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Array Provincial Sbpr'ph
TH^ BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 18  rUIlLlrillEO—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— it v —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Ehtsahk to Editorial aiio Business Depabtmeht twiouch t. n.
Pearson & Cos. Book £ Stationery Store.
TfeHMS'-nv Mell, So s year i SI 50 for 0 inns, i
11 for.'l mos.; paynlile in Ailvii'nce.   Dellvercii
by OiiiTlor or Aftotit, $1 per qimrter, pnynplo
,     quarterly to Cnrrler er Ae;oiit,
mmssmM^nsmmmnmsmtma
,,    ,   . ACENTSl
T. N.'HiskK & Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Vale.
L. P. FISHER AtlvertlHlHK Agoflt, 21 Merclintit's
Kxcliniifto, Sen Krniielscti, Isnutliorlsod to receive
AilverllsoinentB for this peper.
TUIC DABFD muy bo foiinil on (lie nt
InlO rArCn "en. I'. Howell lOe.'s
Nowspnpor Advertising llnrenn (lit Sprnee 8t.)_,
where nHviirtlslliu contract, mav be Iniele Tor it 111
KliW VIHIK.
"She fvitisli Columbian.
"Snlui'lay Itlornlii-*', .Inly ■>», ISH*,\
What Is to* be Done.
A.trip through the settlements
recently devdatatnd by the unprecedented floods oannofc 'fail to impress
one with the necessity of doing
something towards alleviating present distress and averting future disaster. And here it occurs to us to
ask why no member of tho Govern,
ment has thought it worth while to
visit those localities. If the Ministers were too busy dovising means
to prolong their own existence,
surely they might have sent a commissioner or agent to investigate and
report. Indeed, if they had any
■proper feeling and consideration for
the settlers they would have extended help and relief at the time when
many of them w'ero struggling to
save their goods and cattle, ami
when the lives of whole families
were, in some iiistai-oi's, iu actual
peril. But it would seem us if no
more attention was paid to the mutter
than if the Hooded districts had been
in the South Sea Islands. The question now is, What shall be dono towards alleviating the present condi
tion and, if possible, guarding against
recurrence of similar disaster? There
•probably aro instances iu wliich
direct persorai Velief otiglib to be
extended to individual Bottlers, And
careful enquiry should have bee'i
"made long ngo, with a view to ascertaining the exact state of affairs in
this respect. We aro inclined to
think, however, that the best way to
extend relief to nll would bo the
adoption of prompt and*energetic
Measures for repairing damages—reconstructing tho roads and bridges
Which have beon destroyed. If tho
Government would only so arrange
matters as that vigorous work on
the roads aud bridges within tlio unfortunate districts would commence
immediately after harvest) and thus
afford tliose settlers desirous of obtaining work an opportunity of finding it right at homo, a double object
would be gained. The-uuforttmiUo
Bettlers would have all opportunity
bf earning money with which I'd
tide over the winter, without tlio
disadvnntilgo   of going awny from   tliat'inot.hoaione experienced the Bon*
Volume 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1882.
Ntfk-EH 9
©ur Sfori).
(Continued!.)
Then ho found Philippa Danesdalo
standing near him, also lonlciilg on.
{To the last day of hia lifo ho remembered evory incident and dotail of that
evoning as if they had happened yes*.
torday.)
'•You do not dance, Mr. Aglionby ?"
inquired Philippa.
"Very badly. I should not liko to
inflict myself as a partner on any of
the ladies liore."
'"Then will you give mo your arm to
the drawing-room ? I just camo to see
that Itandulf was doing his duty; Imi;
I know that my guests have not yot
all arrived."
Bernard gave her his arm, and thoy
returned to tho drawing-room. lie
remained by hor sido, conversing with
her in tho intervals of receiving her
guests; by-and-by the music iu the
ball-room ceased. The drawing-room
was at thia time almost empty, and
still ho stood, Ins 'elbow resting on the
mantlepioco, talking to Philippa, when
tho firat couples began to como in from
tho dancing-room, Randulf Danes-
dale, with Lijizio, was the lirst to outer,
Miss Vano was Hushed; hor hair had
get a trifle disordered; sho looked excited. Shu was now so far at her ease
that shu had begun to tulle, aud Randulf had been malign enough to draw
her out a little. Hor video, witlt its
unmistakably underbred and provincial accent, was hoard, upraised; oil
this vision Bonmid'fl oj*a rested, till ho
suddenly awoke to the consciousness
of his duties, and going forward,; offered Misa Vane his arm.
"You're dreaming, Aglionby," ob-
served Randulf lightly,
"Am 11 Very likely."
"I can sympathize," added young
Danesdale-, "for ao am I."
■."Of what, or of whom?" asked Aglionby) his more genial smile Hitting
across his faco.
Itandulf bent forward to him, having first ascertained tliat Miss Viiiio's
attention was otherwise occupied, and
said in a low voice:
"I'm dreaming <>f dancing with Delphine Conisbrough, She makes' mo
wait King euuugli, does she not? The
boll hasn't bcKun for me till—why,
there they are!"
"Witli Del " Aglionby had just
ejaculated, electrified, for ho had had
no forewarnini.' that any of tho Gonia-
byqiifyhfl were to bo there. His gltmeo
followed Riindulf's, and ho had tho
sensation of starting viulonily. In
reality ho turned rat,Yer slowly and
deliberately, and looked-. His faco
changed. Ho bit his lips, and became
a ahtulo paler. Every pulse was boating wildly. He waa in no etate'to ask
himself what it meant, Ho watched^
as if it had been somo dissolving view,
and saw how alias Danesdale; with her
prim little smilo and her neat little
stops, atid*-her unimpeachable etiquotte)
went forward a little, with outstretched hand, and greeted them. And while
she spolto to Mrs. Malleson, lieruard's
eyes looked clean over thoir heads,
and mot straightjy thoso of Judith
Coniabrouuh, Exactly the same sun-
■nlion—only far more potent now—as
that which had mastered him when he
had talced leave of her at her mother's
houso seized him — a strong, overwhelming thrill of delight aud joy,
such ai no other being had over awakened iu hill). And with it, yet more
powerfully than   before,  ho realised
R. T. WILLIAMS,
■pOOK HINDER, PAPER RULER,
X) and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps nnd Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Guvci'iipioiit Street- Victoria, B. C.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
PKALER    IS
IEIEML MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
Itmoe's biuug'e,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE A110YE HOTEL JS NOW
open for the accommodation of tlio
Public, nml tlio proprietor, will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very bent of AVi.vr.s, LlQUons and
CldAlw will always lie kept.
C.    MORTON.
July 1, 1881. ami
Contractor and Builder.
PLOTS und 81'ECIFIOATIOKS CARE-
Fiiiii.Y MA!)), orr.
ALSO A0BST
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This ia the BEST nnd CHEAPEST
Roofing now iu uso, Cnll and ejtainjiio
model roof.
SST Shop corner nf l\raokonzia k Clark-
son Streets, Now Westminstor.    ap!2
FIRE INSURANCE.
home, and  the essential roads and
bridges would  ha created*,    fn  thin
Way manly independence and self-
reliance would ho maintained inviolate nnd substantial value for the
expenditure would be secured,   Probably the best mode of carrying out
the work would be by employing the
huinioipal  machinery already exist"
Ing on   the spot.     As regards tlie
future, we believe tbo Government
bllodld lose no timo  in  securing tbo
services of a competent engineer tor
, lhe purpose of ascertaining the prac-
' ticability of a large dyking scheme
i. which wo uld embrace tbe  whole _ of
the region in question ; and in connection  therewith,  tlio  keeping of
the channel of tbo Fraser clear by
the  timely removal of   snags and
father obstructions—n branch of tho
scheme which would, of course, full
Under Federal  jurisdiction.   There
p is naturally enough great diversity
bf opinion respecting th-d practicability of sitch* a dyking scheme; but
i it is tne firm conviction of persons
whose opinion ought to curry great
| weight that the thing is quite prac-
t tumble.. Thnt point placed beyond
[doubt, it would  be iii drdcr to con-
Isider what provision could bo made
■for defraying tho oxponso of enrry-
ling out the work so thnt it would
not be burdensome to tho settlers,
liJut this is a branch of the subject
Iwhich need  not  bo1 discussed just
■now.
Mr. R. W. Carmiohiiol, Chemist nnd
l)riiggist of Uellvillo, under date-of Mny
list, 1882, writes as follows:—Your
Jhirdock Wood Hitters lmvo n, Rtendy
into, are .patronized by tho heat families
mere and surrounding country, nnd nil
Lttnst to its virtues with tmqitaiiflou
In Msf action:
wifiijii. • ilo luid tho knowledge, man-
live, instihotivo, triumphant, that bIiu
sharod it to the full. He saw how,
though she remained calm and coin-
nosed, hor bosom rose nnd fell with a
lonjt, deep inspiration; ho saw her eyes
change thoir expression — ihu shook
lit-si, the light that filled thorn afterward, aud—most eloquent, most intoxicating of all*—thoir final sinking
beforo his long gnsse. He lived through
a thousand changing phases of emotion
whilo he Blond still there, looking at
her; ho realized with passionate 'delight
iliat it was not only ho who found her
beautiful, but all others who had ojvs
to see. None could deny that she wiio
beautiful; her outward form did but
express her inner soul. A man behind
him murmured to another, and Bernard hoard him:
"Joifc- what splendid-looking girls!
Who nre thoy? Aro thoy from your
part of (he country too?"
Ho watched whilo tho two girls
shook hands with Miss Danesdalo. He
saw Randulf go up to them and greet
them, and how tlio first expression of
pleasure whieh had crossed their faces
appeared thero. Randulf's dream wns
going to bo realized, Bernard reflected
with wild envy. Ho could arrange
things pretty much according to his
own pleasure. Delphino had kept him
waiting as ho said; so much thooftoner
would ho make her dulled with him
now that at last she wns thoro.
Thon Aglionby became feebly conscious that his arm was somewhat
roughly jogged, and that a voice whicli
he Deemed to have liuard fifty yours
ago sounded in his ear:
"Bernard, arc you dreaming? Hero's
a lady speaking to you."
With a veritable start this time ho
camo to his senses, and beheld Mrs.
Malleson, in black tulle and gloivc. de
Dijdn roses, holding out n hand to him,
and smiling iii friendly wise.
"Mrs. Malleson. I—you are late,
surely, nre you not J"
"Vvti are, 1 believe, and I mu afraid
it Is my fault. I hope tho" men are not
all so deeply engaged that tho Misses
Conisbrough will get no dunces."
■ Horo somo one came iind satd to
Liziilo that he thought it was thoir
danc'o. Nothing loath, she mtil'erod
hcrsolf to be led away.
"Tlmt is Miss Vane, I know," ob-
(BOO  Fmirlli  tiigc.)
TKE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £2,000,000Sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C. BEOWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF!
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
TUB kntire STOCK OK
Furniture,   Picture*,   tfwildings,
Wall Pikttor, and I'litlortiikors'
(ioodt.,
In tho Storo lately occupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for Goods whieh nre not on
hand will bo tilled from Viotoria ui short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, Now Westminster, or to
Ji   KEHT,,
Victoria, 11. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columdia St., New Westminster, b.-C.
Saw rmsii.  key ciTTir.d,   lorii.
