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Array Provincial SocroLn
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——IS  PUDLIttnKD—
Every Wednesday & Saturday
r-B**:-^
kOBSON BROTHERS.
QFFlSf, COLUMBIA STREET. Ektiunoe to Edi-
timm Alia Business Department thuouch t. n.
PeAnson&Cd'S. Book & Stationer* Store.
TEBMS-Tly Mnll, (3 e year I II «0 for 0 men...
$1 for 8 Ine,.; enyiililo III Advance, Deliver.-.)
by Currier or Aaenl, $1 )ier qunrter, imyiible
quarterly In Currier er Agent.
nr '    i" ii r -
AGENTS:
T. N. NtlllN ft CO VIOTORIA.
Wm. Hahrisoh Yale.
I, P. FISHER Ailrorllelms Agent, 21 MerclHllt'i
Ixcllnnge, Bail Crenel Hue, l.imtherlseri Id receive
Ailrertfeomenta fur till, nnjicr.
TlflO   BABCD   mny lie fmle'l  en   tile et
i nio rflrtn ooo. v. nm«« * &.■.
New.pnper Ailvertleltig Itnrenn (111 Sjirtlco e't.l,
where nilverlt.itig centlilcle mm' lie niitite far it in
MEW VOVK.
lite fvitish Columbian.
Wednesday Meriiliiir, .Inly I'i, IHH'i.
• Organic Falsehood,
" As organs of unblushing falsehood
tbe- Standard anil Guardian tire
peerless; but ill tills essential ijmtli-
fication for tlieir peculiar work it
must be admitted that tlie local organ "out berodit licrod"—is abend of
its chief. TJp to tbe time when it
succeeded by dint of dinging in
securing the Government patronnge
it was accustomed to represent tlio
Walkom administration ns tbo worst
over known in the history of repfo-
sontative institutions; and as for
Mr. Walkom himself, it pursued
him with a torrent of personal abuse
by no means equalled by its present
crusade against tbo editor of tin's
paper. No sooner, however, did
tbat gentleman yield to its importunities and "throw it u bone," thnn
it commenced to yelp his praises,
nud it became as oxtl'rtvngnnt antl
fulsome in his praise ns it had formerly been coarso and unmeastirotl
in his nbuse. It discovered, in tlie
light of Government advertisements
which this journal had discarded in
order to preservo ita independence,
that, instead of being tlio corrupt
ami drunken littlo rowdy it had
been painting him up to thnt timo,
ho was a model premier—in fact
tho only man in tlio country fit to
lead a party or bead a government.
But why repent what everybody
knows t It wns to bo expected tliat
a journal capable of following such
a course would not bo very scrupulous about the mentis to bo used in
endeavoring to retain its bold upon
the public printing. It is not at nil
surprising, therefore, to find it resorting to tbo grossest 'misrepresentation and personal defaination
during tbe present election, know-
ing, as it does, that a change of
Government means ruin, or nt least
serious loss to it. It would bo useless to attempt to follow it through
the hiliyrintbiiiii ninze of misrepresentation with which its columns nre
constantly filled; but wo were
amused in looking over its remarkably pointless and senile criticism of
Mr, Bobson's address, to find tlie
following:—"The dock, if left in
the hands of the present local Government will uot cost the Province
r cent" The daringnoss of tlio
statement almost takes one's breath
away. There was a time when the
Government assured tho Legislature
that tbo dock would "not cost tho
Province a cent"; but since then it
has cost the Province close upon a
quarter of a million; and according
to the last statement submitted to
the Legislature by the Government
themselves, it is perfectly clear that,
"if left ill the hands of tbo present
local Government, it will" cost the
Province as much more! These aro
all facts of which the reading public
are aware, and yet, in the faco of
such facts as these, tho organ has
made tbo above-quoted declaration.
Surely our contemporary must think
the public have short memories or
very long ears.
M. Grehaut has mado a series ef ox-
Soriments which   convince him tlmt
eatb ii cnusod by alcohol when the
proportion of absolute alcohol in the
blood is equal to tho hundredth part
nf the Utter; that the condition known
| as "dead drunk"   exists   when tho
| alcohol imhibed ceases to bo absorbed
f and the blood presents the proportion
| of one part of alcohol to 105 nf blood—
I more than one-half tho fatal quantity.
I This observer  thinks   that if fewer
I deaths occur from drunkenness than
might bo expected it is because dnmk-
Jards slop drinking  before the fatal
Ijiroportion of alcohol in tho blood has
Ibeen reached.
After a recent violent storm on the
■English coast a quantity of saline mat-
Tor was observed on windows at a
ilistanco inland. Tho deposit is believed to have been made by ocean
■pray, whicli in this caso must havo
peon blown by the wind at least sixty
piilei.
British Columbian.
VOLUME 22      rfl
NEW WESTMINStEE, B. G., WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1882.
NUMBER i
®m <§ioi'j).
KITH AND KIM.
{Continued.)
She fooblyfcried to ignore, or to es-
capo from tlio inferences whicli camo
cnnvdingintohermiiid—tried piteuusly
not to aoe tho consequences of her
mother's Bin. That was useless; sho
had a clear understanding, and a
natural turn for logic. Such qualities
always como into play at ci'ises, or in
emergencies, and alio could not escape
from thoir power now. Sitting still,
and outwardly composed) hor eyes
fixed musingly upon a particular spot
in tho pattern uf a »'ug ivhioh was
spread uoatli her k'deii*^[i(ii' brain
was very active. It vtne tisiTTioi* will
woro powerless and paralyzed, while
her heart was arraigned before her
brain, wliich, witli cold and pitiless
accuracy, pointed out to that quivering criminal not all, but somo portion
of \Vhat was implied in this sin of her
mother; Dome of the results involved
by it iu the Uvea of herself, her children, and her victims.
As to Mrs. Conisbrough's original
motives for such a course of action.
Judith did not stop long to consider
them. Probably it had occured to her
mother, during that far back journey
to Irkfoi'd, that a great deal of power
had been intrusted to her, that she
did not see why sho was to havo all
the trouble, aud Mrs. Ralph Aglionby
and her boy all the benefits of this
tiresome_a.nl troublesome negotiation.
Then (tioooi'ditig to Judith's knowledge
of hor mother'a character) sho had
toyed- and dallied wiih tho idea,
instead of strangling itei'u it was fully
born. It had grown as auoh ideas do
grow, after the first horror thoy inspire
has faded--"liko Titan infants"—and
Mrs. Conisbrough had not the nature
wliich Can struggle witli Titans nnd
overcome them. Judith surmised that
hor mother had, probably, gone m\
telling herself that, of course, she was
going to ho holiest, until the moment
camo for deciding: she must have so
repYosonted her uncle's message to
Boi'narda, as to ronsohor indignation,
and cause her indignantly to refuse
his overtures. Then sho had probably
reflected that, after all, it could soon
be made right; she would be the peacemaker, and so lay them both undor
obligations to her. And then the
time had come to be honest; to confront
tho old Snuiro aud tell him that sho
had not been quite successful with
Kalph'a widow, but that a littlo explanation would soon make matters
right. No doubt she intended to do
it, but she did tho vury rovers*, and
those sobs, and tears, aud tremblings
of wliich old Martha had spoken,
testified to tho intense nervous strain
sho had gone through, and to tho
violent reaction which had set in when
at last the die had been irrevocably
cast.
Her lio had been believed implicitly.
Tho wrong path had been made delightfully smooth and onay for her;
tho right one had beuu tilled with
obstacles, and mado roiurh and rugged.
Something liko this, might or might
not havu been the sequence of the
stops iu which her mother had fallen.
Judith did not consider that; what
took possession of hor mind was the
fact that her mother, who passed for a
woman whoso heart was stronger than
her judgment, a woman with a gentle
disposition, hating to give pain—that
such a eharactor could act as sho had
acted toward Bernarda and hor boy.
It seemed to Judith that what her
mother had done had been much the
same aa if one had mot a child inn,
narrow path, had pushed it aside, and
inarched onward, not looking behind
but leaving tho child, either to ro
cover its footing, if lucky, or, if not,
to fall over tho precipice and linger iu
torture at the bottom, till death should
be kind enough to roleaso it.
"Wo should say that tho person
was an inhuman monster who did
that," she reflected, "Yet alio knew
that if Mrs. Ralph Aglionby's health
gave way, if she were incapacitated
for work, or work failed, she must
starve or go to the workhouse, and the
child with hor. I cannot soo that she
was loss inhuman than the other person would have   been She has
always appeared tranquil; the only
thing that troubled her was an occasional fear lest Undo Aglionby should
not leave his property exactly as she
desired. Was she tranquil because
she knew Mro. Aglionby to bo iu de-
cont circumstances, or was it hecatiso
she knew that sho was safo from discovery and that whatever happened to
thnn she was secure of the money J"
Judith's face was haggard as she
arrived at this point iu the chain of
her mental argument. It would uot
do to go into that question. Sho
hastily turned aiide from it, aud began
to attempt to unravel some of the intricacies which her discovery must
cause in the future for her sisters and
herself. She felt a grim pleasure in
the knowledge that in tho past thoy
hnd gained nothing from 'heir mother's
Bin. Thoy had rather lost. In tho
future, how wore thoy to demean
themselves ?
"We can never marry," sho decided.
"As honest women, wo can never lot
any man many us without, telling him
the truth, and it ia equally impossible
for ua deliberately to expose our mother'a shame. That is decided, and nothing in the heavens abovo or the earth
beneath can ever alter that. We can
work, I suppose, nnd try to hide our
heads: make ourselves as obscure aa
possible. That is the only way. And
wo can live, and wait, and die at Inst,
and there will bo an end of us, and n
good thing too,"
She pondored for a long timo upon
this prospoot; tried to look it in tho
face "</(. venx reyardcr mon dentin en
(R« Foul-tit  r,'K".}
R.T. WILLIAMS,   BOOTS and SHOES
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER, I from
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps nnd Drawing Paper Mounted.
Filea of Mngnzin.es, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly aud cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B.C.
AWuTWeMTm
DKALBIt    JN
GENERAL IERCHAPISS
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
I   HEATHOBITS
! Boot & SIiob Manufactory,
i      VICTORIA,
jAf   VICTORIA   PRICES.
I     R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfollbw Hall, Col
Uinbiast., New \\ cs'tminstei*.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SFENCE'S BMIJtiE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for tlio rtocoiiimodntion of tho
Pnhlic, pntl tho proprietor will endeavor
to deserve ti fair Bharo of patronage.
Tho very host of Wi.vkm, Liquors and
CxriAns will always ho kept.
6.   MORTON.
July 1, 1881. ■  tiltli
Contractor and Builder.
PlAJfS mill Sl'M)ll'l(!.,TI<m CARE-,
nu,\ si,um out.
ALSO AOEXtf  I'on THK
Asphalt Roofing Company.
Thig is the REST and CHEAPEST
Roofing'now in uso. Cnll and examine
model roof.
.tar Shop coiner of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster.     np!2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £?,000,00» sterling
Bisks accepted' at Current Hates of
Premium hy
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., Now Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
■THE EXTMK STOCK OV
Furniture,   Pictures,   Mouldings,
Willi Paper, and Undertaken'
(ioods,
In the Store lately oeeupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for Goods whieh are not on
hand will be flllml from Victoria on short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, SW Westminster, or to
J.   SEHn,
Victoria, Ii. C.
^ThTwebb,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., Hew Wegtminster, B. 0.
HAW   lll.l.VII,    RKV   riTTIXO.    I.IKK.
SMITH. IITTI.KIIV IlKOIUVI',
HCI8H01M Kll.ini-KXKI,,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I ml'rc-llm. Mm-tnl, nnd ('rncrn! Rrimli"
Inst nriiliy (lone.
Ammunition of nil kinds. A full assortment of Ro-londing Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifles, Shot
Guns, Revolvers, and Fishing Tackle
for sale. d2*ly
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Ovor the Refined Oils oi Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes :
HAS OPENED THE STOWS AD-
joining tlie City Hotel, Columbiii
Street, where he will sell, cheap for
CASHt-
Ci-occrlcS)
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Candles, &t.
By careftii attention to litlsiiicsa ho
hopes to merit a share of the 1'uhlic
patronage.
New West., April 20, 1882. ap22
ESTABLISH!'!) 18o9.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Scarij; Opposite I bo Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
rpHE LARGEST  AND   CHOICKST
J.    assortment of all descriptions (if
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL ISTRUIEITS
OF EVERY DKSCHimoX,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VA1UEH',
MUSIC/-.L   BOXES
A fine Asssortnient; from $25 to !?(!0,
—AT—
IMtiNALL & CO,'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(10VKKNJIKXT STREET,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
PlAyoFOKTE.'jOnaAN-TlTNEnARlil'AlltKH
SEVEN. THOUSAND!
ACB1S
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary llurnor gives n (Krll-
llniit) Light cu mil to Ten lamlh*
Lights!
Its odor ia not offensive.   Tho Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Keonoiny, the Beacon Light
Oil is
Lifts K\i'i;ssivi: tiux otki.k oils.
Tho Coustnner burning one light—for
Four Hours—will not consume over Ouo
Mill, or ono thirty-second part of a'Qdl*
Ion. which docs not tax tho Consumer
mora thnn Two Cents for n whole night.
OPPEMHEIMER BROS.,
lei Sole Agents, Victoria, B.C.
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IK LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Iilbcrnl Terms of Payment given to
IIiiiki flde Settlers.
Theso Lands aro of oxcollont quality,
mul a lafL'o portion of tliom Is rcutly for
the plough.
WOODS li TUENER,
New Westminster,
E. "ir, JOHNSON,
Viotoria,
Or
c. ii. swono,
Kiversiile
BIMUG
(AT' BRUXETTK MILLS.)
H-AV1NO KXGACKO THE SER*
vices of Air. iLifl. St'lEIts, and
fittctl our Shop with n set of first-eliiss
Tools, wo nro in a position to turn out
tlio best quality of work in this Hue.
myl8 fcisBKCK BROSi"4 00.
■   . ,   ^I'Vftt Hi'.ltiyreoommpntlwl
\f-,'^'"'/H.-.-\\i for    imii.mm'K-t.
