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Array Provincial Socroi
THE BRITISH GOLUMllAN
—is runuiniRD—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— DV-
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entmuce to Editorial and Business Department th douoh T. R.
Pearson k CD'S. Book & Stationery Store.
l*«_M..lly Mnll, $.11, ye»r I ?1 50 Tor Bmof.i
$1 furs mo..; pnynble in Advniico. Vollvoretl
liy Cii'Tler or Alton!, $1 ]icr quarter, euyiilile
quarterly tb Currier or Agent.
AOrSNTS:
T, N. Hibben & Co. Viotoria.
Wm. iHa«'riion Yale.
L. P. FISHER AilvorlhliiB Arjont, 21 Moroimnt'e
Kxclinniro, 8n.Il I'rinielecu, in ulltllt>ri,eilte receive
Ailecrtt.ein.nt. fur till, niieer.
TUIO   DADED   mny lie feiinil nn Ilie nt
I Hid rArfcn ii.». v. rowoh *o«.'.
Nuwriimpur Ailv''rtiKiii-» Iliiruini (10 Rprm-i! SI.).
wlii*r« mlvortlHliig i-untrncta miiy liu iiimlo for It ill
SfKW YORK.
lite gtritish Columbian.
'Will(11*4iij   Morning, Aiik. 10. IHK'J,
Wanted—Organlznlloti.
This journal lms more tlinu onco
attempted'to bring about tho formation of a board of trade In New
Westminstor, but so far as any outward practical result is concerned,
without effect The importance of
such an organization hero may be
made more manifest by referring to
certain doings of a similar body in
another community. There is ut
Victoria an organization arrogating
to itself tho broad designation of
•'British "Columbia _»oiu*(I of Trade"
—a designation to which its right
might well bo questioned, seeing
that is purely local in everything
save its unjustifiable pretensions.
Nevertheless- it is found on important occasions acting aud spea.kipg
•for the whole Province, and that,
too, in respect of Matters more directly concerning this part of thu
country. l'er instance, it is not
long since wo found it presuming to
in.ike suggestions in the name and
on beliulf of the whole Province to
the Dominion Government respecting certain most important fishery
regulations, the extraordinary char-
lu'tt-r of somo of wliich we pointed
out at the time; and now we find
i.fc occupying a somewhat similar
\i isitton in respect to tho representation of British Columbia at the
great international fishery exhibition. In short, evei-y now and
..gain we find this body stepping up
to the foot-lights and talking as if
tt wero the duly constituted
ii-uiith-piece of tho whole Provino.
Now, we would not wish to bo misunderstood here. It is not in a
spirit of fault-finding that theso incidents are adverted to. In so far as
the organization is concerned, we
lmvo no right to tako exception to
its action—-albeit, we do take exception to tlie provincial designation
assumed, On tho contrary these
people aro to be comuiendiM rathCl1
than condemned for tbe vigilance
displayed tn guarding interests in
I respect of which thoy conceive they
lmvo a right to be lletml and listened
to. What we do say is that the
people of New Westminster are
very much to blame for not assert
ing their right to be heard and listened to in matters more directly
concerning this community than any
1 other—such, for instance, as tbe fishery interests, the nuvigutmu of the
Fraser, ocean mail service and the
like. If our own merchant, and
|»eoplo will stand fecklessly looking
on, while others less entitled to do
ho talk in tlio name of tlie whole
Province, the fault is ourr*. not
theirs, aud the occasion may be very
near when this community shall
bitterly regret its supincness in this
matter. But this is not thu only
class of reasons why thero should
exist a board of trade in New-Westminster. There aro constantly arising questions of a moro domestic
character which require looking
after—questions which, although
seemingly trivial now, titiderly tile
commercial prosperity of the place.
If these "little beginnings" continue
to be neglected and despised, we
-hall look in vain for the commer
cial prosperity of New Westminster,
A good, livo board of trade could do
vory much towards making this nn
ittraetive market both for tbe buyer
nd seller; and unless something be
lone to improve it in this respect,
»'o are apprehensive that more far-
eeing and progressive communities
ill soon spring up to contest tbe
ilaiin of New Westminster to com-
norcial supremacy on the Lower
Vaser. Nature bus indeed done
mull for this place ; but nature will
it force commercial greatness upon
i If our people wiil not employ
ie ordinary means for inipleuient-
ig what nature has dono, why then
ey may expect to hear the stern
,mmand-*"Take away tbe talent!"
- j^wggg^g*gg*g^gM z1. jsweaaasxaaSas
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VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SA^UBDAY, AUGUST 19, 1882.
NUMBER 15
©ur rStor*).
KITH AND KlU.
(Cuntlntiotl.)
Sir Gabriel's facet lost none of its
kindness, but a troubled expression
crept over it, aud into his eyes, as ho
saw the fixed and marmo compuaure of
tho lovely face beforoUlim.
"You do nnt speak," ho said at last.
"Let me explain na clearly ns I can
the errand which brought me here. I
have como hi ask you to reconsider tho
answer you gave to K jfcdulf tho other
night. Put away any thoughts of mo
—ask only of your oW|i lionrt if it contains that lovo for iny-ion whicli a wife
should bear to her husband, ami if il
answers you yes, givgjjjie leavo to send
Randulf to see you; let him hear from
you that you will become his wife-, and
my daughter."
Dolphinu's face had only grown
paler. Her hand, which had been resting nervously on tho table, had slipped
down, and was now fast lockod together with tho other. Sho clasped them
tightly.upon her lap, looked at him
with tho same dull, glazed eyes, tho
same impassive calm, and speaking at
lust iii a toneless, mechanical voico,
whioh seemed not to belong to herself:
"I am vory sorry. You are very
good to mo, but 1 cannot marry your
son."
Sir Gabriel waa shocked, distressed
in tho extreme. This was no refusal
from one who wns indifferent. Could
it possibly be that tho girl was not
ipiile in her right nitnd ? But that idea
waa soon cast nsido. Nothing could lie
less agitated, more reasonable, more
mine, than her whole manner. He did
nut know that she was sull'einng supreme torture; that she felt as if every
moment ahe inust shriek aloud in her
despair, or burnt into a tit, of wild,
hysterical laughteK'nt the grim humor
of the gaum uf cross-purposes which
they were playing! Tin's he' onuld not
know; but he would havo boon a, fotJl
if ho had not read suffering in her
blanched face, in hor dull ami lixed
eyas, in her nervously clasped hands,
and in the dead monotone of her voice.
Ho could only grnpo about, pleading
Kiiu.lulfs cause, which had now become hi*, own; with each word stabbing her afresh, thinking that if only
ho could get her to assign the reason
for her refusal of Itandulf, ho would
be able to overcome it.
"You told Randulf thnt yon did not
love him," ho went on. "He told me
that ho did not believe you," A rush
of color surged ever her face, nnd Sir
Gabriel went on gently, but pushing
jnatters as fur as he could, to make
things straight, as ho thought: "Aa to
that, I can affirm nothing, except that
ho spoke from tho moat reverent aud
solemn conviction, and nut aa a coxcomb. And you will forgive my saying that there rould suroly lie nothing
remarkable in it—certainly nothing to
bo ashamed of, it you did lovo hiin,
however ardently, 1 nm his father,
and consequently prejudiced in his
favor, but 1 ought tn know belter thnn
others what hu has been to me. He
has been a good son, of whom f am as
proud na I am fond. I think his sister
would own that he is a good brother.11
(Onu of Dolphinu's hands went up to
her facu, and half hid it.) "His friends,
I notice, continue to bo hia friends.
His dependents tire fond of hue; thoy
servo him cheerfully. His dogs and
burses love Imp too, nnd that ia something to go by. He ia no fool; ho is a
gentleman by naluro as null as by
birth." (Dolphines oilier hand had
now gene to hu'r face, which was covered completely?) "And there is no reason why ho should ilut lie as worthy as
it lover and husband as he is in these
other things. Aiid added to that, my
child, hu loves yon neither lightly nor
carelessly, but with n lovo T liko tu aeo
—with reverence as well aa passion,
with a man's love, nml the love of a
j( -1 "'id honorable man. Is it really
imrn* • that you can return his
lovo? •.!. ''yuu caiimit refuse to allow hiin tu ple.id his cause! Surely "
Ho stopped abruptly, moved, lniu*-
self, as ha dwelt upon tho excellencies
of "that boy'1 who was ao dear to him,
and to aeouro whoso happiness he had
undertaken this errand. For thu last
few minutes Delphino's arms had boon
stretched out upon thu table, her
golden head prone ujlnil them, her fane
hidden from sight. Now she suddenly
raised it to him-tearless still, hut
with her eyes dim with anguish, and
faltered brokenly:
"Oh, Sir Gabriel, hnvo a little pity
upon mo! Do you think 1 du not know
what he is?" The words canto with
something liko indignation, anger,
scorn. "Have I nut got eyes, aud ears,
and a heart? Oh, if I could only turn
to atone this moment! And has hu not
looked at me, aud Hpoken to mo and
told mo ho loved mo 1 Has ho not beon
kind, iind gentle, and generous'/ Has
he nut I worship hiin!"
Tho last words Bprung forth, ns it
were, involuntarily, breathlessly. Sho
looked nt him for a moment with Hashing eyes, her faco transfigured with a
beauty which startled him; her passionate fel'vor reduced him to silence.
That Randulf loved bur he wondered
no longer. He approved from his heart
of hearts.
"Therefore t will never liinrry him,'1
sho went on, aud her voico had gained
Bttougth. "Tell him what you pleaae;
that I nm li Ilut and a jilt—-only hu
he will never believe it; hut tell hint
that I will novel* marry him. And if
you know why," she added composedly,
"you would not proas mo either."
l'I do nut know that," he said. "I
see you are oppressed by what seems
to yuu some very painful aecrut. But
you know nothing of tho wnrldj, my
child. I must bu a far hotter judge
than you of what does nud what doea
not constitute tm insuperablo obstacle.
Cannot yuu confide in mu?1
(.Hun  Fmii'lli   I'll};.'.,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
001^ HINDER,  -PAPKR RULER,
nml Blind; Rook Manufacturer.
Maps nnd Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, H. €.
"F-'-ra.-'sr,
Contractor and Builder.
PUNS nntl BEBOIFIOATIONg CAKE.
FVIiliY MAIIK OUT.
ALSO \r.V..\'f  FOU TIIF,
Asphalt Roofing Company,
Thia is the" BEST nntl CHEAPEST
Rooting now in use, Call and examine
model roof.
S3T Shop corner of Mackenzie* k Clark-
Hon Streets, New Westminster.    np!2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish'Conimercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £2,000,000 sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Ratca of
Pre n ii um hy
30HN C BROWN,
Agent for New "Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
saw iiumi,   kit I'ittim;,   i.ikk.
K.iiirn. <ttt!,f,iiv <at«; ;n>,
scissoiis sua it;'i:\i:i>,
SEWING- MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired;   Machine
Needles for Snlo.
1 mtin iins -uVmie-i, -mil (joneml Repairing neail.v i!«im'.
Ammunition of till kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and every thing
required by a Sportsman. Riruis, Siur
(JONS' Rkvoi.vkus, and Fisinxt: Tacki.)
for sale. il24y
ADVANTA8ES OF TKE
IIP
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petrolcm.i
for Illuminating Purposes:
The beacon light is
an (Hi of High Test with a light gravity,
which mokes tho Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner Rives it (Brilliant) Light cuuni to Tea Candle
Lights!
Its odor in net offensive.   Tho Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
fn point of "Economy, tho Beacon Light
Oil is
l-l'-SS EXPKriflllVl-. THAN OliH'tt 01l»,
The CniisiiiiK.']' burning one light—for
Four Hours—will no"* consume over One
Oill, or one thirty-second part of ii .Gallon-, whieh iloea nut tax the Consumer
more tlum Two Cents for n wholti night.
OIM'KXHKIMKR BROS.,
fe4 Solo Agents, Victorin, B.C.
North British & IVSercan-
tile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED lOOa,
T,R,Pearsiiii& Co,, Agents,
HEW WHKTMINSTIifl.
llcsoiiriTs of the Cmiiiiiinv ns nt
3IkI December, ISSl.
I, Silliaorilieil Capital—
I'liiil-n,, c noo.ono o o
Ditoolloit  i,;,uo,ooi) o 0
iJ2,ooo,oo6 o o
It. Fire fillld-
Rcsuito *844J570 10.11
I'l-uiiiium Rorervo. 810,(i5l   )  0
linluticoof lYoIilaliil
*  Jioss Account    ri4,,1li7   7   I
BLAGMIOTG
(AT BUIJNKTTlE MILLS.)
HAVING KNOAGEl) THH SER-
vices of Mr. fyx, SriBKS, and
fitted our Shop with a set of first-class
Tools, we nre in a position to turn out
the lAist quality of work hi this line.
my 13 BkBKGK BROS. & CO.
BOOTS M SHOES
I'KOM
HEATHGRFS
Boot k Shoe laimfactorj,
VICTORIA,
At   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umhiaat., New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 18591
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Rinirlj- Opposite .Un ('oloiiliil Hotel,
NEW ■WESTMINSTER.
mil!'' LAHriKST A*vD  CHOi'CJSaT
I.    iiasoi'tiiKiit m all ucscriptiuiiG ol
MEATS AM VEGETABLES
Constantly on liaml, an 1 iie^ilierl to Families, Koatauituita, all. '.Ininiiljuiits at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE I'EICIS.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
OF EY1CRY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet MrMc
IN ENDLESS VAEIETV,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortmeiltj from §25 to .*?li0,
—AT—
BAtiNALfj&CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
u'llVliltXJUiXT STIIEKT,  VICT0IIIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
riANnKOKTK&OlUIAxTu.VKKi-cHKI'Al}:!;];
SEVEN THOUSAND!
•AOEES
*B3
juS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAMDOHA!A*!i?0IPEAiKE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE Vl.".U
llbcrill terms of Pnymcut given lo
IIonit Hiin Sotitorg.
