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Array THE lIMN WUMBIAN
Every Wednesday * Bsturdsj,
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D. ROBSON A. CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STKEET. Enumi TO Em-
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quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
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-     »«Wd»J MorMl.r, Dlnrch », UM.
illMrlsiMin 'illr    ■' I  ■  ■
Beottlsli flenerosltj.
One of the most striking incidents
in commercial history ia the fiiilnre
of the Git-iol .Olasgo* Bank and
the manner in which ita affairs were
wpnatUiHSi,, TI#4«Sk.iVWa catnb.
lished in 1839, and seems to have
secured the undoubted confidence of
the people of Scotland. It did a
very, extensive business,.and had a
heavy account with depositors. In
1878 the bank failed unexpectedly,
bringing bankruptcy and ruin to
hundreds of people. Upon investigation it waB found that there had
been much crookedness among the
directors. They had falsified the
balance sheets and books in the
hope, apparently, that the institution might continue the enjoyment
of public patronage. The investigation seems to have been thorough,
and justice was not embarrassed with
that false sentiment whieh too often
steps between her and her victim.
Two of the directors wore condemned to 18 months imprisonment, und
five others to 8 months. It so happened that the charter of this bank
did not limit the liability of shareholders, which was fortunate for the
creditors of the bank, but very much
the rovaraa for those who held stock.
By process of law the whole of tlie
bank's liabilities were recoverable
from these unfortunate people, and
that process wns employed mercilessly by the enraged creditors. The
result was that many of the holders
of stock wore completely ruined.
Some of them were wealthy, but the
majority were poor or in moderate
ciroumstances, dopending to a large
extent upon the dividends on their
Btock for the means of existence. It
was estimated that the losses of the
bank amounted to about $33,000,-
000, and there were over 1800 shareholders. Thedisastera whioh overtook
thoso who could not afford to meet
the demands of creditors produced a
profound feeling of sympathy in
Scotland, and even beyond. That
sympathy found practical expression
in a relief fund which was inaugurated in Glasgow, and the enormous
sum of nearly $2,000,000 was subscribed und paid to relieve stock
holders whoso fortunes had beeu
blasted by the bank failure. Of this
sum about $810,000 was raised in
the oity of Glasgow, and nearly all
the rest in different parts of Scotland. The contribution from all
England did not reach much above
$60,000. The generosity of Scotchmen in this matter is as praiseworthy as it is remarkable. According to the Edinburgh Scotsman of a
late date the affairs of the unfortunate bank are now about wound up,
and the relief fund will soon have
been distributed as fur as it will go.
There aro few events which have
produced such widespread disastor,
or furnished such a noble example of
generosity as the Ctty of Glasgow
Bank failure. *
Chinese on Strike.
San Francisco, March 3.— Nearly
thirty of tho leading cigar manufactories Of the city, 'representing a capital
of several millions of dollars, tliis
morning closed thoir doors upon over
8,000 of their Chinese laborers. This
course was adopted in pursuance of an
agreement entered into between them
as members of the Pacifio Coast Oigar
Manufacturer's Association. The association ia held together by fines and
penalties so binding that infringement
of their rules would bo ruinous tq the
signers. This organisation was due to
the fact that tho Chineso cigar makers
have formed a trade union, and by a
series of strikes in different factories
and by openly disrespectful conduct to
their superiors, have mad* life intolerable to thoir omployers. One prominent dealer says the association has
telegraphed east for 2,600 wliite cigar
makers and that the executivo committee will recommend placing in the
factories of buys and girls,- so thoy may
be taught the business of 'cigar making.
All white hands have been retained.
It is learned since morning tho Chinese
packers had struck, on learning their
countrymen had been looked out, In
Chinatown the scene was rathor exciting among tho locked out oigar makers,
but no information could be obtained
as tt> the course thoy intended to pur-
sue.      ^^^^^^^^^^
The Nashville man who was fined
|800 for kissing a school teacher need
not complain. It was a good deal
cheaper than marrying her.—Pliiiiidsl-
phiaCali	
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, whon a 25 cent bottle of Hoi-
Way's Cera Cun will remove thom t
Columbian.
VOLUME 26
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,|SATrJKDAY. MARCH 8, 1884.
Debate on the Frtm-elilse.
London, Fob. 2.1. —In propoBiiig the
bill for tlw extension of tite franchise
in tho Houso of Commons,, Gladstone
niid that to introduce separate franchise bills for England, Ireland and
Scotland,'.Ttfith the. prospect Of carrying the English and Scottish bills and
leaving the Irish bill to take its cliun-
;<ieflj■ would bo altogether mlprjjpfcicablo.
The arguments in favor of a ipe-form
bill wero unanswerable, and.nothing
could induce him to iilmndou. sucli a
bill; A redistribution of parliwoeiitury
constituencies must follow a reform of
the franchise. If the two questions
were embodied in the samo bill it
would provo fatal to both. Hpentreated his supporters not' to endanger the
success of tho bill by proposing:nddU
tjsm- &bmA^ut40yt$h*my extending the franchise and placing the
votes of boroughs and counties upon
an equal footing, would increaso the
voting power of the United Kingdom
about 2,000,000. Of this number
England would furnish 1,300,000, Iro-
land 400,000, and Scotland 200,000.
This result was entirely worth attending to. If the House took a broad
viow of tho matter enfranchisement
must bo considered desirable, as the
people were trustworthy, aud as voters
under the constitution were the
strength of a constitution. If these
measures should become law, then
their constituents, would form a compact mass, who would rally to tho support of a constitution which would be
stronger than ever.
Sir John Hay objected to the bill
because it excluded redistribution, and
without this an extended franchise
would givo tho Nationalists !>0 seats in
Parliament and place a stupendous
powor iu their hands.
Lord Randolph Churchill opposed
tho bill. Ho said the agricultural laborers hnd no knowledge of political
questions nor concern iu them.
At this point an adjourn ment was
voted in spite of the protest of Gladstone.
Tho Parnellites and Scotch members
appear generally pleased with the bill.
The English Liberals are disposed to
object to nu extension of the franchise
unless coupled with redistribution, on
the ground that it will stroiigtlicft Ireland and -Scotland at tho expense of
England.
Tlie liter's Lust Parting.
When a leper is reported to the polico of any district, says a correspondent of a Philadelphia paper, au ollicer
is sent to bring liim or her to Honolulu, where there is a detention hospital on tho outskirts of the city and on
tlio :bank of the beautiful buy. The
patient is examined by the doctor, who
decides whether it is a caso of leprosy
or not.
Onco declared a leper, the person is
civilly dead, and is incapable of.siting
in the courts or being sued. At'Uio
hospital thero nro accommodations for
about 120. It is filled every two
months. In this placo the leper must
give up all hope. Hefore his admission hero ho had, at least, the expectation of dying among friends-—friends
so loyal that thoy liido their afflicted
relatives in the mountains and bring
them poi and water in calabashes.
But now comes the harsh discipline
of a govornmont institution. No
wandering in the cool Algoroba forest, or
bathing in tho loved surf, but simply
a period ot suffering and waiting for
death by a necessary, if cruel, law, and
from whose horrible provisions there
is no escape.
The hospital full, a steamer comes to
tako to the Island of Molokai thoso
whoso condition is most advanced,
thore to remain until death. It was
with such a party that I travolcd finally
to Molokai. It has beeu iny lot to
witness many sad scenes, but none of
them approached jn any way the separation of families as the handful of
lepers sailed away to their exile.
Daughters reached out thoir arms to
.mothers whom they might not embrace; wives held up their mouths for
kisses which their husbands could not
give; babes, hold iu tho arms of strangers, laughed and cooed to their mothers', tu .whoso now breaking hearts they
might not be held in one last, loving
clasp.   '
And sobs — such sobs, alas! that
camo front the depths of hearts wrung
with tho misery of a hopeless condition. Presently tho lines wero cast
off, and tho littlo atenmor turned away
hor head and steamed out slowly toward the bar.
I wont into the little cabin set apart
for the captain and cjosed the door,
determined to hear uo more mid see
no more of such grief. Thu little port
was open, whon suddenly it was darkened, and, looking up, 1 saw the dark
and beautiful face of a woman whose
young husband was rm his way to Molokai. She swam out to intercept the
steamer, and being—afl, indeed, are all
hor race—as much at homo in water as
on laud, sho had no difficulty iu accomplishing her purpose.
"Ah," sho said, "you're not a doe-
tor nor constable. Toll my husband
to lopk ovor the sido to mu, and God
will bless you."
I went on deck. Wu woro steaming
slowly, waiting for tlie Govern ment
Inspect or to oomploto his task before
taking his own boat for shine. The
lepers had become quiet, or comparatively bo, except for pain.
.A fow women were rocking and
moaning, a young half white girl had
flung horself on ttio deck iu wild abandonment of grief, nud behind the
smoke-stack I found the husband
kneeling in prayer. His face, serrated
by tho leprous sores, was held toward
the sun, the tears wero streaming down
his cheeks and disease-cut features,
softening thom by their agony of supplication.
"William," I .-aid, "your wifo is
alongside. Go quickly to the place I
shall point out to you, and you will
Bee her."
The man sprang up, aud for! a moment was perfectly Mimtiful, such a
joy camo into his faco. Then ho turned
and ran to tho placo I indicated. Half
an hour later I saw him alono. Wo
wero then under a full head of steam,
passing Diamond Head.
"Where is sho?" I asked. Ho point*
ed astern, and thero, not an eighth of
a mile away, wo saw her swimming toward somo fishing--boats, hur soft black
hair Moating out behind her, and her
arm every now and then waving to us
a good-by,
MARK •. WADE, M. Dy
. ■ PHYSICIAN..* BURGEON.
ies toaiinounce to the people of Bur*
ray, Langley, ,4c, that hu htm taken up
Ills residence on Southeast yK of Section
•24, Township '2,about}4 mile north of the
terpentine Hlver, ott Coast Morldlan road.
l\ O. address, Glover Valley.        fold-to.
ARGK.IWACLEOD, B. A.M.D.G.M.
Late of the Now York Polyclinic.
Graduate of McGfll University, Montreal.
PHYSICIAN & SURQEON.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE - Opposite
City Hotel, New Westminster.
ftUl-tC
JOHN GARROW, M. 0.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
/AFFICE AND R.KSIDBROB, max.
 in, aijA-f-
I ,'■•:!.••'oi s.iuu.o|. :ii" All rill, tnmti-
11  Dour to Hiinntsltie Haloon,
VILLI',**. I,   Office Hours-,    '
ItpSiond*," -   ■" —
ly attended
H.M. COOPER, B.A., M.DM
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE and RESIDENCE--Church Bt.
{next door to Farmers' Homo), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, EO,
OFFICE ROITItfl-R to 10 a.m.; 1 to 8 and
oo to 8 p. in. Calls in town and country promptly attended to.    i      te'itc
C.N.TREW,M>D.
m. c. __te. o.
Surgeon 11.  C. Penitentiary; Surgeon Now Westminster Jail;
Coroner for the District.
OFFICF—loraer of <lnrka.ll, * HcKea-
zle Streets. Besldenee. Mnry Street. sei5
R. I. BENTLEY, Nl. B.,
M- c- !L_&8 °*
Surgeon to ltoyal Cohtmbiau Hospital.
Medical Ollicer to the Asylum for
the Insane.
OFFH'K-Axiu'n St.) noxt Mr. O. G. Major's
residence, New Wustroinster.
'   (sol5t«l
1}   W. ARIHSTHONO,
UARItlSTER, SOLICITOR,
h-otaby   1-Tj^i.io,   mra.
inosite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C.
GOEBOULD & HcGOLL,
Barristers, Solicitors, 4c
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
JOSEPH   GOLDSTONE,
Auctioneer & Valuatorl
CITY AUCTION ROOM,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
l'lll'tios having Knrti Uure, or anything to
(llaposo ot, would do well to communicate
with tint above. JaMto
G. D. RAND,
REAL   ESTATE   BROKER,
NOTARY  PUBLIC,
Conveyancer and Insurance Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION Given to tlio transaction of real estate
business in New Went in luster Oity and
Ulsti'li't anil tlm Town nf Port Moody,
Money to loan on first-class security.' Bent
oi reteroncca given, JoStfi
W. H. FALDING,
ACCOUNTANT,
Land. .A-g-exit,
COLLECTOR AND
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER,
0 L'TICE; --Next tn the Custom H-oule.
 __   decl-to        	
JAMES   MORRISON^
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   8TREET,
(O.-l-. Cnl-ll-.i.] Hl.l#U
NI-.W   WKSTMl-NBTEK.
rar Several good Furmi for Sale and to
Lease, nolo
W. D.FERRIS,
LAND,-HOUSE.  -,
—AUD—
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Respectfully licit (o inform Ihe public of
New Westminster and District that
tliuy have cninmonced business iin
Luiid Surveyors ^Draughtsmen
Heal Male Brokers A Agent*
Conveyancers, Accountants, ftc.
And are now prepared to receive Instructions In their several branches,
All hiislncss planed In their bands will
reeolve prompt attention.
They havo for sain Town and Suburban
Lot* In New Went minster.
Town IiOt« at I'ort Moody, Port Ham*
mend and Loin nit (own sites nl
Hi'stin-fK, Uniiivlllo mid
KiikIMi Hay
Alsofurmttm lands on thn Lower Fraser.
OflluO-FltONT STREET,
Opposite l. P. n, CMWM*r*i Wharf.
f«Wo.
Ateit for (be TRAVEI-LHRB' L1FK
and ACCIDENT INSURANCE C0.t
HtrM-ord, Conn.
■'■ OFPJGK;— .CtAemUm Stroot.,   New
Woatminiter. del)
COME AND SEE
ood Times lm Cons jp, Soys!
JpHE PROPRIETOR. JAMES TUBN-
si HULL, having again tnkon iiosHcfslon
. li" TI.MPEU.IATK HOUSE flouting on
!o)uinl-,;i nml Cliuicli HI recti), opposite
JJJIScoiial Church! Oity of Now Wostmln**
Iter, li. I'., mid now known us tlie
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will i.--(-oiiiiii(id-L|[- nil his old friends and
-tlii* niii'lii- L'i-jii-i-iilly who favor liim with
ilciilt.il! (.M |)i-l«-es.   Hoard pBrday. 81.00:
Board iK-i- ,- it, e-i.00;   Single Meals, 2ii
eeiits; lli-ds,:'.-, rents, ltd"tJond accommodation for Ladles and Families,    aufflto
O.C.
CEO. TURNER
rTURMER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
coMiiiBiA niuirr,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
ed and unimproved Lunds at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH  ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT PORT MOODY FOR SALE.
und avitvKfiira  i iiu:hii,i a\i>
FUOMI I' V ATTKHDEU TO.
'HUnUI' -ICIHW SHI HIT).
AGENTS FOR TIIE
i-hf Mix riro lliaurnuce Cu. of Brooklyn.
tlio EqultuM. 1.1ft Asaarauco Horlvly
of tbo United Stales, ami
Cladding, MeBeandt'o'a. Tllrlllrd stone
Hewer and fhlmnor l-lpes, Garden
Vases, de.
,     WOODS k TURNER.
New Westminster, B. C,
April 2,1883. np4
Every Man to Ills own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OK>. W-HtlAL «MW.),-	
NKW" WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
rkiilelim' Prescription*, anil Finn-
llf Beclpes a Speelnlt}-.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty Years'experience.    mrS.**
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WUARF STREET ■ VlOTOMA.
A.amras ies
North British and Slercantlle
Insurance Co, for Mainland,
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Finslinry Circus,
London, E. C.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER & CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND HE.
PAIRS PROMPTLY EXKCfTK I).
Rillmatci Por nil lied.   Nnw* Slinrfj-
cd and gel.
SHOl'-Mrrclmnl fti|iinn>, Columbia SI.,
New Went minuter, In vnir of Tlios. Ovon't
III nek rtinl Hi Hhop. tolOto
GILLEY, MOONEY & CO.,
STEAM
PILE DBIVEES
WHARF-BUILDERS, &G,
Hoisting or nll kinds, nnd Lighter.
lug done on short notice.
ADI>RE88-Kew Westminster, 1). ('.
