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Array Provincial Sccroln'
THE BRITISH C0LUMS1AN
 is ruiiLiaiifUi—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— 11 V — *
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. ENTRAHOE TO EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS department throuoii T. R.
Pearson & Cos. Book & Stationery Store.
TfiftJIS.-nv Mnll, tanyeiiri *160 IbrOmoi.l
fl feellineH.; payable In Advance, llollvereil
liy Oiinler or Agent, $1 ]n,r tjlliu-ter, lin.vnlilo
qnririorly le Onrrler er Agent.
AQENT8:
T. N, Hibsen & Co. Viotoria.
WeCHARRikON Vale.
L. P. FISHER AiIvortlBteir Agent. 21 Men-hunt's
Kxclllingo, Sim [.'riinriHiro, Is fintlterised le receive
A,iverl[KementR [Vir tills imjior.
THIS PAPER SK-SPSW'ffiS
Newspitpor A'lrert'ulng BuroniiOO i**i'nii*<' St.).
■.vlinri* ndmrliMing tontnicls iiiuv In; mnilu liu* it. in
KIIH VOltii.
lite gritish Columbian.
Weilnci<ltiy Momliin, J5ci>i, i:t, 1889,
Mttnleiiml Iiislilntions.
There hro within tbe Distitctof;
New WeatStoinster six municipalities,
jiot counting tbe one in this city,
and   tbeie is room for more.   It
would be unfair to judge of the usefulness of these institutions by tbe
practical   results already attained;
Moro or'less stumbling and tumbling
dining tbe baby-hood peiiod of suoli
institutions appears to be inevitable;
and it i's a notable cnciirostance that
n greater amount of tlmt sort of
thirg lias developed itself iu the city
■municipality titan in any—uiliy we
not say all 1—of tbe 'rival ones,   If
would almost seem  ns if the city
would never emerge tVom i's babyhood period iu this iaspect*.   Tlieie
need be ro hesitation iVhate'vei' in
aiitvibutipg the want of iuo'esat's-
fiioto'-y results lo i idiffo'ence on tbe
pn'-t of the 'lue-jiiiye s the-iiseii^s—
^lidiH'e-tjfce us to the choice of councillors, ai'd   intliflo'epca as to the
maimer   iu   whioh   they disclttuge
their duiics aPter election.    "Like
master' like u'nui."   An iiutiflqitiiifc
master makes an iiidiHe-entsoi vai't.
'Considering tbe Imge ta.iing powers
and tbo latgoievenuestit .their dis-
;posal, it is sui-p'ising that greater
linporUnco has not been nt'Cu'ched to
'the position  in  this city.    If late-
■jiayers were as zealous in seeking
out and* eleciing tbe best men anil
strengthening their hands in doing
right after election  us the bulk of
'thein would appear to be in 6ndlt'g
fault with what ia done, very much
more gratifying results would undoubtedly follow, uud  this community wouhl not be tbe laughing stoc-f,
as has sometimes been iho case, to
surrounding ones in* iwspect of iis
municipal adiniuist-atioti.    Tt would
bo, as it ought, a pattern fo*' others.
■But the main object of this aiiiule is
not to lect-tpo either 'own occounl-y
'corporations; but rutber to endeavor
'to impress both with tho incteasiugly
important functions that both ait;
sue to be ca'led upon to e.'ioi'oise in
the near future.   British Cohimbiu
is, so to speak, just emo-ging from
the chrysalis state.    With the rapid
j.rogress aud eaily completion of tbo
Cuuadian Pacific IJailwiiy, and with
branch    and   connecting   railways
.about to be uudorfcaVon, this pjifc of
the  Province  more than any other
will bound onwii'd und upwaul.    H
'becomes, theiefoto, the pduiniount
duty of the communities throughout
* the Province, but (for reasons staled)
ft mote pa-tici'lnv'y those on tbo Low-
K'ai' Frusei', to cut tlieir houses iu ov-
"tiler foe the co.ning tide by which
I Uiey shall be borne on to fortune or
1 left like stranded cabs, according as
tlhey improve or neglect the golden
I'oppo-tuuity.    .Adverting moio pur-
K'tioiitniJy to iiral municipalities, wo
Tboltevo tho time 1ms arrived when
jit  should   bo  satiously cbnBtdeied
[whether it would not be conducive
Ito economy and tbe best interests of
Itho country that to tho Various cor-
Pporations should bo delegated the ro*
Riponsibility of e ..pending legislative
■runts for loud:*, tfce., wilb'ii tlieir
Ibounds.    J't scetus pO'-fdctly e'ear to
Wpwt mind  that if counbils aie com
jposod of tbe best men to be found in
Iho icspcctivo localities, tlley must
constitute the best medium for sticli
irxpendituies.    Being on  the spot
fcliey ought to constitute  tbe best
ludges, and having a diroct personal
|jite est in tho money being laid out
i tbe best  possible advantage, they
ght to be capable of Attaining tbo
fiost [■utisuic'.ory  results.   Tliis  is
ringing ce|f-gove,'ntnent right dowii
ovo-'y iriiut's dodi'j and  tliat is
|st what should  be aimed at.   In
joportion as this is done will the
Irrupt employment of revenue and
la bungling and uneconomical pros*
Mtion of public works by the con*
Rl Oovornmciit disappear,
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1882.
NUMBER 21
V ffiltlsf! Diplomats TriiimpEi.
The Debuts, commenting on tho triumph of English diplomacy at Co;i-
iitantiiitiplu, says:— "One fact is beyond doubt, viz., Unit England is n.nv
quite unfutturcd.......Tliu   Prciuiur
tloas not appear ifioliiwd to njake
Egypt a Uritish province, but be evidently means to subject it to the ex-
cilusive ascendancy of England. It is
true lie bus accepted Italy's proposals
for Insuring the protection uf tho Suck
Gaiu.l, but ten much imporUnoo must
not bu attached tu this concussion, for
ifc ia qualified by ono of thoso reservations as to unoontrollftbie circumstances which English diplomacy knows
how to.turn to smili good account."
The Francois points out that Mr.
Gladstone in hisMuuaicmllouBoapuoeli
adopted Bf. Wadding ton's Berlin
phrase with a significant variation;—
"Our ministers boasted of having coine
out of the European crisis witti clean
hands. Mr. Gladstone, moro practical, contents himself with saying that
lie outers Egypt with clean hands; ba
does not engage to come away so, The
difference is noteworthy, and contains
ti Bomowlmt impertinent irony directed
at the artless candor of our Republican diplomacy.'' Tht* Temps, which a
week or two ago was convinced that
Germany would never allow England
to have all her own way iu E»ypt,
now lakes note that Turkey is left 'hi
the lurch and is mailing concession
after concession. It regrets Mr. Gladstone's brevity as to the wider field
opened up for England. "Ho did not
indicate where be fixed ifs limits, nor
did he say whether in Im opinion England was to lmvo tho whole Course to
lioriiblf, or whether she meant to invito tho other European, powers to
enter the liehl with Iter." The Gvcik-
bote, wliich fo inspired by tlie Berlin
Govornment, publishes au nrticlo on
tbo Egyptiaii tpieatioil, in ftliitih it is
stai'etl iliat though public opinion in
Germany is, on the whole", hostile to
En;;!.mmI, tlie Genu,in Government is
obliged io take a different view of the
question, The Fitroign OfHee at Berlin cannot risk the Joss uf its good relations with any of the other Powers
by paralysing and counteracting their
policy without being absolutely forced
to do so. Geriimey is, in tbe present
case, only a spec.ator, net; an actor,
and has no call to net tho schoolmostor
or moralizur. Sho has neither the
wish nor the right to play the part of
a censor in Europe, aud to Iny down
rules for other rowers in affairs in
which sho herself fo uninterested, as
Fiance did before 1870. The security
of the traffic through tho Such Canal
is n question of the highest importance
for England, whereas Germany has
scarcely any interest in 4. The German Government has only lo protect
its own interests- not iiioso of other
Towers, and it will, therefore, neither
give a mandate to England to net on
tlio Nile without the cooperation of tho
Porte nor hinder England doing there
what she thinks necessary for the British interests. Germany would only
tliink it her duty to ihterfcro if her
own interests were menaced. This
eventuality has as yet not been realized; should this be the caso, then
Germany will have pleufy of time to
lake her resolutions, which would have
only one aim in view, tho preservation
of peace in Europe.
Cross and Crescent.
Rev. •I'oIiii   ii**itt;ihiii  Uc'-nmes ttnllrin-
Hi-itUleOver i-.i-iiit;* Exploits..
{Ho FiiujcI:o» Moj'iiIb30i'.ll.)
Rev. John Hemphill delivered iho
first of n series of lectures oil "E^ypt,"
last ovening, at Calvary Church, to a
large co.i^t'egftfcion. ''Human liisfory,"
said Mr. Hemphill, "is the fullilment
of divino prophecy. God, speaking
llu'oujrh Esekiol, predicted that Egypt
sliould bo laid waste by tlie Imi)da of
&i,rangers, and become tho basest of
mu ions, aud to-day wo iind iho prophecy Fulfilled, for whore on iho face
of earth is to. be.foimdu. baser nation
than E*;y[*l, alihouglrit was uot always
so. Alexander the Great was [-he lirst
eonciicrei'of this sti'iiii^e louii laad,
and near tho waiorS of the grtwd old
Nile ho founded tho majestic oity of
Alexander—complete and superb—
whero flocked tho ariisis, the philoso-
lihers and learned nion from all pov-
tioiis of tho earth. For cenhtries it
wns tlio con tor of art, science and
Hinrmnro, lis namo was comiec.ed
wiih great nion and groat historical
ovo.i'h. Si;ice the lime of. the Macedonian, Alexandria has had many
rulers from among tho nations of tlm
earth; ObrisMans and Mohammedans
have alierautbly reigned over its people, rftid onco more tho so.is of Pan
an.d Jaffa, ihe east and the west, havo
met hi nuirdoi'oiis coiillictou its snores.
A nation not yet born whon AJetaiu-
tli'ia iVr.s in its Konith is now iu possession uf its streets, its yellow dor.iea
and numerous mosques. It at ono
tilno auoniod as if the religion uf Mohammed would almorb that of the
Cross, and for centuries has the scourge
beeri permiiied tu havo foothold in
Egypt, but its glory and its power have
now passed away. The boom of English cauiiuu, battering down the forti-
jicuiious of Hlttm, has lwetborated
tlii'oii'jihout the world. Tiioy tell us
that tbo glory of England has departed. 1 do not think so. Tho mar of
her artillery is a pledgb that sbo will
in the future, as in tho past, protect
her countrymen. England is a glorious laud, whero law never boc-unos
tyranny, and whero liberty and Ohris-
iianily reign supreme, Waves of kuo-
e'essivo revolutions have struck her
bIuH'ch and recoiled shattered; England, bo thiuo to guard the light from
all eclipse, and carry into the land of
Moses God's grand truths. A venire
the nfussnero of thy slaughtered sons
and daughters, shelter the opprossod,
extend thy commerce, fight tho battles
of tho Son of God and bless tho
world.'1'
T!;T:,I;^S,jBlACE2iiTEIIG
I ) ami Blank Hook Monuiacturor,
Maps aud Drawing Paper Mounted.
Flics of Magazines, IUtuitmtod Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Ko vi1 rn men! Sfrcot, Victoria*, B.C,
FIRE INSURANCE
(AT BMiffETTE MILLS.) .
TflE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Caifltal, ■ £2,000,000 Sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Wostn/iinster
Columbia St., New Weatmiiister.
MERCHANT   TAILOR 1
UTTON   SQUABB,
NEW   WE8TM1USTEB.   B.   C.
'TTAVTOO JUST RKCKIVKn AN
I L oxteiisive Stock of Now ami Fiiali-
ioiiablo GOODS, t will lie glatl ty racoive
onlers, whioh will- be promptly eseoiiteil
nml
USTGOOD irj'J' (10AKAXTl!liI).'.H
ToniiB Strictly uasli.
""IO W. ELSON.
S.   H.
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New WEsiMinsTi.fi, B. C.
mm ith, <httij:kv tiBcoirri),
S€ISSttB8 SnAItl'E^n,
SEWING MAO MINKS
Cleanetl nntl Hopoirod.   "Maeliino
Necfllcs for Kalo.
EniiircEijiHiiiniSfd, and -tJciienil Kcpitlr-
lug iicaiiy'loue.
Ammunition of ;i!i kinds. A full assort-
ment of Re-bading Tools, and everytlihig
reqnirctl by a Sportsman. Riflhs, Shot
Oons, Ri;voi,vi-;iis, and FlSHJSG TACltm?
for wile, - d24y
ABVANTAfiES OF TE
Ovei' the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
-fllE BEACGH LIGHT is
nn Oil of HlgiiTost with a %lit gmvlty,'
whioli makes thu Oil a protection against
explosion.
Out* Orillnnry Burner glvca«(llrll-
liaall l.iKhli'iiiini in'iVii Cniiilli'
lights I
Its oilor is not offensive,   The Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM  SMOKE !k SMELL.
Ill point of Kconoinv, the Beacon Light
Oii ia
I.K5S KYl'KNSiVH tllkX OTIIKII Oil*.
' The Gonsnmer hnrning one light- f...r
Four Monrs-M'ill not consiiine over One
Gill, or one thirty-second part of a Hal.
Inn. whioh does not tax the Consumer
more than Two I 'ents for a whole night.
Ori'lWflKlMEK 1I1IOS.,
fel Sole Agents, Viotoria, U.C.