Those IkIIhIs cvr of CKCclleiil. ipiality,
tine I a laryti poitinn of tlleni Is rer.ily for
tlio plough.
WOODS !c TURNER,
Now Wostiiiiustoi-,
15. tt, JOHNSON,
Viotoria,
Or 0. is. swor.n,
oc8 llivi'l'Mllc.
ROYAL  CITY
PI
(IIBESTEE!
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AM, imsCHII'TIO.NS OF—
Rough k DrBsseH. Lumber,
MOULDINCS.
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Pliuilns, ScrolNSflwlng, Turning, SIi-i")ln-*,
Ami all kinils oi \TO0D-FINIS11IN(I
oxocutcd to oriUir witli tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET
NEW'  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0,
JOHN EENDET?,
Masai: ek.
IMt'OHTKltS ASD DKAIiEnS IS
STOVES,
RANGES,   kC.,  toO.,
House PuiiH;Mng Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, nml TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full nss li'tmcnt constantly on linnd, nt
tho LOWEST MAEK3ST UATKS.
Tinw'nre nmnuffietitred on tlio premises.   Jobbing promptly rtttonded to.
flirS.lllEOOH'S »TO\l. iei ilium;,
\ew lVi'*iliiiin>.|rr.
go 'j;o the
SAW  FRANCESCO
HI. Lite t'und-
Aceiimuluted
Funti nf tlie
Lifo limneli.,C:t1tl'-V'»0   7   8
Accumulated
Fmxtof tlio Annuity ilriineli..    896,510   3   4
n,r>-Qs,m ii o
tV. kbvrhim tot tlio Year 1 SSI-
Fire    Hmnoli —
l'reiiuuniFi iind
ilitoi*flBt,:..,-ii*£l,0fi4i400 1(1 ll
Life mul Annuity
HnmclicH -Vte-
■iiiiiuiH and In-
teretit      '(78,82."
jnl7
14   .1
tt.-flO8.-280 U   B
pate;
We eontinne to net as Snli-'itorn fur I'nt
entH, Cavonts, Trndo Marka, Copyrights,
etc., fur the United StfttCT, Canaihi.Ciil)ti,
Mn Inland, Franco, Qoriiiiuiy, etc. We
have had lliirty-llvcyciirscxiirrlciKT.
Patents obtained tltmigll tis nre libtlc-
ed in the SotdSItFlC Ami'UiCAx. This
large nnd splendid illtii'traUnl tvimldy
paper, $X'2Q a year, shows the l"*ro«rosa
of iSuieneti, is very fhtdt-eBtiri'g, and has
mi    enormous    circulation'       Address,
MOWN k CO., Patent Solloltoi-fl, Pub
liahers of tSi'iKNTU'ic AMl'.incAN, :,~ 1'arl;
Row, New York. Hand l-ool; nlwut Tat*
tJiitsaout freo. del*l
is  (■>■:.■•
\-'':' i'l'**.   '."V ';l'.n*ll(:i)AThn.
11 tl' ■
1   ' . ■.',', -j.'i      PunnitT
wk
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t-JIfc
"  ■,-.[ tl. * lily rrcnmnu-nilcil
-i.'Ar,
J .' "I l1"*    llUldiiHne.is,
i m  i
iy.*-.-   ^'*nii-Ai'ln%   foil"
■", i
■• ';.".ia'.ii:i.Hii(llm'«-
mi
1 fl'in, P»!ri*.t:«r.i*i, llpurtltiirn,
ttai(  UwaiKt s.«»» of Aii»
' (iciliOi   I'lui-atllrc,   Liisn of
Hrmovy,
fi.tiie finiuiM'li, B,iver i'oiu*
IilaleJ.or
nyllinf-'ij;ri,*'i]';rromllioSIom-
III-•>.»'►«
i:i"i- Kiiiii^vt,  Thoy art) Btifo.
ii-anghiUvlioirwuoii' Frouiitoi
mlklsudn
inllaliift^
" PltKR «3f. I*!.tt KOX.
T & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
POOTS  AND  SHOES OF EVERY
S )   ilescriiitioii inntle to order, nud re-
iinii',',1, from an
I N F A N T' 8  S H O E
—TO    A—•
1U.u9L3T'3    BOOT.
Tlm hlghmtOASH (Irioepattl for IIIHHS
JAMES EOUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STaEET,
Oitusiti: 'lilK Hani,. •
IMPERIAL
F!R[ IHSSRANSE CDMP'y.
1 Olp liuiiAii &f. nml Hi Pali, Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
ITIOlUNSLillINtl HOUSESS:OTHER
|t llnlldln|8, Ooods, Whits, Morchiiii-
disc, ,\liiiiiifiiotiirlii(; nml Fanning Sfook,
Sliiiir, in Port, Harbor or Doe!;, and tlm
Canoes of audi Vossi-ls; also, ShlliS build.
iiiLr nml rojialrlng, Biirgoa nnd otner Vcb-
e,iw oil navigable rivers iind |.|iiinl,i. and
Goods on board sueh Vesaols, tlmmglimit
Groat Britain and Irolnnd nml iii Foreign
Coun trios,
I'llOM tOSS OII lllMAIiE'llV KIUK.
SuUsiriboil and liivusfcd Capital,
£1,(300,000 STG.
IJ-ites of Premium and i-very Information eon be obtained on application tu
w. j. AttsisnioNtj,
Agent lor "New \VcstuiiAst6r',
u
COLUMBIA STRKKT,
New   Westminster, B. C.
HAVING I'UPCHA.SED AND
. completely ro-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
uell-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it in
OPEN
For tne reception of Oiicsts.
Conviently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH R001V5S
And all the most modem appliances, it will lie found in every
respect thu best, ns it is the largest
and most co'mniodiom*, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
mlinSgeincnt both as regards itisink
and attendance, and parties desiring
them ran have comfortable I'rlViltC
Hiding KOOUIS, with special atten-
daueu.
The
BAK   ROOIM
h stockeil with the choicest Wines
and Liquore. anil the best brands of
Cigars wilt always be kept on hand.
Thu
BILLIARD BGOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stuaiili;.',*' Patent
CUSHION TAB1.BS, the best in
usoi
ittVGobil attemlance and moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
pROWliETOK & MAXAOEn.
$ox §.t1c ox to ikiit.
April li 1SS2.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD      INLET.
Scnly Iliilll unil Ni'irlj' Furnished
large nnd Comnioilloils.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS OH THE MAINLAND
Coliiinniuls an imbrokon view  of  tliat
iiiaiinilii'i'iit siiiH-t (,f water known as
pool Harbor, the futui^tonniniuj
lif    the   Ciiiia.liaii   f/aolllo
Kailway.
with  nr  itiidns  roil   riiiimw.
s*r Vi«itors and Tourists will fiml it a
quiet nntl pleasant resting plime.
Tlio snalo nf elinrRca will lie founil to
be strictly niotlemtc
Gooil stabling on tlie-premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION.
I'l.oritlKTHU.
MORTON   HOUSE,
si'i'xi'K'N mom,
On Sunny Sido of Thompson River.
BRICKS m SILL
tytJlK SUBSCEIBER HAS A KILtf
JL of e.';cellciit bricks for Bide eheap.
Delivery anyv/here.
..... T. McKAY.
Now WeatmioBter,
Juno 24, 188V. jn25
rniiK Ar.ovn  hotel  i« now
S.   open for tlie aceoiniiuxlntiou of the
riiblie, and tlie proprietoi" will ondoavor
to deaervij a fair sliare of patronage.
The very bi-st nf Winks, LTQUOR8 anil
('iiiaks will always be kept.
C.   MOaTON.
July 1, 18S1. aul!
FOR   SALE:
rpiiF. rou.o'rmc,:-
rniiF
15 Fat Hogs,
10 Small Hogs,
1 White Cheater lloar,
A number of Horses,
1 Cutting Box,
1 Platform Soak' (capacity  1,000),
Also—for sale or lease—the premises
lcccntly oeoupietl liy me.
To lie seen on application to
VV, J. FKFJJCH.
Now West., July 4, 1S82. jy5
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matstjui,
IK  WHOLE  OJl PART,
riONTAININC 'J'HHKE HUNDRED
\J acres Dyked L-niil, of wliicii 250 acres
could easily bo put under crop for next
season,
Willi WHAKF 81) FEKT FB0UT, ana
AMl'I.K BAH?,' ASD  0TIUS1I
BlIHIIlKB   AO 00.MM (111 AT ION.
Apply to
c. n. swori),
H-iVerside.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
WRSKIRE_ BULLS!
mill! ONDICRSMNRD 11AK I'Oll
sale on roMonnblo tcrnm n few Imlf-
bred Ayrshire vcavling Hulls, sired by tlio
Tlii,iT,ii'Bhbrcd Ayrsliire Hull
xs> tr 3P il? 2a rea k nr,
Tin; dams  bolllg choice   dairy cows.
A. Si VKDDHl:,
jell Kitnins.
"notice..
frlSHSONS ll.-WiNri OtABtS A-
I gaiUBttho l&MttoEtlicltitoW. It.
Ijdwo .ire Uorolw raquostod to loit*;e pai*-
tieiihtiv i-f tlmtumie ujth 11. li. CAWS-
TONofOsovorftjLalWj ]X C.
July 28, 1881*;' fyw Im
THE FARM CONSISTS OF 320
Acres, in Nieola Valley, knowa as
T. L. Ainlersoii's Raneh, of whicli a part
fo suitable for crop. It ia aitnatetl about
:i miles tiom tbe I'ublie Hall mill Road.
Also— 7.") Milk  Pans, Churn, and all
tlio implements tijo&aary for Dairying.
Also--'20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L'. ANDHKSON,
apnto Nicola Lake;
______ _.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOE
Church or Parlor.  ,
A fi-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sots of
roeda, sub-bass, octavo conplcr, vox liu-
mnna, j'tand organ, aud knee swell, 8
stops. Tlii-s organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and fo sweet toned
and in good order; Will be sold for §lf*0
cash, as it hi intended iii .procure a more
powerful one.   This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
.  Stationera A "Music Dealers,
fe*llc New Westminster.
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACRES   IMFttOVED!
135   Acres  Under   Tliiioijiyt
mllK UNDEilSroNED OFFKRK for
..(. Sale, on favtirable temia, his splendid Farm, situated nn tbe Nortii Arm,
1-1 miles front the City of Now Westminster and within four miles of the Town
of Granville, the
KAIUVAY   TBRMINUS.
The Farm contains 351 acres of rielj
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
ilniined and  free from overflow at all
seascmii:
There lirii
'.•aa   .ii'iiiM   iiii'itoi'Ei*,
Of which 135 acres-ara under timothyj
and the remainder under oats, root crops
and pasture.
Th. it- is a good bearing or hard and a
iinli'iuli.t spring of pure water.
Tlu.-re an a coinfurtahle dwelling, two
double lmnis 120x45 feot, logctWr with
-tli-jib-and oih.-r out buildings.
The Farm is well Mocked with horses,
oattlo, plgai kc, anil witli the most improved a'.i'ifullui'itl imnh'inonls and itta-
ohiaery, Uiclndlng a "Ciant K.*aper."
Tho pjOTWrty fronts en tbeNoith Ann,
ami Uioro" is a wharf (not quite linishcd),
affording oxcellcnl landing for steamers.
Thore is no better fane in the country,
aud it is iu a condition to pay a largo
profit on the Investment from the (irst
The Farm will be sold \*, Ith or without
the live stock.
Por particulars tLpplyon the premises
or by post to
HUGH -MAGEE.
Xew Wo&t., .Inly 4, ISS0.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852*
I. P. FISHER'S
3_" 'M __1V g? "^../^: 3H» K3 K&
il^VIjJRTIBIISIG!1
H«H-3- 1BB3 _»J" c:_ "_&T
HoOllis 20 nml 'il. Mrh'tmiilfi' Kx-'
clllillgOj ('Hlirornlii SI .■ ii. P.,Oal.
\T K.-~At)VKItTI«HN^ SOMCITIQI)
\ , fur ,'i;iiii-vsi:il'i'i-l'»l'!i-'"'l"'il!"'l'iii'llli:
tvist, tlm S-inihtfoli ftUnil*. IVflyuwIrt, Mi\lc;in
/i-iiliiiiil, ill- Ail t iui'' 0o\ nil ,' Uib l'f' tii
Stnlw ami I.iimj'I*. I'll -t '" tlj evui*y u « ■
iHiiiUf ii,il,H-l'l*'l "" lli(' l'1,"l,il' ,IJ'',•', l11'1' '"'I'1
cnmfnilllV mi li.un! iin<l nil mivorMporti m-u
nllnWrd li-1 herftM ' -lln-ni itnrlng liu«liicin Imiirt;
M.f U, i'. MSB BR. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
General Merchautb
"Removal of Snags.
Tenders Wanted..
Special	
se.■.-.-.■.. .C. G. Major
......H. S. Koebuck
I, W. McKoo
.Methodist Church
^hc flilfeh €oIumbi*an.
Saliinlav .lfiiriliil-;,   tliu:.  11»,  1SS-J.
Tin- Limpets mil dinging.
Tho-Nova Scotia provincial elections came off simultaneously with
the Federal 'elections, aud the Government sustained defeat—not such
overwhelming defeat us ours, but
still defeat. As in'the caso of British Columbia, tlio organs tried to
brazen it out, vociferating that it
was victory; and thu Min.sto.rs, like
ours, instead of manfully accepting
tbe verdict of the peoplo and gracefully retiring, "scurried around," as
one contemporary expresses ifc, with
the hope of gaining over certain
members of the Opposition. After
spending a whole montli in an ineffectual and undignified attempt to
baulk tho will -of tho people, they at
last did that which would have
beon much moro gracefnl if done at
once—retired, For hoHing on to
office during that month the Nova
Scotia Ministers exposed themselves
to terrible lashings from the press.
