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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IH i'UULISlIKU-	
Every Wednesday & Salurdny,
— BV —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Edi-
tosmi and Business Department tkrouoh T. n.
Peasson t Cos. Book & Stationery Store.
,TKBMH"»y Mel], Kit your! $160 foforno..,
$1 Tor3me,.; imynlile III Ailvnnce. 1)olieere<)
ly Onrrler or Agent, tl por quarter, r-nyiililo
qimrterly to Carrier ur Agent.
AGENTS
t. n, hiiien * co. viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Yaie.
I. P. FISHER AilvertlHleg Agent, 21 Merclmnt'a
Kxclinnge, Sen Kmnclece, l.nntliuriBcd to receive
Advertisement, fer till, paper.
TUIC   DJ.DCB   muy lie tun ml on file nt
11119   rAlCH   'lee. V.  Howell *Co.'<
Newspaper Advertising Hllruiin (HI Spruee St.),
where advertising contrnets may lie elude for tt in
"Jew i'oiik.
Iht fritialt (Mitmbian.
Wednesday Horning, slay •l:l. Vila,
The British Columbian.
got gixlt or to fUttt.
Bargain for Gash!
TWO Oil THBEE HOUSES ft LOTS
iu good repair.   Apply at D. S.
CUKTIS ft CO.'S Drugstore.      ap21
VOLUME 23
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1883.
NUMBER 41
cSrientific IHtaeJliing.
Regulating" the Tolls.
It.will lie tttmnmboreil tlmt there
is in tlio charter of the Cunndian
Pacific Railway Company n clanso
whicli enables tlie government to
control the tiu-jff of tinflic charges.
When the not profita yield 10 per
cent, on tlie money expended by the
coin|>miy in building tho rond, the
govenunent has power to revise the
tolls and reduce them to a scale
whieh would keep tho profits below
10 per cent, It was contended by
those who favored tlie syndicate bar-
■ gain thnt in this .clause there was
ample security against extortion.
The opponents of the bargain point*
ed out that thero was no security at
all, inasmuch us by watering stock,
and by other ways well known to
railway magnates, the construction
account might be increased tb u sum
so vast thnt the profits would never
reach 10 per cent. The beginning
of tho end is now appenring, The
company's stock is selling at 60 cts.
on the dollur, and the capital has
been increased from $15,0U0,000 to
$100,000,000. That is, tho amount
actually paid for stock is $60,000,-
OOOwhile dividends will be-drawn
on S100.OUU.000. In this way the
company will be able to manage
their affairs so that their tolls may
be oxhorbitant without ovor reaching that point where tho government
could make an adjustment. But
this is not the only resource of tho
company by wliich they may evade
government interference. A secoud
company has lately beeu formed,
called tho construction company.
The object of this company is to
build the railway for the syndicate,
aud tho purpose of it mny bo twofold, first, to take over the effects of
the syndicate and, second, to increase
the apparent cost of construction
still further. The syndicate will not
build any more road. Thoy hand
over the whole construction to the
construction company at a certain
figure. But the construction company do not build the road either.
They sub-lot it to controctors at
lowest rates, and pocket the difference. It may, therefore, happen
that tho construction company will
build the road and take a mortgage
on it to seouro themselves. When
eompletcd the road will belong, not
to tho syndicate, but to tho construction company. If tho government should at any time find it
necessary to force tho syndicate to
fulfil the conditions of their agreement, thoro would be nothing left in
their hands upon which to seize—
everything would belong to the con
Htiuction company. The Hamilton
Spectator, a thick-and thin Conservative newspaper, seems to have Income alarmed nt the possibilities of
this combination. It sees in tho
shuttling of cards thnt "the time for
anxiety has come," and says:
It is generally understood that thu
members of tho Syndicate have formed
thomsolvoa into a Construction L'omiiany-
tlint tho same men, noting as u syndicate,
contract with themselves ns a construction company to build tliu rond, or large
portions of it, at n price enormously
greater than the cost of tlio work, and
mt tlio Construction Company lets out
tliu work to Buh-coiitrautoni on tlm best
terms 'ivailnblo. It is earnestly to bu
hoped that tho Government will not permit anything ot tho sort to be done; or,
If there is no provision of law to prevent
It, that thu contracts with tho actual
huildura of tho line shall hu tnkuti ns n
basli for en leu luting "the capital actually
expended in the construction of tho railway." If thnt be not dono, there is grunt
danger thu company will be permitted
to charge tolls out of ull proportion to
tlio cost of tho work. Lst us supposo
that, over nnd nbovc the government
grant* the rond will cost $5,000,000.
flow, if Mchsi-s. Stephen, Angus, Hill k
Co,, noting ns n syndicate, contract with
Messrs, Hill, Angus, Stephen ft Co.,
acting as a construction company, to
build thu rond for .#0,000,000 It will bo
seen that tlicy Mill lio untitled to doable
the profits contemplated undei- thu law.
That very thing was dono in thu caso of
the Union Pacific of tho United States.
The uompany formed itself into a Credit
Mobilier; contracted with itself ns a
Credit Mobilier to build the rond: the.
work which roally cost about liftv millions was made tn uost a lumdrctt millions! and the members, nfter purchasing
members of Congress und others to secure the necessary legislation, divided
tho runt among themselves nn individual-'.
Huch things cuniiot lie permitted in Cau-
ailiv with safety.
Wo itre afraid the Spectator's fears
hnvo beeu aroused too Into. We aro
inclined to think the syndicate have
loo much power und influence to
permit of tho failure of their plans.
5 They took tbe charter to make
money, und money they nre bound
to make, no matter what the cl.'eel
on the country mny be.
Mons, Parize hns discovered tbnt
the crumbling of imperfectly baked
bricks is caused by tho growth in them
of microscopic organisms, nnd not by
exposure to the weather.
At a recent brilliant reception given
by Mons. Louis Rati in Paris, each of
the Indy guests about to take part in a
danco was presented with n bouquet,
in the middle of whioh shone a miniature electric lamp fed by butteries devised by Mons. Trouve.
Tho Preside111 of tho French Meteorological Bureau, Mons, Mangon, reports that 83 per cent, of the weather
forecasts mnde by the Bureau have
proven good. Of 207 tempest warnings sent to seaports, 100 hnve boen
fulfilled entirely, 05 partly, and 42 uot
at nll.
On the government cinchona ^notations in Jamnica the ti!£hc»t meteorological observatory in the British Empire hns just boon established. At
this spot—4,000 feet above sen-level—
the menu annual rainfall is 136 inches,
nnd tho moan annual temperature is
60 degrees Fnhrenheit.
Dr. ClouBton, an Edinburgh physician, snys: "All acute mental diseases,
like most nervous diseases, tend to
thinness of body, and therefore all
foods nud all medicines nud all treatments that fatten nre good. To my
assistants and nurses and patients 1
preach the gospel of fatness ns tho
great antidote to the exhausting tendencies of the disease we hnve to treat,
and it would be well if all peoplo of
nervous constitution would oboy this
gospel."
For sovoral years Mr, J. E. Suitter-
lm of New York hns given attention
to the treatment of statuuiorjug, and
with u simple und philosophic method
he hns beeu very successful in removing the trouble His system does not
rely upon medical aids, but comprises
chiefly n careful drill of the vocal or-
guns and such mental discipline ns may
seem desirable, the principal object of
tho latter being tho diversion of the
subject's attention from himself. Statistics collected by Mr. Suitterliu show
that the habit of stamering is very seldom contrncted at a later period in
lifo thnn the tenth yonr.
The singular faculty possessed by
somo animals—such ns cats, dogs and
pigeons—of returning in n direct
course to a point from wliich they havo
been taken, is n puzzle to naturalists.
It has been referred tu instinct,
to intelligence or reasoning power, nnd to poculiar bodily functions. Wallace supposed smell to enable nu animal to return over u courso
which it hnd traversed in u basket;
Toussencl believes thnt birds hnve nn
iden of direction by recognizing the
north ns the cold quarter, the south as
tho warm, the east (in France) ns the
dry, nnd tho west ns the moist: and
now Vignier suggests thnt tho fnculty
depends upon n perception of magnetic
currents.
Speaking at Milan of the great comet
of 1882, Prof. Schiuparelli, the eminent Italian astronomer, remarked that
such n body is vory small in the cold
of distant space—so small ns to be invisible even iu the most powerful telescopes. As it approaches the sun it
gradually becomes hunted, nud its solid
or fluid matter is largely converted into a gaseous stnte, causing it to swell
enormously in size. It then develops
a tail of very diffuse substance, the immense tail which stretched across tho
eastern sky during the mornings of
last autumn having been estimated by
one astronomer to contain only a few
pounds of material. The cometary
body reaches its greatest expansion
when nearest tho sun, nnd us, it returns into distant space it again contrnets into insignificance. No oxact
calculations hnve yet been made of the
orbit of tho grout comet of 1882, but
from observations in September, October nnd November it ia assumed that
its period is included between 800 and
000 years, thnt its aphelion is 175 times
as far from tho sun as the enrth at its
moan distance, nnd that its velocity is
23,000 times as great when nearest the
sun as whon farthest away.
DBS. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
, Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. IR. HOMER,
FRONT STREET.
GORDON E, MOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
OOK BINDER, PAPKR RULER,
und Blank Book Manufacturer.
B'
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
otc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. <J.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AN'n—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
' OP EVERY  DESCRIPTIONi
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSIC A L   BOXES
A fine Assaortmunt; from §25 to 800,
HAtiNALL Sl CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
UOVKRKMKXT STI1KBT,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
Piasofortk&OkoanTuser&Rki'airbr
J. E. CLEVELAND,
Builder and Contractor!
CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
New Westminster,  B. C.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
 (np7te)
The Kurt Boy.
"Well, you nro tho monncat boy I
ever bonrd of," said tho grocery man.
"But whnt nbout your pn's dnncing n
clog-dunce in the church Sunday. The
minister's hired girl was in here nfter
some codfish yesterday morning, and
she said the minister snid your pn Iind
scaubnlixod tlio church the worst way."
"Oh, ho didn't danco iu church.
He wns a littlo excited that's nil. You
seo, pa chows tobacco, and it is protty
hard on him to sit ull through the scr>
mon without taking n chow, nnd ho
gets nervous. Ho always ronehus
around in his pistol pocket when thoy
stand up to sing the last time, nud
fccls in his tobuoco-box nud gots out a
chew and puts it in his mouth when
the minister pronounces the bono-
diction, uud thon when thoy got out
doors ho is nlrcndy to spit, He always
does thnt, Well, my chum had a pre-
sunt on Christmas of n music-box, just
nbout as big as pa's tobacco-box, nud
nil you havo to do is to touch a spring
And it plays ' She's n daisy, site's n
dumplin.1 I borrowed it und put it iu
pu's pistol-pocket, whero ho keeps his
tobacco-box, nnd whon tho choir got
most through singing pa reached his
hand iu his pocket, whero hu keeps
his tobacco-box, nnd began to fumble
around for a chew. He touched tlie
Bpring, und just us everybody bowed
their heads to receive the benediction,
and it wns so still you could hear n
gum-drop, tho music-box began to play,
and in tlio stillness it sounded as loud
ns a church organ. Woll, 1 thought
mu would sink. Tho minister hoard
it and ho looked towurd pn, and everybody looked nt pa, too, nnd pn turned
red, uud the music-box kept up 'She's
u Daisy,' and tho minister looked mad
and snid ' iimen,' nnd the people begun
tu put on their cunts, nnd tliu minister
told thu deacon to hunt up thu scource
uf thnt worldly music, aud they took
pn into the room back of thu pulpit
aud searched him, aud mu snys pn will
have to bu churched. Thuy kopt the
music-box, and I have got to enrry
coal to get money onough to buy my
chum a new music-box. Well I nlm.ll
hnvo to go nnd get the vnHclino, or pn's
leg will suffer, uood tiny,"—Peeks Sun.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STRKET, ■ VICTORIA.
J^G-smHTTS   FOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
3(1 Finshiiry Circus,
London. K. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opi>. Colenlel Hotel)
N MV   WHS Til I US TRI!.
-aTSovoral gooil Farms for Snlo nnd to
Lease. nolo
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Bent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for the THA VEUKKS' 1,11'K
and .-I'ClOKNT mUlUNCE CO.,
Ilnrtrord, conn,
OFFICE: — Columbia Streot.,   New
Westminster. deO
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
"Vv". BLSOIrT
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster,
Broadcloths and flue tweeds always on
linnd,   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Suit.
 np2S-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FHOM
HEATH0RFS
Boot k Slioe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
B. THOMAS,
Shop undor the now Oddfellow Hnll, Col
iinibiast., New Westminster.
-j it mtK-
-AN INVOICE OP-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Root Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Plows, &c.,&c.
BURNS& COT,
VICTORIA,  B. C,
aoents iron
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that ho is uow
prepared to supply nll kinds of Furniture, kc, at tlio lowest possihlc prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dono
promptly and in first-class stylo,
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tho undersigned
has the only HEARSE in tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel,
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Malinger field's Branch Furniture
Store. nuStc
Every Man to Ills Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'P. OOLOt-UL 1IOTBI,),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  II. C.
Physicians' Pri'serln-lons nnd Cam-
Ily Recipes a Sncclnltj.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty venre' cxnericnoo.    inr2;*
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., n.w Westminstu, ft. C.
K.IW   IIMN...    HKV   IITIIM..    IMI,.
HMITII,  l'11-rl.KIIV  (.11(11 Nil.
xcwon* >iitiii'i:vt:i>,
SEWING MACHINES
Clonned mid Repnirod.   .Machine
Needles for Sale.
I iiii-ri'lla-. Hi'iiiletl, ami ("rnei-nt Repair*
fun im'ii 1 ly done.
Ammunition of nil kinds. A full assortment of Reloading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Itin.Es, Shot
Guns, Revolvers, and Fishing Tackle
for sale. d24y
■*J*>»'lc'*^**f
■>.• _•>■■'. ,.r„   >c y
SAWS -
-    and'tii,.   A
"l MAC**-?
-jk.x.*mo —
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery. Belting, Packing, Hose, Ac, tee,, ftc
MRS. H. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPKNE0  A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a. fnll stock of
Drj- floods, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Which will be sold nt Now Westminster
Prices.
fl**T Next Door to (Jnlecloniii Hotel.
 (npl8to)   	
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Kills,   <irlst Mills,
Shingle Mills,   Champion Engine*, Saw Mill Machinery,
*c, ins.
A, Harris, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantronl Mowers and  Hcnpcra,
Osborne Mowers, Brantford and
Osborne Cord Binders.
J.O.Wisner, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,
Centennial  Sulky   .,    .....
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantford drain
Brill, £c, ie.
ttdf Machines nlwnya on hand. Repairs
kept. • del3
I
ONTARIO.
Bake,   Spring
KSTABMKIIKD 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of nll descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fntu-
Hies, Kcstaiirants, and Steamboats at tlio
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. CEO. TURNER.
WOODS t TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants £ Conveyancers,
nil.mm i stiii:i:t,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   II. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
ed nnd unimproved Lands nt
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDCIE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
HURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
POUT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH  ARM,
SALT SPIUNH ISLAND.
TOWN 10TS AI PORT MOODY FOR SALE.
11)11.   Willi HIM.    I IKIMIIt    IMI
l'IMMH-11.V  1ITIMI|:II Tl).
no-iKT tii ma Ji ii-i liiioii s.:< i kit. .
' AOKNTS  VOK TIIK
I'lienli Fire lit.iiritnee I'n. nr llrnokltii,
Hie llqilllnlilr Lire ..s.iminre Mnrlrty
or the liiileil Slnies nud
lillllllUnK, llrllenii ,t I'o',. Tllrllleil Htiine
Hevrrr nntl I'lillllliey l-lnm, linnlen
ln.ee, tie.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now Westminster, R. C,
April i, 1883. npl
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OP
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OP
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
ROYAL  CITY
IiIMITBD
HAVE ON HAND AND ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
— AM. UKSCRIPTIONS OK—
Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
i
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS I.V
E
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C„ &C.
House Furnishing Goids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A fnll aflsortment constantly on linnd, nt
the LOWEST MARKET RATES,
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All kind* of Wiitf-r->|il|M- Work, nl mi.
Muml-li' rnl<>H, liy it inm|n<(i-iil Workman! Nnll»fltrtlon gunmntctii,
SW Jobliiiig promptly attended to.
mti uitook'* utoni; m ni>i\<..
Sew Wi'-.tiiilni'liT.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
THE (UNIT DMBTUliT
IS UNDER THE CHAROE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to announce to the Public tliat lie
nns purchased the above Hotel, whore
everything will be found first-elans, and
at reasonable rates.
Tho Parlors and Sleeping Apart.
ments are under  tho superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Boom, commodious, comfortably furnished, ami
well supplied with books and papera, is
provided for tlm use of guests.
Stage Coaches for Sale I
APPLY TO
W. R. LEWIS,
New Westminster, B. O.
