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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—18   PlfllLHIIBD—•
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— nr —
D. ROBSON & CO.
Off IK, COLUMBIA STKEET. EntsaNOE TO EM-
TOSIAl AU BUIIKEII DEMIITMEHT thiouok t. a.
Peamoh * Co'j. Boor 4 Stationer* Store.
TEMRB-ny Unil, H.yeeri ilio foeOtnei.i
$1 fer 3 mo..I payable In Advance. Delivered
by Onrrler or Agont, fl per qunrtur, |myae]e
qunrterly lo Carrier or Agent.
AGENTS
T. N. Hl.BEH k 00. VlOTlRM.
Wm. Haisuoh Vale.
I. P. FISHER Advertlilng Agent, SI Merctant'e
Kxenenge, Ben Vrnnclece, isnnthorleed to receive
Advert Lenient, for thi, pnper.
TUIC DADCD mny tie Ibmid on file nt
■ MO rArEn Oeo. P. Itotrell ACo.'i
Newepnjter Advertlilng Bureau (10 Bpruce St.),
wliere nilvertl.ltig contract, mny lie mndo for it III
HEW VOSk.
Ihe British dTohunbi-m.
Wednesday Morning, July II, HUM,
The
Columbian.
got §wk ot ^o lUnt.
Bargain for Cash!
TWO OA THREE HOUSES ft LOTS
in good repair.   Apply at J). 8.
CUKTIS k CO.'S Drug Store.      ap21
VOLUME U
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883.
NUMBER 3
Commercial Centres and
Routes,
It may be taken nn n settled thing
wife" a Wirffiirpi
pose, It is understood that Mr.
Dunsmuir, with the assistance of
some outside capital, will undertake
the construction of this railway, and
in his hands it may, perhaps,
become a success. If a railway runs
from Nanaimo to Esquimalt it can
scarcely hope to pay unless it is connected with the Canadian Pacific
Railway terminus on the mainland,
But Mr. Du Usui iiir and his company
will mako the railway pay it it is
possible to do so, and tho only practicable connection between Nanaimo
and the C. P. R. will be by ferry
across the gulf. The people of Victoria advocate the establishment of
a ferry large enough to carry trains
across without transhipment. We
do not believe this will ever be
done. The expense of establishing
and maintaining such a ferry would
be very heavy, and the traffic is not
likely to be large enough to justify
'' it. Experience has shown time it is
very diflicult and expensive to force
commerce through unnatural channels. For many years, in the early
history of this province, the peoplo
of Viotoria were engaged in efforts
to divert the interior trade from ttio
Fraser river route. Bute Inlet,
Bentinck, and other places wero
tried as substitutes. Thousands of
dollars wero squandered in prospecting and i*dvettising tliese routes,
and on some of them a considerable
amount of labor was expended. But
thoy failed completely, as indeed
they must, because they were artificial routes set up in opposition to
the natural highway to tho interior.
In these early day's tho jealousy of
tho people of Victoria induced them
to attempt many impossible things
in the hopo of taking trndo away
from New Westminster and tho
Fraser river. We are not sura that
even at the present time they would
not resort to similar expedients if
they could see any hope of success.
But it may be very proper for the
people of this city, and for the
peoplo of the wholo province, to
consider where the avenues aud
centres of trade will be when the
Canada Pacific railroad has been
completed. Muoh of our freight
now comes from oastern Canada,
and when the railway is running the
proportion of Canadian goods coming to this provinco will be still
larger because the facilities for
shipment will he greater and the
cost less. This class of goods, and
most English goods, will probably come by the C. P. It., and none
of those destined for the mainland
will go to Victoria, which has hitherto been the distributing point for
nearly the whole province. Wholesale houses will undoubtedly spring
upon the mainland;but where 1 For
the far interior it is quite possible
some placo about ICumloops will be-
doiim a distributing point. For the
lower Feasor and tho coist tho distributing point will ho either at Port
Moody, New Westminster or Maple
Ridge. A line of steai-iors running
from Victoria or the sound to Port
Moody could not very well servo
New Westminster, but steamers running to Maple Ridge could. Port
Moody and Maple Ridge aro about
equally distant from tho regular
steamboat track through Hani Strait.
Thero will undoubtedly be a lino of
steamers to this city, and it is quite
possible that Maple Ridge may become onr station on the 0. P. R. Iu
the event of thero being no railway
into this oity, either from Port
Moody or from some point on the
main line, Maple Ridgo will undoubtedly be the place where we
shall receive our goods. Steamers
of heavy draught cun go up river as
far as Maple Ridge, ami a line of
steamers from Viotoria or tbo sound
coming to this oity could easily connect with the railway at that place.
But New Westminster has a very
deoided advantage over both Port
Moody and Maple Ridge as a wholesale depot,' She is now a oity of considerable size (the second largest in
British Columbia), and is in a position to handle goods to the best advantage. Experience has often demonstrated that trndo naturally, goes
to the large cities—if these cities
happen to be favorably situated.
Both Port Moody and Maplo Ridge
nre yet undeveloped. They havo few
resources compared to ours, and they
must depend for future growth almost wholly upon the chances of
trade. New Westminster stands in
tho centre of a largo agricultural district, is accessible for tbe fisheries,
and has water communication ccjtial
to that of any harbor tin the coast
.The entrance to onr harbor may not
be equal to thut of Port Moody, but
wo havo water communication extending 100 miles into tbo interior,
which gives ns an undoubted advantage. We aro of opinion that New
Westminster will do tbo principal
wholesale trade of the lower Fraser,
if our merchants have energy nnd
capital enough to take advantage of
the situation.
S-cuniific Jftisallmt!).
It iB calculated that moro than .40,-
000 soldiers fall victims to malaria in
Italy overy yenr, and great numbers of
working peoplo aro attacked. A map
prepared by the Italian Minister of
War shows that of the country's 00
provinces only six 01*6 free from miliaria; and in 21 provinces its lavages ore
very severe.
The Registrar-General's annual summary for 1882 gives the number of
deaths in London last yuur from smallpox us 431, or only 0.11 por 1000 of
thu population. During tho forty-live
years from 1838 to 1882 a total uf 47,-
030 deaths have occurred from this
disease, the average annual death-rate
being 0.40 per 1000.
As an average of observations recorded during a period of thirty-three
yunrs, Sir G. B. Airy finds the temperature of tho Thames -to he 51.7 degrees, and that uf the air at thb Royal
Observatory 50. '2 degroos. The differ*
once botwoun the air and the .rivor
temperature ib two degrees during the
seven months from May to November,
and only seven-tenths of a degree from
December to April. Tho river temperature reaches ita highest monthly
average—05.70 degrees—in July, and
its lowest—-30,4 degrees—in January.
From a consideration of the colors
named by Homer il lecturer hi miu time
ago attempted to prove that the undents were less sensitive to color-
variations than modem people, Prof.
Thomas R, Prico has since discussed
Virgil's knowledge of 00101*8, and sensibly maintains that tlio words used fur
colors indicate the poverty of ancient
language in color-names, and do not
necessarily bear on the stato of tho
color-sense. Tho human oyo is capable
of finding in nature about 1100 distin-
guisablo colors. Virgil had names for
27 high colors and 15 more for shades
duo to degree of illumination. Roget
has 102 English color-names, and
modern French is said to include uot
leas than 500.
For several months it has been
known that tho remarkablo object
which has beon visible on'the surface
of Jupiter for several years has been
growing faintor, aud late observers announce that it is now scarcely perceptible.. Tlie spot, which is nearly
30,000 miles long and more thau 8,000
wide, has not changed materially in
size, but its red color litis faded until
the "great red spot" has become almost indistinguishable from tho surrounding parts of tho planet. From
its permanency of form and size it is
evident that this spot cannot be a cloud
floating in Jupiter's atmosphere, although it drifts like a cloud across the
planet's disc. Various theories have
beon suggested to account for tlio phenomenon, but none of them appear
quite satisfactory.
The Arctic expedition under Baron
Nordenskjold will try to learn something this summer concerning Green-
laud's unknown interior, which is supposed—without good reason, the Baron
thinks,—to bo deeply buriod under a
vast field of perpetual ico. Prof. Fries
—who shares Nordenskjold's viow—
has offered tho novel suggestion that
Kart of Greenland should bo columned
y mountain Lapps, whoso uomandic
habits would probably lead them to
protty thorough explorations of tho
surrounding territory, by which our
knowledge uf the rugiuu might bo extended. Ho believes thnt tho country
would be a paradise to these people,
as thoy would bo unrestricted in thoir
wanderings and would find abundant
forage for thoir reindeer herds, while
tho cold is no moro severe thau in
their native mountains in Lapland.
At a lato meeting of the Acadoniy
of Medicine in Ireland Dr. H. J.
Smyly road a paper ou a case of sudden change in tho color of an infants
hair. When four months old the child
was attacked with acute inflammation,
followed by an ubcess in tho bone of
the left temple, and ono morning the
hair on the right sido of the head was
discovered to have undergone n remarkable change from its original
mouse-colored hue to a reddish-yellow.
The right eyebrow was similarly affected, and tho skin of those parts, as woll
as that of the right hand, had assumed a jaundice tinge. Tho pillow
was saturated with a reddish-yellow
perspiration, which Dr, Smyly was inclined to think might have caused tho
change in the hair by some peculiar
chemical property. Dr. Banks, tho
president of tho Academy, reforrod to
the case of a young woman who had
half the lashes of ono eye changed to
snow-white, which she attributed to
the annoyance Buffered from tho persistent gozo of a wall-eyed admirer,
who had white lashes on the defective
eye. Dr. Walter Smith rolated tho
case of a boy in whom the skin of tho
lobes of both ears and that of the back
of the neck was of a sulphur-yellow
|iue, the downy hair of those parts
being a bright yellow and the hair of
the head boing brown. *
DRS. M°INNES& MATHERS.
Offlco, Columbia St., opp. tins Postofllco
OPEN DAY & NIGHT,
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D'. S
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Qeneral Gommission Agent,
FRONT 8TREET.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH    COLUMBIA,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Papor Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. 0,
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, ■ VICTORIA,
AcMiiiras :tro*B
North British and Mercantile
InsnraiH-c Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON * CO.,
86 Finsbury Circus,
London, I*. C.
JAMES  MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLU MBI A   STREET,
(Opp. Colnniii. Hotel!
N B.W   WflSTiHNSTBR
•far Several good Faints for Salo and to
Lease. nolo
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Golleotor.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agont Tor the TIIAVEllKBS' LIFE
•nd ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE.: — Columbia Street.,   New
Westminster. tleO
Every Man to his Own Business
-$-.   IF ZEE LEI,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. OOLOXIAL HOTEL),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
Phjslrlnns' Prescriptions and Fa-ally Recipe* a Specialty.
N.  11. — Ouly Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    inr2)l
£>* y/° '■% o
** ■". ,// < •
PORT£Af«6.0R.
- SAWS -
•f      .- .'/:•     ,
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, 4c, ftc, ftc
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporinm
MOST FASHIONABLE IN TUB CITY.
Opposito tlio Dank, Columbia streot,
Now Westminster, B, O.      [my'^i-te.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against the Finn of ADAIR
k COMPANY; Fish Cannere, Fnwor
Rivor, am requested to forward the samo
at onco to thoir Solicitors,
Herhim. DAVIE k POOLEY,
m.     Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated Srratnli, 1883, mh7
PIANOS, OBGANS,
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books Si Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXE8
A fino Assortment; from $25 to 800,
_A<**—
BAGNALL &, CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
aOVERNMKNT STREET, VIOTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PlAxoroHTK ft Ohoan Tonkh * Rki-aiukk
NEW SPRING GOODS
—AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster.
Broadcloths and fine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His 825 Suit.
sp28:to.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
uinbia st,, New Westminster.
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure In announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc., at tne lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches. Tbe undersigned
has the only HEARSE In the City. A
continuance of pnhlic patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. O. BDNTE,
Late Manager Sohl's Branch Furniture
Store. auBtc
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS   JUST   OPENED   A  NEW
Storo at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will bo found a full stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Which will be sold at New Wostmlnstor
Prices.
tsT Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
<(apl8tc)
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS.
CEO. TURNER.
WOODS k TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers.
<OLl*IRIA   8TBEKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
cdamt unimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH  ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT POUT WOODY FOI SALE.
land MiBvnrnie cabctouy a»i»
noimi ATTENDED TO.
MONEY TO 10AN ON «OOD BEC'I BITV.
AGENTS POR THE
■henix Fire maimer <:». •* Brwiklvn,
Ike Kq.nlt.ble lite ABunuue SMlelV
or Ike Hulled itales, aid
fiUddlu, MeBean •*«*.'.. Yllriled M.»e
Sewer Md Chimney ripe., linnlen
Vues, Ac.
WOODS ft TURNER.
Now Westminster, B, ft,
April 9,1888.
apt
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND GOMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8ale8 Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate tlie Bale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and tlie Districts.
K. B. Parties desirous of Belling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funiture. ami
not wishing the trouble of on Auction
Sale, can iind a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of tlie British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.  '
ROYAL CITY
MS
-LIMITED
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AM. UKSOltllTIONS OP—
NOTICE
OO'MlPjmJSrT
(LIMITED),
Carrying E. M, Mails and
B, G, Express,
LEAVE IRVING'S WHARF
FOB VICTORIA:
Wednesdays and Saturdays ut 7 a.m,
F0K YALE « WAY PORTS:
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7a.m.
Por Freight or Passage apply at the
Otlice. '
THOS. L. BRIGGS,
apl 1 to Agent,
3STOTIOE
THE JlillMLITY OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 We have	
Both wild and Improved,
Good Roads, Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade are excellent.
Wo have gootl
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, aud our
CLIMATE   IS  UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Land.
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipal Council nre offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For further particulars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valley, Surrey, B. C.     [myl0-tc
-JUST-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Soot Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Hills, Clipper and
Mohawk Plows, ke.,kc.
BURNS& COT,
VICTORIA.  B. C.
AOKNTH  FOR
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Hill-,   Oris! Mill.,
Shingle Mills,   Chinplon Kn-
glnts, Saw MIU Machinery,
lt„ kc.
A.
)|   UUU Ul UlMll-JUllJl
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantford Mowers and  Reapers,
Osborne Mowers, Brantford and
Osborne Cord Binders.
I uuu WUIUIIJIUIUJ |
• '' BSANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial Sulky  Rake,   Sprint
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, BrantlofdOraln
Drill, &c„ te.
isr Machines always od hand. Repairs
kept. del3
In the supreme court or British Columbia.
IS THE EsTATKOF HlKXY BaTKSON, DEO1!)
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
ugainst tho estate ol Henry Bate*
urn, of Harrison river, must present same
duly proved to the undorsigned beforo
the 30th July, 1881. And all persons
Indebted to the said estate must pay suoh
debts before that date,
E. A. JENNS, Administrator.
Now Westminster, Uth Juno, 1889,
J.le.lm
& „  UUUlUUiI
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
PIiiiiIiik, Scroll-sawing, Turn-
In-;, Shaping
And all kinds of W00DFINISHINO,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY
FISH   CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RIC'ARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   O.
JOHN HENDRY,
Maxackk.
f
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTFIW ASIiDKAI.KltS IN*
E
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C,  &C.
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
tho LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED OK THE PREMISES.
ill klmlH of Wali'i-plpc Work, nl ren-
N-Hi.il'lt- rule*, by a WMitvlrnl Work*
Hiiint Mullr-rut-tltm Kiuirntifer'l.
tff Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIUMlltOOIi'K htom: hi IM>I.\(1,
New -WmtMl*M*r.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Buoad St. and Ifl Paw Maw,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods. Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aud
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM M»SS »R DAM AUK BY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.000.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTHONO,
Agent for New Westminster.
BRITISH t'OLUMBlA
MARKET
YALK, PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Tlio l>est quality of
BEEF.PORK&MUTTON
Will bo kept constantly on haml.
All bills presented on tho 1st of ench
mouth, unci must be paid by 15th.
myllltc] HAVENS A CO.
NewSpringGo-mls!
B
MRS.   STRANG
EGS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS
that she lias l-ocoived Iter stook of
FANCY    GOODS!
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHIIDREN'S
RBADTMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City.
IT Next Door to City Drug Store.   apl8
NOTIICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL DE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITEO)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be had at T. R,
Peabmw k Co.'h, Now Westminster.
apll
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
sale on reasonable tenns a few half-
Itred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired by the
'lltort'Ughhrod Ayrshire Bull
nUFFBRIN,
The dams being choice dairy cows,
A. 8. VEDDER,
jell Suuuu,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tiie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
Tilt CDUKA1T DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, when
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors md Sleeping Apartments are under tho superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.        *
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Roam, com-
modiouB, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for tlm use of guests,
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liqi'oiw, Cigars, ke.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD      INI,ET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and Com mod In us.