-\ rV.-.^Wl^'1  Wasi-Artie,  ran*
r.\ foi fasaSHSSJ K-tiiaiton.lndlRc.i-
I, niXMltCMt Heartburn,
*   "^t'lill..   Ijws of All*
V-V.it\  .'-uindlMS  loftnof
Beiaory, ;-:i-rr Mon-iii-ii. Liver rom*
;*■•!*■ 11it.or •'•iv i iln-'-in ut •.in<; from fho Htnnv
■•eft, Kim•■!!■■•■■ JiltIne.v-4. They are safe.
'..''Itli.'i'.l tl]iH.'iii:'!:i:ii!i'.'ir;iLMc>ii, Froiulto!)
i«3.i-> .i* ; _	
ROYAL  CITY
(XeXXIXXTCEIXS)
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL imsoliirrio.s'H or—
tagli k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Ejors, Saslles, and Blinds.
Planiiigf. Scroll-Safllng, Turn-
liii", Shaping,
And nil kimls of WOOD-IINKHINO,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MAOHINERV.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
JOHN HENDRY,
Manaqeh,
J. H. PLEflCE & CO.
IMroitTEIlS AST) DKAUins I.N'
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C, &C,
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full nasortmont constantly on hand, nt
the LOAYHST MARKET RATtH
Tinware niaiuifnctiii*otl on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOMIROOU'S r-vroM. MILM-Vd.,
New IVcslmlnsler.
00 TO THE
SAN FRANCISCO
IT & SHOE STORE
ANll OUT   VOUR
MONEY'SWOFITH.
I)OOTS ANll S1TOHS Of EVERY
)   desei'iptioll mudu to order, ntid repaired, from tin
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A—
3a.Jk.is-a boo-x-.
Tho hlghertCASH prico pail for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Ot'i'osiTK tin: Bank.
IMPERIAL
FERE INSURANCE COMP'lf.
I OujBhoai-St. and 1(1 Pali. Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
I^OR 1NSUR1N0 1LOUSKS k OTHER
' Ruiltlinga, (foods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Funning Stock.
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dookl and the
Cargoes of such Voasola j also, Shins build-
itu*; and repairing, liargcs and other Vessel.*) oil navigable rivers and canal*-*, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Itritaiu find Ireland and in Foreign
L'ountiie.t,
FltOM LOSS OK IIAM.Mil. HV FlliK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium ami evory information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AK'ISTKONU,
Agent for New Wt-stmiustor.
OOLUMIA KTOET,
New  Westminster, B. C*
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely ro-TurnisIied and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
O RESIST
For the reception of Guests,
Conviently located ami well appointed iu every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And nll the most modern appliances, it will be found iu every
respect the best, as it is the largest
nud most couu nodi mis, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
niiiiiagouieut both as rogarda •■n.siNi-;
unit attendance', und parties desirinj*:
them can have comfortable 1'riVlltC
lll.llllS It-Uiiius, with special attendance.
The
BAR   ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
nnd Lirpiors, and tho best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stkakle's Patest
CUSHION TABLES, the best in
use.
itiT Gootl attendance and moderate charges,
J. E. INSLEY,
Proprte'tob & Manager,
April 4, 1SS2, ap5
Jor §nk ox ^0 IM
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INI.ET.
Keirlr DnlH nnd "Vmvly Furnished,
Urge un(U'ommortlotis,
ONE OF Th'E BEST HOTELS Cfl TKE MAINLAND,
Commnnds an unbroken view  of  that
imigniliecnt sheet of water known as
Coal Harhor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
8WTS   01'   rooms   rou   I u:ii,ii>
SW Visitors nnd Tourists will find it
quiet nud pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
•      JOSEPH   MANNI0N,
PiioruiiTon.
ORO RESTAURANT
COIilI'IBM STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ESTABLISHED 1800.)
mills WKI.l. KNOWN AND MOST
\_ oonvotiioutly located ostAtyisliihaiit,
ImviiiL' Iteen jnirounaed l,y the tinder,
si^ui'd, will bo conducted ns il F1K.ST-
CWSS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Board & Lodging per Week SHOO
Board ntouo por Week '5 00
Sliiglo Meals      BO
ter The Mali StnKes leave this House
for Bill'mrd Inlet twice a dey.
S. W.   DAGGETT.
May II, 1881.
NOWorNEVER
rpliK FLOATING PHOTOGRAPHIC
|     Gallery will remain only o few tlftya
longer. Those who have wora will please
call and get It. ju7
FOR RENT:
mHK V.ACUi HOTEL, FEOfTT-Sa'.,:
I    A'ew WOBtnntistor;   opposite   the
Wharf; witli a Lieeiise.
Apply to       . .'.        '■
HENRV Y. KDMONBS,
llili22 Lend Agent.
mp SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
J. Of excellent Itriclts for sale cheapi
Delivery anylvhevc.
T. McKAY.
Xe«* Westminster,
Jliiie S4, 1881. jn23
FARBilsTTfJwW LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
RdONEY TO LEND
AT KEAflOKABLK BATES;
W. NORMAN BOLE,
niyl3-2m BABBTatpit, Now West;
forsXleorSasl"
Riverside Farm, Mafetjui,
IN WHOLE  OH PART,
pONTAINIfiG THREE HUNDRED-
\j iici-es ilyked Laml, of which 2.10 acres
conld easily he put under crop for next
season,
HITII WHARF KO FEBT FIiO*<T, HvA
KMVIK BA11X AMI  OTHKR
BUIIBLYO   A C (! 0 JI M 0IIA T10 N
Apply to
(..-b. swwnj
Riv< cside.
DAIEY  FABM
FOR SALE IjiiLEM.
THK   FARM   CONSISTS  OF   320
Aeres, in Nieola Valley, h'iownnn
P. It. Anderson's Kanch, of which a part
ia suitalih; for crop.   It is situated about
II inilos from the 1'uhlic Hall and Koad.
Also—"5 Milk i'ana, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. AXJ3ERS0N,
:ip.")te
Nieola Lake.
Hay for Sale
T
HE UNDERSIC1NED HAS
-riO     TOITS
OE GOOD
TIMOTHY HAY
For Sale, at 820 a ton, delivered on tho
wharf, properly haled.
WM. RAE.
New Westminster,
June 23, 1882. jt.24
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SDITAELE FOE
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE iAIafion &Hnm-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
roods, sub-hflss, octave coupler, vox hu-
inana, grand organ, and knee swell,- 8
(■top*!. Thia organ ia now used in tho
Methodi-st Church, and is sweet toned
and iii good order. Will be sold for §150
caali, as it is mtehued to pioctirc a more
powerful o'ie. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. rK.ARSONitCO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster.
FOR  SALE:
THE   UNDFRMEN'JTONFD   TRO-
pcrty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT 4, BLOCK II),
" 10,       " 32,
11 12,        " 32,
" 7,       " 0,
" 12,        " 24.
District of New Westminster:
Lot 21!),  Oroup  I., North shore Tort
Moody,
Lot  102,  Group I,,   South side Port
Moody,
Lot I HI, Group I., near Hastings, Bur*
nird Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I., False Creek,
Lot 110, Group 11., South bank Fraser
River,
Lota  147, Hi, l.io, Group II., South
bank, Frasur River,
Lot 00a, Group IL, Mouth bank Frasor
River.
HENRY V. Kl>MONT)S,
mhlS Land Agent.
3STOTICE.
NOTICK 18 11ERRBV GIVEN
that, two months after date, I, tho
nntlersigiicd, intend to apply to the Chief
Cnnimissiuner of Lands and Wurks for
permission to purcluist1 Kill or more aeres
of Crtnvn land, situated on Namoo Harbor, Pita-Hugh Sound, 11. C. Commencing at pest near tho shore, marked A;
thonee Northerly, along the shore, and
ineludiiig two small islands, .r.O ehiiius, tp
post lij tlienee Jilaatcrlv, 40 chains, to
post C; thonco Southerly, 60 chains, t.t>
post 1.1; thence Westerly, 40 chain*--, to
point of commencement.
No minerals are known to exist on thia
land.
JOHN CLAYTON.
Victoria. II. C, Ifith May, m±   jyl-2m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dental  .'th. Wels'lv
Wanted Ho'ndfcrsW! '& Tcagno
Toaohers Wanted;...;... T. J. Trapp
Provincial Election.....,..,.0. Black
Provincial Election..,.......J. Robson
Bargains Keicl(& Hudson
To the Electors.....-.. .W. H, Ladner
In Supreme Court .-.-.•—'J. Morrison
flic fritisli 'i^nnbian.
Wednesday Horning, July li, isS'J.
The Chinese Question.
Saturday's Guardian contains a
leading article on tho abovo subject.
It pronounces,tlle'"t!ry" against Chinese mere clap-trnf, rtsotted to by
politicians Who 'Wo lidt tire sltf-ht-
est idea that they can 'tiftbet anything in i-espuct to tho difficulty,
nnd declares that tho presence iu the
country 6f "tlicse hordes of Mongolian
slaves is "ti necessity." 'Now this is
strange language from an'organ of
a governmerit .professing nnti Chinese sentltnerits. It is constructively an accMation of insincerity on the
part of every Candidate now seeking
election. But it is not true. In so
far as ministers and their supporters
and orgiMJB'Bre concerned the "cry"
may be mere '"c'lap-'trap." Indeed
there has been much in the'conduct
of the Provincial Governmeirt to.
justify the suspicion that thero has
been a lack of sincerity in this matter. But it is very different with
others; and the very fact that
every election address echoes that
"cry" affords tolerably conclusive
evidence that tho public mind runs
in that direction. Sfor is it correct
to say that the presence of those poople is a necessity. If it is true in a
qnalifiod sense that Chinese are a
necessity in this country, what has
made it, so 1 Govcrnmentr.! neglect
to «p«>Yi<le ifhe substitute. Take, for
instance, the C. P. Railway works,
the press, or a portion of it, gave
timely warning that tho inauguration of railway work should be accompanied by a broad and efficient
■schefie for ■throwing into the conn-
try a desiraUe class of labor. But
'Mir Government wouW not move
tongue or finger. When Mr. Onderdonk obtained tho contract he urged
the Federal Government to organize
a. scheme for the introduction of
white labor and thus obviate the
necessity for importing yellow, aud
Oie even went so far as to offer to
contribute $250,000 himself towards
the promotion of such a scheme.
But the Government would not entertain the proposition or accept tho
liberal offer. Why 1 Because, us subsequently stated in parliament by
Sir John Macdonald, they were
without any information from tho
British Columbia Government us to
the undesirablcness of Chinese immigration ! Had our Government done
their duty in properly impressing
upon the authorities ut Ottawa the
great advantages of introducing the
most desirable class of labor, and tho
disastrous consequences of having
the railway work done by Chinese
labor, it is quite certain from the recent utterances of the Canadian Premier that not only would Mr. Onder-
donk's offer have been gladly accepted and the large contribution
promptly supplemented, but repressive measures to prevent the influx
of Chinese would have followed.
And need we dwell upon the consequences to the country of having ten
thousand workmen of our own race,
instead of that number of pagan
slaves whose morality iB as nasty as
their habits! It is equally incorrect
to assert that nothing can bo done
to remedy the evil. It has just been
seen what a neighboring people have
accomplished. We have seen a single
State move the whote vast Union to
effective action; and we have also seen
our own sister colonics of Queensland and New South Wales manfully grapple with the evil and apply u
vigorous remedy. Why, then, should
we be told that Columbia is helpless 1 If one may judge from what
Sir John Macdonald has said on the
ject, the way is open for action,—
much wider open to Columbia than
it was to California. But surely the
Chinese organ might have aired its
heresies without flinging the following gross insult in the face of the
whole white population of the Province :—
$ar The fact is. that in many cases
they (the Chinese) ask and receive
higher wages than their white competitors, and simply because they do their
work faithfully aud without growling
or putting on frills. r®R.
Here the Caucasian race, the
Englishmen, Irishmen and Scotchmen, are told right to their face that
they are inferior to the Mongolian
,l»«s_that they do their work less
"faithfully," "growl" 'and put on
"frills," and aro, consequently, on-
titled to less wages 1 There is tho
language between'two fists. Wo aro
neither making nor straining it.
Read it and say what you think of
the Government and its organ. That
is a nice statement to go forth to the
world about tho white raco in British Columbia. "It is an ill bird that
fouls its own nest." It is a wicked
organ that slanders the whole body
of the people in order to excuse the
negligence of ministers.
What is to be Done**
Many settlers on the recently inundated bottom lands of the Lower
iFrnsor have been mined—their crops
'totally destroyed, their flocks and
'herds -scattered, their fences carried
'away 'and lying broadcast over tho
vast expanse, their homesteads
wrecked and desolated. Now, what
is to be done 1 Something limit be
done—some substantial measure of
relief extended to those who, by the
act of God, havo been milled. Whatever is done must be in the nature
of aiding theso people 'to get on their
feet again, and, if possible, averting
such a catitstrophy in tho future—
not in the nature of alms, for that
would be an insult. To ciicdm'ago
and second self-help 'is What appears
to lie wanted. First (8 all,'then,
let a liberal appropriation bcsmimpt-
ly made for the purpose of relieving
roads and bridges without which the
settlers cannot get about a* niMitre
utterly helpless, ani let the trunk
road be at once and thoroughly repaired. Perhaps these works would
be best done by menus of a liberal
grant to the municipalities within
which thoy aro situated. As regards
tho portion df the trunk road lying
within municipal bounds, that is just
us much a provincial work as is the
repairing of that portion of the same
road above Yale. And this reminds
us that the Government havo just
made a compromise with the contractors by whicli upwards of ton
thousand dollars of the pnMia revenue will be devoted towards repair
ing damages caused by the very
samo flood. "What is sauce for the
goose should be sauce for the gander." It was right and propor for
the Government to do tho one; but
it would be little short of a crime to
refuse to do tho other. If these
works be promptly nnd well done it
will prove an immense help to the
sufferers and a permanent beneut to
the whole District. But in addition
to that, a thorough examination
should bo made by competent Engineers, with n view to ascertaining
the most practicable means of preventing, or at least circumscribing
such floods in tho future, and no
time should be lost in doing this.
£3" Now unpacking at Jas. Ellard k
Co.'s, tho lateflt fashions for 1882 in
Ladies' ami Children's Straw Hats, Millf-
nery, Laces, kc   Gull and cxnmiuc.
iff T. R. Pearson k Co. havo just received direct from the manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
including Letter-presses, kc.
DR. WELSH
WILL VISIT YALE FOB A FEW
days between  15th   ami   20th
3nly. jyiatd
TEACHEHSJMNTEDl
WANTED, FOE- THK NEW WEST-
iniuster, F.ubHo School, a Teacher
for the Se-fitOr Division of Boys, holding
a First 'wade A or B ctfrtifleato. 'Salary,'
§510 por month.