SMITH. < ■Ti'l.KUY liKOi M>,
gciilsoits Kiuitri:*.-.:!,,
Hewing machines
Cleaned nnd Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale,
I'nihrcilii-t 11'-mini, nml (..'iirrnl iltrimlr-
i■■■*," n-'-Hl.v limit-,
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Ke-Iondiug Tools, ami evorythhig
required by a Sportsman. Uii'ucs, Shot
Guns, Ri-volykus, and itaiiuw Taoklh
for salo. ,|o4y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
-COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
TIIE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Tost with a light gravity,
whieh makes the Oil a proteetioii against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives :i (Brilliant) Light emi-il to ten Ciiridle
Wffbtsl
Its odor Is dot offensive.   Tho ttetieoii
Light Oil is
FREE   FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
Tn point of J'leonomy, the Beacon Light
Oil is
I.I'.SS  IM'lVHIVi:  TIM* Ollll'K OILS.
The Consumer burning one light -for
Four Hours—will not eousumo over Ono
(fill, or ono thirty-second purt of aGal-
lnii, whieh does'not tax the Consumer
more than Two Cents for a whole night.
'bPPtSVHEIMKR IHIOS.,
fel Sole Agontej Vletoriftj B.C. j
BLACKSMITHINa
(AT BRUNETTE,MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED   THE SEE-
vices of Mv.   Jas. Sraia, mul
fittctl our Shop witli ii am of first-class
Tools, we are iu a positio'h to turn out
the best quality of work iu this lino.
my 1.1 DkBECK BEOS, k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
i-BOM
HEATHOEFS
Boot k Shoe Maniifactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PSICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under tlie now Oddfellow Hall, Col
nmbiant., New Westminstor,
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Noarlr Opposlto Hie Coloiiial llntol,
NEW WESTMINSTER
rilHM LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
X    assortlueut of all deseriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, ami supplied to Families, Rest&unuits, and Steamboats at the
lowest Possible trices.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—A NU—
MUSICAL INSTRUIEITS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books to Sheet Music
JN ESM-ESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssoi'tmeiiti from £2<i to .'?!)0,
—AT—
BAtilVALL & CO/S
JIUSIC   STORE,
COTERMEXT STHEW,  VICI0BU.
J.  BAGMALL,
I'lANOl-OltTKitOuOAsTtlSKIlfc Hill All!KK
SEVEN THOUSAND!
-A-OIRIDS
DYKED MIBS
FOB SALB-..
The undersigned offer
LANDONiVlATSpi^AiniE
IN LOTS TO SUIT)
AT KEASOmBLE 1'iiICES.
Iillicrnl Terms or Piijiiiriit kIioii Io
lluiia tide sciili-rs.
Theso Lands are of excellent i|iuilify,
mul a lnrge portion of thein is remly for
the nloti^h.
WOODS S TURNER,
New WoatmluBtor,
E. M. .IOIINSON,
\'ielorin,
Or C. 11. SWOED,
oeS Eivershlc.
PATENTS
Viro contlnuo to not as SoUoitors for Mul
outs, Caveats, Trade Marks, Gopyrjglits,
ete., 'or tlm Uniteil Sbitos, 0anada,Cuba,
England, 1'rauue, Cuim-my, oto. Wa
liavohadllilrty-flV0|PHrS0X|)C1'l0llCC(
Patents obtained through us nro iintir-
od in tho ScirNi'iKio AsiBRidAK. Tliin
largo nod splendid IllusttutcKl uirl-h
IMijleV, $3.20 a yoar- shows lhe Proftress
of Soiehoo, is vory iateiv>tiu*j, ami tins
mi enoriddus dfroalftttoirt, Address,
MUNN & CO.) Patent Sotlclto'iv, Pub
lisliei-s of S('1i;ntii*h' A\ii:iiii*ax, 37 Purl;
How, Now York. Haiid liookabonl Patents sent free. doll
ROYAL  CITY
mi mu i,
H.HKtIT,:nil»
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AT.L JIKSCliimoSS OF—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Pinning, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Slmnlng,
Ami all kimls of WOOD-FINISHING
exceuteel to order with tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   O.
JOHN HENDRY,
Ma in*ao Kit.
I. H. PLEtCE I
I.MPOUTKHS AND DE.-Vl.KItS IN"
STOVES,
BANGES,   &C, toO.,
House furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
\ full oasoi'tmont constnSitly nn haud, nt
the T.OWKST MAKKKT RATES.
Tinware manufactured ou the prc.m-
>es.   Jobbing promiitly attended to.
ii»i.:n:*»()vs ht4»m: ki iuhvo,
IVetv >Vwi(mliislcr.
GO TO TIIK
SAN   FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND  GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
PlOQTS  AND  SHOES OF EVERY
>   ileaeri|)tion nliiilo to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S   SHOE
—TO    A -
JMLJL.T$r&    BOOT.
Tlm highest CAM! price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
On'osm: tiiI. Hani*:.
j 31 UAH COM' h D.
I ■!!,-»*!•'( I'l'UKI.Y
•** rhj*iil    Vkqkta in.li
':       '■■
r't-f:.i'-- 'i.! ■'■■'-.'J I'i'ii'y riH-pmini'inlotl
**-) V* • **i •■' ■■ '■■\\  )"1'        I^HOIIHIH-HH*
i'-H"'-"' 'i'''-- i-^'*'^--iflii% ion*
r'.sr.i -■--—■> i'^iiiilim.IitillncH-
!i<m, i'M'.rr.lii'.'s.s, liciirtImrii,
'.t*'..l UtPnilij l-oss of An»
■ir'Ut** ,!Jiiti»dtr(*« l.iw* of
inr n.'oiunch* l.lvcr Com*
., no ti :i:: from tlio Hinin-
tor tii.'hi.M■*•■ Tin**/ aro safe,
nigh jn thoir .it'toili Fromltoa
ntttCK 2Sp* PKItltOX.
IMPERIAL
f;SE INSOBAHGE COMP'lf.
I Oi.tiBiiri.vn St. nnd III I'.u.i. Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITOTED 1803.
I.IOU INSUIIIMi IKU'SKSMlTllKIl
V Bulldliigi; OooiIj, Wares, Morolmh-
iliso, Muuufni'iuriii^ and Faviniug'Stock,
Slllpt ill Port, Haifa or Dock, 'nnd tlie
Cni-goea ofandlVej.oln'] nlso, Sliiin building nnd ri'luiiriiii,'. Uargtoa anil otlnr \'oa-
eels on iniviiiiilile livorfl anil eaiuils, and
Goods on hoard aueli \rossoU, throughout
IIimiiI llritaiii and lieland and in Foreign
L'ountriea,
KKOll I,0SS OK DAMAQK 11V KIRK.
Subserilied and Iuvostod Capithl,
^1,(300,000 STCJ.
Kates of Promlmii and overy tnfoiiiia-
tion enn bo ol'taiuod oil application to
\V. J. AltfiSTttONU*
COLUMBIA STREET,
Now   Westminster, B. C,
HAVINf) PUBCHA8KD AND
completely ro-furnisliod and
othonyiso ymitly Improved this
well-known oHtomlsluncnt, I have
the pleasure to oimouneo that it is
now
Foi* the reception of Guests.
Couviently located nnd woll appointed in every department,  with
BATH ROOMS
And ull tlm most modern r.ppli-
tmcea,  it will   be found    in  every
respect tho host, aB it iB tlio largest
lindmostcommodious, Hotel on tin*
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
management lioth as regards omsise
and attendance, and parttos detdiing
them can have uonifortablu I'rlVlttO
Dilllllg KotlitiR, with spHcial attendance.
The
BAR  BOOM
Is stocked with tho choicest \Vinos
nnd Liquors, and tlie best brands of
Cigars will always bo kept ou hand.
The
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided witli Strajile'sj Pati;nt
CUSHION TABLES, the best in
uso.
,'?r flood attendance and moderate ehai'ges.
S. E. INSLEY,
Pitonur.Tolt k MAVAci'.r..
April 4, 1SS2.
a |...
GRANVILLE,
BUKRABi)       INLET.
Bfdwly Hnllt nml fyyrli Furnished,
Lnrge and imn imi (lions.
ONE OF THE BEST MOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
ComniandB an unbroken view  of  that
magnificent sheet of water known ns
Coal Harbor,the futuri:t*.iniiuii-i
of   tlie   C-i imi ii an   Pacific
Railway.
si l J A    IK'    KOtt.-HS   IOIC    PA31 (1.1 EB.
iW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tho scale of charges, will  bo found to
be strictly moderate.
Good studding on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COLl'lini.l STKEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(tlsiABTiISItED 1S00.)
rplllSWKI.L IOTOWN AND MOST
I. cohVoiubntly lotlfltdcl oataljllshinoiit,
llavlng linen jiiirelifimiil hy I Ito luldor-
Slguoii, will lio ooiuliictoil' as llFIHST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Untloi- the poi'soiml siiperiiitciitlcnco of
Mks. DaoOETT.
rv- B". e::.i; .": j :*•;.
Bo»ul& l-odgiiii,' lior Wook  S<1 00
Boird nlono i» Wook  5 00
Siiujlo iMciils     no
ITS'Tho Mail Stages lmvo this Houso
for Durnu'il Inlet twicp n iloy.
liny (1, I SSI.
S. W.  RAGGETT.
orlEVE.
Agent for Kom WsstrainBtar. I ™ll nndgot It.
JTI1HK Fl.llATINIl IMHVmiiK.M'lllO
I     (l.illory will ivmnin only n few ilnyn
| longer, Those who lmvo work will pleimo
J;oi- gale or to llcnt.
BBICICS FOB SEE.
rnHK S.UfflCEIBEE HAS A KILN
1 of excellent: krickfl fop utile olieap.
Delivery anywhere;
T. McKAY.
New WcBanlhater,
June 24, 1881. jn25
~FdR~SAlI:
TlVUi FOI.LOWJXC:-
15 Fat Hogs,
15 Small Jiogs,
1   While Chester Boar,
A number of floracs,
I Cutling Box,
1   Platform Scale (capacity 1,000),
Also—for sale or lipase—the premises
leeently occupied by me.
To be seen on application to,,,
W. J. 'iliENCH.
New West., July 4, 18S2. jyfi
IorISeIIM"
Riverside Farm, Matstfui;
IW  WHOLE  Oil PAUT,
pONTAlNlXO THREE HUNDKED
\j acres Dyked Land, of which 250acroe
could easily he put under crop for next
senson,
WITH 1V1I.1HF no FEET FIlOJiT, and
AMMK l!.U!S AM)  0TI1EU
Bl'llDIXti    Al'l'OJl.H'illATlUN.
Apply to
C, B. SWOED,
oe8 Kivcrsidc.
FOR SHE OH LEASE
miik  KAinr  consists op 320
1. Acros, In Mpoln Valley, known OB
?. L. Andorson'a Ronph, of whieh a part
i.*- suitable for crop; It is situated about
3-EQileafromthoPul)HeBall und Road.
Also 7? Milk Paiisi Churn, and all
the implements liocohsary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cowsi
Appl;* to
P. L. A.NPKRS0N,
ap.">te Kieola Lake.
FOR SALeT	
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOE
Churc-lTor Parlor.
A^-OCTAVKMiisoncillam-
Iin ('nbinet Organ, with 2 full Heta of
reeds, Bub**bnas, octave eotrplor, vox hu*
(nana, ghuid organ, and one's swell, 8
stops. Tin'.** o!*-.''.(] in now used in the
MetlimUst Clinroh, and Is Bwost toned
and in good order. Will bo sold for SI50
cash, as it is intondod to procure a more
powerful ono. This is n deoidod bargain.
Apply to
T. R, PEARSON A CO.,
Stationoii* Music Dealers,
fo4to NeW Westiiuii9ter,
FOR SALE:
A Splendid Farm!