ONE OF TKE BEST MOTELS ON TNE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken new of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coat Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
WIT*    OV    ROOM*    FOB    FAMILIES,
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it m
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION.
Proprietor.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOE SINGLE
men, on Dallas streot.   Apply ta
HENRY V. EDMOKDS,
jeM-to] Land Agent.
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO
W. R.  LEWIS,
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE.
mHRKE YOKE OP WELL-BROKE
X work oxen, in good order; will girth
7 feet and upwards.  _Ahw,_two_work
horses.
A. S. VEDDER,
Chilliwhack, B, C.
OXEN FOR SALE.
TWO GOOD YOKE OF OXEN,
well broken and In first-olu. work*
ing order. Also, Ml odd ox. For ule
cheap.   Apply to
DuBECK BROS, k CO.,
jelM-tc] Brunette Mill..
Farm to Rent.
ABOUT 250 ACRES ON SEA island, 80 acre, under timothy; w.11
dyked, and. there are thereon, a good
dwelling-house and barn. The property
is owned by Mr. Chris. Wood.. For
particulars apply to
F. McCLEERY,
jolO-tc. Nortii Arm,
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build-
ings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, fto,
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
loiiial Hotel
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the pleasure to announce that ft Is now
e- K3 mir
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
Aud nll the most modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect tho best,
aa it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very lwst management both as regards cnsiNE and
attendance, aud parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DIKING ROOMS,
with special attendance,
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with tho choicest Winks aud
LiQUoita, and the lwst brands of Ckjars
A'itl always lie ln-pt on hand,
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well unpointed, aud|.ro.
Vlded With SlB»HI.B'» f'ATHXTCUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
Good  attendance   and   moderate
charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
PROrBlETOR k Manaofr,
December 1, 1882.
THE   8TEAMER
"B-V^.I*Ta-BL"
A, 0. BEtUAMIll. HAtTn,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Every WedMeMUr, at I.. n.,
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
PORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for all points on tho Sound.
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
every Monday, at 7 a. in., arriving horo
on Tuesday afternoon.
For rates ol Freight or Faisage, apply
to
' J, A. R. HOMER, Agont,
apMto New Wwt.
FORSALE:
Iff KEW MILCH COWS AND
10 Calves, and 40 Hogs. To be aeen
at tlie shop of the undersigned, Ladner's
Landing, Abo, 12 yoke broken oxen,
very large, girth 7J feet. Enquire of W.
H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing, or U.
Kelson k Co.. Yale, or A. M. Nelson,
Kew Westminster. WU1 trade them for
beef cattle, at lowest cash price.
je30-tc] U. KELSON ft CO.
Farm for Sale.
CONTAINS 232 ACRES; FENCED,
dyked, and drained, and 70 ocre(
under cultivation. Than are on the
premises four good bouses, and all she
machinery necessary for conducting
farming operations. Intending purchas j
ers may learn particulars on application
to the undersigned. Terms eash.
JAS. W. BOOTH,
jc27-lm] Ladner's Landing.
FOR SALE OB TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES OK
Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Broa.
Tho situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building ia divided
into two shop, and bu a good supply of
water. Will be sold tt a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21tc W. J. FRENCH.
FOR_SALE.
WT   2,   BLOCK   IX.
"     1,    "      .xxn.
"   io,    "      xxvni,,
City ol New Wntminrttr.
-H.LSO—
LOT  4,   BLOCK  I.
"  8*9,   "       in.
"      4,       «•        V.      .
"      8,       "        X.
"   18, 19, k 20, BLOCK Xm.,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
B. V. EDMONDS,
New We.tnun.ter,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
'"»»« Victoria,
Dairy Farm for Sale!
MR.. C. CHADSEY, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire from busineu on
account of failing health, offer, for ule
on rcasoiuble temshU splendid Improvod
Dairy Farm, coiulsting of 020 acre, of
prairie land, of whioh ISO acre, an un
der fence. There ia a good dwelling
houso on the place, ain bam, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short every improvement necesury for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
largo and profitable business in dairy pro-
duoe. Dairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if desired. For term, apply to the owner on
the place, personally nr by letter.
Sumas, April 0, 1889. aplltc
FORSALE.
A NO. 3 HOE-WASHINGTON HAND-MESS,
In fint.olau order, with roller., roller.
stand and everything complete.
Will print a sheet same rise
as the Columbian.
AH EIGHTH MEDIUM CORDON JOB PffESS.
(Improved), good a. new, and In .very
way complete   Will print from
1000 to INO anlioor.
A LOT OF BRASS COLUMN & OTHER HOLES,
Chases, etc., in good condition, suitable
for a newspaper.
Then article, havo been replaced by
new machinery, and will be wid at muoh
loss than tbey coat. Fnll particular, on
application at tht. office.
JaO-to.] D. ROBSON* CO.
W. R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hyaek Hall.
Every description ol work in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Hunees, Leather,
Horse-Clothing oto. «*rThe hett Santa
CrusLaathtruMd. ChargM mooWaW,
AMalMllcHtd, [mylfct", NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Juror Selectors Prov. Sec.
Jurors' Aot Job'1 Robson
J. P. Appointments Prov. Sec.
Appointment Pro** Sec,
Bounty Notice John Robson
Challenge Maurice Law
Municipal Notice... .H. V. Edmonds
Auction Sale H. V. Edmonds
Selling off J. Ellard tt Co.
Steamship Victoria.. .J. A. R. Homer
Savings Bank G.Pittendrigh
Card of Thanks.. Ladies of RC.Church
Special Prof. Francia
Special Jos. Ellard & Co.
Wu §vitish (Eohunbmn.
Wednfsdar Horalus, -inly 11. wna.
Some Wild Statements.
Iho Victoria Standard continues
to howl because work on the dry-
dock has been stopped. It declares
that the dock will soon bo caton up
by worms, and the whole province
will then become bankrupt. Now,
we hope tho Standard will keep
right on howling iu that strain. It
hurte nobody, and if it pleases tho
organ and its friends, tho country
need not be alarmed. We supposed
it had long ago been decided by the
people of this province that the
building of the dry dock as a provincial work was u mistake. A
large majority of the tax-payers are
certainly of this opinion. At the
general election last year the
dry-dock policy was emphatically
condemned; and the legislature,
fresh from tbe polls, deliberately
acquiesced in the settlement bill
whieh handed the dock over to the
federal authorities. Theso facts
should be a sufficient answer to the
wild assertions of the Standard, If
there was any ono thing more than
another to which the new house
and government were pledged, it was
a deoided change in the dry-dock
policy. But the Standard's statements in this connection tire no more
absurd than some others which have
been made by tbo same crowd. It
has been asserted, for example, that
the provincial government Itavc
handed over to the Dominion 3,000,
000 acres of land at Peace river in
consideration of their taking over
the dry-dock. These people know
well enough that such a statement
is put forward simply for the purpose of misleading. In his speech
on the settlement bill Sir John
Macdonald said: "It is provided in
- tlie terms of union that all existing
rights, such as squatter's rights,
should be protected, so that the
British Columbia government could
only give tbe Dominion government
20 miles on eaob sido of tho railway wbiob was iu their power to
give, and the act of union provided
that auy deficiency foi that reason
in the lands lying on each side of
the railway should be made up by
lauds contiguous to this railway bolt.
* * * There is not a wide valley there, and 20 miles on each sido
of the railway would include a large
portion of mountain of no practical
value for agricultural or other purposes, and of tbe valley itself a
large portion has been already appropriated for other purposes.   *   *
* In order to mako up the deficiency, and render it au inducement
for the Dominion government to
enter this arrangement, and take the
graving dock off the hands of the
British Columbia government, it
agreed to supplement the laud grant
along the railway by conveying to
the Dominion government 3,500,000
acres in tbe Peace river country."
We need add nothing to this statement. It meets the assertions of
tbe organs completely.
Illegitimate Liquor Traffic,
In this country there seems to be
a conviction in tbe minds of many
men tbat they cannot make money
without selling whisky.   The crime
of illicit whisky trading is alarmingly  common.     There are liquor licenses in abundance, moro in proportion to the population than can
be  found   in any other Canadian
province, and   we   believe   there is
also vastly more illicit selling.   In
all countries men mny lm found engaged in unlawful pursuits.   They
are too mean to pay the fee necessary to obtain a license and too lazy
to work for an honest living.   In
this country some people who are
not considered either mean or lazy
have been caught violating the law
and carrying un the very dishonorable  and demoralizing buttiness of
illicit liquor sellers.     A notable example came to light last Saturday.
Mr. Wm. Perkins, of Greenwich
Park, near St. Mary's Mission, was
brought to the city on two distinct
charges of having without a license
sold liquor on  two different days.
Mr.  Perkins denied the charge, and
tbe  case was   brought before Mr.
■Vy. D,! Ferris, J.  P., in this city.
The evidence was clear and unmistakable,    Mr.  Thos. Payne swore
that he got three or four drinks of
whisky at   Mr.  Perkins'store on
Sunday, the   1st  of   July.     The
liquor wm sold over the counter by
Mr. Perkins himself, and Mr, Payne
paid for it,    Ha not only drank
himself, but treated Mr. Thos. Bulger,  who swore to the fact.    Mr.
Payne, apparently, hud no difficulty
in getting the liquor.    It was sold
readily;   thero   were tumblers exposed at one end  of the cuunter,
apparently for customers ut the bur,
and the principal witness testified
thut be had seen other people getting drinks.     There were two witnesses summoned for tho prosecu
tion   who failed  to appear, aud an
adjourninuiit  wns asked until thoir
attendance could be secured. Shortly
after the court adjourned, Sir. Perkins withdrew his first plea, und entered n pleu of guilty ou both counts,
and the magistrate imposed a Hue of
$100 und costs in each case.    The
circumstunces  brought to light ttt
the trial were such  us to leave uo
doubt but Mr. Perkins had been in
the habit of selling liquor regularly
for some time ut least, and we think
the sentence of thu court was a very
fair aud proper one.    Wo must confess thut the developments of Saturday were a surprise to us.  Wu hnv*
always understood that Mr. Pet-kins
was   a most honorable gentleman,
who would not stoop to such a business as selling liquor without n license.   He is certainly a man of fair
intelligence, and well enough off to
leave   no   excuse   for the ofTence.
What makes the case still more unfortunate for him is the fact that he
has just been appointed n magistrate
for this district. His social standing
must have been presumed to lie such
as to recommend him.to the government as a fit person for that dignified position.    But the government
have undoubtedly been deceived, and
since bo has been convicted of felony
there seems to us no course for them
to  pursue but to cancel at once his
appointment.    It would certainly be
most improper if he were permitted
to take liis seat on tho bench.    Wo
hope this cuso .will open the eyes of
these illicit liquor dealers to the fact
that they aro engaged in U very dangerous as well us degrading business.
The thing should be utterly stumped
out, and  to this end ull patriotic
citizens should give to the office! s of
the 'law every possiblo aid ami information.   If this were done, und
magistrutos  wore   to inflict severe
penalties upon every one convicted,
the illicit liquor traffic would very
quickly come to un end.    Mr. Perkins, through  Ins counsel, made an
urgent request  that no mention of
the cuso be mnde in the newspapers.
Wo must decline to bo influenced by
HUuh u request.    If Mr. Perltius has
u social position  which will sufier
from tho publication of his conviction, thut docs not lessen his crime.
His sociul standing uud his intelligence are aggravating oircumstutices.
As an impartial journulist wu could
nob for a moment listen to a proposition which curries with it u principle so mischievous.   British luw
recognizes no distinction in social
rank.    The poor man and tho rich
must stand side liy sido before the
bar of justice; aiul u journal which
would expose the shortcomings of
the defenceless nnd suppress the misdeeds of those whose wealth or in
tclligeuce has given thom n position
in society, is not worthy of public
confidence or support  .
Auction Sale
VALUABLE LAND.
I AM INSTRUCTED BY THKMORT
gagee to sell, by public unction, ut tny
ollice, Columbia street, on Wednesday,
the 151 li day of August next, nt u
o'clock u. in., under power of snlo contained in a mortgage whicli will bo produced ut the time of wile, the SW \ of
Section 15, Township 8, District of New
Westminstor, A number uf ncres arc
cleaved, and there is a good dwelling
house and other buildings. For particulars apply to
HENRY V, EDMONDS,
Auctioneer.
Or to     GORDON I'I. CORBOULD,
jy 11 -til] Solicitor for Mortgagee.
SELLING
-OFF---
SELLING
-OFF-
At J. Ellard &W
pROVUfOlAI. Sltt-KKl'.WtV's Office,
yoth Jimp, iss:,,
HIS HONOUlt THE LI KUTJSN A NT-
Governor hns beon pleased tn nn-
point Paul J. ("illic, Esquire, of Niooln
Valley, to bo a Court of lU'viaioii nml
Appeal,, under tho Assessment Aets, for
tho. Nicola Polling Division of the-Yale1
District,' rice A, W, Luuilboni, Msipiirc,
resigned. tjy.l-lt.
 FOKTHE-
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY. Notified that the provisions of the
Municipal By-Laws will bo strictly enforced.        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor,
New Westminster, July 10, 1883.   [tc
Challenge.
I HEREBY CHALLENGE WILLIAM
Hogan to row u three-mile race, single
sculls, on tlie Fraser River, for $50, uny
timo within two weoks from date.
MAURICE LAW.
New Westminster, 10th July, 1883.
 iy'i-it-	
Card of Thanks.
THE LADIES OF THE ROMAN
Catholic Church hog to return their
sincere thanks to the citizens of Now
Westminster, and the genoral public for
their liberality in patronizing the Haznur
held for tlio benefit nf tho Sisters of St-
Ann. Special thanks aro proffered to
those who kindly sent refresh monts,
flowers and other contribution--. The
sum realized somewhat exceeds five hundred dollars. iy 11 -tt.
fiun (kraut bap Bank.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to present their Pass Books for in-
sertion of Interest up to the "(Otli Juno,
1883. G. l'lTTENORIGH, Aot.
N.W,, July 11,1883.       [jylLSm.
STEAMER
j-Jfe VICTORIA,
Captain Rkioiimann,
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRANCIS-
oo for New Westminster on or
.limit Thursday, July Uth, 1883. Por
rates of Freight and Passage, apply to
GOODALL, I'ERKIN 8 k OO.,
San Franoisco.
Or to      J, A, E, HOMER, Agent,
It'll] N.W W.stmiMtM,
HIT si un
Great Reduction
 FOR-	
CASH ONLY
Tbe remainder of their large iind
WELL ASSORTED STOOK
Uf S]h---il- mul Summer
DRESS GOODS
CLOTHING AND
MILLINERY
To Mako room for ;i lnrge
PltOVIXi'ilAL SicciuiT.vuv's Owicfi,
30th Juno, 1883.
HIS HONOUlt THKtilRUTBNANT.
floveruor has beeu pleased to place
the following gentlemen on thu Commission of the Peace, viz.:—
Hugh lioyd, John Kirklaud, Francis
Page, Henry V, Edmonds, fleorge Pit-
teiidi-igb, George It. Ash woll, und William Perkins, Esquires, for tlio Electoral
District of Nnw Westminster.
William Jones, Thomas Roadley, Paul
J. Gillie, Arthur Stevenson, Joseph Dixon Lauder, and Charles Pcttnii-, Esquires,
for tho Electoral District of Vale.    fit.
PKOVINL'IAirSlHJHETAKY's Ot-TIIIK,
Juno 30th, 1883.
■VTOTICK lSHKBEBVUIVKNTHAT
j.\| for tlio purpose of carrying out- tlio
firovisious of the "Jurors' Act, 1883," renting to ttio appointment of Selectors,
the selecting of Jurors, and tho preparation of Jurors' books, rolls and lists, His
Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council has been pleased to direct tliat
the following sections of the abnvo Act
shall come into force from and aftor the
BOtli June, 18S3, viz:—
Sections2, M, 10, tl, 12, 13, I-I, 15,
IB, 17, 18, 111, 22, 23,  24, 25, 2(1, 27, 2i),
00, 80, ami Section St, so far as it relates
to Selectors of Jurors, and Section 85.
Ity Command.
JOHN ItOBSON,
jyl 1-lt] Provincial Secretary.