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build-
ings, with the Stock, Daily Utensils ind
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D.,FEBKIS,
v    ur ._ Land Agent, a;c,
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
■JTXX-EI   BAB
Is supplied with tho choicest brands of
Wixbs, Liquors, Cioars, ke.
sm.
AUSTIN,
PROPBIETOR.
GO TO THE
SAN
5
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DEY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
(§T Storage   nnd    Forwarding
dono nt rensonnble rates.
iyia-Om
REID & HUDSON.
ROBERT WARD
dbGO.
VICTORIA,  B. C,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPFINO
—AND—
INSURANCE   AGENTS.
EXECUTE  INDENTS  l'*01! PRIN-
eipal Exports nnd Imports.
OFFER CHARTERS to Vessels Seeking.
LIBERAL   ADVANCES   made   on
Consignments.
Agents for tho Celebrated Brands of
FKA8EI* ItlVEl! CAXSKD S.UM0X,
viz.,
EWEN k CO., "LION."
B. HAIGII ,t SONS, "STAR k TRI.
"ANGLE."
SOLE AGENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
CURT1SS k .HARVEY'S Sporting and
Blasting POWDER.
JOSEPH  KIBKMAN 4 SON'S   Prlzo
Modal PIANOS.
JULES ROBIN k CO.'S BRANDY.
IMl'ORTV,RS OV
GIANT i'OWDER, CAPS * FUSE,
WINKS,   LIQUORS,   HAVANA CIGARS, *c.
GENERAL AGENTS IH BRITISH COLUMBIA FOI
ROYAL  INSURANCE  OOMPANY  (FIR! A
8TANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE OOMPANY.
UNION MARINE IN8URAN0E OOMPANY.
Risks nccoptcd nnd Losses promptly
pnid.
Represented in London by Messrs. H.
. GARDNER k CO., 00 Queen Victoria
Street, E. C.
4 Commercial Row, Wharf St.,
Viotoria, B.C., Uth March, 1883.
(mh2l)
FRANCISCO
IT & SHOE STORE*
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
description mado to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
The highest CASH prico paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Ol'l-osiTR tiie Bank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COiVIP'V.
1 Ou. Broad St. aiul 16 Pall Mall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Hiiil-liii-'t), Goods, Wares, Mcrcli&ii-
disc, Manufacturing and Fanning Stouk,
Ships in Port, HaTDOr or Dock, nml the
Cargoes of such Vessuls; also, Shins huihl-
inji anil repairm--, Hargc*i nnd otner Vos-
■■■■Is on nnvignhlc rivers nnd ■■minis, ami
Goods un hoard Btioli Vessels, throughout
lirent Britain nml Ireluud nml in Foreign
Countriei,
MOM LOSS OK DAMAfiK BY KIRK.
Subscribed nml Invested Capital,
£1,000.000 STG.
Kates of lYemium and every information can lie obtuincd on application to
IV. J. .IKMSTRONU,
Agent for New* Westminstor.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to lie had nt T. R.
Peaiisox & GVh, Now Westminster.
apll JOHN IRVING) Manager.
AYaSHIRE_ BULLS!
11HE UNDKRSIONEl* HAS FOR
. sale on ronsonnldc terms a fow half,
bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired liy tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
OTrFFBRIIV,
Tho dams being choice dairy cows.
A. S, VEDDER,
jell Sumas.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Kcwly Built and Newly Furnished,
Lnrge nnd Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of tliat
magnificent Bhcot of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   tlio  Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SlITi*   DP   BOONS   FOB   FANniES.
SW Visitors and Touriatg will find it ■
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tlio scale of cbarges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION.
Peopkietob.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Custom.
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros,
Tbo situation is excellent for any bus*,
ness purposo. Tho building is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargairi, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap2Ite W. J. FRENCH.
FOR SALE:
SUBDIVISIONS OF LOTS 1 AND a,
suburban block 6, Now Westminster, fronting on Clinton street; a first-
class investment.   Apply to
WOODS t TDENEE.
May 3d, 1883. [myB-lm.
FOR JSALE.
Thoroughbred Bull
THE THOROUGH-BRED BULL
"Gks. Wauoh," bred by Turgis
k Co., and having a registered Pedigree,
is offered for sale, or would be exchanged
for another bull. He is a fine animal,
without blemish, and five years of age.
Apply to INNES BROS.,
aplSto Langley, B. C,
COLUMBIA STKEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletoly ro-fumished and othorwiso
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I havo the pleasure to announce that it is now
PEMf
For tho reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, It
will be' found in every respect tlio best,
as it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under tho very liest management both ns regards ODIBUfB and
attendance, and parties desiring them
cau have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the uholeest WlXBS and
1,1-,-r 1-u.s, and the best brands of Ciuahs
.vill always be hept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and provided with Stiiahlk's PatkxtCUBHION
TABLES, the best in ubc.
SW Good
charges.
attendance  and   moderate
J. E. INSLEY,
PllOI'IUBTOKe: MANAGER,
December I, 188''.
THE   STEAMER
A, 0. BI\41HIV. M.ISTKI,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Kvcry WeilneNilny, al J a. m..
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
I'ORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for all points on the Sound.
:or ull pi
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
•very Monday, at .
ou Tuesday afternoon.
ig, will
Monday, at 7 a. m., arriving here
y afternoon.
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply
to
apl'to
A. R, HOMER, Agont,
Now Wost.
DAIRY FARM FOB SALE,
COMPRISING 460 ACRES.
150 aores high timber land; soil
good. .SOO acros prairie. 60 aores under
fence. Houso aud all necessary out.
buildings for carrying on a first-class
dairy farm. Orchard of 800 bearing
trees. Tonus easy. A first-class investment.   Applyto
WOODS 4 TURNER.
New West., May 11th,        fmyl2-lm
'""TORSALt
LOT 2,   BLOCK IX.
"    1.    "       xxn.
"    10,     "        XXVUI.,
City of Now Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT  4,   BLOCK  I.
"  8&9,    "        m.
"     4,      "       V.
"      3,       " X.
"   18, 19, * 20, BLOCK Xin.,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
Now Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
uu30to Victoria.
Dairy Farm forSalel
MB. 0. CHADSEV, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable terms his splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 530 acres of
prairie land, of which 150 acres are un
dcr fence. There is a good dwelling
house on the place, also ba. ;i, daily,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short overy improvement necessary for a
comfortable homo and for carrying on a
large und profitable business in dairy produce. Dairy stock and fanning implements will be sold with tho farm if de-
sired. For terms apply to the owner on
tho place, personally or by letter.
Sumas, April 6,1883. aplltc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Firi-proo* Build ino,
Yatw Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances made ou Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, .Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the abovo. Ollice of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work dono. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
GlNee «f Harbor Muter and Port War-
STEW   GOODS!
—AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
TUST A11KIVED, A GOOD SELKO-
(J tion of DRY GOODS, comprising:—
La»>. million., Freaeli Fl.wen, Onela,
IMIe.' aurl Ileal.' Hum, Cellar., Tle»,
aad RaiuiluNMers, PrUls art Dm
liood., t'rrlraau, rlaaneli, IMntags,
Mmtltw, Table Un, Br»w> ■•■UM>,
ralima, Itswll, ■Intnl., *e., <le.v.
ef, Trrrhrne Map, loner anil AImm)
(lljeerlne. I'alirrt'. tarWIle, km
Wlndenr, iVrfltnerr. etc*
..IM-Hanlvrarr, TmIi, ■Mrnillvs.
Hn.lt fasteners. Screws, Walls, iu.
Aki-.ii for larrer Twrlrclm-s Wank.
Ina, wrlMlai, ,.* ■uafllat Mackm
let prise London, Purls and Vienna Exhibitions, will wash for family of 8 In I
limn*; no Ironing). tnhsl
NOTICE.
AN IMPEESSION HAVINO OONB
abroad that I have disposed ol my
property at Port Haney, I hereby state
that suoh is not tho case.
THOMAS HAHSy,
-uiMKo Pcrt&wy.B.C. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Professional. .Drs. McIimos& Mathers
u-Hoe  J. Ellard «I/O
5£  .... J. W. Harvey
SSi'si... T.J. Trapp
For Viotoria W ••-,?•%
Tinsmith Wanted Soonllar ci Co
Confederation... .T. K. Pearson & Co
Appointments... provincial Sso»tay
Proclamation ...John Robson
-ght §riti-jh totamKan.
Wedn.iday Moralnt. Way «*•
Dissatisfied organs.
The organs of the late provincial
government ought to know that their
foolish attempt to make capital out
of the dry-dock, island railway and
railway lands settlement carries no
weight with the people of this province. Every person knows that these
matters must he arranged if  tho
province is expected to bo in a position to tako advantage of the present
large   immigration.    The   federal
authorities would not take over the
dry-dock  or  guarantee the island
railway unless the settlement of tht
land  question was included.   We
could not hope to succeed as a province while the railway lands remained shut up, and to carry on the dry-
dock meant financial embarrassment
of a very serious kind.   This embarrassment we have all experienced
already.   The country has been suf
fering very severely, for publio im
provements, while the dock continued to swallow up our revenue. And
the effects of the settlement are seen
at once.   In the ostimates of this
year we notice a very large increase
in the appropriation for roads and
bridges—an increase of over $100,-
000.   That amount could not possibly have been available if the dry-
dock had been retained as a provincial work, and yet it is far too
small to meet the pressing want? of
the country.    So far as we       e
been able to discover public opinion
on the mainland is almost unanimously iii favor of the settlement.
Tho  organs   may  set  themselves
against public opinion—they may
endeavor "to make water run up
hill"—but the attempt will bo as
fruitless as it is foolish.   We venture to assert that no settlement,
however favorable to the province,
would have been acceptable to these
organs if it had been procured hy
the present government,
The "6rob" Report.
report which we publish in another
column may be accepted implicitly
as a report of facts.    It is tho result
of personal observation and enquiry
by a   gentleman  thoroughly competent and absolutely disinterested.
In giving the number of buildings
in and about Port Moody he assures
us he has not omitted anything.   It
will be seen that from tho end of
the north road to the station', and
over a mile beyond, there aro at
present just 29 buildings, including
tbe railway buildings, shanties, and
places in course of construction.   Of
theso, 4 are hotels, 2 of which are
yet unoccupied.   There are 3 stores
iu operation, a shoe shop, a shingle
factory, a bakery, and a boarding
house.   These buildings cover u distance of   between   two and three
miles along tho inlet.   This is Port
Moody as it actually exists.   Tho
situation has many advantages in
scenery and surroundings.   There is
excellent water, and timber is both
plentiful and good.   At tho present
timo thero is not much work going
on.   The railway men have nearly
all gone up the road towards Pitt
River, and building operations uro
not brisk.   The only new building
we know of at present in contemplation is a $1500 hotel which is to be
eroded immediately. That will make
5 hotels for a place of less than 100
population.   But we presumo theso
hotels have in view future developments.   When  the track has been
laid aoross Pitt River, we presume
railway operations will be carried on
chiefly from Vovt IMoody. There tlie
rails and otl'ur material will be laid
down from the slii^s and transported
by veil to their destination. Aquan-
ti.y o£ bridge timber wu3 landed last
weel:, and wo understand that track-
laying will bo commenced within a
few days.   Tliis will   bring some
move business to Port Moody, and
givo it more the appearance of a
railway terminus. We publish these
facts for public information.   We
have no interest wliatover at Port
Moody or elsewhere which would
have a tendency to prejudice us in
its favor ov against it.   Port Moody
has been greatly r '"represented by
persons who hoped to gain advantugo
by these misrepresentations,   lt has
been lauded nd nauseam, and mercilessly criticised.   Between two extremes the golden mean muy generally bo found.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
f-Jtcudy   employment and gooil wages
guaranteed.
iny23-tc.] E. B. SCOULLAR & CO.
DRS. MGINNES& MATHERS.
Oflloo, Coiumbin si., opp. tbo Postoffice
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
NOTICE.
MR. JAMES W. HARVEY, MAN-
iiecr for James Ellard &Co., leaves
for England on June lst. It is absolutely essential that all accounts due James
Ellard k Co, be paid not later than June
30th. JAMES ELLARD k CO.
Now Westminster. B.C., Mny 22,188.-1.
mv23-td.
1TOTICB.
Provincial Seorbtahy's Offiok,
16th May, 1SS3,
HIS HONOUK the Lieutenant-Governor has beon pleased to make the
following appointments:—
Andrkw Ciuklbs Ellioti*, Esquire,
to bo n Stipendiary Magistrate for the
Province of British Coluinbin.
Robert Wilson, of McDamo Creek,
and Joseph Ci.kai.iih'k, of Laketon, Esquires, to be Justices of the Peace fur
the Electoral District of Cassiar.
Charles Auuustus Semlin, Esquire,
of Cache Creek, to be a Notary Public in
tho Province ot British Colin-ilia.
my23-hn     ^
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
-AT-
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sence from the provinco, Mr. Chas.
E. Woods will hold my power of attorney, and will act ns Manager of the business of James Ellard k Co.    Mr. Woods
ne»» ui i/uii»» law-un «. v/<*.     »«..   ■ ■-*--
is authorized to receive moneys and si;
chctiucs and receipts in the name of t
said linn.        JAMES W. HARVEY.
nipi
tin
New Westminstor, B.C., May 22,1883.
iny23-tc.
AUCTI0N_ SALE.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE.
HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUC-
tlous, I will soil at public auetion,
at the residence of the lato Dr. Sivo-
wright, at 10 a. in. on WEDNESDAY,
tho 30th inst., all his household and
other cfiects. Foil Particulars on
Saturday. By order of Mrs. Sivewright,
administratrix. T. J, TRAPP,
iny'.13-lt] Auctioneer
For Victoria.
THE STEAMElt
ENTERPRISE
Will It'iive New WeBliii luster for Victoria
nl THREE O'CLOCK A. M, on
T:E3:TT:Rs:D.A."sr
(To-mon-ow.)
JNO. IRVING,
my23-ll] Mann-tor C, P. X. Co.
Our contemporary, tbe Victoria ]
Stimdard, does not appear to take
kindly to tbe report of tbe house
committee   on   tbe so-called Port
Simpson land grab.   Tbe committee
found, as we stated last week, that
there was no evidence of crookedness on tbe part of tbe government.
The only fault that could be found
was tbat public notice had not been
given when tbe lands were thrown
open.   This   omission,   Hon.   Mr.
Smithe stated in his evidence, wns
simply a neglect on the part of his
deputy, Mr. Gore.   In bis evidence,
Mr. Gore says: "The true reason
the order-in-council was not gazetted
was tbat in the hurry of business it
was overlooked."   We accepted the
committee's report  ns satisfactory,
in the absence of  any other evidence whatever.   The Standard of
Friday publishes the evidence taken
before the committee, and professes
to see in it proof of   corruption,
for it puts at tbe bead, "A flagrant
piece of jobbery on the part of the
government."   Now, we have read
this evidence carefully, and we candidly do not find anything in it to
justify such a   statement.    Thero
may have been jobbery, but if there
was the cliief commissioner and bis
deputy must have wilfully misrepresented the facts, for their evidence
does not show it.   We prefer to believe that the statements of theso
gentlemen were honest, and that tho
conclusion of   the  committeo wiih
just.   There has certainly been no
evidence whatever of crookednesH,
although there were enough singulur
circumstances to justify an enquiry.
Our conclusion that tha investigation exonerated the government is
the only possible   conclusion tlint
could be reached on the evidence.
On tbe one band  wc have the plain
statements of two credible witnesses
and tbe report of tho committee: on
the other hand wo havo the assertion of tht Standard, unsupported
by any evidence at all.   Surely our
contemporary knows  that  he has
not made a case.
[L.S.]
CLEMENT P. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Graco of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen*, Defender
of the Faith, kc, kc, ke.
To Our faithful thu Mcmhoi-s ducted to
serve in tho Legislative Assembly of
Our said Province, and to nil
whom  it  may  concern,—
GttKETlS(i
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davie, AttornoyGoncrnl.
WHEREAS WE HAVETROUGHT
iit, by and with the advioo of Our
Executive Council of Our said Province
of British Coiumbin, to prorogue thu Legislative Assembly of Our said-. Provinco
until the Twelfth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three.
Now know yo thnt Wo do, for tliat
end, publish this Om* ltoyal Proclamation, and do hereby prorogue the Legislative Assembly accordingly, until the
TWELFTH DAY OF JULY, one thousand eight hundred and oighty-three;
hereby convoking, and by these presents
enjoining you, and ench of you, that on
Thursday, the Twelfth.day of July next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the said Provinco, at Our
City of Victoria, and therein do as may
seem necessary.   Herein fail uot.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   We  have
caused these Our Letters to be mtnlc
Patent, aud the Great Seal of British
Columbia to bo horeuntoaflixcd:    Witness,   the   Honourable CLEMENT V,
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor of
Our snid Provinco of British Coiumbin,
in Onr City of Victoria, in Our aaid Provinco, this Twelfth dny of May, in tho
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-three, and in the
forty-sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
iny23-td] Provincial Secretary.
boardv'mnFed.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG  MAN
wants board und lodging in a private
family.   AddrcBsS., Cohtmwan oilicu.
myl'Min.
a a major
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
The Stock
Is as well assorted  ns my on tbe
Mainland, comprising:
Hats & Bonnets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Ribbons.