21)0  AC8ES   IMPBOyjEDJ
155  Acres Under  Timodij!
rniiK roroEitair.NKD offers for
I      Sale, on fe.voi-nhle |en,i«, his splcn-
did i'ni' otnnlril oil  lhe Nortii Ann,
14 miles from lhe City of Now Wostii.in-
sler mid wilhio four inile.i of tho Town
ot Granville, the
RAILWAY   TKIIMINI'H.
The Form eootiiiiis 351 aorea of rich
hotiom land, thoroughly dyked and
drained and five tronl overllow U nll
'  'TheleOI't
•m   Acnios  iflt'iioVRl*.
Of.wMcll ISO iieresiire under limothy,
nnd the reiiiniilihir iiiolcr onte, root crops
and pustule.
There is n good lioniiiijj or hard ond a
splendid spring of pure wator,
There ore n eoiuforliihlo dwelling, two
doiil.lolir.rn- IfflKIS feet, logether witli
shoruj and othqr ont-kaildlng>.
The Fiinu Is woll stocked Mdtll horses,
cattlo, pigs, ke., and wiih tlio most tin1
proved iipieiiltnral llnplolliontj nud ma
ehiiierv, ineludtnga "Giant Honper."
Th.-'pionorty tronl I till North Ann,
nii.l Ihere is n wharf (not quito finished);
affording oxeollcnt 1 Una tor siumicrs.
There is noli, Her form in tho country;
mul it is iii i! condition to pay n large
profit on the investmoul fr Ilie lirst.
The Farm will bo sold with or without
tho Itvo stock.
For particulars apply on the premises
or by post lo
llllilll   MAGEE)
Now West., Jnh l. 1882. j.v.l
ESTABLISHED   IN   18S2.
\ FISHER'S
Iff 33 -TOT S 3? -3k. 3» 33 2S:
tLYVKRTlsmG
e*t3- "B33 PW C 3 "»r
Booms 'ill nnd 21, Jlo-rriinnls' Hx-
cIiiiiikc, Oolltorniii St., N-1';, Cnl.
N.
H.~ A»VKKTIS1\'* SOLUMTBD
O'.:.*-*!, lln-Stmlwi.'
1'ortH, 1'jniiuua, V
K'Niltiml, tin- An-I
Sim,,,  mul i:mil|„*
lllipiT    |l.l1lll-1ll<0    .1!
«*citNl.iiitlv nn lill
iill.iw.--l li-.v iuv«**- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Postponed J. Morrison,
A. O. U. W..- H. V. Edmonds
'Wanted A. B.C.
Notico G. Pittondrigh
Notico K. L. Cawston
Money to Lonil TI. H. Horsey
Special T, R, Poaraon & Co.
Special Methodist Church
five ^British Columbian.
K.-limluy ,11 unil nt;, July -in, ISS'i.
New Westminster Election.
Perhaps tlio least satisfactory feature of tlio contest in tho fnct thnt
only 3SS votes wore polled in a constituency with more than double
tlmt number of registered electors..
Various oiroutnstancos have contributed to this result—the chief of
whicli were, the'extremely unfiwora-
.blo time nt which tho election wns
held, the scattering of electors by
recent floods, nnd tho fact of polling
places being misplaced or altogether
wanting in several important settlements, On the Nortii Arm alone
tibout thirty votes were unpolled ou
account oi the crookedness or bungling of tho Government. Tlio un-
praoedeufcodly Inrgo number of spoiled ballot papera (fifteen) may bo ot
tributed to various causes, but should
bo avoided in the future. As regards
the general result, it does not materially differ from what was expected by most well-informed persons.
It wns generally conceded that Mr.
Eobson would lead the poll, and lie
has done so by a larger majority
than has been claimed by any other
candidate as yet reported, The
first place having been conceded
to Mr. Eobson,"the "tug of war" was
between Mr. Orr and Mr, Kirkland
for the second. There can be no
doubt tliat Mr. Ladner lost by the
advocacy of the Government organ,
and thero is good reason for believing that Mr. Orr lost a number of
votes from the same cause. Mr.
Orr, at any rate, suffered innocently.
In his published address ho was sufficiently pronounced against the past
and present Government policy, and
ir his speeches throughout the district he was even more pronounced.
Still the very fact of the Guardian
selecting him from among tho six
candidates ns a favorite gave rise to
a suspicion in somo minds that all
might not be right; and so he lost
ground. And it is such facts as
these which go to show the intense
unpopularity of the "rump" Government, and the estimation in which
the local organ is held throughout
the district It was a novel feature
of the canvass'that tho six candidates made a complete tour of tho
district together. They addressed
the same meetings. They travelled
in the same conveyances. They ate
together. The slept together; and
throughout the entire canvass the
utmost harmony and good feeling
prevailed, and when all was over
thoy parted good friends, It is
amusing to read the senile havevinga
of the local organ in the light of results. During tho entire canvass its
columns fairly bristled with personal
abuse of Mr. Eobson and idiotic predictions of his defeat, It would be
well if the editor of that sheet could
hear, as the present writer has heard
during the past fortnight, the opinion of the independent electors respecting himself nnd liis paper, Such
an organ as that would bring into
discredit a better government than
the present one; and if Mr. Piobson
could accept of help from such a
source, he might thank the Guardian
for having, by its incessant slander
nnd abuse, materially assisted him in
the recent contest.
Counting Noses,
The Colonist and tho Standard
have hi en rather "too previous" in
"counting noses," and tho consequence is that both have fallen into
error—tho latter ludicrously so. For
instance we Iind tho result of the
election summed up in the Standard
as follows:
gov.
OPP
Victoria City
2
2
Victoria District
2
Esqf.inwlfc
0
Cowichan
1
Nanaimo
1
1
Collins
1
New Westminster City
1
Now Westminster Dist.
1
1
Yalo
1
2
Lillooot
2
Cariboo
3
Kootenay
1
Cassiar
1
Total 10 9
The above classiilcation is right
enough until Nanaimo ia readied,
but nftor that it is badly "mixed."
To cln.is either of the Nanaimo members as a supporter of the present
Government is undoubtedly a mistake. We presume it is intended to
concede Mr. Dunsmuir to tho Opposition; and we know Mr. Rayboukl
to have been anything hut an admirer of the Walkem Government.
The result of Comox election was
not known at the timo, but tho organ counted one for the Government
all the same. But perhaps the coolest, thing is claiming for the Government the member for Now Westminster Oity, and one for the District, During last session there was
not in tho Houm a more staunch
Oppositionist than Mr. Armstrong,
and to suppose that he will support
the "ruin])" of tho same Government
now is to assume that he is a turncoat, for wliich thore is no ground.
Were lie to turn round now nnd
support the present Government he
would certainly ceaso to represent
popular opinion in this constituency.
Aud which of tho District members
is going to support the Governmentl
Not Mr. Robson, surely! And as for
Mr. Orr, he was, of all the bIx candidates, tho most pronounced in liis
wholesale denunciation of tho Government, and it is paying that gentleman a poor compliment indeed to
assume thnt ho is a supporter of the
very Government ho has been so
roundly denouncing during the past
fortnight, From Yale Mr. Semliu
is counted for the Government; but
thero is excellent authority for saying that he will be strictly independent. The absurdity of claiming two for
the GovernmentfromLillooct is more
clearly scon in the light of ascertained
results. That constituency has chosen
to be represented by two out-and-out
Oppositionists—Mr. A. E. B. Davie
and Mr. E. Allen, the latter a personal enemy of the Premier, and
with good reason too. Cariboo had
not been heard from, so tliat it was
mere guesswork to put down three
for the Government. At least one
might havo been conceded to the
Opposition, Kootenay of course
counts one for the Government; but
not so Cassiar. It is undoubtedly
sound for the Opposition, and should
have been counted. At the time
the Standard ventured upon a count
of noses the very most that any
fair-minded and well informed person would have put down for the
Government would have been nine,
leaving sixteen for the Opposition.
Amongst the things demanding
the early attention of Government is
the revision of polling places. Referring more particularly to the New
Westminster District, thero are several additional polling places required, notably at Moodyville, at some
suitable point above St. Mary's Mission, at Upper Chilliwhack, and at
some convenient point in the Mud
Bay settlement. It does not cost
much to establish and operate a polling place. It costs a great deal for
settlers to leave their work during
the busy season and go to an out-of-
tbo way polling place.
Latest from Egypt.
Alexandria, July 20.—Arabi Pasha
is diverting the Mahmoodcoyuh canal,
which supplies Alexandria with water,
but it ia believed tho greater part uf
cisterns havo been recently filled.
No chance of resumption of business
hero fur at least three months is possible.
Pout Raid'', July 21.—-Arabi Pasha,
after thu bombardment of Alexandria,
spread a report that English troops
had been defcatod. Tho conduct of
natives is consequently very insolent
aud tho position here critical.
London, duly 22.—The Daily Telegraph states Lieut. Gen, Sir Garnet
Wolsoley, will command the expedition to Egypt, which will consist of
20,000 of all arms. Another battalion
uf marines is ordered to prepare at
onco for Servico in Egypt.
Aixxandiua, July 23.—Tho khedive
has signed n decree dismissing Arabi
Pasha and dcidai'ing him a rebel. He
will also issue a general order forbidding the Egyptian army to obey
orders from Arabi Pasha and forbidding poople to pay him taxes.
London, July 23.—A correspondent
of tho Times writes that ho is convinced tho reported number of persons
massacred at thu time of the bombardment jh grossly exaggerated.
Alexandria, July 23.—Arabi Pasha
has no intention uf advancing* on
Alexandria. Natives aro leaving tho
city in crowds in obedience to his summons,
Pakis, July 23.—The Temps announces that Franco and England
having submitted to the conference
their proposals in relation to tho
occupation of tho Suez canal, thoy
will not wait for its decision before
proceeding to make jiotive preparations.
The French government will consequently ask the chamber of deputies
without delay to pans a vote of credit
to defray expenses of the expedition
of a corps, A committeo of tho senate
on the Egyptian credit unanimously
favor agreement thereto. In debate
in the bureau to-day all tho principal
speakers urged tho maintenance of an
English alliance. Tho British have
appointed Achmet Rifant oovernor of
Alexandria. His duties will bo mainly
nominal, but his use as a figurehead
Will enable autho. y to ho exercised
without wounding native suscopti.
bilities.
MONEY TO LOAN.
mRUST FUNDS TO LOAN ON
X first mortgage; and mortgages purchased.
H. H. HOESEY,
jy2B-4t    At Mra. Holmes', Mary Street.
NOTICE.
PERSONS. HAVING CLAIMS   A-
gainst the Estate of the late W. JI.
Lowe are hereby requested to lodge particulars of tho same with ft-. L. CAWS-
TON of Osoyoos Lake, B. C.
July 28, 1882. jy2B-lm
NOTICE.
ISHT1RMKN AND OTHERS ARE
notified that it is illegal to import
salmon under any pretence from above
the Sumas River.
F;
July 28,188!
0. HTTENDRtGH,
Fishery Overseer.
jy2D
WANTED.
A,LOAN OF $3,000, FOR A TERM
of years on unexceptionable security. Rate of interest seven per cent, per
annum, payable half-yearly.
Apply A. 13. 0., Boxl, New Westminster. jy29
A.O.U.W.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF BEA-
vcr Lodge, No. 30, A. 0. U. W.,
will ho held on MONDAY NEXT, the
31st July, at 8:30 p. in., for tho purposo
of installing the rmw Officers, receiving
important communications from the
Grand Master and Grand Lodge, conferring degrees, and transacting such other
business as may be necessary.
By order of the M. W.,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Recorder.
New West., 28th July, 1SS2.    jy2D-.lt
POSTPONED
mHK UNDERMENTIONED SALE
JL has been postponed till THURSDAY NEXT, AUGUST .1, at the
same hour.