(ailMto)
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST FASHIONABLE I\ THK CITV.
Ojinositii tlie Bank, Columlun streot,
Now Westmiiiator, B. C.      [tii)"2ti-tc,
BOOTS and SHOES
ruoM
HEATHORN'S
Boot ft Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VIOTORIA   PRICES,
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under the new Oddfellow Halt, Col
*'  it., Ntw Westminstor.
NUMBER 19
CEOSS'
•MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,    ';
Victoria,   -   -   British ' Columbia.
STtlSWAV. i PIAVOK
KIUKMAV PUK08
f'UH-|ii:HI«i PIANOS
haim:ii PIANOS
IT. I1KI.I,  - COMPANY'S OKCANS
 (Jn26lcl
FURNITURE I
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLBA-
j_ sure in announcing that he Ib now
proparecl to mipply all kinds of Furniture, kc, at tho lowest possible prices.
Cnbiiiet work ami Upholstering dono
promptly ami in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In nil its hi-ftiu'lit's, The undersigned
1ms the only HEARSE in tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old t-iuml, next Occident Hotol.
J. 0. BUNTE, .
Jjitc Manngor Sohl's Branch Furniture
Store,' au8to
j. bagTall,
IMPORTER & MANUFACTUnER OF
AND ALL  KIND3 OP
MUSICAL IKSTEDIENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
ho happy to receive and execute .order*
for till kinds of Musical Instruments,
Pitiiioa uml Organs tuned or regulated,
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. II. Kcary, N. \V„ will ink
coivo ptnmptuUcntion. jy28tc
^LR. CLARKE,
I AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTOUIA, ■ BRITISH COLUMBIA.
xt" Liberal ndvancos made on Consign*
monts.
To facilitate thu salo of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Viotorio, Esqui*
tricts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock iu trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, enn find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the abovo. OIllco of the British Columbia Wiro Works, All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Otlice ur Harbor Hunter and Port Warden. foW
In culling the
Aiiii—Lafc
Of litis city and siiiTOundiugB.Iwish
to stato that I have
Ttist deceived
A large and
ll Sii
Of Uillos' ami Children ■
BOOT ■ SND SHOES
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
1  v i-.li to Impress it f-ucil-ly on their
minds that
i'o Store in this City
Can show A Larger or
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
Aud that no store
SRiM AS CHEAP
r-umtry orders carefully and promptly
filled,
IBS. EMMA GOLD.
CuliiinliiaMt.. opp. Kwon's Cannery,
noS-tc.
C.P.N. CO., Limited
i^totioe.
I-.   AI'OVK COMPANY   having
nindi- urrngoinaiits with the
t'llan Pnclftc Rnllvay of British Coiumbin,
nilllfliortrttion nf I-'ielithtaml rusHeii-
fmm Maple Itlilice (o all pnlnts In
lor ns fur um tin- roiut hns boon cow*
-1, Iho I'lilitl*' ii iv lu-roliy mnilleil (hut
iilniiK will lieu'lii-early tn March,of
h ilue iinlli'i-will lie Riven, nml timo
I'UtilfNlU-*].
.ISO. HIVING, Manager.
UIUQGR, Agcnl, Now Vest.      (s«W
f   _sfS.00tiy.-
i:'f-'M:_ ;y<?
i-ort^an6,or.'
_ £■. '"ii Ski.  A
iii ii
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
—jkvx.so —
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, &c., &c, &c.
- DEALERS IN -
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,  b.  c.
ordered promptly.
Newspapers  and   Jtlngaxlnea  supplied from'oil parts of tho world.
JiiMlel     A. 6. JOHNSTON, Mminger.
NABOB
WhiskcV
Is acknowledged hy eminent siirgeoiiH to
be the purest and IIiil-sI known, nud In-
vfiluniilt- to Invullils.
SIMMON!)!-*- KENTUCKY NABOB
BOURBON WHISKY hus beon well
known for ninny yenre, being unt-urpnsHcd
for Its excellent qunlity und delicate tlu-
vor. Evorybody who hns tried It sny It Is
the best In the world.
FnmilK'N supplied Ity the gollon, ense or
bottlo.
40- Sold by A. B. QUAY A CO., Wholesale Depot, Victorin, nnd by nil lending
liquor ggglgrs. ocMto
VANCOUVER
BREWERY
VICTORIA.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations arc unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has he-
come tbe most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities fur bathing and
boating ara excellent. Private Sitting
-and Dining Roftms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. Tht: Bails entirely dctatched from the main
building.
S3" The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jySStc Proprietor.
THE UNDERSIGNED
begs to inform the Hotel-
Keepers and others of New Westminster and vicinity that he has
been appointed agent for the delivery of the celebrated 3?&1@
.A_le and Vertex of the
Vancouver Brewery, which was
awarded two first prizes and a
recommendation at the late Provincial Fair.
All orders will be promptly
attended to. Families supplied
by the !;eg, imperial measure
W.D.IT.RRIS.
New Westminster, 2" Nor., 188.1.      (to
Dominion Saw Mill Co.,
(IIU1TKD.)
RICHARD STREET. HEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Manufacturers and Dealers  in  all
kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
-CVTIWBB-Et,
Shingles,
Lath,
Pickets,
&C>, &C.
Orders   from   the   country
promptly   filled.
ESTIMATES
of quantity nnd cost of  material  for
fully   ]
charge,
bulldinjj   carefully   prujmred
free of charge.
FlrM*rlflM  urnlnoiluvil   Flooring  h
specially.
J. B. HENDERSON,
■uMfc] Maxmid,
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in ie Oity.
THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THK UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public tlmt lie
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will bo found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parloi-R and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin-.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
woll supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THB   JEBA-EC
Is supplied witli the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquoks, Cigars, kc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD      INLET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and torn mod I ous.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of tlmt
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
WITH    OF   ROOMS   FOB    H'lllllS.
W Visitors nnd Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will he found to
be atriotly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNIOr,
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearl* Opposite the Colonial Hold,
new Westminster,
THE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment nf nil .leseripttons of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, nml supplied to Families, Restaurants, nnd Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE MUCKS.
|or Suit or f o pint.
FOR RENT:
A   PHOTOGRAPHIC    GALLERY,
well Kltuiili-a iiiul very coil)ploto, on
po'ijinbiagtreet. Apply to
. . HENRY V.EDMONDS.
Jk-M-c miid Agent.
FOR   SALE.
196
AOBES OP LAND ON LULU IR-
Inud, fronting on North Arm. Busy
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
' . Land Agent.
FOR SALE;
GilEKS; IV It II PARK ninl HOTEL,
Store iiilil Orclmrrt. Tbo prdsdut pro-
pn-.'t.ir Is ■•oln-f IdUi luihiiiL'si- in Victorin.
'I onus Cash.   Vm price, etc., apply to
WM. PERKINS,
JiwOto PoKlnuiKti-r, Wnlsqiii.
Fai'm to Rent.
rpilIS I-'aIIM IH SITUATE IN i:iX)VER
J. Viilli'.y,ninl tt Down us lln-Clover Vul-
lny I'unn; aliotit fill ucich i-jcure-l ami
fenced, nml in n %ow\ sluti- of ciiltlviitlon;
with (Iwr-illiig-lmiiM-. in i m ji nd cattle-
slicds. For flU'Mier piiillctiliiw apply on
tin- promises to
WILLIAM SHANNON, Prop.
Clover Vill ley, Miircii ;j, im. l$-Ini
for_]saleT
THE LIOHTF^T-KOWfi^, PAST
cst-aniling, and' best built Boat on
Fiuscr Hiycr; ucwly painted; thoroughly
equipped with mast, boom, and Bail; 2
{■air ash oara; rowlocks, rudder, cross*
mud nml tiller, chain, kc.  Price $100.
ftulotc C. a. MAJOR.
To Lease.
A FIRST-CLASS FARM OF -250
acres. of rich prairie land; good
dwelling house, barn, otc. Sixty acres
nnder cultivation. Rent moderate. For
particulars apply to
W, D. FERRIS, Land Agent,
deel :tc. New Westminster,
FOR SALE.
ONE LOGGING CAR, BLAGK-
iiiaii'fi patent, eight wheels, double
flange; woodwork, bolts, etc., all com*
pleto, rcaily (or work. Will be sold
cheap for cash, or on time with security.
Apply to J. MANNION,
doS-tc Granville, Burrard Inlet.
T^LEASE"
AFlRST-1-LAbS FARM OF 160
acres of ricli pnilrio hind; good dwell-
ing Imusc .'iiis.-jii ft'ct; barn Ac; iti acres un*
di;r i-iiltivutioii; Ih well supplied with
fiiiniiii-ilnijik'ini-ntHwlileh would go with
Mu- pln<ic. atriu nbout id head of cuttle.
A m-vet-Iailliig supply of good «prfngwn-
ler.   Forpiii-ticuliii'H applj- lo
JOHN McKEE, Jr.
fetff-Iin Ladncr'H Landing.
Improved Farm to Lease,
CU'ARTHll I-JBOTIQN 13, TOWNSHIP fl,
jj in IK'ltii Munieipalily, ICti acres, The
farm is prnlrlo, nil dyked and cleared, 100
uen-. n-iiily fur tin* plough. A good frame
lKHisc::iN.,!tilin- IiikI been erected, and a
1mm BOsiiU, witli thrashing machinery
driven by water power. About 20 acres
under ilmoihy. Alao n young orchuitt.
Parllciilari-nn nppllentlon to.
T. W. KERR,
mtifi-tc New Westminster.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
rpHK SHOP AND PRKMISK8 ON
I Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation l's excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into two shops, nnd has n good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
apSlto W. J. FRENCH.
FOR^SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
O Landing;, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runmngthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc - Ladner's Landing,B.C.
For Sale or to Lease.
fllHE POLtOWING DESCRIBED Faiths
X ecntrnlly slliialed In the thriving
tnwnslil]. of Chill Iwhnck: Lot ;BB, Group
11, ci-ii tain ing 177 aer-'.s,abnnt 110 under cul-
tlvatlon, the balnVice prairie; good bIx*
imiiiihhI dwelling liouse; good orchard nnd
nnilnilldiiiKs; convenient to churches.
sclnml nnd postoliice; one mile and a half
frotnClillllwluiek Lauding,
Also Lot Wt, Group II, UO acres adjoining above property; a prairie farm under
fence.
Also nlioitl r-0 acres close lo the Chilli-
wlinek Landing) about BO acres under cultivation; small house ami outbuildings;
small oi-clnird.
l-'onmrlicttlars npnly at Ibis itflleeor to
GEO. It. ASHWELL,
OeSWc phltlrVhaok Landing.
SECOND-HAND
Eiiie,&c.,forSal8!
CYLINDER 8xi5, SUITABLE
\J for direct action Saw-mill: with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed cear, donkey
piimp, and shell boiler. Tile whole is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1883.   [de22lc
BARNES & COLLINS,
HAVING KNTKUKDINTOPART-
nershlp, lire prepared to do all kind*
Of
CARTING & TEAMING
On sliorl notice, nnd nt fair rates. Ordorn
may li-Ien nl thet*. I". N. Co.'s offlcp. or nl
T. I!. Pearson & Co'k. foOlc
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B'
00K BINDKR,  PAPER RULRR,
1 and Rlniik Hook Manufacturer.
■ Mapa anil Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of MagazincB, illustrated Papera,
etc., neatly and cheaply Round.
(tOTt-riinu-nt Bfrccti Victoria. B. V.
New Fish Market!
NOTICE.
VT0TI0EI8 HKRKBVttlVKN THAT I
il intend making application to the
Chief t'oiiinilnslonerof l.aiul-. nml Works
fnr permlKslon tn purchase mo ncres of
unsiirveyed Inhil situate In OsoyOQH division of Vale DlNtrlet, ami described iih foi*
lows: Commenclni,' m " 1»o.*-t marked 1
on the eiisl bunk of the Ulinnaijiin river,
where It iNsuesfi-otn Hwnn Lake; Iheiiee
casl -in chains to post murked 11; tlli'Uee
south m ehulns in post marked III; thimec
wcid -HI cliuhiNlo post marked IV; thence
north -It) chnins to point ol cplninnlieu* ,
mcilt. IM'IUI AUMSTllONfi.
I'eiltlcton.Okunii-nin Mission,Jnntlliry
4th, IHU. tm-itn.    |
II
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUS* ->Pr:\EI) A NEW PISH
Market oil
FRONT  STREET,
Knat of thu ilolhrook House, whero will
foe found a full suiiply of Fish of all
kinds nud of tlio bent qunlity,
Purchase)- delivered in any port of the
oity.   A oall is solicited. mhfiBto NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
For Sale Thia Offico
Choral Union  Jno. S. Clute
Blank Books T. R. Pearson & Co
Special Sale J* Goldstoiie
Port Moody H. V. Edmonds
Mineral Act Jno. Robson
Appointment Prov. Sec
Special Methodist Church
Hiie _\ritisli Columbian.
-ialorilay Horning. March K. ISM.
Roads, Roads, Roads.
From all parts of this district the
people aro asking for roads, Not
only are there costly trunk reads to
be constructed, but local reads. Hnd
roads lending to the various new
settlements which nre springing up
(.'very where. We have before stated
that the appropriations for roads
and bridges in this district nio very
liberal, but they will undoubtedly
fall vety fur short of the reasonable
requirements of the settlements.
Tho very liberality of these grants
bus ted people to indulge in expectations winch cannot possibly be realized. If the govern men t were to
attempt to construct all the useful
roads in one year they would require
more than the entire provincial revenue. It is the opinion of some
l*ople tlmt the government should
open out new rands in unsettled
townships so that land hunters
might gain access to places which
still remain without an inhabitant.
They argue, und with some sliuw of
reason, tlmt this would promote
settlement where it is now practically impossible. Very true; but
how are these roads to be opened
up? tt is obviously the first duty
of the government to furnish roads
to those who have already become
settlers and made substantial improvements on tbeir holdings. Tliese
are the people who are paying
largely into the public treasury,
and whose claims cannot be put
aside. So soon as tbe circumstances
of the country and the revenue will
permit, we have no doubt the gov
eminent will bo glad to make roads
in ull directions, opening up regions
wliere settlers mny locate with reasonable prospects of success. But
tbis cannot possibly be accomplished
in n year. It must be remembered
that nenrly ull the crown hinds in
this district belong to the Dominion
government, and the province does
not receive any of tbe proceeds of
the sale of tbpse lands. The Dominion government should open up
its own lauds nnd bring them into
the market. With its limited revenue and the very large claims made
Upon it tbo province cannot be expected lo mnke roads through Dominion lands.
opment of the country's immense
resources, and they need not seriously concern themselves about a
through foreign trade the profits of
which must he ex tretpely doubtful.
Tbe Panama Caual.
It is estimated that the Panama
caiitil will be completed in 1888.
There uu- now several thousand men
employed on the work, and they
have been supplied with nll tho
latest and best machinery and appliances. The different working
parties are distributed over the
wholo length of the canal. There
ure several enormous dredges or
steam shovels at work, capable of
taking out each dny 5,000 cubic
yards of earth. Persons who have
lately visited the scene of these
operations report that a very large
amount of work lias already been
done, nnd the company seems to experience no lack nf funds. It is
f-stimated that the canal will cost
over $ 100,000,000, and there is
every reason to believe that this
large sum will be available when
required. The completion of the
Panama canal must necessarily exercise a grent influence upon tho
commerce of tins continent. Vessels which are now forced to sail
round Cape Horn will then take the
short cut through the isthmus. The
water route between the Pacific
shores and Europe will be greatly
shortened. This will undoubtedly
affect the transcontinental railway
traffic. It is expected that tbe
Canadian Pacific Railway will bo
completed to this coast about the
year 1886, only two years before
the completion of the Panama caiml,
and it may be that the trade from
beyond the Pacific ocean which was
looked forward to with so much
promise will be disappointing. Railways cannot compete successfully
with ships when the routes are at
all equal in distance. The C. P. R.
may find itself forced to depend
mainly upon a purely Canadian
traffic. In order to make this traffic
profitable it must be greatly developed, and development cannot take
place without increased population
and industries. The true policy of
tbe railway would bo to devote its
energies to these. A local trade
olwuy» pays better than through
trade, especially when through trade
il being eagerly sought for hy muny
competing i-oules. Let the railway
(►cople fill up British Columbia nnd
the North-West Territories with
immigrants and put within their
reach  every facility for the devel-
ForfeltliiK the Lands.