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible. Fringed
and lace ribbons, plaid & all shades
Piece Goods.
OTTOMANS,    SURAHS,
satins, silks, sarsnets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade and plain.
Black and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich fcatners
- and lips, a hard-
some assortment.
Flowers, Prill ings
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, cloves, hosiery, corsets, dress
trimmings, etc., etc.. etc., etc.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK.
inyI6-tc.
NE-^-
CoodS
WM. RAE
HAS  i'OK   SALE  80 OB  110  IONS
FIRST-CLASS
TIMOTHY  HAY
(Woll Cured and Clean)
$28 A. TCaST,
AT     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
—ALSO-
SPLIT & SAWN SHINGLES.
(up7to)
Front street,
New   Westminster, B. C,
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
ire You Insured?
If not, insure in the
The Island of New Guinea.
Probably very few of our readers
nre awaro of the fact that the Australian colony of Queensland has formally
annexed   tbe vast   island of   New
Guinea.   Seeing thnt the act was accomplished some weeks ago, and formally made known to tho British Government on tbe 16th of last month, it
is strange that we should havo hitherto
heard so littlo about it.   The annexation of an island whieh is the third
largest in the world, is reported to
abound in natural wealth, nnd which
has besides been long coveted by several nations, is surely an event that
ought not to be ignored.   It is true
that the British govornment has uot
yet assumed the responsibility of confirming the bold aot of tho Colonial
authorities, yet it has not refused to
sanction the step—a fact which holds
a very favorable significance for the
aspirations of the enterprising Qucens-
hinders.   Papua, or New Guinea, lies
within a few hours1 steam of the northern shores of Australia,   It is 1300
miles long and 300 broad.   Its aborigines, the Papuans, had, and probably still havo a taste for cannibalism,
but are otherwise a not unamiable or
unintelligent race.   Tho island is said
to be rich in gold, copper and other
metals; in ebony, sandal-wood, mahogany and other valuable timbers;
in tortoise shell, pearl shell and pearls;
in ambergris, beche-de-mer, spices and
medicinal   barks.   Of  its geography
very little is known, since Europeans
have penetrated a very small distance
inland, yet in right of this trifling
amount of exploration, nearly every
nation in Europe can prefer as good a
claim to its annexation ns Great Britain. It ia probable that should trouble
with the natives bo tho only obstacle
iu tho way of the Queenslanders, the
mother country will lot tho colony finish what it haa begun, nt its own risk
nnd expense.   But since Queensland
has no army or navy, Great Britain
would of course haye to assume tho
responsibility, or altogether relinquish
tlio schome should a foreign power
stop in.   Aa matters stand at prosont,
it looks ns if Queensland will roup
without difficulty or opposition from
any quarter, whatever benefit thoro
maybe in nor new doparture.—8. E,
Newsletter,
 mm\     .,
Dr. II. Cook, F. B. G. S,, considers
the dust-storms of northwestern India
to be due to an excess of atmospheric
electricity. He believes the furnace-
like blast of the simoon— which is accompanied by a sulphurous odor—to
bo a very concentrated form of ozone,
generated in the atmosphere by some
intensely-marked electrical condition.
LIFE
WANTED:
A CHEESE-MAKER.
Apply to
my 19* lni
A. C. WELLS,
Chilliwhack.
A RARE CHANCE
—For Dairymen to—
IMPROVE THEIR STOCK.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,"
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS  AND  C A P S,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc.
ion
RATES,
LARGE BONUSES,
SAEE INVESTMENT.
[Prom the Globe, May 1st, 1833.1
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
Directors of the Confederation Life
Iusurnnce Company is a more than usually interesting document of the kind.
It shows 1,51!) new policies for 1882, assuring 82,510,387. Tlie total number of
policies is now 6,357- assuring§9,909,240.
Notwithstanding the large sum paid out
in cash profits to policy-holders, tho financial statement shows a handsome increase in tho cash assets. There were
during the year 34 deaths, involving the
sum of §51,056. The results of thequln-
qucnuial allotment of profits have given
unalloyed satisfaction to the policy-holders, and the valuation of the Company's
liabilities has been done independently
by Mr. Carpmael, their regular actuary}
by Mr. Cherriman, Dominion Inspector
of Insurance- nnd by Mr. Homnns, a
New York actuary. The net valuations
by these three authorities arc §73U,*.!30,
$727,297, and $700,252 respectively—an
exhibit well calculated to show the
foundationlcas nature of tho attacks
made upon tho Company.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Now Westminster, B. C,
Sole Agents for British Columaia.
my28«to.
The undoraigned offers for  sale  his
large nnd well-bred Bull
'- UNCLE   SAM,;'
Imported from the best dairy stock iu
California. M. NICHOLSON,
myl9-2m.] Riverside.
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas.
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
New Fish Market!
JAMES TAFFANDALE
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW PISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
East of the Holbrook House, where will
bo found n full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of tho best quality.
Purchases delivered iu any part of the
city.   A cnll is solicited. inh28tc
NEW
SPRING
GOODS
CLOCKS
-AT-
ULLiDn
eSC Oorapa-ay'js.
C.  M, McNAUGHTENfjJ,   LLLHIIU
HAS JUST RKCKIVKDTHE LAKG-"1
est assortment of Clocks ovor hold
on tho Mninlunil of British Columhiu.
NiCkol Clocks,' at $2.25 (warranted).
Botti Thomas'  Mrkel Alarm, at
83.25. \
All kinds of  Mantel  ana  Ollice
Clocks.
Wultlianl WntChCS, coin silver cases,
from Slii upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Silver
JciVClry, of, tlio latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware  and Optical
Goods,
Sixteen Cases of
NewSpringfioods
Columbia Strkkt,
New Westminster, B.C.
JL
New Goods
New Goods
W. E, HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hynck Hull.
Every description of work in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican;)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horse-Clothing etc. /ETThc best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate.
A trial solicited. r,nylil-tc.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MARKET
TALE, I'ORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
DBT   O-OOIDS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi<5-tc.
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY
The best quality of
BEEF.PORK&MUTTON
Will be kept constantly on haml.
'    All bills presented on the  1-st of each
mouth, ami must he paid by 15th.
mylO-tc] HAVENS &CO.
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
To Nanaimo.
The fine new Hteamcr
Port Moody.
Tlio statements concerning tlie
condition and progress of Port Moody
have been as various and conflicting
as tho interests of those who Imve
made them, As the terminus
(whether permanent or temjioiwy)
of onr great transcontinental mil
way, Port Moody m«Bt occupy a
position of considerable prominence
in the public mind. It is not surprising that speculators should regard it with interest, and that pro*:
ADVICE TO MOTHER-*.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth ? If
ho, Hnd at once and get a bottle of Mils.
WlNSLOW'fl BOOTHINO SYHUl- FOR ClIILI).
itKN Teething. Its value is incalculable,
It will relievo the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
thero is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates tho
stomach and bowels, cures wind colic,
softens the gums, reduces inflammation,
nud gives tone and energy to the whole
system. Mrs. Winslow'h SoorniNa
Syrup fob Chii.uukn Teething is pleasant to tho taste, and iB the prescription
of ono of tho oldest and best female physicians and nurses in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 29 cents a bottle.
(np4cotly)
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
White and Brown TurkishjHuckabuck
Honcy-Coml) and Linen.
OPPOSITE P10XKEI! WHARF,
?.ONT STREET,
fEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMl'OKTKK ANI) DRALRR IS
Dry (foods, Clollilng,
lints and Milliner-/,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Hoots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
. Cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock lni'gc ami woll solecteil. All
Goods fn'H'-claBS, and will lie sold ut
very low prices for eaeh,
nihH M, ECKSTEIN.
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
'• Consisting of
Black and Colored
Merinos and Cashmeres, Dress Serges
in new shades. All
wool Beige, satin,
marveilleux check
and angola chevoits.
Black Paramatta &
Persian Cords.
THE NEW
OTTOMAN
TRIMMING SILK.
1862.
1883.
■fcT E "SKT
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
• t.a.:m::es
IV
Next door lo Colonial Hotel.
llrass Cocks, Valves, Steam Ganges, Pipe
nnd  Pipe  Fittings in Endless
Variety.    All kinds of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBTNO
[ Done iu neatest style and must tliorougli
manner.
For Croup,  Asthma, Bronchitis and
deep-seated Lung troubles, uso Alien s
"_.    i.   ,j l    i    Is    i    j  ' mi. I L«ng Balsam.   Sao  adv,  in another
er'j* ibould be changing hands-. Tho column,
Will lenvc Hustings' Mill fnr Nnnaimo
-ON-
WEDNESDAY,
Aftornoon, returning about midnight
THTJESDAY.
TICKETS i
For Gentlemen 92 fiO
For Ladles  1 00
dOD. SAVE THE QUEEN,
myld-td.
Home Furnisliini
Of ovory description on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work u specialty.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and
Glassware.   A large and well
selected stock ol
DRESS GOODS.
In the newest materials.-
Prints. Sheetings,
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
line of
taisliing Roods,
Clothing
OF   FIRST-CLASS   QUALITY
and fashionable style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock Is new and will be sold at
CHEAP rates. myi6-tc.
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices.
Everything in
E.S.SCOULLAR&CO
Wholesale dealers k Manufacturers,
Colnmbia  Stroot,   Now Westminster.
mylfl-to,
NOTICE.
AIX   PKRSONS   ARE   HEREBY
cautioned -.gainst cutting or removing timber of any kind from off lands
held by the Hastings Sawmill Company
ob partioa doing bo without pcrmlss
will ho prosecuted.
db CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
11
WE HAVE
most oxtc
irtiea doing bo without permission
ALEXANDER.
dole
EICHD. H
Burrard inlot, 11, C,
12th Dee., 1882,
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.Q. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
NOW THE
extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries nnd Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Slock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Pla«ter,Cement, Lime,
&c, kc.
. Orders for the above solicited.   Prices cut low.   Terms
Cash.
April Oth, 1888. np7
—A fine line of	
Brocaded sateens,
laces and vanda striped brocades, prints,
etc. New styles in
ladies and children's
parasols. A large lot
of new neckwear, silk
ties, scarfs and collarettes, ribbons and
laces.
A splendid assortment of
new shades and styles in la-
dies' and children's silk Lisle,
and Taftata Gloves. A full
line of quilts, towels, table
cloths and covers, ticks, lace
curtains, Nottingham lace-
flannels, printed and plain
sheetings in all widths, Denims, Canton flannels, check
ginghams. A splendid assortment of ladies' and children's and gents'
NEW HOSIERY.
Also a large stock of gents'
Spring Clothing,
Shirt*, collars, cuffs & ties.
A large lot of Brussels, Tap.
estry, Kiddiminster & Hemp
CARPETS,
HEARTH RUGS
■3rar*t2.
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER. liu British CoUtmbmiL
Wcdiicmluy Honilug, lltiy iit, lew.
vA**t:\uv:n*,
Porstr. Knleijirlso, from Victoria, May
111-Tie,  Brass,   MiuiHon, TIee, wilder,
Trnyi.or.DrlweolI, Mai.lii, Duly, Hlekey,
HiiitIh, Ileanq, wilco::, (itrliur, Gordon,
1 ".age, Mcttlrr and wf, Murks
■I, YiKlm), Domhu'i's.JohiiHoi:
 ,  MB,  WiiL'u.-i.  vriruur, uuruun,
Hnywuitl. Hoike, MeCflrrnml wt, Murks,
Bentloy, Hitssi, vadon, Doml-urg.Joi-iiiHon
Hiidwr, Mrs Tmpi>, Kvuiiet, Omii-o wf mul
dauglifbi
l'er sir. Bollnnoe from Yule, May 21.—
Mi»s Bonivor, Mrs Odin, MiHsOdlu.Itov
Thompson, Rov Wood. Fniitnce.Diiiilcvy,
Stovensoii, Elliott, Cttfblok.Nolson, Ryder
McCliiie, Hawkins, Taylor, Butt pi*, I'ruw-
ford, Levlston, Meskn, Olitulor, and others.
Por str. Irvliiff, from Yale, Mny 21.-
Mrs Marhhiiil, Caul Frodwoll, Half und wt.
Mi-Baolslor.Coulfor.Fathoi'Hairis.Sitiitii,
Beacon, Povniui, Qulnn, and ii otliers.
Por sir. Princess Louiso, from Victoria,
Muy 32.—Kliyo, Armstrong, Irving, Blackwood*, Blam-hlioiir, Wlgley, (Jliuiiipiniin,
English. Wintcmnfo, Nelson,Fiyson, Sullivan, Phillips, Waning, Kirhiatitt. Miss
Kelly, MeLtmn, McClnweii, Konlli-vl-y,
, Gontes. .
died.
KENNEDY.-AtLos Gutos, Cul., on tlio
20th liiNt,,.IoseplilnoE., wlfeof JiimcN
Kennedy, of tills city, used 20years.
The Dominion ptirliamont is to be
prorogued next Friday.
The atr. Louise leaves for Victoria
nt 0 o'clock this morning.
An African chief has invaded Uritndi
territory ami captured Barayuh.
Tho str. Irving brought down 150
head of cattle on Monday night.
"TnY^tr.. Louiso yeBtordfly brought
up the heaviest mail of tho season.
Tho weather continues showery, but
pleasant and very favorable for crops.
Voltaire's house ia now used by tho
Geneva Bible Socioty ns a repository
I for Bibles,
The government agent at this city
reportB a brisk demand for marriage
licenses this year.
Those box drains un Agues street
, should bo covered, or thoy will be of
voir little benefit.
A detnchnieut of British troops has
beeu sent to Port Said in consequence
of the riots there.
It ib estimated that thoro are 300,-
000 French Canadians at present in
tho United States.
Mr. Lundbom has nearly completed
the foundation of his two new stores
on Columbia streot.
The subscription list of tho Columbian continues to grow. Everybody
is pleased with the enlnrged paper.
Queen Victoria, if the royal family
of England should lose tlieir titles by
a republican overflow, would bo plain
Mrs. Wettin.
The loss by worn silver coin withdrawn from circulation in Great Britain during tlio past year amounted to
not less than £35,000.
The Rev. E. Robson will preach in
the Public School House at Ladner's
Landing on Sunday noxt (27th) at 6:30
p.m. A cordial invitation is extended
to all.
Mr. J. \V, Harvey, manager of Jas.
Ellard & Co.'s establishment, leaves
for England on the Ist prox. He expects to be absent about threo or four
months.
Tlie largest vessels in tho English
Navy cost a million and a quarter dollars to build, and nearly a thousand
dollars a day to keop them nt sea
afterward.
We hope the poople of British Columbia, and of this eity and district
especially, will not forget that the
agricultural exhibition is to bo held
here next fall.
The wot begun by the Young Men's
Catholic Society of the Transfiguration
Church nt New York caused the closing by the police of the opium joints
in that neighborhood.
Don't miss the Princess Louise for
Nanaimo to-morrow morning. The
steamer will call both nt Ladner's
Landing and at English's cannery on
tho delta for excursionists,
Mr. Gladstone was defeated on tho
Affirmation Bill by 292 to 280.   The
London News, commenting upon the
defeat, says, "Tho forces of bigotry
i and intolerance triumphed."
L    The Beacansfiotd administration pnid
[ off $00,800,000 of the national debt of
, Great Britain.    The Gtabstone administration has paid off $102,500,000,
and hopes this yoar to pay off'840,-
000,000 more.
' Since April 8th, 2,300 years of bluo
ribbon and nearly 7,000 pledge-cards
havo been used in the temperance revival at Lowe]), Mats., and 700 moro
yards of ribbon, with additional cards,
have been ordered.
Chief Engineer McColl received a
telegram from the firemen of Nanaimo
yesterday inviting the Hyacks over
#for tho 24th. Tno Hyacks have do-
eided to send a delegation to represent their company.
Railway workers on the lower section aro being concentrated at Harrison river. Thore is a large force thoro
now preparing tho road for track-laying. As soon as possible the track
will be extended from Emory to Harrison.
The BniTisif Cof-UMUUN, iu its last
issue, has< spread a wider sail, and
comes out in an enlarged and improved
form, necessitated by increase of business. Our contemporary is to be congratulated on his apparent success.—
Colonist.
Mr. Hayward completed his contract on the govornment buildings in
this eity yesterday. The rooms up-
stairs are not yet finished, nor have
the internal fixtures been put ifi the
lower storey. We understand that
these things will lio undertaken shortly.
The British Columbian comes to
hand to day enlarged and improved.