MW.
v.,
EMORY  CITY!
In the foutity Court or British
Columbia, liuldiMi at New
Westminster.
7?. W. DEANE, Plaintiff,
THOMAS GRAY, Defendant.
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
U sundry Writs of Ft Fa to mo directed agaiust the Goods aud Chattels of
the above named Defendant, I have
seized the undermentioned (ioods nnd
Chattels, the property of the said Thomas Gray, which Goods and Chattels the
undersigned will soil by PUBLIC AUCTION at Emory City on THURSDAY
NEXT, JULY 27. Sale to commence at
12 o'clock noon.
JAMES MORRISON,
Sheriff.
One Engine and Boiler (30-horse pow*
or), with belt and pullies for a saw-mill,
complete.
LOT   21.
One Carriage Cr * Gear, complete, for
Logs.
LOT   3.
Ouo small Engine and Boiler (10-horso
power), with shafting and gear complete.
Xiorr 4.
Ono Plainer.
5 Circular Saws.
XiO*r e.
7 Work Oxen, with Yokes.
LOT   *7.
Chains, Cant Hooks, Mattocks, Saws,
Picks, and Shovels.
X.OT  8.
One Set Blacksmith Tools, and Bar
Iron.
One Carpenter's Boring Machine and
Bltts.
LOT 3LO.
2 kegs Horse-shop Nails,
LOT   11.
One Edger.
lot ia.
Lease for    years of    acres on Texas
Lake und Boarding Mouse.
LOT  13.
00,000 feet Logs in Texas Lake.    jy20
NOTICE TOMARINERS.
SAND HEADS, FRASER RIVER.
Tj-lNTERING FROM THE GULP,
J j pass close to South of Buoys Nos.
1 and 2; then steer to a point three and a
quarter cables South of No. 8j when
abreast of it gradually round up to pass
South of No. 4 half a cable; then Btoor to
pass. North of No. 5 half a uablc, and
No. 0 one cable} Ho-vltiter—close to, on
either side* pass South of Buoys No. 7 {one
and a quarter cables), No. 8 (three cables),.
No.!) (one cable), and Nos. 10,11, 12, and
1)1, half a cable distant; thenoo steer for
the North bank, a little below Garry's
Bash, and whon the mouth of the river
is open, steer iu on the usual courscH,
The least water found in tho channel
is 8 feet at low water spring tides.
F, REVELY,
Dept. Marine k Fisheries, Agont.
Victoria, B. C,
24th July, 1882.        jy20-.lt
NEW WESTMINSTERS B. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
• in tlio City.
THE CULINARY DFPirtTMKT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE, OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the abovo Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
Thu Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under the snpenntcitdonce
of Mas. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books ami papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THE   BASC
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cwars, &c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
l'ltorniETou.
COLLEGIATE
—AND—
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. IV
RE-OPENS   AUG.   30,   1882.
VISITORS:—Rkv. R. Jamieron, Rev.
C. Watson.
MANAGEKS: — W. J. Armsm-ono.
M. P. P., J. S. Cum:, Esq., Rev.
E. RonsoN, C. G. Major, Esq.
TEACHERS t»r
H. M. Stuamukimi, B.A., Principal;
Mathematics, Classics and History.
Rev. W. -T. Dowler, B. A,,Vice-Prin-
- cir-Ai,; Modern Languages,  Sefottpo
and Literature.
L. II. McInnes, M. D.;   Anatomy,
Physiology and Hygiene.
Mrs. D. Robsonj Voice Culture nnd
Art of Singing.
Instrumental Music (piano) by n first-
class teacher,
Tho school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into four
terms of 10 weeks each.
EXPENSES :---
Tuition, High School, por term, §15.00.
Board, per term, 8-15JH).
Music (vocal or instrumental ),pcr term,
§10.00.
Uso of Instrument for practice, per
term, $3.00.
Washing, r>0 cents per doz.
For circulars, witli fuller information,
apply to
B. ROBSON,
Sec.-Treas.
New West., July 20, 18S2. jy22
TENDERS WANTED.
QEALED TENDERS WILL BE RK-
Jo ceived hy tho undersigned up to
WEDNESDAY the Kith day of August,
for pulling in Blood Gates in Big Slough,
Boundary Hay, and making about sovun
and one-naif miles of a Ditch and Dyke
in Townships 3 and 4, New Westminster
District,
Eacli tender must be accompanied witli
the names of two good sureties in tho
amount of contraet price for the faithful
completion of the work.
Plans and specifications mny be seen
at Messrs. T. R, Pearson k Co.'s, New
Westminster, up to the 1 st day of August; nfter that date they can he seen at
Mr. Robt. T. William's Book-bindery,
Viotoria.
Separate tenders will be received for
the work as stated in specifications.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order of Commissioners,
WM. MuKEE,
Clerk.
Bayview, July 10, ISS2. jy22
New Books!
M   No,
AN1TOBA AND THE GREAT
_ _ North-West," "Lives of the
Wives of Presidents of U.S.," "Life of
Hon, Geo. I.rou'n," "Illustrated Stock
Doctor and Livo Stock Encyclopedia,"
"History of the Sea," "The Royal Path
of Life,'' Family liiblesand a number of
other (irst'clnss Hooks. TllOSQ Hooks are
sold hy agents only, aud |»y addressing
the undersigned prices may be obtained
and Books may bo received at publishers1
prices. Parties up-country will he waited upon at once. Newspapem or Magazines furnished at same rates.
H. W.  HUGHES,
Gen. News Agent,
jy2(l.]m New West., B. C.
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
TOV WKSTMIXSTKK Bit'NCH.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to present their I'nss Houlm for in-
Herlton of interest up to the 110th Juno,
1882.
0. PITTENDRIQH,
Agent.
N. W., July II, 1882. jylO
PRIVATE BOARD WANTED.
WANTED, IN A PRIVATE KAMI
Iy, Board and Lodging for two
young gentlemen. Address A. B,, this
Ollice. jy2'J-2t
RAILWAY
TERMINUS
(WITHOUT RESERVE)
A Rare Chance for
NOT LIKELY TO OCCUR
AGAIN.
T
*HE UNDERSIGNED is,
instiucted to still by
PUBLIC AUCTION
At his , eOOMS, Co
lumbia Street,   New Westminster, on
1111 m,
August 2nd, 1882,
At 1 o'clock p. m., the following Lots on Clarke's Survey, Port Moody, vw.:
Lota 35, 36, 39, 42,
44,46, Block 4;
Lots 32, 34, 36, 38,
39,41,43, Block 5;
W. 1-2 of Lot I, E. 1-2
of Lot I, E. 1-2 of
Lot 2, Block 6.
These Lots are situated oa
Clarke and Murray Streets,
in close proximity to the
Lots selected by the Government Engineers for the Railway Round Houses, Work
Shops, &c, and are therefore
admirably adapted for business or residential purposes.
TERMS — Half cash on
fall of hammer; balance on
completion of deeds. Deeds
at purchasers' expense.
Maps can be seen and further informal ion obtained at
the office of
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Auctioneer.
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next Door South of Colonial
il,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAS   ALWAYS   ON   HAND   A
VAKIED STOCK OF
GrE2*TEK,JLL
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
toe, toe.
JUST RECEtVED-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Funcy Straw
Hats   and   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Feathers, Luces, Plnin nnd
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
Sntins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Plush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
ggT All Goods sold nt rcnsonnlile
rates.   Call nnd inspect our stock.
WM. RAE,
opTJ
Columbia Stiieet.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1808.
T.B, Pearson k Co,, Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Resources of lhe Ciinipiiny as at
31st December, ism.
I. Subscribed Capita1 —
l-uiil-up C .100,000   0   0
Uncalled  I,riO0,000   0   0
.{•2,000,000   0   O
II. Fire Fiuul—
Reserve 1!84.,570 l!) 11
Premium Reserve. HlO.aiit 7   0
Hnlunceof IVuntanil
Loss Account    54,867 7 ' 1
vinmmmty
1861. 1882.
£1,218,405 14   0
III..Life FiUi.l-
A cortmn lutod
Fr.iid  of   tlio
Life Branch..£3,112,500   7   B
Accumulated
Fimtlof tlioAn-
nuityBranch..    y~".'"lfi  3  4
£3,508,1*-. 0
IV. Rcvomio for the Year 1881—
Firo Branch —
Premiums and
Interest £1,024,460 16 11
Life nml Annuity
Branches-Pre*
iniuuiB and Interest      478,825 14   3
jnl7
£1.603,286 11   2
Hay for Sale
mill! UNDERSIGNED HAS
4=0     T03JTS
OF GOOD
TIMOTHY HAY
For Sale, ut 920 a ton, delivered on tho
wharf, properly haled.
WM, RAG.
New Wcstnii lister,
Juno 23, 1882. ]'u24
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
LYTTON  S0.UA1U",
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  0.
HAVING   JUST   RECEIVED IN-
voices- of   N1*W   GOODS   nml
lioing (lcHirona of clearing oil liis Htock of
Tweeds now on liaml, the inuleraigiicil
will sell at lirst cost for cash,
jyu-lm W. KLSON.
■tHffl
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, aft
ter 21 years of mercantile life in this City, beg«
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete as*
sortment of
GENERAL MERCHMDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large dis*
counts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are deter-
mined to keep the Columbia
House to lhe front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
Now West., Feb. 8,1888.       foil
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OF ,
Flour, :;
Bacon, j
Beans,
Groceries, i
inffl
1
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOE
THIS MARKET.
6ST Storage   nnd    Forwarding
dono at rensonnlilo rates,  .
jyl2-0m
REID & HUDSON,
MUNICIPAL NOTICE, j
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
thnt the City Tucci for 1882 are
now ilnc nnd paynhle nt tho otlice of tlio
City Clork.
JAMES ORR, C. M. O.
!
New West., July 25, 1882,
jy2fl  t mWk
intfa
he Stilish (Eohtmbhm.
Kntiinlny Moriiln«, July Wl, 1883.
t Tlctorl**-., nn tlio 25th linlhn't, F. Vf. Qt\a.
'of Emory Hottl, to Minn Knlliiaina Fuutli,
an FroHciico..
t IiIm father'* rcrililonco, llelf*ui. Ireland, on
28tli ult., Robert A. llrowa, for Bome y-j.u-.i-
Mont of Britten Colunibliv.
Nib Rithet will arrive aWt 8
ook this oveninjjf.
lie Emory mill property ualon&B
n postponed till Tjiursrlny next.
?he Reliance takes thereguW work
ween here and Yale this iftorning.
3ie schooner 0. 0. Perkins arrived
Thursday from Vf, T. with a cargo
my. '
'he Nanaimo Free Press (Govern-
it) places Mr. Raybould aa an In***
«nde»t.
'he vote in Eaquimal't ^District was
reniely close, Hel-jeson 77, Hett 74,
Pooley 73.
fr. Gisborne,' superintendent of
graph construction, arrived down
■erdfty.-fftormn'sf.
ir Alexander Gait lias consented to
im to England for another .year
i increased salary,
pecial meeting of the A. 0. U. W.
t Monday evening for important
mess. See advertisement,
taple Ridge did nobly on Monday,
ry vote was polled, and nearly
ry Ono voted for "Honest John."