Also, an assistant Teacher for the
Junior Division. Salary, $50 per month.
Applications to be sent in to the undersigned for tho former on or beforo
the 18th inst., and for the latter, on or
before the 28th inst,
THOMAS JNO. TRAPP,
Secretary.
New West., July 11, 1882.        JylStd
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BETWEEN
HENRY HOY, Plaintiff,
AND
THOS. W. QUAY, Defendant.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Writ of Fieri Facias issued out of
the above Court, to me directed-, I jhfivel
caused to bo seized the Goods aiid Chattels hereinafter mentioned, the property
of tlie a bow. named Defendant, situate
at Emory, where they can be examined,
which said Goods and Chattels will be
sold by tender in lilts, viz:**
LOT   &.
Ofle Engtyc 'hiid Boiler.'"(iio'horile power), with belt and pmlics for a saw-mill,
complete.
One Carriage Cant Gear, complete, for
Loga.
XaGftfr   3.
Ono small Engine and Boiler '(10-Wsc
power), with shafting and gear complete.
IiOT  4.
One Plainer.
IiOT   S.
5 Circular Saws.
X.O-X1 c*
7 Work Oxen, with Yokes.
LOT   "7.
Chains, Cant Hooks, Mattocks, Saws,
Ticks, and Shovels.
XkOT   -8.
One  dirt Blacksmith Tools and Bar
Iron*.
LOT  S».
One Carpenter's Boring Machine nud
Bitts.
LOT AO.
2 kegs Horse-shoe Nails.
LOT    M.
One Edger.
LOT 12.
Lease for years of acres on
Texas IiUkc and Boarding House.
LOT 13.
00,000 feet Logs in Texas Lake.
Separate Tendon, will be received for
•each lot tip to Wednesday, tho 19th day
of July, 1882, by the undersigned, at his
otKce, Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Tho highest or any tender not necessarily accepted-.
JAMES MORRI60W,
Sheriff.
New Westminster,
Dated July 11, 1882. jyl2
To the Electors or the District
of New Westminster.
Gkmtlkmkn:—I llnte been induced to
offer myself aa a candidate at tbe approaching election to represent you in
lhe Provincial LcfjiaUture.
Amongst tbe measures I would Advocate, should yon do me the honor to
select roe as your representative, are the
following:
The removal of tbe Capital to the
Mainland; biennial sessions; opposing a
useless expenditure on Dry Dock; settling any disputes between Dominion
nnd Local Governments; opposing need-
lesB missions; three Ministfs ample; reducing indemnity of Mcrr'ieri to $5.00
fur 30 days, with mileage, and no more;
amend School Act to give Trustees full
power over grant to school; Registry
Office for New Westminster; revision uf
Voters' lists and u redistribution of seats;
steam ferry charters where required
give flooded district aid, nnd favor nny
practical scheme fur reclaiming lands;
Improvement of roads, Ai*., Ac, and
revenue to be fairly apportioned and
spent where most required; amend Dog
Act, 1881, to apply to all stock; compensation to jurymen and witnfue?; resident Judge for New Westminster; urge an
Dominion to restrict Chinese immigm**
grtttloa and to assist other immigrants
with Provincial aid; nnd would support
good measures from whatever source
they might emanate.
As it is impassible In n short address
lo fully explain my views, I would suggest to the different candidates to travel
together nnd address you at the different polling stations and any other places
where most convenient for you to attend,
so that each could more fully explain
their views, which would save you a
deal of valuable time nt this busy sen-
son of tbe year.
Should any unforseen nod important
questions arise, and you should do
me the honor to elect me, I would en-
denvor to ascertain your wishes and
then, as your servant, act accordingly.
And as your Interests ate Identical
with my own, rest assured that I would
use my utmost endeavors to further tbe
interests of the District and tho Province
at lnrge.
I have tbe honor to be,
Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Servant,
jyU WM! II. LADNER.
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSOIll'MlSNT
Oi''
HARDWARE.
WANTED:
1AA  AXEMEN'AND LABORERS
1UU   to go to work at oneo upon tho
Wagon Rond abovo Yalo.
Wagofl—$45 to §50 a monthIfiiid found.
HENDERSON k TE/GUE,
Contractors.
Afrply at New Westminster to
jyl2*2w Chas. McDonough.
PROVINCIAL ELECTION
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,'
Jjj lhat, ih nceordahco .with tho provisions of tho "Corrupt Practices Prevention Act, 1871,*' I hnvo appointed Mr.
W. J, FiiKtfcH, of .tliis Cfty, .my ngent
for tbo present Provincial Election.
GEO. BLACK.
New Westminster,
July 10,   1882. jyl2td
PROVINCIAL ELECTION
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Xi that, in accordance with tlie provisions of tho "Corrupt Practices Prevention Act, 1871," I havo appointed Mr.
Cham. G. Major*, of this City, my agent
for the present Provincial Election.
•JNO. ROBSON.
New Westminster,
July 10,   1882. jy!2td
T6 the Elcttoft of New West*
miitet-cr District.
Gentlemen t—At the request of a number of Electors from nil pnrts of the District, I again present myself as a candidate for your suffrages at tho ensuing
election for members to represent tho District'in the Local Legislature, nnd, in doing so, think it right that you should bo
mado acquainted with tho policy, if elected, I intend to p'iivsiic.
I will n;>t support any oovkusmrnt
that wffltiot justly apportion tlm revenues of the Province to tho vaftftfa Districts according to their requirements and
the importance of their local industries.
I will endeavor to obtain a redistribution of sents'in'tho Ijeglslatnre in order-
that the Districts may bo represented according to their population aud wealth.
I will support uny practical and comprehensive schtirfc to "pVcvtiit tlie future
inundation of the lands nlong tho Eraser
valley. *
I will urge tlio trnhsfot'oiic'o'Of the Dry
Dock to tho Imperial or Dominion 'Gov
eminent, and if neither will accept it nud
complete nml maintain tho work as a
national one, then to indefinitely postpone
the work until the Province is in a position to proceed with it. I will not give
my vote to expend one cent of the public
revenue upon a work of **o 'Kttle use to
tho Province generally, especially us the
revenue Will ftll lie required to repair the
damage caused by tho lute floods nnd tbo
construction of necessary roads in this,
the most important agricultural District
in the Province.
I will persistently uryc the appointment of a resident Judge, Llio payment of
Jurors fair wages for their loss of timo,
the establishment lit 6'ttce.' of, tt Steam
Kerry nt New Westminster, the establishment of a Land Registry o.lioe, and
increased School facilities.
There arc ninny other measures of importance to the welfare of the District nnd
Province generally, such as tho encouragement of white emigration, the exclusion of thu Chinese and curtailing tbo
privileges at present enjoyed hy them,
that cannot he set forth in ith AddroBS of
this kind. I will endeavor tu sec ns many
of you ns possible before tlie day of election, when I will ho happy to explain my
views oh ftiiy subject that may he propos
cd.
In the mean th*ne I would urge nll those
who hnvo a vote in tho District to firmly
make up their mind to go to the Polls on
the day of election, as the larger tho vote
by which n member isjreturned the greater weight it gives him in tho councils of
Iti.s oohfttry-.
V. our Obedient Sorvaiil,
JAMES ORR.
New West.. July 3: 1882. Jyntc
To the Electors of the District
or New Westminster:
Gentlemen,—Having been solicited
by a large number of tho Electors interested in tho general welfare of our District, I allow myself to be nominated as
a candidate for your suffrages at the
forthcoming election for the Provincial
Legislature.
My political views are briefly as follows :
Although independent Of party, 1 dis-
approve'of tbo pydicy of tho present administration, moro especially in regard
to tbo expenditure of la-pge amounts of-
tho public revenue iipdh tHo 'dock at
Ksi-uiiunlt and the DeCosmos ihissioii
I will do what I can towards prothot-.
ing tho construction of roads and bridges
and tbe establishment of schools throughout thoi Province and especially in tho
District'fhnt I expect to nave the honor
of representing.
Our lumber trade will receive thVbest
attention, ns also our fisheries ana tlie
dyking of the prairie lands.
I nm in favor of offering substantial
inducements to bonafido settlers, every
ono of whom should ho allowed a free
grant of 1 (10 acres of laud as a homestead.
Lund speculation or monopolization I
shall oppose by every legitimate mentis.
I believe in Representation According
to Population,'and would do my best to
obtain it.
In conclusion,-should I have the honor
to .roprescnt you, my whole energies
ahall be devoted to tho 'promotion, of
your interests. Your 'interests are mine
and mine are yours. I am one of yourselves.
Vijni's Most Obediently, . ,
WILLIAM ISAAC.
Maph Ridge. jn28
To the Electors or New Westminster District.
GKXTiiKMfili:--lIiiving hern ri'qnrsted
hv a number of the Elortors or our Dts-
trtct'fo allow myself to be nominated ns
b citndidule lit tlie forthcoming flection
to represent you in tbe Loral Purlin?
inent, mul after (jiving the nrnuur due
consideration, I have concluded 16'comply ".villi lhat r't-qut-st.
Stioutfl ynu do me the htitfo'Mo elect
me ns your representative, my labors in
your Whnlf will be in accordance with
llii' fi*llo»ing:.
1 nm in favor of TtepreBeiitfttlori by
Population ami would support any men-
stir.' having that end in vtuw.
The aeTti-uitiiriil iuiercata of tlm Province, ns also the dyking of ihe overflowed hinds, the-const ruction et' roads
nnd bridgi'S, the cm-titm of sehool-
hoiisv*! Where n-'ct^aVy, tlie establlsh-
uiciii of a ferry nt N.efr WuVtrtiitistW*—
would receive iny special attention
The lumbering trade I look upon ns
ol great .**iip6rtiineo to Ih* Province nnd
• specially I'o'ilii-s District,-arid 1 would
do what 1 could to aid thnt industry.
Any measure to admit of laud spoeu-
la'tiotfs in nny form I would oppose to
ilie ntmos'l nf iny ntdliiy. My motto is,
"Tlit* Uud for the settler al the lowest
possible price."'
I would FuppoY't nr-y mens•**,*■•** having
for its object the restriction of Chinese
immigration.
The expenditure of Pro vine.nl revenue
upon lhe ■Dock tit Esqnimalt 1 should
oppose, aUilI wimhl do what I could to
relieve tlie Province of tbe burden without material loss.
In conclusion! should tho views I
hnve announced meet with your approval, and if you with me nre opposed to the
present Government tunl in favor of
pqii.il distribution of the public revenue,
at "Fair pUy and equal rigUts," then 1
ask you lor u favorable verdict nt the
Polls and I will do my utmost to justify
your decision.
And with the belief thnt such will be
your decision*!
■1 am Yo'ui- Obedient Servant,
jyB HENRY DAWSON.
>««»-^MM^«*^lE^MMMI lliailllllS^Bi
W. ME,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next i)oor Stmth of Colonial
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAS   ALWAYS    ON   HAND   A
■VARIED STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
D*t*yGoods,
Clothing,
Ordcket^,
Glassware,
&c., &c.
To the Electors or tlie District
ot New Westminster,
THE BEST  BRAND OF
Flour-
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
Ready-Made DoUu&g!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
(ST Storage   anil   Forwarding
done at reasonable rates.
REID ft HUDSON.
jyl2-Cm
(1 KKfLtiMB&t-*—Tho nninevouH assurances of support wliich I * have received
from nil aeetioits of the District have
prompted mc to oiler myself ,fta a candidate at the approaching election for the
Lt-glslUtiiro.
1 am opposed to the present Government because thoir policy lifts not been
in accord with tho wishes and the deliberate judgment of the people.
Their blundering mismanagement of
the Dry Dock hns precipitated the Province upon the verge of bankruptcy.
Their DeCoslhos mission tt) England
was impolitic and indefensible. It exhibited base ingratitude to the Dominion
Government at a time when they were
using their utmost endeavors to fulfil
their obligatioba to tht Province nnd the
inission'lias simply resulted iu alienating
tho sympathies of our best friends und
has incurred the scorn of the sister provinces.
Their Land Amendment Act of 1878,
which places in the hands of the Executive the power of "eviction" ami "confiscation* after only three months' warning, had not a shadow of justification in
the piuihlBcu-no possible pretext for
ntotSbcdlhga so htmrtless and ao arbitrary.
It was a deliberate and unprovoked attack upon the freedom of tho electorate
and deserves the reprobation of every
farming community hi the Province,
If elected-, I shall advocate nu ei'iut-
able redistribution of seats In tho Legislature; relief to repair the dtmittgi-a done
to roads and bridges in tho recently
Hooded portions of the District; the keeping of all trunk roods in repair nt the
expense of tho Government; the devising
of means to lift the dry-dock incubus
from tho shoulders of the Province; a
wider application of our municipnl system, in order more economically and
effectively to grapple with our tnuch
needed improvements; and any general
measure which has for its object tho advancement of the interests of tho District.
I shall consider it my duty to support
any Government which may bo formed
who, discarding sectional predilections,
evince an honest determination to work
for tile general interests of tho Province,
amlshaU endcdvUf to act in harmony
with my colleagues ot tht! District nnd
City, always, however reBUrving' to myself the1 right to exercise an independent
judgiiiellt) untramimded by the proton-
■dona ef any individual ot* (Jllt|uoi
I hope to form a personal acquaintance
with the most of the electors during my
canvass and shall take pleasure in discussing moro fully questions of local and
general interest.
I am Your Obedient Servant,
JOHN KIRKLAND.
Hazel Grove,      - ■
New West. District, July 5, lflS2, ,jy8
Notice to Contractors!
CU5AL10D TENDERS, ADDRESSED
fe to Hon. J. W. Trutch, C. M. G.,
Victoria, U. C., signed and endorsed
"Tender for Post Office, tfce., Nanaimo,
It. C, will be received nt this ollice until
WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of July,
inclusive, for tho erection of
POST OFFICE, toO.,
NANAIMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Plans ami specifications can he seen at
tho Department of Public Works, Ottawa, at tho otlice of T, K. Peck, Esq.
Collector hi Customs, nt Nnrtiiiuitt, and at
tho office of Hon. J. W. Tnitch, C. M.G.,
at Victoria, on arid after Wednesday,
tho 4th July.