TTAVING ENGAGED THE SER-
J I. vices of Mr. Jas. Si'ikbs, mul
fitted our Shop with a set of first-class
Tools, we are iu a position to turn out
the best quality of work in this lino.
myi3 IJidlECK BEOS, k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHOEi'S
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   TRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
ninbiast., New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1S5II.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opiiosllo Ilie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST.
i.    assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS ANB VEGETABLES
CVnir-tantly oii hand, and anppliocl to Fani
•ilii-a, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tlio
LOWEST POSSIBLE TRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AM)—
MUSICAL INSTRUIEITS
OF EVERY DESCHII'TIOIv,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLBSS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fllic Asssnrhueiitt from $23 to s?fiO,
—AT—
BAdiNALLbCO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOVKKMEST STIIEET, VICTOBIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
riASOrOIiTK&OllllASTlI.NKK&liKI'AIRKK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie Citj,
THE epLffiRY DEP,l«T.liE.\T
IS tlNDKIf, TT1K  CIIAHOM  OV AN
BXPJSEUSNCMD ARTIST.
mHK UXI'KliSIiiNKD BEGS I..EAVK
.L to annoiilico to the Pablio tlmt lie
lias purehaHt'd the iiIjovo ljtitc-1, whore
everytliliig will lit'found Iir.st-clil.si3, und
at reasotiablo rates.
The'Parlora and Sleejiihg Aiiart-
llll'llts ai*» under tlm Biipimiitondonca*
uf Mia, Aitstin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies*
Families and Private Parlies.
A Private Hearting Knout, com;
nioiliouH, comfortably turrilsheaj nntl
-ivisll Bupplibct with hooka ami gapers- fo
providt'ti for the uso of guosta.
'■P.tiin   3&J2k.-£s,
la.supplied with tliu oholcosti brands of
WixKA, Liquans, Cioaiis, t&o.
JNO. AUSTIN,
PnormuToit.'
33 jaVW Z3Ei OSET
IEW   WE81INSTER
port Moody.
QTAGES Writ, LEAVE THK 001't-
O DENT HOTEL, New Wibtjuk-
stkh, overy day, nt II a. in,
RKTIJHNING,   will  leave   POUT
MOO IJV ut.'! p. in;
Kirat-nlnsB   Strides,   nnd    nveiytliiny
liecessnry for tlm comfort of raaaeiifloi's.
Also, n good Clivered Ciul'ingi: for hire
nny hour, dny or night.
Orders should lie left nt tlie Occident
Hotel.
R. STEVENSON,
miDte Proprietor;
ROYAL  CITY
mi m t
iaxmxted:
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—At,!. DESCRIPTIONS OK—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
I'litniiis;. Scroll-Sawing, Turn-
illft.   SlllllllllK,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING
executed tn order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0,
JOHN HENDEY,
Manager.
J. H. PLEACEI CO.
lMl'OllTKKS AND UKALERS IN
Wilt
STOVES,
BANGES,   toC, toO.,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE;
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment dohstantly nn Ittnitl, nt
tho LOWEST JIAHKKt HATES.
Tiinviiri! monufaQtiiroa on the premises.   Jobbing promptly uttciulcd to,
sio!.-.sttoo»'s s:»m: nvuMNU,
Xew tVrKlmfit.strr.
(50 TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
Wti I'^ntinno to act as SoHcftors for lat
onts, Diivoata, Trade Marks, Corn'riclita;
oto.; for thw Unitetl States, t'nniKiji.Ou'm,
Englaiul, Friuico. Goraianyi ut'u. Wo
imveiuKlthlrty-nvc years i^iicrlcncc.
Fdtants obhiincil tlircoigli ny nro noticed in tho SonjKTlFid Amkiucax, 1'hia
Inrgt! arid Hplonditl ilhistratod Weekly
paper; $11.20 a year, shows the l*rogrosa
of iSoicnfO. fo vory interesting, aiul hns
nn tnornioii-s oimibition. Artdross,
MUNN k CO., I'ntrnt Solicitors; Cub
Haliera of Hcikntikk- A.Mntitws, ;JT Park
Rofr, Now York. Hand book about I'at-
onts sent free. dol4
\   ( i . ■   i..'  11 it: i,
j!    VrtlKTAItLB
lliJilyrtTmimit'iitlcd
".''.■'      ': ii.fi'a) for     USMtiHNiH'sft,
■   '.'\    r J1.'v.1'rt^;;'!  Uriil-..lji'llt*.    <*<tn-
, ,'„.i ; I I, -■-- ------ 'i KniHiiloti.in(llK(<!f
i ;;■:.■] ■"'< Li fJn'i.i'Kwini'SB.llwirHmro,
' *r^-'-'J iiml tiniv.it, HAMofAp-
,:.'■■— '-"•**—' i-t'Llif. -j.'uti»(H(Wt 1.oNn of
''•T.n-ry, fiour Sifltuitcli, Liver Cont"
IMnlitL.Ol' any MIm hu nrHiiti front tlio Slnm-
«i*)i, IKfrt-'igbr f.:!(3nt'.VM. They uro nnfe.
.'.■'ii'f ,.[• m;, 'M/i'Jiiii.lmlriiciioii, Fromltoa
nn;-
, PER R03T.
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
pOOTS  AND SHOES OF EVERY
.1)   (Iflfloriptiou iniulo to ofdor, nml ro-
puii'iiil, ft'0'.ll itll
INFANT'S  SHOE
-Tn   a~ ■
iwA-wiis  jaoov.
The highest CASH prico pui.l for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Opposite thi: F,.\.*k.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster, B. C.
HAVING PURfMREl) AND
completely re-ftirnisbod and
otherwise greatly improvotl this
woll-known establishment, I have
tlie pleasure to announce that it is
now
OPEN
"For tho reception of Guests.
Conviently located and woll ap-
pointotl in overy department, with
BATH ROOiVSS
And all the most modern appliances, it will be found hi every
respect tlie host, as it fo tho largest
ami most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
Tho
■RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
management both as regards cuihimii
aud*attendance, and parties desiring
them, can have comfortable 1'rlviUC
DllllHg KnOlllS, with special attendance.
The
uar Room
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
nud Li'jHors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
Tlie
muABD mm
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stk.uii.k's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   tho best in
S3" Good attendance and moderate charges.
S. E. INSLEY,
Pkopribtob k Maxaokr,
ApriU, 1882.1 npo
Gran¥i!!e Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUHKARD      INLET.
IMPERIAL
FSRE ENSUHAHCE COMP'IT.
I Old Broad St. and 18Pai«lMall,
LONDON.
INSTllsUirEI) 1808.
FOR INSUIUNli HOUSKS ft OTHER
lhiildiiius. Goods, Wares, Merchandise' Manufacturing itud Pannlilg stock,
Shipy in Tort, lliirbor or Hock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges luid.qttiot Vea-
sols on navigable rivors and oiuials, mid
Goods oil bonrd Blloh 'Vessels, through out
('rent Britoiii and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
rnoH loss ou n.oiAia; iiv fire.
Subsoiibod and Jnvesied Capital)
£1,(300,000 STG.
Rates of T'reniium and overy information can bo obtained on application to
W. J, AKMSTUONG,
Arfont for New \\ ostminster,
\euly Hull, iind Xc«ly Furnished,
Large, mid (.'oitur.odlous.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS OH THE MAINLAND.
Commands nn unbroken view   of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway,
SUITS    OK    ltOONS    FftK    FAMILIES.
Ssjr Visitors and Tourists will find it a
ipiietand pleasant resting place.
Tno scale of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Gool stabling on tlie premises.
JOSEPH   R1ANNI0N.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENDE'S BlilllGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
rPHK   ABOVE   HOTEL   IS   NOW
I    opiin for the acftonuriodation of the
Public, ami tlio proprietor will ontlcavor
to tlcsorvo a fail' share of patronage.
Tha vory host of AVinkm, Liquors a'nd
ClQARS will always he kept,
C.   MORTON.
.Inly I, 1881. nuO
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
rplIM   CNDKHStllXKI)   HAS   FOR
I   saloon rciwiiioMii tenns a fow lin.lt-
broil Avrshil-.' yoarlijia; Hulls, siral hy tho
Tliormi'nhbi-1'il Ayrshire Hull
1» XT 3f! 3P 33 Xi. ± KT ,
Tho tlanis hoine: olioioo   dairy i'ons.
joll
A. S. VKDliKH,
Snlua8.
2STOTIOB.
-IjllSIIKIIMUN AND OTHERS ARE
J} itotin'od that, it in iUepal to import
salmon lindnr any pretence from above
the Siimaa Kiver.
G, l'lTTUXDHTllII,
Fishorv Ovoimor.
July 28,1882. jy'Jll
Jor Silk cx lo licnt.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
mHE SUPSCRlliKRJJAS A KILN
f. of excellent brielrs for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. Jfc-KAY.
New "WcBtminster,*
June 24, 1881. ju25
X\JV\"R   OR   WITHOUT  PURNI-
t V     tnrc, a  Cottage aud IjOt, just
above the Drill  Shed, within five minutes' walk of the Post Office.
For "particulars enquire of
W. IT. KEARY,
an23 Colmnbia-st., N.W.
FOR   SALE:
A    GOOD   FARM,   CONTAINING*
J\.    If"'! aeres; 14 acres chopped and
burnt; and a. good Frame House.   Situated 2 miles from Maple Ridge P. 0, and
5 miles from Port Langley.
For information apply to
WILLIAM McADAM,
Maple Ridge,
Or to
EDWARD MoADAM,
an 12 Nieola Valley.
FOR   SALE:
rnHK FOLLOWING :~
15 Fat Hogs,
To Small Hogs,
1  White Chester Roar,
A number of Horses,
1 Cutting Box,
1 Platform Scalo (capacity 1,000),
Also—for sale or lease—the premises
lecently occupied by mo.
TVi be seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
New West., July 4, 1882. jyii
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE FARM CONSISTS OF 320
Aerwi, in Nicola Yidley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop. It in situated about
8 miles from the Public Hall aud Road.
Also ^/-"i Milk  Pans,  Churn, and all
tiie implements uocesBary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to ■
P. L. ANDERSON,
apotc Nicola Lake.
FOR SALE.
LOT   i,   BLOCK   IX.
"    i,    "      xxn.
"     10,      " XXVIIL,
City of New AYoutininatei'.
r—ALSO—
LOT  4,   BLOCK   I.
*"   S * 8,     "    .     III.
"      *,        " X. .
"     3,       "        X.
"   IS, 10, k 20, BLOCK XIII.,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
It. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOI' k MASON,
nn30tc Viotoria.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Clmrch or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham:
tin Cabinet Organ, witli 2 full sets of
roods, sub-bass, octavo coupler, vox hu-
lnana, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. Tliis organ is now used in the
Methodfst Church, ami is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for S15Q
cash, ns it is intended to procure n more
powerful ouo.  This is n decided bargain.
Apply to .      - ■     v
" T. R. PEA RSOIf k CO.,
Stationers k Music Dcaldnr,
fc4tc New AVestnuiistcr,
~~FOR SALE":""
A Splendid Farm I
200  ACKES   IMPROVER 1
135   Acres  Unfler   TiinotliyJ
mHK UNl>i;iISKJNED OFFKRS for
5. Wale, on favorable terms, his splendid Farm, flltuatcd on the North Ann,
14 miles from the City of New Westminster and within four miles of the Town
of Granville, the
RAILWAY    TKFMWUS.
Tlie Fftrni contains 3">1 acres of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
droiued and free front overflow nt all
seasons.
Thore are
Villi    A4E1IM    IMil'KOri-.lr-,
Of* wliich 135 acres live under timothy,
nd the remainder under oats, root crops
nil pBBturo.
There is ii gootl bearing or hard ami a
Bplentlid spring of pure waier.
There are a comfortable dwelling, two
lonblc barns 120x46 foot, togothor with
iheda and othor out-hniltUngs.
The Farm is well stocked with hoi-ses,
.'atttle, pigs, &o., and m ith' the moat fan-
liroved agrii'itltnral implements ami ma-
:hinery. 'ir'ltidiitg a "Giant Reaper."
The property fronts on the Xorth Ann,
ami there i*-1 a wliarl [riot (jtfitp finished),
all'onling e:,*i?el!i'i)t landing for stcamei*B.
Thore ia nu bettor farm in the country,-
ami it is In a condition to pay a targe
profit on the investment from the first.
The Farm will bo sold with or without
the livestock.
For particulars apply on the premises
or by post to
HUGH  MACKM.
New Wont., July 4. 18S2. jyo NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Social Danco	
To tho Eleetors, &o.
.Excelsior Band
. .F. J. Barnard
M\\t British €olinnbi*an.
MVtllK s.llt>   JlorillllX. Si'lH.   lb,   ISS'i.
Three Tlicories Considered.
How most economically and effectually   to   prevent   tho    Lower
Fiaser overflowing its banks during
sp-iiig Cieghets is indeed a question
ol: profound importance j and, as is
sue to lo the case, there exists somo
dUetsify of opinion on the subject.
