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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 U  PUBLISHED—-
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— nr —
D. ROBSON St, CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance tq Editorial and Business Department throudh T. R.
Pearion & Go's. Book & Stationery Store,
TERMB»Tly Mull, JUnyeiiri Il » for OmoB.t
$1 for 8 mo*, i imyiihlu In Advance.' Dolivoral
hy Carrier or A-jout, ?t tier i-inirtor, jiiiyiihlo
quarterly to Onrrior or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hibben & Co. Victoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L.P.FISHER A<lvi-rli«ln|- Agent, 21 Stercliuilt'a
Kxcliiuit-e, Snn Friiiiclscti, imiiitliitrliti'il loreei'lvo
AdrortUetnenta fur thb pujK-r.
TIIIC   DADCD   miiyliufi.iiiid on tile nt
.mo rArtn Quo. p. nowoii&oo.-
ihe §ritish (Tohunbmn,
Siiliinlity M-irulug, July   II, ituci.
The Hallway Lands.
Mr. J. A. R. Homer, M. P. for
this district, Mr, F. J. Bunmrd,
M. P. for Yalo district, nnd others,
mo decidedly of the opinion tlmt
persons who squnt on publio lands
within the railway belt on the mainland, with the intention of becoming
actual settlers, will have their rights
respected. The opinion of these
gentlemen should certainly carry
some weight. In general the practice of the Dominion government
1ms been to respect the rights of
squatters who are in possession for
the purposo of actual settlement.
There may have been somo oxcop-
tions to this rule, but the circumstances themselves were probably
exceptional. In the caso of tho
mainland railway belt there are certainly many strong masons why intending settlers should be allowod to
squat. Tho lands havo been held
back from settlement for many years,
and tho progress ami development of
the country have in this way been
greatly retarded. Everybody expected that this yenr theso lunds
would be formully opened aud placod
in the market. But through a misunderstanding between the two governments ib seems very doubtful if
that expectation will be realized.
But as the difficulty is undoubtedly
a mere matter of form, there seems
to us uo reason why, in the interval
required for adjusting tho settlement, every facility should not be afforded for the filling up of tho lund.
The terms of agreement stated that
these lands would bo offered at
about $1 an acre. Persons who
squat and improve tlieir holdings,
and satisfy the government that
their intention is to become bona
fide settlors, will, we have little
doubt, be given the first chance to
purchase at the usual figure, Of
course no claim could be established
for mere speculative purposes, and
no rights would be respected except
those of actual settlers. If this view
of the .situation be correct, there is
no reason why immigrants or others
should not at onco tako up lands in
tho railway belt for the purpose of
settlement. Having selected their
claims, they should at once notify
tho Dominion agent (Mr. Trutch) of
the fact, so that when the land is
thrown open their claims may be reserved, They could then proceed
with whatever improvements they
might think fit, and arrange for purchase when the lands were put upon
the market.
Surrey Councli-
Couucil met ou the 13th inst., all the
members present. Communications were
received from the following: Woods k
Turner, Thos. Hookway, Theo. Davio,
Carl Slender. On motion, the following
accounts woro ordered pnid: Messrs.
Woods k Turner, S3.?; Tlico. Davie,
$20, Tho Clork was instructed to invito
tenders for tho cuustruotlon of u ditch
for road on tho section lino running North
und South ono milu cast of const meridian.
Couu, Milton was hmtructcd to inspect
Jlookway's road with a view to expending tha appropriation mndo for snid road,
to tho greatest advantage. The Council
appropriated §100 towards the erection
of emigrant sheds, Ac., iu New Westminstor. !?1;".0 was appropriated for
opening up the road from tlie Sumiahnioo
road to Hluckie's spit. Tho Clerk wns
instructed to purclmse a semper for the
uso of tho municipality. Council adjourned until Thursday, Aug. 10, at 1
o'clock p. 111.
I
Answer to a "Call."
The secretary of an Indian gold
mino, having sent an imperative demand to a certain shareholder for tho
payment of a ''call," received the following reply: "Dear Sir—I have your
letter of this date, and note that your
directors intend tu proceed against mo.
Your prospectus stated that one of the
objects of your company wus to 'seek,
win and work gold in India aud elsewhere' Things not turning out well
in India, your directors apparently
consider it their duty to Buck, win
and work gold 'elsewhere'--1. e., out
of me. I can assure yuu, howuver,
that I am not in nn auriferous vein;
tlio only lode I possess is a load of
debt, and as a gold mine I shall bo a
failure. Your prospectus estimated a
yield of gold per tun on thirty thousand tons nf quartz crushed per annum
—£10,600 sterling por annum. You
may 'crush* me, but you will find thnt
I will not yield nearly so much, My
person (which, for tho purposo of this
calculation, may bo considered quartz)
weighs, roughly spunking, ten stone,
and if crushed immediately I estimate
that it would yield ns undor—gold nil,
silver 3s,, cupper 4Jil.; total, 'is, 4id.
Deduct cost of crushing say, £0 fin.
Yours faithfully;—.,
The British Columbian.
Jorgde or fo lUnt.
To Rent.
VOLUME U
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1883.
NUMBER 6
-Scientific -fftgrtUing.
It is stated that the secretary of tho
Royal Botanical Society, of London,
has tried tho experiment of planting
son-weeds iu moist gurdun soil, and
thnt most of the specimens flourished
in thoir new condition of land plants,
Incandescent electric lamps arc used
in tho carriage lumps of Bnron Rothschild, of Vienna, Storage batteries
placed under tho coachman's seat arc
snid to be capable of carrying a charge
of electricity sufficient to feed tho
lights for onu hundred hours,
Mons. Cli. Montiguy, of Brussels,
has noticed that not only does tho
aurora borcnlis increase the scintillation of Btars—as other observers have
noted—but that magnetic disturbances
produce the same effect oven.whpn
accompanied hy no visible aurora. The
influence is strongest for stars iu the
north.
Two German investigators, Herren
Tonroo and Scmelck, have ascertained
that the composition of sea water is
very nenrJy tlio samo iu all places and
at all depths. Unequal dilution with
tho fresh water constantly being added
to the sea causes tho specific gravity
to vary somewhat, but the respective
proportions of the different salts held
in solution always remains tlio same.
Herr Schell, nf Urund, Germany,
has reportod that in the course of mining operations iu tho Hares Mountains
tho sounds made by tho tiring of shots
in a cross-cut were audible through
the rock nt a point 437 foet distant in
a horizontal direction; and the dropping of a 330 pound stamp ou the
surface wus heard in a tunnel through
571 feet of rock, the tunnel being 538
feet bolow tho surface and under a
point distant horizontally 187 feet
from the stamp mill.
Mons. C. Husson hns studied the
influence of condiments — especially
snlt and vinegar—on the digestion.
His experiments confirm the conclusion of various physiologists that
small quantities uf tliose coudiments
aro useful, especially in stimulating
tho formation of gastric juice. In
excess they rotidcr tho food more indigestible, and are irritating to tho
coats of tho stomach. Tho proportion of salt should not oxceod one or
two parts to ono hundred parts of
meat; of acid it should not be more
than from one to four parts in one
thousand.
Experiments in determining the
height and volocity of clouds by
means of photography have boen mado
at England, under the direction of
Capt. Abnny. Tho apparatus employed consists of two similar cameras,
stationed at a distance of about six
hundred feet apart, and provided with
instantaneous shutters to be simultaneously released by electricity. The
observer measures tho angle of inclination of the cameras and tho position
of the cloud as photographed on the
two plates, nnd from theso data a
trigonometric calculation gives the
distance of tho cloud with great accuracy.
Iu England thu use of bismuth hns
been patented iu n now alloy containing copper, zinc, nickel, tin and bismuth iu varying proportions, The so-
called bismuth bronze is a hard, tough
nnd sonorous metallic alloy, which is
claimed to ho especially adapted for
the following purposes: for propeller-
blades, shafts and other appliances ex-
posed to sea-water; for telegraph wires,
its toughness making it valuable whoro
much strain has to bo endured; for
piano and other music wires, on account of its sonorous quality; nud for
domestic utensils aud other articles exposed to atmospheric influence, aluminum being added to the composition
when intended for these articles.
A' French scientific journal describes an electric curiosity whioh its
editor has recoived from Dr. Olaudot,
The novelty is a specimen of electrie
flannel,, whioh is claimed to be valuable in cases of rheumatism. - Tho
oxides of tin, copper, zine nnd iron
form nearly one-eighth of the weight
of the flannel. A series of threads
of the fabric ii impregnated with those
metallic oxides, and each sories is
alternately separated by untreated
threads. Tho flannel thus prepared
constitutes a dry pile, which has been
shown by independent experiments of
Messrs, Drincourt and Portcrin, both
reputable physicists, to disengage electricity whuu in contact with the body,
the current becoming more nud more
marked ns tho flannel absorbs tho
moist products of perspiration.
Dr. T. R, Alliiisoi), an advocate uf
the usu of vegetable food exclusively,
says, in an addross tu a London association; "By diet wo enn do nlinest anything! It i" the philosopher's stone of
medicine, and hy its aid wu can work
wonders, Allow mo to diet a person
and I will make him lively and gay, or
morose and sad, good tempered or bad
tempered, studious or lazy, and long-
lived or short-lived; and, what is
more, almost give him any disease
known." Among the disonsoB vegetarians attribute to meat-eating, Dr.
Allinson names bilious attacks, really
acuto indigestion, congestion of the
livor, dyspepsia, piles, constipation,
gout, heart disease, apoplexy, and
often consumption, Probably a great
majority of the best physicians, how-
over, consider a diet containing meat
in moderation to be 'the moat satisfactory and healthful for mankind.
A Remarkable Fact.—It is a remarkablo fnct that W. A. Edgors, of Frank-
vlllo, who wns so far gone \vith liver and
kidney complaint thnt his lifo was despaired of, was cured with four Iwttlos
of Burdock Blood Bitters. At oue timo
ho lay a fortnight without an operation
of tho bowels.
One of Many, — Mr. R, W. Carml-
chnel, Chemist and Druggist of Belleville, writes as follows:—''Your Burdook
Blood Bitters havo a steady salo, are
patronized hy tho host families horo and
surrounding couu try, and nll attest to
its virtues with unqualified satisfaction."
A MlNlHTKn'H Evidkxoe, — The all
provident malady of Civilized Hfo Ib Dyspepsia. Rov. W. E. Gilford, of Both-
well, was cured of dyspepsia and livor
complaint that rendered his lifo almost
a bunion. Tho cure was completed by
threo bottles of Burdock Blood Bitten,
DRS. WINNES & MATHERS.
Olllco, Columbia St.- opp. Hie Pbstofllco
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S,
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Qeneral Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
BORDOWE, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T.WILLIAMS,
B1
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street- Victoria* 11.0,
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET, • VICTORIA.
-A-a-isnsrTS iro:e
North British ami Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
3(1 Finslmry Circus,
London, E. G.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER I
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Gitlniilnl Hotel)
N MV   WESTMINSTER.
43"8eve'al good Farina f or Salo and to
Loose, nolo
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent Tor thu TKAVKMKItS' LIFE
ftlill ACeillKKT INSURANCE CO.,
HiirlFurd, Conn.
OFFICE: — Coiumbin Streot,   Now
Westminstor. dc9
Everyman to his own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
rhjslflnus' Prescriptions and Finn.
Ily Recipes a Specially.
N. B, — Only Gcnuino Drugs used.
Ovor twenty yours' experience.    mr23
M-jfiCO*-,
-SAWS-
i/1    ,' ■     *•»
1   I/,   jis       ANO 4,4 ,'-.
--A.X.BO —
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, txe,, &c, &c.
WALSH'S
Enpiiiui
MOST FASII10XABLE I\ THK OITY.
Opposito tlio Hank, Columbia stroet,
Now .Westminster, B. C.      [myiW-tc.
NOTICE.
ALL PKRSONS WHO HAVE ANY
ctainiH against tlio Finn of ADAIR
k COMPANY, Flsli Canners, Fraser
Rivor, are requested to forward the samo
at oni*t! to their Solicitors,
Mrwhs, DAVIE k POOLEY,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd .March, 1883. inh?
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS .VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortmont; from §25 to $60,'
—AT—
BAGNALL &. CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOVERNMENT STKEET, VICTORIA
J. BAGNALL,
PlAXOFnilTE&OlUUNTnNEtt&RKI'AlilKK
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
-S77*. ELSCOfT
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, Now Westminster.
Broadoloths and One tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Suit
ap2S-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot .ft Slioe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under tho new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiaufc., New Westminster.
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that ho is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc,, at the lowest possiblo prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dono
promptly and iu first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has tho only HEARSE hi tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Seal's Branch Furniture
Store. aufit
MRS. ffl. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED  A  NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Whoro will lio found n full stook of
Dry Gomls, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Which will lie sold at Now Westminstor
Fricos.
f3T Noxt Door to Caledonia Hotol.
(nplSta)
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Hearty Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fnm-
illes, Hcstnurants, and Steamboats nt the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. CEO. TURNER
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
con nm a sTRKirr,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE 1M1>R0V.
od and unimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BUl'RARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
I'ORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AI PORTJI00DY FOR SALE.
UND   MIHVKITSU    CABKI'11,1,1   AVI,
PMOMPTLY ATTKMIKI1 TO.
NOSII1I' TO U>A>/ ON liOOl, (IIIMTV.
AnKN'TS FOR THE
PliriiK Firo In.iirnuiT t'o. or Brooklyn,
Iho KqultnMe Lift. AftMirnnr. Hariri)'
nt lhe United Mini... nml
iilnilill.il, MrRrnn d<V>. Tllrinril stone
Hewer nml I'hlmnrv l*l|ie., Harden
Vine, Ae.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now Westminstor, 11, C,
April 8,1883. apt
W. R. CLARKE,
ATJCTIONEEB,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room. Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street.
VICTORIA,  -  URITISH COLUMBIA.
S3t' Liberal advances made an Consignments.
To fneiUtate tlio salo of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Viotoria, Esquimau. Now Westminster and the Districts.
N. li. Parties desirous of selling thoir
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funlturo, and
not wishing tho trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above, Olliee of tlio British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
nud dispatch.
Ollli't' or Harbor Miif-ivr iiiiiI I'url War-
lien. - folo
NOTICE
GOjynE>JkJ<rx:
(LIMITED),
Carrying H, M, Mails and
B, 0, Express,
LEAVE IRVING'S WHARF
FOU VICTORIA:
Wkdne-jdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
FOK YALE & WAY FOBTS:
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7a.m.
For Freight nr Passage apply at tho
Oflico,
THOS. L. BRIGGS,
aplltc Agent.
IrTOTIOB
TIIE 1IUXICIP.UITY OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
——We havo	
Both wild and improved,
(iootl Roads, Schools, Cliurchvs
And Post Office,
Our facilities for trade are excellent.
Wo have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE   IS   UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Lund,
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves iu this Municipality, the
Municipal Council are offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For furthor particulars apply personally or hy letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Oflicer.
Clover Valley, Surrey, B. C.    [mylD-tc
-JtTST-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Soot Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, &c, &c.
BURNS& COT,
VIOTORIA,  B. O.,
AGENTS   ,'On
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Snw Mill.,   Grist Hill.,
Shingle Mills,   Champion Engine., Saw Hill Machinery,
ke., ke.
A, Harris, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Drantrord Mowers and  Reapers,
Osborne Mowers, Brantrord nnd
Osborne Cord Binders.
IU, II10UU1, uuu u uu-iip-uij l
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Bulky  Rake,   Bpring
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantford Grain
Drill, te., ke.
ar Machines nlways on linml. Repairs
kqit, (lol.1
New Fish Market!
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
East of the Holbrook House, where will
lie found n full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of tho best quality.
Purchases delivered in any part of tho
oity.   A call ii toltcitod. inliiHto
ROYAL OITY
Mi m i,
IiimilTBB
HAVE (JN HAND AND ARU PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
— AM, DBSOHIPTIONS OT—
Rough & Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Plnnlm-, Scroll-Sawing, Turn-
Inn, Sliaplni",
And nll kinds of WOOD-FINISHINO,
executed to ovdor with tlio
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
RISK  OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RIC'-'ARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   0.
JOHN HENDRY,
MakAobr.
J. H. PLEIICE & CO.
IMPORTKllS ANI) DKAI.EHS IN*
HARDWARE
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C,  &C..
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on liuml, at
tlio LOWEST JfARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All klntlN <>r W'tli-r>i>l|H* Work, til rea>
Miiiiilili- rates by n runipvlrnl Work*
mn ii ; KntlMfhrHun giiiiriml-T-l,
Str Jobbing promptly attended to.
iioiiiiiook*. rtToxt; inii.iii\<;.
Sew WcNlmlmthT.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE C&MP'V.
I Ou> ItaoAii St. and 10 Pali, Mam,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Hmhlings, Goods, Wai-os, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships iu I'ort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Ciu-gotM of such'Vessels; also, Ships build -
iui* and repairing, Barges aiul other Vcs*
nils ou navlgablo rivei-s and eanals, and
(ioods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Gi-cat Piritain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries,
PIMM MISS OK IIAM.UiK HV KIRK.
Subscribed und Iuvcsted Capital,
£1,(500.000 STG.
Hates of Premium and every information cun be obtained on application to
W. j. AltJISTltONU,
Agent for New Westminster.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MARKET
YALE, PORT UO0DY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Tlio best quality of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will be kept constantly on hand.
All bills pit'senteil on the 1st of each
month, and must be paid by loth,
myl'.l.te] HAVEXS&CO.
XewSpringGoocls!