Tenders miiBt bo made on tho printed
fohrts supplied,
Each tender must ho accompanied hy
an ACCEPTED hank cheque, made pnyahlo
to tlie order of the Honorable the Minis-
tt-r of Public Works- y.qvAh •cd five rsii
oknt. of the anloiiiit of tho tender, whicli
Will be forfeited if the party decline to
enter into a contract when called upon
to do so, or if he fail to complete
the work contracted for. If tho tender
bo not accepted the cheqitO will Do returned.
Tho Department will not be bound to
accopt tho lowest or any tender.
By order,
F. H. ENNIS,
Secretary.
Dept. of Public Works,
Ottawa, 7th Juno, 1882.        ju28
JUST feEOEIVBD—A COMPLETE
.   STOCK OF
IILLINE&Y GOODS
Including Novolties in Funcy Straw
Hats   and   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Ifontliere, Luces, Plain and
Started Watered Hiti-
bona,
Satins*, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
nnd Pluslr.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES ft RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Kfndo and trimin'c(l,*nd satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERUN and ZEPHYR V".O0LS.
6^" All (iloods told st reasonable
Vatcs.   Call and inspect olif stock.
1861.  1882.
•THE
WM. RAE,
»\i\i
Coiumhw. Street.
HOUSE*
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in 'this 'tJity, begs
leave to report to his miirief-
ous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook'
for the future is bright. We
hope \o iio a big trade during
'th'e present year. We have •
now in stofek a complete a*
sorftnent ttf
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
With soin'e heavy shipments
'on the way from the EasterA
Markets. We are buying
for Clash, getting large di*
'counts, which enables us to
sfell at hiWeh lower rates than
formerly. We are deter^
mined to keep the Coi.umbiJI
House, to the front, making
it, as il lias been for yearsj
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
'can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rfttes than any other
House in this City, and we1
Will do ii
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
Impobteri
New West., Fcb.-8,188il.,      fell
NOTICE TO MARINERS
SAND 1IKAD8, FBASKR MVER.
NOTICE IS HERE1JY GIVEN,
that Buoys Nos. 14 nud tt") uro out
of theiv lespoctivu positions.
The channel hns materiitlly changed.
Nothing hub .li^ht-tlrnft stenmers
should enter the Saihl H'Otuls Chnnnel at
present until the water 1ms subsided,
when it wi)l be rebuoyed,
Ou entering tire chuniicl pnss to the
North or South of No. 1—btttft to, South
side preferable, pass to the South of
buoys—No. J2-. close to—No. 3, three
cnble3—No, 4, drib and a quarter cables
—No, 5, close to ; then pass to tho
North of No. 0, ft quarter cable;
then patia to the South of Howitzer, one
and a-half cables— No. 7, two nnd it-half
cables—No. 8, three cables—No. 9, one
and a-half cables—No. 10, throe-quartcrs
of a cable—and Nos. 11, 12 and 13, a
half cable distant; thence follow tho usual courses to tho entrance of tho river,
F. REVELY, Agent*.
Marino k Fisheries Dept.,
Viotoria, B.C., 20th June, 1882.   jn24
FOR SALE:
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACRES   IMPROVED!
135 Acres Under Timothy!
rnHK UNDEliSIClNED OFFERS lor
X Sato, on favorable terms, his Bnlen-
<H<1 Farm, situdtMl oti eho North Arm,
14 miles from the City of New Westminster anil within four miles of the Town
ot Oranvillo, tho
RAILWAY   TERMINUS;
Tho Farm contains 1)51 acres of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked nnd
drained and free from overflow at all
fleasons.
There iti-o
WO     ACBE*    illPKOtED,
Of which 135 acres nro undor timothy,
and the remainder undor oats, root crops
and pustnro.'
There is a godd bedriog or hard and a
splohdid spring of pure water.
There are a comfortable dwelling, two
doublo hams 180x45 feot, togothor with
sheds and other ont-bnildlngs.
Tho Fnvm is woll.Btockcd with horses,
cattle, pig's, kc, nnd with the most improved agricultural implements nnd machinery, including a "Giant Reaper."
The property fronts on therTorth Ann,
and there Is n wharf (not quito finished),
affording- Micfcllent landing for steamers.
Thoro is no better farm ui tho country,
and It is In a condltioli to pay a large
profit on tlie investment from the first.
The Farm will bo sold with or without
tho livo stook.
For particulars apply on tho premises
or by post to   '■
HUGH MAOER
I
iff
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. Si
Tie Only lire-Proof Hotel
ia the Oity,
THE CUUNM DEPAITUKf
IS 11NDKR THK CHABDK OF AN
KXPKKIENCEI) ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LKAVlJ
to announce to the Tublie that he
has purchased the above Hotel, wher-fj
everything will be found first-class, ami
at reasonable rates. - <
The Parlors aftd Sleeping Apart*
fltentS tiro under the ■jliperintchdbheb
of Miis. Howison.
Private Diiiirtfl Rooms for Ladies; ,
Families and Private Parties. ,
j
A Private Heading Roan, comi
itiodtoiiB, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with booka and papera, 11
provided for the uso of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liyroiis, Ciiiaus, Ac.
3. Wi HOWISON.
FRorniirron.
New West., July 4, 1882.
m
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
TVtofrCE   IB    HEREBY   GIVEN;
1\ that a Court of Revision will be* t
held at the Municipal Council Chamber^,
on HATUuo.ty.Tiiu \irsn Day ok Juw;
1882, at 1*2 o'clock noon, for the purpose*
of lteiiring uoinplaiuts, if any, against the*
AsM-Msi.iijiit Roll for the year 1882.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, June 5, 1882.       jn7
pay~upT~
ALL ACCOUNTS NOT 1>A1I) BY
tho 15th Inst, will bo nlnccd in the
hands of a Collector with Instmctions.
W, J. FKESCHi
Now West., July 4,188-2.- JySH ——
*Sthe British floIumMiin.
W«dtMMl«v !H«mluB, July 19, ISM*
J. A. E. fromer wilt be a cimiU
dale lfo*r »e representation bt New
Westminster District In the House
of Commons, st t'kf Approaching
eleetldfr. ,..  _,   „
John Kirkland will be a Canal
d**jte**t„ the. a^rdacblng election,
to rfpresent the District of New
Westminster In the Provincial t©
gWtrfflVe.
Wm. Isaac, Maple Ridge* will be
a findtdite tor the representation
of New Westminster District In tbe
Provincial Legislature, nt tbe ap
proachlng election.
W. H. ladner Is an Independent
Candidate for the representation of
,tbff District of New Westminster In
the Provincial legislature, at the
approaching election.
. George. Black* of Burrard Inlet,
Isftcaridft&to for tbe represent:*
,tlon of New Westminster District
It the Provincial Legislature, *t
tha approaching election.
Charles Wilson, of Barkerville,
will be a candidate at the ap-
'proachlng election, for the representation of the District of Cariboo
In the Provincial Assembly.
Tq the Electors of New Westminster District:
. GKNTLKMEN-I w*l be a candl-
Slate at the forthcoming election as
:a representative for tbe District of
New Westminster In the Local Parliament.
HENRY DAWSON.
PAHSBNKBRS.
Pw rtrnmrr KNTKEPIIISK. iViitil Vfit-iilit,
'-July 11—Mm Strnnii, JUr* IMI, Mrs flat*, Mis,;
ilft-rr.HR, MiM Hrtl1.-l.-y, Itov Hull, Mr 1 uppmi-
jltrlmat -nnd fahiily, Hnisr*. M Kl.gthr/, I) Clil»-
Imlm, MeTleriinii, mul J'.' nton tav A. Ointenlunk.
biRtii.
,   A* Richmond, N-vlli Arm, on tbe'jS'liTtlf., tin
Te of Anpu* 0   Friumr, F***j., nf n diiufelltor,
The steamer Western Slope past-tad
'down un Monday evening.
Th* steamer brought up 20 men for
'the 0. P. R. contractor last evening.
The fisheries are all busy now* rift
'scarcity of bunds being the only drawback.
Copious rains foil during Saturday
!night aiid it continual showery on
'Sunday.
. The weather is warm and summer-
like—favorable for haying, which iB
'commencing.
One hundred men are wanted t
.work on the waggon-road between
Yale and Lytton.
( Humphreys, despairing of enaction
for Viotoria District, has been noinin-
'ated for Nanaimo!
The time for receiving tenders for
Nanaimo post-office lias been extended to tlie 22nd inst.
It ia reported tlmt Mr. \V. J. French
'contemplates starting a livery aud
stage business iu this city.
Mr. A. E. B. Davie, tho coming
Snan for Lillooet, passed up on Sntur-
'day to attend to liis election.
The Victoria ladies who joined in an
address to the Queou have received a
Very nice answer, signed by Her Majesty.
The steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gar'
Miner, arrived from Victorin last evening at 6:30, with passengers, mails and
freight.
On Monday Mr, Sum Robertson, of
Langley, brought down another Hqund-
Von to join Mr. Laidlaw'a fleet of -fishing boats.
, The steamer Wm. Irving, Cnpt. Insley, returned from Vale on Monday
evening, bringing mails, passongerd
Wnd way freight.
The R. P. Rithet and the Western
Slope both nrrived from Victoria on
Saturday evening, and both left for
Yale during tlie night.
Tho seven candidates running for
New Westminster District are alt pronounced Oppositionists, and yet tile
local organ claims tu represent public
'opinion!
In. the lowlands the mosquitoes were
Very bad for a day or two last week,
but we are informed that tlio cool
Wights have since completely cleared
1 the little past away.
We understand that an Indian" convict effected his escape from the penitentiary on Saturday and tllrtt the
Warden holds the squaw and papooses
iu hostages for his return!
At noon to-day tho nomination for
the Commons takes place in this city.
The re-election of Mr. Homer by acclamation is a foregone conclusion, aud
that ia just as it should be.
Last week Wm, Dean, First Asst.
Engineer of the steamship Victoria,
wu drownedin Northumberland Olian-
hel, near Nanaimo. by the upsetting
bf a small boat in which hu illid two
other officers of tho steadier wore crossing.
Tho following nominations wero
made for Victoria 0Ity:-M. W. T.
brake, T. Davie, Wm; Wilson and Dr.
Trimble, Opposition; aiill .Robert Heaven, Simeun Duck, J: W. Williams,
Alex. Wilson and Jas, Dfuiumond,
Ministerialists.
OOMMINDATION    ExTKAUKMNARY.—
Mif. MctltHojlj one of tile member*!
for Victoria District iii tlio late Legislature, was a slavish supporter of the
Walkem administration, and ho tells
thH electors why. At a jjubllii meeting
In fcjb'iith Saanich Inst weblc, tie Said in
praise of the Gnvernmoiit tliat it had
expended 11,158,000 miir'e than the
j-eveiiue. He also said Saatlich wus
{'drawing out more than it was paying
In." Rather an encouraging state of
JitTuirs for the Province as a whole!
1 QdicK.;WoaK.—The steamer R. P.
ttlfofft left here for Yale at llVclocfc
on sMr&y iifcht and roturtiSk aOfr
o'clock on, rojn^ay night, making the
round-*i*ip in 23 hours, and bringing
down 110 head of beef c^iUe for Mr.
Greaves. This is thb ' qui&ust thing
yet.
..-,*. ,  *♦■ ■        ■	
Thry Must Go!*—Mr. John, one of
tl.b |c(V;ididatcs (and a most likely one)
for Victoria Diatribe, speaking at
Aeeting last week, caict: If tho Chinese
continued" to come in as they uro doing
we should either have to leave or make
them leave. (Cheers.) If the govern-
tiient hnd done their duty we should
have had white instead of Chinese
laborers. r        .   _
 —*■—i 1— ■
The Campaign.—It is aiiovel idea
but, under the circumstances, a good
one, for the Seven candidates to' attend
the various meotiiigs ih a nody.^ It
will greatly economise the precious
time of electors, and it will, by presenting, an,, jmniedjato contrast, give
them a bettor opportunity. "The b'est
two of the seven; make your choice
gentlemen!"   .     >,
Thb AoBLAinit. — This beautiful
aiid Witt little steamer, built for Mr.
Ewen mift Cnpt. Meyers, although
still 'in nn unfinished state, got up
steam shortly afte,r notm-^esterday
and ran down to. tlio 'li.6nth o'f tlie
river for a load rif fish. Thore wore
quite a number of friends on board,
arid-."the Adelaide   steamed, away iii
grand stylo,
 -*.—. ~—.
The Waggon Road.—We understand that, after lung aud most injurious delay, the Government havo
made some sort of compromise witli
the contractors for the repair uf those
portions of the waggon road injured
by the late flood*, but what tho terms
of the compromise are we do not. know.
It will bo seen by reference to outadvertising columns that tho contractors want 100 men.
Thk EwjELSioa B anil—Wo are
sure the public generally will Very
much regret to h\jaV that thot-6 ia a
probability of this Bund brti&iii'i*; tip
Although organized only a few n.rmllis
ago, it lias already attained suuh a
tlegree of proficiency us to justify tho
Royal City in feeli.tg proud of it. We
linderstnnd t'Ve difficulty is n Hnuucial
one, tlio expense fulling too heavily
on the member-*, expected aid From
tlio militia not being forthcoming.
Can nothing be done towuttls averting
such a result* Looking lo the near
future and the prospect of a royal
v Wit; '■t Poems t* j bad that the
"Excelsior" should go down, iusteud of
'•up higher.'!
 .*.	
Unthuk.—Surely Humphreys must
bo hard pressed in Victoria District,
hi addressing a 'inciting, ft few dajy's
ngo, he endeavored to create prejudice
against the Opposition by telling a deliberate utitruth; He said the proposition of the Opposition lust session
was to take, one member from Saanich
and give it to Sew Westminster. Tom
knows perfectly well that nothing of
the sort Was ovor suggested—that thfcVo
was no intention, tn giving Now Westminstor iinotiter irVo'mbor, tu disturb
tho balance of power between the two
Suctions. Tom got the lib direct,in
the meeting; but Mr, Bryant, a prominent elector who has hitherto supported tho Walkom Government, hit tho
wind-bng hard whon. he retorted: "I
can't see that wu could Me much worse
off with ouo member than we are now
with    two.    (Cheers,  ftiid   tititt  of
"That'a ■*.")