PhovisoiAr. SEOiiBTABV'u Omc:n,
30th June, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the Lioutenaut-(lov.
ernor has been pleased to appoint
tlio following Justices of the Ponce tn be
Selectors of Jurors, under section 10,
"Jurors' Act, 1883;" for the Districts following tlieir respective names:—    ,
A. C. Anderson, Esquire, J. P., and
Thomas Shotbolt, Esrpiiro, .1. P., for
Victoria District.
Mark Hate, Esquire, J. P., and Junios
Harvey, Esquire, ,T. P., for Nanaimo
District
James Cunningham, Esquire, -I. P.,
and Robert Dickinson, Esquire, J. P.,
for New Westminster District.
Richard Deighton, Esquire, J. P., and
James Wurille, Esquire, J. P., for Yale
District.
J. H. Haiisz, Esquire, .1. P., und Arthur Stevenson,' Esqnirn, .1. P., for Lytton District.
William Jones, Esquire, .1. P., and
Thomas Roadley, Esquire, .1. P., for
Kumloops District.
JolmSaul, Esquire, J, P., ami .lohn V.
Smith, Esquire, J. P., fur Clinton District.
Jonathan Nutt, Esquire, J. !'., and
James Stone, Esquire, J. P., for Ricli
field District. I jyl I-It
' 1TOO?IOE.
Now on the way for tho Fall nnd
Winter Trade,
Call And Examine.
jyll-te.
WANTED.
POSITION AS BOOK-KEEPER BY
a man thoroughly competent. Will
gn to any section if wages will justify.
Seven years' experience iu business.
Rest of references furnished. Address,
BOO K-KEEPER, this office.   [jy7-tc.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shiuglu
Shingle Machine Sternly employment
an 1 good wages to a lirst-class man. No
Other need apply.
R. STEVENSON,
jy7-tc] Chilliwhack.
UTor Q-irls.,
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lady Pkixoipal,    •   MISS DAWSON
Vick PiUKWPAi., ■   MISS K.DAWSON
For terms for Hoarders und Day scholars, apply to
C. E, WOODS,
jy7*tc] Hon. Secretary.
-A.il Saint's
Mission School
NICOLA VALLEY.
Lauy PmsoiMi. ■ • ■ MISS Wl'STON
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION.
For tonus for Boarders apply to
JOHN CLAPPIiRTON,
jy7-3in] Hon. Secretary.
BOYS' SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
P!UN(-ii*ai., • • ■• RKV. C. Ji BENTON
Gradual'1 nf Klnif's Collcgl-, N, H.
. This institution will be opened In thu
Fall. Board nnd Tuition, $200 pur annum. Fur particulars apply to thu Bishop of New Westminstor.       [jy7*3m,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ou and nfter the date hereof tho
sum of Two Dollars and Fifty Cunts
(§•2.50) will ho paid for every Wolf or
Puuther killed in a settled district in the
Province, uu tho certificate of a justice nf
the peace that such animal was killed in
a settlement, and that the head was produced to and destroyed by him.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Soorotary.
Provincial Secretary's Ollice,
Victoria, IJ. C, July 3rd, 1883,
  _   J^*jw_
IN THE GOODS OK
HENRY MELVILLE,
Latk or Sumas, Dkokaskij,
i LI, PARTIES INDEHTKDTOTIIH
J\_ deceased aro required to pay the
undorsigned the respective uinouuts due
nn or before tbe 10th day nf August,
1883. And nll parties having auy claims
nguiust deceased nre requited within the
sann' period to ssiid tlieir claims, properly verified, to
EUSTACE A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Now Westminster, 3rd July, 1883.   [lm
PRICE LIST C.r FRUIT
nr A T -ft.
BEAUCHAMP'S
RBEAUCIIAMP, VATKS STREET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every steamer, nnd is
prepared to soil nt lhe following prices:
Punches, pur 1k»x §1 "5
Apples, pur hox  1 00
Pears, pur box   1 ih)
Apricots, pur box   I 7"»
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs    I 2"i
Oranges,
Lemons	
Acupulco Mutes,
Green Corn,...
Tomatoes,	
jc27-tc.
25 (ii, nO cents per doz
.:.."- (»< 50 cents per dor.
.25 (a ot) cunts |H*r doz
, 25 {[' 50 cents pt-r doz
 12.} cents per pound
RICH. HEAUCMAMP,
Victorin,
II. 8. Ol'llTIrt.
. <-(..wtKi:, m. n.
icil
DIRECT IMPORTERS
Ami wholesale and retail dentern in
k^&ChiiiralH,
Patent Mcdichios, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
l/iinpu nnd I .amp Goods, ule.
Oils of Every Description,
Solo Agunts for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
Ono door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
myu.'o,
TRAPP
BROS.
Importers of
GENERAL
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
WK HAVK
New Goods
 FROM	
LONDON   DIRECT.
Beautiful Designs,
LOVELY SHADES,
FINE MATERIAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
Harvesting - Machinery.
Buckeye and Warrior Mow-
em, Steel Plows, Gilpin and
Ithica Horse Bakes, the Johnstone Combined Reaper and
Mower, tlie Johnstone* Reaper, the EcCorniiek Harvester
and Binder (the best in the
market), Harpoon Hay Forks.
TRAPF
BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS.
_The Stock
Is ns well assorted  as any on the
Mainland, comprising:
Hats & Bonnets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Ribbons.
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible. Fringed
and lace ribbons, plaid & all shades
Piece Goods.
OTTOMANS,    SURAHS,
satins, silks, sarsnets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade and plain.
Black and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich feathers
and tips, a handsome assortment.
Flowers, Frill in ?s
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, gloves, hosiery, corsets, dress
-Jrimmings, etc., etc.. etc., etc.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK.
myI6-tc.
Front street,
New   Westminster, B. C.
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE-
jo27-to.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS  AND  CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
potatoes
like, etc;
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Ordcru by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc.
New doods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly deceiving rew goods
consisting in part of
JDTeT   GOODS.
Clothing.
hosiery, lira
A fine sclcclinn of
I
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myifrtc,
C. G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
osrE-w
CoodS CLOCKS
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
Next door to Colonial Hotel.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and
Glassware.   A large and well
selected stock ot
DRESSGOODS.
In the newest materials.
I'l'iiitN. Sheetings.
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
line of
dents' Furnishing Doods,
Clothing
OF   FIRST-CLASS   QUALITY
and faslilonahle style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock is new and will be sold at
CHEAP rales. myi6-tc
"SUMAS DYKING AMENDMENT ACT, 1883."
I HEREBY CALL A MEETING OF
thoso interested for tho purpose of appointing an arbitrator, In tonus of ahove
Aot, at tho sohool houso, Matsqni, at .1
o'cloek p. in., on tho-list inst.
C. B. 8WOBU
M.tsqul, laid July, 1888,        'Jy.-lm
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains.
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashnreres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas,
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Lineii,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
Whfte and Brown Turkish, Huckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen.
NEW
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA.
In the Estate of JAMES A. SIVEWRIGHT, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN 'that
all chums against tho above-named
Estate must ba.presented and all debts
due the said Estnte must bo paid, within
ono month from tlio date hereof.
Claims uro to be presented and accounts paid to Mr. John C. Brown.
Dated New Westminster, 2fith June,
1883.
H. SIVEWRIGHT,
jo27-lm Administratrix.
C.   M.   McNAUGHTEN
HAB JUST RECEIVED THE LARG-
est assortment of Clocks over held
on tho Mainland of British Columbia.
Nickel Clocks, at 82.25 (warranted).
Beth  Thomas'  Nickel Alarm, at
au' ■iisfr-o^ani.yfe^ pbm
Gl'I'ekc. ,. . v.,.:.,.-,,:'.,-,-,,,   P
Waltlllllll Watches, coin silver cases,
from 815 upwards.
A Sue assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of tlio latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware and Optical
Ooods.
Colombia Strum,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
IMMSTEII,
0FF08ITK PIONEKIt WHARF,
F30NT STREET,
TJEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMrORTKR AND DKALER IX
Dry Goods, Clotlilnf*.
Hals uml Millinery,
Fancy Ooods, Jewelry. '
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Clsar-i and Tobaccos.
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock largo uud well selected. All
Goods firsfc-ol.iss, aud .will lie sold at
very low prices for cash.
iuhl4 M, ECKSTEIN.'
1862.
1883.
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
J^.l^£3S
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
LowDown Prices.
Everything in
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
cfe CO,,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in tbe Province,,
consisting of Dry Goods,.
Clothing, Boots nnd Shoes,,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
G rockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, StoveB
and Tinware, Plumbers'
GoodB, Plaster,Cement, Lime,
&c, &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices out low. Terms
Cosh.
April titli, 1888.
■p7 Iht gtrittefh (Mtmtlmm,
n'odiiOHiliij Morning, Jnly II, 1883.
PASHEN-UERg.
Per str. Rithot from Victoria, July
7.—Mrs Morrltion anil 2 children, Mrs McDonald, MIkh Agassi**, Miss-Woods, Bravely, Morrison, Konnle, AMard, Hlekey, und
14 Chinese and Indians.
Per steamer Rithot, from Yale, July 0—
Mra Frasor, A Peters. Thompson, Dinklo-
lineal), Orny, McDonald, KiiUlvmi, Wils-Hi
Port, Broderiek, McDonnell. C. Kown.
Hall, nnd 6 Indians and Chinamen,
Por str, Irving from Ynlo, July D-Mrs
Good, Mrs Rhyder, Mra Sweeney, Doolan,
Tohin, Ferguson, HurrlKon, Wmlc, Fulda,
Barber, Golfard, Andrew, MonolIoH, Me-
Calioch, stoveiison, McDonald, Hubby,
and flu Chinese.
Per Str. Enterprise, from Vicioria, July
10—Mrs Dunlin--:, Miss Austin, Miss Clark,
Miss McCormick, Knevett, Margott, Col-
linson, Ostmrn, Hhumbs, Giinniou, Aroli-
deacon Woods, Callagor, Drown, Dowlt,
Furney, Abruni, Master Austin, CollJs,
Henderson, Stott, Nelson, Morun.Cninp-
-bell, Woods, Murray, Cox, McLclliin, Gannon, T-adnor, nnd wndlmms,
Mr. G. B. Wright ia on Ina wuy buck
to the provinco from Ottawa.
Farmers generally are busily on-
gaged in buying. Tho yield will be
large.
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and clothing, go to Jas. KUard k Go's.
Seo adv. ... x    *
]£r. Maurice Liv publishes a dial-
.Jtjfa to #*■ w*--'&-||5l-^-r i(,w 3
-T»fe»$60.    \y -;""*■;,
Cholera seems to be spreading alarm-
' ingly, as will be Been from despatches
elsewhere.
We regret to learn that Mr. Hugh
McRoborts, of this oity, is very ill and
his recovery is doubtful,
Capt. Gardiner reports good water
at tne mouth. It is nowhere less
than 10 feet at low tide,
To-morrow the steamship Victoria
leaves San Francisco and tho.Gipsy
leaves Tacoma for this port,
Indians aro bringing considerable
quantities of blackberries into the city,
nnd are realizing good prices.
The oity post-office is now kept open
during the hour between 12 nud 1
o'clock.   This is nn improvement.
The weather continues warm and
very dry. It was a little cooleryes-
terday, but there are uo signs of rain.-
From a card of thanks published
elsewhere it will be seen that the
Roman Oatholic bazaar realized over
8500.
Many of tho roads in this district
are blocked up with fatten trees and
people find great difficulty iu gutting
through.
Oapt. Pittendrigli reports thut he
tins issued 481 fishing licenses up to
dato. This is considerably in advance
of last year.
Mr. Lundbom's four new r tores nro
now nearly completed. Thoy will be
quite an addition to Columbia and
Front stroots.
Two ships arrived at Granville on
Monday evening to loud lumber. Uusi-
Capt. Pitteiidrigh sent an officer up
tho river Inst week who seized 7 fishing nets. Thoy wore' staked in tho
river, beyond tho fishing limits. Subsequently the nets were returned to
the Indians upon giving a guarantee
thnt tbey would not ugnin bo used
nbovo the limit.
Piano Tuning.---Prof. Francis will
visit Now Westminstor on the 1 lt.li July
aud.i-cmain a fow days. Persons wishing pianos tuned or repaired should
leave orders ut onco at one of tho book
Rifle Shooting:.—Tho first semimonthly mutch of tho Now Westminster Riflo Association will be hold ou
Saturday next nt tho Peelo Range.
The mumbers will be graded according
to thoir shooting abilities und several
prizes will be competed for. In tho
second nnd third clnss tho first prizo
will bo tho association cup, whilo opon
to ull will bo Mr. Juuning's spoon.
Tho mutch is open to all members witli
nuy kind of riflo.
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Thb Feiiiiy.—On Monday night two
tendors for the establishment of .a
steam ferry across the Frasor wero roceivod by the Council. Thoy word
from Capt. dishing nnd Messrs. Sliiim-
barger it Kennedy. These tenders,
we understand, differ vory much in do-
tails, aid it may be difficult to determine wliich is really the more favor*
able. The matter will be discussed by
the municipalities nud referred to tbe
government before a final decision can
be reached.
■**>	
SmpriNo Itemh.—Stre. Enterprise
and Irving left on Saturday morning
for Viotoria and Yale. Str, Rithet
arrived from Viotoria Saturday night
and proceeded to Yale. Str. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo on Monday,
Str. Rithet arrived from Yale Monday
morning nnd wont on to Victoria.
Str. Irving arrived down from Ynle
Monday night. Str. Evangel-arrived
from Seattle yesterday morning and
left for Nanaimo at noon. Str. Enterprise nrrived from Victoria lost night
at 7:07.
 m,	
City Council,—Council mot Monday night. Presont His Worship the
Mnyor and Couns. Dickinson, Haslam,
Johnston, Curtis, Elliott, Donne, and
I Ferris. The following accounts were
'presented; 0. G. Major, 827; W. J.
French, 85; T, R. Pearson & Co.,
81.25: BitniHH Columbian, 810.18;
Royal Oity Planing Mills, 8117.35;
J. A. Webster, $17.30. A resolution
was passed declaring it to bo the
mayor's duty to soo that all by-laws
were enforced; also, instructing the
Board of Works to post notices on all
bridges uud plank roads forbidding fast
driving. Tho clerk presented two tenders for the steam ferry, ono from Capt.
Oushiii.f nnd ono from Messrs. Shinu-
barger .& Kennedy. The mnyor wns
roqursted to confer with the munici-
palitk-s interested on tho question.
The contn ot for work on Montreal st.
was award td to Messrs. Litster, For-
ness at the Moodyvillo and Hastings | rt.. ■& Smith, being tho lowest tender
mills is very brisk,
A rifle match botween fivo Artillery
and fivo Rifles will take place at ihe
butts this afternoon, firing to commence at 2 o'olock.
Tho mayor has beon instructed by
the council to enforce all city by-laws-
It is about time something was being
done in that direction,
An English coal mining engineer is
examining the coal measures lying between Esquimalt nnd Nanaimo in tho
interest of an English syndicate.
The body montionod by our North
Arm correspondent in another column
is probably tbat of Ilrimmuge who has
beon missing since Dominion Pay.
To-morrow will bo tho 12th of July,
of immortal memory. The Orangemen will celebrate the day by a supper
and appropriate speeches iu the even*
>«•
Tho run of salmon in the river is
very uncertain. It has been light this
week., Lost Thursday tho highest
catch reported was 215 . to one of
Adair's boats.
We aro informed that extensive
fires aro sweeping ovor the bush all
along the coast north of Howe sound,
and it ii feared much valuable timber
will be destroyed.
The Duchess of Sutherland lias signed tho total abstinence card at Canon
Wilberforce'i temperance meetings,
and announced hor intention of wearing the blue ribbon.
From our bpecial telegrams it will
be seen that thu str. Yosemite has been
undergoing a complete transformation
at San Francisco, and may be expeoted
here in about a week.
At the recent presbytery meeting in
Toronto Rev. Dr. Cochran said that in
British Columbia there are five out of
six churches whieh wanted to unite
with tho Canadian church.
The str, Rithet, ou Saturday night,
had on board two large steam excavators for Yale, where they will be placed
on tho railway works. There is another coming for Maple Ridge,
Attention is called to tho advertine-
mont of Messrs. Jas. Ellard &> Co, in
another column. The great clearing
•uio will afford an excellent opportunity
to thoso who want cheap goods.
Capt. Pittoudrigh has been gazottod
a magistrate for this district, Wo beliovo the appointment is a good ouo,
but the man on whom tho captain sits
will probably remain right thore.