They were scornfully pointed at as
violatiug all constitutional usuge and
utterly disgracing their party. Now,
are not our Ministers guilty of very
much the same thing—only worse 3
They were not only defeated. They
were utterly routed/ Out of a
houso of twenty-fivo, they have
really no good ground for claiming
more than four! Yet their organs
have the temerity to claim thirteen,
which would, at most, leave tho two
parties even on tlio floor of tho
House. Whether they are employing their time in attempting to gain
over to their ranks the four Independents or to corrupt some of the
Oppositionists we are not in a position to say * but of this wo feel confident, that if sueh he tho case, they
will fail. Even on tho lower ground
df policy, it is extremely improbable
that any of tho members-elect would
he so foolish as to ally themselves
with the remnant of a Government
against which the country has just
rendered so emphatic a verdict of
condemnation. No sensible man
would be so utterly lost to self-interest and even self-respect as to join a
political corpse for the short-lived
glory of being a minister for the
brief period that would intervene.
Their montli will be up next week.
Their friends are ashamed of them
now. Every day they hold on to
office sinks them lower in public
estimation, and if- they hang on
much' longer measures whicli they
cannot possibly disregard will be
taken for their removal. The con
stitution provides no specific remedy
for such a case, simply because thoso
who made it had not present to their
minds the possibility of ministers
being guilty of such conduct. But
recent experience would appear to
point to the necessity of nmondinj
the constitution in order to meet
such cases. If ministers will clin;
to their portfolios like limpets to a
rock some provision must be made
for scraping them off. Tho constitution undoubtedly places the power
in the hands of the Lieutenant-
Governor j but it is a latont, permissive power, which a timid Governor may hositato to use—although,
under existing circumstances, we
confess that it is difficult to soe how
tho Governor can hesitate vory much
longer.
Successful Journalism.
It is a remarkable circumstance
thnt, whilo tho Opposition journals,
as they aro termed, aro marching
forward at tho double quick, the
Government organs are standing
still, or if moving at all, it is like
the crab—backward. Sinco this
journal was rescued from the position of an organ of tho Walkein
Government, less than two years
ago, its circulation has been a little
more than tripled, while the busi
ness in tho job printing department
has increased fully four fold—and
still wo aro "marching on." Or if
we turn to tho Colonist, its progress,
although proportionately less marked
than that of the Columbian, has
been very great. Addition after
addition has been made to the plant,
until it has attained a degroo of
completeness and capacity of which
Victoria may justly feel proud; and
now, although ifc seems but yesterday tlmt an immense stride was
made, comes tho announcement that
the enterprising publisher and proprietor is about to erect a palatial
"homo for the Colonist," at an estimated cost of fifty thousand dollars'!
The building -is to be 45 x 90 feet,
threo stories high, with a basement
the entire size for steam engines,
presses and machinery. Tho building will bo of brick, with cut stone
front, and will be provided with
elevators operated by steam and
lighted throughout with electricity.
The site is dilO ef the best in the
city. And to the already very expensive and. complete plant important additions nro to be made. Two
more large power presses are being
built in the East expressly for it,
and a twenty horse-power steam engine is to be constructed in Victoria.
It is expected that the Colonist will
be established in these new and
splendid premises hy next New
Year's Day, and it is no exaggeration to say tlmt it will then be able,
to boast the finest establishment of
tho kind on the Pacific—one of the
linest in the wholo "Dominion. "Now
we are nob i-n the least jealous of
our con temporary's success. On tho
contrary, wo are gratified to see right
principles prevailing aud true newspaper enterprise appreciated. Turn
from this picture to that presented
by tho two Government orgaus!
Uufc, in very pity, we spare them a
closer comparison. Visit their dens.
Look at their sickly columns, redolent of dead advertisements. Count
their ever lessoning number bf sub
embers, and say if they are not fitting organs of such a Government!
And yet theso poor creatures will
occasionally try to divert sickening
consciousness by asserting that the
Columbus and tho Colonist are
failures I They would liko to experience a little of that sort of fail-
, we iniflffine.
Agriculture and loyally.
What is being done towards making the Provincial Exhibition a bo-
coming success ? It is surely time to
be moving in the matter. The great
calamity which has befallen some of
the best settlements ou tho Lower
Fraser must militate against this
District making as good a allowing
as it might otherwise have hoped to
do* but still there is manifested a
disposition to do something and farmers are beginning to enquire for information which wo are unable to
give. It may be worth while for
the Committeo of Management to
consider whether it would not bo
practicable to so time the Exhibition
as that tho Marquis of Lome and the
Princess Louise would have an opportunity of honoring it with their presenco and patronage. It is no secret
that His Excellency takes deep interest in such matters, and tho very circumstance of the presence of theso illustrious personages would tend to
render the occasion more attractive, if
not mort successful. Ifc would be
the means of drawing more people
together,and it would net as a stimulus to grenter effort on the part of
exhibitors. If ifc could be managed
for the exhibition to come off during
the presence of our illustrious visitors, there can be no doubt that ifc
would ho more successful, while the
event might, at the same timo, help
to make the visit more interesting to
themselves. We offer the suggestion
for tho consideration of the Committee of Management.
International Railway Connection.
That the great American system
of railways culminating on the shores
of tho Pacific will seek connection
with our own at or in the vicinity
of this city admits of little doubt.
Last winter a letter appenred in the
Government Gazette of an intended
application to the Provincial Lcgis
lature for a charter for a railway between some point on Burrard Inlet
and somo point on or near tho international boundary; but for somo unexplained reason nothing ever came
of it. We now learn that an American syndicate, having for their immediate object the extension of tho
Paget Sound railway ^-stem north
to thu boundary line, uro "In communication with E. Brown, Esq., of this
city, for the purpose of ascertaining
what encouragement thoy aro likely
to meet with in a scheme for extending a line to New Westminster and
connecting with tho Canadian Pacific
Railway here or hereabout. It is
sincerely to bo hoped that somothiug
practical may result from those negotiations.
.t3T Shipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
T. fi. Portreon k Co.'s—Anv,
TENDERS WANTED.
SEALED TENDEHS WILL BE RE-
coived by the undersigned up to
WEDNESDAY the 30th day of August,
for putting in Flood Gates in Big Slough,
Boundary Bay, and making about seven
and one-half miles o'f, a Ditch and Dyke
in Townships 3 and 4, New Westminster
District.
Each tender must be accompanied with
tho names of two good sureties in the
amount of contract price for the faithful
completion of tho work.
Hans and specifications -may be seen at
Mr. Robt. T. William's I look -bindery,
Victoria.
Separate tenders will bo received for
the work as stated in specifications,
Thu lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order of Commissioners,
W.M. MoKEE,
Clerk.
Bayview, July 10,1882. mill)
Removal of to,
FRASER RIVER
SEALED TENDERS, BUFKRSCRIB-
ed as abovo and addressed to the
undersigned, aro "invited to be delivered
at this office by or before 4 p. ih. of Friday, the loth September next, for the
removal of Snags from the Channel of
Fraser River, between Cheam and New
Westminster,
About SO or 40 Snags Will probably
have to be removed-.
The Snags to be removed will he pointed out to the Contractor by the Dominion tlovcrnmcnt Agont or other auent of
tbe Public "Works Department when tho
work is undertaken, and those snags will
have to be removed first which in tbe
opinion of thu said agent, most endanger
and impede navigation
The snag3 in every case, including the
portions thereof imbedded in the mud,
are to be wholly removed, and either
destroyed or transported to and made
fast in sueh a position clear of the channel as ahull be considered sal:>!'iu*tory by
the said Agent.
The whole work must be completed by
the loth December next.
The tenderer is to state tiie rate per
sua-;; for the removal of the whole number of snags that may be required by the
said Agent to be removed as above specified.
Payment will be made in three equal
instalments proportionate to the progress
of the work in thi "ndgmeutof the said
Agent.
Each tender mutt be accompanied by
an accepted bank i hcque or certificate of
deposit of the sum of *?.">00, made payable
to the order of the Dominion Government Agent, which will be forfeited if
the tenderer declines to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to eoinplete the work contracted for.
If the tender bo not accepted tho cheque
or certificate will be returned.
The lowest or any tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
'H. S. ROEBUCK,
Secretary.
Dominion Government Agent's Ollice,
Victoria, B.C., 10th Aug., 1882.    aulO
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR!
LYTTON   SQUARE,
NEW   "WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
TTAVING JUST RECEIVED AN
x\. extensive Stock of New and Fash-
ionab o GOODS, I will be glad to receive
erden, wliich will be promptly executed
and
S3T GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.T&
Terms strictly cash.
aulfl W. ELSON.
THE   RELIABLE"
Stage Line!
NEW  WESTMINSTER
—AND —
GRANVILLE,  B. I.
STAGES OF THIS LINE WILL
leave the Colonial Hotel every
morning at 0 a. m. for Granville and way
points.
Returning everyaftornoon from Dkkih-
ton's Hotel, reaching New Westminster
about f> p. ni.
Merchandise ami Express matter carried at lowest rates. -Small parcels free.
Orders should be lclt at the Colonial
Hotel.
FARE-to Granville, 81.00; to Hastings Hotel, 60 cents.
\V.   AQUI.
August 12, 1882. atiHi
FOR   SALE:
A GOOD FARM, CONTAINING
l.'i.l acres; 14 acres chopped and
burnt; and a good Frame House. Situated 2 miles from Maple Ridge I'. O. and
5 miles from Fort Langley.
For information apply to
WILLIAM MoADAM,
Maple Ridge,
Or to
EDWARD MoADAM,
an 12 Nieola Valley.
New Books!
"-1/TANITOBA AND THE GREAT
IVL North-West," "Lives of the
Wives of President* of U.S.," "Lifo of
Hon. Geo. Brawn," "Illustrated Stock
Doctor and Livo Stock Encyclopedia,"
"History of the Sea," "The Royal Path
of Liio, Family Bibles and-a number of
other first-class Books. These Books are
sold by agents only, and by addressing
the uiiili-rfliglicil prices may he obtained
and Books may be received at publishers'
prices. Parties up-country will be waited upon at once. Newspapers or Muga-
zineh furnished at same rates,
H. W. HUGHES,
flcn. News Agont,
jyfJfl-llli NewAVest., B.C.
BOY WANTED
TO LEARN THE PRINTING BUSI-
ncss, Must be smart aud able to
read and write fairly. Apply immediately at THIS OFFICE.
Eureka Silver Mining Co.
Aft EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL
. Meeting of the 'Eureka Silver Mining Company (Limited) will be held at
the Oflico of the Company in New Westminster, on TUESDAY, Titt"2f>rii "DAY
of AUGUST, 1&82, at 7 o'clock p.m.,
for the purpose o'f taking into consideration a proposition for tho lease and sale
of the mining property belonging to tho
Company.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Seo, %. S. M. Co., Limited.
New West,, Aug. 10,18S2. aul2
THE
THE ONLY BLUE IN WHICH THE
clothes can remain for any length
of time without specking or streaking—
tlie best article in the miirkst.
C. D. KNIGH'A Manufacturer,
New Westminster,
British Columbia.
SW In case of clothes being left out in
the rain, can put samo iu Blue ovor night
and they will nob be specked or streaked.
(auUto)
THE (MEAT INTKItNATIOXA',
FISHERIES EXHIBITION,
LOW0ON   1883.
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS RE*
.JL ceived instructions from the Minister of Murine and Fisheries to promote,
by all means iu his power, tho objects
connected with the exhibition to be
opened in London, May 1st, .188*3.' The
uoturo oi fclie exhibits desired ia explained
in t! u circular notices, wliich will shortly
1j( stilted. A Committee of the Board of
Trade hu*> kindly undertaken to assM in
(^curing tho successful ttccompHshmciit
of the important object in view; ami the
co-operation of tho public to ensure a
display which will bo creditable to the
Province will, it is trusted, be cordially
afforded.
STORAGE IN VICTORIA will be
provided for articles consigned to the
care of the undersigned, and the requisite
forms of entry supplied.
The early attention of intending exhibitors is requested. Coinaiunications
on this subjoin addressed to tbe mulct* ■
signed to be endorsed Fishkiuks Kxni-
itlTlON.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries, B. C.
Victorin, 12th Aug., 1882.        fullO
WucOiEicirra'
■*-*'KOM--
SAN  FRANCISCO
—*ro—
k
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Currying II. JI. Mulls mill Wells,
Fargo k Co.'s Express.
rnllH VAST AND POWERFUL BRI-
.1.    tisli Steamer
"SARDONYX!"
W.   MEYER,   MASTER,
Will sail from New Westminster, via
Ntinnimo, for San Francisco, ou or about
FRIDAY, AUGUST II,  1882.
RETURNINO-Will leave San Francisco about AUGUST 18, eorihecting
with tho Steamer "GERTRUDE" at
New Westminster, for Yale.
Carrying Freight at the following reduced rates:—■
From Sail Francisco to New Westminster.—S-i.'.O per ton;
From Sail Francisco to Yalo—90.50 per
ton.
B. C. Merchant** will do well to patronize the Local Boat.
For further information apply to
EWEN k CO.,
Agents Str, "Sardonyx,"
New Westminster,
S.   GUTTE,   307   California St., San
Francisco. aii2
1882.
Harper'g   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
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ni**.,"—OHAHLM FBAKCI8 AliAUH, .In.
ll.'iii-.:r'- Miii.vzink, thu jpnit |Hi|>ul-ir Minimi'.1 nerlallail In llm wort-l. l";:in*> il- hmv-
IWtli Volume with thu Uccftuhur Nuinlnir,    11
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Alii) wit, ami 111 inurkml IlidSOM in Bil|(lfllttl—
whom il linn nlnnnly u tl real nt lull lun-i-r limn tlmt
ufntiy Kn-ill-.il iiiiipi/hiu of (lie umno clniw—tmn
lii-mif;.-. lulu iii M-rvku llm nu-**! miilm-nt writur**
nml niii-t- nl' 0runt Drltnln. Iho liirtlu-unilnrf
vuluinu fur is*i-j will In ovury refliinct •aiirimiu.
thulr prctlucoBBon,
IIAUPEirS   PEttlOMCALS.