Undoubtedly the popular theory is
"Syhing, ami some of   the settlers
Jnrgoly interested have been recently
engaged in what appeals to have
beeu a methodical and thorough examination o'f the shore, with a view
'to ascertaining witli some 'degree of
appro xioj at ion the feasibility of the
thing.   While the final report made
at a public meeting held in ClritU-
whack a week or ten days ago leaves
the  impression on one's mind that
tbe difficulties are greater than had
been supposed, still we  should be
sony indent1, to indite one word of a
discouraging nature.   The object to
be attained is far too important to
justify one in suggesting the idea of
impossibility.    "Impossibility I" Let
there bo no snob word.    But while
the preliminary steps for testing this
question  by a critical  scientiiic cs-
flroinaUon aro in course of development,    it   may   nbt    be    deemed
'improper, it may  be  profitable, to
■consider other schemes looking' to
the same end.   It will be remembered  that, at the assizes in this city a
few months ago, tlie  Hon. Mv. Justice Gray propounded another theory,—tlmt _of keeping the channel
clear by the removal of snags and
other obstructions to the free 'flow of
tlie river on its way to the sen. This
■proposition did not impress us very
favorably at first; but the more it is
considered the more appears to be in
ifc.   As an abstract theory it is undoubtedly correct;  but when   one
comes to consider how fur the theory
i% practicable as applied to that portion of the river to be affecLed one
carnothelp experiencing considerable misgiving ns to its practicability,
■within reasonable bounds as to its
cost, of course,   "Still   this theory
ought not to be lost sight of by any
means, more especially as. it might
be made auxiliary to another.   But
a third scheme has been suggested
to us, and to submit it lo the public
. criticism is the immediate object of
tbe present writing.   The river Serpentine takes its rise in low laud
ready opposite Kntsey, and within
less than a mile of the Fraser.    It
falls into the ocean at the head of
Boundary Bay.   Tho distance from
the point indicated on the Fraser to
Boundary Bay is, as the crow flies,
a little under ten miles.    By the
winding of the Serpentine the distance would probably be a little over
ten miles.   From the same point the
distance by the Fraser to the sea is
about thirty miles.    Now, it will be
seen that from a common point on
the south bank of the Fraser opposite KalKoy the distance to the sea
is ten miles by the Serpentine and
thirty miles by the Fraser. The proposition we have to submit is simply
this: Cut a temporary and inexpensive canal so as to connect the Fraser with the Serpentine, thereby conducting a portion of the waters of
the former into the latter, thus creating what the miners call a "draw-
oil'." The water thus let in from tho
Fraser would, it is submitted, scour
out a channel, until it is presumable
(hat, say, one-third of the waters of
the Frasor would find their way to
the ocean through that shorter elmn-
, nel.    Jt is quite clear that the fall,
being compressed into one-third the
distance, would be greater on the
Serpentino than  on the Fraser-—a
circumstance highly favorably to the
scheme.   It is contended that the
effect of the "draw-ofT" thus created
would bo effectually to prevent the |
river overflowing its banks above
that point, and it is here thnt Mr.
Justice Gray's scheme would come
into play as a  valuable auxiliary.
The theory is not our o-Yn.   It lias
been stibmit'ed to us by Mr. IT. P.
Bales, who has very practical ideas
about such matters, and wo believe
it to be deserving of serious consideration. If tho theory be sound, and
there   seems  to  be littlo room for
doubt on that point, this presents by
far the most effective and inexpensive method of accomplishing the
important object in view. Of course,
we assume  tbat no injury to the
country drained  by tho Serpentine
would ensue from carrying a portion
of tlie waters of the Frasev that way:
We are led to believe that, on the
contiary,such a scheme would pio,ve
a great advantage to that splendid
sweep of country, by establishing
navigation right through it, and
bringing it into moro intimate relations with valuable sea-fisheries.
Should ifc be found, however, that
the reverse would bo the case, that
it would injuriously affect tho country through which the Serpentine
pursues its devious way to the sea.
that would, of course, he a matter
entitled to the fullest considetafcion..
It would be indeed poor satisfaction
to benefit one settlement by injuring
anothor. The matter is now open
for discussion, and wo shti.ll bo glad
to receive practical ideas sententious-
ly expressed from anyone who can
throw uny light on it.
and so tlie lawyers and their clients
returned home wiser nnd poorer, if
not better men. This sort of thing
is becoming monotonous. Thore are
four Judges crtwded into Victoria
(Mr. Walkem among the rest), and
the Mainland must even go without
justice!
llillilCE
THE MEMBERS OF TBJE
I
Willie vs. Chinese Labor.
sor.- mti
WILL (1IV li A DANCE AT THE
DRILL     SPIED 1
—ON—
fednestlaj Evening, Sep, 13
LOST
ON 10TIL AUOUST, BANK OF
British Columbia Cortificatf} of Deposit, No. 21-7 fi, in favor of Cnrl Krck-
sen, for .*?U0. Payment of this certificate
has bcun stopped. Tho finder will be
suitably rewarded upon handing tho
same to the Bank of British Columbia.
New West., Aug. 2(1, 1S82.       au30tc
10T1CE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN, that
-Li application will bo made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Provinco of
British Columbia, at its next session, for
au Act to incorporate a Company to construct nnd work a Railway from a point
in the City of Now Westminster to some
point near the 4!)th parallel, north lati*
j*tudc. between Semialnnoo Bay and
Township Sixteen in the District of New
Westminster-, British Colunibin.
ClOKtoON E. CORBOULP,
Solicitor for tho Applicants.
New West., Sept. 1, 1882, se2
(Government Gazette please copy.)
Dancing to commoner* at 8 o'elock.
Tickets, $1.00.       -      Ladikb ]feut,
The'-o are'those who have stoutly
contended, and still  contend, that
certain industries cannot bo successfully carried on in this country, indeed on this coast, without Chinese
labor.   "We shall confine the present
remarks to two—cigar-making and
fish-canning.    It has  been broadly
held that the cheaper labor and moro
nimble lingers of the Mongol aio essential to the manufacture of cigars
on tho Pacific coast—that is, so as
to compete siiocessfully with other
countries.    Acting  under  that conviction those embarking in cigar-
making in San Francisco employed
Chinese   labor   almost  exclusively.
But, as has been  the case in boot
and shoe making, in  tailoring and
other branches of industry in San
Francisco, "John" has to a great ex-
lent advanced from  the position of
employee to that of boss manufuc- j
turer, and it is an undeniable fact'
thnt the  great  bulk of the cigars
manufactured in  San "Francisco today nre not only manipulated by
Mongolian fingers but are the product of Chinese establishments. Two
or three years ago Mr. John Kurlz
embarked   in   the   manufacture of
cigar at Victoria, and he courageously inscribed "Mo Chinese Labor"
on his trade-mark.  Friends doubted.
Wise ones predicted failure.   "Yon
cannot," said they, "compcto with
Chinese   labor   in   San   BYancisco.
Much less can you hope to compete
with Chinese   labor  in Victoria."
But Mr. Kurtz was not to be discouraged in this way.   Ho had faith
in white, free laboi, and be pressed
onward, adhering faithfully to his
vow  that   no slave ur  Mongolian
labor should be applied to the production of his cigars.  And what has
been tbe result 1 The favorite cigar
in British  Columbia to-day is the
Kurtz cigar,    lt  is to be found iii
every respectable establ ishment where
cigars are kept and connoisseurs ask
for it.  There arc to be found plenty
of cigars manufactured by Chinese
in   Han   Francisco    and    in   Victoria,  and   some   of    them   have
very fino names too; but no connaifr
seur who has smoked   tho Kurtz
cigar would   tolerate    them.   Not
only has Mr. Kurtz'adventure been
entti-ely successful  in so far as producing a first-rate article is concerned, but ho has been successful in
securing the best trade of tho country and, what is of vital importance,
in demonstrating that tho thing can
be dono with white labor at a statin-
factory profit.    In fact he has prac-
tfbally pushed Chinese cigar-making
to the wall.   On patriotic grounds
lio would have a I'lght to appeal to
the country.    But lie has no need
to do that.   The superior quality ol
his cigars appeals i-''*esistil)ly Lo the
taste of the smoke1. 0! for a Kurtz
in the canning   business] We  are
persuaded thrt precisely tho same
results would  follow, iit so  far as
demonst'ating  the  fact that while
labor is preferable fo  the Chinese
labor is concerned.
To the Electors or Ynle-Koote-
naj DlsUlct.
pKNTLKMKN:—I TAKE Tri IS
\Tf mode of or-presstng my thiuiks for
tin' honor you have once move oonCerrod
ro'titi .ling mo with an ininmiiso majority l.i represent you iu the Doirhiion
Parliament.
Four tinier, have I contested your dis*
tiicfc* but never before liavo I been *e-
turued by so large a proportion of ilie
vote. This I deem especially gra-'ltfymg,
for 1 consider it tlio means talieu by you
iti show vour appreciation of my se\ rices.
I sincerely hope that ilie course I may
pursue during tbe next term will be sueh
a to meet wiili your approbation, and
iat you will have Ao cause to think I
httveiola.'i.od my effoi'ta in the least to
promote the various into ests of the district'.
I have tho honor to ho, Gentlemen,
Your Obedieut Servant,
se!3 l*\ J. BAENAWO.
Administratrix   Notice.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRmSfiJJOLUMBIA.
He ROBERT JOHNSON, late of
Brownsville, District, of New Westminster, deceased intestate.
A LI PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
XV against tbe Estate of the lato
Robert uOhusoir- aro required to send in
the same on or before the 15th day of
Soptcrtd'Cr, 1882, tVtho Admhiistratrixj
Mrs. A. M. Johnson, New Westminster;
All persons indebted to the said Estate are required to pay the amount of
their indebtedness to tbe Baid Administratrix on or heforo the 13th day of September, 18S2.
Dated at New Westminster the 21 at
August, 1882.
A. i\l. JOHNSON,     '
au23ml Adminiatratrix*.
3*TOTIOB.
mHE AMUAX GENERAL MEET-
j_ ing of th? Ilurrard Inlet Killing
Go. ILiinitcil! will bo hold ut the offices
of tho Company on tlio 4i.li day nf October next, nt 1 p. in., tor lhe election ot
Trustees ami passage of BylawB, una nt
tho pome timo n proposition will belaid
botoi'o tho nieoting to talcs into consideration the advisability of increasing the
capital of the said Company to 830,000,
in accordance with the -list Section of
the Companies Act, 1S78.
b. w. peaesb;
C. A. VERNON,
.Hy bin Attorney in fact,
B. W. Pbahsk,
, Trustees.
JAMES L. RAYMTJB,
Seorataey
Billiard Inlet, B.C., Aug. 31,1SS2.   sell
ASK FOR
Union India Sunuer Co.'s
POKE PARA GUM
IH
Another lusiiiiiee,
It is about two months sinco ono
tho Judges treated Now Westminster in such an esfc-'aordhiavy
and cavalier way in i egard to bounty
Court. The day, appointed by himself, arrived; tho witnesses, suitors,
&c, wero ull in attendance, nnd the
Judge deliberately walked awny
without even deigning a woul of ex*
plaimtioii! Another case somewhat
similar bus just occurred ut Yale.
County Court wns appointed to be
held on the 11 tb. The parties woie
duly summoned, Suitors wore thero;
counsel wastbe e, iu some instances
at considerable expense, But there
wns no Judgo and no explanation*
- RECEPTION
OF  IIiS KXri.'J.ENCY Till*,
-Governor-General-
AND   UEIt RATAL HIGHNESS
The Princess Louise
RECEPTION COMMITTEE:
LRMctmies, M.D., Mayor.
Councillor James Cunningham
"       David Curtis
"       IT W Shiles
"       William Johnston
"      II V Edmonds
"      Henry Mathers
lion Thou U Mclnnes
Hon Hugh Kelson
.1 A li Homer, Esq., MP
Hon W J Armstrong, Prov Sec
John Robson, Esq., M PP
James Orr, Esq., MPP
Gooigo Ashwoll. Esq., lleevo
George W Howison, Esq., lleevo
James Jolly, Esq., lleevo
William McDougall, Esq., llcovo
William ii Ldclnerj Esq., llccvu
Hugh Boyd, Esq., lleevo
Capt I'ittendrigli
Oapt Peele
.1 (' Hughes*Esq
J McTiernall, Eslj
J 0 Brown, Esq
J S Olulo, Esq
C N Trow, Esq., Ml)
■J A Sivewright; Esq., MD
James Morrison, Esq
(J E Ciirljinilil, Esq
\V N Bole, Esq., PM
J K Sntor, Esq
Capt Irving
Cnpt Insley
Capt Odin
Capt Vaiillranter
Hani Myers
I'ap, Millard
])S|)riugnr,Esq'.jJ-B
R Moxaudor, Esq., J I"
w li Ferris, Esq., J P
RTjipsott, Esq
M M English, Esq
Ii Young, Esq
J Adair, Esq
W Adair, Esq
F Pago, I5sq
(Jims Braille, Esq
K H&yden, Esq
•\ Ewen, Esq
J Uidhvw, Esq
1! Huigh, Esq
fl Fraser, Esq
E Brown, Esq
D CldsluJiii, Esq
.) 0 Armstrong, Esq
J A Webster, Esq
J Hendry, Esq
Tl DeUeck, Esq
H Elliott, Esq
Janiea Grimmer, Esq
Robert Dickinson, Esq
111! Kelly, Esq
J MoMurphy. juur., Esq
I B Fisher, Esq
,1ns Wise, Esq
0 MoDonougli, Esq
II Thomas, Esq
W Moresby, Esq
A HMoBrlde, Esq
J Wilson, Esq
W. FI. FAI.DTNO,
spO See. Pro Tom
RUBBER BOOTS
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!
Tie sure the Hoots are stamped CllA OK
PROOFon tlm heels, and have the I'll till
UI r.\l SPRINGS on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or break-
in;'. Wo are now making them with
RUBBER AXD ASBBSTOS Soles
which will make them last more than
twice ns long as any Rubber Hoots made.
EOR SALE BY AU DEALERS.
ALT.   KINDS   BUBBEB    lllSL'I'INCi,
PACKING    HOSE,     SPRINGS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc.
GOODYEAR    RUBBER   CO.
R. H. PEASE, Jr. 1 .,„,,„
S. M. RUNYON,fA«cnts,
iui'2'jmR Sim Fmncii-co.
■S^INE A SPIRIT MERCHANT, ft
L. 01 BU
T>KGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
) onta of New Westminster arid vicinity tlittt lie is constantly rocoWbig from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liquelirs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whicli lie will supply
IPD or DUTY PAID,
In Qusnlltlcs to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Cnlliy's, London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Perts
and Sherries.
E. BROWN,
OOLUMBL5.   STBEET,
New Westminstoi',   B. 0.
THE
WISHES TO DISPOSE OF HIS
ENTIRE STOCK OF
rpIiTS SPLENDID NEW HotK.1. IS
J_ now oojnplote aiul open for the
travailing I'nlilic. Jtlslinlshetl mul fur-
id for jfteasUia ami cflmfortt
TEE   T^LBLID
Is always sujiplicd witii the best in the
markot.
THE   BAE
Is also supplied with the best of Liquors
and Cigars.
To thoso Beekiiig ploasuro With the
Rod and Grill—thb siimmntlings of Port '■
Hanoy are a perfect Uame l?\e\d. The
rod Billing of tlio Lillooet liver, the best
in Britlali Columbia, is \viUi.it it mile of
the Hotel.