Mr. T. J. Trapp has issuiyl a largo
number of posters in connection with
his great real estate sale iu this city on
the. Slst inst. Intending purchasers
will bo furnished upon application.
There havo beon a number of fires
in tho bush lately, but wo believe not
much damage haa been done, People
ought to be exceedingly careful during
the continuance of tho dry weather.
It is reported that a considerable
find of ore has been mndo lately on
i the North arm of Burrard Inlet. Tho
.quality of the metal is not yet deter-
rmined. Specimens aro .quite plentiful
about Granville and Port Moody.
Yesterday the str. Enterprise camo
•within 7 minutes of making tho run
from Viotoria to this oity in the remarkable time of 12 hours! Ou hor
arrival at the wharf sho lookod very
tired, and so did Capt, Gardiner. Sho
had about 11)5 tons of freight.
It is reported that Mrs, Langtry ap-
{ilied to rent a houso at Newport, tho
ambus Amorionn watering place, and
was told sho could not bo accommodated, although more than 100 cottages
stood empty at tho time, Sho noxt
applied fur hotel accommodation, when
the proprietors woi-o told by thoir
guests that if they opened thoir doors
to lior their establishments would bo
vacated and placed under tho ban uf
mpwUblt society.
Couns. Hu'i.-im and Dickinson proposed
thnt this matter be laid over until tho
financial stntumout had been submitted, but their motion was defeated.
The council adjourned till yesterday,
und then further adjourned till this
afternoon. Court of Revision-sits this
afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
From the North Aim.
(Com's|Hiiidi rnvof tlie Columbian.)
At our lato school examination ono
pupil, Mr. Walter Vorraelyeu, passed
tho high school entrance examination,
I understand that Miss Swoot has resigned her position as teacher in our
sohool nud intends spending a year nt
tbo New Westminster high school,—
Tho merry song of the mower is everywhere hoard. The weather is very
favorable for hay-making, tho crops
uro good, and with every prospect of
Mr. eSoxsinith's new steamer being
soon un the rivor, the people in this
locality have uo reason to complain.
Quito n number of new burns are in
process of erection or contemplation.
Richmond cannery presents a vory
busy scone. Tho personnel of tho
establishment has been considerably
changed since last year. Fishing boats
aro passing to and fro every hour. All
night, too, the dip of oars may bo
heard; but, ns yot, tho catch hns been
rather light.—Tho body of n drowned
man taken in a fisherman's net somo
days ago (supposed to bo that of a
farmer from South Arm) still lios nt
tbo landing on the south sido of Son
Islund, awaiting the attention of n
coroner.
From Poneum.
 i.
(Corresjwiidinee o/ Uu» CyliunWnn.)
Tho L.di-tno lu-ro lmvo been in a
stato of gi t '-.-.oitomout sinoo last
Thursday. Cnpt. Pitteiidrigh sent a
man up ou Wednesday -.vitli instructions to tako all stilmon uct a he found
staked iu tho rivor. Ho took some
from thu Cheam Indians. Thoro were
no notlcos posted up until last Thursday. I think Capt. Pitteiidrigh might
havu given notico to tho Indians along
tho rivor boforo taking theso proceedings. Alexis, cliief of Cheam, is talking of testing tho legality of tha notico
as regards tho Indians, It distinctly
says that no netting at all shall bo allowod above tho Suiuus rivor. Now,
what aro tho poor Indians to do if thoy
aro not allowed to catch salmon, upon
whioh thoy so much depend fur their
winter's food? Aro thoy to starve,
just for tho sake of n fow speculators
about New Westminstor? It ought
not to be, and I don't think any just
law would uphold suoh a practice. We
would liko to know what Cnpt. Pittendrigli intends doing with tho nets ho
has tnkon. One was just finished the
day boforo it was taken.—Tho weathor is somewhat cooler than it hns
beeu for the lust week or bo. Ruin is
greatly needed, foi everything is dry*
iug up.—Messrs. Knight Bros, havo
lately finished n now overshot water
wheel to run thoir planer, nnd shingle
machine, nud they are now doing a
brisk businoss.— Thero seems* to bo
quito an attraction nt Chilliwhack
overy .Sunday fur the bachelors of this
placo. Tho pic-nic held thero on Dominion Day proved to bo quite a success, and in tho ovening tho party-at
the old school-h oust) was just splendid,
—Tho Columbian Is oagorly lookod
for by every mail.
Files) Fllesl Files I
Catoh 'em alive 1 Why buy when you
can go to Wobb's and got Flies, Linus,
Rods, Reels, ami evory kind of tackle
that will catch fish. [ jolMtoi,
Jab printing of all kinds neatly dono
at thu Columbian offico. Prices will bo
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—Adt,
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF TNE WORLD.
Rio Janeiro, Juno 26.—Tho existence of a tribe of Indians in Paraguay
with tails is asserted, on the apparently
good authority of the Argentine who
has-tho Yerba establishment in tho
Paraguayan missions in the district of
Tocuru. Tuyn was collecting yerba,
when his mules were attacked by the
Gunyayes Indians, who fled after kill-
Ling several mules. The nmletctys
pursued, firing on the Indians, ono of
whom, a boy of eight years, was
wounded and captured. The boy was
brought to Fusados and excited much
wonder, and some Germans photographed him, he having'u tail six to
eight inches lung. Tho boy' is very
ugly, but his body is not covered with
hair, A brother in the possession of
Col. Ruca hus also a tail, and it is
said all the tribe are similarly adorned.
London, July 3.—Advices from
Viotoria state that the governor, at the
opening of the parliament to-day, announced his intention to negotiate
with other colonies, in favor of Australian confederation.
Cairo, July 3.—Tho sanitary council has ordered tho population of
Dumietta to be removed from their
dwellings and scattered in tents. Tho
infected quartor of the town will bo
.partly disinfected and partly burned.
London, July 4.—There wore 109
deaths at Damietta Tuesday, and threo
nt Saminoud the same day. The sanitary cordon Damietta stretches in a
circle of 15 miles in circumference.
Tbo two recent cases at Alexandria,
reported as cholera, were really gastric fever.
Tohonto, July 4.—A Bpecial cable
says the launch took plaoe to-day of
the first of three steamers under construction for Canadian Pacific railway
service. The vessel was christened
the Athnbnscn, and is 270 long, 30
broad and 23 deep. Sho is 2,000 tons
burthen and her contract speod is fifteen miles an hour.
London, July 4.—The Times reviews all the documents that Lord
Randolph Churchill sont Gladstone in
support of hiB assertion that the khedivo incited the massacres at Alexandria. The Times concludes there in
not sufficient reason for raising a
question as to tho khodi vo's conduct.
London, July 4.—It is now estimated that 150 wore drowned by tho
sinking of the Daphne, . Thirty-eight
of tho bodies have boen identified. A
diver reports that tlio bodies in the
hold of tho Daphne wero so closely
packed that ho was unable to move
thom. Preparations nre being mado
to raiao the vessel. Fifty-two bodies
havo boen recovered.
Sunduuland, July 4.—At the inquest into the disaster by which 182
children lost their lives, several children testified that they saw a man bolt
tho door as they descended tho stairs,
but they varied in description of the
man,
Astoria, July 4.—A vigilnuco committee wns formed tho night of July
3d. Mayor Hnhn issued an order to
close nll the saloons and places of business ut 10 a. m. Two saloons, George
Hill's and Riley & Ginders, were
open nt 2 p. m. Special officers requested thom to close. After somo
opposition Hill closed, but Riley &
Ginders resisted, nnd opened firo on
tho officers. The Intter and tho vigilance committee finntly closed tho
saloon and .took Riley & Ginders prisoners. Thoy woro given tlieir choice
to leavo town forever, or stay forever
with four feet of sod nbovo them.
Riley departed on the 5 o'elock boat.
The vigilance committee aro active,
ut I the alert for nil who need thoir
teiidijr uire.
EXCLUSIVE DESPATCHES TO THE COLUMBIAN.
London, July 0. — Cholera is still
raging in Egypt; from 60 to 00 deaths
per dny are reported. A yacht is held
in readiness to transport tho Khedivo
to Naples should tho plague continue.
Famine ia threatening the people of
Dumietta. Thoy are starving. A numbor of European residents made nn attempt to break tho cordon around tho
town nnd several wero wounded,
Honu Kono, July 9.—Tho cholera
lias broken out at Wntowa nnd is raging violently. One European died of
cholera yesterday.
London, July I).—In tho House of
Commons this afternoon Gladstone, in
replying to Sir Stafford Northcote,
said tlmt he hod recoived a letter from
Rrodlaugh announcing liis intention to
lako his seat in spite of the government. Gladstone said that as he had
proposed a method of meeting the
difficulty which had boen defeated it
remained now for the Houso to not A
motion was adopted by a vote of 232
to 05 to exclude Bradlaugh until ho
agreed to tho requirements of Houao.
San Franoisco, July 9.—Improvements commenced, somo timo ago on
the Btr, Yosemite are about completed.
Heavy braces havo boen added nnd n
forgo number of commodious staterooms built. Tlio machinory has also
been overhauled   nnd altogether sho
1 >resents a splendid appearance. Capt.
rving, who has boon superintending
alterations, loaves for tho north ou tho
Dakota Bailing noxt Friday, nnd will
bo followed shortly after by tho Yoso-
mite in command of Capt. Thorn.
The Examiner status that tho Bolling-
1mm Bay nnd British Coiumbin R. 11.
Co. is incorporated. It will build nnd
operate a railroad at u point 30 miles
easterly from Burrard Inlot, B, O. The
capital stock is $1,000,000.
Provincial Rights.
Winnipeg, Juno 21.— Premier Nor-
quay has brought in a resolution promised in his Speech from the Throne at
tbe opening of the Locnl Legislature,
regarding tho convention of delegates
of tho sovern! provinces. It is as follows:—"That it is tho opinion of this
House that it is expedient, in the best
interests of the Dominion and this
province, that a convention of delegatus. composod of members of the
Executive Councils of tho several provinces of Canada be naked to take into
consideration tho best means to be
adopted to secure an equitable npplion-
tion of tho general provisions of tho
British North America Act to tho different provinces forming the Dominion,
and to submit such amendments to the
constitution as experience may suggest, with a view to socuro greater
harmony in legislative jurisdictions in
tho Federal nnd Provincial Legislatures
respectively, And also suoh re-arrangement of the sources of revenue as will
render a uniform basis upon which
subsidies aro granted to tbe provinces."
Tbo mover made an exhaustive support of his resolution, seconded by the
Provincial Secretary, Hon. Mr. Lnr-
rivioro, The matter ii now under discussion.
H.M.S. Co\y_m,
H. M-. S. Calypso, the jarust tuhlj*
tion to iliu navy of Eiigluild, is thu
finest sliip of hot class, says the London Standard, yet upon lhe waters.
She is some leu fi-.-i. loiigut'than liny
of the previous fiisl ''miners, and will
bo, when UuiiijJloted, it full-rigged ship,
fitted with n fwithering screw, ro arranged that tlio blades when folded
will lie in the lino of the keol. Thus
she will be equally able to sail or to
steam, and will equally have speed
under either condition, us may be required. In hor design and construction she represents not only the most
improved typo of naval eruiser, but also the Admiralty idea for tho utilization of merchant ships for war purposes, Her hull is built entirely of
steel, which is plunked over by a
double casing of wood, insulated from
tho external copper sheathing. Sho is
unarmored on her hull, but her deck
is stool plated, and the area uf her
sides around the projecting sponsons,
in whioh hor four long-range brooch-
loading rifled guns aro carried, has
double plating for protection of tho
gunners against the enemy's machine
guns, In length botween the perpendiculars sho is 235 feet; her extreme
beam being 44 ft. 0 in. Her moan
draught will be 18 ft. 8 in., and her
displacement 2770 tons. Her complement of officers and men is 280; and
her armament consists of twelve breech-
loading rifled broadside guns of five
inches bore, four breech-loading rifled
guns of six inohes bore, carried on the
sponsons, and having a direct fore-and-
aft firo. She carries, also, two Nor-
denfeldt and two Gatling guns, one
9-pounder, and one 7-pounder gun,
and aix torpedoes for discharge from
two ports above the - load line. Her
form is very elegant in its lines, and
when fully rigged with sails spread out
to the breezes ahe will be a ship to bo
proud of.
i —' m> ..—
The New Cunarder Aurania.
BREAK8 DOWN ON HER FIRST VOYAGE.
New York, July 4--The Ounnrd
lino steamship Aurania, which was disabled by the breaking of her machinery
Saturday afternoon, was towed into
port to-day by several tugs. Sho reached the dock of the company early in
tho evening, with all hands on board
well, but with a dismal prospect of
her Bpeedy restoration to activo duty
in the fleet. Up to the day of the accident she made extraordinary time
across tho ocean, on her first trip, und
tho passengers wero exceedingly enthusiastic over tho qualities of the
ship. The breaking of hor machinery
wns the only noteworthy incident of
tho voyage. After she left Liverpool-,
11 days ago,, ull wont well till last
Wednesday, when a delay of six hours
was caused by the heating of the packing nbout one of the low pressure cylinders. Without that trouble, which
temporarily stopped ber progress, sho
would havo made; in the opinion of
hor officers, 430 miles in twenty-four
hours. A more serious accident occurred at 0:40 p.m. Sunday, after the
log had recorded a progress of 394
miles. Pilot John Llewellyn had beon
taken on board only n few moments
bofore. Without auy warning the connecting rod of the high pressure cylinder snapped in twain, breaking in tho
upward stroke, smashing the cylinder
to atoms and crushing an immense hole
in tho column. In a moment the en-
gino room was filled with steam, while
pieces of spattered metal were flying in
overy direction. The report and tho
hissing of the escaping steam wore
heard over tho vessel, but the passengers displayed nu sign of panic. Those
who were on deck sprang to their feot,
nnd for a few moments there was thu
commotion which always occurs whon
crowds realize something serious hns
happened. Whon the connecting rod
broko second engineer Lambert and
two assistants wero in tho engine room.
Nouo of them were injured either by
scalds or bruises from the flying metal.
Lambert was in tho stoker's room, and
the moment ho heard the report he
rushed through the clouds of vapor
nnd shut off steam. Had it not been
for this action the damage dono would
probably have been greater, In appreciation of his' courage the* passengers of tho ship raised a purse of about
§350 and presented it to him on Monday nfternoon.
As soon as the engines had boon
stopped all possible sail was set, and
tho steamer proceeded slowly until 8
p.m. Sunday. Then she was hailed
by a pilot boat, and by the latter some
word of the accident and a request
were sent to tho agents of the Cunard
line in this oity. The Aurania soon
began to drift somewhat towards the
southwest, and to prevent the possibility of hor reaching a dangerous
{troximity to shore, her anchor was
owored with serenty-ftve fathoms of
chain into forly-tivo fathoms of water.
This was about 4:45. Tho same afternoon sho weighed anchor and made all
sail. Captain Haines estimates the
damage nt more than 8100,000. Tho
ship will have to go to the Clyde under
sail, and it will take a year to repair
her. Sho is a Clyde built stenraer of
7500 tons register.
instantly killing one of tho prisoners
named Charles Brown, tho ball entering his head just above thu right our
and 'unying downward. At this timo
Fletcher succeeded iu freeing himself,
and closing the note, prevented the remainder of thu prisoners from escaping. Jn the meantime the guard fired
again, wounding McKern,One of the
leaden-, the ball taking effect in the
lower part of the hip, just as they were
entering the office for the purposo of
securing firearms. Enraged at tho good
mnrkmunshm and tha inroads Mr. Stil:
well was making in thoir ranks, Smith,'
one of tho gang, attempted to cut the
throat of Warden Collins, he" having
threatened before to do so. Mr. Go-
bat, the turnkey, observing this action,
drew his pistol and attempted to fire,
but Wits overpowered by the convicts,
but not until he liad fired one shot,
wliich took eil'ect in tho wall of the
offic . Mr. Gobnt is an unerring marksman, and would have killed liis man
hud not his uriu beon thrown aside by
one of tho gang.