A strong effort is being made by
some members of tho United States
house of representatives to secure the
cancellation of certain land grants
made to tho Northern Pacific Railway, The portion of lands which
the railway company is asked to
givo up lies between the Missouri
River and tho Wallula Junction.
The ground upon which forfeiture
is claimed is that the company has
not complied with the conditions of
the grant, It was stipulated that
the road should bo completed within
a certain period; but the original
company failed, and tbe time limit
lapsed long ngo. The road is now
completed through these lands, and
a certain amount of public sympathy
goes with the company because, it is
asserted, the work has been pushed
forward with as much Sjieed as wns
possible tinder the circumstances.
To this the reply comes thut these
grants of public land were mado expressly to enable the company to
furnish facilities for its occupation
and development. Without settlers
the land would remain worthless,
and without u railway settlement
was out of tho question. Bnt it is
asserted that the chief object of the
company seemed to be not so much
the development of the land ns the
manipulation of it so as to secure
the largest possible dividends for
themselves. Somo time ago a similar movement was threatened. The
company then declared their intention to open tbe lands to settlement at a reasonable figure, and
the declaration was advertised extensively throughout the country.
On the strength pf this announcement a large number of people took
up lands within the railway belt.
But it was soon discovered that
the railway company would not
stand by tlio promises they had
made when tlieir heritage wus in
danger of forfeiture. They demanded nn increased price for the
land, and insisted upon certain
conditions which wen: very obnoxious to the settlers. By these
means they seriously interfered
with the settlement of the country,
hoping, apparently, to hold the bulk
of their lands until they hud greatly
increased in value. This policy is
severely condemned by the leading
American journals win demand
that the interests of the country
must not be allowed to suffer for
the enrichment of a corporation
which has been so liberally subsidized by the federal government.
If the bill alienating tliese lands
passes the house, the Northern
Pacific Railway will suffer serious
financial embarrassment. To a
great extent it has looked upon
these lands as the source of its
future income, and its financial
standing at the present moment is
sufficiently precarious lo cause tho
stockholders to view with tho utmost alarm the movement which is
now threatening them. In their
anxiety to carry out national enterprises such as these, governments
often neglect tho safeguards which
experience would have suggested.
It is by no means certain tliat the
exceedingly liberal terms given to
the Canadian Pacific Railway by
our own government will not bo
found injurious to tho country.
Corporations arc proverbially soulless, and are uot apt to consider
public interests where they conflict
with their own selfish schemes.
There is very little probability
that the 0. P. R. eyndicute will
forfeit the land grant through failing to finish the road within the
time specified; bnt many are of
opinion that some day there will
bo a serious conflict between tlie
people and the gigantic monopoly
which claims absolute possession
of so large a portion of our richest
territory.
FOR SALE.
SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
i wool ami straw mattresses. Apply at
nl-8-li- THItt OFFICE.
Port Moody.
.ion SAIH-VI'IIE SOUTHEAST FIFTY
 ', Groin. Olio.    Apply lo
EDMONDS, Lund Alt,
17
I1 acres of Lot :m, Group oiu'
nihS-t.	
Choral Union.
A MEETING OK THE GENTLEMEN
members of the Choral Union will bo
Im-IiI in tlio otlice of tbe undersigned on
MniMlii) Next. lOtbillHt., at 8i80p. in. A
full uttcndmico Is desired,
inhs-it JNO. ti, CLUTE, President
TheFamilyWelcome
THIS IS ONE OP THE LARGEST AND
best story papers published in America. It Js full of Mory anil Homance, Wit
anil Humor, Aiierritttc and Adventure.
in fad, thoro will not be a single Uno of
dull ri-iullnt; In it. Published the 1st und
16th of evory n;ontl(. Terms, 81 pur annum in advance. Agonls wanted everywhere. Samples free. Address, "The
Tuihllv Welcome,"Iiondon,Ont, [nili8*lm
A LARGE CONSIGNMENT
JUST ICE11!
.........HY..
Piano Tuning.
PKOP. A. I* FRANCIS WILL ARRIVE
In this city on the 4th of March, and
remain a few days. Persons wishing pianos or orgnns tuned or repaired mny
leave orders ni the book stores.    [fc23-ld
NOTICE.
British Columbia l'cnltenllary.
Tlf-lltlinKO—A Tr.de   Instructor
XV lor 11. c. l'eiilL'Htlary, ns Tnllor; must
fie n good nutter nnd litter.  Apply to tlie
Warden.     By Order,
JnSOto A. H.jIcBRIDE, Warden,
DRESS-MAKING!
MADAME TAYLOR and MELLE.
HARRIS beg to inform tho Liullcs
of New Westminster that they hnve oiicn-
edu DreiimaklnsKBtablUhment In
the premises adjoining Mr. Elson'sTailor
Shop,Columbia street, and will execute
work in the Latest Styles and at moderate
prices.   Fancy Work taught,        JaflOml
wis
SIMQ&
i SsJJS*,lsS<"
'Mi
3
T. R. PEARSON & GO
Rov. J. McLaurin, Canadian Baptist
Missionary to India, writes: During our
stay in Canada, wo have used Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil with very great satis-
faction. Wo are now returning to India,
and would like very much to take some
with us, for our own use and to give to
the diseased heathen.
Phovincial Sboretaiiy's Office,
29th Felmaiy, 1884.
TTNDKR THE PROVISIONS OF SEC-
U tion 10 of the "Mineral Act, 1884,"
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor In
Council has been pleased to ordor that
•Section 0 of the said Act shall not have
effect in tliose portions of the Province
knowp tu tho Electoral Districts of Cassiar, Kootenay and Cariboo.- IJy command. JOHN R011HON,
mtiH-lin Provinoial Secretary.
Provincial SKcnETARY'n Offiok,
29th February, 1884.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT*
Governor haa been pleaseif to make
tho following appointments :—
Henry J. Hastz, Esq., ,1. P., to be a
Coroner for the Lytton Polling Division
of the Electoral Distriot of Yale.
Donam Smith, Esq., to lie a Justice
of the Peace for the Electoral District of
Nanaimo. mhtj-lt
To Whom It May Concern,
Special Sale
Of the following goods, to bo sold by
public auction, al Ewen's wharf on ,
Saturday, Marcli 15th, 1884
At 11 o'clock n. in.: . .
Ten Ilium II mums
Ten Barrels Hugtir,
((uantlly of Groceries,
Stoves nnd Stove Fnrnllurt*.
Lot ontoix-,
Quantity of Rlorks.
Humility of Spikes.
In mil nre and other I'oods.
TEEMS,     CASH.
J. GOLD8TONE,
1111183 j\UCTI0NEEli- lld
TEILTIDEKS.
TBNDBHS WILL HE RECEIVED
bythe'undersigned up to 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday, 12th March nest, for
certain repairs to bo mnde on the NORTH
ItUAJJ, between Clarke's trail and I'ort
Moody. Specifications enn be seen at my
office and iit the Port Moody Hotel after
Tuesday next. The lowest or nny tender
not necessarily accepted. '■■
f027-t(t HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Building Ground
On <-ilamt-la and Front Slreels, X.W.
ABOUT 25 FEET ON EACH STREET,
or through from Btreet to street, can bo
tensed, for building purposes:. next tbe
Holbroqh House* una Webb's gunsmith
shop.   Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
nih'i-te Land Agent,
Dissolution of Partnership.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll tlie partnership heretofore pxlkUita
i-n Loftus It. Mclnnes and Thomas
II. Mathers, physicians and surgeons of
this oity, bus been dissolved Oils day by
mutual consent. All persons Indebted to
the snid partnersliip will pleusc settle
with W. D. Fr-i-rK Ksi-,.wHlii,iit delay.
LOFTl's It. McINNES, M. 1>.
mhMu]       THOS. H. MATHERS, M. I).
EXTENSIVE
AUCTION SALE
Furniture & Effects
The nudomigued has been commissioned
to sell at public auction at tbe
HASTINGS HOTEL,
Hastings, Durrani Inlet, on
Tuesday, Marcn lltli, 1884,
For the benefit of the creditors of O. Parent, tho lute occupant, all tin; well-kept
furniture und uft'cctsoftlicsald hotel, consisting of walnut bed-room suite (complete); hair, spring and other inn t tresses ;
parlor suite; walnut centre tabic, with
marble top; hair-cloth and cane-bottom
chairs: lot of lace curtains; lot of fine pic
lures; brussels, tapestry and otlicrcarpets;
chamber Bets; mirrors; hedstcadsimd bed*
ding; feather mattress; number of small
tables; cooking nnd other stoves; pots,
puns and dishes; crockery, glassware,
knives, forks, spoons; lot of harness;
sleigh; 4 bales of fiuy; stable and garden
tools; a quantity of groceries; :t0 cords lire
wood; lol of tools; Bagatelle table; together with a large number of other articles.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a, in,
Terms Cash. The goods may be inspected at any time. .1. UOLUHTONE.
mhl-td Auctioneer.
A Liberal Offer!
sekiik wo
l <.itOHi\<.:
T1REE! FREE! "THE FARM AND
J? GARDEN,1.'if reliable monthly paper
devoted to the agricultural Interest.
Any person orderingSii worth of SEEDS
from my Catalogue will receive the Farm
and Garden for one yenr FREE.
Scud vour address on a postal card for
mv list ot the latest Improved varieties of
Choice Seeds, Reliable ami True. Sent
freo to oil wlioapply.
In writing, please mention this papor.
Rotter than politics-Good Seeds bring
cheap food and plenty of it, nnd you can't
afford to do without them. "But for goodness sake don'l say I told you."
THOS. TUGWELL.
Seed Grower, Sooke, B. C.
N. 3.-860(1 Store at your door. Seeds
sent anywhere by mall. Send money by
P.O. Order or Registered Lotter at my risk,
ft-tt-Sm T, T.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
'■Orrvillc, Ohio, Sept. 10,1882.
" Having been subject to a bronchial affection, with frequent
colds, for a number of years, I hereby certify that Aran's CttKitav Pectoral gives
me prompt relief, atal is tlie most effective
remedy I have over tried.
Jamijs A. Hamilton,
Editor of The Cresetnti"
" Ml. Qtleail, Ohio, June 26,1882.
COUGHS!     " * ---"■-■ USC(a AVKR'S I-I1EIUIY
Pectoral this spring for a severe cough and lung trouble with good
effect, and I am pleased to recommend It
to any one similarly affected.
HARVEY IUfOIIMAV,
Proprietor Globo Hotel,'1
. ..    .     . PREFAREb BY
DrJ-CAyerACo.. Lowell, Mill.
Sold by all Druggist*.
New Goods
New Goods
BPBNOK'S BKinQB
SEED STORE,
NUitSKhV A OBBBNHODSB.
-18 8 4=-
frc-tli I electable und Flower fteeili-H
Packages Froo by mail for Ifl.00.
Iloase rinnls and Qnnlen Floners.
raiiimge, ('anil flower, Celery. KiK.Pep-
pcr, Tomato nnd Toltaero Plant* ready
about tho 21th of Marcli.
liooHcberrr. {English), 1 Varieties, t.100
per dozen.
Hardy Apple Trees. %l% cents cacti.
IQ.aoo poands 4-harb Ualvnnlted Iron
Wire retiring, to arrive by tho end of
Mareh. Price,about li cento per pound
at Spenco's Bridge.
Harden aad Farm Implrmeata.
Brantford Clipper Plows, Mollne Plows,
Garden Hand Plows, Mowers, Horse Rakes
Spades nn'd Slioveii, Spading and Hay
Forks, Garden and Hay Rakes, Hoes and
Soufflo Hoes, Oarden Trowels, Garden
Pumps. Scythes, Nnaltbs and Cradles,
Brush Hooks,Grubbing Hoes St Mattocks.
Circular and price list sent free by mall,
uili-VSiii JMN MIBBA1.
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new fc-jods
consisting in part of
XDZRTT   GOOES,
Clothing.
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Machinery.
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Drill A Broadciut Healer,
Hayloadcn,   (liuthnui   Wagons,
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COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
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Next Holbrook's Stone Building,
COLUMBIA----STREET,
NEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMPOMKK ANI) MULES, IN
Dry Hoods, ciothlnx,
HMD nnd Milliner*-,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry.
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stoek large and well selected. All
Ooods litst-closs, and will be sold at
very low price, for cash.
n.h-4 M. ECKSTEIN.
Port Moody!
FOR SALE I
Fronting on the best portion of the bar*
hor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.
"Val-o.a"tele Land
On tbe harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing purposes.    Special
advantages given.
By tbe acre, in favorable positions, close
to tho terminus.
Town lota and land in the City and Bis*
trlct of New Westminster.
Intendlngr Investors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., Now Westminstor, B. C.
no7]    .     P. O. Box 89. to.
1 MIDI
TTAVINO ADDED A FIRST OLASS
RULING MACHINE
To the establishment, and having now in
operation
4 PRINTING PRESSES,
With ample Steam Power, we are prepared to undertake Ruling and Printing
of every description. Special forms for
any purpose Ruled and Printed and
Bouud to order. Work will be found
equal to that of any establishment in tht
province, and prices average lower than
elsewhere. Orders by mail will receive
prompt attention.
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ONCE   MORE
TO THE FRONT!
WILLIAM RAE
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
thank tho citizens oft New Westminster for the cood services they rendered at tho late Tire, whereby a considerable portion of bis stock was saved.
He wishes also to thank tbo Imperial
Fire Insurance Co., of London, for the
prompt manner in which his claim for
loss was settled.
WILLIAM RAE
Has now recommenced business in
LradM New Building I
Next tho Holbrook Stono Building, Columbia Street,
Wliere will bo found a very complete
stook of
Dry Goods!
 INCLUDING	
Millinery,
Dress Materials,
Flannels,
Blankets,
Cottons,
Sheetings,
Tickings,
Gents' Furnishings,
Hosiery,
Haberdashery, &<•,.
GROCERIES!
 INCLUDINO	
Sugars, Teas,
Flour, Syrup,
Canned Goods,
Ol Evory Description,
Star Sugar-cured Hams,
Bacon, &c.
QLASSWAREI
TABLE SETS,
TUMBLERS,
GLASSES, Ao.
EARTH ENWAR El
A largo and oomploto assortment.
 -ALSO	
BRUSHES, BROOMS, STONE JARS,
AND WOODENWARK.
Most ol the Stock is new, ond lirst.
class, and prices will bo found very
moderate
WM. RAE,
Lundbom'. Block, Columbia St,
(jiSMo)
ROYAL OITY
W! IU CC.
Manufacturers and dealers in all
kinds of
Laths, Shakes,
SkWl AND sniT SHINflLES.
Ficx-aws,
SALMON   BOXES,
Net Floats, Can Trays, and all kinds
of wood furnishings forcannerien.
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
MOULDINGS,
Frames,   Brackets,
And seasoned finishing lumber con
stantly on hand.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds ol W0OD-P1NI8HING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  OASES  A  SPECIALTY.
STAIR - BUILDING
Railings,  Balusters, Newel Posts,
Both plain and fancy, at reason*
able rates,
Importers of all kinds of
FlateiWMofErlass
Oilers from the country will receive
prompt and careful attention,
RICHARD STREET,
NEW W.ESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Tin Company
Take this opportunity of
thankng their numerous patrons lor past favors, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same in the future. Having on hand a
large stock of both Rough
and Dressed Lumber of various kinds and grades, they
are prepared to give Bm>
rains for Cash for
the balance of the year.
Their Mill at Nanaimo is
now in operation, under the
superintendence of Mr. A.
Haslaill* and will keep
a full supply of Doors, Windows, ETC., ETC.
They have also to announce that they have opened a branch of their
business at Port
Moody* ^ wiH keep a
full supply of Lumber, Sawn
and Split Shingles, Windows,
Doors, Mouldings, and all the
necessary furnishings for
buildings at the Terminus.
Parties who intend building
there can count on obtaining
all the requisites for that purpose on tht ground.