From tho balcony pf tlio Hotel U obtained n most magnlfioant view up and
down the Prasol' river, six miles each
way.
The lofty Mount Bdlter to the South
i.iul tlie "Qoldfin Ears" to the North aro
tlio liiiest sulijects for the artist on the
Mainland.
The ■•Ori'.itUnd Slide" of ;7!) tlmt
muili 10 acres of the Howls'On Fnrm to a
depth <>f ono Imndrod feet belo.v the
level of the Burwiiiitling grounds, and Its
boiling
SULPHER    SPRINGS
stand within a quarter of a mile of the
Hotel, nml tllp ronriii<! Palls of the Kanaka aro within a mile of the House.
Those seeking a week's holiday enn
nowhere in 11. C. Hnd more interesting
surroundings or spend a niorb pleasant
time.
To Invalids) In eases of rheumatism
and till nervous diseases the ftnlplior
Springs Sponging Baths aet in a most
uiiraoulous way. Invalids will bless the
day they threw drugs to the dogs und
tried the mngle Baths of tho famous
Springs of Port Haney.
WILLIAM ROSS,
,    filOrillETOR,
Port Hiiney, Sept. 5, 1882. soO
—And-
AT COST PRICE!
(EITHER IH LOTS 0?. BULK)
-ALSO-
(Oottage, Lrorman lake)
Will Ito sold on the Instalment Principle.
ALL ACCOUNTS
due must be paid, on
or before 15th September next.
1
a
Call,   Examine,   and
Secure a Bargain!
—AT—
"QlIEMOim
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
ANI) A "GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HAKDWARE.  ]
■     THE BEST  BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries*.
,OT-
AND A CENEKAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET. .
tgss" Rtorilgo   'iiiul    Fonvimlin^
dono nt rciiminnlile rates.
jyl-2 Cm
RE10 & HUDSON*
COLLEGIATE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. tt
RE-OPENS   AUG.   jet,  188%
VISITORS :-Hr.v. ii. Jamibsok, Rev.
c. ^^^ATsok.
*SAJrAGBHBli-.-Vi ,T. AnM8Tiioso\
M. V. V., ,.S. Olutk, Ekq., Hev*
K. Ilonsps, C. U. Major, Esq.
TKACHKRS'i."
11. M. SlItAI-lltGKO, B.A., PkikoifalJ
"Miitlioniiitios, Cliusnica nml History;
Rev. \V. J. Dowji, B. A.,Vi(.i*;-ritix:
t'li'Aii! Motlom Liuiynages, Seienco
ami Literature.
L. R. JicIsNKH, M. D.;   Anatomy1,
Physiology nntl Hygiene.
MllB. I). R'ihson; Voico Culture ami   ,
Art of i'liiging. 1
lustniincntal Music (piano) by a first-   j
class teaclior.
Tlie school yonr consists of 40 weeks
of actual tent:liing, tlivioVl into four
tonus of 10 weeks each. J
KXVl'IXSES:...
Tuition, High School, per term, $15.00.   ■
'Boaril. per term, 845.00. *
Music (voftll or iiiatnmiontnlj.por term;   |
$ 10.00.
Use- of In!* tin ment for practice, per
term, §11.00. 1
Washing, 50 cents per doz.
For circulars, with fuller information'   ,
apply to
R ROBSON,
Sec.-Treas:
New West., July 20, 1882. jy22    <■'
North British & Mercan- ]
tiie Insurance Co'y-   )
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T.E, Pearson k Co., Agents,,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Kcsflurrrs or llm flompnny ns lit
81st Dccuinbcr, 1881.
I. Subscribiiil Capital-- .   ,
Pnlil-im £  .100,000   0   0 ,
Uncalled  1,500,000  0   tf
C.G. MAJOR
£2,0OOj60O  0  o'J
II. I'M Piuul-
Eraorvii ..;;. ,£844,670 10 1]J
Piinniiiin Rcaorvo. 310,551   7   0 '-,
Tiallliicoofl'rcrfltaiitl
Loss Acciniut    04,307   7   11
£1,218,408 W  O.J
III. Life I'liiul-
A I'eil ill u l:> [,iil
Fimil  df   tlio
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Interest £1,024,400 10 111
Lifo and Annuity '
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niiuins and Interest .     478,825 14
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Arabi Pasha ia reported ill wii,U
dysentery.
H. M. B. Comus arrived ai San
Francisco ou Monday.
f. ,). Barnard, Esq., H. P.t left for
San Francisco on Monday.
Mr. Moloney is making very rapid
'progress with the now steamer.
The ir earner Ada, Capt. Eogors, 'returned from Nanaimo on Saturday.
Mr. Spurgeon's nermom-> havo been
translated into the Russian hm-juage.
Mi'. Barnard, in a card elser/hore,
thanks iho electors of Ynle-'voo'ciny,
The Marquis of Lome and the Princess Louise should bo in Sun Francisco
to-day.
The Edmonton Bidle ',n Buys carpenters get from %',} to iJiipO per day;iu
Edmonton.
Military drill is syst-emuticallylftught
in X,172 w'.imoIb in England find cook
cry in 300,  ■
Wm. Yer'a. an old Cariboo hi'iie.1,
died Hi tlio "Royal Ho'Spita!,. Victoria,
on Monday.
Tile members of li e Eacolsibr Baud
.give a social dance at the Drill Shed
this evening.
The ohaiii'jang force is doing splendid work on the Sapperiou end of
Port Moody road,
To-day I ho nomination for a Councillor tt) till '.ho vacancy in St. George's
Ward takes place.
At Creedmore (lio shooting was,
according to latest nceouni**. yiteily in
favor of the British,   '
1'ivo hundred civ te weve killed by
an uccidtant on thu Ca.mdiau Grand
Trunk Railway on tho 2'2nd tili.
Mr. B. Na.'han, o::-M*. P. for Victoria. i'.,*rivod in thai, city from England, via Manitoba, on Monday.
It is said that qui'o a lnrge ccer-
ion party will cuiiio livor from PotV
liiiid to see tho Vice-Ce^al arrivals,
The British Association for tho Advancement of Science has decided to
meet at Montreal, Canada, in 1834.
The steamers Wm. Irving add Gor-
tnule returned from Yale on Monday
evening with passengers and freight.
Among the 575,000 Indians reported
In the UuiU-d Stale**, tli'ure are Ult)
churches ami 30,000 church members.
Tho s.earner Priiiceaa Louise, Cupi.
Lewis, ciiiiio up from Yiciovi.it yesterday for a load of Fraser rivor BiiliiiuO.
The eoiii -'act for tho new Dominion
buildings at Naurimo lias been awft'rd-
cd tn Messrs. Smith & Clark, of Victoria.
Thore is ronaon to fear tlmt iho past
threo days' rains will lmvo operated
prejudicially to t.ho harvesting of
grain.
Wouldn't it be "better that (bo rural
municipalities should join with the
City Council in tho reception and address ?
The li; Mo daughter of Mayor Shake-
spearo will present a bouquet to the
.Princess Louise on her arrival at Victoria.
The steamer Enterprise), Cnpt. Gardiner, arrived from Victoria at 1)220
tji.ni., yesterday with passengers aud
' freight.
The Bioaiuship A'ioLtiria lay oil (he
■* B. C. Packing Co.'s cannery yesterday
.'and took ou board a large quantity of
i salmon.
Tho schooner Juiliineia,Capt. Grcen-
Iwood, arrived from Nanaimo the other
clay, coal-Iadeii. She sailed again on
feal.urday.
All tho dismissed Irish eimsinblcs,
f excepting seventeen bad characters,
have buen roiwffcatod, and a boitor
toue prevails.
The United Slates PostofRce Do
Jpartiuont has turned into ilie Treasury
In sin-plus of a million dollars for (ho
"' lr.st fiscal year.
Tho Colonist- says sit young Indies
tfselce.od by Mrs. Cornwall will receive
TH. R. H. tbe Princess Louise at Gov-
| eminent House..
We understand both of Mr. Dcnno's
I new stores in the brick block have
I been let—one for a grocery and the
Pother for a drug store,
Mi', and Mn. Dnoamr-'rai.d family
('lire espebted to reach their homo at
Nanaimo to-morrow, having completed
their continental lour.
The grand total of Arabi Pasha's
Barmy is rs follows. Infnuiry, 44,000;
^cavalry,   18.000;   guns,   M8j   rocket
[-tubes, IS; Bedouins, '(,050.
According to au official n'atomont
B.03,000 out of tho 124,002 persons ro-
jprosanUiig the entire population of thu
Fiji Islands, aro Wesley ana.
Major-General Schnliebl iii to re-
Ilievo Genural McDowull iu command
Zbf tho Pacific Division. The latter
[Will retire from ftoi'lvo service.
The British forces at K assassin look
Jill Saturihty nuiiiboi'etl 15,000, wiih
iOguns.   An iiiiack oil the enemy was
ii'poe'cd to bo made on Monday.
The Reception Coinuiltteo niocts to-
Morrow iiijiht, when it is important
hore should be a large attendance, as
ho estimates are to bo disposed of;
Tho last census gives Per,'land only
|t8,000, including Chiimso. It is con-
Jmlod that it is all of 25,000, the con-
Itis to the contrary ■notwithstiindiiig.
Dr. BlisB asks $25,000 for services'
which some openly allege cost Garfield
his life. Guitfccau's share in tho transaction cost tho nation morii than that.
Hon, A, K.. Richards has recently
oome ovorioOntariowith his family,
and will most likely return to British
Columbia next spring and take up his
residence in this oily.
The Winnipeg Times srys quite a
number of settlers'are drifting ioio'
Ca'garry from British Columbia. Sov-l
oral parties have arrived lately—all
good, industnous and able men.
■   Tho now school-house was occupied')
for tho first time on Monday.   Both
ioachovs and   pupils aro very much
pleased wiih il*.   The seating is a vast
improve merit on "that of the old,
The Archbishop of Cantcrbiiry has
headed with a liberal' amount the subscription list for the purchase of au extensive block of buildings in London
for tho use of the Salvation Army.
It was the Governor-General who
christened the capital of the North-
West ""Beglna." It is 'sai.d 'there exists some dissatisfaction among the
people, who desired it to he called
''Leopold.''
A painful rumor comoi to us to the
e-fect (bat the Langloy Municipal
Council has fallen into u condition of
partial disorganization. We sincerely
bope the rumor may prove to' be
ground loss.
It is probable that tho next general
conference of tbo Kvangelical Allianco
will meet in Stockholm, Sweden, in
(•iepteinber, 1883. The Qnce;i of Sweden is warmly interest'ed in the witrk
of tbe Alliance.
Tbo General Assembly of the Free
Church of Scotland, while deprecating
■he means and methods of tho Snlva-
tion Army, prayed tbat tho church
would adopt siniilar determination and
vigor and spirit of pfciyei'.
Last week a committee appointed by
'Hio Alaska er-.o'ul'Hionisis presented
Oapt. Carroll of the steamship J.laho
with a splendid gold watch valued at
§27&, as a token of appreciation of liU
alteiiiion to 'heir comfort,
En "Route.— According to Kootenay
news of iho 1st inst,, Eev. Mr. Turner
of Cariboo, Messrs. Saul, Johnson,
Vedder, Brown, Christie, Sanderson,
Rogers, Flewin, Glass, McMillan and
Postill, of Okanagan, iivrivod safely
on ilioir way to the ""North-West, with
a baud nf about 00 horses.
It will be ,'*ricving to lnaiiy of n'ur
local readers io learn that Mrs. Lent-
haa, wifo of tho c'-Indian Commis-
tioner, has been very ill for tbe past
live or m.i months. According to lato
accounts, she was recovering.
We beg to direct the attention of
the Bfiaril of Works to tho imperfect
drainage at Mr. Harvey's cuVner arid
Mr. Ohisnolm's corner, respectively,
whero, in caso of heavy ruin, tho footpath is generally rendered impassable.
Tiie si. V. Rithet and the Western
Slopo C3.mo up from Victoria ou Saturday evening. -The former continued
ou to Tale. The latter transferred
her freijlik and pahso igors to the Gertrude, returning to Victoria on Men-
dry.
The Archbishop of Paris has issued
a pastoral tee'er deploring f.bo secularization of educating and chargihg
parents in uiidortdlre personally-the rb-
Iftfious iusii'iicttoil of tlieir children iu
places-whore il'o oducalittnal provision
beyond lhe Slate school o;.ists.
c„,>t. Ki....v, ni.iof QQipor of Ui» T."»
don firo brigailo, acconipaiiics.tho Mur-
Vjuis of Loi'iie and princess Louise to
San Francisco, liy invitation. He is
Visiting the chief cities of the United
States for tho purpose of stinlying tho
principles and practice of fire extinguishment.
Somo Indians found iho body of a
man floating in tho river, About threo
miles lielow this oily, lato yesterday
afternoon. They reported iho fact lo
Mr. J. C. Hughes, Government agent,
last evening, ami delivered tip to him
a silviir watch nnd a small slim of money found on the"body..
Tho coal mine on the Westwood
bshi'o near Nanaimo, recently purchased liy Air. Wingate for Mr, It. D.
Chandler of San Francisco, is about to
be opened. Wo understand that tho
resident Viusincss manager will bo Mr.
Wm. S, Chandler, who recently found
a fair bride iu this city.
Mn. H. O. M. B'Mky, of Christ
Church, O-.ford, son of tho lato William Ileniy Ridley, Canon of Christ
Church, and for forty-two yoars Bee-
tor of Hanibieddin, HucUs, lias been
nominated by iho L'ov. D. Hbrlocli i:s
lay-reader fur tho Parish of Yale and
Hopo. Tho Bishop grants him bis
license for this olliee and will admit
hiin formally in the month of October
nost.—-Che>chman's Gazette,
Gooo I'oa li'ciNcel—The Temps, in
an article on tho Egyptian question,
say's, tho British expedition will
benefit Franco evon more than England. The awakening of the power of
England proves that Europe is not reduced, to the leadership of one pQwer
—Germany. This -circumstance will
benefit none so much as fVatice, which
is tho natural ally of England. By
separating from bur we afiord opportunity to Germany, whose omnipotence
can only be opposed by*an Anglo-
France alliance.