The affray was now getting interesting. Smith realizing the situation,
grabbed a tninpi'ig iron, which hnd
been taken from the foundry fioui
another prisoner, aiid attempted to
strike the turnkey on the head, but
Mr. Collins, by au almost superhuman
effort, managed to get between the
men just in lime to receive the full
weight uf the blow, thereby saving
the life of Mr Gubat. Thoy crouched
turnkey Gobat's pistol, which yot contained three loads, from his hands,
and Brndshnw, a noted desperado, secured Superintendent St rut ton's rifle,
which was standing in the office. Fearing further assistance to the officers,
thoy rushed from tbe building, going
out of both the north and south front
entrances to the building and took lo
their heels down the avenue. In the
meantime Stilwell was doing gallant
service. He shot Ben. Rivers, who
was in the hallway, iu the back, killing him instantly; also Jack Williams
wus shot and instantly killed by tho
same guard, and John McKern in the
foot, which did not stop him. As
McKern, with some others, wns making his escape through the south door
he was again shot by Albert Veateh in
the band, currying away his first and
second fingers; but this did not stop
McKern, who rushed on with tho
others down tho avenue, but coming
iu the rango of StHwell's guu he was
wounded by the latter in tbe leg,
which dropped him. Smith was shot
in the arm, and anothor prisoner wus
wounded, but they did not stop. The
guns thon crossed th* creek and entered the brush back of Mr. Joseph's
house, whero Smith was captured n
short time after by Policeman Mauzey.
He wns wuding in the creek and wns
captured without resistance, Ono Tim
Garwood left the gang and ran in the
direction nf-the-asylum, near which
ho was captured by two trustees and
brought back uninjured. By this time
tho officers aud a largo numbor of
citizens were after the remaining eight,
who had .not as yet beon heard frum.
McKern is not expected to live until
morning. Posters are out announcing
a reward of $800, or 8100 each, for
their capture, dead or alive. There
woro fourteen in all who succeeded in
getting - through tho gates, three of
whom were killed, throe others retaken and two of them wounded,
leaving eight now at large. They were
among the hardest characters in tho
penitentiary; and with ono exception
wero nll serving out long terms.
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain more real and direct uouiisliment than 200 lbs. of Lie-
big's or any similar cxti'aet of beef. The
British Government analyst lias pronounced it the most perfect food he ever
examined. Por sale by D. S. Curtis k
Co. jy4-3m.
Rkai. Eg'i'ATB.—Mr. Win. Clarkson
has opened a laud office in the premises
adjoining Mr. Keury's book store,
where he will furnish terms and particulars to persons desirous of purcliumng
cither eity or farm property, of which
he has u large number of lots to dispose
of.—A th,
T. R. Penraou & Co. have just opened
out a very large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of England common prayer and hymn bonks.
They aro'the finest ever shown in the
eity.—Adv.
T. 11. Pearson k Co. will receive subscriptions for thut excellent monthly,
Resources of British Columbia, $2 a year.
A full supply of the first numbers on
bund.—Adv.
For all troubles of the' Throat, us«
Allen's Lung Bnlsam. See adv. In another column.
Pocket Cutlery.- T. It Pearson k
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England,
For diseuseB lending to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. iti
another column.
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WEBB'S.:
Shotguns, Rifles, Revolvers go to
If you want a day's sport, cull at
Cartridges, Powder and Shot buy at
Fish-hooks, Flies, Lines uud Rods seo
(,or fragrant Cigars k Tobacco use
Meerschaum, Briar and Wood Pipes goto
RAMER'S OAR
CHILLIWHACK, B.C.
J. C. HENDER80N,
COMMISSION HERCHANT,
Jobbing and Retail Dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Tobacco Pouches, Purses, Match Safes at
Notice to Farmers.
Pigs!_ElgsI
THE MAKKET PMCE IN CASH
vill be pnid all the year round by
tho undersigned for live Hogg from 100
to 200 pounds each, and to bo in fat con-
dition. Sellers will be informed of the
points at which hogs aro to he delivered
by stenmor.   Apply immediately to
KWONG LBE ft CO.,
joSM-lru] Yale, B. O.
IMPORTANTTOSHIPPERS.
New Tiirouoii Route Between Pout-
land anu New Westminster.
Daring Break for Liberty.
SALEM   CONVICTS   ATTEMPT  TO   E8CAPE.
Salkm, July 3.—At about 0.30 this
morning tho people of this city wero
surprised by tho appearance of a messenger from tho stato prison, bringing
the startling news that un attempt had
beon made by tho prisoners in Goldsmith & Lowonborg'a stovo foundry to
overpower the officers and guarda and
mako thoir escape. A plot had been
arranged by the prisoners at work in
tho foundry to overpower at a certain
signal, tho officers in charge, and mako
a desperate struggle for liberty. Thoir
actions aroused the suspicions of
George Flotchor, one of the overseers,
who seeing thu first warden, George
CulluiB, in tho yard near the simps,
stepped out to inform hiin of what he
had seen. Juat ut. that moment John
McKern and Gid Beechamp rushed
out of the shops, followed by. about
forty or fifty other convicts, armed
with iron bars and other dangerous
weapons, tho most desperato ones in
tho lead, Collins and Fletcher wero
immediately seized by the samo convicts, who marched them in front, thus
protecting themselves from the guard
at the west gate. In an instant thoy
wero at a small qate at the northwest
corner of the prison and near the guard,
Wilfonl Stilwell, at the west gate,
whom tho convicts told that if he tired
at them thoy would kill Warden Collins and Overseer Fletcher, But their
threats wero of uo avail. Stilwell raised his gun and pulled the trigger, but
it missed tire. Running to his stand
ho secured another gun und some cartridges, and tired into tho crowd as
they wero poising through the gaio,
Richmond Council.
Council met at the Town Hall on the
2nd inst. Present — The Reeve, and
Councillors Kidd, Krringtou, and Wilkins. A communication from the New
Westminster Council was received, asking co-operation in erecting agricultural
hall aud Immigrant sheds. Couu. Kidd
was appointed to wait upon Mr. Orr and
obtain further information concerning
tha proposed buildings. Actlou was
postponed until the Council received his
report. The Board of Works reported
that - they had let a contract to Walter
Lee for putting iu a floodgate at the end
of road-ditch terminating on McDonald
slough for the sum of $8.50, that the
work hod been done as they had directed
and they recommended that the said
amount be paid to Mr, Lee; also, tliat
U. J. Kirkland's contract had been completed according to specifications aud
they recommended payment ot balance
due to him. Council acsepted report and
ordered payment of bills accordingly. A
bylaw foe raising a municipal revenue
and a bylaw to impose a wild Taud tax
were passed. Coun. Kidd savo notice
that at next meeting he would introduce
a bylaw to amend the ward bylaw. - The
Clerk was instructed to communicate
with tlie Provincial Secretary, asking
what proportion of the appropriation in
aid of municipalities on the mainland had
heen allotted to this municipality and
how soon It would be available. Council then adjourned.
THE OltEGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co. will dispatch the
steamer Gipsy from New Tacoma with
flour aud ineruliaudise for Now West-
mister direct au July 12th, 1883, and
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from Portland, Hour
and feed, Stt per ton of 2,000 lbs.; merchandise, $8 per ton of.2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Asst Supt. Traffic.
jy4-te] V. K. CLANCY, Agent.
Spectacles, Reading and Eye Glasses
tlmt you can see through at
Pocket Knives, Razors k Scissors, get
WEBB'S
Playing Cards, Dice k Cheques see
Machine Needles, Oil k Attachments, try
What you cannot get elsewhere
"WelDta's Oot.
WHO IS WEBB?
CALL AND SEE.
Columbia St., New Westminster, B, C.
GKumsan-x-s.
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Maple ttldge Council.
Council mot on the 7th inst. Present
—The Reeve (If. Dawson, Esq.,), and
Councillors Isaac, Irving, and Laity.
Communications were received from R,
C. Cridge, iu reference to tho road obstructed by railway construction, aud
from Messrs. Isaac and Hanoy, asking
that the license monoy paid by them ou
March 15th be refunded. The Clerk
was ordered to obtain legal advice as to
the refunding of the license money. Tlie
Sunday observance aud saloon bylaws
wero reconsidered and finally passed.
The municipal hall bylaw passed its first
and second readings. Tho Clerk was
authorized to notify Mr. Orr that as
soon as the municipality receives tho
government appropriation a grant of
v-100 will be made towards tho erection
of au agricultural hall at New Westminster. Clause 2 of tho revenue bylaw of
1881 was amended so as to read 7 mills
instead of IJ per ceut It was resolved
thnt the rate of taxation ou personal aud
real estate for tlio present year be 7 mills
ou the dollar. Following bills were or
dered paid:—Juo, Hindi, $12.50, half
year's salary as assessor; Henry Dawson,
95,25, expenses to town and map. The
Council then resolved itself into a court
of revision and finally revised the assess:
ment roll. It was resolved that Mr.*)
Isaac's assessment on lot 400 be reduced
$80; also, Mr. McKenney's, 0200 on
house and lot near public lauding, The
assessment roll was then adopted and the
court of revision closed,
AIM 1(1. TO MOTHER)-.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If
so, send at onco and get a bottle of Mrs.
WlNHLOW'a SOOTIIINO SYRUP KOtt CHILD-
ken Teething. Its value is inealoulable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there Is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, cures wind colic,
softens the guin.i, reduces inflammation,
and gives tone and energy to tho whole
system. Miw. Winhlow'h Soothino
Syrup von Children Tketiunu is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescription
of ui j of the oldest and best female physicians aud nurses In the United States,
and iB for salo by all druggists throughout the world. Price £5 cents a bottle,
(ap-iiotly)
;iili E-if-rMltii rtp(*KH.n ii«
THK WAY IT WILL AFFRCT YOU.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changen the secretions and puritiett lhe
Mood; heals the irrUnUtd parts; gives
strength to the digestiva organs; brings
tho liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to tho whole system,    Spoil is
THK   IMMKUIATK   AND  .SATlSKAirf'OIty KF-
fkot tliat iV ii warranted to break up the
most distressing rough in a few hour*'
time, if not of too long standing. It h
warranted to hive entire satisfaction,
kven in the most confirmed casta of Consumption ! It in warranted not to produce
costivenoss (which is the ease with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. /' m war-
ranted lo be perfectly A'ovuA-Mttothcinost
delicate child, although it is au active
aud powerful remedy for restoring the
system. Then in uo real necessity for so
many deaths hy Couxiunplion, when Allen's Li'm; Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, aud who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, wo would recommend to give Allen's Lung Balsam a trial, Sold by all
Druggists. je30-lin.
NEW   GOODS!
-•AT—    ■
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST ARRIVED, A GOOD SELEC-
tion of DRY GOODS, comprising:—
Lnees, BUiImum, PkhcIi Fltnrers, Coi-mcId,
Ladles' aud tii'iil-,' Hum*. Colters, Tics,
nnd HnndltcnitleAi, I'rtetK nntl »r«-*»
Goods, 4'relonneH, Flnnnels. Shlrtfngi,
Starellng*, Table linen, Brown Holland n,
I'ltllriH--., Slnnvli., IlliiiikclN, Ac., Cleaver** Tin-l-en** Soup, lliim-y nnd Almond
filjTN-ini', Calvert's Carbolic, Brawn
Windsor, F<-rniui*-ry, Ac.
Altfo»HiirdwaN, Tools, Door MtdugN,
"Sa-.li I'ttMtpnem, Scren*, Kiill*-, dr.
Agent for Harper Tnrlvrliw**- Wiudi-
Iiik. WHiiRlntc, and Mangling HnHilnr
(lst prize London, ParW and Vienna Exhibitions. Will wusli for fumlly of 8 In 3
liours; nu ironing). mliSI
TTTR WISH TO THANK OUE Numerous customers for their liberal patronage aud support during the post two
years, and we hope to manage the business iu suoh a way as to secure a continuance uud increase in' the same. Be-
member, we buy largely, and ara pre*
pared to utl as
In the Province, aa we carry the Largest
Stook on the Mainland (outiide of New
Westminster).   Our stoek consists of
ire You Insured?
Dry (ioods,
Glass 4 rally,
Notions,
■rifi,
Underwear,
raleat Hedlclin,
ClotalDg,     ,
Rones,
Hats t Caps,
Hardware,
Bookie's Station', Fan ImpleneaU
Doom.
Car peaten'Tools,
Wladout,
Wooden Ware.
Null-,
rallies * Oils,
Groceries,
InikM,
Provision.,
fnrnltire,
Boots k Snoes,
linker,
Crocker*-,
Wall Paper,
Glassware,
Etc., Mc.
If uot, insure iu the
PRELIMINARY NOTICE.
■ AN IMPORTANT	
AUCTION SALE
Of eity suburban and Port Moody
property will be had at the Colonial Hotel at au early date. Parties desirous of
disposing of their property are hereby
invltad to placo the sumo in the hands of
the. undersigned at as early a date as
possible, in order that the same mny be
fully advertised, to enable intending purchasers to visit and examine for themselves before day of sale. This is considered a rare chance for turtles desirous
of selling, as also for intending purchasers, as in the event of there being no sale
effected thero will be no charge. Tenns
us usual, ■
.m..m.mmmmm
In connection with tbe Agricultural Pair
to lie held in this city, the undersigned
proposos holding
AN AUCTION SALE
On the evening of the first day of Fair
of Homesteads, Wild urn-id, Etc.  On
the second -day of Fair an auction sale
will be held of Htock and Farm Produce. This will give an opportunity to
Fanners of disposing of their breeding
and other stock, and also to purchasers
u chance of getting what they may
require in that line, without having to
search to country for the same. This
early opportunity is taken with a view
to giving parties desirous of disposing of
their Farms or property, ample tune
to mnke the same public, so that
likely purchasers may have an opportunity of visiting and seeing for themselves,
which they could not do at a short notice. This will be all opportunity
that has never occurred hefore, ami
every Farmer should make a point of
visiting Now Westminster on thnt occasion. AH Mint Ik required of those
who wish to dispose of their property is
tlmt thuy communicate full piirtCeulnrs
to the undersigned as soon ns possible,
living the lowest cash price they will
nke lor the same. If sueh price js nut
realized thero will be no charge made.
In this way a farm or a tract of land at
Cariboo or Kamloons or Nicola Volley
ean lie disposed of .without tho owner be-
ing put to thu least expense or inconvenience thereby. Full particulars of sale
iu due time.
T.J. TRAPP,
Auctioneer,
New Westminster, June 5th, 1883.
|e6'to
Hi I F ES .
LOW RATES,
LARGE BONUSES,
SAFE INVESTMENT.
[Fmm flic alone, May IM, 1883.]
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
Directors of the Confederation Life
Insurance Company is a more than usually interesting document of the kind.
It shows 1,513 new policies for 1882, assuring $2,510,387. The total number of
policies is now 6,357, assuring $9,909,24(1.
Notwithstanding the large sum paid out
in cosh profits to policy-holders, the financial statement shows a handsome increase in the cash assets. There were
during the year 34 deaths, involving tho
Bum of $51,()50. The results of thenuin.
quennial allotment of profits have given
unalloyed satisfaction to the policy -holders, and the valuation of the Company's
liabilities hns been done independently
by Mr. Carpuiael, their regular actuary;
by Mr. Clierrimati, Dominion Inspector
of Insurance; and by Mr. Homaus, a
New York actuary. The net valuations
by these three authorities are 9739,230,
$727,297, aud $700,252 respectively—an
exhibit woll calculated to show the
foundatlonlcsa nature of the attacks
made upon tho Company.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Now Wt'stmmstcr, B. C,
Sole Agents for British Columaia.
my2.1-tc.
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pipe
and Pipe  Fittiugs in Endless
Variety.    All kinds of.
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done In neatest btyle and most thorough
Of every description on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work a specialty.
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Wholesale dealers k Manufacturers,
Columbia   Street,   New Westminster.
mylO'to,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy aud Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget that we take all kinds of
Farm Produce, at Market Rates, in exchange for goods.
i? All book accounts for 1882 and 1883
must be closed by 1st October, 1883,
without foil.
A Clearance Sale to commence 1st
September, 1883, for 30 days,
CHEAP JACK,
THE RANCHERS' PAPOQSE.
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CHAMPION
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STEEL * IRON PLOWS
American Make.
GILPIN'S SULKY PLOWS
GRANT'S FAN MILLS
American Mako.
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS,
A large assortment, and the largest
stoek iu the Province of
—Solo Agents for—
YATES STREET, VICTORIA.
jelS-tc England's Work In Egypt.