B
MRS.   STRANC
KliS TO INFORM HUR FHIENDS
that slio has roceivod hor stock of
FANCY    GOODS I
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHII.DBEN'S
SEADTHADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City.
Ssit' Noxt Door to City Drug Store.   apl8
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL HE REOiaVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to Iks had at T, R.
Prakhos ft Cn.'x, Now Westminster.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
apll
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sence from the province, Mr. Chas.
E. Woods will hold my power of attorney, and will net ns Manager of tho business of .limit'-* Ellnril ft Co. Mr. Woods
is authorized to receive moneys and sign
cheques and recoipts in the unmo of the
said firm.       JAMES W. H AKVKY,
Now Westminster, H.C. May S
niyiiU-to.
>, 188-1,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
THB CUUHAIT WOTliT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
TBE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to tho Public tliat he
lnu purchased tho above Hotel, whoro
everything will be found firat-class, and
at reasonable rates,
The Parlors mid Sleeping Apartments are under tho superintendence
of Mrs. Austin,
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, nud
woll Buppliod with books and papers, la
provided for the use of guests.
THE   BAB,
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liqijoils, Cigars, ftc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUKRARD       INTjET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
large nnd Commodious.
ONE OF THE 8E8T HOTELS ON TNE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Ppcjfjc
Railway.
WITH    OF    KOOMg    FOB    F.tMILlFM.
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will lie found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH MANNION,
Proprietor,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletoly re-furnished nnd otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, 1 have the pleasure to announce tliat it is now
For tha reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and woll appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And nil the most modem appliances, it
will bo found iu every respect tho best,
ns it is tho largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
Tho
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very beat man-
ugenieut both ns regards crisiNE and
attendance, and parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special nttuinlnnec.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winks and
LIQUORS, nud the best brands of Cin.uts
.vill always be bept on band.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and provided with Straiilk'hPatestCUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
kW Good   attendance   and   moderate
charges,
J. E. INSLEY,
l'ROPIUBTon k Masaokr.
I),v<ml>rr 1, 1882. (loO
THE   STEAMER
"BTT-A.iTa-EIL"
A. O. Ui:VJAfll\. M.tKTKR,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Kvi-rj' Wriliii'Mlii,. nl -, n. tu..
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN mul
I'ORT TOWNSEND, connootlng with
stenmm-s for nll points on tho Sound.
Rotaming, will ull from SEATTLE
ovory Mommy, at 7 ft. tn,, arriving hero
on Tuesday nfternoon.
For rates ol Freight or Fassngo, apply
to
np!4to
3, A. R. HOMER, Agont,
NowWe.t.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOR SINGLE
men, on Dallas streot.   Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
jc30-tc] Land Agont.
FOR SALE.
mllREE YOKE OF WELL-BROKE
X work oxen, in good ordor; will girth
7 feet and upwards. Also, two work
horses. A. S. VEDDER,
je20'2m] Chilliwhack, B. C.
OXEN FOR SALE.
rnwo good yoke op oxen,
1 wc;Il broken and in first-class working order. Also, au odd ox. For sale
cheap.   Apply to
DbJJECK BRO0. & CO.,    .
jel3-to] Brunette Mills.
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-buildings, with tlie Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry, For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, fto.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
FORSALE:
1£ NEW MILCH COWS AND
±0 Calves, and 40 Hogs. To be seen
at the shop of the undersigned, Ladner's
Landing. Also, 12 yoke broken oxen,
very large, girth 7_ feet. Enquire of W,
H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing, or U,
Nelson k Co.. Yale, er A. Brf, Nelson,
New Westminster. Will trade them for
beef cattle, at lowest cash price.
jc30-tc] U. NELSON ft CO.
0
Farm for Sale.
I0NTAINS 232 ACRES; FENCED,
_' dyked, and drained, and 70 acret
under cultivation. There are on the
premises four good houses, and all she
machinery necessary for conducting
fanning operations. Intending purohasj
ers may learn particulars on application
to the undersigned. Terms cash.
JAS. W. BOOTH,
je27-lm] Ladner's Landing, J
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs.
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
Tho situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building U divided
into two shows, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the promises to
ap21te W. J. FRENCH.
TdRJALET
LOT  2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    i,    "      xxn.
"   io,    -      xxvni,.
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT  4,   BLOCK   I.
"  8 4 9,   "       in.
"      4,       " V.
"      3,       " X,
"   18, 10, k 90, BLOCK XII1.,
Subnrban Lands.
Apply to
H.  V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP 4 MASON,
an30to Viotoria.
Dairy Farm for Sale!
MR. C. CHADSEY, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire front business o»
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable tenns his splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 520 acres of
Sralrie land, of wliich loO acres are un
er fence. There is a good dwelling
house on tbe place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
largo uud profitable business in dairy produce. Dairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if desired. For terms apply to the owner on
the place, personally or by letter.
Sunins, April 0, 1883. aplltc
-OF-
VALUABLELAND.
T AM INSTRUCTED BY THE MORT-
Igagee to sell, by public auction, at my
office, Columbia street, on Wednesday,
the 15th day of August next, at 11
o'clock a. m., under power of sale contained in a mortgage whieh will be produced at the time of salo, the SW \ of
Section 15, Township 8, District of New
WcHtminBter. A number of acres are
cleared, nnd there is a good dwelling
house and other buildings. For particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Auctioneer.
Or to     GORDON E. CORBOULD,
jyl 1-td] Solicitor for Mortgagee.
W. R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hyack Hall.
Evory description of work'in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horse-Clothing etc. farThe heat Santa
Cms Leather used. Charge, moderate,
A trial solicited. [my 10-te.
NEW   OOODS!
—AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST ARRIVED, A GOOD 8ELEO-
tion oi DRY GOODS, comprising:—
havts, KlliltMN, Frtult H.wr rs, r.nwt.,
Miles' Md Urola- ■«., t'olUn, Tin,
and Unndkerrtjleft, 1-ri.ls Md Ores.
(jowls, l:rrioMcs, FImmui, skirtings,
MbrelliiR., Table Linen, Brown H.llnnds,
r«ll«K», Bnnwla, Hinnkeis, *r„ i'lenv
er's Terebrne »o.p, Honey nnd Almond
Ulvetrlnt, Calvert's 4'nrh.lle, Brown
Windsor, l-erlktMI,, Ae.
Al.o..Hnnlw.tr, Tool., Dear Fllll...,
sask .'listeners, Serewa, Itnlb, die,
Anent lor Harper Twelvrtrre'. Wask-
[lsTprl.c tendon, Paris nml Vienna Exhibitions, Will wish for rurally ot I In a
lloursi no Ironing). mhll NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Gem Jars, io	
Executor's Notice..
-School Furniture...
High School	
 0. G. Major
, W. Norman Bolo
 E. Robson
H. M. Stramberg
Notice H. V. Edmonds
Teacher Wanted W. H. Ladner
Special Methodist Church
liu fritisli
Columbian.
"Utnrdar Morning
, Jill)  .1. 1SS3.
Indian Fishing.
For some dnya the Indians up tlie
river have been much excited uver
the seizitre of their nets by order of
'the fishery overseer. Theso nets
were found staked in tlie river,
abovo tidewater, which is tho limit
jf of seine fishing. At least ono of
$' them is said to have been stretched
across a slough in such a way as to
shut tip the entrance. The fishery
regulations forbid seine fishing above
tido water. These regulations mako
no distinction between Indians and
white men. All aro at liberty to
fish below the tide water limit witli
seines, but above that limit only
dip nets may be used. The Indians
claim that this regulation cuts off
their principal food supply und that
the result cf its enforcement will be
poverty and want. They also assert
that their forefathers, long before
the application of the fishery regulations to this river, were accustomed to use seines, and that their
hereditary rights are being interfered with in the. interest of the
pale-faced invader. On tho other
hand tlie fishery authorities maintain thnt they cannot permit Indians
or any person to put nets in the
Fraser above tide water, and especially iu the sloughs. These are the
natural spawning beds of the fish,
and if they are pursued and caught
there, or prevented from reaching
tlieir beds, the fish supply will soon
become exhausted. The Cheam
Indians have worked themselves up
almost to fighting point over this
matter. Wo have a letter from
Chief Alexis containing some statements which we do not think it
would be prudent to publish. The
whole matter lias, in the mean
time, been referred to tho Dominion government fishery agency at
Victoria, and a final adjustment mny
be looked for shortly. , So far ns
Capt. Pitteiidrigh is concerned, he
has done nothing more than carry
out the instructions of tho authorities for whom he acts. He hns no
discretionary powers in tlio matter,
and it is dourly his duty to enforce
the existing regulations.
crept in which have prevented the
consummation of tho agreement, und
to some extent the country suffers.
But who is responsible for tliis?
Mainly the late government, for if
they had resigned when they hud
been defeated it is more than piot.
able that the settlement would now
bo complete. It ill becomes tho
opposition organs, therefore, to howl
about the settlement net. They had
better howl ut the stupidity uud
want of patriotism exhibited by
thoir own leaders.
School Furniture.
1 TABLE, 24 CHAIliS, 20 DESKS, (i
1 Maps, 2 Blackboards,  1 Bell; almost
new; for snle nt a Decided llargaln.
jy21 to] E. ROBSON.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A D*ULy QUALIEIED
Teacher for Trennnt Public School.
Apply to W, II. LADNER, Sec.
Ladner's Landing.
Colonist Copy (lino)
To Rent.
QAAORES OP SPLENDib FARMING
OU land, with residence; fenced nnd
ditched; suitable for a dairy farm; situate nt Broirnvillo. Terms easy. Apply
to WOODS k TURNER.
Now Westminster, July 20, 1883. [lm
The Reason Why.
We  nre free to ndinit thut the
failure  of  the settlement bill between the provincial nml Dominion
governments   is  vory   unfortunate.
It was hoped unci expected thnt the
matters in dispute would bo brought
to u final settlement tins year; that
tho railway Innds would be opened
and an effort made to havo thein
brought under cultivation; that the
dry-dock would bo taken completely
off our hands und carried on us a
Dominion work, and that work on
the island railway would have been
commenced almost immediately.    If
these matters had been satisfactorily
adjusted the province would now be
reaping fully tho advantages of the
settlement, nnd   an  additional impulse   would   be given to business
everywhere.    But while the organs
of the late government arc denouncing the present administration for the
delay which has arisen, they seem to
forget the  causes   which  brought
about that delay.   The general elections   took   placo in July of last
year.    Before the end of that month
the old administration must huvo
been cognizant of the fact that it
had   siill'ercil  unmistakable defeat.
Its plain duty wus to resign ns soon
as the ufiairs of state could be adjusted   and   give its successors an
opportunity of preparing a policy
before the house met.    But the old
administration did nothing of the
sort.    By means which no honorable
statesman wonld make use of Mr.
Beaven clung to ollice and kept up
a kind of semblance of government.
When the house met it proceeded to
do    it-hat   everybody   expected   it
would   do, and   Mr.   Beaven   was
forced to retire in dishonor.    The
house   was   in session, and it was
deemed expedient undor the circumstances that members should not be
put to the inconvunieiico of going
home to allow tho formation of n
new government and the development of a policy.     The result wus
that tbe present government had to
meet the house almost at once and
go on with general public business.
They bad no time to mature plans
beforehand.     Tlio basis of settlement had to be framed, discussed,
agreed upon, and theu sent to Ottawa fat- consideration.    The time whs
too abort, end the members became
impatient to get away.   In the baste
of   hftilatlon   mbnndentandingt
NOTICE.
A PUBLIC MEETING WILL HE
held in tile Hyack Hall this evening at 8:30, to receive the report of the
Dominion Day Celebration Committee.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
jy21.lt Mayor.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
A MEETING OP THE SUBSCR11*-
ers of the Royal Columbian Hospital will bo held at the ollice ef the
President at 4 p. in. on Monday, 2!lrd
July, 1883, to elect a Director, vice Mr.
W. H. Keary, resigned.
By Order.
W. NORMAN BOLE, Pres.
July 10th, 1883. jy21-lt
Executor's Notice.
In the Ks'Iatk or Hush MoRoberts,
Dkuea-so,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nil sums duo to the. above estate
must be pnid to W. I). Foi-Hb, Ksij,,
within one month from flute; nnd
ulK-I-iiiiis nguiust tlio said estate must bu
presented to liim within the same period.
F. McCLKKHY, Executor.
JulyliOth, 18SH. [jy21-lin
HIGH SCHOOL
rPHE COLLEGIATE ANI) HIGH
_L School will not re-open on the 1st
of August, as announced. Classes will
be formed, however, and instruction given in high school subjects between tho
hours of 0 and 5 p. m. of every day except Sunday; so that pupils, by taking
at the public schools in the forenoon the
studies common to both public and high
schools, nnd attending these classes iu
the afternoon, may receive the full benefit of an ordinary high school course,
For terms nml pnrtieulai-s apply to tlm
undersigned. H. M. STRAM BERG.
Now Westiniuster, July 20, I88.J. [lm
FOR   SALE.
rpENDERS WILL UE RECEIVED
X by tlio undersigned up to noon' on
Wednesday, 8th August next, for the
purchase of 13 milch cows, the property
of tho late Hugh McRoborts, together
with the appliances for the milk business,
consist in-,' of cans, pails, kc., and tliu
good-will nf tho business, Tho successful tenderer will lie entitled to the uso
of tho stables for a limited time, at a
nominal rent. Particulars on application. The highest or nny tender not
necessarily accepted.
F. McCLEEKY, Executor.
Dated July 20th, 1883. fjySl-til
GEM JARS,
JELLY GLASSES.
CHEAP TUMBLERS,
 AND	
Bottling- "T^Tas:
C.G.MAJOR'S.
. iy2i-tc
IMPORTANT TO
FISH CANNERS
rpHIS SIMPLE DEVICE SAVES AT
1 least ninety per cent uf the lalior of
cleaning canB, aud also prevents leakers.
It is exceedingly Bimple, cannot get out
of older, and will lust for years. It has
beon adopted In the canning estnblish-
incntn of Messrs. Uidlaw k t'o. and
Ewen k Co., where it gives great satisfaction. Tho Protectors will he sold at
a very reasonable figure in comparison
with the benefit derived. Patented in
Canada, and patent applied for in the
United States. Canneries snpplicd by
Messrs. E. S. Scoullar k Co. Particulars on application.
jy21-lm]        THOS. LEVI, Patentee.
NOTICE.
ESTATE Of EBEHEZER BROWN, DECEASED.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the alinre Estate lire rcijncstcd to
Rny the same to the undersigned, .1. S.
luevett, lit New Westminster; and nil
claims against the said estate are to lie
sent in accordingly.
,1. S. KNEVE'LT, 1 „      ,
W, C. WARD,    J "WMUf**-
Dated 12th July, 1883.       jlyl'ml
Card of Thanks.
mHE LADIES OF THE ROMAN
1 Catholic Church beg to return their
sincere thanks to tho citizens of Now
Westminster, and the genoral public for
thoir liberality in patronizing tho Jtamar
held for the benefit of tho Sisters of Bt-
Ann, Special thanks nro proffered to
thoso who kindly sent refreshments,
flowers und other contributions. Tho
lum realized lomewhat exceeds five bun-
dwddollwi. Jyll-.lt.
Situation Wanted.
AS BOOK-KEEPER, OR CLERK IN
a store, by a young man who has
had considerable experience. Satisfactory references.   Address, A. R. C, this
otlice.
[jyis-tc.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEItEBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will bo pnid unless supplied by nn order from the Mnyor
or sonic member of tbe Council.
Ily Ordor.
JAMES OUR, C.M.C.
New Westminster, July 17, 1SS3.   [18-tc
^AUCTION SALE.
PRELIMINARY" NOTICE.
HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUC-
tions, I will sell by public auction
at the residence of tho late Mr. H. McRoborts, Ferris street, New Westminster, on Wednesday next, the 25th ill-
sitint, nt 10 o'clock n.m., the whole of
his household furniture and other effects.
Full particulars of which will be given
in duo time. T. J. TRAPP,
jyl8-tdj Auctioneer,
PTS' SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Piiixt-ii'Ai., - - - REV. C. il. BENTON
("railuate of King's College, N. fi.
This institution will be opened iu the
Fall. Honrd and Tuition, §200 per annum. Fop particulars apply to tho Bishop of New Westiniuster.        [jy7*3m.
JmJll Saint's
lission School
NICOLAVALLEY.
Lmiv PlllNCllMl. ■ •  • MISS WESTON
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION.
For terms for Boarders apply to
JOHN CLAPPERTON,
jy7-3ni] Hon. Secretary,
NOTICE.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
^> the undersigned intends making application tn the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres {more or less) of land in
Now Westminster District, described as
follows: AU that portion of an Island
lying in the North Skwnmish River,
emptying into Howe Sound. Snid portion of snid island being all that portion
of b-niil Island .situate south of the
Skwamish Indian Reserve.
JAMES VAN IIR AMUR.
__ my£0-2m
NOTICE
To Contractors anftBuilders
SEAl
em
endorsed, will be recoived by the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works up to noon on Thursday, (lie 2(Hh lllSl., for the erection of
a Lock-up nt Granville.
Plans ami specifications cuii be seen,
uud forms of tender obtained, at tho oflico of J. C. Hughes, Esij,, Government
Agent, New Westminster,
I'ho lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. S. GORE, Surveyor-Gcn'1.
Landa nnd Works Department,
Victorio, B. 0., Hith Julv, IS8H.
jylS-td.