——— ■*■> 	
UNmiKNDLY   AND   UNFAIR. — It   IS
with surprise nnd regret that wo havo
noticed a disposition oft the part of
•our Nanaimo content p'dvary ttt say unfriendly and unfair things about New
Westminster arid its concerns. For
instance, lust week, In referring to the
entrance to this port, it is said that
the steamers Hunt and Ada, drawing
4 and 5 feot respectively, could not get
in or out. ■without grounding—a statement greedily copied by tlio Standard,
NoW olir contemporary must know that
such ft statement is calculated to create
an altogether orronedu,*! impression.
Nanaimo litis a good harbor; but remove or mispltlce tho buoys or qther
marks, and the Hunt ur tbe Ada might
run un rocks. So it is with the entrance to this port. There is abundance
of wilt or, Hot alone, for the class of
steamers mentioned, but fuT '(iceriii
steamers such as the Viotoria, tht} Hide? or tho Dakota. But through the
negligence of the Depart nielli tho channel uinrkB wore allotted to rohmin for
weeks in u demoralized nnd misleading
condition, aud bo any steamer was liable to take ground.   That nnd .ilbMMiig
moro.
_ —.*» ■——
A Lawyer's Opinion.—At the
Saanich meeting Inst week Mr. Theodore Davit*- referring tu. tho Chinese
evil, said "1th disagreed with those
politicians who asserted that tlio lucal
legislature had no power tu dual'with
the question of Chinese immigration.
Under the constitution express power
was given tho Provinco t« make laws
concerning immigration in cases where
no repugnant statute had boon pansed
by tlie Dominion parliament; and tioro
uot Only had no ropuguarit law been
Rruscd by the Dominion, but Sir John
lacdonald hud expressed himself
alive to the question. The reason of
the thitig' also made it apparont that
legislation on the subject must cum-
irlonce at home, as tho first blow, tu bo
struck was in the imposition of taxes,
as had, been done in Queensland and
New South Wales. The local legislature niiiHt impose the taxes, otherwise they could iiiJt collect thonl. If,
as advocated by other candidates,
taxation must pi'qceod from tlie Dominion, that govbrlllliotlt would apply
thu taxes for federal purposes; and
thus British Columbia would Imve to
boar the evil'whilo the general government would roup tho advantage;"
The tfiw Post Office,
A itifbroiice. to the blue-books s'liowri
the local business uf the New Westminster post-brace to be considerably
mors than double that uf Nanaimo.
Its other business must bo many times
as great. Yet we find that the new
•jJost-office about to be -erected at Na-
-Inaitno, or rather that part of the
liuilding nlotted to tlie ' post-office
department, affords fully twice as much
accommodation as the ono for this City!
Jfow, we are not Sug^estiTug that Nanaimo is getting more, than she is
justly entitled to. Wis op not think
Bhe is. But we contend that New
Wetfhninster is gettirie ,frif ktqo ljttlo.
In view of undoubted development in
the ijvear future,..tlie new building,
rfthtir\oMarnally or internally, whither
as to'snie or architectural pretensions,
is not'at all such aa this community
iiito! a right to expect. It in, in fact,
rather a shabby affair.
Tbe »ii ass.
The Beven candidates for New Westminster District have jointly issued a
cull for meetings uf the electors at the
following times and places:—Town
Hall, North Arm, July 12th, at 7:30
p.m.; Granville, July 13th, at 7:30
p.m.; Moodyville, July 14th, at 7:30
p.m.; Chilliwhack School Houso, July
16th, at 7:30 p.m.; Sumas Solio'ol
House, July 17th, at 10 ti.m.; St.
Mary's Mission, July 17th, at 7 p.m.;
Maple Ridge School. Tin use, July 18th,
at 7 p.in.; LftVigjoy (fcgflt) School
Houho, July lUtlV, tit 7 a.m.; Tjaiiglcy
(Prairie) School-TloitsV, 'July 19th, at
1 p.nt.: Surrey Town Hall, July 20th,
at 10 a.m.; McDougall's, Mud Bay,
July 20th, at f p.'te.; Trenant School
Housu, South Arm, Jirfy 21st, at 10
a.m. ,
Provincial Elections.
Nominations are tame affairs now-a-
days-j and those wliich took place hero
on Monday last freifo.ThotAbly so.
Iu tho City, Mr. Armstrong being
the only candidate, was 'returned by
acclamation. Thero were very few
present and no speechifying.
In the District, there was no lack of
candidates but scarcely anybody else
present. At J. o'clock the Returning
Officer (Mr. PeeJo) announced the following nominated.: Messrs. Black,
Dawson, Jsaft'tj, Kirklaud. T.--vliiel*, Orr
and Rolwt'-li.
He said that as there were seven
candidates aiid Vinly two seats, it was
hia duty to appoint a poll-, which Would
he held ttt the several polling places oil
the 24th inst.
This ended the proceedings, the
candidates reserving t>ir \Viitd   fuV
future use.
 .*—	
Maple Ul-tljrc lilc^iisliiK Court.
This Court, or rather an adjourned
meeting of it, was li'efd last week,
when a license for tlio salo of intox-
icatincr liquors was grunted to Mi*.
William Ross, Port Haney. The
Court was composed of t*V6 Reeve "of
thb Municipality (Geo. Howison,
Esq.), Wellitn^m Harris, Esq,; J. ?*.,
within tlio Municipality, and James
Mackio, Esq., J. P., of Langley, and
Wi D. Ferris, Esq., J. P., of Now
Westminster city. It appears that
tho Reeve strongly opposed the granting of the license, and the three. J. P.s
favored it, and so the license was
granted. It is in evidence that tho
applicant presented a petition in favor
of tho granting of tho license signed
by most uf tbe male residents, nnd
tbat the ReeVe had one signed by most
uf the female residents against it. Wo
are iu receipt of four communications
from Maple Ridge, detailing the facts,
and some of them asking the following questions, \Vlitch we shall answer
as we proceed:—
1. Has tho Court power tu adjourn?
T*y% *
2. Is it lawful tu sell liquor within
three miles of the CK._P, tt. fyftha
license g-anted after work has Btitrteu ?
—Yes, provided tile dominion authorities allow it,
.3, Can J. P.s outside corporation
sit in licensing court and over-rule the
Reeve ?—This iH an important question uf law to whicli we might huuitati!
to offer an opinion; but wo understand
legal authority has already given an
affirmative answer. ,
3. Can a license be giilttttid iu a corporation whore there is only one resident J, P.?- -Answer same as abovo.
The CliuretMiftn's Gazette,
The July number of this interesting
little visitor is beforo d% and contains
rather more than' the average aiildunt
of local intelligence, a brief Bhmmary
of which iii here placed beforo our
rondel's'.     . ,
On the 24th ult. rt meeting was held
at Maple Ridge t'i consider tho choosing of a Site aiid tho removal of the
Church building from Derby. Tho
offer of 'i aite by Mr. Georyo Howison
was unanimously accepted and committees wero appointed to arrango no-
tails and to provide funds ($400) for
removal An interesting account
of flood'*! doings at Chilliwhack aud
Sumas is given An interesting
report of the Committeo of Management uf St. .ttames' Church, Burrard
Julot,   is   published, from which it
would appear thiit liberal things are
done over thoro, and that thu Church
property is in a vory satisfactory condition.   Tho   financial statement appended to tlio report sltuwg receipts to
the amount of 01,200.(10, and expenditure 91,170.80, leaving a balance on
hand of 835.80...... .The  following
announcement is miide:—"Two motn-
bers of the Society of S. John tho
Evangelist, tlie Rev. Fiitho.' Shoppttrd
and tho Rev. Father Hall, are expected by tho next boat from Sun Francisco fur threo months' mission work
on the railroad.".. ;. .Aii interesting
paper on the subject of the 'contumacy" of Mr. Piliican, of MetliihllKtl.'t;
will produce feelings of sincere regret
in the minds uf Churchmen generally.
 The Gaze.tte also contains a vory
Interesting accdllnt df the reci-.it visit
Bishop
Washington T<
of tho Bishop nf Now Wtiftnilhstrt to
orritury,
Maple Kltlge Licensing Corirt.
Dcfors Gun. Hiwlion, W. 3,  llnnh,   W. th
I-'cn ih. nml ,l.u   Mnrkli*. i'm-it., J, Pa,
The1 adjourned meeting from the'
15th June met on the 8th July, when
Mr. William Rush1 application was
again considered.
Mr. Howison was strongly opposed
to granting a liconse to anyone.and
spoke at'some length upon tho evils of
introducing the salo of Hpiritut^us.
liquors into a farming community 1;|
Maple iRirlgw. At the B'ame time
mentioned the fact that the petition
handed in (in opposition to the granting of a liquor license) was signed by
the wifes of- almost every resident"
Within the municipality, and they (the
women) were really the parties who
would suffer from its introduction.
After due consideration, however,
the three other magistrates were iu
favor of granting Mr. R«ss a liueusc,
which was done accordingly.—Com.
Convent or St. Ann.
Distribution of Prizes and Rewards.
Tn our last issue wo noticed, the olos
ing exercise*! 'in connection with this
educational institution. The programme -pyerionted on that occHoiVj as
already observed, was a Very varied
and extensive one. It 'embraced'no
fewer than ,42 numbers, consisting
principally of vocal or instrumental
music, and, wo believe, no mojnbor of
the school was left without some part.
The distribution of medals, ribbons
a'nd prices waft mado by the Right
Rev. Bishop D'Herbomez, as follows
, Medals:—For good conduct'; Maggie
Ward; domestic economy, Lucy Ma-
girl; politeness, Annie Magit-I; 1st
course music, Maggie Rogers aud Kate
Arthur; 2nd course, Virgio English;
3Wt, Dolly Eckstein.
Ribbons oi1 uTerit(*—tttjrcy Magi'rr,
Maggie Ward, Annie Magfrl.
Ribbons of ExoELLBscft* ~ 1st
courso', Mfff&ie Rogers, 2nd, Lucy
Magirl and Slaggio Ward, 3rd, Nellie
Ward •.•And Louisa Rogers, 4th, Gertrude Falos.
. CHOWi**-*: — For fidelity to school
EuloB, Maggie Ward; gentleness nnd
iiulyliko deportment,JEmma Kennedy;
regular attendance} .Prion Young and
Gertrude Fales.
ritizfes.
X'or Christian doctrine, Annie Magirl; plain and fancy noodio work,
Magftie Witrrl.i fan'cy work, Luoy Ma-
g'iti; success in music junior department, Dolly Eckstein; vocal music,
Katie Arthur) nocdlo work, 'junior
class, L. English". . '
1st CduiwE*--Maggie Rogers', 1st in
rhetoric, history of France, astronomy,
tiook-keoping, composition/algebra.
2nd Course (1st Division)—Lucy
Magirl, 1st in grammar, history of
France, writirig, and tind in geography
Annie Magirl, 1st in geography, botany,
history of France', and 2'i'id ill arithme
tic; Albanie Rogers, 1st iu gruiuiucr.
botany, arithmetic, and composiiioti;
Mary Ktit'6 Gilligan, 1st in history of
France, geogt'nphy, reading, and 2nd
'-ii arithmetic, (2nd Division).—Maggie
Ward, 1st in grammar, geography
composition and arithmetic, aud lion
n**uble mention fur domestic economy
Emma Kennedy, 1st in American liis
tory, geography, writing, arithmetic;
Lucy Ueaty, 1st in American history,
geography, music, and 2nd iu arithmetic in the Snil course; Katio Arthur
1st in arithmetic and reading, 2nd ii
geography aud history; Virgte English,
1st in American history and reading,
idid 2nd in grammar and botany; Lizzie Copehuid, 1st in'AmoHcnii history
2nd in arithmetic, and 2nd in music in
tbe 3rd division; Florence Ferguson.
1st in grawiumr, 2nd in reading and
arithmetic; Annie Rogers, Ut iu gram
maraud in history and geography;
Annie Eiokhotn, 1st in French reading,
2nd in grainiimr and hiStnry^ Mimiiu
English., 2nd in geography1, reading
and arithmetic.
3rd Course (1st Division;—Nelly
Ward,-1st iu English history, Writing,
personal neatness, and And in reading;
Helen Wenster, 1st in spoiling, 2nd in
writing, and 2nd in music in 2nd Division; Annie Murray, 1st in grammar,
2nd in spelling and arithmetic} Halleu
Young, 2nd in raiding, spelling and
vocal musie>»Dolly Eckstein, 1st in
French spelling, 2nd in writing and
reading, and hoiioi-nhlo mention iu
fancy work; Mary Wise, Lit in reading, writing and vocal music- 2nd iu
FHiiifMi reading. (2nd Division)—
Louisa Rogers, 1st in fancy work and
spelling, 2nd in grammar; Kate Perkins, 1st in Christian doctrine and
geography, 2nd in spelling; Cornelia
i-trantford, 1st in reading, 2nd in spell-
itlg; Nancy McDonald, 2nd in reading
and writing; Constance Fittendrigli,
2.id ill reading and hoiioi-alile mention
fur ncodto work.
4th Course (1st Division)—Gertrude
Fales, 1st in arithmetic and spelling;
Mary Douglass, 1st in reading and
writing,, 2nd in needle work; Eva
Insley, 1st in spelling, 2nd in reading;
Annie Beaty, 1st ill Christian doctrine,
2nd ui reading, 3rd in needlework:
Laura English, 2nd in rending and
arithmetic, nnd honorable mention fur
needle work; Gertrude Young, 2nd in
reading, arithmetic and needle work;
Agnes Choquutt'e, Eva McDonald,
Floronuo Suter, Annie Gibson. (2nd
Divisbi.ii)—Ella Di^bJ-, Jenny McDonald, Maggie Maimiou, Emily Vcnner.
Fancy Work Ani; pMnlwhinKy.—
Piano cover in applique work (a very
pretty design well executed) oy LucV
aud Annie Magirl. Table cover in
erowel work embroidery, worked in
silk with garland of flowers} by Ma-jgie
Wunj. Raised work in Berlin wool-
it large cushioii, with deer and fawn
embossed; and a chair upholstered
with parrot nnd butterflyf,.encircled in
a garland of -flowers, by M. Lewis.
Drop window blinds; beautifully ornamented V'ith paintiuts iii.water-ooliil'.'ii
Ac.,byM. Lewis. . Ornamented hair
work, in flowifrs and jetvolry, it beRilti*
ftil work, by LUcy and /Initio Magirl.
Some of the samples of fancy work
wore very beautiful, and the paintings
whieh adorned the walls wero in many
cases very creditable lo iho pupils.