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Btittm or Ouiiaua.
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Nuiiilii-r. fir .Innu mul Ilin'cmlifii* nf mcli yum*.
Wlu'ii nu tlinu in ipVolfltStl, it will In* linilerstoiM]
Hint Hi,- HiiWobur wli-liua toi bogla with llio etu>
rent Number,
A Ci)ni|ilulu Sot of IlAnvnn's Maoawsb, pom-
|ii'i-iii!' Kl Volutin**, bi aunt rtuth liimllu<r, will be
aunt by ox-nT-i, fivtplit ut .>x'ii-in<n uf ■iiiruhiisur,
na rm-l*it uf $-2 'J5 mil* vultlimi. Slunk' viilniiit-ti,
by mnll, ['uift-iii'it, $.'! 0O. Olnlli CiIhc.i, p-rlili-d-
Ins, SOcunU) by mall, (inntiinbl.
Iii-lux lo 11,-1111*1...'*- Ma.wi.im-.. Aliitinhutli'ftl,
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Xi'H>|iii|ii'i-N mn not tocnjiy tliis Htlviirtl-iuiiiont
Wllliotlt Hio oxjivom onlor or Hnt|iur & JlrutbiirH.
Ail.ln-HH HAIlPURJt IHtOSJ., Sow York.
fl'
I
itW WESTMINSTER B, C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City.
TUB MM DEPARTMENT
IS fcftbER THE  CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED REGS LEAVE
to 'luinonnce to tlie Tublic that bo
lias puvclinse*"! life above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
nt rciison&ble rates.
Tho Parlors nnd Sleeping Apnrt-
ments nre under  the stiporfiitendance
of Mns. Austin..
Private Dining Rooms lor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furniBlieil, ami
well supplied with l-ooks nnd papers, w
provided for the use of guests.
Ia supplied with tho choicest brands of
Winks, Liqcous, Cigars, kc
JNO. AUSTIN,
S3 S3 1-"WISHIff
NEW   WESTMINSTER
—■AND—
PORT MOODY.
HTAGES Witt Leave the occi.
JO   DENT HOTEL,  New Wbstmin-
sTKit, every day, at 1) a, in.
RETURNING,   will  leave  TORT
MOODY «t 3 n. in.
First-class   Stages,   ftlid   iwer'ytliiiig
necessary for tliu comfort of Passengers.
Also, it good Covered CnrriagO for hire
any hour, day or night,
Orders should be left at the Occident
Hotel.
E. STEVENSON,
auOle Proprietor.
NOTICE
T HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF
I, m-jr bl'ancli Furniture Store in New
Westminster to Mr. John G. liunte, who
is authorized to collect all outstanding
■U'hts, and will pay all liabilities in connection therewith.
I take this opportunity of thanking
my customers for their liberal patronage
in the past, and trust the same will bo
extended to my successor.
Tho-bnalnosa in Victoria -will bo continued tu usual by tho undersigned.
JACOB SEHL.
New West., Aug. '2nd, 1882.
FURNITUREI
TN CONNECTION WITH THE A-
J. bovc notice, the undersigned has
pleasure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ite., nt the lowest possible prices,
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly aud in iirat-cltiKs style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tlio undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicitctl,
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. O. BUNTE,
late Manager Sohl's Branch Furniture
Store. tniilto
COLLEGIATE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. (J.
RE-OPENS  AUG.   30,  1882.
f I8IT0KS:—Ruv. R. JamibsoS- Rkv,
C. Watson.
MAXAdKKS:«- W. J. Abmstrong,.
M. P. P., J. S. Cmitk, Esq., Kev.
E. KuiiHiiN, C. G. Majoh, Esq.
TEACHERS t—
It. M. STiiAMiiKiin, B.A., PkIncu'al;
Mathematics, Classics aud History.
Rkv. \V. .T. Dowi.ku, B. A.,Vick*P*un-
di'Ai.i Modern Languages, Science,
und Literature.
L.  R.  MolHNKS,  M.  I).;   Anatomy,
Physiology and Hygiene.
Mrs. I). RorsojJj Voice Culture and
Art of Singing.
Instrumental Music (piano) by a first-
class teacher.
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into foflr
terms of 10 wueks each.
EXPENSES :»-
Tuition, High School, por term, Slo.OO.
.Board, per term, $45.00.
Music (vocal or instrumental),pcr term,
$10.00.
Ubo of Instrument for practice, per
term, $3.00*
Washing, 50 cents per doss.
For circulars, with fuller information,
apply to
E. ROBSON,
Seo,-Treas.
New West., July 20, 1882. jy22
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1861.   1882.
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COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRlEtOR, <rf-
ter 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook,
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete m
sortment of   ■
With some heavy shipments
'on the way from the Easterrt
Markets. We are buying
'for Cash, getting large dis*
counts, which enables us to
sell at touch lower rates than
formerly. We are deter,
mined to keep the Columbia
House to the front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other'
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer,
New West., Feb. 8,1SS2.       (ell
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT1   '
OF
HARDWARE,
THE BUST BRAND OF    '
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries<
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY BBLHCTED FOB     '
THIS MARKET; '   j
mW Sttiriigl!   unci    FuiWitriting
ilono nt raiKoiii.Uo rnUsi,
jyl20ra
REID & HUDSON.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
-VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN,
IM tliat tho City Taxes lor 1882 are)
now duo ami payable at tho oflico of till*
City Cleric,
JAMES ORR, 0, M. C.
Now Wtejt;, July Jj, 1882.
|y=*> lite British Colitmbhut.
"*rinii*«l'*i Moiiiinji, Ana*, in* 'fcwi.
Chicago linn 349 Chinese.
Tho steamship Victoria will be due
here to-morrow.
Tlio sock eyes let. up and ttfb fishermen knocked oii on Thursday.
Mr. Peers has troiio, to Chilliwhack
to manage M*. Wolb'-farm during-his
abieuce.
We were sotty to see a curtfQ of foreign hay landed on our whiarvus tlie
other day.
A few days moro and the road, will
be open for carriages right through to
Port-Moody.
What has como of the Fed oral pro'-'
mise to start a salmon hatchery on tho
FraBer this year 1
As a jewel in a swine's snout, so is
a homily on ethics in the columns of
'our local contemporary.
The steamer Princess Louise takes
Mown a cargo of canned salmon to-day
for the barque Lady Head,
The steamer Gertrude, Cant, Odin,
returned from Yale yesterday with
'^passengers and way freight.
The steamer Wm. living was late in
'getting down last night on account of
'delay ut 'assisting the Pacific Slope.
The steamer Grappler returned from
"the Northwest 'const on Thursday,
Winging 2,070 cases of canned salmon.
The steamer Princess "Doiiiise. Capt.
Lewis, arrived from Victoria yoster-
*day with the balance of tho "Sardonyx"
freight.
At midnight, says a despatch of the
11th inst., tho Great Western of Ciin-
-adn.was merged into the Grand Trunk
railway.
Immigration returns from Emerson,
Man., show that upwards of forty
'thousand people had entered Manitoba
'this season.
Wm. Fisher, Esq., J. P. of Esqui-
■nialt, lias been spending a few days
with his sou in this cfty. He returns
'home to-day.
Tlie steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gar-
'diner, arrived from Victoria about 0:30
last evening, bringing tho maris find
•a number of passengers.
The duty collected on Manitoba imports for the fiscal year 1880-81 was
■943,678, and for 1881-82 ?10G,000, or
an increase of 132 per cent.
Tho body recovered at Port Moody i
was that of rlewett._ Mr. J. Miller,
'Government Agent at Granville, wont
tip and had it properly btWied.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Com-
Iiany are duing big work beyond the
lockies.     Eight   thousand   men are
•employed un the Winnipeg division.
The Western Slopo is not running
now. We understand her boiler arrangements are badly demoralized, and
that sho will necessarily be Oil for
Bume time.
The steamer R. P. Rithet, Copt.
Jno. Irving, returned from Yale yesterday, with way freight and a largo
"number of passengers. She proceeded
•on to Victoria.
By reference to our advertising
'columns it will bo seen that the time
lor receiving tenders for dyking works
iu tho municipality of Delta has been
-extended to the 30th inst,
Mr.   Judkins    returned   yesterday
from tho canons of the Frasor, whore
ho lias succeeded in obtaining some
\ splendid   pictures.   Ho purposes re*
i inaiiiing here for a short time.   ■
Wo have to acknowledge the recoipt
from the Government Printing Do
partmeut at James Day of the sessional
papers and journals of tho Houso for
1882,—-well printed nnd neatly bound.
Tho farmers ou thu Lower Frasor
•are now engaged at their full wheat
harvest Beyond the Cascades the
grain crops aro mostly harvested, and,
'although not heavy, will bo a fair
"crop. /
The snags in tho Fraser between
this place and Cheam are to be renin v-
tod at lost—Bee advertiseuient man-
other column. But we should iimigino
the number of thom has buen underrated. „
Hon. Wm. McDoitgall intends addressing a series of open letters to Sir
-John A. Macdonald, condemning tho
Government's policy of handing over
the most fertile lands in lhe North-
Woflt io monopolises.
According to a telegram received at
the Esquimnlt Dockyard on Thursday,
'the Marquis of Lome and Princess
Louise are to sail from San Francisco
■on the 12th proximo, and will be due
nt Viotoria on tho 16th.
The groat sockeye run may now bo
.considered at an end for this soiudll,
hnd the "boom" in the canneries Is
hushed, for a timo nt least. A few
/"spring salmon" are coming along,
but the canners don't sot much store
by them.   Next—the cohoes.
The steamer Pucinc Slope, having
been undergoing somo slight repairs on
the beach nonr Hope, tho sudden fall
bf the water left her high and dry.
Tho R. P. Rithet took a tug at her
yesterday morning and left tho Win.
! Irving to help her, bringing down tho
Irving's mails nnd passengers.
There is Baid tu be some difficulty
wtween the promoters of the Winni-
»g & Hudson Bay Railway and tho
jloyernment relative to the land grant
whieh it is proposed to give tliu company. The government offers a sub-
lidy of three thousand ncrod per mile,
Inch is considered to he insutflciout
for the purpose.
Egypt. — According to latest accounts preparations for a decisive engagement appeared to be making on
both Ijides. Ara'bi, Pasha declaims, "I
will tight till thb English .or my oo'dif-
try-mon are exterminated."
* "i,. - -      * *—'—
From Washington Territory.—
Tho steamer Daisy of Port Townsend
arrived hereon Thflr"nday with hear-"
go of hay from Whidbey Island for the
O. P. R. contractoi*. She left again
for tho land of the spread-eagle iu tbo
afternoon, carrying several passengers
away.
Texada Island.—It is reported on
good authority that the iron "mine on
tliiB island has been sold to a &an
Francisco syndicate for a considerable
si-jin of money, and that tho practice of
mixing tlio Texada magnetic oro with
the bog ofco of Washington Territory
Wll bo continued. —Colonist,
Gabmc Chair.—-Professor Nicholson, of Queen's College (formerly of
British Columbia) has addressed a
stirring appeal to'the men of tho Giicfic
race in America through tho Scottish
American Journal, on behalf of tjie
propnsed chair of Gaelic literature in
Quoon's University, Kingston.
CHURCH-BUILDING   IN  THE   NOKTH-
Wkst.--TIio Ohurcli*Butfeing Scheme
of the Presbyterian Church for the
North-West, managed by the Rov.
James Robertson, Superintendent of
Missions, is succeeding well in Nova
Scotia. Tho amount to he secured is
8100,000 of whicli already 670,000 has
been pledged.
— ♦ '	
The Equitable Gazette. — Tho
August number of this nery creditable
monthly has becYi laid nn our table by
Messrs. Woods & Tumor. It contains,
inter alia, vory fine views uf Ludgato
H(ll and Bishnnsgate, London. It is
published by the "Equitable Life Assurance Society,"' 'of which Messrs.
Woods A Turner are Iho local Agents.
Methodist Church—Rev. E. Robson,
pastor. Service at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.
HAnday School and Bible Class at 2.30
p. m. Seats free; strangers cordially invited. " *
Fatal Accident.—On Tuesday last
threo of the Port Moody railway workmen who had beon paid tho day beforo
arid who had boen indulging too freely
in drink, wero out. in a skiff, rowing in the harbor. Whilo in tho act of
changing places the boat was upset,
and two of the men, naHnod respectively Grant and Hewelft**, wore drowned.
The third clung tb "tho boat and was
saved. Some sixteen hours afterward
ono of tlio bodies was recovered—but
so oaten away by dog-fish or crabs or
both tlmt it was uiirecognizabln! The
other body hiis not been recovered.
North-West Capital.—It is rumored nt Winnipeg that the Dominion
Government will change tho capital of
tho Northwest Territory from Tbittle-
furd to a new town located at the crossing of tho Canada Pacific railway on
Pile of Bones creek, near-'Fnrt Qti'Ap-
pelle. The new town will soon be
made the eastern headquarters of the
mounted policy.
PiiKi'ARiNo.—A public meeting was
held at Victoria on Tuesday evening
for the purpose of considering tho subject of extending a fitting reception to
tlio Governor-General and H. R. ,H'.
Princess Louise, A nu.mbor'of resolutions were passed Assorting tlio importance of making a supreme effort, and
organizing an influential executive
coinmitte to manage the affair.
"The Dominion Review" is tho title
of a weekly journnl, the tentative
number of which has just reached us.
It is published by Messrs. Drysdalu &.
Co., Montreal, and is designed to supply the long felt want of a critleal
journal which shull bo free from party
trammels. Tho articles afro woll written and the artistic got up of tho paper
is creditable. The subscription price is
only ono dollar a year, and wo sincerely hope the response may bo such uf
to justify tho venture. Subscriptions
will be received by T. R. Pearson &
Co., where a specimen copy can bo
seen. ■ 	
Appropriate Presentation.