Provincial Lunatic Asylum,
mlONDERS, ENDORSED "LUNATIC
.1 Asylum Supplies," for the under
mentioned articles required for the use
of tho Provincial Lunatic Asylum, New
Westminstor, for ono year from the lst
August next, will he reooived by this
Department, at Victoriu, until noon, on
Tuesday* the 24th instant:—
Firkin Buttor. Vlt)
Fresh Buttor,-Bth
H. I. Hllj.'»rt Xn. 1, "fl Hi
H. I. HUKtir, No. 2,T'lli
h. V, sugar (oruslietl), ffl it'
Hliie, No. 1, V- Ib
(•iiinuils,-filh
Fluiirii'.xtrtO.fUOOlli.-*
K.vriin,(Uttifornlii((ii|.h'ii,Vira!loii.
Ton, English Congou, y lb
Ton, Japanese, Y'lb
Yeast Powder (Preston .* Morrill's), fl
dozen.
WiishliigSiiiin.'illOOlk-i
Onstlle Soap, fl In
l.-iiimlryHuiij) (Colonial! "r1 ."ill lbs
Niiiinkhuiitiiii'iil. flit.
I'i'iirl Hurley, „
Spill Foils,
1'CIIK (wliolu) „
,]te»ns, large while.        „
Cofleo, boat ground,     „
COflDO. wlifilr niii-iit'-l,   „
Aliplr-MlrliHl. „
Peaches, „
Hum, „
Eggs, fresh, fl dozen
MiiKtiil-l.T'tb
Popper, ground, fl »•
Villi'-.'!!!-, nun- inuli.v mill-ni.
Caudles. Prlcr's Sperm, (' II>
r-nrtl,*b
Ti1tl-<1--",-i-:iii:lish1flit-
Tobacco, i'i rt,    „
Mntohos, B, & !u7h, fl dnxcii.
fllVO.C,    I'm
UretHl,      „
lli-i-r, Mnlti'ii, mul i'l-rlc,    1Mb
Ili-i-flllMl  Mlllll.ll, I'-il-Mi-lp    „
Salmon, fresh, „
Siiliiinii lii-|||i'N,'r-MjI
Milk, fl gallon,
Unmans l-Ulozen.
Miller's Mole PntatM, V |inlr.
liiev CunIon Kliiniii'l, v1 yard.
WHkIi Kin I,
Whito Twill Fliinnol,    „
(in-v Twill rianiiH,
(Irev ("union I'I I Shirt--,      r' dos-.ru
Wi-InIi do do
While Twill      do Dm with, nn-n'.i „
(Jtvy Twill        do do „
Heavy Duck shirls, „
MM|ipi'r*,t-IoMioi-ciii'i-<'l, „
Gloves, heavy cloth, men's, fl doz. nulr.
Heavy Wiiulicn Hindis, '-
Heavy Cotton floeks, »
Wide Grey Shod Ing.fl yard.
Heavy Duck,   '        „
Coats, Hootch Tweed, each.
Conts, Orogon Cloth.   „
Hlaiiicels. green, hint', ninl white, ::'-.;
polntlflpnlr.
Hi'if Cotton JM.-ici-t rrunilkoi'ohlof-*, -fl
dozen.
Corn Drowns, Pg'sf,
Hall, (Ini-l,.,? 100 lb.i
Coul nil, ■-! cal!.in, Downer's or Hhir
hmnd,
Nanaimo Coal, Wi-llim*iou orVnncnii-
ni'Coiri|iimy,-aloii.
RosUryl'fnoflcortl,
Potato-'--, fl Hit) itis
Mtiloiid, „
CiihhuK'', „
Turnips, while and Swedish „
Carrots, „
I'arsiil|iH, „
Samples of the principal m-tlules required can be seen at tho Provincial Secretary's oilieo, Victoria, and the Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
All articles to bu deliverud at the Asylum, Now Westminster, without extra
charge.
Security for the due performance of
the contract will bo required in each ease.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary,
Pi'orhicial Secretary's Office.,
Viotoria, B, C, mhJnly, 1883.
jy!8.M
GHFATSALE OF VALUIIAU*
British Columbia
Tlio Inmost nml mosl Important snlo nf
Iteiil Kstnte hy nm-tlnii  lliul ever look
place lu Urilish Columbia will he
COLON IAL1IOTEL,
TuBS(layiKMy3u833
The list com prises city aiid Suburban
lot-; in New Wi'slnii:is!i>r; Town and Mu-
luii-liiiii lulsin (lii< Town uf Port Miki.1v;
Town mul Sul-url-nii lol.; al ('mil 1 larliur:
Improved and L'lilinjn-iived IiijhIm onlhv
l-Yiis-T river. It In not yi.-i --miml.-tf, as
now paindsaiv licliu; i-.vcivi-d and will he
(-(-•ningin Ulilil lhe day uf sale. Pn-smis
wisiiiiiufu [iiu-ciiiisi- simiiiii L'ommunfoato
Willi the un.lci*.-.|-:n.'d and uhlniu a full
list previous to sale.
OESCRIPtiONOFPTlOPEBT/
PORT MOODY.—A number of Id's on
I Im- Clark i-slntc, n.-i fulluws: liloek ],!„■*
•1,-A, 1,7, and «, liixML- o-i'l; liloi-k II, Int.iH
ninl|l;!j|iick V,liils.|,.-|,ti,!i!].17:hluck VI,
lots-| and Ti; liloeli VI. two half Ii.ls, . asl
mul wi-sl nflui l,il.ixQifi'.-t; liloek Vll.lnis
Viand 7; hlui-k VII, two half lots, <<:isi
nnd Wf.il of lol L'JHxilllfei't. A numli.-riif
lnlson liu- MniTii.v i-slali-. Illm'k 1 lol -J:
hlock % lot ill; l.hii-k 11, lol I), on ,Ioli:
Klreel, block I, lor :;o; ldo.-k II, lots 17	
■IS; liloidt:!, lot :t:i; lilof k 1, lot III; block :
lol25J lot -170, ii.mil portion, IW acres, it
foot i'iiihI ninnliij; tliroii-*li Mils jiropd'h
the whole well walcn-d, wllh a soutiicn
iisi.cH.iiiiil whliln 1:1 chains nf sail walci
HAKTINUH.-IHoek I, lot IH), water prlv
Ileire.
m;ititAitnisi.i:THMAii.-i.oi >-,..mo
aci'cs, iiiii-llull.v fonood.
Ufiill IKLAXh, Fraser Itlvcr.-l.ot 23,
ranjii'l west, l-Mici-es;  lol hi, ruiifri* I west,
4ii acres,
south ARM, Krnsor Illvei'.-Lot 1!»,
ranj-i'-I, toll ncres. Ho open prairie, h! acres
limber, lllll rnill-hcarin-j lives, mu- ham
HllXlil) feci, oiled well illl* llnllsr l,S\::il.
MAl'ld-:   K Ilk IK.- Kilcn  Hunk  Itancli,
situate on Frasor river, conslstlti"; of ino
acres of luadi hind, 100of which arc cleared
SO under crop and :,ll pnslnre, Inr'-corcliiird
coiisisllinr of from ioo lo mi -Trull trees,
apple, plum and cherry, 1 good framed
harns, ::oxto mid .lOx.'li feet; 2 dwelling
houses, otn-11., sloiy wllii a i-omiis, anil one
1 slory with .1 rooms and kii.-h-.'-n; woi.d
shed, pinery, and appb- house. This
property Is spli-mlldly shiiaied. havin-.'
jlosl llllll express olllees on the plenii>!--i;
railway will ruiiliifn.nl of houses, aii-l is
within l!.;mHcsiifralIwa,vsiaif.iii:-liiiivii
and schools elnse; sloeli i-olislslili'.' of |:|
nillcll cows, ii horses, H(ll sheejumd la:.it.;:;
fiirmhh' Implements lo be sold with
ranch.
LANGL10V. - Motinintn "View Hunch,
coiisiniimrofjp.-iiicn-s of land, liwof wliich
arc under, crop and fenced, willi neotu-
iiiodlonsandcoiiiforliildi'dwcllin-ho-.iie,
and upwards of Hisit) im|irovemenls; ihis
Is a rare chance for a.iv one wish In-.'a
honiesleml,ni tiie land Is <,f superior.iiiil-
Ily and next lo lhe far-famed Hudson
linvr...'- f.oi...
MISCKLLANKOUS. — Hloelt .1 nortii,
raiitfi-.'iWi'M, 10J!.;iieivs,eas1i„of J*.*, liloek
,*., rmc-'i' .1 w.-si.pur'of lo: llif i itien-;; vo
aeres jM'alrie.L'.'laeces willow and cnili-tip-
plc.wllhl-rooiiied Itilllhei- house, !,mj.||t.
and f-niove; the whole has hveinlvkedf
(i iiilIes from New Wesliiilnster. Thi'.Mill
Sileot Harrison river, with timiditi-.-.-,orchard aiid:',Vflove|--.sliol waler wheel: hiO
aeres oflainl wllh cerliflcate of Iiniaovc-
nieuts; also S{H| acres of leased ilmher
binds. lllSneres of lhe licst prairie hunt
In lhe Province, hi one ldo-1;, sltanreoii
ISnrion I'rairh-.iit ihe hack of Si. Marv's
Mission ,-in,l very nearilie line of i'. 1'. )l.,
witli one -.-mnll hon*- fln-reon; ,m.> of the
inosi il.-siralilepleees of land in tlie Pro-
fiiriiilnjj   i
oh, Nil
a I In
:d rn
.u^li; |ii(i ncrcH, ro undi
ion, In tiniotiiy; t.'l) fritII-hear!ml- trees;
diL'il.-lffllxllfl.   Ml aeres, •.-.■nailer's i-i:-ht;.V
'.lomcd IU!.llierhouse;e.ood rv; IVe-res
inder cullivallon; .',il h.-urliif,' fnil! tree.;,
irliiclpaily apple; will wllltf machine,
lay rakc„si)iin horses, 2 plows, harrow,
;el Idin-ksinfib tools ami simp. SeelsSi-iai
il.Tp 11,(110 acres In each; tclcirraph line
riinnlnj; tliruii«h* clay loam; no lionvy
timber, mostly eopswood. Lot M7. crouji
one, coulalnlii-' tiS aei'es, slliiale id (he
liim-iioiiof I'lil mul Fraser i-tvers; ii miles
'rom New Westminster; parilv e!-:(iv,I;
Idemiid river ].I ivil- V ■ ; close [,i line of
C. 1'. it. Mi acres, north V.ot iiorihi-usi '■.,
section !i. lowndiip il, willi road niniilm,'
throuj:h lo Mud Hay; D miles from New
'" inlnslcr; alder hoiloin. wllh ih- lo
I. Sunny Side Slock Itain-li.al Ihe
fool of Nieola l,;d;r,eoii.:i-:ti!i.;,,f'.':;ia-r.-s
belli 111 fee simple, Willi l".; miles of s-i.,]-e
Uncoil Nieola l.ajie, wiih" a slock run of
upwards of ;ilH)0 acres; huiieli ■.:,:< -; 17
head of entile, liielitdiii-; slcers of .*, and H
yem-s old; S head of horses;;; | dw-llimr
liouse;  stables, corrals,  fi
Id
iilu
utc.
Is, sell
alcncinhhorhood. l.-.ls-.ul and L'O.',-roup
" anilsoulliwcst '; s.-cllon ;l, lownship 17,
l*,llaei'es; -iUUof whicli is o|ieii prairi.-; loll
acres of lil^li laud; maple ami alder; ].*.
iii-res cleared and fenced; (joinI dwelliiiL'
no of 7 n is; tmrn ami sheds |iiix::iifi
lllll,' IOO tons of bay and siahliu- 7a
head of slock; i*ood dairy L'OxlJ, laih and
pl-is.cri'd.iloiihl-- walls, IS lnehes ai.art;
L-llOfriiil-liearinyirecs from Ul to J.", veins
Till acres prairie fenced, and P.; miles
of cllchcllt; isone of the l.esl s'.o'ck aad
dairy farms on Fr.is.-i- river; will h,-sold
on easy Icrins.
NKW WKHT.MIN'STKIt. Hloek 18, lol T.
oltv. Hlock Ha, lot ;i, di v. liloek :,, ua in,
sulaisliaii. l.otsi', :i, ii, s. ;i, ami lu, pelham
sir.-ei, si. Amlrew's Wind, liloek :;i, lo: :'.
HlOCk !tl, lol II; Ihi-.-e.-oiia-e-.f.-oiiiin-:,,,,
Clinton place and Cliiilon >:i-cci,ln lots
euehiili^MMfl.     Illo.-I;   li,  s Ir. Isjoiis  ef
losimid i!,siitiiirbmi. No. 1 -oin.-r |o ,
iiixlf. ft froiiln*' ou Park Iain- mid P,-i-
liam slreel. I,ols •_» lo", fron!h,;:mi,J'e|.
ham street. Lol S,corner, fi-ontlngim Pelham slreel. Lots il nml 10, S-Jxl7.Stl each,
fronting on I'elhum nml Clinton streets,
liloek :i, lot hl,siil.url-an,.-,aeivs, parM.illv
ch-nreilielos- mil. road.      liloek    I, lot
M;|.*iaeres; spkndld limherlol; within a
mileofciiy. Hlock XI.lot l.froiiliii-roii
Kills street.     Hlock l!7,  lol -||; a-ood lo';
point In-,-on rnr -von siivci.   liloek ;l-i,s
Lof lol 17, 1-10 of an acre. Hloek '.•Hi, N !..
o'f lol 17, 1-IOof an acre. Hloek :;*,, lol la",
subdivision   No.   I, frontliij,' on Ijueen's
Avenue   ami   HoukIiis   street   and I ;
sph-mlid laiihlim- slli>. Suh-livision No.
■2, front I iu,' on lionchis slivl mid lane,
subdivision No. :t, fnmlttiK on [JoukIhh
slreel and lane, liloek IM, lol'Ja, froiiliiiK
on Attucs slreel, Louise ciirilciis mid lane;
fenceil, cleared, Ac; barn on Ilia lot; a
goniUlic. Hlock S, lol 7, I acre; (traded,
■leaved and fenced; frontlii<* on ipieen's
Vvenue. Hloek 5, lot S; 1 aeiv; -raded,
clemvd ami fenced; froulin;,* on uueeii's
Avenue; splendiillv '.lllialed, ad ioii'i-.' the
ivsidellieof W. ll.TuWI!si'iiiM-:.s.!. Illoe!;
N, lol ,-i; III acres; stremiiruniiliiK throucb
properly.  Hlock li, loi 0; k acres.  Hlock
III, lol 28: 'J1.-, acres.    Hlock Hi, lo! 7; 2s:i
elinlli--.    Hloek :-.l,lo|-.ii.u.l .i; .1 I.i  r(i,
on this lol let fors.j, >7, and J|(l ivspeellve-
|V. Hlock'Jil, lol II; house mid lol, Albert
Terrace. 2M! acres of laud on Ilie Scolt
road, opposllc New Wesl minuter;'J';; miles
fiitlil l-rascrrlvfi'.
SPHOIAL   1TOTICIS.
Until further notice, au Auction Sale
will be hold op the first Saturday of
ovory mouth, beginning Saturdav, Aug*
nsb 4th, Ib83, ut which will ho offuroil
ucuural iiioi'oliamiUo, farm nml dairy produce, etc. Any person having auytliiny
to :u-il, and any person wishing to purchase, should nttend,
.-m m~-fan hi a*,
In connection with the Agricultural Fair
to be held in this city, the undersigned
proposes holding
ANAUGilONSALV:
On the evening of the first, tlay of Fair
of lloim-Sll'lUlK, Wild MIIHl, MC. On
tlm second day of Fair an miction sale
will he held of StttCk 1)11(1 Kllt-ltl I'l'O-
'lllCC. This will give an opportunity to
Fanners of disposing of their breeding
und other stock, and also to purchaser-*
H I'lllllin- 0l' Sl'llill-J H'liill IllC) lllll)'
require in that lino, without having to
search to country for the siu'iie, Thi-*
early opportunity in taken with a viow
to giving partiea desiroua of dispoaing of
their Farina or property, a III pic I line
to make tlie same public, so that
likely purchasers may have an opportunity of visiting and uecing for themselves,
which they could not dn at a short notice. This will bo ait opportunity
Mint tins ucver occurred before, and
every Farmer should make a point of
visiting New Westminster ou that necji-
sion. AH that Is rt-i'iiin-ri of tlmsc
who wish to dispose of thoir property iy
that thoy communicate full parttcillnrM
to tho uudumgueil as soon as possible,
giving the lowest cash price, they will
tako for tlio name, ff stndi price is uot
realized there will be no charge made,
Iu this wny a farm or a tract of land at
Cnriboii or Kiunloops or Nicola Valley
can be disposed of without thu owner lining put to the least expense ur iucuuvou-
icuco thereby. Full particulars of sale
in due time,
T.J. TRAPP,
jyH-ttl Auctioneer,
WANTED.
POSITION AS BOOK.KEEM.R BY
a man thoroughly competent. Will
go to uny section if wages will justify.
Seven years' experience in business.
Best of references furnished. Address,
BOOK-KEEPER, this office.   [jy7-te.
Saddlery Lost.   .
A CASE OF SADDLERY,' ADDRESS-
od "J. C. Hayncs, Esq., Osoyoos, B.
0."; last seen in H. li Co.'astore, Hope,
in the fall of 188ii. The Saddlery was
made by "Lcnntin, Grafton street, Dublin," A suitable reward will bo given
for tho recovery of the articles.
0. P1TTENDRIGK,
For J. 0. Haynes.]    Now Westminster.
 jy!8-'m.	
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lady Principal,    •   MISS DAWSON
Vick Principal, - MISS K. DAWSON
For terms for Boarders and Day scholars, apply to
C. E. WOODS,
jy7-tc] Hun. Secretary.
