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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
_—ib ptrou-ineD—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— nr—
robson brothers;
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entmhoe to En-
Tini»L aud Business Departmentthriuqh t. ».
Pearson & Cos. Book & Sthioneh Store.
      «Tly Mnll, S3 , year t $1 00 fur B mo., t
tl for 3 mo., i payable In Advance. Iloltrered.
byOft'leflnr jtoo/.tjl |ief qil.rter, payublo
qtMrterly/io On§ieV er Agent.    I
I       |   ii -*
rm
T8I
T. N. NlUH t CD. VlOTOIIIA.
Wu, minus Yale.
L P. FISHER  AdrerlMen Agent, 21 >l< relmnt'e
txehAiiee, Pet, ■'ninclec,,, I. eittliiiri.ed to receive
M
AdvrtMiementynrHllllH |mpyr.
Fta.mr.luy Mornlnn. Aliril UK, ■«*'-'•
Open tlie Din,***
It ia lio longer a  Kimi-rt   that  tli
C. P. Railway contractor in going to
concentrate Ilia energies upon the
Euinry-Moody suction,. with a view
to having it availali.lo ut the earlieat
|M>uiblri moment for the purpose of
trail.porting I from the w>ahoatil to
the interior plant and material ami
, aupplies for the Emory Savona sec
i tion. aa Well aa for the steel bridge
which ia to span the Fraser at the
i crossing a few: miles .lielow Lytton.
I'We cannot living ourselves to regard
li that policy as being calculated in
i the highest degree to promote the
I belt interests of the country.    But
j it it equally impossible to close one's
j; eyes to the fact that it  is the true
lyliusinesa policy, if the matter is to
Tlb» viewed from   the   contractor's
PiHtanilpoint of self-interest.    And we
f,suppose it would he taken as an indi-
I'cation of extreme verdancy,  were
liuine to assume the possibility of tho
■^contractor regauling   the question
[/from any other standpoint,  unless
Ijthereto impelled by the conditions
Imf the bond.   Such would a[ipaui- tn
ubt the position of the question ; and
[we have to deal with things as tlmy
tare—not as they ought, to be. Given
lithe concentration of forces upon the
|llowar section, it becomes nn urgent
'duty to consider what can bo done
[[towards turning sequent conditions
Ijto the best possible account.    Tlio
kmount Of' skilled and  unskilled lour employed in the valley of the
ower Fraser during the next two
years on the railway works must
Inecessarily tie very great.   It is esti-
nated all the way from live tlion-
Bnnd to nine thousand men. It would
fcprobably be safe to calculate upon
nthe  poplilation  being fully doubled
pin so far as consumption of food pro-
[ductiiins is concerned.    Now the
ortant fact staring us in the face is
thia: There is not the capacity on
7'he Lower Fraser at the present
fime to supply the demand about to
be created. Wo aro accustomed to
ji-efei' with pardonable pride to the
district of New Westminster as one
|,f very great agricultural capacity
ras the queen district of the Province, Undeniably it does possess
I'ery great agricultural possibilities,
f ut to pretend that it has the present
InpacUy to meet such a demand .a is
likely, nay, certain, to lie made upon
1 would be folly. There are not the
nrmera aud there are not the farm
lihoivra to do it. More fanners are
[.quired, and more fertile acres are
ential. With such an absolute
frtainty of a rich harvest, there
fluid probably lio littlo dilHctilty in
htracting the farmera if only there
.re Ihe waiting acres for them to
titer u)ioii. But unfortunately all
\p lands that would be available are
eked up—cannot be touched I Who
filtls the key! Technically the Du
Ijinion Government; but the .Mil is
Lr of Railways asserts that the Pro
[iicial Government won't let thein
the door. It is only a short
Fne since the local organ told its
|w readers that tlie country owed
falkem * debt of gratitude for
peping the door locked I The public
biter who would, under the circuit)-
«nces, venture such an assertion,
flit entertain peculiar views con-
1,'ning th* mental condition of his
petera. Given the absence of capa-
r to meet the demand for food
odiictioiis, what follows t Shall we
[told that it will be all the better
i, the farmers we have, as they
lultl get the more for their pro-
11 Could that proposition be es-
I'lished, we confess tlmt the matter
hid wear a very much less ugly
fe, as we. should be glad to see
Jie struggling pioneer farmers,
i have borne the burden and heat
Ithe day, enriched. But that is
■ what would happen. Would the
| products of the great interior
Ie pouring down to the seaboard)
lhat were so, It would divest the
tttion of it» want feature, as the
SJSB
.fOLTJME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, .B. C, SATURDJlJf APRIL 29, 1882.
I
NUMBER 34
money would he retained in the
country to enrich our own people
und develop the permttnent indns
[trios of the country. But neither
could tlmt happtm, because there
would as yet he no means of moving
produce to the seaboard. Tlnis is
what would undoubtedly} Happen.
Ships laden with fin-Rigi. produce
would line tlie wharves tit Port
Moody niid at New Westminster
and at Fort Haney, and a large part
of the money wxpamlfd on the railway-works would lie dfoiflw ottt of
the country to enrich the foreign
producer. The only effectual Way to
prevent that difwatrous condition of
affairs is to thfdw op*jirtlie door to
our own fertile lands, ao that they
may be made lo do their part towards mtpplying food for the thott-
aands of railway worketu Better if
that had been done sooner. But
"better late than never."
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN, Popular Market
niiAI.BIl   IN
MURAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B, I.,
COLUMBIA  STKKKT WEST.
W. J.  FRENCH,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINPF-R, VAPKR RULKR,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
ctc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
fiovernment Street, Victoria* B. C.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SrHNCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
How to Deal with Eats.—A wntur
in tht Scientific American says: "We
clean our premiftts of these detestable
vermin by making whitewash yellow
with copperas, and covering the stones
and rafters iu the cellar with it. In
every crevice in which a rat may go,
wo put the crystals of the copperas
and scatter in the corners of the flour.
Tho result was a perfect Htumpede of
rata and mice. Since that time not
a footfall of either rata or mice has
been around the house. Every spring
a coat of the yellow wash is given the
cellarasapuritior.asaratexlorininator,
and no typhoid, dysentry or fever
attacks tlio family. Many pqrstms
deliberately attract till the rats in the
neighborhood by leaving fruit-* and
vegetables uncovered iu tho cellar,
and sometimes even the soap is left
open for their regalement. Cover up
everything eatable in tho cellar and
pantry, and you will soon starve them
out. These precautions, joined to the
service of a good cat, will prove as
good a rat exterminator as the chemist
can provide. Wc never allow rats to
he poisoned in our dwelling; they are
so apt to get between the walla and
produce much annoyance." "
THE ABOVE HOTEL 13 NOW
open for the accommodation of tho
Pnhlic, and the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fait* share of patronage.
The very best of WINES, Liquoiis and
CiOAiuj will always bo kept,
C.    MORTON
July I, 1881. aufi
Contractor and Builder.
PLAXSmill SPKCIl'UIATIOSS CAKE-
FULLY MAD*. OUT.
ALSO AIIEN'T  Poll THB
Asphalt Roofing Company,
This is the BEST and CHEAPEST
Routing now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
toT Shop corner of Mackenzie k Clark-
sou Streets, New Westminster,    apl.2
FIRE INSURANCE.
How to Escape Nervousness.—Dr.
Wm. A. Hammoud, an eminout phy-.
sioian, ill an article "How to escape
nervousness," prescribes the following
rules, which aro worthy of special attention in a season such as the present
when the climatic changes tiro so frequent and so much nuilariaprevuiU:*— 1.
.Ah ample supply of pure, fresh and cool-
air The nerves should not be asked
to endure vitiated air, whether the impurities come from sewers, gas lights
and subterranean furnaces, or the individual's own person. Don't lire habitually in too warm au atmosphere.
Keep your rooms at 05°, and open the
windows evory now aud then, 2. Eat
plenty of ice.ll cooled and nourishing
food. Not slops, but undiluted animal
and vegetable food; as a rule, animal
food should predominate. Meat-eaters
are rarely troubled with nervousness.
3. Take sufficient physical exercise in
the open air. When you foel irritable,
tremulous, fretful, fidgety, and unable
to concentrate your thoughts on the
veriest trifle, take a long walk or split
half a cord of wood. If these rules
were faithfully followed, there would
be'less work for the doctors to do,
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £2,000,000 sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium hy
JOHN C. BEOWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
TllE ENTIKK STOl'K OP
Furniture,   Pictures,   Mouldings,
Wall Paper, and Under takers*
Uoods,
In the Store lately, occupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for floods wliich are not on
hand will be tilled from Victoria on short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, New Westminster, or to
J,   SEHTj,
Victoria, U. C.
Tiir Poi.y.scoi'js.--Ata recent soiree
in the Paris Observatory, Ml Troiivo
showed a live fish with its body lit up
from within by his polyscope, a minute
form of which, with conducting wires
passing to the hands of the operator,
the animal had been caused to swallow
{comfortably, let us hope). The whole
holy became transparent in the dark,
so that the vertebra) could be counted
and all details o:, a mined. This instrument promises to have many uses.
Among others it''tis already been applied, La Nature says, to show students
the texture of the rectum aud bladder;
to facilitate extraction of a projectile
st tho back of the nose; to examine
the stomach of a bull {in which a gastric
fistula was formed); to lighting tho
interior nf shells aud cannon for examination; also to lighting powder
magazines, in which case the reflector
is enclosed in a triple envelope of glass.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
HAW Fll.!\«,   key nrriKfi,   kqck-
hmith. -nrm-Ri- (mown,
JWIHSOBS MHAItI*t..\I.»,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Neodles for Salo.
I'nibrcllaN .11 in dcil, nnd Uenrrnl licit air*
lim neatly dour.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Reloading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. iU.vt.BS. Shot
Cosh, IIr vol visits, and Fishing Tackle
for sale. (l24y
A Mistake,—It is a groat and often
fatal mistake to take repeated drastic
purgatives for constipation of the bowels;
they induce piles aud cause debility of
the bowels. Hut-dock Blood Bitters is a
safe and perfect regulator uf the bowels,
arousing the torpid Liver, and all the
secretions to a healthy action, acting on
the Kidneys, and renovating and toning
the system in the most perfect manner.
Do not let prejudice stand in the way
of relief if yon Buffer from any lingering
disease. Burdock Blood Hitters cure'
others, why should it not benefit you ?
It is a specific for all forms of Blood,
Liver, and Kidney Complaints, Nervous
Headaches, General Debility, Scrofula,
and all diseases of the Secretory system.
Trial Bottles 10 Cents.
ADVANTAGES OF BE
1
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
puoi-niKTon.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, tha [iirg-
est ami choicest ussurtiiicnt of.'
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAMB, VEAL, TURKEYS, kS, in
Ask your Druggist for a trial bottle of
Burdock Blood Bitters, it will only
cost you 10 cents, and a few doses will
prove its efficiency as a health-restoring
Tonic-regulator of tho Bowels, Liver and
Kidnoys, It is specific for all diseases
arising (rom impure blued ami disordered
secretions, . .
For all purposes of a Fatuity Medicine,
Haoyaiu.k Ykllow Oil fs at the head
of the list. It is used with unprecedented success, < both internally and externally. It cures Sore Throat, Burns,
Scalds, Frost Bites; relievos, aud often
cares, Asthma.