Tho Hon. Hugh Nelson had boen a
prominent member of tho Moodyvillo
Mill Company for nearly twenty years.
For the last Bix years ho had boon
manager. Upon his retirement, a short
time ago, the people of Moodyvillo
presented Mr. Nelson with a splendid
gold watch, bearing a suitable inscription, and a massive gold chain as a
mark uf the high esteem in which he ia
held, A farewell bamjuot was to havo
beon given to him by tho people on
both sides of the Inlet, but that part
of the programme wns given up on
accmitit of the death of Capt, Riiynuir.
■BBBVaqoanBE %
Yale Dominion Election.
(Sj-ccinl in tliu Bi-UIbIi Ooluiiiliinn.)
Kamloops, Aug. 14.—A meeting
called by Mr. Vernon was hold on
Saturday, Mr. Pririgle iii tlio Chair.
Speeches were made by Barnard and
Vernon,
The following resolution, moved by
Mr. Roadley, seconded by Mr, Duck,
was carried almost unanimously; only
two voting against it':
'.That it affords tho electors of Kamloops and vicinity great pleasure tu
find 'that Mr. Barnard'a health is suf-
-fidioutly restored to enable him to address this mooting nud mako a por-
Bi/iial canvass of the district. That wo
endorse tho courso ho has pursued during his parliamentary" term, and pledge
oifrfiolVes to do our utmost to secure
his re-election.'*
(From
Bontlttul )
Another Flood.—The. very unexpected rise iu tlie Frasor just week has
not been unattended with mischief.
At Anderson river, Boston Bar, it
hacked tho wator lip many foot, destroying a temporary bridge tho road
contractors had t^rowti over. At
Somas it submerged some of tho meadow lands, cutting off all hope of a fall
crop of hay and causing, the farmers
perplexity about winter fodder.
iJ
Narrow Escape.—Ou Wednesday
last a little boy, a member of ono of
our city families now enjoying tho
plcAsuroa of. Burrard Inlet, had a narrow escape from drowning. Tho littlo
follow had gone on iho floating jetty nt
Bastings, in search of kelp. Seeing a
tempting pioco, he nisnyed \b reach it
by stepping tm somo loose float-wood
And wont down. When ho camo to
the surfaco for the third and last time,
a friendly hand rescued him.
Dwyer Grey, ex-Mayor of Dublin,
las been sentenced to threo months
inprisonment and a fine of $500, for
ontoinpt of court in publishing O'Hri-
'ii* letter accusing tho jury which
onviotod Hinos of having beon drunk
n the night previous to the render-
fiff of tho verdict. It has caused
[Ulte a sensation.
I
Probabiv THE Ri-uiii? Man.—A Ha-
aua despatch of the ltfth inst. says:
i dispatch from Jnuladu says: West-
ate, tho .Sol f-ctmf eased assassin Of
iord Frederick Cavendish nnd Bm'ko,
rrived thore, and evidence implicating
im in the crime in strong.
Poetical Advertising.—The' fob
lowing nre sample advertisements of
"North-west land agents: "No Other
Land, jfu Other Climo On Top of
God's Green Earth,- Whore Land is
Free as Church Boll's Chime, Savo
Manitoba Dirt. Horo, For a Year of
Honest Toil A Homo You May Insure,
And From Tho Blaok And Loamy Soil
a Title In Fee Mature. No Money
Noedod until tho Day Whon the Earth
Ttsolf Provides; Until You Raise a
Crn» No Pay:—What Can You Ask
Besides!!'
       .».—,—..
Street Obstruction.*).— Somo of the
streets of this city aro in. anything but
a credit-able condition-. Uttered up as
they havo been fdr months. If ono
man has n right to use tho street opposite his place as a rubbish yard, all
have; and if all avail themselves of
that right) will it not become ttttlnlr
inconvenient ? Ail should lib treated
alike iu matters of tliis kind, and tin
one should bo periuitttid unnoccssaVily
to obstruct eith'T Btieot or side-walk.
The street Committed should do their
duty impartially and firmly;
'Harvest Home." —Our harbor*
presented an animated picture on
Thursday morning. The steamer Adelaide passed up At full speed, her docks
crowded with Indians boating eiliptj*
oil cans und dancing something very
liko a war-dance, having in tow
two largo scows and a flotilla of Indian
canoes, Mid having specimens of the
sockeye tribe mm ponded from the top
of polos. It Wiu) the ',harvest home
of the sobkuyu run. Mr. Laidlaw's
Indians having struck camp, were going
up to the Bnuiet te Cannery to be paid
off.
 .» .	
SerIous Chahub. — The CWouw*
charges thd Provincial telegraph servico wltll tile suppression of two press
dispiUches sunt from iCamlonpB on thu
1st and 10th July respectively, announcing that all thu Yale candidate*
excepting Mr, Mct.irr wero pro-
nouilcud Oppositionists. Jt is suggested that thu object iu suppressing tliose
dispatched win, tb conceal the fact that
Mr, Semlin tan as an Oppositionist.
It is of thu utmost importance that tho
telegraph superintendent should have
the mutter cleared up, olso all confidence iii tlio service wilt bo gone. At
tho samo time wo feet confident that
un investigation will completely exonerate tho employees.
OVrML Test.
Thero is a simple mothod for dotoct-
g gold iu quartz, which may possibly
beof uso in this Province. The principle
is not now, though its adaptation may
bo. Place tho finely powdered and
roasted mineral in a test tube, add
water and a single drop of mercury:
close the test tube with the thumb,
and ahuke thoroughly and for somo
time. Decant tlio water, and decant
repeatedly, thus washing the drop of
Mercury until it ia perfectly clean. The
drop of mercury contains any gold that
may havo boon present. It is therefore pfaced iu a sm.i.11 porcelain capsule
and heated until tho mercury i** volatilized, and tho residue of gold is left
fri tho bottom of tho capsule. This
rcsedue may v,o tested either by dissolving in aqua reoia and obtaining the
purple of oassius with protochloride of
tiu, or by taking up with a fragment
of moist filter paper, and thon fusing
to ft globule on chanion! iji the blowpipe flame.
canned Salmon Tor England.
Tlm English aro tho beet customers
for Amoricnn canned salmon. Must of
the Sacramento rivor salmon go to the
Atlantic citios, but Liverpool draws the
bulk of its supply from Oregon, either
direct from the Columbia river or
through San Francisco. Tho Fraser
rivor salmon all go to England direct
from Victoria. Last season the Frasor
rivor sunt 14(i,000 cases tii Europe.
lt is oxpected that as many moro will
bo canned there this season for tho
year ending March Hist. Thus fm* this
Season threo cargoes lmvo been clonred
direct from tho Columbia river for
England, us follows:*—
Monday last Thomas Preston, aged
about 00 years, and formerly (nun
San Francisco, where it is snid he has
a family, was killed by a slide from
tho side of the hill. His remains
wero buried up tho Hun Tuesday,
Monday Ml*. Judkins proceeded to
Gordon Crook Bridge, nud'convenient
to Mr. AshwcfrMi's residence, and took
a few views of the salmon swarming
along tho edge and i(t the niouih of
tho crook. The views are suitable to
send to the curious.
Tho Chinese workers below Emory
"went for anothor "boss" arid he had
to mako tracks for Yale. An efl'urfc
has been made to get out eight warrants, but tho names of tho Chinamen
could not be hud, consequently the
effort failed. It is feared that trouble
is browing along tho railway. Of late
part of the Chinamen act somowhat
unruly—*as report would have it.
We last week alluded to the large
quantity of. salmon in this vicinity.
All along the rivor edge is black ivitli
salmon,! whilo the creeks for a long
distance up are Jammed with thom.
Millions aro'to be seen. As tho water
goes down ill tlio creeks thousands aro
left to die along Lhe edges and where
tho witter booomes shallow or dries up.
Sack sights aro hot in tlm recolloction
of tho "oldest inhabitant."   ■
Mr. H, T. Thrift hufi removed his
family and gone to reside at "Clover
Valley," Langley, and ia now for following a "jolly farmer's lifo." Mr.
Wm. Prout nud family left by Monday's boat for their now home upon
what is k.nowu as tho Senator Mclnnes
farm, a few miles north-east of New
Westminster. Both families will bo
missed in Yale. Best, wishes of our
peoplo accompany thom.
is found they will meet tho requirements of tho English army. Good
water was quickly found.
Alexakmua, Aug. 15.—The Sultan
to-day pereni ptori Iy ordered Arabi
Pasha to lay down his arms, and if ho
refuses tho Sultan will leave him to be
dealt witli by tho English; Two regi-
nient3 of highbinders, tho' Derbyshire
regimont and tho Horso Guards, are
about to march through tho city.
-SftiTe) CoVtttiHl.
Council met pursuant to adjournment,
on the 7th inst. Present—Jit-eve, and
Councillors Boothroyd, Stewart, and
Shannon.
The Bylaw for returning and revising
the assessment roll, aiid tho Bond ami
Bridge Bylaws wot«3 reconsidered and
adopted.
Council then adjourned till the 15th
inst., at 2 p. m.
Council met pursuant to "adjournment,
on the loth inst. I'resent—Reeve, and
t.'uiineillo!-sIh'owo,']Vjotlii'oyd,.atidShaii-
non.
John Johnston's tender for malting a
trail from tlio Johnston settlement to the
Yale road wns accepted.
Tlio Revenue Bylaw passed its first
and second readings.
On mcftiou, Olork waa instructed to
have Letters Patent published in Guardian.
" Council 'adjourned till tho Kith day of
September, at 0 a. ni., on which day a
Court of Revision will be h'uld.
Caution.
July S3
Total..
vBSsn..
r.*t»giiflc unil
Willi. K-tt
Kilwla UltiI
CASKS.
4i), sun
18.780
"IB, IKK)
.. its. ire
which
In addition, the Adofph Oh
sailed Juno 20th, carried 5,000 cases.
Victoria Post,
GiilnosoKcstrli'JlbuDilllcuUIes.
According to a Washington dispatch
of the (ith inst. tlio. treasury department begins to perceive that it tins a
grave problem ou its cards in securing
tho proper enforcement Of the law restricting Chinese immigration. Tho
point to whicli attention is now being
chiefly directed is tho o:;tren.o northwest frontier of Washington Territory,
us it impinges on British Columbia.
By and by it will extend along tho
whole frontier lino to bo aflected by
tbo construction of tbo Canadian
Pacific Railroad. Atprescnttllo point
bf vantage for the dealers in.aiid
managers of Chinese labor in where
Vancouver Island touches the waters
of Puget Hound by tho Straits of San
Juan do Fucaand thb shores adjacent
thereto. Thero are, it is said, about
14,000 Chinese in tho colony of British
Columbia, and 0,000 of these are employed in tho construction of the
Canadian Pacific Railroad. At Victoria the "compradors" or middlemen
among the Chinese have already associated their class, controlled by an
organization such as tho Six Companies of Sun Francisco.
The Tea Snip Race.—The Now
York Herald says:—Tho ocean tea ship
race, in which tho fastest vessels vie to
get the first teas of the season to market, has been brilliantly won this year
by the British steamer Stirling Castle.
Tin's hire vessel recently mado the run
from Shanghai to London1, by way of
the Suez canal, a distance of about
12,000 miles, inside of thirty day
Her cargo on this trip was estimated
as worth over a mill inn pounds sterling,
and hor owners were paid freight at
the rato of seven pounds per ton, whilo
othor tea steamers loading at tho same
timo received only four pounds per
ton.
Poweii of Imagination.-A good
joke is told of a certain Dublin professor; a stickler for ventilation.
Being recently put into a*room at a
hotel with another guest, ho asked the
latter (o raieo tho window at night, as
tho air was no closo. "I can't raise
it,'' said the guest, aftor working at
the window foi* awhile. "Thou knock
a pane of glass out," said tho professor,
which was done. After awhile tho
professor got up and broke another;
llum he was able to sleep. But in the
morning he discovered that ho had
only broken into a bookcase.
To Blercimnls u*ml Business
Men!
Tho undersigned ia now prepared Ho furnish a full line of. Rubber
Hand Stamps of superior quality and
local make, better than those now being
introduced from California. Save duty
uud charges by reserving your orders
until you see samples, and then patronize HOME ISDUSTltY.
R, T. Williams,
jn28 Braid k Gov't Sts„ Victoria
We beg to call the attention of the
trade and tlio public to tho welt-kuowii
quality and elegance of finish of our
Gold Cast'!;, "•Juiffatft'ccd by us to be of
eighteen karat ({old, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, as may be   ,	
Btainped- and nlso to our mode df Gelling! &v
the same, charging only for the Actual
Wliuht of the gold used, and not for
the base metal comprised in spring!', key
pipes, filHng of crown, etc. To illustrate
which a tag accompanies oach one of out-
Gold Cases, which plainly indicates not
only the gross weight ol' tho case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
In explanation bf tlie above wc desire
to say that the old plan of charging for
the gross weight of the case' as if it wero
all gold, worked well enoughas long as
the manufacturers were content with the
amount of brass and steel actually required in its construction; but when the
business was degraded into ti. contest as
to who should get the most base metal
Into the least quantity of gold and call it
a Gold case, then the time came when,
in tiie intercut of dealt rs in American
Watches,- it became necessary to adopt a
plain of selling, showing the buyer exactly hn.w'min-h Got,n each ease contained.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of VVal-
thiim Watches will observe that every
geiuine watch, whether gold or .silver,
bears our trade mark on both case and
movement. Gold cases are stamped "A.
W.' Co.;'' and guarantee certificates accompany them. Silver cases arV. stiynptd
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham./iW,
sterling silver," and arc accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed B. B. Rob-
bins, treasure)', 'rite -name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movcn'ieuts,
irrespective o'f either distinguishing
marks. This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the fact that our eases
are frequently separated from our nipve-
inents, and put upon worthless move-
monts of other makers and vice versa','
thus affecting injuriously the performance of the watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to cover
only our eoinplete watches wholly made
by us. It is necessary also, because it is
BO notOriotis as to be n public scandal
that there is great fnUul in the metal
quality of both gold and silver eases as
now generally sold. We have deinon-
stratou by frequent assays that many
gold and silver cases offered in .tho lnari
ket are debased from 10 to 20 per cent,
from the quality they assume to-be.