[r, 0. M. McNaughton has received
rge consignment of clocks, watches,
New advertisment next Week.
artits have complained to us resting the Nortii Arm mail servico.
y say the mail is lometiiUes a day
ind time.
destructive fife occurred i\i P-ort-
[, Oregon, on Wednesday. The
k of Britten Columbia caught firo,
was saved.
r Charles Harikel and Mr. fshanm,
San Francisco tniUiniiairo, wero
engers by the steamer R. P. Rithet
er last trio.
affords us much pluasure to no tii
marked improvement in tho time
e by the steamer Enterprise lately.
it continue.
ie steamer "Enterprise, Capt. G»r-
r, arrived from Victoria a few
ites beforo 4 p.m. yesterday-, witli
angers and freight.
n Thursday; at Victoria, Hon. Mr.
ice Walkem whs sworn ;n as n
ue Judge of this Provinco by
f Justice Sir M. B. Begbie.
ie Irving goes to Pripoum to-day
supplies for Mr. McMulIen, C.
t. contractor, and will toW down a
i of logs from Harrison Lako.
io Lillooet election gave Mv. Du vio
Mr. Allen 55, and Mr. Mormon
ites. The two Government can-
;es polled 40 and 28 respectively.
is stated that Mr. Dunsmuir, tho
king, has bought out tho Vancou-
jo.'s interests at Nanaimo, and
the company's affairs are about to
jund up.
*. John 'Austin, lonp and favor-
known in Cariboo, is on hia way
to iissume the management of the
lent Hotel, having just purchased
usinuss from Mr. Howison.
renins to the result of tho dec-
tbo Colonist says: The Robson
ird struck tlio Guardian oflico
rday. It was a 2ii2-pounder and
luimlur  reverberated  at  James
r local contemporary lias just ox*-
need another notable failure in
ipting to make water run Up lull,
the consoquenue is thnt his "Ih-
I calculus" is again seriously
ged.
. Todd, Provincial Superintend-
if Police, was up before the Vic-
Police Court on Wednesday and
I over to keep the peace for
toning to "break Mr. Thoo*. Da*-
jaw"! I
) run of fish, which had fallen off
isly, improved somewhat on
day night; but It ap; nnrs t>* bo
moral opinion that thu Bockoyn
about over. Should such be the
he run Will have boen a poor ono
nll.
i steamers It. F. Rithet and
irn Slope arrived from Victoria
'ednesday evening and passed
e river. The Rithet returned
yesterday morning and the Slope
noon, aud both proceeded to
•ia.
i rains which commenced during
y night continued till Thursday
causing some anxiety about the
rop. Yesterday, however, the
> cleared away and the sun re-
I its sway, and there is a prospect
3 weather.
lough much of the stone has
Iressed, a commencement has not
son made in building the now
See. We understand there is
litch about tho plans. The pro-
y is that the work will bo delayed
) fine weather is overl
important bridge on the road
tn Granville and North Arm Was
ved by firo last week, and there
sossibility of getting past with a
As there is now a great deal of
on the road in question, the
should be replased without deer the proper head will bo found
inouncement uf tho death of
t A. Brown, brother of- our rc-
1 Postmaster. Deceased passed
fears in this country, living at
o, in this city, and on thu flea-
arid very lriany will read these
itli sincere regret.
■nil assault* grew out of the Vic-
lection, and the Superintendent
Provincial^) Police was charged
s of tlio successful Candidates
ling violent, abusive and throat-
languago towards him ou Sun-
to have not hoard of an ill-
1 word being imokon in connoc-
ith tho Now Westminster elou-
Mbtiiodis* diiOEOH.—Services tomorrow, New Westminster li a. m.
and 7 p. m., iirfd Port Moody 2. p. m.
—Rev. E. Robdott. Langley 11 a. ni.,
and Maple Ridge 2:30 p. in.—Rev W.
J. Dowler. *
 ♦■ —
Fiiom Yale,—Yesterday the steamer
Wm. Irving, Capt. Insley, returned
from Yale and way ports, bringing 27
head bf cattle from Mi*. Allison's Sum-
ilkameotl range, some other stock and
25 passengers.
SW T. R. Pearson k Co. wish to di»w
attention to the fact that they are prepared to take subscriptions for all Canadian, American and British newspapers
and periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—Ado.
irtas^nar-iTaTcr/.-
"Boominq." — On Wednesday the
steamer Ada, Capt, Rogers, brought
down from Pitt Lake a boom of logs
containing 330,000 feet for DoBock
Bros. A Co., and oh Thursday she
brought down a boom containing 276,-
000 foot for Webster &. Co.
The Returns.—The result of the
Comox election will not be known till
next week, on return of the steamer
to Nanaimo. In tho Yale District the
ballots arts to bo counted at) 8p. m. today. In the Cariboo District tho
count is to take place to-day.
 .».        	
Holy Trinity Church. —At the
morning sorvico to-morrow tho Rev.
E. Van Deerlin, who some years ago
seceded to tho Church of Rome, will
make a public recantation and be
formally reconciled to the Church of
England. Mr, Van Deeriinwill preach
at the evening service.
Shuswap Canal,—Wo learn that
Mr. Barnard is in receipt of a telogram
from Sir Charles Tupper that a survey
Will be made of the Okanagou-Spal-
lumcheen canal, and we understand
that Mr. Hamlin, 0. E. has received
instructions to do so as soon nn the
road will permit.- Colonisf-.
—, -»-	
Moderator- Cumino. — Dr. Cochrane, moderator of the general assembly, liaB loft Toronto for British Columbia to inquire into the condition
of tho Presbyierian churches here,
several of whom havo expressed a de*
sire 'to become connected with the
Canadian oh u roll.—Colonist.
Nanaimo.—Tho Free Press'gives details of the death of John Hamilton.
Ho had just loft tho deck nf-the steamship Victoria with a friend, when dazzled by the steamer's lights ho fell into
the wator. Mr? T, Bradley, who was
walking with him, leaped overboard
and made a gallant effort to nustain
him, but When takon from tho water
Hamilton wns dead.
Suicide.— On Thursday au Indian
employed about Brodio's cannery suicided. He had made several ineffectual attempts before. Domestic infelicity is understood to lmvo led up to
llm rash not. Deceased was a Douglas Indian; and is said to have been
possuesed of considerable property,
lhe remains were brought up to this
city by friends yesterday.
To Pout Moody.—The Government
having promised to contribute from
tho Provincial treasury towards the
improvement of the road between this
city and Port Moody, two dollars for
every ono raised by private subscription, a list has been in course ot circulation during the past few dajs nud is
being pretty liberally signed. Id this
way probably about threo tb m rid
dollars will be available.
Goino Ahead Lively.—Nsw XorK,
July 25.—A despatch from Winnipeg
says. "I havo just returned from tho
end of tho track, which is now 295
miles West of Winnipeg. Contractors
arc now laying from li to 4 miles pel'
day, and, barring accidents, I have no
doubt of our completing 500 miles of
main line of main track this season,
bringing locomotives 50 miles wost of
Saskatchewan river by December next
Crops look splendid, and tratlin ou the
part of the lino in operation will foot
up this year about $2,000,000, ex
elusive of earnings nn the eastern division.
. 1 .*. , .
Elkctionkekino in NHw Westmin-
nter District. — Wo have rocoived
from ono of tho candidates a long nnd
humorous description of his trip
through tho district of Now Westminster during tho recent tianvass. Tho
six candidates travelled together, and
were billeted on the hospitable inhabitants, Tho invasion of politicians
has civ ned a chicken famine in the
district.'un* no matter how high the
fo*, .., might roost they could not get
beyond the reach of the long arms and
sharp teeth of tho hungry nomads.
The account is ton long to admit of
publication. —Colonist,
 +	
Duality.—Sir John Macdonald
ran for Lennox and Curie tun nnd wax
electod for both. Political aspirants
in these constituencies nro vory anxious that Sir John should elect which
he will sit for. At a large Conservative pic-nie, hold at Bull's Confers,
Carlo ton, a short time ago, Sir John
made a humorous speech, in tho
course of which he gave it to bu distinctly understood that ho will hold on
to both seats until the fifteenth day of
next session, in order to avoid the
possibility of being unseated for
either. The determination was a
sensible one, but scarcely satisfactory
to ongor aspirants.
FiTAi. AeciDKi-m—On Thursday a
fatal uccidonl ticcurrod at Mr. Wm.
Magee's 'logging camp, on tho Nickle-
mackle river, at Mud Bay. After diu-
fter some of the mon went to clear the
skidway, which had been choked up
with logs. In doing thia Augustus Anderson, a Swoed, about twenty-four
years of age-, fell between two rolling
logs and was crushed to a pulp—the
poor fellow's bruins being spattered all
around. W. 0.' Macdougal, .t&sq.,
Reovo, whoso residence is near the
camp, was called in, and gave it as his
opinion that no inquest was necessary.
The men constructed a temporary coffin, into which they put the mangled
romains of thoir comrade and brought
them over to this city, giving them respectable burial yesterday,
 ♦—	
"Correction.—Wo wero in 'exibx in
stating tliat Hon. Mr. Boaven received
a telegram from Mr. Raybould congratulating hiin upon his bucccss. Tho
telegram received was from ngontle-
man in Nanaimo congratulating him'
(Mr. Beavon) upon his election at the
head of the poll for Victoria City and
stating that Mr. Raybould would give
any Government an. independent support. This is all the Government ex-*
pecks from any member of the Legislature."
Tho above is from the Standard of
Wednos^ay, and it shows how utterly
reckless thnt journal iH in dealing with
tho political convictions of tho members-elect. But iu correcting one
error, our contemporary has fallen
into anothor. To say that "Mr. Raybould would give any Government an
independent support" is palpable nonsense. Mr. Raybould is a gentleman
of sterling principle, aud certainly
would riot support a bud Government
—as ho holds, and has long held, the
present one to be.
Complimentary. —Iu enumerating
the members-elect of the now Legislature) the Victoria Post pays the following compliment to tho senior member for Now WoBtminstor District:—
"Last, but by no means least, we oomo
to Mr. Jno, Robson. Thoro are many
people in this provinco who havo hoard
Mr. Robson elucidate his opinion when,
ns member for Nanaimo, he occupied
a sent in the Houso before, but there
are also many who hnVe not, having
arrived in Victoria since that period,
and thoy will have (lie pleasure of hearing (wo say it'without exaggeration)
the ablost orator and debater in British Columbia. For this roason wo uro
vory glad to know that Mr. Robson
will onco more occupy a promlnont
position ou the floor of tho* HoiiBe*
and Columbia will havo a body of ro-
presoiUativen sho may woll fool proud
of, and who Will inero.iso her reputation abroad."
Arrest or On^of the Assassins
-ol'luveiimsUaiidriurkc.
Nuw Yuiik, July 20,— ffeftdd's St.
Thomas spocirfl: Ono of tho assassins
of Lord Frederick Cavendish was arrested at Puerto Cabell-1 to-day. Ho
gives the name of his accomplices. He
has beer, sont to Oilrncas.
A detective of the Irish constabulary will bo sent to Caracas to receive
O'Brien, held on suspicion of being
one of the murderers of Lord Frederick Cavendish.
Magistrates' Court.
(Uuforo W. D. Fun is-iii.! W. J. Armitrong,B«]ii.)
Thursday, July 27,
U. F. Dilley, ovcraoor iu Haigh &
Son's Cannery, was brought up by a
Chinaman named Lap Kin-, for assault.
Mr. Bolo for prosecution; Mr. Corbould for defense.
From tho evidence it. appeared that,
on Monday last, a klotttohmnn threw a
piece of salmon at Lap Kin and ho ran
at ber with a knife. Dilley, having a
fish-pike in his haml, went up to him
and told him to go to his work, where*
upon he mado as if lo stab him (Dilley)
with tho knife. Dilley struck him
over tho head with the pike; nnd this
was tho assault for whicli ho \Vas
brought up nud lined $20 and costs!