All orders will receive
prompt attention.
JOHN HENDRY,
"eUniQia
F. F. NELSON,
HAS   J08T   OPENED   A   NKW
Store at
PORT    MOODY,
Where will be found a full stock of
Dry fioods, Groceries; and General Merchandise,
Which will be .old at New Westminster
Prices.
ST Next Door to Caledonia Hotel,
read-to
LOOK OUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
WILLIAM McLEI,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
jaie-to
A CHANCE
At First Cost.
All tho remaining Atock of
Ladies' Winter Jackets
And Ulaters AT COST.
To look At tlio goods and enquire tlie price
)b nil I ask.
«.w.   C. G. MAJOR.
B. C. A. A.
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CIGARS
[Signed] A. PBBLE, Sec.
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&
-IMPORTERS-
&
MERCHANTS,
FBOKT ST., . NSW WKITMIXSIBB
OFFER FOR SALE
Ixtra, Superfine and Graham
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BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS,
mt nr -Wk.mr9
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT HEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT,  COFFEE'
AND SPICES.
Agent, for Paoifio Coast Steamship Co,
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PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Painting" and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND.
JOHNSTON « SMITH,
tio2«tc] Propbictoks.
Iron
■HOB  *  00.  ABB NOW PRB.
paroi! to supply tlio very best Ale
....... tbe Westminstor Hrewery. Orders
left wllh Hr. Chas. HoDonouali, Front Ht.,
shall have prompt attention.        jnolo . I
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montli. These rates to bo charged on
standing advertisements wliloli remain
over 8 months. If for a less period the
rates will bo: 1 col.. 115 per month: y% eel,,
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Births, Marriages and Deaths, » each.
Funeral notices accompanying denth notice, 50 cts. extra.     ;    ,       . _n_i.\Jm
ter AU transient advertisements will be
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which makes 12 lines to tbe inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines roust be
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement lnsertet for less than 11.00.   ,
the §ritish Columbian.
Hatnrdar Heralai, March 8, IBM.
Per str. Gipsy, (rom Tacoma, Mar. •->.—
0 MeDonough, C G Ma|or, Dr Cooper, 1> S
Curtis A Co, D MePhmTden, Q Lelser, Jas
Wise, Jas Cunnlnghum, L Willie, Postlll
Bros, Trapp Bros,
Per str Princess Louise, froil Victorin,
Mar. 7.—Mrs Briggs, Mrs Laidlaw, Miss
Barker, Miss Domis, Messrs Mitchell,
Purcell, Cain, Colllstcr, Blms, Martin,
Larkin, Campbell, Duby, J Laidlaw, T A
Laidlaw, Weir, Kemp, McDonald, Monk,
 ■ - "-■ "lark, Wing Kee, Austin,
Oarrick,  wnllnco and
Chlsholm
Findley,
others.
il, Clark
The publio debt of "Russia la believed
to be about $2,000,000,000.
The Viotoria Times appears with a
double supplement this month.
Remember the auction sale at the
Halting! Hotel, Hastings, next Tuesday.
' The new machinery in the Dominion
Sawmill Co.'s factory has been set in
motion.
The str. Princess Louise arrived
from Viotoria yesterday afternoon at
3ol«Jio()k.      -j
Members of the Choral Union should
read the notice of special meeting in
. another'column.
- The Smith family occupies fifteen
closely printed pages of the London
directory this year.
The weather has continued clear and
cold since Tuesday. There is no ice
at all in tho river.
Quite a number of new buildings
are going up on the site of the late
fire oo Columbia street.
Tho experiment of cultivating potatoes—an unknown industry in Italy-
is to be tried in Sardinia.
Attention is directed to the advertisement of the Family Welcome which
appears in another column.
Mr. Vienna has a fine seal in his
fish shop on Front st. It was caught
in a salmon net the other day.
Tho new city clerk took possession
of his office on Tuesday, and next day
started out on a collecting tour.
The schr. Anna Beck came over
from Nanaimo on Wednesday morning
with a load of coal for Mr. Wise.
We understand that the Messrs.
Burr Bros, are making arrangements
to erect a sawmill at Port Moody.
Mr. J. Goldstone, auctioneer, advertises a special sale to take place at
Ewen's wharf next Saturday. See adv,
Tho tug Lottie went round to
Port Moody yesterday with two scows
loaded with lumber from tha Dominion
Sawmill.
The new tug for the Royal Oity
Planing Mills Co. will be launched nt
the first high tide—about the end of
next week.
Twenty saoks of mail matter for this
oity came up on the Louise yesterday.
It is expected she wilj bring about 40
next Tuesday. \
About 60 tons of freight for this
oity is lying at Tacoma. The semimonthly trips of the steamer aro very
unsatisfactory.
The time for receiving tenders for
improvements to the Port Moody road
north of Clarke trail, expires at noon
next Wednesday.
An excursion party of Canadians
was to leave Toronto via the Northern
Pacifio railway on tho 4th inst., for
British Columbia.
The fish markets are now well sup-
Slied with salmon.   One boat took 45
sh on Wednesday night.   The tish
art of excellent quality,
The late cold snap seems to hava interfered with police court business,
There has been only one ease since
Wednesday, and that wu a drunk.
Mr. S. Tingley came down from
Yale on Thursday with 10 horses from
the B. 0. Express, They go to Victoria to-day for the transfer stables.,
The county court opened in this oity
Wednesday morning and closed last
night. There were only two important,
eases, and in both of these judgment
waa reserved.
It seems to be the general opinion
that the richness of the Cceur d Alene
mines has been greatly exaggerated.
Very little is really known about the
country, however.
The regular editor of the Guardian
roust ailrely have* been absent from his
■anotara daring the preparation of last
Issue. It did not have one word to
■ayabout "Honest John."
The Brunette bridge on thi Pitt
river road has bain put in proper position and the middle pier repaired. It
U now in better shape than ever, but
would be improved by replanking,
Arabi Pasha, who is now in exile in
Ceylon, receives an allowance of £60 a
month from the English Government.
Madam* Arabi is not with her husband, u the prefers to live in Egypt,
Camilla Flammarion, the well-known
French astronomer and meteorologist,
joins hii authority to the theory which
•xplaini the red sunsets by tbe great
volcanic eruptions in and around Java.
The Colonist says it is understood
that Mr. O. 0. Mackenzie, M. A.,
auporintendent of education for this
province, will retire at the end of this
month. It ia not yet known who will
ba hii successor.
Mr. Sypolt is already at work on the
cantilever iron bridge across the Fra-
aer near Lytton. Mr. McMullen ia
expected from San Franoisco shortly,
And work on the Savona bridge will be
commenced in a few weeks.
Mr. J. A. Laidlaw and Mra. Laidlaw arrived by the str. Princess Louiso
yesterday from Ontario, We are glad
to learn that Mr. Laidlaw has decided
to rebuild his cannery at Sapperton.
He expects to have it ready by the
ipring of nut year.
Seuor Oaitelar, the new Spanish
Premier, ii said to havo some of the
characteristics of Gambetta, without,
however, the latter's genius. Nevertheless, n Spanish admirer points to
him as the most remarkable man Spain
has produced in two hundred years.
  «P —a,..,.—
* Mother Oraves' Worm Exterminator
U pleasaqt to take; sure and effectual in
{destroying warms,
Mr. D". J. Bobsori, :of the"Nortli
Arm, arrived on the. str. Gipsy from
Tacoma lost Wednesday morning, having spent several months visiting his
friends in Ontario. He visited the
great ice palace at Montreal and reports it magnificent beyond description.    -
There are a numbor of rumors circulating on the street with respect to
Port Moody. It is stated that the ad*
miralty station for the North Paoifio
will be located there. We have not
been able to trace these rumors to any
reliable source beyond what appears
in another column.
fi
Methodist Church.—Rev. E. Robson, pastor, will preach to-morrow at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
and Bible Olass at 2:30 p. ra. Scats
free; strangers cordially invited. Service at Port Moody 2:30 p. m.
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PohtHanbyWhibf.--Mr. D. Dook-
steader informs us that the wharf at
Port Haney, projected last year, will
be undertaken within a week or two
and completed with all possible speed.
Messrs. Gilley, Meoney & Co. have
the contract. It will be a continuation
of the present wharf, and the two together will, be about 120 feet in length,
 1_^ •— -*
Bluk Ribbon.—At the regular meeting last Wedneaday night the following programme was given: Two choruses by-the ohoir; rooitntiuwt by Mr.
Fred. Howay and Miss Julia Neil;
readings by Miss White, Miss Mildred
Major, and Mrs.' Bunte; song by Mr.
H. L. DeBeck; address by Rev. E,
Robson. There was a fair attendance,
and 10 names were added to tho roll.
The membership is reported at 425.
.   —,—•  >"'	
From Tacoma.—Tho str. Gipsey
arrived from Tacoma on Wednesday
morning with about 30 tons of general
merchandise and one passenger, Mr.
D, J. Robson. The captain snys a
despatch was Bent from Victoria to the
effect that thu thermometer registered
28 below zero here, and the river wus
frozen solid, and in consequence of
that despatch the Gipsey did not mako
hor usual trip on the 15th ult. That
is juat what one wmild expect from
Viotoria. ,
A DiSTiNir- on Without a Du-tmi-
bnck.*—We ore orodihly informed that
Mr. Logan A. Mrt-eviw, n typo in tho
Guardian printing ofliue, will bo soon
promoted to tho ir> ■< iponsiblo editorship of the Port Moody Qazette, vice
Col. Hamilton, fhed. Tho responsible editor, "Dishonest James," will
still remain upon the Guardian, and
do all the printing for his Port Moody
monstrosity. Mr. McLerio is a young
man uf promise, and we shall expect
some improvement in the Gazette's tone,
at least in that part of tho tone which
he may control.
'<*•» '
Sand-Head LinnTHousR,—This new
structure, at the mouth of Fm '- river, has been completed and wns handed over to the Dominion government
agent on Wednesday. The lighthouse
is a hexagon, the sides of which aro
18 feet at the base and 14 feet at the
tup. It is 47 feet above high water,
and the lantern is 17 feet, making in
all 64. The lighthouse is constructed
of wood, nnd stands upon 6 iron screw
{tiles, six inches in diameter. The
ight is stationary, with a powerful reflector, and may be seen at a distance
of 12 miles. Thero is also a bell tower,
with a fog bell woighlng 1800 lbs.
This bell is rung by clock-work machinery. The structure was built by
Mr. J, McMullen, and cost altogether
$10,600.
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Accident to Judge Crease.—On
Tuesday afternoon the Hon. Mr. Justice Crease met with a very painful
accident under tho following circumstances. The East Coast mail steamer
Enterprise when near "Ahe rapids"
loosened ono of the floats in the paddle
wheel and the steamer was stopped to
fasten it, Mr. Justice Crease went on
the upper deck to aee what the damage
was, and in stepping back out of the
way uf one of the crew, slipped and
fell, his hand going through one of the
small sky-lights. On raising him it
was found that he had dislocated his
arm at the shoulder. Drs. Jones and
Walkem reduced tho dislocation last
evening. The accident will not prevent his lordship holding county court
at 11 o'clock this morning.— Nanaimo
Free Press.
Incipient Fire. — On Wednesday
morning smoke was seen issuing from
the roof of Senator Mclnnes' residence on Mary Street. Some persons
who fortunately observed it in time
want up on the roof and extinguished
the flame without difficulty. The dry
moss on the roof had evidently caught
fire front sparks out of the chimney,
and as there wss a strong wind blowing at the time it would very soon have
become a serious conflagration if it
hadn't been nipped in the bud. A few
hours afterwards the fire bell rang nut
an alarm, and everybody rushed into
the street. It was some time before
people could learn the cause of the
alarm, but it finally became known
that the roof of Mr. Lee's house, near
the convent, was on fire. It was
quickly extinguished, however, with*
out the engine.
■ ■' '■'*•> -*- —
Mechanics' Institute Concert.
The concert given in aid of the funds
of the Mechanics' Institute,last Tuesday night was a very enjoyable entertainment. The attendance was not
as largo u it ihould have been, the
management having neglected to advertise the concert sufficiently. Oapt,
Peele occupied the chair, and announced the different pieces, as' there
were no printed programmes. The
concert- opened with the Overture to
the Caliph of Bagdad, played by
Messrs. Gundy, Francis nnd Cross on
the violin, cornet and piano. The
piece .was rendered excellently, as was
alio the selection from the Bohemian
Girl hy the same artists. The only
defect in these beautiful instrumental
trios was the piano, and its badness
ww conspicuous throughout the whole
entertainment. Prof. Francis also
played a solo on the cornet, Mr. Cross
a Milo on the organ, Mr. Gandy a
violin solo, and Mrs. Trew a piano
lolo, all of which were received with
numerous manifestations of favor. Mr.
H. L, DeBeck sang a medley (solo),
aiid a duet was sung by Mrs. Moresby
and Mra. Peele. Mr. J. S. Gluto
gave a reading, nnd Mr. T. J. Trapp
recited Mary Queen of Scotti for
which he deservedly received very enthusiastic applause. The aecompmi-
ments wore played by Mr. Rickman,
Mr. Cross, and Miss White.
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Temperance.--The Women'sChristtau
Temperance Union will meet in the
Reading Room, Mary Street, ovory Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Baud
of Hope will meet at 2:30 overy Saturday
afternoon,— A dr, l-Hitc    j
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• Hum LICENSE,—Aftfr enumerating
the good reasons for the high-hcenie
liquor law proposed in New York, thi
Utica Herald concludes by saying: —
"There are plenty of additional rea*
sons, but these will do for to-day. Oo
the other hand, it is urged that the law
is wrong because it-tenda to a monopoly: because it is an unjust attempt
to drive the poor and tha humble out
of the business by whioh they earn
their livelihood. We answer that high
lioenie ii not monopoly; that thii is a
business In which the public .welfare
demands that there ihould be restrictions of a kind that can be enforced,
It must, therefore, be a restriction
that brings with it responsibility. Tha
counter argument only means that the
right to sell liquor should be free* to
all. For if a high license is unjust to
a poorer class of dealers, a low license
is unjust to a atill poorer olass."
The Dominion Liquor Act.
The appointment of the following
gentlemen, as commissioners for British
Columbia under the Dominion Act of
1883, appears in the Canada Gazette,
of the 10th of February :   ,
FIRST    COMMISSIONERS.
Cariboo, Judge Walkem, Karaloopi.
New Westminster, Judge McOiefght,
New Westminster; Vancouver Island,
Chief Justice Begbie; Viotoria, Judge
Gray, Viotoria; Yale, Judge Walkem,
Kamloops.
SECOND COMMISSIONERS.
Cariboo, John Smith, Clinton; New
Westminster, Geo, Pittendrigh; Vancouver Island, R. H. Smith, M. A.;
Victoria, Jas. E. McMillian, Viotoria:
Yalo, Moses Lumloy, Spallumcheen.
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Port Hood).
SELECTED M THE ADMIRALTY STATION.
During the discussion on the C.P.R.
resolutions in the house of commons
the Hon. Mr, Blr.kc, in the course of
one of his speeches, said: "So far as
the western end of the line was concerned he knew not what the polioy
of tho government was. The Esquimalt and Nanaimo road was to be
built, Port Moody had been selected
as the western terminus so far, but as
English Bay, lower down in the indentation, waa a better placo that part
oould hardly be considered aa definitely
settled. In his opinion the government should tell the house exactly
where the terminus would be."
Sir Charles Tupper followed Mr.
Blake and said: "Now, sir, the hon.
gentleman has referred briefly to the
terms proposed in regard to British
Columbia. * * * But aa to whether
Port Moody or English Bay is the best
torminuB - all I oan say is that the government selected a port accessible from
the Pacifio ocean and declared to be
by the most independent and capable
sources the best port on the Pacifio
coast. Thia is evinced by tha fact
that the British authorities have decided to make Port Moody the headquarters for the admiralty of the Pa
clflc coast. The hon. gentleman would
like to have it go down to English Bay
beoauso it would involve an expenditure of $1,000,000 to carry the road to
that point, and two or three millions
more to make a harbor, out of the open
roadstead thero. The government
will have done all that wu necessary
when they have carried the Paoifio
railway to a terminus that ia declared
by the highest naval authorities to be
unequalled on the Paoifio cout."
