Blnlilg Rooms, with special attendance.
Tlie
BAR   BOON
la stocked with tlio choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
Thu
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and. well appointed, and
provided with Strahle's Patest
CUSHION" TABLES, the best in
use.
KST Good attendance and moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
Proprietor k Maxackr.
THE  HUDSON   BAY.  COMPANY
has for sale, nt Langley, 50 tons oi
well-saved Timothy Hay.
Apply to      HENRY WARK,
np5 Langley,
BRICKS FOB SALE.
mHE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILK
X of excellent bricks for sale cheap*
Delivery any whero,
T. McKAY.
New Westminster,
■June 24, 18S1. jn25
Tor saleTr IeaseT
Eiverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN  WHOLE On PART,
CONTAINrNTi THREE HUNDRED
acres Dyked Land, of which 2o0acreB
could easily he put under crop for next
Benson,
WITH WHARF SO I'EKT FROST, and
AMPLE BARN AMI OTHER
BVIMIIXU   ACCOMMODATION.
Apply to
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS  OF   320
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of whicli a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about :
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also-r/j Milk Pans, Chum, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
apotc Nicola Lake-
April 4, 1882.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INLET.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OrrosiTK thk Bask.
Nefti) Unlit mul Xcirly Furnished,
lnrge nnd Commodious.
ONE CF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   tho   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SMTS    OF    ItUOVS    FAB    FAHIMr*.
S3T Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
he strictly moderate.
Oood stabling on the promises.
JOSEPH   MANNION.
Proprietor.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ, witli 2 full sets of .
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
mana, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops, This organ is now-used in the
Methodist Church, ami is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for $150
cash, aa it is intended to procure & more
powerful ono. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T.R. PEARSON A CO.,
Stationers A Music Dealers,
fo4tc New Westminster.
FOR   SALE:
THE    UNDERMENTIONED
perty.
PRO-
City of New Westminster:
LOT  4,   BLOCK
"    10,
12,
II),
32,
32,
0,
24.
0R0 RESTAURANT
fiUl'MMA  STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B
C.
ntelilyreeommpniled
fur KiU-jUNUPetM,
Ilrnil-Aeb Ton-
,.Ii-tM<in.i ilHgd-,-
i'hs. Heartburn,
_ i.   Lout of Ap-
nrtitc .inundlrf. tons 6f
'"i«rv, h.ji-1- ft, nm nib. Mvtr*t'om>
J.-.lj-^cirniiv iiim*",*' »i IwIti^ f mm thttfltoin-
ii. EI j) well* or Mitinrvt.  Thoy are safe,
■ 'i"ii,:*t:fi)i:«i:jh inllicli*action, Fromlto*
'i"!'"u'a';o"Tr.rcEc!r.™iiMn.
1 fit i; -■■—B=l ..Im
1BI 'lo^ninlno.
SSpSjJI tlail liirailt,
 -'ttpfllr. .liinni
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMF'Y.
\ Ou» Broaii St. and 10 Pai.l Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
IjlOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
' Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels i also, Ships building nnd repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vcssols, throughout
Omit Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Subscribed nnd Invested Capital,
£1,(500,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained ou application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Westminster.
ENTAr.MM.KTl 18(10.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located establishment,
having been purchased by the undersigned, will be conducted as a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the porsonal superintendence of
MRS. DAGtiETT.
ra' ■■•: ma -mmr. m =
Bonnl k Lodging per Weak.'.
Board alone per Week  5 00
SO 00
00
60
Single Meals.
.fsrTlic Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Inlet twice a day.
.    S. W.  DAGGETT.
MayO, 1S81.
F
WANTED:
HOR NICOLA VALLKY-A GOOD
understands tho driving and care of
Horses, and make himself generally useful.   Wages—$30 por month.
Apply to TRAPP BROS.,
aplii New West.
District of New Westminster:
Lot 219,  Group I., North shore Port
Moody,
Lot  102,   Group I,   South side Port
Moody,
Lot 116, Group I., near Hastings, Burrard Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I., False Creek,
Lot III), Group II., South bank Fraser
River,
Lots   147, 148,  m, Group IL, South
bank, Fraser River,
Lot (Kin, Group II., South bnnk Frasor
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhlS Land Agent.
SEfEFMuMDl
ACEES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned oli'cr
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE TRICES.
Liberal Terms of Payment Riven to
Bonn title Settlers.
These IjMkIb are of excellent quality,
nnd a lnrge portion of them is ready for
the plough.
WOODS k TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. M.
JOHNSON,
Victoria,
C. B. SWOED,
Kivcrsido.
WANTED:
AN APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL-
oring Business.
Apply to W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
Columbia St., Opposite Lytton Square.
nh&Btb NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
In the Supreme Oou«.,,.W. N. Bdle
do. do,        ...,E. A. Jeims
lhe f ritish Columbian.
Sai.nl.) HornlnK, May ». 188*.
inapplicable to Canada, might not
inaptly bo applied to the Walkem
Administration by the tax-payers of
the Mainland.
VeiMcr Creek.
The necessity (or it bridge over
this stream where the trunk road intersects it has been so frequently
pointed out in these columns that
we run some risk of tiring our reader* by reverting to it now. But
where such important interests are
involved the Colcmman cannot remain silent, In former articles the
great inconvenience, expense and
even danger in respect of through
travel and traffic, especially during
the season when navigation on the
Fraser river is closed, hue been pointed out, A fact or two may be mentioned with a view to showing that
these conditions are not confined to
through traffic nor to the close season. During the last days ef the
winter which has just made such u
reluctant exit, Mr. Vedder lost one
thousand dollars' worth of stock and
was put to three hundred dollars
extra expense in consequence of the
absence of the bridge. The reader
may be incredulous ; but we have
excellent authority for making the
statement, and we have not time to
enter into details. We merely state
the fact. Settlers in the neighborhood are constantly subjected to very
serious inconvenience nnd both life
and property are exposed to no little
danger on the same account. Quite
a number of settlers have to cross
the stream every time they go to
church or market, and to cross by
means ef canoe or raft is no easy
matter. At certain stages of the
water it is absolutely dangerous.
Some of the tattlers have to cross to
their daily work, and the unharnessing and swimming of horses and
the like involves no little inconvenience. The children of settlers
on one side are unable to attend
school from the same cause. Several
narrow escapes from drowning in attempting to cross have already been
chronicled. We have another to announce now. One day last week a
traveller on toot arrived at the house
of the settler nearest the landing on
this side and made known his desire
to cross. He was told that there
was a canoe at the landing and he
might cross himself, as the settler
was busy at the time. He attempted to do so, but was carried down
stream into a dangerous part of tho
river, and about an hour afterward
the farmer was surprised aud shocked to see him walk into the house,
presenting very much the appearance
of a drowned rat The fact was, he
had narrowly escaped drowning. It
msy be proper to explain that the
stream is a very difficult one to cross,
being a swift current, with perpendicular, in many places overhanging,
hanks, and very few places where a
landing can be effected with safety.
There is excellent authority for say-
ing that less than two hundred dollars would suffice to do the work;
and yet the Government have never
thought it worth their while to order
it to be done, notwithstanding that
the settlers have urged and urged
the matter upon the attention of the
Chief Commissioner until utterly
tried and disheartened. If another
twenty or thirty thousand dollars'
worth of cement were wanted for a
dock which even the local organ admits "can never be a cent's worth of
benefit to the tax-payers," it would
be ordered instanter by telephone.
Or if a bridge on any pleasure-drive
near Victoria were to give way, a
gang would be at work on it the
vory next day. But here is a bridge
wanted on the main trunk road of
the Province, for lack of which life
has been risked, property sacrificed,
and hundreds of people subjected to
great inconvenience and loss; and
although the comparatively trifling
sum of two hundred dollars would
amply suffice, tho Government have
persistently refused to have the work
done! About a month ago the nc
credited plenipotentiary extraordinary of British Columbia at Ottawa,
amidst a storm of "Oh, ohsl" from
both sides of the House, spoke of
this as ''a province that has been
oppressed as much as ever Ireland
has been," and told his amused and
disgusted listeners that "when th*
time cornea for the people of British
Columbia to raise historical monu
ments, they will raise one to th*
perfidy of Caneda."   Such language
Editorial Notes.
There waa a sort of scramble
amongst our capitalists, a few weeks
ago, for a charter to build a branch
railway connecting thia city with Port
.Moody. What has become of the
project? Ib it to go no farther than
the passing of a bill through the Legislature? Wagon-roads are all very
well in their way; but if ever New
Westminster is to secure the trade of
Port Moody it will not be by means of
A wagtfon road, We would not wish
to bo understood as expressing the
opinion that the trade of Port Moody
will justify tho building of a railway;
but if we did, we should certainly
advocate tho construction of such railway at once, and not wait until trade
shall have found other channels. "An
ounce of prevention is better than a
pound of cure."