Friday, July ?«9,
The Chinaman kip Kin was brought
up on a charge of drawing a knife on
U. F. Dilley. In addition to the
above-mentioned Magistrates there
wore on the Bench Jas. Cunningham,
Geo. Webster, aud Jno. Rubson,
Esqrs.
. The evidence, although much more
voluminous, was not ninl.irir.Uy different from tho facts above narrated. It
appeared in evidence that immediately
after Dilley struck L'tp Kin sumo forty
or fifty Chinamen rushed iu flourishing knives, and Dilloy hurriedly luft
thu building.
After a patient hearing and a great
deal of discussion, thu Magistrates retired, and) upon returning into Court,
Mr. Ferris announced tlmt it had been
decided to send Lap Kin up for trial,
Mr. Armstrong alone dissenting. The
Court stated that bail would be accepted in the sum of $500.
r^**rs*w*r.**aTi»7*3^^
"Major, you can't bluff mo," raised
him 85,000. Without moving a muscle
of hia face tlio Major drew out his
book, aud writing a chuck for §25,000,
threw it on the pile, saying, "Jf you
think I'm blulling come and see that/"
This was too much for the fertilizer
gentleman, and lie laid down threo
kings, while the Major booc-ped in tho
$42,000.
Scientific IrTisccllaiu).
Poker ror High Stakes.
It was n pleasant fall night in Savannah, (in., when a party of five gentlemen met by agreement in ono of the
private parlors of Scrovon Houbo to
have a little "draw," which, by tho
aforesaid ngruement, was to bo no
child's play, but a gamo for all that
wns in it. Throe of the men were
largo cotton merchants; ono wns an
extensive manufacturer of fertilizers,
and tho third was a genial hotel proprietor, who was blissod with a superabundance of wealth. The whole livo
woro "solid mon," whoso bank chocks
woro good for any amount, nnd often
during the game thuse same checks
wore piled up, when all ready money
and thu ivories wero staked on a hand.
Ono of the players, generally a hard
man to boat on account of his perfect
coolness and unbounded pluck, seemed
to bo unusually unlucky on this occasion) nnd before the gnine hnd become
fairly "hot," he wag lunor something
over @l0,00.). Biding liis timo, the
Major waited Until several stiff "antes"
had boon mado, and, when it came his
turn to put up, hu laughingly remarked, "GcutlouHiu. this game is going a
little alow. I'll mako it 81,000 to
play," Throe of tho others saw it, and
when his turn emtio tho Major raised
thu blind $1,000. This was also "soon"
by the others, and, on tho draw for
cards, he drow ono card for a flunh, and
made a pair of deuces; the second man
drew three cards; the third one card,
and the fourth two cards. Kauh of the
others hot a "chip," and the Major hut
$5,000. The second nud third men
dropped, but thu fourth, remarking,
A- physician reports musk to bu the
only efficacious roiuody for 'hooping
cough he has ever tried.
An English toronaut, Mr. Joseph
Simmons, has made a ballon trip of
170 miles in an hour and three quarters,
It i3 proposed to try an improved
phonograph in a Paris institution for
teaching the ponunciation of foreign
languages.
The number of hours of bright sunshine recorded nt Greenwich Observatory during 18S2 was 1301, which in
moro Minn 100 hours above the average
of the four preceding years.
A regular and strong electric curront
has been observed in germinating seeds
exposed to moisture, tho radicle befog
nogativo to tho cotyledons. The phenomenon is being investigated by Herr
Herman,
Straps made from various materials
lmvo been tested by Herr Weinltg,
who finds that tho straps of Russian
hemp are about ten por cont stronger
than thoso of Italian hemp and twice
as strong ns those of cotton.
According to the report of the Paris
Electrical Exhibition judges, th'
greatest oflicioucy of incandescent
electric lamps cannot be assumed to
bo more than 300* candlo-Hghts for
each horse-power of current,
Tho height of the atmosphere hns
been estimated by Dr; A. Korber
from the phenomena of refraction. By
two different inethnds of working out
tbo problem ho obtains a result of
117.4 and of 110.7 miles respectively.
Tn all departments nf science the
microscope is rapidly gaining favor ns
a means of investigation'. In a recent
paper H. Roinscb claims that its us it.
ehetnioitl analysis i.*s not only incroas-
ingjtyit that in some respects it sin-
passes the spectroscope in usefulness.
A subterranean forest n'ns recen fly
uncovered at a depth of ten feet below
the surface on the ostatc of Lord Nor*
manton, near Peterborough, England.
Some of tho trees are of great size, and
ho well preserved Hint tho different
varieLiea—such as oak and ehri—irjay
bo readily distinguished.
Mr. K. McLnchlan gives it ns his
opinion that many of tho wood-eating
insects do not attack healthy trees, but
only thoso which have commenced to-
decay from the operation of other
causes. These insoctn aro not. responsible for tho destruction of the trees,
but simply for hastening tho process
aftor it has been begun.
An Italian, Prof. Carlo Pavcsi, proposes as an improved disinfectant a
solution composed of chloride of lime,
camphor nnd glycerine. This compound may bu used in all cases where
phonic ncid is now employed, and its
odor is less poisonous than tho latter.
It is claimed that the putrefaction of
animal bodies is immediately arrested
hy it.
A romarknblo block of amber was
lately found in tho Baltic Sea. Pieces
ofambor rarely weigh kiovo than a
pound, but this specimen nnt only
weighs moro than eight pounds-, but
possesses all tbo qualities of the
rarest kinds. Tho largest piece nf
amber known is one iii the Mincra-
logical museum nf Berlin, weighing
thirteen and a half pounds.
Prof. W. Zenger has for a considerable time been trying to prove the
existence of a tolerably well-defined
period iu tho occurence of terrestrial
phenomena, such ns earthquakes,
storms, variations in atmospheric pressure and in tomperainio, magnetic
disturbances, etc. The length of
Prof. Zengor's period is 12.0 days,
corresponding to a half-rota tion of
the elm.
Tho annual report of tho Greenwich
Observatory for 1881 calls attention to
a remarkable change in tjie motion nf
Sinus, tho day star. During 1877 and
1878 this slnr was travelling through
space at the rato of about twenty-two
miles a Becond, but Inst year this rate
seems to have been dimtshed to about
seven miles n second. This apparent
decrease of speed is supposed to bo due
to the movomont of Sirius in its orbit.,
Tho total amount of gold in tho
nuriferooH snnd of the Kbino has been
estimated nt 830,000,000; but it is
mostly Covered by soil.wider cultivation. The richest portions nf this
sand contain only about one part nf
gold in two millions, yet sands have
boon worked when containing a much
smaller proportion, Gold in small
quantities nlso occurs in tho sands of
tho Phono, tho Anr, tho Danube nnd
several other European rivers.
A curious fact in connection with
instantaneous photography lias lately
been noticed. In the photograph of n
vehicle drawn by a (rotting horse, all
tho parts aro very distinctly shown
except the wheels, which are less distinct in their upper part than hi tho
lower. Tho reason is the mathematical ono that the spokes of the wheel
havo a much greater vehk'ity when at
tho upper part than when their ex-
treinoties are near the ground.
i . i
Fantiiti Parnell, sister of Charles.S.
Parnell, M. P. died suddenly nf paralysis of tbo heart, on the 21st inst.
ttZ3etFJ*SJA,i..+->'r<3litilJWX:
British CoIiinibhiAgcm.y of Toronto
Sufo and Lock lVorkB, ,f. -fc J.
Taylor, Proprietor's.
20 per
nil
These celebrated s
heavier iron,! wcighinj
and have all thvinodu
tlio best Amoiicau Fito and V.
Including   the ' Sargent (In
Lock.   Being of Canadian n
they are dutyifroe, and consequently _...
he sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes.
Firo and Burglar proof.vault doors
mauufoctiu'od of all sizes.iuid quality, at
prices lunging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars.      ■  ■
Derailed specifications for- vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Cominbia.
iio*2    M; W. VVAITT& Co., Victoria.
Bad Blood.—The blood is the trim
cssonco of vitality, without pure blood
there can hu no hcall hy action in the system. Boils, blotches, pbnples and tho
various humors and pleinishes of the
skin are only symptomatic of had blood
—tlmt needs purifying at ite fountain
bead, to render its tributaries'pure, liur-
dpek Blood Bitters effectually cleanse
the blood from nil humors, obtains a
healthy action of the liver, bowels'' kidneys, skin, etc., and strengthening while
it rugulatos and purifies,
The well known drug firm of N. C,
Poison k Co., of Kingston, writes' tliat
Dr. Fowler's extract of Wild Strawberry
has long been considered tliu best known
remedy for summer complaints in tho
market, and adds that their, customers
speak in the highest terms of its merits.
Wild Strawberry is the best known
remedy for Cholera Morbus, Dysentery
and all Bowel Complaints.
A Wise Precaution. -L. During tho
Summer and Fall people are liable to
sudden attacks of bowel complaints, and
with no prompt remedy or .medical aid
at hnnd, life may be in danger. Those
whoso experience litis given tueih wisdom
always keop Dr, Fowler's JSxtract of
Wild Strawberry at hand for prompt
relief, and a Physician is seldom required.
Mr. R. »W, Carmichnel. Chemist and
Druggist of Bellville, under date of May
31st, 1882, writes as follows:—Yonr
Burdock Blood flitters have a sternly
sale, arc patronized Hy the best families
here and surrounding country, and all
nttesfc to its virtues with unqualified
K--lifcf,'eUom '
There is no more wholesome or deli-
cious fruit on earth than the Wild Strawberry, and -there ia no moro effectual
remedy for Cholera; Dysentery, Cramps
aud othor summer complaints of infants
or adults, than Dr Blpivlor's Extract of
Wild Strawberry.
Bliii* Virriiiot*— Gimiino English—For
dressing wheat   to prevent   thb smut.
Send to Lanulkv & Co., Victoria.   Also,
for sale-celebrated Condition Powders
and Driflfeld's Block Oils.   Both the
should lie in every stable. mli2i)
r,L ACCOUNTS NOT PAID BY
-. the 15th inst. will he placed in the
da of a Collector with instructions.
W, J. FRENCH.
yWest-.. July**, 1382. jy5
TE1E SUNBEAM
PHOTO.  GALLERY
' WILL VISIT
HOPE Sc YALE
About the 57th JULY, ami remain toil
short time.   Photegrapl f nil kinds
taken in tiie i.est stylo known to tlie
Hit.
11. It. .IUDKINM,
jy22-2w Proprietor.
IG
rniiF, i;Nm-]ii9iG.>F,D, being a-,
X bout to leave ftew Westminster for
some months, may be found for the present at his old office on Front Street,
near Mary Street, where ho will he prepared to settle idl accounts against liim
and receive nil sirins due.
1 take this opporamity of thanking
the public for-tiie liberal patronage bestowed on the Occident during the time
I have, pepupied it and to solicit a continuance of the same to my successor.
J. W. HOWISON.
Now 'West., July 25, 1882.
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served Mrs. Malleson, ' 'You must
introduce hor later. She is wonderfully pretty.
She was in her turn monopolized and
lod away. Aglionby could not have
replied had Bhe remained. If ho had
never known, or never admitted tho
truth to himself until now, at hist it
overwhelmed him. Lizzie Vane beloved
by him!
It was like awakening from some
ghastly dream, to bo confronted by a
yot more horrible reality. Ho mechanically passed his hand over hia
eyes and shivered. When ho looked
round again he saw that Judith was
standing alono. Philippa was receiving
somo very lato guests. Delphino had
boon lod away, so had Mrs. Malleson.