Lay D'U'-xaw,** to i-Hja Synod.—
The following Churchmen have been
elected lay delegates to the Diocesan
Synod:—For New Westminster, Mr.
Corbould, Dr. Trew, and Mr, Falding;
for the Midland District. His Honor
the Lieu'.-Govornor, and Messrs. II.
Cornwall Mid McLeud; for Burrard
Inlet nntl North Ann, Messrs. Colbeck,
Erringion aud Thornbor; for Maple
Bidge, Messrs. Stephens, W. Hammond and Colbert: for SapporfcniT,
Messrs. Savory, Morey and Edward
Humo.— GVtiirc/niimi.'* Gazette.
0-uinbse Immoiiaijty.—There is reason to believe that there is moro than
one Chinese establishment in this city
im'.o which Indian girls of tender
years are enticed, drugged with opium
and debauched. It is Lo bo lio-uid the
Indian Agent and the civic authorities
will unite in a determined effort to
stamp out these places of infamy.
There is reason for believing lhat if
these doings on tho part of Chinese
are not checked there may be trouble
between (hem-and tho Indians, But
it is not Indians alone that are being
corrupted in theso dens!
<*11'*»IMllllMl'iMlWUttw ,LiJ^t^jiijB.-c^ia-r.is. .t'.v
Tlie Coiisiriutionnl Question,
Tho Tliraslior caso hns been appealed to Ottawa, and it has been generally understood that with it wonld co
the question as to the constitutionality
of tbo Provincial Act assigning the
Judges to certain judicial districts.
Tlio Dominion Government have been
waiting for .the question to come into
tho Supreme Court of Canada in that
way. It appears, however, that the
Thrasher case has been appealed onits
own merits, arid thus completely disassociated from fchudbnstifutiorial question. This is a matter of public concernment, inasmuch as the opportunity
has been tuken away of settJiiig tho
vened question involving the slated
presenco of the ' Judges in the several
districts to which ttiey have been assigned. Surely the Minister of Justice should have the courage to settle
the matter at once without waiting for
it to get into the Supreme Court by
some side whu*. .The people most directly interested have waited long and
wiih exemplary patience, and their .interests and the interests of justice aro
suffering,
final declaration was inado—"Whom
God hath joined let no man put asunder." Had the officiating clergyman
known the circumstances, no doubt ho
would have cboien the other alternative,—that is, to send the youngsters
homo and there bo admonished and,
perhaps, chastised by aggrieved parents. Jbsi'ICJA.
Til.s IUJIWJ v Misft'iKf,—Tho Cowley Fathers appear !o have been doing
good work along tho line of ra:Iway.
During the remainder of the seaioii
tbey will bu chiefly occupied on the
portion of the Hofc bbtweo.i Emory
and Port Moody.
 . .»        **.	
Attack ino B-Jt-uis1!. — At daybreak ou Saturday the enemy made an
attack on the British forces at Kassns*
sin. Gen. WilliB advanced' and ro-
pulsed them. Tho British loss it
roughly oslihlated at 100 killed and
wounded—that of ihu enemy very
much larger.
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Fiiom Sa:» Fhascwto.—Tho steamship Victoria. Capt. Beichman, arrived
from San Francisco via Portland on
Monday, bringing a number of passoii
gors and 120 tons of froight. She loft
for Nanaimo Yesterday. The list of
consignees will bo foil utl under th
proper head,
S. Mit'iaA.'tit's, AxFnsjib', L<v«i*
poo',.—At the dedica ion festival of
this churoh thore was au interesting
gathering df old British Columbians,
for in addition to the Rector, tho Rov.
John Slioepslianks, there were present
at. one or other of the services tho Von.
Archdeacon Woods, hrid Iho Rev.
11. J. Diindas, Rector of Albury, formerly of St John's, Victoria.—Churchman's G'axctii.
Tup. Hecbition.-/There was a meeting of the general committee on Saturday evening, when subcommittees
wore appointed and directed' to prepare estimates of their several branches
of work. It was generally conceded
iliat iho Indian canoo races and torchlight procession on the river should
'ie mado chief features of ihe occasion.
An approximate estimate led to the
conclusion lhat tho amount* of funds
likely to-be available for the occasion
will bo in the neighborhood of fifteen
hundred dollars. The committee have
boen fortunate enough to secure the
services of W. II. Falding, Esq., as
Secretary.
Salmon and Salmon.
Onco upoh a time a powerful Highlander had occasion to visit Edinburgh
town. Upon boing asked what faro ho
desired his retainers to be regaled upon
he replied curtly and contemptuously
"Give them salmon"!—supposing it to
bu as cheap in town as among their
native hills and todies. When ho came
to pay his "reckoning" he was astound
od to find tbe salmon charged at half a
crown a pound.
In 18(11 the Western Union Telegraph Company wore engaged in construction in British Columbia, ami the
men were largely fed on salmon, as at
oilco the cheapest and must available
food. In scrutinizing the bills in the
cily of New York, thu Directors seeing
salmon in almost every line, and, assuming the fish to bo an espenslvp
luxury here, peremptory orders wero
issued: "Give the men no more sal-
mini!"
AiwiiAMA Wish."Franco has fotiu'd
a formidable rival in Australia. Recently some o'f tlio best French clnrots
and Chateau Margin! and an Australian
claret of four or five years old were
saiiiplod by a jury of experts. They
woro pronounced by the jurors tq be
so uoarly equal iu quality tbat considerable difficulty was experienced in
making ii dofiuiiu etioicobatweeti thom,
but finally id was found that the balance of opinion was iu favor of the
colonial claret. The diUbronco iu
prico in this case, if iho reports nro
correct, is very great, for whereas the
colbninl wine is worth 25s. per.dos.onj
tbe selling prico of French is said to
be 120s, per dozen.'
Cruelty to Aninials.
Iu most Christian bduijiriea arc how
o bo found.soeie.ies for tho prevention
of cruel'y io animals, and thero aro,
perhaps, fnw coininunities in which
tliat most Christian work is more
thoroughly dono (bun in San Francisco. So far aa we are aware no organisation of tho kind has yot been formed in British Columbia. Is it because
there is no need for sueh ' Alas, no.
We regret to say Hint (here is too much
reason'for believing cruelty to aniiiials
is vory prevalent in this country. No
ono accustomed lo travel rmoursiuaiti-
ers can help being pained at the w:int
of consideration fur the comfort of
aninui's tod often manifested by shippers and carriers. But we have re
eouily been borniicd by accounts of
ihe cruel Irefv'ifloht of work-o:;en
practised iii certain logging-camps. In
some of these cstahli'diiuenis wo are
happy to know that it js<jitita different
—ihat the o:t is treated wiih proper
consideration ami handled upon principles of reason aud hmnauily; In one,
or two other1*, however, the caie is
very diU'erent—(ilie driver indulges iu
au amount of brutality, towards the
patient, il Tib Sending oi tliat ought not
tp be tolorated ill any civilized country. It. is matter of no liu Iu surprise
to us that it is tolorated hy the employers, lt will not bo neces-mry to
go into dotaits at present, but we
would suggest that men who habitually
practice the most tsliocl.ing cruelty io
animals should bo made to fuel (bat
(here is a law under winch tlieir brutality can bo punished, and our immediate object ia to sugi/ost iho desirableness of orgniiining a society for tho prevention, of this sort of thing. Who
amongst us will tako the initiative?
Pisces.
In any decorations that may be attempted here with a. view- to giving outward 'expression to the inward loyalty
bid respect of the poople for the approaching visitors, it would probably
be wfoe 'te mako exhibitions at onco
unique .r.n;l illustrative of tlie natural
resources ana industries of this section
of the country. What, (or instance,
could be more iltting than au appropriate and ingenious display of the
product of our great sub-marine farm?
We aro gratified to be able to state
that the sub-commit tee charged with
that branch have hit upon tbe happy
idea of constructing a gigantic piscatorial arch. It is proposed to erect
out of Salmon cases massive pillars or
columns upon which shalt rest an arch,
theso columns to be surmounted by
pyramids of salmon-tins, The arch
Will be appropriately decorated with
fishing-nets, oars, &c, and with suitable mottoec. tn bach of tho columns,
at the base, will bo an aporturc to admit a fishing boat, iu wliich will bo
fishermen plying their ait, and in some
way connected with it will be a specimen Indian canoe, manned by Indians.
The conception is an excellent one, and
if properly carried out, we feel confident that the piscatorial arch will not
be the least striking and "infcresting
feature of the occasion. With his usual
liberality aiid enthusiasm, Mr. Laidlaw
has vohintered to place the material
for the arch at tho disposal of the committee, freo of expense.
Mice Court,
On Monday, Thomas Manning (a
dead beat) was sentenced to various
terms aggregating thirteen months for
divers acts of wrong-doing.
A Front street Chinaman was sentenced to three months' imprisonment
for keeping a house of assignation.
Last, week tho snuiQ fellow was fined
$100 tor the same offense.
a ii.iiim.jui- uf utuutva Ht-tv uisposeit
of.
Tlio half-breed assaulted by Chinamen and by them conveyed to gaol on
Thursday evening, failed to identify
tlie parties, and so the case was" dismissed, as was also the cross action.
On Tuesday there woro a number of
Indian drunks.
Drsi'ErStA is the most common of all
diseases, and under ordinary drug treatment the most difficult to cure, it is a
ichronic weakness of the .stomach with
indigestion. The sensitive mucous membrane coating the stomach becomes irritated, and nearly all that enters the
stomach continues to add fuel to the fire.
Heartburn and Sour lOrnetions, Belching
of Wintl, Nausea, Headache, Variable
Appctit'*, Costive .JJowels, etc., aro its
prominent symptoms. Burdock Blood
Bitters is a positive cure for this miserable disease.
Caulioji.
We
trade
beg to
mid the
quality and ol
Gold Cases, gu
eighteen karat
of fourteen
of tif
jaU the attention
public to the wclWcnown
gancu of finish of our
nrantoed by ns to be of
Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
rat Cold1- as nliiy be
(Eomnuimcittioiis.
Chtlllwliack Council.
Council met on the 5th inst. Present—Reeve ((I. II. Ashwell, EfftV,)*
and Councillors Cawley and Kipp.
Following communications were received.
From Wm. Bollard, Esq., stating
(hat he had sent $1)95 to the Treasurer
of the Municipality;
From A. C. Wells, resigning as
Councillor;
From Geo. W. Chadsey, asking the
Council to pay him (ho sum of §50 on
salary account;
From Gordon E. Corbould, relating
to transfer of judgment registered
it gainst Sniul. Greer's land, so that the
judgment will stand in favor of the
Corporation.
Tlie following bills wero received
and ordered paid: — Robson Bros.,
S18.54; Geo. McKeever, glO.SOj Geo.
W. Chadsey, $50.
., On motion, A. C. Well's resignation
was accepted, and Geo. W. Chadsey
was 'appointed to hold anomination oil
the 12th hint., at Ceulreville, for
Councillor to fill the vacancy.
On motion, the Clerk was instructed
to notify all persons that have buried
any tif their friends on Mr. Iupp's
place that since the recent high water ,
the Council are satisfied that it is nut
a proper place for a cemetery; therefore, parties will remove ihe bodies to
tlie little mountain or Borne other
placo.
Councillor Cawley brought forward
a Bylaw to appoint and define the duties of, and remunerate, the Officers
of tho Corporation. Bylaw passed
through the several stages.
. Council then adjourned till Tuesday,
12th .September, at 10 a.m.
Kimney Complaint.— The secretion
from the Kidneys is often londud with
foreign and poisonous matter, a thick
brickdust-like sediineuti or a mueons collection forms. The Kidiieys arc often
inflamed and congested, causing pain and
weakness in the back and many distressing symptoms. Diabetis, Uriglits Disease, Dropsy, and all Urinary Complaints
arc promptly cured by that grand combination of diuretics, alterative tonic, &e.,
Burdock Blood Bitters.
stamped, and also to onr iirbdo of s'cllii:w
tlie same, charging only for the At*T<*,\l,
WlSiGHT of tlio gold used, anU not for
the, base metal compiiseu in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. To illustrate
wlniMi n tag accompanies each one of our
Gold Cases, whicli pluinly indicate.** not
only tlie gross weight of tlie case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
In explanation of the above we desire
to say that tlie old plan of charging for
the gross weight of the caiej as if it were
nil gold, worked well ohoiigh as long us
tho manufacturer.-! were content with tlie
amount of braes and steel actually re
quired in its ^ohstruoiiortj but when the
business was degraded into a contest as
to who Bhould get the. most base metal
into the least ijua itity of gold and call it
a Gold L'.,.*je, then the time came when,
in the bltefesVof dealers in Ann-ienu
Watchos, it became iiecossary to adopt a
plan of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Goi.n each case contained.
To ovoid linpositibtij.pufoliitsorsof Waltham Watches will observe that every
genuine watch, whether jjold or silver,
boars our»trade mark on both case ami
movement, Cold cases are stamped "A.
W. Co.;" dud guarantee certificates ao-
^Compauy thom, Silver cases are stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed R. K. Bobbins, treasurer. The name "Waltham"*
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of ' either distinguishing
marks. This Caution is rendered necessary by reason of the fact that our cases
are frequently separated from onr movements, and put upon worthless movements of other, makers ami okc versa,
thus affecting pijuriously the performance of the watches, and vitiating ou
guarantee, which is intended to-cover
o-'y onr complete watches wholly made
by us, It is necessary also, because it is
so notorious aa to be a public scandal
that there is great fraud iu the metal
quality of both gold nnd silver eases as
now generally sold. We have demonstrated by- frequent assays that many
gold and silver oaaoB offered in the market arc debased from 10 to 20 per ecu*
from the quality they assume to be.