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Messrs. Mitchell k Piatt, druggists,
London, Ont., write Dec., 1881; We
have sold Dr, Thomas' Eclcctric Oil since
its first introduction, and we oan safely
say, no medicine on our shelv. s hu had
a larger sale, or gives better satisfaction.
We always feel safe in recommending it
to our customers.
Communications.
woman suffrage.
Editor Columbian,—Why should not
woman vote? The superiority of woman is evident from the fact that she
wu not like Adam, made of the common
dust ef the ground, but of dust refined—
re-moulded by the Divine hand. The
man, not the woman, wu called upon to
sunder all the tin of home, and leave
the parental roof, and, thenceferth,
cleave unto bis wife and they twain were
to be one flesh, a tacit acknowledgment of her organic superiority in the
Divine economy. So far me we know,
progress from tho Inferior to the superior
always characterises the Divine plan of
procedure in creation with respect to
our world. Even the serpent seems to
recognise Eve's superiority In the interrogation respecting the obligation! imposed upon them in the garden, and her
reply thereto,iH6i'Afiyo/(ArmooCA, implies
the same thing,   Adam's reply to the
question of the Creator inferentially confirms the same idea: "The woman whom
thou gavest to bl with me, she gave
me of the tree,"
It fa well to bear In mind tliat mere
bulk of brain ia no criterion of superior
capacity of finer thought and feeling.
This depends altogether upon the.finer
■uality of the f ber of the brain matter.
11 ths marital relation and family government only wu she, u a punishment,
to hold a subordinate position, leaving all
her mental powers and capacities unaffected otherwise thau they were affected
in common with Adam's by tlie transgression. But this position wu to secure to her lore, faithfulness, sympathy,
provision and protection. Eve In her
purity wu the most perfect standard of
human nature in Symmetry and beauty.
That she was organically superior is evident from tho fact that the human race
might have existed without Adam, but
tot without Eve. For who will affirm
that Christ was not a perfect man ?
Woman is by general consent superior
to man in emotional sensitiveness; in
tad in accomplishing the object on which
her heart is Bet; in the endurance of severe and long-continued pain; in un*
ceasing devotion to the object of her care;
in the intensity of her attachment to a
true home and her consequent loyalty;
in persevering and unyielding adherence
to Christian principles amid the severest
persecutions; in her inflexible ad-Wence
to the Saviour himself during hia trial,
his execution on the crow, and his burial
in the sepulchre, and even there she
awaited his return to life and became
the honored herald of the glad tidings of
a risen Saviour returned to resoue a perishing world from Bin, death and hell.
Bijt how d|d his professed male friend*
aot towards the lint's Annotated in the
greatest of all his trials, so great that
their tike can never occur again in the
history of our race 1 Like cowardly fellows, they all forsook him and fled! It
con never be ao said of woman; no, never.
Pure-minded womah Is the great moral
conservative force of society. Without
hor human society weuld becomo a putrid
mass of moral corruption, When all her
mental powers and capacities are laid a
willing and loving saormae at the Divine
altar, only an angil from the Divine
wmmmm^^saBaBBsm
"pceaenee ean surpass her -impurity, holiness and usefulness. She is in tho high-
lit and holiest sense a coworker with
the almighty and' eternal (loci in tlie redemption of man.
What hu the concentrated political
wisdom of the put, u embodied iu the
legislation of to-day, accomplished t It
hu legalised the slow but sure yearly
destruction of hundreds of thousands of
our fellow-beings, body aud soul; desolated innumerable homes; created a vast
army of widows and orphans; and made
society vocal with weeping, mourning
and woel And for what? To sustain
"State Policy." If this be so (and who
can deny it?) then let man, proud,
haughty, selfish man, hide his face and
bluah for vqry shame for having so long
prevented woman from exerting hor
electoral influence Ih that social domain
ta which she, of all others, is most deeply
interested. Wm. Kent, M. D.
The Bxbt Way to Repair Strenuth
and increue the bodily substance is to
invigorate the stomach and improve the
circulation with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure
Simultaneously with the disappearance
of indigestion it relieves that morbid
despondency, and the nervousness which
are u much the product of dyspepsia as
the weakness of the stomach and loss of
vigor and flesh which proceed from it;
u a blood purifier it Iim no equal.
An Extensive Haul.
St. Louis, March 8.—Prentiss Teller, money clerk of tho Pacific Express Co. here, whose father is a Louisville detective, disappeared yostorday
about three o'clock p. in., taking with
him one or two valises full of money
packages, the total amount being
nearly seventy-five thousand dollars.
It is the custom of the company to
keep a money clerk and day watchman
on duty in the oflico on Sunday, the
doors being secured by chain locks
and no one being admitted except
messengers who orrive.on the morning
trains and have money packages to
turn over. Yesterday afternoon Teller wu on duty and the watchman remained in the back room tending to
tho door, the front door boing kopt
locked, About two o'clock the watchman went out to lunch, leaving threo
messengers sitting by the stove. While
he was gone Teller went out and returned with a stranger, whom the
messengers supposed to be a now clerk
or messenger. Teller and ho wont
into the, front office and wero thought
of no more. An hour later ho caino
into the back of the ollice to wash his
hands, aud remarked to tho watchman,
who had returned, that he believed
that he would go out and get some
lunch. Wiping nis hands, ho re-entered the front office and was not seen
again. Half an hour afterwards tho
watchman walked into the front oilice
to get something, and was surprised to
find the front dour unlocked and Teller
absent. Ho spoke of it to the messengers, who were fitting about the
stove in the rear office, ind they told
him of the stranger. This alarmed
him, and he aummoned the superintendent, who aoou discovered that
about a bushel of money packages
were missing. Detectives have learned
nothing u yet.
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Dynamite Fiends.
i-JHllwUrrj	
London, Feb. 28.—It seems that
the cloakroom olerk at Charing Cross
station heard the noise like the ticking
of a cluck inside a heavy valise, He
forthwith handed tho valine over to the
police, who sent it to Woolwich.' The
report that the police had found a
large quantity of explosives under
Charing Cross railway station not having been confirmed, the officials at the
station apprehended that some outrage ..irwild, be. attempted early this
morning. The valise contained a tin
box with a quantity of dynamite
fastened around it. In the tin box
wu a clock movement connected with
a loaded revolver, and timed to run
four hours beforo discharging the
revolver. When the hammer to the
revolver had fallen the cartridge failed
to explode, and the disaster was thus
averted. Tho' valiso was deposited in
the cloak room Monday night. It
contained 20 pounds of dynamite. It
is believed the conspirators intended
that this machine should explode simultaneously with that in the Victoria
railroad station. The clockwork movement wu of American mako. Railroad officials absolutely deny that any
dynamito was found under the station.
The dynamite and clockwork wero
packed in a valise, exactly like tho
valise found at Viotoria station, which
exploded thore Tuesday morning.
There is no clue to the person who
left the valise in Charing Cross station
If it had exploded it would have done
much greater damage than at Victoria
station, u the cloak roam is built under the hotel.
London, Feb. 29.—The dynamito
discovered at Charing Cross and If addington stations, wu labeled "Atlas
Powder." Both clocks wero of Amorican make, and a copy of the Now
York Sun, dated February (i, 1884,
wu in the valise at Haddington station.
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The British In KctjH.
MBTICUUSS OF THE LATE VICTORY.
Trinkitat, March 1.—On Tlm mil ay
night Gen. Graham's expedition encamp*
ed near Port Baker. The troops were ull
assembled before sunset, except tlio
sixty-fifth regiment, which arrived at 8
a.m. Friday, The forces, iiliout 4.000
strong, formed In uu oblong square, the
front and rear being lougcr than the
sides, The Gordon High landers formed
the advance witli tw,o gatllng guiiB nml
one gardinior in the right corner and four
gardiniers and one gatliug in the left corner. The 88th regiment formed on the
right hand side of the square; the lllnck
Watch regiment ta the rear. Tha length
of the front wu 350 yank The hunzars
acta-il as scouts, advancing in a semi*
circle a thousand yards ntienil and covering thu front and Hanks of the main
force. The troops advanced over tho
sand knolls and shrubs for.a mile from
Fort Baker aloug the Teh road when the
rebels opened fire with Remington rifles.
The range was so long that the shots
proved intlftotive. The rebels iu swarms
reaohed the high ground in ft out anil on
the flanks of the British army. They
retired slowly u the English advanced.
keeping about 1'J00 yards distant. The
main body of the English with the cavalry
followed covering the rear upon tho left
and forming in their lines, distant HOO
yards from the main body of the army.
At 9:30 o'clock, the gunboat lire-) from
Triukitat, but the shells burst a milo
short of the enemy's position.. The cavalry iind mounted infantry advanced on
the left to touch tin ratals, who moved
obliquely tbowgh not indisposed to light.
The infantry continued ndvanciitg stead-
flj. Two or three times a halt was made
to allow the sailors and artillery men
dragging the guns, to rest. The rond
toward Teb wu studded with hundreds
of corpses of Baker Pasha's fugitives,
filling the air with pollution and around
whioh swains of carrion birds hovered.
.Aftor adyaiiolng three miles from the
earth works the rebels came in sight!
Their guns were mounted and standards
Ily ing.
The ii'liel's lire hud almost ceased except on the extreme right and left. The
British stepped forth ns if on holiday
parade, bagpipes playing and the Highlander;* footing cheerfully. They advanced till within 800 yards of the rebels'
position, where stood an old sugar mill
surrounded by lumber and huts and
where two guns were situated, Here a
halt was ordered and the scouts rejoined
the cavalry. Neither forces seemed disposed to open fire. At laat "Attention!'
was called, whereupon the rebels seeing
tile British movement began the battle
with shells from a Krupp gun which
passed wildly over the square. The next
shots wore aimed with great accuracy
and the shells fell close to the British
and wounded several. The rebels maintained a rattling fusilade with small
arms. As shots increased ambulance
Burgeons were fully occupied. The English advanced steadily in the square without uneasiness from the rebel's fire till
they passed north of the rebel's works.
At this point a piece of a shell wounded
Baker Vusha and 20 men were hit. After
an echelon of 1,000 yards a halt wu
ordered and the men were directed to
jig down. It was now noon. The day
wus dear ami the wind dispersed tha
[Smoke of the rebels' fire disclosing the
rebels' movements. Then the British
Opened fire with guns and Martini rifles,
causing the rebels' fire to rapidly slacken
and almost cease. At this moment the
bugles again sounded an advance. The
troops rose, wheeled in the centre of tin
square and approached the rebels' works,'
Tlie rebels were iu uo military order, but
were scattered here and there so u to
take advantage of abundant cover which
tho ground afforded. They clung to their
position witli a desperate tenacity. There
were 2,000 rebels directly in front, while
many hundreds hung around the sides of
tin: square. As the British moved forward the advanced rebels, armed with
spears and huge closs-hilted swords, rose
within 200 yards of the advancing lines
and rushed against the British at break*
neck speed, heedless and fearless of
death. The rebels fell right and left,
though some of tho brave fellows reached
within a few paces of the square. None
of thom bolted. They only fell back
suddenly when they were forced. Having cleared the ground in front with their
Martini rifles, the British attacked the
fort. Col. Burnaby was the firat to mount
the parapet, tiring a double-barreled shot-
gnu into tho enemy around the works,
the rebels fought with furious energy,
nnd a frightful inelde of bayonets and
spears took place. At lost the'British
gained possession of the fort. They captured two Krupp guns and at once turn*
ed them against the enemy, but the
Arabs still contested every inch. They
would not submit to be driven off. They
could only bo killed. The British next
directed their attention to the old sugar
mill, a brick building containing an iron
boiler. This they stormed and succeeded iu dislodging 200 rebels, who leaped
forth and charged from every opening.
At one o'clock, after an hour of intense
fighting, the rebels gave way and,bolted
outright. The Gatliug guns and Martini
rilles had caused great havoc.
The British pursued the rebels u tbey
fell back, aud advanced as far u the
fresh water wells of Teb, where the rebels
mnde their last stand. The Sheiks who
advanced empty-handed to show that
they horo charmed lives were stricken
down with bayonet thrusts. The High*
landers carried the next earthworks,
capturing three guns. At the end of
four hours' hard fighting the Bi itish gained po-iscssioii of the reool camp of nuts
nud tlie cavalry on the right flank charged the retreating rebels who did not halt,
hut met the troopers who rode among
them, giving blow for blow. A splendid
display of heroism was made by three
mounted rebels. They resolutely maintained their ground against the shock of
two cavalry charges, fn tbe third charge
they Were out down, but not before they
hail killed several men and wounded
Ool. Burrow with their spears. The
enemy retired .sullenly and in conse*
quciicc the British kept up their firing
for :i long time after the fortunes of the
day had beeu decided. Gen. Graham
decided to remain at the wells of Teb on
Friday night. His intention is to eon*
tinue the advance to Tokar on Saturday
morning. More fighting is anticipated.
The spoils taken from Baker Pasha were
in a large measure recovered.
meridian line through said prairie. The
-rules of order bylaw was then considered
and passed through ita three readings,
without alteration. Coun. Boothroyd
then introduced the salary bylaw which
also passed its three readings. The bylaw establishes tbe bond of the clerk,
assessor and collector at one thousand
dollars, five hundred by himself and two
hundred and fifty each by two sureties.
The clerk here furnished thi securities whieh being considered utisfactory
were accepted. Coun. Boothroyd gave
notice that at the next meeting he would
introduce a bylaw for revising and returning the assessment roll Coun.
Shannon gave notice that at the next
meeting he would introduce a bylaw to
grant a charter for a ditch across Kensington prairie to the Dominion Sawmill
Co. (limited). Council thin adjourned
till Saturday, March 16, at 10 a. m.
Mrs. A. Kelson, Brantford, writes; "I
was a sufferer from Chronic Dyspepsia
for eleven years. Always after eating,
an intense burning sensation in the stomach, at times very distressing, caused
a drooping and languid feeling, which
would last for several liours after eating.
I wns recommended by Mr. Popplcwell,
Chemist, of our eity, to try Northrop k
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, and I am thankful to uy
thnt I have not been better for years;
that burning sensation nud languid feeling has nll gone, nnd food does uot lie
heavy on my stomach. Others of my
family have used it with best results."
Surrey Council.
Council met pursuant to adjournment
on the Ist inst. Present—Reeve and full
council. Communications were road
from Win, Shnuuon, asking an extension
of time on hi.-- contract on Nicomekl flats,
Hall's Prairie road; from tho aurveyor-
gciu-ral, in regard to gazetted roods;
troin.l. W, Ploknrd, asking au extension
of lime in whicli to complete his contract
on ditch «n section lino one mile eaat of
con.-it meridian, auross Nieuinokl flats;
from Henry T, Thrift, enclosing money
revoived by him and nlso instructions tn
council: hum .lohn Woodward, asking
that some one he appointed to inspect his
job -.hi Semlahinoo road, across Nicomekl
Hots. The bill for advertising in the
Oni.i.uiiUN ($l(i| wu presented and or*
dared pnid, Moved by Coun. McDougall, xm; by ('mm. Brown, that the clerk
be Instrnotod to <li-niniid from 11. T.
Thrift nil books, papers ami things be-
longing to iho council, as he is the pro-
pi i- person to have charge of the council's j to the Red river valley.
* ./,        1-1 'I'       Thrift'-    I    n(        _.l_t       L_ J    _      !_.*:
reroonde
II.
HEWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Suakin, March 4.—Seven hundred
men, women and children arrived
here from Tokar. The rebels mutilated the British dead that felt into their
hands. The marines, soldiers and sail-
on attached to Gen. Graham's expedition returned to Trinkitat and embarked for Suakin. Osman Digma hu
sworn to give oattle. The British
have clured the villages near by To*
kar and recovered the guns and rifles
taken from Baker Puhas army by the
rebels. Osman Digma wu not present
at Friday's battle. The British have
buried 2,300 rebel dead found around
Teb.
London, March 4.—English detectives leave. for New York provided
with portraits of the supposed dynamiters. The police believe tbe dynamite used wu made in France. French
newspapers maintain England bu
every right to demand of America that
they suppress open organizations of
dynamiters.