It will be remembered that, in re.
porting the failure, of his last mission
to Loudon, Mr. DeCosmos strenuously
urged the Walkem Government to
make yet another appeal to Downing-
street against the Dominion Government. HU silly Philippic in the
House of Commons a month ago, when
talking about "the perfidy of Canada,"
would seem to indicate the eagerness
with which he is longing for another
six thousand dollar job. He told
"those hon. gentlemen" who were
laughing at hia stupid nomense that
thoy would "find their faces on the
panel" of the "historical monument"
Columbia would raise to "the perfidy
of Canada." If ever a monument
should be raised to the folly of Columbia, surely on its panels shall be found
the names, if not the faces, of DeCosmos, Walkem & Co.
the womb of futurity. It is, however,
a substantial guarantee that this important industry is to be properly cared
for, and that it will be perpetuated
and expanded. We, of course, assume
that the hatchery will be properly
established and efficiently administered. As respeots the throwing open of
the railway reserve, there exists a difference of opinion about the utility of
that step. Incredible aa it may appear, there is one man on the Main,
land who is suffering so severely from
what he terms "internal calculus" as
to imagine that it would bo batter to
keep these lands still barred and bolted.
But thnn that man opposed Mr.
Homer'a election.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN  PROBATE.
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRY-
PIE, Deceased.
TENDERS IN WRITING FOR THE
purchoBe of all personal property
other than household furniture and one
yoke of oxen, six cows, and the farming
implements, leased to Angus C, Fraser,
will be received by the undersigned up
to 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, Tenth
June, 1882.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Administrator,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
IN TKE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRY-
PIE, Deceased.
LL   PARTIES   WHO HAVE
claims against   the said George
A;
The Colonist complains that the
Attorney-General has so arranged the
holding of the Mainland assize courts
as to suit his own personal and political purposes at the sacrifice of public
convenience and economy. It has
been customary, and it is undoubtedly
convenient, to so time the holding of
the assizes in the interior tu that
counsel can go front one to the other
and bo that one Grown prosecutor may
be able to go the rounds of tlie circuits. But in this instance it has
been so arranged as to render that impossible, the assize at Barkerville
being fixed for the 24th July, while
that at Kamloops is Bet down for the
20th. Our contemporary accuses the
Attorney-General of having so arranged
the mattor in order that lie may have
a plausible excuse for going up to
Cariboo at the public expense to attend to his own election—assuming
the election to come off about that
time. AH we have to say is that those
who know the Attorney-General will
have little difficulty in accepting the
Colonics theory. "Just like him,"
will be the verdict of the people.
Garrypie are hereby required to file their
claims properly verified in the office of
the District Registrar of the Supreme
Court at New Westminster, on or before
12 o'eloek noon on Saturday the 1st day
of July; 1882; and all persons indebted
to the said George Garrypie, deceased,
are required to pay same into the said
Registrar on or before 12 o'clock noon on
Saturday, 1st July, 1882.
19th May, 1882.
E. A. JENNS,
D. R. S. C., N. W.
W. Norma* Bole.
Solicitor for the Administrator,
my20 New Westminstor.
HOUSE
COMPLETE
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
SUCCBSORS TO
R. W. DEANE & CO.
ii I
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Reverting to the subject of incorporating the area lying between Fraser
river and Burrard Inlet, the fact ought
not to be lost light of that a very large
land tax revenue which now goes away
to Victoria would come into the municipal treasury undor incorporation.
The mill companies alone contribute
quite a bit of revenue under that head,
and there is besides that a large amount
of land held by absentees subject to
the wild land tax. If all these amounts,
together with other revenues that
would be available, wero judiciously
expended where raised, as ought to be
the case, it would make a wonderful
difference. And in view of railway
and other developments, it is of vital
importance that the territory in question should be thoroughly openod up
so that communication between the
two water-ways may be such as to afford every facility for trade and traffic.
It should be opened up, too, in order
that its fertile acres may be brought
under cultivation and made to contribute their quota towards feeding the
thousands engaged in railway-making
aud industrial pursuits. If incorporation would tend to the promotion of
these objects, by all means let there
be incorporation.
Tlie announcement was made a few
days ago that tho Dominion railway
lands were to be thrown open for settlement. To-day we make the farther
announcement that a sibnon hatchery is to bs established and the snails
which impede and endanger navigation
on the Lower Fraser removed. These
are three things which Mr. Homer
promised to advocate, and it must be
admitted that, even should he have
done nothing more, he has nlrendy
rendered good service to the District.
Even those who opposed his election
must admit that much. And the Co-
lumbian may lie oxcuaed for indulging
in a little self-felicitation over the circumstance of its having long and strenuously advocated those three measures
which Mr. Homer has been so success*
ful in obtaining. Tlie importance of
the establishment of a salmon hatchery
it would be difficult to over-estimate,
although the practical results lie, and
must necessarily for some time lie, in
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Channel through the Sand
Heads of Fraser River has shoaled in
places, having 10 feet at low water ordinary spring tides, near Nos. 1, 2, 3, 7,
12, 13, and 14 buoys. This sounding
should not be understood to mean the
low spring tide of the freshet season,
during which time the tide will be 2 to
2J feet lower, with a rise and fall of 12J
feet.
No vessel drawing ovor 8 feet should
enter this channel at low water during
the freshet season.
The buoys should be passed at about
i-cable distant.
F. REVELY,
Dept. Marine k Fisheries.
Victoria, B. C,
11th May, 1882.
myl73t
(AT BRUNETTE MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED THE SER-
vices of Mr. Jas. Sri Kits, and
fitted our Shop with a set of first-class
Tools, we arc in a position to turn out
the best quality of work iu this lints.
my!3 DeBECK BROS, k CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
GOODS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded Silks and
Satins, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black & Colored Cashmeres & Merinoes,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black to Colored Velveteens,
Athol Glaces,   in   all
shades,
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Poulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all the new-
est styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, & Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Buffings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in   Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shaded,
GLOVES,
W
tm
O.    Gr.
New Stock!
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
CIMIIY  DEPARTMENT     Ljde, in nil shades;
IS IINDKR THE  CHARGE  OK AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce: to the Public tliat lio
has pnrchaacd the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-olaa., anil
at reasonable rates.
The Parlora and Sleepla- Apart-
m-ata are nnrler  the superintendence
of Mas. Howibon.
Private Dining Room* for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Roam, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, 1.
provided for tho use of guest..
-V-K-D   -BjaVXC
Is supplied with the oholcest brand, of
WISH, Liqsosj, Cioata, ko.
J. Vf. HOWISON,
PiwraiiToit.
TheNew Laced Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
E HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From England and the East,
wliich we have just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 OASES;
Per steamer "G. W. ELDER,"
15 OASES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of
NINETY-NINE GASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE ft FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S ft BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys'Hats,
(IN STRAW & FBLT),
CARPETS,
MATS,
FLOOR CLOTHS-
HARDWARE,
toe,   too.
IILUKEIY ft DBCSSHAHS6
DONE ON THB PREMISES IN
THE LATEST STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & GO.
Cor. ColumMa 4 Mar*/Sts.
These Goods we are now
opening.
COME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cosh, as we
have still larger consignments
to arrive.
Our stock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
.«■»-
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Mirts. Col- .
ored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk4
Crape Cloth.  .
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Bit**; Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both.
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
: In white, and gray.
Brown  and white
Sheetings.   Towels .
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors k white.
QUILTS and Coun-
terpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs' in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suit* or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
m*mmmmmsm*wm
1861. 1882.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after,21 years, of mer- <
cantile life In this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business    ,'
is prosperous and Ahe' outlook "ir
for the future is bright.   We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year.   We have   ,
now in stock a complete assortment of
With some, heavy-shipittelitf*
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We ■ are buying
for Cash, getting large dis- ;
counts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to the front, making'
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer,
New West., Feb. 8.188S.       fct 1
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, Hned and
unlined.
In (.-ntl-menl rurnlaMn- flood-..
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Broceiies and FroTifdons
Everythingthebest
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
HORAL-If vou want ■ fiOOd article,
go to C. 0. MAJOR'S i H you want thing,
cheap, but "oultaa," why, goelaewhero-
ITEM—What ovcrydody aaya mu.t be
true; and if true, tlm tho hndeomoat
dbplay of Valuable tloodl, Slim and
Flat*, U undoubtedly to b* found at
0. Q. MAJOR'S,
New Westminster, B, 0.
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
AND
DRESS ^MAKING!
OFF. ME. I LNNINtJHAM'8,
Columbia St., New West.
mHK UNDERSIGNED TAKES
I. pleasure in announcing to the Ladies of New Westminster and surrounding country that she has received and
opened out a line assortment of tlie Newest nnd most Fashionable Goods from
San Francisco and Eastern Markets, and
sho is now prepared to execute all order*
in Millinery and Dressmaking with
promptness nud care. The latest fashion*
always on hand. Fancy Goods ol beat-
tifnl design and workmanship. No pain*
will be spared to satisfy customers. All
are cordially invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions. ap!5
MRS. D. A. MACDONALD.
H. MOREY
HAS OPENED THE STORE AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where he will Mil, cheap for
CA8H>-
firocerlco,
Tobacco,
Cigar*
Candles, Ac.