The current number of tho Nineteenth Century contains an interesting
survey by Mr. F. W, RowsoH of the
work accomplished by English intervention in Egypt and the practical advances mudo in the direction of administrative reform under tho guidance
of Lord Dufferin. The comprehensive
report of tho latter on Egyptian affairs
is likely to be as notable u starting
point for the now doparturo as was tho
celebrated report of Lord Durham in
relation to Canadian matters. Thu
first favorable feature in tho situation
as contrasted with that immediately
following thu war, is the disposition on
tlie part of othor nationalities to accept
the logic of facts. Evon France, despite the Iobs of prestige occasioned by
hor non-intervention policy, bos gradually como to acquiesce In the course
pursued, tho diplomatic situation botween tho two nations boing much loss
strained than was to bo expeoted on
the abolition of the joint control. Tho
writer proceeds to enquire into the
attitude of the various mow which
make up tho Egygtian population with
rogard to the results of English interference. The Egyptians comprise
about 700,000 Copts, the survivors of
tho ancient Egyptian race; 400,000
Bedouins, divided into about fifty
tribes; 4,000,000 fellahiu, in a condition of hereditary servitude and degradation; aud 30,000 Osmunlis, which
latter torm includes not only thoau of
Turkish race proper, but all subjects
of tho Sultan. The Coptic element
desire nicroly equality before tho law
and freedom uf worship, nnd cccoglliiJ-
ing that thuy aro more likely to receive
even-handed justice and toleration
from tho English than from any Oriental ruler, would gladly see a permanent English occupation of tho country. Tlio Bedouins may bo loft out of
the calculation, as any Government
will bo obliged to turn its attention to
preventing their ravages and keeping
thorn in subjection. The felluhin,
constituting five-sixths of tho population, havo politically no interest in
public questions, and no means of
forming any opinions. Their only
aspirations tu-o to escape oppressive
taxation and ill-treatment, to avoid
conscription for the aniiy, and to bo
permitted to cultivate their land in
peace. The Osinanli, thuugh a small
class, ore influential us constituting
under tho system now passing away
tho ruling caste. Cherif Pasha, their
most important political lander-, is represented as a iTinn of broad views,
anxious to givo thu country such a
constitution us may bu found woi-fcablo
and .uUiptoU to its needs, to keen in
check the arbitrary powers »f tho Kilo-
div-i-i-powers which tho present occupant of the throne is naturally indisposed to claim or exeroiso. Cherif
Pasha's colleagues in tho Ministiy and
subordinates in the Provinces must
necessarily act in accordance with his
policy. The Osinanli outside the Government have no power to resist the
progress of reform, however much it
may be opposed to their views. Tho
larger number of this class are thu
directors of estates, foremen over field
and corvee laborers, and iu similar
positions of lociU authority. Their
numbers, however, are tno small to
render them politically dangerous.
Lord Dufferin was early impressed
with the idea that it would bo useless
to endeavor to ongraft constitutional
government, us it is understood in
Western Europe, upon the Egyptian
system. Accordingly ho framed a system intended as the germ rather than
the completed fabric of a constitution.
Tlie scheme recoived thu assent of the
Khedive on tho lst of May. Meanwhile a number of important practical
reforms have been carried out. The
use of the "korbngh" or bastinado—
formerly universally employed as a
means of inducing the peasantry to
perform corveu labor and pay thoir
taxes—has been abolished for nearly
six months. The newly formed gond-
arniorie has suppressed rubbery and
assassination with a firm hand. A
simple and efficacious system of land
assessment has been adopted. Among
the reforms which have been approved
in principle, and may bu regarded us
certain of accomplishment, is a thorough overhauling of the public works
system and n total abolition of tlio
forvoo ot forced labor of the fellahiu
i|U the canals, the reiii-gauiaitiou of tho
. system upon which civil and criminal
justice is administered, and the abolition of tho unjust immunity from taxation enjoyed by foreigners. That so
muoh should have been accomplished
and put in a fair way uf accomplishment in the short space of nine months
is auspicious for the future of Egypt,
aud an ample justification of the course
of the Imperial Government in intervening to suppress Arabi's insurrection. After all, as Hosca Bigelow puts
it:-
-'Civilization does git torrid
Sometimes upon a powder-curt."
However well-meaning and patriotic
Arabi may have been in liis attempt" to
throw oft the intolerable burdens of
the peasantry, it is obvious that owing
' to the utter lack of patriotism and pub-
.'/ lie spirit among liis countrymen uo
internal rebellion, even if successful,
could have accomplished nearly as
much in this direction as will be effected by the English occupation.--01 obe.
Coming Leap-Year.
Iu Catholic and Protestant countries
the year 1.000 will uot bo a leap-year,
they all having adopted tho Gregorian
calendar. In countries where tho
Greek Church is established (Russia
and Greece), the old Julian calendar
still holds, and those countries will
count it a leap-year. After February,
1000, therefore, the difference between
the two calendars, which is now twelve
days,; will become thirteen days, and
will remain so until 2100, the year
2000 being a leap-year in both tho
Julian and Gregorian calendars. Tlie
rule for leap-year may bo thus stated,
according to the Gregorian calendar,
which differs from tho Julian only in a
special treatment of the century years;
All yours whose index number (1883 is
the index number of tho present year)
is divisible by four are leap-years; un-
' jess (1) their index number is divisible
by 100 (century years). In that case
they are not lean-years, unluss (2) their
index number is divisible by 400; in
whioh ease they aro leap-years. Thus,
1700, 1800, 1000, and 2100 are not
leap-yean, while 1000, 2000, and 2400
At a school in Tokio for thu sons of
Japanese nobles geography is taught
by means of a physical map of the
country between three and four hundred feet long, This model is made of
turf and rook, and is bordured with
pebbles, which at a little distance give
tbe appearance of water. Every inlet,
rirer and mountain is faithfully reproduced. Telegraph wires mark the lat i -
tude and longitutde, and the position
of eitlee ii indicated by tablets,
Stanley oh the Congo.
' Wiien Stanley explored the Congo
for more than twelve hundred miles,
making his way whore no whito man
had been, or none who hud ever made
any iutelligiblo record, it was evident
that he had practically found a nep
pathway for commerce. Tho Upper
Congo leads into the heart of equatorial
Africa. The whole extent uf that
mighty rivet) could not bo navigated
by a single craft on account of cataracts. Largo ships had for a hundred
years or more sailed into the mouth
of tho Congo and sailed up that river
for more than an hundred utiles. But
abovo tho first cataract little was known
about that river. Stanley started from
tho oastern sido uf thu African Continent, nt a poiut nearly opposito Zaiii-
bar, and in less than a twolvotnoiitll
camo out ori the western side nour tho
mouth of the Congo. HU discoveries
wore uf grout interest to geographers.
His map of the Upper Congo changed
tho course uf that river for a lung distance moro than twu degrees. Ho
fouiid* ti rich and populous country,
Whore a dense population can be sustained thero are great resources.
Tho noxt voyage which Stunluy made
to the Congo wits entirely ill tho inter
est of cuunnorco, Following the iiillu
ents of tho mighty river, tlie merchant
could reaefa more than thirty million
people. These were eager fur trade.
Thoy had gold, ivory, indigo, coffee
and uther products to exchange fur
manufactured goods. The Pou am
Gazette makes the following statement
of tho later development of trade on
tho Congo;
Tho imports of English manufacturers aro said to amount to £000,000 per
annum. Twu Biitish stuaiu companies
call regularly at tho mouth of the river,
and the gross exports and imports are
stated to amount tu £2,000,000 per
annum. The Portuguese claim to have
twenty-five or twenty-six of the forty-
nine Eurupouu factories ustablished jii
tho Congo, and iiino-teiifbs uf the lor
oign population is of Portuguese orlgll
But English traders douy tlmt llieru is
a single Portuguese .merchant on thu
Congo, aud say, with thu exception Of
a few unimportant factories ull the
coast north of Ambrin, Portugal has no
commercial interest in the territory.
Somo idea of the depth of the Congo
may bu gained from thu fact that vos*
sels uf 5,000 tuns 1.union euu anchor
iu tho stream off Vivi, 120 miles frum
thu sea. Above Isangila tho cataracts
form tho lirst serious ubstBcle lu con
mmiicatjoji with the iiitprinl', M
Stanley lias madu a mad 100 miles long
past the cataracts, norma which lie Imr
transported to tliu Upper Congo thru,
steamers in seetiuns. Twu -Uuaim-in,
the Bolgiquo aud thu Espuraiico, Iradu
between Vivi and thu muutli of the
river, tlio ltoyal plies between Man*
gtiiiyu and Tsaugila, while the Eu A vim!
cau stuaiu for 800 miles into the very
heart of Africa. Mr. Stanley, win.
left this country last December, is now
qn his way to tho Upper Congo at thu
head of 1100 well armed negroes from
Zanzibar. The Hajitist Missionary Society has eleven Missionaries, font stations and ouo steamboat on the rivi-r.
In August, 1877, Mr. Stanley uiuiulud-
ed his long mareh of 0,000 miles from
tho east to the western coast of Africa,
and arrived at tho mouth of 'hu Congo
with thu discovery, maths at u oost of
three whito men and inure limn SJfiO
mttivus of his escort, that the river
Congo, or, ns he called it, the Living*
stone, was thu m<-Bt magnificent waterway in Africa, draining ti watershed of
of 800,000 square miles, and opening a
highway for Eurupouu commerce lo
the wholo of the Equatorial region uf
au almost unknown continent.
Cause of Boiler Explosions,
According to M, Treves, soma ocor
sioually mysterious explosions of steam
boilers, whon apparently iu good structural and working ordor, may bo thus
explained; Supposing that work ih to
bo suspended either fur thu night or
fur any lung interval, aftor a stated
hour, and that a boiler is commonly
driven under an averago pressure nf
80 pounds or 90 pounds of steam;
some time before the hour of closing,
tho stoker luta his tire slacken, tills up
tho boiler, and leaves off with perhaps
50 or 00 puimds ou tho gauge, Next
morning, or after thu Interval, hu Hints
tho pressure gauge standing at 20
pounds ur 00 pounds, with a gooil supply uf water. Consuquuutly, in order
to save thu heat stored in the boiler,
he begins tu tire up, without thinking
of the danger which muy lurk iu thu
water that has boon bulling all night,
Tho stoker never thinks of putting iu
moro water, because thu gauge is all
right, uud thus prepares thu essential
preliminarios of a '-mysterious" oxpli
sion.
The water that has huuu slandiii,
above thu boiling poiut tor hours has
lost its power of ebullit'tm, booiltmu the
air which it formerly contained has
lung been driven off; aud in this duiid
condition it is capable of iilmorbiiig
heat without the power of delivering
it up iu thu form uf steam. The water
thus becomes superheated, and at thu
moment of any mechanical ngltftlinn
such as the opening of ihobtcilin Valve
or tho introduction df fresh walui- il
may instantaneously ilash into slcum
with explosive force, li hua lipwi
abundantly proved that, apart from
gross defects uf cousti'iiution, cotidil Jon,
or management, superheating of wnloi
has of late years been thu uiily intelligible causo of thu great ili'itlbei* of
boiler explosions, The remedy for thii
danger is fortunately simple, and re
Bides iu the employ ment oi auy oiled i vi
means for preventing the "Bleep'1 >■(
water iu boilers by keeping up it constant ebullition.
A good devico fur this purposo U t<
provide the water feed pipe by a Ti
thu horizontal branch buiug about (I
inches above thu bottom of tliu boiler.
The under part of this tula: is to bu
provided with open conical nipples
ranging along tho whole length of the
pipe, which will extend fviu end to
end uf the bolier. Before firing up,
therefore, the stoker should forCffnlr
through the feud pipe so tilted until a
pressure guagu un the pump shows a
Higher reading than thu quiescent steam.
gauge. Tlio nipples are then full of
air, uud ready to act as the puiu-rating
centres of ebullition, whereupon Ihu
tire may ba pushed as briskly as desired
without risk of explosion. Thfaaiig.
yeation emanates from M. M, Dunuy
and Oernoa, and is recommended by
M. Treves as au economical embodiment of it universally accepted theory.
—Scientific American,
A Bbmaubaiilk Faot.—It is a remark
able fact that VV, A. Kdgers, of Frank-
ville, who wos so far gone with liver and
kidney complaint thnt his life was despaired of, was cured with four bottles
of Burdock Blood Bitters. At one time
ho lay a fortnight without du operation
of the bowels,
Hair Dresser and Perfumep,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.,
TJKQS TO NOTIFY THK BRBIPKNTH
D of Now Westminster and vlelntly tlmt
ne lias Importt'il ill rent from London, England) a s-iii-inii-l assortment uf .
PERFUMES,
Luulli's Purls perfumes. 61 00 per hot
K Phiuuil-* do  1 UO per bol.
Hlmmel's London do, ail,- unit    7"» per but
("leaver's do, iiQa anil     7."- per but
Novi'iidi't's do, ;»',<•,:{.'■■'iiii-l     "ill per hot
Maria Farina's   Fan de Cnl-
oj*ni', small size     oil per bot
Iloyl's Kali di-rulu-jni', law.. 1 (H) per bol
Hoyt's Kau di- I'lilo-riii-, small &"■ per bol
Murray .v t<uiimnu's r'Uirltin
Wider.     Tiiporbot
UAI-MAHOY'S CU1UOUH KKHKNCK,
Ttio most lifsllng perfume known,31 r-0.
.| A' K ATKINSON'S WHITE ItOHK
[-J0UFU.M15,
Tlu- only gold modal lilBliost award for
ISugllHli perfumery,$1 uupcrixittb',
ar-ABHHTOPl-fiHKD HMKM.INU
BO'm.KS,
Filled with salts ready for UN0.ee*-. 7.*n> nnd
$1 00 por bottle.
For dally nMillions -,, fow drops poured in
lotliewalerlieforewnsIihlBwIllueutratlm
uny Impurities, refresh the stein uml rest..re i I to lis■ilvsiiii..fi-<-Nlin-ssundMourn.
For tin- nioulli,!! few drops with wnleruet
iimilicxi'i'llenl lienllfrli-e, presi-rvfn-rtlip
iruins ami It'otli, ami liy Itiipaillnna swi-i '
 M-lli-lir.l*. ...lit*  lit   Ih-     I-      - lit %   .
Uiilili-losmul-iT.-..   I! Is nl*-, spl.-udfd fur
removing-pimples from tin- fuee. i-rh-i>,
TfiepPl'butUo.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
lldBO  I'liiiliuili'iv soiip-lhi' most il
ll.-lui,..-i-.rfuiiii-.    More i-npei-liilly ree-ni
iiieixleil i-> lmll.-s mul to ui.illuTs of families fur Ilie toiti-l ofi-liildien.   :teakeslna
box, Oft! iti-i- box, or sen! by mail loiinv
pari of lliltlsli I'ulumblu, pus|ii-*e paliLfor
T.'.i' pi-r box.     trial or Ibis snap will
givo BtUlMfllOt lull.
A yury superior CMyi'tirlnoHuap, tt'enkes
lu ubqx.ft'ki.   Hurlily perfumed.
liovuiliteu's London Bonpsj Beakos In it
bos (Almond, Honey and Windsor),25c
and .'/-I' pei' liux.
Hoyondon's Mltelinm soap, i-ouoin*
nii'iidi-d nol only for lis i-uutlly mid dell-
euto perfume, but also for Its refreshing
and eoollllgpflbut upon lln-skin, tlrukex
in a box fur 50.1. sent by mall, posla-je
paid.T.V.
■pear's 'I'rauHpuroiil Toliel soups, t)5u por
oaltoiseilt by noil!,."ne.
I'.iir'sTi'uu.spai'i'nlShiivlnj.'Slieks, Ina
veryiiie.-l1o\..[V}.i-r Mft.-lt; si-nl by mill],
.--tie.   .Over IN) y >s  isliiblished  us  the
plcillicsl and bi"it pri<puraltuu forsllttvlng,
llofiiui"sTriiiispuii'iii Heaps, a very line
iirtl-'li-, iV|ii<ri*ul(i'iHluivlnestii-l(s,*iV, In
a very nli-i- Ihix.
liuvonditn's Kimdllont Sliavlng soup,
l-!1 ■
i.i ■:■
■i.i;.-.
Wrl-rbl'-; Coul Tur Snap tLondoni, iIm-
only i-uttl liu* soup i-i'ioiuiui'iiiled livtlie
eitliiviiH-dli-iil fiii-nlly. For Hu- nui-s.-ry
mid lln- tolli-t Mil- soap N luvaluulib'. tt
has iffi'lvi'd lln- blirlii'sl coiunieudiilloiis
from tl niln  Ileal pi-ifi-sslim.    J| is
tetl forsliavliufial" |iOFOHKetnrA(h-
ioukPi
'.llls>
a I SI
It It!
cream for
iim'wali'r.
ilijsenl by
HAIR   OILS
ANIi  T"II,UT   PREPARATIONS.
un.i m itosd PoiHiuiij imule in r^nitlnii.
in,j Hum poinnil .le lu I'tirin.