THE BEACON LIGHT is
on Oil of High Test with alight gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner elves a (Brilliant) Light equal to Ten Candle
lilgbtsl
Its odor is not oftbnsivc.   The Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE FROM SMOKE & SMELL
In point of Economy, the Beacon Light
Oil is
LEHS EIPKXftlVE THAN OTHER OILS.
The Consumer burning one light—for
Four Hours—will uot,consume over One
Gill, or ono thirty-second part of a Cal*
Ion. .which does uot tax the Consumer
moro than Two Cents for a whole night.
OFPEXHEIMER BROS.,
fe-t Sola Agents, Victoria, B.C. ,
Families, Restaurants, aud Steamboats
supplied at the lowest prices aud with
the utmost care.
Now Westminster, B. C.
delO
ESTAilLlSHED 1850. '
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE LARGEST ANT)   CHOICEST
J.   wisortineiit of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, aud supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortment; from $2.3 to $00,
—AT—
BAtiNALLbCO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(■OVEItXJJEM STKEET, VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
PrANWORTE k OlltlAN TrfSEli k RKl-AlltER
ITO GLVIIESUALE STILLIIW
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREOON STATE
aud District Fairs. Item aud Sire
imported from Scotland; color, bright
dappled bay; height, 17 .hands; weight,
1800 lbs. Will make the season at owner's farm near Victoria.
TBXftBIS:
Season—$30, due when Mare sent.
Insurance—§40, duo whon Maro in
foal.
Mares served at risk of owners.
Marks from Mainland met at Steamer at Victoria mid returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
AXiSO
«vr
KIWI HAWBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Marc, to a few Marcs
at $25 the season.
J. D. PEMBKRTON,
apl2 Victoria, Box 245,
"PRINCE   IMPERIAL'
WILL STAND FOR THE SEA
sen of 1SS2, commencing about
15th inst. Season from arrival to continue till 1st July, travelling from Ladner's Landing to Chilliwhack.
"PRINCE IMPERIAL" is a dappled
Grey, 5 years old, stands 10 hands* nigh,
weight about 1450 lbs., short-lugged,
closely built (sired by Myers' "White
Prince"), with splendid action; good feet,
and docile temper; good worker, ami
sure foal-getter. Testimonials will accompany him.
Terms for Season §10
Insurance'  15
Cash payable at end' of season. Cash
for insurance when mare is known to be
in foal, or has been parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, but all
care taken.
For further particulars apply to
R. A. PURVER,
Ladner's Landing, April 4, 1882.
nighty rccotamcndcii
Cur t>'ll(.u.HiK*'H.
Ilcnil-Acjje,   t'on-
,  : .. f.t ^^J MlpulIon,Indices-
a t'i II Oon, CMzzlm-ss, Heartburn,
.:.*V ■Siul liiratli, loss of Ap.
__£-j IH,(i-0f jaundice, Ion of
y, :.<>;.* :,;m*i.irli. liver<«m-
nrr.;i>-illa''.*-jiiri*'iti£!fromttietMomi
•1 '-tor liilnrys. They are safe,
!;'. L-ongh lit thoir action, Fromltoi
u]l"' vm^r, njf*, rcunox.
ROYAL CITY
(X>X'BXX')FXIX»)
HAVE ON HAND AND AHE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AI.!. l>ESCIUFTIO.N-H OF—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
I'laiiins. Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHINfl,
executed to order with the  ■
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTI.
RICMARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager;
J. K. PLEACE a CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
STOVES,
B.ANGES,   &C, &C.
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOmBOOU'H STOKE III II IH\<',
New VfVNtfiiliiKicr.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
H
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OP EVERY
description made to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A—
sa.jk.sra  boot.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OlTOKlTE THE B..XK.
^lIPEmAL^
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Broad St, and 18 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
I^OR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
i Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Pock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; nlao, Ships building and repairing, Barges aud other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Subscribed nud Invested Capital,
£1.(500,000 STG.
Kates of Premium and ovary information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AKHSTKONti,
Agmit for Nc\r Westminster.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City,
THE IfflM DMIIfffif
IS UNDER THK CHARG1C OF AN
JSXBKRIENCBP ARTIST.
THK UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-claBs, and
at reasonable rates.
Tlie Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are undor the superintendence
of Mrs. Howison,
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books ami papers, is
provided for the nae of tfiesta,
THB   BAR
Is supplied with the choicest brands c
Wises, Liqcors. Ckmiuj, ke.
J. W. HOWISON,
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INLET.
JTcirly Built and Newly Furnished,
large and Commodloas.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of tlmt
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SI ITS    Or    KOOIIS    FOB    FAMILIES.
<#■ Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tito scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premise-*.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
0R0 RESTAURANT
(IIH'MniA STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ESTABLISHED I860.)
THIS WELIi KNOWN' AJTO MOST
conveniently located eatftblishmcnt,
having been jmrclmstHl by the undersigned, will be conducted ns a, FIRST
CLASS
BOARDINC    HOUSE,
Under tho personal superintendence of
Mrs. Daocett.
rmv "■*: M. AI m s
Board k Lodging per Week $fi 00
Board alnne per Week  0 00
Single Meals      50
tsr The Mail Stages leave tins House
for Burrard Inlet twice a day.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
Mny il, 1881.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
(Next Door to Public  Library),
COM'MMA STREET.
THE UNDKRSIGNEPBEOS LEAVE
to announce to the Public tlmt she
Ems leased the abovo Hotel, and is pro-
pared to furnish to the travelling Public
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—AT—
REASONABLE   RATES.
Fiirnto MnliiK Rooms Tor Indies
and Families.
MRS. BONSON,
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THB RrltlRh Columbian, the
Newspaper on the Mainland of Brit-
, ieh Colinnr-i'i.   Only *?H a year.
|or Mt or fo'jUht;
HAY FOR SALE.
mHK  HUDSON   BAY   COMPANY
hat- for sale, at Langley, 50 urns of
well-saved Timothy Hay.
Apply to     HENRY WARK, , .
ap5 Langley.'
FOR RENT.-
THE EAGLE HOTEL, FfiONT-ST,,
New Westniinstel'i   opposite   th.
Wharf; with a License.
Apply to
HENRV V. K*)MONOS,
mh22 IjiihI Agent.
FOi^SALET
rpHHEE   YOKE   WOOD,    HEAVY
_L   Work Oxen.  All well trained.
For terms and particulars apply to
WM. McKEE,
Feb. 14, 1882.    (fulfil    Boundary Bay.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILK
of excellent brick, for ule eh«fty.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
New Westminster,
June 24, 1881.
!»M
FOR SALE OB LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN  WHOLE OR PART*
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED
aeres Dyked Land, of which 250 acrea
could easily he pnt under erop for next
season,
WITH tVIIllSF SO FEET FRONT, and
AMPLE IIAUX AND OTHKK
WILDING    .1(1 Oil'NIDATION.
Apply to
0. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
FARM for SALE
rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOE
1 Bale, on the most liberal terms, a
Farm of 14G acres shunted ou Houndary
Ray, about 8 miles from New Westminster, and intersected by the trunk wagon '
road.
The principal part of the Farm « rich
bottom land; twenty-live acres have boen
cleared and partly fenced. There arer
two springs of excellent water on tho
property. It is well adapted for dairy
purposes.
For particulars, apply by letter, or
personally to
JOHN R. ROBINSON,
New Westminster.
January 3rd, 1682. juy4to
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Churcli or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Hu Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hii-
mana, grand organ, and knee -swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet tonod
and in good order. Will be Bold for 8150
cash, as it is intended to procuro a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. EEARS0N k CO.,
Stationers & Music Dealers,
fc4tc New Westminster,
FOR  SALE:
THE   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
perty.
City ot New Westminster:
LOT   4, BLOCK 10,
"     10,       " 85,
"     12,       " US,
"      7.       " 9,
"     12,       " -H.
District of New Westminster :
Lot 219,  Group I., Nortii shore Tort
Moody,
Lot  102,  Group I„   South sido Port
Moody,
Lot 116, Group I., near Hastings, Burrard Inlet,
Lot 302, Group L, Fnlto Creek,
Lot 119, Group II., South hank Fr«s«
River,
Lota  147, 14S,  ISO, Group IL, South
hank, Fraser River,
Lot 90a, Group IL, South hank Fraaer-
River.
HENRV V. EDMONDS,
mhlS Land Agent.
SvenThoTsandI
AOEBS
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
Tho undersigned offer
LAND ON MATS-QUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Liberal Terms of I'.i.vment given to
lliina flile Solders.
These Lauds are of excellent quality,
anil a Inrgrc portion of them is ready for
tho plougli.
C. E. WOODS,
Now Westminstor,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victoria,
Or C. B. SWORD,
ocS Rivcrrid*. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
W* Want Trapp Bros
Dentistry Dr. F. Welsh
Just Received... ,T. R. Pearson & Co
Special Methodist Church
Wxt §ritislt Columbian.
Saturday Morn ins. April », IHH'.'.
Gentlemen, What Is Your Vcr-
diet?
The- •utrgiei and aspirations of
th* people are crushed by the fatuous
conduct of their rulers. Just look
at the position of this community.
Within au hour's drire of Burrard
Inlet, our people might as well be a
hundred miles away from that im
portant centre of industry, in so far
as its trade is concerned — being
practically cut off for want of means
of communication. The consequence
ia that the imjiortant trade of Burrard Inlet, rightfully belonging to
ni, filters into foreign channels.
Turning south, the condition of affairs is little or no better. True,
there exists on the other side of the
rirer a road system which cost
enough to be good; but it is rendered next to useless because of there
being no reasonably facile means of
crossing tbe rirer. It is now eighteen
months since the attention of tbe
Government was forcibly directed to
this palpable want by a Grand Jury,
Attention was atilt more forcibly directed to it a few months ago by the
loss of four lives—two of them most
valuable lives. Petitions were sent
in to the Government two or three
Months ago, praying that the want
might be supplied. These petitions
were signed by the whole body of
the people on both sides of the river.
But up to the present moment, no
steps whatever appear to have been
taken towards complying with the
reasonable demands of tlie people.
The consequence is that trade in the
town and industry in the settlements
are to a great extent paralyzed, and
that, too, at the very timo when we
are on the verge of great developments which might well tax all tbo
energies and resources of the people
under the most favorable circumstances. Did the supplying of these
desiderata involvo a considerable expenditure of public revenue, one
■could easily understand the conduct
of the Government, because the great
Jumbo at Esqnimalt will obviously
require all the revenue that might
under other circumstances be sup
posed to be available for reproductive public works. But very little
money is required for one, and none
at all for the other. The conduct of
Ministers in denying justice to this
section of the Province in the matter of representation is easily enough
understood. Knowing the intelligence and independence of the people, they naturally concluded that the
less representation the District has
the safer they will be. Is it possible
that they are pushing this doctrine a
step farther and acting upon tho
principle that the poorer the people
are the safer they will be1 Whatever
may be tbe explanation, the line of
conduct pursued towards tbe communities on the Lower Fraser and
Burrard Inlet is wholly indefensible
and calls loudly for a verdict of condemnation at the hands of the electors when they go to the ballot-box
next summer. Let that verdict be
both unanimous and emphatic !
Treaty-Making.
In the Dominion House of Commons, on the 25th the resolution offered by Mr. Blake, setting forth
that Canada ought to have the power
of making ber own commercial treaties, was voted down by a majority
of 124 to 58. The telegraph informs
ns that Kir John Macdonald contended for the present system of
government, because if we made
treaties we would not have power
to enforce them, whereas now the
treaties we are interested in nre enforced by the power of England. He
believed the resolution bad, and
really meant independence nnd sops*
ration from the mother country. Mr.