This is another proof that New Westminister is prosperous. The Sentinel
congratulates tho Columbian and
trusts this last mark of enterprise will
be fully appreciated.—Vale Sentinel-,
A private letter from Cariboo of
dato May 12th, states that a minor is
at work on the Reedy extension of the
Burns Mountain quartz lead making
wages by breaking the rock with a
sledge, nnd that he has thousands of
tons of similar rock in sight.— Colonist.
Mr. Poabodv'B bequest to London
was about 82,000,000. The property
of the trust is now valued at over 84,-
000,000. It has been honestly and
efficiently administered. The tenants
number 16.000, in 3,500 soparato buildings of 8,000 rooms exclusive of laundries, oto.
Almost every steamer brings people
who intend to become permanent resi-
Aunts of this provinco. Quite a number W these are taking up land along
the Fraser river, and others are finding steady employment among the
farmers. Our resident population is
increasing surely, if slowly,
The str. Enterprise leaves for Victoria at 3 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Sue adv.
The Bluo Ribbon Club will hold an
open mooting at the Skating Rink tonight at 8 o'clock.
Thu magnificent bridgo between
Brooklyn and Now York is to be
opened to-morrow.
Thu chaingang have been for some
timo engaged in clearing off the public
school grounds. They are doing a
much-needed work.
An interesting feature of agriculture
in California is olive-growing. It is
thought that tho Statu can easily raise
a crop ns large as that of Italy, which,
it is said, sella yearly for $50,000,000.
A ranoh-owner at Santa Barbara has
mado $22,000 an acre from tho cultivation of this delectable fruit,
A Gorman has just invented a safe
which, in addition to tho customary
walls and doors of stool, has an attachment that, on being touched immediately flares an electric light on tho
scene, und ut tho same timo uncovers
n prepared plato, on which tho burglar's
photograph is taken whilo an alarm is
sounded.
A lot of wild cattle wero being driven up Columbia street last Friday.
When opposite; the residence of Mr.
English, one of them rushed up the
front steps, went into tho back yard
whero a number of children were playing, tossed the baby carriage ovor tho
fence, knocked the baby over, and
scattered things about generally.
There should be something dono Lo
prevent such occurrences.
Chanqk of Time.—The excursion
steamer Princess Louise wiil leave for
Nanaimo at 0 o'clock to-morrow morning, instead of 7- Family tickets may
be had to-day for ?5.
Insurance.—Attention is cnllod to
tho Confederation Life Assurance advertisement which appears in another
column, The exhibit is certainly a
most satisfactory one. The benefits of
life insurance nre too well known in
these days to require argument in tlieir
support.
 ♦	
The End.—Our story, "The Minis-
ter's Son," which has been running
now for several months in tho Colum-
hian, will be completed in next issue.
We shall shortly begin tho publication
of another serial which wo believe will
be found to possess even more interest
thnn uny that have appeared in these
columns.
The Last Kites.—Tho funeral of
tho late Dr. Sivewright tookjilnco last
Saturday. Tho sorvico was conducted
by Rev. R. Jamieson, and tho remains woro convoyed to their last resting place in Sapperton cemetery, Tlie
attendance was very large. Thero
were more representative citizens prosont, wo believe, than havo ovor before
boon seen at a funeral in this city.
 m>-	
Pehsonal.—Dr. Bentley, of Victoria, camo up last Saturday night,
nnd we believe he has fully determined
to take up his residence and practice
in this city. He returned to Victoria
on Monday to adjust his business and
may ba expected back on Friday or
Saturday. Dr. Bentley has taken the
office on Mackenzie street formerly
occupied by the late lamented Dr.
Sivewright.
New Sail Boat.—Tho Wintemuto
brothors of this city are building a very
fine sail boat for their own uso as a
pleasure craft. It will be twenty-four
feot long by six foot broadth of beam,
aud will carry a large area of sail. Tho
model was designed by Mr. John Wintemute, and has many good points.
Wo have a magnificent sheet of wator,
suitable for yachting purposes, and it
is a wonder to us why moro of this sort
of craft uro not in use here.
At Last.—Aftor a long siege, tho
moaslus seem to have surrendered.
Through nearly the wholo winter thoy
have beon going from house to house,
having no respect wliatover for ago or
.Boctiil condition. Tlie last victim we
liaye hoard of is Cant. Pittendrigli, and
it is stated that in his caso thore were
not left measles enough to go around.
If the gallant captain has succeeded in
squelching tho nuisance, ho is a public
benefactor. We are glad to say that
ho is completely convalescent.
The Exclusions.—To-morrow will
bo the nnniversary of tho Queen's
Birthday, and for the people of this
district Nanaimo   will be the chief
fioint of interest. The excursion
rom Burrard Inlet leaves Hastings
this afternoon, which will give excursionists a full day af Nanaimo.
The excursion from this eity leaves
Irviug's wharf at 6 o'clock to-inorrow
morning. Excursionists are requested
to be on board at a quarter before 0.
As the committee could not agree with
the Excelsior band, a string band
has been engaged to accompany tho
oxoursion. For particulars, see advertisements,
 mt     	
Police Couiit. — Ernest Kelly,
charged with supplying liquor to Indians, was convicted boforo the police
magistrate, and as it appeared from
the evidence that ho acted with groat
violence, bursting into tho Indian woman's house, he got 0 mos, hard labor.
A man named Painter was charged
with supplying liquor to Indians. Ab
this was his firat appearance boforo the
court ho was ordered to pay $54 or
take 2 mos. Sally Cunningham, a well-
known character in police annals,
pleaded guilty to a charge of vagrancy.
Sentence deferred till this morning;
meantime Sally was let out on her own
recognizance.
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Smiting Items. — Str. Princess
Louise left for Victoria Saturday morning, and str. Irving for Yale, Str.
Enterprise arrivod from Victoria Saturday night at 10 o'clock, connecting
with str. Relianco for Yale. Str. Ot-
tor arrivod from Sort Simpson at 7:30
Monday night, str. Rithet from Cat's
Landing at 7:45, str, Relinnco from
Yale at 0:30, nnd Btr. Irving from Yule
ot 10:30. Strs. Otter and Enterprise
loft for Viotoria yoatorday. morning,
and str. Rithet for Port Moody in the
afternoon. Str. Princess Louise arrived froni Victoria yostorday nfter-
noou at 6:15.
Clmngliig the Terminus.
It is reported that instructions have
boen recoived at Port Moody to stop
all work on tho railway between Port
Moody and Pitt rivor, the supposed
object being to divert the line of railway from Port Moody to Coal Harbor
and English Bay. This will afford
easier connection by means of ferry
with the island railway and Victoria
than if the line should terminate at
Port Moody.— Colonist.
.            m>	
From the North.
The str. Ottor, Oapt. Myers, arrived
from Port Simpson ou Monday ovening, via Nanaimo. She brought 0
white passengers and 14 Indians, and
from Nanaimo she brought GO tons of
coal for the C. P. N. Co. She left
Simpson on Wednesday. At Port
Errington the cannery mon had commenced fishing, but the run was light.
Thoro wus a general strike among tho
Indians, ut the northern canneries, for
higher wages, and very little work was
going on. Tho Otter brought down 3
Indian prisoners from Nans river,
charged with burglary. She met the
steumship Sardonyx on Sunday, a
short distance above Nanaimo, bound
north.
• ■      ■**•	
From Yale.
(Correspondence of the Columbian,
Since Thursday, owing to tho cool
weather, the rivor has beeu falling
rapidly. On Friday Mr. Cowan engaged from the B, C. Ex. Co. a span of
horses and light express wagon to go to
Emory. Both horses and wagon went
over the bank into tho river, and the
driver and Mr. Cowan barely escaped
by jumping as the wagon -went
over. The team was valued at $800.
Tho C. P. R. hands wore not paid until the latter part of the week, and last
Sunday in Yale' showed the result,
John Barleycorn was bleeding at every
pore, and tho polico force had their
hands full. An extonsivo programme
has boun issued for tho Queen's Birthday celebration. It is expected that
thero will bo a big day in Yale.
From Chilliwhack.
Crops are looking exceedingly well,
and there are prospects of a largo fruit
luirvost. Tho floods of last year left a
considerable deposit of fino clay on the
land, wliich has greatly enriched it,
and everything is growing luxuriantly,
Mr. A. C. Wells has just completed a
cheese factory whicli is now ready for
operation. Tho building is 20 by 30
fuet. Tho same gentlemen has erected
a now barn 30 by 60 foet. It is expected that a now agricultural hall will
be put up tliis summer, and thero are
also a number of other buildings in
contemplation. The Blue Ribbon club
will hold a picnic ou Mr. AshweH's
farm on the Queen's Birthday, and
thero is likely to be a large gathering.
Mrs. Harrison will provido the refreshments. She has already received orders for 200 dinners.
laundry. Seven private residences,
of limited size, three of them occupied
by families, two "ark" scows, in one
of which Capt. Clark is about to domicile liis family for tho summer, a good-
ish store, not yot occupied, un
unfinished lock-up, to bo presided over
by Mr. Constable Sharpe, nnd a stable,
belonging to the railway contractors,
fills up tho bill. A few cables farther
to tho east is a picturesque promontory known as Rocky Poiut, where
Mr. Murray has erected a fine, substantial building for a hotel. If woll
finished rooms, witli wido halls, broad
stairways, and ample balconies from
which can bo seen everything that
transpires within the "Port," and all
separated conveniently from thu railway and the town, and fanned by the
cooling breeze from briny wavelets
rising, nre the requisites for a desirable summer retreat, then Rocky Point
is the spot. At the head of the bay
Messrs. A, and H.Cameron are wrestling
with treo, root and knoll, for wliich
they aro substituting a garden, tho
soil giving promise of groat fertility.
Closo by stands tlie new building of
Mr. Allen Noon and family who have
succeeded botter than most people in.
bringing to their wild-wood homo
many of thoso souvenirs of artistic refinement which go far to keop up the
connection of the past with the present and alterod life, It is just possible that the wo'jlenmillof the future,
for which a government bonus is offered, may bo located here ns Mr, Noon
informs me that tho wator power is
available and ho is in correspondence
with a friend in good old Yorkshire in
reference to taking hold of tho mutter.
About throe-fourths of n mile from tho
wator, up the old "skid road," Mr.
James Cattle has located and is evolving a garden farm from the wilderness.
Nearly the same distance, but to the
south, is Mr. S. S. Lehman's claim,
and it is expected that ho and his
large family will bo a valuable addition
to tho community. On the north
shore is a promising "family eomoact,"
of which Mr. George Buchart is the
centre, ably supported on either side
by his sons Bruce, who has a good
wife but no house as yet, and Nerval,
who bus a good house but no wife.
These three claims are beautifully
situated, bathed in sunshine, cooled
by the sea breeze and affording perfect
view of wharf, railway and "the oity,"
Tho soil is good and the owners are
putting things in shape most earnestly.
Tho only remaining institution is Mr.
J. B. Tiffin's shingle mill, say half a
mile wost of Buchart's. From the
finest quulity of cedur found in the
adjoining forest, the enterprising proprietor, assisted by some half dozen
men, is turning out most excellent
shingles for which ho finds a ready
salo in Victoria as woll as iu the im
mediate locality. The mill has a capacity of 15,000 per diem, which will be
increased to 20,000 when tho new
Laffel wheel is introduced. The head
of water iB 60 feot.
A vigorous pull to tho point of starting, n sumptuous supper at Bonson's
and the impatient horse receives his
weary ridor and hoads,for tho royal
city.
Communications.
August Flower and German Syrup, 75
cents, at Herring's drug store *
For Coughs ami Colds, use Allen's
Lung Balsam. See adv. in anothor
column.
The cheapest place iu town tn buy
your Drugs and Medicines — Herring's
Drug Storo.—Adv.
About Port Mood).
I'rcMcnl I'linilKlun of the Terminus city,
[Reported for tho Col tun burn.]
A horseback rido in early morning
over tho North road is at once a means
of health and pleasure. Tho now
robes of springtime enchant the eye,
bursting buds nnd fresh-blown flowers
delight the sense of smell, while rustling leaves and birds of song supply
tho needed music. The first building
descried is Johnston's hotel, situate on
tho wostern side of tho road, say three
chains from tho water's edgo. It is a
building similar to the Holbrook
House in this city, nll spink spank
now, without tenant or christening as
yet. Nearer tho shoroj the proprietor,
pioneer Bottler at this landing, lives in
an uuprontentious cabin and keeps a
boat livery, whioh is just the thing for
thoso who seek to develop muscle by a
"spin" upon tho "vasty deep." Tho
opposite side of the road is occupied by
Mr. Steele's store, where a selection of
goods is offered at reasonable prices to
all comers, and Bonson's Hotol, tho
first licensed house in the region. The
edifice is sufficiently commodious, has
received a fresh coat of paint, aud hai
stables attached, to the shelter of
which I committed my horse, and,
chartering one of Johnston's boats,
bent the willing oar for a cruise around
the shores of what is oxpected to lie-
come some day a harbor all astir with
foreign shipping.
Tho only settler between the north
road and the wharf is Mr. John Shannon, who with his family occupies a
two-storey house situated amid a moderate clearing on tho rising bunk.
Near by thero was, a year ago, erected
a spruce brewery, but the proprietor
found that he had under-rated the
taste of his expected customers, nnd
the establishment hns literally "gone
down." Tho C. P. R. terminus wharf
is situated about one and a quarter
miles from Bonson's, and is a work of
somu magnitude, being 1,400 feet long.
The marine worms are its most dangerous enemies, and have mado sad
havoc of some of the piles. Upon the
wharf stands a large froight shed, the
roof of which, I am told, proved but a
partial protection from rain. Behind
the wharf is a neat station house, used
at present us u dwelling by tho resident engineer, Mr. Hill, while on the
higher bank is situato u rudo building
used as a boarding-house for the men
employed at the wharf, and on Sundays as a chapel in whioh religious services are held. Mr. Nelson and his
family have ohargo of this establishment and giye tho interior an utr of
tidiness which iB in contrast with the
rough exterior. Operations at the
wharf seem to consist in landing stores
and material for the contractors and
removing the steel raits lately deliver
ed from tlie Duke of Abereorn- Theso
are being transferred to tho Eraser
river by the str. Rithet. Capt. Gush-
on's stoam "donkey," with a crew of
somo doaen longshoremen, stands
ready to deliver with despatch any future cargoes which may arrive. Ono
mite oast of tho wharf and along the
line of railway is springing up what
promises to be a centre of business. It
is located upon the land claims of
Messrs. Clark And Murray, on low,
level ground, with shallow water frontage. Tho pioneer building hero is the
Caledonia House, run by Messrs.
Scott & Kelly, Immediately adjacent
are the stores of Mr. Grant and Mrs,
Eckstein, in which customers will find
wall selected stocks of merchandise.
Across Queen street is White's shoo
shop and nlso a Chinese bakery and
The Excursion Band.
Editor Columbian.—-In reply to the
remarks contained in your last issue relative to the engagement of the Excelsior
Band for tho Queen's Birthday excursion,
tlio committee bog to state that until a,
lute dato they wero led by members of
tho Band to supposo that the Excelsior
Bond would accompany tho excursion
for tho same sum as lost year, namoly,
850, with such furthor donations as the
funds wonld allow; but when the committee desired a definite understanding
they were mot by a raiso of ono hundred
per ceut., to which demand they did not
feel justified in acceding. Arrangements
have beon made for suitable music to
accompany the excursion.
W. Mobesiiv, Sec,
Municipality of Surrey.
Iti-lcrotitViif of lis Extent unil KcHonrccH
Iu our last issue we promised to give
some particulars respecting this important municipality. The following
sketch is taken from the British Columbia Directory, published by Mr. R.
T. Williams, of Victoria, Persona
desiring further information Bhould
read tho .advertisement of tho municipality which appears in another column,
and address the intelligence officer:
Lying between the corporations of
Langloy, Fraser River, and Delta, ox-
tending from Eraser Rivor to the International boundary Lino .of 40 dog.,
North Int., contains within its limits
the important and growing settlements
known us Hall's Prairie, Olovor Vnlloy
and Mud Bay, consisting of about ouo
hundred and twenty squaro miles, has
many good roads, and two navigable
rivers, namely, tho Serpentine and
Nicomekl, which discharge into Mud
Bay. Vessels of a largo size can ascend
the Nicomekl for about ten miles from
its mouth. Tho Serpentine though
somewhat narrow, has sufficient depth
of water to allow vessols drawing about
six foot to ascend a distance of eight
miles. At present, however, bridges
span both theso rivors aud stop tho
navigation for any distnnce up stream.
It is to be hoped that before long these
structures will bo provided with a draw
each, so as not to interfere with the
freo navigation of both streams, the
value of whieh can hardly he overestimated to settlors along their banks.
Hall's Prairie is situated about threo
miles inland, on Campbell River, which
empties into Semiahmoo Bay, about
ono milo from the Boundary Lino. A
fairly passable road connects it with
salt-water, and also another road leads
to and from the Hopo wagon road.