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ceecec "Y\7 *|]1 T) T> J Q ececco
ocecee VV Jli 1) J3 O . coeeeo
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Shotguns, Rillcs, Hcvolvci-s go to
-OTXIJESB'S.
If you want a day's sport, call at
Cartridges, Powder and Shot buy at
Fish-hooks, Flies, Lines and Rods soo
-OTEISIB'S.
For fragrant Cigars k Tobacco use
Meerschaum, Briar ami Wood Pipes goto
Tobacco Pouches, Purses, Match Safes at
Spectacles, Reading and Eye Glasses
that you can see through at
Pocket Knives, Razors k Scissors, got
Playing Cards, Dice k Cheques sec
Machine Needles, Oil & Attach incuts, try
What you cannot get elsewhere
TTT-e-bTo's O-ot.
WHO IS WEBB?
CAU. ANT) SEE.
Cohmiliiii St., New 'VoBtiiiiustdr, II. C.
OhTT-aa-sisaxfxx.
joEO-SH-to
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pipe
and Pipe   Fittings iu Endless
Variety.    All kinds of
SBIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done in neatest stylo and most thorough
manner.
Ming Goods
Of every description on hand,
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLAR&CO
Wholesale dealers k Ma nil facta rem,
Columbia   Streot,   New  Westminster,
mylfl-tc,
U. S, 0UBTK, H. CI.AUKK, M, |i.
DIBM
DIRECT IMPORTERS
And wholes-ale ami retail dealers in
Dnigs&eii^iiikiils,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE  STUFFS,
Lamps aud Lamp Goods, etc.
Oils of Every Description,
Solo Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colouial Hotel,
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B, G.
myO-to.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
Consisting in part of
XD23TT   GOOIDS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC,
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
TRAPP
BROS.
Front street,
Hew   Westminster, B. G.
 Dealer In....m...
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS   AND   CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention lo Farmers1 Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
CHAS. McDONOUGH.
myl6-tc.
SELLING
■OFF-
SELLINC
-OFF-
-FOIt THIS -
tat Reduction
 FOR-—
CASH ONLY
I'ho romaimlerof their lar-*o ami
WELL ASSORTED STOCK
Of Spring and Summer
DRESS GOODS
CLOTHING AND
MILLINERY
To Mako room for a largo
Now on tho wny for tho Fall and
Winter Tnulo,
Call And Examine.
iyll-te.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO OAN TAKK CHARdl*
of and nm a Huntinjjtuii XliinKlu
Bliinglt! Machlno. Steady employment
nti4 good wages to a flrst-etitss mau. No
othor need apply.
R. STBVIOIBON,
Jj-7-to] Chilliwhack.
importers of
GENERAL
WI* HAVE
OTOURTS
New Goods
,—FROM- -
LONDON   DIRECT.
iflll D«
LOVELY SHADES,
HIE ITEMAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
Harvesting Machinery.
Buckeye and Warrior Mowers, Steel Plows, Gilpin and
Itliica Horse Unices, the Johnstone Combined Reaper nnd
Mower, the Johnstone Reaper, the EcCormick Harvester
and Binder (the best in the
market), Harpoon Hay Porks.
TRirr
BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS.
jefl-te,
IMPORTANTTO SHIPPERS.
New Through Route Betwkkn Pout-
land and New Westminster.
THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co. will dispatch tho
steamer Ulpsy from Now Tacoma with
Hour nud merchandise for New West-
mister direct on July 12th, 1883, and
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from l'ortlnml, Hour
and food, SO por ton of 2,000 lhs.; merchandise, §8 per ton of 2,000 lhs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traflie.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffic.
jy4-tc] O. E. CLANCY, Agent.
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LAUG-
tist assortment of Clocks ovor hold
on tho Mainland of British Coluinhia.
Nickel Clocks, nt $2.25 (warranted).
Seth   Thomas'   Klckcl Alarm, at
83.25.
All kinds of   "Iniltcl   nnd   IIDrr
Clocks.
'Vnltllfllll Watches, coin silver cases,
from 815 upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware  and Optical
floods.
Columbia Strekt,
au2 Npw Westminstor, B.C.
KIECKSTffl,
lll'PIISITK P10NEKK WHARF,
FRONT STREET,
NEW     WESTMINSTER.
im-ORTKR AM) PKALF.R IN
Dry Goods, ('lollilng,
lints nnd Millinery,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Cigars mid Tobaccos,
fruits nnd Confectionery,
Stock large and woll selected. All
Ooods lirst-clnsH, and will he sold nt
vory low prices for cash.
mhl4 M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
?-£.&£ E3S
db CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots und , Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glnssware, Lamp
Slock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and StoreB, StoveB
nnd Tinware, Plumbers"
Goods, Pltt8ter,Ceinent, Lime,
&o., fe).
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash.
April 0th, 1883.
•pt liu gritfeh gfltatnbfan.
Hnluriluy Momlniz, -Inly 31, 1883.
i'AMsF\-;i:its.
18.—Mrs Bone, Mrs Weston, Mrs Pooley,
MInk ltobbin, Mrs Puttley, Misses Mqalrlj
Carter, BosHl.Lumblcil, Williams, McKay,
Miller, Ferguson, Melcalf, Webb, Ledum,
Miller, l'cmiiKon, Metei
Shcud, Irwin, Gilmorc,
nnd l-"i ullii-is.
Per str. Reliance, from Yale, July 20.—
Mrs Harrington, Ondordonk. JohilBtone,
Williams, latins. Van Vnlkenbei'--;, Winter, Colcnuui, and 10 others.
Per sir. Irving, from Ynlo, July 20.—Mra
Towle, MlBsTowlo, MlBB'NlQholson, Rob-
otliam.Kylo, MeDoniiltl.Miillni'.Colville,
Johnson, Lesler, Molian, Jones, Mlguol,
HtovoiiH, McLeu, Teii','iio, Hill, Best, Husk,
Slookton,Qroenwood-Snilbrd,(Jui)truHlL*y,
MeArthur, nnd OOClilncse.
Per sir. Princess Louiso, froin Victoria,
July 20.—Rosenborg, Bnnoroft, Waters.
Tolmlo, Lewis, Lciikss. Cnrtor, B.-utton,
Patterson, Phillips, Campbell, Stotiffer,
Edson, Mrs Davjos, Anderson & wt, Mon
tague, McTlcrnun, ilie two
Misses (in
Thu chain-gang nro making excellent
progress on Market Square.
Tho str. Irving brought down 140
head of cattle yesterday fur Greaves.
The inventory of John Brown's estate fixes it at £6,800, moat of which
Jb money in bank,
Mr. Wm. Holmes, with a gang of
mon, ii at work repairing the road between thia city and Hastings.
On Tuesday Mr. H. V. EdmondB completed a sale of Port Moody property,
near tho North road, for 83000.
Hev. Dr. King, of Toronto, Iiiih been
appointed principal and professor iu
Manitoba Presbyterian College.
The-two young deer caught in the
river last week have been presented to
Capt. Irving, and are now at Victoria,
The captains at Moodyville and
Hastings propose to give a ball at
Granville Hall next Wednesday evening.
The atr. Princess Louise leaves for
Victoria at 10 this morning. The
change is on account of low water at
the mouth.
The water iu the rivor at Yalo is
falling very rapidly. Within the past
three days it is reported to have fallen
5 or 6 feot.
A meeting will beheld in the Hyack Hall to-night to receive a report
from the Dominion Day celebration
committee,   Soe adv.
There was a slight shower of rain
on Wednesday afternoon, but it did
nothing more than lay the dust. Weather continues very dry.
The hotels and cottages at Hastings
present quite a brilliant appearance,
there being a large number of visitors
at that favorite watering place.
The str. Yosemite arrived at Victoria
on Thursday afternoon. She will probably remain there a few days until
her internal fittings have been completed.
Tho oxpenses of the French"mission
to Moscow at the time of tho Czar's
coronation amounted to 880,000, the
German to $00,000, the Austrian to
840,000.
A white man for selling liquor to
Indians, and an Indian for having liquor in his possession, were before the
police court yesterday, and wore remanded till to-day.
The finances of Paris aro not satisfactory. The budget for 1883 amounts
to 282,600,000 francs. The only reserve fund to bo fallen baok upon does
not exceed 7,000,000 francs.
Great quantities of blackberries are
being brought in by the Indians, which
find a roady sale among our citizens,
Theso berries form a very wholosoine
and delicious article of food.
In our advertising columns is offered
for sale some material which has been
used in the high school. Any person
intending to start a sohool will find
this a good opportunity to secure an
outfit.
Mr. W. B. Kvle arrived from San
Franoisco on Wednesday night, aud is
now preparing for business. ' The
goods are on board tho steamship Victoria, whioh should arrive here tomorrow.
Thirty yearlings belonging to Queen
Victoria wero recently sold by auction
in the royal paddocks at Hampton
Court, and the total amount realized
was 6,955 guineas, or an average of
nearly 242 guineas.
There were eleven ships in Burrard
Inlet yesterday; one at Port Moody,
six at Moodyville and four at Hastings.
The Pacific- Slope having completed
her cargo at Moodyville, was to Bail
last night for Australia.
Mils Dawson, the new principal of
Columbia College, with her sister,
Miss K, Dawson, Bailed from Liverpool on the 16th June. They are accompanied also by Miss Weston, who
is to succeed,Miss Kendall at Nicola.
—Cli. Gazette.
Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice
of England, will visit Winnipeg iu
August with Sir John Macdonald.
Ho will go to the end of the track,
and be one of the illustrious visitors
at Calgarrv on the 15th of August.—
Winnipeg Sun.
MET-nornsT Cuukuh.—Tho pastor,
Rov. E. ltobson, will preach at II
a. ui. and 7 p. m. to-morrow. A full
attendance of tho members of tho congregation at tho evening service ib
specially requested. Sunday School
nnd Bible Class nt 2:30 p. ui. 'Seats
freo; strangers always welcomed.
 •» ■—■
Patented.-- Mr. Thos. Levi, of
thia city, has received n patent for his
Eurka Can-Filling Protector, to wliich
attention was willed somo time ago iu
the Columbian. The Protector is now
offered to canners, and Mr. Levi informs ub that it lias given much satisfaction wherever used. Soe adv. iu
another column.
. Piusoners. —Fivo prisoners ciuiio
down yesterday on the Reliance; Thos,
Murray, 0 mos. with hard labor for
selling liquor to Indians ut Lytton:
Johnny, an Indian, assault with intent
upon an officer at Lytton, for trial;
Robt. Walker and Patrick Hickoy,
selling liquor to Indians at Lytton, 2
mos,; Jaa. Ibbotson, of Yale, vagrancy,
6 mos.
Engaged. — The trustees of the
public school have accepted the services of Mr. H. M. Stramberg, B. A.,
as teacher to fill the vacancy caused
hy the resignation of Mr. C. 1), Rand,
B. A. We believe tho trustees have
made a wiso selection. In conao-
quonco of thia step, however, we suppose the high school scheme falls to
the ground. This is much to bo regretted.
Fitoiw Above.--Mr. A. M. Nelson
returned to this oity yeBterday aftor
an extensive trip in the upper country,
Ho reports the drought excessive
everywhere. About Nicola the hay
and grain will not go over half a crop,
and fires are raging terribly through
tho timber. Mr, Nelson brought
down 30 cattlo and 7 horses, and has
150 sheep on the way. Tho stock
went down to Ladner's Landing.
Hanlan First Again.—At Ogdens-
burg, N. Y., on the 18th inst., tho
scull race for the championship of the
world, between Ed. Hunlunof Toronto
and Wallace Ross of St. John, resulted
in anothor pull ovor tho course. Han-
Ian, who played with Ross from first
to last, won in 27:67£, by ovor a quarter of a mile. This time for 4 miles,
is tho fastost on record, although Han-
Ian stopped frequently, washed his
face, and indulged in various antics.
 ♦ -
Retired,—In our last issue we mentioned briefly that Mr, C. D. Rand,
B. A., had resigned his position as
teacher in the publio school of this
city. This action was quite unexpected by our citizens generally, and tho
announcement undoubtedly carries
with it much serious regret. For two
years Mr, Rand hns been at the head
of our public school, aud during that
timo tho progress of tho school has
been very marked. He had the rare
faculty of gaining completely the confidence of tho pupils and conducting
the exercises in such a way as to secure the interest and attention of all.
Education does not always mako a
successful teacher. Mr. Rand wns as
successful as any teacher whom wo
have ever known. His retirement
will be regarded by many ns a serious
loss to tho school. Mr. Hand hns determined, however, to tako up other
pursuits. He has rented the office adjoining Mr. Keary'a book store, nnd
proposes there to carry on business as
a real estate broker, collector and conveyancer. With his well • known
energy ho should succeed, and wo hope
his success will be continuous and
complete.
Teleorai'H Strike.— Lost Thursday
morning, at 0 o'clock, all the telegraph
operators in tho United States, from
the Atlantic to Portland, wont on
strike, and thoy aro striking yet. In
consequence of thia combination there
have been no despatches except such
as could be bundled by the telegraph
officers, or havo come over railway
lines. Tlio operators want an increaso
of 15 per cent, in pay, and a reduction
in the hours. The combination is ao
extensive and complete that it is altogether likely to be suceeaafnl.
Dominion Sawmill co.
A joint atock company, to bo known
as the Dominion Sawmill Company
(limited), haa lately boon formed to
tako ovor and run tho Web tor mill
in this city. The capital atock ia $50,-
000, and the principal shareholders are
Messrs. J. A. Webster, J. B. Hendorson, Jas. Gray, and A. A, Green of
Victoria. Tho now company have
taken posaeasion of tho mill, and propose to enlarge' and improve it immediately. Tho capacity of the mill
will  be doubled, and its operations
greatly extended.
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From Fort Moody.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
Tho great event of tho week has
been the commencement of track laying at the terminus. The firat mil
was laid on Wednesday, and the honor
of driving the first spiko belongs to
Mr. 0. D. Rand, B. A., of the Royal
City. Tho operation was witnesaed
by Mr. Hanoy, general superintendent,
Mr. Hill, engineer, and many others.
About half a mile of track was laid
during the day, and work still goes
on. Bush fires have been raging in
this vicinity for some timo, but not
much damage has beon done. Work
on the new road, from the North road
terminus to tho wharf, has been commenced, The road iB muoh needed,
and will be greatly appreciated.
From Kanaka Bar,
Wo learn from a correspondent
writing from Kanaka Bar, July Oth,
that Mr. Thos. Bennie got robbed of
$270 cash, some notes of hand, and a
silver watch and chain, and a gold ring.
Ho was in the habit of leaving his
watch on a shelf near his bed, so that
ho could soe tho time. Getting up a
few mornings since he found his watch
missing, and his next thought was his
pocket whero his money was. It, too,
was gone. No elue as to tlie robber.
This is pretty hard upon a man working for wages. Tho heat of lust week
above Boston Bar upon the railway
work was dreadful; the raging bush
tires along tho mountains, especially in
tho vicinity of Jackass mountain, caused intense heat for a time. Mr.
Thomns Sparling had a narrow escape
from a giant powder shot; it appears
that a shot not having gone off as expected he was iu tho uct of returning
when the explosion took place and a
piece of rook struck him on the shoulder, leaving a severe but not necessarily fatal wound.— -Sentinel,
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From Yale.
a common grievance. There ia a mail
each way onco a week botween Mud
Bay and New Westminster. The
schedule time for the departure of the
mail, as I understand, from Mud Bay
is 9 o'clock n, m., and for its urrivul
at tho sumo plume 4 o'clock p. in., and
the mail to be carried on horsebnek or
in a vehicle. The distance to be traveled is somo nine miles. Instead of
schedule timo being adhered to and
the public convenience considered,
what do we find? The mail carrier
leaves the office at any time between
5:30 and 8 a. m,, rarely if ever leu
than one hour ahead of time; nor is
the schedule time observed for the
arrival of the mail; for it arrives at
the office at any time between 6 p, m.
and 9:30 p. m. Sometimes it is oarried on horseback and sometimes in a
wagon. Now, Mr. Editor, this may
do for personB living close to the Mud
Bay post offico, but I ask is it right 1
It may suit the convenience of one person, but should the public be compelled to submit to such an inconvenience? Of course we can get our
letters or other mail matter at any
time; we have that advnntage over
you, but tho feeling in this community
is that it is too much of a good
thing that we should havo to go 5 or 6
miles for our mail and have to put up
with so much inconvenience, when
there is an appropriation made for the
establishment of a mail through this
settlement, and the sooner Baid route
is established between New Westminster direct and this place and the*
other settlements on the routo the
better it will be for ub.
Base Ball.—At a meeting held in
the Skating Rink last Thursday night,
a new club was organized, to be called
the Alpha, It is composed of the following 9: Peter Grant (President),
D. S. Curtis (Vice-Pros.), T. R. Pear-
ion (Sec.), W. J. Corbett, W. A.
-Greaves, O, Wilkio, Chris, Malier,
Wm. Codd, Robt. Wintemuto. Practice was arranged for Monday, Wed*
nesday and Thursday evenings, at 7
.o'clock. A meeting will be held
tnext Monday night at 0 o'clock in tho
flkating Rink.        	
ftRUKLKKs Shooting:. — In coming
down one of the streets in the rear of
the oity last Wednesday a lady was
vory much surprised by the report of
a gun and the whizzing of a bullet
across the road a fow foet in advance
of her. It is not knpwn what reckless
fool fired tho shot, but should tho
transgressor be caught ho should be
made to suffer tho severest ponalty tho
jaw allows. If such things are permitted no ono knows ho* soon he may
bo tho victim of some careless trifior
with deadly weapons,
ms>	
Shipping Items. — Str. Princess
Louise left for Viotoria and str. Irving
for Yale on Wednesday morning. Str.