DeCosmos, aa usual, not only supported tbe resolution, but went away
beyond it, declaring himself in favor
ef Canada brooming an independent
nation, and he had the company of
M. Ouiniet, a Quebec member.
There is doubtless much to be said
in favor of Canada being allowed to
make her own treaties. History and
experience teach Canadians a bitter
lesion on that subject. There is,
however, great force in the objections
urged by Sir John Macdonald, al
though we are unable to discover
why (ho concession of the commer
cial treaty-making power should not
be perfectly consistent with political
union with the parent empire. Canada already enjoys the power to
frame her own customs tariffs, and
she has exercised that power in a
manner and to an extent which, to
our thinking, places it very much
upon the same footing as commercial
treaty-making. It would be difficult
to conceive of an objection to the
one that would not lie against the
other. And yet who would think
of suggesting that the enjoyment of
the tariff-making power is synoni-
mous with political independence 1
There is no doubt whatever in our
mind that many were deterred from
pronouncing in favor of the commercial treaty-making power on account of an unwillingness to be associated with political cranks and
extremists who openly declare for
absolute independence. At the seme
time, if we believed that the power
to make her own commercial treaties
could only be enjoyed at the expense
of separation from the mother country, we would at once say, let her
remain ns she is—for, while yielding
to no one ih belief in Canada's powers
and possibilities, we believe that she
will best attain true national greatness by loyally remaining an integral
part of that mighty and glorious
empire upon which the sun never
sets.
Editorial Notes.
Quite a number of most valuable
would-be settlers have lately been setting their faces towards the rich delta
lands of the Lower Fraser; but they
invariably turn their backs when told
that these lands are locked up in the
railway reserve. What consummato
folly to keep these lands barred and
bolted against settlement at the very
time whon it is of the utmost, importance that every available rood should
be made to yield up its quota of food
for the great army of rail way-makers.
And yet the lying organs will tell the
people that they (tho people) aro under
a debt of gratitude to Mr. Walkem for
keeping these lands locked up!
Is it not a severe reflection upon the
Government policy that, while Victoria
enjoys a free .null school at the expense of the whole body of the taxpayers, many of whom are ruthlessly
dented common school education for
their offspring, Now Westminster is
successfully engaged iu building up a
high collegiate school which shall meet
the higher educational needs of the
country without a single dollar of state
help 1 The \\i\t)i school in Victoria
must not continue to be supported
either ni whole or in part by the state,
unless similar support be extended to
other localities. We lay this down as
a fundamental principle, that it is the
duty of the stato tn place a good common school education within reasonably easy reach of every settlement before it can be justified in extending to
any community the luxury of a free
classical education. To maintain a
free high school in the most wealthy
community, while important settlements are left utterly destitute of common school privileges is an outrr \
crime, for which the Legislature suou.j
have called the Government to a strict
account. _
Encouraged by the experience of the
past year those connected with the
High Collegiate School in this city
have resolved to place that institution
upon a broader and moro distinctive
basis. In taking this step they are
entitled to the sympathy and support
of the community—of the whole country in faot. The experiment of starting the High Collegiate School without
either church or state aid was a bold
one. But it has succeeded, and now
tho institution is to tako a permanent
form. As the site for such an institution, New Westminster is peculiarly
favorable. With a more equable climate than is to be found either farther
cast or farther wost, sufficiently far removed from the sea-winds, so trying
to weak constitutions, and in the centre of the finest food-producing district in tho province, and with an
abundant supply of good water, it is
most favorably situated as a centre
where the youth of the Province may
find tho means of a higher education.
Tho Bite selected for tho collegiate
buildings could not bo excelled any-
whuro. Sufficiently retired from the
busy part of tho city which it overlooks, it commands one of the finest
views in the world. Altogether we
must congratulte the promoters of this
most worthy scheme upon the encouraging outlook.
Death in the Cofkbk Pot.—The pub
lie aro cautioned against purchasing imported California ground coffee. Its
cheapness is it« only rcuoiiimeudatioii,
Tlie ingredients are of tliu vilest description, as any one using it will discover
should he examine tho grounds, During
the perihelia of the planets people should
bo careful what they vat and drink. Don't
allow your grocer to palm off his trash
iil)oii you, because it pnys him better to
sell It than tho good article. Ask for
Fell k Co.'s Coffee and take no other.*
IV Shipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
T. R, Pearson * Co/s-Adv.
To the People or British Columbia :
. Work is hi progress for the publication of a
RELIABLE   DIREOTORY
of this Province. It will contain the
names, residence, and occupation of those
residing within the Province, a classified
list of advertisers, nud complete information relative to Trade, Commerce,
Climate, Agriculture, Manufacturing Industries, Governmental Affairs, Banking
and Finance, Insurance, Corporations,
Steamship Lines, Railways, Gold and
Coal Mining, Real Estate, kc, description of our Cities and Towns, Schools—
Eubliu and private, Hotels and Public
uildings, Fisheries, Timber, kc, kc,
as well as the different organizations in
the Provinco, embracing list of Dominion
and Provincial Officials, Societies,
Churches, Military, kc, including a
large amount of valuable and statistical
information. The Work is published by
R. T, Williams, of Victoria, who will
spare no time or expense to make this
the best and most reliable Directory that
has ever been presented to the people of
British Columbia. William Wok, the
authorized agent, is now canvassing New
Westminster, and will make a canvass
of tho principal towns and settlements
throughout the Province.—Adv.      ap2(J
WE WANT
TWi
1
IWO   APPRENTICES -
learn
ONE  TO
MILLINERY
Aud tho other to learn
New Westminster,
April 28, 1882.
TRAPP BROS.
np2H
DENTISTRY!
DR. F. WELSH
HAS TAKEN ROOMS OVER MR.
James Wise's Store, on Front
Street, where he is prepared to attend to
all who require his services.
Particular attention given to the preservation of the Natural Teeth.
Partial or complete sets of Teeth made
to order with promptness and care, and
with the aid of the latest discoveries
aud appliances. ap2Q
JUST   RECEIVED
nwrnm
The New Poems—By Oscar Wilde.
"The Innocents Abroad," "Adventures of Tom Sawyer," ond "The Prince
and the Pauper," all by Mark Twain.
"The Worst Boy in Town," by the
author of Helen's Babies.
Also, a magnificent lot of Scrap Books.
Moody it Sankey'a Music Books.   ap2fl
GIRLWANTED.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GEN-
era! house-work in a siiiull family
whero the work is light.
Apply at THIS OFFICE.
ap26
TO CONTRACTORS!
SEALED   TENDERS
ADDRESSED TO THE UNDER-
signed, will be received up to thu
20t!i May for the erection of a Church at
Chilliwhack.
Specifications may be seen at the Store
of the undersigned, Chilliwhack Lundiug.
G. R. ASHWELL,
ap26      Sec.-Treas. Board of Trustees.
WANTED:
AN APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL*
oring Business.
Apply to W. ELSON.
Merchant Tailor,
Columbia St., Opposite Lytton Square,
nili2.ttc
TENDERS WANTED.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
up to Noon on the loth May for
the erection of a Barn on South Ann,
Fraser River. All material provided,
Plans and Specifications to be seen at
the Store of C. (!. Major, where information can be obtained, or at the residence
of tho undersigned, South Arm.
ap!2
ANDREW FISHER.
Notice to Contractors!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to Saturday
the 20th day of May, for the erection of
a two-storey frame Dwelling House at
Bayview Farm, Boundary Bay, about
six miles from Ladner's Landing. All
material provided. Plans and specifications can bo seen at Messrs. T. R.
Pearson k Co.'s Bookstore
JOHN McKEE.
Bayview, April 20, 1882. ap22
Burrard Inlet Fishing Go'y
IUMITIID)
■VrOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
l\ a meeting of the shareholders of
tho nliove Company will be held at Burrard Inlot, on SatViuiay, tho 2IHH hay
of Aran., 1889, to take into consideration a proposition for increasing th.
Capital Stook of the Company to Fifty
Thousand Dollars (SMI.OOO), In accord-
anee with clause 41, Companies Act,
1878.
J. A. RAYMUR,
C. A. VERNON,
TrustMs.
Victor!., B. C, March S5,18*2.    apS
HOUSE
COMPLETE
.:i.
GOODS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded Silks and
Satins, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black & Colored Gash-
meres & Merinoes,
New Trench Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol Olaces,   in  all
shades,
Black   Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Poulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all die newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, & Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Bufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shades,
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Lisle, in all shades,
The New Laced Kid Gloves,
A line assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
KILLIXEBY & DBESSMAKIXG
DONE  ON  THE   PREMISES  IN
THE LATEST STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
cor. ColamMa* Miosis.
ik.Mi.iMii^Ma.tk.iM^MiMKaii
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
SUCCESSORS TO
R. W. DEANE & CO.
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From Englund and the East,
wliich we have just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G. W. ELDER,"
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of
NINETY-NINE CASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S & BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys'Hats,
(IN STRAW * FELT),
CARPETS,
MATS,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
&c.,   &c.
These Goods we are now
opening.
GOME ANO SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still larger consignments
to arrive.
Our Btock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
MAJOR
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and totton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and He<-
sians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light, shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
In Gentlemen's furnishing (ioods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE B ST.
In Groceries and Provisions
Every thing the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
nmntmrntSSi
1861.  1882.
THE
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
&ENEML MERCENDISB
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. Wc are buying
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to the front, making-
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Import*.**.
New West., Feb. S, 18SS.       fell
MOUAL-If you want a flOIXl article,
go to C. 0. MAJOR'S : if you wont tilings
cheap, but "cultus," why, go elsewhere-
ITEM—What evcrydody says must bo
triit!; unit if true, then the handsomest
display of Valuable (Ioods, Silver and
Piste, U undoubtedly to be found at
0. Q. MAJOR'S,
ooLtruBUu BirMxmT,
New Westminster, B, 0.
COLUMBIA   COLLEGE
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. f.
Visitor, Bishop of New Westminster.
Lad; Principal,  •  Miss Kendall.
THK COLLEGE WILL RK-OPKN
JAN. 4, 1882. The school year
consists of 10 months, or 40 weeks, divided into threo Terms.
(IN Alrt'ANCE
TlOAIlD,
t 4.00 * week
Wasihsr,
Tuition (English, French
una Lntin).
.1.00 *' mon.
do.
(without Latin),
4.50 "   »
do.
(without French
nud Lntin),
3.50 "   "
do.
(elementary class)
2.50 "   "
Music,
4.00 ■■   "
Sismse (by Mrs. Sillitoe},
15.00 •' term
GKHMAS (by Mrs. Sillitor),
6.00 "   "
A redaction of 25 per cent, off tuition
fees in case of second nnd younger 'listen..
CHARLES E.
WOODS,
ilefittc
Hon. Sec.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast, Now Westminster.
Richmond Municipality.
NOTCE TO RATEPAYERS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Assessment Roll of the
Municipality of Richmond for 1882 li
now open for inspection at the house of
Boyd k Ktluour, North, Arm, and that
a Court of Revision will be held at the
Town Hall on Moxdav, tho vjrst hay of
May, 1882, at 11 o'clock a. in.
SAML. MILLER, C. M. C.
Richmond, 3rd April, 1882. apt?
HOLT'S EXPRESS I
PERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
light freight to move to tht steamers on tlie morning ol sailing, or at any
timo, van rely upon having it done
promptly hy dropping their orders into
my bos nt Messrs. T. H. Pbahson &
Co.'s Bookstoro. Orders should be Id
before eight o'clock. In the evening.
mhlS EB. HOLT. Mite
lite gtritoh Columbian.