Allililllli r ttll'uleiii i mil™,
Willie II.ue Ilrlllliuilliii..
Mine .Illlco Jill.I lllyeerllle.
Il'.vi'll.l ■ Hull' lloxtril'IIIIVC,Till le.
Ayi'i's ITnlp VI»or, *|.
Illll'lli'll'n I'I nine, -li Klllf.11 shO, 'U'ji'
iiniiiiiiiini. foi' Uio imir,
llllKI'll.ll un.
I'lrst'Olluts iis.eirliiii.nl of Louilim liiilrolls
A J.M...I iisNoi-llivonl orCosiiiolliiiips,
Willie, llluoll nml Uniwil,
Qlycoi'lllo Colli I'n'iim.iH' por Imi.
Viwollno Cmniilior Ico, ■i:- nnr bol,
Cniil Civtim of liases,-J.lt> poelioir
(Insnoll'H Oliorrj. TiMltll Piulo, 80c.
lioiviiilon'sQlinuf lliiso Tiwlli 1'nsie, :r».
IIO\'0llll0lHS 'I'lllllll I'llU'llcK.
Vlulel I'owiler.
Vlolol IVnvill'fUo.XTO,«e nml Mm II.
BRUSHES.
A -i'i. ii.IM ilKimrhllclll ofTniiili Urn.he
imii.I'  in I ..ml..;i III init.-l', i...'.'mill ilV'i'iii'l
A liiriri' ii-uilii" in nl Hnlr Mrlisllnx I,	
.'.IK'1'l-.'ll'lll'll.
Iir, Hi.iill'ai.:i...iiin ttill.' lli.i-li, win |py
mnll, |iii»i|inlii, lortl,
A liim.l iWHiirlmi'lit nl Null llriMliiv, Ec
uml .VI ii'li.
Iliili'eutllliel'iuulismill >lt'i'f.>liiig<'iiiuli>.
:'•.• unil sn.. (.neii.
fllinvlnii MiikIi
u'li.
IBc, I
• mul 7'V
BAZOES.
A lllnt-oliiM nsHortiiieiit uf Itii/iiiv, lm-
portoil illmob from Slioffloltl, 1 wlllsoml
any person a good llarberV Concave Ita-
/or by mail at 81,RO eitelt. I have miltl
the name kind of Ita/.or ntUi.flO, Imt
having liniiot'toil a lar^n stuek direet
from ilie niauufaetuii-i', iuiuMi-h me to
sell elieuii for i'.i-ii, wliereu*, boforo I
impoiti'il from >Saii I'VimuUeo, aiul I
eoulil not .I'll tin-in tor Ion than Sit,40
eiteh. I have a I.o ."■ stoolt of Hh/oih
from ^t toyi eneli,
I'ooliet ICtilvoi from l°iu(o$itoaoli,
FIFES-
A sptemljil ii-isoi im.-ut of Met-r-u-liiinm
Pipes, <) || |) ItrJ-n-wiHxl I'ipes, Amlim',
Ivory ami Nora MuiithpIuetiH,
Diiwllii|Kiititiiiii
CJ1DDUIU
«WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.©
L. UIIUIII1
A ^ui.il iihhiii liui'iil of I 'iillal Stllile m.il
(nil lliittom.
The very liust llutli SiinngcM, siunll
'I'lirltcy .S|niiigiis, unil Imtli Hiinnne Ihis-
kcts.
Kim*' Fnil' Salt., (1.00 i Iiottk
plillS TO INI'ORM TII)'. 11K8ID-
J) ciit« ol New Westminskir nml vicinity that lie ia coiisUnitly receiving fivin
Kuropc aliipnionts of plloicu
Wines,
•Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Wllicll lie will Hlinoly
NI BOND or DUTY PAID,
In (inutilities tn Suit C us 11 num.
Also, iu constant receipt, ilirect from
W. A. Ullhy'd,   1.0111(011.
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
COLXIMBIA   STXllCIin:,
New Westminster,   B, C.
GOVERNMENT  NtVTtOSS.
Qualincntlon nnd Registration
of Voters Act, 187ft.
JjKW WESTMIKSl'BK Cri'Y DlSTIUOT.
NOT1C13 IS HE11E13Y GIVEN, IN
nooorduuoo with clause 9, uub-sec-
tion "f," of the "Qualification and Registration of Voters Aet, 1870," that I
shall hold a Court of llovision for tlio
District of New Westminster City, at
the Court Houso, New Westminstor. on
Monday, the (ith tlay of August, 1888, at
1'2 o'clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New WostminBtcr, May SJflth, 1883.
 iuy30-t(l
Qualification and KokIkI ration
of Voters Act, 1876.
New Wkhtminstbu Uistiuct.
NOTICE IS HEREBY*GIVEN IN
accordance with clauao i), sub-section "f," of the "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act," 1871)," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of Now Westminster, at tho
Court- House, Now Westminstor, on
Monday, the Oth day of August, 1883,
at 12 o clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 20tli, 1SS3.
_ my80-td.    .
Qualification and Registration
of Voters Act, 1876.
DuiuiAiiD Inlkt PoiiiiNCi Division Ei.kc-
'i'ORAi. DisTuurr or Nkw Westmjnstbb.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause 0, sub-section "f," of tho '-Qualification and Registration of Voters' Act, 1870," that J
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
Burmrd Inlot Polling Division District
of New Westminster, at the court house,
Granville, on Mondayi the (ith day of
August, 1883, ut 1'2 o'clock noon.
J. MILLER, Collector.
Burrard Inlet, 4th Juue, 1883.     [ jeO-td
Notice to Builders.
SEALED TENDERS, .PROPERLY
endorsed, will be received by the
Honourable-"the Cliief Commissioner of
Lands nud Works, up to noon of Thlirs-
(lilj. Pitll .fill), for tho completion of
tlio second story of the public school
house tit New Westminster.
Plans nnd specifications enn be seen at
the otlice .of J. C. Hughes,- Government
Agent, New Westminster, from whom
blank forms of tender can be obtained.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. S. GORE, Sttivoyor-Gen1!.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victorin, H, C, 20th, Juno 1883,
   jy4-td
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
•JGth Juno, 1S83.
HIS  HONOR  tho   Lieutenant-Gov
ernor hns been pleased to appoint
tho Honourablo William Smithe, Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, to bo
a Gold Commissioner for tho Province.
je3Q-lm,
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the   next   sitting   of   tlio   County
Court will be hold on Wednesday, July
25th, 1883.
Dated Juno 2i)th, 1883.
E, A. JENNS.
Registrar County Court,
je30-td Now Westminster.
PUOVJSOIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
13th Jane, 1833.
HIS HONOR tho Lietituiinnt-Govorn-
.   or has been pleased to mako tlio
following appointments j—
John Geohok Baiinhton, Esquire,
Barrister-at-law, to bo a Notary Public
in the Province of British Columbia,
JottN JTail Aluho.v, Esipiiro, J, P.,
to issue Free Milters' Certificates and
record Mining Claims on the Kin-ilka-
uiceit Iti ver and its tributaries.
 jo20-lm     ______
Provincial Hkoretaby's Office,
19th June, 1S83.
HIS HONOUR the Liouteiinnt-Gov-
ernor has been pleased to mnko the
following appointment, to date from tho
1st proximo:—
Henry Nicholson, Esquire, of tbo
Shnilkamecn Valley, to bo Assessor and
Collector, under tho "Assessment Act,
1870," and nmonding Actt; Collector of
Revenue Tax, under tho '-Provincial
Revenue Tax Act, 1881;" and Collector
of Rovenuej ull for the Rock Creek Polling Division of the Electoral District of
Yale, rice T. McK. Lanibly, Esq., whose
appointment for that portion of tho Yalo
District has beon cancelled.       fjo27-lm
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male tencher for Prairio school.
Duties to commence nt tlio beginning of
next term.   Apply to
A. INNES, Sec'y,
jy4*tc]
Langley.
New Fish Market I
II
JAMES TAFFAHOALE  .
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
front street,
Enst of tbe Holbrook House, where will
bo found n full supply of Fish of nll
kinds nud of the best quality.
Purchases delivered in nny part of tho
city.   A call is solicited. mli28tc
A RARE CHANCE
-For Dairymen to-
IMPROVE THEIR STOCK,
The undersigned offers for  snlo  his
large and well-bred Bull
"UNCLE   SAM,"
Imported from tho best dairy stock iu
Cafiforuin. M, NICHOLSON,
myID-2m,] Riverside,
Dissolution.
D. B. GRANT,
Queen St., - Port Moody
-DEALER in-
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in tho above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply tho
people nt the Terminus City and else
whore with everything generally found
in a first-class store. All goods sold at
tlie lowest cash prices.
t'tnuiiliig Otililt-i of nil klmlri.
apUte .       D. B. GRANT.
IE RIIE.IT E
jjjj-i.*,; Isancver-fnilini!
-»!"■}&;. Cure for Nerv-
v^_?i ousDebiliiy.Ex-
hnustedVi in lily
pf t chants of Chilliwhack, have this
day dissolved partnership by mutual
consent. J, C, Henderson, takes the
business, collects nll accounts, and pays
all debts of the snid linn of J. O, Hen-
dcison k Co.
Dated June 1st, 1883. joS0-lm
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Information, Employment
Onion fur the uliovo gnoill nullulteil,
uml -fi!'V.-unle<l liy ninil ot OXproM.
—a- o it—
SHAYI]SrG
ilalrCutting, Stiiiiii|KHiing, ut...,
—f.'Al.t. AT—
George lead's
SALOON.
Hot* Cold Batlisat all Hours
Ho lias now three uhalrs rtimilng, md
first-class workmen, Tito I-itost |mtut t
Itarher's ohulrH, Please note the nil
dress, one door below the Colonial Hotel,
Now Waitmlnster. II. C, (ap'J5.
new   soiihmjlh:
-FOR-—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  TIIK--
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IX—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Ovorserrs St2."» 00   per mouth.
Hock foreman- •. .$8 r-0 to $-1 00 |.t day
I'larth Korenii'ii... 2 "id to   3 ."i(l     "
Bridge foramen,, '.\ ',0 to   4 flO    "
Bl'iilgo CftlTHJIltCIf,
int olnsa :i m "
Bridge Cni-poiitoi-s,
Ond clnss  » 00 "
Mm-oiiN '_»:.o to  ;t r,o    "
Stone Cutter*'.... 3 00 to   3 ."0     '-
DlrtokMiilthii   m
class   3 .10 "
Blatike-mitliK,   2nd
olfiM   3 00 "
nincbmlth H«lp.
ori  I Ml hi   l» 1(0    "
Drlllun  2 fill i»   2 t\    »
Ijlbuit'iM  I  ".l to    '1 0(1      "
lluuur", 1st el'iKN 3 .-tO "
Ohuppurn, 1st class X oo t<»   2 .VI    "
Sfort'fH, 1st clltM 2 iiO !'
All mitsiilf liilnu 10 lioui'-t per dny,
All CnrnenteiN t<i funil.-li their own
CliiiMt Tools.
All Employees to llud tlittinsBlvon Bed,
Board nml I/tdglug.
Boarding IIouhik will be convenient
nloii<- the Miu*.   Hoard*—$4 per week.
It will not bt- uOiiinitlsoi-y for tCinploy-
001 tn liit-u'd In the Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on thu
10th of etuili mouth,
A.   ONDERDONK,
t!r:M:;:.ti, M.is.wigii.
tHTirr. in Ti|BUiixTiutrroii».
ClV.U.l.tN    I'li'll'll* ll UI.M.W,
Vnlu, .Minrli I. '.*M
NOTICE.
i N 111 I'll I'MSION IIAVIMIi;il\IC
t\ iilirtutil Hint I lulvil lllstioswl ol my
[il'ii|Hilt,v ill I'iiH. Iluliey. I lintvliy siid'o
tliui hiii'Ii i.. nut the das'.
THOMAS IIANHV,
nii.-IOte I'ort llmiey, H.C.
vioNfY to fi-So."
litin<lM for *;\U\
Wi NOrtMA^ BOLK, Bftiristcr,
iip-JH-Jlm | New Woitmtniter.
Notice lo -Claimants or Und.
CARIBOO PISTBICT.
N0TI0I3 IS HERKBY QIV&Ni that
Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, and 45,
Group 1, Cnrihoo District, havo been
surveyed, and a map of same euu bo seen
at the oliiue of J, Bowrou, Ksij,, Commissioner, Barkerville, and at the Lands
anil Works Office, Victoria, whom forms
of application and declaration cau be obtained.
Claimants to any portion of the above
Sections must prove up tlieir claims to
same within three months front date of
this notice,
WM. SMITHK,
Chief Commissioner of Lunds k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Viotoria, B. C, April 10th, 1883.
(uplSmSfd)
Notice to (illiniums of i-niid.
NEW WESTMINSTKU DISTKICT.
•VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j_l tho undermentioned lands in New
Westminster District havo been surveyed
and a map of same can be seen at the
office of J. C. Hughes, Esq., Commissioner, New Westminster, ami at tho Lands
and Works Office, Victoria, where forms
of proof and declaration-can bo procured.
hot,  Up.    Ni....--.      Pru-mu ltcc Nn.     Dnlo.
4711 1...S MoDum-lil CM Jim 21, 'B9
■174 1...8 Mnluniilil hirllici Aiik3, '71
476 1...J beRoi-l.i- ms XnviJfi, 'OS
The above mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to the above described
Innds, must prove up their claims within
three months from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
,   Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victorin, II. C, 25th April, 1883.
(iuy2iu;*i)
Notice to tlnlmnnfs of land.
KAMLOOJK   DIVISION   OF YALE
DISTKICT.
NOTICE IS HEHE11Y (HVKN, that
the undermentioned lots in Kamloops Division of Yule District, hnve
been Blirvoyed, and it map of snmo enn
lie seen at the office of (i. C. Tunstall,
Esq., Commissioner, Kamloops, and nt
the Lauds and Works Ollice, Victoria,
whore forms of pi-oof and declaration can
be obtained.
Lit. Orji, Xiiiiic.  I'n-.uiiiiiii'iii Ri'e.Sti,,   Iluto.
4in,   1, A.-K.IIow-k-,       l,ii7n,      Utv. .'1.1877
441,    1. Ituiml-nViilk.-r,    l.OJS,       Mnv 4   M
443,   1, A.McOmihiillj       1 -Uil'J.      Oct. 18,1870
443,   1, K.Grimn, 1.U71,     pea,38,1877
The abovo or auy other olntmauts to
the above mentioned lot-i nut-it prove up
their title to Baitio within three months
from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds & Works.
Ijiuds ft Works Department,
Victoria, 11. a, April lOtli, 1883.
 (nplSmSfd)
IL. S.j
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA:
PBOVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
ViirroiUA, by tho Grace of Cod,  of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Irulnnd, Qukk.v, Dofondcr
of tho Faith, ke.,ke„ ke.
To alt to whom these presents shall
come,—GitBK'rimi.
A PROCLAMATION.
P. /E. luviNii,    \ rrxow YE,
Deputy Att'y-Gencral. f JVthatan Act
of tho LoL-islaturo of the Provinco of
British Columbia) passed iu the 45th
year of Her Majesty's reign, chaptered
8, nud intituled "An Act to consolidate
"and iiiut.'iid the Laws relating to Gold
"and other Minerals, except!)!** Coal,"
wus, on tho L'tb day of May, 1883, dis*
ttllowetl by His Excoileney the Governor-
Genoral of Canada iu Council.
The comnniicntion by tlie Honourable
the Secretary of Statu of such disallowance wus dated 17th May, Iss.t.
In testimony whereof, We have caused
these Oiu- Letters to bu made 1'atent,
and tho Great Seal of the said Province
to Iw thereunto affixed: Witness, the
Honourablo CLEMENT Y. CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of Our
said Province of British Columbia, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand eij-ltt hundred and oigbty-threc, and In tlio forty-
sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
■10HN' ROBSON,
jeSO-lfti] Provincial Secretory.
-AND	
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
The Government of   British Coiumbin
has established an
\\mm\mmmmm
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all persons wishing to obtain nu-
thentio information about the country
aro advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets ami Handbooks descriptive
of the country aud its resources will be
supplied free of chnrgo on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in auy part of the
Province, nro invited to nlnco themselves
in communication witli the Agent. Particulars should be furnished ns to the
kind of employment und wages otiered.
The Agent will endeavor, ns far ns possible, to fill applications.