London, March 5.—Tbe Franchise
Bill hu pused to the first reading in
the House of Commons.
London, March 6.—Earl Granville
hu assured France that England in
tends maintaining existing condition
with Soudan.- It is necessary first,
however, to restore the prestige ot
England'a name in that quarter. The
acta of Gen. Gordon are only partially
approved.
London, Mareh 6.—In the House
of Commons to-night Lord Hsrtington,
secretary of state for war, movod an
appropriation of £380,000 to cover
coat of the Soudan expedition. Gen.
Graham has been ordered to disperse
within 10 miles of Suakin, but not to
operate at a greater distance. When
these have been dispersed it is believed
the tribes will become friendly. Gen.
Graham with 3,000 men advanced from
Suakin on Monday against Osman Digma. ' Tht force will consist of 126 artillerymen, 6 seven-pounders, 10 mountain and 3 Krupp guns; 72 sailors with
2 nine-pounders, three engineers' guns
and the 10th and 20th Hussars. Osman Digma remains at Handoob ready
to accept battle.
London, March 6.—Earl Granville
announced in the House of Lords this
afternoon the receipt of an Egyptian
despatch which reported that 1,000
men, who were marching from El
Obeid on Khartoum, had been defeated by tribes who were friendly to Gen.
Gordon.
CANADIAN.
Ottawa, March 5.—The hill granting a loan of 922,000,000 to tbe Canadian Pacific Railway passed a second
reading in the senate laat night by a
vote of 30 to 10. Th» Hfl will receive
a third reading to-night. The governor-general wiU probably give his assent to the bill on Thursday.
Winnipeg, March 6.—The Hudson
Bay railway convention met to-day.
Thore were present a great number of
citizens and farmers of Manitoba and
Dakota. The meeting wu very en-
thusiutic. Speeches were made by
Messrs. Fairbanks, Senator Stevenson,
of Crookaton, and Mr. Quincy, representing Fargo Chamber of Commerce.
All endorsed the scheme and favored
the road being built and controlled by
the Manitoba legislature. The American delegates showed that a large
amount of traffic will be given it from
the Red River valley. Senator Stevenson predicted that the road when
built wiu be one of the moat prosperous on earth. He showed the great
advantage it would be to settlers having wheat shipped by the proposed
route, u well u being a great saving
in cost of freight. The first two resolutions were oarried, when the convention adjourned.
Winnipeg, March 6.—A large uum-
ber of delegates are present in the
city attending the Farmers' Union
Convention, which, wu organized today, nnd drafted resolutions to be sub*
mitted to the convention to-morrow.
A good deal of talk hu been indulged
in but general unanimity prevails. All
are determined to enforce the demands
of the province. The preseut convention must decide what course must be
taken. Secession from confederation
is strongly urged and an appeal to the
British government seems inevitable.
A decisive action is expected to-morrow. The following in a summary uf
the resolutions that were unanimously
carried to-day: The immediate construction of a railway from the head
of navigation on Lnku Winnipeg to
Fort Churchill on Hudson Bay. Abundance of traffic is already assured.
This route will be of vital importance
Itispracti
Worm a Licking.
Home yennj ago iii Georgia, that hnnd
of Christ Satin known us Ascensiunists
were having a grand revival. One day
when the meeting waa in full force a
storm came up, and a young gentleman who wu- out hunting with his
servant took refuge in the church
door. Being curious to seo tho service, the two hunters crept up into the
gallery, and there hid in n place where
they could observe without boing observed.
"Come, Lord, come; our robes are
ready. Come, Lord, come," cried the
preacher, while all present gave n loud
•'Amen."
( "Marsa Gabo," whispered GuflV,
lifting his hunting-horn to hia mouth,
"let me gib dera jist one toot.1'
"Put that born down, or I'll break
your head," replied tho master in a
whisper.
The horn dropped by Cuffy's side,
and again the minister cried: "Como.
Lord, come; wo are all ready for Thy
coming.   Come, Lord, como."
"Do, Marsa Gabo—do jist leinme
gib 'em jiat ono littlo toot," pleaded
Cuffy, wetting Mb lips and raising tho
horn,
"If you don't drop that hoin, Cuffy,
I'll whip you within an inch of your
life," whispered tho exasperated iiiuh-
ter.
'Blow, Gabriel, blow; we are ready
for His coming. Blow, Gabriel, blow,"
pleaded tho minister.
Cuffy could no longer resist the
temptation, and sent a wild peal ringing from end to ond of the church;
but long before its last echo died away
his master and himself were tho only
occupants of the building.
'Ts ready fur do licking, Marsa
Gabe," aaid Cuffy, showing every tooth
in his head, "for I 'cluro to gracious
it's worf two lickings to see do way
common farm cattlo kin git ober de
ground wid skewed 'Scensionists behind dem.**—Harper's Magazine.
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How to Make a Will.--A will to
be valid does not require to be long.
Al! extraneous matter, such as "In tho
name of God, amen," "Being in sound
health of mind and body," may be left
out. "I John Smith, leave all that I
may die possessed of to my wife, Mary
Smith, and in the event of her dying
before me, to .   Witness,- -
Signed, John Smith," is quite sufficient and will hold good in any court
of law. The shortest wills, with the
leut verbiage about them, are the
best. That of the Frenchman who
went out fox-hunting for tho first time
in England was short and to tlio point.
When he came to the first stiff jump,
just as hia horse wu rising to it, he
turned round in his saddle and shouted: "Take notice! I do leave everything to my tiie."—Cincinnati Enquir-
Tlm following Ituslness Directory con-
lalns tinlytuonnmeNOf persons whoso nd-
vertiseincpt^'appear In the Columbian.;
It will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons- wishing to do
business In this city. Tliennmcsareglv
nu in -il'-liiihi-Mi-iii order:
Physicians.
J"- yeuljey. Agnes Street
Dr. Cooper Chllrch Street
— UranvJlle
 Columbia Street
 McKeuzfc Street
Surrey Municipality
Dr, Uiirrow..
Dr, MaoI.(.-i,d...
Dr. Trew	
Dr. \Vad«'	
Lawyer*..
H W Armstrong. Columbia street
Corbould & McColl .....Mary, street
I-iMiu-Qiice Agents.
W .1 ArniHtrong Front street
V\ It H'itIs Columbia street
T It Pearson & Co Columbia street
!,' I' Pang Columbia street
Turimr, Bf clou & Co Victoria
Woods ,t Turner Columbiu street
Auctioneers.
Wit Clarke Victoria
...Columbia street
Jits .Morrison ....
....Columbia street
Surveyors.
ttowaoA lilckmnn.
WooiIk A Turiu'r.....
 Front street
Columbia ftnet
T, R. Pearson k Co. have just opened
out a very large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of Eug
land common prayer ami hymn hooks.
They are the finest ever shown iu tlie
city.—A dv.
Diaries tor 1884 at T. lt, Pearson k
Co's.—Adv.
■Several houses for sale by C. D. HAND.
H     FINDLEY,
1 PRACTICAL MECHANIST.
Office—Next door to tht* Telephone Offlee, Columblu street. All kinds of Srnli-N
AdJaMed and warranted correct.   | nilil-m
M
UNION LODGE No, 9, A. F.
•fc A. itt.-The regular Communications ot thts Lodge are
held cm the first Mondny in each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend      WM. HOWAY,
feSfrte Secretary,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will be paid unless supplied by an order from the Mayor
or some member of tbe Council.
By Order.
JAMES ORR, C.M.C.
New Westminster, July 17,1883. [18-tc
Card of Thanks.
THE HYACK FIRE COMPANY nnd
the citizens of New Westminster
will please accept my best thanks.for
their efforts to save my property at the
late Ure. The public are notified that I
have secured thn premises adjoining
Messrs, Trnpp Bros', store, where busi*
ness has been resumed.
delD-Sinj GEO. MEADE.
Change of Business.
MRS. ECKSTEIN WISHES TO
Inform the publio generally thnt she
disposed of her branch store at PORT
MOODY to Mr. F. F. Nelson, who will continue to conduct the business. Bhe wishes
to thank hor numerous customer.-- nt Port
Moody for their liberal pntronage, nnd
hopes It mny be continued to lior stu-i-t-s-.-
All persons Indebted to the nbove store
are requested to make Immedfnte settlement with either Mrs. Eckstein nr Mr.
Nelson. MRS, M. ECKSTEIN.
Feb.2tilh.issi. feUHm,
dlic
'aii-R-d.
There
haying expired boiuc time ago.—
lifting hut one tender for tho
,vork on Shannon's hill, Halt's Prairie
.>...i, ami that lining considered too high
iv bho ponnoll, the clerk was instructed
11 r-imrn the tends? and call for new
mos nt next meeting of council. The
vi-ve was appointed to inspect nud dc*
c.'lit, if completed according to contract,
Mr. ffi&odwnrd's jobyand also to let the
job of clearing the timber off the Kirkland and McLellan roads, the price not
tn exceed two dollars. Coun. Brown
v, ua instructed to have tho timber cleared
oil' tlie Hull's Prairie road, cost not to
exceed two dollars. Coun, Boothroyd
wns instructed to have ths first bridge
on the coast -meridian north of Ids house
repaired, expenditure not to exceed two
dollars.' Moved hy Couu. McDougall,
sec, by Conn. Johnston', nnd earned, that
Hiis council respectfully request tbe provincial government to build a new bridge
across the Nicomekl river, Semiahmoo
road, at 0.1,00, na the present bridge is
impassable, several piles haviag neeu
knocked out during the late hard weather hy ice, rendering tho bridge impassable for teams nml dangerous for foot
passengers. It is also respeotlalb Mb-
mitted that the commit ara unable to
build a bridge with the funds at their
disposal nnd that tlie present condition
of naid bridge is a groat inconvenience to
the settlers and trading public of the
community. Conns. Boothroyd and
Shannon were authorized to let, by auction, certain work on Caun's road, and
the clork wati instructed to pay the settlers on Kensington prairie the' (150
promised them for work on the coast
T. Thrift's term of  cahlu beyond a question.   Twenty fivo
cents a bushel will be added to wheat
grown in the valley. AU the interests of the northwest will he stimulated by its construction. White Man*
itobans don't desire political union
with the United States, a close commercial union and untrammelled intercourse is absolutely necessary. Tho
Red river channel should be improved
for steamboat traffio by the United
States and Canada. A committeo
was appointed to prepare a resolution to be submitted to the provincial legislature to provide for carrying
out these resolutions. Opposition to
the scheme will nnt be serious. The
province will raise money to pay interest on cost of construction for bnildin»
and equipping the road and operating
the sane.
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHKD BV
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THK AHOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly every lady iu
town with success, needs little or no de
seription, hut for strangers the following
is printed;—It does the washing for 11
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or tm rubbing on the hoanl; blue
not needed; docs no hnrm to clothca.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
docs two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Onco used, it liccomca a necessity.
Money refunded if the abovo is not true.
The undersigned being the first to introduce It, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize him. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co., nt the Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Noai- supplied
at Mr. C. O. Mnjor's, cor. Columbia nnd
Mary streets.
llcing well known ns agent for nil
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, f need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
. H. W. HUGHES,
mh21 Now West, B. C.
Conveyaiivers, Land Agculs, -fcc,
U,Y. ■''.■'-'.ondK Columbia street
\\   ! Hilillng Columbia street
}} '►1-errls Columbia street
llow.se i Uickman Front street
Wm McU'an Fort Moody
Jus Morrison Columbia street
«[p ■ »od... Columbia street
Woods & Turner Columbia street
Geitci-nl merchants.
Mrs K.-kstehi Columbia street
Mrs Km mu Gold Columbia street
C (f Major. Columbia street
Win McColl Columbia atreet
F-F Nelson Port Moody
Win Hne Columbia.street
Turner, Bedton & Co (wholesale)..Victorin
Hardware, Ae.
Carriage Works.
Johnston & Smith Columbia street
Commission Merchant!.
WH Clarke ;. Victoria
Homer & Hon , Front street
Druggists.
DSCurtls & Co ....IColumhlastreet.
A Peele Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
R Thomns Coiumbin street
Furniture.
J d Bunte Columbia street
Tailors.
John Walsh Columbia street
Dressmakers*
Mine Taylor & Mile Ilnrris Columbia st
Hair Dressers*
Geo Meude Columbia stroet
Books, Stationery, Ac.
T It Pearson & Co Columbia street
T It Pearson & Co „..,.„ Vale
aittfelrnl Instruments.
JBagnall..;'. Victoria
Cross" Miislenl AKCiiey. Victoria
Tit Pcarson A Co Columbia street
Kurtz & Co..,
Cigars.
.. Victoria
Liquors*
E Brown & Co Columbia street
W I) Fer.-is (iiBont) Columbia street
Kehoo & Co Sapperton
Hotels.
Brighton (Oeo Black) Hastings
Farmers'Home LlTnnibuin Church st
Granville ij Miiiinloiii Granville
Occident (.1 Austin) Columbia Btreet
Fish Dealers*
Jns TalTandule Front street
Butchers.
Robt Dickinson Columbia street
Contractors and Biillden.
J A Calbick Merchant Squnre
Cnrtlng and Wanting.
Barnes A Collins Pioneer Wharf
Pile Drivers.
Gilley, Mooney & Co.....AiWw*s, Postofflcc
Saw and Planing MUlt.
Dominion Snwmill Richard street
Brunch lumber yards at, Port Moody
and Vicioria.
Royal City Pinning MilIs....Richard street
Brunch lumber yard at Port Moodv,
nnd mill ut Nanaimo.
Book Binding,
Seedsnan.
John Murray , Spence's Bridgo, BC
"          Booke,BC
Thos Tugwell,,.
Printing Office.
D Robson A Co (Columbian) Columbia st
Hilling aud plain binding.
NOTIOE.
AFTER 20th OCTOBER, 1883, NO
freight will bo received or delivered
nfter 8 p, in. on Now Westminster
Wharf.
THOMAS h. BRIGGS,
Ageut New Westminster Wharf.
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9     9     9     9    9    9
For all troubles of the Throat, nse
Allen's Lung Balsam, Seo adv. in an*
other column.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian offioe. Prices will be
tmwA tomm thlfcrt any other office in
the province.—Ath.
Pookkt OrieKRY.—T. R Fwson 4
Go. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Long Balsam. See adv. In
another column.
Property belonging to the Ebeneser
Bt-own estate for sals by O. D. RAND.'
ORGANS
PIANOS
MUSIC.
-FOll BALE BY—
T. R. PEARSON & GO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster   B. C,
(..lSto)
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shingle
Shinglo Machine. Steady employment
an4 good wages to a lirst-class man. No
other need apply.
R. STEVENSON,
jy7-tc] Chllliwhadt,
.1.1. Cufrarlcc cpru.BK Ue Hu, is
TIIK WAY IT W1M AFFECT YOlf.
It excites expectoration and causes tbo
lungs to throw nil' tlio phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretions and purifies the
blood; lit-uls tbe irritated parts; gives
strength to tho digestive organs; brings
tlio livor to its proper action, ami imparts
strength to tho whole system.    Such is
Till!   I11MEMATK   ASH   MATISFACTOKY KF-
pkct tlint il is warranted to break up the
most distressing cough in a few fairs'
time, if uot of too long standing. It is
warranted to give entire satisfaction,
kvf.n in the flio.iH coi]fimwd cases cf Consumption ! It is warmnted not to produce
costivcnc: s (which is the case with most
remedies), or alfcct the head, an it con*
tains no opium in nny form. It Js warranted to be perfectly harmless to the most
dellcato clulil, although it is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. Then is no real wcemty for to
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Luno Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in timo. Physicians having
consumptive pnticnts, and who, having
failed to cure them with thoir own medicines, wo would recommend to give Allen's I.i'no Balsam a trial. Sold by aU
Drnggittt. jeflO-lnu ©tu- Store.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
They had had a very dreary timo of
it in Edinburgh, Bruce hunting over
pipers with tho deacon and talking
business with the lawyer, whilst Katie
nursed her mothor up-stairs; but in
the dusk she would como down nnd
stroll with hiin up the Castle Hill.