■alBrda-r Morning, April 99, 188?.
PA8BENGKRS.
)*tr ■tMiutr ENTERPKTHB. (Tom Vtcturirt,
prlt <**$_Jin Oiitlertlonk, Mm Kij*mur, Sim
iMua, MrilUi-nltiKIon, Mm Rolilnion, Mr nml
III Hltl, Mr **icl Mrs Li-.tllnw, Mliillsynes,
III! AgMili, n«V BlrOcml, DrTunileli, On.pt
[nrmur, dipt Irving, Mtssr« C Virnnn, of
mltli. J B Bropliy, TUB Sinltli, Coitllliard,
Irnmlon, Tren limit, HuLenuan, CoHtortnu, Slrr,
Iiidan, A Amltimon, J Hclntyr**, J Saul.
HARRIED.
AtSanpt-rlon, B. 0,, on tlie sotli lint., by
IU Lunlihlp the BMliiU of Ne« Weitmlnittr, Mr.
uhn K. King tu Mini fl«r*lt Ir-ibtllit. Hum**,
otbcf tbliclty.
Can-making at the canneries it in
fill blast.
Th* Floating Gallery will remain
•re one week longer,
Tha sloop Stifle arrived from Hall's
fairie on Thursday with a cargo of
btatues.
Betting on thu Hsnlan-TricWt row-
lg match at London is 4 tu 1 in favor
f Hanlan.
The Liberals in Lennox have ununited Ur. Allison to contest the cun*
iitueney against the Premier,
The walls uf Mr. Deane's now brick
ore are nearly complete, nud pre-jara-
one are being made for roofing.
The 15th of May is now mentioned
i the probable date of the proi-oga-
en of the Dominion Parliament.
We are glad to see Mr. J, C. Artn-
rong again on the street after being
[nfined for several days to the house.
Capt, Rogers, of the ateainer Ada,
ports -4 large barks nnd the steam-
ip Barnard Castle at Nanaimo fur
al.
Sergeant Mason's wife hns already
ceived $7,000 of the fund being raised
r her benefit, and subscriptions are
11 coming in.
A single day's fog recently brought
:o the treasury of one London gas
mpany 960,000, the price of 75,000,-
0 feet of gas.
A knowledgo of the fact of Senator
sinuei having invested largely in
irt Moody property gave fresh iru-
tus to the land ''boom."
The customs duty lint nf Great Brill comprises just fifteen commndi-
■. That of. the United States com-
see over four thousand!
The atr. Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner,
ivod from,Victoria about 5 o'clock
iterday evening, bringing 50 pas-ten's and 112 tons of freight.
The atr. Reliance, Capt. Odin, came
wn from Yale last evening with 51
isengers and a small freight. The
ier is reported still falling.
The itr. Western Slope, Capt.
lore, arrived from Victoria ou Wed*
iday night and proceeded up river,
urning yesterday afternoon.
it ii dangerous to say much about
itlwr in this country, but the last
r days have certainly been iu charm-
; as any person could wish for.
rt ii stated that the Hon. Dr. Mc-
nes has made a purchase of Port
iody property tu the extent of $15,-
).   And the "boom" still guos nu.
There is a bill before the Dominion
rliament amending the Act respect-
inspection of steamboats aud earning engineers employed thereon.
To Mr. W. G. Bowman of Victoria
been awardod the contract for coning the mails between Victoria and
piimalt, three timet, each way daily,
'he Horn* Mission Committee of the
iibyterian Church of Canada have
ninted six additional missionaries
iroceed at once to tho North-West.
he local organ's "internal calculus"
ns to have been badly affected last
>. Perhaps this results from his
tie efforts to "make water run up
is time preparations had corniced for celebrating the 24th of
'. Surely the Royal City will not
nit the anniversary to go by de-
ie congregation of Knox Church,
nipeg, have given a iiiwiiimoiiH
to Rev. Mr. Gordon, of Ottawa,
anteeing a free house and 84,000
ir.
•■ports from Arizona nnd New
mi Announce terrible outrago*
i Americans 1>y Indiana. A reign
rror strains to have spread over the
ng districts.
ad* strikes would appear tn be
imio in Canada, especially On-
; at the present time. In Torento
) are thousand! of artizuni and
itivei on strike.
te itr. Ada, Capt. Rogers, came
from Nanaimo ou Thursday night
passengers and freight. 'Among
passengers were Revs. Messrs.
int and Sexsmith.
•adlaugh his decided tn fight his
entors with their own weapons,
ns entered an actinn-at-lnw against
ergeant-nt-Arms for forcible ejeet-
from the Home,
hill to reduce letter postage from
eents to two ii now beforo the
od States Congress, with every
Utility of pas ing. Canada will
ubtedly have to do likewise.
» understand that two Methodist
jrmen at present stationed in the
[or of the Mainland have intimat*
tn intention to migrate tn the
" on the other tide of the Rock-
i barque Tropic, from London to
ria, hu been totally wrecked off
tut of South America. She had
go of general merchandise, and
one of cement for the Km) ui matt
ig dock.
I itx. Sir James Dnuglai arrived
jtoria from Capo Bt-ale last Thuri-
nd reports the seal-fishing un
y good. One sohooner took 310
in a few days. The fishing fleet
ises about 30 vessels.
sale of the Cooper estate, Fort
V, which took place at Victoria
'hursday, is said ao have realized
snt prices. About twenty lots
ported sold for $IMXK). Choice
■ought ii much is #376.
The Rev. Mr. Sexton has given up
"the most magnificent congregation iu
Washington" to take charge of the
Presbyterian church on Forty-second
street, New York, at a salary of 812,-
000, He was a private soldier in the
civil wan
Upon entering office a few months
ago, Arthur sought to make the impression that as Tittle as possible of the
work and policy of his predecessor
would be changed. To-day only one
man of Garfield's selection remains in
the cabinet!
The sir. Irving returned from up*
river at noon on Wednesday, having
landed her cargo of Chinese at Emory,
where they went by railway to points
above Yale. She brought a quantity
of potatoes from Langley for this market, and loft again for up-river hut
night,
The Colonist says it is rumored the
dry-dock contractors have suspended
operations for the present. It is said
the Government are indebted to them
in the sum nf $28,000, and that the
obstacles which have boen thrown in
their way have rendered immediate
progress impossible.
$*• PORT MOODY.-Plans of the
new Town Site for sale at T. R. Pear-
sen & Go's., 81.00 mch—Adv.
May Day.—Capt. McMurphy in
forms us that the May Day celebration
has been fixed for Monday the 8th
proximo.
Mbthodiht Church—Rev, E. Robson, pastor. Service at 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class
at 2:30 p.m. Seats free; strangers cordially invited. *
Coming.--The Orillia (Ont.) Pachet
of 31st March mentions that Mr. James
Row, of South Orillia, lints sold
place nnd intends to make ljis homo in
British Columbia. Mr. Bow will be
welcome, And will Iind room enough in
this country for advancement.
■ *■ ■      »» ■—
The Fkderal Electioxr.— Public
mind, for some months oscillating,
would now appear to have settled
down to the conviction that the Dominion Parliament will bn dissolved
and a general flection held next summer, hetween seed-time aud harvest.
Bwi,E Society.—Rev. Mr. Jamie-
son thankfully Acknowledges the receipt of the following subscriptions
towards the general work of tbe Upper Canada Bible Society, viz:—Now
Westminster, 8104; Nanaimo, 825;
North Ann, $20; Burrard Inlet,
$15.25; Mud Bay, $8.60.
Port Moody.—We have to thank
Mr. H. V, Edmonds, land agent, for
n very neat plan of tho new town site
of Port Moody. The plan is drawn by
Mr. Geo. Turner, P. L. S., nnd the
execution is very creditable to his professional skill. Mr. Edmonds, we believe, has still a large number of lots
to dispose nf at Port Moody.
Port Moody Hotel.—The material
for a new hotel was shipped from Mr.
Webster's mill here to Port Moody a
few days ago, The hotel is to bo 30 x
40 feet, 2 stories high, and will bo
placed at the end of the North Road.
Mr. Turnbull is the builder, nnd we
understand that the hotel will be under
the management of Mr. L. F. Bonsuii,
McLean Acquitted. — A Loudon
despatch of the 20th inst. says:*--The
jury in the case of MauLeaii, the
crank who attempted tu ussassinate
the quuon, has returned a verdict of
not guilty on the ground of insanity.
After tho jury rendered the verdict it
was ordered that MacLerm be detained
in custody during her majesty's pleasure. Deliberation of tho jury occupied five minutes.
Royalty Coming. — On the 25th
inst. the irrepressible* Member for
Vancouver sent the following despatch
to the Mayor of Victoria:—"To Mayor Shakespeare -Have had an interview with tbe Governor-General upon
tho subject of his intended visit, to
British Columbia. His Excellency
and the Princess will visit our province
in Soptumhur ni'xt to remain some
weeks,—A. Bunstkii "
Tub Nicola Show. — Tho annual
stallion show was held nt Nicola April
20th. There wore six horses entered.
The prize cup (ottered by Capt, Irving) whs awarded to John Gilmore for
his horse "Iri-.hPlnwbny." The "Irish
Plowboy'1 is n general purpose horse,
dark dapple bay with black points,
stands 16 hands 3 inches, built iu proportion with great action. Ho was 4
years old on 2nd April last. Mr. Gil-
more obtained tho "Irving cup" last
year, also, against nine entries with
the same horse and the cup1 now becomes his property.
Work Beyond tub Roukim —The
firm of Laugdin, Shepard A Co., nf
St. Paul, aro preparing to commence
work nn the five hundred miles contract
ou the Canadian Pacific Railway. The
firm will have its head office for contract in Winnipeg, and intends erecting
a building near the depot at Point
Douglass for the purpose. Donald
Grant will have tho supervision of the
track laying, work iu which he was
successful last year. Grading will
begin about the first of May, when,
it is expected, they will employ 3,000
men and 2,000 horses.
Thb City Klbottoh.—Last Tuesday
the City Clerk received authority from
the Government to hold an election
for the purpose of filling the vacancy
caused by tho resignation of Mr.
Deane, As thero were two vacancies
to fill, the Clerk applied for authority
to hold both at once. A letter was
received last night in which the exist,
enct of a second vacancy seems to be
completely ignored, and ordering the
single election to proceed. The Government seem to have muddled the
matter as they muddle all matters.
The election cannot be held till tome
time in May.
Harpbr's Maqazinb. — The May
number of this fine monthly comes to
band filled with interesting matter and
illustrations. Among the contents are
the following: Spanish Vistas; A
Child's First Impression of Death; The
Squirrel's Highway; Some London
Poets; The Upper Peninsula of Michi-
Sm; Anne (continued); On the Nine-
file; Shandon Bells; etc.   Published
by Harper & Bros., New York.
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Disallowed Acts.— British Columbia looms up "big" in the oiHcial return just laid before tho Dominion
House of disallowed Acts since 1867.