Enterprise arrivod from Viotoria Wednesday night at 9.20, with 120 tons
froight. Str. Reliance left for Yalo
Wednesday night. Str. Dunsmuir arrivod from Port Moody Thursday
morning. Str. Relianco arrived from
Yalo yesterday morning at 11,30, Btr.
Enterprise left for Viotoria at 12, str.
Rithet arrivod from Port Moody with
1000 rails for Maple Ridge, Btr. Irving
arrived from Yalo nt 4.30, and str.
Princess Louise from Victoria at 5,30.
Blue Ribbon.—Tho meeting last
Wodnesday night was woll attended,
and interesting. Several instrumental
pieces by Misa DoBeck, Prof. Francis
and Mr. Jno. MoMurphy, jr., on tho
piano, violin aud cornet, were very
muoh appreciated. Mr. Win. Handcock road "Buried in n Well"; Miss
Lawrence, missionary from Kitamaat,
gave an earnest address bearing especially on the liquor traffic and its relation to the Indians nnd missionary
effort among them, Mrs. Knight recited the "Orphan's Prayer," and did
it perfectly. Sergt. -Major MoMurphy
sang a Scotch song to fill tho blank
caused by the absence of Mr, Calbick;
and Mr. A. R. Campbell recited the
"Flying Machine" in a very graphic
stylo and fairly brought down tho
liouso with tremendous and continued
applause. It waa Mr. Cainpboll's first
public appearance in this'city, and the
otub would be glad to hear him again.
A cordial vote of thanks was passed to
Miss DeBeck for the ellicient services
sho has rendered at the piano since tho
formation of tho club, and much regret
was expressed at the prospect of her
departure and that of other young
ladies, members of the club, for a few
years' residence in Ontario. Several
now names woro enrolled at tho closo
of tho meeting.
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Anothur China Case.—The China
assault cuso came up before W, D,
Ferris, Esq., J. P., on Wednesday
morning, The complaint was that
Mr. Holt,. a_ railway superintendent,
had mado an aggravated assault on a
Chinaman named Ah Ling, at Maplo
Ridge, on the 11th inst. Tho only
ovidonco taken was that of Wah Chung,
Ah Cow, and Dr. Trew. Ling himself was reported too much used up to
Sut iu an appearance, aa ho lies at
[aplo Ridge with a broken leg. The
two Chinamen seemed to give their
evidonoe in a very clear and straightforward manner through an interpreter, but as thore were no witnesses
examined for the defence it would be
entirely premature to offer un opinion
at present. The-evidence stated thnt
3 Chinamen, Ah Ling, Ah Chung aud
Ah Cow, wore engaged oy themselves
drilling a hole in a rock. Without
any previous warning Holt camo up
to thom, pushed Ah Ling violently
down aud kicked him twice on the
leg. Holt seemed to be angry nnd
kopt talking, but aa none of the Chinamen understood English they could
not tell what lie said. Ling's left leg
was broken when ho fell, and he
seemed to suffer considerable pain. A
white man from an adjoining gang
camo and out off Ah Ling's boot, and
ordered some Chinamen to carry him
to camp. Dr. Trew testified that
both bones of the left leg woro fractured juat above tho ancle, and the
leg was considerably swollen. Under
favorablo circumstances ho (the doctor)
thought he would be laid up 4 or 5
weeks. Mr. McColl, for the prosecution, asked au adjournment for 8 days,
with tho privilege of furthor adjournment until Ah Ling wns able to appear. The application was grantod,
Mr. Holt was placed in custody, but
obtained bail for his appearance, Mr,
Bolo appeared for the defence.
It is understood horo that the Railway Company are preparing to do their
landing .of froight below Murderer's
Bar, (4 miles tho other Bide of Hope,)
and a connection will be made with
tho railway. This will ho against the
interest of of Yale and Emory.
Wc learn from travelers and teamsters thut work botween Nicomin and
Spenco's Bridge along tho railway is
lively; too much so for somo of the
teamsters that are subjected to delays
and risk from accidents in consequence
of tho dirt and stones blocking up the
Cariboo road in places. Somo of tho
cranks, called bosses or China herders,
seem to think that the railway contractors own the peoples' old established line of travel, ana exercise very little courtosy to persons who have to
risk life and property in getting past
difficult locations, Unless more care
is taken by the Company's officials bills
for damages will be presented to the
Railway Company.
Mr. P. Fnirweather nrrived down
Monday evening, aud reports the Eagle
Wagon Road work progressing favorably. About60 men are constantly nt
work, and have completed some eight
miles of the road. Mr. F. is uow ad*
vortising for 100 men, graders and
choppers, which it is tho intention to
send to the work as Boon as possible.
When he left preparations wero going
to begin blasting out some rock at the
eight mile point. Powder and supplies
wero upon the way up to Eagle river,
and will be teamed over the newly
mado portion of the road. We learn
that quito a market is found for the
settlers along the river, Shuswap lake,
Spallumoheen, etc., as tho camp requires supplies. The steamers can run
up to a landing six miles, (where Major
Rogers stnrted his trail,) but at mouth
of the river is whero the wagon road
commences, and at that landing we
learn is an embryo town hud out called
Blasdel, in honor of Capt, E W. 111ns-
del, the principal promoter of tho
Company now constructing the Wagon
Road. The warehouse of tlie Company
is erected there and it is oxpected that
some, at least, of tho new settlors will
take up their local habitations at the
place or thereabouts. Already parties
have applied for a tavern license, but
objections having been mado by tho
Company and others tho application
fell through.— Sentinel.
From Clover Valley.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
Things are getting very dry round
here, Both grain and root crops are
Badly in need of rain, neither looking
so promising as a week or two back.
Still, the weather ia all that eould be
desired for haymaking, which is being
prosecuted. Thore is a large quantity
being harvested in excellent condition
through this section; ao that if the
steam ferry is establishod the surplus
hay can be laid down in New Westminstor, at a reasonable rato, and with
fair profits for the producer. We are
getting some uow settlors inhere; still
thero is room for a great many more.
Wo have a great deal of choice land
on the other side of the Nicomaklo
river; nlso through the municipality.
Our council aro determined evidently
to try and induce settlement on the
wild land, although there seems to be
some parties here as determined to
hinder tho development of tho municipality. They propose to do great
things, if the council appropriate
money to be spent for any purpose
outsido of the municipality. We shall
Bee. I see, Mr, Editor, your post
office and mail arrangements, &c., aro
umatisfaotory to you.    It leemi to be
From Cariboo.
(Correspondence of tho Columbian.)
Barkerville, July 14.—When twu
friends meet the first remark made
after the "Kla how-ya" is on tho subject of the weather. So, Mr. Editor,
with youraelf and your correspondent.
We have had the usual variety of weather this week, for as you know we
Cariboo folks can generally depend
upon tho variety, though sometimes it
may not be the most select. Since my
laat letter we have had a hot, scorching
sun, rain, hail, snow and frost. Yea,
actually frost and Snow! On the 12th
the top of the north mountain wns
white with newly fallen snow, and a
little fell also in tho lower altitudes.
Tho frost was not severe and did no
harm in our miniature gardens, As
anticipated the fires over at Antler
did very serious damage. On Sunday
some thirteen cabins were burned on
the fiat, in what tho sufferers describe
as n whirlwind or hurricane of flame
which came rushing down the mountain Bides and licked up everything
combustible on the* creek excepting
two cabins. And all this devastation
wns the work of hut a few minutes.
Mr. FergUBon, of this place, was holding divine service in one of the cabins
nnd had just given out his text when
the sudden onset of the flames compelled him to boat a retreat; and within a very few minutes after the congregation had fled the cabin was a maas
of flames. Two young ladies were
over to aid in the singing, and had a
very narrow escape. Mr. F. had groat
difficulty in saving the horses. Three
miners saved themselves by retreating
down a shaft, nnd one plunged into
tho water and remained there till the
fury of the fire had spent itself. All
lost nearly everything in their cabins.
The lumber for tho Jason company, by
the wny, was saved. The rains have
put the fires out and tho miners aro
already at work building new cabins.
The concert on Monday night wns well
attended and was eminently successful
both as an entertainment and financially. Tho Bishop fingers the keys moat
skilfully and Mrs. Sillitoe delighted
tho audience with her singing. The
other lady singers, who all did well,
wore Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Lincock ami
Misa Kelly. Our ossuyer has boon
kept busy for a few days, which indicates, I suppose, a better yield of gold
than usual. Mosquito creek bad a
good wash-up last week, and Mr.
Walker is in from Sugar creek, and I
Ckisiiask, July 5,—Tlie decision of
the Homo Government to repudiate
the proposed annexation of New Guinea
to Queensland has caused discontent
hear, reports the claim na turning out j horo.   Premier Mcllwraith has stated
disappointed. John was not going to
give hia views ou the License set, but
on contracts to furnish Mr. Onderdonk with railway ties. Me cally ties
nut do woods; pile him up—seben cont.
Tie weely heabyjnot muoheo money.
Chinaman sabbe pile ties. White man
catcheo pay two monthB. Chinaman
catcheo saw, cut off end all same
malke. Pile nll same new tie. Easier
than cally tio ont of woods. Whito
man got ninoteen cent. White man
makeo more money than Chinaman.
No workce. White man say no good.
Policeman he say no good. My mules
however, were straying, off so far that
it became necessary to gather them up
and resume my journey. The Chinaman's version of the affair seems to be
that he can only make seven cents out
of the transaction by cutting the inspector's mark off a tie and presenting
it for re-inspection, and the original
contractor can get nineteen cents for
knowing nothing about it, and he cannot savee enough to do that. He alsc
affirms that tho policeman who produced tho ends with tho marks alio
same bluonosu markue rvns laughed at
by the presiding magistrate for bringing chips and sent after the ties themselves, but na they woro not re-stamped
nor tho Chinaman paid ho had not yet
collected money under false pretences,
neither had he stolen thom as they
wero not removed from the grade and
he had something of more importance
to at lend to than hunting up acts by
whicli to prosecute suoh obtuse
offences, suggested that the tie-maker had botter pay the Chinaman for
the ties und then prosecute for obtaining money under false pretences. Contractor asks1 how the money was to be
recouped. There did not, however,
appear to bo auy remedy but by presenting them again for inspection, the
magistrate evidently thinking that the
insignificant reduction in tho length
might not be nny serioua objection to
tho tio, particularly at n time when all
the ties were distributed along the
grade, no mnn being able now to compare his hooka with his piles. Again,
as nobody saw tho Chinaman cutting
oft' the marks it was probable that
somebody's anti-Chinese sympathies
led him to du the job for the China-
man's benefit. And the policeman's
diligence was rewarded with a hint
that in future he would do well to confine his attention to the class of offenders who had available funds to Bottle
fines in such a way that thoy would
contribute to municipal improvements
and keep the class of criminals who
wero likely to sorve a term of imprisonment instead of cash at home, Thoy
would only be bo much expense to the
city. After feoding my mules and reflecting on the injustice done Port
Moody by refusing her a resident
magistrate because nil the applicants
were bluenoses or because somo other
municipality.wanted our funds but refused our losses, I wont to sleep in
my chair nud was only rouaed from my
slumber by dreams of a trial over
which my white-eyed mtilo presided ns
judge, brought to an abrupt close by
proceeding to inflict summary punishment ou thu offenders by a vigorous
uso of his heels, in language which,
though wanting in eleganco of diction,
evinced abundance of executive force.
—Yours truly,
I. Charlie, M. D.
Port Moody, July 12, 188^.
fair, tho former to justify their requeBt
for higher salaries and the latter to
revive their waning preBtige.
Wrecks.
Wsittik Fon the Columbus d? .' -J. 8. Jlt.'-
NEWS FROM All PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Fort William, June 30.—A vory
valuable discovery of silver has just
beon made on the Kaministiquia Kiver,
not far from Fort William.
Ottawa, July 1.—Tho latoat rumor
regarding the government's disposition
of Sir A. T. Gait ia that ho is soon to
succeed Mr. Dowdnoy, as Liout, -Governor of tho North-West Territories.
well.
Nugget.
Communications.
The Perkins Matter.
Editor Columbian.—With reference
to tho letter of Mr. Perkins, appealing
in your papor published to-day, will
you allow me to state that I havo instructed n solicitor to take legal proceedings against him, for the false und
libellous charges thus made, affecting
me, unless he causes an ample apology
to bo published. Yours obediently,
Edward A. Sharpe,
Editor Columbian,—As you have
given Mr. Perkins letter, which is contained in your issuo of this date, tho
benefit of tho extensive circulation of
your valuable paper, I hope that you
will let mo say iu tho same way, that
it is my intention to bring an action
against him for his untrue and injurious statements with reference tome,
unless he publishes a full apology.
Your obedient servant,
Thomas Paine.
July 18th, 1883.
While Man No Sabbe Much.
Editor Columbian.—I am only a
Dutchman and not supposed to know
much, but when a Chinaman says a
wliite man don't know nothingand the
white man sarcastically replies that
the Chinaman does,*I like to find out
who knows the moat, and my knowledge of English is too limited to arrive at a logical deduotion from a problem annunciated in that form. So I
decided to let my mules browso or pick
berries aa thoy might decido and listen
to what I hoped might be a Chinese
dissertation on political economy; but
in this I waa disappointed. Whito
man no heap sabbe again remarked tho
Celestial. Chinaman sabbe pretty
good; white man say no good. White
man makeo law; white man law no
good too, I have no exalted opinions
of law. One of my countrymen got
fooled there a long timo ago. He was
arraigned for a breach of tho Scott act
and aa he was innocent he proceeded
to stand his trial and was fined for cutting timber on ground covered by a
license to a third party who was absent; but the fine was requisite as tho
magistrate needed the prosecuting
feos. My neighbor who was an Irishman had juat escaped from a similar
charge on the plea that there waa no
law against selling to half-breeds, and
a Chinaman also arraigned proved tu
bo the wrong man,   But I wm again
in tho Legislative Assembly tliat
Queensland will do hor utmost to effect
tlie wishes of tho Colony. In the Legislative Assembly at (Melbourne the
Premier of Victoria declined to accept
the decision as final.
London, July 14.-The Standard
says tho govornment is sounding Do-
Lessepa, as to whether any modification
of the agreement in regard to tho Sue/,
canal is possible. It is uot belioved,
says tho Standard, that DeLosseps will
agree to its being modified. HiB son was
hastily summoned to Paris yesterday,
but -ill return to London iu n few
days. It seems certain that the houso
of commons will reject the scheme, as
at least thirty liberals will oppose it,
and several others will abstain from
voting on it. Tho Irish members will
join the conservatives in opposition to
it, At a meeting of ship-owners held
at Newcastle to-day a resolution condemning tho govermont's agreement
with DeLesacps waa passed.
London, July 15.—Marquis Tsong,
Chinese ambassador left London for
Paris, to assume negotiations with tho
French Government. This will be tho
filial effort to maintain peace between
the two countries. He was informed
thnt unless China diatinctly states what
her intentions are and arrange all
claims between tho two countries.
Meanwhile, English officers nre offering their services to tho Chinese government, but thoy havo been told to
await tho return of Marquis Tsong
from Pan's.   ■
Daily News: It \i understood tliat
DeLosseps has refused to modify the
tonus of the agreement between himself and the British government for the
construction of anothor canal across
tho isthmus of Suez, M. Fontaine,
secretary of tho canal company, in un
interview, continued tho remarks mado
by DeLosseps that he (De Lesseps) was
indifferent as to whether England accepts tho agreement rotative to a second
Suez canal. He declared that speculators were opposed to the agreement
because they were interested in tlieir
own scheme, and said no English canal
wore possible, becauso DeLosseps had
obtained a complete concession, to interfere with wliich would be robbory.
DeLosseps, ho said, was determined to
entry out his programme, with or without English help. If such holp wus
refused British snip-owners would suffer, for tolls would bo higher.
'. Pbtbrsiuiro, July 15.—-A secret
printing press was discovered here this
morning, and a number of persons sup-
Iiosod to bo connected with it arrested,
rurthor search of tho police brought
to light a lame number of printed
proclamations, boing a long expeoted
reply of the nihilists to the Czar's coronation declarations. The proclamations nre drawn up in violent language,
demanding distribution of land to the
peasants and reasserting nihilistic argument. It is not altogether clear
whether tho - polico and nihilists have
uot been working together in this af-
A stately ship under full sail, and all
her canvas set, "walking the waters like
a thing of life," is a beautiful object upon
which to rest tho eye. An old, battered
hulk, lying whore it was wrecked one
dark, stormy night, with the timbers
creaking iu their rusty sockets, green
moss growing in the crevices, worms
slowly devouring tho onco Btout and
strong decking, only a few shreds of the
cordage trembling in the breeze, the
waves rolling lazily and unimpeded
through tho once brilliant cabin—only
the ghastly skeleton of a ship, wrecked,
helpless, and dead—is a, sad thing to
look upon. It would have uo interest
hut for the associations wliich it awakens.
These tire Vory powerful. Wo recall tlie
day when, pennons flying, this ship was
first launched upon tho waves; we think
of all the precious cargoes it has carried,
and of the foreign ports where its ensign
floated proudly amid the thick forest of
masts; of the fortunes it bus brought to
its owners; of tho wild storms it has
braved; of tho hopes aud fears that have
palpitated in its bosom; of the anxious
hearts ou shore watching for its white
sails in the far horizon. It is such
thoughts as these which impart a solemn
sudness to this mouldy old heap of timbers.