Hall's Prairie, a rich tract of prairie
land, is high and dry, and not subject
to overflow. Tho suafaco of tho land
as of tho surrounding bush country, is
rolling, which allows drainage as easily
and inexpensively us such work can bo
dono anywhere. This prairie was
bought up many yoars ago, and ia hold
at the present time, principally by nonresidents. The timber land in this
settlement is, however, of a very superior quality, and is owned and settled on. The clearing not boing of a
hard character, the settlers havo made
good progress and in almost ovoiy
qiinrter section may be found a number
uf acres cleared and improvements of
nll kinds woll undor way. The soil of
tliis section is adapted for tho production of all kinds of grain and root
crops; notably potatoes. Wm. Brown
raised off a fow acres tho enormous
quantity of sixty tons, being n yield of
about ten tons to tho aero. Up to the
present time the settlers have confiuod
thomsolvos principally to root crops,
but tlio day is not far distant when,
with its flour and saw mills, a necessity in all now countries, Hall's Prairie will help to supply British Columbia with home grown and homo manu
factured flour and feed. It is but fair
to say of this settlement that beforo
long it will rank among tho most productive nnd important in this section
of the Mainland.
Clover Valley is one of the most
thickly settled sections of Surrey. It
takes its name from the great quantity
of clover found growing wild throughout this section. The .land, though
timbered, is easily cleared, being light
cotton wood and alder with hero and
there a bunch of willow bushes. The
alder nnd cotton wood are nearly all
dead, which makes tho clearing of the
land light work, compared with the
clearing up of tho green timber, the
stumps come out easily, and when tlie
clearing is done the field is smooth and
clean enough tu run u reaper over.
The soil is clayey loam and produces
wheat of a vow fine quality; also, oats
and barley. Vegetables and root crops
of all kinds do well and are easily cultivated. Thore are also prairie or grass
lands which lio at tho head of the Mud
Bay, which furnish tho settlers in this
section with pasture for their stock
tho summer. Tho grass when cut
makes very good winter food for cattle.
Boing able to cut what wild hay thoy
noed enables settlers to cultivate the
lund they clour up, which is a very
great advantage in commencing a new
farm in a timber country. Tlio Nicomekl river passes along tho south sido
of this settlement, and is destined to
carry at an early day the trade of this
section. It also furnishes tlio settlement with whatever quantity of salmon
or trout they may desire. Thero are
also largo numbers of deer or boar; tho
lust numod species proving themsolvos
troublesomo neighbors by their bad
habits of making their breakfast or
supper, as tho caso may bo, off any
stray pig that comus within tlieir reach.
Bruin will soon be compelled to retreat to a placo in keeping with his
habits, us ovory year his shelter is becoming less, owing to tho progress
made in clearing up and cultivating
the land. It is expected that a school
will be built here this summer, wliich
must add very ltutterially to the prosperity and advancement of this important and beautiful section.
Bud May is a small sheet of water
at tho eastern extremity of Boundary
Bay. Into it dischargo the rivers
Nicomekl and Serpentine, on which
two rivors is situated the settlement
commonly known as the Mud Bay settlement. The agricultural land hero is
subject to tidal overflow. It is easily
dyked, however, and when reclaimed
is without exception .the most productive and richest land in the country.
Thoro are about ten thousand acres in
tho valley, which varies from two to
two and a half miles in width. The
land, however, is not of a vory uniform
quality. Along tho banks of the river
it is excellent, easily drained, and having a fall of about two feet, allowing
ample chance to thoroughly drain the
soil, but in towards the centre whero
there is no natural drainage tho lund is
peat, and, in many places, cranberry
bog. This can be subdued and mado
available for agriculture by a thorough
system of drainage, but at tlie present
time, and while there is much uncultivated land of a better quality, it will
not pay to spend time and capital in
reclaiming these bogs. The soil along
tlie bay and banks of the rivors is of
the most productive charactor, as high
as one hundred bushels of oats having
been harvested off a single acre of dyked laud. Vegetables of all kinds do
well and grow to au enormouB size,
and as thero are no summer freshets,
and the highest overflow from extreme
high tides -in winter not exceeding
eighteen inches, it will be readily understood that tho reclaiming of these
lands is but light work. Added to this
the facilities for shipping produce afforded by the two rivers and it will be
easily understood by all that tide will
be ono of the most productive and important sections on the Lower Mainland.
Game of all kinds abounds throughout and affords excellent sport for the
huntsman during tho full and winter
months. Mud Bay itself is renowned
for its oysters and shell fish of all
kinds. A company from New Westminstor havo obtained a lease of the
oyster bods here and intend cultivating'
thom. The Bay is also tho great seining ground for tlie Fraser Rivor fisheries in the fall. Many thousand
cohoes (salmon) are taken here overy
fall and shipped to tho Fraser River
canneries, somo of .which draw no inconsiderable amount of thoir supply of
fall fish from Mud Bay. A postoffice
has beon established at tho residence
of Wm. Woodward, of Mud Bay last
winter, and tho Local Govornment
propose to placo a steam ferry on
Eraser Rivor between Brownville and
New Westminster, thus connecting
Surrey with its principal source of supply and market. There are, also, two
extensive fisheries in operation within
tho limits of the corporation. Surrey
was meliorated as u Municipality in
1860, all taxes collected by the Council
are laid out in improvements of roods,
bridges, etc., throughout tho Municipality. In common with its neighbors,
Langley and Delta, Surrey is advancing rapidly and in tho near future must
become a prosporouB and wealthy district.
era, had pleaded guilty because of the
previous agreement that his life would
bo spared if ho would give evidence to
' criminate Timothy Kelly. Trevelyan,
Chief Secretary for Ireland, stated that
the gove inrent intended to abolish the
office of special resident magistrate in
Ireland.
Dvdun, May 21.—A memorial monument to Burke, assassinated in Phoenix
Pork, was pladtflMn position in GloBer-
evin cemetery. The police guard it.
Tho magistrates erected tho monument.
Madrid, May 21.—The Marquis of
Orovio, leader of tho Conservative party
in the senate, is dead,
Paris, May 21.—Reactionary utterances of the Count du Chomboid tend to
give credibility to the rumor that he intends to make tho son of Don Carlos heir
to his claims as King of France, to the
exclusion of the Orleanist princes,
Moscow, May 21.—Tho Emperor and
Empress havo given a reception to special
foreign embassies here to attend coronation, Tho weather was fino, aud tho
eity presents a brilliant and picturesque
scene, Many delegates have arrived
from Asia.
Detroit (Mich.), May 21.-.Tho worst
storm, mingled with snow and rain, tliat
ever struck Michigan, lias heen raging
this afternoon and evening, accompanied
by light winds. Trees in blossom present a sorrowful appearance. Tho effect
of the storm upon fruit cannot be eati-
mated. Thus far no disasters are reported from Lake Huron.
The New Liquor Law.
Ottawa, April 2L—The Sub-Committee on Liquor Legislation met Saturday morning, Dalton McCarthy in
the chair. Professor Foster appeared
and asked to be examined in answer to
the memorial of the Licensed Vitual-
lers' Association and the points raised
by Mr, Hodge, its representative. He
was questioned nt some length opposing the proposition mado to permit the
taverns, saloons and shops to sell
liquor until 9 p. m. Ho favored accepting o suggestion of Hodge's that
certain liours be specified on Sundays
for the sale of liquor to guests at hotels, in place of the present mode.
The committee agreed to chunge tho
recommendation as to the basis of population on which licenses nre to be issued in municipalities, and adopt that
of the Ontario low of one tavern license
for every 250 persons of the thousand,
and one for overy additional 400. Applications for new houses in cities,
towns and villages must bo accompanied by o petition from one-fourth of
the rate-payers in the polling subdivision. Petitions against granting such
licenses may be presented, and when
ono-half of thp rate-payers so petition
the license cannot bo issued. The recommendation as to shop licenses will
bo that one be allowed for every 400
population up to 1,200, and after thot
ono for every 1,000. The committee
propose that iu rural districts the number to be issued shall be left in the
hands of the Commission. They will
also recommend the appointment of
inspectors and sub-inspectors to see to
the enforcement of the law. It was
stated that an addition to the bill will
be made legalizing the present Provincial law until the Aot now being drafted comes into force on the lst of January next, tho time proposed when it
will take effect.
By invitation of the corporation and citizens of Nanaimo, the fine Bteamer
PRINCESS LOUISE
Cnpt. MoCullougli, will leave Irviug's
wharf ot 6 on tho morning of
THE24thOFMAY1883
FOR NANAIMO.
Returning, will leave Nanaimo about 2
o'clock u. in. on the26th, calling
ut Lodner(s Landing going & returning.
M EXCELSIOR STRING BAND
Will be in attendance.   No Bar for tho
sale of intoxicating liquor will
he allowed   on board.
Tickets for the Round Trip
Can be obtained from any member of the
following committee in New Westminster: Mayor Edmonds, Coun-
■ cillor Ferris, Councillor Elliott, Wm. Moresby or
J. C. Armstrong.
Tickets for Gentlemen tJ2 00 each
Tickets for Ladies  1 00 each
Tickets for Children      50 each
All persons are requested to be on
board at a quarter to fi o'clock a. m.
sharp.   By order of the Committee.
WM. MORESBY, Sec'y.
New AVcstminster, May 7th, 1883,
iny9-td.
CLEVELAND'S  HOTEL I
CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
COLUMBIA STKEET, ■ NEW WESTMINSTER.
THIS 1*INE NEW HOUSE HAS
been fitted up and is now open for
a limited number of guests. First-class
boarding by the day or week at moderate
prices.
J. E. CLEVELAND,
«p7tc Proprietor.
■fcTOTICE
S. CLAIIK, M. 1).
Pocket Cctlery.—T. R. Pearson k
Co, have received on assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
J, G. Bunte has received another consignment of Baby Carriages whieh he
oners at very tow prices. inylfit3
Just opened out, 4000 • rolls Wall Paper, latest designs and lovely shades—a
magnificent assortment. Call and see
thom.—J. G. Bpnte. myltitS
Kennedy's Medical Discovery, §1.75,
at Herring's drug storo. *
T. E. Pearson k Co. havo received a
full supply of tho new Methodist hymn-
books, all styles and prices, from 0 bits
up.
kW T. R. Pearson k Co. wish to draw
attention to the fact that they aro pre-
Sored to take subscriptions for nil Cana-
ian, American and British nowspopers
and periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—Adv,
GIRL WANTED
mO DO HOUSEWORK IN A SMALL
family.
Apply to
MRS. HUNTER,
Agues Street.
DRUG APPBKNTICE WANTED.
A BOY ABOUT 15 YEARS OLD
wanted as an apprentice to the drug
business,   Apply to
A, M. HERRING,
Druggist ond Chemist,
New Westminster, B. C, 2d May, '83,
EXCLUSIVE DESPATCHES TO THE COLUMBIAN.
London, May 20.-—Cotewayo has again
beon defeated, tliis time with great
slaughter,
Dpiilin, May '20.— Delouey, one of
tho l'hu'nix Park murderers, has been
reprioved. A violent storm raged hero
to-day and did much damage to the by-
geric exhibition building. Tno rain penetrated tho roof, and the partition walls
of the Austrian department were overthrown and several persons injured.
Moscow, May 20. - Tho Czar and
Czarina arrived this evening and proceeded to the palace. It is estimated
that 200,000 persons lined the street
from the station to tho palace. Order
was maintained by armed citizen guards.
Toronto, May 20.—A severe thundor
storm passed ovor this city last night.
The lightning was very vivid. No damage yet reported.
Ottawa, May 20.—Tlie Government
now license bill wns distributed to members to-doy. The measure Ib intended
to restrict the sale of intoxicating liquors
throughout the Dominion, and will supercede all laws on the same subject
passed by local legislatures.
Havana, May 20. — Twenty-two
deaths from yellow fever ere reported
for the past week, mostly in military
hospital.
St. Louis, May 20.—Another tornado
has made terrible destruction of property, accompanied by much loss of life, in
in various parts of the state.
London, May 21.—Tlie Daily News
coutinns the report of tho appointment
of the Marquis of Lansdowno to tho governor-generalship of Canada. In the
Commons this afternoon Porter, attorney-general for Ireland, iu reply to a
question of Harrington, member for
Wost Mouth, denied that Patrick Do-
laney, ouo of tho Phronix Park murder-
MTTNIDIPALITYofSUBREY
THK ASSESSMENT ROLL OF THE
Municipality of Surrey, for the year
1883, is now open for inspection nt the
olHcc of the Assessor, Clover Valley. A
Court of Revision will bo held at the
Town Halt on Friday, Juno 15th, ot 1
o'clock p. tn., to hear and determine all
appeals against said assessment.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Assessor.
Surrey, May Uth, 18811.      [inylO-lm
ILHIMIl
DIRECT IMPORTERS
And wholesale and retail dealers in
Driigs&Cliemicak,
Potent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Goods, etc.
Oils of Every Description.
Sole Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
TIIE fflHITY OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 We hove	
jGOODLAinjsi
Both wild and improved,
Hood Roads, Schools, Chnrchcs
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade ore cxcellcnfc'
We have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION?.
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE  18  UNBIVALLKD.
Plenty of Government Land,
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW   MILL   MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality,  the    -
Municipal Council arc offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS.   For further parHcu-
Iars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valley, Surrey, B. C.    [inylO-to
NOTICE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Ono door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
myD-tc.
D. B. GRANT,
St., - Port
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LAME
assortment in the ahove lines, the
subscriber is nronorod to supply the
people at the Terminus City nmlolso
whore with everything generally found
in a tirst-olnss store. All goods sold at
tha lowest cash prices.
< illinium ..MM. or all klmla.
apHto D. B, GHANT,
CHEQUE LOST.
LOST, AT PORT HANEY, ABOUT
the 23rd April, o Cheque on the
Bnnk of B. C. for 8134, made by A. On-
dordouk in favor of tho undersigned.
The Undor will please return It, as tt Is
of no commercial valtto except to tho
undersigned.
Bp26 WM. ROSS.
JLlt HupktUH MfHMOtl ill bttSp tt *, Multy iuU4
THE REMEDY FOR CURING
CONSUMPTION,   COUGHS,
COLDS, ASTHMA, CROUP,
All Diseases of the Throat, Lungs
nnd Pnlnonar)' Organs.
.    11Y ITS FAITHFUL USE »
CONSUMPTION HAS BEEN CURED
When other Remedies mid Physicians
havo failed to effect a cure.
Recommended   by PHYSICIANS, MINIS-
TKRS nnd Nt'iwiw.   In fact by everybody win* hns given it a good
trial.   It never fails to bring
relief.
As an EXPECTORANT it hns no Equal,
lt Is hnnnlcBs to the Moat Delicate Child.
Zteontalitn no OPIUM in any Form,
iaTDircetioiiB accompany each bottle,
***For Bale by oil Druggists.     np25ml
(UNITED),
Carrying H. M. Mails and
B. G, Express,
LEAVE IEVING'S WHARF
FOR VICTORIA:
WEDSEJDiYS and Satdrdats at 7 a.m.
FOR YALE &WAI POSTS:
Wedsesdays amlSATunDAraat 7 a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Office.
aplltc
THOS. L. BEIGG8,
Agent.
NOTICE.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
fore existing between Thomas Lkti
Btahlsciimidt and Bobekt Wabd, trading under tho firm name of Stahlsohuidt
& Ward, at Viotoria, B. C., as Commission Merchants, Shipping and Insurance
Agents, has been dissolved by mutual
consent, as from 31st December, 1882.
Mn. Robert Warp has assumed the
Liabilities and Assets of tho lato firm
and will continue the said business at
Victoria for his sole account under the
firm name of Robert Wabd k Co.
No. 4 Commercial Row, Wharf Street,
Victoria, B.C., 15th March, 1883.
 (mh21)
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
seneo from the City, Mr. A. J.
Tolmie will manage the business of the
Holbrook House; and I hereby give notice tliat I will bo responsible for no
debts contracted without his written
order.
J. W. HENNESSY,
New West., Jan. 2, 1883.
iy"
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
REMOVAL!
jr. u. x.o-r.x>
HosromoVed Ills FURNITURE ROOMS
to thutromlses on Oolnmbln strool lately
ooeupled by Mr. H. v. Edmonds.
FURNITURE,
PICTURE FRAMES,
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Furnllnro made loonier on iiicnrom
Inch,    nopnlrlnfi  promptly   mul   neatly
done. A trial solicited.
myWm] 1. v.. loud.
New Spring Goods]
MRS.   STRANG
BEGS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS
that sho lias received her stoek of
FANCY    GOODS I
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BEADTHADE CLOTHING
Choapoit In tho City.
kW Noxt Door to City Drug Storo.   oplS
MONEY TO LEND.
Lands for Sale.
W, NORMAN BOLE, Barrister,
ap283m] Now Westminster.
1-IHE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVDJG
. been tried by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or no de
soriptlon. but for strangers the following
is printed:—It does tho washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on the board; blue
not needed; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of rcfSKuce if desired. One bar
docs two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for faco and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if tbe above is not true.