Although this province did not join
the Dominion until four years and n
half after confederation her disallowed
Acts exceed those of Ontario in the
ratio uf 3 to 1; those of Nova Scotia,
2 to 1; those of Manitoba, 2 to 1; and
those uf Quebec, Otol! This return
does not include a number of Acts
that were decided by the Courts tu be
unconstitutional.— Colonist,
Canadian Monthly,-—Wo have bo-
fore us tbe April number of this nation'
al magazine. Tlie contents are in some
respects unusually'interesting. . The
article ou "The Power of Disallowance
and its National importance," from the
pen of the Hon. Mr. Cuckburn, for
sume time Speaker of tlie House, is
one which will be specially interesting
at the present time, when the conflict
between the federal and provincial
authorities seems to be showing itself
in many quarters. Among the contents are several other articles of importance, Published by the Rose-Bel-
ford Publishing Co., Toronto.
 «.	
Classics.—Our local contemporary
says of us: "Why, he knows no more
"of what constitutes a syllogism, than
"ho knows about, tho internal calculus."
We confess not to havo heard beforo
of the '-'Internal calculus," but wo
should imagine from his frequent
abortive attempts to "make water
run up hill," our contemporary ought
tu bo an authority on the biliary cnl-
cuius. As for our knowledge of a
syllogism, we understand it to bo
sumothing like this: A "cad" cannot
be a gentleman; our contemporary
is a "cad;" therofore, our coutem
ppru'ry cannot be a gentleman.
District Mbetino. — Tho annual
meeting of the Victoria and New
Westminster District of the Methodist
Church of Canada commenced its session in this city on Tuesday evening
last, and closed yesterday afternoon.
Considerable business of importance
wan transacted, nnd encouraging re
ports received from the various missions. Both membership and finances
show an advance upon the previous
year. Tho ministers upon tho District
remain whore they have been during
the past year, except Messrs. Turner,
of Cariboo, and ChappoU, of Nicola
and Kamloops, who go East, their
places to be supplied by new men who
are expected. Several additional
missionaries are asked for, one nf
whom is to take charge of the Chilli
whack and Simian Indian Mission.
Before closing, a resolution was passed,
thanking tho friends in New Westminster who had entertained the ministers nnd Iny delegates during their stay
in the city.
Educational Meeting.
The educational meeting in the
Methodist Church on the evening of
Wednesday last was well attended and
highly interesting. The President uf
the Collegiate and High School Board,
W. J. Armstrong, Esq., M. P. P.,
occupied the Chair and the ellicient
Choir nf the Church was tn attendance
and sang several anthems. The Sucre*
tary of tho C. & H. S. gave an account
of the condition and prospects of tho
school which was considered highly encouraging. Remarks Were made by
Revs, Watson, Hall, and Thompson,
and Messrs. Chile, Major, Calbick,
Cunningham, Curtis, Wintemute,
Peers, Wells (Chilliwhack), and Butler
(Victoria), all expressing their confidence in tho school, their gratification
on account of ita success nnd their intention of doing all in their power to
proinnto its future prosperity. A resolution was passed appointing Revs.
Watrtou aud Hobion, with the Chairman (Mr. Armstrong), a committee to
prepare a dotnilod schoiue for tlio or-
ionization of a joint stuck company tn
carry on the school iu future und disposing of shares iu tho same throughout thu province:
New Westminster mile Association,
The annual general meeting was
held last Saturday, when the report
of the council was presented and
adopted. It stated that the annual
competition was well attended and 15
prizes, valued at 845, wore competed fi
The council thankfully acknowledge
the receipt of numerous articles contributed as prizes from citizens of
New Westminstor. The report expressed great pleasure and pride iu
mentioning the receipt of a very handsome stiver cup, presented by the
President, Hon. H. Nelson, Senator,
fur yearly competition, for which tlm
hearty thanks of the Association were
tendered, T*>e report recommended
that tho rule grading the competitors
in shooting, and doing nwny with the
"hack position," adopted last year, be
adhered to, Also, that ateach monthly
competition there should be a match
at 200 yards, open to all members,
with any ride.
The follow ing gen tic me n wore olected
to constitute the council for the present
your: Hon. Senator Nelson, Assistant
Surgeon Trew, Lieut. Bole, And Messrs.
I. B. Fisher, J. Orr, Wm. McColl,
and J. Wilson, Capts. Pitt end righ and
Peele being members ex officio. A
vote of thanks wu passed to Hon.
Senator Nolson for the handsome cup
donated by him.
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For all purposes of a Family Medicine,
Haoyard s \ bllow Oil Is at the head
of the list. It is used with unprecedented success, both internally and externally. It cures Sore Throat, Burns,
Scalds, Frost Bitei> leUcvW, and often
cnro-i, Asthma,
Personal.
The last' jasjie of tbe Government
echo in this oity contained two articles
—ono wholly personal, intensely bit-
tor, and excessively vindictive; the
other political, singularly empty, intended as an amplification of the first,
Tho purpose of both articles is to warn
the people of this district against permitting the editor of the Columbian
to become their representative in Parliament. The very possibility of such
n contingency seems to throw the organ into that state of terrible frenzy
characteristic of a mad dog at the approach of a watery vision. Tho electors are besought with frantic entreaties not to countenance the editor of
tho Columbian (1) because he does
not know "what constitutes & syllogism," (2) becauso hu has not. informed
himself concerning tho "internal calculus," (3) because he is a "hack politician," (4) because he is "a half-educated humbug," etc. Well, we confess ut least to our ignorance of the
"internal calculus," and we leave the
public to judge between us and our
contemporary as to the rest, It must
be patent to ovory one hat the editor
of the Government organ is eminently
qualified to eliuuoiato the correct principles of ethics and political morality.
By his oWn confession he became ttie
organ of the present Government
simply because thoro was moliey in it,
and it is fair to presume that he is
open for any other bribe which may
come within his reach, But his present disquietude arises chiefly from
two causes: First, the fear that the
Government to which he soid himself
will bo defeated at the polls, and his
principal source of revenue out off;
Bucotid, the fact that'while the Columbian grows and thrives un a rapidly-
increasing subscription list and an advertising patronage second to none in
tho province, he sees his own littlo list
gradually growing smaller and beautifully less until nobody cares to advertise in a thing which scarcely Anybody
ever reads. "Su long us these talking
frauds address themselves to the ragtag and bob-tail of society they are
safe; but whenever thoy come in contact with men of sense and experience,
their occupation ia gone." This is a
verbatim quotation from the organ.
How aptly it describes his own position and experience need not be pointed out.
Cloture.
The first procedure resolution affirming the principle of cloture was carriod
by a greater majority (30) than was expected. It places the Government in
a good position, showing the real
strength of forces that can be arrayed
against them, and indicating tho solid
unity of the Liborals under pressure.
The Tories gave a straight vote, and
were joined hy thirty-nine Irish mem-
bora. Tbe Liberals were assisted by
fourteen Home Rulers. Seven Home
Rulers were absent, including three
now in gaol. Five Liberals voted
against the Government. There woro
sixteen Liberal absentees, of whom
half -could be accounted for. This record shows the real strength of parties.
The Home Rulers- can never give a
solid vote with the Tories, and even if
that be possible, tho Liberals will still
be in a majority. Among the Government's majority were five newspaper
proprietcirswim.se papers had opposed
cloture. In tho division wore Mr. Er-
rington, who came from Rome, Messrs.
Viiliui's and Buss from the aick mom,
and three members from the Mediterranean. Sir Sidney H. Water-low, who
married a young rich California!) iu
Paris on Wednesday, travelled all
night in order to vote.
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Another Canadian Pacific Railway.
The bill to incorporate the Rapid
Oity railway company, introduced by
Mr. Bannerman, is for a road projected to run from the 0. P. R. in
Manitoba to Rapid City, Oak river,
Bird Tail creek mid Fort Ellice, thence
to the Touchwood lulls, thence to a
point near Fort Alacorne, on the Saskatchewan, thence northwest to a
point nt or near Pine river pass, and
thence to the Pacific coast. It is
simply a proposition to build a second
Pacific railway, running from Manitoba nortii westerly through the fertile
country not far south of Peace river,
The capital is put down at only 82,-
000,000. The persons named iu the
bill are lion. Thomas Howard, John
W. Douglas, Wm. Murduok, E. A. C.
Pew, C J. Wheflams, Duncan L. McLaren, Captain Vivian, R. N., S. R.
Gohsou, N. M. Elliott, Thos. Scott,
M. M„andA. W. Bell.	
Criminal Statistics.
According to the returns just published, tho convictions for 1880 were
28,209. Of the Provinces Manitoba
stands second lowest—-271, British Columbia being the lowest, having only
47. Of the whole number 7,411 wore
registered as moderate and 11,730 as
immoderate drinkers. The birth
places were ns follows: Englnpd and
Wales, 2,112; Ireland, 3,833;. Scut-
land, 874; Canada, 12,200; United
States, 942; other foreign countries,
373; other British possessions, 102,
The religions of those convicted are
set down as follows: Baptist, 507; R.
Catholics, 10,820; Church of England,
2,49b'; Methodists, 1,406; Presby-
terians, 1,608; Protestants, 3,347;
other denominations, 40.
compliments to Col. Laurie.
Ottawa, March 20.—Tho following
is a copy of a letter dated March 8th
Addressed to Mr. Caron, Minister of
Militia:
"Sir,—We notice with regret that
Colonel Lnurio has been retired from
the aotiva Militia of Canada, with
which.he has long been connected, and
as we were, previous to confederation
and since, familiar with his work, we
feel called upon to attest to the zeal
and ability which he at all times
brought tn the discharge of his duties,
and to tho success that attended his
efforts. By a judicious selection of
office?* he has placed  the Militia of
our Province in such a position that
tho effects pf his withdrawal are not so
immediately felt as they may bo in the
near future. Common with all who
take an interest in our militia, we
exceedingly regret his removal from
Nova Scotia, aud we trust that now,
for family reasons, having been constrained to leave British Columbia, it
may be possible to restore him to his
sphere of usefulness amongst us.
Although not bom In the Province,
marriage and twenty years residence
have made Colonel Laurie a Nova
Son tinti, and his interest iu all matters
professional aud otherwise bearing on
the welfare and progress of our people
leads us to welcome his return; and we
trust you may fie able to utilize his
services in connection with our militia
to the satisfaction of our people, and
so retain him amongst us iu the best
interests uf the Dominion.
We have the honor to be, etc.,
signed R. B. Dickey, Alexander Mac-
Farlane, William J. Almon, H. A. N.
Kaulback, William Miller, W. H.
Odell, T. D. Archibald, J. Bourinot,
R. P. Grant and Thos. Mackay, Senators; M. H. Rickey, M. B. Daly,
C. E. Kaulback, John Macdougald,
A. Longley, A. Odgen, Robert Dnull,
S. T. R. Bill, John C. Wade, William
McDonald and W. Henry Allison,
M. P.'s."
There is a strong feeling here iu
favor of Col. Laurie's succeeding Major
General Luard in command of the
Canadian Militia. It is generally
believed that under the present circumstances Major Luard's stay in Canada will be of brief duration, and
should Col. Laurie succeed him the
Government will have an exceedingly
able and popular officer.
Seeds t—Call and see our fine Btock
Agricultural Seeds and note our prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Herring,
Druggist, City Drug Storo, N. W.
International Amenities.
Berlin, April 22.—Tho new cable
connected by Emden with the Anglo-
American cable system at Valentin,
enabling messages to be transmitted
direct between Germany and America,
was opened to-day with the following
message from the emperor to tho president of the United States: "lam
very happy to express to you, Mr. President, by the first direct telegraph
transit between Germany and America,
my satisfaction on the completion of a
work by which the friendly relations
between both nations may be further
enlarged."