The shores of human lifo are strewn
with wrecks that arc much more sad and
solemn to look upon. They fall into the
category of waste material, windfalls,
abortive things, refuse stuff, cinders, slag
—that whieh is cast aside and is useless.
When one considers what man is made
of and what he is capable of doing, it is
au awful thought that he should turn cut
a failure. How is it that so many do
como to nothing, and get swept away
among rubbish ? What is it that occasions
so many wrecks at sea ? The answer to
both questions may be substantially the
same. Perhaps the vessel was badly
built and of poor material. In a smooth
sea she may do well enough, but the first
heavy storm is sure to wreck her to
pieces. There are human beings who are
constitutionally weak, aud nothing ia
ever done tu mako them any stronger.
When they sail oil' on tho brood ocean of
life knowing what they are to encounter
there, you cannot help feeling that, sooner
or later, they must go to pieces. No ono
would liko to hear it said of any man
that he is foreordained to fail. In sueh a
case ho is, uf course, an object of pity
rather than of blame. Still, the native
material, in soiiiu cases, is so weak that
any strong gust is almost certain to send
thein to the bottom. Give your poor,
feeble brother all the help you can, and
do not pour out upon his head tho vials
of wrath and contempt, Uo has inherited
the effect of other people's sins; and
should be judged with charity.
Many a vessel is wrecked for want of
good pilotage. The steersman neglects
to study his chart, or sleeps at his post,
or is reckless and indifferent, rushing
heedlessly upon reefs and quicksands
which ho might easily have avoided.
Tho illustrations in actual life are abundant. "What do I care for your musty
old charts? I am going to strike out for
myself. I shall take my course and stick
to it tilt I bring up somewhere. I have
eyes in my head, aud can tell when I
come to shoal water hy the color of the
ana, and can sec where the rocks lio bv
the foam curling over them!" Farewell,
boastful manner! If you ever make a
harbor it will bo owing more to your
luck thau your skill. Another voyager
may havo studied the chart with care,
ami understand his course perfectly; hut
he has a way of sleeping at hia post with
his hands on tho helm; ever and anon he
must needs fall off into a Bluinber. Ho
is lacking in vigilance, and so rushes unawares upon the rocks.
Sometimes a vessel is wrecked for want
of ballast So there aro top-heavy people, who spread mo -e sail than they ean
carry. The shores are lined with financial wrecks-with crafts of all sorts and
sizes that put to sea with littlo or nothing iu the hold, and went under at the
first high wind. There aro others stranded on tho shore who started with flying
colors, and ns thoy sailed out of the harbor everything looked most promising—
the- sails were very white, the rigging
was vory taut, the hull nieely painted
and adorned with a most gorgeous figure-
lioad. These are thoy who intend to
bring up iu somo high social latitude and
hecoiuo great writers, famous orators, or
statesmen of renown. But as booh as tho
vessel got into deep waters it began to
roll terribly for want of ballast, and
when the wind blew hard and the waves
rosu up, thero was uotning to be done
but to rim ashore and take tho coiibc-
Files! Flics! Files!
Catch 'em alive ! Why buy when you
can go to Webb's and get Plies, Lines,
Hods, Reels, aud every kind of tackle
that will catch fish. [ie9-3m.
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain more real and direct nourishment than 200 lbs, of Lie-
big's or any similar extroc j of beef. The
British Government analyst has pro-
nounccd it the most perfect food he ever
examined. For sale by D. B. Curtis k
£°- jy4-3m.
Real Estate.—Mr. Win. Clarkson
has opened a land offico in the premises
adjoining Mr. Kcary's book Btore,
where ho will furnish terms and particulars to persona .desirous of purchasing
either city or farm property, of which
he has a large number of lots to dispose
of.— Adv.
Notice. -Dr. Henderson, of New
Westmiiihister, will visit Chilliwhack on
Wednesday the 18th inst., and remain a
few days. Persons in that neighborhood
desiring the services of a Dentist should
note the fact. {td)#
Piano Tuning. —-Prof. Francis will
visit New Westniualer on tho I Ith July
and remain a few days, Persons wishing pianos tuned or repaired should
leavo orders at once at ono of the book
TT
M33
warn oak
CHILLIWHACK, B.C.
"SUMAS DYKING AMENDMENT ACT, 1883."
T HERKBY CALL A MEETING OP
At hose intorest.il for the purpose o? ftp-
pointing au arbitrator, in tonus of above
Aot, a' the school house, Matsqui, at 3
o'clock p. in., oii the 31st inst.
O. B. SWOED.
Matsqui, 2nd July, 1883.        Qyi-lm
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male teacher for Prairie school.
Duties to commence at the beginning of
next term.   Apply to
A. INNES, Sec'y,
Jy<l-to] Langley,
J. C. HENDER80N.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jobbing and Retail Dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NO-
tified tbat tho provisions of tho
Municipal By-Laws will bo strictly enforced.        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
Now Westminster, July 10, 1883.   [to
1TOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worin
for permission to purchase 100 acres of
land at Port Simpson, described as follows: NW £ section 21), township 1,
range 5; 1D0 acres.
O. PITTENDRtGH.
•New Westminster, July 7, 1883.   [14-iim
3STOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase 100 acres of
land at Port Lhnpson, described as follows: SW J section 32, township 1,
ranges; 1«0acres.     J. C. HAYNES.
PcrG. PriTENoniGH, Att'v.
Now Westminster, July 7,1883.  [14-2in
TXTE WISH TO THANK OUR Numerous customers for their liberal patronage and support during the post two
years, and we hope to manage the business in such a way as to secure a continuance and increase in the some. Remember, wo buy largely, and are prepared to sell as
Low an any Other House
In tlie Province, as we carry the Largest
Stock on the Mainland (outside of New
Westminster).   Our stock consiets of
Dry Goods,   .
Notions,
Underwear,
Clothing,
Hats & Caps,
Glass A Patty,
Drngi,
Patent Hedlctnei,
Ropes,
Hardware,
Books* Station')' Farm Implement!
Doors.
Windows,
Nails,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Boots Si Shops,
Crockery,
Glassware,
Carpenters'Tooby
Wooden Ware,
Paints-sella,,
Hrusnas,
Fnrnltare,
Lumber,
Wall Paper,
Etc., Ktc.
1TOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of loud on
Bowen Island, Howe Sound, Now Westminster District, described as follows:
Commencing at a point 80 chains, more
or less, west of the northwest corner of
W. Eaton's pre-emption claim on Bowen
Island; thence south 50 chains; thence
west 40 chains; thence north SO chains;
thence east 40 chains, to point of commencement. JAMES DEANS.
New Westminster, B.C., June 27,1883.
 je30-2m.      	
fpieuces.
Wo scarcely know whether the financial or the literary and political wrecks
present the mest melancholy spectacle.
Sometimes both are combined. They all
ought to havo known better than to carry
their whole stock ou deck.
Then- are other styles of wrecks, much
sadder to look upon than these-—such as
have gum- to destruction for want of
moral ballast. They also, managed to
keep Upright while the weather was fair,
hut, having no deep-seated convictions,
no fixed principles to steady them, when
the wind lose, they were upsut. Or,
again, a ship may founder from being
overloaded, Somo men try to carry more
than they nro capable of carrying, and
this sinks them. Every human being
may be Baid to have a certain amount of
tomiago. ami whenever ho loads himsolf
beyond his capacity he is unwise. Somo
persons lose thoir wits from excess of
knowledge — trying to crowd into the
head moro thau the head wilt hold. Occasionally ono may losu his balance from
thinking too much. It is not n very common misfortune, however. A much
linger numbor talk too much, and founder
from a mere excess of words.
Iu old times the art of navigation was
ouo of the studies taught in tho schools.
The art of moral navigation always do-
serves attention. A ship may bo wrecked by some fatality which no skill or
foresight could avert; but we do not like
to think that there may be moral reefs
and quicksands which wo are always
liable to strike, whatever caro we take
to avoid thom. It may not be possible
for us all to achieve wordly success; but
there must be conditions, available to all,
that will savo us from moral rain- To
drift like a log—to fool that we are heading uowhoro, and hnvo no prospect of
over making a harbor—on suchtorms as
tliese, lifo is scarcely worth having. And
yet this is the way in which many do
drift, of whom wo hnd a right to oxpect
something bettor.
T. R. Pearson k Co, have just opened
out a vory largo aud varied assortment
of extremely linndBome Church of England common prayer and hymn books.
They aro tlie finest over shown in the
pity.—Adv,
f      f      $      (3      f
For all troubles of the Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv, iu another column,
For diseases leading to Consumption,
uso Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in
another column.
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and olothlng, go to Jas. Ellard k (Vs.
Seo adv, *
Land Kcgistry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot. No, 88, Block XXIII, City of New
Westminster,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEAS-
ilile title to tho above mentioned lot
will be issued to Elizabeth Kathleen
Black on the First Day or October,
noxt, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to the under
Bigncd, iu writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest in said lot,
or any part thereof.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General.
Land Registry Office,
28th June, 1883. [j«30-td
SPEGIAL NOTICES.
One Siugle Buggy and Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget that we take all kinds of
Farm Produce, at Market Rates, in exchange for goods.
43'All book accounts for 1882 and 1883
must be closed by lst October, 1883,
without fail.
A Clearance Sale to commence Ist
September, 1883, for 30 days,
CHEAP JACK,
THE RANCHERS1 PAPOOSE.
HARVESTING
MOWER S i
ETOTXCE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 intend to apply to the Chief Coin-
miasioucr of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres-of land
situate on a small bay ou the northwest
end of Texada Island, near Marshal
Point, District of New Westminster, de-
scril)cd,as follows:
Commencing nt a stake set on shore of
small bay; thence east 40 chains; thence
BOUth 50 chains; thence west 40 chains;
thence' north to shoro lino of Texada
Island; thence in a northeasterly direction along shore line to point of commencement. EDWARD TRIM.
By hi! attorney, Harry Trim,
New Westminster, Juno 22,1883.     [2m
TLH KafrariE** -IKWIM <m tunji in • Mwiijr Ml*)
THK WAY IT WILL AFFECT YOU.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to threw off the phlegm or mucous;
chanyes lhe. secretions and purities the
blood; heals tho irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
tho liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Such ih
TIIK IMMEDIATE AND SATISFACTORY EFFECT thnt i7 is warranted to break «;> the
most distressing cough in. a few hours1
time, if not of too long standing. It is
warranted to oive entire satisfaction,
even in tiie most- confirmed eases of Consumption! It is warranted not to produce
oostiveness (whioh is the case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. /' is warranted to be perfectly harmless to the most
delicate child, although It is an active
ami powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Luna Balsam will prevent it if
only taken iu time, Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, wo would recommend to Ave Allen's Lung Balsam a trial. Sold by all
Druggists. jeSO-lm.
MODEL BUCKEYE,
Canadian Make.
RBAPEItS:
BUCKEYE,
American Make.
SULKY    RAKES:
SELF-DUMPING ITHICA,
Canadian Make,
CHAMPION
American Make,
P L O W 8 j
STEEL I IRON PLOWS
American Make.
GILPIN'S SULKY PLOWS
GRANT'S FAN MILLS
American Make,
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS,
A large assortment, and the largest
stook in the Province of
—Sole Agents for—
YATES STREET, VICTOBIA.
jelS-to, ©ut- §tovy.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
(Continued.)
In the strongest contrast to this wee
woman was her husband, Mr. Eger-
ton was a perfect son of Anak, a Saul
among men; tall, broad-Bhouldered,
with a massive head and forehead, and
great calm eyes that looked down into
youra from the pulpit aa if they wero
holding the very torch of truth to your
heart. A genial warm-hearted Christian man, with only one weak point
about him, and that was his wifo,
whom he cherished with a love that
was just short of idolatry. The only
absurdity I over saw in Mrs. Egerton
was in her persisting to call tho good-
humored giant by tho ridiculous namo
of --Tiiiey." Why such a nickname
was evor choson for him I nover knew,
but Tiney ho was always called; and
laugh as you might and protest as you
would that his baptismal name John
wob far preferable in overy way, alio
would only smile and say he liked his
pet namo best, and I beliovo ho did.
The shady verandas beforo the par-
Bonage windows looking out on tho
trim beds of scarlet geraniums woro
vacant, though from the scissors and
gardening gloves lying on the Beat,
somo busy hands had boon engaged
in trimming and pruning the roses tlmt
clustered in suoh profusion round the
porch,
The dining-room was ompty, and bo
was tho warm sunny drawing-room;
so, doubting not that thoy wero in
what Seymour termed thoir summer
parlor, I stopped through tho window
and on to tlio lawn. Nor was I wrong
in my surmise; there was the chintz
Bofa as usual, drawn up under tho
acacia treo, and thore lay its patient
littlo occupant in tho midst of hor
flower-buds and boo hives, her two
canaries hung up in tho branches, and
her laziest of lazy spaniels sunning
himself at her feot. A table strewn
■with papers stood beside hor; and
there, in his luoso dressing-gown and
Blouched garden hat, wasTiney writing
B . lus sermon, while from tho distance
^B camo tho incessant monotonous cooing
' - of Seymour's doves frum behind their
wins aviary.
' v^.V^'Why, bore comes Nellie," cried
'-^jflr. Egerton, rising aud giving mo a
cordial grasp of the hand, "looking as
bright und cool as the morning itself.
You do not often honor us with so
early a visit, and I'll warrant you there
is business at tbo bottom of it."
I smiled na I stooped to take his
wife's hand—thu thin littlo hand that
I always held bo tenderly from tho sort
of dim idea, I beliovo, that its pink-
und-white transparency might prove
brittle—and nskod how she was.
"It is ono of Grace's bad days," ropliod her husband; "she has been suffering from her lust night's exortions,
and feels worn and exhausted, but this
pleasant morning air has somewhat revived her;" and as he spoko ho looked
at har with such tender pity iu hia
eyes as though ho would have borno all
for her—this strong, gentle man.
"So Tiney brought tno out hero to
loam lessons of wisdom aud patience
from the bees and the Howers; but instead of that I have been dozing awny
my precious hours in spite of the flies,
who have beon buzzing about mo tho
whole timo, restless busybodies that
they are. Tako the other corner of iny
sofa, dear Nellie, or shall Tiney bring
you out your favorite low chair T1
Declining tho chair, I fitted myself
dexterously into the smali space allotted to me, and gazed around mo woll
pleased. The Egcrtons' garden was
small, but very pretty, consisting only
of a lawn studded with flower-beds
and flower-baskets; but juat ai, the bottom it sloped down to a belt of Scotch
firs, under which Seymour and his
father hud constructed tho prettiest
little fern-garden imaginable; where on
the hottest summer's day ono could
find a shady cool nook to ait in. Thero
were no high walls, ns at Suntiysido
and tho |Priory, to shut out tho viow;
nothing but a fenco divided it from the
corn-fields and, beyond, the swoop of
purple moor, Bleeping as it did to-day
under a cloudless, brilliant sky.
"Mr. Egerton," I said, "it ia a perfect marvel to me how you can writo
your sermon out horo; tho air and sun-
shino always appear to possscss narcotic properties for mo. I cannot oven
read in the open air; a dancing butterfly or the song of a bird would lure mo
on to a day dream, from which I would
assuredly vanish into dreamland itself;
how can you correctly follow a train of
thought and reasoning?1'
Mr. Egerton smiled his grave,
dreamy smile. "Why, Nellie, I am
one of those men who can abstract
themselves from the outside world oven
in a crowd; but this quiot garden-sent
is my favorite place of Btudy, whoro I
can learn the most—the insect world
at my feot, tho birds, and tho flowers,
all suggest countless images to mo of
tho great truths thnt I seek to illustrate to the youngest and feeblest of
my flock." Hero his blue eyes grew
calm and steady ub ho spoke. "I love
to follow the course of the seasons,
seed timo and harvest, summer and
winter, nnd in some measure thoy influence as woll as embellish tho matter
of my discourses, According to my
ideas, preachers in genoral aro too
chary of borrowing from Nature; they
con ton t themselves with lengthy arguments on abstract truths, over which
brains wax drowsy, and tho mind of
the many desirous of rest on what is
the day of rest, refuses to exercise
itself in following out step by step tho
weary mass of combative oloquenco,
and bo brings away at the ond a very
confused notion of the wholo. Why
raise sumbling-blocks in the people's
way just to throw them down again,
as many men do, by way of testing
their own skill ? Mero moral essayists,
they have not learnt the way to tlio
human heart; no, nor novor will. I
tell you, Nellie, were I to live twice
my life I could not exhaust the resources that Naturo supplies mo with,
ay, and thrico n lifetime too."
"He says," whispered Mrs. Egerton,
softly, "that his autumn sermons nro
the best, and his winter sermons tho
worst."
I(0h, Mr. Egerton," I exclaimed,
"there are no worst, none can go to
your church hungry and be sent away
empty; or sick or sad, that will not
oome away strengthened and refreshed;
and what's more, each one can take
away somo orunlb of comfort just applicable to his own case. Our mother
said so, and ahe waa right"
A warm, gratified smilo played round
his mouth a moment, and he patted
my hand kindly.
"Nell, Nell, thou art but ns une of
the babes, but we have a few hard nud
stubborn ones amongst us; and it is
for them that the shepherd works and
wrestles in soul-conflict, thnt happily
he may win them;" and pushing his
papera from him, lie rose nud paced
acros* the lawn, musingly. We watched him a moment, then drew nearer
Eiariah matters, women's work, aud
astly, my own little scrap of busiheas,
which was settled to iny heart's content in five minutes; aud cheered by
the mental vision of labor alleviated,
my spirits rose, and wo talked on
blithely till-
"Mrs. Egerton, that wns not tho
factory bell!"