Several groups wero in the room, but
both ho and Judith wero emphatically
alono — outside them all. Presently
he found himself by her side—as how
should ho not '/ There was no ono elso
Micro, so far as he knew. On a desert
island even enemies become reconciled.
"I hope you have not quite forgotten
me Miss Conisbrough."
His voice was low, and there was no
smile on his face, any more than thero
was ou hers. With both oi them it
was far too deadly earnest to permit of
smiles or jests.
"It would imply an unpardonably
short memory ou my part, if I had,''
she answered vory gravely, and looking
moro majestic than over. Ho folt hor
gloved hand within his, and for a
blessed moment or two he forgot Lizzie Vano's vory existence. With the
actual touch of her hand, with tho
sound of her pathetic contralto voice,
the spell rushed blindhigly over him.
How had he lived out theso weoks since
he parted from her ? How had he been
able to think it all ovor, as ho hud
dono again and again, calmly and without any particular emotion ? In one of
Tergueneffa novels, ho relates the
story of a Russian peasant woman,
whose only and adored son is suddenly
killed. A visitor, calling a week or so
later, finds the woman, to his surprise,
calm, collected, and oven cheerful.
"Laisseis la," observed the husband
'■'eileest fossUee!" Now Bornard know
that was exactly what hq had been—
fossilized; unrcalixing what had happened to him. For him as for that
peasant woman the -Iny of awakening"
h;'.d dawned.
Ho allowed his eyes and liis voice to
tol' Judith that in finding her to-night
ho found that which ho most desired
to see. He allowed his eyes and hia
voice also to question her eyes and her
voice, and in their'vory hesitation, in
their reply, in their vory trouble, their
abashed quietness, ho read the answer
—merely with look and tone—without
any word whatever, and he wanted to
ask it again and again,and to have her
answer it as-oftcn as ho asked it. She
was standing, so was he. That hist
long look was hardly over, when he
oiVoi'od her his arm, and said;
"You nro not dancing; como fo the
sofa aud sit down."
Sho complied; mechanically she flat
down, and he beside her; ho put his
arm over the back of thu sofa; she was
leaning back, and the bice rufHe of hor
dress just touched his wrist, and the
contact made his blood run faster.
•[Mrs. Conisbrough is not with you?"
ho inquired.
(,No, sho is not well. She made a
point of Dolphiue's and my doming.1'
Bernard did not ask her for a dance.
Ho felt a sympathetic comprehension
of her position. Ho knew sho would
have to dance unleas sho wished to be
remarkable, winch ho was sura was no
part of her scheme. .Hut lie knew that
it would be agarnst her will—that she
would bo more grateful to thoso who
did nut ask; hev than to those who did,
and lie refrained.
"You said," he went on, iu tlio samo
low tone, "that if wu met in society,
wo might meet os friends, I have not,
troubled you since you told mo that,
have 11"
Judith patisud, and at laaf said constrainedly:
"No."'
"No. Therefore I claim my reward
now. Wo aro in society to-night. It
is the time when we aro allowed by
your own law to be on friendly terms,
and I moan to take advantage of the
fnct. Will you grant mo a favor?
Will you let mu take you in to supper I"
Judith, in her simplicity and surprise, was quito bewildered, and folt
distracted bow to act. Evidently ho
had not given up, nnd did not intend
to give up, any scrap of a friendly or
cousinly privilege which might bo
opened to hiin. If her secret iu tho
background had been less terriblo and
(to her) tragic, sho would havo been
amused at Aglionby's determination
not to bo set aside. As it was, sho re
plied at last gently:
"Don't you think (here is another
Indy whom you ought rather to tako in
to supper?"
He opened his eyes as if not understanding, then remarked:
"Oh, ynu mean Miss Vane. Bo not
imagine that I am neglecting hor. Hor
partner at tho supper-table is already
selected. She told mo so herself. Sho
is to dance an 'extra,11 flunk sho called it, before supper, or after, I forgot
which—but with somo man who is to
tako her in to that repast. Therefore,
may 1 hope for tho pleasure 1 To 'confound the politics' of the assembled
multitude, if for no other reason." ho
added. "They are sure to look for
signs of enmity between us, and I
should like to disconcert them."'
"Very well, if you wish it," said
Judith gravely, ''and if 1 must go in
to supper, as I suppose I must."
"I'm afraid you have not looked forward with any enjoyment to this ball'/"
uEnjoymentr echoed Judith drearily; and added, half forgetting tho
terms sho hnd herself laid down, "Ho
not think it very strango that Delphino and J should be here. Mamma
insisted, and wo dared not, thwart her.
You do not biow how unwilling we
were, and how it has troubled ub."
"I know what it must feel liko to
you," Im said; and was going to say
more. Ho was going to say that
though ho knew what it had cost her,
yet tlmt ho waa not, altogether sorry,
sinco it had brought them together,
nnd alio would not allow any other
kind of intercourse. Hut just at that
moment Sir   Gabriel,   whom Judith
hnd not yot spoken to, arrived upon
tho scone. Kir Gabriel had received
nn inkling of tho truth from his son,
who had  b:ul it  from  Mm. Malleaou,
Randulf had hastily confided it to Sir
Gabriel:
"I wish you'd pay a littlo attention
to tho Misses Conisbrough, sir. Thoy
didn't want to como a bit—to meet
Aglionby, you know, and not threo
months since their unclo's death; but
their mothor made them, and they
dared not cross, hor—so if you wouldn't
mind "
Tho hint wa3 more than enough
for tho warm-hearted old gentleman.
Despite his real liking for Aglionby,
he had never ceased to shake his head
over tho will, and to think that Mrs.
Conisbrough and thoso girls had been
very badly used. Ho had just had
Delphino introduced to him in tho
ball-room, and now he had mado his:
way to Judith.
"Miss Conisbrough, I'm delighted
to seo you hero! I havo just boon
talking to your sister, who is tho
loveliest creature I've seen for twonty
years and more. I may say that to
yon, you know. If sho doesn't turn
somo heads to-night, why, thoy aro
not tho same kind of heads that usod
to be ou man's shoulders in my
days."
Judith's faco flushed. Sho smiled a
pleased yot nervous smile. Yes, Del-
phino was all that tho good old man
called her, aud how delightful this
sweet incense of justicu, not flattery,
would havo boon—how grateful, if—
if only Sho crushed down a desire
to laugh, or cry, sho know not which—
an hysteric feeling—and answered Sir
Gabriel politely, but, as ho thought,
a littlo indifferently. But, remembering hia son's words, ho stood talking
to her for some timo, and tinally offered her his arm to take her to tho ballroom and danco a quadrille With her.
Aglionby went with them at the samo
time, So long ns he did not exceed
the bounds of politeness, ho told
himself—so long as his outward conduct could be 'denominated "friendly''
—he shook his head back—he would
not turn himself into a conventional
machine to say, "How do you do?"
"Good evening," and no more.
As they entered tho ball-room, they
were confronted by Miss Vauo, moro
flushed now, moro nt her ease, and
arm-in-arm with a youth who had boon
introduced to her as Lord Charles
Startforth, and who would by his title
alone have fulfilled, to her mind,
every requisite necessary to the constitution of a "real swell!" She saw
Bernard, Sir Gabriel, and Judith
nnter, and at once inquired of her
partner:
"Eh, I say, isn't that Sir Gabriel?"
"That is Sir Gabriel," replied tho
young gentleman, with sangfroid.
Ho had found Miss" Yane and her
provincialisms a source of tho most
exquisite entortninment.
"I thought ao. And there's my
beloved with him."
"Your beloved—happy man! Aglionby, I suppose you meant"
"Yes," said Miss Vane, explaining.
"I call him my beloved, you know,
because 'Bernard' is too familiar when
you're talking to strangers, and 'Mr.
Aglionby' sounds still", doesn't it?"
"1 quito agree with you. Your
beloved's aspect just at present is
somewhat gloomy."
"My! Yes! Ho does look ns cross
as two sticks. But," with sudden
animation, "I've seen that girl before
who's guhifj ludiiii-50 with Sir Gabriel.
Who is she?"
"Sho is Miss Conisbrough, of
Yoresett."
"Conisbrough--oh, of course! One
of those girls who wanted to havo Bernard's money," said Miss Vane, tossing her head. "Woll, just fancy!
only Miss Conisbrough! From hor
dress, and Sir Gabriel's dancing with
her, I thought she must bo a .somebody."
"Miss Conisbrough doesn't go out
much, I think," aaid the young man
instinctively speaking with caution,
and unable for his own part to resist
looking with admiration at the lady in
question. "Your 'beloved' seems to
know her, though."
While Lizzie was explaining, hoi*
partner advanced, and suggested to
Sir Gabriel that he and Miss Vane
would be happy to be thoir vlt-a-vis.
So it was arranged, and Bernard retired, after forcing a Binilo in answer
to a coquettish nod from his betrothed,
After this dance Judith found no lack
of partners. She was forced to danco,
and Aglionby saw her led oil'timo after
time, and congratulated himself on
having secured her promise concerning supper.
As for Delphino, she had not been
in the drawing-room after the lirst five
rniuulcii following her arrival. Judith
purposely avoided noticing hor. She
had a vague consciousness that sho was
dancing a good deal with Randulf
Danesdalo, and whilo her reason condemned her heart condoned, and even
sympathized with tho imprudence.
Even she herself, after a time, fell into the spirit of the danco and began to
rejoice in tho mere pleasure of the
swift rhythmic motion. Though calm
and cool outwardly, she was wrought
up to a pitch of almost feverish excitement, and, as is often tho case with
excitement of that kind, she was able
distinctly and* vividly to note every
small circumstance connected with the
course of tbo evening. She remembered her mother's words, "They shall see
who it is that has been passed over,"
and sho could not but perceivo that
both she 'and her sister attracted a
great deal of attention; that men were
led up and introduced to them oftoner,
on the whole, thnn they wero to other
girls—that, in fact, they created a sensation—were a success. Sho supposed,
then, that her mothor was right. If
thoy had had that "position" which
rIio so coveted for f hum, they would
not bo counted nonentities iu it.
Judith also saw, with a woman's
quickness in such matters, that which
poor Bernard never perceived, thu
fact, namely, that though Lizzie Vane
got plenty of partners, and was apparently made much of, yet that many
of her partners wero laughing at her,
and drawing her out, and that thoy
laughed together about her afterward;
aud lastly—most significant fact of all
—that source a woman noticod or spoke
to hor, oxcept Miss Danesdale, who,
as hostess, was in a measure obliged to
do so.
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—AND-—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(0|>u. Oolnnllil Hotel)
N B W   W .1? S T JI I N B T E I!.
iter Several gooit Farms for Sale anil to
Lease. nolO
TUBfO, BEETOM & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WIIAUF STREET, ■ VICTOUli,
-A.G-323STTS   3TOI4
North British nnd Mercantile
Insurance Do. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
!l(l Finebury Circus,
London, 1!. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS.
Agelll Hip (licTKAVEI.bKliS- INSUU-
AJi'OK CO., (if lluptlord, Conn.
Sew Wondilimtev, It, C.
0,1, MAMTEI,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELE53
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCK,.   JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sai.c.
All Mulls nl Mill> ami SSI.Vi.K JEW.
HMtV  made fn oriler.
ETRUSCAN COLCRiNC!, KID fl. SILVER PLATING.
KnfiuHeiucii.   nml   Wi'iliIlHg   K(hk»  ti
KlU'rinlty.
tt&r AVatcbes   unil   Jewelry   carefully
rcreiired.  Obi Gold and Silver bought.
,iny4to
Every Man to his Own Business
J&..   FELBLE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL IIOTI',1,),
NEW  WESTMINSTER;  B. 0.