The president in replying to JSmperor
William's cable said: "Message
ceived with much satisfaction, In
common with all people of tile United
States, so many uf whom still speak
the German tongue in thoir homes, I
share in tho ploasure your majesty
expresses nt tho opening of this new
line uf communication and in the faith
that it will serve to promote the
friendly relations which we desire and
which it will be my aim to .preserve
and increase,"
Sekds! Seeds!—A large and varied
stock of fresh seeds, imported from
the principal and most reliable growers,
at Herring's Drug Store.
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe and Lock Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated safes arc mado from
heavier iron, weighing 20 pur cent, more,
and havo all the modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Grecnlcaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than either English of
American Safes,
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2   M. W. Waitt it Co., Victoria.
Flower Seeds.—The finest assortment in, the Provin e. Forwarded
to any part of B. C, postage paid. Address Herring, Druggist, N. W.
If you suffer from any chronic disease
arising from Impure Blood, Sluggish Liver, disordered Kidneys or inactivity of
the Bowels; if your Nervous System is
debilitated from whatever cause arising,
do not despair, but procure a trial tattle
of Burdock Blood Bitter*?. It will only
cost 10 cents. Large Bottles $1,00. For
sale by all medicine dealers.
Blue Vitriol—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to Lasolky ft Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black 011b. Both theso
should be in every stable. mh'Ji)
Yellow Oil is par excellence the remedy for Pain,' Lameness, Rheumatism,
Croup, DeafncBs, Burns, Frost Bites, Stiff
Joints, end all flesh wounds, Auy medicine dealer can furnish it.
BLDEHTotfE for farmers' use, iu 1,000,
500, and 100-lb. lots, at 7, 8 and
10 cents per lb. Address A. M. Herring,
Druggist, N. W. mhl*2m
sw If yoa want a first-class Piano or
Organ, go to T. R. Pearson ft Co.'s. Tho
best Pianos for tlie money iu the Pro
vince.—Adv.
<£*Alot of very beautiful Birthday
Cards just recejyed at T. R. Pearson
ft Cc.'s—AdV.
tzr Leave your order for Sheet Music
and Music Books at T. R, Pearson ft Co. 's
-Adv.
FOR  SALE:
CfEVERAL COWS (NEAR CALV*
IO   nigh and other Young Stock.
Apply to        R. H. HOLDING,
aplfMt Langley.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
THE HUDBRSIOJTED HAS FOR
Kale on reasonable terms a few half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired by the
ThonragMired Ayrshire Bull
r» to* -p a> xi» x sr,
Tho dams beiug choice dairy cows,
jclf
. 8. VEDDJIR,
Somas.
W. 11
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next Door South of Colonial
Hotel,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C,
HAS    ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
VARIED STOCK OF
G-EnSTBE-A.Ii
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
too., toe.
JDST RECEIVED-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
,   Hats   and   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Feathers, Laces, Plain and
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Flush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed, nnd satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
fgf All Goods sold at reasonable
rates.   Call and inspect our stock.
WM. RAE,
ap*J2
ConCMBU Street,
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C,
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
ConvUmtly located and well appointed In every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
ana most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under tho very best
management both as regards cwsine
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can havo comfortable Private
Hilling lloom., with special attendance.
Tho
BAR  ROOM
Is dtoeked with tho choicest Wines
and Liquors, nnd the best brands of
Cigars will always bo kept on band.
Thu
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, «nd
provided with STiuHW'a Patent
CUSHION TABLES,  the best in
UT flood attendance and moderate (barges.
j. e. iksley,
FHOnilETOS t iLl-VAOEK.
April -I, mi.
sp5
WANTED:
For NIC014, VAi^y-A aopn1
Farm Hand, who caji ihllk and
understands the, driving ana can of
Horses, and nmko himself generally useful.   Woges-M por monfli.
Apply to TRAPP &tdsi.,
apIS! Nov We.tr
NOTICE.
T HKUKBV (JiVK 1'UnLlC NOTfcR
1 that from und lift.*'.* this date I will
not bo !-esp'--isiMt! ft.i■ jiiiy debts contract.
ed by my wife, Iwibi'lli. Magee. ihe h»T-
ing loft my bod und bud nl without Juit
cause,
Datod '-'Int Fob., 1H82.
HUGH MAdKiC.
North Arm, Fraser Kiver. ftfd
IursTpduiiD)
ON THE HO*™ ULT., A I'UBSK
-.-ojitaimng a sum of money wm
found at tlie i-ornor uf Douglas and As;*
nos Stroots. in the purse was a papal1
with the mime "Jomioy" on It.
The owner can linvu his property by
calling nt this ofliuu, identifying it ana
paying the price of this notice,    aplft
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
THK   TRUSTEES   OF  TRKNANlf
School wish to engage
of a duly certified Twu*h
School wish to engage the services
duly certified Teacher.   Appliea-
tiono received  until April   20tH tiMfc
Salary, 950 per month.
J. KIRKLAND,
mh25 Seo. T. ft
("Colonist" please copy.)
FOR SALE OR LEASE
A CANNERY SITE NEAR THK!
City of New Westminster, and
possessing unequalled facilities for re'
cciving and shipping freight.
For particulars apply to
CHARLES K. WOODS,
Real Estate Agent, »%er
Now Westminster, April 7th, 1882.   apo1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOU"
snlo a few very fine seed potatoes,
of the varieties known as "Early Rom
and "Late Rose." I'rice, 2 cents par
pound.
Apply to A, INNES,
apir> Langley.
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE
THE   FARM   CONSISTS OF' Ufa
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known H
P. L. Anderson's Ital'ch, of which a part
is suitable for crop.   It Is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—/;") Milk Pans, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows. _
Apply to
P, L, ANDERSON,
apStc Nicola Lake;
ip Bo's
STEAMER
'ML VICTORIA
OAPT.  PLUMMER,
WttL SAIL FR05I SAN FRAN'
Cisco for New Westminster on
or about
MTlnlMv. nth Al*«lt, Mt.
RETURNING-Will Bail from N«f
Westminster for San Francisco on or
aliout THURSDAY, 4th MAY.
For rates of Freight ami Passage,
apply to
GOODALL, i'ERKINS 4 CO..
San FrancUco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
mhlS New WestmlnMer,
H. MOREY
HAS OPENED THE STORE Adjoining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where ho will Mil, cheap for
CASH:-
firoccrlcs,
Tobacco,
cigars,
Candles, Ac.
Hy careful attention to mtslness hi
hopes to merit tt share of tha Public
patronage.
Now West., April 20, 1S82.
«P*S
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
DRESS-MAKING!
Orf. MR, U'JiXINGHiM'S,
Columbia St., NewWtst,
THE UNflERSICNET) TAKES
-rilsosure in sfnuonDcing to tlio Ladies of New Westminster aud surround.
ing country that sho has received an*}
opened out a tine assortment of the Newest and most Fashionabla Goods from
Satf Francisco and Eastern Markets, and
sho fe- now prepared to execute all orders
iH Millinery and Drcesmukma with
promptness and care. The latest fashions
always on hand, Fancy Goods of tiaui*-
tiful design and workmunaliip. No pains
will be spared to satisfy customers. All
are cordially invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions, aplB
MRS. D. A, MAC00NALU. (©a? rStori).
KITH AND KIN.
(CuiitlnuwI.)
' 'Miss — Mies C — Conisbrough!"
camo iu accents of surprise.
Judith started violently, crimsoning
with shame; the instincts of pride,
reticence, reserve, impelling her instantly to Bubdue and conceal every
sign of emotion. But they came too
late. Randulf Danesdalo had sesu her.
It was he who reined up his horse
close besido her; his face, wondering
and shocked, which looked from his
elevation down upon her, as she <$iwe
a startled glance upward.
He was alone, apparently, save his
dog. Air and exercise had a little
flushed his usually palu face; surprise
gave it animation, and lent exprcssi-in
to his eyes. He looked, as she could
not help seeing, vory hands-iuiu, vory
manly, very well. Horse and rider
wero on tlie best of terms, and they
funned a good-looking pair.
He had spoken her mime half in-
Suiringly, as if ho doubted the •vi-
ence of his own eyes. But whon ahe
suddenly uncovered her face, and looked up at hiin, aud he saw tlmt it was
Indeed she, he backed hi* horse a stop,
aud bowed. She had risen in an instant, but she could not entirely recover her presence of mind in the same
apace of time.
"I—Mr. Danesdulel"
"Good everting; I fear I startled
you," he replied, and his presence of
mind had not for a moment deserted
him. He had waited for her to speak,
that he might know what line to take,
and he followed it up at once,
"I must have been sitting there
without calculating the time, for I
don't possess a watch," she said, with
a faltering attempt at a laugh. He
smiled in answer, and dismounted.
"That is quito evident," he said,
holding out his hand. "Aro you thinking of walking back to Yoresett?"
"Certainly I am; having rid other
mode of conveyance, I must either do
so or remain where I am."
Judith had recovered her outward
self-possession, but her answers were
curt, and there was bitterness iu her
tone, and the mental agony which she
was obliged to suppress forced from
her certain tones and expressions
which were unlike her usual ones.
"Then," said he, "since I have been
fortunate enough to overtake you"
(with ns much gravity as if he had
overtaken her walking at tho rate of
three miles an hour), "allow me to
hive the honor of escorting you home.
I, of course, have to pass through Yoresett on my way to Danesdale Castle."
"I cannot think of detaining you.
Pray ride on," said Judith; who, however, had begun to move onward,
while he, slipping the bridle over his
Mm, paused beside her, and his horse,
his friend, followed hiin.
"I shall enjoy the walk. I rode ss
far as Hawes, indeed beyond, this
morning, to have lunch at the Sparth-
waites. Do you know the Sparth-
waiteB?"
"By name, of course. Not per-
■onally- -at least, I only j ust know them
to speak to."
"But your uncle, Mr. Aglionby—"
"Oh, Mr. Aglionby is on terms of
friendship with many people whom we
don't know at all. When my father
was living, ho was the vicar of Yoresett, and ho and my mot her of course
visited with all these poople. Since
his death, my mother has been unable
to visit anywhere. She cannot afford
it."
"I beg your pardon-—" began Randulf.
"Not at all," she answored, in the
same quick, spasmodic way, as if she
•poko in the intervals of some physical
anguish. "I only think it foolish to
pretend that there are reasons for not
visiting people which are not the real
reasons, aud concealing the real one,
which covers all the others and is
•imply—poverty," said Judith distinctly. It was not her wont to speak in
this way, to flaunt her poverty, aa it
were, iu the face of one better oft'than
herself. But Bhe was uot her usual
self at this moment.   What she had
i'ust gone through seemed to have
randed tho consciousness of her misfortunes so deeply into her heart, with
so burning and indelible a stamp that
it would be long before she would be
able to give her undivided attention to
anything else. A week ago, she would
have recoiled with horror from the
idea of thus hardly and nakedly stating tho truth of their position to young
Danesdale; she would have felt it an
act of disloyalty to the hardships of
her mother, an unwomanly self-assertion on her part. Now she scarcely
gave a thought to what she said on
the subject, or if she did, ,it took the
shape of a kind of contempt for her
own condition, a Bort of "what does it
matter? He knows perfectly well that
we are half-starved wretches — why
ahould he not hear it, and learn that
he had better go away and leave us to
our natural obscurity J"
But for one slight circumstance, Judith would have almost supposed that
Randulf had really forgotten, or not
noticed, the strange position in which
he had found hor, "crying in a hedge,"
as she scornfully said to herself. That
circumstance was, that he neither
drawled nor stammered in his speech,
but spoke with a quick alertness unlike anything she had imagined hiin
capable of assuming. This convinced
her that he was turning the ease over
in his mind, and wondering very much
what to think of it. She knew nothing
•f his character.   Of course he was a
gentleman by birth and breeding, Was
e a gentleman, nny, mors, a man, in
mind and behavior? Would he bo likely to receive a confidence from her as
a sacred thing? or would he be capable
of treating it lightly and perhaps
laughing over it with his friend ? She
knew nothing about him which could
enable her to give even n conjecture
on the subject. But the confidence
must be made, the favor asked.