By careful attention to buibiM. h*
hope, to merit a ehara of tha Publio
patronage.
New Wert., April 20,18M.        apfS
BOOTS and SHOES
raoaf
HEATHOBFS
Boot k Shoe Mumfectory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES,
R. THOMAS,:
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umliia.t., New Weetmln.*»r.
HOLT'S EXPRESS!
PERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
light freight to move to the.teamen on the morning of wiling, or at any
time, can rely upon having it don*
promptly hy dropping their order. Into
my box at Maura. T. R. PuMox *
Co.'s Bookfton. Order, ahould ba In
before eight o'clock In tha evening, i
tnhU. KB. HOLT. Mi
mm*
mm
mmmmmmm
msmm
lhe *8riti«h tjoltimbiaii.
Ulanliv- Morula!, May », ism.
In'
P*88BMGKnS.
far ateeaer CARIBOO-fLY* from Victoria, May
!•—Mr, Hamilton, Mra Oardlner, Mra Clwueey,
Mewea Ae.tler.on, Meaara llatterale, HKhrIIhIi,
Hetlla, W Wileon, Wfcadner, Carlow, Cameron,
DHke. J 0 Hetujenon, Hoilklni.
The night, continue oold.
The aJeanW Enterprise tflll arrive
to-day with freight.
Hanlan jailed from England for
Toronto on Tuclday.
Savon thousand immigrant! arrived
ht Now York on Monday.
The air.' Reliance, Capt. Odin, returned from Yale last evening.
The beef ia tough and the mutton
la deer in thia market ju.t now,
Tha Victoria linger, aro practiaiug
"Hand, all Round'rfor the 24th.
The Iriah police are atill groping in
tht dark in March of tha aa.aa.in>.
One hundred and fifty Jaw. from
Kua-ia arrived at Montreal on Monday.
... An iraraenae European .(ream of
•migration ia tatting in toward. Amenta, r
Mr. Geo. Cowan, M. P. P. for Carl-
boo, ia- her*',;*,:*R* to 'hia mountain
noma.    ,       .     r
Rev. Di M. iChirdohl of Ottawa, haa
accepted tho ,«al| to Knox Church,
Winnipeg. ■ ,'■■- •■'■  r<   ■
Mr. Burn, it g-tting on famou.ly
With hia trading contract for the new
pOat-ofBo». • .
The Britiah .hip Bothwoll Caatle
arrived at Portland on Monday with
1,190 Ohineaa.
More hands for loading ship, nnd
Working about aawmilla ant wanted at
Burrard Inlet.        ...      \.
The weather haa bean very favorable for seeding operation, and tha
farmer, are buty.
Travelyan'a'appointment to the Chief
Becralaryjhip of Ireland meet, with
Very general approval.
It ia aaid that Dilkc's refusal to accept the Chief Secretaryship of Ireland
greatly vesed Gladstone.
The railway track ia laid through
■--  "'j'Tunnel, mi a loot
hrough on Wednesday.
About half the'village of Danville,
province of Quebec, waa destroyod hy
Pro on Monday.   Loss $150,000.
Improvements are going on apace in
and around this city. Quito a number
of houses aro in course of erection.
Thia season's butter, of the most
delicious flavor and tho richest tint, is
coming into this market freely now.
1 Every minister It now carefully
guarded and a vigorous watch is kept
over Mr. Gladstone's honse, night and
day.
We are glad to turn that the logging camps have, been tolerably well
supplied with men within the past few
''*•*"•.   ..„■:*.        '■f.-rfi,-.'■'„'>,•>	
Arrests continue to ba made, and it
Is believed that in some instances the
Phoenix Park assassins have boon secured.
' ."■ - e
i A Calcutta dispatch of the loth says
the shipments of tea to America and
■Australia this year will be two million
pounds, a ■' '  '
Having| left ot'a*' 'lir """le °«
Friday, Mr. Homer should cntno up
{From San Francisco by the steamer of
the 30th.'
A great excitement waa caused in
Washington en Tuesday, by a false
report of the assassination of Queen
Victoria.
y The stumer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, returned from Yale yesterday,
khortly after noon, and proceeded on
f o Victoria.
' Yale is preparing to celebrate tho
Iwtnty-Frjorfh in grand style. The
^mmitter hare issued a very attractive
irogrammt. .s i
. Mr. Htrmer, who brought out a
amber df "Canadian carpenters for
i(r. Onderdonk, Is back in Ontario
,.tting 600 more.
.Mining on Sawmill Flat, opposite
.ale, is going on; but we hear that
(inert complain of the high price
Barged for wateM-flO > day.
'.Capt. Insley had succeeded in get-
„ig the steamer Skuzsy up at far as
I* lfj-inile house tin Thursday and felt
Snfident of taking her through.
(Last week six.Indians were drowned
iithe Fraser at Kanaka Bar. They
Are crossing some things for tht rail-
Sy men, when the canoe upset.
■The Yale Force Pump Mining Co.'a
nwurementa art progressing , antis-
Utorily, and It is hoped actual milling
,11 be commenced .in a /a» days.
ltiHuming the steamship Victoria to
ve sailed from San Francisco on
Ndnetday, tho will be due here to-
jirrow evening or Monday morning.
(One of Onderdonk'. lambs cut John
>ers, of Hit Telegraph Hotel, very
'{ftrtly on Wednesday morning. The
talis iii jail awaiting examination
Wtluaton have been appointed to
jiraise tht value of private landa
ten for railway purposes at Port
lady. Capt. Ball it named as one
uham.
'ht Hon. Senator Molnnes and Miu
jing arrived in San Francisco on
.inetday and will probably be pas-
"gen by the steamship Victoria due
\» to-morrow^
n order to connect with the mall
liner which stils from Victoria for
I Franolsoo at noon to-day, tho
Ihoc-SiKHl will leave here at 2
lick this morning.
it steamer Wm, Irving, Capt. John
(tig, returned from Emory yoster-
,    She brought a number of pas-
era and 10B head of very One beef
e for Mr. Greaves.
it steamer Cariboo-Sam'/ arrived
from Victoria tt 7 o'clock last
Yesterday, while Mr. Daniel John,
ston, of Sumas, was engaged in weigh-
ing auine live hotfa dt Pioneer wharf,
one of them put its tusks through liis
hand, lacerating it terribly,
Mr. Parnell'a mother declares that
her son penned four amendments to
the Irish Land Act, which Gladstone
agreed to introduce bofure he (Parnell)
would accept release from jail.
The Government dtrttlr to giving
"White Fish," a powerful North West
chief) the large territory promi ed him
by Governor Morris, and he hns announced liis intention of fighting lor
Methodist Church—Ro*. E, Robson, pastor. Service at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m. Sunday School and Bible
Class at 2.30 p. tn.   Seats free; Strang
ers cordially Invited. *
—-— -> • '.
Pouot OoultT.—On Friday, a batch
of offenders against the Indian Act and
for drunkenness wore disposed of; one
offender waa lined (25 or 2 months'
hard labor; one got a month without
Option of a fine, and a number were
fined the uaual penalty., j
->'••'
Comity Court.— Chief Justice Begbie held court here on Wednesday.
For once there waa very little buai
Heal—a couple of cases possessing no
public interest. At the conclusion of
the County Court, some Supreme
Court business waa transacted.
The Last Sad Rirs.-The funeral
of the lato'Lord Cavendlah took place
on the 11th inst. and was attended by
tho member, of the Government, 300
members of Parliament and .10,000
people. Tht deepest feeling was exhibited by that immense concourse of
people. Lord Spencer decided to remain in Ireland instead of attending
the funeral.
 »	
A Good In«A. — Mr. B. H. Wilson,
merchant of Granville, has purchased
a large scow with a good house on it,
It is to be Moored in Port Moody to
be used as a store for the sale of general merchandise- a branch, in fact, of
Mr, Wilson's Granville business. Tho
store will thus be secure against (ire,
and can be moved at will. Tills is
taking advantage of the tide, isn't it ?
Akothxr Acciobst.—Mr. McKay,
contractor for the Light House at the
Sand-lieadt, Iind the barge Royal City
moored at the site, loaded with afamt.
On Thursday* a blow came on, raising
suVieieiit sea to cause the barge to
lurch over and turn bottomI up, spilling the cargo of stones. Tlie contractor has had a succession of mishaps
in connection tilth this Lighthouse
Work.
 *	
POulwoo.—In the course of his
"voiled treason" speech in tht Dominion Houso of Commons, Mr. DeCosmos announced himself to be a "tadpole" or polliwog. Whereupon tho
CWoiiij' facetiously observes that it
might bo dosirabletliat British Ooliirit-
bia, ahould be repruMnlnd ii.+he Federal capital by "an entire bull-frog."
We are afraid there are too many
Fronchinon about Ottawa to make the
experiment safe.
 . «■	
Port Moody Roau.—Oh Thursday
Mr. Hughes, Government Agent, and
Mr. Holmes went over the road witli a
low to ascertaining how the very inadequate Government appropriation
can bo best applied. Noxt week a
strong working force will be put on,
under the management of Mr. Holmes,
Persons in want of work should take
an early opportunity of seeing either
the Government Agent or Mr. Holmes.