Tho undersigned being tho first to In*
traduce it, respectfully asks tho ladle, to
patroniac hiin. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co. and at Occident Hotel.
Being well known as agent for all
nowspapors, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, 1 need no introduction.
lo those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
iihV'1
H. W.
HUGHES,
New West., B. C.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
IS   THE   SUI'RKME   ColTRT   OF    B 111X1.111
Columbia.
In the goods of Justus William Howison,
deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nll jii'i-Mimu indebted to the Into Jus-
tus William Howison. formerly of New
Westminster, deceased, are required to
)iny tho amount of their indebtedness to
tho undersigned within one month from
this dntu; nnd any person having a claim
against the cstnte is requested to furnish
particulars thereof within that period.
GORDON E. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for Mary Howison, administratrix,
New Westminster, April i!8th, 1883.
tp28*Im.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN,
that the City Tones {or 1882 are
now due and payable at tho office of the
City Clerk.
JAMES ORR, C. M. O.
Now Wost., July 26,1882.
IJM ©Uf gtot-j).
THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER XXXIX.
THE    IAST   HOME-COMING.
(Continued.]
A day or two after his arrival Sir
Duncan and his daughter came to call.
It soemed to the lattor that in this way
tho inevitable meeting would be more
easily got over, and that sho might
second without romark the invitation
which her father intended to givo.
Ronald thought her depressed and
Bilent; but though he spoke to hor but
little, he paused for nn instant before
he replied to Sir Duncan's request
that he would come and stay at Juver-
allan.
Muriol observed the pause and fillod
it. "We hope you will bo able to
come," she said, in a lower tone than
waB usual with her.
"Certainly; it will give mo great
pleasure—tlmt is, if you will let mo
defer my visit till I have been to Edinburgh. I want to soo the best surgeon
at once, so as to determine my plans
for the future."
"And what will you do if you lmvo
to leave tho service?"
"I do not know. My mothor will
not lot ino speak of emigration unless
she accompanies me, and I should require to be very Buro of my prospects
before I could allow that."
"Indeed! I'm going to put a spoke
in that wheel, too," snid Miss Hardwicke. "If you don't take care you'll
havo two old ladies coming to look
after you—I can't be left to myself
again.
"If yon will wait till I've got an
American farm in good order for you,
you will be welcome," Baid Ronald,
smiling, and it appeared to Muriel,
aa she listened, that he spoko with a
light heart. Surely, if thero over had
been any truth in the idea at which
Laura Harris had so plainly hinted, if
he ever had entertained any fueling
beyond friendship for herself, it must
havo died out ere now. What oIbo,
indeed, could sho expect, when she
liad treated him with such marked
coldness and mistrust—and that, too,
at a timo whon all his friends woro
praising him? She had set herself
apart from him, nud now lie bad ceased
to regard her.
Thinking tliese things, Bhe felt herself humbled in hor own eyes, and
waited patiently for tho verdict of the
surgeon, and the consequent decision
as to Ronald's plans.
He waa uot loft in doubt aa to his
future. He would recover to a certain
extent the uso of his arm; but he
would be wiso if ho loft the servico,
and underwent no further exposure to
thoso vicissitudes of climate in which
the British soldier is oxpected to do
his work.
He accepted the decision quietly,
though, when it came to the point, it
was not easy to quit the profession and
the regiment which hud been hia homo
for so many years.
"What will you do with tlmt old
uniform, Konald ? It's no use, is it?"
asked his mother one dny, when she
found him laying awny together his
soldier's clothes.
"I shall keep it, mother," he answered, with an odd laugh. "You may
think it sentimental, but I couldn't
throw* away that coat, stained aa it is.
As long as I live my heart will warm
to tho old tartan and tbe sound of the
pipes. It's hard lines tbat I shan't
be in the deur old corps when it comes
home, though I'll see it land, if I'm
anywhere in Britain."
"There's a deal of romance in tho
laddie," said Miss Hardwick, to whom
Mrs. Bennett repeated this speech—
1 'a deal of romance. But mark my
words: he'B leaving tho army at tho
right time; if he stayed in it the romance would burn as dull as tho tiro
Jean lit with damp kindling this morning."
"Why bo?" said Mrs. Bennett.
"Why bo ? Why, becauao Ronald's a
lad of spirit, and he'll not go daundor-
ing about with a cigar in hia mouth,
and clothes on hia back that make him
look like a tailor's advertisement. It
puts me past my patience to aee the
young officers toddling down the town
together of an afternoon. Don't you
tell rae Ronald would be content to do
the like!" replied Miss Anne, energetically; and Mis. Bennett did not
contradict her, but nodded her bend
sagely, and Baid, "Quite true, my dear
—quite true."
CHAPTER XL.
TIME  BRINGS  EVEUVTHLVO TO HIM WHO
CAN WAIT.
Ronald's promised visit to Inverallan
was brief, and seemingly nnevontful.
He must hurry away, ho said, nnd begin his inquiries respecting farms in
America, for he could not endure to
be idle longer than was necessary.
Very soon his plans began to tako
definite shape, and once and again he
came over from Stirling to consult Sir
Duncan, who listened and advised, and
regretted his decision.
"I think it'a a great pity you should
go away, Ronald; you had much better
marry and stay at homo," aaid lie; but
Ronald made no reply.
A second time ho had made tho suggestion, when ovor their claret they
were discusaing the merits of American
land companies.
"You'll have to find a wifo out
there, sinco you cannot mnke up your
mind to Bottlo at home," said Sir Duncan.
This time Ronald looked bim in tho
face. "You havo said that before, Sir
Duncan, and as I am to leavo soon I
may as well answer it. I shall novur
marry, for I can lovo but one woman
in the world, and sho would think mv
love an insult if I were to uttor it."
"Are you sure of tbat?" said Sir
Duncan, slowly, nnd answoring hi-
companion's startled look, he contin
ued,"Mydear boy, I think I have
known it sinco my daughter and I road
a note of yours, writton beforo hor
marriage."
"No doubt you lmvo, Sir Duncan.'1
"Then I can only say that, if you
choose to speak, you have iny permission, so far as that is needed, and, I
may add, my good wishes,
"Aro you in earnest? -is it possible,
Sir Duncan?" stammored Ronald.
"Certainly I am in earnest. No
woman should consider herself othorwiso than honorod by such a faithful
affection as yours; and I think n woman might well trust you."
"Ah, that is just what Mm. Leslio
does not do,"
"I am not so suro. At least, you
can ask an explanation of her mistrimt,
if you choose."
"If I choose! Good lioavoni. Sir
Duncan, say if I dared! Why, it scorns
madness!" cried Ronald, springing up
and turning awny from bis old friend.
flo leaned against the man tub niece
behind him in a whirl of conflicting
hones And fears.
"I will rink my fato," ho said pres
ently, "since you do not think it unpardonable presumption; but I must
choose a moment when I am cooler,"
he added, smiling.
"You need not go home till late tomorrow/' replied Sir Duncan, "and
now we will join the ladies."
Ronald made his opportunity somewhat skillfully on the following afternoon; for, though ho had hardly a
spark of hope, he did not wish to undergo ono needless hour of suspense.
"lt ia a long timo since I havo been
in the picture-gallery, Mrs. Leslio; I
have a fancy to soo your favorite old
Jacobite again." said ho.
"Let us go and look at him, then,"
replied Muriel, and unsuspectingly led
the way to the low ottoman which was
placed opposite to the picture of which
she was so proud.
(,Do you remember telling me'hero
that you liked soldiers? You were a
very little girl then."
"Yes, I remember, and how you
said you wished to be ono."
"Naturally, ainco you always liked
tho profession. Your word waa law to
me always," said Ronald, quickly, and
Muriel colored ns sho glanced up at
him. "Mra. Leslie, will you do mo a
favor?"
"If I can. What is it ?" sho aaked,
almost timidly.
"Will you toll me what it was I said
or did that made you think I had not
acted truthfully ? I hoard of your impression from Sir Duncan, though I
did not need any one to toll mo that
your friendship for me was lessoned."
"Dou you remember driving with
mo to the plantations? I naked you
about your friends."
"I remember it only too well. I wna
ao happy that day, till we wore gotting
out of the carriage, when your manner
changed nll at once. What had I
done ?"
"Vou snid you did not even know
whero any of your friends wero—and I
know Mra. Jenkins waa in Edinburgh,
and that you hnd seen her," replied
Muriol, very low.
There wns n moment's silence, and
Ronnld laughed a short, bitter laugh
of scorn at the thought that he bad
oven for a moment fancied he could
win this woman.- Why, Bhe had not
even troubled herself to understand
what ho had told ber of himsolf I How
beautiful she lookod just now, sitting
there! for alio had suddenly sunk on
to the ottoman. How bonutiful, and
how utterly out of his reach! Ho would
at least speak to hor honostly for onco
—would toll her tho wholo truth—and
then freo himself from chains ho had
worn too long.
"So it was poor little Ellen who unconsciously caused me ao much pain!
Perhaps I was a fool to feel it ar, deeply as 1 did. You never guessed how
your changed yoice and cold looks
stung me. You hnvo never cared to
understand what has beon the main
influence in my wholo lifo. Why
ahould you, indeed? But I will speak
now before I leave you, Mrs. Leslie,
and you must liateii—just this once.
I answered your question quite truthfully. Had I not told you I had no
friends nniong the sergeants' daughters
nnd wives I Friends! Did you think I
could drop quito easily from your society and your friendship to theirs ?
For you were my friend once—when
we wore happy children—and I lovod
you then, and have loved you always!
Once I fancied it would bo enough lor
me to livo near you—to help you, to
be near nt hnnd if you needed mu—and
I aought no greater reward than your
kindness and your good-will; but that
dream is over. You mistrusted me nnd
doubted mc, nnd when 1 went away I
knew that tho life I hud spent hero
could never bo resumed. Now that I
have returned I know more. I know
that I am not atrong enough to remain
so nenr you and yet bo far away. You
nre too beautiful—too dear. But I havo
courage enough to leavo you forever,
and mako a home for my mother elsewhere; and all tho more bo Hint I have
dured thia once to say what is iu my
heart. You nro the only woman I ever
loved, nnd I have lovod you beyond
everything in this world. Now can
you pardon me enough to bid mo good-
He waited for a reply, but none
came. Muriel's face was hidden iu
her hands, and he saw that sho was
trembling.
' 'Not one word of farewell ? Then I
must go unforgtveu. Good-bye, Mrs.
Leslie."
He spoke slowly and Badly, now that
tho passion of his words Imd passed,
and slowly he turned away nnd moved
a step or two toward tho-door.
"Ronnld!" *
It was tho faintest whisper; but ho
hoard it, and aa ho paused and looked
at hor the fleeting glimpse he caught
of her face ore she hid it again brought
him back to hor side.
"Yes. What have you to say to
me?" ho askod, in an eager whisper.
"Don't—go—awny from mo!"
"Muriel!'1 He had not uttered tho
sweet old namo for yoars, and now it
cunie tremblingly, aa ho knelt bcaide
her, and, vory gently touching the
slender wrists, tried to d.aw her bauds
away from her face.
Suddenly the hands yielded themselves up to him, nnd tearful, happy
eyes looked into his.
"Forgive ino, Ronnld. I will tell
you about it all somo day. I wus very
wrong, but—"
Wiint the "but" wuh remained unsaid, as Ronald drew hur to him and
know that nt last ho had won his
crown. Iu the first tumult of this sudden change he found but few words;
but by-and-by bo rose, and still holding her hands bade her look up nnd
answer him onco fully.
"Let me hear you sny you aro content. Say that you are sure you enro
—thnt you nro suro you aro not afraid
to trust mo ?"
"Quito sure, Ronald."
"Oh, Muriol! my Muriel! This is
beyond my dreams! My queen, what a
beautiful thing our lifo shall bo!"
"I am vory glad, iny dear," Baid Sir
Duncan, when his daughter sought
him iu tho library. "Thore's little
onough lovo of n noblo kind in the
world, and such affection na Ronnld's
doBorvos to bp rewnrded. I'm growing
old, too, and I can loavo you contentedly in his caro. Well, well, I'll Bay
no moro of tlmt, for be must not soo
tears in your eycB to-day. By-tho-byo,
Muriol, perhaps I hnd bettor toll Aunt
Alicia?"
"Pour Aunt Alicin'! Yoh, I think
you hnd," replied Muriel, smiling' nud
Sir Duncan wont to find his sister nt
once, and throw hor into a state of
indiscribnbte confusion.
"But, good gracious, my dear
brother, the man is of no family whatever!" cried alio, "Why, ho has been
n private soldier! Ob, I told you thin
would happen! Muriol to marry tlio
minister's son] It is terrible! To bo
sure. Mm. Bennott wns n Mncgregor
of Glen Monncb; but dear, dear, what
Is that?"
"Hor people have farmed thu Glen
for fivo generations; that is almost n
pedigree,isn't it ?" put In Sir Duncan,
domuroly.
(To tit'CoiillM.t'1.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B- 0.,
BEGS TO NOTIFY THK RESIDENTS
oJNt'W W-'sliiiinslcraml vicinity tlmt
lie litis imported direct from London, Kng-
lanil, u splendid assortment of
PERFUMES,
Toilet. Soaps, etc., from t he very bout innn-
nfueturers In London nml Paris.
Lubln's Paris perfumes 81 00 per bot
K I'imuui's do 1 00 per bot
Himiiu'l's London do, fiOciind    75 pur bot
i.'leavers do, .'jOi: mid     75 per lint.
llovcnder's do, 'lot; S5<* und     50 per bot
Marin Farina's Eau de Cot-
' ogno, small .size     SO per bot
Hoyt's Kan dc Cologne, largo,- 1 00 per bot
Hoyt's Kan dc C'oloune, siunll    25 per' "'
Murray A Lanniiin's Morblu
Water.     75 per bot
DALMAIIOY'H OTJIUOUS ESSENCE,
Tlie most lusting perfume known, $1 50.
J & K ATKINSON'S WHITE ROBS
PERFUME,
The only gold medal highest award for
English perfumery,?! DO per bottlo,
GLASS STOPPERED SMELLING
BOTTLES,
Filled with salts ready for 1180,60c, 76o and
SI (10 per bottle.
JEAN VINCENT BULLY'S PRIZE MEDAL TOILET VINEGAR,
For dully ablutions n fow drops poured Into tbe water before waHlilngwllI neutralize
any Impurities, refresh tlie sltlit and re-
Hlorc It tolls prest Ine frenliness nnd bloom.
For tliemoiilli.a few drops witb wuleruct
as an excellent deullfrlee, preserving tlie
gums and teetb,aud by Imparling tl sweet
and delicious odor to the brealli Is invaluable to smokers. IL Is also splendid for
removing plmplos from tlie face. Price,
75c per bottle.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
Hose Prlntnntoro Soup—the most delicious perfume. More especially recommended lo ladles aud to mothers of families for tlie toilet of Children.   II cakes in a
box, '-lie |>er box, or sont by mnll to any
part of British ('oliimlilii, posliige paid, for
"iie per tinx.   One trial of this
glvcsiitittfnctloi).
its soup will
A vory superior Glycerine Soap, IJenkcs
In ti box, 85c.   Highly perfumed,
Hovenden's London Soaps, 'I cukes in a
box (Almond, Honey and Windsor), l'."ic
and too per box,
Hovenden's Miteliam Soap, recommended not Only for its quality and dell-
caie perfume, but nlso for its refreshing
and cooling ellect upon thesltlu. :tcakes
in n box for'30c. sent by mnll* postage
pnid, 73c.
Ponr's Transparent Toilet Soaps, sic per
cnlce; seat by mall, GOe.
Pear's Transparent Shaving Slicks, In a
very nice box. :fic per stick; sent, by mail,
.'.li,, Ovi-i lul yviir- •••.tr.WMi.-l ns Ilie
cleanest and bosl preparation for shaving.
Boehm's Transnarent Soaps, ti very fine
nrticlo, J5c per cake; shaving sticks, \m, In
avery nice box,
Hovenden's Kinolllent Shaving Soap,
12!-[C and iSie pereukc.
Wright's Coal Tar Soap (London), tlie
only coal tar soap recommended bythe
eulire medical faculty. For lhe nursery
and the toilet this soap Is Invaluable. It
has received the highest commendations
from tlie entire medical profession. It Is
unrivalled for shaving; ijc per cake, or "-lie
for :1 cakes.
GHssndormos, a  bntsnmlo cream for
shaving without Ilie use of soapor water.
Sold in collapsible tubes, 50ceach; sent by
mail, oik'.
HAIR   OILS
AND  TOILET   PJU3PARATI0NS.
Otto of ltose Pomade made In London.
Bay Hum Pomade made In Paris,
And other kinds of pomades.
White Hose Brlllhmtinc.
Lime Juice and Glycerine
Hovenden's Hair Rcstomtlvo. 70 cents,
Ayor's Hair Vigor, «fl.
Burnett's Coconino, SI; small size, (HJ.-je.