This is a fraud upon, tho piu'oliaaor, and
accounts for the low price at which such
cased watches have been sold.™Ajieri*
CAirf Watuh: Company, "Walthaiii, Mass,
T. R. PEAiS & CO;
—IMI'OIIT.BKS AND DlIALEllS IS—
Books & "Stationery}
' pi eoras,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Sim; of Colombia St.,
Sew   V/estminater,  B.  C
Thu larjjoat and liest-floleotod stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of Rritisli Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Kiography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature;
A full stock' of the Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books-.
All the authorized books for Public and ■
High Schools.,   Also, School Requisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-BobkS} Prftwiug n>ateriuls, etc.
Blank  Books'.
A very large assortment, imported direct-
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes aud qualities'.
Brltisti Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safo and Lock Works, ... k J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
T
leso celebi
ated safes
art
ma
In from
heai
tor iron, \\
i-i :nui:
20
)01
cen
. more,
and
have all t!
emoda
*n n
iin
"Will
tents of
the
>eet Amuri
tan Fir
an
Burgh
r Safes,
including the Sargent GreoiTleaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
M. W. Waitt&Co., Victoria.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
thoso of any other establishment in tho
Province. Foolscap I'apers, Letter Papers, "Note Papers. Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, TisHue, Blotting, Wrap*
ping, and other Papera. Some beautiful
designs iu Fancy Note Papers from London and I'lttis. An immense stock ol" Jfiii-
yelppcs of all styles, colors aud prices.
Lund or m- I'nanohs.
A Iind maiming.
It was with considerable surpriBo
that many of our citizens learned yesterday that a public mooting had boon
called aud held ou Thursday night to
make arrangements for the reception
Of the Governor-General and tho Princess Lou iso, It appears that notices
bad been issued for sucli a meeting,
bltt vbr'j'few peoplo had soon thorn-,
aud fower still paid any attention to
their contents. Tho result was what
might have been expected. Tho mooting was attended by only about a score
of people, and did not at all fairly represent the citizens of Now Westminster. Wu understand, however, that
thu few prosont undertook to mako
what arrangements seemed to them
proper for the reception. Among
othor things, wo aro informed, thoy
passed a resolution asking tho City
Council to veto §1,000 towards paying
tho GXpem.es of tho demonstration.
Now, tho City Council havo neither
tho money nor tbo power td obmply
with such a resolution; and if thoy had
both, the advisability of tho thing
might bo open to serious question.
Undor the circumstances the proper
course for tho meeting would havo
beon to adjourn without entering upon
business at all. In a matter of Bitch
importance the authorities should have
seen tlmt tbo notice of mooting received tho widest possiblo publicity. If
Now Westminster proposes to givo our
distinguished visitors such a reception
as tlieir position aud tho circumstances
demand' it initst go about it with unanimity and enthusiasm. Tho mooting
hold on Thursday night will do moio
harm than good. Thoro may havo
boon tho best intentions; but the matter line been muddled, and tho movers
had bettor begin again whero they
started. We are anxious that tlio recaption at this Oily should bo ns liberal
and enthusiastic as it is possible to
make it. Lot us, tborofore. do all
things with the fullest knowledge nnd
eoustmt of thu people.
A.LFXANMMA, Aug. 11.— The Duko
of Gonnaught, in an interview with
i he khedive, conveyed a verbal message
from Queen Victoria expressing her
loop sympathy and best wishes for
tho khedive and Egypt.
A council eomposod of Admiral
Seymour mid leading military autlii
ties havo boon sitting on board the
Helicon, to investigate .the eHeotft of
the bombardment <>f tlio forts. The
ovidonco of naval and military ollicors
is that masonry is useless against
modern gnus, but that earthworks
turn every shot.
A Circassian who passed through
Arabi Pasha's camp stated that n
eolonol, captain, subaltern and 7t> men
wero killed ou the rebel side in tlio
engagement Saturday. "Flo confirms
tho report of Arabi's bad health.
Whilo Mrs Stone was waiting for
tho train Vakoub Paslia expressed
rogrbt that Cen. Stone had cast his lot
with tho English. Ho begged Sirs.
Stotio to tell her husband "that the
Kgyptinii army would show how greatly it had profited by the twelve years'
ina!ruction it had received from! him.
Tho conduct of Do Lessojis is causing
complications.
Constantinopli;, Aug. 12.—What
Lord Pullet in insists upon, in order
io secure barniony of action, is tlmt nn
movement of the Turkish troops in
Egypt should taku place without preliminary consent of Ooiieral WolsQldy.
ALiixANnnti, Aug. 13.'—TftolVo
hundred and live Scots guards and
Grenadier guards arrived to-day und
marched to Itnmloli. Arabs collected
along tho lino of march and were inuch
impressed by tho appearance of the
troops. Eurof-enns regret thoir having
to moot such an unworthy foe, as it is
believed many miist fall victims to (lie
rifles of Arabi Pasha's troops, who aro
now intrenched in such a strong
position.
0-ttCUTTA, Aug. ;U.- -It is generally
bolloved tho Indntu contingent for
Egypt will bo raised to .10,000 iiion.
.Au'-xaniuua, Aug. 14—Tljp fCliq
divo baa' itppoiiitbd ii) of his household
officers to act as guides and interpreters to tho advancing English iinny.
Arabi Pallia is unusually busy erecting
earthworks about Millaha junction.
Several Abyssinian jtnmpa have boon
suiil: '-boot the Hnglfeh position and it
BlLLIouSNBflS,—A furred tongue, bad
taste in the month, nausea, vomiting,
variable appetite, alternate diarrluvaand
oostivenoBS, faintuess, weariness, yellow
east of oy.eS and countenance, indicates
serious, biliary tfbublo. Jaundice is a
bad disease, it is an overflow of bad bile
iu the circulation"; any of these symptoms should be remedied without delay,
and Burdock Blood Bitters is tho remedy
upon which you may surely rely.
Day k Clark, Druggists, Renfew,
writes us June 3rd. "Wo have sold
Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry
for a number of vein's, and rind nothing
equal to it, for the purpose for which it
ia designed." Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry euros all forms of Bowel complaints incident to Summer and
Fall.
W, H. Crookerfc Druggist of Water-
down, under date of June 1st, writes
that "Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
.Strawberry cannot be surpassed' when
all other remedies fail then it comes to
the rescue, and X find the sales large and ■
increasing." Wild Strawberry positively !
elites all Bowelcpmplainst.
FINAL NOTICE!
HA VIN O    MADE   ABUANCE-
monts for leaving British Columbia in two weeks, this is to request all
those whose accounts aro still unpaid  to
call and settle the same meanwhile, thereby saving lawyers' fees.
This is a final notice.
J. W. HOWISON.
New Westminster, Aug. 11,18S2.    an 12
WANTED.
Fancy Goods.
A vory huge variety of Fancy Goods always ou hand, to whieh additions arc being constantly niudn.
Miscellaneous;
A very large and complete stock of mis.-
cellanoous articles such as arc usually
found in a stationery establishment,
SlicofncU-M, I',vc-('ln-;*.fh,
Playing Curds, Vlalllng Carda,
Illicilliei.8 Cards. Cnril board.
Card Gates,   Vases, Gnmei't
Inks nf all kinds,
Inkstands—plain nnii fancy,
Photo. Albumg. Pictures,
A n (ogva |ili   AI bums,   Toy**,
Scrap IlookN, Purses,
Writing Desk-*, Hold Pfiiw,
fcndlea' Work It-isU.-ts,
Gt-ntli tiK-n'e.    i-CHblng Cases,
Splintx, Velvet Frames, Ac, Ac*
rPENDEKS  WILL BE  RECEIVED
X   up to the First of September, 1SS:
for cutting a Ditch and constructing a
Plume In the Municipality of Richmond;
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Specifications may be seen at T. R,
Pearson k Co.'s, New Westminster.
mi SAM. M1UER, C. M.C.
The firm of J, k S. Me Kitchen, Doug'
las. writes us Juno 1st, saying "There is
not another pl-dparation we can recommend with so much confidence as Burdock Blood Bitters, as it invariably gives
the best of satisfaction." Burdock
Blood Bitters cures all diseases of Blood,
Liver and Kidneys.
The Willi Strawberry plant possesses
rare virtue ns a cleansing, cooling, as
tringeut, antiseptic, and hi-alibg medicine; and when combined with other
valuable vegetable extracts, as in Dr.
Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, it
is an unfailing remedy iu all Bowel complaints, 	
Sir T. R, Pearson & Co. wish to draw
attention to the fact that they are prepared to tako Subscriptions for all Canadian, American and British newspapers
and periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—Ado,
As a remedy for Sea Sickness for any
irritation of the stomach nnd bowels, for
canker of .the Ittomauu nnd mouth, for
pih-s and ht-uininigo, and [or all vnrities
of bowel complaints, Dr. Fowler's Wild
Strawberry is nature's true specific,
Bl.OE ViTmoi'-Cicnitinc English—For
eBEJEug wlil-at to prevent the smut,
Send to Lanci.kv A Co., Victoria. Also,
for ;-ali?--celcbrateil Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should be in every stable. mh'2.1
it'j* Wo, have just received from England
direct aline line of Pishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flies
made expressly for this country, nnd to
which the finest trout will rise.----T. R.
Pearson k Co.
jt.
ISTOTICE.
iflSHEBMEN AND OTITl'.RS AKK
uotifiorl Lli.it it Is illcg.-il to import
(milium under nny pretence" from nliove,
tlie Snitiafl River.
(!. riTTKXDHIfiil,
Fishery Overfleer.
July 28,1.882. jyi!3
\ U ACC0DKTS NOT PAD) ]IY
XV   the 15tll inst. will lie plnced in tlio
lunula of a Collector with instructions.
W. J. FKKXC1I.
New West., July 4, 1SS2.
\
jyo
.li's'i'].r.n:ivi:u -30,000Sli
100 gross ('hulk Crayons, i
consignment of Slatioiierv
Goods.—T. Hi I'KAIISOS it C
ppingjags,
uud   K-uicV
K-A\l;\
iVF Now unpacking at -las. Klhird k
Co.'s, tbo latest fashion* for 1882 tn
tallies.' and Children's Straw Mats, Millinery, Laces, kc.   Call and examine.
dSr T. 11, Pearson it Co. have just received direct from the manufactories iu
Ontario a Ii6avy invoice of of Stationery,
Lottcr-prosses, ke.
eludini
PoOKlf
ClITU.KV.— T,   U.
Cutlery ilia-ut from Km-Jand.
Pearson k
Pocket
DOMINION G&VERNiveT
SAVINGS BAMK
XKW HIJSTJilXSTKII UltAJil'll.
DEPOSITORS ARM REQUESTED
to present their l'uss Books for in-
sortlOU of interest up to the 80th June,
1SS2,
B. l'lTTENDIIldH,
Agent.
M. W., July 11, 1S82. jyhj
WOODS &
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
hums, hurts, &c„ (.•(ii,„i:cn;i),
1.0UH3 NogoMutcit, iiml  ii  tlt'i.erul
A^nnrv liiisiness traiisiiotciti
Anr.s'TR kok Tin:
1'licnlx Ptrc liisiirnnoi' roniminj' of
Hrimklj'tl, ifltl the
Kqnitiiiiin l.H'c is8i.rl.iico Soototy
ni' dm united suies.
i'oi.T.jni.i sTRr.r.r,
KKW   \V!;sTMlN'STKl!,   11. 0l'
!'.' O.' lio-.: JO.'
Pianos & Organs.
Having wa^o unusually favorable arrange-
ments with some of the leading Piano
makers in Huston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, we arc able to offer a
FIHST-CUASS PIANO
at,little more than lias heretofore leeii
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have the exolumvo agency In this Province
for the fine I'lanoa manufactured hy Henry P. Miller, uf Boston!, A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, iire now in
this city, and they arc undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought iuto.tb.Is cduntry. Urc ani
nlso agent;* for the JCnabe Pianos, tho
Steinway, the AYcbcr, the "Decker, and
others, any ojIB 'if which we ban supply oil
the most fa. -'titbit tsriilBi . U'c ar& ligents
in tiiis province For tho Omnhiton Organ
(Job; Organs (of BowinnnVille, Ont.), and
W. Iti'll tb C0*8. Or-smis (of Gnelph;
Out.), nnd the leading American Organs.
Persons Inteivdinq to Purohasj
n Piano or Organ of nny kind, Canadian,
American or Kuropitiu, will Hnd it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
"The largest oasotrtmortt 6* vbebl nnd In-
Btrumoutnl Music to bo found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solon, duets, trios,
i|uarl'ttcH, choruses* both neeulnr and
sacred. A line collection of the very best
i'iano Solos, c.itvfully adopted by some of
the best piiinists in the cast. Sheet music
sold at "New York prices.
Music  Books.
Always nn hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for Tinno, Orgnn, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Kit'lmnisims Piano Mi-thod. Also.u
collootion of miscellaneous music book.i.
both vocal and tmdhlnu'iital. Music not
Flu stock will lie* ordered promptly.
insurance)
ngciits tor tlio NofiTit HiUTisd
;'A*.ti),i; t'lur Iv.-'VitAWK Co.;
jlO.000,000 ;   Lossba paid. $M,-
vi*i*i>i'u.'tTiqN* Like
the h.ivcst rntcHon
ny ei>:npany doing
*,ni> Mil
Capitol,
IXXJ.OWI. Also, the
■"UrflOOtATIOS, olleri
;hi; lioBt security o
liuniueKs in Canada.
T. R. PEARSON & 00„
Mnjni'.
''«).