This is a •fraud upon the purchaser, ai d
lotuita for.the low price at wliich sue".1
cased .watches have been BoUlt—AilEKI-
OAii Wa't'cJi CGwpaxv, Waltham, Mass.
S5T Now mmackiug at Jas. "Ellard tt
Co.'s, the latent fashions for 1882 in
Ladies' and C" Udreh's Straw Hats, Millinery, Laces, 'kc.   Call and examine.
FRASER RIVER
QBALEp TENDERS, SOPERSCRIBj
kj ■ ed as above and addressed to the
undersigned, ai'e invited to be delivered
at this ollice by or before 4 p. in. of Friday} the l.Jth' September next, for the
removal of Snags from the Channel of
Krasiu* Itiver, between Glioma and New
Westminstor.
About ,10-or 10 Snags will probably
have to bo removed, ;;< ■
The Snags tn bo removed will be pointed out to the Contractor by the Dominion Government Agent or other audit of
the Public Works Department when the
work is undertaken, and those snags will
have to be removed tirst whicli in the
opinion of the said agent, most endanger
and impede navigation      j.,:
The snags in every ease, ;n'biding the
portions thereof imbedded in tho mud,
are to he wholly removed, ami uither
destroyed or transported to and mado
fast in such a position clear of the channel as shall be considered satisfactory by
the said Agent.
The whole work must be completed by
the 15th December next.
The tenderer is to'staW the rate per
snag .for the removal of the whole num-
lior of snags that maybe required by the
said Agent to be removed as above specified.
Payment will be made in three equal
instalments proportionate to tiie progress
of the work in the judgment of the said
Agent.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted l'-au\*. Cheque or certificate of
deposit of the siim of i?506, made payable
to the order of the Dominion Govern-
incut Agent, -wlvieh will be forfeited if
the tcrderer de'olhjes.to enter into a eon-
tract when called upon tj do so, or-if he
fail to complete the work contracted for.
If the tender bo uot accepted the cheque
or certificate will be returned.
The lowest or any tender will nob
necessarily be accepted.
H. S, ROEBUCK,
Secretary'.
.TiwrRKiJiavKD-^JO.OOOSiiMipbi'.'Tags,
100 gross Chalk Crayons, ami,it. large
consignment of .Stationery ain't Fancy
Goods.—T. R. Pkaksok it Co.—Mv,
Jf?T
R. Pearson k Co. have just ro-
eeiv V direct from the manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
iiiolnding Better-presses, kc
Pocket Crn.j-.nv.—T. E. Pearson k
Co. have received au assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct, from England.
.1-ffiShippbig Receipts, in triplicate, at
T. R. PeaVso'n k Co.'s—Anv;
Dominion Government Agent's Office,
Victoria, B.C., loth Aug., 1882.    i
a »l.)
J, 11. Bond, Druggist; kc, Selioniberg,
writes, "1 have soid medicines for over
twenty years, ami no medicine could give
bettor satisfaction than your Dr. PoVIer'jS
Kxtraet of Wild Strawberry." Thisiuetli-
cine Is the old reliable cure for Cholera
Morbus, Dysentery, and all Summer
Complaints,
The Maple Bulge Sensation.
Ewtoii Columbian.—Tho election
excitements are now over, aiul the
"New Westminstor political recreancy
is exposed through the medium of the
Columbian find other papers. Now
the people are preparing fur a period
of political rcposo and nro setting
down to tlie "secret course which no
loud storms annoy.'' But in this
world of vicissitudes 'there aro other
occurrences bt.sidfs politics whicli occasionally create excitements and miir
tile peace of families.
Now1. Mr. Editor, the cause df the
sensation here iB au elopement. Two
well known and aspiring striplings
havo taken it into tlieir heads to get
married. The improbability of such
an event occurring put the parents off
their guard. Tbe old folks wero not
consulted. Tlio youngsters thought,
of 00111-30, by elopingj that their names
would descend to posterity as the
heroes of Maple Kidge. Such' aspira-
ions Woro encouraged by an ecclesiastic iu this district^ of high standiiij'.
This occlesiiistie, himself, is an aspir-
t, aud as ho is young and inor.peri-
enced in thu elopement business, he
made up his mind to nccompauy to the
matrimonial altar J. and A. Having
neglected his sacred duties for this
purpose, peoplo are beginning to wonder what is ncilt on I lit** sacerdotal programme. Onti thing is certain ami
that is that this gentleman acted hi a
vory indiscreet find ttiiclerical manner.
Young clergymen sometimes e*:ceod
iho liiniis of ilioir clerical functions,
(hereby briiriog dishonor ou a holy
calling. We regret, but cannot rocnll
tho.'aui, that such should have happened at Maple Bidg'i. ,
The olopeuiont was contemplated for
some time, but disappointments and
disclosures seriously interfered with
ihe plans. Tlio marriage license wns
procured upwards of live weok^ago,
but the grand and final oiipoi'c.uni'y
did not present itself until laat Saturday afternoon. Aftor various nian-
(tiiivres and decoptivo tactics the' loving
pair, accompanied by Hev. got
ou board a canoo. They paddled ou
and on till at hist sometime on Sunday
morning they landed at C ,   Tlio
toilsome journey of .about SO miles
boing ovcrcomo in spiio of an adverse
current, dark night and tho hot pursuit of an an^ry fathor, a weupiny
mother rind un indignant broi her.
Getting on shore tho ceremony was
hastily performed. The command
"join hands" was obeyed with singtdar
baste, and the young hearts throbbed,
expecting to bo interrupted befdrii the
How it WTOKKs.--The purifying and
healing properties of Dr. Fowler's Kxtraet of Wihl Strawberry "ymnari a heal-
_.v .— „_..,,»... utecawir mucous Hiiriaees
of the Stomach and Bjjwels., Its cooling,
soothing propertfes counteract, pain, its
antiseptic properties correct canker and j
foul humor, and its tonic astringent nature corrects all exhaustive discharges—
such as Dysentery, DiarrHtfca, Cholera
Morbus') and Summer Complaints generally.
A Wonn or Caution*.— Beware of Opiates and powerful astringent dings in the
treatment of Bowct Co a ."plaints, they liitiy
lull the pain and check Diarrhoea, etc.,
but are liable to produce inflammation,
Dr, Fowler's Extract of WildRtrawherry
is guaranteed safo and i*liab}e, even for
Infants, nnd is a specific for Cholca Morbus, Dysentery, Colic, Acute or Chronic
Diarrhoea and Summer Complaints generally.
MUNICIM1: NOTICE.
■VTOTICE    IS   HEREBY   GIVEN*,
ll    that the City Taxes for 1SS2 aro
! now due and payable at the ollice of the
City Clerk.
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New West., July 2j, 1SS2. jy26
Robert A. Wilson, Dispensing Chomifit.
Bmokville, says under date of June nth,
'82, "I have not the slightest hesitation
in saying that Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry has given my customers
more satisfaction than any medicine in
my store for the cure of Summer Complaint1*, Diarrhoea, Dysentcy, I'ain iu
the Stomach, Sea Sickness') l'iles, etc.,
you can use my name, etc,"
Itrltlsh Columbia Agency or Toronto
Safe nnd loth Worka, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated safes aro made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent. more,
aud have all the modern improvements of
the hest American Fire and Burglar Safes,
Including the Sargent Grecnleiif Dial
Lock, Being of Canadian uanufneturc.
they are duty free, and consequently can
bo sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes,
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
iiinnu far tared of all sizes ami quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars.
"Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. WaittA Co., Victoria.
ifririsii Columbia Directory.
AH residents of New Westminster oity
who do not receive a postal co tl wiil
confer a favor by s'linlbtg their name,
j street, and occupation to the uudersign-
ed before the 1st of September, for insertion in tlio .now ll Columbia Directory ,■
,  , 11. T: Wu,u.\*iis, ' .,
aoi23 Broad k Cov't Sts„ Viotdria.
NOTICE.
N IMITKSSION HAVING GOXK
(l,crty",a"'k',r lliSef, 4»IiS"S')/=e*ffl
tliat such is not the case.
THOMAS HANEY,
auDOtc Port Haney, B.C.
N O T|CE,
HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUC-
tions from Mr. J. W. Howison,
late of the Occident Holiel, we hereby
give notice that nil accounts due him nre
to be paid to us at our office, Columbia
Street, forthwith.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now West., Aug. 2i), 1SS2. auMml'
iiar'.V. R. Bearsou k Co, wish to draw
attention to the fact that they are prepared to take Subscriptions for all Canadian, Apierii'iiii and Uritish newspapers
and periodica).-; at publishers* prices,
without charging additioiinl for remittance of money.—Ado.
Miss Woods will resume, her morning
and afternoon classes nt the- Rectory,
Blackwood street, oil or about September
13th. Terms, $2.00 per month"* music,
ijt2.o0. For further particulars apply at
the Reotftry, Blackwood street..    lni*
Blub Vi*ruint,--(!cnuino ICuglish—For
dressing whent to prevent the smut.
Send to Banui.kv it Co., Victorin. Also,
for sale—celeb rn ted Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both those
should be iu every stable. mli2B
SW Wl' have just received from England
direct a line line of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flies
mado expressly for this country, and to
which the finest trout will rise. —T. R,
Bearson k Co.
NOTjOE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
I intend to apply to the Licensing
Court, on the loth day of September
prox., for a licence to sell fermented and
intoxicating liquors by retail on tho promises known as "Deane's" Brick Building, on Columbia Street, in this City,
R. W. DEANE.
New .West., 2Sth Aug., 1S82.      auSOtd
1882.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
'•Alwriyt vnHott, rilwnya goodi Mwnyi improv-
MUNICIPAL MOTIGL
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
en to the Electors of the Municipality of the City of New Westminster,
that I require the presence of the snid
Electors at the Court Bouse, New Westminster, on Wednesday, 18th Inst., at
]'2 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing a person to represent thom in the
Municipal Council ns Councillor for St.
George's Ward in tlie said City of Now
Westminster.
The mode of nomination of Candidates
shall be as follows:—The Candidate shall
be nominated in writing, the writing
shall be subscribed by two voters of the
Municipality ns proposer and seconder, |
and shall be delivered to the Returning
Officer at any time between the date of
tho notice and 2 p. m. of the day of the
nomination, and, in the event of a Poll
being necessary, such Boll will be opened
on SATPitiiAVj^the  Sixthi;nth dav of
Of. which every person is hereby required to take notice nntl govern himself
accordingly,
Given under my hand nt Nov.* Westminster, this 8th day of September,
18S2.
A. PEELE,
,     ,       Returning Officer.
September 8, 1681 seOtti
TIIE 6REAT IKTKRNJtTIOKlIi
FISHERIES EXMTM,
LONDON   1883.
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[test In Ai
inrko-I slice
rlnu lit.Tiitiin
i in EllRlftlld-
M-gei- Hum thai
HARPER'S
^^^^    PERIODICALS.
n.i:   1KAB t
UAUPKn'S MAO.uiNF, ii on
HAiil'KU'S WKKlvl.Y  4 00
UAUVKIVSlfAZATl 4 00
TlioTinuWiiki'viipiiHii'iiti.-iis in TO
Any TWO lib >VT' nnmwl 7 tH)
UARPER'S YOUNG l'|'Oi>[.i:....; ,  I 50
HAlll'KU'S KAQAZtSH 1 - nn
llARl'Kli'S YiiUNU l-KOPhE    f  °
HAUI'Klt'UVIiAXKl.lNHIirAlUIUimAUY,
Onu Ytrnr (62 Niiinliora) M oo
piiBtngu Vri'i' (" all mil.scril'or-i in tho Uriiti'd
i'-tiittH (trCiuintlrti
Tlio vplm
NuinliiTH lor Jin
prlstiiaOaVphii
of tlm Mai
:Ii, $1 00.
Hlionlil li
rDmft, tu
pitua onlor pi'llnniL't*
lUUlUSllfi linos.,
un'!-, M.ui.ui**.1;. rjiim*
clotli tiimllng, will tie
IJtpfflilSOOf pill'ClltlSDFi
in*.   Slnf-le v.iIiiiih'h,
m, Ahilml'Qtlctil,
■ VnltifliM 1 to 60,
to J nn o i lHSo, one
mHE UKDERS1GNKD IIAS RE-
X. ceived instructions from the "Minister of "Marine nnd "Fisheries to promote,
by all means in his power, the objects
connected with the exhibition to be
opened in London, May 1st, 1883. The
nature of tlio exhibits desired is explained
iu the circular notices, which will shortly
be issued. A Committee of tho Hoard of
Trade has kindly undertaken to assist in
securing the successful,accomplishment
of the important object iu view;, ajid tho
co-operation of the public to epsuro a
display which will he creditable; iojfho
Province wMl, it fo trusted, be cordiallv
afforded;'* ■ '   \     -■	
STORAOK IX VICTORIA will be
provided for nrticles consigned to the
core of the undersigned, and the requisite
forms of entry supplied.
The early attention of intending exhibitors is requested. Communications
on this subject addressed to the under-
signed te be endorsed Eisiuir.iKS Exhibition,
ALEX. C. AXPEHSON,
Inspector of Fisheries, B. C.
Victoria, 12th Aug., 1882.        mi 10
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
NEW WESTMlJiSTEK HKAX'CII.
DEPOSITORS* ABE REQUESTED:
to present fclioir Pass Tlotilts for insertion of inl»rost up to tho SOtll June,
1882,
O. rTTTENTTHKIU,
Agont.
N. W„ Julyll, 1SS2. jyl5
T H E
rpfflS ONLY Tll.T'K if! WHICH THE
or nny lengtl
r stlenking-
111 _____
1_    elothes can remain for any length
if tunc without spei
lie bW'itrtiolo in the market;
0. p. KNIGHT, Manufacture^
New Westminster,
British Columbia.
SW In ease of clothes being left ont in
hf rain, cjhi put same in TUuenver night
ind they will uotbespuckeiborstreakctl.