Bandoline for Ihe Hair.
Hose Hnlr Oil.
First-class assort ment of London hnlrolls.
A good assortment of Cosmctlques,
While, Black and Brown,
Glycerine Cold Crown, 25c per bot.
Vaseline Camphor lee, 25n por bot.
Cold Cream of Hoses, ije per bot.
Gosnoll'S Cherry Tooth Paste,GOe,
Hovenden's Otto of Hose Tooth Pnslo,83o,
Hovenden's Tooth Powders,
Violet Powder.
Violet Powder Boxes, 25c nnd GOe each.
BRTTSHES.
A large assortment of Hair Brushes from
'rile to SSoncll.
Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Brush, sent by
mail,postpaid,forS4.    '
A.good assortment of Nail Brushes, sr-c
nnd 50c each.
Muir cutting Tombs nud dressing Combs
25c ntiuGOo enoli,
Shaving Brushes, 25c, 83c, i>0c and 75e
ouch.
R&.ZOES.
A lirst-eluss assortment of l.u/.or.s, imported direct from Sheffield. I will scud
any person u good Barber's Concave Razor hy mail nt $1.50 ench. I have sold
the sumo kind of Razor nt 811.50, hut
hnving imported a lnrge stock direct
from the umuufucturcr, enables me to
sell cheap ; for cash, whereas, before I
Imported from San Franoisco, and I
could not sell them for less thau $2.50
each. I hnvo n huge stock of Itaxora
from $1 to $4 each.
Pocket Knives from ll'Je to $2 ench,
FIFES.
A splendid assortment of Meerschaum
Pipes, (1 H I) Brinrtvood Pipes, Amber,
Ivory nnd Horn Mouthpieces,
A good nssortmcut of Collar Studs nnd
Guff Buttons.
The very best Bath .Sponges, small
Turkey Sponges, and hath sponge baskets.
Kitos' Fruit Salts, $1.00 per bottle.
Orders for the above goods solicited,
and forwarded by mall or express.
 V o »	
SHAYIN&
llnir Cutting, Shampooing, etc.,
—CALL AT—
George Head's
SALOON.
He lias now threo chnirs running, and
first-class workmen. The latest patent
bnvber'H chairs, l'lonso note tno ad-
drcHH, one door below the Colonial Hotel,
Now Westminstor, B, C. (np25.
Direct liip'toitii
r DDmmi
OWINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.!!-
L. UIIUVVI1
BEGS TO INFORM TIIK RESID-
cnts of New Westminster und vicinity thnt he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit iiislomi-rs.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. GiHiy*-.,   London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
OOIITIIBIA   BTEBUT,
New Westminster,   B. 0.
JB,V1«.I  '     -,-.. ■ !|-.fcl-rl"\   ■_.    ..        .J.M
»3ICW3BaeH*3S>!lA!Jii :■;
NEW    SCHEDULE
—Ol'—
TOTAGrHSiS
—vou—
WHITE  LABOR
—OX   THK —
Lian
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  §125 00  per month.
Rock Foremen... ,83 DO to §4 00 \3 day
Earth Foremen... 2 fit) to   3 50    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50     '*
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class  3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd clnss  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class   3 50 "
Blacksmiths-,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith   Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     '-
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     -•
Laborers  1 "5 to 2 00     "
Hewers, Istclnss 3 50 "
Choppers, Istclnss- 2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, 1st class 2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours por day.
All Carpenters to furnish tlieir own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to Hnd themselves Bed,
Bonrd and Lodging.
Hoarding Houses will bo convenient
along tho Line.   Board—-$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in tlie Company's Houses.
Wages will be pnid monthly, on the
Kith ot each month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
Obnkilw. Manaoku,
Oppiok ov tiik Contractors,
Ca.naoian Pacific* Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1883.
NOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I Intend to mnke npplicntiou to
thu Chief Commissioner of Lnnils and
Works for permission to purchase 240
ncres of meadow land, known ns Duck's
Lake, situate about nine miles south of
my rosidmicc, South Thompson.
Beginning nt Stake A, and proceeding
thenee 1320 yards to Stnko Di thonco to
Stake C, 880 yards; thenoo 1320 yards tn
Stnko D; thonco 880 yards to starting
point.
JACOB DUCK.
South Thompson,
March 17th, 1883. upllm2
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
PROVINCIAL SKCHKTAKY'H OkfICI",
3nl May, JSS3.
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor bus been pleased to plaeo tho
following gentlemen ou the Commission
of the Peace:—
James Waiidlb and Joskph Bowes,
Esijuircs, of Hope, for the Electoral District of Yule.
Hknry Hesok, of Big Bar. and John
EniiAR Mooiik, of Alkali bake, Esquires,
for the Electoral Districts of Cariboo and
Lillooet.
Henry Bum, Esquire, of   IBG-mile-
house, Cariboo Wagon Rond,   for  the
Electoral District of Cariboo.
myO-lni.
COUNTY COURT.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
l\    the next sitting  of   the Comity
Court will   bo   held   on   WEDNESDAY,
May mil, 1883.
Dated April 21st,  1833.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
inli2ltd Now Westminster.
NOTICE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE AND OF
. Nisi Prhts, und of Oyer nml Terminer nnd of General Gaol Delivery, will
be held at each of tho undermentioned
places, and nt the times hcreiunftor
named:—
At Yale, on Monday, 21st May, 1883,
At Kamloops, on Wednesday, 30th
May, 1883.
At Clinton, on Thursday, 7th June,
1883,
By Command,
JOHN   ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ollice,
Victoria, B. C, 19th April, 1883.
(ap21td)
Notice to Claimants of land.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i_\ the undermentioned Innds in New
WestminsterDistricthnvo been surveyed
aud a map of same ean be seen nt the
olliee of J. C. Hughes, Esq., Commissioner, Now Westminster, aiul nt the Lands
and Works Ollice, Victoria, where forms
of proof nnd declaration onu be procured.
Lot,  At'.    Ntunn.     Frcem ltcc No,     Dnle.
4711 1 ...i> McIJoiiiild 053 ,l;m '.'1. Y,ll
■174 1...S Mcdoiuild I'lirlWSl Auj-'l, '71
4Tfi I...J IJellaslu (HS NovSS,'US
The nbovc mentioned parties, or nny
Otliei' claimants to the above described
Innds, must prove up their claims within
threo months from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Ciiief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0., 25th April, 1S83.
 (my2m8)
Notice to Claimants of j-aml.
KAMLOOPS   DIVISION   OF  YALE
DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thnt
the undermentioned lots in Kamloops Division of Yule District, have
been surveyed, uud a map of same can
be seen at tho oilieo of G*. C. Tunstall,
Esq., Commissioner, Kamloops, and nt
the Lands nnd Works Olliee, Victoria,
wliere forms of proof nud declaration enn
be obtained.
Lot. drp.-Nmiw. 1're.omiillonltoo.No.   Ditto.
440, 1, A. H. Howso,      1.070,     Doc. 3,-1877
441, 1, Donnlil Willkor, i,04S, Mny 4, "
4411, 1, A.HcOoiinoll, LOSS, Oct.18,1870
443,    1, F.lliifllli, 1,071,       Dcc.28,1877
The above or nny other claimants to
the nbovc mentioned lots must prove up
tlieir title to same within three months
from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., April lOth, 1883,
(nplSniSfd)
Notice to Claimants or Land.
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thnt
Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, and 45,
Group 1, Cariboo District, have beeu
surveyed, nnd a map of same ean be seen
at the oliiec of J. Bowron, Esq,, Commissioner, Barkerville, and at the Lands
and Works Ollice, Victoria, whero forms
of application nnd declaration cau bo obtained.
Claimants to nny portion of tlio nbovc
Sections must prove up their claims to
same within tlirec months from date of
this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victorin, B. C, April 10th, IS83.
(apl8ni3fd|
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i* Lot 4/2, Group I., New Westminster District, hns been surveyed forG. E.
Corbould, Esq., us tho lund claimed by
him under Pre-emption Record No, 1,2(11,
dated February lath, 1883, being a transfer of Mr. Mnckio's Pre-emption Claim,
No. 1,210, dated Juno 19th, 1874.
A map of the above Lot enn be soon nt
the Lands and Works Oilieo, Victoria,
and nt the Ollice of J. C. Hughes, Esquire, Commissioner, New Westminster,
whore blank forms of npplicntiou and
declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimant to
the nbovc laud must prove up on tliu
snine, in aceordance witli the provisions
of the "Laud Act, 1875," within threo
months from the date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Depnrtmunt,
Victoria, B.C., April 3rd, 1S83.
(uplltd)
NOTICE TOJAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act uml Provincial
Ue venue Tax.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, In
i\   accordance with tbo statute-., thnt
Provincial Revenue Tux and idl Tuxes
luviod under the Assessment Acts nre
now duo for the year 1883, and payable
at my oflico. Assessed Tuxes, if pnid mi
or before tho 30th Juno, 1883, uro uollcct-
ibte at the following rates, viz,: -
-\ of I per cent, on Real Property.
5 cents per acre on Wild Land.
One-fourth of 1 per cent, on  Person!) 1
Property,
1 of 1 per cent, on Income
If paid after June 30th, I883i-
i of I por cent, on Real Property.
0 cents per acre on Wild Land.
\ of I per cent, on Pei-soiial Property.
■■' of 1 per cent, on Income.
J. C. HUGHES,
Assessor nnd Collector,
Jan. 8th, 1883, feUtd
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Education Bhakcii of
Phovincial Secrktauy's Dki-aktmknt.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlint
the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of qualification to
tench in tho Public ScIiooIb of the Province will be held at Victoria, in the
Legislative Hall, commencing on Tuesday, 5th July, ut 1 p. m.
O. C. McKENZIE,
inyliltd      Superintendent of Education.
PnoviNCUL Secretary's Office,
7th May, 1883.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTEN-
ant-Govcrnor has been pleased to
appoint Paulus >Emtlius Irving,
Esq ui re,. Barrister- at-Law, to be Deputy Attorney-General for the Province
to date from the ist instant, vice Eli
Harrison, jr., Esquire, resigned.
myi6-im
Provincial Skorbtary's Okwoe,
26th April, 1883,
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has boon pleased to place
tlio following gentlemen on the Commission of the I'eueo:—
William Lunwiii Riaicii, aiul'Thomas
MKLimuM, of Chilcoatiii, William Mon-
bison, of Lake La Hncho, and William
Laino Meason, of Littlo Doy Crook,
Esquires, for tlie Electoral Districts of
Cariboo und Lillooot.
John P. Smith, Esquire, of Clinton,
for the Electoral Districts of Caribou,
Lillooet nud Yule,
John Pimihiry nnd Joel Bkoadwkll,
of Salt Spring Island, nud EllNKBT SKINNER, of Maple Buy, Esquires, for tlio
Electoral District of Cowiclinn.
Twpbias Pearson Reed, Esquire, of
Soda Creek, for the Province.    [tuy2-]ni
Provincial Secretary's Office,
18th April, 1883.
HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor lias boon pleased place
the following gentlemen on the Commission of the Pence:—
Neil MoArthuk, Esquire, of Lako La
Haelie, for the .Electoral Districts of
Cariboo and Lillooet.
Frederick Soues, Esquire, of Clinton, for the Province.
Geqroe Willisoroft, Peroival R.
Brown, JqnN Cuthrert, Charles W.
Cliffoiui, and William H. Demtstkr,
Esquires, for tho "Coast District," us defined iu u notico issued under-tlio provisions of tiie "Mineral Ordinnuflo,18u0,"
published iu the Government Gazelle on
the 18th December, 1809. np25llll
PUBLIC JMOTICE.
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Gov
ernor has been plcnsotl to direct
that Chap. X., Section 7, of the "Regulations for the Examination of Public
School Teachers," (approved Oth -January, I8S:.,) be amended, by adding thero
to, nt the end of the snid section, the
following words, viz,:—"or lie must be a
"Grdduatoof some .British University,
" who bus proceeded regularly to his do-
" greo, and must satisfy tho Examiners
"of his knowledge of the art of teaching,
"and school discipline and management."
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B, C„ 1st May, 1SS3.
myU-lni.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
YALE  DIVISION   OP   YALE   DIS-
TRICT,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
i\ Lot 40, Croup I, Yale Division of
Yule District, has been surveyed fur Mr.
L. A. Agassi/., ns tho land whicli he
claims under Pre-emption Record No.
282, dated February Oth, 1878. A map
of same can be seen at tlio bands k
Works Ollice, Viotoria, nnd at the ollice
of E. Dewdncy, Esq., Commissioner,
Yale, where forms of Proof and Declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other clnhnuuts to
this laud must prove up their claims ns
provided in Section 15 of tho Laud Act,
KS75, within three mouths from tin; dato
of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lunds k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, March 12th, 1883.
(mh21joD)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the     undermentioned     lots    In
N'
Group Two, New Westminster District,
hnve been surveyed, nnd n mnp of same
enn be secu at tho ollicu of J. C, Hughes,
Esq., Commissioner, New Westminster,
and nt the LandB k Works Department,
Victoria.
Lot. Orii. I'rg-omptidii Hoo, No.   Ditto.
491,   2, J. Darker, 1076,     Mny30(lB73
4X!,   '2, J.Mnnro, 1M7,      A|>l.:!-i,is77
434,   2, .I.Olmimmii, 14011,       ftMJ7,1877
430,   2, D. art-ydl, 1447,      Mny 10,1870
The ahove or any other claimants to
the abovo lots must provo up their
claims, iu accordance with the provisions
of Sec. 15 of the Land Act, 1875," within three mouths from the date of this
notice.
Eorins of proof uud declaration eon bo
obtained nt the Lands mul Works Oilieo,
Viotoria, und at the Commissioner's
Otlice, New Westminster.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of l.nuds& Works,
Ijinds k Work*- I 'cpnrtinent,
Victoria, B. G, 12th March, 1888,
(inl)21jo9)
Notice lo (ilttlnuuils or I-nml.
COAST DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undermentioned hinds in Const
District have been surveyed, and maps
of same can bo seen at the Lauds and
Works Department, Victoria, wliere
Porms of Proof and Declaration cun bo
nbtaiued,
Lul. ll-uigi-. Dnlvi
1       -2      J.OIii-'tiin, A|''itii:iUl'>ti
I'-jiHirliii-e Sti'it. 14,1882
3 -J        T. Sllt'llloU,   I'I0-01HJr-
tloii lice, l,f.(H> .I'm-   0.   "
4 2      \V. II. Mallory,  I'm.
uiii|iti<)li f!i<c.t 1,651,AiiK.:fll(18S1
6       2      T.S1i'>U-«lt,Ai.|i1t.-i.Ui).i
topureliaim ei-pL f, 188-i
a      •>     J. Gintliun-, I'ru-omii* •
tluii I'm:.,   1,502 Ami.   C,   "
1      6     ,1. I>. IVtirron, Apiill-
mll'in tu •i--rrliii[io...Jiiiit! 17, "
■2       ;,      II. K. rr,ia.4ilk', 1'r-p-
.mililioi- llir., \,tiV\..hee.    f>, 1881
:i     .'■     .1, n.Wi.iTi-i., h-.-.'i.i'-.
tlrmlltiL-., I'lfi'l OH.   IS,   "
4       5      .1. P. Wnrrni, A]i|.llcii-
tl.xi ta ii.m-!<ii!.i< Hf|.i. It.lSvj
6       lt. V,. ChHwhllK A|..
-ilkiltlnil In -iiiitIi.im'..IllIU' ''7. "
tl       5       .1.Wil-.ii, lVi>.--iii->lli>N
llt-o,,   1,648 Miir.24,18Nl
The above or nny other claimants to
the abovo lots, must prove up thuir
clnlniB iu neeorduueu with tho provisions
of the "Land Act, 1875," within threo
mouths of the ditto of this notico,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works,
Lunds k Works Department,
Victoria, lb 0., March 20th, 1883.
(nih28td)
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
$500  REWARD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a reward of Five Hundred Dollars
will bo given by the Government for
sueh information as shall loud to the
apprehension and conviction of the persons concerned in the killing and wounding of Chinamen near lytton on or about
the evening of the 8th lust.
JOHN  ROBSON,
Provincial Soorotary,
Provincial Secretary's Ofiiee,
16th May, 1883.       "       myl0m2
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
N
OTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN
that an Order of the Honourable
Executive Council, approved on the
30th August, 1870,   which reserved
certain lands in the vicinity of Port
Simpson from pre-emption, has been
rescinded by an Order   in Council,
approved the 30th March, 1883.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner L. & W,
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B, C, May 8th, 1883.
myio-im
HOTIOE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE, AND OF
Nisi Prlus, and of Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery,
81II be held at LYTTON, on Monday
with .Tune, 1883,   By command,
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Vicioria, B. C, May4"h, 1883.
myio-im
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
NEW WESTMINSTER,
DIRECTORS FOR 1883-84.
\V. N. ltoi.i:, President.
.1. W. ilAltVKY, Vice-President.