BROTHERS,
ll
PIiyHlcimis* Prescrliitlnns mid Family Recipes» Npi'clnlij".
N.   B. — Only (Jenninc Drugs need.
Over twenty Years' ex peri c nee.     uiriM
WOODS «£ TUB,
LAND SURVEYORS,     .
REAL ESTATE. AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
HUMS,  IIKilTS, AC, CO'diKOTHD,
Loans Negotiator, and a General
-Agoncy Business transacted.
I.GKNTS  FOU THri
Picnlx Fire IiiMirniicc Company of
llrooklyn, ami tbe
Kqnltablo lift Assurance Society
or the lulled Slates.
('OI..WIII.1   HTIIKI'.T,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   11. C.
1', 0; Box 40.   -
SUBSCRIBE
IjiOR THK British Crilnmblart, the
'   Newspaper an tlio Mainlund of British Columbia.   Only S.I n year.
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS  IN-
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STRKET,
l, B.C.
Having ofltablishotl Business in tlie above
J.iiiL'H anil by
REGEIT IIPOKTATIIIS
European & Eastern Markets
We nre prepnrud to (ill orders to the
Trade in the following Goods.
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TGBAGGOS,
CODFISH,
FMGKEBEL,
Gallflies, Bice, Syrup, Clieese,
Dried t'rtiils, Oaiincfl Roods,
Vinegar, Slaking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Coooa,,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BeV-'USMtJ)
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Ooodn in the Grocery and
Provision Lino.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to tlie underacted floods, on
which thomost LIBERAL INDUCE-
ME&TS will bo offerod to the
Trade, flu wo aro
SOLE
Agents for BritisliColumWa
GOOD AS GOLO BAKING POWDIR
Tho Beat find Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water AVbitc nnd Pure. *»
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   tho  Largest Size and Bist
Tobacco;
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TIIE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
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NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
—vou—
WHITE  LABOR
—on Tirti—.
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN—
BEITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .63 00 to §4 00 Uf day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00     ■•
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge! Cm-pouters,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters.
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
BInoksnviths,   2nd
class  2 50 ,[
Blncksmith  Helpers  1 GO to   2 00     "
Drillers  1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers  1 50 to 1 75     <(
Hewers, 1st class 3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 (f
Scorers, 1st class 2 GO "
All outside labor 10 hours por day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Kmploycea to find themselves Bed,
Board mid Lodging.
Boarding Houaea will  be convenient
nlong the Line.   Board— ?'•* per week,
It will not be compulsory for Employ
ecs to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
10th of each mouth.
A.  OWDKRDOHE,
(Ii:ni:iiai, Managiih.
Office df the Coxtractoh8,
Canaiiiax Pacific Railway,
Ynlo,Mnroh I, I8S1.
- co   era-o       ■   o) j
P.    Wl     tJ3S(B535|     CS*    *J   ~.
p  w   imnmwnm]   tf  l-H   »       .
P  "   *-SiS.*   W   * 3     K
a ???_? **     1   ui
M    ^     *«WK935*      irj    O   ^  J   <C
O    e-j     BrarrOT,       J]    ©        ,|   W
•»$K5M,-.     ! ;° 9.
*'''■ *{+■:*■'JV ''i-rs- '~r ~
f"':' ',:■"    's V'.';.v,;'';'     - - .'.I
k4u\':,^S>-<& ~ '■■■ V,
*iP»-l-«---S.l.-:.d   %'it
a fop i }\v- •■■*■•'. :i yy, -ii a
* \ ■:■- -   ■ . " ei    - c
>,,*&?•-;.;:: r-'-j;' na
*'r;'""\ **"?.-.;■■)   "a $ <
OREGON PPMQE
YTTILL STAND FOU SERVICE
VV during tho season of IHS*.J, on
tho Farm of the undersigned, Chilli*
wlmck, nnd at Langley- Ladner's Landing, unil Maple Ridge.
OnUflON I'liiNn.-. was foaled in Oregon!
will be (1 years old in May; is a dappled
gray; stands 17? hands high; weighs KI7G
liis. at present, will weigh about 1880 lbs.
during reason; is very gentle, very fust
walker, good trotter, and a powerful
horso in harness, lie waa sired by W,
Myer's imported 1'ereheron — "White
Priiico." OiiKiio*** lMiinci, won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and is the largest horn-
on the mainland of British Columbia.
TURMS-SIO, $15, and $20. Parties
from b distance sending mares will be
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R. STEVENSON,
jnyWtc Ciiilliwhaok,
NOTIO'B.
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, two months after date, I, the
undersigned, intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of bands aud Works for
permission to purchase KiO or more acres
of Crown hind, situntcil on Namoo Harbor, .''itz-Kiigh Sound, B.C. Commencing' at post near the shore, marked A;
thence Northerly, along tho shore, and
including two smalt islands, 50 chains, to
post B; thonco Knsterly, 40 chains, to
post C; thence Southerly, GOehnins, to
post D; thonco -Westerly*, 40 chains, to
point of commencement.
No minerals are known to exist on this
land.
JOHN CLAYTON.
Victorin, B. C.j f5fh May, 1882.   jyl-2m
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
LLIAM McCOU
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS patrons that ho has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will bo found, as usual, a complete nssortmont of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS-,
And a fine lino of
Dry Goods, Hunts' Varnishing
Goods, &c, &c.
Wliich will lie soM'at tlm LOWEST
POSSIBLE P1UOES te Cash.
Ho thanks las MgIkIs for thoir palt
liheral patronage and hopeB for. a com
timiauuo of tlm aaino. mhl
THE GREAT EXGUSB REMEDY
cesses in nmliirer yeurs,
lilt, MIXTIK wilt nurco to forfeit
FiVC Hundred Hollim foraensoof
this kimi (lit; Vital RCfltorntlve (under
his special adviee nml trtmtment)wHI not
enro| or for anythlrp Impure or Injurious
found in H. DR.MIJfTIEiMutBall Dis-
esses   biicccs'ffully   without   mercury,.
(.'OIIKUltlUlBIl freo. Tlioronpii fxunt'l,-*
muitm unil nil vice, $5*00. PiioeorVltn.
HOBtOrntlVC, SS-OO' ii bottle, or fcittf
times ihe qtmntily; $10*00; sent to nny
nddress upoh receipt of price, orO O. D,(
secure from observation, nml in nrivnt'ti
hams   if   desired, by  A.  K. MINTIK,
Thoso who ennnot visit ]IK, MINTIK
in Han Fraucbc.o should send a full am!
minute statement -of tlieir iroubles willi
$3r>'O0j und in return a full course oi"
Medicine will bo lorwnrded, Becilrfly
packed, so ns not tn excite curiosity,
AU orders for medicine 0, 0.1), must
bo accompanied, witli $1,0,0 (its n nunr-*
nntcn of pood fuiili), whicli will be deducted wlion tlie piickupe is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE I"It 15K.~Sent oft
application by lelicr BtJitlnp symptom**,
sex nnd ngo. Communications strictly
confident!*.!. jny31-ly
I] Kciti'lic*' Sired, Sim fr-iiir!*-™, 4'nl.
1. SPIKY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
I .
Phi;, srnvNKY, won knowniwfl|»Ibtut-
uJ> dor of tlie Miiiitii-il, ill. B.) Med,--..) InMli
l*iK.iiid.iit...---..|u-*ol-jr.-l Un, (■■•IXNKYVII.I.N
JNFiltMAttY* would huh* l-1.!j,,<*i-iiiilly Inform
his |ini!. mis nml 111.' iii'ii.-li-d.Li'i.i'-i.Il-.-, tlmt lio
Mill rin.tluui". to iiviil'-tiriink'nmhiiii-vuiiii din-
DnsMwIthnniiiHQllck-tlimcccin.
LADIES AND GEMT^EMEMi
llcraomliiir tint. limrMtitnllm In tho t.il'of of
OOXHEBAHD BE HEALED.
Ii miilttirH mil wlitit your troulilori mny ln'.comn
'"'-1 ivt  Ifcf IK • ,-.-.,mi  ,-Miir chhi."    It will
i*;wl yuu iiMhiMK for i*.>ti<i(Ui,th)». ho -iIch-mi rail
mul H.ilfafy youinolveil wliotliui* lli» D.ii-tor mutur-
Httindx your 01110. If Im cun ctire yon he will tell
y-.ti »<•; IT mil. Im will dll viu Ihul, fi.r Im wilt
imt inuIurtaHo ;i ciue lllllun- li> In (.-unlldi-tit or uf-
I" Cllll-fll ClllB.
I'nrliij-J nt a dlstuiioo wi.ihlm; trii-itiin'iit, liy
M-iiU:i!;   -J.*,  nii-l  lt  initiiil.-  ,i,-.rn|.tiii||  t<f   thi-ii-
ticnhtcd will rocalvt) in rrlimi ti full room .if
(routment Hccni'olv r>*.<*k«>it »<< n» noi io oxl-EIo ch-
ritallj-.
OH. HprSHKY^Ill pHinraiitee to lorrolt FIvb
Knudn-d llollnr* lor oti-rj- cum* i.r uny kind or
diLii-m-lr*-- which lit- uiid--rl:i1;,*H»iiil R'Hp to mire.
I*. S.—-For fJlBDWti of iliurt Htnmllni*, h full
fiir-w of ini-ilU-ini-!.. Hiiniiri.tnt for 11 euro, with
nil IitctrnctlmiB, will hu mnt lo nny Btldiumt on
rucol|itdr$lO.
ball or Addrrt8
Dr* SPINXKY A. CO.,
ft 2f-1y      No. II Koiiiiicy.m.,H;iii FittuicI*.co,Cal. •
To RlSGAsBS, COMI'I-AINTS Unit ACCIQKNTS
wliich ]I,\..v.m,i.'s Vel.l.ow OIL is cieuw
kill to cine or relievo cither ill Man or
ltGAST.
TAUII linrlKJlLY FOU
CROtlV, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, tc
'miED EXTERNALLY FM
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
COXTRAC1IOXS
LUMBAGO,
BEAFXESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOIXTS,
riiiisr rite,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIN IN BACK,
P.UXInSIDE,to,
Vvi 1 y liollle ffuersntccil to give satiifuo.
tion or money rehiielcil.
DII1E0TI0KSWITH EAOH BOTTLE. PfflOl alfe.
T.KILBOTtlT Cs 00., Prcprlotors
TultONTO, ONT.
1TOTIOB.
-VTfJTIQE IS HHlIKIiY GIVEN
i\| tlmt, two months after ilnto, I, the
imdei-aigt'ed, intend to apply to tho
Chief Commissioner of LaiulH and Works
for poriniflsic-n" to purchase KiO or mom
antes of CrmVn laud, situated on Koeyo
Harbor, Kitz-llugh Sound, B. G. Com-
lnonbing at post near thu shore, marked
Aj thonco Northerly, fiO chains, to post
Jjj thence Knsterly, 4Q chains, to post
C; thouco Southerly, "i0 chains, to post
I); tlionoo Woaterly, 40 chnins nlong the
shore, to puintuf oomriiencoment.
No miHBralt* are known to exist on this
laud.
-    JOHN CLAYTON,
Victoria, B. C, 15th Mny, 1882.   jyl-2m
rpHK t'NDIORSKJNI-ll) HAS FOR
.1. nulc on rooHonable terms a few half,
bred Ayrahire yearling Bulls, Hired by tho
Thoroughlned Ayi-shire Bull
IK> "W DE" I" 39 3R, X 3W ,
The diiniH being choice   dairy cows.
A. S. VMDBER,
JUH Httmaa:

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