Chinamen need not apply.
; .»	
Tire Skuzzv.— This little steamer
was taken hold of by Capt. Insley and
her machinery tested Tuesday. Yesterday the started for Boston Bar, and
last evening had made a few miles,
having crossed the first riffle. To-day
ah effort will bt made to get through
Hell Gate. Fortunately the cold spoil
up country haa caused the river to
lower considerably. Had the boat
beon ready early in April it is believed
there would not have been as tnuoh
difficulty nt is met at the present stage
of the water.— Sentinel.
More Good News.
(Iu Thursday the following, telegram
was received in thia city from Mr.
Homer, under date Ottawa, 17th:
"A salmon hatchery is to bo built.
Tlie snaga iu the Lower Fraser are to
be removed. Parliament prorogued
today. I leave here for home to.
morrow. J, A. R. Hombh."
,j ing, having made the voyage in
ours, being at the rate of a little
ban 5J miTet an hour
Dominion Hallway Lands.
Frequent enquiry It being made
about these landa—who it administering them and tht mod ns operandi by
which desiring settlers shall get on
them. These lands are not yet being
administered by Anybody, Mr. Homer
hat succeeded in inducing the Government to place them in the market. It
it to be hoped no time will be lost in
doing that. We presume that upon
plaoing theso lands in tho market, tho
Government wilt appoint some one to
administer them, and most likely regulations and conditions will then be
made public in tho usual way. Meanwhile we do not see how these lands
can be got at by those desirous of settling thereon, We certainly cannot
advise anyone to have recourse to
"squatting," because the Government
cannot be expected to respect so-called
squatter'a rights upon surveyed lands.
In view of the anxiety of so many people tn enter nptm the lands referred
to, it it certainly tho duty of the Government to make all possible haste in
having them properly administered.
But we have no doubt the importance
of this will have been dulv impressed
upon tho htad of the Department at
Ottawa,
tt- It you want a first-class Piano or
Organ, go to T. R. Pearson * Co.'s. The
best Pianos for tht money in tho Fro
vine—Adiv
Supreme Court.
(Before Cliief Justice Sir M. B. Begbie.)
Re Garrypie, deceased.—On application of Mr. Bole counsel for parties
interested, several -orders Wero made,
among others, that Mr. Jenus be appointed administrator and receiver,
and 'that Mr. James Cunningham be
appointed guardian of the persons and
fortunes of the minors as also with regard to. the mqde in which the income
from tbe property should be disposed
of. Mr. Bole appeared for the renouncing executors and1 the widow and
minors.
 «. «-——
The Queen's Birthday.
The programme for the excursion to
Nanaimo on Wednesday will be vory
complete. Our splendid Militia Band
will accompany tho party. Capt. Lewis
will provide a piano on board, so that
there will be every facility for music
and dancing on the spacious steamer.
A cold lunch will lit provided on
board; In order to avoid delay on
Wednesday morning, participants from
Sotlth Arm are invited to come on
board at Ladner's Landing nn Tuesday
evening and they will be accommodated
for the night free of all extra charge.
The Burrard Inlet participants will lie
taken out on small steamers und
placed on board the Princess Louise
in the outer roadstead, ao ns to economise time. The Importance of all intending excursionists both here and
elsewhere being on sharp time ou
Wednesday morning will he sufficiently
obvious. It must be equally clear
that the excursion bids fair to bo s
very enjoyable occasion, lot the weather be what it may. A large, safe,
well-appointed steamer, with an efficient and obliging commander, plenty
of goad music nnd lots of room to
danco; and if thero iii not plenty to
eat and drink it will He the fault of
the excursionists themselves. , It ia
quite unnecessary to say that nt Nanaimo every effort will be made to
contribute to the niuilsehieiit and enjoyment of the excursionists. Come
along, then, and let us have "a good
time."
 .. —
The New School House.
Tlie gentlemen composing tho Board
of Trustees for the public schools in
this city arranged, or thought they
arranged, with tlie Works department
as to tlio dimensions of the new building so long promised nnd supposed
now to be uu the eve ef erection. It
was to have been a subatHittiat two-
storey building, thu ground Hat affording two good large school-rooms, much
larger than those now in iiise, with
convenient class-rooms; the upper flat
to remain unfinished till required—the
whole forming the main building of
the group uf educational buildings of
the future, Tlio department had the
very beat assurance that the cost of
such a building would Jie w«ll within
the appropriation underatuird to be
available. But when the plans and
specifications reached tho Trustees the
other | day, their astonishment was
great to find; that the dimensions had
< eon so cut down as to make tlie
school-rooms considerably smaller than
the old ones, nnd leaving no acope for
cluus-rijiinis. Iu other words, according tn the plans, the new school-house
would actually atlofd less accommodation than thu old! Under these circumstances, the Trustees fett it to he
their duty to protest against this departure from the original understand
i'ng and disregard of the requirements
and necessities uf the community.
What wiil come of it remains to be
seen; but it is perfectly extraordinary
how niggardly the Government become
when dealing with New Westminster.
 ntf.      ..-        ■«-—
steamboat Enterprise.
The company commonly known as
the "Pioneer Line'* is about to take
the form of a joint stock company,
and tho stock will be on the market
very soon. The immediate object of
the change is to place tho concern upon
such a broad and strong basis as will
enable the expanding trade and wanU
of the Mainland to be fully met. It
cannot bo denied that the Pioneer
Line has kept well up with the march
of progressive development, and that
it poBieuos all those elements aud
qualities which go to make up a live
and enterprising steamboat company.
But it is thought that the growing
trade and traffic have now reached that
point at which it would be advisable
to expand and consolidate the steamboat interests nu these inland waters,
io as efficiently to grasp the present
ami be fully prepared io moot the future. There can he no doubt that the
stock will be eagerly taken up. There
is nothing experimental about it.
While other attempts of the kind have
gonu to* the wall, it hns been fully
demonstrated by the able and popular
manager that the Pioneer Line can be
made to pay handsome and regular
dividends. Of course stock will be
taken beyond the bounds of tho operations of the company. Indeed there
is roason for believing that considerable will be taken in Portland and San
Francisco. But we should be glad to
think that most of tho stock will be
taken on tho Mainland, not only be*
cttdso of its profitableness in the more
direct sense, but because it ia tit-ting
that it should be as much as possible
under the control of those most largely
interested in the less direct sense. We
have no hesitation about predicting for
the stock of the consolidated Pioneer
Line a favorable reception and a lively
demand. In a short time the public
may expect a more definite announcement in connection with this movement.
—-— ■*»   ■•'    —
Ireland.
In the House of Coinmom on the
11th Lord Harcowt introduced the
new bill for the repression of crime in
Ireland. The measure appears to be a
very stringent one, giving unlimited
power of search and arrest of suspects,
suppression of secret organizations and
unlawful gatherings, &q., &c. Tho
measure* evoked a stosm of indignation
from Parnell,.Dillon & Co. Parnell
denounced it.as worse than all that-foul
gone before, and predicted that it
would result in a hundredfold greater
failure. Hb spoke In extreme bitterness, making the impression that he
had discovered that the Uo-.-eminent
had dut-hianumvefed him, Dillon
made a fierce Attack upon tho measure,
plainly intimating that if the Government sent another roan, to Ireland to
carry out measures similar to that
under whieh Foster acted- thu tragedy
of Phoenix Park would be repeated.
The Government received assurances
of support frotn the Opposition, nnd
the bill passed its first reading by a
vote of 329 to 22—the minority being
exclusively composed of Homo Rulers.
Meanwhile Irish affairs have been
rendered still more perplexing and
tho current of popular sympathy materially affected by the publication of
a blood and thunder proclamation by
the "Irish Republican Brotherhood.-'
The document is dated Dublin, May 8
Here is the full text of the doou
ment:—
To the Irish people, and all lovers of
liberty, nnd particularly our Brothers
of thu Irish Republican Brotherhood
and kindred associations,
As thero seems a grave misunderstanding as to the aim and scope of the
late executions at Dublin, we, the executive of the Irish Republican
Brotherhood, request all aforesaid to
withhold their opinion of this matter
for the present, and refrain from expression of sympathy at public meetings which' tend to humiliate Ireland
and give aid and comfort ,to England.
As to the monster Burke, he.had preyed upon the lives and liberties of his
country men for many years, aud had
deserved death a thousand times at
our hands. As to Lord Frederick
Cavendish, lineal descendant of the
infamous Lord Brougham, whu hanged
the gallant and patriotic MacEagan,
bishop of Ross, at Carrigodohid, because he would not betray his couiitry,
his vory name stinks in the nostrils of
the Irish people, by the iniquities of
his brother, Lord Hartington, and
wholesale- evictions of his father, tlie
Duke of Devonshire, thereby driving
thousands of rightful owners of the
soil to tlie poorhouso, exile and death.