"My love, I fear it was; but if yuu
run away at once, yon may reach home
aa soon as Dudley and Bruco. Goodbye. Don't trouble about finding
Tiney; I'll tell him how it was."
Late for dinner! I, who was noted
nt home for punctuality—the amount
of chaff would bo unendurable. I
hastened down to tho stile; there thoy
wero, sauntering round the corner,
Bruco, hands in pocket, cigarette iu
mouth;—then, what impelled mo I
know not, but, waving my hand in
answer to Dudley's hailing shout, I
flew down the hum at a pace of which
I did not beliovo myself capnblo. Tho
breezo blow freshly in my face from
tho moor; my foot seemed winged and
weighted wUli ii'.rj roally whon grownup pooplo condescend to children's
romps thuy bring to it twice a child's
enjoyment. Nover in my lifo did I
appreciate a race moro, knowing, as I
did, thnt I was distancing two pairs of
feot: hurrah, I waa iu at tho iron gate,
which I burst open with n force thnt
poured ou mo n shower of half-withered laburnum leaves, and was panting on the hall steps as Bruce, still
with hands in pockets and na cool na
possible, ran lightly up to me,
"Well run, by Jove: but wlmt in
the world nils the girlf You look as
wild as a March hare."
I had no breath to answer with, but
casting hat nud cloak aside, lod the
way to tho dining-room, whero, aeated
at tho top of tho table, to my infinite
disgust, was Dudley, who roso and
bowed to mo.
"Dudley," 1 said, shaking him,
"have you flown in?"
"Yes, nt tho window," ho replied,
and oilbred me a chair; of courso thero
was nothing to be said nfter that.
Tho balmiest of afternoons hnd sot-
tied down on Holmo Leo Woods,
whon Charlie and I, with Bill and
half a dozen well-filled baskets .packed
neatly on blind Billy's buck, entered
tho glade appointed for pur tryattng-
placo. It was fivo o'clock, and for
threo hours Charlie and I had been
searching in the nooks and recesses of
tho wood intuut on strawberry-gathering, till fairly tired, and warned by
lengthening shadows, we scrambled
through by-ways and no-ways, dragging poor Billy aftor us. It was a
lovely spot that we had selected for
the gypsying—a still, deop glade, su
narrow that the beechon branches
nearly met overhead, with dark soft
shadows alternating with yellow
patches of light, and carpeted with
short velvety turf. As wo entered,
somo score or so of rabbits were busily
scampering about, or Bitting up uu
their haunches itisido tho hollow
trunks, but tho moment we appeared,
Billy's stumbling foot and Charlie's
joyous shout drove away all tho long-
cared pussies, and iu a moment a
strange stillness aottled down on the
old place, only broken by a falling
leaf or a chirping grasshopper.
"It is something liko church,''
Charlie whispered, nnd as I glanced
down the long green aisle, and remembered how ono day I heard tho wind
play a glorious symphony on the iree-
topa, I could not help smiling assent.
But thero was much to be done, so
whilo Hill was gathering bouiiuuts iif
buttercups aud dandelions, and prof'
foring them to Billy, who snorted disgust in return, Charlie uud I sut nut
the prettiest of teas among thu beech
trunks—milk, rolls, buttor, and cakes,
and piles of sweet wood-strawberries
in nets of green leaves, interspersed
with bouquets of wild flowers; and
when all was dono wo sat down aud
told wonderful fairy tales, till we
heard tho voices of thu returning
party as thoy burst through the trees
in a wild state of excitement, nnd
applauded loudly the cozy scene before them. Thoy had had good luck,
they said, and tho unhappy trout woro
taken out, looked at, admired*, and
weighed; while Rill, to her infinite
delight, smoothed their shining bodies,
and poked curious fingers into their
cold, fish oyos, murmuring, "Protty,
firotty." It wiib hard to disabuse the
ittlo maid's mind that they were not
plaything's; but by dint of coaxing
nud persuasion, sho was induced to
let the "dead beasties" be, and sit by
Seymour's side, and eat out nf her
leafy plate.
It roally was a most festive little
affair; tho boys laid themselves out to
enjoy themselves nnd talk nonsense;
thoy told ridiculous stories, at which
they laughed till tho tears ran down
their cheeks, and Bang songs and
choruses till they were fairly hoarse;
and thon we grow more quiot, nud listening to tho chirping good-night of
tho birds, talked softly of summer's
days and happy summer junketings,
till tho suddon cracking of branches to
our right startled us all. The boys
sprang to thoir feot and I held Dudley's arm rather nurvously, till a tall
young man iu n Scotch cap with a plaid
Hung over Iub arm camo rapidly iu
sight.
"Cousin Keith," shouted the lads,
"Bravo, Kuith! .what brings ynu here,
old boy 1 I thought yn\ wure safo in
your chambers in town;" and Dudley
gruspod his hand gladly, and ihe warmest greetings pasted between thu unexpected visitor and our litllu party.
"Seat yourself, my gnml fellow, uud
tell us what pleasant wind wnftqtl yon
down to Holme Lee ibis evening."
"Willingly," oded Keitht lousing
his plaid to thu ground and stretching
himself upon it. "The fact is, my appointment is signed, nud my time of
depart ure fixed I beliovo for thu iiflifi
of August: at that timo I shall start
by tho good ship Neptune for Calcutta;
ao I am now on route for thu north, to
bo with the old folk as long as I can;
and as thu journuy ia long I tlmuglit I
would break it by a night at Sunnyside,
hoping to pay you a longer visit a
month or six wueks bonce, whon I sup
pose 1 must say good-bye*!'
"Ay, time enough for thnt; wo nru
nuno of ub too ready to part with you,
Keith. Well, ao finding tho old housu
empty; you came out to cook ua hore;
did yuu stay to take refreshment ?'*
"Oh, yeB; old Charlotte spread tho
board nobly on my buhonf; oven Nol-
Ho herself could hr.rdly havo catered
better for my ontertainmeiit. But
where aro Bruce and Louie I I aee thoy
aro not of your party."
"No, they aru with tho Thorntons
as usual; thoy aro inseparable, ns you
know of oldr
"Do they exclude you, Nellie?" said
Keith, kindly,
"Oh, dear, no; they aro always wishing ine to join them, but tho girls aro
too gay fur my quiet, domuru taste."
(Tu I't'Ci-iitlnuH.i
C.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
NET77
CoodS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains.
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas,
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
White and Brown Turkish, Huckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen.
NBTxr
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices.
Everything fn
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
ed him a moment, then drew nearer a full supply of
togathir and ipokt of other things,  hmd,~Ath,
T, It. Pcarson k Co. will receive subscriptions   for that excellent monthly,
llts-sources of British Columbia, §2 a year,
the first numbers on
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Hair Dresser and Perfumer,
NEW WESTMINSTBR, 1). C.
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C'lonvi'r'N tio, fiO.: und	
HovoilUoi'-Bi|o,8&i. 'FkmuhI	
Maria farina's Knu do OH-
ojjno, Hinull hImj     fiOpnrbot
lliiyl'.s Kmnk-Col-c-m*, luiffi-.. 1 (JU )>-•:* licit
Hoyl's Kan iir diliy-iir. small     •>:, jut )»<>(
.Mmrti.v A-  I/inin-w.'s l-'l.iriil.
Water.     70 por bot
DAT-M-UIOVHOUmOUH iMHKM'K,
The mnsl lusting pun'miie known, *-l .".0.
.1 A K ATKINSON'S WHITE ftb-HH
PKIM'TMK,
Tin- only gold modal lil-ili'-.1-! award fur
English perfumery,?* nOppr brllllp,
Pilled wllb nails ready for uso, Boe, 7.V tin-]
SI 00 por bottlo.
JEAN VINCENT BUMA',SPWXE MKH-
Al-Ti)II-l'.T YlNKfiAII,
Fnrduily fiMuHuiwu faw'ilmiM lioim.it )tl-
tolli'.' wali'i'lii'fHM'Wiisliinjjwlll iii-iitnillHi'
imv linpurllW, n-fn-Kh lln- skin in-l n-
store II to Us pmstlni* fn'slniivx-iii*] bloom.
For llii' inoulli.ii tow drops willi wiili'i'iiel
iisiiiM-sci'lli'ii! ili-mifrli-i-, i-rei'i-rviiuclli-*
minis nnd teeth, a nd by fm purl Sny n we'
nii-lili'lii*l-iiiMiiili-rlii Un- biViilb Ik Inviil-
untile lo smokers, It Is ulsn Hplonilfii for
reniuviiii'pliiipliM from the f;u-e. Prli
7.'.i-per boltle.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
Hose Prlutunloro Bonp-tlie most ilo-
licloiiKpiT"uim-. More espivlnlly iv--om-
iiH'inli'd to Indies and to inotln-rs of fmiil-
lies fur the toilet uf eliililren. :l cakes in u
box, "ii)c per box, or sent hv mail tu miv
|»irl of llrillsil Coliiiiilihi, posl-mr ■■-!!,•, im-
7.V.- per box. Due trial of tills s..:i;. will
five satisfaction.
A very superior (JlycerliK. soup, denlieii
Iim box, .-He   Uglily perfumed.   .
JIoVL-nden'K London Soups, :i cukes in u
box lAlnioinl, lion,-.- mul Windsor'.:'«•
mul Afe per fax.
Hovenden's Mllchiuii .Soup, recommended uo! only for lis i| nnt Ity iind dcli-
enlc perfume, lm! also for lis ivfrcsbini'
und conlJDL- eltccl upon tlie skin, :t enkes
in n box fur 50i*. Sent hy nmil, puslnne
pnid, 73b
Pear's TrniiHpm'L-ul Toilet Soups, 'I'm-por
cake;sent tiyiunll,iiQc.
Pear's Transparent KliavlnjjHIIeks, In n
voi'V nice l)uNT:r>e per slick; sent In- nmil,
(Me. Over IOO yeurs established ai the
cleanest uml best preparation forsluivhitf.
IIoelini'sTi'imspareiit Roups, n very line
art trie, iV per cake; slun-ln;-: sticks, iii*, in
Wright's Coat Tiir Soup (London), the
only ciitil tar soup reeninmended liy lhe
entire niedlctil faculty. For Ilie niiiserv
ami lhe toilet tins soup is inv-ilinible. It
bus received lhe lilu'ln-l ■•nlllliien.hlUoils
from lhe entire iiicilleul profession. It Is
lllll'lviilleil for.shiivinit;'.',r perettke, oivlli-
forftankm,
(Itissadcrtuns,   a   balsniiiie   ercam for
shaving without the use of soup or wider,
Koldllieolliipslli|et.ilics,.:n.-e:lclijschl bv
muil,(iOc.
HAIR   OILS
AND   T0IM5T   PREPARATIONS,
Otto of Hoso Pommle mmlo in {..union.
Hity Itilln I'mnmlc llliuio III Pni'lH.
Ami ollior Itlnils of nomntli's,
Wlillo Iloso llillllnntlni'.   .
l.liiu. Jul nl (llyuPrino.
Jlovcnilcn's Unlr llDstomllvo, 711 fonts.
Aim's Hnlr Vigor, 51.
niirnotl's Coconino, 51; miiiill nine, iK'fio.
BiiiHlollilo tortlio Huh'.
RnuHAlrOII.
FlrsMiwiismrli H ol London linlriills,
A booiI HKHDi't ill ofCosinellqlios,
Wlillo, Hindi uml lli'ouii.
lily
rl lolilCr
o |„>,'
Vnsoliuo C'tunnlior lop, Sio per not.
Colli Cronln of Hoses, ■•s,u oor not.
Oosnoll's Cherry Tooth Pii«io,50c.
Hovcmloil'»Olloo( Hose Tooth Pusie, ale
llovpnilnn's Tnolli Powders,
Vlolot Powder.
Violet Powder IIiixor, ii,- nod .ill Ifih,
BEFSHES.
Direct Importation
r nnnuiM
"WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.&
L.
ofH-ih-Ilrusliesfroin
A splendid iissurlineiit of Tooth Mru-dies
mndo in London to order. &** nml i(M cut-It.
Alumeiissnrliili
;*>• to $ each,      1
Hr. Scott's Mlcetrlc ]| iir lini-.li, sent by
niiiil, poslpiild.foijl.
A KOOll assoi'lnieip of Null Ilnishcs, lite
nnd Wi: each.
Hiiirmitliiij,'Combs und dressing Combs
*i"H' and DOceiiuli.
EAZOES.
A lirst-class iissortmeut of HfUiora, iin-
jioi-teil direct from Slielliuld. 1 will 8011(1
any person a c*ouil llarliei's Connive Ha-
stor by mail af§1,20 eaoh, I Imve soltl
the same kimi of Ku/ur at S'«i.fiO. Imt
having imported a liir-je atock direct
from the manufacturer, enables tne to
sell cheap for euah. whoroas, liefntc I
importcil from San Kitinolsoo, dml I
eonlil not sell tlieiil fur Ies* thnn ,*?-.•*))
each. I have a lftl*go stoc!; nl liir-.urs
from $i to $-1 t'liuli,
I'uckct Knives from I'.'J.e io h2 eaoh.
FIFES.
A splendid nssortmnut of Meorauhainn
Pipes, <! It D Brinrwooit I'iiWB, Ainlur,
Ivory ami Horn Month pieces,
A uonil nssortincnt of Collar Studs anil
Cuff Muttons.
Tho very hest Itutli SJpongos( small
Turkey Sponges, nml bath Bpongo him-
kcts.
Knofl' Fruit Salts, §1.00 per bottle.
Orders for ttio above goiidn solicited,
and forwarded by mail or express.
 K» o xc	
SHAVIITG-
Hair Cutting, Shampooing, ete,,
—OALT- AT—
George lead's
SALOON.
Hot & Ooltl Baths at all Hours
He ban now three ohairs running, n-ul
Hrat-ulass worltnien. The latest patui t
barber's chairs. Please note tlio ad
dress, one door below the Colonial Hotel,
!T«w W-ntmlnstor, B. C. [ap2S.
rjEGS TO INFORM THIS KESID-
) onts of New Westminster anil vicinity that ho is constantly receiving from
Kuropc shipment!) of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supplj
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Qiimitltlen to Suit Customers,
Also, in constnnt rccei'it, direct from
\v. a. aiiii}'., i,.,inioii.
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
COLUMBIA   STBJaEKP,
New Westminster,   B, 0.
10
NEW    SCHEDULE
—ron—
WHITE  LABOR
—OX   THK—
Canadian Facio Railway
—IN-
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers   . .§l*2."i 00  per month.
Rook Foremen.... $3 SO to §1 00 iMny
ICarth Foremen.., 2 AO to  3 .10    "
llriilge Foremen.. 3 TiO to   4 fiO     "
Uriilgo Carpenters,
Ist class  3 50 "
Bridgo Carpenters,
2nd class 3 00 "
Mnsons 2 50 tn   3 SO     "
Stone Cntters..., 3 00 tn   3 fiO     "
Blueksmitha,    1st
class fl fiO "
Itlaeksiniths,   2nd   -
class   3 00 "
Blachsmith   Helpers  ,*, 1, IJ0 to   2 00     "
Drillers  2 00 to   2 2:>    "
tothurora  I "•> to  -j oo    '-
Kewers, Ist class    3 M) "
Choppers, Istelass 2 00 to   2 IiO     "
Soorora, 1st class   2 flO- "
All outside labor 10 hours por day,
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Kmnloyocs to find themselves Bed,
Board ami Lodging.
Boarding Houses will he convenient
along tho Line.   Board—34 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employees to board In the Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on tlio
10th of each month.
A.   0NSERD0NX,
(s'KSKUAl,   MANAflKn.
OtnVK OF THK CONTIlAlTrOIlfl,
Canadian Paojvio Railwav
Ynlo. March 1, 1883.
NOTIICE.
AN IMJ'KKSSION JIAVINfl OONK
abroad tlint T havu disposed of my
property at I'ort Haney. i hereby state
that such is not the caso,
THOMAS HANKY,
au30to Port Hanoy, B.C.
MONEY TO pi
Lands for Sale.
W. NORMAN UOL.K, Bnrristor,   .
>p88.3m] Now Westminster.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN THAT
tho  next  sitting  of  the  County
Court will bo hold ou Wednesday, July
25th, 1883.
Dated June 20th, 1883.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
jc30-td  i Now Westmiiistcr
Provincial .Seoretahy's Office,
19th June, 1S83.
HIS HONOUlt the Liqutonimt-Qov-
.ernor has been pleased to make tbo
following appointment, to date from the
1st proximo:—-
Henrv Nicholson, Esquire, of the
Siniilknmccn Valley, to be Assessor and
Collector, undor tbe "Assessment Act,
1870," and amonding Aotsj Collector of
Revenue Tax, muter tho "Provincial
Revenue Tax Act, 1881 j" and Collector
of Revenue; nil for tho Rock Crook Polling Division of the Electoral District of
Yale, vice. T. McK. Laiubly, Esq., whose
appointment for that portion of tho Yalo
District hns beon cancelled,     ' fjo27-lm
1TOTIOE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN THAT
on and aftor the date hereof tho
sum of Two Dollars and Fifty Conts
(§2.50) will bo paid for overy Wolf or
Panther killed inn settled district in tho
Province, on tho certificate of a justice of
the peace that such animal was killed iu
a settlement, nnd that tho head was produced to and destroyed by him.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary,
Provincial Secretary's Ofiiee,
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1S83.
 jyll-lm
Qualification mul Registration
of Voters Act, 1870.
New Westminster Citv District,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause !>, sub-section "f," of the - 'Qualification and Iteg-
istration of Voters Act, 187(1," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for tho
District of New Westminster City, at
the Court House, New Westminster, on
Monday, the (ith day of August, 1883, at
12 o'clock noon.