New Weiitniiiistei'i B. O; tFrom Firat PagoO
''"No, never, nevor! I know nothing
of tbe ivurld, as you any; but I know
the difference between honor and dishonor. It is for your sako'nnd his—
not mine. Do 1 bmk as if I were enjoying it ? Do I look happy? I know
what I am doing. Believe that, and
in pity's name leave mc to my misery."
Ho felt tbat there was no further
appeal. He could not bo angry with
hor. Ho could not resent, though ho
had spoken quite advisedly when he
said that with her answer Kaudulf's
happiness must stand or fall, \\t would
havo to fall, but, somehow, the large-
hearted old mall could think at present
only of this stricken girl—for ho saw
she was stricken—not. of his own nearest and dearest.
"Then, my child, I must even leave
yon, though I feel my heart broken to
have my errand ond so badly. Good-
by, my lovo! I would fain havo gone
homo feeling I had gained another
child. I would gladly sec my son married to a wife like you, if it could have
been I"
Sir Gabriel's lips were quivering as
ho took hor hand, stooped, and gently
kissed her forehead. She did not
speak, sho uttered not a syllabic, but
sat beside tho table still, whito as ever,
with her hand drooping boside her.
At tho door he turned back once again,
and camo to her saying:
"Re-member, you can never bo indifferent lo me. If over I can servo
you lot mo know how, and it shall bo
done."
Then he went away, really, and she
nover moved. Sho hoard the front
door open, tho horses hoofs. Then
they rode away, and sho was alone, the
tiro burning low, the early January
evening in closing dank and drear.
To her poignant anguish a groat
apathy bad succeeded. She had spoken
out her whole soul and life ns she told
Sir Gabriel, "I worship him!'' The
whole scene seemed to float away into
tho background, liko somo fur-buck,
half-remembered dream. Everything
was shadowy and unreal.
Still sho sat alone, and her forehead
never changed from its white, stony
composure, though it was almost dark,
nud it was a long time since Sir Gabriel
had gone. Sho did not know that. She
scarcely hoard tho door softly open and
closo, but sho was conscious by and by
that some one knelt down beside llov
—it was Judith, who bad taken hor
drooping hand, and was speaking to
her in lior deep, vibrating tones:
"Dolphine, forgive me, but I cannot
bear it any longer. What have I done
that you should repel mo thus ? If
your heart breaks, let mine break with
it. I ask nothing else. Let us bu
together, even if it is only in our
wretchedness!'"
Tho appeal camo at the right moment. Earlier, it would havo irritated.
J-ater, it would have boen useless.
Just now, with hor great renunciation
just consummated, it was salvaliun; it
enabled her to speak.
"Judith—you arc all I have left."
"And you to mo. I have lived with
you these two hours, and suffered with
you. Sir Gabriel ia a kind old man,
Delphine."
"Poor old man! Yes, very. He likes
to see peoplo happy. Ho wants ino to
bo happy—he wants Randulf to bo
happy. The other night Randulf asked
me to marry him, and I said no. Today Sir Gabriel came and asked me to
marry Randulf j and told me all about
how good he was, and how good it
would be—0 Judith! how good it
would be to bo his wife!"
Hor head fell upon her sister's neck.
Judith know bettor than to speak.
Thero was a long silence, during which
one suffered perhaps us keenly as the
other.
"I said no," Delphino resumed at
last. "The worst is ovor now. I
must try to go on as if it had not happened—only, Judith, you must promise
mo ono thing."
"Anything that it is in my power to
do, my child."
"Try to keep mamma from talking
of it. I fear she will be angry, and I
cannot bear it. To wrangle over it
would be like wrangling over the dead
body of the person who was dearest to
you."
Judith's brow darkened. There
were moments when hor largo, grave
beauty took an expression of kindling
auger, and sho was uot ono whoso
anger is as a summer cloud; it was not
nn anger to bo smiled at.
"I havo seen to that," sho said.
"There are limits to childish obedience.
For your sake, Dolphine, I have done
what I never thought to do. My
mother was ungry. Sir Gabriel just
camo in aud spoko to her. Ho snid it
was duo to her to aay that you had refused Mr. Danesdalo, and that he could
not oppose your docision. When ho
was gone sho wanted to know why.
Sho said Bhe must understand what
you meant. I could bear it no longer.
I spoko: I told her why."
"You told hor] Hut that isfearful!"
said Delphino, in an awe-struck whisper.
'.It was fearful, but thoro was no
alternative. I did not openly name
tho reason; I said it was for tho samo
reason as that for which Uncle Aglionby had loft his money to his grandson.
Sho looked at mo in a manner I shall
never forgot. It was I who folt the
criminal; but you will not be toriuont-
.ed As for me, I shall soon go
away from hero. It is not fitting that
she and I should bo in tho samo houso
together, for she will not forgive mo.
Sho will forgive you, Dolphine. Come
and speak to hor."
Delphino complied without hesitation, It was Judith's turn to bo loft
by herself—tho strongest, and therefore tho loneliest, spirit under that
roof.
. A sad afternoon at tho end of January. The sceno was Malloson's pleasant
drawing-room nt Stamiiforth Rectory.
Stanniforth was an exceedingly largu
and desolate parish; it composed Yoro
sett, and Scar Foot, and Danesdale,
I and many other oHshoots aud depend-
oncioB. Spnrco wns the population,
though tho extent was great, for in the
words of tho old chronicler, "Littlo
corn growcth in Sualdalej" and of
Danesdalo ho says, "Danesdalo, and
tho soile abowt it is very hilly, and
berith litlo come; but norisoth many
bestes"—a description true to this day,
to tho very letter.
Tho   houso   bolotiging  to tho  old
"paroch chircho for alio tho aforosm'd
towncs," was a Inrgo, pleasant, modern
mansion.    Mm.   Marfeson's  drawing-
- room   faced south,  looking across a
flower-gar den, over some roughly-
wooded "common land,'' to rugged
gray fells. At thia season of tho year
the sun set almost exactly opposite the
windows of this room. He had boen
struggling all day to make a way
through the clouds without much success. Just now, howover, he had riven
tho clouds asunder, and was casting au
almost lurid glow uf farewell splendor;
of misty fays like a crown over tho
rugged ridges of the fells. Indoors it
was not too light. The fire shone on
the furnitute and on the keys of the
open piano. The two occupants of the
room were Mrs. Malleson and Judith
Conisbrough, and they had been drinking four-o'clock tea. Judith, who had
taken oil' her hat and mantle, sat in
tho oriel window, in a low, chintz-
coyored chair. Her faco was turned
toward tho sunset above thu everlasting hills; and thu departing rays
caught it, and lit it up with a kind uf
halo, throwing out into full relief tho
strong, yot delicate features of her
noblo face, and showing forth moro
than usual both its sadness and its
beauty.
Mrs. Malleson, a little, bright brunette, with quick, bud-like graceful
movements, looked beside her visitor
liko a robin tieiule some far-seeing
royal bird. Sho sat beside her tea-
table, and laid down the work which
her over-busy fingers had for a long
time been plying—for sho was an industrious littlo lady.
"I wish I could havo an exact liko-
uess of you as you sit now, Judith,
with tho sun shining upon your face.
Tho picture would do beautifully fur a
painted window, if a ring wero put
round your head, and it was callod St.
Cecilia, or St. Theresa, or St. Elizabeth, or some of thoso grand women,
you know."
"Very different from the reality,
who is neither grand nor a saint, but
who wishes very much that your husband would como in, dear Paulina."
"I cannot imagine what detains him,
I am sure. Ho know yon were coming,
because ho made a special note of it,
and he haa taken such a deep interest
in all this affair of yours. But ho cannot bo long now."
"And ho would uot toll you what he
had found for mo," said Judith, And
Mra. Malleson repeated, not for the
first timo that afternoon:
No, dear. It was about a week
ago that ho suddenly said, at breakfast
time, 'I havo it,- I believe, at hist.1
And then I said, 'What have you,
Laurence 1" He answered, 'Somo work
that will suit Miss Conisbrough.' Not
another word would he say to me; but
when I asked hiin if it was anything to
do with nursing, ho answored, mysteriously, 'Perhaps—perhaps not." And
that is all I know, except that yesterday he told mo to write to yuu, and
ask if you would call hero, as hu was
so busy, and didn't wish you to be delayed. "
I ivonder what it is?" said Judith,
resting her chin upon hor hand, and
■till gazing out toward the hills and
tho setting sun.
"I hope it will be something you
will not mind taking," said Mrs. Malleson seriously. "Laurence is such u
very matter-of-fact man, you know.
Ho would be quito capable of thinking
that whon you said you would take
anything, you meant it."
"Of courso I meant it.   I believe
thoro is not any kind of honest work
with head or hands that I would not
ladly take, to get away from Yoresett."
"Well, let us hopo    Thero he
!" said Mrs. Malleson, as she heard
the loud latch of the vestibule door lift
and fall—"aud somo ono with him.
Excuse mo, Judith. I'll send him to
you hero, and tell' him to make short
work with his business, or he'll havo
to walk homo with you."
She skimmed out of tho room,
closing the door after her. Judith,
again lost in tho absorbing speculation.
"What can it be?" fixed hor oyes upon
the now gray and deathly-looking Bky,
over which night  was fast casting its
untie, nor noticed any outside
sounds, until Mr. Malleson's voice
roused ber.
The Reverend Laurence Malleson
was a favorable specimen of a broad
church clergyman of the Church of
England, on the Charles Kingsley
lines.
IIo was some thirty-three or thirty-
five years of age, and was dressed in
a manner whieh would not lmvo betrayed to any ono his priestly vocation.
"Miss Conisbrough, I feel I have
kept you waiting an unconscionable
time," lie began; "aud I am very sorry
for it. I cim only say that I really
could not help it, and trust to your
good nature to excuse mo."
"Pray do not mention it, Mr. Malleson. I do not mind waiting if ns
Mrs. Malleson leads mo to hope, you
have a little work waiting for me at
the end of tho timo."
"I was much puzzled by the circumstances of your ease, I confess," he
said. "I agreed with my wife, that it
was not everything that would do for
you. I could soon havo found you
something, I could have got you a
situation aa nursery governess, to take
entire charge of threo children, and
teach them music, French, drawing,
and English at the handsome stipend
of twenty-five pounds a year. Would
you have taken that?"
"If thero had boon nothing else-
yes. But I would rather havo to do
with grown-up people than with
children."
"You spoko of nursing. Of courso
I could havo recommended you to different institutions. But thoro wns
your'lack of gold!'" (Mr. Malleson
spoke plainly, but with as keen an interest as if it were his own caso ho was
describing and providing for, and Judith was far too much in earnest to
euro if he had been twice as explicit.
"The most agreeable places as
nurses," ho went on, "aro thoso whero
you go as-what they call a 'lady probationer;' paying about a guinea a
week for board, lodging, nnd practical
instruction, until tho medical board"
consider yon qualified to take a nurse's
place. But you bad told mn that you
must go somewhere whero you could
earn, not pay money; whero sot-vices,
not a premium, wero required."
"Yes."
"Ono morning I bethought myself
quito suddonly of Dr. Hugh Wont-
worth of Irkford. Did you over hoar
of him?"
"No."
(Tn lioOoiitliuieil.)
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Im pouters and DraIbiw is—
Books & Stationery,
MHtnr goods,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
Sooth Side of Coldjima St.,
New   Westminster,  B. C.
Tlio largest ami beat-selected atodt of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
uoinurisiuu History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of the Seasido Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All tho authorized books for Public and
High .Schools. Also, School Requisites
iu great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, eto.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been pnrehasod from
the manufacturers, on the icet fnyon'ble
terms, prices will compare fi \ orably with
those of any other establishment iu the
Province. Foolscap Papers. Letter Pap*
eve, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tisni-j, Wotting, Wrapping, and other- P." r ;. SorW beautiful
designs in Fancy "Nuto Papers from London and Paris. An iiiuneiisb stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very lnrge variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions arc being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and eoinplete stock of miscellaneous articles such its are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Si-ectnclcK, E )•«-<* In uses,
Pli.ylit.fjf Cavil--, Visiting Cavil ti,
llusliiiN-i Cm-ils, Card bimril,
Cui*d Chsch,   Vanes, (•James,
Inks of nll klmls,
Ink'* tan dt—pi ii I ii nnd fancy,
Photo. Alliums, Picture*;,
A ill of;rnpli   Albums,   Toys,
Scrap Hocikei. Pnrscfi,
Writing Ot-Kk--., ('old Pi'tiH,
IindlcN' Work IIinikt-tH,
('viM li mTn'i-:     i-i'iitflitK Ciisit.,
Splints, Velvet  Frnimts,  Ai*., &,v.
Pianos & Organs.
Having mado unusually favorable.arrangements' with some of tho leading Piano
maker.*] in Boston, New York, Balti
more, and elsewhere* we are able to oiler a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more thnn has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
havo the exclusive agency in this Province
for the lino Pianos manufactured by Henry V. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, arc now in
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought into this country. We nre
nlso agents for the Knabe Pianos, the
Stoinway, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we enn supply on
the most favorable terms. We tire agents
in this province for the Dominion Organ
(!o's. Organs (of Ijowmanville, Ont.), and
W. Bell k (Vs. Organs (of Guolph,
Ont.), aud tlm leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to PunoHAsn
a I'iano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us,
W. R. HOMER,
Gleneral Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(mhar drill sutto).
Residenoe-Merivale Street.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,'
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, 4.O.,
HAS RESUMED PltACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia atreet, Opposite Hy
auk Hall, New Westminster, II. C.
JAMES   MOSRISOI,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER 1
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Ool'mliil II..M)
N inV   WISSTiU I..NSTBR
$0'Several good Farina Cot* Sale and to
Lt« io. nolO
tuRiiEME™"ftci
MERCHANTS,
WIIAUP STBEET, ■ VIOTORIA.
-A.&rFi'isnrs arox-t
North British ami Mercantile
Insurance ro. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
3(1 Fihalmry Cirons,
London, E. 0.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER.