This organization has tolerated the
vagaries of Parnell and his safe treason
mongers until he has tilled the has tiles
of our country with victims by liis useless parliamentary agitation, w'hich Has
left 20,000 persons homeless last year
and drove millions of our people to
exile. This ceases to bo harmless
when a truce is made by which he
himself and his friends are allowed to
go free nud eighty of Ireland's bravest
sons are left tu languish in prison, to
bo exiled or assassinated, and these
are the men who by so-culled "outrages" opened the prison doors to Par-
null aud his friends. If England really
wished to deal fairly by Ireland why
not issue a general amnesty by which
the prison doors would bo opened and
thousands of our exiled brethorn who
noiv'pinii'in foreign lands ooilld return
in safety and honor. Instead of this,
Gladslonu sent emissaries to the venerated head of tho Catholic Church,
who by lion and false representations
have deprived thousands of our poor,
persecuted (1people of the comforts of
religion by turning our altars into political platforms. Lot ns ask the people of Ireland, are there nu clasfies of
people to he considered except farmers; and uf what avail will it be to Ire-
laud if a selfish class is firmly rooted
in the soil and becomes thoroughly
loyal to England ? We ask friends in
America to ponder upon our desperate
circumstances, to think of a bravo and
honorable people driven to despair by
witnessing the bosoms of mir women
torn by the bayonets of English mercenaries and our children of tender
years shot down in the highways, while
our wails of aiiguisli are Btiflod in
blood. We are-convinced no true propriety can exist in Ireland so loug as
England holds' her custom houses and
is allowing her manufactures to pass
into Ireland duty free, thereby leariii-
our Irish mechanics unemployed am
an enormous war tribute exacted by
England taking awuy the produce of
tho land, thereby forcing the Irish
people to starve, flfow, furthermore,
wo call upon all our brethren in
Aiifflffica, particularly advanced Nationalists, to aid by every means in
their power those who hare carried
out their execution, and we hereby
further declare they deserve well of
their country. By order of the execu
tive of the I. R. B,
In replying to A deputation of the
Dublin chamber of commerce mid Bel
fast corporation, ou the 12th, Earl
Spencer read a letter written by Lady
Cavendish in which the following
touching outburst of heroic patriotism
occurred;—"I would never grndgu the
sacrifice of my darling's life, if it only
leads to putting down the frightful
spirit in Ireland.' Hu himself would
never have grudgod it if his doath
could do more thnn life." Earl Spencer saiif, "England is determined to
do justice to Ireland with a devotion
equal to, though not surpassing, that
so tragically cut short. Then from the
darkness of night there may rise a
bright day." It is becoming evident
that Parnell, Dillon and Davitt have
fallen between two stools, so to speak,
and that they could wish things ns
they were rihd themselves buck in
"British basti.es." Tho determination
of the Government to pursue a firm
and vigorous policy, on the one hand,
and tho apparent determination of tho
"Brotherhood" to accept nothing short
of separation, loaves theso would-be
leaders in a vory perplexing position;
and, now that they have again ostracized theiiHroIvcs from the Government,
nnd are dewitincud by the "advanced"
Irish party aa traitors to tho cause,
their position is not-at all to their liking. How far theso fresh complications may operate against the success
of the policy of the Government remains to be seen; but Mr. Gladstone
seems determined to firmly repress
crime with one hand while granting
sweeping roforms with tho other, nud
in this policy he would appear to have
the nation at his back,
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe and Lock Works, J. & J,
Taylor. Proprietors,
These celebrated safes' are made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all the modern improvements of
tlie best American Fire and Burglar Safca,
including the Sargent Greenltaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.'
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollurs.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
Uo*2    M. Wj WaittACo., Victoria.
A coiigh is usually tho effort of Nature
to expel some morbid matter irritating
ttic air passages of the lungs. It may,
however, proceed from an inflammed or
irritable condition of tlie throat, a slight
rash or humor often being perceptible.
Let tho cause he what it may, the rem*".
dy should be Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam.
A purely vegetable Balsa mi .* thro.it and
lung healer, For Bale by all dealers in
medicine, nt U/i cents per bottle.
The j(rcat marvel of healing—the grand
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tho Blood, Liver, Stomach, Bowels, (Skin,
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is a reliable Tonic hi all broken down
conditions of the system, Sample Bottles 10 Cents. Supplied by all dealers
in medicine.
flngyard's Pectoral Balaam is a purely
vegetable healing balsam. It ciir'es by
loosening tho phlegm and corrupt matter
from the Lungs and expelling it from tiie
system. Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, and all pectoral diseases
yield to it promptly. It costs 25 cents
per bottle.
Blue Vitriol—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent tlio smut.
Send to Lanolev k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driflicld's Black Oils, Both these
should be in every stable. mh20
FOR   SALE:
ONE  PORTABLE  STEAM   SAW-
inill, now at work near Lytton and
in good condition.
.   For particulars enquire of
JAS, MURIE,
Lytton,
Or A. B.  FERGUSON,
myI7-Ini Proprietor, Clinton.
CITY  HOTEL
new Westminster
(Next  Door td  Public   Library),
COLOMBIA Bftar.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED tiEOS IjBAVE
_l. to announce to the Public that She
lias leased the above Hotel, and is prepared to furnish to the travelling Public
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMOOAf ION,
—iT—
REASONABLE   RATES.
Private Dining Boom* tot Ladles
and Families.
MRS. BONSOtM,
S02S MANAiiEK.
NOTICE.
ON AND AFTER  THIS  DATE  I
have admitted Mn. Geqeoe Tun
sini to a partnership ih my Business.
The Business will in future be carried.
on under the name of Woods k Tukskr.
0HARLES E. WOODS.  «
New Westminster, May 1, 1882.       my*
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT.' REASONABLE RATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
niyl3-2m Bahiustek, New West,
TO CONTRACTORS!
SEALED   TENDERS
ADDRESSED TO THE UNDER-
signed, will be received un to the
'•JOtli liny for the erection of ft Church at
Chilliwhack,
iSiioctlicntioiis mny he seen nt the Store
of the undersigned, Chilliwhuck Lauding.
a. R. ASHWlSLL,
ap26      See.-Treas. Board of Trustees.
Notice to Contractors!
rhENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
i by the undersigned up to Saturday
the 20tli day of May, for tlie erection of
a twO'Storey frame Dwelling Honse at
Bayview Farm, Boundary Bay, about
six miles from Ladner's Landing. All
material provided. Plans and specifi-
cations can be seen at Messi*s, T. R.
"'carsou k Co.'s Bookstore,
JOHN McKEE,
BayviW, April 20.1882-    „ ap22
Stolen I Reward!
A PLOUGH (TWELVE-INCH
Collins & Co., number reserved)
was stolen from my premises on the
wharfin front of the Holbrook House,
In this Citv, on Thursday night the
20th April. Five bundles of shingles
Were taken at the same time.
A Reward of Jio will be paid to
whoever may (jive such information as
will lead to the recovery of the Plough
and conviction of the thief.
WM. RAE.
New West., May 9, 1883,       myto
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY
EXCURSION
THE H. B.   CO.'S  SPLEJfiliti
Steamer
"PRINCESS  LOUISE,"
CAPT.    LEWIS,
Will leave Icing's. Wharf at 7 o'clock
on the morning of the
24TH MAY, 1882
FOR NANAIMO,
And wiil leave Ndnaimo on her re'
turn about 2 o'clock it. tn. on the 25th.
The Steamer wiil call H Ladner's
Landing going and returning,
The MILITIA BRA^S SAND
Will accompany the excursion.
No Bar for the sale of intoxicating
liquor will be allowed on board.
Tickets for the rOilnd trip can be
obtained from the members of the
Committee at New Westminster, or
from Dr. Masters and Ceo. Blacitt
Granville; D. MHHjjan, Moodyville;
and W. H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing.
Tickets for Gentlemen
Tickets for Ladles    -
%i each
$1 each
Children between the ages of 3 and
15 years,  50 cents each; under
3 years, free.
All persons are requested to be on
board at a quarter to 7 a. m. sharp.
By Order of the Committee,
J. QRR,
New Westminster, Secretary.
May 9th, 1882.     \      myio
NOTICE.
T HEJIKBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE
I that iroiu ami after tins date I will
not be responsible for nny debts contracted by my wife, Isa-liella. Magee, she having left my bed and board without just
cause.
Dat-cd Slflt Feb., 1882.
HUGH MAGEE:
North Ann, frrc&tt lliver. fc22*
mHE UNDERSIGNED H~AS FOft
J. sale a few very fine seed potatot»(
of the varieties known aa "Early Bow"
and "Latellosc." Price, 2 cents per"
pound.
Apply to A. INNES,
ftptfi Langley.
DENTISTEY!
DR. F. WELSH
HAS TAKEN ROOMS OVER MR.-
James Wise's Store, on Front
Street, where lie is prepared to attend td
all who require his services
Particular attention given to the preservation of tho Natural Teeth.
Partial di* coihplete sets of Teeth nudtf
to order with promptness and cire, and
with the aid of the latest discoveries-
ami appliances. ap29
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linn 111
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COLUMBIA STREET,
STEAMER
Si4 VICTORIA
OAPT.   PLUMMER,
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or about
n>:r.»K«i>.iY. mn mav, mt.