And though Bruce spoke little of theso
Walks, it was easy to see that tliose
were the brightest moments of the
day.
And then tie took them back to the
manso; "and there," he continued,
they will remain till tho early days of
May, for so Uncle Oumeron's successor, Mr. Buchanan, has arranged, and
then they are coming to livo here."
"Hero, Bruce? do you mean at Sun-
iiysidel"
"No, no," ho ropliod quickly; "bow
could you think of such a thing? as if
I ahould ask them hero without consulting you ami Dudloy! but I have
told Aunt Margaret that it will be fur
better for her to set tin down by us,
nnd then she will be near Keith when
he returns to England."
"How do you make that out?" asked
Dudley; "Keith's place of residence
■ -whon he gets one, poor fellow, will
be iu London."
"Well! don't you cnll that nearer
thnn the manse by two or three bund-
red miles? I should hnve thought thut
fact patent enough to any one."
"Of  course, of   course," rejoined..-.,  —	
his brother, hastening to mollify the   tell how gliul
satins and laces with listless hands
and far-away eyes, which seemed to
elude substance and be fixed on vacancy.
But presently we all fouiid a new
source of interest. It was about a
week after Herwald's departure, and
a mild, pleasant April evening; I had
tempted Louie out into the lane tliat
sho might admire tho budding hedge-
rowB, and listen to the cuckoo's note,
which wo now bogfin to hear for the
6rst timo, nnd wo were strolling to nud
fro, arm-in-arm, when Seymour's face
suddenly appeared abovo the stile,
nnd in another moment he had leapt
down and was assisting a tiny neat-
looking lady to surmount its difficulties.
"Whoever euu that be?" inquired
Louie.
But the problem was soon solved ns
Seymour, leaving hia companion to
trip after liim alono, came towards us,
saying—
"Horo is Miss Vnughun, Nellie, and
she is asking for you."
"Why, it is Milly!" I exclaimed, and
at tho sound of hor niimo she ran up
to me with her littlo dark face all aglow
with excitement and pleasure, ami
throw herself into my arms.
"Why, my pet, what brines yon here
to surprise us without lotting us know
whether you could come at all T'
"It is nil Herwald's fault; he ran
down to Roso Cottage himself last
night, and he and Arthur persuaded
me nut to wait for them, but to come
alone, and Herwald brought me to the
station himself this morning and saw
me safely off.  Waa I wrong, Nellie 1
"Wrong," I returned, reproachfully,
"wrong to come to Sunnyside after all
my invitations? nay, you can hardly
I am to see you here,
momentary heat; "you have but verified my words, that dear Aunt Margaret would soon lonrn to value your
shrewd good sense. It is certainly a
fine stroke of yours, persuading hev
and Kntie to come bore."
"Katie did most of the persuading,"
returned Bruce, smiling; "I talked
her over nt Edinburgh, and as Aunt
Margaret does everything she wishes,
it was soon arrungod. I thought,
Dudley, if one those pretty Priory
cottages were to let, it would be just
tho size for them, aud it would amuse
us all, after Louie's flitting, to get it
ready and in order."
"An excellent idea; they will be
Miss Vivian's tenants then. I um
certain one of the factory men told
me the other day tlmt Forbes—-Liou-
teuat Forbes—was leaving, aud lie
lived in the little corner one, the Fernery, I think they call it; we had
better go dawn to-morrow and see.''
Bruce agreed with the utmost alacrity, and after some further discussion
the party broke up.
Certainly, it was a most bustling
and bewildering time. It was the
first wedding in the Mortimer family,
and Louie had determined it should be
iim grandest the neighbors had seen
for years: and though Herwald told
lior with much mock gravity Hint all
lier labor would be lost upon him, for
he was sure he should sue nothing on
thnt day but her, and only her very
obscurely, Louie was inexorable, and
for five whole weeks Sunnyside was
delivered over into the hands of man-
tua-makers und milliners; and presently Horwald sot to work, and worked with a will too,
Ho had his mother's jewels sent
down, that Louie might give him her
opinion on their resetting and nrraiiiie-
ment; and as she played daintily with
the shining toys, now trying them on
hair und neck and round white arm,
Herwnld watching her with his eyes
of love, it recalled to my mind vividly
the evening when Mrs. Hazeldean had
once proudly decked her with her own
jewels, nud Philip coming in and seeing Imi- hnd called her Queen Cuphe
tuu.
"Philip," cried Louio, unloosing a
glittering serpent from her hair. "Ah,
poor fellow! I would never havo worn
those jewels of his "
Which speech she was compelled to
take buck and swallow gracefully,
when there shortly arrived a small,
oxquisituly-inlaid casket, containing n
nobe par Lire of tnripmise and diamonds—"with Philip and Roso Hazel-
dean's best wishes," nnd a and, sweet
little note in Rose's neat, cramped
hand, in whicli she begged dear Louie
to accept and wear fur her the ornaments which she could never wear for
herself; but what pleased Louie
must, und Herwnld too, was a dainty
little pearl necklet, with a small diamond cross—"for Helen, with Rose's
fond love."
Dear little sparkling cross, how
prized and cherished it, and placed it
side by side with the hro-ich thnt Herwnld had given mo on my visit to
Hurst Hall.
It was uow tho end of March,,
bitter cold, blustering month, ofFerin;
little inducement to the lovers to extend their daily ramble, and leading
them to prefer the warm, cozy draw-
tag-room, which Nellie, with marvel-
ously feminine tact, contrived to vacate for their use.
They had had n long talk there one
afternoon, a talk thnt had made Herwald grave and Louie quiet, in which
Herwald announced his intention of
leaving for Hurst Hall on the morrow
for a ten days' absence; and in the
absurd logic of lovers those ten dayn
augured a bitter parting.
Louie had at first endeavored tn
combat the notion, alleging that such
and such things might be done without
the master's eye, nud adding thnt in
her opinion Herwald:« notions of duty
were painfully Quixotic; but realizing
the utter powerlessness of her will,
and weary of throwing arguments
against a rock, she had succumbed at
last with womanly yielding, and bndu
. hor knight go where his honor called
liim.
"But," naid Louie, with n spice of
the old cuquetry, "I suppose you will
manage not to lose your train nnd ho
too late for the fourteenth."
Herwald's   answer  wns  inaudible,
but that it wns satisfactory was evident from her sudden blush and smile.
"And I shall bring bnck Milly, Nellie;   be  sure you writo her a pretty
little note of invitation so a? to serve
for my passport, and don't forget to
put in, that Louie's number of bride-
maids will be incomplete without her."
"Oh yes, I will tell hor all that; and
es it will be the Enstor holidays sho
can't refuse me."
"But Herwald," interrupted Louie.
"What, love?"
"If anything should happen to delay you long into the second week—
and those Lancashire people aro capable of doing anything to keep you
among thom-—you must send off Milly
alone, or hor bride maid's dress won't
be ready—do you understand?"
"Oh yes, quite; but I mean lo be
back at least three days hefore, so get
all that"—here Loo put her hand
aoross his mouth, but the "tluuimery"
came nut fit spite of-it-*-"finished and
out of the way, fur I shalt want every
minute of the time to myself."
So on the morrow Herwald went,
and during the noxt two. or three days
Louie wandered about; turning over
| Milly.'1
And then Louie came up, and stooped down and kissed her cheek, at
which Milly colored up guilefully.
"I have heard so much of you," Buid
Loo, with her warm sweet smile, which
always took all hearts by storm, "Nellie has talked about you for hours, so
I feel hb if I knew you already."
"I do not think it will be long buforo
I know you quite well," Milly answered, softly and shyly; "but I am afraid,
Miss Mortimer, I shall be your smallest
bride-maid," at which Loo laughed
good-naturodly, and replied—
"No, no, you will be nothing of the
kind; Ada Thornton, who has to stand
with you is just such another little
thing. What an excellent, foil they
will make to each other, Nellie, the I
one so dark and the other so fair. By
the bye, did Herwald—did Mr. Delorme send any message to me ?"
"Only a very disappointing one," re*
tured Milly; "he said vory unusual
business would detain linn iu Lancashire longer than he thought, and he
really fears that he will not he able to
leave till the thirteenth."
"On tho thirteenth!" I exclaimed;
"that is very close quarters, considering the wedding is to bo on the fourteenth."
But Louie said nothing, only turned
away with a littlo sad sigh, and then
Milly and I went in.
"Am 1 really nt Sunnyside ?" she
said, pausing on the door-step and
looking round her with grave wistful
eyes; "oh, what u dear, comfortable
old place, ntid how green and full of
trees the garden looks—almost like n
dell in Herwald's park, seen through
the half-opened door; and oh, it feels
like home!
"I am glad of that," I returned,
kissing her; and then we went up the
broad low staircase together, tho evening sunbeams falling shut and rosily
uu the old recessed window seats.
"Shall you mind shnring my room,
Milly?" I asked dubiously, my hnnd
on tho door.
"Mind! what an idea! it will be delightful, for then I shall get you all to
Hiysclf for some long, long talks."
"I thought afterwards perhaps you
would like it, but the honest truth is,
I have nowhere else to put you except
with Luuie, for Herwald has one spare
room, and your brother, Mr. Vaughan,
is to have the other; the Thorntons
have offered to nccoininodute Colonel
Gray nt the Hermitage."
"Oh, for the wedding," sighed Milly.
"Of course you will be very full," and
then I took her hands and drew her
closer to mo, and sho looked up in my
face and smiled.
"Shall we sit down in thia comfortable window-seat?" I said; "it wants
an hour to tea-time, and I have so
many things to auk you about. But
first, how are you? you aro very thin,
very, but still you do not look ill."
"I am very well," alio maintained,
stoutly; "don't shake your head, for
indeed I am much botter than when I
mot you at Huzlitt; only, you will
laugh nt mo. Nellie, I do feel bo old
sometimes."
"Old!" I repeated, incroduously,
"Yes, so staid, and middle-aged and
thoughtful. I can fancy now how the
old feel when they look back on their
life behind them. I fancy I have seen
the best part of mine."
"My dear Milly," I exclaimed, unable to restrain a smile, but she went
on gravely—
"Everything seems so gray and
misty and common-place, nil the coloring and gloss gone oil'; and when tho
children press round and court me to
join in their little amusement nnd
pleasures, just as if I wure one of
themselves, I often wonder if they
wmild do so if they cuuld know how
stern ntid snd I really fool."
"But these ideas nre absurd," I remonstrated; "you are little more thnn l
a child yourself."
'  ' i   -•
there is such a pretty church and par
sonuge. Arthur did not like accepting
it at first, but Herwald has such influence with him, he can talk him into
accepting anything/'
"He is tho best friend your brother
has in Lancashire."
"Yes, or. in the world beside. ■ You
and he nre our best friends, Arthur
suid so himself yesterday, for I assure
you he thinkB quite ns highly of you
as he does of Herwald."
"Nonsense, Milly," I returned,
blushing.
"But it is not nonsense ut all; he
admires you more thnn any woman he
has uver seen, and if it had not been
that I have told him about Keith
Cameron, it would be dangerous, I
am sure."
"My dear Milly," I replied, getting
quite hot, "I wish you would not talk
like that, it is too absurd."
"It ib not absurd a bit," eho answered, flatly; "but you should never
have had liim, darling, for you aro
far too pretty for hiin with his sandy
hair and blue spectacles—I told him
so myself one day, and he Baid. poor
follow, that he did not know the woman who would care to marry such a
plain, sickly-looking man as he—he
really said so, Nellie."
"I am. sorry to hear it; and whon
noxt he breathes such heresy, you may
tell him that there Is many and many
a one who would think themselves
honored by the love of such, a man as
Arthur Vaughan, and he is not to
judge himself by the comments of
suoh a sister as you."
"But that Nellie. Mortimer prefers
her own handsome Keith," said Milly;
"am I to tell him that too?" and she
squeezed my face botween her two soft
littlo hands, till I disengaged myself
with a laugh, but after thr.t sho waxed
grave again, and the smiles and the
dimples died out together.
"Have you heard anything about
Hubert, Nellie?" she said suddenly.
"I, my dear child! what have I to
do with him?"
"Personally, nothing, but I thought
perhaps Herwald might have talked to
you about him; it is so long since he
and I have had uny conversation together, and he is the only one that
ever tells me about him at all."
"I do not remember that he has
said anything, except that Mr. Olive
had gono on to Home with a friend of
his, but I do not think he knows more
himself; the letter from which ho
learnt it wua a vory brief, unsatisfactory one. But why did you not ask
him when he took you to the station?"
"I! I nover mention the subject unless ho begins; yoii do not think I
could, Nollie?"
"And he did not speak of it?"
"No, only as he bade me good-bye
ho looked at me with a very kind
smile, and aaid, 'Keep up a bravo
heart, Milly, for there is many a worse
fate in Hfo than yours;' vory strange
of him, was it not, Nellie?"
"Vory, nud rather vague," and I aat
musing over the words, while Milly
rested her fnce against iny shoulder
and sighed heavily.
"And how in Maud Rivors?" I nsked,
gayly, at last, trying to rouse myself
and her into something like cheerfulness; "what does she think of Herwald's approaching marriage?"
"Nobody can tell quito what she
thinks, but sho. is engaged."
"Engaged!—you don t say so?"
' "Yes, within a week after the news
reached Lancashire; but you will never
guess whom she has chosen, Nellie."
And, to my surprise, Milly suddenly
faltered aud turned pale.
"My pet,-how can I tell the names
of till you brave Lancashire squires?"
"Ah! but you know this name;—
listen—Maud Rivera is going to marry
Sir Ralph Percy."
I cuuld not bohove my ears.
"Will you be kind onough to tell
me, Milly, what ho has done with his
wifo?"
"Ah! poor Amy, Hubert's first Wo,
is dead, did you not know it? She
died lust spring; they had wintered at
Rome, but she had been ailing more
or less, nil the time, nnd the physicians
recummended Sir Ralph to take her to
Southern Italy, but she died on the
way, iu a little lone posting-house,
nnd a strange peasant-woman held, her
in her arms nt the last. Was it not
sad eudi— poor, poor Amy!"
"Terrible indeed;, but Mr. Clive
did not know-of this when we were
at Whalley last summer."
"No, but he knows it now, and Herwald told mc he was much shocked
and distressed; but at the time it
happened the report was confused,
nnd every one up in the North thought
it was old Lady Annabel, Sir Ralph's
mother, who was dead."
"And you mean to tell ino that
Maud Rivers is engaged to that cold,
heartless man? and he not a widower
n year?'
"Yes, really, and thoy are to be
married in July. Poor Amy! what a
life he led her, till her spirit was
crushed and utterly broken. He will
find it a hard matter to break Maud
Rivers', though; it must be n daring
man that will try."
"What can induce her to marry
such a man?" I asked.
"Pique," returned Milly, readily,
"pique, and Blighted affection."
"You think, then, thnt Bhe really
liked Herwald?"
"Nay, she did more, she loved him;
she gave him all of that her cold nature was capable, nnd if he could
havo brought himsolf to hnve married
her, she would have made him a true
nnd" faithful wifo."
How long, little Milly, havo yon
C G-.
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Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian  Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,    Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool  Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades,
and tinted,
White
'If you knew what a mockery that | bocomo such  a  shrewd observer of
word Bounds to me," ahe returned,
with a baby-frown knitting her brow,
you would not use it. What have IJi
common with childhood, which in un
conscious of evil, and known no Buffeting ? when to oxist is to be happy."
"At le:int you uro inuocjiit, Milly.'
"I don't know," she returned, sadly;
"one bo vain ns I can never be quite
innocent. How much I have thought
of myself, and now—now "
She broke off abruptly with a sigh,
"And how do you like your new occupations, Milly ? aro tlm Willoughbys
kind to you?'1
"Oh, so kind," she answered, bright-
oiling up, "they treat me just like onu
of themselves, and make quite u fuss
over me. I like all the family, my
pupils especially—-tho teaching seems
play work, they nro so good und quint,
aiul it is very nice when I walk across
the moor of an evening with Arthur,
and find Bridget nnd tea awning mo,
and feel that tho day's work is over,
and thnt I have done iny part in earning our bread."
"How does Arthur—your brother,
I moan, get on? Has he no botter
prospect yet than this daily drudgery?"