J. C, HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 20th, 1883.
my30-ttl
QunHficnffoii and Ke-islslraflon
of Voters Act, 1870.
New Wes'i'mInptbr District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
accordance with elnuse SI, sub-section "f," of the "Qualification nnd Registration of Voters Act," 1870." that 1
shall bold a Court of Revision for tho
District of New Westminster, at tbo
Court House, New Westminster, on
Mondav, the Oth day of August, 1SS3,
at 12 o cluck noon.
J, C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 2!)th, 1SS3.
 my 30-til.
Qualification ana Registration
of Voters Act, 1870.
BimiiARi- Inlet Polling Division Elkc
tor al District of New Wbstminster.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
Xi accordance with clause 0, sub-soc-
Hon "f," of tho * 'Qualification aud Registration of Voters Act, 1870," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for tho
Burrard lulot Polling Division District
of Now Westminster, at the court house,
Granville, ou Monday, the Oth day of
August, 1883, nt 12 o'clock noon,
J. MILLER, Collector.
Burrard Inlet, Ith June, 1S83.     [jcll-td
Notice to Claimants of Land.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT,
•VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_i\ tho undermentioned lands in New
Westminster District hnvo been surveyed
nnd a map of same can he seen nt the
ofiiee uf J. C. Hughes, Esq.! Commission*
cr, New Westminster, aiul at thu Lands
and Works Ollice, Victoria, where forms
of proof aud declaration can be procured.
Lot, ap.   iNnmo.    Pro-om ltcc No.    Dato.
473 1...S McRunntil OKI .Tun 21, '00
■174 1...J* MriliniiiM I'litiWl Aiik tl, '71
476 1....1 DBlliwhu ...MS Xov 2,ri, "OS
Tho above mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to- the above described
lands, must prove up their claimr within
three months from dato of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, a C 20th April, 1583.
 (my2m3)     	
[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OFMIITIHUCOLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Groat lb-it,iin
nnd Ireland, Queen,  Defender
of tho Faith, ke,, ke., ke.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
serve iu tbo Legislative AsHcmhly of
Our Province of Uritish Columbia,
and summoned uud   called to a
meeting of the  Lcgi>diituru or
Parliament of Our snid Province, at Out*oity of Victoria
ou Thursday, thu h.'iii day
•Inly  Instant, to have
been commenced and*
held, and every of
yOU-GUEKTIN<l
A PROCLAMATION,
Alex, 13. H. Davik.1 TTTHKREAS,
Attoi'iiey-Gtiitral. j VV the meeting
of tho Legislature or Parliament of tlie
Province of British Columbia, stands
called for Thursday, the Twelfth day of
July instant, nt which time, nt Our City
of Victoria, ynu wero held and constrained tu appear.
Now know ye, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the ease and cnnveuiutico of
Onr loving subjects, We have thought
fit, by and with the advice of Our Executive Council of tho Province of British Columbia, to relieve you, and each of
you; of your attendance nt the time
aforesaidi hereby convoking, nud by
theso presents enjoining yon, and each of
ynu, that on Th (inula)', (lie I3lli (til)
of tlio month of ficntvmbor next,
you meet Cu in Our said*Legislature or
Parliament of tho Baid Provinco, at Our
City of Victorin, ami therein do us mny
Hi'etn necessary.   Herein fail nut.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   Wo  have
caused these Our letters to bu made
Patent, and tbo Great Seal of British
Columbia to bo horountonftixed;    Witness,   the   Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL.   Lieiitcnnnt-Govemor  of
Our snid Provinco of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Tenth dny of July, in thu
{roar of Our Lord onu thousand eight
imidrod and eighty •three, and In thu
forty-seventh year of Oiir Reign.
Ity Commniul,
JOHN ROBSON,
jylS-td] Provincial Soorotary.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Provincial Secretary's' Ofpick,
tiUtli Juno, 1883.
HIS  HONOR  the   Lieutenant-Gov
ornor has been pleased to appoint
tho Honourable William Smitiik, Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works, to he
a Gold Commissioner for tbo Province.
je30-lm.
NOTICE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.i\ the following described tract of
laud is hereby set apart and reserved
from sale or pre-emption, until further
notico, for tho purpose of reclamation,
kc., as provided by Section. IS of tho
"Land Amendment Act, 1S83," viz.:
All the vacant, unoccupied land situ
ate within the District of Kootenay, and
lying upon the banks of tho Kootenay
river, botween tho southern boundary
line of British Columbia and a point 15
miles to the nortii thereof, in the direction of Kootenay lako, and extending to
tho foot of the mountains on each sidu of
said river.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works,
Lands ami Works Department,
- Victoria, B.C., July 10th, 1883,
jy!8-Im
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Information, Employment
•-AND-
HOMES ^ EMIGRANTS
The Government of   British Columbia
has established ail
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all persons wishing to obtain authentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to tbo Agent.
Pamphlets nnd Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will bo
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of'the
Provinco, arc invited to place themselves
in communication with tno Agent. Par
ticulars should be furnished ns to tin
kind of employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to lill applications,
Office—Court Houso Building, Market Square; New Westminster, B. O,
•W»I. KOSS3,
je'20 te.] Immigration Agent.
UOTIOE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_L\ tho Moodyvillo Saw Mill Company
(limited) intend to mnke application to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands nnd
Works for permission to purchase 200
acres {more or less) of land in Now Westminster District, described ns follows:
Commencing nt the southeast comer of
the Indian ttcsoi-vo, north of steep dill's
situate ou Shoal Channel, at the entrance
of Howo Sound; thonco west eighty
chains; thence south thirty chains;
thence enst to the shore lino of Howo
Sonndi thenoo in a northeasterly dircc
tion, following the mcnuderiiigs of shore
line to poiut of commencement, containing two hundred acres, more or less,
MOODYV1LLESAWM1LLCO.,
(Limited.)
Per B. Si'RiNiiKK, Manager.
New Westminster, B.C., Mny 2li, 1883.
iny30*2m
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISHJOLUMBIA.
In the Estate of JAMES A. SIVEWRIGHT, Deceased.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i\ all claims against the nhovo-nnuicd
Estate must bo presented nnd all debta
duo tho said Estate must be paid, within
one month from tho dato hereof.
Chums uro to ho presented und ao
counts paid to Mr. John C. Brown.
Dated Now Westminster, 'ifith June.
1S83.
H. SIVEWRIGHT,
jo27-1 m Administratrix.
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
I intend making application to thu Chief
Commissioner of Lands ami Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty ncres of Iiuid in New Westminster
District, described ns follows: Commencing nt a post on a rock iu a bay
known ns Ecalstou Bay, situated about
midway botween Atkinson and White
CHIT Points, at tho entrnnco of Howo
Sound; thence east -10 chains; theuco
south lt» chains; thonco west -10 chnins,
moro or less, to shore line of Bny; thence
northerly along shore Hue to poiut of
commencement.
ALFRED MASTERS,
New Westminstor, July 11,18S3.  | II Sin
IN THE GOODS OF
HENRY MELVILLE,
Lati; oi-'Sit-ijas, Dkoeaskd.
A LL PARTIES INDEHTEDTOTHE
^V. deceased are reipiired to pay the
undersigned thu respective amounts due
ou or before thu loth day of August,
1883, And all parties having anyclniiiis
against deceased nro required within tho
same period to send their claims, properly verified, to
EUSTACE A, JENNS,
Administrator.
New Westiniuster, 3rd July, 1883.   [lm
MUMICIPALITTof SURREY
NOTICE.
fnll K ASSESSMENT IIOLL TOR 'I'll K
.L Municipality of Surrey hnving
lici'ii rotitniuil uml revised, tho Uxod
aro now due and imynlile to mo at my
olliee, and all tmes not paid oh or Iioforo
The first lln)' or October, will l.e de.
liui|iient, and Interest nt Die rate of one
lior cent, per montli will tie added there-
to nnd collected thereon.
HBNKV T. THIIll'T, Collector.
JoSII-td] Clover Valley, Surrey.
NKW WKSTMIXSTKK DRANl'll.
BBPOSll'QBS AHE REQUESTED
to present their I'uun Hooks for insertion of interest up to the ItOth .Inne,
-'183. 0v •■ITTENMUIIH, Auk
N. W„ July II, 18«S,       [jyll-llm,
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEAUCHAMP'S
RBEAUUHAMF, YATES STREET,
* receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every steamer, and is
prepared to sell at the following prices:
Peaches, per box. .Si 75
Applos, per box  I 00
Pears, per hox  ] 00
Apricots, per box   I 75
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  1 25
Oranges, 25 @ 50 cents por doz
Lemons, 35 @ 50 conts per doz
Acnpulco Limes, . .25 @ 50 cents per doz
tireon Corn, 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Tomatoes,— ....12^ cents per pound
RIOII. BEAUOHAMP,
jc27-tc. Victoria.
Queen St„ - Port
 DKALK11 IN-	
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
H
AVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in tho above lines, tho
subscriber is prepared tn supply tho
people at the Terminus City and else
where with everything generally found
in a first-class store. All goods sold nt
the lowest cash prices,
i'nilllllllft OlMHIS «r till lillHlK.
apMtc D. B. GRANT.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
DK. SPINNEY, wall Itiiown Mtli» fonn*
dor or llm Monli-'-nl, (0. K.) Medl'-nt I'ldtl-
tiitn, mill Inti-h*.'--rii-t..r i.i Un' Sl'INNBYVItLK
INr'HIMAHY, would most ■■■-.'--•■■■■tfully inform
lilri pnlii'iitrj iiiiil tliu iifllit'lcil mitiuniliy, tlmt lio
still continued to m-iit chronic-uk) -lorroun (lis-
oiinofl willi iiniiiirnllclcil micccsfl.
Z.ABIX38 ANO GENTLEMEN,
Itoiiictuliur Unit procritetlmtllnn In tlio Uiirf ot
timet no
COMB AND BB HEALED.
it licit io;' nolVhiit .vour troubles muy be, coinu
unil let thi* Uoi-tor rxiinilim yonr cimo. It will
tout yon notlilii-", for iNim-nlt-illon, sojiIciibu cnll
nml salIcfy yuur.iHvc.-i wliollittr llm Doctor niiilcr-
Hliiniln ymirciiiM. II liwcnii niroyoulio will tell
you no: if not, ha will tell you tlml, for hn will
nol iiiidortnka n citso unions lie In cotitlilont of ef-
Ibetliifc.a Qiin.
1'iiriii'.* nt ii illHt.inco ^'lulling tn-utiiiciit, by
Kcmliii}- *?2J> nml n tniiiulo lU'-jL-rl-ition of their
troubles will ivrnivo In ic-lurii u full coiilfii ot
tiviitnien! ni'i'iiri'lv in.rk.-il to nn not toovc le 011-
rioslly.
Dlt". Sl'lSKBY will cuiu-nnlee to lorfuit KIvu
llnmlreil Dolliirs (or every cuso of nny kind or
rlmi;i<'l'-r which lie ninlerlnlif-K nnd fulls to curi>.
I', a.—I'm* iIIm-iisim of short stmiillnit, 11 full
I'luir---- nf iiic.lu'lin^, Miiliiii-ii! for n niio, with
nll I nnt ruction a, will ho sent to nn.v iiililros-* on
roa-ijitofSlO.
Cnll or AililroM
Dr. KPIKNKY & CO.,
9 28.1y      No. 11 Ki;«nii'y.nl,,Smi 1;iiiiiicI-ico,Cii1.
E^H	
follioB.nnd exocEapa In malurcr yenrs,
DIE, MINTIK will fljiree to forfeit
FIVC IhUKlrtMl Dnllltrs for a case ol
this kind Hie Vital lli'storntlrc (under
li;.: Bpeoinl ndylec nnd ircntincnt) will nol
cure or (nr nnyllilrp Impure or injurious
foum: : it. Dlt. MINTIK 'r^nls all Dis-
easc-6 liibcossfully wlilioilt mercury.
Conikllatlon free.   ThorougiiiMaml-
nntiou anil nilvice, $5*110. Ptico of Vltnl
HcStOrath'tS $8-00 n liottlr, or Tour
tiini's ilie ipianlily, SlO'00; Font to any
nililrcfs ujion receipt of prica, orO O, D.,
secure frum nhs<'rrniion,unil iu private
name il desired, liy A. K. MINTIK,
M. IK
Those who cannot visit DK. MINTIK
in .Sun FruncUco sliouhl snid a full and
minute EMinncnt ul (heir troubles wiih
$25-00, und in nturn a full course of
Medicine will ho /orwarded, securely
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for mcdlblno 0, O. P. nnist
he nccompniiicd with $1.00 (as a guarantee of ifood fnith), which will be deducted when the |utckngo Is shipped.
•SAMPLE BOTTLE FRRR.-Seni on
n]tplication >>y letter si-Uing symptoms,
sex and age. Cnmmiinicntiotis strictly
confidential. jny3l-ly
II lirarmw siriTl. Hun rniinl-.ni, Cnl.
400 tioary Street,
Kan Frniirinc'M'al
COXTINUKS TO TIIKAT 111c-
COBimlly by Uoniei-nutliy
-J every form of 8111-ciiil or Chronic
U DltotllO wltliDUl Mi'iiiirv'ir Nmi-
LiJ ■ - Dmpi.   DK, i,ii:iiurs
££ INVKIimATOlt iHii'iniiHivoniiil
f~i in'iiiinni'iit euro for Samlnnt
__[ W -ikiir-ji, Xervimn uml l'hynieiil
r~ Debillly,  l.o.i   Mimli.Hul,  Vltnl
CO fttllllUltlt Hid nll  Ilo- Irnil.lo
) ui ri'-nillsornliimnl mituio, exceim-
3 |C- i-*- nml   yoiillifnl  follio-i.     Tlm
■M- DiH-lorwill flitreu in writiiijr to
(orrult $1,000 for 11 nmi! thnt
1 cure.
DR. LIEBIG,
illw
ilmil W.mIiii.
■n.ij;
VQ VlllOltATii
■o;	
illeil l'10-.ln.
ciiiiiiih n M.i-.iiii
i.ii.mn,u   IN-
•io, '2, Is 11 S|iu-
l*l'll!.t Ull H'l'lll'll ,
_ I'rli'o of i<|iiii,r tnvlftornlor, U
O |ierhiillle,or<lboltleK-fIO. Hunt
TT to nny iuMi-wh securely cnvurr-l
,_- rroiiiiih.ierviillou. tSemltmlWi'iik-
mm iichs mid I'roMiilorrlieiKlrnln vi-
*»*J Inllly fii'iii tlm body mul cuiioo
Siiooo'ioii- illnuimo-i Unit luifllo
oiillnnry inedlcnl Ireiitinoiit, It
nlbiwi'il to cmitliiitD,t1iii unniitu-
ml Ions iiilirts Uu- vitnl ori-iiu*-,
whirl] i'niiso.4iluitrtiyiti)*dlHPiiNi'Hi
Onniumptloiii MnlxttcN, llrlf-lit-n lllstiii-m, Jiiiin-
illt'c,lnKniiilv,''lc. Hxri'Mi!.-!, Niiii-uhu, Abinm.lll-
hurlti'it Weiilimss, MiiluiHridoii, Suiiuil ntid Culu-
brnl OOtnplallll* brill'- on lhe ntiOVU futnl dlsenseii.
Di'hillty nml t-einlmil Weiilinrss ohhtriict Urn llu-
liiirtnut unit necewm-y nctu of life nml their enjoy,
iiit-uls.   Cures Oiinnuitfio.   Dlirnrioi nt thutluiil-
t'i-I'll miry Orp Kidney, l.lver nml llliutdcrn
n|ieclnlly. Tin- many-•iini|i!iiliit« mid dioensesof
wonii'ii uneeililycuieili I'moniltiitioii nt ofllcc or tiy
tetter, frni mid tiniiHil«ntlnl. 11. -|>-.n-lld" imrtli-n
<rin ni"in(-,j 1 1}in,jiiH li> tbo l.iliiu liiniiliii •<! Ibey
would eniidoy their (lunily pliyi-k'liui. Strlitost
ri-vrery iiiiiliitnlui'il.
ONB   HOTTI.K    VHBE.
ll.-j-tiliii' SlKf Itnlllr or vIMim' Iiivl-fornlor Hint
Vrt'ti to show tlm wiindi-inU  liroiiertles nf  llm
tlrcitest Invij-orutor Known tn MihIci'Ii Si li'iltlstH,
Pltito Bvnihtoiiiw, nj-i", if uinrriiil, Ac.
('iillormldriNs Dlt. 1.IKI1K1 k CO., Nu. 400
(li'ury Biniot, corner Slnsou, Hmi Frnnclhco, Out.
1'riv.iln I'lilllilice, -Uh'i Miimoii Sheet.
QllALIKIRTI   ANN   III Sl'oMSIIit.K.—DH.    MKIlffl   ft
co. Organliatl in oomjillsntM witli Cnliriimln Imv.
DI}doiiiii |irocni'ed liy re^tilnr eolle-*n tnlticntlutt.
17 .Vi-nrs s*iee|nl l unci ice, mid duly licenni'il 111 sc-
rordnucu with Culirornln Medicnl Liim-. tloS
NOTICE.
DURINO  MY TKMl'OItAllY AB-
sence from tho City, Mr. A. J,
'I'm.mm; will iiinnagc tho hiidiucss of tho
Ilolhrook llousoi and 1 hereby give notice that I will he rcHpoiiniblu for no
debts contracted without Ills written
ordur.
J. W. HKNNE6SY.
Now West., Jan. 2, 1B83. jy3

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