(tiuoto) tiSisj&szsBXttcajvJiJB*
©in* Storn.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
No acute or even intelligent observer would have dared to say that that
face wore an ftltogel her happy, or
peaceful, or satisfied expression; tho
faces of tliose who aim high and feel
deeply, seldom, if over, do look perfectly placid. There waa a calm and
settled power in ifc, not inferior, in its
way, to that which dwelt in the countenance of Dr. Wentworth himself.
The eyes were steady, scrutinizing and
critical, It was the mouth which betrayed, inure than anything else, the
touch of sadness and dissatisfaction.
It was when ihe face wns in entire repose lhat thu lips took that curve
whicli makes one feel as if a sigh had
just left, or wus on the point of leaving
them.
For the rest, ono could see that sho
was in every way developed. She bad
more ease as woll as more dignity of
manner. She was moro beautiful than
before, as well as older; her faco and
form now moro than ever were such ns
'the most heedless could not fail to observe.
"Neither she nor Dr. Wentworth eat
down, finch, know the time of tho
cither to bo precious.
' 'You go homo for your holiday tomorrow ?" ho said liulf-inquiringly.
"Yes.    A   fortnight   amongst   tho
Yorkshire hills will not bo unpleasant,"
"I wish you would take u month,"
was hia abrupt remark.
"A month—why ?" Her eyes opoued
a little, as she looked at bim in some
surprise. ""Not because 1 look ill,
surely—for I never felt better in my
life."
"No; but because I wish you on
your return tu take a groat deal more
responsibility on your shoulders, and
you will require somo thorough rest
and setting up beforo you undertake
it."
"Indeed. Arid what is it you wish
mc to do''"
"My wife," said he smiling, "charged me to tell you that you were to do
as I wished, on pain of forfeiting her
friendship. "Now, before 1 explain,
let me tell you it is an onerous post 1
wish you to take. Little rest and much
cr.re and anxiety. Perhaps few friends,
and lots of enemies. That for the disagreeable purr uf it. For the more
agreeable; it ought to gratify that ambition of yours, to which you have
never yet owned, though it is ns patent
to me as the sun in a sky without
clouds—it ought tu gratify that ambition, because it is a post of authority
and consequence, aud is well remunerated. I want you to becuino the Matron of tho New Hospital at Ilidge-
ford."
Sho raised hor head quickly; her
lips parted, and she looked at him in
astonishment for a moment. Then her
face flushed deeply, and she turned her
eyes to the prospect outside.
Dr. Wentworth watched hor unobtrusively, but with the keenest and
liveliest interest. He had been her
stanch friend ever since the evening
he had first seen her, in tins very
TO%*lHloar^¥<inBfttopoi.!t(J(i;rA,oii
sho had said, with u naivete which had
amused him, and un carncsinuss which
had gratified him:
"I dn not know what you can *vive
me to do, but I beg you will give me
something. If it is only sweeping uud
dustiiu?, let mo have it; do not send
me back.'1
lie had not sent her back, for he had
correctly discerned (which even genius
does not always succeed in doing) tbat
she was one of those tools which will
work well, and be had from the first
let ber see that he expected a great
deal from her. He had not been disappointed, und he had been charmed,
like inferior men, to find his own pro-
" phetic verdict su thoroughly realized.
The inure he asked of work, of
study, of observation, or, as he would
say in moments of expflusivonew to the
wife of his bosom, "of general all-
round perfection in her work and her
behavior," the moro sho had seemed
ready and willing io give him.
Under his influence and by his advice, she had roceived training, not
only in nursing, but. in sumo branches
of medicine and surgery as well. He
bud Said little to her during her studies
in these subjects, but had '.me day, not
long ngo. surprised her by proposing
to ber that she should study medicine
thoroughly, uud adopt it as a profession, lidding that she had nothing to
fear and would mako her way.
lie had calculated on that ambition,
in which bo had now told her be still
believed; but it had not answered to
the null. Judith had declined, saying
she had no vocation. Mingled motives,
so delicately shaded and complicated
that she could not pOBsibly have explained their whence nr ffbo>efore, bad
led her to this refusal. He had been
as nearly angry willi her as possible,
saying in remonstrance:
"Scores of women who have really
no vocation for it, who want notoriety,
or are curious about things (hoy don't
understand, or who wnnl to make a
living, nud think they have fewer
rivals in the medical line than in the
schoul-mi stress one—they all rush into it, pushing to the front, aud making
themselves a spectacle for gods and
men, Hero arc yuu—tlie very sort wc
want as iv pioneer for the women doc-
' tors—high-minded and high-hearted,
with a pure reverence for Bcienco and
Humanity, with every qualification,
mental, mural, nnd physical. Aud you
will not, You ought to lead the way,
to bo ono of tbo pioneers on that road
whore tho women who follow after yuu
wil' sunn; day be great.
Judith bad shaken her head, smil-
tho first and cloverest woman doctor
of ull timo."
"You are trying to cajole me by flattery."
"I nm speaking the simple, unvarnished truth.!1
''My wife says indignantly (as
if it were my fault) that if she hud
had yuur qualifications I should never
have got her to marry mo."
"Oh, how could she say such a
thing'It is almost wicked of her,"
Judith had said, and she hud remained
immovable, Yes, she thought it a
glorious profession, she said, tho noblest that existed—-
"Bar the clerical -me," ho had suggested, with a malicious smile.
"Bar none," had been Judith's emphatic retort. And she would honor
a really clever medical'woman, and
would bo quite ready lo darn her
stockings and do her drudgery, The
position itself, of a medical woman,
she declined. This refusal, and tlieir
dispute about it, wns in Dr. Went-
worth's mind now, as he observed her
keenly and noted every change that
passed over her face.
"I shall think yuu wish to bo unfriendly to mc, if you refuse me this,"
he Baid. "You aro familiar with all
tho details of the schome; you have
heard them discussed at my house
often enough. You know what the
duties will be. The salary will be three
hundred a year. Now, where is your
'Yes'?"
" 'Yes' is Bonlotimcs a vory hard
word to say, Dr. Wentworth."
"It ought not to be so, when duty
cries fur it so loudly, as in this case."
"You are the chief of the council,
and the real head of it, aro you not ?"
"I run.'
"And would you always givo mo
your friendship, your counsel, and
your advice V
"You may depend upon thom entirely. "
"It would bo a vory useful sphere 1"
she said, musingly.
"You, as well as I, "know how useful.
In that place you will be an influence,
and a benificent one, ou hundreds.
M*£ dear friend," he took her hand
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"You are quite mistaken," she said.
"I lay no claims to a 'pure reverence
for science and humanity,'na you call
it. I know nothing about, them, except
tliat tbo ono in really great and the
other is thought mfby some people.
Do yon suppose I became n nurae because I wished to do bo? Not nt all,
and I never would have done it if I
could have had a happier lot. I 'took
to It,' as tbey say, because I was miserable, and wanted relief from my
wretchedness; I did not like it thon,
and I do not like it now. You may
think mo a poor-spirited creature; but
I would rattior stay horo and do as you
toll mo, and act undor ordurs than be
1 v dear .........    ...        ,
'apart from all othor considerations,
tho woman who worthily fills tliat
o/lice, as it will bu when it is developed, and as .you will lill it—with its
.rials and its difficulties, its powers and
its opportunities for doing good—that
woman may, if the right spirit animate her, attain to tho rank of the
other good women whose names ought
to stand opposite saints' days in men's
and women's hearts.*"
"Then I cannot be worthy of it,
said she, moved.
"Aud I say you are; and I say tbat
if you will not take it, I know not
where to put my hand on any othor
Woman qualilied as you are qualified
for it."
"If I took it, I should havo to make
up my mind that it should be for tho
•it of my life V
"You would.1"
A long pause. Re did not interrupt
her, nor press ber for an answer, for,
precious as the time of both was, these
moments of reflection and turning over
were absolutely necessary. Ho loaned
against the mantlepiece in silence, and
she stood by tbo window, equally
silent, seeing, without heeding them,
,!.1.Lt.l"J...l.1!.™!.,''.. syaSfaiffitf uf'&i'i
down tbe noisy thoroughfare.
What visions did she tear to shreds,
be wondered, as hs watched her without letting her see his observation—
what hopes did sho finally immolate i
what bright illusions of girlhood did
she luck out from her heart forever?
Could ho havo known, ho would have
been aware tbat she had never had any
youth, and that she oven now inwardly
expostulated witli her destiny, whieh
bail led her up through five-and-twenty
years of life without that youth.
Tliou»h he and she bad grown fast
friends, though she and his wifo had
become almost liko sisters, no word
had ever passed her lips wliich could
give any clew to tho story of Trow
and hopolessncss which ha. veil
her forth from her home at iwuuty-
two, a sad, unhopeful woman, and had
first led her (o them. That there was
a story, be was persunded; persuaded,
too' that she went over it in her mind
as sho stood looking out of tho window
then, boforo she answered him—-some
story connected with her home in that
green dale which be had never seen,
but of which sho bad onco or twice
spoken, in words which, though simple, had been full of life and fire.
At last her answer came:
"I will do as you wish, Dr. Wentworth..   I will go to Ridgeford."
"In the joy and relief of his heart, be
stepped forward and shook both hor
hands.
"I do thank y«u—from my heart I
thank you, With you at its head,
Uidgefortl shall be the lirst place of its
kind in England—that I swear!"
He laughed with satisfaction. Judith
only looked very grave, and thon he
said.
"But have ynu no curiosity to know
what my great and special reason was
for wishing you to go'/"
"What was it?"
"Just this. I don't want you to be
lost tn sullcriiig humanity and the
medical profession, whether, as a member of it, or a. servant uf it. Onco safe
in that post, you aro safe for life; but,
until you are installed there, I have a
codatuning dread, whicli haunts me
like a ghost, of your breaking away
from us, nnd getting married."
"Ynu certainly need not fear that,"
said Judith, after a moment's pause,
as she looked at him. "It is tbe ono
contingency iu my lifo which I am ab-
snlutoly certain will never occur.
Therefore be reassured."
"To think nf you married," pursued
tho fanatic, "devoted to ono miserable
man and his tiresome family, is to
think of something monstrous. Well,
good-by, You'll seo my wifo to-morrow, before setting oil. And stay at
home a mouth, whilo you have tlie
chance, '
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in tin;
Province. Foolscap Papers, better Tapers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, nnd other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &.C.,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALT.
THE COlJRTS.
OFFICK —Columbia street, Opposite Hy
nek Hull, Now Westminster, B. C.
BROTHERS,
ill,
IMPORTERS &
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
—FOIi—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   THE—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Fancy Goods.
A very large vnrloty of Kaney Goods always on hand, to which additions are tic
ing constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of hug*
eellaneous artieles such ns are usually
fount, in ii utationovy fstnViHulimcnt.
S|,('*'l iitl'-., F,iv*,—U|i»s»''k.
Pltiylng Cards, Vlslllnjj-Cni'-l!",
IIiiHliiOriH Cnnltt, Oftrd-uonril,
Cnril CaHpg,   Vagus, Game-*,
in
ksof (ill hliitlH,
Inksliimis—pilr-.ii tutu nut*
Photo. Alburn*., Pletnt'i
Autngritph  Album!',
Toy-
Scrap Hon It w, PurM-tr,
Writing Dceki, Gold Peng,
".-it-llt-H* Work HtiKktitti,
Gent le tn en's    i<*s*.ln;; Cittjet
Splints, Velvet Frames, en-,, *&c.
JAMES   MOEStBON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—And—
ATTCTIONJET-m!
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Our. CoVinliil Hotnl)
N BW   WK.STiMi.NST BR
SW Several goocl Farina for .Sale and to
Lease, nolO
lER,B£ETOII^GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET, ■ VHITOIIIA.
North British nntl Mercantile
Insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
'Mi Ftnabnry Circus,
Loudon, K. C.
w7d7ferr1ss
CONVEYANC Eft,
House, Lai, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
CULLktiun ui nfcNi ana utBis,
Agont for IheTltAYEMjKItS' fSSllR-
ANTE CO., of Hartford, Conn.
New WcstnlnsCer, tt. C.
-DEALERS IN—
-.A-HTD-
NOTICE OF"
REMOYAL!
Overseers §125 Oil  per montli.
Rock Foremen... .S3 00 to $4 00 \3 day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st clnss  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 60 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    1st
William niccou
T»F.{"!S  TO INFORM T1I8 NUM"RR;
)   ous patrons that lie has removed
his Business tu
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will lie.foimtl, as usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a line line of
Dry (ioods Gents* Fnriilshlng
Goods, Ac, &c.
Whicli will he sold at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash. '
He thanks his friends for tlmr prist
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of the samo, mhl
class
3 00
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET.
VICTORIA. B.C.
Having established Business in the above
Lines mid hy
EEOENf IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We are prepared to fill orders to the
Trade in the following Goods*!
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
Blacksmiths,   2nd
clnss  2 50
Blacksmith Help- ,
ors  1 50 to   2 00
Drillers  1 75 to   2 00
Laborers   1 50 to   1 75
Hewers, 1st class   3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 50
Scorers, 1st class    2 50
All outside Inhor 10 hours por day.   *
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All "Employees to hud themselves Bed,
Bonrd nnd Lodging,
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Lino.   Board - §4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
\Vagcs will be.pnid monthly, on the
10th ol each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
Ckneiui. M.ykamku.
Office of tiikCiintiiactoiw,
Cai-.aih.an Pa'oihc Railway,
Vule.Muveh 1, 1881.
HAM,
Every Man (o Iris own Business
Ho wrung her hand again, and dollar ted.
(To lio Cun tin tied.)
111.nn ViTiuot/—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smnt.
Send to Lanoi.ky k Co., Victoria. Also,
fur snle—celebrated Condition Powders
and "Drlfflold's Black Oils. Both these
should be in every stable. mh2l)
Pianos & Organs.