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR ol RENT and DEBTS,
Agent Tor the TRAVE1.1.KR8" IXSUK-
ANOK CO., of ll«rtriir(l,.l'onii.
Now WeMiilneler, II. 0.
Every Mm; lo liis own Business
.,£*>..   IF "E3 "E3 "Hi LB,
PRACTICAL
CHE1V11ST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'P. O0t.ONI.tl, IIOTIII.),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Physicians' Prescriptions nnd Family Recipes» Snct'lnlty.
N. II. — Only Gamliiie Dl'tlga use.il.
Over twenty venrs' oxuorloiico.     iiu-2.1
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Voeal ami In
fltnimental Mualo to lie found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, duots, trios,
(|iiartettcB, choruses, hoth secular and
sacred, A line collection of tlie very best
Piano Solos, carefully Bolooted liy sonic of
the hest pianists in the east. Sheet mtuta
sold at New York prices.
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for I'iano, Organ, Violin, ete. The new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music hooks,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
Wc are agents for the Noiitii BRITISH
and MancASTitiB Fiuk Ikbuiunok Co.*
Capitol, $10,000,000; Losses paid, $23,-
000,000. Also, tho Coni*kiii,iution Live
A.shociatton, often fig tlio lowest rates on
the hest security of any company doing
htisiucBs in Canada.
T. E. PEAE80N & 00.,
Colnmlilimt. (botwootl 0. 0. Major'** nnd .Tunics
CiiNiiiii:;li-iiii'n),
Now Westminster, B. C.
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
KENTS,  DEBTS, it).,  OOliliUOTBI).
Loans  Negotiated, nnd a Genci'ul
Agency Business transacted.
AGENTS   1*011 TUB
l'hcnlx Firo Iiisiiniiicc'Compaiiy uf
Brooklyn, nail the
Kniillnlili' 1,1 fl* Assurance Society
or Uii' United Sluli's.
<»i,iiii:ii Mini r.
NKW   WUKTMINSTUII,   B. C.
P. 0. Box 40.
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS  IN—
GROCERIES
-—-A. Iff .TO	
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in the above
Lines and by
REGENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We are prepared to fill orders to the
Trade in the following Goodfi!
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
IlliFillillf
JWzWmmWTiiriit?-^,.,-      h;
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OK****-'
■wj±.<3r-mi^
•—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  THK—
Ganaclian Pacific Railway
—in—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Cuiiflles Rice, Syrup, Cheese.
Dried fruits, Caiincil Goods,
Vinegar, Unking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl* Barley,
BEANS,
.Ba.QMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in tlio Grocery and
Provision Line.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 F day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00     '"
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class 2 50 "
"Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith   Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     "
Drillers  .* 1 75 to 2 00     "
Laliorcrs   1 50 to 1 75     V
Hcivers, 1st class   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 ",
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All Oilfcsido labor 10 hours 'per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to'find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will he convenient
along the Line.   Board—:**-' per week.
Tt will not he compulsory for Employees to hoard in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  0NDERB0NK,
General Manai.ku,
Ol'l-'K'K UK TIIE CONTRACWOUSj
Canadian  Pacific B.uuvay,
Yivlc, March 1, 1881.
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS TX) INFORM HIS NUMBRj
ona patrons that he has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will ho fohhd, as usual, a com1
pletc assortment of
GEOOEBIES.
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of
Dry floods, tients' Furnishing
■Goods, &c, &e„
Which will be sold iit thb LOWEST.
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their past
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of thesame. mhl
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to the undernotod Goods, on
which the most LII'KIUL INDUCE-
MENTS will he oflered to the
Trade, as we aro
SOLE
Agents for BritisliCoIumoia
C.   M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST JiKOEIVKDTlIK I.AHO-
cut assortment of Clocks ever held
ou tho Mainland of llritisli Columbia,
Nickel Clocks, at 92.2S (wnmuitodj,
S0II1  Thomas'  Nickel Alarm, at
53.25.
All kinds of   Hitiitfl  nnd   OdlCO
Clocks.
Wtilthnm Watches, «>in sllvw cases,
from Sir, upwards.
A fluo assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plato IVnro and Optical
(foods.
Cni.uMMA Stiihkt,
au2 Now Westminster, li.C.
fiOOI);\Sf.flUIB.\RI\r.lWlllR
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the . Largest Size and Best
Tolmceui
THE
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—t iiK-
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains,
IT IB THK HKCOGNIZEO AUTIIO-
i-lty lit CoiiiiIIUItIuI nml   I'lliiinrln) Olrcliw,
nml lliu boat i-.iiiiilv Join un I on lliu L'ticlflu const.
Sum-il liy cnrrirrs In San Fiinicincn
iiiiittliti towns of tii" ilituilor nt fiflt*. per \v6*»k
H,v mail, I'lostugo puld SXf* [mrjuiir.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
fun in.t 111 hi ntli twelvti-iMifjo joitliml, nirifl In *irn-
|ii!i'|]<ni Id iin ulKutliuclifitju'St |iii|H*rtt. llit-cinititi'.v
.SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
Tlio Wcelily nmltlia Friday llullcfln,
(■umhlS loaotlior till most CiillipU'tf S'-tnU
W-ilUy -'lll'llt-liou* <m iin. Pnclllo Count, will
1)0 nimt louny mlili-i1*,, pnstngu puul, on tliu M-
ln" Inn toruiBi
Weekly and Friday Bulletin.
One Yt-ai- ■  fl 00
Blx.MuntliH  1 m
Weekly Bulletin Alone.
Ono Vmir ..*. $2 50
Six Montli   1 -J5
Ilomttluncofl l»y Draft, Puitoffice order, iVollnJ
fai'iroA  Oi.'rt l-lx-ili'-is, ami lit.'-1 si ith it I.ulloi-, Ut
our riifc;
FREE SEED lllSTUIBl'TIOX.
Kncli milifiurUii'i* will be nnwiitcil willi Hcvortil
v.iriuliLM (1f  It-u-u uii'l  V,-iIiiiiUi' TltKK,   VN'IK-
TAliU-* .i.i.l !''l,n\YKI! WM,  ■■■|-nl  in viilm* l»
tlio mih ,t*ripl ion prico of Uiu pnpiT.
#5-Sl*llil fin-,S:inipleCopy, giving fullpiiilieiiliii'H,
Adilrona,
S. F. BIILlBTm COMPANY,
SAN KUANl lSl'O.
CeltfeNiiii.
1TOTIOB.
NOTICK IB HEREBY GIVEN
that, two month,* niter, date, I, the
iliiduralgnedi intfliul to upply to the Chief
polnmlsaionfir of Lands and Works for
pennis-:--,mi to pnrchnae 100 or more aeres
of Crown land, sithated on Nnmoo Har-
hor, (''itz-Hugh Sound, Ii. C. Commencing nt post near the *-lnuv, marked A;
thenve Northerly, along the fdioro, and
ineluding two small Unnids, ,"i() ehains, to
post B; thonco Kasterly, 40 chains, to
post C; thence Southerly, fiO chains, to
post 1); thonco Westerly, *10 chains, to
point of commencement.
No minerals are known to exist on this
laud.
JOHN CLAYTON.
Victoria, B. C, liith May, 1882.   jyl-2in
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT THK—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
1TOTIOE.
mine unheksionud, being a-
\_ liout to loavo Now Wosfcrninstor for
Bomo montfis, may lie fount! for tlio prosont nt his olii 'ollioo on 1'rolit Street,
near Mary Street, wlicro lio will be pre-
paroi! to settle nil aoeonnts ngninst liini
and rooeivo nll Hums tine.
I take this opportunity of thanking
tho pnhlic for the liberal patronage bestowed ou the Occident during tho timo
I have occupied it ami to solicit n eon-
tinimnco of the same to my successor.
,1. *,¥, HOWISON.
Now West.,.Tnly 23, 1882.
'yseta
TIIE GREAT EXGL1KH REMEDY
TsAnerer-fniling
Guru for NcrV-
oHpDehiliiv.Ex*
hftUBted Vitality
of a ny k i n d-
Wotikn<*9s, Pnr*
nlysis, and nil
tlio terrible rf-
feclsoljoiitlifiil
^^^^^^^^ follies, and cx>
ssos In malnrer j-ears.
BR. MIXTIK will   nuree tn   forfeit.
Five Hand red Dollars for a case of
this kimi the Vltlll KcatONttlVO (under
his K'K'ciul nil vice nml trentmefrljwill.nb.t
(*nre, or fm* nnvtliirfr iinnnre nr tidurinns
round in it. DU. MINTIB 'iviita nil DIb-
eeessfiilly wiilwnit meronry.
('(..ISHll.tUiHl free. Thorough einmU
tuition -nut advice, Sft'OO.  pi ire or Vital
Restorative, $3*oo » i«mip, or four
times lhe quii'iiiity, $10/60; sent to nny
adilrefls njinti receipt of jirit*", orO O. P,,
Bi'onre from observnlion, and in oriviite
nntne if desired, hv A. Ki MINTIK*
M. D.
Tl.otie who ennnnt visit DU. MIXTIK
in Ran Fmtieifco sh-'iild send a full ami
liiljiiile strttonitant ol iht-jr troithlcs With
$25*00, nnd in return n full eoiirse-of
Medicine will lie farwnrded, per.iirely
piieked, so -is not lo excite curiosity.
All orders for mfid.eldn C. 0. f). llfltst
h« ftfeomiiftiili'tl wiih St.oo (na n Eiinr-
niiii'O of good fiiitli), which will he (Id*
dueled when the •iHcknge fo r-hipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLH FUBBI.*— Sent on
np|iliciitiou liy letter staling symptoiiii,
sex and age, CoUiiniintciiiions slrletly
eoiitiilential. jnj'31-ly
II KciU'llfej" Slrert, San liiuirlsco. i';\U
Kmmfm
DISPENSARY,
STO. 11KEARITEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
A LOAN .OF 83,000, FOU A TERM
of yotvi'u on uiiexufljitioimbU* Booitil*
ty, Katu of intorcflt auven por cont. per
annum, payahlu half-yearly.
Apply A.  11. C, Box I, NowWcfit-
inliiator, jySII
Pit. SIMN.\F.V, w.-ll lnir.wn un (lit. nrnti.
ilor of tliu M..nti-t'«l, IO. K.) MciIvh' Iiitttl-*
lull., -mill-ilo I'r.Trifl.n-«.t tlio ai'INNBYVll.LH
[Nr'lllMAHY, wcmH   mtwt rrr*i■netfully  fufuim
hi* [.nlfoiilrt nml Ilio ntllli-tod irviii-i'iilly, thnt lot
Mill cimtluuoH to Unit clirunic unit norvuus <lis-
ciistw* with iiiu^unllcli'il Hucctmt.
LADIBS  AND  GEWTttmrH.
Ilomiiinlior Unit pnKli'iuthi'itloii In thu tlilt-f of
COmS AMD 33 X3EALED.
II iiiiil(t'i-r* not wlm I yntiv trotilili'S mny ho, ooinu
nml kt tho Doclor oNuiniiii'.viitti-oii-xi'. It will
<*oi*( yon nothing fur conmiHitloit, uniiliiiipu pnll
nml willsl'y vuiii'-jolvoii wlinthni' Ui» nnutor uniU-r-
hiami** yourciiHo. If hu rnticlin*yon hu u-lll tell
you Bii* ir not, ho will toll yjn Mint, fur ho will
not ll rid nrt lilt li n Ciue iinU-".-* ho h ouiilhlont of of*
I'.'otlnca euro.
I'lirtiou nt n ili-liiin-i' ivisMii-,' Iron tin mil, Ity
Rentllng **-*•*> nml u miililti- ilent!rl|itlnii of their
tiouhloM will |-oi!flvo In return » full coiirmi of
troutinoiit •jvi-'i.'oly imokoil to nti not tn exclto cn-
iliwltv.
Dlt. Sl'lNNnVulll RilrimiltotI to torMt Flvfl
Ilmiilri'il Dnllnri lor orcry nine of tiny klml ur
chiiinclcr which ho umtortitbo-i nml fi.lln tu mm.
I'. H,*—Vnr dlmnwoH nf Hhmt Htiuiitini;, u full
courso of uioilfi-hioH, f-iiiuclont fm* ii cine, with
nil iiixlntt-llnUH, will lio (Hilt tn itny iitHi'oiMt <iil
njculjif oFSlflj
Cnll or AtliliTBH
Dr. 8PI1Y1YKY A CO.,
Nu.nKuiinio.v-**l.,.l;iiiil:niuiclsei»)Cnli
*t3srx>Ess:
To Diskashs, CoMewiHTS and Accident.
which H.u;vak»'s Vbllow On. is Riiiiran.
teed to cm. or relieve cither iu Man or
BbAST.
TAKEU INTERNALLY FOR
CROUP, 1 COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac.
APPLIED EXTEIUMUr FOI
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
C0XTRAC'1I0XS\
LUMBAGO,
DE.IFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES, '
ITCH,
P.UNINRACK,
I-AIXlnSIDE,iin,
Every bottle eunrantccil to give saturiac.
tion or money refunded,
DIREBTIONB WITH EACH DOTTLE. fRIOC Ufa.
T.KItaTOlT Ss 00., Proprietor!
TOHONTO, ONT.
WOTIOB.
NOTICE IS 11EHKBY GlVEl^
that, two months after date, I, tho
iniilursignud, intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for puniiission to purehaso 100 or more
acres of Crown land, situated on Koeye
Harhor, .Fit's-Hugh Bound, B. C. Com-*
mending ut post near the shore, marked
Aj thence Northerly, 50 chains, to pout
11; thence Easterly, -10 dtftins, to post
C; thence Southerly, fiO tlintns, to post
1.1; tlienuo WaBtdrly, 10 chains along tho
bIkiic, to point of cumincinceincnt.
No minerals arc known to exist on this
hind.
JOHN CLAYTON,
Victoria, U. C, Ifith May, 1832.   jyl*2m

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