To MenHants  nnd  Business
Men}
■ Agents will visit yoii itt ftltont two or
three wiiokB with a'fu}l,.UHC of Rubber
Hand ntiimpit of supcripr quality and
local make, better than thoso now being
introduced from California. Save duty
and charges by resorving your orders
until you see samples, and then patronise HOME INDUSTRY.
R. T. Williams
jn28, lW;I k Gov't Sta.J Victoria.
.Scientific JHiscdlmtij.
A Prussian manufacturer has found
t!iat._treating the woods with ozone
gre&tly folds to the durability of pianos
used ih warm climates.
Fort ilaoj in. Britwh America, has
tfeen chosen as it British Government
sta'tion in tntj chain of circumpolar
scientific observations. The Swedes
have selected a site for their station at
Wylde Bay, in West Spitsbergen.
A newly-proposed plan for the ventilation of tunnels is the use of chemicals for absorbing tfre impurities of the
air. A "chemical lup£," bused upon
this principle, has been pj.it. to a satisfactory test in London by a number
uf scientists.
The sorrowful tree—so named because it flourishes only at night - -
grows upon tho island of Goa, near
Bombay. The flowery which have
a fragrant odor, appear soon after
sunset the year round, and cli-su up.
or fall off as tho sun rises.
When ocean cables tire raised so
many of the crabs, corals, snakef. and
other inhabitants (if lhe ocean bottom
aro drawn up with them that,cable-repairing has peon SiVggestetl ,03, a novel
method of dredging, of which it is
hoped some j;ompotent naturalist may
take advantage.
An important..facT. noticed by Dr.
Koch in tho, tubercle Bucillae, which
he has found to exist in all tissues
aftectod by tuberculosis, or ..consumption, is tliat tfioy are unaffoctetl by
neutral substances or strong mineral
acids. This peculiarity teaches that
alkaline solutions, which act upon and
destroy the parasites, are to be used
for disinfection and as remedies for
consumption.
Mr. St, Georgo Lane Fox predicts
that the incandescent electric lamps
will soon altogether supersede the arc
lights now so rapidly, coming into
general use for lighting streets and
large areas. Ho thinks " tho danger
to lifo from contact with tho wires
used for electric lighting purposes
may bo overcome by using low tension
outtents wliich aro harmless. As to
tiro risks, he believes that they can
only arisC froiu grofes carulo'isnesff.
Ilrltlsli Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe and Loch Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated safes are made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all the mrfdern improvements of
tlie best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including tlie Sargent Greeiileaf Dial
hock. Being o'f 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 dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on-application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2   M. W. Waitt&Co., Victoria,
Do not ,tak*! Sitrii vile trrisli ns cheap
Whiskey Bitters nnd stimnlats that only
pander to a depraved appetite. Burdock
Blood Bitters is a pure vegetable medicine, not a drink. It cleanses the blood
and builds up the system. Sample bottles 10 cents.
The worst Scrofulous Sores, the most
indolent Tumor, nnd the most foul Ulcer
known, tuny be cured by the combined
use of Burdock Blood Bitters and Bar-
duck Healing ointment. Ask your Druggist for these infallible remedies.
No person can enjoy lieali.1: while Buffering Constipation of the Bowels, Harsh
purgatives always do narm. Burdock
Blood Bitters is Nature's own Cathartic,
it regulates, purifies and strengthens the
system.    Trial bottle's t(J ceyfcs.
Bute Vmtlot,—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to La.S<u,£V & Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should be in every stable. nih2l)
SW Wc have just received from England
dire-it a fino line of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flies
made expressly for tins country, ami to
which the finest trout will rise.—T. II.
Pearson k Co.
NOTICE.
KOTOe; 1% HEREBY GIVEN
•ffi&ti two month.** after date, I, the
utidersigfteo, itniferfS to apply to the
Chief Com»'i^oii'*»ro( Lands and Works
for permission to.'iuiichase 100 or more
acres of Crown load, situated on Koeyc
Harbor, Fitz-Hugjj So-ii'itd,; B. C... Commencing at post myir .h^faliore, marked
A; thence Northerly,,,'.!) rlfains, to post
Bj thence Easterly, <t0 c.tuijpBj tp post
C; thence Southerly, o(l chains., jc post
D; thence Westerly, 40 chants alorig the
shore, to point of commencement.
No minerals are known to eJ-'&t tm this
land. ■-• •*
JOHN CLAYTON,
Victoria, B. C, loth May, 13S2.   jyl-^
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
LYTTON  S(|UARK,
HEW   WESTMINSTER,   E.   C.
HAVING JUST HECKIVEI) IN-
voices of NEW OJJODS nml
g desirous of clearing off' his stock of
Tweeds now on hand, the undersigned
V ill sell at first cost for cash,
jyo-lm
W. ELSON.
FOR   SALE:
npHia FOLLOWING:-
15 Fat Hogs,
lit Small Hogs,
1  White Chester Boar,
A, number of Horses,
1 Culling Box,
1  Platform Scale (capacity 1,000),
Alsft—for sale or IfctSB—the premises
iceently occupied by mo.
To be seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
New West., July 4, 1883.   ' jy5
If you would have a clear complexion,
a freedom from Blotches, Pimples, Boils,
and nil foul humors, purify and regulate
tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels
with Burdock Blood Ihtbrs: Trlltl Bottles 10 cents.
The best preventive and cure for Piles
nnd nll diseases caused by Constipation,
is Nnrilork Mood Hitters. Purifying,
Begulnting, nnd Tonic in its nction.
Sample bottles 10 cento. Largo bottles
one dollar.
Many suffer from supposed Organic
diseases of the heart, when tho trouble is
only nn irregularity in the circulation of
the vital fluids, which It unlock llloixl
Hitters will promptly remedy.
■tar Skipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
T; it. Pearson k Co.'s—Anv.
To the Electors or the DMrl-rt
of New Westminster:
(iicsTi.KMics"!-- After it.iich hesitation
I Jiavc consetltfd to bo dominated ns a
candidate lit the approaching election to
represent you iu tliu legislative Assem*
■'■>'■
A residence of upwards of twenty'fear
years in the District has given ido ample
opportunities of. tfccomitig lictpininted
with youi', wants, mill lias, at the same
time, enabled you to become aci-utimtcd
with inc. ,   , „
Fully nwaro of my pwn defects, I
would not, even under the strong pressure which has been brought to bear, permit myself to.lip placed iti such a position were I riot confident that, by earnest
attention mid hoiitist voting, I would bu
able, in somo measure at least, to further
tho interests of our District,
In common with most of you, 1 hnve.
on much in the policy of the (lovern-
ment nnd nets of the LcgjslatUM to condemn, nnd should 1 bo elected ns ono of
your representatives, any administration
earnestly setting it-self to work to right
past Wrongs nml do the best that can bo
done for the Province hs a whole and
this important district in pnrticuhir.shnll
have my support.
Hoping to ha* o an opportunity of
meeting most' of you before the day of
polling, nr.'d assuring you that, if honored
with ymir confidence, I shall enrnestly
endeavor to do my duty honestly nnd
faithfully, 1 am,
Your Obedient Servant,
jyl (iKOROK BUCK.
To the Electors of New West-
Mnkiit District)
Gentlemen:—I ani a candidate
for the representation of your District
in tbe Legislative Assembly; and although most of you are doubtless already aware of my views upon the
leading public questions of the day,
still il is lining that, in soliciting your
suffrages, I should make a bile/statement of my political "creed"—more
particularly in respect of those questions with which the next Legislature
may be exjoecfetl lb'deal.
TIIE   DRY DOCK.
The published reports of recent investigations into the management of
affairs connected with this work, while
showing a deplorable want of foresight and judgment, if not honesty, on
the part of tlie Government, amply
prove that a continuance of the same
policy would lead tlie country Into
serious financial distress.
, Ybu will remember that the dock
was specifically provided(ifor.Jn.th\e
Terms of Union, aiVd u li'icl no more
right to become a libarge upon the
Provincial revenue than dnV of the other works mentioned in tlicse Terms.
Indeed, it was upon tbe solemn assurance of the Provincial Government
tliat the dock "iv'QuMi.pOt cost the
Province a dollar! that tlie Legislature
was induced to sanction the scheme
which has led to such disastrous results.
JJpmi tips work has already been
squandered several hundred thousand
dollars of public money which should
have been appliecj towards the construction and maintenance of roads
and bridges and the establishment of
schools in the settlements; and according" to present appearances, tbe waste
ot our revenue upon the dock will exceed half a million before the work
can be brought to completion, tb say
nothing about perpetual demands for
maintenance.
It will, therefore, bp amongst tlie
most important pjuilcs of the Legislature todfcvlse some'means of lifting this
Intolerable burden entirely off the
shoulders of the Province.
CHINESE LABOR.
When in the Legislature, ten years
ago, I was the first to direct attention
lo what is now known as the.Chinese
Evil. With gteat ^difficulty I succeeded in having Chinamen excluded
from the political franchise.* The
very party now in power succeeded in
defeating my efforts to exclude them
from tbe country; and amongst those
who now talk the loudest iigalnst tile
Chinese I observe some who were at
that period the strongest opponents of
repressive measures. Had timely and
robust efforts been put forth there Is
no reason to dbut that, instead of a
yellow cuRSE-.n the form of ten thousand Mongolian slaves draining the
wealth of tlie country into the pockets
of their foreign Owners, we should have
bad a white ulkssisi! in the form of al
least an equal number of bur own
race, helping to xnrtch tbe country
and builu up happy and prosperous
communities.   ,.       -, „   ,
To devise and .apply a remedy for
this now universally admitted evil will
constitute one of the problems with
which the new Legislature will be
called upon to deal. Reboot effort in
that direction has never risen higher
than political clap-trap and .street-
corner declamation.
REP. RV HOP.
The doctrine of Representation In
or according to population-the ole!
war-cry of Ontario tliirty years ago -
is one which must commend itself to
every fair-minded person, although
there may be circumstances tinder
which its lull application would scarcely be practicable. Tbe time has coifl»j
when there should be a nearer approximation to that principle !n llri*
tisb Columbia.
During the last Legislature wc saw
FIFTEEN electors in Kootenay B-sdub
ing to the House exactly the attinc
number of representative,*-. tlut-EH.in
llUNTiREp electors iq the Valley of
the Fraser were allowed to send! An
attempt to,give your District some
approximation ..to, the representation
tq which Its vbljnjr power and immense resources entitled it was defeated by the casting vote of a partisan
Spcakerj ahtl yet the men who perpetrated tha't glaring act of injustice
have tlie. assurance to ai>k you for a
fresh lease of power! ,     ,,
Such monstrous inequalities ,in the
representation of tbe country musl be
remedied; and should I '.have the
honor of being elected   as   one o'
your representatives, I shall make It
my especial business to! insist upoh
justice bein^ done to your important
District in tin's respect,
. fiscal .ppLicy. ' '■'.
Through the "laziness and incompetency of those in -power the fisca.1
affairs of the country,.have been allowed to drift into a condition the rer
verse of satisfactory. The wretched
patchwork of upwards'of a decade
must be replaced by something deserving the name.of "policy."
At present) .'-How to raise most
revenue with least trouble" would"
appear to he the problem with whicji
tlie Government lias been wrestling';
and [ thei'cfons'equence is that, while
taxation falls with crushing severity
ijpi5iV> farmers—the very class wliicfa
;fi'iOiildAie t\tosl lightly taxed-^rthe least
■jiroduenve classes escape almost scot
Ire-iis    i     i   - -■■;■■:.■. iV
TiNal'oit is inevitable. Revenue it>
essential. -But U should he the earnest eiKlenQT_qf a Go,yerj.imeiil to so .
apportion taxation as 'that it shall fay
lightest upon the industrial classes,
and so expend rcvenue^a's,tliat t|i"e'per!r
manent interests pT tli.xc^uhtfy snail
be promoted. The wnbl^JTscjil■fa.brfjc
of the Province needs reconstruction.
I'UIJLIC WORKS.       i.      C.i
It is admitted on all sides tbat the
Public Works of the country have
been allowed to fall into a condition
little short of disgraceful! Much .
care and attention will be required to
remedy this stale of things. A judicious, iIiourIi not necessarily heavy,
expenditure ought to take the place of
unwise and rVrJnotts parsimotfy.
Education. .  *
While believing in a comprehens/ye
system of state education which shall
meet the reasonable wants of every
settlement*, I feel bound to condemn'
some things done under ,the present
svstem—more especially, tliVprovision
by which tlie children ot tli'e wealthiest, and, consequents, least necessitous, community receive a free high
school education Vt die, expense of the
taxpayers, while those of settlers (the
most important element) are-Ip-many
instances left absolutely, without any
provision whatever for the education
of their offspring. .   .
administration of justice.
Judges are made for tbe People,-*-*-
not the People for the Judges; and
the Legislature should insist uport
such a disposition of the Judges as
\VilI most conduce to the public welfare.
There should also be established
without delay such a scale of remuneration for petit jurors and crown
witnesses as will be equitable and just
to all classes of Her Majesty's subjects.
ISLAND   RA*'LiVAY.     , ,,
Through the glaring incapacity and
inexplicable chicanery of those enf*
trustffd with the conduct of affairs, the
island Hallway-, question probably
never was in a less satisfactory condition than it is to-day.
While 1 feel assured that there i.s.
no disposition on this side of the Gulf
lo see thos£ pn the bther side deprived of any possible advantage that
might accrue from the construction of
that railway, yet it is quite certain
that any attempt to make it a, charge
cither directly or consequentially upon
the Provincial revenue, or to make it
in any way interfere with the completion or terminus of tbe Canadian Pa?
cific Railway, would meet with a very
determined opposition.
OUR federal relations'' .,
While strongly asserting the Provincial autonomy, it should oe the aim
of our Government and Legislature
to cherish and maintain relations of a
friendly character with a friendly Federal Administration, and avoid useless
and expensive appeals from its deliberate and authoritative decisions, as
far as is consistent with the just claims
of the country. To maintain at considerable expense at Ottawa an "Agcnt-
Gcncral" whose services are of doubt*-
ful utility, whose eccentricities arc -
liable to "place the Province in a false
position, and. whose extreme sectionalism must disqualify hiti1* as a representative of thb WHOLE* Province, is',
to say the very least, unwise. It is
contrary to the genius of our institution's arid unfair to-our constitutional
representatives in the Federal Parliament.
RAILWAY MATTERS GENERALLY.