W. II. Kkaiiv, Sce.-Trcus,
ii. ]•:. Corl-oul-l, ,1ns. CunniiiKlinm,
H. Elliott, C. Mi McNuugliten,
annuaTreport
Tlie Directors of tlio ttoynl Columbinn
Ilospitnl have to renorl Mint duvlnuMie
yciirs l-iKJ-tfl then- lots been u law in-
i-reuse over lm-vioiiH yeurs of patients ml-
inllle.l to ilu> lustinil ion. This, willi the
tli-ltiplilntf-1 shite of the liuildliiK, m-ei'ssl-
f:d- ii :tii Ini'iv'isi-d exiiriidlture. You Will
notice in tlie Treiisurer's report tlint over
Kimi has heen expended on repairs, over
il'.-n 1.11  .'-until...-, .md   ■■.'.*. 11 m. .1 loc*,
miikiiH-ii t'jlnl n'uliriut f-TUti, which had to
he deducted from over receipts, which enn
not In- counted lu the iicluul expenses of
tlie Institution, A largo uuinhet'of pn-
tlents have heen admitted, soul from the
Unilwny works iihont Yule, uml no contributions hnvo heen received from the Dominion Clovcrnineiit or the railway eon-
Iruclors towards, (he support of liiislnit>e
und InerOAElng class of patients.
In conclusion, wo have to relterule the
coiuplnint so frequently made by our official predeeessors us lo the m-cesslly of
establishing n UIIomofoi*Ineuriiulos,"utul
ivunviilliij-lf not entirety reeonstriiclin-
the llnsplliil hllildlll-,'. The necessity nf
an increased irruill Is a self-evident proposition, If the Hospital is lo tnlec Us proper
place anioiu* t lie ehurlluhle institutions of
British Columbia.
Annexed nre the Trcnsurer's nnd Snr
goon's reports.
StfllGEON'S REPORT.
Nicw Wbstsiitsstbk, Apr, IL', 1883.
To thv Jitunti of Management of tho lloynl
Culiimliian Hospital:—tii:.\'n.i'.Mi:N: 1 hnvo
the honor to submit Ilie following statement of euses In lhe Hovul Columbian
Hospital durlni'the yenr ISjtt:
Number of patients under Ircalnienl In
theliiispliiildurln-ilbe yenr, loi; nnmher
of outdoor path-ills, m.   Total, 'ill.
Number of deaths durlin; tin; year, II.
t'nuse nf death: Paralysis, »: heart disease, -I; dlahelcs, 1; debility, I;-.'iintriene, 1,
fraclure spine, I; exhaustion, elt'eets of severe burn, I,
I would recommouiUhnl (he building he
thoroughly whitewashed. Also, (but u
nurse be appointed lo assist lhe Superintendent In his Unties, whieh uro dully becoming more arduous.
I hnvo tho honor lo be,geu11eiiieii,y<uir
obedient servunl.
.1. A. SIVEWUIQIIT, M. 1).
TREASURER'S REPORT.
UKt'Ktl'IS.
Balance on band nisi March. 1882...$ 807 03
firuilt frniuUov'l forIJiiiouliiscml-
ing'llsl March, 18*')  liiii ihi
Received from pnyliii: patients    H.1I 00
Received from siihserlpilons     «7 f-0
Donations from It. ('. Church     el
Donations from Kplscopal Church..    27
Balance sill] mvliiR 1072*1
Total SU017 2S
ttxi'BNnrruiiES.
Milk 8 2M 02
Wood   :fj.n.i
Groceries  7*.i 211
lung-    I»l 71
Men!   701 71
Repairs    *,|2 1:1
Medical at Icmlatiee    f-Ol tl*i
SI. ward    nun thi
Cook    800 on
WnshlngniuLsurubblns   I'd 75
Medical comforts  211 M
Vegetables, Inclndlm: potatoes  Ill .(X
I'liiici-ds  114 (HI
ilrrml  'IM i!
l-'iiriiltuiv  IW fi!r
Lights..-.,:.I oil, etc  U-i:i7
il ;: ".  02-i'i
I'i Inl In:.'and advert hiin:  M 12
msurnnooon building  i.">ou
Slumps and stationery  :w 77
shii-i.iii-*|liicimihh-s  :»(I0
Auditing, two years...  20(H)
K.Mra nkhl nniM-  ,N> HU
FIkI  22 -2o
1'rilll  r. 00
sundries  It] OO
Total ...30017 2*4
Kxninliicil and fon nil correct.
.IAN. W. IIARVKV, Auditor.
WM. II. KKAKY, Treasurer.
DISSOLUTION OF P'llTMISIIII-,
THE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO
existing between W, 11. Wright ninl
Itnfncl Vnlcimicla, ns genornt trailers and
packers, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts duo hy the late fit-in
will bo paid hy Rafael Valenzuela, and
all accounts owing to tho late linn to he
paid only to the snid Rafaol Vnloiizucln,
[Signed]) R. VALENZUELA.
W. H. WRIGHT.
Witness:   F. Souks.
Clinton, 23(1 April, |ss:i.       [up'-'H-lm
NOTICE,
NOTICE IS HKRtillY GIVEN Til AT
the Assess) ne u til toll of thu Municipality of Richmond is now open for inspection nt tlie house of 'Boyd k Kilgour,
North Arm.
All persons dooming themselves improperly nsselsud slmll, within onu month
from this date, notify the Clerk of their
grounds of complaint,
BAM. MILLER, C. M. C.
Richmond, 14th Mny, 1888.       im
NOTICE.
A til PKBSOlfS WHO HAVE ANY
olnllns njjuliut tlio Firm nf ADAIH
k COMPANY, Fii.li Cnnnm*, Fritter
Kivor, nro raiuceteil to fnrwnl'il the same
at mice tn tlieir Holicltore,
Miasm. DAVIE k I'OOU'.Y,
Lniiijloy Street, Victorin.
Duteil llril Moit'li, 1883, mll7
THE    PURE-BRED
CLYDESDALE STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
uud District fairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland. Bright dapple
hayj 17 hamls; weight, 1800 Hjb. Will
make the season, 1st May to Ist August,
ut Gonzalo'H Farm, nenr Victoria.
TERMS: §25, duo 1st Aug. Insurance §8l1, due when mure in fonf; pnstnre,
SI por week. Half steamboat fares ul-
lowed to mures froni a distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accidents,'but
ut risk of owners of marcs.
J. D. PEMBERTON,
mill-Mo P.O.Victoria, Box 240.
II GREAT ENGLISH I1EMDV
Isiiiiovi-r-lidllnj!
Cure for Nervous Debility, Kx-
luitisl-'-i Vitality
of a ny I; i a '1,
WciH-iifsa, I'ur-
tilyais, Prosin-
tnrrlioen.tind n'l
ilie tfiiitilc cf-
[fK'lBOl.HUlthrdl
follies,nnd excesses In niatiircr years.
DK. MINTIK  will    agree  tn   ford-it
Five Hmi'lred Dollars Tor a ease ni
this kind the Vital llt-Hloratlvc (tinder
his speeinl ailviee und tri-aUueiiljn'ill not
curr>. or for unythirjr impure or injurious
fount .i. It. DB. MINTIK 'Mils nil Dis-
eases niccesfifully without mercury.
Consultation frC'S Thorough einml-
natton nnd udvire, $5-00, Ptice or Vltnl
Restorative, $;itJ0 u bottle, or four *4
times the qunniily, $10-00; sent to uny
address upon receipt of pric?. orO O. D,,
secure from observation, nnd in private
nnme if desired, by A. E. MINTIE*
M. D.
Those who cannot visit DU. MINTIK
In San Frnnckco should send u full und
minute statement of their (roubles with
$25-00, nnd in return n full i-oursc of
Medicine will be forwarded, seeundy
packed, so as not tu excite curiosity.
All orders for medlclnv C. 0. D. must
be accompanied with $1.00 (us it .jninr*
ant on of good faith), wliich will be deducted when the pneknge is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FBEG.—Sant on
application by Idler slating symptom?,
sex nnd nge. Communications strictly
confidential. jny31-ly
11 Reui'iu-y fiircet, Sim Francisco, Cnl.
DR. LIEBIG,
400 deary Street,
SauFrnaclscOtCal
OiHCTINUKSTO-rilKAT silii-
o'--fully liy lluiiiooiiiitliy
-J overy form of Bpectnl orOlirotifc
U ntsDJiHu WltllOUt Mi'iniivurNnii.
UJ -icons Dnis*. Dlt. MKEIIO'S
(£ INVHiOUATOIt Uii|.u«!tlv i.i
Oncniiniiotit   euro   foi-   Sciulmil
.     WcnhiiesK, NiTviuis unit I'liyxical
r- llablllly, Lint Mftiilioml, Vltnl
(ft i:\liiniBtl-iii, nml nil tliu liTi-lblo
1 1 si rcmill-nifKliiii-iil nnt nro, excess.
a.-Y' Od nml   yoiitlifill folllos.    Tho
K."- lliwtnr will iiistvo in  writing tn
lorfolt 31.000 fm' iicnMtlist
1 liu iiiidtTjiikcs mul tiiil-i to euro.
\ Tlio rOilSon   thotllllllil-l r.m i'i»t
cured of iji'inliml WcukncHH
Ilie ill 11 jvi> iIIhuiiucs In iiivitii*
1 c.-iiii'lfi'iitiiin cullcil I'rmdi-
tuiilit'ii, wliirli iviiiiiri'J ti fiii'i'ltil
Frmiioily.   DU.   I.lKHIfl'S   1N-
Q VltlOUATOIt, Nu. 'J, tui-Spo-
q clflu   Cure   fur   I'rnatiitmrlion.
5J Prico uf either liivlj-orntor, $'2
O per bottle, or e bottles $10, Sent
HT to nny iullr«eM securely cnvorcil
frttiiKilisfi'viiliitn. HemInnl\Ye,ik.
im nm iiiiil rrostntorrbon ilrain vl-
-^ tiitily frum thu liuilyniiil cnimo
-— numerous  ilisensen   thnt   bnllle   ,
oiiltnnry nu'ilinil trciitmoiit.   If
nlluweil tn c.'i.thi*i-*,Ilie iniiiiiiu-
ral Inns iinects tbo vltnl ortinus,
         which CMIltU (li'stniylni* ilUonsos.
ColHUillptioIl 1 IHiii.i-lrs,   lli'i-lil'n   DlilltlO,   Jllllll-
.l[i*e,lii>.n!ltv,r|i'. lixccsses, N'uil-ll'l), Abme.Iii-
boilteil Winliui-*, MnliiiitrliliHi, H|iimil nml Cobs
hml Cuni|il»tiil' brin-; nil Ihe uliom futnl dini-iiSM.  fl
Dehllity nn<l Scmliint W6nknesi olutrucl tbehn. ^
'lortiint uml iuT-!K!i.ii-y nets or lifo mul their onjoy*
ments,   Ciliesliiiiii'iiiitee.    DlscnscHnf tlioOenl-
tii-llrinni-y Oij-iiii:., Ivlilney. Liver nml UlmbI0r.11
Sjiochilty,   Tin' mm IV coll) pi II bits nml illseiwesnf
women r-[ii'wlll> iin-.il; oniMiltiitl.-uii! otlice or by
lotli'r, free mu1 contMimllnl.   Ilenponslblo imrtlos
ciitiiii'iiiiip. |myments in the snuie mmnier iih thoy m
would oiu*iliiy tlieir fumlly iihyslrlnn,   Strides!
si'cruey 111 iu 11 In! tied,
ONE   HOTTMS   VHEE.
Itogulnr Slxo Huttto of either liivi,-.iriitm' Sent  am
Free to hIiow the Wondeiful   iirotiortles of  tbo y§
Grentest liivl(j.milur Known t«MiKiern Sileuttsts.
Stntesviiiiitniin, ii-ie, if imirrhil, Ac.
full or uddriss 1)11. I.IKIIIO A CO., No. 400
tliiiiy Streot, corner Mudoii, Ban t'miicisco, Cnl,
l'rivnto eutriuici', 40,') Mnson Slrcel.
QeAMi-irti ash Hr-srossuiLE.—Dlt. LIKUM k
CO. Orgmilxcil In com*iHiuico with Cnllfuruin Uw.   '
Diploma [irofiircd by rcKiilnr collottB ediicntlnii.
17 yenrs sjici-liil pmotlco, mid duly liconsed In nc-
cordnuce with Cnllfiiriiiii Medical Uiw.        tlo2
2:
EARS
Foo
FOR THE
MILLION!
Ghoo's   Balsam
Shark's Oil
of I
Positively Restores the Hearing, ami
is tho Only Absolute Ouro for
Deafness Known.
TM* Oil Is n1islructi.il frum perullnrs|iecle-iof
-.in-ill While Nlim-k, ciiiuilit In tbu Yellow
Sen, known nil CAROIURUDON ItONIiKLtTiI. Every
Cblni'se lliliunnnn hnows It. lis virtue nn u
rcsleriitlvo of hoiirlii-j wns discovoretl by n llmld-
lii.-i Vilest iiiluul the yuur U10, Its cun-i were m>
nutnoroui nml many mo iiefimliifflr mlrn-
oilloiiM. tlmt tbo remedy wns ■■itli-lnlly jiro.
tbiiuii'il over lhe entire Kui|iiie. Its use bccilinu
so univeisiil tlml for over 30U ytmr* no
Den flies-- linn cxl-itvil Hinoiifj* the Chi-
lioio iicniile. Sent, chnrijos *ire|,iilit, to nny
■oMl'i'Mllt •*l.lN)|i.'|-|-ntlle,
Henr What the llcnf Sn).
It hns ■"■ifiinneil n mlmile lu my Mie.
I lmvo no uiienrtlily iuisen In my head nml henr
much hcttor. - ■
I hnvo been arenlly buuellttr-d.
Mv ilenluess hel'ied n jrutt 1te.1l—think iinolher
Initio will cure mo.
"Its virtues nre esguii-iriosAm.1* nml Its cim*.
TIVK 0IUHA0IWI Mi-i-MTl:, AH 1 III: IVUlTKIl C\H VCR,
SliSALU   TESTIFY,   tloTIl   I'llOU UtPRStlXOR ASD OB-
IMlVATIOK. Wrlle ut once to llM'tocK k JCNNIT,
7 Ilev Street, New York, onclwlllB JI.00, mul ymi
will receive by return n remedy tlint Mil emilile
ymi to henr like nnyhoily cine, mid whose curnllve
eiticl-i will he |iermnnont. You will novor rcf-rut
dolui* 10."—Koiton or Mrne.,KT)i,n HrviKvr.
»i>-ta nvuld loss In  the Mnlls, ].lru-i' send
money hy HeKlilcrcil Lrttrr.
Only I in lior (c (I liy
HAVLOCK Sb JENNEY,
7 1Ieyflt.,N. V,
Hole AgviltH for Amorlcn. unlyl
DR. SPINNEY & COS
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DU. S1UNNKY, well kiinwn ns (bu foHii.
dornrihiiMniitri'iil.fC. K.l Medli-nl IiimII- _
lute, nnd Into I'roiiriutorol Ihe SJ'INNKYVIU.K 1
INc'lllMAKY, woiibl moil ri'Hin-ct Hilly In form
his |intlunts loultbi' nOlicted--oiienilly, thnt b*
still oontlliuoi to tient clironiDHnd norvous dis.
enses with iin|)iil*iilleled success.
LADIES AND C»BNTU!MEN,
OOMSAND BE HEALED.
It mnttois not wlmt yuur (rmibles mny be, muiie
utul tot tho I'lH'inr exmiiliie ymircuse lt will
cost you notliliiji fm' consiiltntlon, sonloiisn cnll
nml sntlsty younelve.x wbelhei lln Doctor inider*
Ntiiuds yuiir mm1, li hu enn euro you he will toll
you soi If nut, ho will tell you Hint, for lie will
liul mi'lertiikn n cuso liuliss he Iscoiifbli-llt uf of*
fort I li!{ U rtll 11.
I'mlles nt n illiiniice wishing trcnlmeiit, hy   •
Ki'iulliiir \T> nml 11 mluiito i1encrl|itlon of thoir
tronl lis will roi'i-lvo in returu n full cminio ol
trenlmciit sci'iuely iiucked no us imt lo exclto ctl.   '
rloslty. * (
nit,  SI'ISNKY will tunii-iiiitec to toifelt  Vlv*
Hiiinli.il  Dolbiri tor every cusp of nny kind or j
I'liiiriii'ter which be unili'ilukeinud fulls tueiirs.  ' 1
I1. H.—For discuses of "hurt siiiudlu-*, 11 ftill \
lurse of 1 Urines, sufUclent fur » euro, with I
nil lii.-iini-linuH, will be smil l» nny mldros) ou "
— •IliUfJIO.
Cnllor Aitdrcs-i
Dr. HIMSNEV *, CO.,
• ly      No, II Kerirm'y.Hl.,H«ri FmmH'-ei-.Cnl.

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