Havingoiadounusually favorable arrangements with some "bf the lending Piano
makers in Boston, New York. Baltimore, and elsewhere, wo ire able to ofl'er a
FIKST-CLASS PIANO
nt little mom than has heretofore boon
asked Jfora v^ry inferior instniniont. We
have the exclusive agency in tins Province
for the line Pianos inauufaoturod by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
tiietie Pianos, imported by u8, tire now in
this city, and thoy are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
ever brought into this country. AVc nre
also agents for tho Knubo Pianos, the
Btoinway, tlio Weber, the Docker, and
others, nny one of which wo can supply on
the most tavorablo terms. Wc nre agents
in this province (or the Dominion Organ
(Vs. OrgiM* {<>f Uowmam ilie, (int.), nnd
W. Hell & Cn's. Organs (of Gtwlph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Ptano or Organ of nny kind, Canadian,
American or Knropeun, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us,
 *-♦—•-♦ ■
Sheet Music.
Tlio largest assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
on the Mainland, Solos, duets, trioa,
quartettes, choruses, both secular and
BAOred. A line collection ol the very best
Pinno Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pinnistt* in the cast. Shout music
sold at "New York prices,
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for Pinno, Organ, Violin, etc, The new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal arid instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
We are agents for tho North Biiitish
AND MeIM'ANTJI.K PlllE   iNSl'I'.ANt.l', Co.;
Capital, §10,000,000 ; Louses paid, 823,*
000,000. Also, the GotfFBflK&ATION DlVB
Ass-soot ation, offering the lowest rates on
the best security of any company doing
business in Canada.
T. R. PEAESON & CO,,
^A_
"CD "C*l "CI T"    **CT
PRACTICAL
CHEWf 1ST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(l)l'l'. doLONIATi HDTIil.),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  IB. 0.
I'hjdcliins' P'roterlptloni ami Family llcclpcs» Specialty.
N. Tl. —Only Qonutno Drugs used.
Over twenty vent's* cxitorlonce.    mv'2S\
WOeOS i TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
ItKXTS,   1IKIITS, AC,  COnuKCTBD,
Loniw Negolliit.il, ami u General
Agoncy Bltsittoss tmntmctoit,
AGENTS  1'im Till!
l'lti'iiix Firo Itwuraiico Oompany ot
Urookl] II, .'mil the
Kqiittablo t iii- Assurance Society
of the United States.
I oil Hill I   STItKET,
NliW   WESTMINSTER,   li. C.
I'. (I. H.s-10.
LARD.
BACON,
THIS
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
-THE-
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Ciinilles, RlcC, Syrup, Cheese,
lli'lt'tl Fruits, (Tinned (ioods,
Vinegar, linking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BOMS,
WftAPMNB paper,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in tlio Grocery and
Provision Line.
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
IT IS TUB RECOGNIZED A UTHO-
Hiy tn Oumuicrclnl nml   r'iii:im*l.il  Oli-tiles,
nntl tliu liu.it Crt'iiliy Jotirnul on tlit* L'ttcIfU) count.
ScrVu.l l*y ciirrleri tii Sun VitincHifo
(Uliltlio towns cf tlm intmlcr tit Xflffl. por wuali
Ily until, itostflj-ii -mid Si a nur your,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
IrTiinviininoIti Iwclvii-i'ii-i'jjdiirritil, nml in pro-
liorlitrii to Ita Hlr.utiiec1il,''iii'nt|Hi,»criii tliuci.iiitlty
StBSCRIl'TWX RATES.
Tin* Wt-ol. lj.-ni.il tlio Frldny II11II.II11.
foillilnj- tiip-ilii'i- tin* nin-it i'ii 111 pluti* Roiul-
Woekly ptilillt-licd nn tliu Pncllto Count, will
llOBOIll lOMiyiHttilTUS, IKWtl.gO 'mill,  Ull lliu Till
lowing tonus 1
Weekly nnd Friday UnUetln.
One Yenr  W 00
Blx MonlllB    1 BO
Weekly Bulletin Alone.
 $i! 50
THS CHEAT WUSII REMEDY
"^""^ Curt!  for Norv-
.,, ons DcliI I il VtlSx-
.un.  tf-™< M """ted Vitality
J^^-i-P! «f any hind,
f^M "lysis, anfl all
;■' &*'] lhe Lrn-lc eC-
:<i\yV--'**.1 I't'Clsolvoiillifill
BAWuifiM   follies, and ex-
-ssps In maturer years,
BU, MIKT1K will   nnroo  to   forfeit
rive Hundred Dollars for »enso ot
tliis kind un* vii.il Restorative (linftw
i.liis special advice nml iroattiientj.wlll n'ot
cure, nr lor nnythirg Inuuiro fir injiirintin
Ibniid in it, DR, MIXTIK i-va's all Discuses    sii['t't?SfUii!y   wil iin in,    mere 11 ry.
Cans'rtltatlon free. Tlmronph esfahifr
iiiitmn mul advicr, So'00, I'i ice of Vltilj
Restorative, $3*00 n bottle; or four
timi's tiie (jimniily, SHi-00; sent to any
dddresR upon receipt ni" pHc*?, tir C O. D,,
Beouro.rrotn observation, and in priviiie
nanie if desired, by A. 11. "SIIXTIK,
M. i).
Tboso wlio ctinnnt visit ])}\, HI^IK
in Sun Frnnoipci) slimild semi a full an'd
minf.ie stiHPment ol tlieir irnttblea with
$25*00, uml in rehirti a full courso .of
Medicine will l*-o for.wordnl, securely
packed, so ns not lo rXclte iiiirlosity.
All orders (or medictiiii 0. 0. D. must
..j aecoth|ianied wllh $1.00 (as a f-unr-
antea oF pood failli), which will be. *1 tj—
ducted whon tho iiiickiion fo shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTI,"*' FREB.-Scnt oti
npptit'iiiitin by letter stall tig symiittim**.
sex and ape. Comtniijilcations slrictly
oonfltlential. --    jnjSl-ly
il livitfiicy V(H*i'i, San rraiiclHCti, Cal.
W), 11KEAKHTEY STKEET,
SAN FRA1TOISC0, GAL.   ;
■J-fcK. KPIKIVEV, w'll;i|.wiii.stlii*r.>iin.
iP   .I.T.if tint M-ntn,;.!, it*. IJ.)M.*.l!c!ii I11MI-
RW Shipping Recoipts, in triplicatO) at
% U. I'caraon & Co.'is—Adv.
Ctilimil.il st. I'tiutweun O. O. i\T'iJor'H ami Junio-i
t'liiinliii'liiiiu's),
Now Westminstor, B, C,
C.   M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAg JUST HUCHIVUDT'ITH T.AIifl-
c»tni«i.rtiiinitt)f Cloaka rn-ot UUd
on tlm Mainland uf British Colombia.
Nltikcl t'loclra, nt$2.3B (wnraintod)i
Sctli  TlininiiR'  Xli'ki'l Alarm, nt
?3.25.
All liln.la ol Mantel  nml  Oflk'c
Clocks.
lVlllllllim' WiltCllCS, polh silver nuns,
from Ul.T upwards.
A fino nssortment of flllrlliii; Silver
.ICWClry, of tlio latest designs.
Silver I'lntc Ware  and Opllcnl
(Ioods.
Col.lIMIlIA STRKKT,
au2 New VVostminstor, ll.C.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
[ii called to the umlornotou' Qootls, on
which tliomoat LIBERAL INDUCE-
MBNT8 will bo offdroil to tho
'I'i in Ir, ou wo uro
SOLE
Agents for BritisliOotaMa
Ono Yenr -	
;>ix Mi'titlis	
l:
ttMiilttiuiec* liy Drnlt, !'(tritit(Hf'B (Inlcr, WhIIh,
t'ni-|-iTft Co'a Kxprota, tinii iii-i-iii'i'ni liottor, ui
i.ni' rlalt.
FBKE SKK1) MSTKlllimOX.
Knrh milmfiilHT will Im iiru.ii'iitinl witli ci'vunil
rnr[,.tii-H m' Itiiru nml Viilimhl-. TKHK, VI«IB-
TAlil.llniii KI.'iWKIt .-■t*.l-:ii.-*,  Hpuil  in v.ilii.' I..
tliu Biil> crlpllon [>i'i. I* nf tliu jinpiir*
«8"Soinlftir8BmpleCopy, glvlug full ptirtlcnlnn.
Atlilrosa,
a. V. BUUEtlR COMt'ANT,
SAN C11AN01SCO.
Cnllfornliv.
tntii, nml Intti
I'l-.j.ii.*'
'uri'l
tlm SHXNBYTIHiH
INt'lllMAltY,
w. hi M
moi*
t reapoetfullT InlbriA
lliu prtiii'iita n
ml tliP
ntTl.fi
:otl ceiienillyj tlmt liu
Mill continue*!
tn Iir
nl clli
otile niirt uurvoua tlin-
Uit8(i« Willi mil1
antlleltj
1 StlCl
icaa.
H.ADJER AND CfrBNTtBMBM,
Itotuiiiiiber tlmt prncrmtitintton Ih tho thiof uf
COME AND 3E HEALED.
lit ytitirlrutiulM mill iw.wiiw
, It mmi.tiki
nml N't  Ihu 1
(•(ml yuu n.-tl    ..
irtttjfj* yuuriel
-liit.V
diHci
• i-alf
stnntlB
yonr c
m.' i'i ii
Bfnttci
iri> vi.n 1
il* win toil
Villi KOl
' ir tn
it.luiwlll
ti'll yo
ii Unit, l
TII* llU Wiil
nol nml
faetfiiit
rrhiki
i n nisu tin
!,„,,,.
iBConfldi
.■nt or uf-
I'urii
.vii.lin.
tr.ml.li'
« will
nml it  nilt
:,£;i;
s
mdii, by
ciiurBa of
rl.-'itv.
MlWlj plli'i
Dlt.
SPIN
VKYwill |
1*0   to   11'
rfolt Five
Mnnili'.
iii   lli.l
lari lor e
Tory en
si* i.r ni
..v kimi or
clmnict
IT Will
e!> Ita nnila
luin-i
lli.l fills
to mim.
-   P. H.
—Por
diKi<n.Nm .
if slu.v
t atntiill
ni*, n pin
coiirup
ot ntf
■li.-ilK'H,   HI
llll.'il'llt
for n c
lira, -AbJIi
nil li.nl
rii-'ii.*
na,  will Im mint
In nny
utldrotja on
roreipt
of $10
Cnlli
it* ArlillTSS
l)i*. S!
?ixxf.y it
CO.,
n 28-ly
ft
i.llKoiirn
ey-Ht,,
Snn l-'iini
icIacp.Cnli
1SIO T XGJES
T HAVE TJIIS PAY DISPOSED OF
I my brunch Furniture Store in New
WoBtininstoi' to Mr. John G. Bunto, who
w ftiithovizetl to collect all oiitstaiitliny
debts* mul will pay ull liabilities in connection therewith,
1 tako thin opportunity of thanking
my customers for their liberal patronage
iu tbe iwusfc, and trust the saino will no
extended to my micecsso'i'.
Tlio biiHiuess in Victoria will bo continued us usual by tho undersigned.
JACOB SEHL;
New "West., Aug. 2nd, 1882.
(iOOD AS GOLD BAKING POWDER
"I'ho Best and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL OIL,
"Water White tmd t'uro.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
~      "     "jorgest S"      l'1 "" "l
Tylmcco.
Being   tho'   Largest Sizo rtittl Best
"'oXti
Our Goods are Gua
ranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
FURNITURE I
TN CONNECTION WITH THE A-
.L bovc notice, the undersigned has
pleasure iu amiouiiolug thnt bo is now
•prepared to supply alt kinds of Furniture, ke., ut the lowest possible prices,
Cabinet work und Upltolstorjbg done
promptly and in iln*t'cluss style, -
UNDERTAKING
Tn nil its hrum-hes. The undersigned
lids tho only HISAIISK in the City. A
contiuuniice of public patronage solicited.
Old stum!, tio.Tt Occident Hotel.
J. 6. IHJNTi,
JiUto Manager Sohl'a Branch Furniture
.Store. nuoto
•JcasrxxEss:
I To PlRKARHS, COMeLAlNTS Knd AcCIBUNTS I
which Hagyard's Ynuow On. 15 nuaran-1
toed lo rum er relieve tilher in Man or |
IJkast.
TAKM IHTBMUY FOU
CROUP, 1 COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SOKE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, £e.
etPIIEn tXTEBHALLY FM
RHEUMilTISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
COXTlt.WlIOXS
LUMIIAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS\
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
P.UNINBACK,
PATNInSIDE,ii,\
Every bottle Riinmntectl to dive srdiufac.
tion or money reuuuleii,
DIREO.I0KII WITH E«0U BOTTIE. FRIOEDSo,
•S. MIJ.3TO5T & 00., Ppoprlotom
'i'OIIONTO, ONT. B
blMBlM*BBB*MBHHBl
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN, tlmt
ut tlio exnimtmu of Sixty iluys
from tlio ilutu of tliin notice, 1 intolid to
umlto application to the Ghiol Cuniiiiis-
slonor of ljnntls and Worka for porliiiflglon
to pnrehimo^tlinio hunilrctl nml twenty
aei't's of nnsiu'voyetl, unrcaemitl, nml tin-
oucnpieil down ltiml on Xexaild Tjalantl,
Now Woatmiuafcot* ITIslrift, ilosccibotl us
follown:--
Ooimnoholng ut thii SoiitlvEatlt cotnev
of Lot d; tltcnoe true South, 40 oliitiun;
lliumiu true Went, fill olinina; tlionoo trno
Nortii, TU chain's! tiicncc tmo l^ast, tiO
ohailiH, to tho point of ooniiiioiioomcnt.
UIIAS. E. POOLEY.
Victoria, B.C., Aug. 23,1882.     Iin2nni2
PAYJJP!
ALL ACCOUNTS NOT' ,1'A|IT 1)Y
tlio' Kith Inst, will ho plttiwl in tho
l)aiuln of it Collcctoi' with instructions.
W. J. EBENCH.
Now Went., .Tilly •!, 1882. jy.T

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