"Oh, don't you know?" shenuswered,
with her eyes sparkling—"but no, I
forgot, I. have not written to yon since.
■Vrthur is going up to Oxford next
torm to take orders." i
"To take orders, Milly!"
"Yen, Herwnld hns offered him a
living, nnd is to put a curate into it
until he can hold it for himself. It is
about eight miles from Hurst Hall,
and is worth five hundred a year, and i
character?'
And Milly hid her face in iny neck,
nnd whispered—
"Only since I have suffered myself,
nnd havo learnt to feel for others'
Bufferings;   Hark! what iB that?"
"It is tho tea-gong," I answered,
"Halcot is annulling it; come, we must
go down. Here, we have* talked all
this lung time and you have never yet
told ine what you think of our Loo,"
"Think of heY!" returned Milly, enthusiastically, as she shook out her
crushed skirts, "why, what can I think
of her, except that Bhe is the loveliest
creature I have ever seen, and ought
to he a queen at the least; 'such eyes,
such hair, such a complexion; <>h, no
wander that Herwald lores her so
dearly,-ho could notlidlp himself."
After which candid ...pinion, we went
down-staiiii, and Milly made acquaintance with Bruco and tho hoys,i\iro-
duuing n most astonishing impression
on the hut trfo, who all buzzed round
her at once, ns if they considered her
their lawful prey, and the "funny little dark lady with tho black eyes," as
Charlio called her, seemed especially
in her element among them; a most
charming, piquante little Milly she,,
viii now ta king.s-tgelf wftft'iMy f
nud Hriied.' now -laughing and jesting
with the boys, and, nnon, nestling
cozily under Louie's and my wing, and
looking all tho.while bo blithe and bonnie thnt a stranger would have thought
hor the happiest creature in the world.
(To hu Continued.)
x- .a. a X- s.
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of  Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,   Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Alsp, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
»'. '."lUlin-"''      "ant'-
' A full and complete stock of
Groceries§Provisions I
§^*Goods delivered  free of
charge"In any part of the City.
C.G.MAJOR
Cor. Columbia ft Mary Sis.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(0.18k.)
ELDOOIUU
43WINE& SPIRIT MERCHANT.*
L,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
zines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to  no
House in British Columbia.
-SOLE AOENTS FOR	
'I
Of Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmonville, Out.,
And agents for all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID*
euts of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,    -
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
SPECIAL  FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, u neatly And cheaply
as nt any othor establishment in the
 AGENTS   FOR	
Confederation Life Ateurance Co.,
Nortii British and Commercial Fire
Insurance Co.,
London ft Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.
 Agents for First-Class—
IE ani SMMOOf SUB
SH1PPINS   RKCRIPT8,
DEEDS' M0BTW8R8,
BIllS OF SAU,
CUSTOM MOUSE BLANKS,
LEASES, FROM. NOTES,
ORDERS, RECEIPTS,
And all.klnds of Blank Books and Blank
Forms on hand.
-All the Leading—
NEWSPAPERS
-AND-
PERIODICALS
Regularly received.  Subscriptions taken
for any Publication at lowest rates..
*sT We import direct from manufacturers, and cannot bo undersold In this
Province. '/'if. lieu „
T, B. PEABSON & 00.',
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New  Weitmlnrter, B. 0.
(f«2tc)
or DUTTPAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant rcoeipt, direct from
W. A. Gllby's, London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
COLUMBIA   STHSI1T,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
TABLE
Showing the date* and places of
Court! of AhhIz*-), Mlsl Prim, anil
Over nnd Terminer far the year
1884.
(SPRING ASSIZES.
(On  Vancouver Islam.)
Victorin, Mondny. 7th April.
Nnniifmo Wednesday, 4th June.
<On mainland.)
New Westminster,-Wednesday,... 7th May.
Ynle Mondny, lBUiMay.
K um loops, Friday, ,10th Mny,
Clinton, ......Bnturdny, 7thJuno.
FALL   ASSIZES,
[On Vancouver Island.]
Victorin Mondny,. 24th November.
Nnnnlmo, Wodiicsdny, 8rd December.
[On Mainland.]
Richfield Mondny.... 8th September.
Clinton Tueadny,„80th September.
Kamloops W'dii'sduysth October.
Lytton. Siiturdny,..18th Octobor.   .
Yuu-, Hatimluy,..a-ith Ootobor.
Now West W'dn'fldny,12th November.
2ftth January, 188-1. feSJtc
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J.1 wo Intend mnking application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lunds und Works
for permission to purchase 4B0 ncres of
Innd sltuntcd in New Westminster District, nenr Molasplnn Straits, described ns
follows: Commencing ut the northenst
corner of Lot 400, G, I; thence enst 80
chains; thenco north W chnins; thence
west 80 chains; thence south tie chnins, to
point of commencement,
Moodyville Sawmill Co. (Ld.)
R. P. lUTHET;«ec.
February 8th, 1881. fc2""
NOTICE
TIME   TABLE
STEAMERS OF THE
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
hi mu
Information, Emplopent
 AND	
HOMES for EMIGRANTS.
Tlie Government of   British Columbia
■ has established an
Canadian Pacific Railway
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
WAGES
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers ...    —$125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen.... $3 50 to $4 00 # day
Earth Foremen.,. 2 CO to  3 50    "
Bridge Foremen., 3 50 to   4 60     "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class ■-. 3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00
Masons 2 GO to   3 50
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50
lst
Blacksmiths,
class'	
Blacksmiths,
class 	
350
2nd
,.. 300
Blacksmith  Helpers  1 50 to. 200
Drillers  2 00 to  2 25
Laborer!  17GtOw2JW
Hewers, lst class 8 GO
Choppers, Istclnss 2 00 to   2 50
Scorers, lst class 2 50
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpontera to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
Alt Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along tha Line.   Board—14 por week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board ih the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid- monthly, on -the
10th of each month.
P'^j^  ONDERDONK,
,:V   l.y*  ^Q^«tviF|,,MA^AQEH.
OfMOKOF Tlit Cl>;iTRACTOM,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT HEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PAOIFIO NAVIGATION GO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to ho had at T. R.
Purson k Co.'s, New Westminstor.
apll
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, fi.C,
And all persons wishing to obtain an*
thentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of tho country and its resources will be
supplied free of chargo on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, are invited to place themselves
in communication with the Agent. Particulars should be furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as poB-
Bible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Square, Now Westminster, B. C.
je20 tc]
Immigration Agent.
Lost-$5 Reward.
TN THIS OITY, ABOUT NOVEMBER
1 80th, 188,-1, ii pencil sketch of Emory, B.
C, The above reward will be paid If the
sketch Is relumed In good order.
F. H. WOBSON.
New West., Feb. 20lh. 1884.        [fe23-tc.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
AFTER TUB 90th JANUARY,
1881, whurfiipo on poods to be shipped must be paid at time of shipping,
when the receipts nre signed.
Jit 11)lll2
New Westminster Wharf.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Colonial Hotel aro requested to present them to the under-
signed nt once; nnd all persons indebted
to the said hotel are requested to make
mmodinte settlement.
J. I-. INSLEY, Proprietor.
New West., Deo. 17th, 1883.      *delB-to
OO-^Ba-JJ-T-T
(LIMITED),.
Carrying Hi M. Mails and
B. 0. Express,
Leave Victoria for IVewWeatmlinter,
TUESDAYS 4 FRIDAYS at 7 a. m.
leave SewWeitmlnstcr ror Victoria,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS, at
7 a. m.
oc20to
THOS. L.
BRIGGS,
Agent.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE C0MP-Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 10 Pali, Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOB INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stook,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also; Shins build -
Ing and repairing, Barges and ottier Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughput
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can he obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTUONfi,
Agent for New Westminster,
Notice to Shippers.
FROM DATE, AND UNTIL FUR-
ther notice, the Bteamer "Gipsy"
will make regular semi-monthly trips direct to New Westminster, B. C, sailing
from New Tacoma on tho 1st and 15th
of each month,
noHtc. C. E. CLANCEY.
Curd of Thanks.
mHK HYACK FIRE COMPANY and
J. the citizens of New Westminster
will please accept my best thanks for
their efforts to save my property at the
lato fire. The public are notified that I
have secured thn premises adjolninj
Messrs. Trapp Bros', storo, where busi
ness has been resumed.
del0*3m] GEO. MEADE.
NOTIOE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
empting lapd are henby notified
that land within the limits of the Hastings Saw Milt Company's lease Ib not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will bo prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8*tc Manager.
3STOTIOB.
VTOTICE 18 IIKHKBY GIVEN that
[N wc tut etui milking iippllcutloii to the
Chief Commissioner of Lunds and Works
for permission to purchase tlio following
describe^ Innd pn Iiowen isliuul In now
WcslmlnsU-r District:
Commencing nt tho 8. E. corner or lum)
iim.ll-'.l fm- .imi. ai, 188-t, liy w. Kuton and
J. Mntinlnn, tlienco East -JOclmlns, thenco
North 120 chains, thenee West to shoro
lino of Iiowen inland, thenco southerly,
following shore  lino to Baton & Man-
nlon's N. W. corner, thenco Enst to Eulon
A Munition's N. ]■). corner, thenco South
Wlelinliis to point of coinmencenient,containing 800 aeres. he tho same moro or leas.
ItoYAl. Citv I'i.asisr MiMjiOo. (Ld.)
JOHN IIKMHIY, Mummer.
.LNewWoHlminslor, B.C., Jnn. 211,1884. [80m9
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
\ Act, ie-7-©.
"DUIlilC NOTICE IS HEBEHY GIVEN
I tliat the Inspector uf Weights nnd
MoiiKiirt'N hns nrrived in New Westminster
to ciirry out the ilrst Inspection nnder tho
nlinvo Act,
The attention of all persons using
..eight-', measures nnd weigh Ing machines
for liiisiimsH purposes Is called to the provision.-* of lhe above Act, und they are Informed thnt the Weights and Measures
oilice hus heen established In the Post
Ollice Building,{'Olumhtastreet, where alt
informntion can be obtained,
| U. B. GOOD,
Inspector of Weights and Measures,
New West., Feb. SOth, UM.      [mhl-le.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
dar or the Moutrunl, (C. K.) MoillcHl Imll-
tutt, nnd hue Proprietor uf Iho BP1NNKYYH.LK
INFIRMARY, would mint rcipectfulty Inform
hid 'ititleiita nnd tlio nfHidcil goni-ntlly, tlmt li«
•till continue! to tront chronic and nervoui din.
euMi with unparalleled rMccPU.
LADIER AND GENTLEMEN.
Itemuniber that proRrtutlniitton la tho thief of
timo to
COMB AND BE HEALED.
It mntteri not what your tronblc-i mny he, come
Hnd lot tho hue tor examino yonr caao. It will
out yon no tii in p- for con n ult at ion, iomeftH call
and Millar** your*.i*lvid whether ttio Doctor under-
atanda your caao. It he can cure you lie will tell
you aoi If not, be will tell yon tlmt, for he will
not undertake a caee milea* lie la confident of of.
fectliigacnra.
Pnrtlei at a dlatanco wlahlng treatment, hy
•ending 18s snd s minute description of their
trout-lea will receive lu return a full coui-m et
treatment securely packed ao as not to excite cu.
Hoalty.
DR.  BI'INNKYwlU guarantee to forfeit Pl*e
P. B.—For illaeiur* of limit nl'iniling, a hill
covnie of medtclnoa, sufficient for n cure, with
til inatructlona. will be tent to any ndilreM on
receipt of $10,
Cull or Addrcaa
Dr. SPINNEY *fc CO.,
D 28.ly      Ne. 11 Kenrney.»t.,Ban FaancltKu.Cal.
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
%m% Kearny Bt., San Franelico, Cat.
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
T\R. ALLEN, AS IS WELL KNOWN, IS A
±J regular gradunted Miy*klnn, educated at
Bowdoin Collepe and UnlTernlty "* "r "
iwdoin College and UnlTernlty of Michigan. He
lisi devoted a lifetime- to thu atudy of the treat-
meut tnd cure of diaeosM Within hia specialty.
And MIDDLK AOKD HEN, who are anfTerlng from
tbe effects of Youthful Indlicretiona or KxceaaeB
in maturer yean.Nnvnus and Physical Drriliti,
Impotmios, lost MAkbood, conftiaion of Ideta,
dnll eyea, avoralon to aocluty, dcapondency, pim-
plca on the face, Inaa of energy And memory, frequency of urinating, etc.
HY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE
Ctiming been surgeon In charge of two leading
oapitale) enablei me to treat all private troublea
with excellent reai.lt*,. I wiih It dlittnctty under-
atood that I do not claim to perform ImpoMiblll-
tli-M, or lo have mlraculnua ur aupernatural power.
I claim only to bo a ehlllful and euccewful Physician and Surgeon, thoroughly Informed in my
ipvdahy—
DISEASES OF  MAN.
All applying to me will recolvo my honcat
opinion of their complalnta—Nn experimenting. I
will guarantee a poaltiva curo In every caao 1 un*
ilcrtat-.e, orfarrelt Jl.iHN). Conauttntlon In otlice
or by letter rnii and atriotly private, Charge*
rcuaonable. Thorough examination, including
chemical nnd inl-Tor-cutiEcnl nualyats of urine, and
advice, $6.00. Office boon., tt to 3 daily, 8 to 8
evening.   Sunday, 0 to 13 only.   Call or addrcaa
DR.   ALLEW,
K% Kearney itreot, gnn Franciaco, Cal.
*7-Remember, the Doctor lina a Vnimnti
Cow-oor-D, the reault of many yean of apodal
practice and hard atudy, which, under hia apeclal
advice, boa nover failed ol nucccae In tho euro of
Loa-r Manhood, I'rostatuhrhk*, etc.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITI8KJ0LUMBIA.
'    IN PROBATE.
In Ihe Ooods of ALFRED MASTERSi
deceased.
A,  PBB80J1B    iBd.bt.d   U IK.
r\ lulo Ai.h»iii> Mast-jib, formerly of
iSranvlllo, In ll"1 ni»irtoi uf New Wos minster, nKjslolon, doconsoit, who diod Intestine uo lirorby roiiulrod to rw snch Indebtedness to Messrs. Woods ATurnerof
New Westminster, forthwith. All persons
llltvlhft olnlmB ngiilnst tho Kjtnto of the
sold doornsod nre herohy notinod losond
IHislpnlil, addressed to tno, nt NowWcat-
inlnsler. full imrlleillurs thereof, duly
verlni.il, before lhe Flint dny of April, ISM,
nfter wliluh I shnll proneod to distribute
the snid Kstuto nnd will not he llnblo for
nny elllims of which I shnll hot then hnve
"'Xted this nth ilny of Jammrji A. D.
IIM. E. A. JENNS,
jngotd Administrator.
THK GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
lea never-full Ing
Cure for Nerv-
ouBDebilltj-.Bi-
lmusteil Vitality
oT h ny k in d,
Weakness, Paralysis, Prosit-
turrboea,and all
tbe terrible ef-
fectBofjontbful
follies, nnd excesses In maturer yenn,
DB. MINTIK will sRret to forfeit
Flye Hundred Dollars for -tenseof
tbis kind the Vital Restorative (under
liis BpeciftI advice nnd trentrpent)willnot
cure, ne for anything impure or injurious
(bond Id it, DR. MINTIE treats all Die-
eases jucccasfully without mercury.
Consul tntlon free. Thorough eiaml-
nation and advice, $5*00. Ptlce or Vital
Restorative, Ss-oo a bottle, or four
times tbe qunndty, $10-00; sent to any
Address opon receipt of-price, or O. O. D.,
secure from ofccsrratfon, and In private
name if desired, by A. S. XINTIX,
M.D.
Tliose who cannot visit DR. MINTIK
In San Franelico should send a full and
minute statement of their troubles with
|26*00, and in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine O. O. D. must
be accompanied With $1.00 (as a guarantee of good fnith), which wilt be deducted when tbe pneknge Is shipped.
SAMPLK BOTTLE KRKE.-Sent on
application by teller mating symptoms,
sex and age. Goamunicallons strictly
confidential. JnyM-ly
11 Kearney ilrtel, ian FraMheo, OeL

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