The work of constructing the Canadian Pacific Railway, so long delayed,
is now making satisfactory progress
—although one class of labor cmplbyetl
is anything but satisfactory^— ijnd there
is every reason to hope thati lac'prS'.
the Legislature now about to be con-.-
stituted shall have run Its natural course
that railway.will span tlie G^inGnU
Many new.nicasures of a-.proftiTssjve
character will 'Undoubtedly be necessary, to meet the altered and ever improving condition of the country,  .
Whether one looks to the present ex=
tremely unsatisfactory condition of
affairs, superinduced by a too long
term In office of unscrupulous men, or
at the not distant future so pregnant
with important results and momentous
possiblluie:-., One Is constrained to admit that the supreme eyoclt in the
history of our Province is near; and
that It ever there was a tithe*when the
services of the country's <bcat men
were needed to guide lhe ship of stale,"
it is now.   ■
It will therefore be your duty and
your Interest to select such representatives as poshess the ability, the fore-i
thought and the energy to place public
affairs upon such a sound and healthy
basis as will lit the Province to enter
upon the new order of things with advantage to itself and credit to the grea$
Dominion of which it is destined tb
become so Important a part.
There never was—there never way be—
nn election fraught with such imporutnfi
ebnsejjtienoos —ttmseifueuces not only
vitally affecting the piwi-nt but projecting fur into the future*! Wid- adapting to
the present occasion tho immortal words
of quo of tii1- world's bravest men, P»i itinh
Columbia* expects that overy elector thin
day will dojiis duty!        .,
There ai;u miiuy otllptj questions)
amongst th-rij ,|jiu establishment of ,-t
Ri'^stj-y OHicv i-itlfyiW YvWnlnster, the'
croatitm of steam (ernes at several points
on (li;, fjver, nnd fhe prevention or
tinicl.Iiiratioii of Hood*-; oi! tlie Lower Fra-
scr. wl-Mi I .hope soon t" discuss verbally with yo|i, j JJi tho iiieantimo I
would earnestly impress upon yeft the*
importance of rcoordhig your votes./oi>
flouii! candidate. The latwri the votu
polled tin- stronger will the P^iriot and:
its ropri'sciiUttivi'M stand. Lkt ..very
vote in; roLLunl
Homing soon to have the opportunity
of meeting you and discussing more fully
the.vaHoii!* topic.** which agitate the public mind, I am,
Tour Obcdii-nt Servant,
, JNO. 110BS0N.
Vow1 Wttfantaiter, Tuly 4; 1?82.      jy5 face," sbo might have said with Maximo, "tho poor young man," "pour lui
oter son air de spectre." And by dint
of courage site partially succeeded,
even in that dark hour. She succeeded
in convincing herself that she could
meet her lot, and battle with it hmid
to hand. Sho did more; sho conjured
up a, dream in which she saw how joy
might be extracted from this woo-
not that it over would be--but sho
could picture circumstances under
which 'it might be. For example,-she
reflected:
"They say there ia a silver lining to
every cloud. I know what would line
my cloud with silver—if I could ever
do Bernard Aglionby some marvelous
and unheard-of service; procure him
some wonderful good which should
make the happiness of his whole life,
and then, when ho felt that he owed
everything to mo, if I could go on tny
knees tq him, und tell him all; see him
smile, aud hear him Bay, "It it forgiven," then 1 could live or die, and
be happy, whichever I had tn do."
A calm and beautiful smile had
broken over tho fixed melancholy of
her conntenaiice. It faded away again
as she thought, "And that h just what
I shall never be allowed to do. Does
he not say himself that thero is no
forgiveness; f»r every sin the punishment must bo borne. And I must boar
mine."
Tho dusk had fallen, the air was cold
with tho autumnal coldness of October. Judith, after deciding that she
might keop her secret to herself for tonight, went downstairs to meet her
mothor nud sisters with what cheer
she might.
Aglionby, casting one lust look after
Rhoda's figure as it disappeared, turned hia horse's head, and drove homo-
ward, dreamily. Not a fortnight—not
ono short fourteen days had elapsed
sinco ho had been summoned hither—
and how much had not taken place
since ? Ho could not havo believed,
had any ono told him earlier, that he
had ao much flexibility in his character as to be susceptible of undergoing
the change which certainly had taken
?laco in him during that short timo.
n looking back upon his Irkford life,
it appeared like an existence which lie
had led, say ton years ngo, and from
wliich ho was forever severed, Tho
men and women who had moved and
lived in it, trooped by, in his mind like
figures in a dream; so much so, indeed,
that he presently dismissed them as
ouo does dismiss a recollected dream
from his head, and his thoughts reverted to tho present; went back to
the parlor at Yoresett House, to Mrs.
Conisbrough's figure reclining in her
easy-chair, and to the figures of his
three "cousins." All over again, and
keenly as ever, ho felt tho pain and
mortification ho had experienced from
Judith's fiat as to tlieir future terms.
"By George," he muttered, "I wonder how I over submitted to it! I can't
understand it--only sho can subdue
me with a look, when anyone else
would only rouse mo to moro determined opposition."
Arrived at Scar Foot ho entered tho
house, and in the hall found more
cards on tho table, of neighboring
•gentry who had called upon him. Ho
picked them up and read them, and
smiled a smile such as in his former
days of bitterness had often crossed
his face. Throwing himself into an
easy chair, ho lighted his pipe, and
gave himself up to reflection.
"I must decide on something," lie
thought. "In fairness to Lizzie I must
decide. Am I going to live here, or
am I not 1 I should think tlie question
was rather, 'can I? will Lixzicf Of
course I must keep tliu liouso on, here,
but I know Lizzie would not bo happy
to livo here. Two houses ? ouo hero
and one at Irkford? How would that
do? Whether Lizzie liked it or not* I
could always fly hero for refuge, when
I wanted to dream and bo quiet. I
could como bore alono, and lisli—and
when I was tired of that, I might go
to Irkford, and help a little in political
affairs.   Perhaps somo  day I  might
catch... .my  cousin  Judith in   a
softer mood, and get her to hear reason." Ho looked around the darkening room and Btartod, There was tho
soft rustle of a dress—a footfall—a
hand on the door—his eyes strained
eagerly toward it. Judith always used
to como down in the twilight. She
enters. It is Mrs. Aveson, come to
enquire at what tune ho would like to
dine. Ho gives her the required information, and Binks discontentedly
back into his chair.
"The fact is," he mentally rosumod,
"I am dazed with my now position; I
don't know what I want and what I don't
want. I must have some advice, and
that from tho only poison whoso ad-
■ vice I ever listened to. I must write
to Aunt Margaret."
(Aunt Margaret was hia mother's
sister, Mrs. Bryco. a widow.)
"I boliove," he then began to tkink,
"that if I did what was best—what
was right and iny duty—I should boI
things in train for having this old
place freshened up. I wonder what
Judith would say to that—site has
no ver known it other than it is now—
and then I should go to Irkford, tell
Lizzie what I'd done, ask hor to cliooso
a houso there, and to fix tlio wedding,
and I should get it all over as soon as
possible, and settle down.,, .and lhat
ts exactly wlmt I don't want to do....
I wish I knew somo one to whom J
could tell what I thought about my
cousins: some ono who could answer
my question about them. I cannot
imagine Judith asking tilings-she was
not warranted in asking—and yet,
blindly to submit to her in such an important matter "
Ho Bpent a dreary evening, debating,
wondering, and considering- did nothing that had about it even tho appearance of decisiveness, oxcopt to write to
Mrs. Bryco, and ask hor to sacrifice
herself, and como into tho country, to
jfive him hor company and hor counsel,
"both of which I auroly need," wrote
this young man with the character for
being vory docidod and quick in his
resolutions. As to othor things, ho
could make up bis mind to nothing,
and arrived at no satisfactory conclusion. Ho went to bed feeling very
much nut of temper, and he too dreamed a dream, in which reality mid fantasy were strangely mingled. He seemed to seo himself in the Irkford theater, with "Diplomacy" being playod.
He was in the lowor circle, in evening
dress, aud thought to himself, with a
grim littlo amilo, how cosily ono adapted one-self to changed circumstances.
Besido him a figure was seated. Ho
had a vague idea that it was a woman's
figure—his mother's—and he turned
eagerly toward it. But, nu! It was his
grand father who was glaring angrily
toward a certain point in the upper
circle, and Bernard also directed his
glance toward that point, and saw,
seated side by side, bis friond Percy
Golding and Liz/.io Vane. Thoy looked jeoringly toward him, and ho, for
some reason, or for none—liko most
dream reasons- felt a sudden fury and
a suddon fear seize him. Ho strovo to
rise, but could not. His fear iind his
anger wore growing to a climax, and
tbey at last seemed to overpower him,
ivhon hu saw Mrs. Conisbrough suddenly appear behind Percy and Lizzie,
laughing malignantly. It thou seemed
to him that in tho midst of his fury,
ho glanced from her face toward a
large clock, whicli lio was not in tbe
least surprised to see was fixed iu tlio
very middle of the dross circle. "Ten
minutes past ten," bo ho read tho
lingers; and his terror increased, as ho
thought to himself, "Impossible! It
must bo much later!" And ho turned
to the figure of his fraud father by hia
side, perfectly conscious though he was
that it was a phantom. "Shall I go to
thorn?" ho inquired. "Yes," replied
tho apparition. "But the lime!" continued Aglionby frantically, and again
looked toward the clock, "Ten minutes
to two," bo read it this time, and
thought, "Of course! a much moro appropriate timet" And turning onco
more to tho phantom, lio put tho question to it solemnly, il8hall I go to
ihcmr
"N—no," was the roluctant response.
With that, it seotnod as if ths horror
reached its climax, and camo crashing
down upon him, and with a struggle,
in the midst of wliich ho heard the
mocking laughter of Lizzie, Percy, and
Mrs. Conisbrough, lie awoke, in a cold
perspiration.
Tho moon was shining into the room,
with a clear, cold light. Aglionby,
shuddering faintly, drew his watch
from under his pillow, and glanced at
it. Tito fingers pointed to ten minutes
before two.
"Bah! a nightmare!" he muttered,
shaking himself together again, and
turning ovor, ho tried onco more to
sleep, but in vain. Tho dream and its
disagreeable impression remained with
him in spite of all his efforts to shake
them off. Tlio figure which, be felt,
had been wanting to cojtvert it from a
horror into a pleasant vision, was that
of Judith Oohisbrouglt. But after all,
ho was glad her shape had not intruded
into such an insane phantasmagoria.
Tho following afternoon ho drove
over to Danesdale Castle, to return
tho call of Sir Gabriel and his boh.
It was tho first ime he had penetrated
to that part of tho Dale, and ho was
struck anew with tho exceeding beauty
of tlie country, with tho noble forms
of tho hills, and abovo all, with the
impressive aspect uf Danesdale Castle
itself. There was an old Danesdale
Castle—a grim, half-ruined pile, standing "four-square to the four winds of
heaven," with a tower at each corner.
It was u landmark and a beacon for
miles around standing as it did ou a
rise, and proudly looking across the
Dale. It was famous in historical associations; it bad been tlio prison of a
captive queen, whoso chamber window,
high up in the third story, commanded
a broad view of lovely lowland country,
wild moors; bare-backed fells. Many
a weary hour must she have spent
there, looking hopelessly across those
desolate hills, and envying tho wild
birds which had liberty to fly across
thorn. All that was over now and
changed. "Ctistlo Danesdalo," as it
was called, was nearly a ruin, a portion
of it waa inhabited by sumo of Sir Gabriel's, tenantry; a big room iu it was
used for a ball for the said tenantry in
winter. Tho Df.nesdalos had built
themselves a fino commodious mansion
of red-brick, in Queen Anne's time, in
u noble park nearer the rivor, and
thero thoy now lived in great slate and
comfort, and allowed the four winds
of heaven to battle noisily and wtither
wearily around thu ragged towers of
their fathers.
Aglionby found (bat Sir Gabriel was
at homo, and as ho entered, Randulf
crossed tlie hall, saw him, and his languid face lighted with a smile of satisfaction,
"Woll mot!"' said ho, shaking
his band. "Come into tho drawing-room, and I'll introduce you to my
sister. Tell Sir Gabriel," ho added to
tlie servant, and Aglionby followed
him.
"For your ploasuro or displeasure,
I may inform you that you have boon
a constant subject of conversation at
my sister's kettle-drums for tho last
week," Randulf found timo to say to
him, as they approached the drawing-
room) "and as thoro is ono of those
ceremonials in full swing at the prosont moment, I would not be you."
"You don't speak in a way calculated to add to my natural ease and grace
of manner," murmured Bernard, with
a somewhat sardonic smile, a gleam of
mirth 'in his eyes. Sooth to say be
had very vague notions as to what a
kettledrum might be; and he certainly
wiih not prepared for tho spectacle
which greeted him, of some seven nr
eight ladies, young, old, and middle-
aged, seated about thu room, with
Miss Danesdale dispensing toa at u
table in the window-recess.
An animated conversation was going
on; io animated that Randulf and
Aglionby, coining in by a door behind
tho company, were not immediately
perceived except by ono or two persons. But by the time that Mr, Danes-
dale bad piloted his victim to thu side
of tho tea-table, every tongue was
silent, and every eyo was fixed upon
thorn. They stood it well—Bernard
because of his utter unconsciousness
of the sensation his advent had created
amongst the ladies of tho neighborhood; Randulf, because he was naturally at ease in tho presence of women,
and also because ho did know all about
Aglionby and his*importance, and was
well aware that ho had been eagerly
speculated about, and that moro than
ono matron then present, bad silently
marked him down, oven iu advance, it I
her book of "cligibles." Therefore it
was with a fooling of deep gratification,
and in a louder voice than usual, that
ho introduced Aglionby to his sistor.
{To lio Con tinned.*
iW T. R. Pearson k Co. have just received direct from tho manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
including Letter* presses, kc
m»mmmmmm n iiTiiiBiifi
CL   Gh
MAJOR
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets fhd
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, 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 & white.
QUILTS and Conn-
terpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
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, lined and
imlined.
HVXHt-rTKIITG
III (irnllemon's  riirnlsliliis floods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BIST.
In firoceriBS and Provisions
Everything the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If you want n flood nrticlo,
go to C. (1. MAJOR'S i if you mint things
cheap, lint" cultiw," why, goolsowhoro-
ITEM—What ovorydoily says must ho
true ; and if tnio, then tho handsomest
display of Valuable (infills, Silver ami
PllltC, is undoubtedly to he found nt
C. G. MAJOR'S,
oox.tj"m:bia.  btbeut,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR.