OFi-iOK—Court Houso Building, Market Square, New Westminster, B, C.
*ot:m.. boss,
je20 tc] Immigration Agent.
IL.S.J
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Qiikkn, Defender
of the Faith, ke., ke., ke.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
serve in the Legislative Assembly of
Our said Provinco, nud to alt
whom it may concern,—
Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davie, \ TTTHEREAS,
Attorney-General.  J VV   We    have
thought tit, by and with the advice of Our
Executive Council of Our said Provinco
of British Columbia, to prorogue tho Legislative Assembly of Our said Provinco
until the Twelfth day of July, ono thousand eight hundred and eighty-three.
Now know ye that Wo do, for that
end, publish tins Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby prorogue the Legislative Assembly accordingly, until the
TWELFTH DAY OF JULY, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three;
herehjr convoking, nnd by those presents
enjoining you, nnd each of you, that on
Thursday,-the Twelfth day of July next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Purlinment of thu snid Province, at Our
City of Victorin, nnd therein do ns mny
seem necessary.   Herein fnil not.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   Wc   have
caused theso Our Letters to  bo mndo
Patent, nnd the (treat Soul of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed:    Witness,   tho   Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor of
Our said Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoriu, iu Our snid Province, this Twelfth dny of May, in the
year of Our Lord ouo thousand eight
hundred nnd eighty-three, and iu the
forty-sixth year of Our Koign.
By Command,
JOHN ROBSON,
my28-td] Provincial Soorotary.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEltEBY GIVEN THAT
tho Moodyvillo Saw Mill Company
(limited) intend to make application to
the Chief Commissioner ot Lauds nud
Works for permission to purchase 200
acres (more or loss) of laud iu Now Westminster District, described ns follows:
Commencing at tho southeast corner of
tho Indian Reserve, north of steep dill's
situate on Shoal Channel, nt thu entrance
of Howo Sound; theuce west eighty
chains; thence south thirty chains;
thonco east to the shoru lino of Howo
Sound; thence in a northeasterly direction, following tho ineandoriugs of shore
line to point of commencement, containing two hundred acres, more or less,
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.,
(Limited.)
Per B. Si'iusoEK, Manager.
New Westminster, B.C., Mny 2(1,1883.
n-y.*)0-2m
MUJIIOIPALITTof SURREY
NOTICE.
THE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE
Municipality of Surrey .having
been returned nnd revised, the taxes
are now -duo und payable to me at my
office, und nll taxes not paid on or before
The First Hay Of October, will be delinquent, and interest at the rate of one
per cent, per nionth will be added thereto aud collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Collector. .
jo28-td] Clover Valley, Surrey.
NOTJCE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AR-
sence from the City, Ml'. A. J,
Tolmie will' manage the business of the
Holbrook House; and I hereby give notice that I will bo responsible for no
debts contracted without his written
order.
J. W. HENNESSY.
Now West., Jnn. 2, 1
jy»
UOTIOE-
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sence from tho provinco, Mr. Chas.
E. Woods will hold my power of nttor-
ney, nnd will act us Manager of the business of James Ellard & Co. Mr. Woods
is authorized to receive moneys and sign
cheques nud receipts in tho name of the
said firm. JAMES W. HARVEY.
New Westminster, B.C.. Mny 22,18S3.
iny2.btu.
N O IN C E.
Au, ifawasi auk hereby
cautioned against cutting or removing timber of any ltimi from oil' Innds
helil by tlie Hastings Sawmill Company,
ns parties doing ao M'ithout permission
will be prosecuted.
KICHD. H.  ALEXANDER.
Burrard Inlet, B.*C,
12th Dee., 1882.
ilclii
NOTICE.
-VTOTICE IS HE11EBY GIVEN THAT
jA the undersigned intends making application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands nml Works for permission to purchase 200 ncres (moro or less) of land in
Now Westminster District, described us
follows: All thnt portion of an Island
lying in tho Nortii Skwamish River
emptying into Howe Sound. Snid portion of said Island being nil that portion
of snid Island situate south of the
Skwnmish Indian Reserve.
JAMES VAN BRAMER.
my30-2m
ITOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for per
mission to purchase 200 acres of land on
Bowen Island, Howo Sound, New Westminster District, described ns follows;
Commencing ut a point 80 chains, moro
or less, west of the northwest corner of
W. Eaton's pre-emption claim on Bowen
Island; thence south fiO chains; thence
west 40 chains; thenee. north SO chains;
theuco east 40 chains, to point of commencement. JAMES DEANS.
Now Westminster, B.C., June 27,1883.
 jc.i0-2m.	
Lund Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. 22, Block XXIII, City of New
Westminster.
A CERTIFICATE OF 1NDEFEAS-
ible title to tlio above mentioned lot
will he issued to   Elizabeth  Kathleen
Black on the First Uny of October,
next, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto bo'made to the under
signet], In writing, by some 'person
claiming un estate or interest in snid lot,
or uny pnrt thereof.
If. BW. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General
Land Registry Otlice,
28th Juno, 1883. [jtiUO-td
3ST017IOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase '200 ucrcs of lund
sittiuto on a small bay on the northwest
■nd of Texndu Island, near Murshul
Point,' District of Now Westminster, described ns follows:
Commencing at u stake set on shore uf
small bay; thonco enst 40 chnins; thenee
south IiO chnins; thence west 40 chnins;
thonco north to shore line of Texndu
Island; thence in a northou-tvi'ly direction along shore line to point of commencement. EDWARD TRIM.
By hit attorney, Haiiky Trim.
New Westminster, June 22, 1883.     [2m
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED HY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
11HE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
. been Jxied by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs littlo or no de
sciiptlon, but for strangers tho following
is printed:—It"does the washing for a
fumily in two hours; no boiling allowed;
littlo or no rubbing on the board; blue
not needed; does no hnrm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bur
does two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for faco and hands, shaving,
etc Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true,
The undersigned being the first to Introduce It, respectfully asks the ladies to
Eatronlzo him. Orders kindly received
y Ellard k Co., nt tho Occident Hotol,
nnd orders received and Soap supplied
nt Mr. C. G. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
. Doing well known as agent for nll
newspapers, innguzines, and books sofil
hy agents only, f need no Introduction.
'I o thoso out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mhSl New w»it„ B, C.
ft'ilsol'youlhful
follies, nnd excesses in maturer years,
UK. MINTIE will agree to forfeit
Fire llundrod Dollars for a case ot
this kind the Vltnl Restorative (under
his special advice and treatment) will not
euro, or for anyttiirg impure or injurious
found h: It. HU. MINTIK treats nll Dis.
eases - mccessfully without mercury.
Consul liltlOll free. Thorough examination nnd advice, $5*00. Pi ice of Tlttll
RestorutlvCi $3-00 a bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10*00; sent to nny
address upon receipt of pric?, orU O.D.,
secure from observation, nnd In private
name if desired, by A. K. MINTIK,
M. II.
Those who cannot visit Bit, MINTIK
in San FrnuciECo should m-ih! a full nml
minute BtiHf-mcnt of their troubles with
$25-00, nnd in return n full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
pneked. sens not to exalte curiosity.
All or iters lor minliciut- C, O. D, must
bo nccntnpnnied with $1,00 (ns n guar*
unlet- of good fnith), which will be deducted when the pneknge is shipped,
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRBB.-Sout .on
application hy letter stating symptom*,
sex and ngr. Communications strictly
confidential. jny31-ly
11 Kearney strci-l, flun l-'rauclHco, t'al.
100 (icarv Street,
SniiFrnm-liwOtCftl
DR. LIEBIG,
COXTINUKS TO TREAT mc-
CGBBfully by ][.-i.ii-o--i,tliY
—: (-very form or Bpeclnt or Clironln
UJ Dlsotuo Without Mercury or Niui-
Ul souim llnipi. DR. MKIIUI'S
flC INVJOOHATOlt Is -MHMltln- nntl
ain'riti-mi'iit   euro   fur   Semi-nil
,    lVurtkiicss, Nervous nud PlivMlcnt
IT Debility,  l.ust   MiiuIumhI,  Vltnl
(If ExtislUBtion, nml nil tlio terrlMt*
1 (jj re-mlls ■■f.ilj-iseil liitltire, ej-cciw.
_.__• en null   v-mtl-rul fullles,    Tlm
E"" Doctor will nnroo in wrltii-t- tn
torle.lt SI,OOO for nniKOtliat
. lio iiii-1-n-lliken iiml liiil-i tn niii'.
1 'I'ho roHSou  tliuutmiiilr- uan not
aj-ut curotl nf SeiniiinnVciiktii'gH
/nntl tliu nbovo iliseiiBOM Ih owiiij*
f tu n cimi-'ltratEoii cnllt-il t'nwtn-
totrlion, wlilcli ri'iiuti-i'n n Hiieclnl
romeily.   Dlt.   MKIIICTS   IN-
Q ViaoiLATOIt, No. 2. l-mB-io-
q dllc   Cure   for   l-rotituliirrlieii,
3* l'rlro of ••iilier  luvi-roriitor. iii
O PUr bottlo. or 0 bottles $10. Sent
■j" to nny ntlilrofw iccurely envorwl
^ friimob-iiTViillou. KeinlnulWcnk-
S iiohbiuIiI 1'roNtntorrken ilnitn vl-
<( tullly frum tlio boilynnd cnimo
2iiiimert)ii-i itieieiirius Unit tii-fHr-
or-llniiry inodlcnl troutiiiout,' If
itlloweil lo millIijiiu,lliu tlliniltu-
nil .luiiii nlli-elM tlio vltnl orRinin,
w1iii'lie!iiinusili'Bln-yli,K.llnerwi\-,
<.'iiii.->iirii-itliiii, Dinbeti's, llrlj-lit'-i Dirnnmo, Jimti-
lltco,IuIMlitv,Oto. KXCCHOI, Nut*.use, AbiiKU.In-
berlteil WenKiiciu, Mntuutrltloii, Sjilliul nml Celu-
bml Cuiiiiil.iint-i brlnu on tlin nbovo fatal rlineiu-N,
Detiillly nml (■eiiiliuiMVi'iildienri iilmtruct lliolm-
liurtiiul nml m-cennnry iieln of lifo uml tlieir onjoy.
montli Cun'H (liiniiiiili-o. Dhfiiii-H of tlio Oeui-
tu-Uiiiiiuy Oifjiuis, Kidney, Liver imd lllndderii
fiju'ciiilty. Tlm imuiy coiiiplufiiti nml tltieaneaol
wium-ii H-i-Tilil,v I'limli i-uiiriiill ut ton ut oflico or liy
letter, tree urn' eoiitlilt'iillnl, Iteniiouiillilu *mrtli"s
euu iiiTimj*!- pii.YimnitK in llio miri(- muiiner nn they
would uiuiiluy Ibeir fumily jiliyi-k-liiii. BtrlctCHt-
secrecy iiinintiiliied.
ONE   UOTTI-G   VREE.
Itej'ulnr Slue lluttlo of cither Invlgornlor Bout
Free tu hIio'v the wonderful ).roi)crt[c-i of tlio
Ureute-it Invipinilur Known tu Mmli-rii aiieiillntn.
Stnto r-yuMiluini, npi!, it iimrrieil, ke.
Cnllui-nddnis DU. l.lMllll! k CO., No, JOO
Henry gliwl, mrner Mn-iuii, Sun Kriuielceo, Cnl,
i'rlvuleeutriince, -Iti.'i Mumm 81 rent.
(Juaufii:*) AM> Ki-si'iiNsuiLi.— Dlt. MKIIIQ k
CO. Orpmi/ed in comiiliiinco with Cullforiilii luw,
lil|i1umu procured by regulftr colloj-o eiluc-illoii.
IT yenrs npiiiiil pi-ni'tkv, mid duly lleeiiHed In ar-
curilnnee with Culiloriilu Mcdli-nl Uw, daS
EARS
Foo
FOR THE
MILLION!
Oboo's
Shark's
Balsam
Oil
of
Positively lloatoi'ca tho Hearing, and
is tlio Only Absolute Curo for
Deafness Known.
Thii Oil \n flbltrnotoil from iieciilliirNni-eleHot
Minll Whlti- Nluirk, cnii|-lit iu the Velluw
Si-ll, knOWII UN  CAllrmilulmX UoNIiKlKTll.     Kv.TV
Chin.-M- llHliei'iunii Itnowri II. It-, virtue iim n
restomtlve uf lieurln-* wiih ilb-ruvi-rod liy n Bilild-
lii.il I'rieut uduiit lhe yenr 1 111). ItB curi'* wero bo
niiineroiiB nml mimy mu HeemtiiKly intra-
(-iiI-mik. tlint tlm remedy wun uillrtully pro.
ebilmed over lhe enllru Kliiplro. Hit line f-ociimn
no iiuivnsiil (tint Tui- over 300 yean no
Di'iifiioHH linn cxUtoil anoitg theOIil-
lieiie ■■(■■-pie. Sent, clinivbl pre|>niil, tn nnv
ihl.lri-N-.iit fl.iHij.i'i huiili-.
Henr What iho Dear Sny.
It Iiun iii'iforiiiud ii nitrucle In my runt.
1 havo no uiionrtlily idIbcn lu my liend nud henr
nimli liuttur,
1 lmvo lieeii iirently lii-mililled.
My ihiudienM lielped il tirent dent—think uiiutlier
liultliiv-ill euro mo.	
''lln viitucH mo u*,qui:-trin.\.iLM; nml Un dviu*
TIVi; i-llnnrii.li .Mi.-Hll.rn;, ah hik WRITKIl I'.tX PBIl.
H0M.1M.V TLSTIF1', tlllTII FIUDI lIXl'imiKMl: AMI Oil-
hfiivatiun. Write nt mice to 1I.iyi.ocr A Jenni;t,
7 Doy Street, New Yiirli, DIlDtwIllgtl.OO. nmlyuii
will receive by return u remedy tlml will i-mihlo
you to henr liim miybody elue, uml wIioki. emu live
i'IIWIb will be --prmiiiienl. Vim will never rejirel
duliiir-iu."—KniTimor UlRtMNTiLlUlVIIff.
UiT'ta moiil toiM lu   llio Miiils,  plenBO Bend
money by ItC|(l8t«l-etl Letter.
Only littiHirlf-l by
II.1VI.OCU Si. JBNNBY,
7 Doy St., N. Y.
Soli; Afrciil*- for Ami'i-lcr-. iiulyt
DR. SPINNEY & GO.'S
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
DR. Ml'INNEY, woll kiiuwuiiKllio fu-ui.
iter or tliu MontreiiUfU. K.) Moilieiil lualj.
tnto, uml Inn- fropr'otor ol Ihe SI'INNKYYILI.K
INyJltMAUY, would imiBt rwa|ieetfiilly inform
tliu pntlciit*, mid tliu nilHi-ted peni-Hi'lly, tlmt ho
Htlll cuiitliiuen tu tirnt eliruiiicmid tu i-viniN din.
eiiKim with niiiNitnlleli'd hiiccimr,
LADIES AND aENTLEMEN,
liemi'iuber thut priicriiMtiiiiitlun is tlio tlilef of
timo nu
OOME AND BE HEALED.
It limit em not wlmt yuur troublon mny be, conn
nnd lot-tho Doctor oMimltio yonr num. It will
oost you nothing for eoiiBiiltntlnn, mu plotmu cull
ntid oatllty yourielvefl whether lliu Iluotor iimter-
hIiiiiiIh yniircu-te. If lm cnu cure ymi lm will tell
you mi) If not. lie will tell yuu tlmt, fur he will
not timlertiiko n cum: hiiIunh he In eonlldent of of.
foctlii-tuoure.
I'nriluK ut ii iliHimii'ii wlrdiln-*, ti-entnieiit, liy
Hemtln-i f2'i and n minute doacrl'illon nf Iheir
trouble* will rouarVs In return n full cuiirte ol
trontiuent necuruly iiiirlicd hotih not loexcllo cu*
doftlty.
DR. Sl'INNKV will -imiriiiitee lo lorfolt Fl»
Ilniidrud Dollnra tor overv cmo uf uny kind ur
rliiiniL-tc-r which lm iimlertiikea nnd (hiin to cum.
P. S.—I'm- iliBimm-H of ulim-t lUndln**, » full
ouurBo or mcillilni'B, Hiifllclont tor it euro, wllh
nll liir-lructli'iiB, will bo Bout to uny addrenon
receipt of $10,
Cnll or Atldreii
Dr. ■FIHMBT * CO.,
t U.ly      Na, 11 K*HD>Mt„lurunOt«H,Oll>

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