RKTURNING-Will sail from New
Westminster for San Francisco on or
about MONDAY, Wsd MAY,
For rates of Freight nml Passage,
apply to
QOODALL, VERKINS *CO„
San Prancisoov
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
nililS New Westminster.
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HAS   ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
VAEIED STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
toe., toe.
JUST BECEIVEC-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Funoy Straw
Hats   nnd   Bonnets, Flowers,
Feathers, Luces, Plain and
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
Satini,/ Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Flusli.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES* RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
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gd$* All Goods sold at reasonable
•ntes,   Gall and ifiapcot onr stock.
The New Poems—By Oscar Wilde".
"The Innocents Abroad," ' 'Adventures of Tom Sawyer," nnd "The Prince
and the Pauper," all by Mark Twain.
'The Worst Boy in Town," by the"
author of Helen's Babied
Also,, d magnificent lot of Scrap Books)
Moody k Sankey'a Music Books.   ap29
CITY LOTS
—AND—
Xj.JL.JSTT>
FOR   SALE.
WM. RAE,
an'.'
Ooii'Msu Stekbt,
THE   FOLLOWING,   DESCRIBED
Valuable Property in tlie City and
District of New Westminster:—
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 aiid 8, block 17, corner of Mcrre-
vale and Columbia streets. There is a
good House on theso lots and a Garden
very lately laid.out And in good order,-
LOT TWO.
Lob 0, block 18( on Columbia street.
An excellent House; good tenant; and in
thorough repair.
LOT THREE.
Lots 5 arid C, block 17, 6ri Merrevale'
street. The best site in the city for &
residence; thoroughly cleared; welf
fenced; an oxcollent Orchard in full
liearing, and ar fino spring of the very
best Water.
In (he District:
LOT POUR.
On False Creek trail—known as tn'e
Hazelwood Estate—300 acres, fhe road
passes through a portion of if, ftrid at sat
outlay of one hundred dollars 100 fo 200
acres lhay.fbe brought into cultivation
this year, -.There-is a small House on
this lot. situated half way between this
city and Granville,
LOT FIVE.
On the Burrard Inlet road—joins Mr.
Nicliolson's lot; covorcd with magnificent
timber; distance from this city only three
miles; 109 acres.
LOT SIX.
See-. 9, block fl-K. R. 1 West, nearly"
oppoait-e Douglas island, on the left bank
ot tho Frasor river—160 acres.
LOT   SEVEN.
Lot 77, group 1—head of Bnrnaby lake j
very good laud; 1G0 acres.
LOT   EIGHT,
Lot 82—west of small lake, Inlet road
100 acros very superior land.
LOT NINE.
Lot 167—right bank North Arm—-third
lot from the city; 160 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 29, ,10, and 32—480 acres; J-
milo from Boundary >J»y; tine timber
and fino situation for a logging- camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section 35, Township 3*
LOT TWELVE.
Sec. % Wock 14 North, Range S
West.
Any of", the abovo property will be sold"
cheap and on-easy tonus. For particulars apply to tho ownor,
JAMES MOKRISON,
js'.'5-lin-       Columbia-st, New Wmfc' ©ur cfton*.
KITH AND KIN.
(CimtliiuiHl.)
Judith was not at first alarmed, nor
Mrs. Aveson, who was in every sense
of tho word "a friend of tho family."
In the intervals of their exertions the
woman asked;
"Miss -Judith, tell me, is it true,
what old Mr. Whaley says ? Was the
old squire's will so very unjust?"
"Vory.unjust from a moral point of
view, Mrs. Aveson. Legally, there
was no fault to bo found with it."
"It's a bad hearing. Do you reiilly
moan that ho has left all to that black-
looking young man ?"
"Yes, (ill.™-Ho is his grandson. 1
know nothing of whore he found him;
yos, I do, though. Ho must have soon
him when we ware at Irkford a week
ago to-day! But I know nothing of
what passed between them. All I
know is that this will was mado the
night ho died "
"Ay! Wo wero witnesses, mo and
John Heseltino, who happened to be
in the kitchen at tho time. Had I
known how it was going, never would
I have signed. It's u crying shame!
People have no right to act in that
way, I say; though he was my master,
nnd I liked him well enough for all his
quoer ways. And this stranger, ho's
no Aglionby in looks, except that he
has n glint of tho eon something like
old master, and ft twist in tho mouth
that's a bit akin to him that's gone.
But that long, thin body, and that
lean black face! No Aglionby was over
Hko that before. I don't know how
wo shall tak1 to him,.I'm sure. M'ap-
pen we'll have to flit.""
"Oh, I hope not, Mrs. Avoson, or
wo shall have lost all our friends, indeed! Dot sue! is Bhe not coming
round a little!"
Tho hope was deceptive. For two
long hours Mrs. Conisbrough lay without consciousness, until her daughter,
without losing her presence of mind,
began to grow almost faint with fear,
and Mrs. Aveson openly expressed her
opinion that Mrs. Conisbrough was
either dyad, or in a trance that would
end in death.
Sho wont out of the room at last, in
Boarch of some restorative which occurred to her mind, and to look up
tho road at tho back in tho hope of
catching sight of tho doctor on his
roadster at tho top of the hill, and it
was during this absence that at last a
flicker of lifo appeared in the lips and
eyes of the unconscious woman.
Hor eyes at last opened, slowly and
fully; she moved them deliberately and
blankly round, fixed thorn upon Judith without appearing to recognize
her, and said, in a toneless voice:
"Bpiimrda told me so, uncle. Sho
said thoy would tako him, and that
sooner Ihnn touch a crust of your
bread she would starve."
"Mother dear, it is I. Yon are at
Scar Foot.   Try to remember."
"And if you had only waited that
morning, instead of going off in a passion without leaving mo timo to explain, I could havo told you all about
it. But you wore solfish and tyrannical to tho hist, to tho last! Oh, dear!
It is a weary, weary world, and weariest of all for women that are poor!"
She turned hor face to tho wall, and
closed hor eyes, but Judith saw two
largo tears force their way from undor
tho lids and courso slowly down her
cheeks. AU her soul wont out in love
and pity. Her mother's wandering
remarks wero for the moment forgotten, though thoy had at lirst struck
her as strange and inexplicable. "Bernard..!" Surely that was tho name of
the woman hor undo Ralph had married. This grandson was called Bernard, too. And her uncle in a passion
with her mother? What did that moan?
But sho could think of none of theso
things now; she could only think uf
her mother, and wipe her eyes, and
kiss hor hand, nnd conjure her to look
up. To her great relief, too, she hoard
tho sound of a horse's hoofs, und directly afterward the doctor was in the
room.
The doctor's orders woro what Judith had expected. Hor mother must
bo carried up stairs and put to bod,
where she must havo tho most absolute
quiet and repose. A state of tho most
alarming weakness and prostration had
succeeded to the intense agitation and
excitement which had brought on the
attack. It was long before all was arranged, and before Dr, Lowthor could
lenvo his patient, white nnd weak and
hardly conscious where alio was, or
what was going on around hor. He
promised to call tho next day, Sunday,
enforced again and again thu necessity
for the most absolute rest, Btrictly forbade almost all conversation, and departed.
Nevor had Judith experienced suoh
n feeling as overwhelmed hor when sho
waa at lust left alone with her mothor
in the bedroom—tho well-known blue
bedroom which she had occupied many
a scoro nf times—with the lamp lighted
on the table, and the dusk nut-aide
rapidly gathering into darkness. When
tho Inst echo of tho horse's hoofs had
died away ovor tho hill, there fell upon
tho placo a silence utter and profound,
such as can only ho known in tho vory
heart of the country—far away from
men that strive, from clanging bell;
remorselessly summoning the multi
tudoB to tlieir toil, from railways that
deafon, and traffic that makes weary
tho heart of man. Sho went to the
window—the broad deepest wiudow-
and l*aning ono knee on the window
seat, she curved her hands upon the
pane into a kind of arch, and pressed
hor aching forehead upon them. Indistinctly, by tho light of a young
moon, Bhe could seo what Sir IJedivore
called "the waves wap, and tho waters
wan," of silent Sheumimcre, nnd the
shadowy forms of the great fells on
the other side, nnd ono solitary,
steadily burning light from tho village
of Busk un tho hill ncross the lako.