"Mr. Danesdale," she said abruptly,
•after they had walked on for some little time, and saw the village of Bain-
beck below them, and the lights of
Yoresett gleaming in the distance,
and when she felt that the time for
■peaking was mt long,
"Yes, MisrObnisbrough,"
"You must have felt surprised when
you saw me thia afternoon ?"
"Must i r
"Were you not? Pray do not deny
it.    I am sure you were,"
"Since ynu speak in that way of it,
I was more than surprised. I was
shocked and pained."
"Poor relations are very troublesome sometimes. I had been troublesome to my uncle this afternoon, and
had got well snubbed-more than
snubbed—insulted for my pains."
"The old r—rascal!" observed Randulf, and Judith almost smiled at the
naive way in which he revealed how
readily he had associated the cause of
her trouble with Mr. Aglionby.
"I left the house in indignation. I
cannot of course tell you what had
happened, nor can you have any concern to know it. I was thinking about
it. I shall never be able to tell it to
anyone but my sister Delphine, for it
concerns us alone, so, us you have accidentally seen that something was
wrong, would you mind, please—not
mentioning—-you can understand that
I do not wish any one io hear uf it."
"It is natural on your part to ask
it," said ho, "but I assure you it was
unnecessary so far as I am concerned.
But I give you iny word, as a gentleman, that whoever may hear of the
circumstance, will uot hoar of it frem
me, Pray regard it, bo far as I am
concerned, as if it had not happened."
He spoke with a grave earnestness
which pleased Judith extremely and
sent a glow of comfort to her aliill
heart. The earnestness sat well ou
tho handsome young face. Looking
up, as she thanked hiin for his promise, she thought how young he did
look, and happy. She herself felt so
odd—su incalculably odd this afternoon,
"I thank you sincerely," was all she
said.
"The s—storm's close at hand," observed he the next moment, displaying once more tho full beauty of his
drawl and his hesitation, "I shall be
in for a drenching, in more ways than
one."
"As how?" she asked, in a tone
almost like her usual one.
"From the rain before I get to
Danesdale Castle, and from my Bister's
looks when I walk in lato for dinner,
and take my place beside the lady
whom I ought to have been in time to
hand in."
Oh, and it will bo my fault V}
"It will. Tliat is a fact beyond
dispute. But they never wait for me.
and I shall have the pleasure of mystifying them and seeing tlieir curiosity
run riot. That is what I enjoy,
D—don't distress yourself.'1
They were passing the market cross
in Yorsett. Judith was opposite hoi*
mother's door. Sho shook hands witti
Randulf, thanked him for his escort,
and wished him well home before the
storm broke.
"Thank you, and if I may presume
to offer you a little advice. Miss Conisbrough, don't bother yourself about
your wicked uncle."
Sho smiled faintly, bowed her head;
lie waved his hand, sprang upon his
horse, and thoy parted.
With her heart low again, she
knocked at the door. Insensibly to
her perceptions-for she had been so
absorbed, first in hor own emotion,
and afterward in hsr conversation with
Mr. Danesdale, that she had noticed
nothing else—the storm had increased.
The wind was alternately wailing a
dirge, and booming threats across the
fells to the town. There would be
floods of rain to-night, aud to-morrow
Swale and Yore would be thundering
hi flood through their valleys, fed by
a hundred swollen becks from the
hillsides. As the dour was oponed to
her, the lirst cold splash of rain fell
upon her face. The storm was from
tlie northwest. It was well that all
who had homes to go to should seek
them while the tempest lasted.
It was Rhoda whu opened the dour.
"Judith!" sho exclaimed. "Mamma and I both said you would be kept
all night at Scar Foot. It was only
that bird of ill omen- that croaker,
Delphine—who said you would not.
Are you wet?"
"A little, I believe," replied Judith,
anxious for au excuse not to go into
the parlor immediately. "Oh, there's
my candle, I see; I'll go straight up
stairs. I wish you'd tell Del to come
and help me a minute."
Mrs. Conisbrongh always resented
the tendency to "talk secrets," Rhoda
had rather a respect fur it—besides,
when her elders were engaged in that
pastime, their eyes wero not so open
to her defects. She alertly answered,
"Yes, to be sure," and ran back into
the parlor, while Judith toiled slowly
up the stairs, and along the bare,
hollow-sounding passage. She entered
her own bedroom, placed the candle
upon the dressing-table, and paused.
She pulled off her gloves, threw them
down, and then stood still, looking
lonely and desolate, till a light, flying
foot sounded along the passage; even
at that gentle rush her face did not
lighten. Then Delphine's lovely face
and willowy form came floating in,
graceful even in her haste.
"Judith ?" There was inquiry, suspense in her tone.
"Oh, Delphine!" Bursting into a
fit of passionate weeping, she fell upon
her Bister's neck and cried as if her
heart would break.
"Was it of no use ?" asked the younger girl at last, softly caressing her as
she spoke.
"Worse than no use! He not only
refused, he insulted me; he spoke
abusively, talked about 'plots' and
'schemes' and things I could not understand. And at last he got into a fury,
aud be—oh, Delphine, Delphine—he
bade me begone. He turned me out
—from Scar Foot- from my dear old
place that I loved so! Oh, I think
my heart will break 1"
"Ho must be mad—the horrid old
monster!" cried Delphine, distinctly,
her figure springing erect, oven undor
the burden of her sister's form. "He
has not the right to treat you, or nny
of us, in that way. Let him do without us! Let him try how he likes living
alone in his den, and getting more and
mure ill tempered every day, till he
.Tightens the whole country-side away
from him. I will never go near him
again, of my own free will, but if ever
I meet him, I will tell him what I
think of him; oh, I will! Cheer up,
Judith 1 Keep a good heart. We
will not be beaten by a tyrant like
him."
{To he OontlnneitO
SEALED TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 12 M.,
MAY I5TH, 1882,
FOR FURNISHING
Two Hundred & Thirty-
two Thousand
(232,000)
CROSS  TIES!
ALONG THE LINE OF THE
Canadian Pacific Railway
BETWEEN
EMORY & BOARD INLET,
-vxas.s
mWENTY-FlVE THOUSAND
.1 (25,000Uhcreof'shall be delivered
at Fort Moody Station, or at points on
the line of said Railway between Port
Moody and Pitt Kiver;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (2*;,-
ooo' thereof shall be delivered at Pitt
River, or between Pitt River and
Kanaka Creek;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
000) thereof at Kanaka Creek, or between Kanaka Creek and Stave River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
oooi thereof at Slave River, or between Stave River and Hatsic River;
Other Forty Thousand (40,000
thereof at Hatsic River, or between
Hatsic River and Harrison River;
Other Twenty-seven Thousand '27,-
000) thereof at'Marrison River, or between Harrison River and the lower
end of Maria Slough;
Other Twenty Thousand fao.ooo)
thereof at the lower end of Maria
Slough, or between said lower end of
Maria Slouch and Tunnel "C" of said
Railway, wliich tunnel is about 15
miles below Emory's Bar;
Other Ten Thousand (10,000) thereof at said Tunnel "C," or between
said Tunnel "C" and Tunnel "IV
which latter tunnel is about 11 miles
below Emory's Uar;
Other Fifteen Thousand (15,000)
thereof at Tunnel "D" aforesaid, or
between said Tunnel "D" and Tunnel
"F" on said Railway;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000!
thereof at the said Tunnel "F." or
between said Tunnel "F" and Emory's Bar, or at Emory's Bar.
All such Sleepers or Cross Tics
shall be delivered alongside the Railway and within Fifty feet of the centre
line of the track and shall be piled up
so as not to interfere with tbe work of
construction. The bottom of the pile
shall be as nearly as practicable on a
level with the grade of the railway
track; and the said pile shall be so
made as to permit of ready inspection
and counting; and wherever such
piles shall be made near water lines,
bodies of water, or rivers, the same
shall be placed in such location that
the bottom of the pile shall in all
events be above the line of high
water.
It will be necessary to deliver at
least Fifteen Thousand '15,0001 ac-
ceptiblc Ties per month, from date of
entering into contract, until completion of same.
Ties must be smoothly hewed or
sawed, free from all scorebacks, and
chopped or sawed square at both ends,
eight feet long, flatted on two opposite sides to a uniform thickness of
six inches, the Hatted surface being
not less than six Inches on either
side at the small end, and when sawed
they shall be eight inches in width
and six inches in depth,
All Ties must be of sound timber,
full size, and accepted by the Chief
Engineer of said Railway, or they
will not be paid for.
Ten per cent, will be reserved upon
payment of accepted Ties, until completion of contract, and Ten Thousand
Dollars ($10,0:10) approved security
required before signing contract. The
security or securities to be given must
be described in the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be addressed to the undersigned, Yale, ti. C, and endorsed
"Tenders for Ties on Contract No.
92."
GEO. TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR-
McCoII'b Store, Holbrook's Stone
Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Heneral Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Ml*. J.Ouiminglmm's Store.
ResioENOE—Merivale Street.
Dr, Loftus R, Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Post-office, Columbia Street.
Office-*: Hours-- Morning, from 11 to 1;
Evening, from 3 to 8.
C. J. LEGGATT,
Ba rrister-a t-l.a w
NOTARY PUBLIC,   ETO.
OFFICE—Nost door to Uren's Photo.
Gallery, ftloKauzio st., New Westminster.
A. L iTlWacEIJEN,
BARRISTER ■ AT • LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
0FFICE —Cnlniulita. street, Opposite Hy
auk Hull, New Westminster, II. C.
JAMES   MOREISON,
CONVEYANCES,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER!
COLU MBI A   STftEET,
(Opp. Colr111.nl Hutol)
N KW   W SST:M INST K
£7Several good Farina (or Sale nml to
Lease. nolo
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCH    NTS,
WHARF STREET, • Vll'TOItlA.
-A.O-MOHTB   KIB
North British nnd Mma-itHi1
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & 00.,
311 Finsluiry Ciruus,
London, K. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVKYANCICR,
Land, Court and
CENERAL ACENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for theTRAVBUUnS' ivsilt-
ANlJE CO., of llarlftml, Conn.
New W.Mnln.Irr, B. C.
0. M, MAMTEN,
WAT HMAXER& JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
WATCHE8, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All kind, ol COM. anil HIM IM JEW.
M.HV  niMlr It, oritvr*
ETRUSCAN COLORING, C0LD&3ILVER PLATING.
KllKaarmi'lit   nnrl   Wnlillng   Ulna,  a
Hprilally.
isr Watches   ami  Jewelry carefully
|-e]iaireil. Old Oolil mul Silver bought,
juy-lki
m
A. ONDERDONK,
Contractor.
Ever)* Man to his Own iinsincss
-A..   FEELS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OIT. OIIJIMAI, IIOTJU,),
NEW   WESTMINUTEIl,   B. 0.
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN—
GROCERIES
 AND	
PROVISIONS,
WHAKF STREET,
VICIOBXA. B.C.