McColl's Store, HolhrooU's Stouo
liuilding,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
J. A. B.
Heneral Ooimnission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
.   (neap. drill shed).
Residence—Merivale Street.
&ORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c,
NEW WESTMINSTER
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT • LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &0.,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia street, Opposite Hy
ack Hall, Now Westminster, li. C.
JAMES   MOEEISOST,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER!
C 0 L U M B I. A   STREET,
(0|>->. Colonial Hotel)
NEW   WES Til INSTKR
etarSovpral gootl Verms for Sale ntid to
Leitsc, no ID
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, - VICTORIA.
North Brills!! -ind Mcrciintllo
insurance Co. lor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
Illi Finshnry Cirous,
London, IC. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
Housb, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS.
Agent for tiie TltAVEM.ro* I-< Still-
ANOK €0., ol' lliirtroril, Conn.
New We.tlllllHlei-, It. 0.
0.1. MfiNAU&HTEN,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
Fon Sale.
All kiwis ill <;ol.l> nml S1I.VME JEW-
DI.SIV   liiaile tn unlet*.
ETRUSCAN DOLOFIINC, CCLD a SILVER PLATIHC.
i:ii!:imeinent   am!   tffilillnu;  itiim. ;.
*ineelull,v.
BZT Wntchcs   anil   Jewelry   carefully
repaired. OM Gold nail Silver bought,
jtiyttc
Every Man to his own Business
-<&..   PEBLE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMI8T& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPT. COLONIAL IIOTKL),
NEW  WB8TMXN8TER,  B. 0.
Physicians' rresei-lnlloin nml Family llrrlpes n Specialty.
  .
N. B. — Only llcnuino Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience,    inr28
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RliSTS,  DEBTS,  AC,  C0i,l,K(TKD,
LoniiH Negotiated, nnd n General
Agency liuuineas trnnsnctotl,
AOKNT.S  FOIl TIIK
l'hcnii Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, ami tlie
Equitable lire Assurance Society
or the United Staler,.
< oi mint  sunn.
NEW WESTMINSTKU,   B. C.
P. 0. Box 40.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THK Brltlsli Columbian, the
Newspaper on tlio Mainland of llrit-
isli Coliimfila.   Only SI a year,
BROTHERS,
i i
j
IMPORTERS &
lltLIUIil
-DEALERS IN—
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STKEET,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in tlltiaboVe
i*iiic3 nml liy
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We nre prepared to lill orders to the
Ti*hi1*! in tlie following (ioodri:
TEAS,
SUGABS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,' .
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Cnnillcs, Rice, Syrup, Cheese,
Dried fruits. Canned Goods,
Vinegar. Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BR CMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And nil other Goods in tho Oratory and
1'rnvision Lino.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
T.*t iiflllod to the nmlcrnotcd Gofltlgt ou
which tht* most UBI5RAL INDUCEMENTS will lie oiltircd to the
Tmdo, un wo are
SOLE
Agents for BritisliColuiMa
GOOD AS GOLD BAK1XG PCIWDLR
Tlie Dent and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and l'uro.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the   Largest Sizo nnd Hest
Tobacco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.!
^*£TJEai£ie£^a£a*»CiiL__^
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or-*-
■-^FOll—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   THE—*
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $V2~t 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .§3 00 to S-t 00 § day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
SuaolOAa  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50    '-
Blacksmiths,    lat
class  3 00 "
BlncksinithH,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith  Helpers  1 50 to   2 00     "
Drillers   1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers  1 50 to 1 75     ,(
Hewers, Istclnss   3 50 "
ChoppcnOHt class 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish tlieir own
Chest Tools.
All Employee.") to find themselves Bed,
Board nnd Lodging.
Boarding Houses will he convenient
along the Line.   Board- $-1 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to bonrd in the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on tlie
10th of each month.
A.   ONDEKDONK,
Cknkuai, Manackh.
Oi-tick or Tin; CoNTiiAcrmis,
Canadian Pacific Railway,,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
DR. SPIlEf & GOVS
DJSl'ENSARl,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FKANCISCO/CAL.
ihR. SPINWEY, wolUtiiowii ns th* ronn,
■J> <Jcr»rt1iuM»uln*:il. i'C. K.) Mi..|i<-*il Insli-
tutu, nwllatt* h*o|irii'lor "I tl.,. M'lXN I.Y VILLI;
lNi-.HSlAI.V, wmilil mewl rwiw't hilly Iiii-u-m
hlx ->i,11i'iilH awl ltit> nflllcti'd >!i*nt*:-ii!],vt lliitl lit-
nllll I'oiithnioa la Irani riii-'inlcand nmVoiis din-
unmiiivitli ■injmmlli'lDd sttcfcotM,
LADIES  AND  GENTLEMEN.
lit-iiii'miii'i* that nroRraitliiatlnn in tin* llilcf of
tlinu rn.
COME- AND DE HEALED.
Tt innttrr-t not wlmt yniir troiibtcn mny lie. conn.'
and let thu Doctor extimlnn vour own It will
cunt yon ii.-'tlilnj- fni* cuniii.ttitloii, ho plotuto cnll
and -futility y*iursi)!ra. wlmtliM- tint Doctor iiinlci--
HtanrtN yiniri-nnc. If tiu can miri* you lie ivillti'll
yi.lt ■*"! ir not, lio wlH toll yon Mint, for lio will
not uudorttOcu a wwe liijltws Im In uautl-Jont ot cf-
1'i'i-iinirn r.uni.
l'urtlc* ut a .llfitniifo wiflilitFi treatmont, liy
HotnlliiK $Sii nnd u minute iliwrlpUnn nf Un-lY
troulili-H will reiM-Jvo In return, n full eoiirsti nf
limit ment uociirolj "incited no tin not lo oxcitu cu-
rltHity.
OK. SI'INSEY will enn tan tn; to torMt Vivo
Ilnmln-d Dollars Inr every eat-e of any |{Jn|l or
i-liaiaclei wliirii lit* mnlei-L.ties nml fails It- c.nn>.
|>. H.—Por AluenwH of fdtort Stiinrttngi n full
ci'iir*"? of medicine!*, unllU-ieiit for a euro, witli
all iurtlnu-llmm, will hv Mint lo iitlj* mlili-ci*-. on
receipt of $10.
Cnlltir Adih'pfr*
Dr. SPINNEY to CO.,
P2S-1.V      No. II Koiinioy.8t.,8iin ""'ntinr.i--.-n,Cnl.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOR SKUVICK
during the season of 1882, on
the Farm of tliu undermined, Cliilli-
whnek, nnd at Lanpley, Liuliu'r'n Landing, and Maple llldgo.
Oregon 1*binor waa foaled in Oregon:
will be (i years old in Mny; ia a dappled
gray* btaiuls H'i hands high) weighs 1(175
His. at present, will weigh about 1880 lbs.
during season; is very gentle, very fust
walker, good trotter, and a powerful
borne in harness. He wns sired by W.
Myor's imported I'ercheron — "White
Prince." OftBOON 1'iu.ncb won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and is the largest horse
on the nminlnud of liiitish Columbia.
TK11M3-S10, §15, nnd 820. Pat-trios
from a distance Bending mares will bo
entitled to free piisturage for one month.
R. STEVENSON,
jnyMtc CllilUwllttok.
PATENTS
We continue to net as Solicitors for Pat
ents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrights,
etc., for the United States, Cmiadn.Cuba,
England, I'Ynnce, Germany, etc. Wc
lmvo hndthlrty-flvc years experience.
Patents obtained through us arc noticed in the Scikntifk! Amkkican. This
largo nnd splendid illustrated weekly
paper,' $3.20 a year, shows tlio Progress
of Science, is vory interesting, mul has
nn enormous circulation. Address,
MUNN k CO., Patent Solicitors, Pub
lishcrsof St'iUNTiKid Amkhkian, 37 Park
Row, New York. Hand book about Patents sent fruo. tits 1 '1-
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL
WILLIAM McCOLL
T)EGS TO INFORM HIS;NDMEli-
)    mis p;iIrons tlmt he bus removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone B'iiildihg
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will bo found, as usual, a com*
pleto ftssoi-tincnt of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Good:., Ac, Ac.
Wlifcli will lie sold nt tlio LOWEST
1'OSSlliLU EEIOE8 for Cosh. .     .
ilo tliniiUs liis frk'inls for tlieir past
liberal putronngc ami hopes for a con-
timuuiL'c of the same. .  ftilil
H. W. HUGHES,""
& Book Agent,
NEW AVESTMINSTEE, B.C. /
A6ENT   "FOR
Torofito V.V1-1.Y Mull $| 00
Tnroiiti'tViililyOlcl'c  ] 00
Mmitrri.l lli-nil-l A W.-i*t;lv SMr  1 00
Mii-ilir-.. W...-1-ly Wltnrs-*: , J ll)
Pelenlilk Anicilcnii 3 *>r,
Pnitlinli Aiiiril.-mi.t mil  3 no
fiitiiFniiie.fTi.lliill-'tlii  2 B0
IIiir|M-r*M Mn-i:i7iiit- mul Wnelily, oaoh -4 on
OoiIpv'u t.-ittlfV ll-"!*  2 00
Sim Frnnoinco Wooklv Cull (10 l-mi|« frM.,.. 1 8T
Frank T,eslic'n r-ibliciitionn nt PnMWior'a .'rirM.
Trctiiml uf To-Ilnv ,  t fttl
LIviih imil Portrait*, nf friVw pf Pra-salontt* of U.S.
And nny otln-r pnnr-i's nr Mn-sizlnca of impnrttnro
in Ounnilaoilii tlicUnftr[1.8lnti'H.   TlieittilMln
BHHlrl PURR U |ot (if HPl'lIf* llllll  •■lfllllf', VlftlMl- tit till)
Mt'L*liiit]li;'nliittlitnit!. Till* nliovu nre nil t.tTt*rt*iI nt
tlio mime )iiirp.i rlmrgMl Ity imtolt.nt.-ii. m> tho
nortticr v.Hi tiiipli- tl... Mooiti-t- tin- iiitiicr ulll iiitIvp.
Ajii-iit for IVi.rlil I'iiMiHiii.»C...,fMtiliiti,Ont..
nml A. h. Hiuioroft & Co,, Snn Frttnclsro,
HJSN11YW. lltUlrtlW, AsMt,
mill Niiw M'eKlittliwtrr, fl, C.
ft'/)- Clui'l-iii nrpit»*!»*=■ lit'Mt niuilt*. Pnrtlnilitrs tm
cnijiiir.V.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
XS TV St X> A I> X3 Xt
1 DVTHRTISING
kn&Zr ^d -mi <sc: tst
Koomn 20 and 2!, 3f*?rchnntft* Ex-
change, Ciilif'onilii St., S. 1., L'ul.
N" H.-AnVKItTISIIVT; KOMC1TBD
.   for nil ni'Mflwliorii piiltllnlti-tl mi tlit- hirltlo
CtNMt, IliclSniiilwinlilfliliiils, I'.il.vm-fhi, HtixlitUI
I'tri-tti, t-jiri:iiiin, Vn||i!ii'iiiin,, ,lnjntn, Cliilin, New
7,i-nliiinl. tii*. A ttst ml in n Cttlotilei*, tho Knutnrti
Sliitc tout Kiii'.)|'ii. Kile-* nf ntMrlv (•vfi-yni"*'**
I'npi'i- unltlitiht'd on tlm I'm-itk Cwwt lire kopt
i-i.tnl imly oil Uiinil nml nil ihIvui'IIhihh nrw
ulluwi'il Irwe iiccms to lln'in dliritiu itiihinenii hours,
i Mont tho
To DisRABRS, CoMptMNTS aed Acaoserrs
whicli Hauvahu's Yhli-ow On. is Eiiertn-
teeil to cine or relieve either in Man or
Dhast.
TAKEN MTEMMUY FOR
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SOKE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac
kWUtO (XTEBNSUV F05 .
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
j SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
| LAMENESS,
OONTRACIIOXS
1 LUMB.WO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
P.RUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXINBACK,
PAIXInBIDEfJU.
Every bottle fruerentced to give satisTac.
| tion or money refunded,
OHE0TI0KS WITH EACH BOTTLE. PBIOl 9S&
.KItBTOH a 00., Pwprlrtors
TOltONTO, ONT.
TIIE GREAT ESGLIS1I REMEDY
Iainiovpr-fnillnjj
Cure fnr Ncrv-
n»sl)p.iiiity,Ex-
liflitBtt'd Vi'inlily
of n ii j* k i n tl,
Wciikm-Bs, Piir-
alyg.g, nnd a)1
the terrililo ef-
fiTls otjouthTul
follies, and cx-
cpftscs li) niatnrer years.
DK. MINTIK will nerce to forMt
Fife llundrcil Bolliirs for a ense of
thia l;in'I Hie Vttlll Restorative (under
his Bpeolftl advito nmi treatmt'til)willnot
cure, or tor nnytlilrR impure orinjurioitB
found in it. DK. MISTIE •r#nm ali Dla-
1'iisca sticcoDsfully without mercury.
Consultation Tree. Thorough mnmi-
nntinti nml ildvlci?, $5-00. I'l ice of Vital
ItONtoratlYO, ?a-00 a holtle, or four
times iho qutiniity, $10-00; sent to any
tiilili-f?.** upon receiptor prico. orO I). [>.,
secure from ohservntion, ntid in prtvtite
tinine If desired, hy A. K. MINTIK,
M.IK
Those who ennnnt visit DK. MINTIK
in Sun Prnticleco sltonld send a full anil
tnintttestiUeinent o| their troubles wltH
$2ri-00, nnd in return a full uourse of
Medicine will bo bnvnrdcd, flecufely
packed; so ns not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine O. 0. D. must
he necompaiiied with $1.00 (ns a gunr»
iiittee of (rood fnltli), which wilt be deducted when the package la shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE rRTCE.-Seiit. on
iipplicntiim hy letter slating symptom?,
sex mid ngo. Cnmmiiiiientions strictly.
■•I't.li.ieiitial. ,    ,  jnjSMy
II Eiiiii-ite,t Mlreett HunI'miiitlsro, VeU
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
mHK UNDEnSIGNm) HAS FOR
J., said on reasonable terms a few half-
bred Ayrshire' yearling Hulls, sired by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
DDTPERIN,
The daniH being choice dairy cowa.
A. 8, VKDDKR,
jolt Sumas.

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