It was beautiful, and she loved it-
loved it dearly; but was it always to
be thuB ? Was her project nover to
bo larger than this) and even this sho
now no more felt to be her own. Tn
the house of her forefathers she hud
suddenly become n strangor, a casual
guest, and every hour that sho now
passed there was like a fresh load upon
fier heart. Surely there must be some
way of getting out of it all. Even now
her mind was busy with thoughts of
•scape, as tlie minds of prisoners and
caged birds are wont to be, and will
be, to tho world's end. Sliennamere,
and Scar Foot, and Yorosett, and her
own homo, and this existence, which
was neither lifo nor death, without
either tho fullness of the ono, or the
repose of the other—they hud long
boon bitter realities to her; would the
time ovor come when they would seem
as a dream that lias vanished ? Would
sho over bo able to look back upon
thorn from some height attained, of
usefulness, or hopefulness, or successful endeavor, and to say with a smile,
"Once upon a time I had no more than
those in my life; no prospect wider
than Shcnnamore Water and Haydale-
side Fell I" The wonder, the longing,
tho strenuous effort to force the future
to lift its veil, wore nt that moment
more passionate, more intouso, than
sho had ever known them. Hard hours
she hud passed, when hor heart had
fretted ns if it must burst with impatience to snap its bonds—bitter
hours of solf-interrogation, "Why am
I horo? What was I horn fori Who
wants mo ? What ia thero for mo to
do ?"' Such hours as thousands of young
women fight through or sink under
every day that dawns, in this glorious
kingdom uf England, under the model
laws, protected by the immaculate
social institutions of which wo are io
proud, in ths grandest and greatest of
great empires.
Somo, whom Fortune favors, coino
out of the storm into a clour haven,
hut generally battered mure or less.
Others are rescued by a man's hand;
they marry, havo children, and rear
them, and we aro wont exultantly to
point out those cases, and to say,
"See, would you alter the laws under
which flouish so beautifully all theso
talonted women who make money and
earn honorable fame; these happy
wives and mothers, loved and looked
up to by husbands and children nnd
friends r Wo are chary of enquiring
whether the talonted and successful
authoresses and artists, the happy
wives and mothers, may not have attained thoir proud position rather in
spite of than in consequence of some
of our supremely wise and benevolont
legal and social institutions, and we
must distinctly do not turn to tho
other Bide and look over the hedge
into that gray twilight country whero
tho failures dwell—tho withored-up
old maids; the disappointed stragglers
after fame or even independence; the
heaps and heaps and heaps of lives
manquees, of vitality crushed, of
promptings of intellect, or talent, or
genius repressed—tho dreadful limbo
uf tho spirits which have failed to
make good thoir claim to a placo in
tho world.
Judith Oonlsbrough, though Bhe did
not put the situation tangibly before
herself, even in her own mind, vaguely
felt herself trembling on the brink
which divides those two worlds; for it
is a narrow ledge, though we trip so
carelessly along it; trembling on the
verge of that path wliich separates the
"successful women,' "the happy wives
and niothera," from this holocaust
composed of tlie failures; of those who
had not found favor in tho Bight of the
world or of men, and who had withered, or were withering away without
having known nny joys, whether of
love and maternity, or of published
books,* pictures that sold, or establishments that succeeded. Somotimes she
viewed the matter in ft half-bantering,
half-cynical way, and was inclined to
Binilu—at the failures; but* to-night
deeper emotions wero astir—she felt
in deadly earnest: sho could soo no
smiling Bide to the matter; she told
herself that sho had boen Buffered to
grow to womanhood in tho hope that
an old man would leave her somo of
his money when ho died; that ho had
died and left her none, and that she
was worse than useless—bIio was as a
withered tree that cumbered tho
ground; that sho must make a struggle Boon, nr it would bo too lato; and
sho asked herself by what right had
those who bad doomed her to this fate
done so ?
Thus sho stood, leaning ngalnst tho
window, hor eyes straining out into
the night, her heart beating fast with
a vague excitement, her spirit stretching invisible hands toward heaven, uttering an inaudible but passionate, ter-
riblo cry, "Lord, help me!"
A footstep behind her roused her;
she turned, bewildered, ns one wakens
from a dream, and saw Mrs. Aveson.
"Miss Judith," said she softly,
"you're doing wrong to be standing
hero, tiring yourself, and you'ro in
want of food. You've tasted neither
bite nor sup sinco broakfast-time, Go
ycr ways down into t1 parlor, nnd there
you'll find something to eat, as I've
got ready for you. Now go, honey,
and I'll hide with Mistress Conisbrough
tho whilo. And don't be in any hurry
back again. I've naught to do. Go
and rest a bit. You'll want your
strongth."
"Thank you very much, Mrs. Aveson," sho said in a voico weak from
fasting aud exhaustion following upon
excitement and suspense.
Mrs. Aveson took her seat by the
bedside, and Judith slowly went down
stairs and into tho parlor—the fatal
parlor in whieh she had endured so
many hard blows. How pleasant it
looked! How coxy and homely, and
dear it was, with tho glowing, generous Yorkshire lire, aud the bright
lamp, aud tho oaken rafters and panels; the white cloth ou the table, and
the inviting little meal which Mrs.
Aveson had spread for her— coffee in
the old square Bilver cooflee-pot, and
cream in thu ancient ewer of the same
shape; the whito and the brown bread
and buttor, tho egg and tho marmalade
and the cold fowl—creature comforts,
no doubt, and infinitely buneath the
dignified notice of a romance-writer of
the highest order, but to Judith the
sight of them was overpowering. Thoy
wore so exactly what nha had always
boen usod to see- at Scar Foot; they
wero what hnd boon at hor service nil
tho years of her life whenever she came.
thoro, and now thoy every one belonged to a straugor, one with whom, she
foresaw, they woro to be at Btrifo—at
daggers-drawn —•unless her mother's
hitter resentment subsided; this stranger's broad sho was forced to oat, to
sustain bodily weakness, with a feeling
that it would almost choke her. Truly,
it Roomed as if she were destined to
eat her bread with tears, and she foresaw no ond to the grief that was in
store for thorn all.
(To l'o Cont In doit.)
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Impobtem and Dealers in—
Books & Stationery,
BAKU? C00B8,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B,  C
Tho largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, I'ootry, Biography,
■Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of thu Seaside Library just
received, including tlie latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
iu great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, otc.
Blank Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes aud qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, nnd
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Provinco. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, nnd other Papers. Somo beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A vory large variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions arc being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very largo nnd complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as aro usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Sliectacles, Eyc-Giwiea,
Playing Carcta, Visiting Cnrda,
Buatneaa Card*., Card hoard,
Card Caie*,  Vaiei, Garnet,
Inks of all klu.la,
Inkataiidi—U'aln and fancy,
Photo. Album.., Plot uvea,
Autograph   Albums,   Toy*,
Scrap Itooko, Pnnti,
Writing Deskri, Gold Pens,
LntllcV Work Banket*,
Gentlemen's Dressing Cnura,
Spllnti, Velvet Frames, ton., toe.
Pianos & Organs.
Having mado unusually favorable arrangements with' some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Balti
more, and elsewhere, we arc able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. Wc
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston, A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, are now in
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. We are
also agents for the Knabe. Pianos, the
Steinway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which wc can supply on
the most favorable tenns.   We are agents
iu this province for tho Dominion Organ
(Vs. Organs (of Bowinanville, Ont.), and
W. Bell & Co'», Organs (of Guelph,
Ont.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
on the Muinland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses, Itoth secular and
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
tho licst pianists in the cast. Sheet music
sold at New York prices.
Music Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction BookB for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Hichardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
We aro agonts for the North British
asd Mercantile Fire Insurance Co.;
Capital, $10,000,000 ; Losses paid, ito,-
000,000. Also, the Confederation Liw
Association, offering the lowest rates on
tho host Becnrity of any company doing
business in Canada.
T, R. PEARSON & CO,,
Columbia at. (between 0. O. Major'a and Jame"
CilIinlimliem'B),
Now Westminster, B. 0.
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR.
McCoU's Store, Holbrook'. Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Ueneral Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(near drill sued).
Resioenoe—Merivale Street,
Dr, Loftus I, Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Post-Offioe, Columbia Street.
Okficb Hours—-Morning, from 11 to 1;
Evening, from 'A to 8,
C. J. LEGGATT,
llarrlster-at-Lnw
NOTARY PUBLIC,   ETC.
OFFICE—Next door to Ureu's Photo.
Gallery, MoKonzie St., Now Westminster.
TlDJIIacELIHEN,
BARRISTER • AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, 40.,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE— Columbia, street, Opposite Hy
ack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
CQLU MBI A   STREET,
(Opp. Colonial Hetol)
NEW   WESTMINSTER
tV Several good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. nolo
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
W1IABF STREET, ■ VHiTOMA.
-ft-GKBllTTS   JOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co..for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Ftiifilmry Cirous,
London, E. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCES,.
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent fur the TRAVEMKRS' ITOtt-
AJil'E CO., or Hartford, Conn,
Nmv Westnlneler, B. C.
C, I, MoMEHTEI,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All kind, ol «0ll» unit sun n JEWELRY  Willie to order*
ETRUSCAN COWBim, COLD & SILVER PLATING.
Knicaaeim-nt   and   Wedding   llluga  a
Specially.
t%- Watches   nnd  Jewelry  carefully
repaired. Old Oold nnd Silver bought.
jny4tc
Ever) Man to bis Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OI'P. COI.ONU1, 1IOTKI.),
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians' Prescription* nnd Family Recipes a Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty venrs' experience,    i»r2.1
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RSNT8,   BKBT8,  Utl.,  COuuRCTRD,
Loans Negotiated, und a General
Agency Business transacted.
agents von TUB
Phenli Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, and the
Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tbe United States.