Having established Business iu the above
Lines ami by
European & Eastern Markets
Wo nre prepared to fill orders to the
Trade in the following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
LARD,
BACON,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
(undies, nice. Syrup. Cheese,
Dried t rtiils, Canned Goods.
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
B AI3,
BR QMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other floods in the Grocery nnd
Provision Line.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
T^T-r«3LC3rE3JB
—FOB—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   TIIE—
Canadian Facile Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen... .83 00 to $4 00 t* clay
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to 3 00     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class....... 2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to 3 50     "
Blncksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
Blacksmiths,
class	
2ml
!50
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 50 to
Drillers  1 76 to
Laborers ..... 1 50 to
Hewers, 1st class 3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 50
Scorers, 1st class 2 50
2 00
2 00
1 75
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS  TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS patrons tlmt he has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will be found, ns usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES.
PROVISIONS.
And a fine line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Ac. &c.
Which will be sold at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their past
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of the same, mhl
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along tho Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
H. W. HUGHES,
k
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
■A.GKHJ1TT   -FOR
TM-nntn Weekly Mnll $1 00
Tim*.**to Ww-klvfil'ilK* 1 09
Mtmtrenl ITer-ilil A Weekly Slur. 1 W .
M.mtrwil WWklv WltiiaM 1 »
New York Weekly WlttM I »
Scientific Amnrlcnn S 25
Scotflnt, AnifrlniiiJniirnnl...  I 00
N. Y  Hemlrt. Wnrld. Ban, *c  t 10
Pmi KrnnrUoIlnlti'tln 2 SO
Hnrper's Mniinzlnn nml W»Wy, mcti 4 00
(loiler's t.mHtw' ft-iok 2 00
Sun f'nmc m*i> Weekly Cnl! 1 SI
Frank T.«sl.n'-* l'lihliriilfaiin.fit Pnlillnher'* Prlrw.
«on. (.nrflilrrn 1,1ft. fSOOtoWM
fliteau'n Life  2 »
Ami tiny other pn-iew or Mtiipntlnn of lm*-(>rt*>nr«
in Caimdn or In the Ilnitrnt MiIm. The Bnllftin
Menrli rtltr. n M of *«k1k nnrl plnnt*., vUlbte nt tr*»
M>'cli*iriic*'xliiKiihi*t'. Tlie alow nrn nil fffrrad ttt
the Hnme prlcr-, eli.in-M] try putilUhen, no th*
ioot*f-r rmi n*i->!r the mnmrr tlie |>n*.er will »rrl*c.
Aililrt'-iN. M ouch.
HKNitY w. mrann*. Anmit
mill New Weftmlnntpr, B, O.
1&~ Agent for Bcn.ly'ii Pinno* und Orj-nM.
A.
ONDERDONK,
Gexerai. Masagkr.
Office of the Contract.-)kk,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
Phy«lrlnriK' Prescription* anil Piim-
II) lU'fliH's ii Hpccltill).
N. B. — Only Ocnuine Drugs unc-1.
Over twenty VOWS* exiwrienuu.     inrftH
CHARLES E. WOODS,
LAND SURVEYOR,
REAL   ESTATE  AGENT,
Conveyancer & Accountant.
HUNTS,   DEBTS,  il',,  lOMKCTRD,
IiOBiis Nugntintisl, mid  a (Jcnonil
Agency Business trnumictml.
ackst pon THK
Fhcnlx Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, nnd tlm
Kqultnble life Assurance Society
of the United Stales.
<nil *llll(   STKKKT,
NEW  WESTMINSTKR,   I). C.
P. 0. Box «».
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Ih tiiillt-il tii tho nndemotcil floo-Ie, on
Whidll tlu-m.mt IJHK1UL INDUCE-
MENTS will he offered tu the
Trade, ft8 we are
SOLE
r.00ll\^.0L<i||\KI\T.P0\VHIt
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the Lurgest Size und Bent
Tobticoo.
DR. SPINNEY & OIL'S
msiMvVSAKY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. MPIVNEY, writ kiiuwiinatht bin-
ilurnl tlie Mni.triml, (O. B.) Mi-ilieti] [iirtl-
tiite, nn<l lull* fr<i|.hcl.*i* nl lliu SI'INXKYVILLK
INKHlMAHY, wunM must i^juctrully inf-irm
tlir* imlii'iitH riml the nfTilrU'il QAituritHy, tlmt lie
Mill i-i.'itimii'N ti> in*iit elii'i'iiiciuiil nurvont. HI*.-
(ins'**,with uii|mni]lt>|nl huccVh*.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Hfihinm.'or tlmt prnf-nintliintloii U thu thief of
timo mi
COME AND BE HEALED.
It muiUT* imtwhut yuuv truuhlori miiy In*, rmi.-w
unil let the Doctor dxitmln** yuiir ciinn    It will
COIlt  .Vim ll.*thii.!T   f«r nuiiillliition, -m jiIimmii chII
nml u-ttirtfy yuur.iuW«* wlietliei* tin. Doctor unilur-
Btninlfl yuitrcriHe, Tl lie run mr<> you lie will tell
yon mo: If not, lio will toll you tlmt, for ho will
not .ui'lurt'il'.' ■li-ii**!' lnili-u** lu< is ■,'*]iil(k*nt of of*
footing ncum,
I'nriiiiM nt m illHtnnco wIMilnp trmitnii'iit, liy
m-inli'in ?2.'i nml it mitllite i|it*iorl||t|o|) of tlit-ir
troiiI'li-H will rot-tHvo In ii turn n full cmirm* nf
troiitiueiit M-niroly ■■iiclii'il SO M nut to exdte ou*
Hon ity.
I»H, SPlNNKYwlll jm-irniitre to forfeit Vive
Hundred Dollar-, lor every rune nf nny hlml or
oliimicter whicli he Qtulortnltt-it innt (iiils tnrure.
1'. ».—For ■linoioir*, of imf-rt mumling, n full
four*-*- of ini'dicfni'ii, wiflii-ieiif for n niu-o, with
nil iiMtnirifom*, will b« mint to niiytulilresni.il
receilitof $10.
Call or Arlilrer-K
I)r. SPINNEY to CO.,
0 28.1y      No. llKeNmcy-Bt,1Sniir,naiiciKCu,Cn1.
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nr EWSFAPE 3K
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Rooms 20 nnd '21, HfrrtmnU' Exchange, California St., S. F., Cal.
Nil—Al) VEnTlSING SOLICITED
, for all ni**iv..|.*i|ii'M nulillnlieii nn tbe I'udftf
Count, tlio Saiiilwirl- Wniiiin, "glynn-tit, MuiImb
I'orU, l-aiinnin, Vnlpitnurio, .lit*mti, Cliinn, Ntw
Zcnlmitl, the Aitnlralinn Cnlonlei, the Ktuteri
Statu*, und Kiinipe. Mien of Hourly •iery ntwi-
jiH-ier 'iiibllflieil oti thtt Pacifte Coul art k»pt
coiMtnntly on linnd nnd nil lurmtInert *r«
nlluwrd Iree ricvMi to them during buitlntfM hour*.
Tho Itnnisii cm.rwRt.t-t la kept on flU»t tht
office of L, I'. ttSIIKK.
To Diskasks, Compwists and Aocranrr.
which Harvard's Yeuow Oil Iicuum.
teed to cu,. or relieve either la Han or
IIkast.
TUUIHTEIIIUILTPH
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, ate.
APPLIED EXTUIIULir FM
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
CONTRAC1IONS]
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFFJOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAINHrSACH,
PAINInSIDE,M.
Every bottle ruarnnteed to give
tion or money refunded.
oihi™«i mm imh lomt mmim*
T.KILSTOlTJSOO.,Pi*flpri«tori
TORONTO, OUT.
el .4
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THB—
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
OREGON PRINCE
ILL   STAND   FOE   SKRVICK
during tliu season of 1882, on
tiio Kami of tlio timlerftigneti, Chilli*
whack, and nt Lnligloy, Lmlner's Land
ing, ami Maple Ridge.
Okegos I'kisok was foaled in Oregon:
will he 0 years old in May; is a dappled
gray; stands 17V bunds high; weighs 1075
llm. at present, will weigh nhont 1880 lbs.
during iteation; is very gentle, very fnst
walker, good trotter, mul n powerful
horse in hurncss. Hu was Hired hy \V
Myer'a imported I'ereheron — "White
I'rince." Ohkoox Prisck won second
inizc at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
Inst November, and is the lnrgest horse
on the mainland of British Columbia,
TKRM8-810, 315, and $». Parties
from a distance sending mores will he
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R. 8TEVF-NSON,
jnyMtc Chilliwhaok.
BU8INE¥lTlcr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Business heretofore carried
on under the name of R. W. Deane ft Co,
on Columbia Street, New Westminster,
will from this date he carried on under
the name of TRAPP BROS., they having
purchased tho above-named Business,
assuming all liabilities and collecting all
accounts due the luto firm.
TRAPP BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS due the lato firm
of R. W, Deano k Co. must be paid to
tho undersigned within thirty days from
the date of this notice.
TRAPP BROS.
March 22, .882, mh25
fill CHEAT EXGLIM1 1IE1IEDY
JnHttfVrr-faitinfl
('un* for Nr*r»-
oii i* Debility, Ri*
hnu-n-M. Vitality
nf a n.v k I n d,
Wntkn-'iis, Par.
alynis, and •l)
the tcrrihln *>f-
fi-i'ti olyouthful
^^^^^^^^^ follies, nnd rt-
c ■ssi»8 in malum jenrs,
DR. MIXTIK win «tfre*. to forfeit
Fire Hundred Dollar* for a can- ot
ir.it> kimi iin- Vital Restorative (undrr
Ids Hpnlul mlvit-e sail ireuiiuent) will not
cure, or Inr tinvtlii* tr Impure urinjiirinui
li-un-1 in it. DR. MINTIE •r.nts all Dlt-
■•'irips lyit'WBpftilly without mercury.
Consultation free, 'ihoronghtinmi.
.latum and 4dvi<-«<. $5-00 I'lice o'TIUI
Restorative, $:-> ou a tiotilr, or (bar
-ime* Hie qiiuii'liy. $10*00; icnt to nny
iiddn-ii upon n-reiiiinf prii*\ orO O. D,,
-'■cure lr»m ohflfrvniioit, nnd in prlvate
•u-rt»<   it   desired, by  A.  B.  MINTIB,
m. n.
Ti.osn who '■-rial visit DR, MINTIB
111 San Finnci**c*o slum Id uend n full and
'iiinnie Htufment ot their iroubles with
$'2-ri no, mi in rotarn n lull course of
Mtttlloiiit* will b* far warded, securely
(melted, so aa not tOvXette curiosity.
All orders (or m***l.ft.i» O. O D. must
lie n.t'nmp'uiifd with $1 00 (as a fjttar.
untec of Bund lnith), which will bade.
riui-tfri when th" iMrkuni" Is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREB - -Sent on
npplleatinn hy It-tier st-tting symptom*,
&>% and up'. , 1'omniiinicniions strictly
"ot.ll. Initial jnv.JI-ly
II Krnrnry street, Ran Fntnrlstw, Cal.
lapleRWgeJWcipalityl
NOTICE TOJATEPAYERS.
A COURT OF REVISION WILL
he held In tlio Public School-house,
Maple Ridge, on tho (ith day of May,
1882, at 1 o'clock |p. in,, when persona
objecting to their assessments will 1m
heard.
JAMES WM. SINCLAIR,
Clerk to Municipality.
Maple Ridge, March 13, 1882.    mhl5 .

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