<OLI*iniA   STBEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B, C.
P. 0. Box 40.
BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
-AHD-
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in the above
Lines nnd liy
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We nre prepared to fill orders to tlio
IVado in the following GoodB:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, Bice, Syrup, Cheese,
Dried fruits, Canned floods,
Vinegar, Baiting Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BR CMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in the Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to tho nndernotcd Goods, on
which the most LIUKRAL INDUCEMENTS will lie offered to tlie
Trade, as we eve
SOLE
ia
r.oon as f.ou* it\Ki\f. iMiwnm
The Ikst and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
"Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being  the  Largest Size and Best
ToThicco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
NEW    SCHEDULE
r-0»—
"WAGES
—VOB-—
WHITE  LABOR
—OK   THB—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IK—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $123 00 per month.
Rook Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 tf day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,'    '
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class....... 2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to  3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 . "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 ■•
Blacksmith  Helpers...  1 50 to   2 00    •'
Drillers  1 73 to 2 00 ,  «
Laborers......... 1 50 to 1 75     "
Hewers, 1st class 3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class 2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpontcrs to furnish thoir own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houbcb will 1» convenient
along tho Line,   Board—$4 per week.
It will not he coinpiikory for Employees to hoard in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
General Manager.
Office ok the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1881.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR* SPINNEY, well known aa tha founder of tlio Mntitrwt!, rt!. E.) Motile*] luMi-
hili*, titirl lute l'r,i|trlclur of tin* tJI'INNKYVILLK
INFIRMARY, Would moat reapcctfully iiili-riu
his ••ntiHitK iind tho nfflletorl «»ih>i-.iU,v. Hint lio
Mill CQIitllltti'N to limit rlir.mk-nnd iii'iviuin ill-.*
utvu-e with ■nin'ir.illi'U'd hiiccchh.
LADIES AND GBNTIEMBKT.
Iti'itximlwr thru ■m-aii'-t hint Inn In tlio thief -*f
time no
COMB AND BE HEALED.
It mm ter* not wtint your trouMnn miiy Le, com*
nnd let thu Doctor examine yuiir cnxo It wilt
rout ymi iintliiiifc for consultation, no plunra mil
nnd mtirrfy yours-oWcn whether tlm Doctor under-
Matiilii your cunt), If tn can curt* you lie will tell
yon mi," If not, lio will tell you tlmt, for lie will
not iindertnku a chsc ilHlem In ia couilrUnt of <■!'.
foctiiiK neurit.
I'nrtlos nt n distance wishing treatment, liy
m-iidi-nx Iii,*. nud n minute dm-i'l'iHon nf tlieir
iionliics will itvuive In return n full cotiniu of
Iri'iitliiHit Bwuri'ly jmtketl so ni not to oiclto cu.
rlwitv.
Dlt. SI'INNKY will (Ciliirnntfe tn forfeit Xlvr,
llnudri'd [hdlm-*, for orery ciirc of any kind or
clinrncter which he nndnrtttkr-tntid Pillo to n.n>.
P. H.—For dlnitiwen of rriiort Mundlnj;, h full
cnnr«o of motllciiiei, mifodi'ii! for n cure, with
all Imtriietlonn, will Im unlit to uiiy addreBa on
rra-ii't of ilO.
Call or AddrcM
Dr. SPINNEY to CO.,
D2S-1.V      No. 11 Ki'!iiiiii'y.rtt.tSiinlr'iiiiiirI*ic,i,C'il.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOR SRRVICE
iliuing tho season of 18S2, on
the Farm of the undersigned, Chilliwhack, nnd at Langley, Ladner's Landing, nud Mnnlo Ritige.
Oreuon Prince was foaled In Oregon:
will lio 0 years old in May; ia a dappled
gray; stands 17, hands high; weighs 1075
liis. nt prcocnt, will weigh ahont 1880 lbs.
during Benson: Is very gentle, vory font
walker, good trotter, and a -powerful
horso in harness. Ho was sireit liy W.
Myer's imported Percheron ~ "White
i'rincc." Oreuos Piuncb won aecond
prize nt the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last Novemhur, nnd is tho largest homo
on the mnintaud of Itritish Columbia.
TICRM8-410, $1S, and $20. Pnrtien
from a distance sending mama will be
entitled to free pusturago for one month.
R, STEVENSON,
jnyUto Chilli whook.
BUSINESS NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
tliat'thc llunincaa heretofore carried
on under tho name of R. W. Deano k Co.
on Columbia Street, New We.tmin.ter,
will from thia date lie carried on under
tho lianio of TRAPP BROS., thoy having
purchah-od the above-named l BuBinese,
assuming all liabilities and collecting all
accounts duo tho lute (inn.
TRAPP BROS,
ALL ACCOUNTS duo the late firm
of R. W. Deano * Co. must bo paid to
the undersigned within thirty day. from
the date of this notice.
TRAPP BROS.
March 22,1882. mh25
—MI
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUlflEft.
ons patrons that he has removed
hia Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
•   (NfcXT TO THE BANK),
Where will be found, aa usual, a earn-
plete assortment of
GROCERIES, ..
PROVISIONS,
And a fine lino of
Dry Goods, dents' Furnishing
floods, Ac. Ac. -
Whieh will be sold at tho LOW*8T
POSSIBLE PRICKS for CmST   '
Ho thanks his friends for their put
liberal patronage-and hopes for* con*.
tinuanee of the same, mhl
K W.HUGHES,
Newspaper &; Soak Agent,
NEW WESTMINISTER, fi.&'./'
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JL P. FISHER'S
StT » -TO* SPAPB Xt
ADVERTISING"
aa- -ara m «3 "*r
Rooms 20 nnd 21, Merchants' Kx-
change, California St., S. F., Cal.
NB.-ADVBRT18ILVG BOLICITBD
, fur all neuK|in|ieis itutilj-dii-d »n the Fncifle
Cmm, tin* Sumlwlrli Inland*. I'olynefia, Mexican
I'ni't*,, himinm, Vtil-tiunlso, .lnpnn, Clilna, New
Zeiilituil, tlio An-atnillnn Colonies1, the Kutarn
•Stat"it nnd Knni|in, File* of nearly avety n«wi«
|in|-er I'ltlillftht'd on tlie PucMr Owwt are ktpt
Ciil]'stnt|t|y on linnd and all mlvertUern art
•illmi'i-il ti-i'p uccess to them durlnif business hours.
Tlm Ha TINIt CftMIMDMlt t* kept OB file at th*
-.fl,. V. riBIIKII.
uftV
XNDBX
To DisBAsis. Complaints .nd AccrMMTS
which Hagvard's Ybllow Oil ia fuaiw
teed to cu,. or relieve either In mah ar
Bust.
T«H I.TIBKAUY FCI
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, \SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, *c
*miID EXTIMUUT FN
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTRACTIONS
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
Every bottle caarantMd to gin auiAo.
tion or money * efunded.
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXINBACK,
PAtNlnSIDEfM.
Old HIIOM WITH USHItmi
I.«I*a*CTW*00,Proprlf**ws
TORONTO, OUT.
TDE G!!EAT EXGLISD REMEDY
Ittnner*>Nffliltn*f
(Juri* for ,Nerf-
out- Debility, Ex-
ImuBtcd Vltitlitv
of « ny k I n d,
Writknras, Pitr-
t-lysii, nnd nil
the terrible et-
fti"Is ol youthful
lolllei, nnd tx-
crssrs In malum years,
DR, MINTIK will nirree to forfeit
Five Hundred Dollar* far n erne of
tint* kimi ihe VIUI Restorative (under
his Hpi'cinl advice end trentraentjwillnot
cure, nr lor unylhi***.' Impure or Injurloui
found in it. DR. NINTH ir«t# nll Dlt-
1'iiaefl    (Miri'i-sMiil.)   without    mercury.
Consultation free. Thoronjrh n«n*i-
natliHi Hnd ndilre, $5'00. Pilve of TIUl
RestOratlYO, $3-00 n tmttle, or fbir
timei the quitniity, $10*00; lent to nny
ndrireBS upon receipt of *iric j, or G. O. D«,
itccnre from oijsirvHlloii, nnd In prlfnte
mmta If desired, by A. E. M1NTIK,
M.D.
Those who rnnnot visit DR. MIXTIK
in San Frnncirco should imd a fall and.
-iiinntesiriif-menl ol ihuir troubles with
$21.00, and In return a full course of.
Medicine will bt forwnrde'd, securely
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for rnedielo*' O. O. D. must
he accompanied wllh $1.00 (ns a guar-
antee of (rood faith), which will ba deducted when tht package is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREK.-Seni on
>ppticniion hy letter nutinj** symptom*,'
Mes and age, Communications (strictly
con A dentin). jny3l-ly
II Krarncy Ntreet, Nan PraHrlaeo, Cnl.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
TUB UNDKRSIONEI) HAS FOR
wte on runsoimble tenns a few, half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Dulls, sired liy the
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Ball
nvrniiiir,
The duns being choice; dairy cow*.'.
A. S. VKDDKEi      .
jell Sumts.

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